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 27, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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:: not .>. ,', '" bud collection various articles, brought A ;'
'';, \ ODo the D&-BEB' 111. iir >back,:.from, America by Emin Effendi *
of fI7, ; on the ; .
4; ripciittonrotcct '-- occasion of hUlnte voyage to theUcited States," __ ,..
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treaty oblige I : and consisting about two hundred volumei* "
were" U.1IpJT", C1dIa. of:historical <
t, *rsnrf'S in the world *mJ icfentiilc'_ works; ontf-butt.. :
the ; : most decided and -
emphatio .
fe'U 'portion of .
T c. aaJfijrnrantime. ana other charts Y
1etO I1 -
fins of : : of slavery; the President's Message Is that In ;
fAa which hecensures some modelsof '
cannon tans
: \triagtl
fraiaBd cunning des .so strongly tbose..wno were engaged Pets and pistols/all fit for Ian* :
or sea service"j
cbiraeter! ,
and rap
site ; in the_ Cuban movement. The .
ttoacat the <<: amid Creoles: who a complete collection of nautical 'sad make;;r
dl l1. cow banished from: their:native isle on account of
Meld be matical,Instruments;together with models of..,
.secor lingly faith-there their p .1it, sentiments, came,t o this nationof ships, machines,,&c.. His Imperial Majesty :'
:. Btt'Jer, Brevf n. who is the freemen: and'.republicans,. expecting to begreeted i- .
..' of the ,amined with much attention the beauty and &
rjMUund < : people, and with sympathy ,and, kindness.,-the finish it this collection tote 'riagly
Brit Ji. appeared exceed*
54T. Brevet and the name President charges with abusing the .
yam on the hospitality well satisfied with them. -

h the '\" name.known f"'" of the.Republic, by-seeking.to obtain 'v1 |he, .fAll.these objects'sre 'made to 'p..itectlO2l .:
tI. M.jor General al means of freeing their country....AD d been f ,
s.l: : / ate, and it could not be'otherwise; .font ,wilf,be .
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jljjorGenenl -
are other to
I.n among expedients raise the m ana to remembered that President'Finmore
, ml Harney '\ gave an
I. tiritj in : accomplish thisi laudable end, they employedthe order, thrt'when Emm Effendi visited the arsenals .a

/ aims, and: the : : at- very usual device, in ,all revolutionary and other establishments of the United
already : during the movements, of issuing bonds to be
4 paid out of Stales, nel7thing-shoQd beplaced at theOis- '

With the tribes or ridiculed, the future revenues of the revolutionary government posal of this onng'oBieer which he should

ts insolent, and of ,of each, the ,'in cas .of its success, the:President .point out as being serviceable the mission -

d c that route to revolution has thought to ascribe to those engaged that with which he was'charged.17 _

))tt nia the but inca- proceeding, 'cupidity, andselfishand The-Journal de Constantinople ,also speaksof

7. tier.tablish The a chain fifth !: men who dishonorable pretexts.%.Afterindolgingin this Amin Bey's 'visit 'the United States In' ;

:. high up the a success unworthy and'unjust. emathe. President terms Very complimentary to Government,

orJered. farther ( ed in its' proceeds,with dulcet words and most courteous and peoplean account of which, obligingly" -

schiin of as could phrase to' inform :Congressthat Kossuth has furnished by the same friend, we shall endear

'known as of" ) of.the two, been brought to this eo'ODtl'11n one of onr: naval or to present to our readers hereafter.Wash*
'I jf-nent: in a prison vessels and under the
l ed hy the fifth. direction of the Executive ixtoa.Repitie.
,( In New ) Mitchell ; and that the task of entertaining and

depredations : ; we would honoring him, Is referred to the National Leg- From the Wtxford Independent

1g ry posts with amongst islature. And yet, this same Louis Kossuth A Letter .Worth Jleailin*.

k I Brevet! Colonel in the fu- gained inch honors-such We will back the following piece of conposl-
1. I command: of th worldwide. fame,-
I SaattFe in July forever. such undying renown, by doing precisely a what : Ion against any thing ever produced It was..

more j: as great and. President Fillmore denounces so savagely : written half a century ago by Sir Boyle Roche, .

posts, after : so much, the, Cuban patriots. For what Kossuth but a number of the Irish Parliament,in the "trou
a t.dost the ) bled times of'98 when
p thoughts; an unsuccessful rebel a'blDdful-otWexfo
the result of bis I ,-a glorious and noble
i Experience: is none more one, it is true,-but still a rebel,-a defeated, men struck terror into the hearts of many: gallant : .

: H" proscribed and sons of Mars, as well .s the worthy.writer ,
t .slto protect exile rebel? A rebel, too, .
a the lid t ns by : of a man, or against a nation with which we are at peace,- himself It was addressed to a friend in London
For this
force. : but a strong! whose Minister resides :
in the
in Texas : very shadow of "
their passions, and the Presidential mansion. My.Dear Sir-Having now little peace and .
remove quiftress, I sat down to inform ;you ot the -
vied! strou; I I ", would be a In what respect does Kossuth's position differ dreaJfol bottle and con fusion we n re all in from

their plans will. : in politics, from'Lopez's ? Both gave strong proofs of these blood-thirsty rebels, most of whozhare .

taI the Indians observe th" mi from their sincerity and 'honesty the latter gave (thank God!) killed and dispersed, We are ia, <
of cant. the apref mess, can get nothing to cat, nor wine
I The United strongest proofs: as he sacrificed
not only -
to drink except whiskey; and when' :we sit
5, 1 to their fullest one; he en fortune, rank and position, but his life. The down to dinner we are obliged to keep bo h
g ttwurJs Mexico. of Irish object of both hands'armed. Whilst writa this I hold \
. was: equally noble,-it was to.relieve a
that the eutire sword in each band an-1 in tee
: excrement an oppressed people, to overturn a pistol otbar. ,
defeu'liug her despotism I concluded from the beginning that this
f The lanjrunge of : : pleasantly: ; they pursued that object 'by the same '
would be the end of it, end I see I was right, '
itand if it did ) And how he means, by'open,bo1d warfare'botb sought for for it Is !sot half over yet. At present there.

Lilit!. The Un \ rotten- sign aid, by.which all revolutions have been are such a going on .that 'every' thing is at a ._" .'
station troops 'W't' are inter accomplished. In the stand still ,should have answered your let.
,. tun: do i ii to Hungarian army there I ter a fortnight ago but I did not,receive it until
, thssti-e the not we. were thousands of P>nl"+ .From that warlikerice I this morning. Indeed scarcely a mail are

lfrani compel. : : Mitchell, the principal officers and commanders 'I rives safe without bring robbed. No longer ,

Uextan : Through were chosen. Bern, the intrepid, Dembinsky, ago than yesterday, the coach with.tie mail "
Sf guard the dash to the prudent, and ether distinguished leaders from Dublin was robbed near *bts towns the.
carefully ns we bags had been judicio ly left behind for fear _
must be ( his friend, were Pol es. And yet Hungary is a large country of accidert and': by good luck then were nobody

if'r own part. And when ,-nearly as large as Austins, and having in 1* but two outside passengers, who hid -
The number nothing for the thieves to take.
j he took within herself an abundance of men_and! means
. cf oar troops, ; last Thursday notice was (given that a gangof
. heart, and in i to achieve her independence, without foreign '
tcter of the rebels was advancing! here under the French
tends to drive t1 : immemorial or "filibuster" aid. But poor Cub presented standard,but they had no colors nor any drama

der into that of memory of the pitiable spectacle of a race,inhabiting except bflgpp? Immediately every man in

of the Federal bis.exam of the choicest spots on the earth, and meriting the place, including women and children, ran
on tbeirdtpl't'< out .o meet them. We soon found our force
snoring out freedom and
The State of : republican insti&utiongrouud much too little ; we were' too near to think of!
the most-to of CL-rist I to the dust by the minions of a foreign and retreating' Death Vas in every fee; hat to it >-

would be I that I. remote tyranny. Here is a race appealing in we went, and by the time half of cur little party

, 'a rnble. A : Ben by ha the strongest terms, to all manly hearts, for .were killed, we began to be all alive again.
lished at the : Fortunately the rebels had: no gnus, except
lorado, and tbe : nature, aid and sympathy,and yet we.are told that It pistols and pikes, and m.we had plenty cf mus-
ther higher up amongst : is disgraceful to extend to them such aid.-and kets and ammunition! wcvoon pet them nil.to
by the principle of those who have made the noblest sacrifices in the .,,"Ort1. Not n soul of them escaped,except-'

The .Ji'prPd ., who were that cause, instead of meeting the commiseration those who were, drowned in an adjacent bog;
elneflr the and in a very short time nothing was tobe
by :
mist.not care and and applause all men, are singled out heard but silence. Their uniforms were all x

dians that: infest his God for denunciation by our President, the proud different colors but mostly green. After the

reside within God was host of the Unfortunate: rebel.f Hungary. action we went to rummage a sort of camp,
::which they ba'1 left behind them. All we foun.i
taeir habitual There is a a palpable glaring Inconsistency
ilexico. was a few pikes without heads and parcel of
There is bear in this matter, which must painfully empty bottles full of water. and a handle,of
lieve that re prayer; and forcibly strike all who rend the President'smessage. French commissions filled'with Irish u'\mis.-
keen grossly many X:1 We regret to be forced to the conclusion Troops are cow stationed all around the coun .;... ., e
try,which exactly square with my, >sI._
r. Ireland that but .
" entirely that nothing that violent sectionalism have only time ta add that I am in great baste.

dtizens ernment of was that which appears to possess all Northern 'P. S.'-: If yon do not receive this of course it

depredations in Ireland, brethren,-nothing but the all-pervading free- must have miscarried; therefore, I beg.yoat0write .

tales to be band, soilinn- which disturbs the harmony and good and let m e know.. r

in fictitious! last, hating feeling of Unioncan: produce such striking
The Indians will not hear 'inconsistency as is.'manifested in the variant The Conner de la Gironde States that a iTil'eDcinc.er

I peaceable their impious and contradictory conclusions from the samepremises at Bordeaux, named >Vignernon: "
recently to the the ruin ,-:these opposite views of the same has discovered the perpetual motion. His theory 4 -
tility '
there is region class of facts., :;JV. O. Delta. is'said to be to find in a mass of water, at -

such A eonrs L.la Monte, Countess .1 LaadsfrUt. rest, and contained within a certain space, a }
I pie. Treaties : : continual force able to replace all other moving
I This female, ,who is now in,,New York, sir-
these tribes, it ..: the above journal declares that'
e4 te I on oor\art.
this ? the editor of the Tribune,that many bad things this has been frtcte.J'and that the'machine.

outbreaks. misconduct had been said of her by tho American press, invented by M.da -Yignemon works !Admira.;

mends the rigid: course taken jetsherii-not the woman she is,.represented to bly. Arnold l of the machine was to be exposed -

stricting amt bmeDt abandoning be; i\f< she were, her admirers, she believes,, tcovldbe at Bordeaux for three days, previous to ,
sufficiency i the inventor's aepattnre.with it for London. ,
still ftJI7&e1f1USbe
The & statement'.of more was very lively _,
would not be : during the whole passage from' Liverpool, and KewnUt aAd ttte Papbu ; ti "

altogether fur St. Joseph's does not .appear ,to be very favorable to,Koesntb It is an undoubted and nnplearaot fact that "' '
in Chief
that region. whom she thinks an austere and distantman. the more bigoted section of the Roman Catholics .:.:; a;, -
there now is State (Mr. '
-that which is under the political-as well
six men and Lola,the Tribune adds, is not a mascu-
; the
) following as religious direction of prtestbood s
presented the line woman, but; rather slim.in her structure; taken; and is taking, a very active part &plndXnesttth.

the force; and ( ) she has a face of great beauty, and a, pair: of The efforts of tbe sacerdotal party
present for the in, full Tope black Spanish eye, which flash fire when she in Ireland to get up a cry against him ,have .
the demand. as many'u been prodigious. That their efforts have failed
called ; is speaking,and make her,'with sparkling "
to the
streets 'a few in England as well as' Ireland, we need.no
in-Chief in carnage. wit of her conversation, a great favorite in better proof than the(large and enthusiastic

ry force. O I company. ,She, has black hair, which curtain crowds of Irish who joined their brother Englishmen

The entire ; at her bo-> I ringlets h1.the side:of her face, and her nose at Manchester in welcome of the great
rolls of whether the
amount one Magyai. We shall see priestly
the usual equal :num is of a pure. Grecian cast, while her' cheekbones efforts will meet,with more success in America

forte of not ; two da l1a- are high' and give a Moorish appearance whither Kaasuth is about to sail,and wherehe
considered the ; to ber face., She expresses .1aene1t.uleurnt has been preceded by>active enemies, who -
force is \ : wives as he circulated myriad
have ef'ealmmuiesagsiasChim
that she will not be ,propeily considered in
tnwwnd miles 'women have ; and represented him II fAt first champion -
hf apparent. : 'The New.York, but hoper that. a.discriminatingpublic .. of that great liberal league, which! it seems Ii is
?ae :"'thekonwof..,,,. :will judge of her after having seen her, menacing.the popedonv--Loud?9 N!frs.. ',
Upecse' of'sup and not before .1It.,is denied that she has taken ; .
*> *l that pr DC1;; the tier; at the Ne r-York' Hotel, as. :A CowsiTHcaATTt 'MuiisTrav' very doll ;
= apartments >
He whose delivery was monotonous and
yM 1a lsthe ; also by.. clergyman
*J ear'' newly : ;: : ; provlouslTannounced. Jagent, applied at uninteresting his hearers, pnttiag'_many.'of : -

JfMed the Astor.the New York, and the; Irving,, but .: the.old)folks .nileep-said, to.:the" boys.. who '
*** roar ;: in a card: that they wes aU.too (ul1 to accommodate bar.:.-Ili. were playing in the gallery, "DcuA mat _10 -,-/:

Texas, ? them to*qJh ia said that she found lodgment. at last at the. aw*jif ethert{yon wjO awake you pareatt .. ., '
fiet carefaU : ; r1l1 H G" 3' yI oterde Parish Broa4n1.'f ,; : belewo ...'

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hands of the'A eriean Q'oyemmait and .the resented. of '1 ami American. cUlleD establish gyjfl15flt1bUOd 1.,
Appeal of JSfr.Thrasfcer.A Theory republican gflftflflttoS suited to tlleir'condltlonand In the.United States.Senate cm .
r :. American people that,liberty of which I am In- ," unlike the,old..Boaan exclamation, instead capabUiTtiSS-, ,PoliticAl liberty it not a toy terrf brief debate the Tuesday.*..

," a I.f A Dcxsrot or TaE PCSTA' Oxsttt") ,: Iquilously dtpri,. All the horrors of the of being a protection' ,It.fu t:becoming: It la the'mo.ioui of G.od'. bit slngs.- resolotion" '1'
r Havana, Nov. 21,1851. J ; religion-aU that enoblum Mr.ShIeldsWisdopted. and acomi&
Spanish galleys are before me and ,only Invitation to VIrtue morality ,
,: my oppression 0
; To the Government United States of fostered b1.itl'genla! slating of three Senators ,
I' of the ) and promoted ,
D-i.; wasA l ;;
and hopes are In the sympathies of my countrymen; We are nofi,, ,1J In our foreign relations!, Honest and fair commerce under CD GOT. Koauton' his sppeki.fltwatt &
: America to fellow-countrymen, an In4uence. arrival
American citizen, toy deprived of liberty and'de- and the prompt action of our National Govern- at all events;i bu't'we', are clearly of'opinion, the auspices ot, lt&farorlte principle of, me ington,'and Invite him to the Senate II-f.;

.- mente thai Inasmuch 'as the President has failed In trade to the enterprising merchant and CbsaWi
! nied justice respectfully begs leave:to yields ,A bill to establish a Mint in '
layjfe- J. S. THRASHER.THE ., his duty. Congress should take the case in hardy mariner, 'an honorable reward-and I CaUtori & ae"
i I fore you the following facts snd appeal: : through theta the Industrious titter of the soil L then taken up and passed. -
hand and of the Government_
r Upon landing from the steamer Georgia. on Spanish ; tAbors not in vain. \Ve'r cognize in you, Coy. In the Senate on,Wednesday a
NEW'S.JA.CKsONYLIlE: the immediate release of Mr. Thrasher, with i advocate of these JDe..i ....
; [! the 16th of October lust, 1 was suddenlymnd ernor K08sath, the foremost received from the President.of
j without previous accusation arrested and.taken reparation for all damages sustained ,by him, great doctrines in the old world. As snch,'We Sttes In tht VD tea "
repto a resolution
- and the dismissal of, the"officers, in Cuba concerned han)'ou i,and bid you''Welcome, thrice welcome: of the jt t
to the office
of the
police. searching t90urcoun&ry' We say to yoU; that calling for the information in the *
in the And in case these reasonable V
my person, and that of a gentleman who accompanied outrage. selves we are ready to extend to the President concerning the arrest

i me,no papers nor letters of any kind demands should refused, then Congress cur active, material, operative and practled prisonmentby the authorities or aud.iaj.

, were found upon either of us. We were then should follow ,the example: of'1812, and aid, under the sanction of the 'laws of our the ItTatf ef;
. Cuba of Mr..101I.S. Thrasher
who tremble at the which
taken: the declare war against Spain., country. If there are any *,,".
to hotel where I boarded

accompanied snarl of the ferred to the committee
growl of ths Russian bear, or the on foreign rt1at
i S by the Chief Of police wbv demanded to ) FLA.? TIlE COMPTROLLER'S AND TREASURER'SREPORTS. Austrian wolf, we are not amongst. them1 and ordered to be printed ota;'.
be shown my room. On ascertaining that I Great Britain can be relied on-if France can
) Also
; had no room there, we were taken to my residence Saturday* December 27, 1851. The Floridian & Journal of the 20th inst: be safely looked to; we do not hesitate to say a*' message from llae-same In reply fo-
that in favor of the voice of R.pubUcan Mr.; Cass resolutions calling for Informal
we are
I a'respecting
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and all seized. I
my papers The gentleman contains the Report of the Comptroller: and? America being heard announcing to the( world the firing into and seizure

I who was with me was then put at liberty. AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. Treasurer of oar State, of the condition of the (joined with the voices of Britain and France, American ship Prometheus the of tit,

I Myself and all my books and papers ware taken MAj.ions BEAKD, Tallahassee, Fto. revenue of the State for the year'1851, as required if they will, an! without them. If they will by British te*:
of the
t sel
war on Mosquito
: to the residence of one of the police commissaries J. G. RcAaooK, Esq;, Ocala Fla. by law. not,) that In such a cause as that of HongarrzIt coast.

, J where four days were occupied by JOB DASLISG, Esq., 'Tampa, Fla. Comptroller's Report shows that the nett despotisms combine to oppress, the and UnitedStates The'President sends in the complaint and
of America will act as France, Holland and states, that upon its receipt InrtructicaJ"
L two Government interpreters in reading my Gen. S. Rossrix,'Newnansville, Fla.' revenue from all sources, except from fines, and Snaiu did.three.fourtbsOf5_ centur '

;.1 J' letters. On the 2Jst October I was thrown In. B.,Faxsiir, Esq., Carey's Ferry, Fla. &0., for the year is $61,351: 65.: The Treasn. ego/with respect tons' and with less mnierL" were immediately sent to the American Mn! ?..'

10 a uuugeou 01 the ciijr prison, and mi euuixnunication GEO. CrwTEB, :Esq., St.Augustine, Fla. reT, in his Report, says:-The above Exhibit motives. These are the sentiments of the individuals terin London,'and that no reply bad yet Iwa 1

/'" with my friends strictry prohibited. Judge A. STEW., Cedar Keys,Fla. shews the receipt from the ordinary sources or; who now address you. We will not received. He declines communicating theM ]1
falterin efforts to redeem the
our implied instructions this time
On the 25th I was removed to my present S. Guvsxr, Esq., Pilatka, Fla. Revenue for the past fiscal year, to have been pledge given by ,your invitation hither, that reasons of pllbllt I

. dungeon, and_ the fiscal of the military tribunal C. P. COOPER, Esq., Savannah, Ga. $57,141 10-to which is to be added receipts this countrY is willing to extend to Hungary policy,bu t they will be sent in as nth'

1 made his appearanc., and began a judicial from 'lands bought in for taxes and redeemed,' more than barren sympathy. We believethese public interests will permit. He sends to tit 1

i ., examination. On the 26th this was continued, I MR. MALLORY'S STATEMENT. $274 03-for 'room rent In basement of Capitol snntiments will be endorsed by a vast majority Senate the instructions sent to Cbmmodon' t I

! and then I saw no one till the 4th inst., when We have received a pamphlet from Senator : ,' $5 00 amount refunded ContingentFund any of the craven people fear of this war confederacy being visited,;and upon without us as Parker, desiring him to leave for that cowLv 4

I the testimony was proceeded with, and on the Mallory, containing his Statement in reply to I for advances to R. A. Shine, Quarter- a punishment for our audacity. Let' the rulers and protect American vessels nut interests-, 1

,I, 6th I was again questioned, and finally informed the argument of the Hon.P. L. Yulee, claiming Master General, to defray expenses of Volunteers of Great Britain and France venture to refuse there. Ordered to be printed. 1

f '. ed that I was accused of treason. At the same his seat in the Senate of the United States. It $1,584 :51.: principal, $142 61, interest such proposition if they dare. The people Mr.Walker introduced a resolution directing *',
the of
those countries
intelligent masses
I.; time I was required to select one from a list of was received too late ia appear in our paper -balance on hand from last fiscal as will an inquiry by the Committee on Foreign
year per correct them, and impel them to proper 1t
: officers that was presented to me, who should of this week, but will be published entire in Report, $1,881 81, and' 123:00000 borrowed courses. Agitation, outbreak, and revolution, Relations into the expediency of an. open' declaration -

; conduct my defence. Not knowing any of our next issue. W have not yet had time to from the School Fund, under Act approved i probably would result in the old world from by Congress to foreign natiwaijud I

them I chose at random, supposing he would read the Statemenf, but feel assured, from the 24th January last-making the gross sum of the refusal of the governments named to unite the world,that the United States hold strictly ..IJ,)
j with and the bold and decisive action
l consult with and with advisers well known of Mr. us ; of to the policy and principle thAt'ench t
me my legal as ability Mallory, that he has mtlonfoi
06 the
$86,029 to give available means of the this Government by itself, and alone, would be 11
I is usual in each cases, in regard to my defence. done full justice to his side of the controversy. State for that year. Owing to the very limited I sufficient. We should not encounter any the sole right to manage and settle its ova affairs P

! On the 7th.inst., I was for the first time allow receipts, under the head Revenue 1. included harm or peril that could create cause for us to without any interference by foreign po*. 1 1:

, ed to friends LAND SALES. i Inment the ultimate triumphant establishment ers that such .interference }-
see my and to consult with ; is an infraction
I ._ in this statement, caused by the fret that of the crejit ,
of free constitutional
I them as to the bt'st course to porsue. I con.'f We call attention to the advertisement, on the Revenue nrincinlea the law nations authorizing interpo&itiot
are allowed till the 4th government that must ensue iou to'
as sure ns
. -
II ferred with onr Consul and ho passed several another page, of the sale of the Internal Improvement prevent such infractions. Also the
'f t Monday in November to make. their settlementswith directs the destinies of nations nnd of men. expediency 5f

, communications in my behalf to the Govern lands belonging to the State. Of the Comptroller when the fiscal year closes (Signed in behalfof sundry citizens or Florida.) of requesting the President to cause negotiations

10 dent here, all of which have been utterly disregarded these lands the Tallahassee Sentinel says- The the JOHN C. CALHOUN. of Flo. to be opened with ill constitutional :I
on 31st October, the disbursementshave JNO. H. Is!. MADISON of Flo. pov. J
}: and not replied to. On the llth I largest and most important sale of selected exceeded the receipts by f2,248 68; ers to obtain their co-operation in defendicj f

: was informed that I to be lands in Florida is KOSSUTH'S SEPLT. and "
was brought up the ever proposed whereas, if the close of the fiscal year had been maintaining that principle. Laid: over *" t

, .I next day for sentence. I immediately wrote the Sentinel of to-day. These lands comprise fixed at the same: period with that named for M. Kossuth observed with much feeling-"It In"the House Mr. Allen of Mass introda. t

to my nominal defender to come at once to some 300,000 of the OOOOO, acres grantedto the final settlements of the officers a very considerable is unnecessary for me to respond to this address Ced a resolution, that the Committee on tie C

f consult with me and to bring with him the proceedings the State for Internal Improvements, and surplus would have appeared: to the for it shows that you already clearlyand Judiciary be ins'ructed to report by bill or.

I S which are in writing. He replied constitute all which have been thus far selected credit of the State. The great bulk of the receipts fully understand the principles and views otherwise, on the expediency of amending the
verbally that he would come in the afternoon. and approved under the provisions of are during the week or ten days which I seek to maintain and advance to the constitution If that is necessary: so as to zu- (

f He did not come; and extended at once a protest this grant. A large portion of them were selected ding the 4th Monday in November, and consequently prece-- American people. Accept my thanks for it,I thorize the election of Postmasters; whichlits (

against the proceedings, alleging that II immediately after the United States surveys and may God bless you in your efforts to assist over under the rule, which prevents aciionoa
a Report up to the 31st of October as ,
1 had not been heard, and that neither myself had been completed, and before the lands at present required, conveys an.erroneousldl'a, the cause suffering nations and the cause of the day motion is i made. rd I

nor my legal advisers had been consulted torn were in market,and the general character of I of the financial condition of the State. To constitutional freedom throughout the world." *. A Bill was: introduced to regulate pisaragfr b

r., proper defence I sent this to the president of all is supposed to be far above average. Ranging avoid issuing Treasury Certificates for a few ships'; also, joint resolution for granting 160 I t

the military commission that night, who refused from Latitude 27 to 31, they are susceptible days, to meet this Email excess, I have thought 11NIOSIS3I. acres of land to those Hungarians who bate

to receive it, saying that it could only be of a great variety production and offer We been here ttl
it best to advance from other funds in the publish the following editorial and letter I brought by Government. tlo
admitted by the Captain General. The Amer. a wide range choice to all who contemplate I
may together as intimate relation
Treasury belonging to School, Seminary and having an to
can Consul, Mr. Owen, as soon as informed of embarking. in agricultural pursuits in Internal Improvement Funds which was re. each other, and pointed bearing upon the subject Letter from l\Jrs. Tbrnsber. 0I
this, proceeded to the Florida. ,
palace and protested placed early in the month of November out of of the formation aid keeping alive a Union HAVANA, Nov.23, 1Si.

against sentence being pronounced, as I had the present rreeints. party at this time. The first is from the Florence To His Excellency Mi1ird Fillmore,
not been heard in defence. ST.ETCH .H IftSTITVTV : Presvdmt of the United 0
In the Slates
: :
morning- \ e have received a catalogue of tho ("Trus Common School Fund. (Alabama) Gazette, one of the Compromise u
nominal Honored
my defender came 10 my prison to inform tees Board The receipts on account of this Fund for the organs in the recent contest in Alabama and Sir-The undersigned, mother of. P
of Instruction
and Mr.
Students" John S.
mc that he I. .\ been allowed the of : Thrasher, begs leave to call cur:
by court J
only twenty-four hours to this Institution, and it gives us pleasure to past fiscal year, amount to $18,499 52, of which the letter is from Col. Joseph W. Jackson the attention to the following facts respecting her. "

prepare my defence; SI%,344 00 have been turned Southern Rights Representative to son. I would, in the first
that he had been occupied till that mo&ien't find it iiusnch a highly prosperous condition over to this office Congress place It\te that e

the proceedings, which are volnmin-examining The number of male students is 80, and of females by the Register of Public Lands-$1,051 from the seaboard district of Georgia. If the of was his born parents in Portland, and is, Maine therefore the native American place
ous, and that: within an hour he must return 82. This is a fine exhibit for an Institution 84 are for interest on loans to the State and Democrats of Georgia and Alabama can so sensibly citizen. On the 19th of October while in the

them to the fiscal. On the 12th I was taken be which has been In existence only four the county ofGadsden, up to 20th July last, heal their recent divisions, how much usual pursuit of his business, he was arrested

5- fore a conrt-martail, comprised of a Brigadier or five years. It is located near Thomasville, aud $5,103 68 are for sales of lands since the more easily should the Democrats of Florida, and detained by the police, his property and

General and six officers of the army. The testimony in Georgia, with the Re,. Peyton P. Smith at passage. of the act requiring all payments for (who have never been divided in organization) was papers placed seized in and solitary on the confinement 21st of said month lie
in the
anil proceedings were read before I was: the head of the Board of Trustees, and is under State lands to be made at this Office-(of this unite upon their old principles and party.- prison, and on the 24th in a dungeon at city the

brought into court, which is to law the auspices of the Florida Conference of last sum, $796 18 are in bonds. This sum added A Word to Union Democrat Punta Castle; and during all this time, until

and custom; and when brought contrary in I the Methodist Episcopal: Church South. to the amount in the Treasury as per last Wo hope those Union Democrats with whom .the 7th inst, I was not permitted to see him.

what I had to was asked Report, vz: 31,026 74, will give the same we co-operated list simmer in the great strug- On the 7th he was allowed to see Lis friends
to the
I say charges ngainst me- CASE OF MR THRASHER. $49,526 26,'as belonging to this Fund. Loans gle that was then going on, will watch with circumspection he two hours in each day, when, to my surprise,
replied that I had not been furnithed with a the progress of affairs. was not able fo inform me of tho cause of

copy of the charges-that I had no access to We publish to-day the appeals of Mr.Thrasher to the amount of $30,000 00, bearing 6 percent the late canvass, we claimed to be the old During pan- his arrest and imprisonment. On the 11th ie c.

the proceedings and and his mother to tho American Government interest per annum, have been made by ncl Jackson democracy, and it behooves us now was informed that on the following day It
testimony that
nal defender had my nomi for its interposition In his behalf with the the officers having control of this Fund, which to ace in such a manner AS not to compromise would be brought up for sentence. On the
consulted with me, Spanish: Government. They disclose in leaves a balance in the of our political integrity. We see that an effort is I2tlra court martial assembled, consisting of
Treasury $!O
our 26
nor with my counsel, and th&t I now ask that I' i being made, by some of our union friends to seven military officers one of them being tie
opinion of the in cash and
my protest and petition for stay of pro seed ings : one greatest outrages that has bonds. organize a regular Union party.: This is all President, before whonrthe fiscal, (prosecuting

should be admitted. I was told ever been perpetrated upon an American citizen Seminary Fund. fudge. There never will be but two great: po. attorney, read the several charges: against Ieof
by the president since the establishment of AU the utica pal ties in this As him,and without evidence. He
of the court that it should be our Government, receipts on account of this Fund, country. long as there not beimgpflS
considered and should be regarded it have been for lands was any necessity for it, we maintained that ent, but under a guard soldiers in another
as cold
I remanded WAS no doubt intended since the i ti
was to of :
my dungeon and heard passage ; the friends of the Union part of the building did
no should act in Lot hear the charges
/G.< thing more of the proceedings until to-day to be, a direct affront to the American the Act above referred to, amounting to $3- but as the question which created a Union concert and, or know their substance. After the reading,, beS1

.4.'f when I have been formally informed that I I people. The last war with Great Britain was I i 136 97-of which $877 27 is in cash, and $2- : Disunion party, has ceased to exist, there is he was brought,before the court and asked If

have been sentenced to caused by the impressment of American seamen : 29 70 in bonds. certainly no necessity for a regularly organ. the President what he had to say for himself teCt
eight years labor in into the British ized Union party. defence. To which be replied ,hat hf had been
chains at Ceuta, in Africa with service, (who were Internal Improvement Fund. denied
a of
costs. payment of claimed as British subjects,) and were only The receipts_ for. this Fund, for the period To the Editors of the Georgian: nilAWAtl AAVa copy n _hl_ in-the- V_charge.f_tm .d..I'...n&u.._; .and;.. .. *lUll.had 1.._A. not 1.U.IIAI.I'. been 1__J

It is unnecessary for me to enlarge the treated as other British seamen were. But aoove named, are in cash 51,721 42, and in WASHINGTON CITY, Dec. C. asked time to enable him to bring j evidence to. stCl

upn this was done under the authority of the bonds 43 Gentlemen the prove his innocence of all crimes _
impropriety of bringing before a court-mar laws $2,182 -making,$3,903 85 the amountin newspapers containing or charges t -
of England for the Government much animadversion upon the gainst him. But all in vain and vari .
tial in a time of profound of that conn- hand. coarse pursued : ; after 1 1t
peace; on the injus by the late Democratic in questions were asked "
caucus him
has relation in an insulting
try never to
tice recognized the
of sentencing me without right in a sub the he
a hearing compromise measures and manner was again ltta
on sent
; ject to throw FLORIDA ADDRESS.In my own humble to his dungeon,
the utter of off his allegiance to it. nniae having been where on the
contempt international law, civil I Mr. New York prominently used in a 21st, the fiscal,accompanied
rights and treaty stipulations in trial Thrasher was seized, tried by a drum-head on the occasion of the presentation zette of this city in its strictures ; I consider ga.it by his clerk, appeared before the grating and &bgr

upon tho willful disregard in the my or: court martial, and condemned to eight Jeare'hard of Addresses to Governor Kossuth, after proper to state through your columns, by your read to him the sentence, approved by the An-::
manner of kind ditor
the of
Baltimore Address permission that I War: because
was delivered attended "the
labor in the Kos- that CAUCUS criminal had done ar
proceeding of the constitution and rules Spanish mines,' not only In solely for the nothing to
of the sath had replied, Chief Justice Le Grand purpose of aiding in the nomina disprove the accusations against
. very court which of existing treaties with tion him "and
has theofficcrs
assumed a jurisdiction our Governmerit several of the House. I desired to vote signed by the Captain-Generaiwiti-
over me without righ ,has tried me without a but even against the ,laws' of Spain, his that citizens Florida, present in for the nominations of Messrs. Boyd and For out remark. The sentence is eight years"

I' crime and has sentenced mo without only real offence being, his kind and generous city, when ur fellow citizens, Dr.John C. ney as Speaker and Clerk-two. of the most I hard labor at Cents, in Africa, with "payment
The government that has the aid t, unfortunate captives, American citizens, Calhoun (of Anzie Island; and a son of the decided I Compromise men in the Union ; not be. of costs," for the "crime if tre"loD." (' &//. cbge
and cause re
the the
power and great statesman,) and John H. Madison approve Compromise, which I wfidenciarHe) was then sent to the Mow
will which
to commit very acts won him: the oi Esq. may
these do. Castle
acts is beyond the reach applause never ) but because I believed it and two days after
Marion to be the when I called
L the civilized County, presented him the wish on reUIJ
of world.
of the the
reason and following people of Captain
Georgia that General '
my only resource is to appeal to address in they should to ask that he might nO$.
the physical power of oar own Government for The indifference displayed by'the Admini behalf of those citizens, for which be elected. I did not go to the caucus to vote be sent away while the illness of his father

... ___ __,. .. they have our hearty down resolutions prevented his
.1. ... & tratlon to his'cnae is commendation any kind and I him
.u. pro ecuon Wblch ita moral powor has not truly astonishIng; One : to support in ; am ready that he seeing I was abruptly told TlXI
place in the would
my House sail in
been abl to extend over me, and to ask from would, suppose that the pride of the 'citizen, GovKaifOR KOSSUTH:-A number of the"citl. a resolution of Representatives Spain, and he has thirty-six hours' time for,
: (let alone his duties and lena of the State of Florida whoso ty" of the expressing the 'finali- sailed this day for Cadft ia.
fellow-countrymen privilege it the
such responsibilities Compromise ship
countenance will of: has honestly Hispano Cubano
as been, whilst Tufting{ this executed I there to have bit
a the toe,) would induce the city, to witness had no objection to. the sentence ta1th
encourage Executive in the manifestation President to resent the the reception you have received have the terms or spirit of the put into execution. The andeni' zed

.. firmness, and carry appreciation of na insult with some spirit. But'no it Is noticed to us the honorable and grateful, office assigned of ex see,resolution in the Democratic offered by Mr. Polk, of Tennas- ,the most head earnestly supplicates your Excellency a*;

tional rights and national duties to the hearts. with such formal coldness, as to be rather an pressing to you in ther behalf the" feelings of vote for it. then, and meeting-was am so willing to hearken to of the the 'government of my nation, t.. ce,

.. of the unscrupulous rulers of Cuba.A invitation a repetition of the offence. Mr. you pleasure have it gives here them to unite in the welcome lieved, with a considerable ,majority now. Bull of the be- justice may be done.entreaties last of a mother, that dth
received not bu
'to; Boicmniy affirm tost I nave Fillmore aeemi determined that nn 9'lw\.,,_.. : people df this as the_..guest.. tfthe members convened, that it would be be that the rights of for mercy;
\. never had -- -- r.- republican. eonrM" .. *,t.-6_ better my son,an American citizen,'
connection with the any tion whatever shall force him Into one free ------w..J v. &"U'l..T to take no actten'upon it..& eonRUn". ........_.r__ may nA Il'OmnU.. .. .*A ._,1..1 &_ __ .. .tf thmt
parties which have invad a rupture sovereign; and independent Staks.Tbefirstoftbepolitical to the -- ----- .II:UUtlD; -- "--.II.In&: v. anCl IDat *UCJI
ed this island, and that the only grounds for: with Spain, so long as he can prevent it,and to duties of the people-of, and leaving approaching fo the organization Baltimore of,the House and Consul be sent to our Minister in' 8pai. 'h

hatred to me on the part of, the Government do so will even risk the disgrace of, his own institutions these States,from is the preservation their own expression of opinion of the National Convention the ate release and at Cadiz his as to procure his immedi
the Demo return
and Administration which he designs of the enemies of cratic Party. I do to his country. Mj tic
Spanish not
portion of the population here. no doubt regards constitutional, republican freedom. doubt thatlhe Convention many years residence here 'gives knowK.
t. that Ism : lightly, In comparison with shown You have will, almost with edge of Spanish me a ar:
re the
that unanlmity
.. % an American; lhat I refused to acquisition of you truly understand the talisman Compromise and snstain, the haste character, and the, 'indecent
5- abjure Cuba to the South, which would be that I is to keep this great present candidates for the to lent roy son arrival &II
: before
my nationality one year since when the inevitable right secure. It is Presidency ,and Vice or away the
re- the steamers
cardinal ,Presidency from
' V quired by this Government to do result of a war with Spain. principle distinct and indepen- vor the Southern in.whose, fA. tenrs'ofthe the United. State adds to my nfu
I so,or to aban. dant local people may safely
1 cast
governments their consequences
Bat by which even few hour1
don we think this each' suffrages, a
the business ease should community delay
be it ce
was raised
In can j having
engaged that goyernl.selt
.k' ; I sac.t that must be main In deference frequently occurred that oo a .
II; : ," cored, to far as I was able, those of ray,nnfortanstc i above all party or'sectional 'consWerationi..... tamed;fand then by the confederation or,union to gbe.Jo',vote to the will" of Ge I expect pardon or release being| grantfd.l& was preJS1' -
1 of during the Pmay *
Mr. time
Thrasher is such co the ,
Northern communities" Primer
4 ",.. t countrymen who were captives here man, but we feel without. to repel danger'from here, confli"Ung, 111 degreewlth remain found had died, or could L'W
; .' rt? aDd that in the court ,I had the Independent; that the stigma applies as much to a citizen of the people,Their of this duties to themselves fulfilled, prome! IILwl. 'I wish any them to be the Com. In a dungeon., and he was left to ,linger his lift
<; call Florida confederacy, to the cause served arid taithfu1l" also beg that a dill the
(they It
fPirjt audacity as Maine or New theIr merits epy
rely Hampshire and ofsel-governrnent fully proceedings.
:'" upon my their tested and which 0'B
; were
Innocence citizen denied
\ no
f and qrnpathyjthelrmoral will to son,
r ... my rights as an .the danger aid rejoice more than bo my
American dUe equally great: to andaiso their ACUTe myselflfahl may denwnded-and
& : who tbe'good
.... leD every man | mat WA4MJM and'o fra., shall result from has should,It prove that be-
""'!!it J' :- ;; Jr..las been ....ltd jaalJce holl' should have the temerity to leave oar shorn, If cial live to and practical aid,so far as may be benefi f GcOrglaanticlpate. them which. the people. been most unjustly dealt with (as:I finalbelieve / 'Ub
uk those in )
f.. :; af the this sort o/sggriu.joxz'ji the old world, who that there may: bo alsodcniBdeJpeW : -
permitted to i-.an- arestrug. ReSpectruU,10ur
gling to break fellow-citizen I CJ
the chains of d.spotIiwand to .. ; and "tofcctlon fa- the loss of his property i ,

" 4 JOSEPR.Y'J4CKSO: } / his business i from Ma-government,wbjeb, ,It
t against
t ir' trcatj atipubtionshss
I ; waalMfd!
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Ibis gross outrage upon_him, an American & U ::- aeja II. '1H : Kti0et0 .P..... .It if>Janf attest- ... ..;. .; .Miailelor. S '<, .f.

:From Savannah 'to:-Palatka, ,; S .. .t.: .: .!' a.1c. ..... : :
11numbly uk kind attention to tMsap- PORT ::4cKsoNyiLLE :vEa2i; r
OF r '
your I .
I cannot make in person in eonse- Fw Darien.'BrIlJImi ..2.S Mttrys,Jacksonville., ... JLtDIsPOSE'Opr1T:1t. ; : .
iL which husband. 4 ,Black.Creett and ,PicoJeta. .Lsalc,, mY2LANT4TZON0 tbe 5. ,
of Haying
Hence of the illness tay St.John* ,river at the JDoathc'r.
: Julington "SCTttkiitten
The U.S. MailBtearner ,
fullest confidence inat it will not be made St.M&Uhews 1 > l tre"Thursday, 3nd ;October, at 4 '
At < miles above Jack&oaville. The
at Jacksonrille every 'from .
la vain, I myself your Excellency'sIte Sunday, SaTaDnahinnd1tLTtI S o'clock. ',l\f. situation is known to "the most beautiful en #
'- seTJ1t, eTery Tuesday,morning. BY THE. 'WELAKA..Etltjlr the flyer ,and Is remarkable forlt
P. THRASHER. U.S. Mall Steamer Wm. arrives RATES .0? PARE, BEDUCEDJ&it' salubrity ; _
FANNY Gaston every not 4 case of'ferer having occuned there forinanyyearL. -
'Wednesday from' Savannah and'lea.es THE new and,superior fast .
,The Dwelling is spacious and ;:
The Armament of Srath Carolina. every Friday morning.: S pyjft Nttu',. SS :'steam packet MAGNOLIA, P. : comfcrUble and calculated for the accommodation S

Columbia South Carolinian contains an Steamer arrives from Savannah kMcNELxr master, will,leave, as 'of -
1'be Magnolia S bore ft large family. The land (*bout 400
and continue to leave S
abstract of the report of Major.Trapier, of the Friday, and leaves Saturday'evening. Promtkt Savannah 'RtpuUtcan.COUMKK ; letarninr will leave Pt.tatbe.fr7 every Saturday THURSDAY.morn. acres) Is of good quality, and well adapted to ..
which it
OjjmiKXj Department, by appears Steamer.Welaka arrives on Saturday, froM OFFICE Charleston ing at 8 o'clock, and leave Jacksonville same evening the cultivation or cotton and corn! and about .. S
the contract for heavy irons was gientoS at 9 o'clock. : 5 fifty acres suited for There is
that Savannah and leaves Sunday evening.. sugarcane. an -
Dec. 24 9J20 P. M.
Richmond contractor.." The original ,con- -: For freight or passage, having splendid aeeommodations -.1 admirable she for a steam saw-mlll at the _'
Steamer Spalding for
ct included 12-twenty-fonr pounder guns, 8 Sarah leaves' The Capitol at VTajhln'ton mt Fire! state rooms. &&, apply on board, or to I mouth of the creek, audit possesses the'ad van* 1

tr tra.inchmortars.* (siege,) and 4 eightinchcolambnds Munroe Monday, and returns on Thursday. Washington, Wednesday)Iornis..Tht Cap. FERNANDEZ, BISBEE CO,; tage of being ID the centre of a section ofcountry .
; to which was afterwards added House. itol is on fire. The Congressional Library is Agents at Jacksonville finely wooded with yellow pine.- S
Taken fromtlic Records of IACrulom M.A. COHEN, Aengt attPbtpaysb1ebysbIppcri. Savannah.'
"0 twenty-four pounders, and 4 eight-inch nearly destroyed. ,The flames are raping, and Thm'is': flourishing orange grove on the
> howiners. Thirty-two twenty-four poun- Entered. there is no water to subdue them-all is ice. Oct. 4. IBM. tf premises,'which formerly produced an income,

ders have been finished and inspected; the re- 22-Sch Roan Rsmadell, N York. More fcy the Baltic. of a thousand dollars a year and will shortly ;

Blinder cf the guns to be ready about the 15th Brig Rufus Soule, Colaan, NY. do so again,judging from the present .thrifty.
COTTON.-Other! accounts state a decline of Prom
cf December. Cleared. Jacksonville .. and healthapp&iranca of the trees.. Tho
The contract for small arms-yir. 6,000 ransfcets 20-Brig Kossnth, Allen;N Y. I-6th penny. Flour is js firm unchanged for which; there Corn has in For Enterprise and MeUonville. Pest Office at, Mandarin within two miles,
1.000 rifles, 1,000 pairs pistols 1,000 !&- Brig Georgians. Gilbert, N Y. advanced Is; Sugar : and the steamers pass and repass the bOUSf'11l
In Carolina Rice is do
and.: 1.000 artillery swords-has been ta- 23-Brig Maria T Wilder,Coffin Philadelphia. good demand. nothing their: regular trips to and from Savannah.
fcres. 24-Brig Frederick Flinton Bridgeport. ing. Consols closed at 97J4. J&t SPALDING having been newl.'fitt.od ;*
Messrs. Glaze Sc Flagg of Columbia.sU Those wishing to purcbte-this property, may
len to be manufactured: in S.Carolina. The de 2ft-Sch Joseph Marsh,Rogers, N Y. FRANCE.-The loss in the army during the rips for the above i places up will on Monday resume the her 26th regular msL, : call on, or address b.1cttcr, the subscriber, at

lircryof these arms in'January 1852, and to collission, was one officer killed and three touching at all the intermediate landings, and will Jacksonville, E. Florida.

completed by the hit of January 1853.Messrs. .- Large Sale of Public Lands in wounded, fifteen soldiers killed and one hun continue punctually to leave every Monday morn-I S CHARLES BYRNE.S

Glaze & Flagg: .have also taken a contract dred and fifty wounded. Fresh arrivals are lug at 9 o'clock, connecting with the. U. ,Jacksonville, Dec 20, 1651. .
to alter a large portion of the flint-lock FLORIDA. daily made of Republican .dera. Napoleon learners to and from Savannah. For freight engagements .

naslcets belonging to the State to percussion TVTOTIf IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned will be elected by an immense majority. or passage, apply on board or to NEW STORE !

locks. Six hunired have been already alt rrd. -LN will;in pursuance of law,offer Changarnier and other Generals are confined, FERNANDEZ, BISBEE A.CO., Agent SS
Jacksonville, AUK. 23 1851.ENTERPRIZE. 6ux
at Public Auction before the Court House wAtting'trial. They are charged with excitingthe -
The contract for furnishing: infantry caval- door in the several counties, as hereinafter soldiers to revolt. BOULTER & CO., S

awl artillery accoutrements have been given stated, the following valuable Lands locatedby Commodore Ap. Catesby Jones was near the HOUSE, A1.THE: STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY.

,S. M. Howell, of Columbia, and R. B. Mc- State authority, as part of the grant of Congress barricade, and had his leg broken and a finger: Lake Monroe, East Florida. T. 0. HOLMES & CO.

y-y nltt" of Charle-iton.: These accoutrements to said State, for purposes of Internal cut off: he was' among the spectators. The UMJERSIGNED hive opened, at the

.* expected, to be finished by the 1st of May.1SS2. Improvement. These lands were, in good part, Prince de Joinvillo and the Duke D'Aumalehave TunSubscriberraspectfullyjnfos the TIlE stand iT T. 0. Holmes t Co., a new,
selected immediately after the completion of to the frontiers. of Belgium and .i:; andwcll. elcctcd assortment of
:; The contract for gun carriages has been gone public: in general thai this house will be large,
ven to C. Werner, of Char ('ston. the U. S. surveys, and are believed to embrace raised the standard against: Napoleon. Paris opened for the reception of company by the 10th STAPLE. DRY. AKD FANCY GOODS,

Contracts for projectiles have: been made with i some of the best in the State for production was perfectly tranquil on the Sib, and no day October,and intends to give the business his READY-MADE CLOTHING. HARD.WARE

Messrs, Easoo, of Charleston, nnd the Spartan- of Corn, Cotton, Sugar, Tobacco, and Tropical signs wire left of commotion excepting tbe I strict personal attention. His table will be furnished AND CUTLERY; SAD.

Iron Works Comp ny. The whole contract Fruits-and others finely adapted to the Turpentine barricades. Napoleon has: issued an address : with tho best the country affords, and no trouble ,DLERY. STATIONERY S
; embr:1cesMut 17,000 balls and shells.Eiz .- and Lumber business. The Land will calling on the people to go to the polls and vote or expense will be spared to make All comfortable BOOTSANDSHOES,
be offered in He will submit to their decision. who may call on him..
half-eighths: freely. HATS AND
thousand of cannon powder CAPS
:! ty pounds The mild and genial climate of South Florida ;
have: Men contracte-rfor with the Hazard Com- lit Jefferson County. on Monday, 12th April presents many advantages to the invalids in pursuit TOGETHER WITU S.
inV.Connecticut. To guard ariinstnspurionsirticle. 1852 about acres, 26,640 FOR; THE Ah FLICTED.- Cough Syrups of health, and no part of Florida presents a CROCKERY AND GLA8S-W ARE, FURNITURE

-. th" powder is to be subjected to annlyf.s. Madtton, Monday, 19th about 6 ,5GO Medicated Cigarettes, for the asthmatic more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than tho borders PROVISIONS, &c;
The company of orJnance soldiers has Himilton, Monday. 26th, about 2,440 i and consumptive ; H'patic Pills, for derangements of Lake Monroe. Persons fond fishing and S If snoir S
co-npleted. A barrack and store-house I Columbia Monday.: 3r4 May, about 3,120 of the 1 ver, spleen, &c. Tonic hunting, will have every opportunity of enjoying Every thing to suit the market.
been '* AlacJiu Wednesday, 5th May about 9,520ISV themselves, as the woods abound with and
for the
Bitters nnd Pills dyspeptic Antilgic game
tare been erected Magnolia near Charleston !,, Monday 10th May about 20,480 ,; ; the streams with fish. Which will be sold upon as reasonable terms as
vberc the company ha3 been heretofore :Jinstrncted ]I[,rom, Monday, 17th May. about 53,840 Pills, Ointments and Tinctures, for the relief of ARTHUR GINN, Proprietor.Oct. they can be afforded for in tho Southern country.
and drilled. IIcnzanIoBenton,) Monday 24th May, 48.640 nephritic, uterine, rheumatic and gouty pains; .4, 1851. 6m Customers would do well to call and examine for '

Attention is called: to the condition of the nr- HiHs&oroitgh, Saturday,29th May,about 4,800 Paitct me Pills and Mixtures, for arresting themselves, before making tbcirpurcbascs else

eenl t Columbia, adl it is rccomraenled thnt TERMS-One-fourth cash-the other three- speedily, (cito, tuto et jecunde,) mucous and where. R. BOULTER & CO.
Jitional pillars he pi need under the first fioor.It fourths payable in three equal annual instal other discharges from the urinary organs; BOARDING.JHk : Jacksonville, Oet.2's, 1851 tf

is al f.wtbe protection of the magazines attached to purchaser prefer it, five per cent. will be deducted -! Antihydropical Ointments, Pomdfrs and Potions.for Jiiii&commodate: n number of Boarders;at his 'E. L. nAKmsox: & co.,

the arsenal. The amount of money: pissed from the credit instalments,' upon the reducing dropsic-al swellings; Car ilcal recently erected residence in tho Northwest part of On Bay street, fronting Lduitl&'I ri building,
the town the location of which is known to be
thronili the Majors hands is S73,000,of which payment of the whole purchase money at theliuic Pills, for diseases of the heart and purificationof highly favorable, to health and comfort from its el JACKSONVILLE, LA.
and Ernhrocat
G:>,t51 67 has been expended. of sale. blood; Magic Tinctures, evation. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping
DAVID S. WALKER, ms,for the speedy relief of nervous' affections, and other apartments being spacious and well Subscribers respectfully inform their friends '

The Chri%tlanfc Treason Trial Register of Public LaMsJor the especially those of females; :Alterative Pills, finished; all plastered Ac. THE acquaintances that they have established

Pntr.1DELI'HIA Dec. 17.-In the U. S. Circuit State of Flsnda.Tallahasee for the renovation of the constitution ; Anti- On tho premises is a good and spacious Bathing themselves in the Mercantile business in this place. ,

the Christiana Treason Dec. 16, 1851, dec27-3m tfysintcric Pills, for dysentery and diarrhoea; House where those wishing its advantages, may and are now receiving and opening at the store
Toart this morning, Disinfectant and Prophylactic Washes, ('he! former enjoy them with every convenience. above named a full assortment, etto. tiIz; of Dry S
C.11'S were cnlled up. secure against infection, and be latter The furniture of the House is also entirely new, Goods, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Hard Ware.
IT. S. District Attorney stated that nolle received from New York. Shoes Hats, Bonnets, Ac Ac. with
The Sale ol the Steamer Pampero. neutralize a chemical: any contagious being just Boots!!, Caps .
'quis had: been entered upon all the indictments by process, Arrangements have been made to supply the table every variety goods usnny kept in a Dry Goods
pros fur Treason, but that detainers had B\ virtue *f decrees- of the District Courtof virus with which oue may chance to with ample and excellent fare and good servants Store; which they offer fur sale as cheap as they

been lo-iged against: all of the prisoners by the the fnited States for the Northern come in contact;) Colie Syrvps, for children; have been employed to attend to the comfortof can be purchased at any market in the Southern

Mthoritie Ir Lancaster to be taken there for District of Florid, in two several causes of the Diccutients, for tumors, pimples, freckles, &c.; guests.I country. .
j : of Mr Gorsuch. lie further United Statcsngainst the steamer Pampero, Salce, for sores; Unguents, for itch: Clldbet, shall! spare no pains to render my House in all Their entire stock havirg been selected by one 5
Hal for the mar.ler convicted at Lancaster her tackle, apprel and furniture, and by virtue burns, &c; Collyria, for sore eyes; Dentrifices respects pleasant to those who make it their home, of the firm with much care and attention, and witha
stated that: those not of an order of sale to me issued from said and CoHutorits for the teeth and gums; and and respectfully invite a call from citizens who wish view particularly to this market they flatter
would be brought back to stand their trial I Court I "i116CIat auction to other remedies are manufactured to order, on permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in themselves that they will be enabled to give entire
oa the charge of a misiern canoe. public thehighest universally in our hospitable clime during the winter months.W. satisfaction to all who may favor them with their
bidder, he sentner Pampero,her tackleap- chemical and pathological principles -. D. WARD. patronage both as to the prices and quality ottheir
Acting Qorernor Wbitfield of Mississippi parel and furmttrr, at Jacksonville, Fla.., on recognized by profession and kept generally Jacksonville, Oct. 11; 1851. tC goods. They will be constantly receiving such ad.
tendered to CoL Jefferson Davis the np Oint- Saturd iy, the I7U day January next on hand at the brick officer of ditions to their stock as the state of the market

rent cf Senator, made: vacmt by the rcsignaof Terms cash. DR. BAKER, V may require and respectfully solicit a share of thepatronage

Cjl. D., when he consented to become a cauaidate JOHN T. JFRICK, U S Marshal, Opposite the Court House.. A CARD. of their friends and acquaintances.!

for Governor. Col. D. declined the uppciatmeot By Gx>.J. ZEHMUUB, Deputy. PRICE per bottle, phial, box, &c:' with direc- MTIIB! OUDOOniBEH house formerly L..oria310ac0d kept by Mr.Uu crdcss Arrangements can be supplied haying;at kpn the made shortest in possible New York no-,

which was then conferred upon Jacksonville! Dec is, 1851. td liens for their use,SI. lice. E. L. HARRISON
John Clark. takes this method of the citizens
Join J. McUae, Esq, who left immediately for \T T> By a farthciorder of tho Court. the Pic- PRESCRIPTIONS, in extenso, with medicines of Jacksonville and vicinity that ho is now j. P. SANDERSON;

Washington. 1'"tures, Mirror. and other apparel and fur. $:; in hand, and from S3 to $100, (:accordingto ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day Sept t. 1951. octlS-tfCO.

-___ __ nitcre of the Bteamei Pampero.. seized on shore contract and the nature ef the case.) when from 7 o'clock morning until 10 at night; he "

and condemned underpother libel will be sold the cure is completed, or, in incurable cases, can furnish Lunch at the shortest notice, vu: Cold S D. IUCUEN & ., S

at auction at the samo,mc- and place above sta when the relief promised is afforded.. Special Ham, Beef Tongue. Pigs feet, Tripe,Shrympe,gar- SAY STREET JACKSONVILLE. .FLA,
ted-to wit: on the 17thtfay of January next, at contracts mde in chronic cases, when desi dines. Fish Ac.; he has had.Liquors and Wines selected
12 o'clock M., at JacksoVille. respectfully: inform their customers
in New
by good judges York. and paid WOULD
red. Orders from a distance, with money enclosed the that their FALL
JOHN T. MYlTCK U S Marshal public generally
highest prices for,them, and has, ho thinks, Wines
%fCoInmia Dy GEO.\ZZHXBAUR, Deputy. will meet will prompt attention. and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale. STOCK OF GOODS hare arrived and are now
Doc.18,1851. dec27 Jacksonville, Dec. 13, 1851. tf Gentlemen will please call and judge for themselvesand ready for the inspection of those wishing 16 purchase

speak of me as they find me. No pains will be Good Articles at LorD Pr 4u.

For Sac. In Justice's; Court. spared to please all who may favor me with a eaU.S.S.TYLER. Their stock consists, in part, of Dry Goods, o! almost .

Sut> criber offers! for s his entire stock of lust District of AlacJma County.. every quality and name from silks to kerseys
TIlE now on hand at?alatka, consisting Jacksonville Oct.11.. 1851. tf. fresh family Groceries, Hardware.Tin ware, Wood.
Smith it O'Brien.T& ,
of everything usually kept for c ntry trade. Will en ware, Boots.and Shoes- Hats and Caps, of the
also store-boose,lot, and wbyrTerms JobnII.Lewianadwife.AttacAin Boarding at BXandazin. latest Styles Ladies' Bonnets and a variety of serviceable
liberal.. Application td e, or J B Cole. and fancy articles, which cannot faQ to
\ COLE. 7It. Jbl THE SUBSCRIBERS would inform the suit the most varied tastes of the FAIR SEX, who
Mason*, A H
of TITO and Accepted
: Lode San Bond filed for 9100 00. invited to can.ALSO.
under Di.p 1831.; Defendants and all others interested arc BOARDING HOUSE atIandarili.Dnval county, > S
r notified of the commencement of this Florida. formerly kept by Mr. C.'Read, and that A select assortment ofSad.lles, Bridles Martingails. -
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. Daguerreotypes suit by Attachment, returnable to a Justice's court they are prepared to accommodate comfortably all ,Collar- 4e4 Trunks Carpet Bags, Umbrella, .
Whereas it has pleased: the Supreme Architect TUB JIndcrsigned having returned, J*ckson- to be held at Newcansville, in the county of who may wish board,by the month or otherwise. and an that is usually found in any store in this
: with his Sky Light Dagucrre, Pavilion, Alachua. on the second Thursday in December Charges moderate. country tho half of which would be"too numerous .
; cUbe universe, in theallwise dispensation would respectfully offea this as a favorare opportunity next and they are hereby required to appear and PETTY A ACOSTA. to mention"

- of his providence to remove (rom the level of to all those who wish a superb K BefS of plead to the same. Nov. 22, 1851. 3m Their stock having been selected by S one of the
.. KNIGHT it themselves or friend, with the very be! Dish- Given under my band and seal, this 1
time our worthy brother, BBITTOS Now is the time for procuring a fine and \autifal November, A. D. 1851.THOMAS. New Boarding House. the people of this section, they only say-
, becomes us who are permitted to witness the article for Christmas and New Years preset such J. PREVATT, [L.S.] 13- CALL AND SEE, .a
Gold Breast Pin, Locket, or Bracelet. o\ fine Nov 29. 3m Justice of the Peace. S
: slight as a I being fully assured that none will go away unsuit* .
offer some in..li&tormsstringera
nd and mournful event to THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully -
Paper Machia Case inlaid with Pearl, or J.4 ed, either as to the quality of the goods or the prices S
L, testimonial to the memory departed wor!h. rocco Cases of any eu*. at a low rate. d Valuable Plantation for Sale. and residents that he has just asked for them. .
1 under and all cir- examine at the Pavilion on tho lot between th opened his new house at the corner Monroe and N.B.-All'kinds' of Country Produce taken in
L The approach of Death, any ace ot Mrs Hall and Mr Grotbe. R The undersigned offers for sale his valuable Ocean Streets, for the recepton of boarder He exchange for goods,at the highest market prices.

eutnstacccs, is well calculated to inspire the JAS L BATHAWA'1J \ .- tract of land lying upon Big'BlackCreek will receive boarders on reasonable terms, and use Again, CALL AMD' SZE. We charge nothing for

strongest mind with terror ; but when we are ,.Dec 20v 3k ,\ in the county of Dnval,containing about every exertion to make them comfortable.A. COY. showing...our. goods. .. ",' .-.
D. 11 cumr A CO.
of those eight hundred acres, through which Little 185L tI _
w eillei to witness the last struggle Jacksonville, Nov 15, 5
: with Oils, Tallow Grease, and Ohii Black Creek runs! to, and empties into, Big S Oct 18. 1851._e_
whom we mtst sincerly love esteem MINERAL PAINT. Black Creek. There are about fifty acres of THIS SIDE, Up:

t'ie fell tyrant of man, the warmest emotions of Barrels Machinery Oil; price 75 cts pet cleared and improved ,land, and about'seven For Sale,

the heart are stirred to their lowest depth: and Qflrt v\TJ 2500 Gallon/do do do do hundred and fifty:acres of first quality Hammock TIlE RESIDENCE of the'subscriber, near the n. .lSi c9t ;ini'nv iiJ.ttOSV'r. S

the soul is overwhelmed with the profoundest in casks oharioUll z s. land, Swamp land, and Pine land,- !eopal Church. Persons wishing a Titlestoodand bargain t .lU01PK 'R 'r SS .-
invited to examine the premises.
emotions 200 Barrels Boiled Paint Oil, do 55 the land containing large quantities of aro I
grief. In the present instance S Swamp possession given .. Cci! 'sigoad 1103 }u P109raimtiaw
5000 Gallons do do do materials for shingles.The .JLLANIEL.Jackionville '
the best
, are most painfully realized ; various sizes very cypress '. -. iriajiflsSaiHUOOHO S :
of "
"Like all other tyrant Death delights to smite, 350 Barrels Tanners' Oil;various kinds ana <|Ii.- buildings upon said tract of land kitchen.consist Nov.. 22,1851. tf pun cS1I11J.1NIDlA 'SlI03 S

What smitten most proclaims the pride of power ties, from 35 to 60 cents per gallon. ] of a dwelling house, smoke There house alec, two good negro Executor's Notice. :i. lO.'pllJ' cJfJDJr.r ($ ,itbEt SalL
are :
houses &o
I various sizes. Vsjsadqna1itiosfrum35to ,
nod. of
And in casbs '
arbitrary 1500 Gallons IlEREBY'IV s
: 50 cents Wcallon. wells excellent water. The aitnntion is high: ,NOTICE N, That 031Vas
the links of the mystic .Thu the Hon.
One of brightest date. apply to
\ and healthy and, lying immediately upon Big .i-H lI.I 2: jfmTOb! jgaq! sarwj COT
chin is broken society mourns the loss: of a Judge of Probmt*of Dnval county, for a final discharge sS
Grease for heavy bearings, which ,steamboats run four amrj uojsvuioqx i wq si&utq 00 1trenb
. the tears of the widow and 50 tons Tallow Black Creek, up from the Administration of the Estate of
gem of promise, and to be misunderstood coarse machinery in barrels: or casks,of% times a week and return, it possesses every Matthew H. Philips, late of said county of Dnval, !aad qA.cnvnb, UI JO tl1 7
I relatives speak, in accents too plain consistency required. Price 6 cents per lb\\ desirable facily for transportation. There is deceased. ALBERT G. PHILIPS pU.,,' aq1.1OOOcOI, SDI1aTLtaltua
of their grief.Therefore at ft 00'09
... the sincerity 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint, in barrels, also a Post Office Carey's Ferry, about,five August 23.1851. 6m<< .Executor.. tu.zuqfljyfl 0 S

lowest market Oil warranted price. not- to chill in tt\ miles above, on said Creek; and good roads in : v1qes Spa .. clp9.19oan: nr
B' it resoltec1, That in the death of BrotherKnight Maetontry wea.ther.and, considered by those using"iSSSStW and around the immediate section of country. 'Notice to Creditors; !_ .
Masonic fraternity have lost an coldest well to grazing "
the ardund is adapted
I The country A PERSONS,having demands againstthe
I ornament" society a worthy member, and his : equal to Linseed oil,other. thar: tattle and wising hogs, the range being excel- J\: Estate of Rebecca, .Read, late of QnvaiCounty OldlronBrassandcopparWahtcdrP ,

, family a kind husband and affectionate parentResolved for white. S : ent I will sell the said trace of land upon deceased;are hereby}) notified to present EItSONS having old Iron,Bmu or Copper S

That this Ledge deeply sympathizes I am consUntly receiving large supplies of ttoabove t. >asonable terms,. and will make perfect titles them, to the undersigned within two years which they wish to dispose of, will find ,
I with the family and relatives of our deceased ns.medartlclel, and mysnottols.. "Small profits i DAVIS FLOYD. at the Fotn* -
the same. from' the dde of this notice, or they will be ready sale for all they can bring,

I. brother and specially and commend attention ha widow of and quick returns. B. R POND- \\NoTember 2D, 1851. foreter barred by the statute in such case made D a., J*** (mvflle,.,Fla.. ., and. jreceiy-e. liberal
and the care for the same.
orphan to prices
under the Pearl SL Uouze.) and provided.MALCOM. 5
M Water st, (
\ .Administration Koti e. GEORGE MOONEY. Proprietor.
the craft.Resovcd New York. ; McG.BREADALBANE, .
That In token of respect for the December- ,1SSL ILL PERSONS.'interested aro hereby notified. : Administrator 6Stp' May 17. S .tf ( *

memory of our deceased brother, we will wear 1Iotice. That six months from the date hereof I shillJent S ..'.3, l& t..* 3m Notice' '.
l the usual badge mourning for thirty days. : : WEEKS an r d te,'the undi rslgned will .p- m1 account ofniy adminiitrstion.oftha as.Uofflenrj' S
Resolved That bis Preamble and Resolutions SIX the.Jndp Probate Lttrr1.count.y I ltartIe.deceased,to the BonorabJeJ MONTHS after date, we tne undersigned
be the W. M. and Secretary, X"ed.erl: to 01 AdmlnhitrItIOfl on the estate of John .J orPrObat.eotDnnl county, and uk for a Administrator's 'Not ce. SIX Administrators on the Estate .fMicajoh .
signed by for
. .,JOBN ,A. EBOGS.WekyevDee. Id.eWement with the earns.and. discharge from I win mae- Columbia
: and spread the Minutts of this Lodge, Gorse deid. SIX MONTHS after date, present DeeD, late of ,county, de.'
upon furnish a copy to the 13-1831. C. mjjtration tIIenot Adm'x.St as Administrator of the Estate of David ceased, will present ear accounts an.I vouchers : :
aaithat HARTLEY
Secretary SUSANNAH ,
S deceased the Hon.Judge of Probates of Probate .
r ,
Jacksonville for pub.lication to the Honorable Judge said ; '
published at 185L Cm settlement and
nnapapers and ask for a
of the de Notice. Duval county county to discharged from the further administration : 1
and a copy to the family Administrator's allowance of the amo.aDd.of:my discharge from ,-
a of said Estate for which all :
VTi 'lfotice. EsUte.. ; perpersons
ceased.And. Jd.QNTBS' AFTER DATE, we wppresent Adniinistratfracf at said -v
on motion,it was S, 011 r aceonnts aIId.Touehera to the 1tONTItS v alter date,.I will present toVe S ,JAMES- .'SILCOX, AdmV. :-heirs, legatees,or:persons' interested
Pmltt.BlslMl.. That the 'blnkt of this on.Jadgeof Probate for-CoIQflIbis' county, S Honorable Judge of Probate for Columf August Iff, 185L ta" -are: hereby requested- to take notice. S.-
tendered. Brother F. J.: and' ask a dis- accounts and teachers, asAdznttor RHODA CORINTH S., '
lodge are hereby final settlement county; my
Vhwton, Madison Lodge Ho..' t,Brother M.TOriet Florida.from for a the further Ad ,Diatndon of the on the Estate Samuel Hlnson.wd Notice WM..H. ROUSSEAu S -L

, Alachua Lodge No.26>ud,BrotherHenry charge tatsofArchIbad! Hogans, late of sid wujt late eoonty"deceased;. for which all tYiiK8 from data,'I shaD apply to the Honorable S 4dwip.itrat rr., _. 5 .

, Smith, of Hamilton Lodge"N*..22,,for, deceased of, which sJl 'persons interested Perso concerned are hereby. requested to I, Judge Probates* of Al hu .county, Little,River-, Aug. 16. 1851. CmTTOR'SALB. : <-:<:< i-.. ''f.: ';. i'-: S
lb. efficient: assistance o'kindly afforded .nshy taktDCUC&: tate TicssIsha1I ask to be discharged from. F1oridaIorLetters; AdminlltratiOD 011 tht estate : -- .:>"
desired to S ; :
tl the solemn occasion.which has are- S Ule t \ administration olDIe estate.. ofW1lUam s.S&and1et". Jafe, of said County,.do.Maseth -" at NEWS OFFICE Bleak \;, S .
.. on ,Z..HOGANS.Adm'ft. Adm'r.LtLyer,4416814 ISAIAh PWYD.ewnansvifle IT ,Breda,'to suit the conveyance olLotl.. Hoasesv; :;
: _. J. ROBERTS, .' IWMUROUS8EAU, ,, ,'.. Real deseripHoa 'Jil'11? \
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wt are DOW prepared to execute,at tht shortest no- fficlcnt and reliable agent at Wash -.p'sii.i ., ;
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all of Ington,
SINGLE family, and have found Ita vsialS-f
r- will be inserted.on the followagVKtnti States before Congress .and the )epartmentl at Inay very: .
Circular, preparttioBL.l4.coaipounde t ; \ Law Blank,' Hand Bills, Washington. Valuable: ;}
: t located at-Jacksonville he in recommending to the public.' fg' .
... Bubtea'cu.I8. Being permanently from several medicinal"-rootf growIng .:
Show Bill
and under -
: 'On*dollar per square .rlweh.lIa. will give his entire and unremitting attention to his and WHOLLT : Respectfully, 'J. B. TOWNSXSlr
VlslUaf cards, Bill of Lading. the.Wilds of Florid :,, ,It is ruxttr i
c the inseilion. and 75 cents for each sabsequentlnieruon. profession, and all business entrusted to his care. .for the :Egbert Pointett Esq.
Labels Jcc., icc., fce.07M Vegetable, and designed JCSPICULLY v;
; Toyearly advertisers a liberal discount #wi icork He win also attend to any hostness disease .Tfaejnventer'acd -* .,
above ,
: for oftkii ktndtto le paid on cure of the JACXSOJIVILLX,June 21 tis I
: .. will be mad. delivery. Juno 14. NOTARY PUBLIC fr. COMMISSIONER Proprietor fully convinced that it, is aa invaluable DerSIi- I t "'
: am entirely relieved of ; :
rAn: ad advertisement aast he paid for before in.seriion Appointed by the Governors of the following Medicine. In fact the test thai he abaDDto for .' ny ..' ;f
plaint, you your INDIAN
::- ,unless by a regular customer. By referring; Joseph 8. Baker, DL D., States to take Testimony,Affidavits, and Acknowledgments has'given it in the town in: which, he,resides' ECUST,",it is the best I have ever used for LOT'if :4;
tube used therein: which it:has
'.' to jar terms,the requisite sum may be ascertained rKACTiTioNXR or and the astonishing svecw with disease, and I feel happy rtcommtl1d
,. ._ and transmitted with the advertisement. MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY. AND SURGERY. Maine North Carolina, Virginia met, warrants him in saying that it Is a POSI the public. Yours truly, lCIt UMGEORGE It' ;
South Carolina Mississippi, the
Vermont come to
;- .. ocr Advertisements not mar1.ed l w U a UM aamlxr OFFICE on tho corner. Market and Forsyth New.York,, Massachusetts, Georgia TIVE CURE. He' has it therefore within the'retch:of COULTU.1: *

.... t Insertions required,will bfteoolitiued until forbid I streets, opposite the Court-House. Delaware, Pennsylvania, Alabama, determination to place with this TertunpleaSAnt To E.PolnsettEsq., "
r for. Jacksonville, Oct.IS, 1851. tf Maryland, Tern NOT-tf all, knowing how maIy-snffer :1
and charged
and often dangerous Disease,particularly jACKSONViLtx:,.J 1Y.30, ts3f. '.t
I : j3FiTe dollars will be charged fer all announce in the Southern and Western'States.In Dear Sir: I have tried your very .luai1f'
& tt
; me its candidates for office. Notice Cooper Basinger, purchasing my ,INDIAN LOXECUST ,be Medicine for Diarrb a.and find it byfart .

.- One square,for Six Months, s I 91000 THE UNDERSIGNED having formed a Co. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, particular and look for m11f1"ltten signature. 'the best and.safest cure for this dangerous diJ.

Notice to Debtors and Creditors, t t 7 00) for the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE SAVANNAH, GA. on the labeL ease that I have, ever known or heard of. My'i \"

p Application for Letters fAdmiuistraUon 5 00 citizens respectfully Jacksonville offer their, professional and its vicinity.services to the WILL practice in all the Courts of,the Eastern I I refer the public below to a few- certificates little daughter, aged aboot:two years, badj .

-.. ;" 03T:: All religious notices will be Inserted grata07 !. J.&MUUDO1IIIJ.D. ,r Circuit of Georgia; also In the Eastern Cir. selected from among many received from, respectable fered long and ,was reduced to almost a'I\PI f c

-&- ..u. R. P. DANIEL, M. D. cnit of Florsda. citizens Of Jacksonville.EGBEBT tot. and f tried part of,,a Bottle of.your INDU* ':

admissible personal communications will Office on the corner directly North of the.Buffing- Office on the Bay, over the Republican Reading. L ,POINSETT.' I AN LOXECUS1aud1t has acted like a ebarIl .:;;

ton':Houco.. Room. WM. BASINGER P. S. Planters should- ,not :be) ; without this the child is'n'-w improving may be seeahy I
advertisements. CUARLES
charged Oct25,185i 3m *
: those who do not believe. Repectfully -'
Dee 13. 'u valuable: Medicine. Every family ought to by ; -
07: All bills for Job Printing must be paiJ on thde'ivery A.Y.COLVlir.To <
it hand.
keep on ,
I of the work. Calvin Oak, Felix Livingston, A. M.REED, principal Agent for 'Jackson- E.PoinsettEsq. ;'

I C3" All communications mast be Wressed to GUNSMITH AND MACHINIST ville. t
My 17 185ls
the Editor paid. permanently located himself Jackson Jacksonville August 16 1851. ly
pottagt at ,
HAS: Dear Sir: This ; certify to that ,
may I
E. F. He is prepared to do all work in j
the Gunsmith line, both in repairing and manufac April ifW 'a negro girl suffering.underjigevere attack-ef. I ,:J
: He Notice. Diarrhoea, and that the uJTof one bottle I ',,
A NEW SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE!IIKCOORACE turing. has a new process of RIFLEING, of '
which far surpasses the usual method. Those Directions for using Polnsettrs Indian Loxe- preparation called Indian Loxecust effectvsjy:

HOME TALXXT AND I.1DU3TKY wishing can have them made to order. All ma- Whit Smith. & SI. O'Brien, cust will be found on the inside of the"wrapper cured her, and I wonld take this method cfy -.' '.

chinery gunsmithing entrusted to his care will on each bottle. Where there is (fever attend. commending it as a very valuable Medieioe..; ') '.;
The Illustrated Family :Friend, receive prompt attention. He hopes by close Yours >
application ing the disease, a purgative should in every truly, JOHNBftAK ...
: A new and elegant paper, published at Colum. to business to merit a share public pat ALLIGATOR COLUMBIA -COUNTY EAST FLORIDA. be before the Loxccust. Should -
bia, South Carolina, and ronage.Jacksonville. ease used. NICHOLAS, Fla., July 31, 1831?' ,-
EDITED BY S. A. GODMAN December e, 1851. tf M. Whit Smith, Office at Alligator. there be a tendency to inflamatiou,purge moderately Dear Sir: This is to certify that two Bottlri '< .

solicits examination and challenges comparison M. O'Brien, Office Newnansville. /and ,give; the Loxecust. in smaller doses of your'Medicine called .INDIAN LOXECUjT'"

with any Northern paper. S. N. Williams May 31, 1851. tf than the average dose.. has pennanensly. ,cured two of our Nets.cfsevere
It is a large sheet, magnificentll printed upon -'
COMMISSION MERCHANT Diarrhoeav: I take pleasure in
'plendid paper, Original 1a1es: Sketches, recommending '
McQueen McIntosh A FEW MORE OF THE MANY CERTIFICATES yourva1uabIe Medicine
Iiiews. Poetry, Agricultural Articles, and whatever JACKSONVILLE, FLA., t -as 'being,
else that will interest an intelligent community constantly on hand and for sale ATTORNEY AT LAW, without doubt one otthe best and safest e..
besides, four elegant engravings each week. EEEPS assortment of a general From Rev. I. Snarls.Jacksonville .. dies for this disease that I have heard or sees.
IXTILL attend the Circuit Courts in the
Terms, $2 per annum; address Nov. 12, 1W. Tours -
truly, _
S A GODMAN A J GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, I V Eastern Circuit; the United States : -
J LYONS Mr. E.Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure/n! expressing W.0.McIriTThE.
Columbia, South Carolina. OF THE BEST SELECTIONS, District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme to you my approbation of your Indian To E. Poinsett Esq.
and will sell them lower for rash than they can be Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claims for Loxicust as family medicine. Ihave used iwith ';;c

Notice. bought elsewhere in the South. citizens in any part of Florida against the Government good success. Yours, respectfully, / Jacksonville, Dee-4tb, 1SJL: 'I .

... ; Country produce taken in exchange, at liberal at Washington, either before Congressor L SW AP.T. Dr E Poinsett-Dear Sir:'Three parts of a bottl3of I -
STEAM SAW-MILL FOR SALE. t>nces. at the Departments. your most valuable medicine called Indian Loxa*; I !
From Pev. John C. .
STORE corner of Union and Forsyth streets formerly Ley.JastsouvMe cut has
entirely relieved me of a severe attack .
rphI? SUBSCRIBER offers fors.ile, on rea- owned and occupied by Mr. Jas Armstrong. n-- ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Florida. Nov. 17,1851. Diarrh a. I cheerfully recommend medleiaa I .

.L sonible termshis, STEAMS W-MILL Jacksonville, Oct. 25, 1351. lyWin. May 11, 1850, tf Mr. Poinsett-This will inform you that for several to those similarly a licted.'j your : "S'"" 'Ci:

t J AND MACHINERY, at Garey's Ferry, Du.I years I have suffered much,at different times With respect,yours, _
I TAt 'lori.la. Too is from Chronic Diarrh a. I have tried year Indian THAD .....
county, Engine 20 horsepove' C ANDREWS. ,
DEL Lawton & Oscar Hart .
I Co Loxecnst, and received an entire relicfV'and have
10 incli calender 3 feet stroke and '
2 -
I boilers, 24 feet long 30 ir.. diameter all incomplete FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS ATTORNEY AT LA'W, no reason to doubt its being permanent' elieving. "
I t ; it to be a duty which I owe to the afflctcd, I present NEW siiiET1.New
: order, and ready for immediate use. No. 13 Southern Wharf; ; Charleston, S. C. (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) you certificate, which you cai use as yon
It has also a corn mill attached. The Engine think I will also that to conversing Goods at JLow Prjeel..1;
WM. M.LAWTO, WM. M. TAYLOR, WILL practice in the several Counties of proper. say ,.
F. Mtchluery will be Id if with who have used medicine, I have .,
., so separate, desired R.WAINWRIOBT cOT, JOSEPH T. DILL. he Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend many your :; '-
rf : for I not found who did not receive rdicC pHESUBSCRIBER, would respectfully iD-j ,.
, !. apply to me atPalatka! or to my to the collection claims the U. one I, X r
6 1851. 6 against
Sept. form the
ligent. J a& B. Cole. I JOB1 C.LEY; citizens of Jacksonville an 1 tit
Military Services,and for Horses lost '
Pastor Methodist Church Acksonville.
surrounding country, that be hasjustrecivedj
A.. H. 4
I or other
Boston & property lost or destroyed by troops in
PaJhtka Fla,,May: 10,1851. tt Gunby, said service MANDARIN, FLA.,bet 1, 1851. DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, n: $ ,
., COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Dear $ir-Some time since I wasn a visit near
; Alsoclabns Pensions disabled Soldiers, and sick. per schooner Teneriffe, a choice assortment:. ;
COMMISSION MERCHANTS yourplace, was suddenly tak/n/ very ,
To Post o the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers. \
ltIastertl-Post Office Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. The Dry Goods Groceries HardWare -
r I Stamps CORKER BAT AND JEFFERSON STREETS, Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and friend that I was visiting happene/have a bottle : -

.: rpnE undersigned, Postmaster at Pleasant Grove SAVANNAH, GA. soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed. of it in the house, and I used it, '/nd/ take pleasure Crockery, &c.> .&c., $
mL. I ..
oificersand soldiers. in that it cured am to
informing averse
JL you
Alleshany Co., Maryland,was the first person OUNBT.Nor. in but./A for the benefit which he offers for sale.at the lowest prices '
in the U. S.; who coscelvcd and undertook extensively 11851. Gm Also, will give his attention conveyancing, having my name print, : ,;
to publish, tho idea of supplying all poi of- to examining Titles and necora",and assertain- of if those think that it may be afflicted, 4u' can publish this. FOR CASH OR COCNTI7 PRODUCE. ; : -
t flee with cheap stmps. All made hfm Goddin & Webb ing claims to Lands. you necessary / at the t
stamps by Yours with...... store formerly occupied by Mr. Jt '
.. arcwarrented equal or eopeJior to any other that CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS All business entrusted to him will meet with SUSANfAH HARTLEY.: Harrison, Bay street. Farticuhr'attention il ,> .

cas )Are o procured sent out in at tho same defective pries and or unsatisfactory wheneverany ,, JACKSONVILLE. FLA. prompt will attention be ; and all instruments of writing Dr. Poinsett: ,JacksonviP Fla. culled to his large and elegant assortment $tl\\ I t
duplicates *anlw3Y, on notice, without WOULD respectfully inform their fellow-citi despatch. by him with neatness and GRATELLTfllLL, Oct. 20, 1851. Ladle' lou netS, '

charge. All who order a 83t of straps WITH of Jacksonville and the surrounding Dear Sir-Your Indian Ipxocust is a GOOD modi- of the latest and moat approved< 'style and fin. I.j!
CHANGE FOB DATES at Two Dollars only-ror( country, that they are prepared to execute work J aCSksODYi11e,Jl1n.25, I8l. tf cine. Some time since I Airchased a bottle trom'A. ish. Also, to bisbeautituistockofGENTLEMEII7'S

; thirty pZ.e-sht.llbe l kept in stamps adlibitum. in all the various branches of their profession with .M.Reed, Esq.. your aant, and gave it to one of t.

.Ureas "Post Master, Pleasant Grove, AUega.ny .. neatness and despatch,and are determined,through Philip Fraser, my negroes that had ruffled very much from a severe HATS, READY-MADE 4

-. .- Co. M-L"e and business hsbitsnot to be surpassed ATTORNEY CO attack of DysentgT* It cured him. Soon CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, "c. ;. ,
Any editor publishing the above,(and this notice) by any establishment the country. AT LAW, afterwards I had anotV negro attacked with the 'Call and
3 times, and Fending a copy of paper, shall receive SASH BUNDS' DOORS JACKSONVILLE FLA., same disease. I purcJued another bottle, and it examine,' before pnrchasing eke ;":f\
AND where.
r pay In WOOD LETTERS, whenever twice the amountof cured him also. / D. M'CUEN & CO. } : '
.. the Bills ordered:-or, if preferred, a wood en. as well as the more enlarged branches of building, WILL attend to any professional business I do not hesitate/moment in recommendingyour Jacksonville, Ma1' 3, S31. 'iy L
graving will be furnished, to order or, an engraved will meet their strict attention. Terms as accommodating to him in the Courts of the Indian Loxec /to the public, as being the -. .
I L. newspaper head, and design of tho value of Five as possible, and all orders will be punctually Eastern Circuit and the Supreme Courts at most certain remedVor Dysentery that I have ever -- --- ------- 1

I f I Dollars." June 14, 1851.. is attended to. A share of-lhe public patronage Tallahassee. lie has also such an advantageous used or heard ot. / you see proper, you can pub; PENSION AND BOUNTY LAND.. -
ttulJllolicited. Nov. 1.-ly connection with an able lish this. / Yours '
Lawyer at Wash trMLES OBTAINED for theoffleers and soldiers of to*:
Administration Notice. American and \ington City as will ensure a prompt and spee / PRICE.- war,or their Jt'gallt'pt'ese"l.th. .
Foreign Agency Dr. E. Poinser Jacksonville.JASONVILLE .
collectioitofsuch ..
is HEREBY dy claims as may be placed .,') .
NOTICE from I will GIVEN, That four CITY OF WASHINGTON i n his hands against the United States. T, FIJU, Sept. 25, 1851. Pensions for life,for widows of such officers S sad

C Ja'Igaof :, of date Nassau, apply to the Hon. TT N D E R the direction AARON HAIGHT Sept 8th,1849 ly DR. E. POI/.ETT-Sir: This is to certify, thafrl soldiers! whomarrireTI previous to 1800. "i

county for leave U PALMER of New York. and WORTHINGTON have been penanenUy cured of a severe Diarrheea -
to sell the real estate: lying in that"county be. GARRETSON 6NETHEN of New Orleans, Wm. M, Tnnno by toe use /.your most valuable medicine called
c longing to the estate of YVilihm Hickman, deceased. Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of Indian LoJ60* after: suffering! for more than'12 1BHCj)1lJm) Y JLArtD.. -

t HELEN HICKMAN. Adm'x. the United States. FACTOR & COMMISSION, MERCHANT, months wit that distressingdisezso. take pleas For the .
; Oct. ?9, 1351. novl--4t This establishment is formed for the following North Commercial Wharf ure in refunding your most valuable medicine surviving, or the widows, or minor
objects: to all Bu ly afflicted. children of deceased officers and privates
i Feb. 14.-ly Charleston, S. C. I remain ,
yours truly
1. For law in the served '
Administrator's practicing Supreme Court of A. J. wto In the
SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE, I will present the United before States Congress., and! conducting professional business Harmonic Institute, Formerly of Jacksonville JOHNSTON., N. C. War of 2812,' with Great Britain ; the ..

.. account Administrator of the Estate of 2. For prosecution and recovery of all claims, Corner of St..Julira Street and Market Square, JACKSONVILLE Mexican War ; 'or in any of the In* *
'v John T. Broer deceased, to the in law SAVANNAH GA. May 6th 1851.
Honorable the or equity against the United States before ,
I. .4.. Judge Probates for the County of Dnval. and Congress or tho Executive Departments, or against ZOGDAUH.I; CO.,'Importers and Dealers s Is to certify it is with much pleasure War, since 1790.'f
,- .. ftsk for a fical settlement and .allowance of the foreign Governments before Boards of Commissioners. F. in MusIc and ,MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS th I announce to the Public thatl. hive been .Terms moderate, wliere the cisiatis establIshed,' L

same, aid also for a discharge from the administra, every description,'wholesale and retail. e ually, cured,of the distressing ntherwiie no charge. i ; -

tion of said estate.THOMAS 3. For the settlement accounts- with the State, Complete Bands furnished, and Dealers suppliedat C;_ Dysentery, by the highly recommended. TheSubocriberis also appointed Agem in the District

: LEDWITH, Adm'r. Treasury, War, Navy Post Office and Interior D* New York prices. 1"or 11r..E. Poinsett. I had resorted to Columbia for the) ,

September 20, 1851. 6m partment,' and obtaining the' remission of fines, J. H. McRORY, Jr., things, but of no avail: ; I was induced British Cnmmerrial Life Insurance .\
penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged violations of .. June 21. ly Agent, Jacksonville. tihZi ptlatableand ,
very cle/nint
the revenue, post office, or other laws. '- ---- Company, :' .
., Burial Notice. 4.. For securing letters patent for inventions from Bounty L nd & General BuilD within my great satisfaction was completely Established in 1620.and empowered. bj set otPsrlI '
; ALL PERSONS are hereby forbidden from in the United States or from foreign Governments, Agepcy, cu a few days, and have not been m..nl.for tbeihsnranreofLivea and the eodowmeii..
I. any more eorrpses in the burial ground and procuring land warrant and pensions under D. C..rOS'EPIl trfiuled since with that so much'dreaded dis.Im .of.child ren.m London.New York!. ofVa.liii>gtonCirj
T on the bill near the Episcopal Church in the town I the various pension laws of the United States. T. WALKER, Will gift CAPITAL '"
of J'Jacksonville as the same is 5. For collections generally, embracing debts and happy to other $3OOOOOO.
. ;., my private property, prompt efficient attention to the BOUNTY say immediate cures have Communicniions
and has never been legacies, and inheritances, in the United States and addressed to the.labsen.
conveyed to else cLAIMS cot under
any one for LAND officers and soldiers in my own observation within ,
the use of the public. All farther foreign countries. engaged a few Washington, D, C.,will receive prompt aHantio*.
i titJ.. said lot will be resisted, as I am determined l-on n- 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of the late Florida War. or either of the Indian di I cheerfully my. mite to the already S M. THOMPsON,

.,.* ger to have my property appropriated by other the State or Territories of the Union and loaning W art in which the United States have been en w.gitt amount f'testimony with regard to your Attorney at Lan,and Commissioner of t.

with Impunity. MARIA DOG GETT. moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. gagedorthe Warmth Great Eritain.ot.1812t able :Medicin I am, relpeetfny&o.) Deeds for North and South CaroJia

: NOT.22, 1851 6m 7. Tor terestment otr.ada In United States and and to any description of business requiring un f. M.EABN'Jr P. S.-Refer.ifneresiia/y.toilte Head of *
State stocks and loans collection or the dividends Agent or Attorney Washington.' For p o E. Poinsett, Esq., menu,and M.mbf"na -
thereon, and, for the preen ofCongren eenerally! .
4 1: Notice to Creditors. business pertaining to a Law Loan transaction,' and Banking of all other ring land cabcatit warrants,will be his charge will be 85. In ,: JACXSONVII.LK, E. F, August 15th, 1851 Washington Chjr.Ncvember,1850 2tn4 '
1-: PERSONS I Agency. proportioned to the nature Dear Sir This will
having demands : inform
ALL against C OFAll communications .and,difficulty of the case.He you that one Eastern Circuit of Flerida
L e of Rebecca .&/ReaJkto of Duva. addressed,post paid to mle of your Medicine. called. hrnUN _J9to........_ ",
Messrs. Palmer will also in '--
t -
Snethen act connection with -n *
County deceased are hereby notified to pr>., and Foreign Agents or has permanently cured two of CIRCUIT COURTfor,DUVAL. COUNTY
Agency City of Washington will A ttorneys in Florida who be my ne-
receive .
sent them to the undersigned wUhin two,elI'trona. ; and faithful attention. prompt Bounty land and other claims may employed in tIT of a severe attack of Dysentery. 1 con- la Chaaeery 11 of Comp1alnt.PraneIaGaiies .',- ..
the date of this notice, or they will PALMER A ,on terms'which it an excellent ,Medicine for .
be.. SNETHEN be this
agreed Letters com ,
upon. / <
=. z forever barred by the statute in such case made.: Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol HOL may will receive (whichshoul .plaint! 'and take great pleasure in recommendIng -
: bo
and provided. I Sept. S, 1851. U -Aug.i7l85o atterf 1 : it to- the- public. Respectfully yours Samuel Turner andj-UoR.Turner;hfa wife.

.. MALCOM McG.DREADALDANE, -.icars tion. .---- -. .- tf &D.FJBBNANDEZ.--., IT ppear1njto the satisfaction or the Court: lIo&t
--- --
Bears ---
n To Mr. E '
Administrator. Bears Poinsett.JACKSONVILLE. Thomas DOuglas Judge, preaidl r.J.a&'I&fd.
Stpt.13.1Sa. 3m WILL purchase all the BEARS1 OIL DeWaaL Defendants reside out Pid .
I ond v* OfcaiO. QBOU on_O!;
,GREASE that the Citizens Florida will -. 'lfc'J.'IO-NE. : ER. Dear Sir I May 217 1851. P. Cooper, Esq., Solicitor for ComplaInant. ; ,
: consider It
7 Administrator's Notice. ship to me in Savannah. will for the Oil 'JACKSONVILLE to it to'be a matter of do.. &fVZllat publIcation of the filing of* !
- pay 'E. ty inform said
you that I have been Complaint, made in
MONTHS OM Dollar u Gallon the laboring under some newspaper
after -
date Grease
1 SIX as Administrator,.of I will the Estate present of my David oc Pound. the articles most, be Pyre fifty I&iU Cents a SALEsI 1 : I part of the County att< very violent attack Diarrhoea, which the printed in said Circuit, for the time, prescribed!*? -
w. EQeox or most to and.resp ctull.ollelted. baffled the skill nf Physicians statute such cases made and provided. :*'
deceased to the and
Hon. .
positively render
Judge of Probate for reject them. I
am ,
a good judge > ed "f.nJu.
Dnval and of Jacksonville, May 0,1848, me'nnable to do work.. ? orca'redj'bat said Defendants bei
0- county ask for a final settlement and them. TJa" must be ID th4rncistralstcte. :;. any Bat fortunate
allowance ly;when adout andtheyarehereby required to and answer.
of the
to appear
same and of give up all *
my discharge from hopeoCever .
the Administration of said Estate. '--W HUMPHBYS, 1aack taining"relief heard ob Bill rfCopplaint. within four months from the. __ _
Cos _
of _
< _
: WHOLESALE. : DRUGGIST. 'OUST 10nr.l P>.LOXE- date of this publication, or the same shall be taker
IS Adm'r. Kor. 16, 1850. ty NevY r :NiiV )il use of five Bottles has entirely M eonfeasea against them. o>-' -
18$1. (
August .
: 8avaxnaht
- /' firm __ ,. r ,Get aDB &;I0 restored me-to' health. 1 take' tnoci.pleasure W1tDe8Ii the- Hoiulhos.,Douglas, Judge._.,/.,'

., .',... Notice. Wanted to Hire, : ,11j Express,. j: may to recommend be similarly your Medicine to alf 1aoae who :Stat*of'Florid- Gmnt- :- 3 _____
afflicted. ,
' B the month ; .: SIX WEEKS from date, I shall apply to the'Hon. hands, whUe'ft.colored. For such ;: ." .: 'BENJAMIN ,DAVID. -Iberobyeertii that**"boT8 order a tree alt
Judge Probates of Alachua county gel will be given and prompt Insur d.-good.wa '' :. 1- ,To Poinsett,Esq. d correct copy of .order. ",on. file in offlee tWi
-F. Florida, for Letters Administration on the estate pay. No. .19 WalUrreef) ;; ,.:New;Yor dSt '2Oth-NoveuberI55b : j. y. OARNliL Tv

j', William S. St.aD- <1181. late of said County.. do- FOR SALE. -ALSO. .C-ha: les Hotel'Baildinjr, N. :pna- ,BATON ISLARD,.St.John's B ch 7 !. ': "..-. 'CJert'C"U'e1' .. ait Court. .Duva!eou&rLetterd7on /. _
on .' -- "
: ceued.. I accommodating terms Brick .' .T .
i Yard Mobile' 1. : f .4m. :y
with its Agent Dear'C'I" "
_; Nswnansvfflc, Flav,Nov. 29, 1851. -6w fixture a fcumber of eligible build. ,M.. Bon M.E r rThlswjfl Inform S
.' .it _____* hlg lots ODe lm1Vid4tt6Gardenjan.; and ijr Every;: attention paid(If f ik.t'}ii: my children : you' that three"of th t and e
,. timbered i y 'dangerously ill f Cjirpat Soils j ;
from J with the' : .
: d-thoNBJ.S' oranysise to M T> _
acres U Draft
TfOR.SALB. OFFICE. Blank = fa tuf-e. ....... ; y ntjSfy>r DIarrbcca for :about r .
thelmmedIayijaly p.
: .a; ;Deeds, to salt tho conveyance of Lota,'Houses. .4, fJacbonvifl-Aply; tc. .',A ,",'. il I[ trIg$9'f.e.n11th1ng that I weeks.; ; !l;., .ProdjoniFjorjd i; .' ; nf _
: : U KJ EUU W .JOBSBAKEiv. JOI h generally used "
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