The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: September 25, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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vi:, of:'Major Tocl man%an"exile:fronT POland -. N rciso"Lopez who hu lost hIS life IgoO the'mean time'closed''in Tipori:him from Havanaf ;, ,-'L Pattn;*N !or1 t. l, .':; sd; ;:Being askea Jvhat( !othiseity.the tVxped', ;' aixjrwa service onhe wart of

,:;for many.years President bfihis, 'conn-"I minionsly i Havana,:'was born 1 t>wealthy that tbe Credit I 'pnlalion(was'led'lo I,Cowa4 igbalit;23NewOr1ean.M lion relied, upoflrboth,reurceB n tniKUaked States ration 41ri aJiu.proje of ; ted I 'Wa.'for:.ihen..r--; :

try, and Apollonta J&gcllp, a elile.'from' patents inTeneiuela'in1799.. ;' tHe'wutbe-: iIieve.tbit he was:defeated,:or eeriousyfiu4hpeTesslyembajraued.and1bat ) .iJose[ ChKbeni !t New Orleans.s ::,: and sathagents Isl& lC! wb', r.t1Ii lrincipal the' the .interior of. Africa t .
Hungary,'who greatly.distinguished herself only eon of'his parentS tkat greweto ;matHhood 'losing I 'Antonio flernandjz, 22i' Havinaff*' C sna"6rrespdnden"
by:.her heroism in the 'Jate','gaUant; .but tonsuccessful ,.though be had:a gumber.ofs&stera-, men,,an expending incalcnlable"'valuableammnnitioh 1 :, G. Ri:1itMi;'3O, New'OrJeaii&)*.'t rU be)said that almost 2alii! the} sburcei welt Efc rtetj.t Watkfns hu'M.c'V.tlina-.I1' .: ttrf. a
.effort of',her. cot ntryfpr.reed;;., His father. ad a'commerclal: house".Caracas he kept upthejdespeirate"contest. Hen:'Smitli28-New Orleans .fe 'k.trt. from Mr sSegni whotactqrdingJ4o ; asked Cleave. olf*fee* ecapreuentpay .:

TVta angel. Lore and Hope;Oh both did guide ;a branch'of"which 'at"VVaJenClat, m4-the Famine:preived uponthe'war-worn' ,John_Clme, 21rNewOriemn. {;:, had given'$7W>00to, purchase Lopez. five for himself and one: oficer'an .You.to thIs hour, beautiful, trustful .bride 1" interior, :-was; plated..tinder5 the;charge' of band TJnnseJ to.long] marches,:lplDtided I .George'Foster.18 Newprleans., '" that'sundry*cannons'and'..arms uje.Pampero. :. For prIll. men, frbm'thif' naval service;an f
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A wedding at ShannbndaTe! Ab!' Cupid of; 1814young LopeZ;, sided .with i the tHreetof! four severe,,;engagements With the_ c: Ot2J,'t'Among'.tbe 6.:' rf1 the carto ',?government'tremnantiithat. & .:.were purchased boat t;:& taw a trifle too well when he'counted out his populai'party, but afterwards enlisted in the weITappoirited"'troops:of"5SnaintbejKwereforced ; '.CiKholI; ;24, New'OrleansOfc '\ ,J : through *merchants 'NewOr1eansw1ose' l itlf thousand dollar.,.Jcir: th.of'txploJtng' ..)upOse

arrows; and the laughing rogue is reidyiburet to. Spanish amy, wbenfortune', turned In ''its td.separate' aed..eek; safety' the : : tNiclxilas Port,:It, New..Orleans;. ," names be bad forpttnunder a"receipt from AfrlcaUe nrnftft themoipo.t J1anr ets1a: -
with merriment t as he peeps into.his favor'and at the end 'of tbe eivil"war.b mountains iThither. hunger/and ;bloodhounds I :Tbe GovernoripftBa.biay Honda repoits" Lopez -that be had heard 1noneyhad been St.J h b7"ashm beginlththEtjy.f!
empty quivers, and then l looks abroad upon was'made a Colonel 1eo olytwenlY.- ee (the WtrfuniabedyIherecreant, ; that the following persons Vere*' taken y1'pai'tfd sent from the Island;and many valuable jewels -! believe; ; .has, a ,course of several(hreason,'bundifed
.the baToche has made.I of .,. Creole l tracked them and tHey peasants a and'retamed beard the' !which
years .age.;, "I, population) ,. various young persons bad come .milk hro1l"bricb., .beautiful and
Yes, there has been a wedding-and the After the Spanish army evacuated, .Venezuela fen; >lmost'unresi8tingly, into .the'hands ship E%peranza;subject to the. order of;the to.the*! Island tore.ceiye.j; and,that, although cotintry, teemlng'wuh.commercial beaJtbr
Hungarian heroine, though quite as' attractive Lopez"' went to Cuba, *whf re he 'remaine'd -' of treacherous',Creoles! and Spanish'sol Captain General jj.: 'i| t. | ::_, they.believed that, in this Island, there,wereotbe' Tbii'nyet' is'de fined to tfford faalitie product .
is a belle no' lorfger. Bright 'creature! Established hinwelin life, soon diery. -i. 'SiT-i. SS:S'._ ,? .Antonio Luciano Alfonse: Manuel ,Ara (resources/ yet after.their landing- they Lil,heriafor-ast commerce, and therefortV 'A
what a blessing she ba been, with her sunny -' making himself conspicuous by his:advocacy. ,A few.fahhfnl adherents remained.by Lopez gonJose'Bojjahoue-y Rnbina Joaquin" Cas- had' received none f that' the agents, in. IS fjrealpicznce to the neees. 'of eol lnization ,
face and sunny heart( Miss Jagello! .of jiberal_.priQC plDlrin the, first ,until afThis solicitation and, urged by sanova ijiguel, Curia, Guillermo, Mac' u.-,States ;werr'Segur,;Cochins &Co that ,.and,of the contemplated1inf* lq.

wu the belle of Shannoodile but bewitching Carlist troubles he chanced to be in Madridon the-pressure'ipf'hunger; the'Cnbari patriot,: Kiney, Dandrig1 Seay,' J. D, .Baker,"Lonis'. these .were, the only,promoters,of"this expe steamers to ''Africa, that 'it_should be 'explor 1 ,
Mrs. Tocbmau will be its gem-its star. private.: business. Having joined the weak; weari d'faisting with hunger, wasting Bander, Leonardo Snjlloilt: .> dition ; that,Lopez had constantly" they id. :The eAJ>li.hment' of' interior cOo .

The morning of yesterday dawned bright royalist party he"was made aid-de-amp'-t under a severe wound, remained alone ., could'not count on'metaljicaid [fn the Island, ,nit ,'a"th ', and glorious-and long before the suns golden the commai1d r-in-chiN,''Geo.1 Valdez and and lay down, careless. weather ,rest or :official- without" thecooperation"''of the 'junta in woold be the result. .. .:'"; "
disk bad peeped through the radiant i curtail received several military decorations. He I death came. .The Spanish blood-bouDd was I : ocament are the New York, which bad disagreed with Betan- VeuLY'atkfns' intenda"nezt'i'onmrJie "
of the East, busy feet and willing hands honored with sever offices i statements:oftwo: ':of:the ,prisoners.. The I
was ',important upon his path : and the dog and his maser, court and Aguero, i in.respecttothe mode of the career of discQery.and exploration that'
were astir, for the visitors here-to whom by the Queen, and finally was made' Governor Don Antonio Santos Castaneda(fit allies!) first is follows nr- ;.< organizing. theexpedbionthat the junta 'wan commenced by Park, Clappwtoo Land .

was extended a general invitation-were to of Madrid. Afterwards, as Senator captured Jbe feeble and starving chieftainAt ; His Excellency the'-CaptainGeneral bas referred to,Js [composed of .yariou4 other ers, Trotter and many others,.who ,tbeogfc
leave by day break for Harper's Ferry, from Seville, he is .said to have made the the news of this capture all;,.Havana permitted tbe insertion in the official gazette, i Cubans' h/sides those mentioned of whose they perished in their attempts still ejected
where the ceremony was to be performed at condition of _Cuba..his especial ,study;and flamed,forth in loyalty and excitement Bon of the followihg account of Francisco I names he was ignorant ;that all be slid. is something 'for the'object in. t'ttw.: Th/
.*n early hour. The drive in the pure morning the.expulsion of the Cuban deputies, f torn fires were lit feu de joieIwere fidketsr Alexander Laine, 'one"of 'tbC'Se'bo 'composed : true, -.c.t. ., FRANCISCO A,,LAINE. AlI'rtrignswith improved facilities better '
air was most exhilerating, and the sun the.Cortes induced him to resign bis offices d the sky,'ana clamorous poujtlace tbe piratical expedition : Signed before me-.- ad ftationof! means.will, I have nodoubt.Aroevrt

lOOn appeared in its rich splendor! touching and return to she Island. There he held made the welkin ring witb shouts:. 'In tbe Plaza of Havana BUS VlLLAtBl.THI with !some ,'ocC & If officer ,of
{ Ang:30, J851, : curt
the Blue Ridge, the Shenandoah, and its picturesque several under the Captain General Valdez. -' '
posts Uponthe night of August 31st captive the Sr. Fiscal nay'once. take up this subject, win a.
shore, with a flood of beautiful Finally he undertook the re-working was brought Havana and the sun of ;accompanied the, Castle by my secretary t : LOPEZ;.ExptDinox..-Tbe.;Faro Industrial denake' say that they will not .abanJoa
light, while the tops of the trees were bathedin ofan abandoned copper mine in the Central September 1st rose uron"themomin of his proceeded whele confined to : D, Francisco,.of.tho Presidio, published at Havana, says : i "We i it Jill'they'can 'show the world a 'map.o/
was A. Laine
golden glory. Rain had fallen the night Department where be is said to have em- execution. The scaffold upon which'was'' who are authorized to publish'tbe fpHowing account Afii which is not _three-fourths btak,0
before and the foliage was all!! covered with liberal ;being ,sworn, offiredio'. testify to 'the of r the force: 'of the traitor
ployed his.time'in instilling principlesinto the garote was surrounded by.thousands of truth as follows !r Lopez. and a ,part of tbe remainder, there'Pe-
drops that skimmered in the sun, and fell to the minds of the populace.In troops forming, a deep square.. Into that, (from a documedl found among papers taken work, Lieut.Watkins ie'confidenta hi*.
the earth with that soft melody that follows 1849, when bethought.everything was thousands of the populace looking on, .Lopez Being asked his name, religion, &c1'-gid. from one of the prUonen :. Six' companiesof belief, he will[ find ample coal fields'on St,'
the raining of water from the leaves after a ripe for a revolution, he came to. the United, passed; He'was clad' in a long shroud -I am named F. AV Lain*, aged 26 years, i infantry, including officer, 219;.,thr eartilfey' Paul, and this alone would be discovery'
shower. It was a season of pleasant expectation State and got,up the immature and worse' and white' hood. He spoke a few words, a native.of Alquiza,..C. A.. R., executor:_of ; 114; 'one'-Cuban 'patriots, '49 ;, 'ooeHnngarian9 of Vast'importance to the future commerce'
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1 to all of us-such fun and frolicking than useless attempt an invasion, knownai declaring the honesty of this purpose and my mother's property. : ; one Girman 9.' "'- and civilization of Africa. for.COHSUNDER .

We were actually mad with merri- the Round Island Expedition., In May*, his !lovefor.Cuba', ; was placed.!in.,the fatal Being asked when be went from the 'Liz of O icerJt.-Generatin-Chref,.'Uar.cisoLo .
ment. The party arrived at Harper's Ferry 1850, the famous invasion and sudden J evacuation chair, the screw tamed, and. Narcisco Lopez island' if his 'pa8 pOrt5 had been verified, |ez ; second incommand,.aud chief; I Nrwros! 'AK'D rat PcssicoLA -, -
at about 8 o'clock, where we found Major of Cardenas took place. In August, was' before his God. and to what port, he'said.that.be sailed ''on otthetafi', : John, Pragay officers'*f the Smp YARD!-.Commander John T. New-f
Tochman, the bridegroom elect! awaiting us. 1851, he again landed ,a..cuba.lot Bahia Throughout brief but brilliant straggle the 4th of February, 1849, with passports Staff Captain"Emm rick Radwitck: ; Lieutenant -i ton haying recently retired from'the command4 .

The Catholicvfchurch at. th"S place, where Honda.. His followers were speedily destroyed few ''or: none of the cowardly Creoles for .San..Francisco;.going first to New Or 'J seph' Lewbhland'Jrgys Rodendorf; of the Navy Yard at Pensacola, where dur'

the ceremony was performed perched, like or captured, and he himself, a fugitive seemed to have joined him. They were too leans., Adjutants Coleagen and< Blumenthal ; Captain ingaserirke, ot three years he 'had. COI"'
a watch-tower, on the summit of one of those among the mountains, was taken on cowardly, too fond of ease, and inglorious Being asked if he wenlMo C California'or Ludwing Schlesinger Lieutenants, Lud. ma-Tided the respect and 'attachment ;;bfwtxi all,J
lofty mountains which lend a charm to this the 29th of August On the 1st of September safety, to peril their precious lives in an i issue remained in tbe Uoited'Staies. be said that,' wing and Miller;.Surgeon,'Hoga Lenrmgue were associated with him jn the f
romantic region. Though more limited in 1851, he suffered the ignominious deathof between freedom and tyranny. not having received,) in New Orleans, the Commissary, G .. Co k,. or trere under his command haa'M&n copliiiiented -:

its dimensions, and less rich it its decorations the Garotte, at Havana. These are the Those who surrendered ceDe it appears letters
than the Catholic churches in our cities,Jt principal events of a life remarkable its witb two, exceptions, under,the terms of tbe of money, he had given.lessons in" Spanish'. .. L: iDorman ; Lieut.. Col.W.; Scott Har- the-regard of his late ..associates.: We copy
nevertheless leued us infinitely better. inconsistencies.Lopez's .integrity as a patriot Governor General's) proclamation of pardon. and mathematics for a livelihood.- esjAdjt.4.i George i.A. Graham; Commissary tl correspondence from the'Rational ,Iattfligrncer -

There is an'air of simplicity about the wholeof has been often. questioned, but we are This was not, we'believe, so'worded as'to Being asked if subsequent to this time be Joseph Bell. ,Adjt.of the Regiment; George, : /' .* l r ..

its interior fir more attiaclive than the not disposed to discuss it now., He is, eaid secure them freedom, and it-would seem that had returned to Cuba, lie said he,had not Parr. '. s.tcor.a.l.q 1. '<
splendors! of the latter. to have djed bravely, and we are Swilling to they are'to:be condemned to At nine o'clock we left the hotel and took refer Jiis errors rather to his head than his galleys. At present, they are well treatedin and what was tb nature. of his relations E. McDonald;' sub-Lieut. J. L. La Hascan, : ,iiza 'Commanding. N..'Twil-. t 1 .
our way up the stone steps leading to the heart. prison. Capt. Platte, of the U. S. sloop with him, he'said that'when Lopez returned R. H. Beolmhridge. : The members 'of ,the civil depart, -
chapel, and there, amid the thrilling solemni- of war' Albany, visited them; and so they from CarJenas in 1850,* he bad some conversation CoI Ip'any".fap n. John, Johnson; m of.tbis Navy .Yard, which, fur the hot

ties of high mass, withassembled spectators From the.Ne. Orleau Crescent Sept. 2. assured him. They are happy," even in ,, with him respecting -some Cubans, 1st Lieut. 'James'Dunn; 2d Lieut., j.F. three years,'you,' have commanded. with ...; ,
landing by those two high beaned exiles LETTEE FROM .COLONEL CRimsDEji.: dungeons, to have escaped their terrible privations whose names he 'notTremember, but II Wilson, ;3d don James *Riley:' J' moch h nor to yourself advantage to

were married. The pews and ailes wer& The following letter, the last that the gallant and looking-back upon tbe.fact. that whom he* believes are/all .dead, 'exceptingone Company C.:- -Captain;' J.C. Bridgham; the Uiiited Slates Government nave unanimonsly. -
thronged. On one hand, close. by the altar, Crittenden ever.wrote. has been banded to no Creoles joined them, they complain that Sr; Lono, and that he had -'no employ 1st Lieut, Richard Yonden; 2d do,J.A Gray; .resolved.that'as' ,a body, they, wilL

with eyes brilliant and clear as eagle's, stood us for publication.. The news'' which we they were deceived in 'undertaking expedition ment with Lopez/or relations with him except 3d do J1 N.Baker. .' ." tenjer to you, on the occasion of your rir-,
the bridegroom1; in a suit of black, which imparted publish to day shows that be was mistaken 'Previous to 'their capture; the intbe. course of friendly correspondence, Company JD.Captain: Philip Golday ing frop the commandolthestationsu&an .
to his person that quiet, gentlemanlyair in his sweeping estimate Cuban desire last,food they ate was the horse of Gen. which was lost with', big i letter book, at L\s 1st Lieut.; David L. Rassan;'-do,John.H. expression of :their appretotion of, 7.

least calculated to attract observation.He for freedom, as, i indeed, having never passed Lopez. Tbe brave Hungarian, Cob Pray PosaS,and 'wbi h in his and noble of the Gallician offices/1 -.: t ;' .Company E.-Capt. Henry-Jackson 1st steriag theaflirs ol,011 command,
presented stately figure beyond the coast inhabited by Spanish. fish. gay,'was killed in the battle of the 13th Au ;
features almost every external perfection of ermen, be had no opportunity of fairly judg- gust. Being asked to: tell what he"'knew. of the Lieut.Wm."Hubbs2d: do, T. A..Simpson as, in view,of all the>circumstances coonee-

mature manhood; indeed his whole tone, in ing. In.their unarmed condition, the Cu.. Name. of the Prisoner designs of Lopez in thiapeditioo what 3d do, James.Crangh. .. ted with the occasioo' ', they con'idnittheiz. *
look and demeanor, was that of moral and bans would be very apt to wait till .Lopez was his force, and who were hm officers, .Company F."Capt Wm. Stewartj' 1st dut tl"irr ., ,. .
intellectual elevation.At had gained a victory and position before declaring The Gaccta of the 30th August containsthe and what happened after leaving: New Orleans Lieut.,.Jas. .,.Down; 2d. do, John L.. Bass; scarcely.say to jou,.withal
the foot of the altar, on a broad step themselves. That Lopez did not return 'following! names of those captured, and until the landing .on;,this island he 3d do, Tb nia's'HodwaU.01', it i is a" source of unfeigned,regret to ua, .
covered with crimson damask, they knelt to assist Crittenden now 'seems to be who were taken to Havana on the 29h, by said, that the .expedition .which started in Regiment of. Artillery.- Officers .of the as well as. we believe. i ia_ to.the.naval

kown. How beautiful and bride-like she accounted for by the almost certain .fact, by the steamer'Habanera, from Babia Hon the steamer Pampero numbered 600 men, excLusive Staff-Chief,,William L. Crittenden; Adjt, ofijcers' attached to the station that tbe-osage .
looked in her dress of cream-colored satin that be bad quite as much as he could well da. They are. 38 in number, and are con- of some who joined the steamer in R. L'Stanforu; Second Master of Commissary and regulations :or the > service; ,do, :"no
as it swept the dark floor like a snow drift do in defending himself. That Lopez, is demned to imprisonment in the mines of the Mississippi river; but the:,captain having Felix'Hus Surgeon; Lndoving Vink& permit of an. extension of the, term of your..

crusted with ice. A cloud of transparentlace rash we believe, but it is folly to Centa. on the coast_of Africa: made known., that it.was impossible, to Company A. -Captn W.A.Kelley;Lien, conunand.; -f We Ill,not, however: presume

feU around her, shedding a softness over that be would have wilfully sacrificed suppose one Elias'Otis, of New York. carry all, .a.portion returned,. leaving ,on N. O. James. ; ,2d' do, James' A. Norwens; 3d question the wisdom of.the high'authors

the clear, dark complexion of her clime;- hundred men-the flower of his forceatthe Bernard ''Atlem, of Havana. boaid48Ornenwho.' _1. ._ '.. were. ,. all. who_ disen, do 1',f*J._.__0.AMM Bryce._*'D' .,t"____,?_ T.__ C___I__ ty lashed:y which nor the those expediencyofastnctadhe-regulations, were estair ,
there was no revealing blush upon her cheek; risk of incurring American indignation, Thomas Little, of Philadelphia. DarILCQ ai Moritio; that tile onjecx was lu go .uwyd.AIy u. .l'L4'llt JdIUC oiAUDUlI'rZlj I .. ,
her feelings were all too strong and deep for and of losing his own head. Colonel Crit- John B. Baum of New Orleans. first to the river St.Johns, there, to; effect a 1st L eat:, Philip Van',Vechten; 2d do, Beverly I mice to them in all cases. ,ui, sir. .me" .

that; bat her large dark eyes were veiled tenden, doubtless, would convey bis idea of Julia Chaasagne, of Havana. junction with a'force of artillery..which,was' A. Hunter; 3d do, Wm. H. Craft high'sense_we,entertain for:your merits "as.'
beneath the shrouding lashes. It is impossible the hasty and rash treacherous and Francisco Corbia Garcia,:.of Havana.. waiting there, and ,tben to' land at> some .v Company ,C..:Captain,.Vic'orKer: 1st an officer your courtesy,Dd tllJdbeartea.ntts'u
to conceive of being more lovely than fase! character of Lopez. In'this estimateof Jorge Bonfista of Hungary; point in, the central department; but havingtouched Lieut, Jas. Brandt;; 2d do, Wm.-T. Yienne.Retft a gentleman, compel to fexpresi
sorrSw feel for the result of that4.-
she appeared in the modest diffidence of her him,.we are net disposed to concur .with Thomas S.: Lee,of.New Orleans at Key ,West for _stores' Lopez ,received ,of, Cuban Patriot*. Company ACaitainilde I berence in-this,we particular instance.: ,
.ei,on the most important and conspicuous the brave and lamented dead. Michael S; Ktc.kmenjot New York. information that Pina del Rey, and al Fonsee Oberto; lit Lieut. De f" '
occasion of .woman' life and yet withal .Cornelio.Derffi. of the United,States.Gtorce most all r tbe-V elia'de Abajo bad revolted Jiga Hernandez; 2d do. Miguel Lopez; 3d do, .' i'ermit us the&i sir, gratefully and sincere
'Su1P-o.WAa'"EsmuZ4,) tbdt it waa''then'resoled to land some:' Jose A.Pianos 4th, do.- Henry Lopez., lytothaukyouforthemanymarksokiod'ne
losing nothing of that strength of mind Metcalffe of Ireland. j.
Amgrut 1851.
5 where fn,Vnelt' de that,'by a-mistake Regt of Hungarian*.-Major, George extended by you to us, in the e l rae'of
which so far from being, as many erroneously Dear Lucim-In half an hour I, with fif- 'Peter Falbos! ; Of United States: Abajoj and intercourse
imagine a masculine or womanly trait, ty others am to be shot. We were takenprisoneeMerdayWewere"ln .Jose Dnvereni'of; Cnba; L of pilot t tiey,were.laken before Matau- Botilla; Cmptain, Ladislaus ,Palank;,lJeuts., your official personal ;With.
is,on the contrary, the crowning mark of a small Harry B. Metcalffe, of Ireland.J. ass, andwerebJged: to return by Haan8tin Serm nby, Johan Petroce,' Adambertt Ker. us, not only.in the line of duty at our.'respective .

character essentially feminine. boats. ,Gen. Lopez separated the: balanceof Aquelli (cant..) of New Orleans. eearcb of.the.port.of,Ortigosa, w'er ,they skes' and Conrad Richner. posts.but at your hospitable beartb
A gush of music burst through the building the command from me. I, hadwith me Robert M.GricVr, (1 st li at.) of Kentucky. proposed \o land,'but were prevented the I, Regtef GrnuznCaptain Hugo Schlyct and'.board; and to.oner for'your acceptance

rolling to the roof and through the windows about one hundred-.was attacked by. two M.H.:Scott;(1st corporal of Kentucky. frigate' Esarinza;.that the'officers: were Lieu,, Paul Michael Biro 'intieis.capL as a mark of 'our: of esteem* .and"respect* *the-
"sUver bearing
till it came fib reverberated melody battalions of infantry and one company of William H.Cameron, (private) Virginia.: Naiciso LOpezU"Iarian' MrPraga.r: Pitr?, 1 r,1p} I paseeI accompanying pair goblets the, -.
: factv
a simple inscription recording
around the while knelt witb lorsel The odds Wilson da Phila. Col. Crittenden, and iwoothe'rsimed, Linds <
happy pair, they were too great,and strange George i : considered .Tn. of
These articles _
and ,.Clinton r"tba the captain of the Cuban I tCorrwpODdene* of tbe Baltimore SaL] u point
linked bands upon the lower step of the ali 1. to tell I was not' furnished with ,a 'single VVm-H.Taugle, 'do Kentucky. and *
their intrinsic value faintlf feebly cx.-
i few Ohio. company, to which depouenbeledwas Line ot *tf turner t. A1I'Ic&-EaaIp'aU
tar A murmured wordswhich thrilled musket cartridge. Lopez .did not (getany Isaac Frtborro do
Ildefonso ,0berto, .who 'VQW killed ,at, Las ,to. &_ txplormaon, of Afrte*. prass the sentiments with which, on our part,
beneath the bridal vale like melody in a summer artillery. 1 have not the heart to" write to 'William Canssons do' England.Thomas L- 0' "
I Ppsas; that the design} of Lopez fras'jUTestablisb.a. : : :VTjLSSixatoyi; August 11,151. Jtjjfir presentation is accompanied .We.9101
benediction-and :united any of my family) : .If the truth ever comes I McDellans, do Ireland.:
Cuban republic, counting on''an :The subject, bf the establishment bf aJinepfstearaers not however,do yon the injustice befievr
exiles stood op., For the first time the bride out you will find.that Idid' mydutyand I ,Harry Williams.. do N.Orleans. '
) raised her eyes, and the color now' glowed have the perfect confidence1',every,.man JohnDahtoni m 'd' N."Yorkr&FrankliriBovd insurrection I.'in_ ,,the_ c q"i. trjaitd. | the"'; ,goodwill to.Africanoengiges: i public that.you,will not accept them ii ibe.sptritin -
; through her.veil.as if a rose bad been_ bidden witb me. We had retired from the field and ,' 'd 6 1'1'N'Orleil.nsr: of the troops, f" ,. / 7 attention -to\a, greater extent..than; ever. which. they are.offered, consieringtbas :
: his.landing Southern tokens,of. those, sentiment, and -1
occurred after friends of well .
Being whaj The, commerce
Thomas Moreau < dodo
in its folds, while a happy smile broke were going.to sea, ana were, overtaen1oythe ,: : Mississippi '
in future which
over her lace a& she turned calmly to receive Spanish steamer Habanerp,and captured.( '.Wil. A..Beeves, Mississippi until brought'here\he said that they'dii'embarked as.o-African wnatonarecalled ,upon them a place your home .
the'shore/of Mdrrillq,at J 1 the Richmond, Republican and many.oth- that you may,live long-to.:.enjoy injJ"1": .
the congratulations JErihose who crowded Tell Gen. Houstop that his nephew got separated Charles ADominaca,, do Mobile.AmanuCl on 1r. ..* and is the
:1 o'clock at he"t1lth inst.without. 4' .qle .h happiness, pyerofu1aItb'ful
on eepw
aiound. a < from meoa the.13tb-7-day.pf R'Waer'do' 'Mobile: night any er pape.t.lo >
: 'Their lives*have been of extraordinary fight.and that I have not seeD him in e.He .--.- John'Sncit, "." ... do I Germany. oppos itipn beyond'four.or:five discharges, npon"tlii"lan :of establishing! >steam''com friends are'herennto and obedient subsr ribed.servants- .wh.-; ,..e

: ftlNit lis. Both were. exiled from their may have straggled off and joined Lopez, Edward Wiste, dodo Germany. which' dispersed some7coudtrymeh of Mor- munication with Africa.* These" 'steamers names .
I native bduntry by the tyranny of its oppressors who dvanced rapidlyto the Interior., My ,William Losner,. .- ,Germmny.r Hllo ; that ,they.fo 1n'L he'J shore deserted,' shall sail from_Southern ports; 'to.which'the [Signed.by" tvatty'CJOTZO ta.J- ,

l be, in the earlier era of mature..man- people! however, were, entirely"surrounded ;Robert SelnstsGriaeoSeneplis> dp. Germany;, the store open and forsaken,and' ba.vjog'left African! line will witl opea:affitrd ricn'commercial melns" for the! relaticnwbile'it I -- SXATXS NAVT YAXD,PrraACOtA.;" j .
I hood and-she,'in the flush tit early ,womaoinxxL' oh everv.ideV! saw that we bad ".been ,' dodo GermanyHavana. :- something less'thaz2OOi"mCn"' ] inCnqgerColCriuendeiiin removal :0 'h _- :,. :lalJ = ) _
of,her,influence. deceived and .the Martin Melesnno- ; :; ; brj 61tbeinnecOLtY: of... free. ptopleofcolor: fromSouthern ol .
Bat the
i measure stow grossly, ;were;making for _. arms" ''remainder of the citiesand States.i .'The ./Sir iThe undersigned, watchmen the -
f filled by the strong afiecliqn of. one.. of United .States;when"taken..- ; During" myshort ;Manuel Martinez :49;i._ ,Havana.. a dprovisio-the, *'provisionsin"Jrespect'to'"ihe" ''slaveswhich United Stales Navy Yard, Pensacola, soficft-
r the bravest patriotatbat ever unsheathed sojourn in this 1a1 nd..I, Have not,,roet .;.Francisjco.A. Leve, l:'. do, guiaj, expedition. ,under Xopez> adTan; ;to,, Las.m : are embric emahcipatibn in'the: .'of of a Constitution Commodore Nxwroa's acceptance of 'the- .

f sword in the cause of bleeding Poland and a single patriot.-::\V e.landed some 40 or." 50 ,On the night ot the 28th, three captured 1.Posas. without meeting;'who anything ecbwbeDl"except they saw, : proposedJniYirginia- settle one accompanying _' ilver:,,pitcher, ,"as'.a':slight;
t .cIae may well dream of .enduring'happiness. miles to the westward of this, and J ain sure Jai.SnithJnsepb Gunset and AugustineMohto'rb countrymen, Las Fjust ; testimonial. of their respect and elteP-; :.*
I here-
from the church that in that 'of Island has. arrived' Havana? *? the advancei and,|bat upon a/riving-at point,,to wUrinat.colontzatjon.jmust ,1irlet.i
:Passing we paUaed npon..the'summitof part -,the ,Lbpcz no at cy4 : ,.r: / ISiTo g ,
,' the'.mountain to feast our rienj*. AVhen'I was attacked.Lopez,'was 4, ,The|following also have'been 'captured, _Posas';they,able found,!tt>|.ke town the tabandoQedHijor inhabitants re- ttf staves ter,keep hereafter,_pace emancipated; wiU.einaucipation.:cannot remain .'Com": Jfora.T. J ,.1J ,S:ti !i.;

.eyes upon :a view as romantic as the most only! three miles off.'t,If,be bad not been,deceiving :but no di.position.bad -.beea-.made:ot,them turn were: they to rn the' 'ofleirir made5'to :withiu the 'Stated and_they have"no inducement *lt **

poetic lover of nature could desire. Far as .us, as'to..the state "things, ,he on the',29th---1,' they. the could reach stretched mountainsthe would have fallen back with his fprce:and Cnstival. ; .
eye i of tlu UniLed.Statsq.R.it
in of of colortorcolQnttaU9uinA.frica department
who T
tacked the of'itha Queen, ; thefree people ,
t most distant fading into a misty and made fight,instead of( which belmarched: oh 'tiPL'ti 6 rt if 2W i D7 ; by troop, mire leaving.tbemfn % repugnance ,from thedread'bf :Yard, PcawccIa. ,: 'ri '.
the'endf.weteJoreed ansesr
t 'mellowed outline;iwhUt the windings of the immediatdy the interior,,v I requested First Lieut E.:H; McDonald aged$0Mobile., possession; 'of the:place witji Cih jussofCa a',1un'dionanddanemUs, 'psije.WhCiI :r .,. Jiilxkl8.fi ,

:!'liver could be followed from by the eyetogreatdistancegemin of.' to get you to tell Mr. Gteen of the Custom First Lieut J ;G;,Dan, 21;New Orleans.; !. Pragay, a .eoronefwhose :'iiameheliadforgotleni : : theyrsball have'meins. for Gentlemen: I had lhehon receiveijr _
its fringe woods, House-that his brotherBbares,1y.Jale.-( First'P.sY..Yacbte.3N.,N.York.. Ca f. Obertoai -somelfifty'lillred making passage in twenty dayby steam. the.bands of7OU rae tatiT. (my'inabl&frieud ..
"on bordering' cultivated fields.. The sylvan Vfctpr, Ken Is.alsoi with. BeVaIsq I ,:!Stanford. First.LieuuD. QbBauezn,24."lClI1tuJ"'k and *wounded; thandisgthey'cd4..noteiiconiiter.the yastpumbersr..vil! be:eagerto, go.;, ;' CoMbyner)the higbly1i.\ .
the '
'teaoty'of' .; asia place.-its with tbe solhude-iu had quiet IrCQilC&DO others.;of.your acquaintance SecO U.ieaL'WH: Craft; 22, Memphis:'" .expected ,syinpatnyampn ,;There.is.little' doubt. as> rx.bplieTed, mentary paper,which'you- hive beeu kad- .
keeping scene nt.I..wiU
we jut 4Ie..llk.atmu..My.
at,r SecdndEiedJ2 G/BushB24Ne, >Orleans.Eogineer'and ; the tt'at'C i1T t the next session/pass address mesa 'referenceWmyetirement
the i to
peoIeand ,weie.attacked'x! enough
witnessed. So deep was the stillness",that ia failed "believe .! ,
heart a not ma"yeCjwr.dail Andres' .iateestinrsiationtogether'with
Interpreter, Gonzaleai ,roofs*W nfiey'ejcpected d to 'join ttem. the1b'e cO iragsiueiiIcf 1be"EDoD1 from', the command ofthis *-
appeared as if.Echo herself was standing. it,wi):.flmmuticate.with fD1JaijaJly's i' .i.t,2JrJJew: Grenada.W !' .. _' '* 't rrtt'tD they tewived| to adr owitbtbisiibjcct.started thetmoontaini'and liner f>tea&a Jt unknown tnattiaa.uygovernment' tbevwryele"int
ink receeelistenuig/ :: Tbisi aaii coberent, letter bt-i tne ,circurasUucesmust P.9PiI.i !I I't f5r.Praardel Rio .by espbersc4jdifle1t ..ao4aectiou. -by which that'paper ittC"paned'I'cept -
: ; f present .' '
Af ter partaking of ,reshnrcat'at i-Har{ s excuselt. 4y.bandsarCwollento &Ia. .'.' . of the werecoti' are strongly i,1avpp1it.': This line ;: gentiemeB;''thew::2 WT
..pet's Ferry. we. returned in carnages to Shan; double. iheir,, thjckness,..resulting( First Se : Wilso i 22Ww Oeans the dactedto error treachery the rpfiee'estate'of guide Puns( ,.where i;, 'wonld J1o'f.t t firii lI cl"the saai l aid1tdri the Altering tokens ofyoutfriend1y sentiments ,

fcondalef"At Cfctrlestown, a\ smallvillage fqm1iavingft1trmocp tirbtly,,corded for.thelast Firat.8ertt,'Jj-DePreutt'24{Alabama;, ,:they bad.another't huCtS with'the troops, whrcb" bU'b givetf t other towards me-with feelings-of unmixed t'JriH };
fl'e miles distant,a 'most 'grateful surprise' ,eigiiteen nrl.4kWri1etq4obn .an4Iet First Serg',Tho yHitu>a,25,>VashingtQne wnicttresulted:i 'Iou*f-1 four awaited fa intheforinof.sueegantlyprepared him write,to my.znolher.. Ip.mafra44b4; ; First SerP'J W. L. Wilkinson 22, Ala. i aanhe j
men, with what were before lost ..reducingJhe andttct! a .el.Qf !I'iI approval of-my course ;comiTrandjBf .
Uaf tendered by, ,Miss C.. tbe.ncw,will.break be beart,} I. Dania ftWaf2! Mobi'e.First'corpotiJIE <' '
: :FtcorP. /orcf at Frin to220 me vjiuclu ing2 0' inducemeijts./oji private eujerpnze .;The ocUOttbC'BtthOfld; thetlaUet, [. I
; an,iaterestingyouBg lady of that places a ats warmy) warsnow.tt tM&iy ;: D.Tbomai1Mobi1e'Econ4poalWMr32N.Odea; L&ioup4e4..''that.w; 'tbestthey passe4; ,10JouItdspe'hdiii "I. government wfl'receiiernj4 'tetnra. the.bride reacted .4beSprings Fare.welL My love toj .ol fneods;. ; L' -
compliment to 'iy % ny' Br l lhe ghrinunioni went e'or"iDaI* erptn'd.tureJbInSfcbrt' ere the lasting remettbraneeof' ywwt:
in time ioj1dinuirjidwbriUiantqial1cied IamsorrylhatL-dieoing-s.centbut it Isinevitable. 'ZIYATZLeta' O ,_ff to'Martitorenea or Oindeliafla? wHere otf the; '1 oue7cdiiseq opon"tae iBcreaserofjeon- uiconeios'andre..ouyenirsa*,;: '. ,,1
the" fe. vities'ol tbet, day;.* ; Yourstroog in heart r',;; ,; "f'1f OfJ llii t.4.t. 21stift number oot:.xceedjBfeMD,ulen,wbenl L nett.ct.it"ill: pleasantiatercoarselhat.each1 .. ba ." ba1 + It IJ
'pnd! and fcer attenJants;.ppeann:.in i their $ S1' jW.L1 C1U17END.f21tttt' its .ftftI.u.. .tlmJ -ofnL. 1orlourl .id other forthe period .QtM. '.. : I
'priaai robeai'* jt ..tXjsct? i4> :: T Dr4w \1EiLTe! n..1 ft- M-rn.e.r..t3,1 .Kent.".QrtQa" Ji nii ed i !i !! t Vtlf' ;1 o d1h1 i'w 1 r.ll&d .rianrtbfJ be ..ltie.a. r'. : .. n

ci,cAfid tbnsr4ear-RadeT tbi.pl.-4aT.' was r'v'i .1..0 .:.04 ... '".i1.'fD" P'CoJ .. bI; J' ( j. At m .t Jl J ': rZbfi 1df fe e..1 :?/ *t21:11t d'A4ih.otId,1thugb ; 4ivc1y'grii f.eIM&M$ :,

u boWeen a ptecL.f'p. e .
.t to the daily routine -1Sbamondale IAP4.J t-ehampion Unipuandby n. ; bave believe -
Any Tbese'pnd.beaetiIalemb1emsofyon4bp'ia1I'
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qu : thtiaioedUor:1ou riaysswUBSat
be u.Bradyiilss1liisois 1P ) t -
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'Ji .t. ; after i wbiolr: p1lbJMJlHJJir 1. & tf t'Ir l: .i... en7Jrf' ''#' S.' \'r'.1'.1., ..t'jIr thedeeOt; 'l'efPi1i.jte ll itB'.tn' "" h ''b i Y'.ia- .fid to "p'1 mar'b' 'MIt' '' '.J.o 'if : .
tfiD to !& ::North,is contemplated.- j et *.;D') } 1; l"' '., be i ou.-1tA 1iJatiu"U' baarOd I L'
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;7T WJtp -O qaeq.J i LRgr$4iw)4 m' D"pg9l" ., : attD8.aitn2tt'N.,tt ,t.c.l t. went-to a.>lracilp iJ:_" ioasq. 1h..l .ti i n-i bi I. 1i lqjn' ".
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F HI L 0 I D Jftlr'I'I V'O't: !. asterialthti'iise ippu, .Did we not .YVu1Yiba4h.r iaJ.-
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cordial thanks not merely graceful nec&sity'ofPeansywnfif( Iio"1IaPVW11la '1- "' : ,..,-: ..taVnw oel. < ant.::sons.rteiefflberinnever Been : st'ot4

manifestation of your regard ut. for The s<,forbidfeg the ingrt/of Cb. 'This's : ..w.. Oe 'Ji til. 'do oa bt.'wbieh etigbt1eI4.t t

uniform which courtesy you have respect ever and treated. considerationwith me daring q Vt 1 : the expfesiiion'of? f"p( lic"" he g.S ntil: t." 'i"Dt'p'.Tl ;' :i. !dead. striking of one' star from have the uefinerundevwbich'they baa."
ouLconnexion here. Thursday,'September 1Ut;I8GJ: ment, however, is notm'advancpf the law. graceful ease an : an :Amen- renown: won soelrfa0vjerishabltv ,

May health! happiness and promotion Apathetic i bave been(' o""comin 'Mr. Einioa : IbaveBot seen any 'ci t" }'
as seem to those prelenfaftbe can'Man- f-Wir. Wh in, she
ii ,bo nttOUaPrat Wr publieh tbe.Mojitioa ieraed :out,of ? rrpmjny4qnarterjtojlhaipeople .. .
J po itmf I ac ti .ffcr'tiM"" f''the':- u1t presehted Vsighrtruly:beautiful : ::Gn QurTAa ;1\i'-
dchce.be.ss] you each and,all., the District Court for, he Northern District, :ialr country to vote for the "County Ticket" ing address from General tile ;
(aw after bat a little time teamed i it. tire i of the degree pub .
Tbm'iilie sincere-wishes"and supremacy Oonric?
prayers to the.U. S. Marshal,requiring all parties in- f1pretq'towhicboo lished; 'i in yoWpaper.; I bare not SeeefsiareandHate for of' *
of.your obedienVBervant and friend,; v>" and.the .ini creanta whp7instlgated, navalarcbtecture: : be sipp we find in,the Natchez Frit Tradtr?
.** NEWTO, terested' steamer ir famptro' be-and pretended that h at any :. ,
.6J1K and.the tojpls"who executed, murdersv'areow ,rough vAt.DOlime.ha. I ever felt tWreare1pt w'aopt To At D IfJCfOt '
TxftfewrRort? Joyaer.E..H Delano, appear at tbe trial! upon 'the, libel,which has in the hands of l that justfce which jtfs r.il(1) '01iblf3b miratioh which:W to tention, or that 'onew o"wO o"b S ,MtIIUI7ppi.t4fIlIfPirtWtj;; .'I
a n4ttrs. e" been filed against*eaidTesse Vat the LU, & ,to
?4 'hopoill'b'bthIwiftanrcertaln.arge % :ot'a"flne'lhrbndep? full pj.a.bun4e4P9O' jtas1Kem.s" 'Tn. result of &he-ire r eJectioa4l"

IHn'' sNivi' .Y Court at Augustine oq:' the,9th.of,".Octo;. .were ,be-a p question with.a, writer in the Convention, however 1I1Q1J
irrh 5Tl ; [ bodies (police instantlywrm* sail ; ,twOlarge merchant:ship lay at tbe 1lpr : m lt
.1';1'. ., .PLNaLCOLJiy "1,4851.iUni&t'States.- ': her. -Deputy Marshal(.Z uvn.nied ; ; News a1.j before )last,.who .signs, be regarded, at.Jeast. for tJ1e '
nioned f : the .surronnding :country'androm whveibnttheappareiI'camsyn; :caprisofl .
2bUdofWaicmeiii a tAi here J and has : attachedthe rpm ; ."One 'People. I think cisire oi; the;position of the '
..J,,., '. .RayiYadPeisaco1a: '. ... ',. on:,Sunday, last,1> :: f fully Pbiiadelphia,and from, fJ tef Vity :dih1, passed'.close: '; alongside '6f his iimeu oft; great issue involved :/:. :' 11&,',

;:: I j'' Pampero 1 e.r.tbe warrahtiof,the Court.; the U. S. Marhl. DitrictAttorney,and tbe H':\ $* %f)$ : of \\fy thev"CoutyTiCktt'tefY' mey'appears' The majority) .have declared t'Ua1i' '
Dt1emen'.1thanltjuUY1ad"Qwledg: top'olone'f
; ; lt i in the bla !hbo1t a display. .or content with.the late '
J of and 'J ; 't : ,arjressiva
.citizens- ] Eeaiorwdf
the,receipt.of Your fi attering comni'cion, ,: PjO y9ct4n. ; a boy lofty 'cupol peroaps Jt t thetaand r. .editorial" pulf.from :1 Congress ,'and opposedVto a renewal- &

of this date;and the .present .of an. elegant"silver'tankard At the'election. ;for.Clerk ua. year,since, i in a company of mariries'proceedfd to Christina bud a fiiievievr of,her; there 'Was even an ticket and rJrStil vote tion by the'State.' Il1-- :"'* -sT.r
/ ," bir.whicint was, accompanied which Mr Garnie was'chosen for that office, to accomplish, :riheylndication. '; ,,of,. 'the. 'strong. tbblide.'bnt' wirid'wa5faTrllfor think it a Tel good > ,Altbourb this det tz!n ofhat th if- ;i2
,die,letter .being,::presented, a<,IS.,. ..inscription At ; f -Jler for it, As: coming out on'your own. variance
la wand of violators. L fluted
the t .wtbmy pnf6If'ot"
took i to ocomejn. and strongenoogb to enable
we .
mark of occasion leprecate'thiparty agi t ." ;
indicates, as your 'Jres-: "t" h" lfn) I 'understand f
appeawthednjj'thing ne < true policy of the tate h ieiool'I
pect a destee. ? I am, proud to find that tation.'which.' h ai'' previously'prevailed iripur the last accounts;tbirtyseven persons bad ber to do soundcrvery.jittlecuvass; Asbe .
have of such high been arrested- wh ite :and r black :including the nominees.of th.! '!CountTicket" folly J! ed,and still conscientiously'entertained, fy,
you; :thought me worthy county ele tioi\e:, did. not expect apoache the town all,her sails were as a StateRigbts ,man, and .a

compliments as pell as CUbe evidence afforded party feeling
the of your'satisfaction my discharge'of Mr. Some of! bad ? 'p'r i gaft'sie asadslowly that even "their own book". 'I ppIe if will of the people. ; *
duly towards' ; lines '.dilr ga't1"d' by candidates, or their 1ender; graceiilly,. : l.b, ,, .
youwhi1stthecom'' fled ) ; ,' f.war that prill.catch any:.more. fish 'J can under-,: It is true tbe State bas.not; yeY spoEen*
to and )Jurbor (
minding'officer. of this Navy Yard, a posi. friends but;we. did. not think}it essential that Philadelphia area silently .'aD. een.the '
f j- -- .f : i ian4.."one ,of 'the People's objection afltboritatively; acts of the ConreV
lion'from which I retire with much made in that' : 'Indictments hat been where she" metoi&nchori'iTbe! stillness
regret. the press should struggle as though important : ; iort will not be binding until they have few
Accept'gentlemen, with my warmest thanks rained yarious of the" for with"which.she moved l seemed to" befell ""wire-pullers." At the hut county election, '
: political issues were directly at stake. against .: parties along; alified 1>y a vote of 'the people bat by tie

regard fo' .the wlto very; kind, ch.J and rpn'unmerited have ",bee'n tokens. plea ed of That opinion'we have since. entertained. and murder and high'treason.,?S vigian have by. (t .J..'tpecfaitonijwljo.Ibpted; Jown'up, ,. -.', ther were some wir.puler'wise who nominated election of non-resisters to. the' Convention

** been the Philadelphia police, said her she passed :nearthat; with a a "County, Ticket, and it !! dfet a majority ,of the people! ,have'decirel
& honor'mo on this occasion, mtftbest wishes .were governed by i it even in giving place to i J Pu as ; J we 'ot

for your welfare as a b yJind' your the county ticket which'now appears in our they officiated under the ,sanction the lighter breeze we might have conversed, with. ed.. Some ,of the .same wne.puIer,are against question, which course) demed polq it my'onthi dD lraTef1 t i r.'

health, happiness and prosperity as'individuals. c.oumns.Onats. appearance we did not even Judge, asU. S. Deputy 'Marshals;"It.'is al0 thbiebard in a"'tone .'not nweh' above making a' great 'many extra nominations sue while vernor,_and again '0W n ;

Commendingyou of successor to"m the the kindest command consideration allude it'and it was inserted without any, s stated: 'tba( :instructions, also,eame" /r m ordinarytyoice'. ; ; Not.a word:'was_said, now,one of whom, John 'Price, Sr., would pies upon'which I was nominated,''and _?,.:

my the .and then ,quickly have b'un.reti ed on the' present "unty which alone I bad .consented .to- ran,.asa' '
he President, fully enjoining! prompt except now '.a exjreisedexultation '
of.the station, I remain'Jpentlemen, verytrnly'yours party beading or: recommendation. 'It did action candidate. I might :
'J learn perhapst elected
: THOMAS the noble of American for his former eBcency ; ,
JOHN NEWTON. not purport to be from a Convention, which taken in the premises.No at specimen Tlckl a.- notwithstanding this demonstration of puttie

.,Jo. Messrs.. William Nix, John A. Davenport fact is a full answer to the origmoTinquiry cavil can justly be made, against the ;randenr. Her powerful armament and per- but that he duin servng'onaccount sentiment the election for,the Convention

and others. of the law feet indicates that 'she is of n .J On the whole! bat I. have been
advanced in the shape of correspondence in officers officiating, or the potency, discipline! : ) ; capableof e as mainly instrumental b'

.. 'From. the Tallahassee Sentinel, Sept..2. the News as to "when.and where the Con itself, in this important case, 1 far a it has resenting.any insult.whichWght! : be of. the "County Ticket"i as is is very accep. seeking tbe expression fthe will of'tie
'. 'lite Storm In .Apalaehlcol. the been executed.' It remains be seen whether ered' to the flag ; floating over' her, J.i ia ble to ANOTHER OF THE PEOPLE. people through a ConentioD1.1 ,ongbtfmy "iJa'.
that whii
'j vention met nominated County political action, to abide by it. : ,
t OoSundaysomeone" had the kindness.to Ticket The same inquirer, being unable the sentiment awakened can maintain frt; pass'for .nto and out of the ports Dreadful Affair -Poor Cltlxenc of Baltimore Therefore, upon full co1\sideratioD.ofiJJ
tiring a letter-mail on.horseback, from Q lIp 'that the of the I doubt if there Coaut jr Mhot.-One Killed Instantly the circumstance the
tself) in Pennsylvania so long anAmerjcan r respect for Ipiinidecision
8 word
1'- cy, and through the'attention of a friend we to learn where a thing existed that never did and the Other Mortally Wounded.BALTMOM .
retribution which the offenders merit. shalt who saw her and did no feel of tbe people; :duty.to, the a Uj'
received the fol- .
a copy, in.manuscriptof exist, taxes his barren ingenuity again, and ,
and who !
Spt 18.
lowin Extra from the office of the -, be them. If it,will not firmly of his 1 patriotic party, are struggling to
out to
Apal "Mr. meted proud country. By in tbe York
calls the ticket Drew's County Ticket. 'pa car maintain the rights .of the SoUth :-against
ehicola Commercial Advertiser. In a letter and steadily endure until atonement is But she brought news of a melancholy Penn., we learn that two estimable citizensof Northern aggression, and to 'preserve''
4 Well, we have no objection. It is the ticketwe our
the Extra friend that
accompanying our says to the 'outraged feelings and a pledgeof character of the .misguided and unhappy this county were killed near Lancaster, nstitutions from the fatal effects of coruoJi-;:
"it gives but a faint idea. of the disastrous mean to: vote for, and is our ticket em mae
Penn. while
violated formed'the attempting to recover several dating all in the Federal Governmentf
for the rightii'of who power
security given, Lopez expedition.She
ne'wsfroin and that the .
Apalachicola, ver phatically.. If the News in its ardent anxiety persons It appears that Mr. and a, sense ,of self-respect which inclines
bal of citizens sister State, it prepare J :'soon to is from Havana and runaway'nejlfR. E.
accounts intelligent a may brought a
.If young Gorsuch and his residents of '
to defeat this county ticket, can do so war son, me not to seek a public station ia,which
destruction as much greater, and that brook the overthrow at home of. barrier who has been the !
by making Mr. Drew tbe fulcrum of its efforts every man generously spared by county, accompanied by Messrs. Nicholas my opinions are not sustained by a majority -'
the loss will not fall short ot half million.
a which peace and order erect against the .Captain General) at the request of Captain Hutcheson, Joshua Nelson, Dr. To.Per 01 my constitue1 ; 'all concur .in i indu-'

Commercial Advertiser extra, Aug. 27. 1851. or can acquire} any dignity for its pro. furies of fanaticism, violence and :vice. Platt of the Alba who. acquainted Joshua.Gorsnch'J and other clOg me to the oplDion.t' at .my; duty'requires -:
enteri'ng'intoa a
prietors or com spondents by Ch '
THE GALE. stino me to retire from the position which
the resuli of the
We look to with him. bar-
hopefully He
' tbat they were
': Our the 23d visited the scuffle for the county offices, we are satisfied says cannty, Penn.. to rcovr runaway 1 occupy as the Democratic Smaze'RightI:
city, on wag
' most awful and destructive galethat by we with the experiment. Only we would ensuing trials. The spirit of laW and order, rasse at ever' step from tbe day they land slaves belonging to Mr. Ewar Gorsuch, candidate for Governor. With emotions 'of

;- have ever. known. The loss of property is to Ihose of the county wbo have before is destined to prevail throughout the breadth every way that can imagined, in a who ran'of a year ago. learning their tbe deepest gratitude to the 'patriotic party;

I immense and the town is almost in ruins. say of the land. A riot instigated to bloodshed country where tbey 'seemed'to receive no place these gentlemen attempted by which I was nominated, for the evidence,
united to rebuke and triumph over similar to house where tbe
their both
negroes nnfalifnng confiidencr ia thenomination
The'storm commenced on Friday night spirits awaken the notes hemmed in side enter
about 1 o'clock-the wind from the South- efforts what we would not have said had by may sympathy; on every and were, when they were met by the runaways, and in tbe warm and hearty

', cast. The.tide being previously high, soon not these displays of electioneering been of distrust frcm those who say with the every man their enemy. A very few days armed with. muskets, and prevented fromentering. ception with which have been met every

archagitatorEvil be.than my good;i" bat after landed too their where in tbe canvass, I tender
rise wharves and before they they saw clearly my resignation ,
'abovtolr daylight made, the old leaven is at work to break
.. instances of the On' the alarm being given, a crowd of of the high and honorable' of their
t wu 'dashing against the brick stores on there have been to many dreadful mistake; ,that Lopez bad been deceived post
ranks. The "County Ticket" we an whites and tbe
1 Water street. The wind increased as the your enforement of the Fugitive slav law, since and'under that deception bad deceived negroes sarunded premises, chief standard bearer in the pending canvass,
r. day broke, and at an early hour the lower nounce was your selection so far as your and by menace and threats prevented any pledging myself to them'and to the country;
w', 1I00rs'-water st. bad five feet of water on wish could be ascertained without the parade its late supplemenlary enactment, to leave a them. It was necessary for his ocer to farther attempts at arrest. 'The Marshal'on that! will to the last sene'tbe great'cauof

them. The wind blew with the reatest of'a' Convention and 'as donbt that it will effect the wholesome object guard him'to keep the men from shooting arriving at the scene disturbance and perceiving State Rights, as faithfully in the ranks, IiI

'fury*devastating every thing before it. No ; who jour op.ponents it was designed to accomplish, or that there him. The day after they landed four men the situation of affairs, summoned tbe have endeavored to do i in high posti n.S .' : *
are very ignorant now nominated company to assist him, but man reused J.'A.QUIDfAN.
of tbe doors of the least beloved every
barricading was imminence in that peril to our
I' any joined them, and assisted them that night a -
show them in fortnight ; to aid in the law and Monmonth
service. The gale raged all day-even un your County Ticket, a executing preserving S Sept. 6, 1851..
v' Union which contempt of its requirementswould few others to them but ,
attempted join as the'peace and quiet of the
iii after night. Before 2 o'clock, p. m. the WHO ELECTED IT. viae.
' whole of Water and Commerce streets was The political importance of this elections too fearfully evoke. they discovered bow few they were, left i immediately Messrs. Gorsuch and friends fnding tba GENERAL.JACKSON AND CfrsA. The Wash.

five feet under water; and the floors of the ;j' and that class from which., they they were greatly outnumbr that ington correspondent of the N. Y. Journal
stares, goods, counters and lumber all afloat. that of being organized and prepared for THE TEHCANTEPEC GRANT.-The Mexican they were to from of Commerce states that it is a remarkable,'

The wind, was .50 high that nothing could the great struggle of 1852, when you will be Consul in New Orleans, having published bad. been led to expect co-operation i prQve Ibo whose duty it was t render them aid, but not will known fact,that in the archives

bedone, to- save either the stores or their called upon to elect a President, Governor, the decree of tbe Mexican Congress an- to be .their most bitter 'foes. They fought attempted to retire froa'b place, when they four Government we bare engagement .

.S contents. 'Not one building on Water street and Legislature. For these milling the vested rights of the Tehuante- three battles'and conquered, each time'superior were fired upon negroes from thewindows made, in; Jackson's atrationrbet1nethe
remains'uninjured.: Many of the roMs ''are pee Company under a contract with that numbers killed 500. counted on of the houses, and were also attacked United States, England,'and Franceto
1 offices want men devoted to the Union ; d.ea the crowd the effect that Cuba :shall be seized]
torn off and every one has' had the lower you Government, the Company have responded battle by outsie. E\ar Gorsuch tot \f
loar steps. counters and goods or store itself aud the Compromise on which it rests. Be through their Secretary, B. TitIan, Esq., in the, fields, and 600 hundred woundedare was-shot in tbe brt ad instantly killed. either party, and that.Spain shall,remain,14

swept away or so injured as to be not then wrongly* committed by those who the following' spirite protest, which al'pel n win the hospitals in Hvra. But His son was sht i iii the' an undisturbed possession of the Island.- .

worthless. Several are very badly injured. are now stigmatising that Compromise as a"WIIOLES.1LE in the New Orles Picayune of tbe 2 mst. their provisions gave'out and it was difficult I and since Both o the gentlemenwere This is very-likely doctrine, to be so, as .GenerilJackson's
The Exchange buildings, the offices over Rail Road Company to : when found bullock most inhumanly with clubs after to interferencewith
".. "Office of the Tehwntepec procure any they, a, ,
SPoLIATION. being shot. Another one of the pursuing any nation in time of peace is .well
Press and
theHydraulic the store
occupiedby the Coy.ernmentof
of New Ort'u.-Wbereal if tbey were pursued, they drove him along Mr. Gorsucb known. For take the celebrated
Charleston, Bank Agency, store occupied Con- party, a w also snot, andIt example, ,
by Th s. Orman, are total wrec"". The The""Capital" of "Cuba" emil of that Republic Meic at this city, have caused until they could butcher him, when .if tbey is ,feared mortally wounded. Dr. Tbos. case wbich occurred in 1818, arid'which baa

P. D. Warehouse is .were. near a corn, field, they fared well on Pierce was likewise shot and afterwardsso been recalled to our recolLction by the Baltimore
badly injured, only the to be here a decree of tbe General .
Is- soon to be erected in the United States '
American of
badly beaten that his life' is Saturday
tide walls standing. The store where the Congress, dated May 22d, 1851, declar- barbecued beef and green corn,and frequently despairedof.
bidders fI'tring'-the contract is to be Tbe Messrs Hutcbinson and Ambrister two :'British'.
are ,
and :
Custom House is is escaped
kept 'almost down, and decree of tbe 5th November, .
lug a previous they only one meal thus gathered'in Jackson
tbe' lower block nearest the Bay in ruins.From'that entered into--who'llgo lowest ? The capital 1846, null and void: and whereas, said dew. ha : scanty proceeded to Philadelphia. were made prisoners by Gen.; ia
hours. Their stock of ammunition Two or three of the wounded Florida, a then Spanish colony.. '
2 negroes were -
portion of town, every house on is not intended to cost much, and as a of the Mexican Government, bearing '
front Commerce is crfe was fast diminishing, when a hurricane with gunshots in the affray. Tbe American says: :
or swept away. The entire matter of course it will soon blow down.- date November 5th, 1846, vitally concernsthe
'road around the Ptominade and along and privilege originally accorded accompanied of rain to, which Such was the violence of the attack that "Tbe arrests were made during what was
a far An author in the'News of tbe 13th PUBLISH Kraut wilh'torent none of the survivors dared remain to attendto called the Indian war, in which Gen. ,Jack.
the Bay, as, as Judge Semmes's house to Don Jose de Garay, but now in what
possession they were entirely
has been washed away, carrying dovyu Mrs.Grierson's ES an article onCuba the government aud ,of this Company : expse desroye and take care of the wounded; but made son commanded the American forces The

house, all the garden and yard in its officials," in which launching out remained andr amosC defence their escape as best they could.', IndianS fled into Florida, were pursued'by
front of A. T. Bennett and 'S. Benezett.sbOuse Now, therefore, the undersigned, on the less. They,then threw' their The crowd of blacks numbered about 200No Sen.Jackson, and whilst there he took Ar-
"On thoM buoyant the h1addera'of
supporter of the Company, is instructed to give r.ns
made land, nearly to the very doors. part and separated into'small awaY.when effort was made by the citizens to succor buthnot! aal Ambrister prisoners. 'Theweratried
rhyme, notice that the (Company deny the right of ,
Semmes's house was also undermined the gentlemen ,from Maryland, or to by military tribunal, and were charged
Judge considerable is. happily adapted to a the Mexican Government to deprive them of were taken squad many.killed"intakingand .
and is now'a total ruin. At the upper end prose by.ua suppress the violence of the negroes., with 'eXciting and stirring up the Creek Indians
of the town the wharves and small buildings profusion of poetry. The. article contains their privileges without cause, and declare were put br the war'steamer Those gentlemen from Baltimore countyare to war against the United States and

are all gone, and the warehouse attached to hitting all round,'' especially at the Collec that the reason given or pretext availed of Pizzarro'(she had., got'off of'the Colorado among its most respectable citizens: and her citizens, they being subjects :of ;IGreal .

Thomas L."Mitchell's Cotton Press badly I tor. is not Talid, and tbe Company conSIder that and.,carried" to all the excitement created on the receipt of this Britain, with,whom the United States are at
the General cannot fee in reef Hvanawbere .
. house ju"tfd deplorable'news was intense. .5
Almost in
injured. every townS is is consolation if "tbe"biadder. about 170 arrived the peace.
There some jawing such a decree or judgment on a
more "of less injured, and all the trees and t "They were found guilty and Arbtrthnot >
fences' prostrated! The Episcopal Church of rhyme" burst ; Further the fully and, completelyconfirm and ratify of August.. .. Another.Iamp Blown,Outi condemned to be bang, and Ambrister >tb ke
"If our weight .breaks them down and we link protest as already published, against We have.( the Charleston JWeirury shot butthe sentence was.afterwardsre
is r almost a wreck, and the :Presbyterian tbe Mexican Government, made on the istbmns Lopez ha and suffered ,some says ;
Church demolished. in the flood, wander as yet but imperfectreturns: from ,the election considered in tbe case of the latter,' and!the
totally We are imothered at leait in respectable mud" of TebnantepecVorUhe 1 Ith day of June, days, one day eating meat of,his f horee, from',the .
'; :Mississippi Convention bat I sentenced him to the
'The storm raged all day with the ; court fifty stripes OD
greatest article is but for fear 1851, by Major J. G. Barnard, U. S. A., when farmer discovered him "' '
"violence, and lasted 'about twenty hours. The very long, our ten a under a tree, enough is known' leave no doubt that bare backhand to be.confined with ball and
S Chief and William H. Sidell
In the 'afternoon the wind changed to the readers will lose the cream of it we extract sociate Engineer, and the. will, in eating nut; seemed to sympathise yrith'him, be Union. men have elected majority of chain: to hard labor ,for twelve calendar
'S Eng neer, Company ,
but did not abate in its violence persuaded his house the members.' Thus the: last hope: of Cooperation mont .9 *
disunion take
Southwest, the following passage i. accordan, with said protest hold the Government t ,t some .re 4

'' un'til' late in the night. So far as we have "Cuba will be free, despite the squirmings Mexico liable for all loss or' da !freshment and rest; tbere he him food, extinguilheduoles.in 'submission.. 'The chooseto "Gen4 Jackson,, 'on the following day,
heard: from, it. was as violent at the BluffasIn'the 0 ge co-operate Missie.sippian which was ,29th' April, 1818, approved' the
of contracted politicians and party organi mage Company may suffer in conse and ofiered to watch for him he tested the Southern. !
houses ; strongest Rights and in. tbe of Arbnth-
city and the washed paper finding sentence
are case
The South and the West will give of said and decree 'of ,
zers. yet quence exhiusted.natui overcame he in' the State, strikes the flag of resistance in not is that be should' be-
'steamer Falcon washedfflne"wafs slept Longand-
liway.The was ; ; that ;
her sons, her co rajte, and her valor to free said Government, under date 2 May, 1811. i ( / .
and driven by the wind and tideS her. The.time wSl come, and that at no distant "Notice is also given,to whom it may concern.thai a band otarmnea men stole :away.bis i wea. the following terms : proved of the seotence'to-abootAmbriatU'
sOme distance up the river and. capsized onp'lsl least when took TfeoVlllof the People"The and disapproved., the 'reconsideration' 'Is j&
day. If not before at the the continue the realization and ( him captive.* :On.Monday .
nd; South, in her might shall assert her rights,'and of Company'wi all PODS (attering'returns of the election, bis General Orders. he.eetforth that is'ADbrister's
": 'All'three of the Light Houses in the district vindicate her wrongs,'tab Cuba to her bosom just means, to pla'ns the'use properanl the Istlnst, at o'clock., at Havana, a high'scaffiildwas which took place on Monday Tuesday ease it appeared fiom 1M evidenes'andpieadinga'ot
are, 'blown down or. washed away. and lUll 'ri&n utlf'crushtd by Tyranny and to communication gres by rail : erected upon 'which Lpe'was last for members the Convention to assemble tb snrisoner. that be"Q

at DOR; Island five lives lost Fanaticism." .?* enterpme the.Atlantic open ; and Pacific Oceans, ; garroted in the presenc of the .multitude.- i iri November;to take action with lead and command yritbin the territory of

& Spanishbrigof War, has stranded ontHe btween reference to'the Compromise schemes of the Spain, (being a snbjett ot Great Britain,!the
S There having confidence in the legality and Two officers, a Hines and a Captain
breach St. Bias and several lives now.. every Cl. Indians ,in Unifel.States
at Cape last Congress, indicate the decision of the war against :
of their 'claim and
MM H BW MMV BM *miMBW goodness ; relying ;
lost. __ tneir fellow.citizens and their town Govern-upon Kelly,:were. spared and sent to New York onboard people-in favor of acquiescence. Without those nations being-at .peace.' ,'ft' is,' he
ft give no adequate'descrtZon' of The Late Pennsylvania Slave Oase. 'merchant the others continues 'an establiihed, 'of,tit
S JVe can meat that j justice shall prevail. .a brig; are .to be stopping to explain or to.inquire'; ) the principle
1 ecne,1twasmostaw1nlandterrihc.: But We publish brief account of a tragic and '"By order of the Board 'Management. sent to Spain. After they,were< i!taken ,.their causes which'. have"'led to this result Cis law of nations that any individual of'a u.
the d ;ruetionJ'nd devastation to' beseen sufficient 'to' 'onf- present '- tion making: war"against: the ; tieos.oI
purpose to
I outrageous currence in Christians Lan "B. FALLON, Sec'yi captors in striped' trowsers and arrnounce -
jiaw ;is truly melancholy.l 'tV cannot ascertain disd-tbm : another at ce.krfeitahis
itAltbollJD there nation, they being pe
1. the amount of loss, but think it a mod.erat caster county Pa., arising out of an attempt "New Orleans, 'Sept.,2,1851." "u ; red birand their! beads. "OtherwisV :subjects introduced were,into many..the can-extraneous allegiance and becomes an I; ooU&w and

estimate' to" say two hundred thousand by a citizen of Maryland to recover his property It WIl be rememereiftht'w stated some !! re'el:Jtreated; the' ,'Sp nishl vass to influence votes, and to divert atten- pirate.'. --w '

_ _L_ .dollars.: The above" account of J losses iafurin.hed under the stipulations of.the laws of time since that tbe ,New. rlenl' company tb'eiw tbemjeharing with them ion from the real'questions1) at issue yet it "Both prisoners were arong1yfOCthWiexecuted.
5& by a committee appointed to vessel from* is idle to cavil or to:murmur atjthe deC1S on.Ibu"r So decided and so acted an AmerK
two to the
the land! The event has awakened a torrent despatched port what had,even to their d
make estimates of the individual and ror they shut
aggro- i r [ General ia 1818. present opinion?, as to. the result,"of can
,rate losses. It ii placed at two hundred of .indijlna tleeling.botb on the part of Atlantic terminus of' /rout with materials YesterdAy 1 the'brgOuvt, f.New"York the"election, Pare 'realized,' we' shall regard this action was approved by the America, *,

- ,,_..-_ 5', I-thousand_.. .1_dollars'LIa...;..bat,, "11 in!_the'opinion..i.._ _of. _many the people Maryland and, Pennsylvania still to pursue the ; 'r idleu o:f '--r". !--. .._M'.t n. '- _R.ll.; I" uu!' acquiescence in the so-called plan of adjustment people, and General Jackson: elected Frs.

-. WIll Te&Cn'off oa.ii 'Wlillon.all afloat.A ue TOOl 01, our In'the'former'State.the, people of Baltimore the; action 'of Mexico.i These vessels! ',on tres all I hands sick with the feverprevalent as the settled policy of the State.' dent of the.United. States. '
office is but is
we .
soon '
'. U\\-SUD clear up the pi and debris, fuller county, of'.VfiiictT} the_M.s :Gorsuch were their- arrivalatMinatitlan. ,, were 'seized"' by. on'i the'Central.: A'mericaa'coast f.TtSuij:| season Fundamental"principle The sovereignty of! the((01 people> the .is Democratic the great Text: iPOSTVGVW- ,bD l.- n.t

.particulars,will be given. i held;'as highly respectable citizens i Wjjjre the Mexican functionaries, la of, the yearThe'Captain lost hi* wife, :Creed/ to'lwhicb'we.. ''adhe AH good Washington National InttUigtncerolfsfaJ

.4fle ifSisATOii y -CHASE- ,'of, Ohio,the Loco Free most deeply.excited,* and it, is. said, that'a :The Picayune, ;in some comments, upon at: rj r.Bay, ebe !left a:little'idaughte'r t :::18 citizens i should) bow :to tbe 'malesty of contains an- official copy,in the English aa4

Soil: : United States Senator has i sue4a'D'J pj- number. young men had organized to proceed the above,'states that the authorities at Vera months., ,,me who" ,;with'her, father'a'nd'aft'triecr their will, as' Ffairiy expressed. '-at, the Portuguese languages,of sconvent2oe which
0 ; 'be intention; i to'the scene'of: violeneekimpelled J on. Cruz.have'shown signs of regard 5- 5.5: ciL9! __' Vbea1ibe ballot-box.111 In the'first number"'of 'this was ratified:at Lsbonionth.234O(45'Iaetiy
festo in- announces to relentng'ia.; w_ .9- : .itaV.Tpyi | i ,
4 J { \ tf J I *-' I i ; .! which wu'iesued ; the Hon. Ci,Haddock-,our,UMrpd'Afiaires
,-adhere to the platform and support the tick- ward;by desperate!. spirit of.vengeance....- to the severity of.their,measures ogaiosthe i brigwaaboarde4 by..the' pit, butiel{ < paper the hands, )of its' l late conductors after.It passed inclosing! from at Lisbon and the Portuguese Go*

.t.QftJae Ohio Democratic Convetl on. But In Baltimore a large meeting of citizens had vessels seized. Captains and th eUu
Thompson man.could steer andb scarcely stand, an article'on'tbe' subject of the Convention ernment jrhereio it is azreed that *
determination is cuL
'4he considers ground the of action,this of that Convention,J be.S be. been"assembled! ,'at..which firm and' decisive Whitney went to Ve'r ruit Temonstrate, The Captain attended on poor Jittla"'eiccWcbsngipgitacJothes i we held fda,,"' language: "Lef the' whole relative to privateer.bri nifj4rrtrongt ; ,

: ; resolutions were adopted, appealing for that. and were directed;to' ,take''their subject,1'all' the testimony, the" more the bet. ;destroyed by British vessels javtw
rtun. and ;
Asides being acceptable.on topics;,as,'a ; ,doing"all ,he *:. waters of the island of Fayal,in.September.
Deflect'eod raiug the,Free Soil docmoestt'It full redress .tibt the'injury, calls for,and vesselswhich I ( they
;: l is true (be says):that the.Convention warning tbe North'of.the,duty. of. Union-, the questicnofrigbs&ai.t4 remedi t.their. change,and no-one;able, to make. :one;! !"And ce pledge we are'prepared* ia good nb"'to; redeem of -sovrreignnpotentate' ot'I Ichiefol.. spoje

T.dopttd"'no distinct resolutions concerning loving Maryland to herself;inV.ber) ;'relation principals.' :tuf;. !l"' ? mi in 'this beipless" condition/ ;j, he;S ',pdotfella': ,' 'Considering>1'question'.'definitely !nation in aDlIty,,with both the high ?"?.*

f the Fugitive'Slave Act; but: the position<.0)'the ) to thft ; laws'provi' ':Iti .reported i )the 'Eco del"' Comrreto : f witblthen7 settled'us to the course which should be ing parties,;whose dec sion.is to.be < ,
generaljquestionj ; o he,weaihet
: :
; f bappened .
Democracy;of Ohio; in relation to/,that itt r t:1 good. observed in;'relation" to ,' ,The amount of .indenvuUeswhi'., '
ded for'tflf/ri/ are': enforced. J Uei aty.b/.Mexicoi'that'at it:conferemie1be. past wrongs, w'e t.i
reai ,
*'JddieMnctment l is'i-wfflciently,'[apparent They are taktR cofdlt is h tbey shall henceforward look.to'tbe' future." galv greea_ tdr' ay.for all''claims '.
ibe it, from Maryland sent to Washington tweeS President :and.theBrii'ish: ; :Minister will p > ..'r "_ ; .. I .
ffwtfcnly'by censure passed!upon by deputation was ri ; recover.; ; : 5 pre1' -Jill,', .lin; bebaJ.o\ ;

*Convention in the,/unanimous<,renomife .. i 'to confer with the President t in regard i Mr."D / ri' ,wa a ked.. distinctly This is the third.t4Avl'brig which'has; herein MWIISI7PI.EUCTIOR..Tb ,telegrapbi cans tha ;Goverumeot

6oB of Governor,,. and the approval I IIJ : ui'iD leports shoW that ,the elf. tyled "Soutben United StawLhtheexceDtioQLQLofthe :
counselsof his ,,{ ait 1b,fb fTai l. meeing hI.also whi aid Mexico'would1, have from distress,. from/thessanfe canie''anij"the '
fcf the :Inaugural;but from I [ q Rights11 party ia:1ite rally aodlt.in!Missw- Gena4'stiongrare ll1.M '

"t&teaientd'Gf!f called by most influential citizens oLPhiIa' Great, ,, .,fliiaiq in ciie t.-.a. ',war, with,1 the l1z1. A8 w i ith"O1cmotth" ; .,._. : J I ,t her. slifi.i.. Sayi-.,the' New Orleans Crescent ., .the pyUs'DkoflwbichIQ.1St; it
1- J {
Ohio upon' IL'' ; r.IOjI 5iJ. 11 .* 41pliaito convene in,Independence Square ted,States .illPt.: ; of ii ..annuingoftheTebuaniepec i c tn, "rL...t 11' ,'i" r. ..J c"w.-'_ Kur n'nltr Stata lifts':';pJth Union' banner, bon.-in teniequa". jm

\ P7aiff&XJit':It'f{ 'J J .5, 1' nl that city on the 17th, .urgi" 'expression grant, udt: 1 fMTbe r} Dy1 Cmmeri eleiLwel! ',th4t proudly. bite is thrice welcome) in the ranks 10 the. tborized agent ofthtJ4SLt$I
fDe ocratic ;pperzof fewarri, [ ;" ; Qhow of the trao';and' beca &' 'baa which instalments' we' .. bUr, f'"to
at4ioUc bl
t6the ff e'thi1 fa: resentment which has z siiied'fmhklythat need injthe ;! :;l> :* ; vto .
smoutbJourrjaT', *onl 'high
ibe Rq v4jgfBflf ( fot. ,
& < ,
; Ot
1' :"i ? $.5. mm"'cyet been sorVly tempted and tried 'Misreprrcea- paid wnli an lnterak fsi&'uftomthe ai,: '
0 1::teia"cI &aot'.bad-' ; the head pf,1tliezcpi.: tronsedthe" :good.people, tJ Jhaijmetrbpoluj.at rta.ln.anytexpetiopof: t ,'Urii6"c* .p"fJ':.':" jt ;wtoffi t.Fiildl : llumb tation;insidioos party appeals.'the blandiahteentiof.old'juid 3ILol.lqlt'; :I*$&
til*paws of;;Jtoi ffiridbtiry.for,Pfesif this hahded.contetnpt of.life justice Ptcojuni fqrther e _--L.* ; i''*. i" :H74f. ,-. I
S; says, people ,fQ ;, :,f ; : fiopolar lead i? bsYe"nqtut&d1bwCiyIi instalment a tQbe'PJ4OD; "
S dent of "tb*! United States, and,!bat.P(jus! and '(W laaVs.tiiA porUon'of .the;''press .of think that Mexico:would like togo/ be.ar4. ,: o ,JXt 611., ia the'good ':_IUM She month, or. earlier at.the opdo'0tth'
D,1.w'J-Wo'' 4to3Gqyemor of { t cp : t&f 1. hu come'forwardr to ".the i tear bopevo}. Governmen : lJ.T -*
'more' iar with tbUnited soWtof i; bury tap
1'ew Hampihiw., New both are withdrawn Philadelphia .peakrslpirtbeaori' ,'int ; tt ; be icon.quered'aiid woald.never eroMChajres Bar:igalalew treason and disunion; and in "her'jreat anj be satisfied ca ortlore tbJ'S .'or Sep' ,

'ydmthJ"! Sk1.t.s evident incompatibUity of the existence of annexed \ |,he is carried'over in Iron!." ,A railroad good labor sne has forgotten everytbuij but ber 1I5 S

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'j certain ,to-wk the-disloyal UhabiUjjts IUn "" fF.F. .; > .. "ff-IfrpIrtnT. I
people 'I' :; .
;ft the vicinity I Eagle Pas*, inform* For Coitnty.pSiten vf;Daml,:County to.bei" of the island*f CnU, Md others their alders and '-L:' n'M1.: O 'n, _\,. t Slf" .,.,-,- <" '11t .r4. H D.lfan1< '.of Es. .- ?. .

tie:lcdit6r of the. Houston Telegraph,' that .-* dated in OctoberMixt: :_\ ;-. abetterv?*to ODUBU hOStilitieS ag hut the sabjeeta 2.; ABO Msor GneonaMing-i'vsr > ; .\" '" &aN M't"of ft"IM a'-rtt

thj'jtaietneni p b iah.edIa.te11.in: :'regard to J :_" .' :,.. 'mnd property,*?et a certain reign Prince" required a return of too strength'- fth-Fourth ;_..t'.t JJh. A1hI a'Vsees&othaCot.H ,. 'ire4r.
*' tf'Florida' 'c' -'
ritk whom the United States were at that time Brigade Militta, Coloael rannuO/ ; ;
that haretsllected
the number of rabaway negroes' .For Judge of: Probate, & "at eaee,*to.il1i the Queen.of fpain? against Tracy Got FraatL.Daaey and CoL:Akxander 3 fki&W: tgJt .y D. Hare.9" t.

in those townels entirely correct.0t4ys I .RODNEYpORMAN, the form.the statute in such case made andproA 1atimoa,4IOIJu.aadia r'respeetiv the 12thiISth ,"' d.paur. .,. *UWJonsetbceO.7iss- 11;." j
he tr&S 'jnfcredtbaq. less than Yide4. '.. 5 :;' and 14U Reg\mat,:of;saVfirigadrn < ,\ ckY'T1. uct.1eb'. ." .. .
"o. .
btuJred and seventy ruaaways crossed id. And'aI.* that on? the same days and tear hereby directed anf mntred,to.Uk.-.ediue. : .. mJ: C : '- .. '
tv? For Sheriff : : ; tir I
i.W'TPON' a.s..Biir.i
PUs' *nd. Lwedo last : ,I. 4 aforesaid and at theplac. aforesaid 'Jwithin,the measare&OfMari i afuIl'.al'ma"" i.
th.feie.tagIe ", T the BtrehgtB of, their : LI of \.said Comtslsaat i
G Oe HAMILTON SMtTII.ForTaxAssessorahdCnUect limits of the United States, the same Henry nspootivoeoamaad* and ,U4IJ& .p.g
ttan .Several fcwndred also crossed at the ; .. -. '. '.:.. Titus snddIversotherEtothiAttorne7s yet 1b'1. aDl oak*a return of lbs sam* to these ;Cay P,7)NELTY1' :theft'thai etrtaia.c Ia Dssdsnts,".e4ss I 1.. I

fords 'abrrre Eagle Pass: It is estimated i-f unknown were knmnndy eonceme4\in) fvrnuhi Head Quarter on"before tho twenty-fifth day Ft'01I s&YWah1o Pi&thWlflbSTUEDA'; u."M- B. Force, fore Brother a C*. ""AI- '. '1

there are not .'k s than eighteen fcvndredmavays i.g said steamship the Pampef;wiUf intent of Septeabet nut, cr asaooa thereafter prac- .*rrfviagSATVRDAYeonnecttagwithUi* fred Hngee,' are now nddeftte snit cftiiaaa-of

at the town that has lately been : URIAH/BOWDEN.. : that said' steamship ahAuld:. oapleyedin' th* tisabI't i i .t.- 1 .:'. : .., \ -- .1.PJoOBlDA. South Carolina and that T.CvRWey- raid* 1* <
service of a .eerts.a people to-wi,'th. *.disloyal -, or-: .. the Sti of 8mU c.rou-1 <;.* I
tttilf fcy Wild Cat lIeU: the .tk of Los ","' 1 inhabitants &be'- '.Cttbsv aad then I dee ma.* xav W W aeia 'bab tSAKegQttiJsomeoarlyiay en at # .pJJ .00'Fr J&II therefor ordained that nofica. to tppm.j .I

2fdras 'The peater part of the runaways F Coroner: ,' <-,.?' their+U.t -_<- .fcXttsyOo 4OIIIII Metili": fora Lieutenant Colonel to fill the .eYY rk"wbioDtf'a *' to leav* on and answer said Bill of Complalat be rtra U

Eire'escaped from:' Arkansas but at': least ..WILLIAMHADDOCK.- .' against the-subject*and property of a certain foreign llSt tMlCUioD by tbs temen1 of Lient.CoL 'Tuesday throtignoat. the year, i aid DefeclaD&I.1a tmbticattod this sodas iaI : f

from Prime;with whom th*'United States were jP ftoa&.aiawttdandwiIl Jake such other Carrying.{'the United States?HaH I MM Nw paper printed.la..**Jd.Cheait for tapacoof .
Bre hundred are it is said, fugittres; """"""" ; '
rnjneuro .
at that time .at peace"to.wjttbeQueepoSi (; tboreu Ii organization .'. flour ....sues a week .onaeeatlmly
Texas. Wild Cat has a large number of For "Commissioners, ,contrary to the fora of the statute ta such 01 hil keg ;' wbeD' eo p1et.ed h*"will .-For $'Engagement*.or;
jhrjroes armed, and they; often accompany FARQUHAR BETHDNE wr caN made &DdproYidecL* ** v -.: daly repozt. ',iheao-H"Qanen.- aceoiiaiodalioa,1. gteto.Room*, Jte ,applyo. that al'eD asit Ieaini.sp sas $ad"aiw.r
the Coman- 3d. And'also for that 1m the same days and ;I. ,. EDWARD-HOPKINS. board*or "to' Frouiraz/Bnifen A CoAgents. this flhlo(CepIiiawfthJ .,.ee&.It.fre*. e .
itncbes. He has made two successful forays : JAMES McCORMICK. ; s the limit of the' United State-aforesaid, the Sep 1851: .. ,, . :;,, --" ,._. .f. Ap. order, a Deere pro eonftsso wfflb*O&sm aniast '
into the'Comanche county-; 'On one of these ELIJAH BLITCH.r ." same Henry_T-:Titus, and diver others to this -:- .: H .Savmnah,June 3,18151.- tbent. *_ ."*>
Irnliansand Attorney&I'let unknown,were hot tg1 concerned *.AD Qt..i.1 : v. CO This SteaTmeV"nrrliii JaekwavrJW for ;; ::r'riio..DOUGLAS J
lorays he hadlabout two' hundred_ --. 1* v'e'ORDER *d ,|U,,
Division Fr. .T
hondred warriors; 'He at-. in fitting ouTthe: said steamship the"Pam- l "f' u. Savannah veTy FRIDAY MORNING,a **vja. I eVr Gstub, CJerk..eta.l4Cout. do i
one. ,,negwt; :JaeboDYme..ugus 1851. '
Announcement. & pero, with intent that the said steamship should i.N0.6.J ,. dock,until farther notice. Beitby eertUy'that the above la a Ira fivsa
killed '
: .
one -' copy
laCked a.Jarge'Camanche' Ma. EDITOR t You win please announce-the employed in the'service of aeertain people, : J-: .: -f iff Juno .;; ; ,h1t1t the RKfords of said Court ecu ordei' gtad*'Oa
hnrklre3 and ,fifty 'warriors, and captured name of RODNEY;DORMAN,Esq.,as the Constitutional to-wit, the disloyal Inhabitants of the bland o the seventeeatD.day.*f Jr* nrer one hundred horses and mules., On his Union Candidate for tbe office of Judge Cuba and others their aiderandabettor;f to TheM1orGeneraCommnndingbnvmg Ia.Uie'CUeolt.* Court CQI.mbiaConsdy, In witness ;meat 1
heenrequired w
bl 'Exeelleney the ijovernor EacUrn Clrealt ar mortel.; .- neTennto'etisy'knd
commit hostilities the and
second expedition against 'the1 Camanches of Probate, for the county of Dnval. :' against subjects property and Commander-fai-chief to make return'of :I-a' and affix the seal of aid Conrt. ..
a f&ttrengtttof :: ;- .
DEMOCRAT.Sept. of a certain foreign prince'to-wit.the Queen TT CUME T. .f "
he accompanied by one hundred Mexicans A the'Second Division of 'he Fkrfda I Isroot. V.GAUm M-'o. .
was .
whom the United State
of with .
Spain were at BitbM
11 1851.d.. Fernandez &. .> Sam sworn to$131-
Militaihereby direct .IS5 19:4",
Several that Brigadier;General jOn. ;
and a large party of Kickapoos. peace contrary to the form'oftbe statute ia such William Rosa VI. V 97-100...

._ hundred horses and mules were cap- To the Voters of Dnval county.-! respectfully ease made and provided. ,. Hopkins//commanding and'Brigadier respectively General the Third Edward and ___Joseph R.'Salter._ ,, ..)_Bond*filed forfSTTMX IH the Circuit Comrt, Kactera:caswlt *t

i tur but the Mexicans claimed the lion's 1 1t. announce.JI1y elf to-my fellow-citizens virtue And of also the that by reason of the the premises said and bj Fourth.Brigade of said Division immediately fWlHE::defendant and aU:other,interested are ,Florid*,-Dmral. tt.mmtf,., ; .f \
this the of Dura County candidate for the office of statute aforesaid sUamahij: take inch measure as will .JL hereby notified of the commencement of this .
and insure full
Mare .of the spoil. so enraged furniture a and complete I .WitiujcB.ROSS -
tackle and to
her" >
apparel ,
Pampero; ;
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT of saideounry wturt to them.oMh nit by Attachment returnable to the next Termof '
t. Kickapoos i that they) stole all the captured with the arms ammunition and storei strength.oftheir ropectlM V. '> AttaehraeaLCiutLts
if elected to gerber said J
pledging myself, discharge' mydaties ; commajds; and that they,everiDy cbnsoudat Court and are hereby required to appear '
back to Red Hirer. It provided for her equipment have become forfeited Mnaicxl') :,
.frptrtyand went to the best clay ability. ; *and nuk a return of-the saafe to thes and plead to the declaration filed therein accord- '

. I is thought that Wild Cat advised his Indian Aug. 21- td ISIDORE V. GARKIE. &Del'prayiJJg due process., *of law-against'. 14 I He&d411&r1era OIL. or before. the fifteenth..da1.of, ,.tag! to fa,.*' '.-'.TV- T'r SMITH' .& O'BRIEN. f1HE.. are defendant LtlN\1 OdW and all or other the institatkm persons btemUl of tao
aame. "
the Mexicans and that be will y October next "-c *' aJ..J f185J".i aug.:3m. .. ..Plfls'Atty.lu .
: allies to rob And whereas warrant of arrest for the seitor ? above nttktelnithy attachment and.wqtir d
Dura Co.
For Clerk of Court I ;: i- Cenrmanders : 'abOrin&me4l1ri11.
j share the spoils His forceappear.to be of the said steamship Pampero, .her tackL, a4 .also .of"Erlgsdei tb Eastern Circuit Court of Florida to appear and plead. to'fa*dedaratkM m.a la cald
: daily augmenting, and it is feared that'he Mr. EDITOR Please announce JOHN M. J. parel,and furniture and of her arms, ammumtio organization forth with the direct and:require acomplete -.-'Comity.of DaviU. ease. \%. PHILIP FRASE&t
BOWDENEsq., a CANDIDATE for Clerk of. by election and appointment far l'I&
hath A&1.
several'thousand Indian for her ,
and stores provided
will soon concentrate equipment of F e1.and Staff Officers the law Robert Ha&ersham a Son., T'Petitioa for Fore-
the Circuit Court of'Dnval county, at the ensuing a* JaeksarnTineJaae26.18514,7
been returnable fore,th -
issued to :
warriors from Arkansas at his new settlement election, and oblige MANY CITIZENS. day yon directs; to fill tha vacancies.which may,have oo* Petitioners: 1 "elosuro" of "Mort-
Court House'the
of.the said Court at the
Judge caned D their respective commands,.and will T. > on Personal .
Jacksonville U, 185L report gag. In
August Circuit
city of St. Augustine, on th'nftt4'day' urt, Circuit efj'le.
I the.same to these Head Quarter at the time Jacob Cole, Defendant. J property; ,
.... -- 11 o'clock A.M. which tin rtd, In Colambia '|. .
-. i October next at above mentioned. c the satisfaction Conaty, Cbajtccvjr
to of
r-- -T. appearing the Court .
"No action, it is said, will be taken with and place hath been appointed by the said Con IT Louisa E. Smith *#'&"" '
JOTfCE IS hEREBY GIVEN, to' all By,order of. Major General HOPKINS the said defendant.resides" without tbe V t
regard to Mr. Owen, our Consul at Havana, persons whomsoever of the Monition issued for the hearing and trial of tho matters aforesalupon '-, OSCAR'HART, State of.Florida to wit i in the State of- California. vs.SBiHf rDIvoree/r .

until an official report of his conduct shall out of the District Court of the United States for the said Tibet Adjutant) General Second Division. F. M.ang Therefore on motion of J. McRobert Baker, Elisha Smith. -J.- fr* p

; have been made. If it should appear that the Northern District of Florida and deliveredto Now THEREFORE you fan hereby eommandt 28JacksonTille. Esq. Attorney for the petitioners appearing to the aatisl'actet.&h Court
effort have extended me, of which the following is a copy: and strictly enjoined to cite admonish. and noli i iaU IT IS ORDERED that tbe said,defendant do IT that the defendant Elisha Smith reside be.ond .
be 'made to mercy '
no whomsoever having or pretendinghave r Female }ost1t
persons t appear and answer the said petition within the the State of Florida to wit,in the State of ..
I lathe unfortunate prisoners who were snot THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED any right,title, interest. or claim whatsoev r time prescribed bylaw or that judgement by default Georgia on motion of W.M. Ives, Esq.v oneiter ..

; lie will unquestionably be removed. STATES AMERICA: in and to the said steamship Pampero her tacit! MISS I?. SWARTj INSTUTJCTBESS.rijltLb will be rendered against him. for eenplainant it- ia therefor ordered thai tbo

I To the Manhtl of the Northern Dutnct of Honda apparel furniture or the arms,ammunition, ai : It is further ordered that a copy of this order defendant do,appear,plead,answer or dear to
About of or hit Deputy greeting: stores provided for her equipment and found be published in some published in this the bill
; < THI CCBIN RIOTERS.- eighteen ) exercise of this Institution will be re- newspaper complainant' wiUra four month or this
the Cuban rioters were tried in New Orleanson Whereas a libel or information hath been filed board of her and sinned law by you, the(in the rules mode of a th J.. snmed 'on THE FIRST MONDAY IN Circuit once every two weeks for four months. same will be taken confessed,provided po&lMa-
directed by s
in the District Court of the United States for the manner by OCTOBER The course of. Instruction in this months. THO. DOUGLAS Judge &e. lion be made of this order as the law directed '
Some fined in the
the 5th inst. were Court and by all other lawful and mea '
way Jacksonville, August 3, 1851. 4m. And will be had of
said alibi
Northern District of Florida on this day by school designed to be thorough systematic and hearing s***
; o'f thirty dollars, others held to bail to whatsoever whereby this Monition may be ma< e next of said Coarfr thereafter. ,.. ,
cum Geo.W. Call, Esq ,Attorney ofthe United States be extensive, embracing the lower and higher branches term / "' .
most public and notorious) to and '"
teep the peace and others remanded to the for the said District, in the name and on behalfof fore the Judge of the said District of an English Education together with the In the Eastern Circuit Court for Columbia (Signed) THO. DOTOLAS.
the United States of all others appeai French ii&4e&c.ke. .
Distr t Courts. concerned the return of said at the time language Drawing Painting.- v County. -
against the steamship called the "Pampero," last aforesaid, then process and there to Miss S. having had much experience in teaching IN CHANCERY.Sarah A true copy-Test ::
at the of Jacksonville in this District will endeavor to bring the best available v S. ScARBoibuBH, Clerk. "
Board of Mission. now lying port claim and to answer the premises and make their' means r v .
together with her tackle apparel and furninitnre into requisition to promote the welfare of her Pupils Edwards } My 12th,; 1851.. 22-m
Missions allegations in that behalf,and to do and abide by, ,
.of > Bill for DiToree.
: The American Board Foreign vs.
the same having been seized by the Collector what shall ;both moral, and intellectuaL And that they i .
.: net at Portland on the 9th mst. Tbis was of said port for violation of the Revenue tain.receive And and whatsoever perfqrm, to shall justice do in the app premises may realwe the extent of the advantages offered, Moses Edwards.3 T:? In .tbe' Eastern ,Circuit.Court
Annual Tbe Laws of the United States and which said libelor you it desirable that those who intend entering'this BTappearing to the satisfaction of this Court .,.
their Forty-second Meeting. yon will certify and make return of the JL thai the Defendant Moses G.Edwards,resides DllYalCoty.Jj'IDrtda., ,. _,:_ .
chair was taken by tbe Hon. Theodore Fre- as follows information to wit propounds i and charges in substance hereon together with this'Monition, at the I&t" Institution the opening, should of the do School.so as early a* possible after. beyond the limit of the Sttte of Florida; JOBS TizmIa Chancery. --

linghuysen of New Yoik, President of the and place aforesaid. On motion of Solicitor for Complainant It i* >,. .
**J(. That the said the The Scholastic year is 'designed to consist of vTri -
steamship Pampero. Witness tbe Honorable Isaac H. MAKT J 'BiIl't Iii_
business ordered that the said Defendant plead, :
Board. Much important was four Sessions of deceit appear ,
WtkJ each
and no Pupil .
the fourth of last
did on day now Court the
August past Judge of the said at "
answer, or demo-, to the said Bill within three T to the satisfaction"of the dC1ar.
be received for leu time than Session appearing
transacted, and some important information the said steamship being then and there a vessel House of SC' can one ,nor
in the
[L.S.: ] city (3) months,or the same will be taken as eonfeswdl JL Mary Turner the defendant lathe shove
relative to and Civilization enrolled and licensed under the act of Congress in the can'any deduction be made for absence except in
Religion 18th of
presented, day September, Cof cases of protracted illness.COURSE And that a copy of this order be published in entitled cause, reside out of the State of-Florida
in Africa in Greece, and among the for carrying on the coasting trade proceed on a of our Lord 1831. some public newspaper of the Eastern Circuit of and beyond tile jurisdiction of this Court Therefore
Jews in Constantinople. foreign voyage without first giving up her licenseto (Signed) GEO. R. FAIR A OF STUDY Florida for the space of three months. on motion of Oscar Hart Esq.Solicitor
the Collector of the District comprehending the Clerk 1st CLASS. Spelling Reading Defining THO. J tc.
Writing DOUGLAS edge, said Complainant A is Ordertd That said defaa-
port from which she was about to proceed on such GEO. W. CALL U.S. Dist. Attorney. and Arithmetic session 84 00 A true .
Keeling of Texa Creditors. per - L. s. copy dan appear and answer to the,421. iLe eoanUat
foreign voyage and being duly registered by each A JOHN T MYRICK Test. of within fourr ,
true copy: 2nd CLASS' Exercises in Composition, Arithmetic said complainant month or
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15, P.M. Collector,to wit, the Collector of the port of New Marshal i Geography, Grammar. the Elements of _' S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. tbe same will W taken a* confessed'against, W.,
District of Louisiana
The creditors of Texas met in this city to the Orleans form and of the statute in such case made, contrary and pro to By GEO. J. ZEHNBAUER, I History, &e.; per session ----------s 00 July 31,1351. It u/nrfhrr Ordered That a copy of Ua coder
Chairmab-and after Deputy MarshalNEW 3rd CLAM. duly certified by the Clerk of this Court b*.pub-
*n exciting debate, adjourned sine die determining "2d. That the said steamship the Pampero FALL GOODS. t T Modem History, Natural Moral and Intellectual roe county. Circuit of newspaper Florida once a week eonseeativaly
did.upon the twelfth day of August now last Philosophy, Rhetoric, &e per session $600
to leave the adjudication their for the Mid space of four month-... v\ ?. ,
part the said steamship being then and there a t An additional charge will be made for the Edwin O. Guynn HO. DOUGLAS,Jadge, Jw.I .
claim* to COn rp.5s.. vessel enrolled and licensed under the act of Congress G. W. BAUTOV, French Language, Drawing and Painting.To vs.. '
for the trade from the North ,th Ann E. Guynn Isidore 'ic1ekt.iti; CesZrtd.herebycertify .
carrying on coasting proceedon net returned meet the contingent expenses, of the teach
BISHOP CHASE'S sslsn T.-The appointed a foreign voyage without first giving op her H. splendid assortment of er, the school, &0., it u desirable that payment BILL L"f CHASCZKT. ros DIVORCE OKDXK AT that the above is a true copy-fiw

convention of the Illinois Diocese, at Pee enrollment and license to the Collector of the District FANCY fy STAPLE DRY be made before the close of the Session for which. CHAMBERS.. the Record of said Court of an order aude en the
comprehending the port from whiett she was the i* entered.Applications' twelfth day of May,A.D.LL : tIn
Pupil ;
is considerable interest appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.that. ,
tkin exciting among
about to proceed on such foreign voyage, and being chiefly purchased at auction and from first for admission may be 'made to r the said bill has been filed and by due witness whereof 1 hereunto et myLS
denomination. It is ;
the members of the such Collector of tbe Customs would respectfully call the attention of hand and alb the seal of said Covrt.
duly registered by Meson J M Daniel A M Reed,Dr H D Holland proof that the said Ann E.Gnynn reside out of .
said that Bishop Cbase.and his friend* in to wit.the Collector of the Customs for the sens of Jacksonville and the vicinity and Rev I Swart, or to the Teacher herself.. this State,to wit: at Spanish Wells, ono'of the I 'biDoiJC, v.GAUD '.l erk.

the diocese are warmly in favor of Dr. port of Key West and District of South Florida, them to call and examine his goods before that p J Jacksonville Sept.11, Is31. tf. Bahama Islands; it is ordered that the said Ann May 15,L' '_4m, 1" .-t
flatters himself
to the form of the statute in such sing elsewhere as be
.WtRtehodRe, the accomplished rector of St. contrary case E. Guynn appear and plead, answer, or defend '
able sell
be to of his goods cheaper tan .
Thomas's Church in this city who is known made and provided many Notice. against said bill on or before the first Monday in '.it .' ,Notice ; "
ever beforo offered, and now forBargains <* < "
That the said the
3d. steamship pampero,
\of'embeuut. In default of which said appearance WEEKS after date I wiH apply to ta.
** a decided Low-churchman.-N. Y. Tn- did upon the'second day of September now last : j UmaIN terms of the Statute in such cases ; the said bill will be taken pro confetto against SIX .Judge of Probate of .Alaehaa county

bv.ni. past the said steamship being then and there a Hi Stock consists in part of Super Black Kalian Y V nude and provided, 1 will apply to the ber.provided that a copy of this order b* published and State oT Florida,for L.Ma.4AdaiaIikstion ; -

vessel enrolled and licensed. under the act of Congress Dress Silk, De Lames of all prices, Plain knd Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern in some public newspaper of this State tor on the Estate of Nicholas SeborL late .of

MJLBTU.ND.-Tbe Whig Slate Convention for carrying on the coasting trade, proceed Figured Cashmeres, P.rametto Cloths Fnfich Circuit of Florida, for leave fossil the land belonging the space of six months before the said first Mon. said county deceased.' W.W.SCOTT.

came off at !Baltimore, Sept. 17. Besidesth on a foreign voyage without first giving up her Merinoes, Alapaea Lustres, Ginghams, Col'd and to the Estate of:.WfllUm Scott late -ofColumbiaceunty day in November or provided that if a copy of August H, 1S3Lh. .
enrolment and license to the Collector of the Fig'd Swiss Muslins Plain and Fig'd Swiss Cam ,deceased.< said bill, and of this order shall be personally .
Congressional election in October, an Customs comprehending the port from which she W.W.SCOTT, Admr, she Is '
? brics Jaconetts. Check Cambric Muslin Robes, served upon or delivered to her,then hereby Sheriff's Sale
election for officers to serve under the new was about to proceed on such foreign voyage and Worked Curtain Muslins Calicoes, French HairCloth By SMITH O'BRIEN ordered to appear and plead answer or defend < ._

Constitution will take place oa tbe| first being duly registered by said.COlleetot', to wit, ckirts, Super corded Skirts &e., &e., anda Hi Attorney's. against said bill, on the first rule day after three I WILLetnosetosaletotbe highest bidder.U
i in r\o 'mber. the Collector of the Customs for the port of Jacksonville large assortment of Woolen Shawls, Scarfs Alligator Sept. 6,1851.. 11-tf. month after the said service or delivery in default front of.the Court House doot.in the tow of
Wednesday District Jacksonville,"Dntal county,on the first Monday
and Northern of Florida contrary &C. whereof the said bill will Jbe taken pro con-
to the form of the statute in each case made ALSO Notice. festo against her at last mentioned rale day. in September next,at tao.asul boon of aalo.tM
J. L. LOCKE 'Esq.'the.senior Editor of and provided." Super French Elk Broad Cloth. Fancy Cassi- MONTHS after date will present the ac JOS. B. LANCASTER, following property, to ditl That certain half lot. -

:t.he Savannah Republican; left New York, "4th. That also the said steamship the Pam meres, Faucy and plain Kentucky Jean*, iatinett, SEC of vouchers of William Scott, deceas Judge Southern Circuit ') piece or parcel of ,lying,and'being

on Saturday the 6th Southampion, on pero being then and there vessel licensed according black and fancy bilk Venting, White Red and ed. Administrator of The Estate of Hiokman State of. Florida. J in the town of Jacksonville.Itt nty,and
board the Hermann. to the act of Congress for carrying on Yellow Flannels Colored Sack Flannels White King deceased,to the Hon. Judge of Probates ofAIaChua Key West, April 3, 135L State of Florida,and known and*described oa tb*.
steamship the coasting trade was,on the second day of September Angola Flannel, Colered and White Canton Flannel county and to be discharged from further plan or map of said town;as the west half .f;lot .
of the present year,at the port of Jack &e.&er administration of said estate. I CERTIFY the above t* be a true copy from number five,in square number ten,together with
.Mississippi. The returns from 36 conn sonville in the District aforesaid. found engagedin *, W. W. SCOTT,Admr of the the original now on file in my office. .' all and singular the tenement4iereditramenta

ties show 64 anti-secession men, and 6 State another and different trade than that for which Fancy Goods : Estate of Wm. Scott, deceased.By J..M. BRACEWELL, appurtenances thereto beleagiug.r- any wioappertaining.

rights'&en elected to the State Convention. she was so licensed, to wit, in a trade between the ladies Super Elk and Col'd Silk Mantillas SMITH & O'BHIEN his Atty'.,. Clerk M. C.C. .. Property set forth in mortgag ,and

'This: result to foreshadow the success port of Jacksonville and some foreign port or Lace VeLs White and Col'd Sun Bonnets,Laces Newnansville,Sept. 8,1851. II-Cm. Key West, April 3, I851.; jnly-3KJm. will be sold to satisfy a judgment of.lan
seems place the island of Cuba, contrary to tbe Ribbons Zephyr Worsteds, lie. &e together against Elisha Han and Elisabeth Hall his wife,
.of.Footeat the Gubernatorial election which form of the statute in such case made and.provi- with large assortment Hosiery. Glove,.Cotton 8A'lU'L-HOYT & Cok, In Justice Court Columbia county- Fla. in-favor ef- :Georgr BnrC "_ _=_ -. ',X1' tf -

will take place in,October.'Mac. ded." ana wooien sniru ana Drawers, fine Muslin .S.L. Nintacx t Co., } Attachment, JOHN a SMITH Skerift"

Aid also, that by reason n of the premises and Cord Cbints Shirts, Marseille and knot gE1ilAtTIah1MIssIo: C: :MEHtH ITS Vt .> Debt sworn to $48 68. .. DyT.N.McCO&MICKDp'fJuly23. "' *
C&ITTEXDEK. wife of Attorney'Gen. and by virtue of the statute aforesaid the said ted Counterpaines, together with a large Stockof SAXOCI. WrLrnaD. ') Bond filed $9776.IT .1= .

John J. CriUendeo died at Frankfort.KyMrecently. steamship the Pampero, her tackle apparel and Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings; .Ia The Bying.A.n4BeThng,9'EVERY APPEARING to the satisfaction of this Tho-above*ale is postponed until th"lrIteor da
the of Court that the defendant is non-resident of December art .i'-f.
furniture and cargo found on board bet also, 121 wide Bleached Sheeting,and domestic a .

_ and the goods wares and merchandise imported goods of every description. DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL this State and county and his place of residence ._ "
in her, have become forfeited," and praying due CAOPJEETIKOS fce.' IMPLEMENTS AND. is supposed to bo lathe State of Georgia: it is Sheriff'sSaIer *. /: |TWILL
"Vermont Election process of.law against the same. Ingrain Entry and Stair Carpeting, CarpetBags 6 'MACHINE-RY., therefore ordered: that the. defendant, Daniel to sal* to'th*highest bidder,tt
Thelale elections tins State have result And whereas a warrant of arrest for the sei Boots, Shoes. and Umbrellas, Ready Made WiUord do appear,and answer to this bill of _I. froutoftbeCei1rtUO2sedOOritheUSfJacksonville expose

oed in the success of a Whig Governor and ure of the said steamship Pampero her tackle, Clothing &0., &c. .. !\;. ALSO; ,1GeOigla complainants within three months, or judgment i ,*u the fiat Monday ia September
apparel and furniture and of the cargo found onboard mad French Burr Mill Stones; Eosopns will be taken as confessed. next betweetvtbe usual hour of sale air th* iateroit -
4Vhfg Legislature. of her, and of the goods wares, and merchandise -. ,JEWELRY: Colagftn, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Also, every GIVEN under, hand and Seal this 21st of John Zawadjtlla and toaDUwM two
imported in her hath this day been Issued Patent Ler r and Lepine Silver Watches,Gold kindofprodu'co North and South and CASH paid L. '. day of Jane A. D, 1351. lots of land lying'and "g upon ta* NortiiPronff .
!T7its4ncCTo, &pt. 15.-TURPE -..; to you, returnable before the Judge of said Ear-rings,Breastpins Finger Rings,Studs Wrist. for Wool Hides,Deer Skins and Shipping For*. '. W.. B. ROSS, Justice of the Peace. of Black Creek ia tk* county of.-Dwral.
Court at the Court House in tho of St Augustine Pins Gold Pens, together with a large afciortment lum'ia'ollnty.. jan 36-3m.
"The market continues firm and arrivals city SAW HOYT. HAMPTON L BILBO. Alligator described a* follows to wit i Lot No. 15 ta Wdoa
one the NUTTH day of October next at 11 of fin.Gilt and Silvered Jewelry,Silver Thimble five {South sod Eutand
light. Since our report of Saturday last, o'clock A. M., which time and place bath been ta. to. together with Silver Table and TeaSpoonsj'orks Administrator'a&'Notice. 23 township Notwo in section range 2o township and rangtalbra

1,224 bb t.. have changed hands at $,10 foruoft appointed by the said Court for the hearing and ,, Knives Batter .Knifes. &c.' &0., References: MONTHS'after date,we shall present all !lot said containing 8.J 7l.J' MNI'.levied! ow: to

and $1,30 for hard, principally taken trial of tbe matter aforesaid upon in id libeL 'N ow Ite Mean- AwoEntei& Co., FKAHKUR&BKATT- SIX accounts and vouchers to the Hon..Felix I satisfy the cost in threowvual case...of,Joha IL '-
"bjr distillers. TBEUresK jr&u aiehfrtbj rommanded atut ttrictly Country Merchant won.d do well to can andnwnlnemyStockaithegoodswillbe LKT, WCBSTCR & PALXE.% SWIFT DvfStOW & Livingston Judge of l'robates for the County of awaoiHvs Job B. BardiD.: *if "? -

enjoined to cite, admonish and notify all persons sold to Co.; Savannah Ga.; .WM. P. MILLKE. ft Co., Una! settlement of the estate of Seymour JOHN -SX1TB, Sa

-RtwiK..-Sales this morning 1400 barrels whomsoever having or pretending to have them tu cheap as they can buy in Savannah. New York;:RHOOUES Nocas, l\.Luo at.Co., Bostun DnvaL',P for cltett a deceased.,and,will .then apply .. ,By T.N.-Mc4O&M1CK,Ppt,5'f.Jniy24. .

"com lOn at 90 cents per bbl. Market steady. any right title interest or claim whatsoever in "Tl e Subscriber thankful to the public for the Mass.; F. B.Looms ESQ., New London- for discharge from all farther attention and.. re- ,. .-. '. 4 i. ..'- --.4 t-
and to the her tackle, patronage heretofore bestowed upon him,hope by Ct.; II. S. McCoMBs E.iQ WilmIngton Del. ?
Spoors Tg&xzniNz.-.The sales have a furniu steamship Papro.cargo afore strict attention to business to merit a continuance .Savannah,'.August 23th, .lIi kept -!. .sponribility, in the- 'MARY prem lel.a.. PICIa The above nuLrV sal b postponed antilth. .- I'in.;,daof '/ .

e .;le .J1i light since Saturday reaching only apvel any of ; ,o wares,t. merchandise of the same UW.. .BARTON.. JAMES A: PICKETT, .October' _' ' "..*..1IIi

-64 ibis that we can hear of, at 26 1.2 cents. (if any) imported In her, (in the modes and manncr : Jacksonville.- Sept. 25, 1851. 8m. -. "GREAT A GAINS! -?. Administrator -

ilarket more Stead)'. directed by law, and by the rules of this Nottce; Subscriber wishing to devote'1 atten- Jacksonville;Feb.20, 1S3I. 8mMA Circuit., .Cotirf* EasiernCi:. "iffBffllorDivo '
Court and by all other lawful means and methods THE 'c.uUof Florida. -

fcz.-Sales in.a small way of fresh beatLETTERSONTHE whatsoever whereby Monition may be made Atlantic a.t4. Golf Railroad Company.THE accommodating exclusively to tense his pr, bin ofession lands offer.and.lot for. ONRYBRICKLAYING, PLASTER '- '..':-. "' q 4. '
$3)s per 100 lbs most public and notorious) to be and appear before nextannual election for1 Director of adjoining the town of Jacksonville all their '. ING..&c.. WilliauAdklnn, ) < 'IIn. ,; :.
the of the said District Court the
Judge upon & Gulf Railroad ,: .
Atlantic will t. ;
Company 'Tbero'are on I theselandi two 7 ; .frVMOiyAdkin
. return of said''at the time and nl&M lut improv meD&I. nrtHB UNDERSIGNED takes this method of
< oo held at tile cny 01 f*. Augustine, at too CourtRoom wbieht yield a copious *, > ,
: Chalybeate Springs, t---
sj.oeid claims strong that he is to do
CLIMATE, SOILS,AND ;thenand there to interpose their in the Court house in laid city at twelve of are' ;JL- informing the pnblie ready satisfaction of I$5EZ
PRODUCTIONS OF FLORIDA Bt B. M. I and"to answer the premises and make their allegations o'clock 13th of October depodto of hydrated peroxide iroo.-gliey .1. Bricklaying;, Masonry, Plastering Stucco Work IT.the
._!TZNI, M. D., U. S.Aaxv.8Lne I ia that behalf and to do and abide by 831. on Monday the .day next., aaimilatedJD their medicinal propert, e-to.and the :0..:. H"'will'tnrni &"'plan and drawings .1. that the defendant Mffly Adkins, resid**. ha
of .
receive i and what to Brighton and Turnbridge springs England for whom ho U engagedto yrid'he'limiLl': of the State .fThrt4sslab
UM conclusion of of these perform, jl1St..wer.! A G; I when desired by person
BENSON of this .
Bedford spring .country. DOUM kf.Oa
11 tain.', : the BaUton and execute,work. without extra charge. He is ordinary proceeds can anN anon
,,valuable,sod interesting Letters ia the. News, we And whatsoever?you.shall delta the premises; GEO.R.B A. PUTNAM Also spring of Jho coolest common water to be well known.to the citiiens of Jacksonville a moUoa,of John,C.Hateb '' w. ,
e Jbavo had anmerous applicaticn for eopie which you will certify and make return of the same here .. _*.t' iComtmmonert.,. found ia this section of country j"a'brick yard competent'mechanic,'sad work he has performed complainant. "*" T .
with this Monition the with T>n.of HaH's patent .chiDeI'read1cror operatmorrtha for eitisens of the plae ho refers, to as an j: lies OrjerMt.a.t'abeirigbetMtothof4
at time and
could oo,together already .
we not >ry, and being desirou givo a* sept.,2, IS5 .. td. where:the ISnes'S
upl place aforesaid. ..r. only on* in:this vicinity, additional vidence of his qualifications. barged to the eomplalna.fi;Bi1.a* ::
'orldoelrenlaUoa a* possible to the Information they Witness the oG-.haao H. Branson demand for brick if greafand rapidly increasing term of the Circuit Cov.n to bd hoUoa ia.aM lit

ontai i w'o'iniido arrangn |to have apaaphrflct r Judge,of said Court, at the Court Houi-e, 'Thirty-DoUarsIteward.-' ,- a framed kitchen stabl. *;and..carriage &: Cast and Moulds. for onia JOHN*ntalplastering2sofarnisbed. 1tt,;- county of Alaehua, at Ne1FD&DSril1e' tta. tM

s. in .tbe of St ,this ;RANAWAY from'th* Turpentine nou9aad a two story dwelling house fitted for ; end Monday in Dooeiaber next,ProvVted,tkal a>
[L. ] city Augustine 18thdUy place
uitoaof them : hexperieD
published speedily a*possiThI Also a numberof 'N. B. To Plant.no would say he ha ma lawdimW .
'. of ia of of tbe'Subscriber on or about the middle twelve rooms,nearly completed. copy of tin orderbo l18hec1u-tM
*.' ; *edition win be ready for delivery fD''afew Lord 185 September: ,> :th"1ev_ : our 'I' of August last JDP1TER, aJeel'aboat eligible building sites and garden Iota within a in putting: Sugar Batteries and solicit for the apace of three mABthft. .

day, at Twe1lt1-cTe Cent a copy. Clubs at '(Signed) G. R;'FAIRBANKS, 45 5 feet 10 or U inches in height Hair inO*of tbo Market' house, unsurpassed by any' .JnthUvwinity work in that line confidant that he can give', 1'aO A.S. DOUGLAS dco. ksA'tru
satisfaction. Charge moderate. : .:: _: .1i.i (r\
: the( amplest
.e7 enclosing one dollar will receive by Clerk.Gw .,, sugntly grey; quick spoken (shews hit teeth when "- '
) to._ 1 \t. J. I. W. Bt cIId
>: W. CALL U.. 8.'Dist; AUorneyJ speaking) and with an air of importance and preteDdl : :For furtherParticularIJacksonvifleSept.4l85l.app n ;, 54Mm
.man I eopiea.; .Editor* .In this, and other States 'Ar&coiT.' JOHN to be a preacher. ,The said negro ha been JOs. S. JJAKER.$ Jack \ii1ei'fa 29; .1851.. ly y'wnansvnia.'Sept.. 1JL-H --

arfll oblige a*by giving this notio* one Insertion : T-MYR1CK.U.S. Marshal.. a*en frequently by the other negroes on the place .. tL tlf I 'c" :.j'J-"
.J will and M no doubt prowling reeeIvp'&ipy of th..twotka By GEO.,J: ZEHNBAUEtt. .: ; ; O'AB'D' _. -, u4n9J'JT y .tiYjt
T .Deputy.Marshal. hood.'. Ho ba'visitedUIyn*County,Ga., and !A ., reby'ain, that the Firm of :Two Story ,Dw;lfii a-- .
.NP.- : .- may bo found on th. Road ",: .' : :_ t! NOTICE fc'TITUS;IJ this I day dissolved A-' *"?******eea *
18 'HERE ,The above'Reward and ;.all'.suitable xpeoje Dr. JOSEPH U.l.WRB.l : mntosj consent JAU *>holding..claims. .; iSBgedfa fi ntSaaft.
nr oaths 23d NOTICE flY GIVEV,to all will be paid for his apprehension and.ssf delivery determined to:reum tb* practice by pron .
DIE Dst; ttlspUce Inst. of DropBy whomsoever, of the Monition issued :, ..J" HAVING, his against said Firm will pteM present.them w.ILIh.F.RElfr.HforMWe..D& -' _. .eoesIsrJ-.u&.baldIt4-a
Intotheeount7JsilofDuYsieouuty' professional .
; lom AUCUITDCB eldest of'John' C. oUbe District Coort of .. .respecttiatlfrtendert -s-- ,snt PsO1i4to To,- ae P .
Ion and out the United State for : ..HENRYD..HOLTAND.Jackonvfl .. Mrvieoa to tin public in the everal dpartmenlaof *- .. w.
.jMnV1H!uatoa.of EnterpriM,; *d thirteen yean the Northern: District of Florida and :deliveredtomeofwhlchtbefollowiziglaaoopyz '" .. ., *? Sept. -, 23:'1331.: i.I. '..v ,"tt < 'j, MEDICINE,"MIDwIFERY.-and u"S_ 'S L F. T.f'TITUS.' ', ., et the.*ceIIeus'witeifr13NUndiaQtsbff4 py1J1JaeZI1&'VC5t&bIOP2d5.ed& .

.,7id wvea. Bonth V ., SURGERY: H.lattenhllfthaUUloroogh' Jacksonville,August 3.i8L: '7-lm.., ,? : u.ALSOe'J'
,TaE PRESIDENT OF-THE UNITED BuRk'INGTONHOUSE; ., courSe Collegiate and 1 Medical Stodi*; tile th t. $
1LUULDA.rILIv Lecture*,dader two THE sUBScRBE1ttheTiniehased! jy-yggcwoma .
benefitof of Private
: ti'1'ATr.:8 JACKSONVILLE a coarse
A*..rtr&l, at, tb, .* Jaek onvifl. Hoc.ei.co. pF.AMEKlCAt BAT dUtinguUhed Professor iofS rgrfoonnectedwUhitJfl 'Empire MiDa:w\asmuned-the payawatjfj all ...eooIt.. "W II_uv ... ""'t..1"r.P1 .,;'.II'
'' 2' JP.I/NWtJ.m. District of fierida SUBSCRIBER respectft&flyIntorms the the 1s1&Fir. ofCarctea 'J --" -
r [CoI Brzioiox, Pr prletor.] .- JLrtmbBe in that this How will be all .reo'M di al CoUegevtogetW with'bin ttattandlng ; .
general, .
': ,,or h.ss Deputy, greeting:: ) of disease'to different *,Tltus-Affp.rsoue; iaring'daIaagainst' : I
-6 pL 15,-M Haer. FIn !, G"WCaJLTal1 Where a libel 'or information hath this i completed and prepared tor the reception of Boarders pact experience aiurobervation .for .eral. DId}pjna' rUl pl aT.them*with 4o4italoiag fear hundred aMfuety..lghl eesesbm -

n.i*>ai John Getur....C) Johff Poacher Fla; boss filed U the District Court 'of the' United day by.the,first;day' 'of .October,next,-having thwaetivf.latitude praetle-of*,who engaged bill.profession,wiU:*na< >KP JclJrrOS1l4 Eiq v boltthaathorM.CU7j rate__lands SoptMr'*te .n l '.- ,
.pUinjTownendHorsj ,.and Grsst N Y; titate for the Northern District of Florida about fiv* hundred fe t front with plaaa ID front tolth afflicted bed Are&i' AttorMTw tile 1Uleri1lor.:1! r- tJauw.' rI" ., -.. j
; by essential mild .
Mt'roabart1o. IS. ;W Jooos, Fla; CoL H. Oeo,: W.',Call':E Attorney of .the- United and rear, making a* comfortable any House blm.toafford eoDUe&heir...hai ri'. If TT H..r. FRENCH-I .. r- .. '-> .! .., .J_ P# '
oj' wboa&y Xt
T Titsdo. Johnjon SariJ Dufoirn in th* South;Sand will.be able::to.accommodate K& fg4T 7..J" t
feEr : i
States for-th said UUtrict, ia the name and ton ,C.kfn*either th*twa.rouuaiwJIl be act : . v n.t to, -
W. &nq .J LDutou.Jr..: A B Dnfoor, St"oodardrT behalf the United $atea, and of all others over ono hundred,and anT,,persona.'= Ho would \ .. .' .
concerned with ; t' kIisiSI1II I
equal promptitude..r .r-' -. L>' 1 wit One Plantation eoutainiugiiz
to those the South I
aQ'r..T Tala E EBnekman, ay visiting rVntlCfi"rf. .
,against the steamship his Pampero, now H. 'Tie fndwb&Too1aiooITtJ'a: : for health, and the benefit of :! v. CoriT:. .. -
t tI.1 boos ZeJaDbHera"S& A ; W D lying attM: port of Jaeluwn' !*!iaf this District,> our deUgbfah1fmakIa. 'gaged'ahisofflo*oa hi*,turn In the"wei ..., IQNTK&sedaterEsbflxet; raj 'd
: .
Esbsiiks,8 N Cuia.-Foti Cran. 22, M A together with her tackl,,'apparel and farnjture ha bad an eye to their especial comfort,'and herb oflh.TOWD&.".t." 3 'j s&:%; "\ :;aeeounte and voncher to th*,P.OiIoJ'dce of h OI14I'othei
mi ha made his to make all who T\ :
arrangement 4.
J5i; F5tJ4. )oaiGnaby,4o: *< and tha arms ammunition- and-stores provided .him.caL comfortable and well eared for magIv ..!I ".:UaokonvinarABfttstM,I l,?|I .i'!Io.i.,. Probate arthaAdmmltrato7ar. ColDmbla ,: r'Jk'final. --*etle-M"* ... .. ..
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__ __. for her equipment, the iim.'bsvlng been seined .His table wW b."under the rinte-dano ofUKSV tP r **!t > ... -
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3T b1Sb. Collector of said port for violation of the .Yoan : > .N tl e Rsalh.o4,4cc._ >jfVti i1 :
.1 For'Sale' .' i \ law of.the United States and which said libel or b*r flatten a Indyotinnch.xperIosc.bwiroidsid himself; hi shalf: no> b*'out x: .ESS' JtjaI batt 'pprn" ,.. ; p,_,._. UJ4SVr4 t k '_
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RO"Lt' L :.ii Information propooadi and charra In substanceaf "c ;.lM. '
a "J. riV5lledb7aYU0UMlfltbO8Outh.AndiAvifUof r, o..J adgo oTP bato.f-.\I1.. ., ' bJDT.J" : '
;= .' 01. issuIng ii witowuir.. ;:: .-l'h': rbthsWIlblith fact thuboriber onto E4&teOtW.. iii.ut1Qt" 't't t.fiIU"J t Il..j. L' -
.rJ : Ibis ha'determined that. for Letters of Aiu inistraU n ., 1- .. .. ':.
z'lOO4 e1Ja.. J.pArd. $UmlUof .thi"'t1DttecitdeI exertion to th Cf .J I : -;'f' .. .r : f; 4
l"" "' hU :merit patrouaw Which shall I yzA ,$ f ;014' ; : ItQ
u'r. M4 .Jaeel &;lf;the District aforesaid,on the shall E$JIXZAtX4r .1U.e.<,, aau.tun -' '
.,"- e.top an4 b*b.stowe1opon hioii bo without, regard.to 'J"< "i"# i-l .t t.uda. .te
1r A. 'honored ;
of D. .1nREPARATORY\o.
flnnJi cotton alicia, August, ttghteea and toil *' *-*- -- -,- -- < 2I,1S1. i .t.6t ,. t Stt '
Aogud -
t or ezpeuse. g' E3. i
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THE PLORI:. D: CAl| i i.,11.t. U.-t: .. '. inri: irj: y-United eutwj from the ISOkday F.brui'418teicePtint .'TowrthipweVfexeepUse Uon't. *-:,r ;'"Il.uli. i Ii

is rutxnE3$ivjLsxrTiU'ix&iYt- j :' I ; ,..r. mad mJter the ,I I ; those rOute*.nnderwbfch+r\.0 twenty-six,oadthlrty-lbnr t.4bJrty.oix,1 uel.oWublp'tweat1.lot commended mo t* 4oet.Meee .'.
1ANjLO.XECU8T.'ll f
JkonYI11i.DuTh1COujE:.SV;b.OOLUtBUS ; :. :4lZiit- p E isf&? ; 4Lt&n? 'A>t&f*t T I: iftenJsf"commenchaient, .' tsispeeifled> l riDpUTeD U. I'rlW twenythree C\- ;tG'ea7.IIo.m EUeaf 1reenrtlvIt.4'happy :
: r, .: ;1 h.l Zdfer. the SOth.of: Jane" 1854; roclusivei wilt barecelvedital The western.tier of.sevtlcnJ4tqWh1p i
W ,
.t. ;; 14EWTk14 ) : / every tonga ;manuscript, or.paper I the'Contract' Office ef \y Pod'Offi&DaIt'q; ,of rang twenty.- ,_ ;--. .1l ., 1D111U.k fOOJ'l..JJ o1JIIt S5Iot
.. ,' 1 t :M &'! O'Brienfl .any.ikind ;npoa Kwhichinformation-shsil;be 1 1r'llg meht.'lnthe'*ify.'f,Washington/until/ 1A' of"| Township twenty,(except section* three, four ma1 beeom6 ; be".1I&talbea1lUeUd'triCII
.4.__.. uan' '-itr" manum.T p&1&V"'L' ,\Wt smt.l: ': .ke or communicated Id"writing,or by mk* the 8th day of December, 1851, (tobe decidedbythe \line, tn, thirty-five-s3i ;4 J ; o' ATTOIUCETAT.LW. i hn\brmaikte'.L mentioned 1. *13th 'da-oNth&.t.amem011th. ,] oath: 1 wen7-tw'j.> T a ? : 5.; udlloft'retat41r" 8IIdJiIa&YIt ; ,.
.ftc1edq 1' -
b s every, aUQna time hereinafter.Bwifiedrii' l Townships fourteen, [ x'leettonl. :thirteen I :. :4AS.s 1
routes and in the manner'and, ,
!lpU9D1.\tj paid,> ort:tie,eipfiratloofe .ip' Coir&la*;' ".) nic. balf-ouBce weight named la fractionofsn'this table ounce-". ;I ... ,:-'.. *" : :* -*1' '4y 11,and twenty-four,] sixteen,[except sections one to ITo. .E..- ,,tf--7._. 1'( .. IMit't.
J? single thirteen and twenty-four seven- j
J. /* year;art charged#4., I aD'adt. 'FLomD< ;1.1 three,eleven to .
rat*is to be charged .'>- ; .. f.S v. ; rJ laq--.s
AJrertliemenU Inserted at the following Office af'.l&to.JOmo at Newnansville. { hh' ," ',' '- !V 1 Men, elrtteea,nineteen;twe.t1onet twenty-two,.
( 8f61'From Mariannato.,Ochesee,9mfles.and, : of twenty. Dear Sir'J bv1iJyonr TfII1
< and
; .1\twenty-eight,, twentynine, range 1'aJ..w.of"
r t l diii' : (of twelve lines)for -':.- : .: three times week. "i \ cine for Diarrboe*'U4 find it b .
{ tna peraqnsN, 8. W..,.BAKER : ;, 'ed' .back; a ;1 Lhree a* y (as the Tkxti
zubs .: Leave Marianna eveTyMonday.edii&dayandFridaylpm : # Motion sixteen, Wed ear*for this *Jsese lSSlor
Uu first and Sevtnty-Flv Cent for every I ,. Townships'fifteen;exeept one,] dangerous ,that J
liberal ATTORZJEY-AT. LA IF. : .' a. ;, ,; ? tf i I[except section*five Jo,eighty and seventeen to ever known beard of My fittb da
0 dymb.ade.. ,JJJ transient Advertise; i 4. C'X.. NyibIt. iSLORlDA.Rfe : '. ., '..,<', ':1, ;) -.'.. ',. ''j o 'I "t. 'I Ochesee every.Monday!,Wednesday,[.j eept sections two and eleven.]twenty,twenty-one, t* almost a skeUtoii. :f St"1

menu(exeeptbypertonih& anumlng LOOonJtttwitk u; : .," ",;, .." "71::" .',. '. -...lv: ., ..;.. _.8 e .. I .and Friday am t -,-. 1 twenty-two, twenty-eight/and twenty-nine, of aBoUliofyoui 'JNOL\N'LQXECVSTLa.
4 "
to : ". HonW. Savannah ] twenty .j '
the office) mutt be paid! for previon pabli- ;: FLTMIHO ,2 range ; .
'or ,
t trips and
"" .- '" r .0'. -Bid for weekly, also for $semi-weekly. ; proving may wen by thott
ct1 i...". "" .:' "-'l:- March 20..tt it"" ".. I.,, '., .- ':1 r. g. .2 -.areinvited.* *' ;- -. .', .. of.the base lint and east of" ,tke.prindpalneTididn IieT. KespeetfaDy; ,
OJ J'o., } Asri2snilea, '. ." AV
"JI'.oda1..diatance can govern their.remit .0. : I 3552,From Marianna to. 3 : 'CO. :
by the following rateat ./ OSSIANBHART: : and back, once a week. ... ; ,? ; r: Fraction of,township.oneeart_ ,of the u1r&DJ1ee .ToZa.PolnsetEq. ,
tntelflb? !!advertising, WHEN PESPAIB. :Ct,.Ct,. Cts. Cts.: Leave Marianna every Monday at 6 a u. ; river of sixteenSections ;' '" "* ;" '. : ,
One'4urt (twelve lines) published six months A ATTORN-EY, 'T'.LA'W, 6 same day 1 range nhietbbteeflt4 f- -&t. NIOIOLAS,Fla,July* wi
j, : Weighing i 01. or under,big f. :Arrfn at Abe's..Spring by pm ; eight and. fifteen, ; '
ftr1" t 1--- $10 00 KY WS FZ Two for six months, -1500 Practices In the United States and State Courts Over 101. and not over 101. 6:"12" 2' s Arrive at.Marianna by S p m same eta,., it thirty-six in township two;of range seventeen. / yon MedidnfteafledvlNDlANnLOXECUST,,
qriares ,_ of the Southern District of Over ci. and not over 14 01. ,9'.;18'.S Bids for two also for threat trip a week Jar* -Township one and fractional. township.two. ,of permanently eared,twoof oorNegroeof*.
\ '"Legal and other Business Cards,per an 10 00 Ju ford Over 1} os. and not-over 2 os."12, 2 60Over2oz.andnot -,. '. .invited.'M ; .range twenty. _" TIre.iarrh a. 1 tak '' in recom-

flot1cejt1ebtonand creditors, 700, 1IOt over 2}01.'15 S 45 75. 3553 From Pensacolaby Apalacblcola,SC Maru Fri tional townships one,and two, of range your valuable Medicine- being 1rItho.at..tqn:

c Application for letters administration, 500. JOHN O. HATELY WHEN UNPAID. .and Cedar JCcy.to Key West,- miles' and" twenty-one.: I. one of th* beat and safest remedies for thl"rtM
bock twice a month..fl" At'>. :C..7 pint have beard of or wen.. Yours trely ,...
dismissal Administrator Single' rate,as. above ., 10 10 15' f 'At the Land Office at Tallahassee, commencingon ;
for as -
t Notice of Application : A % A W. I. Bidder to state distanc and schedule of arrivals .W.r O..MclNTYJU: .
ATTORNEY : Tr, Over 102. and not over ( ,20 ::3' ""' Monday; the- seventeenth .day :November : t
00 1811(1 2 t
i !
$10 NEWNANSVILLE Over I ox. and not over 1 8, 30"', 4 .- and departures. will next, for the disposal of the public lands within r.Q, '. ... .. : ;
For annooncement of candidates for office, 5 00 OFFICE Over Ii os. and not over 2 01.2.4 '40 '6. Proposals to commence at New. .Orleans. the following named townships,vial ;JACUOXVILU*,June 9th, ISSIV ,
No announcement will be made unIes the same EAST FLORIDA tf. Over 2 ox. and not over 2j : 5 :5 : be considered.i, Fofanid: ., ,*. Soutl.of the base line and east'of the prin l. Dear Sin -I'have nsed .cmI'adtaa'LoI_ _
.. accompanied with the amount charged. sept.11, NOTE.-From and after the 30th'J one 1351,the 1 (or we) of propose to, carry ,. .. pal meridian. la my family and hare* bond-it a very vahuUt:

Editorial!'notices for'private benefit will be United States Mutual Insurance mode of computing the rates upon inland letters the mail on route No., T '-, fromto _,.: Fractional township four of range two.Townships .' : remedy for Diarrhoea. .1 take'.great. pleasure la
it the -
to public.
-i;letters from one office within the United of the Postmaster recommending. -
the advertisement eight
the to of nine.
double rate of advertising. agreeably seven and range -'' .
charged '' ;
notices will Company, States or Territories to another/and alo'upon General dated 9th August, 1851,and by.-they' following ..1'Townships five, sir, and seven, and section six Respectfully : JiE.TOWNSENTX, -
Religions;Obituary,and Marriage WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. letters between the United States and Britsh mode of convey anca vii I'' .> : to eight. seventeen to twenty-three'and twent,. Egbert.PoinsetOEaq., A

be published gratis.Communications. North American provnces-is t be a for the annual turn of" ; dollars.; aixj to thirty-six, in township ten, of range ten. J&cisoIrTLLt. ;Emr57: iT :

,. must be,post paid; KHJGSLEY B. GIBBS, ,Agent, wit Single rate,rate if i exeeedng ounce an, but onnce not; Dated.' *' % :**, Signed., Townships six, seven, eight, nine, eleven:[except _Dear Sin ,This may certify' you that f 1CHI oJuTsj
?.1'.r, exceding Form of a Guaranty. sections five to twelve, and thirteen,
.eight ] oDder
1I- MAYPOUT MILLS, DUVAL COM FLA. exceeding an ounce; treble rate, exceeding an negro girl suffering a severe' ottaek DU
undertake that if the foregoing range of eleven.: arrhcea and that the of '
and half The undersigned ,1IIe one bottle of
but ;
ounce, exceeding an ounce 1t1II
P. Sanderson May fl, No. bo Townships six, seven eight, and'eleYen, (except "Indian
J., 181 t and so on charging an additional rate for bid for carrying the mail on route preparation called Loxecast"effectiaDY
additional hauonnce or fraction of evr accepted by the Postmaster'General the,bidder sections twenty-five to twenty-seven; and cured her and. I-would take thl* method of re
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Officers ofFlorida The mode of computing rates; hal letters to shall, prior to the ISthaay February next, enter thirty-four to thirty-six,] and fractional township commending it a* a very valuable Medici: '
Lit fheStt the thirteen,west of the Suwannee'river;,Of'range
perform ,
into the bligation 'YountruIYi BRANTLET.
countries required
removed his office from Columbia Great Britain, and to all other foreign t ". "" "
HAVING. .to J Jacksonville David County, i STATE HOUSE OFFICERS.. the British North American 'provinces excepted, I service proposed, with good and two sufficient sureties.) twelve.Fraction of township v six,".west of- the Suwan Mr. Egbert Poksett. ,. ,
nnder'the act of 3d Dated. (signed by '
respecUttfly Informs his friends that he will continuetbi Governor, THOMAS BROWN. will remain neat present, ; nee river; sections two to ten, fifteen to twenty- J JACISOTVILLE;July, 1S5L

'of his profession, as formerly. Secretary State, CHARLES W. DOWNING. March, 18 and agteeably to instructions appended !7ormoJCertiflcate. two, and twenty-eight to thirty-three,in township Dea; Sir i Sometim .'ti ce I w. 'attad d whi
., practice Attorney General, DAVID P. HOGUE. to of foreign pstges. The undersigned, postmaster of certifies seven; sections one twelve,twenty-three,twenty- a severe Diarrhoea severe that I could not at*
115 will attend at each and every Term of Comptroller, JOHN BEARD. DIECTIONS.ltEver that he is well acquainted with the above guarantors six, and thirty-five, west of the Snwannee river, tend to my business. I was recommended to

the Circuit Court In the several Counties of Treasurer, WILLIAM R. HAYWARD. or ; and their property and that they are men of in township eleven and the fraction of township your "1NDL\N:LOXECUST."_procured M trr

the ',Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Register State Lad DAVID S. WAuKER. an leter, shall parcel be deemed exceeding a single. hal property, and able to make.good.' their guaranty j twelve, west of said river,*of range thirteen. Bottle of it. At the same time two member ef

.p' Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme Clerk Supreme ROBT. S. HAYWARD. or rar. i 0 Dated.' Signed. North: of the base line and ea.it of the principal my family] were afflicted with the came disto*.

if. JUDICIARY. drop-letters, or letters placed in any Notice and Instruction to'Bidders. meridian. We all used the'medicine from the one Beta,
Court at Tallahassee, and the S. Court at St. office for transmission, but for delivery and I am now happy to inform that ft
post not wed.io immediate yea urd
1. Seven minutes are aU postmasters Township one,and fractional township two, oi
Augustine., AU business entrusted to his care Supreme. Court Judges.Rcridenct.. only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of Ypr assorting the mails 'when not other- range fifteen. us all tfltiTtl,. We are now all well and hearty

will .eelr.prompt attention. one cent each. by the schedules.. Fraction of township one west of the Suwan.. from the use of only one Bottle of your Vatoobto
wise ,
specified .
Hon. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice Pensacola
Yours _
Medicine. truly, .
3d. Each compensation .
Address-J. P. SANDERSON, Jacksonville Hon. A. G. Semmes I| Associate I deputy pstaster. ( the 2. Fay will not be made for trips.not run ; and nee river of range sixteen. TIMOTHY HARRIS.'
Dwtti Honda. Apalach'aTal'has'e for the lat year the deduction for failures to perform the same maybe Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools ,
L. "
A. Thompson |
send throughthe To E.Poinactt '
Esq. ;
80th June) did not exceed$200 may increased to three times the contract pay there- military and other purposes,together with "those .
Jacksonville Jan.: 17, 1850. tf mail all letters by himself andre >
Circuit Judges. wrten for if.a sufficient excuse be not sent in. Fines swamp and overflowed lands made unfit therebyfor
, Western I Hon. Geo S.Hawkins I Apalach. ceive through the wittn cmmuicatonsadesd may be imposed for arrivals after time ; also for cultivation,"if any,which shall be selected by I ADIERIOAN"AND FOREIGN'
McQueen McIntosh Middle I I J.' Wayles Baker I| Tal'has'e to himself,O h private brinm, of failing to take or deliver the entire mail. the State authorities before the days appointed .4
Eastern Thomas I Jacks'vlle. exceed in weight one half oune, free Postmaster General annul the con- AGENCY
I Douglas .hal 3. ATTORNEY LAW, Southern I Jos. B. Lancaster I( K.West postage. This does not authorize them to frank tract for repeated failures, for violating the post pectively, under the act entitled "an act to enable CITY .AVAsmsGTOjr',

. WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern .ames M. Landrum, Sol'r W. Cir., Ucheann, any letters unless written by themselves it authorize, and on office laws, or for disobeying the ,instructions of' the State of Arkansas, and other States, to TTNDER the direction of AARON HAIGHT
B. Stephens, Sol'r M.Cir., Quincy their private business only ; nor does the Department. reclaim the -swamp'landa' within their limits," 9J
United States District Court at St. but PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON -
. Circuit; John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., J acks'villeOssian I them to receive free of postage any thing 4. The Postmaster General may discontinue or approved September 28th, 1850, will be excluded GARRETTSON SNETHENefNew

Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West written communications adese to themselves, curtail the service and, the pay accordingly, on from the tola. And no locations land bounties Orleans Attorney* and I OcranseDors of the Sopremo .

_ and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of and on their private busines.- allowing one month's extra pay on the amount heretofore granted by any law of Congress for' Court of the United State' i -

Florida against the Government at Washington, COUNTY OFFICERS.First Rates, quatrtervihtn tent fromthe dispensed with. lie may wo.increase the lengthor military services rendered to the 'United States This establishment i* formed for the feQawiaf
Newspaper "
per number of the trips at rata pay, the contractor -, will be permitted on the above'mentioned
, Clerkof pro any of object : _.
of second t.
Probate name actual and bona
the 5.7
to fide
at [ na'
before or Departments. nffict of
;: .either Congress Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name I pl&tiO having the right to relinquish the contract, I laud, as provided by the aet entitled ,"an act 1. practicing law in the Supreme Court- of
flcj-ADDRESS Jacksonville, East Florida.May (whenever it occurs, as in Gadsden. &e.) Iv.b.: on giving timely notice, if he prefer it to the I making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic the United States-and conducting professional
k 2.1850 tf Assessor and Collector.] Tu the 30th of June, ISM, for eachnewspaper change. __ expenses of the Government,"&e., .approved business before Congre1
ii' ;: not exceeding three ounces in weight, 5. Additional pay will not be m do tor excess 3d March, 1851.. .,,. .. .2. For the prosecution and recovery of aU elate*
*' Western Circuit. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly of actual over advertised distance (should any I The offering of the above mentioned lands will in law or equity, against the United $tatc..be
1 ; James W. Bryant, County. Officers. Post Office I IEscbi in advance. These rates only aPJII.wbereLhe such case occur) if the offices are correctly named. be commenced on the days appointed, and will fore Congress or the executive Department 1
paper sent from the office of publcatloD to 6. Proposals without the prescribed guaranty, : proceed in the order in which they are advertised
.ATTORHET AKD COCKSKLLOR-AT-LAW, Charles Pensacola i subscribers. against foreign Government. . *. .before. .,Board. of
m F. E. DeLarua actual b fide or postmaster's certificate of the sufficiency of the with all convenientdespatch-until the whole Commissioners.

4:. wuf attend to Professional business in the Courts I Antoine J. Collins .I'Santa sureties, or not received in the time specified by shall have been offered,and the sales thus closed; 3. For the settlement'of'accounts with the

t* I *V : of the Eastern Circuit of Honda, and in the Federal Rosa John Chain Mitonee .b. c the advertisement, or combining more than one but no sale-shall be kept open longer than two State, Treasury,. War Nay, Post .Office and
C. S.Amos route in the same sum,cannot be accepted. weeks and no private entry of any of the lands Interior Departments and obtaining'th* r mi*>,
., Court for the Northern District of Florida. I Isaiah Cobb, Jr. c 3. Ah 7. Fids for the service at advertised are entitledto will be admitted until after the expiration of the simi of fnes penalties,and forfeitures for alleged

.. tyt ALSO AGENT Daniel McLeod Uchcanna 1 preference, but those proposing changes therein two weeks. '. violations'of the revenue,post office or'ethis

I Business in the State, respecting Watn Angus D. McKinnon I I ao' 1 will receive consideration.- -. Given under my hand at the City of,Washington jaw*. .1
for general; .1i Wm. H. Mcolla c d.- O O fe* 8. Offices established during the contract period this twenty-sixth day of July,Anne Dominione 4. For securing letters patent for''invention
grants and donations of lands and the location HolmesWashington Owen Cerro Gordo fJ ? r. within a quarter of a mile of the route are to thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. from the United State or worn foreign Govern

or selling thereof. Martin Urett. be supplied without extra pay ; those further off .- MILLARD FILLMORE.By menta, and procuring land farrants and pensions

Ai.soAcENr I Ethelred Hewitt I 50 miles Ct.Ct.Ct.Cts.Ct..Cts.Not i at a pro rata compensation. the President t under the'various pension. law of the United
over 2 II 9. should the mode of conv'eance J. B0TTERFIELD '
: Tabor Orange Bidders specify States. :
I for the collection of Claims upon the United Washington James U. Luca .Hi Over 5.and not over 10 5 2J intended to be used. When this is not done Commissioner of the General Land Office. .5. For collections generally 4" embracing,debt,

States for Military or other services, pensions, I Lv F.Mier C O.3 mies., over 1000 5 3 2 it will lie understood to be horseback.- legacies, and inheritances,in.the,United,Slates
10. If the bidders fail to execute contract NOTICE: TO PUE-EMPTIOS '
npplie furnished volunteers and for horses or I 'rd'k Pimn Marianna miles 75 15 74 34 accepted and foreign countries. .
. JacksonCalhoun S.C. I 4 3 or to commence and continue service agreeably CLAIMANTS. 6.Fortheperehseandsa1eefIands in aay of
th. property lost, for which the United States
Jacksonville.East'Florida.J. miles 125 .75 121.61 resulting from a reletting of the route. parts of townships above enumerated, is requiredto therein. ?. . ,_ -
..: Address William Wf Blutatownee Over 4000 miles 5 2 15 7j 11. Contracts are to be executed by the 15th establish. the same to the satisfaction,of the 7. For investment 'of funds 'UDit State

c Elias Ck 15 9 6 3 day of February, 1852., register and receiver of the proper land office,and and- State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends
f HcRobert Baker, FranklinGadsden Arch'd T. Bennett Apalahieol DIRECTIONS. 12. The bids should contain the ,bidder's name make payment therefor at toon-at practicable after thereon, and generally for the transaction
c "Sam'l W. Spencer. and residence, and, if a company offer, those of teeing this notice,and before the day appointedfor of all bcsinecs pertaining to alaw loan, and
ATTORNEY- COUNSELLOR LAW, f Benjamin Lucas 1st. J"eky only, when sent a above each member of the firm, and should be addressed the commencement of Jhe public sale of the banking agency." .VAll
*. JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. std,a pp' free in the county where to the First Assistant Postmaster General,and endorsed lands embraced in the tract,claimed., otherwise communication addressed postpaid, to
Middle Circuit. e published ; and this although conveyedin "Mail proposals in the State of-." such claim will be forfeited, MessrtyPalmcr & Snethen. .American 'and Foreign
WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jas. U. Giichrist Quincy the mail over 50 miles. For further particulars as conditions .of bid- BDTTERFIELD, Agency, city of.AVash'ngton, wiQ reeeiv

Judicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jacksonville I Robt C Lester I 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square ding, and the forms of the contract required, see Commissioner of the General Land Office, promtt and faithful attention .

and in the United States District Court I Samuel B. Love h C inches, are t be charged one quarter the above advertisement for proposals for carrying the mails August 21, 1831. 131 Jf ALVtER It SNETHEN-
c Hugh O. McLea rates. in Virginia, &c., issued January 15, ISol. .
District of Florida. Office No.5 Carroll Place,Capitol HilLf
the Northern Having James E .
Leon TahuleI 3d. Publishers of are allowed to exchange N. K. HALL, -
JuyS.Bountv wt1
an efficient and reliable agent at Washington he Oscar A. Myers free of newsaper copy of each number Postmaster (Genera "osrs IIDIAI IllXECilS'flip : .
I will prosecute claims against the United States i c Alfred A.Fisher c only ; and ths privilege extends to Post Office DepartmentAugust 9, 1851. -
t Daniel McRaney C new"14pr Land'and neral'&pncy
published .- Aug..2d6c\
:.before Congress and the Departments at Washing- WakU John G. Park Newport 4th. The CaDaa.newspapers must be takenor a.'.6OJ.unc'T' f"Ji'.J1...' ..lr1\T.... asia.I1\Tn ..J4aas.IP19 ,

1 Wm. W. Mound I determined when the'a a dry state. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE ;REMEDY FOR ;THE CURE OF 'Washintonn
ten.Being permanently located at Jacksonville,he I Abijah Hall I 6th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive JOSEPH T..WAIftwfl'give' p
C W m. H. Durden C free of postage under their franking UNITED STATES. CHRONIC DJAFUHcADYSENTERY attention to tho BOU:
attention top newspapers
:will his entire and unremitting .
give Thomas J. Monticello
i : J Cha privilege LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged
Ids profession, and aU business entrusted. to hi. efersQ Craven G. 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle the I N pursuance-of law, I MILLARD FILL- AND, in the FLORIDA WAK or in either ot the Xaouuf
'cart C James R. Tucker c party paying to any deduction from the above MO11E, President of the United States of WAR in which the U. Stats have been enraged,'
.e John Wooten I rates. America, do hereby declare and make'known, or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to
:::: BewlllsisoattendtoanybusIneesuNOTARY Alex'a McDonald that public sales will be held at the undermen-
Madison Courtholllec Which has been claims on the U.States for MIUTAXT< SXBVICXJ,
Saml. R. Sessions tioned Land Offices in the State of FLORIDA ever presented to the public.
PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Rattt of Pottage to be charged vpon all transient I SUPPLIES rX.TSIOXS,LOST nOPDTT.1c&and t*>
Appointed by the Governors of the following C Tbos. M. Anderson IHamion NeiDtpapert every other description of Pria-the- period hereinafter designated, to wit: .It stands upon its own' merits, and Deedsnopuffing. any description of business requiring aa Agent M

Affidavits and Acknowledgments H. J. Stewart Jur ted Matter, except Newspapers and At the Land Office at St. Augustine, commencing JJSlT HIS NOT FAILED TO CUREIN Attorney at Washington For procuring Load
t States to take Testimony itII Robert L. Ivey ,published at i'ltma not exceeding Ptolcal on Monday, the twenty-fourth day of.November A elKGLBINSTAKCE.r@a. Warrants his charge will be *5 la other ease*

I ,, ,to be used therein t c Wm.J. J. DDcC and tent fro tl publication to actual next, for the disposal the publio lands situated HIS a1uable" i the charge will be proportioned to.the. nature oat
Maine Virgrhta, Eastern Circuit. and bona fide. nJc.. within the following named townships-and T several medicinal preparation roots compoundedfrom in the difficulty the cose.- -

Vermont North Carolina, Columbi Geo. S. Herbert Alligator parts of townships vU s ,. Wilds of Florida.II:Is rtntELT.and growing.WHOLLY I lIe will also act in connection with. Agents Vt

Massachusetts, Sooth Carolina, iiii S.A.Scarborough J. T. Wright eeAthu NOTE.-For each ..' C. ,e.. South of the base line and east of the principal I Vegetable and designed' ESPECIAU.T for the cure Attorneys Bounty Land in Florida and other, who claims may,.on be term employed which f*
t of the above disease. The Inventor
II. ."Wew Yerk, iGeorgia additional ounceor meridian. and Proprietor be Letters which
F. Fitehct Newnansvffle may agreed upon. ( should W
is' convinced that it'
fully is
Ch. invaluable
Pennsylvania, Alabama, W. B," fraction of an ounce ._ .o an post paid] will receive immediate atUntion. .
I I .
Bnret = : Township fifteen Medicine.: In fact the test that he has 'it
( sections glien '
beyondthetenounces except and six
i ,) :June 5. lawtf.
; L. : a
DelawareMaryland, Mississippi, Cha IDuva i C sixteen, in the town in which he resides .
q p: in this table, additional 8 seventeen, (except section thirty-one,> ;and the tonI -
: .. ,, Texas., Felix Livingston Jacksonville" rate r. be :. >acharged. : a8 and eighteen fractional townships nineteen-anel I, lihlng success with which it has met,'warrant ,
ce- jan I.-ly Isidore V. Garnie 0 2 twenty, township twenty-one, fractional township him In sariag-tbatit. is.a.POSITIVE CURE. Notice.
I ... .LL.4. I John G. Smith Carey's Ferry .0.? .8 .. twenty-two and townships twenty-eight and twen- Ha ho*.therefore come to the determination to TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF
, 4 ef Uriah Bowden Mandarin Z &" Cf ty-nine, of range twenty-five ." ; place it within the reach of all,'knowing how many THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE; "
Nassau J.T. O'Neil St. Mary',Ga. Townships sixteen suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous
OSCAR HART % (except sections one, two,
T t >t Bessent Woodstock. Mil Ct. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. eleven, and twelve,) seventeen, and;eighteen Disease, particularly. in the Southern;and THE REVOLUTION;
r --s ( d 1 TORNE Y AT LA w[ I A. J. Braddock* *., One OE. or under 2 3 .4,5 (except sections throe, four,five, six, seven, and Western States. '- a recent;t Act Congress officer and 'sol
I' St.John' Gad Humphreys 5t. ugusie Orrl ozuotover2 01. 2 4. 6 8 10 eighteen,) fractional townships nineteen twenty In purchasing my *'Indian Loxeeust" 'be diets (who have not received) -an.entitled
1 'Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, Peter B. Dumas 2" I 8 8 6 9 particular and look for
iii 12 15 and twenty-one, and townships twenty-eight :and my written signature on to BOUNTY LAND,for services of one month
.v Forsyth street. Raphael B.Canon ". .e S" 4' c 4" 8 12 16 twenty-nine, of range twenty-six. '" thelabel. ; ; ,. -. .or more; the widows,and minor children of thosa
p :'WiLt practice;4a the several counties of the lltnam .Jesse A. Brush PalatkaJiweph 44 "c c I 5" 10 15' 2 2 2 Townships seventeen,- eighteen, nineteen, .and 1 I:refer the public below to a, few certificates selected deceased, are also entitled. Th*Subscriber will
W. Fitch I r" 5" c I 6"6 12 18 twenty,'(except sections twenty-seven to:twenty- from among many received from respecta undertake at>.moderate 'compensation.
attend the 2S
::1 Eastern Circuit' of Florida" and to c Robert T. Boyd U 6" I c 744 7 1 21 2' nine, and thirty-one to thirty-four,) ,and section ble citizens of Jacksonville; : .. claims of those interested .. Having been employ

.1 *collection claims against the United States fort Orange" William Campbel Enterprise I 7.e cc Ie 8" 8 2 8 .4 5 one' in township. twenty-one; of 'range twenty- EGBERT PpINSETT:. ed in public office for several years*expemoo
for Hones lost other Henry A. Mellonville I 8" I I 94 I. 9 18 ; ," '' *' in such matters will enable him '
.Military: services, acd or i< John Simpson 2 S 4 seven. ,, .. v 'P.1 S.'P1aner boiiidnot'ij without this,valuable to afford mot
lost in said service. I 9u I I 10".J.0, :2,.3 Township seventeen, (except sections four and Medicine. facilities to claimants for f LAND.AND'FES-
! .property .or destroyed by troops St. Lncie Geo. S.Herl New Smv .- 6 five ) of range twenty-eight.- Every'famUy.. ought to keepit SIONS, and save them a great deal of. tronW
of disabled soldiers ii C. L. onhand. : : .: .
Also pensions ,or
claims! Bryton. DIRECTIONS. Fractional ?
: township seventeen, west of. St. A..M.: 'REED for and'expense. Where he obtain nothing ..
Wm M'Gahagini, principal.Agent Jackson-
he dow"aDd orphans of deceased soldiers. Oca Jobn'l river ( sections five six > charge deAU letters receive-
' Maon Robert Bullock 1. On every transient newspaper, unsealed;cir ; except thirtY.flre, ville., - w m wiBj
. Alt car '
: and the widows and orphans of deceased of- ea S. E, Helvenstpk'*"FlemmlngtonSimeon and every other'desripton perioIca. sections one to three,' eleven to'Aneenr,twenty- :JACK3oNvl.,E. F.; August 15th, 1851.. instructions sent. I *,
mattei'iChe two to twenty-six, and C.W BENNETT Att .
thirty-five and thirty-six ; '
printed above rates ,] ,
. neers 4..JO diera' : Levy Harvey .Wacc al case of Dear Sir i This will inform you that one bottle ,
, tu.- .c, be according to the weight. range twenty-nine. ," : of H Washington,.D,..C.. .
-, .medicine
called IHDIAM
I Fractional LOXKCUTT ,has '
"Also attention to conveyancing, thirteen October 1850.
and fourteen
,1I'm.ci.h1 ; townships of
4 I 'fl ; '4. R. Watterson, Tx As'rFt.F'ng \YheneYr any printed matter on which the permanently cured two of.my of u..r .
:i i ito xaming titles. and. record, and ascertaining. Southern Circuit. postage inattention is required to'be prepaid, shall through range fractional'thirty-two.township fifteen and sixteen "of attack of Dysentery.' I'consider negroes it an excellent a severe "

IH&Intst] lands; Tnrman the of Postmasters, or' otherwise be range thirty-three. '. : medicine for this complaint and take great pleasure 'Sea'Island C 'ttpn GlDs.frUtE

I '' "An b business.eulrusled to "him win meet'with HiborSimon Cunningham Tampa., sent with without double prepayment.lhe the above rates.same' shall be.charged- ,Fractional townships sixteen and-eighteen,and 'In recommending. it to the p 1io..' .f SUBSCRIBER'takes''-oppbrbmitr. .

1 of prompt attention;and all.instruments of writing ae Benj. J. Hsgfcr*. I 8.; Bound books and parcels of printed matter, townships nineteen and twenty,.of" "range. thirtfour. ,- Respootlu11"101U'l.. FEkNANDEZ. .I-: to inform the pJaa&er..I- -'Si Ple Cotton .
- Hernandow Perry G.Wall 'Augusta not .. Jfc r. t' ., that be still continues the wianntaetur ef tt*>
bwOl be executed by.him with neatness and dotb .* weighing over 3 ounce'ghall: be deemed ToMr.E.PoJnsett.JACKSONVILLE. *
'.- 1". -' : 4t ,. M. C. Peterson 'c' mailable matter: '* Fractional townships eighteen, nineteen, and latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS *-
:. .' .. .- I 4 ,". Nathaniel M; Moe ,I Periodicals published at-,tnterl not exceed twenty/.o/ range thirty-five 1 *' 7f: ,'May t6lh'. 1851 We and single,at his usual rate and I* ready t*>

sjacksonvilIejaS25I851.. .: 'tf ?tonr Benjamin 1 t' James M. ... omc or'pub three twenty-six,1"thirty-five pleasure I following
Brwc actual and bone/fido;; Ib &ad thirty-six, in ; announce to the Pnblio that I have eeDeffcctu For the reputation of the Gins apply taSks
__ i. Rbt.Clrkee.e.. be ebarged with one the rates township thirtyflve range tortyf -: Agents or to those who have tau_ta, m
.i&'f AOm .or. ; "e ..,' + Blle' .; t the last above table, ha mentioned Fractional townships thirty-seven, thirty-eight" ally cured of the'distressing complaint called Dy,- .
1 FORE W M AT'_WASHINGTON Dad.i Wm. Hid; ter's.postage thereop must in prepayment all cases be of a quar- andthirty-nine' [except,,sections' four't .eeen,] enteiby.the.: highly' recommended,remedy of '
< & > .- >. .:' Charles- \ Periodicals published at 'intervals 'of required .of'range forty-one,', ,. ; V'V'n'j MrL but of,, POID1 U.- ,Iliad resorted to,.man j things, .VOlalonga& AeosU,Centorrfflage, Gav>' "
._ ,- Sheriff'And "mor Fractional : no avail;.1 wasInduced ,to try.!his Cspt.LlLBythewoodBes4fortS.C.,
-- throe township th1rty-elghtofrange : 'very .
. _.WUJkin. 'E,. Hfonaugh: ., must be prepaid.are charged- ,.- ..with.. the. fu rte,.,'which t1-.two., :;", *". ;. i : ; ;. : >for v-. palatable sati8factIoiwu md pleasant Medicine, and to my great 1 Scott & DeVeoax; Chortosteo, S. C." .'
; ,
completely cured within it"
"c ex and Collector.T 'NOTE. In a few Tiaoa tHorria,Deals E.Florida '
lei there is
MA* WILLARji'S HOTKt,'>ix.1SrLVA5U AVtXUS, l.Ta'si: case etber.on or! In any newspaper, oItlrtlHiiIli"andiast of'tA.. princi- days, and have not been troubled since with that ,Fernondci, Bisbe & Co.,JacboDTi11t'E.
priodic pphct or printed matter or .IT. ; pal..m hdiatf.Townshipfourr :- '':' i IOIDu.ch'd ed disease. :, K.R. Dukes, Palatka,E.'F.' ,

I. :r;Continues to (ivf life prompt attention to the arJUrangement 'DYING'MDSCURlG:: :. any kind bg which information, any shall'manuscript be asked for of, (eicept J tio&t..on'to'fiTe: come I am'under happy to say other- immediate cures have S. Hor! & Co., Savannah Ga. *ht*."

and prosecution of claim* before Con' E. ; < i.f or communicated writing eleven to fourteeo,1'and twenty-three to' I my own ObSefyatioll.thin a few 'SL.Niblack tCo.-'AHigator7EK -
4 .- : NO. 13 YORK 8TRREAR.OF ; .. the i by marks or signs; five,] of twenty-. days.ii cheerfully$dtl 'myt mite to the already Lartingu ft Harris, ElizaWhtowaLwnd*
: grusiti. jorthiEzecutITe-pepartmenia.: : -- said pamphlet or other range \we t-Ave;. : ,:!. \ ; great amount of .- "
Dwsppr priudiC
( THE COW HOUSE; printed toletter Townships two and three, and fractional town testimony' with"regard to"your County. &. .
Qa yingfrom,jthelleVoIntlonary, Florida, ,) ; postage Valuable'Medloine. .1 -
:' SAVANNAH and it Is the duty of the.Postmaster Ho ; ship! four" of range'twenty-six: !,,., / .' ,l : am' ., respwfally. 100C' .ALSO _
GEO. remove 'At '
or_Mexican wars; Invalid Revolutionary,Half-- ; ,, i. the.wrapper* and envelopes from all printed Township one,east'of r Nassau river, [except To E.'l'oinlet'-Eiq.' .114.' H.EA.kN... -' ,- h. 'Ernti BOXES-AKO B&vsuS'ea 1IiW.t-
pay Widows'Pensions; Naval or Army; ter and pamphlets not charged with letter mat sections.one and twelve,]and:fractions of townships ."r;.. moderate rates.- ,

":Bounty'Land'or''Scripnnder, ; 'law'of.Feb.; 11, ALEXANDERUALLOW&y.. for the purpose of ascertaining whether there; is two tend*threej, -west of. .,Ameli-.. river,"-of .r. 'Jicuomw, )A721,, 1851. Gins or Gins repaked, -f
'R ETURNS his thank this friend for the printed range twenty-eight. 'UJ 2'\ Dear Sir ''lconsiderU4o', ort ; s.
1M7,or Aaplt'10, 18$! j Arrearages ofPsy anddneretarolng i favors be ha received since he commenced apuoronuete with..n1'lc, > .r{ Volunteers(,CUJm* for business in this city in 1ST2,and state to his would or the I ctng beenlaborin >nader a Juno S 1851.- law&av .
.3. "oU autlorle nquo charge' of a. higher. .Monday; the thlrdila1 of November next, very violent attack-TtsrrhmswMied the ,, : :
selCfi5i lost and.other. Property dest.yed'jEi fa teD and the public generally during h,r&Le'of". p.te th-- ; N C'HALL,< for .the1 I".9f'the pttblw'Jaods situated skill of two r and rendered.- me:unable : '

:,.asN)Incurred by pluteen'before being mus- I improvement to London and connected Scotland with h ac'uie i .P, iOniciDgpe.irssanz'PosLmastei General... '. within the undermentioned-towns1iS: to do any work.. ,But fortnnatetr-'*,-when abmtA to i'I- 7J I.JlJ1.'I.1iL.X.'I A.1f(
of -
; Juno toflshinstOwjt1' '
tend and received ,into I ervicerWaggonmater *- v. 14,4851. : o&:4.ouSh- :.' ,- ;, .-XV -- f* ..? 'I **- .S w.r,.. of givq up all hope of'ever obtaininV.relief J i heard '. 1Io..ti.e. r'B.J'I: '?t"s
T yourHlNpUN.4LOXEGUS3 -

fc JM randTwnwters''eJaiinA*-,- .. JL. "'Marines'' ,.,s&norIJp,. '"-DYNG'ND"FRECH hm CLEANlrG": : m _iinsTiJiTOa'SJfOTicBv1 -"rSIXmonth. .rtI. i of.the* oatehnt na east t l-"l of*'the pftntt-' ?':>' of ",t.tgs.hM entirely.reatoredme; ;n4 to the-health.use, : Lv'l fN.A.U ,( A'Wu ,, ; .

qI.&a& 'so satisfaction to all who my please't favor h : after date'f will apply fq''the .! r % zJt1.'tl..l.? 3 1 t&kemuehpIesure to recommend your Medicine. .i. 'AxDrA .. .,
with their .* nJud.of.PbthlNauau :Fractions bit ; to. all those.who, be '
._ ;
n, 'Jk th.-l riJij"n' t. "- aot.C" p *>.>; coraty for dis townships thiiteen.andt: fourteeo; may similarly afflicted. :rl1.Wl.r rsJ
'Ii. ,.. I' LadieS' .D Sbawlii&il east.of.the'Suwannee river, of, twelve -. >lJOIlrla kOL" .NJAMm..D4'Vm f
ad. > range ; .,
e5ttept..Mary *> 4iJd
.? _, f...l.1&IuU-,_"J"e ..z. Sleaned and to give .odAllot. Gefge deceased,and-also. present .,.F..r action,of township six,-east of the Sawanneo 1.,7'9t fo u.r.1fI".1'\l. .UtwQ l 'fJ-. f 'Iq.
1 ;thedIfer Jip dnirtoi.
having claims: against to,tWeflL7-iIXanLbirtjflv .-ip4.thiLyiixjea 'Dear : .
a M'b to''t'i..;.ofP b nudl Get1meD'at'rnoyaUe duly ziotiftedIACOB : BItt'l.entlrely telleveoVof eom-: jII.
of ini.
>) in GEIGER/AdBi'r.- aal4.rl'.in townslip linen;seotiolll two1 IlaIn 'thank to> > 'LL kinds ofCookIn2tAvea P.Ut"t Ifa.be.
: ''&ff0frS DO'1 oa for you: C4L. .LQXJo A .
t- ;t ser.n.C .upusedbyanydoneattheNober', a* ;/1M1'5i:; *: i ffloi. ; *&; *rd. t : fiftontw.ntyoue, t wenty4wof-1 tventyasvenfo cus.i\- Ii i the best I.bavy (.ecIlof'Ute.: moet, Approved potUrna:r.> **
&t tbla d4e. T ,.; may required. Ladle bonnet dyed.black,' twenty-nine,and thirty-two; thlrtyfour"eas of dlsease.and I feel hapablio rtoc hotels; andhorpubhoacesw.ships i.ondallaMW Stoves foi parlon
T HPartfegUrtttentfoa siren' the :1 cleaned,and pressed in a superior style.;, -te. .'i' \? <. .1 i \ % iaid river.in township twelve; and section;.threo Y"oun P'p) truI !Uq. i'ipc aMTS34escription'
t andOenUemen'rKI&Govcrclesuej: "Not .4'l W ten, fifteeuto and "f1k b ". r '
% 4 /T* ptL ar' PM 1nfoi .tho' twenty-two thirtysmi Ibiju ,-utGEOR: -or eeron We nade *
d,IR'01 iut. most approved London fashion. tit* 'f .DR Black .Creek-and. vicinity 'that Capt.."t 0! .'.-ohe, In township fourteen of range.thlrtesn.f t \ltroEpomietf'F.t". SCO" ..: .- o'J Foro and Lift Pumps,. Beer Pumps,. .
4et44. 'titU'1tt .Jix.f.KLEL basbeen appoInted'Agent frab. Badngt hu consented to act as his eat h Townships'fourteen,and fifteen_ ,oi *-. Ctf9: ; J )..>U H'. 'Ji AIt. tIPt.') :: ; TW Plate; .
: the .stsblbhmentand- .:, t5CDa.,4. -. 4- I)''tf Buo.IsLA.OQ>St.':John's Bch } Id1Yi tVara .
W ; v.,04311 t
t. 2oad 'Chaieri
ot.ma Al
I .. ".% f'I and delivery of work t.o b bot'4 I th 1Uon Townships fourteen an"c(fifteen! tt! : *\ j )
4 1f MBK
./ *. r .. P.__JakavW of & ldhidu& [exceptseeUori* ; art &zpts-.Jagii&li it, I '"!. f
.I t WroJ.mu' tt..lro" ."t pectfally llebtdto him. nin.teenandtwntyandtwentynin' to. ";thirtytwojrange --;'Dear Siri Thtt will{inform Tett'thir ir**;of eUawheril?,Ordtr* from FfeinS,Saoia Carolia*, J..
..U ; : : tfj't ; n .-leD Ilmtte HUI. lftte?* t $4L4**r* ;.. ; ..1 and ?
.JI1 .t :0ae 4 j saint -u' f'tjnnjsoJB my cbUdretf wer.dangerouily.$with the DT eateryor \be1nUrtorare'lOU citedjaet: jKi.,1 .*-?*
: Ut .11.I :
'J i 1" loaatbirt1.thm 1 ln' "
". if L /'t't< /Ntf'I\t .. Wuthoia, foT-abottt-llr WeLv: !-rted Au,. 291 185Q. U


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