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: November 13, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079922:00106
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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TEE JEALOUS WIVE.RCBT. fngtatitbde the, (recollect reader,Ve are repeating iOnreturning? home.' in the evening; Don 'n ";' ,Coiriano]: to.himself. '"ObT! cannot bear .this.longer!* njur- ,. "From' UM Ixrndon' ; ".--
lady's sentiments and'not ,our CorrianaJounda gentleman awaiting him with an air ofamazement..b' mired Isabella Je'
If aULI: who bad been attentivelyolserzng.them a4 ,
own,) the meanness, to treat ber with'indif., It .wasDon: Pedro's: ':second'who, politely '"Bul/now,""she continued, through her ; '"Hedesertsme .for that .We" .c1 :

It was a bvely morning in September. ference and contempt, and withdraw. his handed_him a'note, couched in the following pent teeth,;"nowI cou1'see him fall, without odious creature;before' tbe whole balK; '' tend, do, not care t nor dB we pre.'
: and private gardenias well as affections from herself and bestow them oil wordsA.* 1 t indict attack on Cuba. Call
The public .' v. w"Your a pang-now : ,his no longer endure it;I'll go at once it, if,
the squares and promenades of Madrid, were another! infamous' conduct. towuds'say .dyingagoniesiwitb; a smile !t"loku'pli put an end to my wretched hoe. !1": you incursion, a buccaneering of expedition, amarauding
alive with the Beauty, wealth and fashion "Oh I" she murmured, with an expression cousin shall .not- pass unpunished.; ; jureatHeaven !1" murmured* ber auditor,To leave the palace, she wa&compelled to rate adventurers; Granted that it ad' ce

of the city. of rage, "I will not tamely submit to. this are not coward as well, asa. villain, you you smiting"' his forehead with an air of agony, pass through antechamber. and here she infringement of international law w and g
i in' in the morning, beteenthe boars He shall not find the weak fond fool he "has itthen "' had '
It me' will meet me to-morrow morning at 'such come t this! ; t r"- : the additional pang ofbebpldinghir to attack and invade the possessions/ 0"-
of five' aid ten, that the inhabitants' of deems me!" time and place as my friend, the bearer.of ,Removednoiselesslyfrom the drawing-! husband and Donna Ibarra.in deep and ear- friendly power.It' is certain that not a*

Spain's gorgeous capital go outto' take, not Witb these words, she quitted the'drawing this., may. designate. '* ./ room into'the :ball, !ascended the staircase, nest conversation. 'As she passed, Corriano in tbe Southern and Slave States, bat in only the
the sun but the pure, cool, invigorating air room, darted up the staircase; pushed PEDRO ESTABAH,"' tottered-into his chamber,1 and eanJ upon a wasin; the act of slipping the'packet he Northern and Abolitionist States of the
which Can be obtained. no other. period of aside a man servant standing at the door, t chair, :'trembling in every ,lmb received ipto'his fair companion's hand. ha von
the day. and boldly entered her husband's chamber: Don Corriano, though somewhat surprised alone witnessed/and scene.. 'Tak this," be said,1 Vand be happy." tber'eist a final determination to hare

The dial was pointing to the hour of nine. Don Jose,Maria Corriana was bending over at the,tenor of this missive, was not'a man "Ah!", hi BtUmured to himself, "this .is Don Pedro now made his appearance; and thrown a settled conviction that Cu

DoniA Isabella Corriano, the young and on oblong table, engaged in 'writi g./ An to shrink from the position enforced upon very.stupid.' 1 jealous, woman"laks herself leaving Donna Ibarra m his'hands, Corriano b i and away1n.te.mbl cor,

charming wife of Don Jose Maria Corriano, open letter lay before him, which, together "1m. He made the necessary preliminary and. eviif body else: If'.I hastened after his wife, who was den iDg. tapt of European that o t rt.,

to whom she bad been wedded scarcely two with the paper he was inditing, he hastily\ arrangements, bade the gentleman goodnight should tell her now tbat 'Don'Corriano badoverheard the vestibule, with rapid, trembling steps. of the inland are wasted powers, the; energies rur

months WAS seated in the elegant drawing: swept into a small drawer as he found his and then retire d to his chamber, ihoje silly,remarks!I'? ,* "Isabella, my beloved, he exlaimt lyzed. the treasures embezzled by a para sue"
room of the Corrianio mansion, impatiently privacy invaded. where he>pent a few hours in writing, and But Piquillo was very discreet. He never catching her hand,'which cession an. bankrupt whom the

waiting the arrival of her husband, who had "How is this, madam," he said, with an then bled himself to rest. On his way from volunteered:!nfo ti D. Piqjijillo w contact, "fly not as you love'me .All nee mother country.sends Yeror to. vex,

promised to escort her first to mass, and thento air of confusion, '.,'ou enter my apartment the drawing-room, he had dropped the'challenge prudence ltlln this respect. But when of cncalment is now over, and every devour, and.tyrannize that.oust.
the myal gardens where the pure air of without announcing yourself?" Then as which was picked up by Piquillo, questioned ; every thing, as..witness be explained !"- -' mocracy, keen of ; of grtD.
morning is rendered still more (pure and re- if conscious of the rudeness of his demean- who gave it to 'one of the maids, who in his brie dialpgaeof yesterday with his mis ;. These words arrested the unhappy woman|of resolute eye strong hn"seize

tsr4lHg fly',,nllu.1ICSt1CNt tvu..i.... wbld&tIIflW ui, be aiMed In a geiiikrtcue,'"But paidon turn eavej'Uo her mistress. In.t'-et Piquillo, was a per in" her. flight, and rwhile, they touched .her. wIl to defend, purs.ry that Prov
up a thousand': glittering; streams. me, my 'Isabella! I 'had forgot .that yon 'The,eyes :.of. '
"Indeed this is two had !" muttered the have the right to enter my presence unannounced umph as she perused it. This .feeling was Unconscious*\bat her remarks bad' will epfn"v tniiibial ed tyrannies. fo: decrepit ad have ,

proud beauty, beating the malted floor with at all times!" ho\en', but momentary. She reflected that overheard, Jsabeli quitted the drawing- regarding him seaily.! "Then do it'now,; Cuba; we affirm without the gift c.wnr,of prophecy

her Mnall fairy foot, throwing: her large Isabella, without paying any attention to the challenge was doubtle accepted,, in room;, and star tc .- As she now, sir, and -for my heart is breaking and without fear of future refutation. ,
daft eyrs at the clock on the mantel. "We this observation pointed significantly to the which case her husband might be killedlThis was the staircase, she was Ha t" trill be annexed to the United- Cub

shall be toe late Corriano is an hour behind drawer, and with flashing eyes, exclaimed idea alarmed her. She was not pre. met by her husband's valet who handed hera I This exclamation! was' proced by the here a principle steps St.Yet it is im.

his lime. I don't know what to make I "You need not attempt to conceal that pared for.s sadden and precipitate a stroke, small note on a She openedit ', appearance of her hated Ibarr possible to deny that Spain might have aver
of II !'' letter.from me, sir! I know all, ami be assured and half repented of her hastiness in calling and read as follows : who leaning on the arm-of:Don was ted tbe blow by decreeing th immediate ab

S'ce rose, went to the mantel 1 and took a I shall not put up with this outrage upon her friends. She now began to realize Dear.Isabella.-The Prime Minister h now approaching' her-countenance radiant olilion of Slavery.
small silver whiMlp, which she Applied to'' tamely." the depth ol- her affection for Corriano: one done me. tbe honor to invite me to a bal with joY. : i S S ."
her lips and theji blew with great energy.A Corriann turned pale. by onecame, up before her memores" bis which be gives to-night. It, will !11' she exclaimed, in a voice i .A word about this same Institution of Sla

"PI'a lit answered to the call. "You know all ?" he said. fondness, his gentleness, and his devotion; splendid aflair. Shall. I have the pleasure trembling with emotion, "what do I not owe very:vile, and odious and inhuman as it is,

Piqiiillo! \" said his mistress, "run to your "AH, sir!" returned the lady, impetuous and her heart softened, ber hatred vanished.But of your company? Something tells me you to the noble generosity Don Corriano! there is much of tuneful. cant and low ..chartlatanism. .
ma irr'tI room, and tell him I am waiting." ly. "You thought to conceal it from me, then c'me up the letters-the image of will tircre to a new happiness.Yourf Congratulate me He Has at length obtained abroa. We do not deny tbat. the
her rival Donna Ibarra and her heart JOSE MARIA COHBIAKO. the pardon of Don Ramon; and I shallagain I disgrace to the t'stars "
Piqmllo nadf a low deferential bow, and did you-to blind me to your secret inter. ever, stripes" ;
barked himself out of the apartment intp the views and correspondence) with Donna Ibar hardened, her hatred returned. Yes, he ill J your master," she said to tbe valet husband have!". tbe. happiness of embracing my. but, in taking out the mote from our brother'seye
ball, where he quietly stationed him &if, ra ? But I have discovered all, sIrandno might die, and she would never weep. for "tha I will send him my reply.in a few mi "Her husband exclaimed whoa let us not forget the beam in our own.
Diving hniitiflf no anxiety whatever as to \\-now-." him-never, never, never! ]." .. "sabel It is not because the Suther States are

what bile mifitrexj ini::hi think of such singular 'Hear me. Isabella!"* began Corriano, And yet, even while she murmured these nut d curbing her feelings, so as to conceal "Even perfectly( .bewildered.Isabella"returned Cornano Slaveholders, that the Dmory'
,'tear*-hot, scalding ones-were fall so, my ; the West is to taunted with
conduct. with an air of deep agitation. won them] from the eyes of the valet, she ascend "but here is letter," from his b sn
{..alleUa having given her order took an Not a word), sir. I will hear nothing.= ber. eyes, and not in drops! but in edt e stircas with a proud haughty step, doublet, and a'handing it taking, to one wife, "which pail; and it is long ago that of this
land of freedom whose
showers As for Donna Ibarra, her rival, ancestors bad foughtand
i iniuiieiil around You-have deceived
| turn the dra\\"IDjt.roum, me too long already I and her room. will all. Read and
ubrll casting 'her tye through the doors am not one to put np with so deep an outrage oh, what hatred she bad in store for her! I 1 x>r creature t!" murmured the observant doubt explain thefidelityof ,Jose my.beloved never more, !" won the battles of liberty at home, 'er

(.he beheld the 'lackey standing 'like a statuea tamely-nor will) I litltf' .to your base "T rts she" she muttere whose wicked Piq il.who' understood her better than she They returned to your the anteroom, and Isabella as active'and busy Slavholder as tbe
(rare ur.t""O. from the threshold. excures to palliate your infamy!" arts enticed my fr me-'twas und herself "She innocently fan. I follows olinas are now. yet spoke of
"Piqui'llci!" tiLe exclaimed, With an indig- "llIfam). madam Ok Isabella" she who created for me this misery! Wo to cies rto one sees into it" read a : England as the "land -of .lilerty." For, tt,

nan, glance.o! "Enough, sir !" interrupted the impassioned you, Crialina if my Jose fall-wo to you. On reaching her chamber, the unhappy "Afy Dear Corriano-You will no doubt speak calmly,the Slavery of the black, who
', took ttuee steps and, bowing lady. impetuously, .fhow dare. 'you add wo!! wife sat down to reflect. She read and reread be surprised to heat that your old companionin have never tasted freedom, is not to be 'r a-

t\m\ M Ui the floor, tttl again before her. insult to injury by assuming: such a hypocritical With these 'words midnight, having ome the epistle till her eyes ached. Her arms has, notwithstanding the edict of sonably compared with the Slavery of your
Did you bear the!" demandsd his tnistre.s. air? That letter sir! You thought and gone, the unhappy vife crept into bed. impulse was decline the invitation, fr8 his banishment for bis share in the conspiracy white Hungarian' and Russian, and Italian

with dashing eyes. I saw it not-that you could keep your infamous -not to but to meditate, true in the t condition of her she against Garcia again returned to Spain. under harder and moie cruel taskmasters!
sleep wit stormy mind But the yearning to look once more The of the blacks is not to be rea
'"Yes madam, answered the lackey calm intrigue from methatthatJealousy's -" Spanish upon the means vengeance. was disposed to regard as a cool upon Slavery
my beloved country, and thjs desire to em sonably compared with the of En
ly. most intense bitterness appearedto tated insult on the part of its writer. How SaveQ
Then did not sirrab 1" be consuming her. '0 'Jose Jose !" I brae my have induced me to glsh. Far be it write
why you obey : Morn approached, and her exhausted could he have the heart to send her a noe, idolzedile paupris
"'Because, madam," replied Fiquillu, "I she'added reproachfully, her voice growing energies at 'length succumbed-tired nature couched in such considerate tbe to.make attempt, my.life is tbe be distorted to a pal.JO
had received from fainter and faint with each i terms forfeit if I discovered. And now, my of Slavery, white or black; but we war
a jirevious order my max more succeeding yielded to repose. At tbe appointed hour, scene that passed between yesterday, a
ter.. I word, "I did not expect this of yon 11i Corriano was on the ground, without a since when they bad not exchanged a old friend and comjanion .of the camp, to wholesome sympath lend' our rem against.
Indeed sir! Your insolence is insofleraicaimot i have not deserved it! To give me up, and friend.'How's. nnless'be designed it for'a satire ? Atd word, your noble heart I entrust my secreV conscious -. trading and officious Ab !
LIe!' for her-for her this 1" demanded his introduced that you xyill neither betray It or refuse -
antoDist."You tbe passage, "You will there be THE HAVANA PEISOKEKS.-Mr. J. S.
help it madam," was the itnpertoihahle As if her very soul had escaped and deserted have brought no second ?" to a new bappiness"-what did that mean? to. warn my.beloved Christina/of Thrasher the following list of tbe prisoners
Tell her that I gives
reply delivered, however, with an her with these words, she uttered a "But I am here myself!" returned Cor. A new happiness! When he knew that she and safety.oh a which I mr sent to Spain by the brig Ripe, already -
air of the deepest humility. low moan and fell, like a dead thing;, to the riano. was suffering all the torments of the deepest my way to the capitol, announced. They were treated a with
of .
''I do not understand this!" muttered the floor, ere Corriano, ,who bad thrown himself "In that ease," said .Don Pedro, "must I mental misery! But perhaps it alluded to pect to reach by the twentieth September.If the same kindness those previously cent...
have ho friend
lady, with a darkling frown. "What was forward, could save her. I ofmy.friend ?" another rival whom he intended to lead out you objections, my trusty Thirteen in a the and are re-
sen I could wish wait Garcia and rain hospital
the order you received 7"*be demanded, iinperionfly. Tbe young nobleman appeared for a few. means," responded the other. "I under her very eyes! Perhaps to another hand him the you enclosed to document.upon It is' c wound. It is reported
momenta like one bewildered. At length. would take it as a favor if he will act for love scene between himself and his brazen a vering of them liberated.
brief and of share in the
"Not to disturb Don Corriaao tiU ten pale and tremb.ing, be lifted tbe proud form ; us both." minx. Donna Ibarra! true statement my bert H. Breckenridge b Ransom- R,
and I have doubt if his
o'clock, madam. And it is now but nine; of his wife. and strove by numerous careSses This being agreed upon, tbe adversariestook As these thoughts us her, she deter-, conspiracy eminence wi no to, read both of Kentucky, were 'picked up Bb s

which, as you will readily comprehend, to restore her to consciousness. Failing in their psitions and engaged. The affair mined to hesitate no Yes, she would it induce can him prevailed tbe upon of twenty miles from land, by a Spanish a coasting
madam, is just one hour too soon." this, be summoned her women,.consigned was was one of the go. She would confront ber insolent rival to mltigat severity unconditional mysentence schooner, and are to be tried on a charge

Not till ten-o'clock !" repeated Isabella, her to their care, finished the letter which most expert swordsmen in Madrid. Three before a thousand eyes. Sh.e would take perhaps I need not me. an faithful- of having belonged t) the Lopez expedition:
with of astonished and her sudden entrance had sealed and his disarmed. in bef. bands, and do such paron. sy. my
a mingled expression interrupted, passes. opponent was vengeance own friend letter is intended for Sent Spain by
indignant rage. "Aealiy! she murmured, and placed it with the other in a pocket of '"Strike,' sir," said Don Pedro, exposing ; wand make that ball remembered I tis your t BrgRi.C.
pacing the apartment with hasty steps, "thisis his dos let, quitted the bouse, and did not his breast thing! The unhappy woman did not decide i eye alone, that my"life bangs upon' the J. Duffy, New Orles; T ,

insufferable! Something is going on thatI return till dusk. Meanwhile, Isabella witb "Excuse me," returned Corriano, gracefully upon the precise course she intended to secrecy Cbristina with that which I'll you be at regard her feet it. el my the Mobile; Michael ,S. Ores;JohnD .
do not comprehend! For the last few days that fierce, resistless energy peculiar to the returning him his rapier. "I cannot but file felt that it would be some : Brown,-: George Ber :ti,
I adopt of the twentieth. And now,
Ohio Bachilder
Joe has been a perfect enigma. I do not women of inay Spain, bad recovered from cons.t to deprive Spain of one of her bravestcavaliers very, very terrible evening time-honored friend and beloved companionof my ;Orleans Thomas John Bryan Brown,--; Preston Es,

think be treats me as I deserve. It is unkind her swoon, spent an hour or two in passionate nor society of one of its purest" She therefcre despatched a reply to Corri I and trost.i i in New ; ,-; ,
a John Cline New N.
of him unkind! He and then !" written witb the which she Camp you sex, St. LuiS Ore
-very, very was weeping accompanied by gentlemen ano, brevity hour to have the honor of N. Davis
but a jioor penniless lieutenant when I marI her maid, paid a visit to her father, to whom "But I owe you an explanation !" exclaimed thought consistent with ber and dig happier hand of wile. klSSlgtbe Por Prusia; Orlens;
I angel Portet Dublin F. Havana
. ried him and now, now that my dowry has she vehemently related the fatal discovery Don Pedro, throwing himself npon nity. It was in these words : your RAMON IBARRA." New : Curvi Bouvren;

made him rich, be treats me with indifference { she bad made of her husband's infidelity.Don the young nobleman's breast. "I thank for the invitation, and accept John Talbot ,
you Losner. Saxonv Thomas Mc-
!" Go-nez, her father, indignant at thisoutrage Tears sprang into the eyes of Isabella, a Cuba; ;
"Let it said tbe latter. "I it."
pass cancomprehend Neil Co. Ga William Miller
of this Lnmpkin ,
the ;
she finished .
threw herself' fautenil and the of bis child perusal lettr.
She upon a upon happiness it all. I too have an explanation "Poor girl!" murmured Corriano, a he perused "Now I understand it all!" she Northampton, Eng; J. B.. Weymot Nashville -
burst into tears. Meanwhile, the immovable could scarcely restrain his rage. Bidding to. make, bat D now. If you will meet the billet. "My heart bleeds for"her!" with unalloyed "Your letters, ; John RobinsD, Gonzalez
where Isabella to home and leave the affair happiness.
Piquillo was standing precisely me at my three o'clokI will open At the hour, Pedro presented Donna Venezuela Edward Conolly,
appointed ; ;
a Dn interviews and meaning glances'with Irl
his mistress had left him. in his hands, be sent for bis nephew, laid
my heart to you. For believe me, this himself at the his cousin, Louis Nagle, Missouri; James Myer
a Ibarra Ir
"Shall I take leave madam!" be wed the before him and concluded ob -
by "
my I want friend. chamber of
sadly a the do. Michael _
jtncture and was shown at once to "Related to our mutual efforts in behalf of land; Joseph Myers, ; _Lyons,
serving- Oh.. ," Don Pedro. "von can, rely Corriano. with whom he remained closeted till_ do. John Indiana John -
rturne ---- -- -- -- banished husband, interrupted Donna ; Siefer ; Dylen
"No," replied Isabella, placing her hand- "There is now, nephew, but one course i it, I !" On his my District
on thee five, when ke took his departure. "efforts," she added, "which we dared gland; n, Clombia
krrcheif her eyes. -Approach nearer sir! to take with this upstart-you must call him "Receive my thanks. Adieu!" way through the ball, be pe'ruive Isabella Ibarr it should compromise my Ra William Young, Ireland John T. .;
Piquillo advanced ie steps, cast bis eyes out and kill him The honor and happiness With these words, Corriano turned from silently regarding him drawingroom mon's revedllest John Johnson, Eugene Cay;London
upon the floor, and tranquilly awaited her of our family demand it!" the and quietly retraced his of his most graceful safety. Kentucky Va.
spot steps and her one "And efforts," said Corriano, "which'have Eng.; Gore Pr Peleror. ;
interropatop Don Pedro shook his head. He at to his cham mae .
bomewan. passed once bows. been attended with the happiest re- John A. Swer ; Joph.
'w hO was here this morning 1n demanded "I do not see, uhcle." he said, calmly, the impression that neither his "Coward!" she muttered, and turned to-night sult. he pointing to the Stevens, \; Frederick Hagar, Prussia -

his mistress. "the propriety of any undue baste in this af wife nor any one else in the house was away.Pedro. packet Bebol ade hand, "&he order ; Aogustin Montoro Cuba isaac Free-.

"A messenger.1" fair. There must be some mistake, which, aware of his meeting with Don Pedro. blnqbed, and aware of th current for his unconditional.pardon. Ranaon can born, Ohio; Pbil ps Oren.
'From whom ?" Don Corriano is doubtless. capable of clearing I was ten o'clock when Isabella awoke. of her thoughts, passed* out grave now enter Madrid in face of all the world!" In the Hospitals-all doing welL
"Donna Christina Ibarra.1 up.* first words were of bet hubd but pteasant.emite. this explanation makes me so happy!"
Rnbrira Ga-
"Did be see Don Carriano in !" "He in his room," her !" murmured the Manuel Aragon, Ar; J. B. ,
person Don Gomez naturally hasty and choleric i repli "Mystery on mystery exclaimed Isabella, radiant with joy. "D ficia Jas. G.
''No, madam." I trembled with rage, and observed with aa maids unhappy woman. "My very relatives turn- you know, Cristina," she added, turning I New; Fides. : Mat, Richn;
"He left a note !" ill disguised sneer: "Bat be has been ont-no I" ingagamst me, and siding with-Atm/" that lady, "that I have been very j jealous of A. ; Kenan Jacob Jessert, Win;

"Yes, madam." There .is no mistake at all, sir. The "Yes, madam. He !let the house at daybreak Passion had so completely mastered the I you!" "Pardon.. pardon me-" began Rieve Mississippi, Saxony; L. Hungary -
"From Donna Cristina Ibarra!" said his whole affair is transparent as glass. The and returned, an hour after- jealous wife that she would not pDouot Donna Ibarra. Heny George Jasper Edgerton, Paaka. Blumroenthal -

mistress, starting. only mistake, if there be one, is that I war." i her husband's name, even to '' it is allover now,"cried Isabella, interrupting ; ,- David atbe, New York;
"Yes, madam." wrongly conceived yon to he a man of courage heaven for that!P He is 'sale; was no.longer Jose, no longer Corriano-it her, with a playful smile. "But Cbas. J. Hedge,;England.

To my bn>band ?" ._ and for reason selected you for my con- then!" she exclaime. "Dress me-quick!" was/im I shall certainly." she added, with a mischievous -

."To Don Corriano, madam.". ,.., "- fident and injured daughter's champion. When cmplett the,, unhappy came, and with it the ball. glance,'"Tell Ramon, on his arrival LION CATCHING w SOUTH AFRICA.-Mr
Isabella smote her brutItb lie ,.)\11 But n.o matter; no matter sir! Thank fortune I wife passed romadJoinmg At nine o'clock, Corriano and his wife entered of your strange conduct!" Then t Lemue, who formerly resided at Motito,and
:gloved hniitl, ax if she bad been shot.a She I am not without friends, whose her husband's, and carefully drawing their carriage and drove to tbe palace of her husband, she observed, "You are a very is familiar with the Kalliharri country, assures -

prang from her seat, and paced the apartment swords will leap from their scabbards to redrew aside a curtain near the top of the wain Prime Minister. naughty fellow; but I suppose," she added me that the remarkable accounts some

with a hurried trembling step. my poor child's wrong !" st peeped through a smal window look "A. happy pair!" muttered Piquillo, stri. archly, "I must forgive you!" times circulated as to the people of that pr

Leave the room," she sad, with an inperiou ]- thicle.," said Don Pedro,. gravely, "youare in upn.his Corriano .was cally- a he closed the door upon them.On "Dine with us tomorrow, m friends of Africa catching lions by-the J
air noticing that the eervsni'iyuwere too .hasty, and-" .' sitting perusing a letter, which : their way to tbe festive"scene, Isabella said Corriano, "and you shall se te happi-j which, I confess," (was very .incruous
fixed upon ber. "Silence sir!" thundered Don Gomez every now and then be pressed to his lips. did not exchange a word with bet bus- est couple in all Spain." were perfectly He well

Piquillo made a !ow bow, and retired. fiercely. "Do you dare to insult' my.gray At sight of this, the miserable wife turned band, who making the.slightest allusion "To-morrow," said .Pedro, significantly, the method prevailed, and was certainly not
Isabella now remembered that Doiina Ibarra hairs Is it not enough that you have had even paler than before. She laid ber band to tae difference between them, endeavored "is the twentieth." uncommon. among the people. Lions would

bad been, to her boiue very frequently of the temerity to offer me your boyish advice, upon her brelt and withdrew from tbewindow by a rapid flow of conversation. to "True," answered Corriano. "And we'll sometimes become extremely dangerous.
late, and that her viaits hal Men nude on all when all I ask is your sword ? Go, sir- ha been shot. Shi tottered render himself as. agreeable as possible. have bur Ramon with us. "I'l despatch a Having become accustomed t human' flesh,

occasions when'Don Corriano was at home. never darken .uiy doors again. You are no to a chair, drppe upon. il and thenbreathed The al room was filled with the wit, beauty courier to hasten his arriv they would not willingly eat any thing else.
Sue lemerobeied also, tboftgh it did not kin of mine. I disown you. You are a hard. nobility of Marid Garcia, the "Ah! Donna Ibarra, "that _When a neighborhood became infested,

fluke her with any great force before, that i coward, sir-do you bear-a rank. trembling "He kisses her very leter!I" she mur Prime Minister., was ly attentive word murur so happy!" the men would determine on the mer to
J>4Jii4 Ibarra and Ccrriano bad nat very coward !" mured in great agony. : shall never to his guests. He appeared'desirous of rendering "But not," returned Corriano, "happier be adopted to rid themselves of nuisance;
other ttto i iiutiaJirM, that him-never." them happy, succeeded to a in the restoration of theconfidence themselves into band, they
0ier**ib in one or Hear Pedro, forgive Pedro for not killing I a than it does myself, thenforming a
Mutfffcd la IOA tones, and that there meuncle"began.Don series of loud charm. and affections of beloved in their royal foe,
(Itej ( striving, with a powerful! effort of bis will, i At this moment there was a my ever I wouldfproceed sar.of
'iBKrttaAed MWelbiog mysterious; between to his self-poseeAsion'' knocks at the hall door. Stifling :her teelings As midnight approached, Isabella observedher wife. Good nigbt! -With tes words they and beatd the lion lair. Standing

ik-m. ."Not preserve a word, sir," thundered the cholericold :, and yielded to ber curiosity, the an.iiappy husband in- conversation with Garcia parted. clos by one another, the lion would, make

As these memories: came up to her, Isabel man, turning from him. "You are a woman descended to the drawmgrOl who, wore a countenance al once tranquil "Said I not;Isabella," murmured the no- spring on some one of tbe pl-uer

:- la lelt.a fa.ntiiewcreeping over Lee heart; poltroon, and' unworthy:an honest man'* murmuring: and smiling. Corriano appeared.to be urging bleman, as theyture home, Rtbat a' Dew man of course, hoping be esp
letter from for theOftO some suit with'great. earnestness, to.which to-night at attack when instantly others
: ber ees became dwi, ller Dead dizzy, and notice. You are not of house nor 'Another -perhaps happiness eet.you .
.be" tank upi.n the auteuil, deprived for a of blood. You are a cowardly my dog, sir, minx herself I She ba impudence the'minister seemed to ,listen with' .willing bail( ?" b forward and seize his tail, lifting it np'closeto
montent of ewery senee. Fortunately sheias and my I spit upon you Here" he. added, enough for any thing-even to come to my and generous ear.: At the close of brief "His.wife replied! a warm pressurCofberhand. the body with all their. might; thus not

'' i sittme hear a window throucb the latV calling SHiiiat ly to his servants"Joa- .,ouce. and throw,:out her a to.. my- bus interview the latter retired, and.the young only _'_. :.._ only astonishing the animal,.a absolutely I I
tixvt wb'di the moming fer m gilded quietly quin, Manual pa !, Antonio! quick rascals-lake uand before my very ye.. : nobleman smilingly crossed the ball,-.room, "They are happy now!? murmured Piquil taking him o his guard, o nts
1 this time disappointed. and spoke a few words to a young brushed him in the hall efforts powerless for the mor.ot; others -
lay whil
Her were lo they by
i jnt||.ved around her temple' and ''' a mca this curr and throw him nun the street!" jeloufr as
sure itViVed ber. Mastering WilD an effort With these words the e'.olerrc'ul4 b idal.ev.ry certainly was a'letter, and whose lovely features sparkled with a "1 wish o go into your room,.Jose,1' saidIsabella closed in with their spears, once
l 1 tbe remii r o' her weakneN", with passionate 4 large one, but it was On opening '. she listened; Ashadeof agony pa overabla' tbey up the staircase. stabbed tbe monster through and through.Rev. .-
of ; } feature aJive, unsle. a pas
Jf. go brow al'sbe"ob I doubt still J. JT. Tour
itshe, discovered infilatlolt ( uAh I you ba : i S Afrc.
herself to the reflectiuu .
abe abs4yed J citemeut: hurried into ,'n'adjoining ,room a. with fln'I i
of lair a ball to be given in the.,evening at thpalace then, she murmured a trb- pretty pne!'replied Corriano. ;*
caltod by'ftye peculiarity IMWIIMHI. I closing the door after him with loud noise: A mortal prevailing ship
up ,
b ; feYr
1 ofathe Prime Minister.. Sbe ordered bing heart"is tho''DOW happiness' And they into-the chamber. o b
!ha.cIIz passed
Tl* only child, ; tf wealthy buiaigiv Dun Pedro. stung almost to ma4'tes.' ,with "' misedmoatthrballl"f! : letter Isaw'you at sea, negro was appointed: tbrw: thebodies
? had from her wlit yitata bppu! ta.orBiored ,, tff) fife:* insults,heaped upon him by hi.* Ins srant 1 take it op to his master.- ?"' It : ? IS QW' me,'! said Isabella, fthe.to-day." ovrb. .One day when the .cap-

petud' and carewed. On leftthmg uutjfc, look'.bis "leave, proceeding.borne, :'Is your mst in drawing-room.invitation, and band,was, ,Duna'lbwitb'whOhet! hui, Corriano'without''manifesting'any kissing! 1 rapturously curprise .. i taut he saw the negro draggingout
..C rnasnutjJ,' ber' rare beauty and: great relafrd: the'details of the J', interview, to. bin asked. his ting.' "' Corriano'wa; quitted., the'youflg,Iady-pr ;:the 1' > ;dtew fortbv the table, took out .-small of forecastle a'sick;,m >wagIng
liVjjJ drawn around her ib. hOmage faibfr, offrngl the"una. fine; K) abide running eyes ovr + his 'violently from
"Yessenor," was the reply. purpose returning t.bls.wife.Jr 01: packet,'aDd .opening, placed it in her hand. | t
: pja ft.tietes 0 Mailnd* \IDUII : by bis; decision.; ; : ; after tbe I!
ptuct" youngnobleman: immediately: rose way he was It.was one of her letterswritten. ,in gsP rlai.ana
CPT 1p* naj btr Tn ,latter; being QndertQpJlrl obllga.tioni m.fbYQw folded being b -" ,;
l. .
:, ? !rpp. the He found his a.braf days of their c rbip'. re
..,-; Jota:1 ftfl, IgweTerisbe b4 to the cbol'"e J>on,Gum.., who held .and descended .tn I_.own portrait, piverand then retired..On .- ;*. :'WbatilGfyott say ?!'* -sijkwit" a to do .t yea black rascal t A
wife { bic
4 him
I'1 dear'ear.: teftpvp* be/affeevaus, .* mortgage upqa hll| property; and could, at ain bof former character '. ;receiving; Corriano's.fea smile:of Ioving.triumph.- the "Gar'to throw .
&,...r..i'H f1 d! fortSrt**II rth r ?''- any moment foreclose it,; the conditions' .nev "lieutenant/* paused to observe beryf" tam, brightened.tlf1et .a\uinmpbant' ". .'This11! she'cried, bunghttear5; ,and board, MasM 'c dead replied the the DC.

_." & .;. 'Wuose-.:.... PaudsonHi_ ...... |E'JlPlWf, bplliaatTr I taring been :compli=4).witb, decided that ,.a1! she exdaimdin a tow glance! Donna Ibarra, be*at ortee returned' throwing, into. his. a. gro"Dead'youscoundreltsay? cata.ln *
: herl
..... | iocn- see he moves
:,". lUre.. r.. .. ml IUMI. M"le, .., bad--. right or, wmngitvpqld ocdo'ao-.od; : that she.bad aft1 ta to tba 10anly. proffered 'her.lb1\arm; -.jj -j- ; "oo'you aD"pk
.p- :1 .1. .. blsaoo tocomply ,wb e : Scalds massa,1'said VI
w..rQuer"J h4nin4 therefore tIpI, upon K1U ; and frOI the NOTE ::HID taRaT.; ter.th'e Ie'n g
in : 'bl
- 'A.ud' tiul'" 'J& teftaftt, *"P.1ft *Mw a t'Q!&ce with! :bit qncle'a wishes. w drnkini )iTerylword'lurk "so frank';* antechamber opening 'b .y tibuIe'oreitrspceftbepalsce.1. > of Scandinavia are sop .\e r of sy bi -no. -deadbut- : t.n: ft-?,*w-.f'tiit:noSody
Jfir sue '* .lifted from tel!, and went .to4 boe ; .. ,, know U'1*, 0 'bl v ; .
peuaryto compeU ._. :n li'ffdro aihwgly OQue Te 7 J $ &*$$ : Scothn4t t. ::,. r-. .;. : -- .

W/_. I;. >ceun58!I toipwrer'taj4the k iA U&CkPf. ,(ri q4.: l' t \ t ,I'."' ._ "-4 3. f''.-" -' .. .. -_ p' 'f )._. : ; i"Jti : *

.. t $ : .i .

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", From Florida.tht Savannah Claims Georgian' F FLORIDA L 0 .Blrf. 'lft, 1 >>t N j.,'.'.aU.k Ofcour8e The eltit'.Y6 do.ooflaW1Jeilttorin mg' ht n," c ui -:-1:IeI-, a [ E:p t'P \rtb meeting Direct held Aboard Trade.4 .the 'steamer""'(' i".'

We have read with a great deal of interestthe '-4' 1'1'4: : f ; by eit"n.'r various"por
!fl4&ringtbdtiea ch" r- 1
of Bronson in J : O'N ViL >; } pay ur ., ; f the States and
luminous opinion Judge / fJ :E "' Georgia
i icle has ffd d\1Butw 1 ulI ciI'fornotice ) : fh id
favor of the claimants in these cases. His .EtECTioK This delegates returning borne
argument .whether as based on the most distinguished Thursdays November,' 13, 1851. a few points from the maif xif 'reformatory fo. the f
th Convention
;; authorities, or ,on, the\ "eternal ."-"-' .:. .-.. v'.f, :-"3-." .w", omjUt are-JJeithe.r.iso, ,, .. : conclu.1'.....} ".. -., ( \ .3d.nS. PJaDers' recently held _
and immutable principles of justice and equity To Strangers. sive The d n folr1' .
or true,as to be pa'ssed in silence...T
,"'seems to 'ns absolutely conclusive And Our exchange periodic'alsV&c1.: are editor complaints'' 'of : lie' b ; : : \Controller, Treasurer, Jfr.a _
irresistable. We are astonished that satisfaction papers in addition Ho 'Commissioner i ,;State. qt.'P.we ")
gbJyappr1 01
of these demands should so long; always at the service of strangers who may pardoning power thus uncharitably cori- ; cto and members' now* being by Mr. Bmoa*
have'been. vrithheId T For the credit of the wish to avail themselves their use at our slrues"anothef cas&injrhiti :|bat >power ( p of tne two direct trade belveen

government: Js much to be regretted. that, business, o.Bice"easl endjof.JJay street., ,,The was withheld .4s ., the city of Amsterdam, ,.j.h.f t-
this/should not have been the' case. The latch-string is always out and the i invitation He was petitioned 0fVeflavt-.VflJ by,the i"--oto'.o whole 1z4iJt.lfrJtr bar, But*v / i t .Unn Set f w.1
investigation of the subject opens tp the : : i ket composed: (.,fpur, i p4 ,l4ih.o
and the jury.tbat tiedthk.ca.sl'; to pardon and cal.1Ji1eJI -
world' chapter in our fair history fame"which if it bad it free.'M vejy trivial offence, but he refused, because, / : : r ticket;and three from t f tmbertr"mb
would be well for our mechanics
remained unknown.. s rs. N..H. Corwin, .,&.Co.,'Hortieulturists i., asns generally_believed, it was .opposed by pl r Is the electron has .,of .. Georgia oner 01

We hope, our government,-by immediate Middletown,.New, YOrk.. are,at an] a certain Senator" who bad- his private. malice Wh'gs.tTheyhave': .: ,'and all orida" States of the ad\Union.

payment, will dispose of the matter at. once proper''seasons ready to fill orders for fruit, to gratify. [ tbe Senate, and the held", at' t : tie'

and forever; thus allowing the transactions fruit trees, ornamental trees, shrubs, &c. This.refers to a petition for pardon..going i dou fQJ. The., !, dy a.Novm 1of.Dnen.oD; .

,upon which the claims are'based, to pass if Mr..C'. is present in our town.' ujvfrom this.county, .which we. ourself. in .' { commercia.condit'and
i : a
possible, from the memory of men. common with other' citizens favored, and and : :--In New'Jersey the, of ,, ,. .Ca t ,
We entirely c'oncnr in the following ArmyArrivals.We the propriety of 'not which'we.do ; ,-.That a committee of
: in the fv
marks taken from the N.. Y., Courier and ( .majority .
Enquirer accidentally omitted mentioning .in not recognise. But'solirfrora the pardonin : : to address a. letter to BU1',.
: our columns, the arrival,of-Major Loud,of .its the attendanceand a
this case being refused, grant was aesthi a.
A question of International Law of much the 2d has returned and resumed Foote's in occasion. .
..ArtilIery'b .majority .
ion !
interest. to the public, but more particularly command of this Post. .' only deferred until the adjournment of? theLegislature' ( :; ; OO TJabOur 'F JOHN BESSENT, St. Mary's,
; .
so to the Commercial portion of this greatmaritime Brevet Capt. Clark of same Regiment, is for reasons deemed satisfactory ;, .GAamt, & '' Chairman
Nation, has after full and elaborate also on duty here. to the Governor, and,which \tjiose who as-' T .the Union, ticket,'lve :Jacksonville, E.,F. '

argument, ben decided by Judge Bfonson, Surgeon B. M..Byrne, who was formerly cribe'the gratification of private malice, to The. third r
of the United States Court of Florida. The stationed this is with visit : We the undersigned Committee
at place,. us ,on a last ap.
point in question was whether depredation -and our ,fellow-townsman Brevet Col. trim could hardly appreciate if explain has in pursuance of the above resolu
and tbe destruction of property by one The pardon was granted at the adjournment' Michigan gone I
upon Wm. W. Loring, of U. S: Rifle Regiment,
Kation upon the subjects oi another, should who it will be recollected commanded, on a of the Legislature. Another "''certain Sen- o\er 10,000 majority. I very respectfully .c,1 your attention

entitle the parties injured to receive the original difficult wilderness, a march of over 12,000 ator," of another county: succeufuljy'favored ; Foreign.. same, ,and wonld. be happy C han
value of tbe property'at the time of its miles, from Independence Missouri to Oregon for the citizens of. the sea-board
loss, and interest the damagesfor and urged the grant of pardons to a num- : FranUinj i arrived at a
on came as ; city, has recently come among us to en- : and time therein specified.TfcryrespecKuny .
the loss of the use of the pr9perty taken joy, for a few days, the society of his old cer far exceeding those applied for'a, this 'I for hrtngft : large .
or destroyed. The decision of this learned friends, and breathe the balmy air of his native county, during his sojourn as a Legislator at ng whom -i the :
Judge very potently demonstrates the equi- town. Tallahassee.- Was this interest, aso the off- A. ATXISSOS. Wajhesville, C.
and law Ytbrch entitle the to interest Extraordinary S. BissiscEa, Savannah
ty parties We take the. above from the Ancient Cityof <
spring of private malic,, or the gratifica. i
as a just rule of satisfaction, and it is so : ti Co.or ,ALEX'S ScaiKTOJf, Bruns'k, .
'sustained throughout, by all the eminent the l.et inst. To the officers mentionedas tlOn. f 'the laltei tbe motive 'of the Governor's fled l States. M.Jolla
? Jomr C Prior
writers on'public law, as to Jeave' rio shadow sojourning and stationed at St. Augustinewe clemency? from Madrid :and : Colombia c.Fla.
; i !
of doubt if heretofore existed | ? C. P. COOPER. Jacksonville, Fla.Committee..
indeed-any<< add the of Lieut. Merchant duty
name on -
The disclaimer of sinister views' in his for U. S. A.,
in trained mind. The
any.V'JI legal .
principles so ably set forth in this very im- at the same post-one whose gentlemanly profuse comments, comes with a bad grace the ',not yet arrived,

.portaut.dccision, are vital to tbe Commercial urbanity happily tempers' the esprit du from one who introduces on the occasion the the : at Southampton. NOVEMBER 8th, 1851.

.interest. Merchants might have their ships corps of the soldier.Dr. astute illustration of "tcandalum magnatumj' of been held at Leeds : Nothing will'give me more

.. and the globe cargoes, and seized after by long any petty of power' negotiation on Byrne and Col. Loring have both pro as, he says, applied peculiarly to high.functionaries g an address to than to attend your meeting; we

and delay, would have years at last to -content ceeded Northward, the latter for the present unJer regal governments, and who i his liberation from have our own Commerce, Sips, and

themselves with receiving the value at to Washington, expecting orders. His regiment refers to Gov. Brown as an old Federalist, Paris report that, and.the: lumber wealth,and re-

the time of its illegal seizure, without remuneration is at this time at Jefferson barracks. retaining some of the high aristocratic serious The .s of the South, should b promoted,

for tbe profits which might have Fillibuslerism. tions that belong to that school." No. one new Cabinet are' M. interest will become one of the most
occurred. ;
We append below a forlorn attempt at but an extreme partisan, governed by "sinister of Foreign Affairs, in our direct trade with Europe.

JSxcltcuieut: at liJ"rae..e. piquancy perpetrated by the last Neic We views," would charge Gov. Brown with war M. to the shipping interests of the

SYRACUSE, Oct. 31, 1851. refer to it as an illustration of the law-lov a single anti-republican trait. If he is Fould, Finance; H. Let there be no flattering hop.

The U. S. Deputy to Marshal Another indicted for an ing spirit which that paper has of late so strongly; characterized for any thing, it is Lavalle, Commerce; great good follow this demonstration..
attempt Kidnap- FugitiveSlate
Case. 'etc. prominently displayed in reference to the simplicity of habit and liberalism of ,*senti 'Parseval, Marine; Very truly, your obt servt,

Tbe Grand Jury of this country have well-being of our community. We take it ment. ; Instruction The C. G; BAYLOR.

found an indictment against James Lear, of for granted that every act performed by .the As to the repeated remark that the Republican be; o the pint of .. Aknn Bossingtr, SCant.
Missouri, and United States Deputy Marshall has charged Gov. Brown with a 'gross nnd Coer.
officers of the Customs of this District was

Jerry.Allen, for an attempt to kidnap the ne- done in pursuance of law. If not, then lethe abuse oi the pardoning power," it is untrue to crisis 'in France HIBERNIA, Fl,.., K y..8th. ,1851.

gro Jt is reported here to-day that a fugitive U. S. Judge, who issued the mandate: to so far as. founded 'upon any. editorial remarks ; on the Vienna:' of Republican:

(slave,the wife of a colored man named Wan- seize the arms, ammunition, &c. of the Para we made.: It is true we published'communication a papers state that a SIR :I write to inform you of a

dal, whom the Marshal had a warrant for, containing the charge, al- been concluded suicide which on our
receive the censure directed againstthe :
made her escape from the city by the aid of pero boring the writer to use his own terms, Porte, and cure
friend who bad Custom-bouse officers. The News has of d last Wednesday, the 5t inst. Mrs.
some the intended arrest.acquired This a morning knowledgeof placards the main credit ( ?) of encouraging the Fil which we should have modified] ourself,.had'i vices i inform us tht Sparkman, living at Mr.Alfred

were found posted about the city, warning libusterism which has made it incumbent on not that course seemed too much like manufacturing ,towards Turkey put an end to her existence by tak

Jibe people against the kidnapper.. the officers to undertake these seiznres; and i a communication the occasion. of the liberation quantity of strychnia, at 3 o'dock P.

Gen. Worth and Cuba. it would be more in keeping with..its professed I r Our own remarks were chiefly directed: It is reported and in little over one hour w crs.

. The following letter from a New Or- morals if it had from the first uphelJ against a prevailing evil, and our referenceto Kossuth England : called in haste to see if,.any thing

leans paper corrects an impression} that our national neutrality laws instead of coun- the Gov cnor was merely hypothecated. instructed to by done to save her,but the work of

.has long been prevalent, that. tbe late and. tenancing their violation. upon Ucom.,) ntalJB.de" to us by his friends. &been current with wes done to effectually. I found her
.much lamented Brevet Major Gen. Worth '
V. S. Army, was willing to lend his name, It i is proper to state that the old harness We have only th'express our regret that diplomatic functions in her senses and had her dying tes

and personal aid to an invasion of Cuba. I decayed cartouch boxes," &c., said to 50 little good is to.be hoped for by a course that she took the poison with

The statement here fnrnished is clear and in- I be taken, amount to just sixty-nine boxes of of candor on minor topics between membersof of Spain had. written of destroying herself; no satis
disputable. We are happy to be the means the A flaw letter, could for the rash
fixed ammunition, a quantity of new harness same political party. once cause beiassigned:
of contradicting the stigma 011 this Union'f '
that had attached to the gcllant soldier's subject : cavalry saddles, and one brass piece. picked is made a great rent. The leash ; Cuban Expedition country."T she was a young healthy and industri

.name : IMPORTANT SEIZURE! ALL CUSTOM'HOUSE- once loosed, a hungry pack; joins in the Gen. Lopez. woman ; she has left a little boy four

FORT CROOHAX Texas,) Oct. 10, 1851. DOM IN MOTION.-On Thursday last, a small chase and the game is not only to be hunted ; : 3I rket.. old. Respectfully, .
Klessri Editors-A .report has been in schooner, which passed down the river the down, but torn and mangled by tbe dull, and prices of l L. FLEMING.
circulation that Gen. Worth contemplated day before, was seized by order of our vigilant bloodhounds of l8d.Tbe.
Collector, suspected of having board party.NorthernPartis. Great Cue
participating in the Cuba invasion, and that on <<; l to'Oo bales, Telegphc Decde.
his death prevented the relinquishment of the armament of the P mpero. Curiositywas : e Telegraph case was decided. on the
his commission in the army, at a price offered on tiptoe, as the little craft was brought 'in the \T. S. Circuit Cour at Phila.
.by the friends of the cause: This is un up, in custody, and placed! alongside the The editor of the News is morbidly sensitive : Lndon Market. .) The opinion by Judges
true. My. association with Gen. Worth has Pampero. The mysterious boxes, supposed dull, and' drooping,. and Kane sustains each and all of
been such that I was intimately acquainted'With to be filled with deadly weapons and ''vil to any thing which reflects upon ,the prices.: : Coffee was patent in every particular, a

his public and private acts and'opin lainous gunpowder," were taken aboard-the soundness of tbe Northern Democracy. Thisis ; native Ceylon ., invention of the system

ions. His papers are in my possession- ill-fated steamer; the official functionarieswere not surprising, although he should not Rice and Tallow g by which.messages are re ,
Among them letters showing! conclusively in anxious readiness to take an inven- have blown so hot,' as he was wont to do at a distance.br means of elet.
fci is .determination not to have anything to tory of the rich spoils of muskets, rifles, show no. material and declaring him to
jdo with the movement, and his views, as swords pistols, revolvers and blunderbusses about the Nashville Convention, which repudiated ; was easy, and'English under the patent 1\yS la the
Expressed in my hearing 10 personal friends, of the late Filibusters; but alas for human all national parties, and, now step ; closed at'971-4 a of the Court.Bains' is an in
and to Cubans, corroborate his correspon hopes and appetites they were not to be forth the especial champion of the Northern: on Morse's invention. According
.dence. He was solicited to lend,his aid and found Although it was not precisely "a should'think, bJ.lshoW'D decree and injunction against the former'
Democracy.e we advices from the
'his name. The subject was first opened at beggarly account of empty boxes," it was ordered by the Court.
Puebla, when coming out of Mexico, by a the next thing to it-it was'a collection of a sufficient abnegation of faithless{ Northern interest. of
committee of gentlemen; again in New York old harness, decayed cartouch boxes, rusty Wbigs-'to entitle us to a' continuance of the Electol Judg. taken in
> popular
and in Washington( but tin cups, and a number of similar valuable r of Customs at l J
; he uniformly and credit.which vouchsafed to us some time at the same time with the elec
articles, too tedious to mention How far circular address to la
adhered his
resolutely to determination and
since by the the of bow
News in reference to the Whig on question Judge
,endeavored to avoid the frequent importunities the Collector has right to seize vessels] and on the Mexican te
about Un
be chosen is as
merchandize under circumstances is nominating Convention of a
sucn a Pennsylvania.
of influential Cubans pl meag
of his
as well as view .
ia of the Nashville .
events n' on
.own fellow-citizens. He never fora moment question that will probably be decided by We again, too, intimated our satisfaction tons I
entertained the idea of resigning bis tbe competent tribunals. There is great I with the defeat of the Whig party in that ; 'Rib Grande, to use. the :-
People. ,
zeal now-a-dayi to [eserve our neutralitywith the of 'the !
commisssion, which he had held forty years, f State, inasmuch as it occupied ground far :protection the Legislature. 696
Concha! ,
or of participating in what was then a pop- below that which Southern had to extent of their .
Whigs aright -
ular movement; but Ae came to the frontier of- he Republic of NEXT CowGaxss.-The members of
of Texas in the discharge of bit duty, where: The Governor and the"Regulators. to expect and claim from their former ion from the United' Congress have now been elected in
lie. died The consecutive diatribes of the last three Northern friends. At the. same time we States but Mississippi and Louisiana.

It is just and proper that the truth shouldbe weeks appearing in the.News, drawn out by contrasted the conduct: of a portion of them has his probably, Whigs will
known, and the public mind disabused isue to seven Democrats, of various
the communication which we published with with the course of ,the mongrel' coalitionists of"the Globe as
upon this subject. It is due to his name- The-,Whigs will have from eighty-
his services-to his country, historically, our comments upon the.exercise of the pardoning of Massachusetts,'which was shaped for the This to ninety members the Free Sier

and to the army, that his memory should power and certain prevalent evils, purpose of overthrowing the Whig! party in le oneland affords or ten, a cle reg
not be connected with a cause having so lit- fully exemplify what we intimated our apprehension that State, in the' election which took place I ( the debates I party majority of fifty, or thereabouts.
lie to commend it, and which has terminated 0 Boyd, of } it is said, will be
fatally. of, that any expressions of can- on Monday last.. The New 'takes up the I for Kentucky
rtnnd. in the
I am, with much respect, your obedient dor by Gov. Brown's political friends, upon defence of the Northern Democracy warmly, > ..-we anticipate no.delay

servant, .' what might be considered'erroneous, in his and seems really provoked to indirect personality -

J. T. SPRAGUE, official course, would be clutched at and by our venturing to,claim, in common Eleeton. a. CLAY AND THE PREIDEC.-Te
Captain: and Brevet Major, U. S. Army. availed of by his enemies to the purposes of with even Northern Whig presses, a Democratic of candidate ngton (Ky.) Observer, referring .
by and the next Presidency,states that
THE PRESIDENT 'AND TUB ABOLITIONISTS.If party advantage.; The News made'our article little credit for the Whigs who secured the the democratic cand Clay's being a candidate, depends

any thing were wanting to prove Mr. in the outset the theme of a mortal column defeat of Gov. Johnson, by voting for his to Congress, anC all contingencies alone, and they up

Fillmore's fidelity to duty rays the Wathinc-' and half, a J large portion of hich is opponent, Bigler.It by one to upon each other. The first will be the
ton Republic, rt would le furnished by theunceasinghostility I Legislature is strongly of his own that
manifested towards him a clumsy attempt to exaggerate and condense may suit very well the purposes of the J 'consent to occupy
that again' will
by the abolitionists: who never neglect' an our remarks. Because we yielded to the editor, to assert roundly that Gov. Johnson state:of health."' The. Observer depend upon also

oportuuity to abuse him as the most formidable request to make .known to the Governor was.the "A ojtioni"t] 'candidate," although; Orange LakeFlorida : hs. '

Gerrit Smiib adversary in the they.address have to encounter.. through our columns that exceptions were be knows he was no such thing. There,are ftbe' 30th (Sept.. cannot'believe"that, whilst the whole
under'our teleirraphic head, assails Testerday the taken to his course.by those whose freedom incidents in the, life of .Bigler, which we finest cotton crop he is responding with' such united which.voice

President and his associates because they. from ulterior motives we were able to vouch, might point to -as rendering Aim obnoxious J t : vor'of- the : of' their measures*
Are inflexible in their determination to enforce and because we did not, in response to the to the charge of, abolitionism It is a notorious picking"m6reTthan' be.laijaside'for sret; autor'

ground the pours Fugitive upon Slave them the law,whole and stock on this of letter of the Governor'encourage a contro- fact,that he was supported and'voted the that cre.-itbeing several 1b in fame distinguished any bj services

< epithets of which he is master.' He peaks versy in our columns the possible good re- for by Wilmot at tbe .late election, and it is .Grove land,* be.

of them as "attempting to murder men" "for suits of which were sure to be counteractedby another fact, that the :Democracy electee! ?upwards to the 'acre Captain-General .of Cuba seized-

resisting the operation of the law;" and the baneful co-operation of certain zealots !- Wilmot to bne-of the State Judgeships. This I -ve.my.coton' a fit of clemency upon birth-day of
throughout the whole document labors to we'are twitted with displaying a characteristic we.si.ouldall, high grouud to 'assault'Mr. of my Vugaf cane .Queen of Spain,,whlcb occurred on the
: -
convey the impression that they, and they of blowing hot and cold.,] '! We Bigler from, if the name and .prestige oiW'lnxot ; ; long'cotfoh : | Deliberated an twenty cr
alone, are to be held responsible for the Compromise to the acre.nt who had suspicion
have witnessed a great hot blasts l odious ; ..i -" i ._ imprisoned on
and for the enlorcemer.t'ofits pro many convey any thing .. to Southern ; .tPI. ." ;' towards the government. The
visions. from tbe quarter whence the taunt tomes, .ears, : Jackson 'that his waa to '
_____________ ( co.) ran original purpose
NATIOXII. TIUKKSCIVIKC,-The last Leg- and from kindred sources, upon 'amore important Take the editor?*, rule, of .logic; and,what 'a .the wounded Americans but bis,.mind

islature of Ohio adopted a resolution requesting -. question than that now in debate, shall.we say of Ohio T There'tbe,Democracy -. r'two eincei*:!i t 3' for some reason not stated.,

the Governor of that State to correspond and have known the chill of 'experience to ("Free" and sold of course) elected the 1. n 'm adeftfietf| b Consulate.atWahingo!s
pp *
with the Executive officers of all other ltates) : to
follow that abolitionist od Governor I '
in'order to procdre the appointment of the 00 suddenly we are surprised! the by a majo'rity'df /and for the rnmelt, agreeing"to liberate:the JUner-
'-same day in each State for Thanksgiving writer advises any one to ""stick to ,what he 2OOOOj.and; tbisbytheaidof': : the"whole : an r exciter Cnt.- ,prisoriersjon,&salute being fired in hon'

ceremonies. Gov. Wood early compliednd. ,- says. j' .Jewlessons .that the Southern phalanx.of abolitionists of ,the Reserve. ( a,frieridly>ibevtheif;: tb.e,Spanish flag .NewOrleans, and

.states that answers. have been received people have -of late been,teaching have bad What i i is the 'consequence t' The defeat.of .: : :and. terbJ wks'/ the,injury and insult to ,their Con-
r : ,Lettersfrom.. Havana,, .received ia
from all the States but three two of which '
a marked effect in allaying the secession the, Whig candidate. ,'who it is said '8tood : ; .
Vermont and Louisiana. They; cheer .. lorth'anything b charge Consul Ow :. ,,ma-
,are fully join in the selection of the'-day designated Tot of tb ''Nmi arid we do bt if the'signal manfully dp,Jo.r.tb..e!fe.e..meautes 'm*the' le1aeJ we n charges to the Captain Gener ant

by_GOTf.Wood-the 27th" of November instance'/, :" blowing hot and cold? wbicb canvass. Then of course Wood was ejected, ; ; \ fieiryisit.1b ( r,.causing ./alt,. alleging
; .- -.- ._ --f we witnessed some months back, when that by'a' majority of .20,00fl\-Junocratic'\ U&ofttionutit : .ev9tlona J ."they:"fJv: were,. '\ : recall he had,he prp reporta wb&cas,
f. : .J ,
dodged our inquiry as to the resis, linof'this thB'exiefpreml&eand t
TK 'BIACK SWAK.W-A colored woman,' paper I It.is,also stated Tbrbc
named Eliza Green' from. Richmond,''Va., is tance" to the Compromise which urgejd so 'conclusion: of VhVMwi, ?] /': ,- .. l'l ( ; n''decided'frank' \by:thi' :' )c" .it damp P dungeon,(n tat nan c

creating quite sensation musical, circles l lustily, will./even ,be, explained.now' that NOWw6lbaU not make it a point Jo.ta\ entitled a by ofer a month. Shaiki ,has ..accepted hIS'
is : concert .to the .. .
Y. and
At Buflalo, N, tof&t. s .
; ;
shortly. She is said to have quite powerful South Carolina has indicated'her course, up'the: truncheonfor'Northern parties, under ,' &4.fft :from<.'aIy : ._ I'f.

and wonderful voice, and is called "Tbe&ek' and no further obstacles exist to the' forma old names. The onI lyNorth'ern' party "werecognise ; : ;>'Eurcrp8 or f. p' Pit oi'e1i. 'to, jjbUhea
,5w&I1." tion of a programme. is the Compromise Coustitution the former pracb :' ; that Ct ha't ri
Olnil, .toany foreign for the ere tioao. .

r .

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-v. ..
tft* id111Zt7tJJiccr"- THE LIST WciT!! >e iasifword Jp.'tie .. r.p..M41L flAlGE3IZ4"' : ;: :-BtrrtimGTO.r 11SJr'-' ;: .Jlo..t'.A.tb..IJ :,
B o s T cf H : t._) ;
.. Extract dangerous cf infernal machines. Hus 'it : ', 'LOUWA.TullE I mws tNsTrrVTIOi""'r7 J.JIa.stysa..L .
pas A HASC15CB.lP'l' POEM. band and wife should ft 6 morifi lihuo get it itfji"1MtmUUrefce:.8r <: "COTTN"1FACTOU... '. ; atod oa the Georgetown Heights: the *

*. than they would struggle for-'the possessionof &L and 4 P.Mon Sundays and Wednesfcys ''A- oN.U1. V". ; StJBSCniBEJtefl Informs the all pect from U embracing the city of Wttiortoa..
and will
be JL will be
closed hereafter on Monday. and.. public in general that thi House the Potomac for some mtfct and! u- towa of Alexandria.
a, lighted bomb-shell: Harried -. GESBlLU.COmnsSIO .. .. ;
there's I
Abov all other realms one op1eshonld.study Thundayalght at o'eloek.. ?.: '_ .- lete4l11d prepared for the reception of Boarders .-,It is designed to extend to a tattaf

Beginning where the Past begun, I each other's .weak points,' as The Southern and Western Mails are due on 'Corner. Ba#;and Jefferson StreeU 6,.,th* first day of. October:next.-having .IIba of Uy. U* benefit of s good practicalChristian

Which o'er the Present wide extend, I skaters look out for the weak parts of the Tuesday and Friday morniags by I .' : \ SAVANNAH G A.JOHS'BOSTOS. about five"hmndred feet Croat with pUzsas in front edacatio*. U seeks to combine UM.
in order The Southern Mail (bv Steamboat) will be ), and rear, making it as comfortable as ray house of
lIte, to keep off tfiem. Ladies, who vantages thorough ea .
Aad ending where the Fatare'ends for love should dosed enlt'U o'clkA.M.'mnd the ; :" JOHH H. crsaivOetoLcr in the Soath; and will be able,t. accommodate .the proper diseiplint .f a Christian boner .

Containing all that God has wrought, marry 'remember that the Western (by Stage) at 3 o'clock,P.JL,on Sun 30"1851. : '. ,, over one hundred and fifty persona. Ha would Tho next regular See* .t "gte.N. ;1..

boundless realm-the realm of thought union of angels) with women has been forbid Wednesdays. '. say more particularly to those visiting the South Parrots who fur say aut wWrt an.arUora That den since the flood/ The wife is the sun of 1and; Post Office will be open on Sunday K. 31. MOOIIE &rCO. for health,and the benefit of our delightful climate may eonier with tie Rector., AypQoaiiM
Sun of truth with"purest light, : HOUR after the arrival .. Bad their comfort and
Th the social system. Unless she attracts there and assorting he has an eye to especial for admission of pupils, or for fortaer iafonaaUvn
Or shades of error's blackest night, is nothing to keep heavy Wdih. &., bus- *f the Northern MiL,. tI IGENERALCOSSION has made his arrangements to make aO who may may be ad4ressed. '" .

heights 01 science mere innmc, lands I Octoberlst. 1851. HERCHANTS give him a can. comfortable and well cared(or. I .Rer.ANTHONY TEX BSOECi
The from AND '
flying into The wife who .
space. His table will be under the suycrinteadABce U. C.
Or shroud its vale iD deepest gloom! should properly'discharge her:'dutieS must I N. H. CORWIW &UO.'S : :FACTORS, MRS. YOCKO, a lady of touek experience. by Rmaxm-Th -Bishop- of a4HngU

Nor nnexplored those vallieB deep- never have a soul above trifles. Don't trust ORCHARD.Middletown whose aid he flatten himself ha shall net be out- Maryland.
Smelts' Dan Evans L. L. IL fttltlaore lloa.
( new Warehouse) ;
Nor unsurmollDted Is thai steep ; too much to good temper when you'pet into ; Orange county, 219 Bay-Strett- Satannah Ga. rivalled of this fact by any the House subscriber in the has South.determined And in view that E.F. Chamber Kent eo n'y, MA.;' Aaron O.

Undaunted spirit's,God-like men an argument. Sugar is the substance most New Yerk. his exertion to merit the parrooaRe which'shall Dayton Esq,Fourth Auditor .T the &,

With giant minds-far reaching ken, universally diffused through all natural pro- Fruits; Fntltaud Oraameutal TREES E-M-Moon, N'.)1. HAREIS. be bestow upon him,.shall be without regard to \Washington. Bevtrhont; Evan Thompson Ly u,*PUtsboro. Esq., Georgetown North Carolina -;

From rich and ever blooming fields, ducts. Let air married people take a bint Plant, Shrubbery. &e. Jfcc.f furnished to Oct. 23, 1851. tf. toil or expense. ; Ce 1. Miller Hollows, St. Mary's,' Georgia

where knowledge iweetest pleasure yields, from the provision of nature. Order. CO The TaUahasaee Stage Agency U at this _
Joseph S. Baker IlL D. House. .
Oct.27,1331. "'.
triumph e'er shall speed their way N'oTem r 13,1S31.Calvin; ll1wtf. '
their onward course will stay,
Jior once 18 1851.-6m. F&opRirroa. HODE.
in a sermon to his parishioners, repeated the oak AND SURGERY. Sept. !
summit gained, inspired -
mil highest quotation that "all flesh is grass." The Office on the corner of Market and forth I ,Cheap, Clothing
-each soul is fired and Machines f
With vigor new &ea-II ,
son Lent and few
a days Streets AND
"""" opposite tht Court House., II .
One mighty effort more to give, encountered Terence O'Collins, who appeared I HAS permanently located SIX MONTHS after date I will present ny ac Goods Store.

Amid those shining orbs to live; to have something on his mind. "The : Himself Jacksonville E.F. ::, JACKSONVILLE FLA.Get. : as the Administrator on the-Estate of Dry
He preparing to do all work in the ISunsmith 16, tf. Jonbua Hogana deceased, to the Hon. Judge of
shines OSE nods EAST.Or l.nJr&G,1t1t BAT'
To dwell where e'er in glory top of the morn l to yet riverence,? said .. line, both in Repairing and Manufacturing. He Probate for Columbia county, and ask for a final STMCT

The brightest stars of LEADISO MI.VDS! Terence, "did I fairly understand your river- has a new process of RIFLEING, which far surpasses Hoarding., settlement and allowance of the same,and of my jACKftosviLU rta.

There poet-constellations shine ence to say all flesh is grass last Sunday1""To the usual method. Those wishing can SUBSRIBER is I discharge from the. administration of said ertate. HAS jaxt received his Fall Stock Faatona.
have them made to order. AH TIE prepared to accommo- ESTHER HOGA 8. Clothing and Dry Goods of all deoarip
In concord sweet their souls combine, be surelyou did" replied the Bishop, Gnnsmithing entrusted to lila care Machinery will receive and a number of Boarders at his recently Administrator.Alligator I.: tions, which he is prepared to sell oa rtawaabW
music flow "and you're a heretic if doubt it." Oh erected yes Hence in the Northwest part of the S51. terms for CASH. He mention as ia part of hi*
And strains-el spherey you prompt attention. He hopes by e ese applicationto town,the I< ration of which is known to be i ,Oct. 2, 6m. I '
not the bit do I doubt river- business to merit share of highly stockA .
Whene'er those stars in beauty glow any thing your a public patronage. faAorable t< health and comfort rom its elevation of liens and

Oft-times the shades of error's night, ence says," paid the wily Terence; "but if Ja.ckonr Nov. 13. 1851. tf. The HOUi E is just completed; the sleeping and JacksoiiTilleFemale Institute.MISS i Ready quantity Made Clolki.sCali.e Sow.
your riverence plaze, wish to know whether other apart rents being spacious and well finished
Eclipse the sun of truthful light; in this Lent time I could not be after baying Groceries Groceries as it respecf s plastering &e. P. S1VART. IXSTHT7CTUBSS. I I *. Ginghams, Cottons,
Oft-times bewild'ring voices call, The fun tare of the House is also Cloth, Cataumem If
RECEIVED Sch'r entirely new,
a small piece of bafe by of a saladSltarpe'l !" JUST per MelS direct
enthrall. way being just eccived from New York.
And mary wilds the mind New York a In!land llted assortment :I VeitingsMens .
nnllE eXercises of this Institution wilibere-
How welcome then those leading stars, :Mag. of GROCERIES,adapted expressly for Arrange with lent have been made to supply the table JL nurned on THE FIRST MONDAY IN : And Bop Hat,Cops Boots and Sheet.
family use, consisting in part of t New York City a pie and excellent fare, and good setYanlahaTI i I Together with of
.4 dl ar* OCTOBER. The course of Instruction ia this j variety
\VTiuac guiding y* > ; 'What business been j
was your father! said aq eared Hams, Shoulders and Bacon, Mesa employed attend to the corn- I
beams life Sde. fort-of: its.I school u designed tor be thoronjrh systematic,ail i FANCY ARTICLES.
new impart
Whose cheering Fulton Market Beef rm
to modest .
imperious a Lieu '
With real unyielding fire the heart. looking Pork Smoked Selmon Beef,Bologne shall e steno pains to render- my House all extensive, embracing the lower and higher branches i Ha respectfully invite* a call l from Town and

tanant Tonge. ], Codfish, aD Potatoes Sugar respects pleasant to.those who make it their home, of an English Education, together with the I Country customers, and assarts them that forebeapoe.s
If in that boundless realm of thoughtThe A tobacconist sir.1 Lemon Boston, and ,Biscuits and respectfully invite call from citizens who French language Drawing and Painting. and good quality bu good are EHJOTpasard. .

Right owns heroes Wrong lacks not; 'What a pity he did not make you one. Smoked 8d., Abernethy Batter, wish permanent Board or strangers who may sojourn Miss will S. having had much best experience available in teaching Apply al the sign of,tho (_ '. Rdfay.
endeavor to the
La bring meansinto :
But giant spirits armed for ill, 'Possibly, sir, and now will you allow me Lard, Catnips, Preserves and.ict.Dried months.ia our hospitable clime daring W. D. the WARD.N. winter. requisition to promote the welfare of her Pu- I ._Oct.30, 1851. tt
Green Dried Peaches
evil oft fulfill to ask questiont''Certainly. ApIes, selectionand pus both moral and iatelleetiuL And that they Iu KaaUri
a the
Their purpose ; you of Refined &s. B. I have since the erection of House Clrcvlt Court or Fl ,
Stua' my realise the of the
extent offered
What is it.! Cads. may advantages I County of' DavaJ.
webs of
And glittering error weave The undersigned also r cfuly infor furnished it with a convenient Bath.Establlsh- it w desirable that those who intend enterin this
That oft the youthful mind deceive 'What was: your father his old customers and the public 1 genera thai ment which is always copiously supplied with Institution, should do t
Such minds no fixed orbit know, 'A gentleman, sir.. I he has on hand in addition to the abov. water and the necessary conveniences for bathing. the opening of the School. Petitioners j I Mlro. of Movtvs. --

'Well then, all I have to is that irs A FULL (AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULLY I should add also that my house ia a regular The Scholastic year is designed to ednaist of. gg g* on Personal
awhile say Jacob Cole DefendanUgP 1
Though meteor-like they glow ; stopping-place for the Stage to anti from property.
I SELECTED) DRY GOODS four Sessions,of tier en iw.; each, and no Pupil
deuced he '
Their brilliant race1,and baneful fire a pity didn't make you one. STOCK Middle Florida, being upon one of the principle can be received forfct tirnr thin one Serf ion. nor ( WT appearing t.. "Xtbfaetion of t..COu
'It is needless to remark that the Colonel of almost every quality and name suited for the streets leading immediately! to the Western can deduction be mukfor absence, incases JL that the saK"tfendnt reeides without the

In deepest darkness endexpire.Tho' turned the right-and left. I SOUTHERN URKE road. W. I). W. any of protracted ilhtess.COURSE cicej :. tate of Florida, tv wit: in the State or California. -

Right and Wrong fierce contests wage- His stock consists of a well selected assortment Jacksonville, Oct. ', I8I tf. OSTCllY.. Tlwrtfo-e on motion of MeHobert k.r.

In mental warfare oft of Staple Dry and Fancy Goods Ready : lsn-, Attorney for the petitioners
engage ,
ARRIVALS AT BUFFI.VGTO.V HOUSE Mae 1st CtA&a. Defining : IT IS ORDERED that the said defendant :'
i Notice to Passengers. Spelling, Rending, Writing, : ,
Hardware. with
I Clothing, Cutlery, together
e'er shall be the right .
Triumphant CoL. BUH- ,and Arithmetic session - 4 00 appear and answer the said petition within the
lighi [ S. STOX, Proprietor.] kery,Glassware;Boots and Shoes,HaUand Caps, FROM SAVANNAh TO PAX.ATKA. jier 1
Undimn'd the rays of truth's pure I Nov 3d, Irwin Drysdale. St Augustine. 5th, Saddlery; in short every variety of Good usually Via Darien, Brunswick, S'r.ltlary's Jacksonville ; 2nd CLASS. Exercises In Composition, Arithmetic time prescribed will be rendered by law, or judgement him. by default -

G M C.oswe1l, Wattling'on; Col E D Tracy, i I kept in a Dry Goods Store. Slack Creek, and Ptcnlata. I Geography, Grammar, the Elements of It is farther ordered against that a of this order
SPRINGS K. Nassau, Ha Mr Jones St Augustine Wm D All taken in History, &c., per session - - |3 00 copy
WHITE FLA. I ; ; I kind of countr produce exchange TO LEAVE THURSDAY,2\D OCT.,AT 4 O'CLOCK P.sr.J } i l. imbluhed in some newspaper ntMhhed in thio
Allen, do. 3rd CLAM. Arithmetic
for Goods, at highest market pnces. GOOgnl.hy\ndentan.lll i I Circuit once every.two we ks for four nxmtk*.
7th P Demerc. Ga Col 11 T Titus FIll D 11 TIIE new ant superior fast steam! Modern History ural >
1Ipanbh uu..l account of the KIlled and ; ; AU the Goods will be Poll reasonable N- l.eeta&1 t munths THO. DOUGLAS, Judge fc*.
upon very
Wounded In the Cuba Affair belonging Tub, Bremen; W BEcker, DarienW H Akin term would do well to call and examine ._ packet MAGNOLIA, P. McNELTV, )t Philosophy Rhetoric, &c., per station $6 DO i iAn :: Jacksonville, August 3, 1851. 4m.Iu ..
to the Spanish force. and Lady, N Y;James Kochford, JOhn Tome, do; f Cceomerl before purchasing elsewhere Master, will leave as above and con- j. additional cliarg will be resale fur the ;!
Mrs A S Bursker Walter Stephen Mr Rod tinue to leave THURSDAY. Returning.will >
; he assured that every French IJrawing and Painting. the Eastern Circuit Court for Cofwoo*
Bruited being fully none
Rank. Killed. Wounded. man,do A C Anderson Mr Rice Miss Savannah. wi go away unsuited leave Palatka Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, the
I ; Rice M regards the good and a,ke every To meet the contingent expenses of teacher ., bin County.IN .
Lieut. Gen. 1 I Moses Springsted, N Y. for them. MORRIS prices KEIL. ( and leave Jacksonville same evening at 9 o'clock. the school &.1.., it u desiml-U that paym utlw CHANCERY.

Colonel I I r 8th, J E Johnson,Ga: J H Bunnel, i Y; T E i l Corner Ocean & St. I For freight or passage, having splendid accommodations made before the clcc of the Session,fur which ,
lit Com. of In. I I i Buckman, Geo Bryan,J C Dexter Fla. :I Jacksonville Nov. IS, 1S51. tf. state rooms &c, apply on board or the Pupil is entered. ',* Sarah Edwards, } _
Captain 6 6 9th, E O Nutter and Lady, Ga; 0 H Gadsden I to FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & CO., Applications for aJmi-on may be made to vs. V Bill for Divert

Lieutenants 1 2 3 James GadsKlen, Jr.. Ha; lararnie Godelba ee. I Tax Agents at Jacksonville, or Mes-ra. J M Daniel A M RwM, LIt H D Holland f( Mows G. E.lwardi5TT -
Sub. Lieut 1 6 1 8 South America S C Curtin A J Sicuat, S C; J Colecor's Sale. :M.; A COHEN,Agent at Savannah. Rev I Swart or to the 'reacher, htrstlfJacksonville appearing to the satisfaction of this Coar*

Sergeants 2 5 7 Stewart Va: John Cureton, Fla. BY VRTIE power vested in me by $3- Freight payable by shippers. !I Sept. 11, 1351. tf. '; fl. that the Defendant,M
Dorporals 6 9 1 16 llth, Mr Clark Mr Richardson, Col }Mitchell expose for sale before the Court Oct. I, oct.-!?. tf. j beyond the limits of the Stite of Florida;
Crummer and Ha House door in the town of -- --- On motion of Solicitor for Complainant It I*

Trumpeters 1 3 4 I of fluval,on the first Monday Jackso\ie.county Notice. : Sheriff's Sale. ordered, that the said Defendant apprtr, plead.

&Ljiers 58 13-1 6 193 ARRIVALS PER STEAMER.Br between the hours of sale, the fallowing 52 i answer, or demn-, to the said Bill within three
lea PuWribcM to the building fund of St. t \\'ILLupo to sale to the highest bidder in ;
ALL I (3)months or the same win be taken as fonffsaod-
scriBed property so much thereof a will pay Church. Jacksonville who enti. front of the Court House door. the town of ::
"IT i668 I \\.ELAKA-\lrs Armstrong J L Branch, are > in
245 : the State Taxes And that a of this order be paL i
copy *
County due thereon for the '
K Dukes. E Monroe Wanaslev I and Lady. and tied to shares in aid Church are requested to Jacksonville, Dovol county, on the first Monday dome public of the Eastern Circuit of
year 1351, wt: In Hundred and Twenty- their vouchers to Dr. A. S. in nest at tho u.-oial hours of sale the !I newspaper .
National IntelligencertmWisbes Mrs Dae, Mrs Marcher and 2 sons. E A Fretwell present Baldwin September Florida for the space of three months.THO. .
Washington I Miss Morton, Miss J Gammon Miss S J Gammon eight Acres ld. lying and "being in surer of the Building Committee, by and following property to wit; That certain half lot. | DOUGLAS.J .
a full list of the awards Amerian : ,Miss Howell Mrs E W DankncyMrs Fret- the Swamp of Pottsburg Creek, and i! the 15th of November next, and all persons Trea-j piece or parcel of.bnd. situate lying, and being .I, i_ s. A true odge. -

< exhibitors at the World's Fair. Theyare well and daug t r-interior. J S Johnson, J JWillis numbered as Section Ffty-one upon the Plat of ing accounts against said Church for in the town of Jacksonville, Duvof county,and' copy. : .

in number besides about 50 of whom G W Frost, J II Bunnells, G S Roux Township Three South, Range Twenty-seven labour, &c., will also present them as above State of Florida and known and described on the I j! S.SCAEBOROCOH, Clerk.
105 E&st. in the Office of the General of
Surveyor A. S. BALDWIN of said town the west half of lot j
In the second Mr Garmeny, Mrs Langel, I deik-Jac onv lle. fied. epeci.1 plan or map as July 31.1831.State .
honorable mention is made. Florjda. Said Ld being owned by the heirs of Treas'. Buil'g number five, in square number ten,together with ;. .
that E. T. HERIOT has a Br THE ST.MATTHEWS.-Wm A SSpeer, ?r., Francis owner unknown.
observe St. Johns Church. all and singular the teQcmenUhereditramenU f
-elans: we 1 I of Florida, Sowtkcai Ctrtmlt, XOM
Alexander ,Sr. Alexander.s URIAH
Speer ,,
Carolina Rice and that in peer BOWDEN Oct. appurtenances thereto belon tn for ,
prize medal A Speer, Jr., John peer. Sr., John Speer Sr., I Tax AasV & Col'r. D.co. 4'I I appertaining. Property set forth in mortgageand I 1 roe comnty.
the fourth class, .prize medals have been I. Jlckson.Speer,Alfred Welbonrn Peter Martin, Jacksonville Fla. Nov. 6,1251. 12-td- !
For Sale. : will be sold to satiety a judgment of foreclosure i, Edwin O. Gnynn,
WADE H.AMPTOV.. SEABROOE, WillIam DcMfcrtin, Frank Hill, Dr Win D Kins ,r
awarded to r I against Elisha Hall and Elizabeth Hall uu wife, : vs. \
let Geo Rogers, B A Jeter, S A Jeter,J B Jeter, likely negro woman and child ; the woman
J. POPE, S. BOND G. L. HOLMES, R. Eight Sections of Land A is a good cook, washer and ironer; 23 years in favor of George JJurt. i Ann E. Gnynn -
G'M ,Williams 0 II Gadsden James Gadsden, I
J. V. JO.NEN W. W. MCLEOD B. MERRI- Jr., Mr Walker,Miss Frasier, Joseph Hull Thos On tlic Santa Fee Rier. /ac\u County, of age. Also, a likely boy about 10 and a girl I By T.JOHN N. McCORMICK G. SMITH, Sheriff., Dpi. S'ff. .!BILL ix CIUXCTST rot. Drvosar, OIBZ afClLUIBXKS.

WITHER and J. NAYLOR for Cotton, and Yale, Jno Ford,Lewis F Ronx J A Burr, Joseph [East Florida. about 8 years of age. The said negroes'are I July 24. 1m I .
honorable mention made of TRCESDALE JACOBS Fitzpatrick, J Garmeny, Mrs Nutter E 0 Nat ] hea.lbyand fold flU' no fault the owner wishing I appearing to the satisfaction of the Covt.

& Co. for specimens of the' same sta ter, M. D., 1 V Garnie and 4 deck. To be Sold at Public Sale. to purchase town property in lieu of them. Term I The above sale is postponed until the first day I: IT that the aid bill ha been filed and by da*
;reasonable, apply at this office. of December next. ,proof that the said Ann E. Guyna reside oak of
N obedience to An act of the first General Assembly t Oct. 2 l.j L tf. I
pIe. : ; this State,to wit: at Spanish Wells ODe of the
_ _. MARINE NCWS.t I Chapter 60,and "under the direction FOR SALE! i I Bahama IsLuuU; it is ordered that the said Ana

The New Orleans Delta states that w thin I of the Governor," I will offer at public sale forc TlEW FALL GOODS. Two Story Dwelling House, I E. Gnrna appear, and plead answer AT defend
OF'JACKSONVILLE.'Arrived. in the of XewnntwviUe,Alachua eouu- I i
I PORT t"WI A I against said bill,on or before the XoDda'ia.I
the three las-t weeks of October nearly nine- I Tuesday, the 23d day of December next 11;, jast complete.!, conveniently I I 2v renter next. In default of wbieb 1I&-,
tit thousand bales of cotton have been sokl : 1 the following tracts of land to wit I Tie S. G. W. BARTOV. > arranged for a urge family, with all ance,the said bin will be taken fro cw/nwagainrt-

in that citr most of which is for shipment t section 7t the W. hf.: of section 8, !:of so returned from the North with nvcffeary ont buii.lings, in a Jleut t I her,provided that a copy of this order be published
Oct. 29.-British brig Mountaineer, Hull,N Y. i tioa 17, :.hr. of section 16, sections 19, ),21, HAVING ant part of the Town of Jacksonville. Attachedto in come public of this State lor
to Europe. 4 Schr Splendid. Tune! St An" tine.I and splendid assortment ofP4NCY4STAPLEDRYGOODS I! the premises b a veqetal garden,and a Wellpof newspaper
five thousand ciaeI
to and
: aridazUtttitg the of six.months,fctlsre the said&Monday
-I -
_ 0 .
Nov. 4thBrig Sabio Sawyer, do excellent water. Titles undisputabic.ALSO
I ty-scvcn 63-100 ucree.I I I !.. a November, or provided that if a copy of
CINCINNATI, Nor. 4. I Schr Schr Sarah Shaw. N Y.do I The above land were selected under the Act ofCongress I chiefly purchased at auction aad from flirt bind,'j I gatd bill, and of this order shall be personally
8th. Heath
In Judse MCLEAN'S charge to the Grand 10th.-Schr HarWnger.Melro, More N Y. '. of the 3d Irch. 1SI3,entitled "An act ;: would respectfully call the 'attention of the citizens f A likely young negro wom&n of good character, i served upon delivered to her,then she u hereby

of Cincinnati relative to the Cuban invasion -Schr Amanda Clifford, Ball. N Y. I supplemental to the the admission of FIoriii of JacKsonville and the vicinity, and invite !I a goud.cook, wocLer, and ironer. I ordered to appear and plead answer, or defendagainatsaid
Jury I aii'l Iowa into the Union and for other purposes them to call and examine hu goods before 4 ALSO l bill on the first rule day after three
to have asserted that Brig Rainbow, Stackpole! N Y.llth .
he is "
reported and are as mostly ham pureha.1 ColumbIa Fla..j months after the said service or deaverrrin default
.-BrigF owl rd. Watts,N Y. I represented "ricl sing elsewhere as be flatters him.elf that A valuable plantation in county t
there never was an invasion among civilized Brig John Guttenburg Hill Boston mock" and "first rate pine" and ctat fromNewnansville be able to sell many of hU goods cheaper than I Containing four hundred and forty-eight acres first I whereof, the said bill wtff be taken pro mftttv

nations more atrocious or less accountable.The I the County town, miles. ever before offered, and now forBargains I rate cotton lands, t8setherwith the valuable improvements -' against her at last mentioned rule day.
steamship Ohio arrived at New York, Cleared. They will beS1 in the usual sectional subdivisions ther on. JOS.B LANCASTER
Oct 23th. Schr Marsh t for of satisfying the claims : Judge, Southern Circuit l
Havana the Joseph Rogers X Y. purpose ALSO ,
reports the Prometheus at on against the TaiLhassee! Fund. Black Italian -. I I I State of Florida t
Schr P-ilos. Baillett Y. [Capitol] His Stock consists in part of Super The lands in Marion ounty. Fla. to
31st ult. She put in short of coal. 29th.-Brig Rufus Sonic Colson, N Y. ''f \VJ1. K. HAYWARD, Dress Silk, DC Lames of all prices, Plain and wit: One following Plantation containing hundred and 1 i I Key West, April 3, 18SLt -

The Ohio's newsis four days later from I Brig Mary Ann, Means Borton. I Tre: &Ex. Off. Comm. of Tallahassee Fund. Figured Cashmeres, Parametto Cloths, French forty acres well improved-. one containing five 1 t CERTIFY the above to-be true copy from

California. WELLES & Co., Bankers have 3Kh.-Sch Madagascar, Bonsey.N Y.Nov. ovemLr 4 I5l. nov.l3-td. Mermoes, AJapaca Lustres, Ginghams Col'd and hundred and fifty-six acres with improvements, !I the original now on file in my office.

failed. The Ohio brought 30,000 dollars in 1st.-Sch Splendid. Tnnnell, ST Y. I Fig'd Swiss M.wmsl'lain and Fig'd swiss Cam and one other containing one hundred and fifty- J. M.BKACEWELL,

considerable in the hands of 4th.-Sch Seiota, McFarland N Y. Notice. brics, Jaconetts. Check Cambric, Muslin Robes nine acres, well improved,-price reasonable and I Clerk.M. C.C.
and .
specie pas Muslins Calicoes French HairCloth
Sch Sarab,haw, Matanzas.8lh. Worked Curtain ,
I 'MONTHS after date I shall present ay accounts Skirts corded Skirta, &c., &e., and accommodating. Key West. April 3. 1851. jaly6m"
eengers. -Brig Saginaw N Y.STATE S Super I Apply by letter, yottvaid or in person, to,
_ _ and vouchers as the Jm.iuatrator of
-a- ,_. ". _..- : I a largo assortment of Woolen Shawls, Scarfj :. SPENCErl In Circuit Court-Eastern Clr-
--- -- the tstat of John G. d>
Ziriax The trial of Robert Morris, engaged in the 6e. June 19 '1. Iawtf.
Jacksonville ,
OF FLORIDA. Monroe county, to the Hon. Judge of Probate of I i i cnit of
Shadraeb rescue case, commenced at Bostonon Monroe county and bhall at same time apply to ALSO Ii Cnacczix.
| .
Proclamation for .
a Day of Thanksgiving Super French Elk Broad Cloth. Fancy '
alt Court for from Adminitfra- N'otice.I
the 31st and Praise lid a discharge said **ta CU'i-1 WilliamdkiDi" >

Robert Morris, the colored lawyer, was ton of Rid estate. merea.Black and FancYl1nd Fancy bilk plain Vesting KentuckyJeans, White, I terms of the Statute in such eases : vs. > Bill for Divorce.,

put on trial in the District Court, for aiding. BY THOMAS BROW, .. persons interested are desired to take notice. Yellow Flannels, Colored Sack Flanncls White I WITHIN and provid d. 1 will apply to tho Mffly Adkins )

Jndge Curtis refused a motion of the de Governor of said Slate. NICHOLAS SMITH,Admr. Angola Flannel, Colored and White Canton Flannels lIon. Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court

fendant's counsel! to have the case tried in for the better observance of Key West, Nov. 13, I5I. 6m. &e.,&c. Circuit of Florida, for leave to sell the land be J. that the defendant,Mflly Adkins resides, beyond
Estate of William 'Uttlate of .
'ITHEREAS longing the the limits of the State of .ao that
Circuit Court. Morris is defended by J. r and pious custom it has been JVoiice.ALL ,
the Fancy Goods : Columbia county,duceasi'd. the ordinary proceeds can not be served upon hen: -
P. Hale, and R. H. Dana; and for the Government suggested to me by the public functionaries of PERSON any demands against Indies Super Blk and Col'd Silk Mantillas i W. W.SCOTT, Admr. On motion of Joan C. Hately Esq, Solicitor for
of the sirter members ,
there are District Attorney Lunt, several cf the Confederacy estate of William Vinzant late of Columbia Lace Veils, White and Col'd Sun Bonnets,Laces, By SMITH O' HIES. complainant.It .
that the last in the month of November
Lord.R. Thursday county, deceased, are hereby requested to Ribbon, Z hyr Worsteds, &c. ts., togetherwith HU Attorney's. is Ordered that a hearing be had to the facto
G. N. .
be annually apart as a Day of present them duly Authenticated within the time large assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Cotton I Alligator, Sept. 6, IS1. 11tf. charged in the complainant' Bill at.th. nexV
H. Dana, entered a plea in bar"of action Thanksgiving.. and Prayer, "when the eatire prescribed by law or they will be barred, and all and Woolen Shirts and Drawer, Fine I term of the Circuit Court to beholden Bi and for

on account of errors in the indictment, "nation under th, call of their renwctive executive persons to said estate are requested to lin and Col'd Chintz Shirts, Marseilles and Notice. county of Alachua, at NewnansviQe on the sea-

which, after argument, was ruled out and authorities, may assemble in their make immediate payment to the undersigned.JAMES Counterpaines, together with a large S AhU-I' ond Monday in December next Provided,that e
several places of worship and with united MONTHS after date I will
( of Bleached and Brown Sheetings and SIS. prcscnLthel1e- copy of this order be published as the law dirocU
the trial proceeded with.A hearts and\voices give thanks to Aunoirrr Vl'ZA Td. of vouchers of Scott deceased '
William -
Alligator, Nov. 13, IsCl. also, 12J wide Bleached Sheeting, and domestic I for the space of three months.
GOD for tnc many plessings UE has conferred 3.I of description. Administrator of the Estate of Ilkkman THOMAS DOUGLAS JmdgeJt* .
private despatch received in Charleston upon us as a nation and a People, and that Notice. goods every King deceased the Bon Judge of Probates of A true copy; Test.SAMCZI..

dated Mobile, 1st ult., states that th.e yellow with humble and contrite spirits we may invoke I CARPETIXG8, &o. Alachna county and to be discharged from further .\V. BCMKTT Clerk.
there. Cot- HIM for a continuance that BEAVEI- I T1HE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co Ingrain, Entry and Stair Carpeting. CarpetBags administration of said estate Newnansville. Sept. ]. l8l. lt-3m.
fever w\ prevalent Middling LY INFLVE>CE in our behalf, without which .1. partnership for the Practice of Medicine, Boots, Shoes. and 1'mbre.llas Ready Made W. W. SCOTf,Admrof the

ton was worth 7 1-2 cents. Freights for our Independence would not have been&chie- respectfully their professional series to the Clothing to., &c. Estate of Wm. Scott deceased.By .ACaId.

Liverpool were quoted at a half-penny. ved-th! Union of these States preserved nor citael of Jacksonville and its JE IVELRY SMITH & O'BKIEN, hu_ tty'. 1 rTlHE Subscriber having leased the weBfcnowaJL
the blessings arising from religions toleration J. S. MURDOJK, M. D. :Watches Newnansville, Sept. 8 18)1.: ( house formerly kept by Mr. John Clark.
Lever and Silver ,Gold
FROM HOiDUI.U.-Files of the Honduras "enjoyed throughout vast expanse of this R. P. DANIEL, M. D. Patent Lepine Studs Wrist lI6m.I I takes this method of informing the citizens of

Watchman to Sept. 27, have been- received "mighty Nation Office on the corner directly House.North of th Buffing- Pins Ear-rings, Gold,Breastpins Pens, together finger with Rings a large assortmentof SAML1IOYTk' C o ., I I1JmAL i Jacksonville and vicinity,that be i*now ready 5.serve .-
Now, therefore, I, THOMAS BROWS Governor con refreshments at any hour of the day from 7
at New York. of the State of Florida do accordingly appointand I Oct. 30, 1S51. 3m.. fine Gilt and Silvered Jewelry Silver Thimbles o'clock in the morning until.10 at night ; he con
with Silver Table Tea I
The paper of the latter date mentions a Proclaim, Th rtdaii, the 27th day of.Novem: to.,te.:together Knives Cutter Knives &c. to. t COMISID MEHtUm famish Lunch at the shortest notice,viit Cold
bad taken forcible ber of Public SheiiflPs Sale. Spoons feet Tripe Shr7m .
report that Yucatan possession next-as a day Thanksgiving and Ham Beef Tomrae,Pigs

of the island of Ambergris, hoisted Pra leand I do invite the good People of this J WILL expose to sale in front of the Cu.. &c.Country Merchant wou.d do well to call and In The 'Bay-ins And gelling! Of Sardines Fish &e.; he has had his Li State, on that day gnependurg their usual avocations -. I House in the town of Jacksonville, on "be Wines selected by good judges in New York;aad
the sold
the Mexican flag and stationed there 250 examine Stock as goods wijl 'to
my -
them and
10 assemble In their respective places of in December between the usual paid the highest price for ,
I Monday next in Savannah.The
them can buy
troo. S. public worship and,humbly acknowledging that as cheap as they I IMPLEMENTS AND .and Liquocoof tb* InC quality t also Fogicr -_
hours of sale, the following described property,to Subscriber thankful to the public for the I .
The Watchman adds that the island wash Infinite Goodness and Mercy which has crownedthe that tract situate, lying, and being on heretofore bestowed upon him,hopes by rACHINER \ and Ale. Gentlemen win please call and jn' ** -
the hands of British settlers, and has been. closing year with so many blessings, entreat.in .it a branch,in Duval county, strict attention to business to merit a continuanceof ALSO for themselves and speak of me as they fadNo W *"
Foridj au'two Ik-
1 I all who
of ourselves this will be to please may .
behalf and wide-spread Republic pains spared
considered for miles north of Julington the same. U. W. BARTON. .I
ElIgli.t-'prop.rty twenty years ,a continuance of the same and the forbearance Southeast West cek lands buded Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Ensopns, \01'm.will a calL; &TYLELJacksonville .
North and by. 25 1951. 3m.
The Queen1 supenntendant had proceeded and forgiveness of ALMIGHTY GOD through JESUS belonging the estate of Frederick Hartly formerly,dec., Sept. Cohtgen Cullinand Bolting Cloths. Also, every Oct.2, 1851._tf,;

to the island ascertain particulars. If the CHaleT who for our many individual and national and lands belonging t N the United kind of produce North and South and CASH paid "

report should prove true no dout England sins is most justly displeased t That He States, and the t ataiell&y. for Wool Hides, Deer Skins, and Shipping t urs.SAML For Sale. ,

will promptly manifest her sense of the would be pleased to awaken in our hearts a devout dec. ; said tract containing etat three Sumerl f. E. L. HARBISON,.& CO. HOYT. ILVMPTON L. BILBO. AGOOD second hand ROLLER GINA *
contrition, especially for the sin of Ingratitude, less together with all I with an excellent sot riJuriaa
her. acres more or ; I
done the
wrong to whereby we havebeen so insensible to the rich blessings improvements ty.fo thereon erected; and will be sold ON BAY STREET, FRONTING LED-- References:. ge", counting of a very good ehain.'

by which He has distinguished us over every to satisfy &execution in favor of C. S. Emor wrrirs'BRICK BUILDIXG. Ztetsn. A:oE1tllO"C& Co. FKAXXUX It BRAVT- wheel for same with frame and a-raaOfr-
SHOCKING MUI.Du.-The other People and have nurtured the bitterfruits and E. Read, Adm'z, of es JACKSONVILLE FI.OUIDA. with east iron cogs and shaft for-winflqr -
& k
WEBSTER Swrrt Dr\5tow
Fayetteville of pride,contumacy,eeloshness and contention Ad. Rebcc LET, whipper. ,The whole ia god eedsr-UfiS,ol4
Observer the 21st inst. The Rev. dee. Co., Savannah,'G.a-j Wx. P; ) & Co.,
says:- from the constant dews of his unwearied Love set forth in Mortgage.JOHN -confUtE cheap. For terms, acoly to
Property New York IlrccLU N uu. Mason&Co., Boa- ,
Robert McNabb.of Carthage, Moore county, and Goodness I That while in His most undeserved G. SMITH, Sheri .SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform .; JSlcROBEltTBAJtER.
\ F. B. LOOMIS N.w'LoodOll.
"N. C., was cruelly murdered on Friday night Mercy, lie has been pleased to assuage the T. N. MCCORMICK, Dep. Sh'ff. D. their friends and acquaintances that they Ct.ton, H.&SMcCons.; ESQ., Wikaiagtoa L.'iQ. DeL Auy.JackIoa..ur.E3.1S51. -" FJa.Sept. -
; *.. _
violence of sectional ,He would the mercantile .
in his 'ard.V learn controversy awaken Oct. 30, 18.)1. td. have established themselves in IS51. 4-tf
Jart own ) e verbally, Savannah, August 2Slh sept.
in the whole American People an ingenuous business in this,place and are now receiving and *
that a neighbor sat with him till 9 o'clock sorrow and shame that'contention should ever Notice. opening at the stand above named, a full aaaottment. i7OldMefal' Wanted.PREPARATORY ; .

in the evening, after which Mr. McNabb have arisen betweenthe members of our highly .consisting of Dry Goods p Fancy Articles GREAT BARGAINS I r to comoictKdsg 1 operatioM' .

took his pipe and went into the garden to favored family of States graciously bestow upon SIX MONTHS after date the undersigned ad- Groceries, Hardware,Boots..Shoes, Hats, Cap. mIlE Subscriber wishing devoU*his atten <..iin my Machine Manufiwtory.l wIsh to
all a disposition to Justice, Liberality aad For- of the Estate Thomas Jones, Bonnets, &c. to., with every variety of rood, JL,.tip utllU ftly to huprofcesion- offers'for smaQ p- ''.
smoke before for the He did ehaaejbt large or qusntit1e'oWoaC.pp. .
retiring night. bearanoe.1O much in harmony with the, Divine deceased- late"bf.AJ hua county State of Florida usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. which sale on ttftommodatwf terms, his lands' and lots for vhiea. iriniMrivt.: '*'
not retain, and his body was not found till dealing towards as as a People; and that he would will exhibit his account and vouchers before they .offer. for sale a* cheap as they can be adjoining the town Jacksonville with all their I or Brass. ; CMKt G.EORm MOONETJackouvineE.F

the following morning at 10 o'clock, when, also be pleased to hasten the time when the whole the Honorable Judge of Probate for said county purchased at any establishment In the Southern improvements There are on' they land two I May 12.1831. I54f-.

by following the marks of blood from the human race shall become the happy recipients) of! and pray for a final- settlement' discharge from" country; their entire stock having been -selected strong CbaiybcitaSprings which yielda copiousdeposite r -- -. .'. -.
up the same great measure of temporal and sptiltoa! the said estAte. by one of the firm with much care and attentionand of hydrated peroxide of iron.. 'They are ,
garden, it was discovered in the woods some blessings which has been meted out to us., Wm. II. WARD,Admr. with a view particularly to this market,they assimilated in their oaedieinal properties to the Notice. aIX
350 c1 the bead By J.C. HATELY,his Atty. will be enabled, to 'and and MONTHS aflt/4te.
yards distant horribly gashed, Li TCSTUCOVT WHEHXOF I have hereunto flatter themselves that they, Brighton Turnbridge springs of England I shall-pnaanl my
nearry severed from the body, with deep hand Oct. 30,1851., 6uu give entire satislaotion to ail who may favor them. the liulston and Bedford springs of this'country. K7 accounts and vouchers to the ft1tJ.CIIiIIf.C>
set and be _
wounds in the my caused ,to with their patronage, both of to the. prices and Alsoaepring of the coolest commonwater to be Probate, Cofamoia county; for a flpI'. _. .
side. Three of bis own ne- [L. S.] affixed the Great Seal of the State Wanted.A iualityof.their goods. : -. '. found iu this section of country; a brick yard meat as the Admlnijtrator of tin-Estate of 5fo l"

groeB were arrested, of whom two men are of Florida at the Capitol in Talla- SITUATION, as Teachers/by the tmdef- The Subscribers_will .constantly receiving with one of Hall's patent machine ready for operation Rauliso.dcec.. 4.s'. "jo .:
now in jail, without any positive testimony : bassee. this 21st day of October, A., signed and Lady-both of whom are Georgian seek additions to their Stock as the state,of -tha only one in this vicinity.where.the > WLL1.L'11UULJSOY.,
against them; bat some suspicions'circam-: D. 1351.THOMAS *by,birth and education." They have the advantage the market may'require, and having made arrangements demand for bricks is great and rapidly''increasing -..Ad&14r.Alligatpv ...
tances, aocb as that BROWN" i>f two year experience in the, business ia New York, orders canixj supplied ,-AUo a framed k&chenltable. mad carriage Apr.28.'1851.Notice.. '
long knife and some B/the Governor t GavenorofJb.ida. bonsai and a t"o fitted lor .
aud can give satisfactory reference as to ability at the shortest possible notice. story dwe)1ing..hoIue. "
etotlunj known to belong to one of them, Auat' qualification, to. A female Academy in -some Rides Tallow Beeswax and Bttcf house, ,will twelve rooms,nearly completed,' Aim numberof .' ; -

rannot be found. It is supposed that the : C..w. DOWNING not'Lt 8c'yof State.- thriving village of, Florida would be preferred; he received In exchange for goods.c 1 eligible building sltesand garden lots within a rI1h1 Sabseriber wm"U five" or six .mere
obJect of the murder was robbery, as Mr. October 23, 1S5L- bnt,if this cannot"bo had the mroEBsrcueo would., Fr ndt and customers are respectfully solicitedto mile of the Market' hout' :uasurpaswa" by any 'latlm ..a'rS6a'fcfet-\ lbMMu all be epmJbttaUe.>

McNabb wu to hue I take charge of a male school. :or. -caQ and examine this, stock before pniehasinfr. vicinity., ,- .'" IUs Table siiljl Inferior.onofor aM'.
.kopwb .bad about JOB pnI5T1S0i E. L. HARRISON. .r.orfl1rthp.ru JaruppJ..1'to ..
*aMeatGrenvil-. elsewhere.. nd every aUeotlon-ptud to .. *adhertthof
tOO JJ1' his pocket, which ha not been (t A T /T' EXECUTED .AT dlr4b Jon.w. sUClC.. : i. P., S.SNPERSUNIq .yo :; ., .JQ". S.B.4EI.. -bispotrons.L'7" G rlLITH>

fd.. a. '. THIS:OTFJCE: .' Oct. 16, JS3lp .tf-or'y. ,_S_p emoer"L J.1831. *.: >"Jacksoavjlle, Sept. 4,lSl. tK. 3a4iceaviUeoc.6lM.. ,. U. -
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THE; FLORIDA REPUBLICAN '. .d .;' \', Vpo.Uf b uv.en'iffieei inBute *rryUif- the maRE e,1 the 'uI neteen. ltt./J L' ., '. iJ oieqthlngsuse jtT iUbJb. .;
1 I' aw.r.it PItoPOSA'sfor .tenV di .but ili too be'efe.t. 'A '
) .. J day of /ToWn hfp* Honj tW8t"our frlt1ldot
.1' > *, 'rOfli In'
J ; : t&.1t Febreat "
1PUJLISUDZVZUTIt1AYAT'Jcki Y1 a.c to,tod thirty-four$ me 0 tJor Yi1ed1ein .
ai twenty
a. 'W : j '.: Cana4afrd J.e 185SL fexeeptlng { d; t 'b1 a and'D ealJed"J1'Ir '
'" 1. ot lANOC1JST'I
...Dural c.ui't.*,by commencement range proeTd,1511
,- COLUMBUS DREW. Allza1or" ...,.'Cofum&, !;'Ctf.f" iEart.. ., :Thridi- ...' .: ,.151" ; +. < .ltnt of'June.day 01. 18&4_, tnolustve,f w.1Ced.1.to.rcfnd ,'whlp1welt7t 'f pectlQUtO1flhlP''' twen-' : of happy to tay that 1| Bottles of it etlfed 1$ u.:1. ,_
: ,of, twenty. : '* BIT ebildrell-lIOP..fBX'1J1Ir' tafMblr
.ty.three range /
"f" i'liil at ti.Contract Office otthe Post :4 Mtctic1a'

Tjes.:-Three Dollars,per annum, payable. -Wli1Sthth4&, ,m, O'Brien'-,, asked of any, in.,ifofn'IhJ bo met;In' the cil'of.Washington, until to.Dpr decided Township, twenty;{ee'idiob.tlfI01nlne : b may oi.ietedwzik become thiTdiseMtmay tUba., .. thr 7,

'gp'ordering the Paper.* r'* ..AToaNEnbwi, ".' or lie'sent by mall, the' tbe; day Oce, ,.b.ItIt; ,] on the t .tDi.-AeL -...- and safe remedy, ,Yours triy a.*' _,**

,Subscriptions If not paid before V e expiration Alligator, Columbia Co. be charged ; and fqr.xvery. itona. byte Jtth' the-manner .aad,, tlma hereinafter! Townships fourteell ,(exct. iectionithirteenland Etq.JABU: '% *'
half rut To E.
.EafFo. ounceorjraction': an ,ounce 1 : swenty.ror,1szteen{ u eclloa*one41three Pofa-ett R-
of tie year,are charged $4.I** weight named la an'AddIt1 nal sci _._. 1._ and twenty-fosr.J .
M WJSilT, I .. this table, single ,eleven to thirteen, D '

Advertisements. wU! be_. inserted".t the following.' .. .. (I Office. at. mi". ratointOb.charged. J PLORDA. ,teen, eighteen,-nineteen, twentjr-otiertWentytwo, thaTe Z4cIesvftg;'lot ,80- L-
rates* One' Dollar foft'welfe lines)for ___ 3f51 From, Marta fllttQOCbUfte;9.mile_ *., ad- t and twenty-nine,of range twenty.Townsfifps 'De r Sir t tried ar :n-

per square 7 8,, W.. '' ,: 1t... d back, threetimet a week. -_ "enty-iht" ; cine for Dfarrbcea anct lad I rz hlatlltr'ned-
the fin*,and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent 'BA1R ,. .1 I Marianna MondayWednes fitteenreieept section one,]sixteen. s afest cure for this.daurern.,3 J; .bf ht& and
: eer"
Insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal .TTOR1E IY.A ,- -'. -. .i R "' 1, and Friday, p J -".' [except sections five to ei ht. andvs vente n' e"er known or herd It MY u: =. .bare

'dineonnt'will be m de.. All transient AdvertiseBents C 7'lASTReference FLORIDA.' ,. a.. t 0 AmvestOcheseearnedayby' pm;' "twenty-ow,] seventeen, elgblen. nineteen, [except about two years bad -WTOt loti, e ,r..agtd
J .i J 0 -c' c" ,: s it Leave Ochesee Monday, .Wednesday, section two and ." ,'' newoDtytW dlJeed to almost* skeleton aa* f .and Wa* rea
(except by persons hVIflIU11DID, account ',' -t>T : '' .": 1 and Friday, evr. t / twlnty-eight. and twenty; ine, of Bottle of your "INDIAN LOX !: JI..rt'of

with the omoc) must be paid for previous to publication. Hon. W. B. FLDuNa. Savannah, Georgia.- : .' 8.: .. Arrive at MuUa by 12 m same days. range twenty-four. it nas acted like a ehal'lD,the cbild TJ9 .nd

2 '. Bids for temi-weekly tripe, the proving and may be.teen by those : im-
March ?1851. t. .g o' weky. a :Nol of the .base line and east o principal HeTe, R"peeUull w1& '4oW'be-
Persons at a distance can govern their remittances t oA miles, : /1'1I.:0-. '
Abe's ,
:Z 0, 0 3552 From Marianna to 2 A_.V
for advertising,by the following rates: .,OSSIAN,B. HT" E and back, once a week.. Spng f' Fraction of township one, easfof the Sawanneeriver ToE.i' &i-E! .COLVU1.

Ono square (twelve lines) published six months ATTORNEY WHIM PaEAr. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cta. Lave Marianna very Monday at 6 a m; of range sixteen rSections &r. NICHOLAS
Weighing & oz. or ,being "" at Abe's Spring by 6 p m same day; eight and nine, thirteen to fifteen, ,a.p Sail at J
for- -91000 KEY WEST;FA.,. single rates. '. anier '.<. '. -,3 6 10 .15 i, Leave .\be"Spring everyTuesday at 6 a m;. twenty-two- twenty-seven, and thirty-four to Dear Sir 'f LIe f. to certify 'hilt tw. -

Two squares, for six months, 15 00 Practices in the United 'State. 'ul Over 1 os. and not over 1 os.., 6 12 2 3 Arrive at Marianna by 6 p m-same day. 'thirty-six, in township two, of Tangeaventen. your Medicine called "LVDlJ. U1ECIi."I !

Legal and other Business Cards, per an. 10 00 of the Southern District of Florida. Over 1 01. and not over.1| oz. 9 18 3 4 Bid for two;also for three trips a week are Township one, and frctional township of has permanently cored two of our X egroea'Or
I r '
J : Over 1|os. and not over 2 os. 12 21 '. -r vere Diarrhces 1 take pleasure in recocuDr a.
7 00 ulylOt 6 Invited range twenty.Frtooa
Notices debtors. and creditors, OYr 2 01. and not OTer2Joz. 15 i S55S Pensacola.by,by Apalachicola ;St.Mark townships one and two, of range your valuable Medicine..a, being "ithoutepdl"f

Application fot letters of administration, 6 00 JOHNO.HATELY WHEN UNPAID. 3.5 and Key to Key West,- ,.ad t one'or the befit and.felt remedin for tbis,3011'

": Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator Dingle rate, &above . 5 10 10 15 back twice month I-, At the Land Office at Tallahassee, commencing that 1 have beard of 01'ieI'D.Y. 0IJrJ t"11r"h.e

.. $10 00 ATTORNEY AT. 1.AW. Over[ i oz. and not over I os. 10 30 Bides to state distance and schedule of ar seventeenth day of November W. a. Mcl TTt =
2 2 on'roJidaytbe
NEVVNANSVILLE Over 1 oz. and over oz. 15 and departures. al of the public lands within E. PoiDlett,Esq. '
For announcement of candidates office, 5 00 OFFICE not I 3 S 4 Proposals to commence at New Orleans "Il
Over and
li oz. qz. the following named townships, viz:
No announcement will bell ae unleu the same FLORIDA. Over 2 oz. and not over 2J oz. 2 4 ,6 be considered. jACKSOtVILL Jew 9tfr.'i'r.
be with the amount charged sept.11, tf. 2 6 l Form of C Bi. South of 'the base line aad east of the principal Dear Sin I have used your Indian (

accompanied I NOTE.-From and after the 30th June 1851, the I (or we) of propose to meridian. in my family and hue wind it a .olt ef It

Editorial notices for private_benefit will bo United Insurance i mode of computing the rates upon inland letter the mails on route No. from to car, 'Fractional township four, of 'two. remedy for.l.1i&rrh a. I. take great flle..nt1 ."

barged double the rate of adv rthing.Uelittous States1lutbal -I. e. letters from one office within the ,United agreeably to the advertisement of the Postmaster Townships seven and of range nine. recommending, it to the public. ,; 111

,Obituary,and Marriage. notices,will COmpIDY, States or Territories to another, and also upon General dated 9th August, 1851,and by the fol Townships five, six, eigh ,range and sections tit Respectfully, J. E-TOW. ..r' ..
WEST P TTSDAM, 'EW'YORK.: letters between the United States and the British mode of vii> Bvcn Egber 1'o.nattt, tsq
be published gratis. North American to be follows, to lwing conveyance to eight. seventeen to twenty-thre and twentJ

Communications must be post paid.r KINCSLEY B. GIBBS Agent I wit: Single rate,Irovinc.s-i half a an ouncedouble ; Dated.for the annual sum o dollar Signed. six, to thirty-six, in township ten, of JACxOInLLx:, E. FLt..J, :. ," .. .1.
Townships six, seven, eight nine, eleven, [except Dear
Fin This
rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not ._ .
r ---- MAYPOUT MILLS, DUVAL CO., FL exceeding a ounce;. treble rate, i exceeding an Form of C Guaranty. sections five to eight,] twelve- and thirteen .' negro girl: suffering may under certify anrr'r.a.to'r I ,..

J. F. Sanderson May ounce, but not exceeding an and a ,.half; The undersigned undertake that if the foregoing range of eleven. arrh a. aud that then 0 of .. I'-.f i '
2 181 i and so on charging rate for,.' bid for carrying the mail on route No. be Townships six, seven, eight, and eleven, [ex- preparation called .Indi r..1 UMj ". if t .

ATTORNEY AND AT LAW additional half ounce aditionl half ouee.ver_ accepted by Pusmter General, the, bidder ceptsections twenty-five to twenty'seven, and cured her. a.M I TO-Jlrtrn-f t,. Tfrofoti' :
COCNSELLR I List Officers orieStt ofFlorida. The mode of computing rates upon;letters fe, shall, prior to the day of February next, enter thirty-six,] and fractional township commending it a* a v.'y vaUa-iU; ;'I'.j" '1.
his office from Columbia Great countries into the obligation to perform the thirteen, west pf the uwannee river, of range \oiiMtruIv.
removed I Britain, and to all other foreign required 3. t.b r"; ""Id..v
HAVING to Jacksonville, Duval County, i STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. the British North American'provinees excepted, i service proposed, with good and puelent sureties. twelve. Mr. Lgbert FoinsettLir&t
Fraction of six, west of the uwan-
'respectfully informs his friends that he will continue I Governor, THOMAS BROWN. will remain as at present,under .2he act 3d I. Dated. (signed by guarantors ) river sections township two to ten, fifteen to twenty- .,
nee ,.
; :
March, and to t ." '
the practice of his profession, & formerly. i Secretary St't CHARLES W. DOWNING, 18 of agteeably foreign inshuctOD. appended 1 Fo of Certificate. two, and twenty-eight to thirty-three, in town-hip Dear Sir t1 .C ometimrsj-: ..., ,1'1 ,,
DAVID P. HOGUE. tble of certifies .j"
Term of Attorney Gner t pstages.DRECTWNS. The undersigned, postmaster seven; sect ions one, twelve.twenty.three, twenty- :
na will attend at each and every I a severe I:iarrhoe i-s<> ,i.. ; .
that he is well acquainted with the above guarantors six, and west of the -uwnnnee river, ". l'tent
the Circuit Court in the IC\'cr Counties of; Treasurer, WILLIAM R. HAYWARD. 1st. Every or parcel, exceeding half and their property, and that they are men of in township thirty-five e even. and tbe fraction of township to'-IM.1A my b.i-'riei.. Int, r- "- v

the Eastern Judicial Circuit, County of: Register Clerk State Lands Court, ROBT.DAVID S.S. WALKER. an ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter p operty., and able to make good their guaanty.Uatd. twelve, wet of said river, of range thirteen. >liol our tie of it. A t the LrXr.Ct-?' mj t-.'. ..: .,.', .n.'.f..,

Hamilton,in the Middle Circuit, the b"prme'' Supreme. IAYW AR. or rat. Signed. North of tie base line and tint of the prtc- mv f.imily were amj..tl"dit; '*i "rtKU,

Court at Tallahassee, and the U. &< Court at St. : JUDICIARY. dpleter or letters placed in any Notice and Instructions to Bidden. pal msrithtni. \\'e all n- ,1tht moill'-lic "'II:1 :.,.,'- .. .

Augustine. All business entrusted to his care': Supreme Court Judges. post office, but the deliveryonly rate of 1. Seven minutes are allowed to immediate post. Township one,and fractional township two of a.id 1 am 1111;v h ipt>'y t( ujf.-iu v..- ..U ,: .......,
shall be with at U .
harged postage all
us eiitire'y areawi .
Rdidence. I for assorting the mails when not otherwise range fifteen. e < t >;M. ,' .
will receive prompt nh.'nti u. Hon.Valker Anderson Ch. Justice Pensacola one cent each. mater specified by the schedules. raction of township one, west of the Suwan- from the use of "'I'' "n? Bout :,.,,, ,td" ",

Address-J. P. SAMJECSOX, Jacksonville, Hon. A. G. Semmes I Associate I Apalach'a 3d.for Each the deputy last postmaster, whose(ending compensation the- 2. Pay will not be made for trips not run ; and neo river. of rang ixteen Medicine. YOttl"f trill. ,

Dyval County, Flundti. Hon. L. A. Thompson TalTias'e 30th June) did not preceding exceed$fSCl,may year send throughthe the deduction for' failures to perform the..same maybe Laud appropriated by law for the use pf schools, 'IPll'fIJH.UiJ : .
To E. PlKU'Ctt.: -
increased three times the contract there- and other "ih 11 .
military purpu.-'estigetherwitb se
pay _
Jakon"ieJln.1. 18) t Circuit mail all letters written by himself, and re
___ > Juxu. communications fv/r if a sufficient excuse be not sent in. f'iues awaup and overflowed lands made unlit thereby
u---- ceive through the mail all written
Western I Hon. Gco Hawks I Apalach. be imposed for anivils after time for cultivation," if which shall be delected !I'y A II E R
I addressed business,which may ; aLo any I Od. r AHi3 rAGENCY iti:hL
| J. I _
:Middle Wayles
Mclntosh t himsel ohlsprate
McQueen Talha'eEater shall not ounje, free of failing to take or deliver the entire mai. the -authorities before the days aWlhtc.lfor >

ATTORNEY AT LAIV, j t I| Jos.Thomas B. Lancaster Douglas I I I Jack'vleSouther postage. This does not authorize them to frank 3. The Postmaster General may the contract the coinmuucement of the public sales rel Cc'pectively ,
for repeated failure, for violating the post, under the act entitledan to enable cii\ U(:. 'n"\'UUt.T ,
unless written themselves, and % i-f
by on
W'LLattend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern James W. Cir.,. Ucheanna aoylettr office laws for the r of
Lndr Srr or disobeying instrction. of the state Arkana.-, and o her States, to '
business only nor does authorizethem DE U the iiir.'c-ti.r. .\'nr. ,
Samuel B. M. Cir. Quincy private ; i of \ il
Court at St. U \Iq
Circuit the United States Ditrict the reclaim the 'swamp land within their hmitj.approved ;
; John P. Sanderson, E. to receive free of postage any thing but Deprtmcnt. PALM bit I Itcw 'i of;r n.1 Ui> .
the Court at Tallahassee ;; 'Srr Ci. Jaks'vie communications addressed themselves 4. General may discontinue or September 23th, IdoO, tcjte exdivleitfrom t..".ro\ .. KP;
Augustine; Supreme Ossian B. Hart, Cir., West written t curtail the service, and the pay accordingly, on the sain And no location land bonntie-i ( ARI: r1 < '.v >&i : JD;?..r; ,
business. 'rlt.ul .
and Claim for citizens in any part of and on their private \ttorne lint I nti1J..tjoJl. ofSJ. te
.prosecute allowing one month's extra pay on the amqunt: heretofore grantel by any law of Countess for N:
Court .
t.f f h L "
Florida the Government *Washington, COUNTY OFFICERS. with. He also increase the the United prewe \ : -e.I LIttt'II,
against tent may length I military iiervicesrendered to MaUvf, '1 hn
Newspaper Ratetyer estuUifLneri : ,
the First of Probate second Clerkof qrttm fro r number of the trips at rata the contractor wi'l be permitted on the abtce f.iriuoii |* r the ti'' I':
cither before Congress$ort Departments. [ name Judge ; name the offire of publication, bona fid pro pay any / mentiinej "!jecti: _
ADDRESS Jacksonville, East Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name gubvnbert: actu an having the right to relinquish the contract, lumlt, as provided by the act entitled *an utt J. For i-raeticipg law in .* .
Or- Foi. (whenever it occurs as in Gadsdcn. &c.) Tax on giving timely notice, i be prefer it to the making appropriations for the'civil and dipljinat- the liteflt.tte" th Pi-m.- voe..t
From after the 30th of June 1851 for eachnewspaper *, 1:1.1| e>'iJuc.u ,
May2.1S30 t Assessor and Collector. change. ic expenses of the Government_ &e approved busI C. lotCo7l' (0 1.1",1
not exceeding three ounces in weight 5. Additional pay will not be 'm de for excess 3d \larcb, 1331. : 'a gri-i- .
2. Fu .
Western Circuit. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly of actual over advertised distance (should any The offering of the above mentioned lands will the IrecLtz.ad. rf-t ,7 oraueau'.
James W. Bryant in advance. These rates where in law or eqtiity-,::.iio t ti." i' ;'.'1
Post OJice only apply such case occur) if the offices are correctly named commenced on the days alliointed.aiid will 11 'akw'ore '
Con Ofcen. the is sent from the office of publication to f ;'o.re.s or the excuiiteI I;ot .;:rtftio t .,
. PeDacol paper 6. Proposals without the prescribed guaranty,, proceed in the order in which they are advertised ; r
AND s gain foreign (; btl., .
COtNSEu.n-\-LW F. E. DeLarua actual and bona fide subscribers or postmaster's certificate of the sufficiency of the with all convenient despatch, until the wboli* .. ovcrnne..tt '' tt-rj4 pomwissioriers

Will attend to Professional business in the Cut Antoine J. CoUins sureties, or not received in the time specified by shall have been offered and the sales thus -closed: For the

of the Eastern Circuit ofFlorida, and in the Federal Santa Rosa. John Chain Milton .*f the advertisement, or combining more than one but no sale JbaI be kept open lunger than two settlement of neot. *, vitii ti'
.A Ute. Ireasmy.V 1'.t '
Court for the Northern District of Florida. 4' C. S.Amos Jtas rout in the same sum,cannot be aceptd. weeks, and no private entry of any of the l.ind-t Interior .ar'an' 't5:111,1
Isaiah Cobb Jn* Departuietits, and oU'a:M> g ;11. r'---
for the service at are entitled will be admitted until after the expiration of the si
ALO AGENT Walton Daniel McLeod Ucheanna .0. to preference, but those proposing changes therein two weeks. ou of fines.peualtie-. ad To rVfn;-''* forai-! :
for Business, the State, rectinggrantsd Angus D. McKinnon i .I s 1Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.1 will receive co8deraton. Given under my hand at the City of Washington of the re" Louj.v-t '.t. v,. t.."r
general i a .
i j jaw
Wm. !L a {, 8. Offices the contract thistwenty-sisth day of July. Anno Uomi.ii
the location McCllu. .
donations of lands, and A establshed p 4 For 'eeuring.letters pat ..t t.,r invtio.srom
Holmes Owen\ViU& Cerro Gordon riod within quarterof a mile of the route are one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. f the United ... !
States or iron _,
,selling. thereof. Matin be supplied without extra pay ; those further of MILLAKU F1LLMORE. menU, and procuring land -.M..I :

ALSO AGENT Ethelred Hewitt Not 50 miles 15 10 5 at a pro rata compensaton. By the President: under the WarwIr 4
over 2J H various penjo uirrf .. ,
2 ; : i
of Claims the Unitestates I Washington Washington Tabr Orange Hill]L Over 50 and not over 9. Bidders specify the mode of conve J. BCTTERFIELD, States _
for'the collection upon James G. Luca miles ance intended to be used When this is not doneit Commissioner cf the General Land Office. 5. For ,
for Military or other services, pensions, 4' LeviF. 3 .5030 2 105 2} he understood to be horseback. collections general Mie' not over 1000 wi *. and iiiheriUuctw, i .. L ._..
3 i. e 'ni
and for horses Fred'k If the bidders fail NOTICE TO PKE-EMPT1OJS i
to execute
supplies furnished volunteers, or Pitln Marina 75 15 7J 3i accepted con- uud foreign eountrie-,
S.C. 4 3 .
for which the United States Jackson Over not 2000 tract, or to commence and continue service agree CLAIM..tNTS.Every 6. For the ,"
tb property lost, Samuel 10 over purchase sin 1 "? e f I,.i j IB a-r of
Stephens 60 40 10 5. ably to their proposals they, or their guarantorsor person entitled ti the right of preemption the States or Territories of il' I"j..
Calvin Suphen mies not over 4000 10 2 sureties, will be liable to a suit for the damages to any of the lands within the townships and I 11:1.11-

1 AddrctsJacksonville. East Florida. Calhoun Wynn Blountstown 2 123 75 121 61 resulting from a reletting of the ronte11. parts of townships above enumerated, is required ing therein.moneys'on mortgage. of.I e
William Clark Over 4000 miles 150 5 2 Contracts are executed by the 15th to establish the same to the satWuction of the 7. For
15 74 b investment of fnnh in 12't..4and
Elias Branch 0 0 S cti M
day of February, 1852. register and receiver of the proper land office, and .
State I't ek" and lusns.colleutiou !l-
I- J McRobert! Baker, Franklin. Ar 'd Bennett Apa1hicol DIRECTIONS.lat. 12. The bida should contain the bidd r's nameand make payment therefor as soon jtrattieable after dends of f "tvi-
thereon and. generally for the
TTORNE COUNSELLORATLAJV, Sam'l W, Spencer residence'and, if a company offer, those of teeing this nntire and before the day appointedfor transwc'Vuof
A Y& all business
Benjamin Lucas .. Weekly only, when sent a's above pertaining to a law, loaa aad
papers eash member of the firm, and should be addressed the commencement of the public sale of the .
JACKSONVILLE, E': FLA. Middle Circuit.GadaJcn stated,are to be delivered free in the county where to the First Assistant Postmaster General,and en lands embraced in tbe tract claimed, otherwise banking All communications agency .

Will, practice in the Courts of the Earn Jos. U. Gilchrist they are published ; and this although conveyed I dorsed "Mail proposals in the State of-." such claim will be forfeited Messrs. Palmer & S'nethen.addressed American, postpaid to
Quincy *
in the mail 50 miles. aad Foreign -
Judicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jacksonville :- Robt C Lester over For further particulars &to conditions of bidding J. BCTTERFIELD, Agency citv of Wasb'ngton. will ."a.iveprompt.
Samuel B. Love 2d. Newspapers contai ng not over 300 square and tbe'forms of the contracts required, see Commissioner of the General Land Office. and faithful attent'rn.f .
and In the United States District Court Hugh O. C inches, are to be one quarter the above advertisement for proposals for caring the mails August 21, l&l. Ut"FOISEff'S \ \ : & S.VETHEX,

the Northern District of Florida. Having McLa rates. in Virginia, &c., issued 1.
er Lon James E TallahasseeNewport 3d. Publishers of January; Office. No.5 Carroll Pine,, Capitol HJL
are allowed to HALL
newspapers exchange ,
an efficient and agent Washington he Oscar A. Myers Jn'yS. Jawtl.
rbl free of postage,one of each number Postmaster
Alfred A. Fisher INDIAN L IXES1:
-UnitedStates Gener
win prosecute clims against Daniel only; and this privilege extends to Post Office Department, 9,
McRaney S Auut 181.
:' c .
and the Departments at published in Canada. Bountv Land and
,before Congress Wahg- John G. Park Aug. 23- 6w. General Agency,
ton. Waku Wm. W. Mound tt 4th. The weight of newspapers must be taken THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE
or determined when they are in a dry state. REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF I Washington, D.C. _
permanently located at Jacksonville, he Abijah Hall BY THE PRESIDENT OF THEUNITED
5th. Postmasters
Big are not entitled to receive T.
WAlKER will
W H. Durden give prompt
m. *
will his entire and unremitting free Of under their -STATES. CHRONIC DIARRHCEAi
give attntiontobi Jefferson Thomas J. Chace MonticelloCourthouse newspapers postage franking attention to the HOu.NlY
and all business entrusted priv'ifezeGth.ayinent I LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers
profession t h Craven G. Fifo engaged
R. Tucker in advance dos not entitle the IN pursuance of law, I MILLARD FLL' AND in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the IXDUI
ea. Jams party paying to any deduction from the above MORE, President of the United WARS in which the U. States have been engaged,

He will also attend to any business as Madison oh McDonald rates. Amerca. do hereby declare and.make known, DYSENTERYWhich or the War with Great Britain t>{ 1312;-to

SamL.R. sales be held at tho undermen has been tothe claims on the U.States for ln.lTART'SEIlVIC ,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Sessions ever presented public
Rates be Land Offices in the State of FLORIDA
of Pottage to charged at
Appointed by the Governors of the following Thos. M. Anderson Newspapers other upon al tramien toned hereinafter designated to wit: It stands upon its own merits and needs no SUPPLIES PENSIONS LOST PROPERTY &c..and to
description of business
Hamilton H. J. Stewart ert deaptioof any requiring an Agent or
States to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgments Robert L. Ivey Jar Matter, Perlca., At the Land Office at St. Augustine, commencing puffing. fgylT HAS NOT FAILED TO CCRE 'Attorne -at Washington. For procuring Land

to be used therein s I. Wm.J. J. published at intervals not exceeding nh. on Monday, the twenty-fourth day,of November IN A \ &INSTANCE." g3THIS Warrants, his charge will be $5 In other eases
Dncan- and tent from the office of publication to next, for.the of the the will be
Virginia, disposal public land situated Valnatle preparation is compounded proportioned to the nature. and
Maine, Eastern Circuit. and bona
Carolina fide sulbe.. within the following named and several medicinal roots growing in the difficulty of the'c.\S.. -
Vermont, Columbia Geo. S. Herbert Algatr parts of townships, viz : Wilds of Florida. It is PURELY and WHOLLY He will also act in connection with* Agent*- or

Massachusetts South Carolina 5. Scarborough NOTE. I t. t. g. Vegetable and designed ESPECIALLY for the Attorneys in Florida who may be employed in
For cure
4' A. J. T. each South the base line and the
) \Vrlght. east
of principal Land
York of Bounty and other wbi.bmay
New F. Fitchet additional ounce, or a O o the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor claims on terms
Pennsylvania} A1hu Ch. fraction of an meridian. is fully convinced that it is an invaluable be agreed upon. Betters which should be
Alabama ounce,
Sa''V. Burett beyond the ten s o o 9 .' : Medicine. In fact the test that he has givep it post paid] will receive immediate_ attention., _
Delaware, Misssissippi, Chi:L. \ ounces flj s.A. 'TowshipfU\een, (except sections five and six,) June 5. ,
.. .S in the town in which he ; lawtf.
in this table f resides and the. astonIshing -
lexas. Duval Felix LivLjgstonIsidore an additional g.S3 ( section )
MaryUnJ., V. Garnio Jakonvie rate will be :. 8= : 8 and eighteen. except townships thiry-de.am success with which ithasmet warrants .

janl.-ly I. John G. Smith Carey's i charged. 0 IO PM. twenty, &wnship frtona twenty-one, fractional township; him in saying that.it is A POSITIVE CURE ;Notice.
Uriah Bowden Fer I *. .s b ; twenty-two townships lie has therefore come to the determination to TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS
.. tL ad twenty-ight ad
I o -" 4 e4 zO place it within the reach of all, knowing how
Nassau Jas.T. O'Neil ; ty-nine, of range many OF THE SEVERAL
osaAa Mary's,Ga. Zoo O twenty.Jve. suffer with this WARS SINCE
: HT, ." C. C. Bessent Townships 8Itt.en. except sections one, two, very unpleasant and often dangerous

'o,{7 TORN LAW. A. J, Braddock Wodtk Mm Cts. Cts. CL. Cts. Ct. eleven, and twelve,) seventeen, and eighteen, Disease, particularly in the Southern and. TIlE REVOLUTION.BY .

St Johu's Gad Humphreys One oz. or under 1 2 4 I (except sections three, four,five, six, seven, and Western States. a recent Act Congress,officers and sol:
lee upon the Second foort the Court-house, Peter B.DumasRaphael St.Augwtne Over 1 oZnot over 2 oztt 2 4 6 8. eighteen,) fractional townships nineteen twenty, In purchasing my "Indian Loxee.st" .be (who have not received) are' enrtleJt

I B.Canova U 3" 3 6 9 12 15 and twenty-one, and and particular and look for my written signature. on BOUNTY LAND, for service of one m-wth
.tree. 3" 12 township twenty-ight the label.
\ Jesse A.Brnnh 4" 4 16 2 twenty-nine, of or more; the widow,aid miiuu-children if choje
W iL practice in the .several counties. thee PuLnaD. Fitch Palatka 4
Eastern Circuit of 'Ior and attend to the 4' Jnseph.W.Robert T. Boyd ". 5 U << 6",. 6 12 2S twenty, (except sections nineten looted from among many received from respectable undertake at a moderate rme; "-' .' .; '

.collection of claims against the United States for' Orange William Q u. 7" ; 7 1 21 2 nine. and thirty-one to thirty-four,) and citizens of Jacksonville claims of those interested II- .., -
Cnmpbel Enterprise tt 7" K 4' gg" 8 seton KG BERT ,
t '. Henry A. 2 3' 4 one township twenty-one, of range ed in public office fo:sevp-alrr -
Horses lost other Mellonville "
ard for or U
'Military service*, 9" 9 18 ,
John Simpson 2 3 4 sven. P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable in such matters will enable a;,, .>, tf- "> g t
property tat or dwt roy ed by trp said serice.A St. Lncio Geo. S. Hermans New c 4' 9"- 4' II 10" 10. 2 3 6 Township seventeen, (except sections four and Medicine. Every family ought to keep i ton facililici to claimants f.-. ._--* -, sSlUiSi '. -.

claims fur j-CDioii soldiers,or C. L. Bryton. Smyra five J of range twentyeight.Fractional hand. and save thrIll a <::fni >]
he and of deceased soldiers. Marion Wm Ocala DIRECTIONS. township seventeen, west of St. A. Is!. REED, principal Agent for Jackson and expense.licre I.v\>>t .;. A-X.' ; -/
widuwl of.bn" M'Gahagi John's river, [ sections five, six, ville. .' "
Robert 1.On every transient newspaper; unsealed circular except thirty-fire, r cbargex midelilot: ;: > : \; ; -"
Also, claims bounty land t officers and sol and thirty-six, township eighteen _ .. 4 :, / .
EdmuadDHowse / engraving,patnphlet, periodical, [exceptsections prompt attctionanJ tj: >" '';> .' ,%, "
and the widows orphans deceased officers book one to three; eleven to instructions oeut. .- .
lien, ant S. E. Helvension Flemmtngton magazine, ,and every other description JReeb. twenty JACKSONVILLE,E. F., August 13th 1351. '
and Il icr. l.evy Simeon Harvey Waccassassa; print matter the above rates must i all case two to twenty-six, and thry-Ae ad ,] Dear Sir This c.V.: .B I.j.: \ !:VI"j. 't;..1
< Sheriff pfVualu, scoordicg to.the weight of range twenty-nine, will inform you that one bottle \" ."li .._: ;r ....
Also will his attention Of
give t conveyancing, R W \\henever matter Fractional t thirteen and fourteen, of your medicine, called INDIAN LOXKCUST, has October IBS'. u'.' -.1.1 .
Tx As'r,Ft.F'n any printed On which the wnship I. : ; :
titles Ittrsn permanently cured two
flaming and records and I of .
ascertaining range Bxy-negro of a severe .
t to
her4 postage is required b prepaid;shoU through .'" :'.r '. I>' :.
attack of "
lands. fractional I,: Dysentery consider an.exuelleut .
claims to the inattention of Postmatr or other be townships fifteen and sixteen, of1 t .
'; ,All business entrusted to him will with .Iiboro' Simon Tnrmai) sent without sae be charged range thirty-three. I medicine for.this complaint ah met Martin Cunningham 'TamJ& with double the above'rates. Fractional townships sixteen and sure in recommending it to the public. ,
eighteen, and tn't
,,- .,romp& ; said .Ull.trulut of writing "' .' 3. Bound books and parcels of printed townships nineteen. and twenty, of range thirty I Respectfully_yours, T inform the pLin'f '.. "I.l.r..J..t-: .
:' t him with neatness and de7'patch. Hernando Perry G.Wall Augusta; not weighing over ounces, bo mdtr I .four, f > "-<-' -, :. D FERNANDEZ. .
M. C. ". 3 ilia tons tInt he still Uiau.u u f. 555Ii4t4-
: .. Petersn M. mailableinaiter. -. Fractional townships eighteen, nineteen, and I ToMr.E.Poinsett. ltesthnp'ove.i KOl.f.:;.. L ''. ir .i-> ,, .
Moody "
1 Periodicals twenty, of .
.- >Jacksonville. Jan. 23. 1S5I. Monroe published at intervals, not exceed I. range thirty-five. JACKSONVILLE bleandjii'glo. at his n"inl rctI 4 iJ i44.. .
Benjamin Sawyer ;
t Key West ing throe from the office of Sections three, ten, fourteen, May Cth, 1331. -
. James M. Braeewell fen twentlthree I fill all order at tbeH'iorU1 1I">c.cje-, ;
lication to actual and bona pub twenty-six This is to certify it is with much .1 .
fide pleasure
,. subscribers that I '
"h f.
4'Robt.Clarka ", thirt-fe. ad thity-sl. m For the repuati of the( ,appi.*. l .
: 'LGE-NCT announce to the Public
be that I
John t charged one half the rates mentioned township ,- range torf,. hire been elflctu- lowing AgeuU, or tl.oWwha ia thciirJU zr
the last above table I ally oared of 'ba.di.tre'ing
and complaint .
of townships thirtr-Mven'thlrty-elgnt called Lyttiuery '
prepayment a ,
FOR Dado Wm. H. Hilliard qua ''. ._
CLAIMS AT JV.SIINGTON Charles W. Lee ter's postage thereon must in all cases be required and thirty-nin; [except. sctons four to seven,i by the highly recommend remedy of tVi111110n" i: : :
-- Pcriodical published at intervals of more than of range fortyone.Fractional Mr L. Poiusett. 1 had reso.ledtomant things, ". & Aco fa. (4ntrvilingo. 41" :

E. --,8eri thre are charged with the fall which township thirty-eight, of range for but of no avail ; I was ,induced to try his very Ca1.t.fl- M.Uyt.iewacii.J 1leaufor.Q. ,

William Kennaugh,, -*And officio Tax- must be prepaid.NOTE. rat ty-two. ,. i palatable and pleasant Medicine and to my peat :cott & I'e\-eauxburJo h, \ "; .
-F ex_ and Collector. .-In case there it satisfaction WM completely cured within few Tisou .Harris. ('t 1".E FSori.li, .
on or In a ,
'jfxrun.'; WILLtl-S HOTEL, rEx.ssvLVAiu AVTSVE, -U--- proca pamphlet or other printed any newspaper matter or, North'of. the' base line.and tast' "'of the principal i days, and have not been troubled since with tha Fernaudet bisW.;c'&*'o.. 'j aoksooYilis. f..Fbl ,

jj Cfinlinues to give his: prompt attention t the ar- DYING AND therewith, any manuscript of meridian. so much dreaded disease. K. R. Ilt1ke:, P.I.3tl.lL..f-.i :. -. vc'.

: and prosecution uf claims before Con- .COURING. any kind by which information shall be asked for Township four,,_[except'sections one to five, I am happy to say other immediate cures have S. Ho.t &Co.avanzaL-* .

4 'ct :ESTABLISHMENT: or communicated in writing, or by marks or signs;' eleven t fourteen, and twenty-three to twenty coma under my own observation within a few S..L Xibliwk&., Al'iSHtur.' .;.j?. :1'Lartiuger *

\ ; ,of th Kxecutke; Departments. NO. 73 YORK STREET the said newspapr, prodica pamphlet, or other five,] range twenty-five. days. cheerfully add my mi to ,to. the already &.Ha riaT eli :l. (.hto<, n..r.L.i'I, .- .

-Claims. &W from the ltevolutlouary'FIorIda, (REAR OF THE COURT HOUSE printed t letter Townships two and three, and fractional town great amount of testimony with regard to your County '- : '*>''1 ''. )
.f' wan; Invalid, Revolutionary', Half- ,) and it Is the duty of the Postmater to pstge' ship! four, of rang twenty-six. valuable Medicine. lam, respccfully, &".>. c fALCO ,'. : !;;. -"
.Mei SAVANNAH, GEO.ALEXANDEILOM.LOWAY. the wrapper and frm all printed Township of Nassau river "EARN, Jr. hof4seisuriber. t
envlopl [except EXTRA Don Ultlr'nES be
ANO. ( u.
pay 'or Widows Pensions J Na\'a or Army; ter and pamphlets with letter mt sections one and twelve,! and,fractions of town- To E. PoIuett,Es<. at:moderate rate$. : l'u !" !":

"Bounty! Land, or ,law of Feb. 11, for the purpose of-ascertaining whether, there is ships twoand Amelia
) rp.andr threL-west'of river, of 'J.cJt8fivtt.t..tcla1,21,1331.. Gins, or Gins repaired; tloiio *d j cvc& ta"ilj g ;
1847or 10 thanks to:his Mends for the upon or connected with any such printed range -* '. '. f f.'Cnrs
Arrearages of : f.
Aagust 1S Pay and RETURNS or in inch matt twen&1-lgk Dear ir..1 eon ''der i' tobo& or to. .
received since he- package, any matter,'or thing At : matter of duty .". r "
JMifcage:due returning Vblunteeri Clalmt commenced would authorize NeWansvUo; commenClng to i inform you that I had been, '. t. ..11'J
; for business i this city in 1832,and would state to hit or require the charge of a higher on Mona the TfiTT Ttrtlrinfc attack laboring under a June 8,1331. ., J 't. j .
to Horses,lost and other Property destroyed;'Expenses rrled a th pbi that, his t of postage thereon.N.' HALL, fur 4 the of thrdca1 Novembret. skill of two of.Iiaryhmwjc lIame4, .- .' +|
genery. & Physicians
incurred by Volunteers before being ,be ,d Postmaster GeneraL ., within the lituaed and. ,rend r(l ma tumble -'
muster \iU t
to "
undermoQUol4 townships do
POST pnlcJ DCTAETJCEST, Jnne of ad na any But ftrtnnately when about to AJlKS.SI.l.IH'\e.:
connected with: : 14,1851.- : .
4 nd
received Into service ; W"conm&I yaolipnMnt 'I % !wDshlp give up all hope of ever obtaining-relief I heard 'Mo, vl* AVhliai r, .ear BayJajtanned aIIetsAvkNA1I' ,
lert. *nd claims FRENCH CLEANING, 1 of the base line and otyoar"JNUThNLQXjCUS ," tbe.we : ,
Ten ;. South east : ; and "
of th '
.aon' which he will : principal or Uott.t }t.i--- :'
fcc.,tu. trust enable him :to:give genera]! :: ,meridian. : ll>.5nFelJrwsto Ole to health. ..
I Lake
satisfaction toaUwbomaJIeasstotavorhI. m SIX month! after date I will apply to the IIoi t much pleasure to reoommend1Qur lIdicinti 'wR r.a.u.c4'tnflrrAIf. ",',
i' "
." all'the forms : with their patronage.- > i of'Probate of Nassau Fraotionjcjf townahls and to those who may be similarly L .
county for tbb'ten afflicted
. ,larl necessary .
jnvtenttlfpn:of claims, together Corppr Li4ies'ilIk and woolen'Dre 8-'n,ShwJ;"10.I mission, .Administrator.the estate olt da east of ht Suwannee "* naKt ouen 1 .Yours' .e, NJ4.\1L'i. ,DAVID. -.i{! ;.ARE JiAViJF5.1Cr., (* :
,r jleaned and dyed various colors, so t & Geigerr; dad, and alto present my .1 Fration.of township six,east or the Suwannti I T' E'Po1nse&iEsq. 1 o"'I .
jttdMfiUtiou'governing 'the,different Table Covers and acut sections .one, twelve, thirteen }:
cleaned dyed1; vochen said Administrator. All twenty-four i. .
D BrltanU '
utaon. Af.
'entshi prepared Gentleaien'sgarwensreuog having claims the to twenty-six.. and tbirty.fi ve-jwd t J.cno"vtLt Tune 27 ISo'n' -,,. .
v t 1dertab'a ea, reurd. a against estate ar duly notified.. oftaid irty lx.east l Dev'SIi 1'111 -i: !tc".if., ." .5
entirely ; ; ;
jrhatkinl :VoeVer In the ityle w.at not to Mturpassed :JACOB GEIGE1tAm' ., riTeri4townshJpeleveu,1ons two,ten. relinid ot my .J' ,I.
- services
tWVre' tonel .. A : thanks to n'd8'or audtUni'
.. for Store ,
& by aDy ,' or dyed 1 ay21, 31.' 1 .wenty-n., eny-wo, 1f you .Iour "INDIAN LOXt- 'ALt Cooking ,
61 twlnty.sey.a i Jothirteen
'"if*a Agency.at this plc ,: ;. may be required.:'LadUs' bondye1b1w.. tw .ty.nine, and thlrty-two to east of i 4'.Jl ia the best llaa1v'el"r.used for th, most:approved paJtelr.. for V..t*:,t *!

>:ParUcuIir"att t|<)n given> the proper cleaned, and pressed. t a superior ityle. Ladl*' -. 'Notice.., ., .:: ir ta towMW twelve* u1fO thn,e dtsessemnj public.' teel- hal'P1 in recommf'n4inI1a. to tho hotels, and ships j andHll ethCitotjSfi1hslIorpublioi1ace..Staer :U:
to- Yours -r iCT1
ourtiua4es' t Itt and GnU.meD', Ki'Gloves cleaned\after. ,the flL FLEMING ifor"the citizen 'of tD, fifteen totW6nty.two..Mdth rtyand th r- :.. -' truly &, _.
fleflt & 1. 1 ;; meet fashion.'" .. ..uBlack Creek .on 1 In township ftturtw*. : GEORG'COULTER.. scription PheeHroi ;of, d.uhot
i wodcraU and regulated 31. Capt.O. -: and ofraT ToEPolei.tEq" Force sad.Lift'Pumps,' Beet; IL'.tt" ,
-t.I &&Qat 1r. KlElkhaabecnappointe&.Agentf or Bnddington hat consented to act at hit "r611 range.four, '.' Tm Plate Sheet Wire ..
/s.Mth extent of servlcet the above establishment and will.attend to the the sale of hit bow and lof, and in the'ce.nt'ln) teenTownahfpi? : i.r I '. ,J h-. h, > CASH purchaser) Iron of--Tin;1XB war en a4 Bft' 'or
t ,* :'Afl cotoffltttilcatlon to" h: Intertioo/mart reception the surrounding and'delivery olwor Jacksonville. and*_ ol.aeouta : ..Individuals indebted him'"r. .Inbteen and twcntyn4 'tweot1..(uep iectonl .I..- "- ; ::401G.1&T.lU. \ at prices as low aa they:.oaaboy toJ-JferY r ?;;
tnoavate. : Dear Sir
to make .
j'sti1d .q-. March 21,18507 lt" tSFfrr" peLfUr rquestd an llmedi't' two,) ring. fulfl. 'T 'hit. I TbJa 'aitlnform'ToVthal three 0( elsewhere .Orders from Florida SortiOloBW. ,

l :&fBt .August,-1m, Sections thlrty-Juree.to thlrty-six,to'ia my ehUdrtn Were da1Jgerow11111 with the Dy..:5- :and the interior,an solicited. -- *

wnsWp tel 4 or Di&rrhma, for about. six weeks. I "tried' .;,Itt :.4.,Auff...' 29, 1850..- U_ X