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: October 9, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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From tfcc CAr.Intelligencer. I The undersigned has made these remarks as brve. we- are -that.thec. irseepi from .ibis;part of the county,,jj He e world, all:thebrngaa divine Oldflflbeov'andafterd ryf a :free Democratic.Goveniment:, that .
from the conviction that it, is important to LytheSoutbCaroIinapatr.Ott' through' tbe, I 15o ih andWeste.n States:, atb, by a reward every. can shall rule:.himself. I detest the, 41
THE CITY OF THE HEART.I regard established distinction, and, to view on''I:all opposed to them,is", producing" the;purpose: of; getting, ijiaiiexpeditiaagainst mo lasting still-life iter aL .dominion >of one, 'man-a king.-I detest,: .
HLW city, strange and dark; the acts and oft nCf'.S of individuals'im thiexactJ1proper < feeling hostility'to tb'St'i Are bans Mexico, for which be was!tried lo Capt.-Robt.iikElKs.Lieut''E. UYe: more the dominion 'of.many, because'.more' .
It lay bttteath a jelond; light. of Southern men;at 'beY.cerlin\ high 'treason.' He ,then :fled t' Donald,,Leal-VTi Winborn, Major Lui heartless and irrespoosltle'but, above'all,'I4,:.,
,i.were its domfe and i&tUementi, : solence.and arrogance on where his papers were seized, himsel Sl ; UeuL .. fear, and loathe aad demne:'more' Ibis4 .
And doiky VM Ike crowd Charleston Conner.-.- iu'v There isibe brown pr of r ugly, thrown.into .,Hejwas.Jiberate4 Baler,' and'''one ,hundred and tytr fear,the dar "" fithIeSs f remoraeteuiyry Ht
.1' Of being Bering through the rtmU Fro.'thl sour.indigestible{, secession'bread'and yon after, and,Germany, ad others. : of a caucus .joYy.4rg'ibjis Iaj )1 I"thett .
la tam lt wQd nd loud.A i A. Plain Argument, "by wb. J'e'Wuy ., must believe hid be the glorious dish' that rtur to New.York in 1812. "He rua S -- ___: the' ctima orthe I bloody detiem'of' ,
JecUoa to Secession may be anrtrered. the'seceder affirms it:to be.-a' -f' of law at No. 15 met. From te R1c' some bold bad maA..wb uses the bh i ..

< gloem more(truge,ore dense thut night! An orderly and industrious.citizen,who like 'that of the1,Lotophagi,' Being lightly' esteemed by his felow-tizen r > OUR CSATHVA.' rations of the people I for,liberty.to overthrow? .
For lightning trembled down, minds his own affairs and gives but little attention oblivion,of all social civil and political evilsor the effort was unsuccessful,' lon We'have'r following i letter from the Constitution of his country,and Jifl him
And eolnmn'd fire curled fearfully to those of the public, concludes, you anathema marenatha,and theboI' into decay in-mind,,body and estate. Mathew Allen F. Own esq ,'our Consul at tell on,; ita rains.ASirvrepublica"are provffr /
C About that shadowy town; very naturally, that there must be something of'condemnation :-snorting and belch L.Davis, hi' last solitary. frieh stud and: comment to Hanna bially shoTt-Iivea-They;ainijU ,a highft'
And unclean birds,with fearful cry, in the eternal clamour about wrongs and op. and hissing ,fire, is fulminated'against to him dqr a brother, ''bin sideration of his, ,country men ::: *.te. cn standard, of,equity.ia govehnaent!and require -' ''.
On black wing whirled around. pressions of which be is solemnly assured .you. f. lodged Ilitry.hut, with a lonely window TRZ UHTTTD r > ,.therefore, a'higher ,standjard'of',virtue. '
that be is the victim. He is entirely at a on a ert sand-bank in the wilds of Csf. 01. September W, WI.ns,,J' administer. them; and, beinj'opeii to lbet:', .
.Above, dim mountains hung and frowned; loss to he sure, to understand how it is.- THE COST OJ THE AcacifITIOH or; CUBA Staten Islan Here, through the bounty oMr. : aspirations and ambition jpf alt,', they mud "
A river elided by; No man interferes with him in his business. T THE SOOTH..The New Orleans 'True .- Davis rje lived for elhten"m TotEditoi,1tub, the 28th nit necessarily be. liable to .more frequent and .. r
He and eowand and sells of and here otLeriight of the 14th Si desperate .contests for ;, ana darker "
And fleet iwept noiselessly plough's reaps Delta! discussing. the( prbble.result a &ptembr me the to power ,. v
spectre to object
you condemnation '
With crew on high; his crops as usual. He Is. conscious*>f no revolution in Cuba"which'will overthrow 186 died Aaron"liner io'.he' ,. jutJ'a bearing and my'to." < npiracies,,.6airisttlieir Integrity and let. t tns r
phantom diminution of his He feels no its views _bis with not a friend to ) forget the sad'fesaon althistorj: .
And tempest rolled the doaVy air rights. oppression the $pani5h government, gives a rear age; 'l that I am to explain, .to never ">
: no federal toll is ,taken from liismjllj to the effect it may be supposed to baT his eyee'or wipe tbe dew-drops 'of satisfaction ptobblyable omission teaches' that every, free government under1
In billowathzoughthe iky. ; no tax gatherer, except the State's calls on Southern institutions and Southern up from his ,brow. Washington, Adm:Jay, to act relative to my the,execution, I} the sun baa been overthrown c ;in the'names, la l4EcciJtsusTiCAiTrnxst f
It lathe city of the heart, at his door; no increase of lazes unless it try. ,It says': '** and Hamilton di surround ners who were shot here.n the l te.p liberty actf. the,people,." ? .. -
Where sinful passions dwell, be the$300,000 of his'own legislature, lessens Should,Spanish authority be successfully fnends and bedewed bj I do not doubt ,I shall satisfy every ,
And make God'. best created things his income,but he is told with pertina- resisted and expelled the island, its application tea of a continent. "He that honoretl impartial mind tht undeserving censure A88'xmn"tb &,. .
A dungeon and a hell cious'vehemence that he is a slave,oppressed, for admission as a State or States follows me I will honor; he that despiseth me shall and! that I.had opportunity a of doing jThis measBic.which wea nnonnced the
Since on thiBonny pOt of peace ruined, wronged beyond all example or bearing as a matter of course, and it equally be lightly esteemed," saith the book whO any thing in behalf of the unfortunate men ; artHNtl of the last steamer from Europe, aahavitg
Their murky ehadow felL and that to submit is the part of a fool follows eitbe rtbat her application be immediately Author divine. Burva buried Trenton who met fad a fate.I ,received the royal .igoature.afLef'
and dastard.. It is certaiftf that all this successful, or she becomes an easy New Jersey.Laurie reside s about four miles from this place, so long a debate in both houses of Parliament I
And standeth at it* massive gateA must some effect-that he must be broughtby and a certain prey to anardhy, civil war, [ Todd in'h Home Journal. and not being well on the morning of the we now find printed at length in the

grim and awful knight; this everlasting inflammatory stump rhetoric and not improbably, servile insurrection.As .- The is from the Havana 16th, did not reach my office till some time London Times the editor of which describe
Be beateth at the door of life to believe himself monstrously injuredman. no American -will ever consent to the following correspondence after ten o'clock, where for the first time, I !it as being the joint production :of Her Ma. ,
No idle stroke nor light: He Becomes the victim of a perpetual transfer of- tbe island to any other power, of the Picayune: / -< heard of the capture of about fifty men who jesty's Ministers Mr. Walpole Sir.Frederick "' J
Steady and sturdy Death stands there, political blister plaster, of endless doses of so we are sure there is none who would Com. Parker, who arrived here on the 5thin had come with Lopez to this island in .the Tbesiger, and Mr. Keogh The peri i
And ceaseless Fecession patent quack stimulative medicine. not welcome her into the Union most gladly the Saranac, received a positive retulfrom steamer Pampero. I at the same time beard tion contributed by each is marked in ,the. ,
wage figUBat He is like the honest farmer in Pennsylvaniaupon rather than that an end so deplorable 'the Captain General to his requestor that the prisoners had been tried, found guilty copy of the act as published the Times.: \
one thing yet can lighten up whose potatoes some small trespass should befall her. : permission to visit the prisoners. ordered to be executed, the The'premaeble recites that"Her Majesty's <
That city strange and dark, had been committed by his neighbor's geese, Taking it for granted that the island secures Since his arrival he has been engaged in in- cndemne eecution sent and Roman Catholic subjects have assumed to f'
Can those domes and battlement and vdio had been persuaded to bring an Its independence, is it tbe interest of restigating the circumstances connected with that they were about being forward themselves the titles of archbishops and
With tinge action against their owner, although still the cotton States,Is it the interest of Louisiana the inhuman butchery of Crittenden and hisortynine the harbor, where they were, remove place of bishops of a pretended province and of pretended 'I
xnfading spark; thinking the affair a trifling matter. But to admit her into the Republic ? Our companions, and the atoctie execution. sees or dioceses within the United
Can make that reeling vessel's deck when he came into court and heard the planters are alone interested in the question. erpetr.ted upon their lifeless Shortly afterwards, the American residing Kingdom, nnder color of an alleged authority i I

A safe and f holy ark. speech of his Philadelphia lawyer, and listened We are of the opinion that in such a contingency Spanish populace here. I have been informed here, who, it is said, called,on me, came given to them for that purpose by certain'
Religion makes the tpeetre knightAn to the detail of foul wrong, injustice tbe national feeling will countenance that several gentlemen of the highest and mentioned the subject to me, when I brief?, rescripts or letters apostolical front I
of and injury of which he was the victim-the the absrption and if so, our belief espectability have waited upon the Cmmo- sid to him that it was too late, and I the see of Rome and also the law of..Eng J''
angel golden like wing Aaron'; rod ruin, the utter annihilation of his whole property is that, in less twenty-five years from lore, and related to him what thejrew could do nothing: that I should not tat land,establishing the right and title of archlishops I
His becomes, j I
mace and family to which he was represented that date, slavery will cease to exist upon hemselves in the streets and public places to get permission and see the prisoners. Of to their provinces of bishops to their .
A green and pleasant thing as being exposed by the nefarious doings this continent. of tbe town on the day and night of the exe.ution. this I felt perfectly satisfied at the time, andI sees, &, and which law provides that "if II
And makes that crowd of cursed thought and wore designs of his atrocious The immediate effect of the annexation '. The affirmations of these gentlemen have since been confirmed in this opinionby my person, after the commencement ot that
The songs of glory sing! 16 neighbor-he burst into tears. declaring that ivill be to create an enormous demand for more than bear out all that has been relatedy the highest authority i in the island, who act, other than the person thereunto author- -
he had not before known or understood how sugar plantations in Cuba; and a commensurate > correspondents from here relative to the informed me that the execution, which bad zed by law, should assume or use the
THE OPINIONS OF Mr. WEBSTER. injured a man he was. It is just so with requisition for slave labor to meet the atoities and I can now confidently state already been ordered before 1 reached the lame, style or title of archbishop any
How far American citzens were justifiedby many worthy men who form an opinion of natural and unnatural speculation. The my letters to yon on this subject I city, would not have been postponed for province, bishop of any bishopric;or, deanf --
the law of nations in interfering in the the wrongs done to the South by the Fed- States we have already named.will be tempted have not told the half of what occurred. me to have an interview with the prisner ), any deanery in England or Ireland, he '
commotions of a neighboring State may be ral Government not from what they them- by high prices to part with their slave The details are of to disgusting and indecent inasmuch a all I could have aked b should for eYe.y such offence forfeit and pay
area from the following letter of Mr. Webster themselves see and know, but from the declamation population for deportation, or to supply vacancies : a nature to be 'related in the public permitted to do had already been done by besumofCIOO." I
in relation! to the difficulties which arose of some political debutant, in : made by southern emigration; prices rints; and, to one who does not know the gentleman known to some of the prisoners, The first section of the new act declare @
oat of the Canada rebellion of 1837-in hase of public honors or some veteran will be enormusly augmented, agricultural Spanish; character, would seem like mons- and forwhom they haJ sent. all such briefs, rescripts, or letters apostoli-
which citizens of this country took part. : politician whose imagination is no longer proucionU be immensely EtimulteJ and rous fictions, even if related of the most Soon after the American referred to let cal: and all jurisdiction: authority; pieeminence
Mr. Webster here expressly asserts that sound. [ years, the people.wi avage and barbarous nations in tbe world. my office, I received the information or title conferred or pretended to be
authorities of the highest eminence in England This revolutionary declamation takes where Cuba-mad. They are solemn truths, though,and I blush gentleman known to some ot the prisoners inferred thereby to be deemed unlawful.
living and dead, have maintained that mother step which is not without its influ To estimate the enhanced cost of twenty- for humanity as i write ij.Yesterday had been sent for by them, and to him they and void.
r the general law'of nations does not forbid ence. The seceders not only dogmatize on lye per cent will, we.thinl not be deemed morning, 14, nine more priso- delver the articles and they Section 2d makes it penal (in the: sum of .
the citizens or subjects of one governmentfrom be sufficiency of the cau-es for secession, xcessive, at which need hardly say ers were brought in 'from Babia Hond ha conveyed to mee frend I'.100 for each offence,) for any pevson to
taking part in the civil commotions of but they denounce! all who presume to oppose neither the cotton planter of Mississippi, nor where they had been laying for sme was but a short time afterwards btain or cause to be procured from the Bishop -
another." [ them. Having proved to their own the sugar planter of Louisiana,.could afford to recruit their strength, exhausted by star- the palace of the Governor and Captatn General -: or See of Rome, or publish or put in use
The extract is as follows: satisfaction the existence of oppressions.. to buy them,if the latter, in could manage ation. and. their vondering in the wood and !, and heard that the prisoners bad then_ I jfithin! i any part of the United Kingdom,,an-., '
Her Majesty's government are pleased, never before known in tl\e woild. they as- 'I to stand up against .act competition, mountains -:u Heir names are: been executed. "<; sucn_ bull bnef, receipt,or letters aposioucai for'the,
also to speak of tbose American citizens wit separate S'ate action to,be the only remedy I while the temptation to the frontier States Capt. John Johnson, Eugene You will thus see that I had no toactsndthatit.iasnotinmy or any other instrument or writing
wbo took part with persons in Canada engaged for these assumed evils. Secede they to sell would b.irresistible.We Cay, London, ,Eng.; Kentucky. Peter powefto,do purpose of constituting'6Ucb"archbishops or .
in an insurrection against the British ay, and government will become what it do not for one moment hesitate to de burg, Va.,John A. Berryville, Va.; any thing for the "unfortunate men who had bishops of such pretending provinces sees- -
government, as American pirates." The has never been before, an unmixed good- our belie that, should Cuba be annex- Joseph Stevens, Swers; Frederick Hagar been induced to invade Cuba with the ex- or dioceses within the Union Kingdom law,or ia. .
undersigned does not admit the propriety or the disadvantages that may now attend out car, cease within five years thereafter Prussia; Andrea Spain; David pectatiun that they would find ,the whole for any person unless authorized by
justice of this des' nation. If citizens of institutions will cease to molest usslaveswill to have more tban a nominal existence Gano, New York; Chares Cster. Hodge, Eng island in a state of revolution, by the whole respect of an archbishopric Church bishopric of England or-

f. 'the United States fitted out, or were engaged no longer run away-Pennsylvania will in Delaware, J"irginia Maryland, Kentucky, na'ive population at least. deanery the United the''same, ,
unfitting out a military expedition from the be a retreat for those that do no more than Missouri and perhaps Tennessee. Five States land.Major Schlessinger, who was sent on The charge of mJjfference to the dreadful and Ireland, to assume or use deaztot
United States intended to act against the Canada, where it is known they never go'.- certain, six States probably. In that case the man-of-war the Venus deeply re- condition of such a number of men, the b x style! *or title) of.archbishop,.bishop of ah v,territoryor or '
British government in Canada, they were the people of Fanueil Hall will be as silentas what would become of the nine remainingslave bard parting-wit his nine Hungarian companions terest enemy I have upon earthvi not believe any city,town, or place,or orMescrip

1 dearly: violating the laws of their country, Exeter Hall, which is so acquiescent on States g tbe continent, or in what and prisner&with whom he ; and al must blIeve ba falsehood (under any in the designation United Kingdom tie.
and exposing themselves to the just consequences the subject of our institutions-the Federal manner can they combine, successfully, to had done and so much. Never and calumny.If tion whatsoever) of' the ,bill are
it which might be inflicted on them if Government will receive our departure with resist the infernal machinations of the abolitionists shall I forget the mournful yet resigned ex it were allowable on such an occasion, The other two sections and not important.N. "
tiken within the British dominions. Bu% .a bcw of deferential politeness-England : pression of his countenaTnce as he wavedus I would most solemnly declare before G merely' rvIa atory, .
i. 'notwithstanding this they were certainly 'and France will permit us to modify the law I at present, we are etelnaly"put to'the a last aifieu.! Just before we parted he .that loT my judgment, at the time and' nner Y.xpress., "

t jl cot pirates, nor does the undersigned think of nations by our police regulationsSouthCarolina compelled to tmporis recommended to our care one of his countrymen the circumstances, it was not in my power : IMPORTANT TO PLAHTERS.-A New ant
m that it can advance the purpose of lair' and will become a glorious empire,to and compromise to preserve ourslvs from who was left behind sick in the jpspi- i either to have an interview with the prisoners Choice Variety of Co/ton.-We bad the plea
" 'friendly discussion or hasten the accomod- which all surrounding States will send their spoliation and outrge what will become of tal ; and upon our as.-nnng him that the or to have done any thing O their behalf sure of examining a-few days since a ne-
lion of national difficulties so to denominateth adhesion, and will enjoy the blessings of or- us deprived of tbes strong Irontier States, sick man should receive our special attntion and most choice variety of the great South. -
Their offence, wbatever it was had der and law,and peace and security, without with their numerous, robust and valiant and condoling with him upon his com I am, very respectfully, your obedient ser ecu staple; and as nothing can be: of. mora-
DO analogy to cases of piracy. Supposing danger from abroad or disturbance at ho-ne. population,"who now stand as a rampart of diLlon he answered, with a mournful smile, vat A. F.Own importance to planters, or;more conducive
all that is alleged against them to be true, If lOU do not believe all this with a faith as fire betweenns and our vigilant and insiious ",Ve are HUI arin&and accustomed to to their interests and welfare than superior
they were taking a part in what they regard- implicit as that claimed by the veiled prophet enemy We would receive, it tre. mibfort rle. his race Rllparto ELOQUENT WARNING AGAIJSST DISCKIOS. seed,we are coufident that we will be doing
I 'c9 aa aeivil war, and they were taking apart you are denounced traitors,cowards, an insular increase t slaver of over three b uoooied to suffer in the cause The following is an extract from an eloquent our readers a positive service by thus calling, .
on the side of the rebels. Surely England corrupted slaves of the federal Government, hundred thousand bed; would that, every.clime. speech delivered in the House oi Representa- their attention to the Silk Cotton grown by .
herself baA not regarded persons thus idiots unable understand your rights, or compensate us for the Conereslonal, territorial .r- lives, in 1842 by RobertBarnwell: Rhett of CoL.P.. Cathonn. .. of this District.; / "
engaged as deserving the appellation which dastards unfit to defend them. and numerical strength we The following letters are/from a portion I.South ,;whoat the present moent The original seed of this new nriett..ot'
her Majesty's government bestows on these These denunciations are so continued that shall indubitably be deprived! Let our of tbe in Havana written previousto I.in the leader of the disnnionists cotton was sent from South America to a
citizens of the United Stale's.It the English language is unable to furnish planter -ans\\er. As for ourselves we desire prisoners hundred South. ,There has been a wonderful change gentleman of Augusta who presented some.
is quite notorious that for the greatest epithets; and the seceders are obliged to coin .retain slavery in the States of the .their departure,for Sf in1 One 'since that time in the opinions of Mr. R.. of them to a brother of CoL Calhoun in'AI
part of the last two centuries, subject of the new words express their contempt. One American Union where it now eist aud and sixteen sailed on the 8t supplied with but the sentiments he then uttered remain Jfeville, fromwhom: the CoL. obtained, his
British crown have been permitted to engage of these, the term submissionists in constant as they at present exist; and cnot all necessaries and comforts by the liberality true,and will be cordially,endorsed by every Supply. The advantages possessed by the-

in foreign wars both national and civil and use, and must therefore express some. understand policy,.the wisdom, or the of citizens of Havana, principally the man o reflection. Silk Cotton over the Petit Gulf and common. .
ia the latter intvery stage of their progress; thing particularly shocking. The opponentsof safety weakening its concentration, or ere "B to make the will of all the' law-by \varieties are so'apparent and numerous that. .
*hd yet it ha not been imagined that En- seeewion submit to the laws. and do not lopping$ off its chief andjnost. powerful sup ales: constitution arngement to protect the the Silk Cotton; we believe wilt only have
eland has at any time, allowed her subject submit. the dictation of politicians, whose 11M" HAVANA Crrr Fanon,Sept.,1S51. we en&be the'wek as wela the to become known to entirely supplant Jait '
to torn pil'l.tea.Indeed, in our own times schemes are leading to revolution and anar. We do not at this time deem it necessary We,' the undersigned prisoners, inc srong to themslves aad s the other kinds now cultivated' in this conn-
not only have individual subjects of that chy. This is the most heinous of all offences to examine the question which more. immediately rated in the city prison of Havna on account cure blessings liberty free government [try. .. -jJ : .
crown gone abroad to engage in civil wars, in South Carolina,and is therefore brand. / .concerns our sugar interest, or to inquire of our connection with Cuban 1 all-that is the mighty problem ''I\s'color) trs' remarkably brUCant and ia '
1rat'we have seen whole regiments openly ded with this terrible polysyllable intendedto whether, with Cuba annexed, the pros under the command of Gen. L which. puzzled the statesmen and patriots addition to a long and unusually fine fibre it Co.
recruited embodied armed, and disciplined express something worse than base, corrupt fitable cultivation of the cane can proceed; expedition, cannot withhold an expression of,- of all ages,and which has, at last, ben yields tremendously.- Boiling as frttlya. '. -

*n'England, with the avowed purpose of traitorous, foolish, ignorant, degene. if, however, it wi not b affected by that pez t 1: 10WIUUl._.___rta tk LUl* AI\.U A_. IVu5ui4.Allen lll \1r**. so wonderfuuy- solved, in-V-.our_-Constitution._.1* f I any other variety-one boadredof *.' ) .
aiding m rebellion against a nation with measure, it dos appear to us most singular, leeltngs Owen, of Georgia-now at this place. This Constitution was tne".rSll ot a long will weigh thirty .ounceswniist--:1- one tlQIW"UIA.- '."-
which England was at peace although it is rate.There is something so admirably concise, tht our planting interest should have insis Since our arrival here, be has honored us train of events-peculiar times and circum 'dred bolls of the. P. tit .Gulf"wiU,only ave- -
true that, subsequently, an act of Parliament easy and conclusive in this mode of reasoning upon a tariff of a cent-and-a-half perponndeqnivalent with his presence, but' since that time, &C and wisdom, and virtue quicene from fourteen to sixteen ounces. When, "
was'passed to prevent transactions so near- -this laying down an'extravagant or to two cents to the consumer one although repeatedly solicited ha always intensestthought, t ooiadditiontothefactitI5femembec.ithat l. II
ly approaching to public war, without licenSe > absurd proportion, and damning all opposedto if such protection was not deemedindistensable steadily refused to revisit us, either in his stearnest trials. Gentlemen may succeed in it has a very wnall:,number of aeelsV,
been favorite kind of to their stability. We daily Placed overthrowing it-fur there is no blessingman of silk cotton
from the crow it-that it has a logic private or official capacity.' as we and that one hundred pounds .
It may be said that there is a difference between in all times, with< all persons troubled hear large and ,intelligent pluter declare are, we feel an act of this..kind '!far more is not capable of despising and abusingbut in the seed will yie1dj9tyWO.POufld'.Ot.: "a'
the case of a civil war, arising from a1disputed with an arrogant or choleric temper. It reminds that their esiates"do not"yield six per cnt. deeply thanif Otherwise circumstanced.How let ',them ,not indulge the vain hope lint, its superiority a t wuanlity per ace .
: succession, or a protracted revolt ol.r r ns irresistibly of the similar plain argument interest on the capital invested. If this be to .account"forit we:know not, but that, when overthrown, they ,can reestablish will be readily adndpe4nOthet; quality .
*tolony against tba,curt her country,and the! used by Lord Peter, in the "Tale of so, and we are not liberty question onrutbority can only ascribe it to that worst of all feelings it Cnture.rolled over beforethe.,. does the silk cotton pcess.wbich Will not-. .' .
,toe'of a fresh outbreak at the commencement a Tub." His Lordship is striving to impose nothing is more ce ID'tba thatcompetition' -inhumanity-or that\ more:.degrading i birth of thi ;.and it may t uetracl in the least froS its mentsit' does..' -
of rebellion.. The undersigned does .upon bis recusant brethren a certain tVbwn with' nndutied,\ sugars is ? us many.more to find a people either cable not require very.rich laafei/to: bring ,a good .
not deny that such distinction may, for cer- i loaf which he insists is mutton of the first ,out of.the question,simply an.impossibility; ,stlU.wardic.8 that our fellow-country-' of appreciating or aminng.: such a crop,and it is besides aa early eottoaIa -- :. ., ...
faip purposes,be deemed well founded. Hej.b Quality, from'Leadenhall market. Jack and men 'home may know what kind of a Constitution. Once falen \ dee 1848, Col Calhoun informs us, that to
tl' that a, government called upon to Martin are incredulous. They venture to AARON BURR."About the year 1795, Cl. man is placedatthebeadof' their afiaiis' at cities of the old aist ran planted'an p.cre'ofotd field, manured Liht,
Consider its own rights interests and duties, suggest.with great deference; that, to' their Burr was owner of" nearly' one-fourth this place. [Signed. deserts,it will be fallen, for er.: t in the' drill'with the, silk cotton vSeed--th.. .

.When'civil wars break out in other conn"4ries eyes, nose and taste, it seems nothing more block fronting, Nassau.Cedar and; Ibrt11. Robert:.M. Grier' Capt Com. ,Company Unou were to be dissolved, (Er..itcoultnot i growth of this'.acre was Dot ginned1untiI.: j N .
,may decide on all the e l' >ARtances of than ao ordinary loaf of brown..bread. fOn streets, and "Broadway. He ,was : 'I':.Edmond H. McDonadFirst Lieut. C be reonit. Ajvareoftbe and its the middle of January, an4 then yeMe& .
the,particular;1Ca C Vto own existing this Peter falls i into a terrible passion, and nent lawyer, with an,extensive practice. pany, A, Charles'. Downer, Peter cltf ebi Constitution hundred 9ltwo'pounds''of lU P riorcotoD
.stipulations, pr v-KbTe results on what itsJDWD swears horribly.;; "Look yon," he says; "to was. informed by one of the: profession'thatbis worth len .Michael Geiger., and others '.i. cpletnes when hneyminiat and be alSO sarat in either Hamburg crColuaibia.the .
the wil1iD 1
at one wiI1.alwaya
to accomplish objet
security requites and :on many other convince yjoa what blind ignorant'pbstinate practice pno''u bare {
sdera onL, It may be already bound to conceited puppies you are I'will use but one thousand a frequently HAVAXA'Cm1l'SL71., was created, the people United States alter gi" I4of a cent more per pound for the'silk
'assist one party,,or may become bound if plain argument by,Jovt it is excellent mn' to sit on jure i tboldCity.HaJ.no. We,",the 4 '; nd ,, have ever frowned upon.!!attempts feature' cotton, than, for anyother4.Jtijcftha1., : .
: assist the other and be to everlasting tbe site of : of Havana or abolish any QJtts essential their markets.. :J".l
jt so chooses to .to, meet ton and may you consigned -, Uiim.ll' now in tbe .City Prison brought to .
the consequences of assistance.wb'ether torment, *Jt 'you donot belie've'it.". ton 'aild Burr ,'re: ** .counsel. Incrcrte nf nnr mrticioation| i in ,the i Whenever.any para.5designs ; ,fairly,:.developed k_- 1.1. gththebene6toiraisi4igaP! '. ',-
V* y-- ,
were : lawyers and eloquent 1 t A ".u. hostile to .its integrity, '11',.nays TT \ Kwithih &
But the revolt be recent or long It it just so with the seceders: You must They bot'acte tbe, of rior .
'Continued, the,* -4nBose concerned in believe that secession'will'not produce icivil SfWe ., .A.temrable.incident took place leupaitidni.ns. id ,,Cab been overthrown. To what but this :Constitution distinction farmere,,oralaIb deslrtr toinfofta.. .

'ft'whatever:. torf thelr':offence against war-that it will compel other States against one day., we mID the validity his hand of a about to embark forvSpain, "cannot refrain must.we attribute'the gtorious those who wish to improve their etoDa,.thaL !
will[ in the'happiest'andfreest will f
however be trea- will secede also ihat shall b'e will.' Hamilton, to we possess, aa nc'I&mnaU :isafJ.IQs.otl ,Jie-i
:"their owtt country or they ,their to we '' from, our',heartfeltgratitude : :
,window expressing t and what *Mall
between'the world dol
:'ted, if taken who'arms in their hands in the able, to :an' independent 'navy and happenedto bold t J the T. Crawford, Consul-General ,of people ia,the each : seed:.ot the:Sdk Cotto',at two %
jupprf in* fcU-itrM.-He nravtd M.Joseph troubles and conlentions'tWith jibe bushel-hia Post Office.is Mango,; '
territory of the government against whom e1.0.r re4it-tbat it is : rs'and to.Mr;:W*Sidney our i '
be'.deS army moralsand to'rest financialsystem coirrtrto'stay.proceedings,.idhanding he Britit MaJelanl ,this< ToM other but providential Jebukes for departing Laarens.Districtand: we, think that thoaakwho I
Jhe standard juoltisralsed, can good policy our : & at place j'
: toJ.hejudget.th&nkit ,wise and just provisions t r will find that UM 'p
iomiiioraiaary.use. successful mugliig-thit'Sa. t.beJwill,! op the andBritish from its make the expera&ent
without and American
departing on. L&Tbasber, to I
bminated pirates, r. itia.
: of language in the definition vannah and 'Wilming1oiiwilib.: charmed BrhliLvip D,), rrke ulfathe Havana/general yywt also ,?Sir,,I go"fof the Constitution as But;,iftBn8i Colonel.whose character as a.first-rats" pxo f t
; : .. Is a Heaven 'lt\uo nntoo change ;itt-its'provisions; k and Vratific farmer _ao.well know%
free % ) tical V
has foulan our \ stgtitude.Othwe
of offences A cause which ao, with the"propetbtwhlt : setlois lUbe court owe a 4tn4 : to'be anyrehaagen-J-waflt. thai ...b. _. 4 ,
: orijm as piracy;.cannot, iD'' its' progress. is to tbel -yoa. most be tba'wi the,mtter'at in at to,.loot i owe,all far by their kindness andgenerosity changes*ito he.in favor; .of popular. .. baa not of overrated ataphiwhicn the superlprt r. I .."..
its Buceesfl-oltain :claim to dcof.thiiectar1ltyor lieve manyoreas l we..bii'bbeeaable ,"overcome ; variety t&o I
or by a any alHJethi gl.a4 TbeEwaUrmarkysdated suengthenlng'.thelcgisIsXiVI pow HtrlL .
through: i iiWalJTe Instead of 'i [ _. ;
as the resort, ;;,paper the difficulties and suffering*:we ," 1oj' j .
.t tolerance among rious monstus. aer the will wassigned.The ,. wat.f; er-.frow which all asnrpationa,on the ConelituUoa'ihave .- & t
veyurp'after them -
.nations and 'are not :& de: ; : hich,now .. _' >'-J'a S i
civil th, to % :
; : wars, Lr'Pe.tn''pwu uIDt testator could not make a "A Y yearsafter terii 'lIlnglprem' *' ;orijfS tedV Coax z )d.-mI.t Tba..w. I. 0 .
j ndctc..tGbaye such a commencement., 1Ac jouu cta' weslead.*';Ol course'a.verdict forthedefendantiwuiYcu ..threaten to ajrajthrow;,U w1 legislative. "
> jixi that author'pj knaves, or ritr bywords by aaJtauoas. noun '.; \
btp.1 "
: MrTox ubmiont idot ,:" r .. nower be'JuUylQrthert-resiraiaedj atH
kt.c A..rY"F L&blaaa
*' of the"-I ninCnc .In""England, t' ationand l& the yea;1800,CoJoaelBurr was elected however tf [ more cleifcjJSjr. defined;lei tftf.'veto prin- :1M&.1 1\I
a ,
: the -, onrluwt.w J i'AAr .
Af' ving,- maintained' that: the it't.yard-'afld lantenTposU I to.the of,.Vice-Preaidtnt* ot the'.United [ h.f.u"t oa J1 bItI1bSzirder .. .tfl' "= '
-k.N'n. dot::not forbid the vain"1alo1nprnt. ttber' States.01cf. ,"le'r. E' ,&ma9rileiflsLinbdr .' L'I-! .. .
.dl or.sabjects of one government from tolerant ,: : t .twe ',t DiIII I
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5 irtin ,to thSputherofellowcdizens : raU- r' t. !
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ipe re. ia some itanon, indeed,to think States'as'well a.t, their ;St&.tesuwiUiPg0 :; diet oLfwflful murder? rebt coronc4'jury Uhl : 'I.U .,.ma" ._. "" .oJfi.m:J.JJt. "Jh& t
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to1'b.i-- .. Crops., -' -- '..t'\ .. .-", -GROUHDINO or: KBf' TCAkiJSrp! 'Missis-- .aawf-, ; ;hv; .'4i."y.-. a-tv" e..my" 'reaba-, "" ,- -f<- -. ... IB.! B.i The New AIOR York Sun 'JX.publishes ,' -

We bare received the following from a ppi-The following extract froto r| a Ietter ; : In1nUl' when acorrect public:'seh nent thus mani- n t\of Cal. ment, which it it gives.upon'the author-s: -
gentleman residing at Rose Hill, in relationto written by an officeji. appears. in the'Albiiny: : festsiit&iflthrough i :.correpjbnjentsof;, the_ S. BcrtwoTOSia nWcbmpjeted! |r and ,pre of one of thAmCrcanljbs-
the cotton crops in Amite county Miss: EvenlngJouaL Sa! MTssissim.; :;: v" ;: ,RSAB$ 'S*! *tsjuy. 'f j K1SXKAJC '; J \ J ; _; press-lyhei, th&presseffsinb li awured ,that.>ito p rea'forWrecep'tioa' (guestrdunng, ihe ed from Cuba in answer t statements

Ross HILL,Anile county,Mias. Sept,17. : half FinternumUw"The larjrX addition' to the
2-i 1851. 5A of'public
.August ThuxsdayOctober 9th',1SI.VOiyEiect1on own ; mrta'that which have been made reflecting the
Editors Picayune: I we from the circular in. 'I ,fatigued '.which; has been recently erected
sad. condition we are am so field which ia1 BO appropriately sphere building orginators of the Cuban expedition, its mis-
cf 9ttartfpfj *cotton',factor wlih' b lanl"worK'vth'amy: tter that ?" MCOnded/then it:is that :it comprises pleasant drawing rooms and sleep '
leans, they are. calculating on a J Jaree Crop1from We have been since half-past 10 1 1ci Qi U
be brief. diffhTingC
been Below' the'returns election: to ;'out arid not ing and increases the accommodations '
the fact that new'cotton: has re: within six milesot are of;the will ready apeak apartments ,

...:...l';a..JI' T' .....1:__.fb a->>fallacious JlatULJh a, P. Moo Smyrna of the, and 21sU.afrround with our'Ueaff-spars'over-- cftBOM 0 this county, 1 far a they be alraid.1- Indeed ,we do'not know. that-in for "iaiter.to an extent much: more with.CoJlayejIYs. tens contempt S l Lfeuf.s'd'.
criterion.will speak
as last.far at Such least a as relates to prove this county" It looking not only the dry sand beach but a have. -come. .' t hand. '-The, (vote' L, fr these, performing, i such'a: duty thereis anything to commensurate vith$ the demand hitherto Van Co!! Haynes states that Jaa #
Turkish fortification. It has never been isj reltjrfull ;that of the of "for where the aWof the' made our healthful town. Vechten acted like a
is true that the,cotton" ,commenced..opening '" in' navaL life10''witrress''ISO8trange precincts> nearly be arid ; press upon pUsUl'Cd
earlier this than last, and has continued myexperieric e 3ongresstonaiele7tion't 1850i dthe"Ver7' In addition the ty of the buildingto deserting his ..
season : nd unusual aneventas that: of.a. wlin-tbe ; public', ;, pares t arid that after
to 'open unusuallyMast, _but', this is large, ship, with her'bowsdriven high upon whole vote'of Thec' ntywas At the 1:,:upon whom condemnation_ .may fall, i..theyaVworthy ,accommodate a cap numberof" persons gagement under hiymem"hinx. Sueh is wards Te Tf.

not to be the attributed to an'and uncommon severe 'drought: yield, dry land by her own momenlura.We, county election" 't.9.B unusually! .small : : of'\e"nae jof :men. ,must feel it has been thoroughly 'supplied. ,with' who has 'attempted to malign- n tell<

but which to prevailedyhrongh protracted summer. So are ina; predicament which j.$. this time, is votewas, polJ d-not. For the ,_unreturned -. tbej justice_o t k ,We, do,.not 'assume ,new' furniture,.table set'&c. ,.*:' and libel the motives of men of.true co1 Jp.

severe was the.drought oh many plantationsin the.especially Joss.of unfortunate time) in preventing as it may us result from' ('from getting precincts we give the whig majorities th&:position, of, a.lecturer upon public .The domestic"a'rrahgements )(the jHouse arid! gallantry.! :
With to the the
regard Chahge'in place of
this county that the bolls were forced of 1850.} 5- him and superintended' an experienced lady,
'Be that the are
KOS uth" The ship is,very uncomfortable morals;' province Co!. Haynes"rrifbrms'us -tin
V .
opesh before they were fully grown or ma I and all employed in the various 5- him i of "the highest in charge of oneof the best, boardinghouses lading tat
tured. Should the dry weather which we are S duly ," : long design was 'to land on
rails now," continue for any considerable pre- duties necessary to a release. Most ol the S..' ." .C .g. .s.I' .. 'i. '.4 .qu I }fif': and acquired; but_ of Sa'vnnab, and from' whom "invalid -' part orginal the Island, as that was tbe'.tr,

length of time, it will destroy the crop of weight: and on board has and been there discharged In at vessels this- s' = behooves Us',to express,our ,thoughts,_as strangers particularly may ;expect to receive which the most positive 'assurances of aid
which the rains ,.. appears, .4 = were received, At KeyWest, however
bolls humane parties
August pro- Id 0. uS and kind attention.
young S of evils especially the
hour 9 o'clock P. M. but little t best we can reprobation ,
prospect o = Dst stifed '
0 to the ition.
I do think that : .
this not
lU the ccL most favorable as kit fall may can being this countyup that we shall float for 48' hours' to come.' ,1: :: C.'; ,.O.E-i M Q 0 '' when"we'are reminded. of duty in' that par. The'completion of this Hotel, presentinga's they Irenly received.ep letters' f or Ha 1h,

And if the The scene around us was truly novel, e ticular by. properly estimate the it does a fine facade*m one of our princi1pal informing them that there were' thousandmen
an young
bolls are average cut off: by crop.another drought, and Five Austrian'and large steamers a French;,three brig English'of" war and, were two :Judge*;R. Dortnan of Probate, 44 93 1 maj.maj.. fll duties cf t4vl, ,. streets, adds an ornament. tp our town.., in the Western department readjr to
t3 the and' thousand
there seems a fair prospectfor it, this will F. Levingston. exercise of preparations which have been join expeditionist .two in
reference GOT. Brown
tugging/: us. The beach' under bur bow 1 12 2r,1 2 In to Te mae the suggested*
the shortest that the county : city Havana'
lalQc :
has among produced. A*apportion crops of your pa. was covered by Greeks, Turks, Arabs and Shef.G. 40146 8., t3 ill the pardoning power, we are free to say that the.past summer, for the accommodation- of Honda as a good point for landing.Bhi

per is devoted to agriculture, and as'1' sup.. two or three Harems, and the walls of the At,. A. W.'Clerk.Criohton." 21 94. 16 13 S 17. this is not'the first instance ,of."complaiat we the vast number of strangers who flock to American'officers'regarded it with ditrt
fort covered with for soldiers. .
wish to' all the informationyou apologies not familiar East Florida from the North during the wI- but Gen. Pragay and some
pose you get fresh taavor of the steamers to tug J it J Bowden, 34 9 6 ; have beard; and although we.are i strn.
can obtain Oh this important subject, every us off. went a hauser, until finding we 1. V. Garnie. 25 l. 18 5 with the cases ,in.whiff,this. alleged ter, will I supply a want \which has been"se : uously advocated the landing a( the place
snap Gen.
Ihe ed it extent not out of of the place present to say crop this, I have much deem-in re had not a rope left, we were abandoned to -U.For Bowden u"o., 60149, 1 -, .r',' 5" abuse has arisen, there ia ground for believing sibly.felt during past seasonsat, this point. thus tated some suggested.time, but finally Lopez h 31-Ja s.

lation lofhe crops of this county. our own resources. O.Wood.. 6 S 8- *, sJ.
. Yours, respectfully, 6. M. o.The S To-morrow we take our guns out. It Srto.. Hadock, SO,112 :S !V. the Executive, that the pardoning power has principal public hotel of the place, are more 'Ccers all gave their consent. This Col.
will require many days after we are afloatto 64 ,1 ',,..]" > v houses, them several ,which Haynes regards a the great and fatal{'error.
3 private
of the 20th Our among.
Concordia Intelligencer, put all things to rights. We have heard M. Haynes, 13" .' been wielded to too great an extreme. they followed up their original inten.
clt acknowledges the receipt of a commu- nothing from Constantinople, but hope to on M.Valentine. 16 .. rule heretofore, in reference to the subject, have been newly erected, and are now" in Ha, he thinks far different results :

nication from a planter in that parish, re:; Tuesday. CaOc.W.laddock has been that need'never find fault course of being opened, affording to the so- have wou
46178 3 < a man folo\\d. .
river who states that tl& *
aiding on Black Mr. and Mrs.Marsh Minister .
(our ) passedus
and and agreeablehome. informs the
a pleasant
Co mISioe.John with his friend when there are so journer stranger us greatest
has made its on a publicly ,
worm appearance in their '
army yesterday a steamer ou return
44 6
Price, strictness observed
13 One of these is advertised in another was to prevent the men
plantation in Catahoula parish. The Intel from Beyrout. They will probably go to -E. BUtch l 16 I many enemies (in,,the partisan sense) readyto taking to the value of a cent from the inhabitants .

ligencer says: Constantinople with us. .' **J. Houston, 4 112 111 6 6E.Jgginbota launch out in denunciation on the smallest ..column. unlawfully. As Col. of the regiment,
F. Bethune,
Without question the army worm has P. S. 25th.-We got off this' morning at 4 103 8 occasion. But we- are now and have While these numerous arrangements, promise be invariably placed a guard at the don of

made its appearance in Tensas parish, and 10 o'clock. 116 2 called those actuated ample accommodations to aIl srfch as groceries and other houses, the occupants
been before
in portions of Madison and Carrol. Rumors Yours, &c. A. J. Phillips, 14 '9 8 upon, by of which in
'favorable apprehensions
have tested the" expressed any ,
have also reached us of the appearance of J.Jaudon, U 8 4 by' no unkind spirit, to give expression'tothe by experience all the "villages they entered, or through
RICHMOND, Sept. 27. W. A. Knight. 1 character of this location as regards health
these worms in great numbers in the neighborhood disapprobation which exists in regard to which they So itfuch gratitude did
-of St. Francisville est Felliciana The Whig State Convention yesterday Union Whgs. fWhig maj.lnCong.elec" and who therefore wish to make Jacksonville pased.
tion the of pardoning. We some time . the people this protecion. that a.
parisn. nominated Samuel Watts, ()f Norfolk, for 180. mater .. .,. __._ their abiding- place' ; to such prefera deputation, from some of villages went
Since writing the above, Mr. L. H. Ireson Lieut. Governor. and S. S. Baxter for Attor- since addressed a private leuer 10 me over- a
sufficient to show that to Havana and the General
Our Captain
returns are the who wisfr to besought -
locality nearer sea, or
has sent us phial of worms from Major ney General. The Convention then adopted nor, respecting complaints made in regard t in his and this, be
James Surgefs plantation, in this parish. resolutions recommending their nomineesand the Union Whig candidates have succeededto pardons granted to persons in Columbia and dwell amid antique relics and associations, have been bbal cause of his tints may

Our knowledge of the natural history of the applauding the administration, declaringMr. the offices of this county, with the exception Alachua counties.and of one instance in or who would prefer to alternate their abode H. also states that it is not rele.true that

animal does not enable us to say whether Fillmore entitled to the confidence 01: of Judge of Probate and Clerk. At this this county, and received promptly a some between points both 8singieculiar ad- the Cot inhabitants showed bitter hostilityto
they are the army worm or not. the Whig party. Mr. Garnie declaredhis the After their
The Red River (Alexandria) Republican, They further proclam that the Whigs; of precinct having what lengthy reply, setting forth the groundsof vantages, and of convenient access each to he expeditonists. kindly treated dispersion-af several -

of the 13th inst., says : Virginia can support no man who is not true intention to run a an independent can- the Governor's action in the cases referred the other, the ancient city of St. Augustine says The Creoles would also

doubt of the real to the Union and the Compromise, and assert didate'for the latter office, received a offers its full share of attractions. plantations.
There is no longer any to. We may take occasion, on repernsal, to assemble in the house in which he was, and
presence of the caterpillars. .They have already to the North that the Union can onlybe majority votes sufficient to secure his talk to him about the asking
that letter due the Gov-
publish as an act to
overrun and destroyed many cotton preserved by maintaining the Constitution election, mainly in compliance with pledgesin New Foundry. him why they came in $ way,
fields, leaving not'a leaf on them. Theyare in letter and in spirit. The utmost bar advance of the announcement of candi ernor. We venture to express the hope, A new Iron and :Machine, Foundry has with a force that could effect nothing against

busily at work ou other places, and will mony prevailed, and though the resolutionsdo of Ticketis however, that his excellency, both for his been for some months past in operation at the num'rous troops of Spain.
doubt shorten the one half. It is. not formally nominate Fillmore, they indicated dates. success. our County They'said that if had ,
no crop i own and the public benefit, will more restrain Lopez only brought
the last
estimated the damage from them will be preference for him as the next Pre- fully equal to our expectation, notwithstanding i this place, during Spring bY men enough to sustain himself decently for'

about the same as would have resulted froma sidential candidate. such petty arts to defeat it as ascribing his clemency in future. So far we can say Mr. GEORGE MOONET, formerly of the a shor time, the whole island would haT, .

frost at this time. The Democratic Convention yesterday at it to our dictation, &c. Although no I.i in .his behalf, a least, that in the exerciseof ing firm of ALOP & MOONET. A visit to to his aid. As.it was, such was the
Staunton nominated Jos. Johnston for Governor the "even his failing of the movements of the
pardoning ,
power the Foundry, to witness the operation of rapidity Spanish
lines drawn in the
Shelton F. Leake for Lieut. Covernor, political were regularly '
Extracts letters received in Charleston.
of leans virtue's side." troops, that almost before the news of the'
SAVANNAH, Sept. 30. and Willie P. Bocock for Attorney General. election, candidates of both parties were in to casting, which is performed on Wednesday landing of the, Liberators could be .

"I have just returned from Florida, and Both Conventions adjourned sine die* the field, and the voters cast their suffrages As it respects our community, there is no of each week, has impressed us with the they were surrounded, and all access spre.f, .
---- # encouragement given by it, as such, to the value which must be 'experience!! by our off. The whole '
have opportunities of forming some opinionas A NEW ORDER.-The New Orleans Delta for political favorites with the exceptions before utterly cut country ; except!

to the crops there, and from all I could acknowledges the receipt of the Constitution mentioned. The vote of the others practice of carrying concealed weapons ; andif community, especially those engaged in the little space to which the Lbertor-"er !
learn and see, this State will yield more to Jacksonville is in odor abroad confined, was.in| possession -'
and By-Laws of the "Order of the Lone .elected is abundant to show that. the old ba on account milling, planting, &c/; ia the acquisition, of and the least
S the general crop than last year-the weather Star," recently formed in Lafayette. The of brawls or bowie-knife business," of ties attmpt'o'Fn or disp8.
of the is undiminished an capable manufacturing to the
throughout has been fine, and the plant character} of the Order be inferred from Whig strength oounty sympathize .
producing abundantly. The storm has had the following preamble may: and either again ready t maintain its we are happy to believe the acts of our own the entire machinery of Engines, Mills, &c. the Cubans was instantly punished with

little or no effect on the Sea Island crops of ancient principles or frateruize with Union citizens have not, in the chief instances, occasioned The inconvenience which is always felt by to this the fact that the only
this State, which the planters tell me will be "We, whose names are annexed, desirousof the report. There have been cases who have to send to remote distance intelligence that could h e-bad of the Liberators -
forming a for the of in the cause of our common operators
society extending Democracy
in purpose the that
much larger than last year, as some.placetwice among people they were
the quantity of land is planted; indeedI the area of liberty, and to elevatethe country. We could have elected our Judgeof here within our knowledge in which a few .to have machinery manufactured or defeated, for Lopez was party had'no

am assured that there is more made than character of mankind, do pledge our- Probate with ease bad not our candidate of them have, by the argument of ball and repaired has been ever'felt here; and there- means whatever of making their situation

can be picked. On the extreme seaboard of selres stitution to"be and governed By-laws.by" the following Con- without even an effort given the ffeld to his blade attempted to'set at naught that public fore the importance of having a Jacksonville known, and s the Spaniards ha it their,
Georgia and coast of Florida they have suffered order which the bravest own way. Col. Haynes the native -"
pride be says
The Delta in whose behalf cannot highly appreciated.This
advises the formation of Lone appeals to per- Foundry to
somewhat by the gale of the 24th of opponent Cubans to a man, are anxious for the -
Star Clubs all in preserving, but in general disorders have is in
, August last, but they say not materiallythe over the Union. 6nal were strenuously and establishment now full operation, the present tyrannical govern
It would be an excellent idea to revive an been committed by reckless characters from and is in the entire and the favorable '
weather is fine for picking and maturingthe successiully made. His meagre majority engaged making work ment, moment a opportunitjvpresents -*
fruitj" old order, and form "mind your own business after all tells its own story. Our other places. 'Yet, by whomsoever practised for a new mill now being erected by Messrs. it will happen. He think!'
clubs" all the Union. Mobile Ad cotemporry
over the C would have been fools have
vertiser. and Judge elect-who despite his in our midst, they and their acts are alike Reed, Holmes, & Frink. We are informedthat bans to
MASON COUNTY TOBAcco.-A letter to the
attempted a rising for Lopez, under the circumstances -
editors of the Maysville, Ky., Eagle, from pledge; to "know no party after the election," entitled to condemnation ; and that author- Mr. MOONEY ha other heavy orders on for they certainly would have

five gentlemen of Mason county, says: COLLECTOR OF NEW ORLEANS.that -The C. will we opine continue to perform the func- : ity, whether town or county, which from hand.: The establishment employs some failed, being entirely destitute of arms-'ammunition .'
We have seen in several of your last pa- Lawrenson Esq.Telegraph, bas been says appointed George Collector tons of a party editor-ver much deprecated timidity or the fear of making enemies takesno fourteen white operatives, most of them superior leader, and information. Many

pers, a notice,of the fine prospects of the I of New Orleans; Mr. Adams, who on the eve of the election cognizance of the drawing of pistols and Mechanics, besides ,the necessary did attempt il,.but were .taken on the roads

Kentucky growing crop; and of Tobacco believing in that Mason you otlfhty'have, was appointed in place of Mr. Ferret, removed to introduce politics therein. We shall attempt pro knives in the street, is unfit to execute the complement of black laborers. and left Havana shot like, upwards dogs; and of when three Co! Hayes:.

not been correctly informed would state having declined. The Telegraph! says bably have more harping on this theme now responsible duties of civil police. The pugilist sons of the first famie were in prison for-
Mr. L. is a native of Alexandria, Virginia, Correspondence oftfte Republican. -
that we are growers of tobacco and and a .son of Thomas Lawrenson, deceased, that the election is over. We are at a lossto who in his primitive way indulges inan Direct Trade.WASHETOTOX having en a rising and assin'

have taken some pains to ascertain the of the eminent commercial house of Lawrenson know what superior relevancy there is occasional knock-down whenever the Lopez.
of the D. C., sept. 24, 1S31.
prospects growing crop; give it as our & Fowle, of that town. spirit moves him, should be made to feel
in considerations of ihe wealth
opinion that there will not be more tobacco poverty There is perhaps no State so important'to EEII01.A ,
raised in the county than there was the past How CONSISTENT.-Mr.Van Buren avowed respective candidates, such as have been so there is a law to control and punish him; the movement of "Direct Trade" betweenthe letter received in this city ;

year, and can from actual observation state his belief in the right of Congress to abol- potently advanced by one party in this canvass '- but so also shonld the more refined peace- South and continental Europe 'Flori H Ellis, a Captain in the last expedition of,
Island of Cuba and
the who
that we have never known the tobacco crop I ih the slave trade in the District of Columbia for officers breaker, whose means and mode of redress a Lopez against *
and county da. Her connexion with the Atlantic and is now-a prisoner at Havana, stat", that,
so irregular, In many fields there will be I previous to his nomination for the Presidency derive in
almost an entire failure, and that there is to for the beat. between Harrison and Exercise of the Pardoning Power- respectability proportion as society the Gulf makes her the Key to the Gulf trade, amongst the very promising young men-
loses its moral tone, and magistrates become who have lost their lives in that unfortunate.
be a large; portion of the growing cron,of himself; and yet, entertaining these opinions, its effectj&oMr.DREw ,' a Key perhaps efficient frm'er geo.
very inferior quality. That there are many he received the vote of the Slate of Alabama by ae8ed. I drones upon the industr and good conductof a Cuba. enterprise are everly.Waagb., formerly f
: graphical position as Railway, for this city, and a son of Mr.Gustavus Harrison
good< crops of tobacco is certain, but it is an overwhelming majority fifty of the Se. those they elected to '
equally certain that there is to be a large.deficIency cessionisp of the present day voting for him Dear Sir: I spnd.you a slip from the I and serve. protect instance, from.from St.Mary's,Cedar Key of Georgetown. 5

from a full crop, and the shoot is where one voted against him. .Now these Charleston Courer. I think you can give _ _i ,* would at once "cut the knot" 'and be the We are reminded, by hearing of the aye

now making its appearance and may do same men are for dissolving this Union because our Governor a severe rub on this subject; The steamer which has been means of building up a beautiful shipping i letter, of the propriety of calling upon t .
he deserves lecture. his Pamperot conceued chiefs
.much damage. Congress has abolished'the slave trade! By pardons I as ,, in getting up ,the expe r
; interest for to'
the Gulf
in the District of Columbia; because Congress he has increased crime, encourage the law. mada to play! so conspicuous a part in the as vessels necessary dition, to publish an' authentic list of all tEe

From the New Orleans Delta. has done that which they; have admitted less and bullies, lives of late Cuban expedition, was built- nBaItimmore brave the.Atlantic find,from their size and persons who ,proceeded to Cuba a membersof ',

The following note is accompanied by the she had a right to do. Tbafs consistency peaceable citizens. Many. per'ons particu some eIghteen'onths J. P. onnage great obstacles in the Gulf of Mexico. it. In the case of at least ,one of ;the

name of the writer, which is at the service andflney'/y: for you, with a vengeance! lady the gang of dissipated young lince'or But these are of 'consideration for young men, above named as, having:; been;
of any person who may desire to know it. S ** [Alabama_Argus. men that hang grog shops to get HJIS Es., and Lieut..'HUNTXR, of the U. mattr tied in batle his parent as we are inform,

The writer is a gentleman of truth, honor, drunk, broil ,and fight, constantly carry secret S. Navy. Subsequently, it is said, the latter others and other interests.. awae tht had ,lft New-

.and respectability, whose word "Vill pass THE FIRST ACT OF WAR.-The Southern arms, pistols and bowie knives about disposed of his interest in her to the I wish particularly to call the attention oCt Orleansand: .supposed hinito yet engaged --

wherever be' ia' known. It will be seen Republic, a paper published at Camden, S.0:, them, which are whipt out on the slightest former. The Pampero in the late Lumber interest There can be, made ::a in the line of ,his business."'.The parents -'
that it very effectually disposes of certain gives us a definition of what will! constitutethe provocation or imaginary affront. I ,really move of others who were in
calumnies propagated against Gene/al Lopez first assault upon South Carolina by the think you would be doing the State good ment appeared as the property of L. J. Si- most magnificent arid profitable market upon es with the Spanish kie ad sr. !i

General Government, constituting an act of service, by noticing the above, and letting; GDR, Esq. one of the.proprietor of the New the continent Europe for Lumber of all try. r no doubt not only,ignorant,.put on-,

8 N. ORLEANS, Sept. 2.a, 1951. war, that is, the application:of force to keep the Governor know that his course i disp Orleans Delta.. *We 'now' observe in that kinds. Good sales can be effected, and liberal suspicious of their misfortune i. .-

.5 Editor De1I .-It is with indignant feel South Carolina in the Union. "The 'first proved will of by the citizens generally ; paper of the.16th ult., that ,Mr. SIGUB'S interest advances and. allowances'e made on car- Of the number.who embarked in'the Pam,
assault' will be the of:the forts particularly oblige me by noticing theGovernor's ,
that 1 have watched the vile calumnious retaining in Amsterdam pero, which ba bean \variously state&at.
ings about Charleston.. Unless the United States course heretofore, .and speak ; the Delta had been purchased in goes.. has a large consumptionand from.four to five hundred know .
invented and circulated with yet pc&;
reports to the'motiyesof the leaders of the late regard withdraws all its force: from'the, posts,.and about the subject.in a wayto call the attn Jane last by Mr.. HII8 and the .presumption is ihe.D'JYai for the North,of Europe,' itively of the fate of lees than, half
',.. .cQ Expedition-and; the industrious manner surrenders them at once' to:.the new sovereignty tion of our Cour'and Juries. is that, the'Pamfero was taken in pay- the German ocean and Baltic. .TheAgen&Cor the: fifty who were executed in Havana, anti
that will bean.'act'ol'war., SouthCarolina got, a, reputation at the S. the the hundred, and ,who prisoners
in which the editors of a few Americna ment. say the Baltimore purpose placing! the fifty are now
North Arnerfcan. interst
will on account of.that bowie-knife business S .
proceed to'attack and take
Journals have lent theiraid to the the. most ,per
cause. indirect correspondence and, ion-witb 'Al e.have probably >
them that will be last spring, that she will
of defence. not
: an act get over '
". it .their friends and/
Mr. Van.Vechten, jn..his "narrative, states _. soon.i, There was a steamboat full,of NEW,GuAi&iiTr. 01 CUBA.,TO SpJux,- Hollid'will! be'pres nt'it theMacon Convention : : do :
relatives that their fate shoulibft
hat, the letters received from Cuba were highly melancholy .
forged here; also, tRat at Key West, Gen. i'The Washington; Republic of Monday re respectable strangers lying at your The Nationa Intelligencer gives the follow ;i October 25th, and will there enter into made known., -National Intelligencers .5',
publishes an official notice mariners: and the business talked over ing as an extract of aletterfrom .
Lopez.ordered liquor:to brought. on board thHime.l'heJM a gentleman arrangements to promote this greaf 'jn er-
[ and held "a drunken .carousal, afterwards others interested informing'them: that' thefloating in'Svannab weeks;afterwacds at a in .New::York; whose; cit' *;MORE C JLION.Th attempt. 'unfl.
correspondence ( others of' 'Fl rida.
calling a council,. to'wpich no American officer light' which for sometime past has large publc. hotel.; These things do not in England is from among ) ; 7Prspns the Hunker ,and il .factions of the
was admitted.: I was a member of the been stationed at Carysfort Reef, on:the lose by ) and I have heard since the mot respectable and desiring_to)make:consignments i or, "get' 6rdera Democratic '.pattyia New; York, has';beets

,1 Expedition, on board, at the time, bat unhappily coast' of :florida' ; will on the let of November about that scene- from ,the North by letter. well-informed] 8ources.r, He says ( 'I havea inEurope for their LuwberwUla&hiresa'p.A. "' successful'on japer, Resolutions have as.

I was compelled to leave at Key next, be removed' to-Brenton', Reef, Speak'out Mr Drew and do. noi, be afraid. .l ter'\\by- .the 'last, .Brtsh'IIteaer; which Hollryman in person or by letter at Macon usual,. beeiwdoptedi ;.equivocal' *
West *in' 'of of Rhode'Island, and will:'exhibit tteohite jg Your.respectfully. states terms,, and &uJei cQnstruedby.the or
consequence a severe Attack Spain, and England are Ga.J.from the 15th' .Oct. "to'the" 3d of ijO" ;
sickness. 'I 'W&5 on board until an .hour lightt. fc S From Charleston Courier.' gans Of the,divisipn J outhem Democracyis -
negotiating a
after the council was held,.and I can and do S By, Telegraph to Charleston Courier.- CARRYING .CONCEALED WEAPONS...__Gov. of Cuba. respecting the. gamnti Nov, ,Anagerit'has been dispitched to Europe rejoiceMri.
openly assert that'Mr.'Van Yecbte'n is guilty' !.; BALTIMORE, Sept. SO, '.15 P. M.,* Hunt, of:New York; hasdeclined interfering. l The:; conditions. are' to ascertain. among other, things ,the of areunioiwith'.1ohn'i Van' B te-prp

of a base, unmitigated, cowardly' false' In the New York Cotton, Market to-day,' with the due course of the lawinihe' case shall l have. a Local,Lgi1ature.represen.. kind quality, measurenent &c.,ke.. required, Kingand.Co. ';"*> .

hood. I: was sho\vn""a letter 'from Cuba, Thureday.'a thonsand wasVorth. ales :change bands; of;'Alon'B. Stoolcey be executed New tation,!D the Cortes,.r j| .Madridlandthat statistics j ,are expected by the 1st No- In Tenrisylvania the; Democratic.StaieConvention :
Middling Uplands 9 f 4 and Or
Havana asking aid the But
postmarked ; directly 'S on 1Vth.jnst.; for the* murder proyisiouahafl be made abb endorsedthacothpromise
from Lopez!'ad tAmericans here statingthe leana93.4c.- ; .. of Zeddy:,Mpore. The 'Governorfin 'concluding lition. of forthegua ; vember; ithhequ ns of -ea b'kLlcl we iearn thalWilmot himself has.been,nominated

country. to.be in partial state of insurrection. .': :The steamshlp"Ci/y Glasgow has arrived his letter uppnjthe subject-remarks: ,Slavery in the the.amount.of. freights-4cb.arges, ,commiasionsf&c. -, preVidenjjiyffeLoLihe: 'thirteenth.district ,

The liquor brought on board at at'Philadelphia, but r brings no later European. ;"Stoolrey'B crime mSy be traced the j inforthatiozverygibje.! .: ', : \ ,It is subject -worthy attention by thlunitp4oniou3 pIXte

Key West,-was one keg rof wbiskT for the 1. intelligence. : .. the habit he.ba adopted of direct .5. ( -. and Ijjate;the above Th e Democracy, "Newr'Aik lnd1ennsyIvauiahavng -"
men'andwas, take.n below. I was lyinslpil'.. I "- -Sf f W VW1 .concealed about his t.t a1J jlrsji ;the 5- "Faro'In-iownerJtf upon authority, : 'I iu(.the sc' tbmg 2\
deck when the called and Col.Criitenden .- "A t .Iotthec.I1.II&.nlaUt, : fate should be prS" "ALABAMA.. turns Ilercefyaroundand the Whigs
council was I His warning to all.' dtistraZ," }\ successful"newspaperin _:_ accuse,
and several other Americana were' .- BAT/TIMORZ. S
included. At that'tint*' Mr. Van VechtsnTvas : The .British' mai1]' steamship Canada-has not be''top etrontfy practlcQJt; th irminds'that v n!./whichwa; suppressed lately by a -.k4.i.-Th dior"ol th AJeundria'i of beingtairited Abolitionism! !and callaarfinmoaQujtQy .

the last aian'in.my opinion,'who would arriv !':'at Halifax :from Liverpool. ''which persona'who 'boos.t carry ppica; ;' by/AYe m n'withmua.keinAmerTcan i CRwid.M)Jpemocraf is) r < ,.by tfie'resi-: f ,on"the"Soutbto, supportth

eo basely have:. blackened his leader's fair I. port she left on the 2OthSept. ;' '. -I': Concealed'anna will be,held! l ;; \\d ;res- ,jtr *Hk. *t a1 -* 'the J fyby8ic5anon"the plantations oiMcaEiWTIIiCALnODH < Denjocracy of theNorth* as,' efnend* .
/ame,'and( that too, when beras in the cold The Ofdin' qualities of Cotton had'declined ponsibilityfor.tbe>use Jeymay.,wkofthem'and panb.laflguacompletely. that the 'number .of'deaths of.. "tntUmon'.. n&tbConstttuuon, .*.!-
tmhacof i death, and.'una.ble'f refute his ari eight:.,of 'ft penny, and :the"mid- for that .' .Thepaper ,'"' .. 5' .
consequences mat by therient'visitation :the c. _; ,
charges.; T;know. not whether Mr. .V. is dUng descriptions were a shade lower;' Tb, T eruse_ any thfe jTwairiat.'the: GoMernnien ( ;:)cholera 00 a"

an,American, but t sincerely'hope be is not sales of the;jjryk ;sioy the sailing:of the TbV above",comes,b;us'fromspectabLijorrespondent }fb1 tjjj'; fact rcpuld ;not :those,plantations were twowhite.i (DF.sutyseve. r,& o ;FROM H>Trri>r-ThV8chooner L;iyi&-

foowgoodiiame.' -** !,- Africa'on, thoith comjrwed! 37,000 balesobicb ; ,. reic' ; le> >MSj '' jf J ,publihany: TiNali4 J'QIIN )VolQLJY) anI. at, Bstoiicbringedatesfrni" *
JElM bjD.ilf to.Septeinber' 6th; ; stem0Zwarwas
BA., / II toQk"J,9DO and Es ;An ;
J 'epe : 0 II also qId titi. slayea.1 'Englih
eS '. t S. l seen, ,i fnnt i > .
.HI '- ", 3. PQrterl5.0.
.1711.T'L'l;; ''th. caast'' av'C of" s, ,tl.sdr(1): ; .nd,9rr. : ,._, "" ...t:... ; Ii Qr. .. *. ;:u tu"--tto.v, S pDaf !Noeasonaalssig ed l."tp S xaqTb, 'e e t ec rt ho i, ed ihf BrilishTCorisut W t hf*

S u4cOD4ded at ftftddgiiCud! war: :> m r 't 3DJ IJt '. -I'e s, i. .', .J,I 1nthera "'pot. 'wa beprprzeto .' clearly that Texas is rapidly I i ilaton te'EmpCroifHayti: .nowiii: < 1-taws
r"f' :' D.J !
\ popu
; '
tt#t'pla4 4,J4 ,& ./l Mtf ,. / "" 'IW.Y&D 'f '' v r ''f odeiof th'5qefoor' The*intfease ginig.n are expected' iiitha capiibj dingIWe-
shah,by.C< aasia.;;J gnihim,. direct .tl. U.td S con 'J ce r u' oti" ; in'tht... O"otelyriiri'dd monfes* \hecofonatiori. 'of |he Empc or.. .
bin.to liufogifiye to,MaMapOoa ku6l &i5'7.8 d .c, ( "tr" : itA : :& h which -Varr4d "takepkeetimeV'Coffee'is '
oovey .
deliver her tiere.ll1to the pome nalMfler ,' ;.I"-1414. j f: i. : '.' ) tt;, "' "t'- the ,ly and''tudde, .lydeprived: Vo(.hit: Jag lecUon t;, i theTexasdicates : j "cf' : ; scarw.ai.; .tgk Jp. .. '

muter She. WtHWeiacwwi. ,. Specialv bullion in ihe. _bank or,, ...ii' 11 tvtthout & __ svhrefore So, j! ry aprote ofat.!: :least,30,000tfor the Ptihcer,;Tt: %eir cropJiThichls'saiaabbv b'
..1 rd"1 by enforcing S > the average has iroV'yet comm 4.
Af'tltT. ".... .', "ow-. .. aed..i ,, ': ,J'motef-i 'r";. Baltimore SI' whole State.' (.i' V coming in. .

I. -j" - a ., .._'-

,',, w'T.'::_ -_ _.._.. .. .-" ., ___1 .- _-_
-AKOTHIR ,StravrvoB' OJ'.THE CUUB ,Exrtntoa. E. r ]IJltRISUNiD.O4 WST '," m i en JacksoaTilie' ."relnidelnstitute.- ; I t'ZA thSCfrewl. $ I* .'..

.-A tel aphic' ..communication -, -' .... .. .",., ..,':_' .1OI"hoJTer.of the the Monition State boa for r tnrrattZFO l&ldt -Wc1ai" :hfreWcossnchstrict1 ._ ;,,._ Ij'n' ,, .. I ,' EatJ+ *., ; ._;..,
that LSent. t 1Wt --
: -
Orleans OiJ3AY "J.llj
announces : "
-New ,:.FEONTINa .l"lm ', .
torn OIK/ eijoined to cite
'delivered admonish, # "
SrStmns one of Cot Crittenden' ': ', 0 te Nore'"sct.of Fo! andnotify.aQ ,it j: d! ; -r".J1l".t1lt Sam.won.to-oif--
Theodore whomsoever,
persons taviag
: ? p. { C 1L: v. : pretending to tnm exercises of this I.Fertu"Co..t. w._:,.i alJ.T
party has been'heard from; At the JACKSOmriLlJEB: FltOZUDA."; J 1 nave any right title,interest, or claim whatsoever mTBEFlttiT-.MONllAY1lr astiluUon.1IiI1 be reIJB. r-- Bo dfil dfortW .
'Habane- T'PESmENO. UTED. In and to.the said steamship Pampero;her tackle romed:< ,
{toe oJ their capture by steamer -- oo- rSATE .mRO. furniture, cribs arms,ammunition'and OCTOBER .1 The oarsVof Instruction,inthi* I.mug Dda'U4*.u.b&_.

be Jumped orerboard and escaped to the 1'I'UIE .S SUBSCRIBERS redfal1yEuf: .7l the DdV/JbdO,' .torea/provided lor.her.equipment and rood on school i*designed to be thorough syttematic tsd .JL; hereby notlfed.of the***Hen enwatBftynit "

Sore by ewimming. ,After wandering,for JL their friends and acquaintances that they : Mlofl reas" .'rrding:' : board of her and siezed by yonin the mode'and exterjsrreembraeiJir the lower:and bifhw branches ;by Attachment return*))!*.t4 Oa Baxt'Tt *,

.month through the woods and mountains have'established themselves ia, the.,'mercantile ft lilcio information bath been 1ed manner directed by law and by the rule off:this of an English Education,"toother with.""*tij&' '*>f mid Court,and are hereby reared to.- ,;

and shoeless and without any other business in this place, and are now receiving and In the District Court of thi United State for the Court, and. by all other..kwttJ&ls&D411 French language, Drawing and Paintrog. .*d plead to the declaration: filed then*

Irted opening at the stand above a full assort' Northern of on .this da,,;by whatsoever whereby this Monition may"be made "Miss? S, having'bad much experience inecr.h.Ing iig to 1&U ko'Ballw4, i"
than.leaves' and wild fruit, be surrendered named S D Ford will endeavor to bring the best available insane JElly. 1851..hr.703m. _
food ment, consisting of Geo.W. the United States most public and notorious) to be and appear be : v,
I himself to the authorities, and was for the said District;ia the IUUD.Dd on behalfof fore the Judge of.the.said District Court upon intd requisition to promote the welfare of her.Pupils i Hc
DRY OODSc CROCfcMES JLKD United the of said bourBtoraltf-and intellectual. And Uiat-ilxy Xw .lCuUJr..C.nalt C0 rt of. .'R\J .
&tiiito kflavCharlcstonCourier'ibe : nCLs the State and of all others concerned, return proces.sauw time and place .- -
l1D\.Ul, against,the;'steamship called the r"Pampero/', last aforesaid,then and, there to Interpos their may realise the extent of the advantage,offered, : County t ,

Which they offer for enle a*cheap v they be' now lying at the port of Jacksonville) in this District claim and to answer the premise and make their it is desirable that those who intend entering this rUz. ra for ,Fo"J.It.l'eCi'

S rinnab'',Georgian proposes the fol- purchased at any establishment' in the Southern Ca ,together with her taqjtle,apparel,and furni-. allegations in that behalf and to do and abide by Institution; ,should do so M.early*4-possible_ sitestheopethngofth.School. ;' :"" o&UI'J'PeciUon'} *tt MOttd& t.
niture the the and perform, what to _. ,.- .v*. : ) Personal
Presidential ticket to the Democracy country r their entire*tDck having been selected earns baringbeen peuedfcy Collector receive justice shall appert&in. ( *
The Scholastic
jowine year is designed to.consist of Jatwb Cot.bere1ld .- *; *)
of ud port for .violation": ,the Revenue ._And whatsoever yon shall do in the ,
of the firm with much '
by one and attentionand
: For President, George Mi Troup of with view to care Law of the United States, and which,said libel lies you will certify and make return of the same four Sessions,of euvmmek* each, and 'no Pupil' IT appearing the'ialurfaeHoa-of',the'Court?*.

Georgia; Vice President, James K. Paulding, themselves a particularly that they th mkl they to information propounds. and charges in substanceas horepn, together.with this Monition. at the time can be received for few time than vtte Sution,nor the,*tld-defendant-iwidM.ritaont to*'..
New York., <,' fatter follows, to wit ; .and place aforesaid.' can any deduction be mode for absence,.except. in r StatS of Florida, to wjt in the State CaE&f '
satisfaction --
of to all who favor them if -
may < the eases protracted ilmeu. : nia. Therefore motion of 1;oteItGbeitD& "If
"lstV: That the said steamship the Witness Honorable Isaac ll.'Bronson; f on .. .
with their both ,
patronage, as to the 'prices and Pamper, '
THE UNION or METHODISTS. The Baltimore quality of 'did on the fourth day of August now last past; ; _' Judge. f the-d Court, at, the Courts ,"COURSE OF .STUDY.- Era.AttorceT for the petitioner > '-->vt '
the g" [ s.] House in the''city of Sk Au"us&ine 1st CLASS. 'f/ Defn- -< IT IS ORDEREDthat tht said,defendant 4*
the raid being then Sp
Their steamship and there vessel : ning Reading,Wrifiag.
of the a
Clipper says that tbe'efforts to r -il ite part following articles S" thi 13th day of and answer, the,laid..petition wthia,".,
which are shot the enrolled and'licensed under the act of Congress September, year .big, and Arithmetic, P r session.- $4 00 appear
of the North bestquali&y.most of Lord l851h r t time ro5cril>edby law:or that Judgement by a.
the,Methodists and South, eince fashionable;and latest styles, '.. carrying on the eo tingtrade..prooeed on a our s Y' '2nd CLAssJ.'Exercises 'in Composition Arithmetic ." ,. -

< him 1
the issue of the'Methodist have been S '. foreign voyage without tret giving her licenseto (Signed) GEO.R.FAIRBANK8.: i: fsu1wlllbemnderedagsbts$ :: :
to wits up .* Clerk..GEO Geography/Grammar, the ElemenU of It is farther ordered that copy of,thb.ordtf lit
unwalling.. The project.met with disfavor ,* tba Collector of the District comprehending the 1' rypereeschoi.,- -_- -tfS 003rd be
English port from which she was about to suchforeign .W.,.CAJX, U. S.; Dist. Attorney.. : publish lIOlB'newspaper published b,thlWCircuit .
proceed on -
American Prints : CLAW.:Arithmetic Ancient .
&tthe8outh.MALtTh0LA. Geography, and once eveer1wo week for four month*,
voyage; and being duly registered by such ,, A true copy .J9hiN'T ,MYRICK, Modern Natural <
Ginghams Chbl; History, Moral and Intellectual months. THO. DOUGLAS, Jadft, *.*'
Collector the Collector
White ,to WIt of the port of New Marshal.' Philosophy.Rhetoric, &. session_ ,
,per --$6 00. JackonifliAugnst3IS3l. ,4m I.-It.
Ud Orleans and District: of Louisiana By GEO. J. 2EHNBAUER .
; .
letter from Athens states contrary to ,
Cotton Gloves Silk & S -
3 An additional will be made" -
jchorge for
the form of the statute in such .Marshal.' the . 4in'ti
case made Deputy
: "
four miles from the Prints, Burlin lined & Cashmere proTided. __ French Lanzuaire. -
that workmen employed ." S. r Drawine and Paintiner. ; Pattern'.Circuit Cofect,f r Cfel..
city in draining the field of Marathon, found do., Lisle Spun Silk &Kid Gloves, "2d. That the said: steamship, the Pampero, NEW FALL'.GOODS. :To meet the-o ting Dt expenses,:of the teacher _.b2aCoaty. _
Cap and Bonnet Ribbons Plain andFigured : ,
the &e
it is
school desirable that
; "
of the warriors who did, upon the twelfth of last roO payment
( day August
of sepulchre now : IN C1IANOBB.T.EanliEdwarda .
the place Irish Silk Cra- -5--- be before ;
made the close of the Session for which 1
Le Linen ,
the said .
past, steamship being' then and there O.W.'n.\u.TOY .
fell there in the memorable battle 400 years "at ., Scotch vessel enrolled and licensed Under the act of Congress a S the Pupil is entered. '$ :' ,i :> X,.
before the birth of Christ. E. Diaper, SwLs and Uook Muslins, for the AV1NG st returned from the North with Applications for admission may be made to S' vs.. .. J EinforlHrorce.Mosei .
Jackonct& Cambric do.,Bared&Striped do., carrying on without coasting..firs trade proceedon her a large and splendid assortment of I I :Messrs; J'M.Daniel;A'M Reed Dr liD Holland, G., d'li'ardi..5 : : ::; .g t,.

Ladies D. Pearl Gilt & Bone', enrollment a foreign voyage :giving up STAPLE; Her Swart,! or to the Teacher, herself. .,.-, JT appearing to thtnntUfaction this Cowrit
TrimiR and license to the Collector pf the District :'FANCY 1R.r.GPODS.
MISSIO'ARIES.-The Buttons half Hose Bro S Jacksonville 2.. thattheDrndanMosesG.Edwszbresjbeomd .
do. ,
EMBARKATION OF the from Sept.'11..1351.:.. tf.. ,
William Shirtings and Sheetings, do. Bleached, Block comprehending port which ebe was chiefly purchased at auction and from first hands, '> the limits of the State of Florida--," ***
William I. Culter anil I "
Rev. about to proceed on such foreign voyage;and be- would respectfully call the attention of "
Col'd Alpaccos, Mouslin do Laius, Merinos, the citi- : Uu motion of Solicitor for Compfakluuti faOf> -
E. Snyder, Missionaries of the Foreign Faney Cassimeres, Lind' ing duly registered by such Collector of the Customs zeal of Jacksonville and the vicinity, and, invite Notice. ordered, that the said" DefcnOaBt appeswc"piea4p.f

, Missionary Society of the Lutheran Church, says, Kerseys, K't'y Jeas atiett, Tweeds to wit,the Collector of the Customs for the them to call and examine hi goods before purchasing S WEEKS after:date I 'will. appiy to the answer,or demu-,to the Mid Bill ,within'tare ,

hive embarked the ship Mary Ann, Capt. Made Clothing, silk & llankets Rea port of.Key West nd District of.South Florida, elsewhere as he flatter himself that he will lion.Judxo,of Probate of .Alachua ,county, (3)months or the lame will be taken a*CenteRed *.

for Madras, and for the Lutheran Cologne French Extracts, Sugar, contrary to the form of the -statute such case bo able to sell many of his goods 'cheaper than and State of Florida, for Letters of Administration And thai a copy of this order be published la*

Crosby, Crushed & Loaf, Java & Rio Br' made and provided ever before offered, and now forBargains on the Estate of Nicholas. Seborl, late.of eotne public newspsperothe' Eastern:Circuit. Of'
mission among the Telogoos. The usual Green & Black Tea Chockolate "3d. That the raid steamship, the Pampero, said county deceased. W. SCOTT. Florida for the space of three monthx. .

devotional exercises were conducted by Dr. did, upon the second 'day of September now last S : S August .II, :Iti51. .- 6wSheriff's THO.DOUGLAS,Judge,tc..,
Starch Flour Butter
& Lard 't .
His Stock .
consists in part of Super Black Ital .
the said then
steamship being and there
of the Secretaries of the American past a s. A trne ,
; 1. copy
one Soda Lemon & Butter .
Sugar vessel enrolled and licensed under the act of Con- ian Dress Silk, De Laines of all prices, Plain and '.. Test '
Board. Boston Co14r.ISTR. Crackers, Mess Pork, Fulton Cashmeres Parametto Sale. S 1f
Figured Cloths French *
gress for Carrying on the coasting trade, proceedon lka. S.ScARBOROUGH, Clerk.1
Market Beef, Mackcral, a foreign voyage without first giving up her Merinoes, Alapaca Lustres, Ginghams, Col'd and SWILL expose to fata to the highest bidder in July 31,ISO.* ,
R ice, Table & Sip Salt, enrolment and license to the Collector of the Fig'd Swiss Muslin, Plain and ..,.' Swiss Cam- the Court House door in the town of ,

CULT'S IlEiLTii.--In a paragraph Hay & Com, Saddles Customs comprehending the port from wbtch she brics, Joconetts Check Cambri, Muslin Robes, Jacksonville, Duval county,on the first Monday State of Florida Southern Clrenltf'Jtl.. -f

published yesterday copied from the New and BridlcsCoguiao was about to proceed on such foreign voyage, and Worked Curtain Muslins, Calicoes,'French Hair in September next, at tttf usual hours ofsale, the roe coantjr. t

York J/irror, it was stated that the healthof Brandy, American do., being duly registered by laid Collector to wit Cloth Skirts Super corded Skirts &0., &0., and following property, to w1tFhat certai half lot. .

Mr. Clay was in such a feeble state thatit S Jamaica Hum, Holland Gin, the Collector of the Customs for the port oC Jacksonville a large assortment of Woolen Shawls, Scarfs, piece or parcel flf land, situate, lying, and being Edwin O. Guynn, ) >.&
Rose do.ManongahelaWhiskey.'Rye and Northern District of Florida &c. In the town bt Jacksonville, DUval county,and vs. > 1
was doubtful if he would be able again to l., Me trary to the form'of the statute in such case,mode con- ALSO State of Florida;and known and described on the Ann E.Gnynn, ) .* ',

visit Washington. We were yesterday deira Wine,Port .,Mali- and provided." Super French Blk Broad Cloth. Fancy Cas!i- plan or map of said town, a 4 the west half ftf lot BILL n CHAXCZRT TOIL DIVORCE, ORDKX AT. '

shown a letter from Mr. Clay himself, to a ga do., Porter ptl., Champaig "4th. That also the said steamship the Pam- metes, Fancv and plain Kentucky Jeans,Satinett, number five, in square number ten,together with CHJUIBEES.r ,
Lemon Syrup, K then and there licensed Mack and fancy Silk Vesting, White, Red.and all and singular the tenem JieredUraaeut3.and Court '.
friend in this city in which, speaking of his pero, being a vessel according appearing to the satisfaction of the ,
ches, Broad, Hand& Lumber Axes, to tho of fellow Flannels, Colored Sack Flannels, WLita appurtenances thereto belonging, or ,in any wise :
act Congress has : ;
for carrying on that the mad bill been filed,and by d.
has been
health, he says"It not good Hand Hatchets, bhiuglin Hatchets, Colored and White set tort n in mortgaeeand
the Flannel Canton Flan- appertaining. Property
trade the
coastin' of
was, on second day Sep proof that the said Ann E. Guynn resides.out of
and is feeble.! I Trace Chains Podded and Wood Harness S will be sold to satisfy a judgment of foreclosure
hope neb &c. &c.
the past summer yet tember of the ,
present year, at the port of inc this State, to wit: at Spanish Well,one of th.
and believe it is improving, but when this Mule CoIas, .Manilla& Cotton Rope,Pot Ware, sonville in the District aforesaid, found engagedin Fancy Goods : against h'Iish.1 Hall anil Elizabeth Hall his wife, Bahama Islands; it is ordered that the aid .Ana h

machine of ours gets out of order it is difficult -I Stc.Stone& .with, Crockery ware and of glass. Paints, Oils, another and different trade than that for which 'ladies Super 131k and Col'd Silk Mantillas, in favor of George JOHN Hurt.G. SMITH, Shsriff. E. Gu/nn appear, and plead, answer, or defend
.e., variety
every goods usually keptin ,she was so licensed to wit, in a trade between the S 'said bill on or before the first Monday
and ,
to re-adjust the misplaced screws, a Dry Goods Store;also'a large and choice selection '; of Jacksonville Lace Veils White and Col'd Sun Bonnets,Laces, By T.N. McCORMICK, Di.t. S'ff. against
and uveinbemnexL In default which
the result with port some foreign port or Ribbons, Zephyr Worsteds, &c. & 24. 1m said appear-
0. together July
have to await of
only Bonnet &e.
we Coot :hol&t place upon the island of Cuba, contrary to the with large of Gloves ante, the said bill will be taken pro eanfnto against
and resignation.Wcdunglon Tele &0. The constantly receiving form of the statute in such case made aud provi and Woolen assortment Shirts and Hosiery Drawers, Fine Cot.ton i The above ale b postponed until the first day her. prodded that a copy of this order be published -
such additions to their Stock the state of -: of December next.
a ded. in some public of this State tor
graph. and Col'd Chintz Shirts, Marseilles and knotted
the market may require and having made arrang'ent *' And also, that by reason of the premisesand i he space of six months before the said first Men-
in New York, orders can be supplied Counterpaines together a large Stock FOR SALE.
virtue of
by statute aforesaid the said day Ul November, or provided that ifs copy.ot.sai'
of Bleached Brown
Acor5n, Sept.29, 10.20 P. M. possible notice. steamship, the Pamjvro, her tackle, apparel, and also 124 wide and Ble-oched Shootings and Shirtings; A. Two Story Dwelling House, bill, and of this order, shsffl be personally'%t

A duel was fought on Saturday afternoon Hides, Tallow, Beeswax,and Buck Horns, willie furniture, and the cargo found on board of het, I goods; of every description.Sheeting, and domestic i 10. just completed, conveniently served upon or delivered to her,then she is hereby#

Carolina between J. M. received in excb&cga for goods. and the goods! wares, and merchandise imported I m arranged for a large family, with all or41..red{ to appear And plead, answer, or defend.
it Vienna, Friends and customers are respectfully solicited in her, have become forfeited," and praying due CAUPETISGS, &c. I. necessary out buildings, in pleas- against said bill, on tha orst rule day after three 1'
Smylhe, Esq. one of the editors of the Au- t cal and examine this stock before puichasing process of law against the same. Ingrain, Entry and Stair Carpeting, CarpetBags ai t part of the Town of Jac 30nt'ille. Attached months after tYke said service or delivery in default -;*

pusta Constitutionalist $ Republic and Dr. E. L. HARRlsOX. & Co. And whereas, a warrant of arrest for the seizure !, Boots, Shoes and Umbrellas. Ready Made I to the premises U a vegetable garden,and a Well whereof, the'naid bill will be taken pro eo.-

Thomas, of this city. The cause of the dispute &Itcmbr I, 1s31. tf.1'TARSTAT1'S of the said steamship Pampero her tackle, Clothing, &c., &c. : '*> .of excellent water. Titles unJispl4 .bl fe io. against her'at lat mentioned rule day.

was" article that appeared lately in apparel and furniture, sCud of the cargo found onbOard JEWELRY: i ALSO, y, JOS. LANCASTER, I-
an TSaitind Doctor SALE of her, and of the goods, wares, and merchandise Patent Lever and Lepine Silver Watches,Gold :likely young negro woman of good character, J nd-, Southern Circuit, ) -
the Chronicle if sig reflecting imported her, hath this daybeen issued Ear-rings Breastpins linger Rings,Studs, Wrist : a good cook, washer, and ironer. Mate Florida. %
as Mr. Smythe considered on himself By the seal of an the order District issuing out of and to you, returnable before the Judge of said Pins, Gold Pens, together with a large assortmentof i ALSO, KI'Y West, April 3. lS5L
Court the
uclcr of Court,at the Court House in the of St Au- fine Gilt and Silvered Silver Thimbles '
author. city Jewelry,
the Columbia Fla.
A valuable hi
plantation county,
United Mates for trio Northern District of Flori- I CERTIFY the above to be a true Ciolll.t
gustine, one the NINTH day of October next at 11 & ., &e., together with Silver Table and Tea copy .
third fire Mr. shot first
was four hundred
the Smythe containing and forty-eight acres
in office.
At da the 3d of October inst. the file
on day in a ocr- original now on my
mae 'clock A. which time and place hath been Spoons,Forks, Knives, Butter Knives &c. &c.
with the improvements .,
the and tam in rate cotton IanJstogethcr \I.luabl" J. M. BRACEWELL .
wherein United
the ball parsing through right, nearly proceeding Admiralty, the Appointed by the said Court for the hearing and "tc. ,

>. ] through the lefuhigh.i TLe wound, how Mates are Libellonts against the Steam Ship'auitcro trial ofthe matter aforesaid upon said libel. Now, Country Merchants wou.d do well to call and ., thcreSm ol" Clerk,M. C.C." .,
her tackle furniture Cargo V ALSO Key U eat, April 3,1331. jnly3.Gm.In .
apimrel, and ,
ever is not considered mortal, and he reached THEREFORE y/tw are hereby commanded and atro.ttg examine my Stock, as tho goods will be sold to .
Lawrence 3. Segur, Claimant: I shall offer The following lands in Marion county. Fla., to
cnjcttitd to cite admonish
and all them in
notify as cheap as they can buy Savannah.
boat Sun-
the Petersburg on Court-Eatern
Circuit Clrcalt
Augusta by for tale at the Town Jacksonville,on Saturday, whomsoever The Subscriber thankful wit: One Plantation containing six hundred and fw'i
having or pretending to have to the public for the
day night and is doing well. Dr. Thomas the llth day of October inst.. at 12 o'clock M. of any right, tide: interest, or claim whatsoever in patronage heretofore bestowed upon him,hopes by forty acres,well improved-one containing ,five Florida.. '-'J

trn untouched. that day at the Wharf of Messrs. FarnanJez.m and to the said steamship Pampero, her tackle, trict attention business to merit a continuanceof hundred and fifty-six acres with improvements, II. D. Holland, Admin'r. of Estate ) :,
.' .-1Jec & Co., the following articles found and one other containing one .hundred and fifty- of JC 'Rcab "
onboard apparel, and furniture, or in the cargo aforesaid the same. G. W. BARTON. 'eo. ,- vs. .
.- .---- t' of and seized with the said Steam Ship or any of the goods, wares, or merchandiseif Jacksonville, Sept. 25, 1951. 3m.. nine acres, well improved,-price reasonable, and M. tc. B. Force, Brother & .

ARRIVALS: AT BCFFKfGTOX HOUSE 'ampero., to wit : ( any) imported in her, (in the modes and man accommodating. Alfred Ilngee; T. Q. Risley; In Chan 1.

CoL. S. BtrFroToN, Proprictor.lSept. 13 Bis.Beef, ner directed by law, and by the rules of thisCourt Apply by letter, postpaid, or ia person to, I). Hart. George,Mooney, L.1 '_
[ Notice.Atlantic S. Ch.it -
Bread, and by all other lawful means aDd methods mas )V.Jones,Thos.O. ...
.t Col T O'Hara. }CyThos 1Jexter,PIa; S 5" Hour, whatsoever whereby this :Monition,may be made and Gulf Railroad Company. Jacksonville, June ID, IS5I. lawtLNotice. ASop & Bours, and John 'j

Judge Bethuna, Ph; COlD M I'carlon, dO' S 13 95 ps. Bacon, most public and notorious) to be and appear be- f Mnrdock. r,?
I Wilson k Lady,8 C; ED Tracy, E \V ]one!, .1 the next annual election for Directors of .' S
12 Bis. Rosin, fore Judge of the said District Court upon the THE reading and filing the BiDofCompWnt
G W Aldrich, Thou Jones, Fla. 14 151s. of Oil, return of said process, at the time and place last AtlanticGulf Railroad Company will WITHIN terms of tie-Statute, in such eases UPON said Complainant,and appearing
oe held at the city of St. Augustine, at the Court
23.G W CaXU I M Beggs. Madison. and provided,1 will apply to the
2 Bushels Salt, aforesaid, then and there to interpose their chums thereby that certain of said Defendants, to wit a
26, D C Gamble, Tallahassee; li II Phillips, S 1J Bags and to answer the premises and make their alle- Room in the Court house in said city, at twelve Hon..Judje of the Circuit Court for the Eastern l... M. t. B. Force, Force Brother CoM and 'Alfred .

M y Port; Capt. Saddler, Fla; J M Macias, Savannah. 2 Boxe Cole ap, gations in that behalf, and to do and abide by, o'clock 1331. on Monday. the 13th day of October next, Circuit of Florid, for,leave to sell the land be- Ilngee, are now residents and:'eiUxeni of

1 Venaicffla, receive and perform, what justice shall apper- locgingto the Estate of William fccott,late of South Carolina, and that T.C. Risley reside io
rr, Francis WSTCT, Eay; Levinson, & Co..N I Barrel Molasses. S A. G. BENSON, Columbia county,deceased.' the State of South Carolina.: _h '.,
Y Charles M Fall, Ulinr Patterson, S Y. tain.And B. A. PUTNAM, .W. W.SCOTT, Admr. .,
; whatsoever yon shall do in the premises, It is therefore ordained that notice to appear
2 MV smith Alligator Calvin Bn-UJ, lady < CASH in goH or silver on dplvr. GEO.R. FAIRBANKS By SMITH & O'BRIEN,
JOHN T you will certify and make return of the same hereon and answer said Billof, Complaint be given.to
!T Commissioners.
and family, Mineral Springs; Col II Titus, U.1. Marshal together with this Monition, at the time and His Attorney's. said Defendants by a publication of this order la
Ca pt Parson, P Vantaswl, Fh GEOS P. place aforesaid. Sept. 25, 1951. td. Alligator, Sept. 6, DIM. 11-tf. some Newspaper printed in said Circuit for tW

Oct. I,J Morton,J \V Whit, Tenn; Dr.S ZEHXUAUJ Witness, the Hon. Isaac II. Bronson, space of four months once a week consecutively,
K Kenartee,, !acon Ga; Geor r: Bt'a.r h, X Y j Dp'ty S.larh Reward. Notice.X .
Jacksonville Oct. Judge of said Court, at the Court Hou Thirty Dollars from the date hereof. And it is further ordained'
Mn It W Feruson. )Ionticeflu; Mi s 1\1. 'V.Cupbell 4 191. oe.t. [r.. s.] in the city of :t. Augustine, this ISth II AN AWAY from the Turpentine place ; MONTHS aft em date will present the ac- that unless said Defendants appear and answer
do; Cot J P Sanderson, Jacksonville; 0-6 counts of vouchers of William Scott, deceased within
day of September, in the year of our. of the Subscriber about the middle this Bill of Complaint one month fret
K B Gibls, Fla;John Holmes, do;John Cureton, Boarding. Lord Jd.'il. of last, JUPITliR on or about Administrator of the Estate of Hickman expiration of the time of the publication of Uu*
s August aged
do. hE SUBSPJBER is prepared acc'ommo- (Signed) G. R. FAIRBANKS, __"_ *>- feet 10 or 11 inches height, Hair King, deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probates of order, a Decree pro confesso will. be taken againsfc. ,
2. 0 II Marshall New Smyrna;Capt JMyrick. TI Clerk. Alaehua county,and to be discharged from further them. .
number of
Boarders his
date at
shewshis teeth
a recently slightly quick spoken ( when
Tallahassee Mr Shines, Ha. W. Dist. grey odrfcuiitration of said estate. TIIO. DOUGLAS "
erected residence in the Northwest of the GEO. CALL,U. S. Attorney.. with air of and ,Judge, te.
3 T H Nathan Miller John Taid- par speaking) and xui imjiortance pre- W. W. SCOTT Admr of the '- '
Fterbep*, town, the location of which is known t highly A true copy: JOHN T. MVRICK, tends to be a preacher. The said negro has been J, Isidore V. Garnie, Clerk of said Court, -d.
lei,N Y: T E Buekman,Clifton Mills. b Estate of Wm. Scott, decease
faAorable to health and comfort torn U. MarshaL the other the hereby certify that tbe*bov is a true from
se en frequently by negroes place, copy
W Willet do ele'atioo
4 H Steven Savannah SMITH &
; OTJHlEN/hia ,
; The is just completed ; the By GEO. J. ZEHNBAUEll, and is no doubt prowling aruuud'the neignbor- the Records of said Court of an order made ..%
TaUahauce.SERBarnell'S lOU J .
sleeping 1851.hl6in.
Doct Gamble,lady, child fc servant, Newnonsrilie,Sept. S,
Deputy Marshal. the seventeenth day of Juue, A. D.I851..
Y M Godwin. John B other arartment being Epacotand fhed hood. lie has visited Glynn County,Ga., anti ,
; as it respects be found on the Road. 'la witness whereof 1 hereunto set hand
Webb, T Tumlin, Jacksonville;Henry G Massy, plastering IS HKKKHY GIVEN, to all may SA :31 ,L .HOYll & Co., my
Florid The hluilure iiou!is also entirely new, NOTICE The above Reward and all suitable expenseswill L.s. and affix the seal of said Court., -

6,Geo A Turknett, Senr, Geo A Turknett, jr, being just received from New ork out of the District whomsoever Court of, of the the United Monition States issued for be paid for his apprehension and safe deliveryinto GEN HAL. CO1SSIO MIICIIfJIS ISIDOEB V. GAESIE,,Clerk,'&e."..
of Duval
been Jail
Junes Malone, Ga.. Arrangement have excellent made t the ta- the Northern District of Florida, and deliveredto the county HENRY,county.D. HOLLAND. June 17, L-J.9-&m .
with ample and and good ser 1
, vants & been employed to attend to the corn- me, of which Jbe following is a copy: J aok80nviIe,' 2j, IS.1.' tf.. In The Buying And Selling Of In Circuit Court astern Clri

no to render House in all STATES OF AMERICA *
spare pains my : GTON HOUSE'
MED,in thi town, on Friday,3d Inst., FUN- refpccts pleasant to those who make it their home, the BUFF __ c' _/ .. IMPLEMENTS"ND In COIXCEKT.
To IheiMarihal of Northern District Florida -
cs Pits,aedl6 months and 23 day, infant son. and respectfully invite a call from citizens who hit. of JACK ONVILLE, EAST FL ltlDA.. MACHINERY. William
or Deputy, greeting:
Bin for Divorce.Jlilly .
44 Antonia A. and Ygnacit/D. Caiiova. wish permanent Board or strangers who may sojourn I SUBSCRD3ER respectfully informs the ALSO, Acndns'l
in the Whereas, a libel or information hath this day THE A
At La Villa,near J lI 80nville,'on the 3d but.EiniAED ., months. our hOSIitble die during W.D. WARD.winter been filed in tke District Court of the United in general, that this House will be all _'Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Eusopus, ,to the satisfaction of the Court
tates for the iS'orthcrn District of Florida completed and prepared for the reception of Board Colagen, Cnllin and Bolting Cloths. Also, TfT appearing
SPESCER BAIEE, eon of Dr. Joseph S. Jacksonville, Oct. tf. by every J. that .the defendant,Milly Adkins, reside, hftjonj -
9,1l. IPS. W. Call, E a., Attorney of the United ers by the firet'by' of October next,-having kind of produce .North and South, and casapaid "
the limits of the State of Florida
&nd Sarah II. Baker, aged* 9 years. Thus has Stat.M, fir the said District in the name and on about five hundred feet front;with piazzas in front for Wool Hides,Deer Skins;and Shipping Furs. be ,
Allen after a brief illness,'a lovely youth, full of Notice Passengers. i neba'.f! of the United Mates,"and of all others conserr.fcd and rear, making it as eomfortabU as any house SAJPL HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO.' On motion ordinary'proceeds of John C.can Hately Esq.served Solicitor upon for
t in the South and will be able to accommodate .' .
lope and promise. against the steamship the Pampero,now ; complainant. _: ,
FROM SAVAITJVAH TO PAAT :yiug at the port of Jacksonville,in this District, over one hundred and fifty persons. He would References:." : It is Ordered that a heu'ingbe had to the faetfc
together with her tackle, apparel and furniture, say more particularly to those visiting the South '
Jllctsn. AiDKifw Co:, FKJI\KLI\: &BEASTLET charged in th-eoinlainant a ml, at the next
31 AIL AHRAKGESIEXT. Via Daren Brnswic St. Jlar'I Jackson and the arms, ammunition, and stores providedfor for health and the benefit of our delightful climatehe ,.WEBSTER & PALMES, 'SWIFT DE\SM & term of the Circuit Court to>be holden in, and for.'

1de Bla Creel her equipment, the same having been seized has had an eye to their CpecialeomfortandhILS Co., Savannah,.,Ga.; WM. P.',MILLER lit .to., county of Alachno- at Newnansville on the see-,.
The Northern between the hours of : by t the Collector of said port for a violation of the made his arrangements to make all who may
Mail arrives TO LEAVETUUBSDAT, O.AT4 O'CLJ P... New York; lttaGLns No'l"KS.t M.t.80 &Co.., Doswn.Ius. ond Monday December next, Provided that a
him call comfortable and well cared for
laws of the United States which said libel give a
10 A. M., and 4 P.){., on Sundays and' Wednes- THE new and superior fast steam information propounds and charges in substanceas His table will be under he superinteidanca of, ; F.I3. LOOMIS, l'Q., Nev. London, copy of this order be published the law direct,
S. ICB5 Es. Wilmington DeL, for the of three months.
Ct.J1. ,
&ijs and will be closed hereafter MAGNOLIA, P. Mas.. You of much experience.- by : space, .
on Monday and .S, packet follows,to-wit: a, a lady Savannah 2Sth 1S51. THOMAS DOUGLAS tc.
Thursday night at o'clock. Master, will leave a above, and con.inne 1st. That *'within the limits of the United whose aid he flatters himself he shall-not be out- ,Angust, eept..4-tr- Atrue Test Judge, _. : _

The to leave every TUUESDAY. Returning,wi States,"to-wit, in the District aforesaldou theEHh rivalled by any House in the South. And in view 5' ,GREAT: IIAKGAilNS copy; SAJTTKI., W.Buxsrrr?Cleril,
Southern ,
and Western Mails are due on at 8 has determined that : *
leave Palatka every Saturday morning day of August, A. D. eighteen hundred and of this fact the subscriber ewnansville., 1851. ll-3m. *
Tuesday and Friday morniags by 1 o'clock. and leave Jacksonville same evening at 9o'clock. ifty-oue, and on divers olhr days and times between his exertion* to merit the patronage 'which shall mUE Subscriber wishing to devote his atten-' ;. Sept. I.. .

The Southern Mail (by Steamboat) will be For freighter passage,having splendid accom that day and the mth day of September' be bestowed upon him, shall be without regard to .u:-1 tion exclusively to his profession, offers for ACard.- *. 4' "

doted hereafter at II .o'clock A. M., and the modtonsz.stte rooms,&o., apply, on board ort thea next ensuing, one Henry T. Titus, and divers toil or expense. sale on artommodcttinsternn townoC"'ackllOnvil1e bis. lands and lots TIUIE Subscriber having leased the well-known..

} BIS1IEB & CO., other persons to this Attorney as yet unknown TheTaliaba.ese'Slagegeney is at .this adjoining the with all their JL: house formerly kept by Air. John' Clark, ,
Western (by Stage) at 8 o'clock,&Mon Sundays at There are.on- these lands ,two .
Agents Jackonrll or did fit out and arm "the said steamship House.j >improvements.: takes this method of informing the dttxentiof*
and M. A COHEN,. the with intent strung Chalybeate Springs, which yield a copious
Wednesdays. Pampero, that" said steamship SAMUEL BUFFINGTON.Sept. Jachsonville and vicinity,that be is now ready to
fr> fh* Post Office win be open on Sunday I tb- Freight payable by ,hppers. should be employed in the 'service "of a 18,18516m.. ', PROPRIETOR.A ., deposits of hydrated peroxide of iron. They areassimilated serve refreshments at any hour of th,day front'7
Oct 1. 1z3l. oct4). tt certain people," to-wit, the 'disloyal Inhabitantsof in their medicinal properties to the o'clock in the morning until 10 at'night f he can
!ayofl. HOUR after the arrival and assorting the island of Cuba, and other their alders and Brighton and' Tnrnbridge springs of England and furnish Lunch at the shortest notice*vis*Celd.

cf the Northern Mail. ,': Notice. abetters, "to commit hostilities against the sub ,- "- : rd.mHE .\ .. > the Balaton and Bedford springs of this country. :' Ham,Beef Tongue,Pigs,1eet 'Tripe..5hrDrPa.,
Oetober'1st.lS5L jects" and property "of a certain foreign Prince" undersigned takes this method of respectfully Abo a spring of the coolest'common water to be Sardines Fish &o.ha, has bad his ,.L1crao .a&

ALL Subscribers to the building fund of St. "with whom the United States were at that time '.,_, notifying ti* wife,Mrs. Anne Gardner; found iu this section .of country; a brick yardTrrthfffflrvffTT Wines selected by good judges in Jtfe. '.sM..

', Church, Jacksonville, who'are'entitled "at peace,'/ to-wit, the Queen of Spain.against and child, that jle has taken RoqnjgJbfSiri-al *'!"* maehlneS.lyyiy for op. *aid the highest prices for them,and haljhe thinks*.

T ISTOFL'BTTERS reZAEiJtflg la the Post t shares in said Church, are requested to tBslwm'of the statute in such cue made and. pro, the honso tit George'4j2 aD, .i.sq..ip' this eration-tno w.yone in +ttz4 zzzzy nn the wines and Liquors of the flat quality aba PoterandAle. *-..

'JLrf Office at Jacksonville, E. Fla., Sept.29th, present their vouchers to Dr.A. S. ,Trea vided. ; place,where she will and suitable accommodations,; demand for bricks is great and rabidly Increasing .. Uentiemen will p1eaae e.UaedjndgL

1951. surer of the Building Comuiittee.by and bfor 2d. And also that on the same days and year and a kind affectionate reception from the,un; ,-Also a framed kitchen,stable. and carriage' for themselves and speak of m? as they find me.,

n. 'James Flora Mils the 15th of November nex and all aforesaid, and at the place aforesaid, "within the ersigned,'her husband ,.It i is his request that.hlt house and a two story dwelling house, fitted for No pains will be spared to please aQ who may few

Barton, F Benjamin Johnson,B Wm ing accounts against for materials or limits,of the United States,*' the same.Henry T without. delay return to her lawful .'I twelve rooms,nearly compt ed. Also a' number Tor me will a call. S. $.TYLER*!.
labour. &c. will also them above ABw5.Jacksonville sites and lots withirta
Baiden,A James &r. present a specified. Titus, and divers others to this Attorney as ,yet .' v JESSE ., ft eligible building garden JacUonvilleOcC2.1S31.t.: .
Braddock A James Mullen, Edward 2 A. BALDWIN, unknown;were knowingly concerned in furnishIng ,Fla., Oct. 2, 1551.it.. mile of the Market. house,..unsurpassed by any ia ;- .

Brooks, William J. Martin D P Tr8' Builg Com'e, the said steamship, the Pampero,'with Intent this vicinity ; ,, ; ,.,For, Sale. .- :

Bell, Daniel llanderrille Ophelia Johl Church,, that said steamship should, be; employed In 'thi : Notice.C1IX .- ,Fpr further particulars. appl JO!toJkeksonvillefSept S.'BA1. R. GOOD second. hand-ROLLER. GIN, to.

Benoe& Samul'D ,"U 1nem Oc.9.-t service'of a certain people, to-wit, the disloyal MONTHS after date I will pr fMjW' cC3 ; 4,1851. tf. A'J gtlher with an excellent aol of rnaninr

Burnw., 1an7'' ll, E' inhabitants of the.Island-of Cuba and other I count the Administrator on the SHe of gear, consisting of a very good chain a.Urge
C.' -: 11111". EUck S TIIIItTY DOLLARS REWARD, their alders and abettors,to commit bostilitiei !. a* 'deceased to the. wheel for same,with frame, and a imafler'ih'c*. .

Caldwifl, A Robert McDonell S J .,6 IS offered for apprehension against the subjects and property of a certain foreign Joshua Hogans Columbia, and.Bonadge'ofl'robate ask for final A CARD. with cast Iron COM and shaft far running coUon, .
Carter W Elisba MeDoneB B Sarah' nand"d. Prinoe,with whom the United State were : for county, a '' J_ 'The whole in gd order will bq- JOLt
: whipper.
,1v. livery in any Jail, of my Jo settlement and allowance of the.same,and of my 'Dr. JOSEPH sVnAUER.
Crews, Mary Mis McKie, William absconded from Black at that time at';,.peaee, to wit, the Queen of the administration.said estate.ESThlElt'HOOANS. ob.ap.- For &crmI $ffiTOTiwLAtty. .
SEPH./who discharge from ,
D. Macias, Manuel Juan Spain, contrary to the form of the statute in such determined to resume,the practice .
about month in addition HAVING
a and f ; '
a ago cue'1ade 1 ,* .- tender his .Jacksonville &Fls.eptI85L .'
Daniels T Icaae Macias Juan V Tor for conviction$his provided. # a- ,4* respectfully professional ,
.llowling, aioba 2 Mill, C" George tbtret t having. S 5 3d.-And also for that, on he. eame'dalu.ndyear -Administrator- serrioost a the ubUe'in the several departments --S }4L7
harboured by Joseph is about Oct. .
any perln. Alligator, 2,4851. ,6z' WIFEBJT and 4
baniels Elam 2 Moore aforesaid, and at the place aforesaid, within of1hDICIE, MID ,
Leander ;
Day Robert, Capt J O.' 3 19 yea of age; blow average helghtr rather the\ limits of-the United.States aforesaid the -- SU R.tE.Y.:,He flatters himself that a thorough In ClretUt C turt,'E a terwClwl'ofVCaK

.. E. .PjilviaE Mr. stout, fineeetti.., a small' fore same,Henry T. Titus, and diyer$ others to this : For ?ale, : ? course'of Collegiate and'Medical Studies, the rids:;In, Colombia Coiuxxj.' 'Ija aM ,

1J1I.B Nictelof Ojt Richard hea; his mother resides in St. Augustine,,,and Attorney All)unknown, wferatwwnngfy con ,A likely ep woman and childf the ,woman benefit of a course of Private Lectures under two LimEith '. ,
r en .
have there.
< *"., R. may. probably, gone. arned in fitting out the said s'p the "Pam- Is a goook, washer,and ironer; 23 yean distinguished Professors of Surgery,.connected '- TLt, H }BilfozDi'Qree,' t
J.|&irbafiksJIm 'Rowell. Cnllen JaclsonrHle S JOHN- L'ENGLE.. p ero," with Intent that the S8J steamship should, ofage-.Atsoa,likely boy about.:1Q ,ands, girl with different Medical Colleges, together with hisna.d .1ElisI&b; '

Forester SI1I&O. M Sarah ., Oc.9,1851., t tf.MASONRiVBRlCKLAYING -, be employed in the service of'a-certain people, about ,8,years of age. :Tb -.id,negroes, are experiencftand objervation disease- di roppeartn1-the 'satisfaction the- Cowl

Franklin;A. Tboi 2 Rodger,James towitthe disloyal inhabitants of>the Island of. healthy and epld fer.o* fault,the wner,,wishing feront 1atItnd swhU0 enpge4 .for IOT reralyear* 'thathe dofenlant,'Elisha Smith, reside beyond

iiiaer, John Roberta A1ari&Mia; i PLASTERING Cuba and other their,aider and abettors,,to purchase town prgBWy la lieu of them,'t Tf no*'.inth activo 'Practice of his,profellloa.wiD enable the State of.Floridat wit,in th*State efleergia

'. Rogers. commit hostilities against the-fibj ets and property rlssonable, apply oce. .. :,,. pi'TT w' a1f'ord j essential relief- 'the.af1lcted.. ( ,on motion of.Wv Jd,Iris
? Reynolds, SCooley 3 &c._. pt. .eertain foreign prince-to-wit,the Queen qdisi.., S-" : k -, who may eonfide their eases to hht hands."... complainant,is therefore 'ordered, Eaq.seUdtO.Ifor that tea
n2i.ASSUpheu 2 Rodger Andrew Papt ffftHE UNDERSIGNED take ihi methed of of Spilt4 with whom the UjHted State*"w r*at 1''OalUfromeithe.the towaor country will be met defendant 'a P&i'f&d&sweT: or' demur ta'

G011., Rbodei, J ny .L-". informing the public that he Is'ready to doBrkyl peace,contrary tolbe form of the',statute In snobS ,.1 f +l* fri&&tr*' jSnaISl j r W uw --- -
eHe' ST&li & Masonry, Plastering Stucco Work,' casadesndprovided.' ? >+'.** -4' :$r1te&jito&J.ttfl\rto tiflrobfttooCCobinjbiaoonTity. ;w .b JK jani) wiU be aYi4ecl poWi* *

\ H W J' i Rachel iomish plans and.drawings And also that by reason of the premises and by. rszedi'st his4leion hiafarm' faWeneni. .q-. then bo made of this order a* the law direct A.'
&mmond anal JIJIWfI.mchez.z. E when desired wi for whom, he i*engage virtae-of.tft.statute aforesaid the said steamship Iii.Lttri cf .iu'tntstrationou'the 'daO JI barb of the Town. : w :'_ And a hearing will be had of said cense at thaudCeart >
J exut pnn.. extra charge.lie I Pampero .,tackle,apparel sad'.furnitare,together 3OEPIV IWT.LEM; 'Iata'ofA1acIina' cofri jscksenyme'Augnst.2Il25-" ,' next term- ihereaAn.S .; '.
I Hopper W :bD'flIDI.merJiD, John 2 t to.the. eit of Jacksonville with the arm*and ammunition.and stores i *' ..DQuGLk.
auM""Mrt''Tmm' he has perform, provided for her equipment;bAve beocpe(forfeited,. 'ft 4 iN tlCe'1'io" : 'f- \. I ..e..t...

A qtla Un"Terre /*"* omJlD citizen*of the place,he refer* to a* & and praying_ doe'process;'.of,)lawJlgainst. ,tho t.. f tt f( i1J: fy:. '!t1 If1r.- .l.I.l COP1- '',' -/-.. ::
*. came.. '* r ...* tt+fL 'UJi"j 'f Prob Co oounty; :' .r. qualification '
Pi..roU.r .' S additional* i "> *** '
Dan10l .1 Wilkii W E rd and nCdofhb r.bmaraentaVplasterIngaisofamished S And whereas. a.r&n'or arrest- oi\h seirortof foi e < rati .. ... Ma2tb1 S5L-1ot *-N ,.ifit-4.

tius S on, aha 2 l the said steamship awpes9Jisrtachl! ,apparel r.t "/ '.
,Williama 'OIdMef1
f4 EjCaptoz .
: ;and furniture,and of her anna,ammoaifipn : +
S Ni; B... ToTlanteribeVonld ay he ba*much ." B. .
J : and toreaprpflded forJietequlpmeaUhattW )0 ,
: ?1apIo ;Wb: YOungbIoodiaisl Bagtr Batteries, and, .
experience la patting up 'O dabeen'.Issued to yon .returnable.; before;nw.Jadze'of W'
enou&Jtpllnr for Letten iG he"abon'1iir. licit* work in that line,confident that he can give' the said Court,1 at.the Court House in! .

\ .' !&hel Ne.JM1 th' not-et the ampIetutisfact1on.Cb9eWOdbrte., the ity of eUAnguatine, on the''" 1Jr

MARK ., ...
BUTTs.I } Pctobarnext-atJLlip'cJockAM.{,

"'-JaeUoDY'iu., "t* 0. ct.'2 1Si..3&. oe r JaclwiiTilIe/1., tf May29,185J., .If-#;:; -and.+S .plaee.hath* l.been 4, ,appowted- "MBW by'the$ W' eZa ''-fi.1''Jr Erl.. &ttr t' .

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'-' : :', 4t. .. ,. .J ; _arilu. ,'X" !.1rr.: Jlt't ,.J ,.. ..; ..P,..., 'I't ."- ,.-"',....::.. ";'j'A'fii. 'j: :1! '- .' : "- _'. .9P.. ., _. ..c.-u.-/ ._. ,'',... ; .

11-- 1TJ -, $ ..,.. VV ..-,
; .
V V V V V YA ''- r-i l ..'';'J-fP; t oiViPoi.bEJr.n..R f nineteen; sixteen.fl; 'j.ti; 1.,.t thaft'1eD "
itS' R'
i'1oIuDA REP UBL1Ct V li ntoPsfor nk disease mf ail tno'effecteomaendH ;-' nI
"IA." J CitUcd ..t te i ta'and-,. Utl3h day of Feb V Township ; [etcep.eet1onswentyfourto A fne ,
.lb'mt.ta ED&vD. TH11JWAT.Ai 'iim c T 1\.L\w V :'ft Canadafrom .e h (excepting ,under.whth twm7- tiy-fou\thirty-six and n to trr your MeDIAN etDt-'tI1Je4 f, .
'anc U.at .
r V aI t,1 twenty, LOCU .? I proilof .
} .b : \ Jtotcoiameefl1-aoe4 1 township 1 alnt u.-.1i4 '
'ri1 E. o
aeJQqnYU1e.t ounty, AlliatorCoZumbii, /CEciforidaWhttSthk' ... .. -1511' er the 30th of June; ,' ; b ry4, ,; ."ear ectla j. *Whp'V twe happ 0 say .L Ii &tt.Ie of it al1 :..
V :.Vc9zqy: DREW.' every 8'iklttefn/ ,'iaanworfpt'oij'pil at the Contract Office of.the Post ) Depart- t mT ehildren-hoping your yilnaol M Jat! '
ElT of any kind' : information shall-bo the m ot, (except sections three, four may become generally bo"D ad < :
m, : :O 8D'1AtTORNEYS' men*,In oWahoitiIO. -TowhiP.twenty that aD that
TIXJU.'Three Dollars per.annumpayable asked or communicated in writing,orbymrk the8thday eit1 b.' *nine ten, Uy-4Y', and V tbtlof rangetwentytwo. boaffllcted with this dl..lI1a1. haw .

pon ordering 4Le Psper.V : AT LAW, or signs sent by mall,the.rates mentioned In tbe by.thelbth; 'day:,of:,thesame mot on the, .. V VV I and. safe remedy **ytoyi, '. ..
V V Columbia table shall be charged? and forveryad&tiOflal routes and in the manner and JTownships fourteen [.xc pt;sections:thirteen V V JAms LA
Subscriptions-**- If not paid.before the exp1r&Uon.fth Alligator.,' C6n East ;Florida.. half' rnnee. -or fraction'of- an "ounce above the specified, yq.f' V < V 1 V and Cnty.fou.heD, (eupt sections one to .T6E.,P01DleU,Ezq.JACSScrIYTLLX.

year,Jw..g $4* V M..WHTT SMITH, I .M. O'BRIEl', weight named la this &ble.aad4itIOns1 V agl : VlXmiDA., \ leYn t th aD.enty-tou] seven-
Advertisements will be Inserted as toe following Office at V Alligatorr I J XJfflce at N wn nr IUe. rate f t&bocharged. :. ? and V .teen,eighteen, .' ,twenty-two, ,July o1SS,
g51From Marianna, Oehese ,g ; eigUt, and twenty-nine, of range twenty Dear Sirs I have tried
twelve lines)for t- m 10ar '
rate- One Dollar square ( V V very Ysleabi l.
per M
back, three week.; : V J tbe.V "". V clraeforDiarrh aUdbd. ,
the fIetViA4 Seventy-Fire Cents for every subsequent 3. W. BAKERATTORNEY / VV V .iJ 44. ,Leave MariatmsTevery'V Monday, Wednesday 'Towiiabips> fifteen,[except: sel one,].tD. safest cure for this dag efOU"UI.t r the bed4 :

Insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal 4VL47p.JLcKS0NVILLI : V ; and FridaY.l p I i' f : f[except: sections fire to jejpht,: nntD known or heard t..,My that 1'.ver !
: All transient Advertisements V V ;V. : 4 8 .4eV ArrivestOVlieeeMmedaYbllPm- .1 twenty-one seventeen, a.n4 except about two years had suffered Joe daaghter,aged
discount will be made 'EAsa V "elghLn.i1et
< FLORIDA V : 8 :Si .Leave Ochesee.every Monday, Wednesday, act01 two and ., dneed to,almost a skeleton 1oDd'f M _. 1""
(ezeeptbernih&vIngirunthng account Reference* V V' and Frid.", ta.: V V t* twenty-eight, and twenty-nine/of a 9ttJe ofIqia1acted 1Ov"Jl'J D1A.Y.LoXEcu of
witb'the office'must be paid for previous to publication V V *- ft'i Arrive at Marianna by 12m same days. : V lib-.daarm the ehiI4 -'
Hon. W. B. FLEMINO, Savannah, Georgia. = 'went-Iou. II'
also for trips, rug
/ *X: QV Bids for weekly, Iw.weeki1 proving and maT en by \hOle #
and the oaot t
March2o,1851.V tf ,4. G. 0V =. are invited. .. of the base line let o e '. lien. "h

Perrons.., at a distance can govern their renilttaaeeaforadverttaing '" V ,z.0 E OV 0 3552 From Marianna to Aba's Spring,.2 miles, ir';i V" fal- (mt'Ian.. -V pi 1tespeetzun AiCOLyTJ. ,

,by the following rates: OSSIAN B.. TJATTORNEY and back;once S week.I VV Fraction of township one, east of the Snwannee ToEPoinsettEsq. .
One six! months WOTJI PEKPAIB., .,Cts. Cts.Cts.: Cti.Weighing I .I LeaveMsrlaanseveryMoudsyat 6 a J', of ranee %
twelve lines '
published V '
square ( ) AT LAW. I os. or under,being '* I, Arrive at Abe's Spring by 6 p m same t ; rve nst.nine, to fifteen, Si. NICHOLAS, Fla.J fyJifis6L
ferv YVVV 81000 : .-. ... ,36 10 W 5 ,Leave Abe's tprfngeiery.Tneedsj at 6 a m; V ad tirtee Dear Sirs-Ibis
KEY WEST, FLA., V slngleraUs.-.:. ,:, V V twenty-two to twenty-seven, to Is to certify that t.Bot&1et
Two squares,,for six months, '.1500 Practices tbe United States and State Courtsof Overoz.andnotoyerIoa.6 12 20 90 Arrive at Marianna by 6 P m same day* thirty-six, in township two of range seventeen. your Medicine called "INDIAN 'LoXEtUST-it'

Legal and other.Business Cards, per an. 10 00 the Southern District of Florida. Over 1 os. and not over Ik os. 9 18 3 43 Bid for two,also, ,for three, ,trips a.week.. ae Township one, and fuonal.r township, two, of has permanently cured two of oar Ns,of..
12 -
Over 1)os. and not. over2oa. 2 4 6 Invd. twenty. veto Diarrbaa.- take plea in: "
Notices to debtors and creditors 7 ooApplication July.lO-tf St.Marks range
Over 2 ox. and not over 2i os. 15 valuable Medicine
V 3 6 a Frm by'AplMcol fractional and two, of range your -as being wuuont
for letters of administration, 5 00 JOHTJ C. HAT ELi WHEN UNPAID ? Cedar Key, miles,,and twenty-one. tOWahp VAt one of the best and safest remedies for this f doali*

Notice'of Application for dismissal as Administrator JATTOll.NE'y Single rate,as above 4,.L.V. 5 10 10 15 V bacitwicesmouth.V distance and schedule of arrival the Land Office at.Tallahassee, commencing that I have heard of' or seen. Yours traly.
V Bidders to state
$10 00 AT LAW. Over i os. and not over 1 81. 10 20 2 0 and on Monday the seventeenth day of NOYembr W. 0.ltkL.TYn.

For announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 OFFICE. NEYNANSVILLE, Over 1 os. and not over os.15 3 3 4 deparus. at New V Orleans will next, for the disposal of the public ld w'hn ToE.Pouuett.En : "
Over and COItnee
Ii not .Propod t
ox. ox. '
2 4 4 the following named !, via iSoutfi )
: townships
No announcement will be made unless the same EAST FLORIDA. Over 2 01. and not over 2j ox. '3Non.From conSered. V VaccT1rLtVJun. 9H, 1881
tf. 2 6 6. Fr of a B d., of the base line and et of the princi'pai Dear Sir I have -ased'your Indian
the amount V
It* accompanied with charged.V sept.11. I.oUeul1
and after the 30th June 1851, the in
V lofwe) o f ,'propose to;carry meridian. my family, and hare found It'Yery
Editorial notices for private benefit will be mode of computing the rates upon inland letters : V V remedy for Diarrhcea. I' take nJII&1II.
barged double the rate advertising. United States Mutual Insurance -i. e..letters from one office within the United temai.onrtNo..lrom--.t Fractional township four, of range two. recommending it to the publio. greg l1talUrt q

Religions Obituary,and Marriage notices,will Company States.or Territories to another, and also upon General dated 9th August 1351,and by the following Townships seven and eight jraqganine. six Kespectfullr; .: .TOWNSE.'lt
five six and .
British .
WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. letter between the United States and the mode of vii: Townllhip I\ad.ions Egbert P4dLseLtEs .-
"be published gratis. American be at follows, to for conveyance of dollars. to to an V

Communications dust be post paid. wit: Single rate.Frornces- half an ounce ; Dated. th au Signed.Form'of six, to thirty-six, in township ten, of range ten. JACxsorrriLLi, E. Fls, May 17, 1861
KINCSLEY B. GIBBS Agent, double'rate, if exceeding half ounce, but not Townships six, seven eight nine, eleven [ex Dear Sirs Thli to

=*-- MAYPORT MILLS, DUVAL CO., FLA. exceeding an ounce; treble rate a, i ucuedin a. V a Glft,. cept sections five. t eight, and V thirteen, negro girl suffering may under certify a severe yon MteekJrDk
ounce, but not exceeding an ; The undersigned undertake that i the foregoing range of eleven.Twnahtpa arrboea and that
J. F. Sanderson 22 1851 tf the us* of V.
May on* otai.
,. and so on charging an additional rate for every bid for carrying thmODratNo..beacceptd V six, seven, eight, and eleven, [except preparation called."JadianLox 'of 1"1'

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, additional half ounce or fraction of hal ounce.V b1 the, Posmter Gener.the sections twenty-five to twenty-seven, and cured her and I would take this methodo2;
List Officers eState ofFlorida letters to to ea- thirty-four to township
fHAVING "The mode of computing rates upon Iha 15tda7 tbirty-land frationl commending it as a very valuable Medicine.
removed his office from Columbia Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, the required .blgAtIon. to perform theservice thirteen, west ::&ne riverof range V Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY.

to Jacksonville, Duyal County, STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. the British North American provinces excepted, popsed with. sureties. twelve. Mr. Egbert Poinsett. .
informs his friends that he will con will remain as at present,under act (signed by two guarantors.) Fraction of township six, west of the Snwan
Governor, THOMAS BROWN. instructions nee river sections two to ten, fifteen to twenty- JACisoimujr
March, and agreeably appended Form Certificate.The ,July 2S, JS5
of .
,tinue the practice of his profession, as formerly. Secretary State, CHARLES. DOWNING. IWI t two, and twenty-eight ir township .
to of foreign postages. of certifies t thiry.the Dear Sir: Sometime since I was
General DAVID P. HOGUE. undersigned, attacked
postmaster with
Ho will attend at each and Term of Attorney seven; sections one, twentysix .
every Comptroller JOHN F..4R1J.TrcAsurerVILLlAM C DIECTIONS.1t. that he is well acquainted the above guarantors and thirty-five, west of the Smrannee river, a severe Diarrhoia-so severe that' 1 could not at.
tVe Circuit Court in the several Counties of of tend to my business. I
R. HAYWARD. half and their property, that they are men eleven was recommended
in township and the fraction of township
Every or
parcel exceeding "
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Register State Lands, DAVID S. WAi.KER. an in weight, shall be deemed a single letteror'rat. property, and able to make good their grty.Dted' welve, west of said river, of thirteen. your Bottle"IN of it.DIAN At the LOXECUST. I procured ODe
ouc ne same time two
Court IW T. S. hAY WARD.V members
Hamilton the Middle Circuit, tho Supreme Clerk Supreme Siged. ofmy.
0 V u the base line an! east of the principal V family were afflicted with the same dueaie
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. JUDICIARY. 2. drop-letters, or letters btlt placed for in any Notice and Imtr.0 to Bidder*. Not o meridian. we all used the medicine front the one Bottle,

Augustine. All business entrusted to his care Supreme Court Judges. only post, shall,be not charged for transmission with postage, at the delivery rate of I. Seven minutes are allowed to immediate pst Township one,and CreUoD township two, ofrange and I am now happy to inform yon that it eund
the mails when not all
Retidence.Peniacola. V masters for assorting us entirely. We are now all well and hearty
will receive prompt attention. Jacksonville lion. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice one 3d.cent Each each.deputy postmaster, whose wise spied by the eedules tneen. township one, west of the Suwan- from the use of only one Bottle of your ValuaoM
Address-J. P. SANDERSON, 'compen8 2. not be not ran and Medicine. truly
; ours ,
Semmes I Associate nee river, of sixteen.
Hon. A. G. I I Apalach'aTal'hos'e tion for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the range
Dwaal County, Honda the deduction for failures perform the same TIMOTHY
may Lands for the of HARRIS.
lion. L. A. Thompson | 30th June) did not exceed$200,may send throughthe appropriated bylaw use scbol
be increased to three times the contract To E. Poinsett .
18 tf pay Eaq.ADIERICAN
Jacksonville. J4n.17. Circuit Judges. mail all letters written by hunself and receive for if sufficient'excuse be not thee military and other purse together with "th'l
a sntnh and made unfit thereby
the mail all written communications swamp
Western Hon. Goo S. Hawkins I I Apalach. through business which may be imposed for arrivals after ; ao forfailinto for cultivation," if any,which shall be selected by
I addressed to himself, h is private AND FOREIGN
J. Baker Tal'has'e mail.
HcQueen fflclntosh Middle Wayles I o take or deliver the entire the State authorities before the
free of days
shall not exceed in weight one ounse, appoie
Eastern Thomas Douglas Jaeka'vlleSouthern 3.'The Postmaster General annul the contract AGENCY
.ATTORNEY AT LAW, I I K. postage. This does not authorize them to frank may for the commencement of the public respec- ,
Jos. B. Lancaster West the
for repeated failures, for violating post
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern James M. Laudrum, Sol'r W. Cir., UcbeannaQnincy any letters unless written by themselves, and on office laws, or for disobeying the instructions of! pectively, under the act entitled "an ac to ena CITY OF AVASHISGTOJr,
ble the State of Arkansas ohe
and to
authorize ,
business does <
their private only; nor -. .
Sol'r M. Cir. < direction ef AAttONihAIGHT
District Court at St. Samuel B. Stephens, the D
Staten "
the United
Circuit reclaim mmJR'tbe
the lands' within their-1 limits
; I them to receive free of postage thing but prtment. 'swamp ,
Sol'r E. Cir. Jacks'rille any of New York WORTlt-
John P. Sanderson, 4. General discontinue or and
may .
&preme Court at 23tb 1S50 excluded
the. ; approved September ,
Augustine written communications addressed to themselves, .
Sol'r S. Cir. K. West GARRETTSON
Ossian B.llar', curtail the service, and the pay accordingly, on from the tales. And locations bounties SNETHENofNew
and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of and on their private business. no Attorneys and Oonnsellors
allowing one month's extra pay on the amount "heretofore granted by law of Congress for Urleant of the S.
,}Florida against the Government at Washington, COUNTY OFFICERS.First t"NmSp tent from dispensed with. He may also increase the lengthor military services rendered any to the United States, prt'me'ourt of the United States. _,

either before Congress or at the Departments. [ name Judge of Probate; second name Clerk RttS,1 q,1tht bonafdetubKriber number of the tri at pro rata pay, the con- will be permitted on any of the above mentioned objects This:establishment. is formed for V the foHowiar

Off- ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East honda. of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name } au an tractor having the to relinquish the cntrt. lands, as provided by the act entitled "an act 1. For practicing law in the Court'ef'
-U (whenever it occurs, as in Gadsden. &c.) Tax June eacbdewspaper on giving timely notice,i he- prefer i making appropriations for the civil and diplomatIc the United States Supreme
May 2. 1850 II ;From after the 30th of 1851, for change. '' ,,and conducting prrfenaouT
of the &
V Assessor and Collector.] expenses 0., approved3d
It not three in business before Congress.
exceeding ounces weight, 5. Additional pay will not be m da for excess March, 1831. ,
Western Circuit. the annexed rates per quarter a to be paid quar- of actual over advertised distance (should any The offering of the above mentioned lands win 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims.
James W. Bryant, County. Officert. Post Office terly in advance. These rates only apply where such case occur) if the offices a correctly named. be commenced on the days appointed, and will in law or equity against the United States be
the is sent from the office of to fore Congress or the executive
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Escambia Charles Evans Pensacola paper publication 6. Proposals without the prescribed guaranty, proceed in the order in which they are advertised, Departments, er
4Santa< F. E. DeLarua actual and bona fide subscribers. -* or postmaster's certificate of the sufficiency of the against foreign Governments before Boards ef
attend to Professional business in the Courts L .. L with .all convenientdespatch, until.the whole I I Comm rlonen.
Will U Antoine J. CollinsIC ,. sureties, or not received in tne tle oy shall have been offered and the sales thus'cosed; -3-Fonih -
.f the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed. Rosa John Chain Milton A the advertisement, or combining one but no sale shall be kept open longer than two settlement of accounts with the

,ral Court for the Northern District of Florida. .< C. S.Amos :% : route in the same sum,cannot be a.ccepted weeks and no private entry of any of the lands State Interior, Treasury, War, Navy.Post Office, and
C* Isaiah Cobb,Jr.*' 0 7.Fids for the service at ad ttUd entll d will be admitted until after the expiration of the Departments and obtaining the remission -
ALSO AGENT Walton Daniel McLeod Ucheanna a to preferec but those proposing changes two weeks. V of fines,penalties, and forfeitures,for alleged

for general Business in the State, respecting a' Angus D. McKinnon &- .a! o : wi receive Given under my hand at the City of Washington violations of the revenue, post office, or other

grants and donations of lands, and the locationr a' Wm. II. McUollwnIC I o Offices established during the contract p this twenty.sixth day of July,Anno Dominione laws.4. For letters
securing for
Holmes Owen Williams Cerro Gordo c rio within a quarter of a mile of the route are thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. patent inventions
selling thereof. a' Martin HrettEthelred without extra pay ; those further off MILLARD FILLMORE. from the United States or from foreign Governments -'

ALSO AbENT 'a Hewitt 'I Cts.Cu.Ct..Cts.Cts.Ct.Not at a pro rata By the President: and procuring land warrants and pension
60 miles compnaioD.
over 2 9. Bidders the mode of conve under the various pension laws of the United
WashingtonVashthtn Orange J. BCTTERFIELO,
for the collection of Claims upon the United Over 50 and not over spcy States. V
'a "James (.r. Lucas 10" ance intended to be When thul not done Commissioner of the General Land Ofee.NOTICE "
States for Military or other services, pensions, K Levi F.Miller* 3 miles 5 3 2 21. it will be understood we.t horbak. 5. For collections generally, embracing dettay

supplies furnished, volunteers, and for horses or: If Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna 3 not over 1000 75 4590 15 7J 3J 10. If the accepted bidder fail to execute con- TO PRE-EMPTIOS legacies and and couotrie inheritances,in the United' States

lit for which the United State, Jackson S.C. Bellamy Over 2000 tract, or to oommenc and continue service agree CLA191AHTS. foreign .
tb not over 6. For the
property purchase and sale of Iuds
in of
>t Samuel 10 ably to they, or guarantors any
Stephens the of
thei. 'hei Every entitled right
100 40 20 10 5 person preemptioD'to
pop the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning
6 -.
C' Calvin StephensWniiamB.Wynn I' Over 2000 not 4000 or to a the damages any of the lands within the townships and
.A'cre sJackloDTille.East florida.V Calhoun Blountstown miles 123 75 12J resulting from a reletting of the route. parts of townships above enunciated, u requiredto moneys on mortgage of real estate-tying
r 2 11. Contracts to executed the 15th therein. ..
tt William Clark are V
establish the to the satisfaction of the
Over 4000 miles 150 15 7| b same '
7. For investment of funds in United Stsitf
.9 0 S
co Elias day of 1852. V.
l'ebr register and receiver of the land office, and
J.: 1IcR bert Baker, Arch'd T. Bennett Apalachicola DIRECTIONS. "12. contain the bidder's name make payment therefor at soon as practicable after and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividend

ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW a' fam'lV.. Spencer and residence and, if a cmpy'oft'er, those of teeing thit notice,and before the day appointedfor thereon, and,generally for the.transaction
Benjamin Lucas .' 1st. Weekly papers only, when sent a b Yestated each member of the firm, addressed the commencement of the public sale of t elands of all business pertaining to':a law, loan, sac
.., V V JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. ,are to be delivered free in the county where to the First Assistant Postmaster General,and endorsed embraced in the tract claimed otherwise banking agency.. V

WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Middle Circuit.Gadden they are published; and this although conveyed "Mall proposals In the State of-."m such claim will be forfeited, All communications addressed, postpaid, :-to
Jas. U. Gilchrist Quincy in the mail over BO miles. For further particulars conditions of ? J. Messrs. Palmer & Snethen American and Foreign
Judicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jacksonville a' Robt C Lester Agency eity will
2.Newapap containing not over 300 square ding, and the forms of the contrat. se Commissioner of the General Land OJSce. Washington, receive
and in the United States District Court u Samuel B. Love .3* are to be charged one quarter the above advertisement for for cng qure m August 21, .. 13t prompt and tutbful attent'on.
"tr the Northern District of Florida. Havingan <( Hugh O. McLean rates. V in &o., props ALMEK k SNETHEN,
Leon James E Broorne Tallahassee 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange Vigi N. K. HALL, Office No.5 Carroll Flaw, Capitol WI!.
efficient and reliable agent at Washington he tt Oscar A. Myers free of of Postal JU>3. 1Wt1'A
,one copy each number ajter
will prosecute Claims against the United States .'a Alfred A. Fisher II only and this privilege extends to Post Office Department,August 9,- Ger "P IN ETfS INDIAN iociis STtt.TIlE : rJ

before Congress and the Departments Washing- Daniel McRaney published in Canada. new.papr Aug.Z3- Gew.p Bonntv Land and General Agency
Wikullatt John G. Park Newport 4th. The weight of must be taken + MOST C&RTAIX AND SAFE ,

ton., Wm. W. Mound or determined when newspapers ar l dry state.. BY 'THE, PRESIDENT OF THE REMEDY FOR THE CURE OFCHRONIC.DIARRHCEA Washington, D. C.
,, Being permanently located at ,he H Abijab Hall II 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to retire T. WALKER
will give his entire ureinitting attention to II .Thomas Wm. 11.J.Durden Chace Monticello" newspapers. free of postage under their franking I UNITED V STATES. ,' JOSEPH attention to the give BOUNTY preant

his profession, and all business entrusted to his Jefferson pnvicge V LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers t4
tt Craven G. Fife '4 of law, engi<
advance pursuance
does not entitle the IN I.MILLARD.FL AND
are. u James R. Tucker Payment President of in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of thel Inus
A party paying to deduction from the above i
He will also attend to any businesses 't John WdotenAlex'J 4'Madison rates. any America, do hereby declare and make known, DYSENTERYWhich WARS in which the U. States hare been en p4 V
McDonald Court-house 4VI&ttes that publia se will be held at the undermen-I or the War with Great Britain of 1313}- .

NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Sam R. Sessions of Pottage to be-charged all transient tioned Land Offices in the State FLORIDA at has ever been presented to the public. claims on the U.States for HOJTAIY ,

Appointed by the Governors of the following '** Thos. M. Anderson ulIa.milton Newtpapertand every other description upon Printed the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: h sumU upon its own merits and needs no SCP PLIES, PK:SIOXS, LOST PROPEKTT, &.,and
States to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgments ., H. J. Stewart Jasper Matter, except Newspapers and Peiaa At the Land Office at St.'Ange. commencing puffi:1J BS?'lT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE any Attorney description at Washington.of business requiring For- an Agent LaM or
Robert L. u procuring
publiihed at interval not on Monday, the of
to be used therein : exceeding mot November IN A SINGLE INSTANCE."! Warrants hid charge will be In other
ii V Wm. J. J. Dnncanu andtent from the office publication to next,for the disposal of the publio lands situated $5 ,cans
Maine Virginia, ta4: within the Valuable is the charge will,be proportioned to the nature and
$ V Eastern Circuit. 'fidt tubimbert. Jf L. following named townships and THIS preparation compounded of the
Vermont North Carolina parts of vis several medicinal roots growing in the difficulty case.
Ceo. S.Herbert t
Columbia Alligator ". : towrhiJ He wUlaldo act in connection with of
t m Wilds of Florida.. It is ptRELY.andVBOLLT Agent
Massachusetts, South Carolina tt iiAlachua S.A.Scarborough.1. T. Wright0"VV" .NOTE.-For each V:S I 4 0. ,0. S h'i t lose line andeatt of the principal'meridian. Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for. the cure Attorneys in Florida. who may. be employed*
New York, Georgia, additional ounce, or ,V > > of the above disease. The Inventor and Propri- Bounty Land and other'claims on terms whMk
Pennsylvania Alabama, Chas. F. Fitchet NewnansvOle' fraction of an ounce, Q a ; etor i* fullv convinced that it is an invaluable may be agreed upon. Letters [which should
A Delaware Mississippi "4II Sam'V.. Burnett R' beyond the ten ounce! A : Townships fifteen,(except sectftns five and six,) Medicine. In fact the teat that he AM given it post paid) will receive immediate attention.
L x' *v Chas L. \VilaonDUTal "4. in this table, a ad > = sixteen, seventeen, .(except section thirty-one,) in the town in which.he resides, and the astonIshing June 9. ,lawtL
V ( Maryland, .Texas. Felix Livingston Jacksonville ditionatVrate will be ., : LI 8 and eighteen. fractional townships nineteen and acee. with which it has met, warrants -
janl.-ly t* Isidore V. (Jamie charged V : >s '- ; twenty, township twenty-one,fratiQn township him in saying that it is a POSITIVE CUBE. Notice. *
tt John G.: Smith Carey's '
Ferry t townships twen- He has therefore come to the determination to TO THE OFFICERS AND SdLDIZR3OF
"Uriah Bowden Mandarin zoo ? ty-nine, 6f range twenty-five; place it within,the reach.of all
knowing how
0 many
Townhp sixteen, (except sections oils, two, suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous
C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mills V Cts. twelve,) seventeen and Disease THE REVOLUTION.
.tttt Ct. Ct. CL. \ eighteen, particularly in the Southern and
V A.J. Braddocku Oneoz.orunder 1 2 ,. (except sections three, four,five, six, seven and Western States. .
'Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, St. John's Gad Humphreys St.Angnstine Overloznotover2os." 2. 4 6 8 10 eighteen,) fractional townships nineteen,twenty, In purchasing my "Indian ttoxeentt' be BY a recent(who Act haveTuot Congress received;officers tad eatitWto .s-
t ttii Peter B. Dumas u 2" 8" 3 6 9 12 15 and and look )
V Fortyth street. 'SPutnam ., twenty-n townships twenty-eight and particular and for my written signature on OUl'JT\- LAND for semCM of"one"mca
Raphael B.Canova > u- 3" I I 4" 4 8 12 16 20 twenty-six. the label.
WILL practice in the several counties of theEasternCircuit Jesse A Brush Falatks V t ii 4 I U U 6'... fiII 10 1 25 Townships seventeen, eighteen nineteen-'and I refer the public below to or more; the widows,and minor children of those
2 few
tt II II a certificates selected deceased are also entitled. The Subscribe will
V J ephV.. Fitch If g I 6 6 12
of Florida, and attend to the IS.2 8 twenty, (except sections twenty-seven to twenty- from among received from
ii Robert T. 44Orange tttt many respectable undertake, at a moderate iMsiaims
lloyd I Q U. I 1 7 14 nine, and thirty-one to compensation
2 3 ,) and section citizens of Jacksonville.-
collection claims against the United States for tt II II of-those interested
William Campbell Enterprise f 8" 8 16 one in township of Having been
Military services, and for Horses lost, or other ttii Henry A. CraneMellonviJle II g II II II g u. 9 18 2 5 '4 seven twentyjne, range twenty- GBERT POINSETT. 1 in public office for several years,his exytrlttc

property lost oraestroyed"l" troops In said service..' John Sillp80nu n 9 n n n jo ii IQCts. 2 30, .3 4 l 4 Township seventeen V (except sections Tour and P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable in such matters will enable him to afford jit**
St. Lucien Ged. S. Hermans Medicine. facilities to claimants for LAND AND tEN'
j New
Smyrna fire,) of range V Every.family ought to keep it
Also claims for of disabled soldiers twenty-eight.
pensions ,or I S1ONS
C.'L. Brtyton DIRECTIONS. ; .. on hand. and save them a great dealof troaUs
".ke widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Marion WnvM. M'Gahagin Ocala V .. V V Fraction, township syen en, west of St. A. M. REED principal Agent for Jackson and expense.Vhere.ie obtains nothing .
'. V4 Robert Bullock 1. On every transient new circular ucep'.UoD1e, six, thirty-five, i ville. V charge .All
made. letters
Also, claims for bounty land to officers and sol:1.I r pr.'usated and thirty-six, : is post.paidwVlareesis

: ,and the widows and orphans of deceased. of- 'I'I Edmund S. E. Helrenston'D llowse ", magazine, handbillengraving, book,and every,pmphet priodc. sections one to th. eleven ,&eighten,, [ecpI I prompt attention,and the_ necessary" ,Ibrmi IMinstructioQS
.J.tCItSOYvtLLKE. sent. .
FtemmlngtonSimeon F.
i leers and soldiers. printed matter the above rates must in two to tw )- tht-be and thirty-six I August 15th, 1851
Harvey 'Waecassassa cases, C. W. BENNETT AU'VashingtODi .
UyIlernando a of Dear Sir
: V" twenty-nine. : This will inform
be to the that
V prepaid, according weight. you one bottle
Also win his
attention C.
give to conveyancing, -.Sheriff Fractional of \ D.
If R. ,2. whenever any printed matter on which the V townships thirteen and of your medicine called IMOIAN LOXECVST V has
Watterson, Tx AsV Ft. tOUD I October 1830.l
F'ng "
tto examine titles and records, .and ascertaining postage is: required through range tiry-two. permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe _. -
"*""' ;claims U lands. j ShDOVr.mL .+ VHiflsb9Vro' toe Inattention of ppaid.b 'Do .1 rton&tWp fifteenand V sixteen,,of'r.e attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent : .- -.. -
All with T iDpa: sent wTtiootrepaxmentthe same shall be medicine for this complaint, and take Sea
business entrusted to bUn win meet charged gnat pleasure Island C tton Gin* ,
co *
V J- : &rtfn"Cunnlnghaul 4. with double the ab) s*rates. V ___ k. Fractional sixteen and eighteen,'and in.recommending it to the publio. =
,prompt attention;and all instruments of writing A' Benj. J. Hagle. u 3. Bound books and parcel of,printed matter., toWap towshp twenty, of range"thlrty- Respeotfully Yours nnn E SUBSCRIBER,*, this p90ita f

,w01:to,executed by him with,'neatn u and de- PerryG.WaU Augusta, not'weighing S ounces, shall be deemed 8. Do' FERNANDEZ. :JL to inform the planters oXYLong.Staple.Cf*'
: pateh..' : V .j ", V_ V M. C. Peterson mailable matter. V :. Fractional eighteen, and To ME.Ponsett.. ; V V tons that he still continues the manufacture.. M
; V .".- V .Nathaniel M. Moody '," Periodicals published at Intervals not twenty, of toWshp V let_ '- latest improved ROLLER HORSE GiNS, **
*yy-Jacksonville.. Jan., 11: tfAGENCY Monroe ., Benjamin.Sawyer Key West ing three months and sent from the office, of exceed ,- Sections three,thy-Ie. 'twenty-" JACKSONVILLE, May 6th, 1 1.' ble and single, at his usual rates and is ready to

a' 'V James M. Bracewell .V". "V libation to aetuai'and bona. V subscribers tub three, twenty-six.thirty-fire, Ia V This is to certify it is with"much pleasure that I fill all orders at the shortest Dotice..L
V U ,Robt.Clarke j.1r V", .t to be charged with one Ie rates mentioned township thirty-five of range forty.V1FractIOual ; I announce to the Publio that I have been effectu Fdr the reputation of the Gins,apply lo"-

U < 'John Boyle in the last above table, ha prepayment of townships thirty-seven, ally cured of the distressing complaint called Dytentery lowing Agents,or to those who have wen" .,
ad a
'FOR: 'CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON Dade Wm. H. Milliard, ,*. UT'JLajMJiee.thereon must iu all cases be required quar* thirty-nine, [ sections thr-fht ; by the highly recommended remedy of ,. V AGENTS _
,Charles W. PejpHH published at intervals of range forty-one. 7 Mr. E. Poinsett.- had resorted to V
Lee.Sheriff bt : many things
V <**& : V more than but of :.vrnabbg.49sta, Centerrillaje
fk E "V thfltt Aoths are charged wit the full rte;which. PraCtIOnalLOWflJhlP. M7-4ht.otrange for no avail: I was indaeed to-try his very CapU BJKVV tWwood,Beaafor, S.0.
William Kennaugh : *-*** Y v "" palatable and pleasant Medicine;and to
V And ex officio TaxAssessor and Collector. mublrepad VV -f' : satisfaction my great Scott & De V eaU, Charlestenv 8.'c.

Jrz: ,WILL4 II'1 HOTEL, riHSSTLVASIA A7EHVK,, ___V _::-: 1"'V.: '., __::' ',- there is on o?In any newspaper i N6rtth.bas' line and east the prina- days, and hare was not completely been .cured within a few Tison&&Harris Ocala'E.Florida,' .-# ".
or troubled since
V proc pphet. printed mattr-or pal meridian.Township o io much dreaded disease .with& at Bisbee & Co.,J Jacksonville&<**
Continues to give his prompt attention to the ar- .SCOURING ;
: of
aoy K.R Dukes
'mausript' E.F.V
ranjementand prosecution of claims be on Con.fifatoranyr5f : E8TA.JJL1SIIMENTV or any kind by which Informatl', asked for eleven to four,; [exceptsections:; .one t,4n come I am under happy, to say other immediate cures'hare r-I&'Hovt & Co., Savannah Ga. ,

',. the Executive Departments. *v V NO..'& YORK STREET V ,V the cmmunicatd! newspaper in, periodical writing or, by mark,or'other signs, AY of Colelo andtwenty.tbre-five. V ".;to; t1eJty days_ J cheerfully my own addmy obsorYaUon"within mite .to the already a few VV5. Niblack & Co., A13ntor. .'F.-
C&bna .the 'Florida (REAR 'OF THE Hcti printed matter becomes .! rag and great amount of testimony with Lartinger Harris Won '.'
> arising'from Revolutionary, COURT E,) subject to letter postage; &De the, Valuable :regard to your County,( ,
snit the, duty of the l'ostnaaterto four, of. ftlontt: Medicine. ::1 am,'rese .- s
V V or Mexican wan; Invalid Revolutionary, Half- ,SAVANNAH, GEO.ALBZAITDER .. the I remove eb. "enty-x. ; : efally &o.: ILSO. : V ._ '
and owueLlphje, M.-
wrappers envelopes river MH
pay or- Widows' Pensions) Naval or,Arm1; ,- -: ter and pamphlets not fon printed mt II sections one.ajtd twelve,] and fractions,-of[except To E.VPInsetiEJAsorsy.; ARNJr." EXT A Boxss A>iftarsHx en\W tj*

Bounty Land, or Scrip, un.eiiwVof: Feb. 11, GALLOWAY,: / for the purpose'of asoertalnLig whether there is, ships two 'and three, West ;of4meIj tw, subscriber at moderate rates. Persons wsSW
$ his thatfti to his friends V for tne upon orcowe4 with range twentyelghtv V ; .o May Gins, or Gins pleas !
.lsD,c August 10, ISIS; Arrearages.of Pay and RETURNS any eaeprtd matter : Dear Sir 2U1851. repaired astmtIt :
has received since he commenced or in leh'p oScago, which '?At the Land Office:at Newnansville be a matter i of. or&0., '
; Mileage ulue returning Volunteers;' Claims"for businesata this city In 1832,and Would state to his authorise or an1.attr thng clog tin the commen to Inform yon that I bad been laboring"tinder duty SLMarJ'_;..

:mTie.hod and other.P perty destroyed; Ex- Mend and the public generally i that darIng his rate of p.tn,teron .:\. lffiAlv .hheJ I for> the Mond th day.publio of Novembr: next, skill very violent attack of Diarrhoea,which baffled the a June Go 1851. --t; .J4 :' _

Incurred .w- .. to London and has Postmaster within the ltd of two Physicians, an4 rendered V
,Jens4S ,Volunteers before being mascfs i 8tua a'Wd undermentioned townships me unable
"* Mi'M JHwravrssuo's mo*j-wvnwqoa- I various Improvemeats :POI Ore, DxrAETMMt,;June J18l.00er. OfVtOwna19psoejl :'p to do any work. Bat fortunately, when about to 'oJ"A liz 8 'B TJ j,ti if A llijKo

'ter. ad 'Tcuzster,' claims.;. Marines',.saijori', .which DYINGAND he trusts: will YRENCHVCLEAflNG V enabU him ,V o.rt.t'.T, & ;elzndana' :r t of glreupmllbopeofev TonrflNDIAN LOXECUSTMand r obtaining relief I heard" .," 4'y1t1ier, new .Bar." (
ivewoolen the
.... ....b-..;. UtitoD % who m1 t t favor genel i &ATD, llcC.; HOD *,j>ql east'V..,& i* 1 of take fir*m.Bottles leasnratanuw has entirely restored me to healt oae! SAVANNAH, GA.,'

,mz..n,. .,aht, forms V nessary>foT a: proper ,wt tefr iZand .:- .p ",h S'I 1OQtl'Pobae of'N anatz.ouaty : Fractions of'townships!thirteenani'fourteen, to aU thOlO who> rqay be >ni.*>'- Allldiolne WHOLXSALX AUD XXTlft .

,iu9tkc! Jalms, .together Ithth. rules ;4" Dresses, Shawls &o.V m1uIoae M for'e east tf the Suwlnnfe.nver,3 of twelve.- V V Yours, .0; : aJmil4rlaflUeted. TIN. 'W4RR.&MNUF4CWRl,
vaIouiooIors, sositogi;: Geiger, deoeaMd'and tI.1 et o six range : To 'BJNJ.utL.'i. D4 VID;, -..
FatlOJ the EVpott
; ofoWp Sawannea' V V
=! rnlajrth different DepartlojJfcdertake l&tlsfactIoDVVTIle4rs clawed o and vuche..1144d wr:m&Ut .; ', I ,EIcJ. tii.uuiaV: ; "t'

., hi 1ipet all elalaJi of 1 GeDtlmeD"rane Dor. edee are dz4 notified.pg t twentjrSlx. and thirty-fire tlei'1Dtu, I. : c .3AcziotfT1;June 27.t oJapaaae4' 'Drltaa.a PlsuOslwd W It
IIMIb34JDiTcr4. 1i"ttii1r' tk&i n __ V V V VjACQB said rirer,in township eleven ;Rar AlIa,eutirell reliend ** : -
; ., .l t b ( ElElt'tAc'.4 ;sections two;ten,I t ShJitI 1D,7.--eom. tC V V
".APNr..H Iaot II I e'1 ''a -1"I 'a. f 'r fiP4pn'tweuy.one, I L p'UrJDt k loa for your-"INDIAN LOX& .A LL-kinds Stores 4a
1' .VVUntlenj1e .J m lt1I, tW'Dty-tWd.t1-Ye t I OUST,,It ia t e bed J Iia";ever'used for .6L the moat approved pattens' -
.'.PaI" & .' ) :VJT the .
; th4roperseicatsaAd,1 nOd i; 'I : 't." i.e.rir L ; jttceb; thp ) and socUaas V o I I public dJesndIte.lhsDDyIs* ; ,reeomnsnu4Ingito the I hotel* c1 ships J Ud aU otherball 1i-

'. ;an4 thirty : Of"pbUo PlaaeL StoTt PipW- T'7
s .cItIe t hety.tWOj' and tbit"lyoas ,
r. < V VDt : .
& In : GEORGE cbvLTEft .f8h.et Iron Work seMI
t' b1 b.t ? i. "V and-VVIOMjyVt&V of range',thlrteen.r I V ITo .PoIutU1-, VV V ,- cripiion; t-
lor Touhlps'
p'O' fourteen Fore Lift IWr ,
;and flfUen am} Pomp
. \#. eIr.3n1rt..fleommS : the. c .ft t. 4utr nd t, and u la the collection'IsilebUd ''l tf.jM )$i* fcitil .t*.yJU o rsgjnf-- I l' .l &TOtbr.m.,Sa.: bi. : TinPlate.Sheetlron*!. '
. IT. mI 1 l Dt of aoapunU., laolvi to bwaihlpafonrUen and flfteea,tmxes sections I -'C.tII.purchasers of,Tin Ware ease kr
"o tJ'&l4t't4ee4d lorfoanaWeountry; V lbl L. I pectfwy rtqaistsd nJtmm Ja.rel istees&U.t&and twenty-nla tff I I. V V-"c" .- A1Ip, 18i.] j .I akprioss M low M ttw*ease h T.!J* relsewhere.
: 9 **"'rA tr ,.nt. : \mat NUl. two,] ,' ta-.,mSSiM1'' TW Iwm' lnfora>oaf thaV thm of I Orders from Florida-ea. wand B i V

t.'t. 4Aup, Sections th1.th. to thlrty- lx, in I fJrVofttlir''dangerously ill with the PrIeJl- I the interior, are solicited..

V, 1. I f' tOWSJp for about six weeks. I tried I I Aug. 29, 1850. tf..

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