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 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00107
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THE :, Logez himself-and hafiritin nd claimed the.vesselcommonly called.the Pampero. 1 tat mal;rAb4) Shewu4not.'wbca'sb.j.ft
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tG PAMPEftO of thevesselCapt.: ; lewis'was' the,,captain declined drctonswhlcl : trading voVag QWhat is her'tonnage? A About 350 ", rtspecf'icM idte foe
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"" ,'- sr*1 ,CKXTED>.- STATE3.CI:1' :' ADMIRAttr of the boat from the time she,came tp.Jacksonyille" anything'to'dqZwith'the; ,.Q. thinkiooti .JT, ; [,tons' :, '- w -, "t.- sea! .,A., Shehad < Q./teJtnd.iWatej*

f UFOU, THI.AT ST, VGtTflE,'TLDR1DA.OF :until seized by the collector' ; withess. their authority from General' Lopez derive the; a;; aafrigbtmony:1.t paid for I I Q. Who was her captain! .A.. Captain, board, for such f voyage. .
does not'remember whether himsl I IU Q"Did the'ye'SSeI leave Jacksonville
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-V iii o:9,185. 9ther"persolfa any tborty' ; impression ,there wu no : learn
., | States Bag was ever eD'1'3. d=tm the Ve* Stt .011y i ; Q''Did'you from the capiainorpthr if intending to gnpon'a fompOJagetA..t
' bVffiw Ac Court was i "en ae1 .'raised author2ed tj money id.forreght ,., principal officer of the :.vessel where It'aeem did lesreri&r
:. y ;no flag ton her to, his;'know. witness\onlylnewtwo.; agents,they.were ,..Q'. Was. anlr ) ; -she -not \ of

-Tbe District Attorney George W. Call' Esq., .l IedeiJehad United States colors/and! sig i General.. ;,Couples. and Mr..Lama witness; ; 1.1 did fay do money know to,be paid she came' from?.' A. I did Rot tbe captain Jacksonville to'go'apes' foreign vdvige:
not ,
for the libellant, and :tbe claimant of the. nals,oq Aboard; she had no other flag; witness .states, that, in. the : first?place, \henhe, 'metenerlLpez ney to be pail I;know not of intended of.anymo;bad. :>ery,little' to say.. J i.: Q'lWhat'course'.lid: thev sel -:on
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J.JteaJDr. L. J, Segnrt Esq. withhis co'zneMcQoeen ; ,had one flag htmself' board; it was a' red, in' New York, the'' be paid. ; none' to 7YOU one ofiheezpelitonT A. leaving Na saa?r.Ay She'went outside fiona

E. -- ', white"and foes ,, My being one depended on circumstances I Nassau to *.
1cIntOsb. .1: k A. bFne fl rwitb-a star in'tbe mid- ; Philadelphia I Would ; Warsaw; she kept lojhore,
;""..-- ';.. ,It r : : 1'lI" > r,{ 1 die of itf tbree'5tripes'were. .red'one .white, "wards1: it -was put,.off in, and witness came; aftr." to Q be paid for.you the:know whether.there w have enon board the Pampero.I .' '"" because:, she t bad Borneo used to firing and

'. r" ot 'I" : 'f1'.e: i.tt'flTeVJf' -' and one blue it was pretty well .used;up: Florida, and bet commenced again. with him : freight or property ,or,men any I I Q. Had you'any"ide where you rr.go- the engineer id be wotld goOn shore if be
passage A. I do not'know ng.Avhen: '
'. .: I" :3:."': of Ltt' iu'rality when he saw it; the vessel} bad two mates .througb General Gonzales; it was not in- i the money lou1eft Jacksonville X I un could get no fiiemen) cnj in t L'l' .9

e"t'; *e- fiN and second males, sailing. master, and tendedto have: any military organization I paid vheter. transportation' was to be derstood.we were going to'Warsaw InteL Q. Was any freight Ipald for'the lhlpgs

: -:' t'r'. '. '1kI..f on captain;" witness a fceJ Capt.: Lewis a second i within the United States; it was Q. Do" 'know bow Q. Was that her destination! A. .So it on board .'AJThe ,freight &fttai1Oa
intend-I .you whom
to _
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.. ej 1t-' .-' -O. ,pj; rl Iltag time about the papers and he said, be' .had' ed ,to .be an armed expedition 1 chartered by tee appeared. entirely. fcj35

;m--. ,.a...., :(." k 8. .I' j ti4 ex-' left them ia the ciustom-hoube at N w.OrJealt8 shpuld! arrive. in Cuba; .witness, they'weregoing Use of< wa'her I do' ,not or wo'paid for 'iIid';Q. Didou' expect' to go further! A. I Q. Do" yon know who ethplciy cJ th* boat
:, \" ; and had sd. ; was sa to the party?. ''A.-1 da not i.j 7Q. / ,/,
I' and : them there
1 come he carry
L. 'I!' i.a away forgotten ;; to free,the C b classofinen'whobadno ted byGeaLopez; I do not know that i. QWhere! A. Cuba. ,
did n8 fat .: .there rtides board for
,. %ISS1 In answer hot tell witness that he had papers* from' the strike any on
'"ul6rogatories"stated oJ -That he went, .on authorityother: than the United;'States. ; for .. '" courage ,(> .9NDK* SECOND UBEt.. Q..Would you have gone on board for trade or traffic! A. None whatever.?
temns Questioned by'libeOantYou. j any other object than to go'to Cuba .A 1 Questions. Libellant::
>by wbarOway
he said
':'boardtbeFataperoasamemBerof the ex.lItdltio did not tell me whether he had. papers ) a citizen of Jacksonville, there would not '

: ,/rabout the Second of Angnsf, at from Gen. Lopez; I do not know that he had. sworn.-Hi r evidence was limited, and not were boxes &c.,'put on board the vessel; do : Q. Was there did. Miv.Segar act daring the,traasatptatat
tifojrtte,abort the city .of ?few ,Orleans; Cross-examined-In answer to interrogatories -' material. WitnessT'stateVhe saw the i ,Pam you \v.whatbey contained! A. I saw that.she' be a general understanding of articles on board the Jasper A.Bygtee*-
to the
. was of
ihe vessel yas r.D.J1de4..by. Capt.Jwp; witness'stted he did not. know1 that pero when she*"arrived at.J .boxes jeidon th-es'el; they containedmak ,: to Cuba, .A.means Yes. caftyjng, .aneJpeJltloA 'I,,ral.direction*; Air. Segarbadt&tftocu MM! ..
csonvteh1bad : t. ., barrels I also paper marking down &e,'and g*vdJrtc-
the towboat this vessel was'e'ntraced trade of a flag it .
red ; ;
*Wt'w8s1pwe"d'do\fp riretoy' in any merchandise flying was saw boxes saddles Q. When did she leave! A. On the tons ori board the best'part'of the dayCoI.!
*tad hafl on board; at the time,. 'near seven to any foreign port; the trade was with a star ; the flag.was flying at her opened. 1 Tuesday following the she' -
Q. day came in. Titus was on board: the was
,hundred men; they went'down the Mississippi carrying men to the island of Cuba; this.vessel main topmast; i was no national' flag that i A., Not Are much.saddles. of much use,on shipboad! Q. When was that! A. The 2d Septem ||, ordered to be affitfeJ to the name.Pampero boat by M .. .

and remained in the woods for a day or was not prepared for any foreign'voyage witness knew of lit may have .been a private III Q. ber. gar it had been obliterated/and Washington,

two, about two-thirds of the way betweenthe at the time she abandoned the trip; when signal;'witness is.a seaman, and knows the A.. Where'wije the saddles to be landed! Q. How.many passengers went on board- D. C., an tbe place where the vessel ftatled r
mouth of she left Jacksonville flags of different nations. .I They were.to,be landed on the Island of
city and the the river; they for Thunderbolt she that with you at Jacksonville! A. About 75 or from, left; Pampero *as again added wit.

were taken over the bar at the:mouth of thefissislippi went for the purpose of getting coal, provisions John C. Hemming ,. a'citizen of Jacksonville Cuba Q. was my understnding. ness afterward said tbe'name Pampero was

by'a towboat; the'boat being!! too and pas!eigers, to go on a pleasure sworn.-Witness saw the 'Pampero How many sddles were A. 100.Q.. Did they all expect to go to Cuba too! oa the f'irniturs'azuLapparal of the boat

.crowded about two hundred of the men went excursion: her ultimate destination was Cuba, when she first came into Jacksonville; hesubsequently Twenty Q., .or thirty. A. Theydid. Q. Were the acts and directions of-Mi.

on board the towboat at the stopping place' but where she would go from .Thunderbolt converftd'witl the captain Have afiaire you? ever been engaged in commercial Q. Were any provisions put on board according -I Sgur Jiflerent from those of a eomnbaioa

on the nver, and returned to. New Orleans; derended on circumstances; she took on i (Lewis), who answer to an inquiry Q. What A. No. do to ,your knowledge A. A small I merchant A. His acts were'those I iav.

the Pampero toadied at Key West the first board at Nassau Sound eighty passengersand i that the mpero-had come from Cuba -.! would a man wit twenty or quantity was put on board at Jacksonville.I stated. r

place, where she remained not over an hour; provisions: she did not take in the coal; ; the captain tldvitness about the Lopez thirty belonged saddles to the! A. He use them; they Q. We. there any other passengers on Ii Q. You saul that Mr. Segur claimed to be

witness was told by Capt. Brigham, to the vessel could not go to sea without fuel; I expedition- they landed, and got Q. What expedition.? The board except those bound for Cuba! A. [, owner \\hatdtdbesay! A.I never-heard

whose company he belonged that they were that was the only reason she could not go aground; did not tel him anything about the pedition.Q. expedition A. Cuba ex None.Q. 'i I h.m: say he was the owner in exact
destined for the coast of Cuba; but witness to sea. object of the coming into the St. Johns Were Under what name did you go! A. We Q.: DJ you leave Jacksonville the

'tad no previous knowledge that he was des- EXAMINATION ON LIBEL KO 2, FOR VIOLATIONOF river passengers wentaboard of the'vessel : in the St.any Johns provisions river! A.received Yes. on went'as emigrants, and,uinfer that name. I expectation ot going ditect to.:Cuba! :4.f .

tined for Cuba, and should not have known NEUTRALITY LAWS. probably one:hundred men; bard ) 'what did consist! A. Flour Q. Did you expect to settle in Cuba! A. jU'e f did not; we did not think .the vessel

the Island of Cuba if fae had seen it. (On there was something put on board of that J Q..f they I intended setllii.g in Cuba. I f would come back to Jacksonville but tooth
Witness states that he has certain letters provisions, pork and bread.
witness being asked what was the ultimate' vessel ;; there was merchandiseput I 1 Q. Did you expect to cooperate"ith at some other points on the Florida coast be

destination of the Pampero when she left in his possession relative to this matter; theyare on board, but witness did not know Q.the How. many passengers were.on board General Lopez in the rebellion in Cuba1 A. i I fure going to Cuba. .X4

New Orleans claimant's counsel objected to 1 not here; they are of a private nature; where it was destined; three or four tierces i of Pampero? A. One hundred and fifty, There were two j>artic.I expected to"join f Q. InV bat capacity were TOO in tbejei
witness took command of
the question.) They arrived at Cuba the day the men by direction went on board; barrels of bread and flour suppose.Q. the republican party. I pedit.on A. I was a captain in the expi.I .

after th y.lert Key West; witness believed of Gen. Lopez, and a an incident of were put on, board for the use of vessel; I Were there any from Jacksonville. ? A. Q. Who was the heal or lea Icr, at Jack- ,I (ion.

the land could be with witness such command, had direction :of the move- these Snenty.fve I think. sonville!. A. Colonel Titus.Q. .
seen glasses; provIsionsvere collected and subscribed Q, What was the object in going 2a Savannalt

was sick;but was at the time on deck; Gen. ment of the vessel; he was informed by Gen- ; some money was collected to pay the they arranged into any sort of Did you Lave any other leader! A. I' ? A. It was to get'men.' .

told hIm that that eral Lope, through his aid, the steamer board military or organization! They had officers None.Q. .
Lopez was Cuba;'witness of some persons who went on board the Q. Was the obje."tulb01atelyto: gob Cu

. could,talk a little .spanish ,and conversed. Pampero would be at Jacksonville about a steamer; they were young men who bad been military rank and title, appointed' Did yon see any letters from General.; ba?! A. The object of all on board wac to

with Gen. Lopez as they approachea the certain day and when she arive as Colonel there boarding; were without money, and by the leading men of the expedition.Q. Lopez, indicatin !him: as a leader,over Colonel ,: go to Cuba, but I was not sure \ would got
chore; be was looking at it with the glass of certain force he tck commnd of wished to go away; the inducement for collecting there more than one colonel! How Titus [Objected ta by counsel for Mr.Segur. .-' :j Cuba in the Pampero; I had been told

and witness asked him what country that her, as he had a right t do; General Lopezwas money for the board was that there many captains and how many lieutenants .] that there was another boat. the Moomotth

was; witness inquired que tierra es? he an -i Commander-in-Chief over him in refer were' a few mere loiterers about than there were there! A. Tnere was a colonel, lieu- Q. Was anything else placed on board oa which I might go. r r a -

wered Cuba; being sick, witness did not land ence to such forces. (Witness: declined was. any need of; the object was to get them tenant. colonel, adjutant, and four captains.Q. the vessels besides pi-ovisions, at Jackson Q. Id Mr. Segur a commission merchantin

with the other men, but returned with the 1 answering for what purpose those forces off:oa board the Pampero; witness saw no How many lieutenants! A. Not ville! A. Tbee were some boxes received Savannah! A. .I'do not -tbint be is; .I

vessel, though he did not know where she 1 were destined.) They were not part of the. arms put on board; side arms were- carried' more than four. at Pottsburg creek. I understood he was from New Orleans ?

,was to go, nor whether she was to return to army of the United States, or of the militia : on board; there was one box of arms opened II, Q. Were all these passengers! A. Yes. Q. Were any openel, and if so, what did Jacob Rutherford called-Q.'bi'Utst
of Florida the Q. These the officers of that of
Cuba or not; witness states the vessel touched ; forces, or troops, were expected -.. and used"Witness believes to dril with; saw were body they contain! A. Some were opened; they Attorney-Do you know the steamer com.
A. Yes.
again at Key West after she left the coast of to participate in the amusements of. the wen going tw dril and returning; tbe men contained saddles.Q. I.manly called the Pam perot A. :I do/ .;
which they were going in search. (Witness Q. They were arranged in companies, or Where the boxes destined! '
Cuba, and be became insensible afterwards, arms were Yauger and American rifles; battalions A. Yes. were A. Q.: Were you acting inany capacity.oa
sick board for time he became I declines answering several questions.) I should think there twelve sixteen I suppose for Savannah. Part of them were
being on some ; were or board said vessel? A. 1 am an engine, and
I Q. Had the officers and avowed
conscious when made The titles given to wlneFs's subordinateswere 1 stand of there under- men any carried to Savannah in the Jasper. These .
they a landing was a general I acted in that capacity on the Pampero.
titles arms public and notorious object! A. They were
somewhere on a riverof Florida to cut wood: -nilitary -captains, lieutenant, i. standing boat arrived, where she were some of the things taken ou board at Q. When and where did'you* begin toldas
majors, &c.; the:men were some of them going to Cuba, to liberate the Cubans.Q. Jacksonville.Q. .
remained board until from and where bound !
on be reached Jacksonville was ; she was notadvertised engineer? A. From the 25th7day of Au-
Was their intention with
when be was assisted ashore by military soldiers, and bad probably been in any newspaper or handbills as' to co.operate How many boxes were placed 'on gut last at Warsaw Sound Georgia I was

two men; witness states they got very short drie some time; no arms were distributed.' to her being bound to any port of tbe United -. Gen Lopez A. Yes. board 'the Japer! A. A great many; Ican't 'assistant e'ngiiieer. :. j
of of
i Johns river. Declines Q. Were there pieces artillery
_: provisions before arriving at Cuba that ( answering States; there never was a steamer left' any Yes say how n.any. Q. By whom was you employedf.:A. By
board! A.
where the forces description on I
. on their first arrival at Key West there wasa re destined to be em- that port whose destination was more perfectly any Were used the Q. When and where were these thinzs Mr. Johnson,"ths other engineer, and Capt
ployt'l.) These men were raised anJ organ.ized Q. any of the arms by placed on board the A. At Warsaw '
small boat and understood. than the Lewis but would
came alongside was they not .me rI *
put some Pa-ripero ; engage p
?! the Nassau
.virtue of received from men A. The men used arms at .
few by an authority the of the while the boat was lying there. :I '
things on board, provisions; thinks there sailing master Pampero told wit- fixed' manenfy until they 'Saw Mr.-Segur1 Mr.
General Lopez, and by that only they were. ; they were drilled there; each man Q. Do know who these articles belonged '
was one barrel and some packages did not ness wbat she h been about anywhere she his you Se ur aft wards came ,down and brought

know what they contained; they touched at raised as au emigration. (Witness is asked a going. (T Di.ict Attorney asked witness own. musketQ. .1 'to? another engineer; but whee'-Mr. Ji&fcso
How of
if he is that pieces cannon were '
willing to say they were not many A. I. presume ): Se.ur: Mr. Segur was
, no place after they left the -mouth of the what tle sailing master told witne. said he had employed he sent the other
I raised i in companies under military there? A. Only two mounted; there were there his mark them. He I .
organ placing .
Mississippi, and did not go to the wharf The claimant's counsel objects to ques- upon engineer back and employed me. "
boxes I I know
answering.) Theywere containing cannon, presume; down in the I .
there; Gen. Lopez was the commander on Izaton-eme tion. Question admitted, subject to excep came Jasper.Q. Q. Was any pazticular'volge'peiGe&to

board of the whole of the forces; the steamerwas risd emigrants; the men were to quit tion.) Sailing master told witness that the they Q.were Were cannon.the brass A. Do you know whether any considerable -; you or any definite engagement,made

said cot to be in good order she dint this country. (Declines answering to what vessel was bound to Cuba,first proceeding cannon pieces portion wa left on the Pampero! A. %witn you? A. No particular voyage 'was,

exceed ten miles an hour at any time; country be meant to go.) General Lopez in- the inland route to Savaniiahandthence by They- 'ere. There was considerable. specified to roe, nor was I engaged for any
Q. Whatother board? A.
witness was not a native of the United States: fore witnes in his communications, that Cuba; theie ''was som'military organization. There were: two twelve arms were pounders on and two Q. 'Were the balance to be landed anywhere specified length of.time; I.was eagagcd by

bad been in the United States some twelve g Cuba; these communications among the men;; I heard some of them ad-' howitzers small A. I do not know. the .month; 1 accompanied the''Vesselto

OtthTtefflyearsand was never absent except were and verbally. In dressed as captains, lieutenants, and beard have and a gun, which may Q. Were arms distributed to the men.after Jacksonville, on her first,Voyage'frbaIPar: -
been board before.
in Mexico and on the coast of Cuba answer to an interrogatory, witness states it one of the, captains addressing one of themas on she left Jacksonville A. They were saw;'we got into Jacksonville oa the.after
; Do know with what intention the
not his intention to Gen. In Q. you not I left the boat Warsaw ,
does was join Lopez Colonel Titus to'my knowledge; ,at of the last of *- !
not recollect seeing flag flying on ; was ; noon day August.
any Cuba because be did not know where be coloneIthe'colonel howitzers were mounted! A. I do not. and the afterwards
the Pampero while on board of her.CTOBJB.U. was. the collected was for the never saw party, ; Q. Was there any general understanding
Q. How did the of the vessel
In answer states if he had he should many crew there were arms carried to Savannah -
gone, object of sending these men to Cuba wit- up ; :'as to the destination of the vessel? :/I
1851. ; consist of? A. There waS* captain, sailing I Mr. orders such '
have co-operated with General Lopez in Cuba thinks if the men had been engaged in saw Segur giving to carry know of no understanding was not distinctly -
H. T. Titus, Colonel of the expedition, ; there were about one hundred and fifty neb master, one or two lieutenants two engineers arms. informed I had no with
other business than cpnversatina
they were engaged ;
sworn Witness knew any cook and several deck hands.Crossexamined.Q. .
:- the Pam- tat a
not steamer ,
men, or forces, on board the steamer when in they woulJ not got a dollar; Cross-examined.-Q. Da you know what the captain about it but I judged the expedition .
knew vessel 1 Were not the
ptroi a commanded by Captain she arrived at Nassau; perhaps one hundred the money would rot have been collected i if provisions quantity of provisions were received on was bound 'for Cuba from-'seeing
Lewis, called some the and for the use of those men on board
some by Pampero, by and fifty to one hundred and eighty; these they had nut been going away; if they bad board from Jacksonville A. I do not. men come on board at Jacksonville I was
the does know that A. Yes.
; not men were on chore when they received news been going to or New York, Q. Hail the men of Capt Williamson's on board when the vessel received freight ia

the vessel was registered or ,had papers. of Lopez's defeat they ha been landed and witness does 11ulaJelllbJ anything would Q. What was intended with the cannon! comPany ;arras! A. Some few of Captain St. Johns river I saw.some of the hogsheads
The Island
Questionsasked witness beleve A.
: by District Attor- .Where was it to be deposited
encamped they were flat toad of
previously have been received. Williamson's company had guns; there were received at a
Beyobjected to by' claimant's! counsel, andovernifed.yTbe of Cuba.Q. .
left there, becausethey of at"tbe Mills some of the boxes
these boxes Empire
except not many menvQ ft* ;
vessel bonndto calculated be
Were to
was Doboy were disbanded and were disbanded be- VXDER FIRST LIBEL. .ihese pieces and others with
Did the steamer go from the St. John's were marked "H. T.T; a
t.wberi.abe left-Jacksonville! and destined used land! A. were-there were
was cause tbey beard defeat; tlMrves- on They Warsaw! A. No she went into Nassau diamond and T. '
'.zo Cuba- Witness declined of Lpez's John Hopkins, of the Jackson to ; ;
Adjutant &c.
answering certain eel went to St. t land transportation sworn-Questioned btrli- gun carriages but she did not land there;.*%be did not staythere Cross-exarniuation.--UOW do you know
questions.on the ground that it might vie Was there intention to use these pieces
; there \"ert two mountain howitzers onboard Q. hour she then went directto the vessel was the Pampero! How did the
.-Do know the vessel called the over an ;
fcrmrinateinmself.. None.Q. .
) Witness bad command you than land! A.
;' they Were not ready for service; they A. I do. 'anywhere upon Warsaw. name come off? A. I knew her by the
of the vessel from Gen. Lopez-meant com- Pampero 'What done with the saddles can
laid in trunnels was
were merely ; they might State whether hail communication Tbe 'sign on which the'name was
Q. Wbat is her burthen! A.About 3,50 'Q. you any name.
nand of the"passengers board of had &c,? A. I do not know positively I
on her; have been ; almost every vessel carriesone non, from Warsaw with Savannah.. A.< I was pulled off accidentally when the J.

t'4be'right to direct'the movements of the vcs- or- Ise pieces. (Witness decine answering tons.Q.. believe they;were. left at Palatka; I was absent do not know I left for Savannah in the Jas Stone was towing the Pampero out at War

eel; be controlled the movements of the vesttl a question.) There was a By whom was she commanded A., at the time everything was landed from saw. The sign was afterwards replaced. '

for some time, with the absent of the cap.cerved amount of provision*)pnt on b arJ at Jack- By Captain Lewis. the vessel in the St Johns.Q. per.Q.

;'J.i on board, wbic &:setn a.rOft IlOm the honvil'e, before coinc to Thunderbolt; one Q. When did you first see her A..Saw Have you seen these articles A. I In the removal of articles to the Jasper Geo. 'H. S.lIitb. of Jacksonville examined.
: Q. W'ere'youkeat.ployed :
1ac that witness ws entrusted by GeneiJof 1 band of prrk eight or ten barrels of bread, her at Jacksonville, on the 1st of September have. ,, _was everything. done by the authority bv ,District Attorney at Jackson
; last. Q. Were they the same as were on board I 101 Mr. Segur. A. It was. as temporarjiapector
'rith.th att.ec1on. ler witness re- small of '
ori ""board merchandise a a amount f-torgs. Q. Did you learn where- sid-- vessel was the ves'eltA.' They were. I Q. Had Mr. Segur the ownership or rightto rule A. I was on the 30th of Auguitmplace
; : 'passengers, instructed
vind merchandise CrII-uamiued-I was to act from! Q. What quantity,of arms were There! A. control the movements. of the boat! (Ob. of Dr. Holland, who was sick,'1 was"
freight Jacksonville the '
with of Savannah
; in connection Mr. collector.
; the
Col. Hart
.And freight to him took it board Lma A. I she was from About five or six hundred muskets,'between jected to.) employed by *
belonged on Cab
; Gen. Lopez sent Mr. lee. board the ?
for the of to Savannah witb- t witnesS :Q. did Y01Iearn !:(Question sixty and one hundred Yanger rifles 150 Q.Did Mr. Sgqr act as if he were the I Q. Did you goon Pampero
purpose going with instructions from Gen. whm of the
Lpez defence, eliciting mere cutlasses and the two howitzers and twelve owner .of the boat? A. Mr. Segur gave 1 A. I did, for the purpose. seeing papers
definite institutions what lie"should do ,
% directed instruc, objected t' a boat -
acted if the of the
wite.wa t general direction he as he was .
: ;
*rm it at that lime; had no manifests (de. a ( ) might give him; witness : ly hearsay .) : r pound puns. 'of the boat. Q. Did you'eeethepaperst A.'I did Dot. **
I certain the Q. Did you know.how long since the vessel Q. What quantity of ammunition was owner '*
tcHne< questions on
answering bad had verbal and
interviews instructions
seethe saw gentleman
left Cuba A.,I did not. there! Q. Did not every body on board tbe boat I did not captain; ,
round criminating himselfwitness went from Gen. Lopez; .the last interview in the of Mr: Segur as whom I 'at' first supposed to be apqbi' .
Did learn from the captain or other A.J Fifteen of powder, shells, bombs, acquiesce authority
from Thunderbolt after Jackson Q. you kegs '
( leaving he had with Gen. Lopez was in Philadelphia 'and that'the eaptafa Was -
: 1 the owner ,of the boatA.; .. Certainly sir said he was /tOt/
vessel that she from Cuba .
of the kegs'of cartridges
officer was ,
TiDe) to Nassau river and thence Into andt be fifty or sixty secood **
last telegraphedto called
a I !
year ago bin saw was
; tshore'the one
recognized authority
Augs ?' A. It was the understanding; Q. You'speak of this expedition drilling, every man *. '
bp the St Johns.river when his connection and general "* '
witness to come New YQrk, .Q. Did Mr. Segur order the freight to be captain;or sailing master.It' ,
f. )
leatn direct. 1 Nassau state' for what object were p
rlth did not at yon
the b 1a.ted. (Questions asked then he made the relative tocongregating of make known in what"canxei*
arrangements sent back to Savannah A. The portion Q. Did you
claimant'iiltou'object learn from the captain the there. A. 'We wentto Warsaw fronaJack-
Wstriet:JAt rney, io'. which *&c. then said Q. Did.you ? A. 'I did f ask*
jJ nothing carne'on the boat ,
; the sent back to Savannah was sent you ;
a freight ty
vessel in in the riverSt.'John's miles from Savannah,' to
of'ibe coming sonville
..Witn i received inlorma4ion object twenty ,
: ) -
abut .tbe steamer Pampero; she was not his authority. ed him for the'papers he did not exhibit
at Nawan'pf.the' defeat of Lopez this heard of I had that time ? A. Did not. take on board men. The'steamer Jasper by ashore .
; not, at any Q. What did Mr1. Segur order to be done them to me; he said the captairi'WaS ;
other there
found the
from the
Va the Reason wbjthe voyage was not con- authority frnm Gen. Lopezpersonally,. to Q. Did yon learn captain or met us downthere} we men ; with the boat? A. He ordered her back to I reported to the collector be told'me*to go
/fifiarf:Dot inore than half a:dozen were on board the then principal officer of the where it was they were ,bioagbt 'down by the Jasper, could
: go Pampero; she_was not boat Nassau Mr. S. 'told' me- she was to go to back and remain ou board until sea
what 'the land 'them ;
'toard When"be received the Information the intended to land her or was. bat I- did not see Jasper ;
had been : for
; of and. b was'prepared me
thought not purchased; 'was the Mhe
Nissan it the general understanding captain;
then the destination of the.vessel? 4. there and went to Savan ; '
II passengers were all /shore temporarily; this interview at Philadelphia was the last the in at the boat went back by the order and direction to 'go on board,and I'went dp board--1 met-
land her
;-;most bt the passengers were left' at Nassau; personal-interview I ever had with Gen.Lopez I len tha she was to freight Cuba. nah ein'th&Jasper1'I'joiEdtbe' > Pampeto' -Mr. Segur,' but I did not bear him with, Capt. *I Lewis; I asked bins to anow biipapers *.
her destination was -
riI 't1ftnty-fiv :or,thirty came to Jack. immediately went to New.Orleans, Caba ad that NassauSound. had -foar hoars to '
up be
; : ;said'ship the number increased by the'time give the order for' her to go to Nassau to ; he said t't
ftonVme >n the jessel; the freight went ,alsopp..the and allwhness's communications since have QrDi yot"take'uge.ou; Q.'Had do that in*. 1 made that report CoUHarn.
$t.'J hns.a good portion of the raised men A..I _' ,. von arrived at Nassau Sound! A; Yes; probably any body. '
freight been.by letter} witness the to'goin fourl dd. be admitted that it was the case,taal Je naa
wu pflt offat Thnndefbolt,'on the Jasper;sup the Pampero by virtue of an arrangement 'Q: 'wasllyour 'ultimate destinatiqnl sixty or seventy Q. Did Capt. ,Lewis act under. the' ordersof '. ty.four hours to show his papers inh

J .two-thirds of Jhel_cargo,were brought. .",made at Philadelphiawith :Lopezitwas A. Cuba. _', Q'> Was:that :party received. from Savannah Mr Segur! A. He'did. twe urged that I uld'gu'Jan4 remain ombolrdI ;

back toat.Jonns Uver. (Witness was uJed a continual arrangement;' witness did Q.7 Were any freight or ote tkel any particular company! A:Yes; Capt. Q. Who was your leader or military.commander was'uot desirous to-do so, aa it was aa unpleasant *

what the bjpxes contained; that wEre' put off not know what vessel tey'woul goon on board tbe vessel } thing ,rt Williamson's company, of Savannah/ ,' ? A.. *Co L Titus. place th* collector told me should
t-ThaaUrbplL Pedioed answering, as itBughtcnaipaU ;-the authority from Gen. Ipez to i your:personal knowledge' 'A;-Tbere'were.Q. Q. .Were. the: persons '.belonging} to,the Q. "Was" 'he the recognized leader of the keep myc'CyeOfl the '.vessel;J waited the

/ iunuelf.),The place was in hue; his men rtfidy t goat any when .-What :wu'tbedesination.ol these boat encamped' I on shore- at Nassau' V-*.; A. boat! A Be'was; recognized commander twent1- '.:faoar and reported to.the. o!.

'\he vicinity Thunderbolt. A place cal- & action,was. necessary; his men thinJl1, A>I :pres j'; wee deatn, Yes..* I. : T H of the;'men1 not-of' the boat;Capt Lewis lector that the papem bad not beeo-eihihi-
ncr.o and t -;Q.v Were,any additional :arms:furnished bad command of the.boat, though be:could .'**' \ -
ed Warsaw Sonad a short distance below, .bae, been ready ever since, Cuba : .- without-thecon ted to me. t_ --*%: tt' ?\ -\
fiYe.or'sk'Bulei 1 :,W hen .witn'" took Comm bah made tw'or three'attempts'to geto1 :.Q. wha. points were these things received this company A.VThiscompany -had revolvers not; naVe-o 3ere4-'the'boat QuDidUibe 'captai)/.at.anj. -.l
of'jb'iTamperot" was not his, inten- which within the last ., at JacksonviIIeandomethree ;with 1 them,'ah, /some. guns, and" the' sent. bf Mr. 'eur.* ; where tkeesseIcae riamoeb
baTtaile x '
t. 0ne trade between the : been allotted .differentperson.Gen miles below Jacksonville.'*! 'o :'**&' I officers had'swords.- "s -J :Q."Where did'you: 'rt'eeMr.Sefl! you 1M did oot
; bon gbtbthe i ioa matter .. ; Warsaw/wben 1b.e,.gwag .;(!. ; bappear.
,JX.'oh n4 Sivannaly ie*.was",then"en. ; ba the direction of Q.-At wbat place, three miles below' .A. Q;*.Why did 'notthev ssel 1 go, why 'A-'V1eund MrSegur eIto be.very caotiou* that sabjectfFasthere.aftyavqwed.andj *-"?
Gnu abandoned 1A I do not- arrived there he gue'general directions;
k1iw1owastte andwitn ss's 'was object we ; uotorfca*
the ,
; lieasur&excursidnidid not ml.1 < ,Q.
gap' ? I Turn ''this Opplite.S .- Empire Mill.'Q.Wbo1waa'theowner know, the news of the"death of Lopez was be se emed to have control over all, tU
: ;"the. Eatnpen>-eo orders came tWftngb previous to d It matkDmeauojie4ofthaiyef4eJ oft
owner dt.: what did'
abandcaed.itV I .aln regard
I : he eason.I Q light yon youtpartyat
; : of the mill! A. \ : ;
the'command atilIa1Obscte&r33)1connie
many dler; fwaV .haH lb tell who last aflair;:wffiness tts' Cuba! time .JJIJJ.W more as a pleasure day she left Jacks

r .f wl Q.:Dido; 'bear anyne'iafrom that -were
know 1 you \ )
Do :
: t; l1
the vessel not for .r
-.eommu' thiforceeon was 1IefeaceLtir i.
J wrnejsftc iTed Terbal of :- Do erttnly. : from Savannah .else Mr J Segur
".what 'things wirettebi r brought,, wyself.the news partythsjx: any thing ? r-t r\
but Q daa
II<} .N'PD those who placed persons Jiyen'tJlin there 1'' lATbey're taken 'that Lopefc-was token? :4 YU: was,acting as owner of the boat J1j to.):
In bi&mait1ie11.Ob
the first informal also': ; r. A"dispute arose 'snnnat ; : QiVijhatih immediatecause of tbeobj Colonel:Tltusf spoke of' landing ,send* ongoa
:' I'in'-lighters'they 'were in:boxes; yoaanylafuqn-
J.I' 1 ifr. VjUaTcrde in" reference to'wresting : think U 'oh- &e < i "'i.- Q. Dad the captain give.
i &t>*;4 :, q being i ..ab! o edt {At J ,was.'ABdreWiYv ing meta chore; ;: '.md-U'c
Ir :P1Pf&11MpeZSbOntIWQday1 witness, and giving n- there were twitJ.: : the'own erof the ttoo as ta.where tiut **
hir'li1 Jacksonville Q..D4be-uy: ) ; bej i was
in the v

Papeq leltey14age 1 ,- OrJefns'jroincuo ant colonelcy, wb was. .Se- Q.'Da I'do 1 not i1. :was late 1n l' ; battalion/calledJ: 'it ..: : -n boat?;-A; : 'No;;!'merely judged byhis acts,. where she was going OIItb&t JL sailKeWist
.! broug1t1y lJAII versa' i command of the forces; knW'j hi*direc; JDtm.QcJ1I5IIW
;nt giving 'I \ j.. .. thei'subttfission-'of :parties -
'A' "i IJ'
1PA.bJ ;. V aver4-1f..thuec-' oot' his'; IbaU.ctns and authority"were, de- tbe evening. the .. \..,:,t e .,-. .'".\II_. t io.1'- .... :,f tion.! i._ ;: '.."' c.i" 1 ibcz'n- : sbe a&J '.". .
Cro'ss-examjned Were. ..; fj4 ol.Gen. .Lopefd ; 'Lopezentirely,1 as the : 1ace&tkel ( I Was aondhkwto c I did !"
so ,wit4ljpliJjai4nstrncte4.by.Gen the
; V : Questionby prpse.cntipnl p Aypo.Jtnow Q. Pampcro'ro $
the >
Lopezj. .,witness \"t I offlCCTb'WiS; the person' who o board th Papr for pnroB: "-'- .' .' !, j" :* iesAO f t&e. *.,**' !:,.!;!**. r J ? : &i V s* .. .*: ,.*> t.?

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.. nunei; I do not remember that I inquired of by persons other than themselves .A. I sel l' is? tjpid i this 'vessel have ports! A1. 1U BID "iii.B.B. ijtt Hore--i"Errori-Corrected.- arly nominated e''.ta'o theeracyinl848 D

the captain or' other officer what vessel it think $96 waJvthe,amount. .....A ([Witness described a naval vessel., ) ..I think Hd' remain satis ;
".. was; I thought it was the Pampero, as the Q. Did thesef. persons t"ke.pas sagi :.in; the _b e had no'ports. :.jj 'V..' "\ ,.r.\ : :.till professes] For office of Treasurer

Pampero had been expected at Jacksonville Pampero A i lpresnme; they all Iwent(;onboard f; -lQ..iWu thei :'tinythingUo, 'preeri thVPamperp If :? ACKSQNSrItILE; f N' f edwfthitidetek; t of: he Northern Democracy editor tie of abolition Bl Wtkk

for several_ days. ; I saw several go<:inSboardfthey';'all from::.pTerhauIinr., and robbing!! ', _______ : \' and still refers tajblote of Johnson Jr. an pspcr;

Q. Did you see the captain after yon went disappeared froth my ho.useahbe: j,'time,(them .vessel at sea?- A.., There was-hot; it. T 1day, November,'4 20,.1831. 'irT"i :Penniyivania'"as
o.n: board the Vessel the second time, and be Pamper sailed. ight depend upon the re1ative'peed of the ttt1il' Because ton, 'who has any. h ideatifei with
told you he had twenty-four hours in whichrto Q. Were you ever an arbitrator, in this vessels; the Atlantic steamers not unfreqoently ."THE CIRCUIT COURT for this county, tionist cast for a Free.si ; the slavery agitation,

-show.hia papers A. I saw.: the captain, case, between Mr. Segur and other claimants run, down small vessels, and. yet } ;o. '.THOS. Douous presiding, commenced the,vote Js, large, .the ,News:.argues nefficiency'at.the" ad: thrcugi w-

.. and told him I had been on board his vessel (Objected by claimant. Allowed byCourt. they are not vessels of war. r its sitting Monday last. that it most the-olJ Whig vote, although Mayor o SJ76
to Me'his papers be did not give me much .) A. Yes. : District Attorney stated be had evidence it't is not- -: paper says, "the largest arshall the".United.:

satisfaction; I did not go on the vessel at the Q. Was this arbitration in reference" to hat the Pampero had. .overhauled a small Hon. E. C. CABEIL left Tallahassee, on, astlat for'a candidate inPennsylvania.11 maimed byanarniedmob i the
end of the twenty-four hours: I saw the cap- the Pampero, or to tbis'case whatever! A. vessel at'iea: He wished to'know whethershe a brief'tour into,.a portion.of' the Eastern Whig evr polled execution of the rs
.. .rate'.on* shore; I became satisfied, from what It was. was in a Condition to do the same IhUigl oritesonlhe! ; :: ; Nothing can he more uncertain ln.of ;

,I could see, be did not intend to exhibit hispapersCaptLewlsdfd Q.'Vas the agreement arbitrate, in writing -. .. Q. By the. Court.-When the Pampero 9th, previous resumIng his :than deducing the characterof, parties For; Attorney Gn rJ, Eevi S. CJ

; not'say much as to ? A. It was.!! went to Thunderbolt, if she had had sufficient -! post in Washington. He arrived: at Pi olata l lb by,the,recapitulation:of gnres., In Pennsylvania who, tt the1 previous election'of.

I 'bis; japers.the other officer onboard told me Major C.hf.: Cooper a citizen of Jacksonville coal on board, would she have been y the boat on Monday night'last, and proceeded the vote for both parties T has teen cere, wrote a letter

.that a:J>ox had been knocked overboard, and i called-Examined under Libels Nos. 1 in a condition bland a body of men in a foreign to St. Augustine. lie wairexpectedin the slavery en o
that'the papers! were in iti; Capt.Lewis avoided and 2-Questions by District Attorney.- country! Ai I knowof no impediment. largely increased, that for Bigler a well as in agitti'

;' '< giving answers to my questions. Have you in youi possession, a paper submitting Court-State whether the Meamer did not i Jacksonville on Wednesday. that for Johnson.while the latter falls far below Whig Pennsylvania hive,Aowa that

OCTOBER, 14,1851.. to an arbitration a question between. go at a pretty good rate by burning wood. TRIAL OF CAPT. CLAHK. 'that of Gen.Taylor.. So that it is useless sacrifice their party to,the Constitution

<-j f* ;. LIBEL KO. 1. Mr. Segur and other claimants, in reference A. ''I think she did; I think her speed was The trial'of this gentleman, our: fellow to say one is 'the legitimate Whig and the ;, and 'we think we. )iye:"pointed
the A. I have. about eight or ten miles an hour the officerson :
to Pamper ; out" the instance in which
.'Andrew: Johnson, one of the Jacksonville Q. :Will you produce that (Paper I. board stated that she'was not adapted to townsman, occurred at the term of Nassau other the Democratic vote, a at present Whigs,at a party
battalion, called-Q. by District At tortwy. produced and first examined by claimant.) burn wood; that she consumed so much county Circuit Court on Friday the 14th summed up. That Gov. Bigler received aid bye at let expressed 1i"1

.-Do you know the .steamer called the Claimant's counsel objected to the introduc wood she could not carry enough. : I inst., and we are very much gratified to learn from Whigs is beyond question-bow much I the Fugitive Slave law, and .i it
Pampero?! A. I know a vessel by that name. tion'of The evidence on the of the libellant nation to abide by it."
said irrelevant. District
as part without '
U On what did first said paper : that be was.acquitted any difficulty, it is impossible to ascertain. That it is so,
Q. see vessel here closed.
day No
you witnesses presentedby
the Court were
Attorney proposed submitting to We do not do in
)? -A. On Sunday,*ilie 31st of August. he I submission to arbitration separate: from claimant. Court adjourned until next dayat I after a full hearing of the t stlmony. The and that Biglet's success may reasonably be more reply t t&r'fact I *"

, .. ; Q. At what place?! A. Jacksonville. the accounts accompanying it, or any proceedings 10 o'clock. I i indictment upon which he was tried'was for attributed to it,we need do no more than I and figures praeU. t us by the. NeW,.

II'. Q. Did you connect yourself with her in"any under the arbitration. Paper submitted OCTOBER, 1851. I manslaughter ; and the defence was justifiable refer to the Philadelphia News, a staunch I from the Unio rrere t(Se _
? I did.
-. Q.way In what A.capacity A. A volunteer to to the Court. Counsel for claimant On this day the counsel for claimant presented homicide. We are informed that the National Whig paper, to establish. This I in Ohio, than to present a an

"Cuba. again objected to the introduction of the paper his answers to the counts'and libels, testimony was so clear that the council for paper, while made no direct opposition to extracts-the first from the &tf&ntra*

Q. With'whom did yon. volunteer to go! and as private a matter feeling involving and as private occurring concerns after and to the interrogatories filed b y. libellant.\ l the defence.did not cross examinethe witnesses Johnscro in the canvass, has no tears for his which our neighbor will endorse
The Court then adjourned, and set down the lu
A.With Captain Cobin. the expedition was broken up. District Attorney case for a further hearing on the first Monday of the State, nor introduce any testi. defeat, ad arrays a list of names highlyhonored authority than the CBWMI-aad the
Yille.Q. did you join? A. At Jackson- claimed a right to the use of the submission in December. Messrs:' Charlton and mony, and that the jury were not absent and conspicuous Whigs of the from aoot.ber journal of congenial agaifa

Q- Was the Pampero the vessel that was as signed by Mr. Segur,and! as containing I Ward, of Georgia, and Putnraro and Mclntosh from their seats more than twenty minutes.; Keystone State, who jjobly withheld thei; S far a the Cpri is.concerned admissions' by him, separate from I of Florida will for New York
''to carry yo to Cuba! A. It was the one I and without reference to the subsequent proceedings claimant., appeat'proctors' The prosecution was conducted by Col. J. P. approval of the position of the State Convention Evening Post. I ought to .

was toldT | under the arbitration. The claimant Sanderson, Solicitor of the Eastern Circuit, and its prinC'pal nominee. W c ade. however by way of comment
Q. Did you learn where the Pampero was again urged the irrelevancy of the whole '. and MCIntosh <- of the claim of the Union of intactne ( Qp
(rom, from the officers at Jacksonville! There were two libels one for..violationof McQueen Esq., and C.A. M. point also,to the charges Harrisburg te i
Court decided that Ohio
'Objected to byclaimant..) A. I learned writing. anything'going. the Revenue law of-1703-sections 8 and Mitchel, Esq., of Marion county, were counsel Johns'* organ-in ano Democracy, that tr' Governor re*
show the and intent of this Aticnov.
to object ex
( petition elect Mr.
i from the captain the last. place was Key in which the Pampero was engaged, 32, and the other forviolation of the Neutrality for the defence. ther place, which' utters its maledictions: Wood, in lt aawal m
acfof 1818section The libel
3. to the Ohio
.West. i was pertinent testimony; the submission to un The result of this trial must give great L against Mers. Webster and Fillmore, for sage Lslur
, hoard dibitration er the Revenue act charges that the steamship -
Q. lIomany went on at Jackson-1 the amendment
al i is, therefore, proper evidence forthe satisfaction to Capt. Clark, since it their their influence against'Johnson or the
vile! A. About evellt%-fh't'. j I ; District show what Pamp ro left New Orleans with a coasting assures wielding re F.i
to Slave
Q. Were thpall bound to Cuha., as far a? [ the : Attorney, as going about, and to show i license, and without giving up her enrollmcnt him of the favorable judgment of his fellow and thus emboldening national Whigs lat I
parties were talking
..'you know A. Ves. j. whether the arbitration had ajiy reference to and license proceeded on a foreignvoyage citizens, and to his numerous friends, who I to consummate his defeat. I Fo the Souther* Pnu.

Q. Tl'as there any merchandise of any dc.tAcriptionputnn I{ the District claimed the to the.island of Cuba.. have always believed him justified in the OJo and Pe.1...
.. .-. board at any place hesi.'e.s ; Pampero. Attorney To the courts in this libel, claimant, inhis Our cotemporary is quick to perceive o'ur The return from Oho are decisive ol the
to the submission to
right present as going unfortunate affair in which he
. .;. : :Jacksonville1 A. Yes. show the extent in which Mr. Segur was answer, alleges that the Pampero did not, was involved. want of perspicuity ; and while he has this re-election of Go*. Woo o tin

,. .' Q. At what point! A. Three miles below I concerned in the Cuban expedition. Court on the fourth day'of August last past, as alleged An 18-Founder. reason to account for our alleged discrepancies tic ticket. This rsult in D 1
' .c. l in the libel from the of u
'Jacksonville. proceed of Mr. and his
coalition Chase
port ,
decided in favor of the of the and first Frl
at I Ia
admissibility by.it naturally explained
New Orleans with intent make foreign Our old friend and distinguished ex-incum s "
to with the
Q. Wbatquantityt A. Nearly a flat load. submission. Claimant's counset asked that a herents, Dmort. Go,. "
.. Q;Of what did this merchandise consist! | the whole be placed on record by voyage, but that her immediate destination, bent of the Sheriff's office of this county, remark at the close of our article,on the is a Wilmot Prvis ma in 0.

A. Arms. Court, and papers taken together, as including any. on leaving New Orleans, was the port of 'signifies his remembrance of us, on relin conduct of the Pennsylvania Whigs, suddenly Free-soiler, and so.are svr of the parties
When did the veffel leave! The I Jacksonville, in the State of Florida and the Democratic .
Q. A. ; misinterprets and it his on
evidence in favor well Mr. Se presents
: as as against quishing his functional honors, as follows]) a tcet.
that he does not know of his
2d September. says own In Pennsylvania is
i ur. (Parties agreed subsequently to especial ground of objection. In ele
g separate remarking G
under date 16th inst.
whether did :
knowledge the said
S Q. Did yon, as one of the passengers, con. the and that the being the steamship nor-against Johnson and the
papers, paper I hyo
the of
cider yourself as starting for Cuba! A. At I submission to arbitration should only be re or did not, make a foreign voyage. Further, "I send you as a present a small specimenof upon course parties Pennsylvania the Fre-sile. Governor Bigler, bwee
that time we were starting for Wilmington ceived.) claimant says that the Pampero was duly a Hayti potatoe (which weighs precisely the evident tenor of our article was to compare most have received a pod many Frl
island Warsaw inlet. registered: at the port of New Orleans, and 18 did this rI Wilmot himself
or pounds or morning, although the Whigs of that State with their;r votes, as hi
>Q. Was that the termination of your voyage Colonel Buffington again called. not licensed and enrolled, as alleged, and L there is a hollow in it,) which you will 1 in Massachusetts. Our From the Sppr
A. No. Q. By District Attorney.-Did Mr. Segurappear that she was a duly registered vessel when I please accept from your friend, &c., opponents comment ventng PO.
Q. Where did you expect ultima.telytogo? before yon as one of the arbitrators?! she left New Orleans. If it be.true that the I JOHN G. SMITH.P. reduced to a sort of syllogism, were The Democratic candidate for Geo

A. The destination of the boat, as I under.: A. Yes. Pampero did proceed on- a foreign voyage S. The potatoe was by t this effect : The Whigs of Pennsylvania has succeed in Ohio, a'Whig .
Q. Were statements made by him as i instead of grown MxI cndidate acceptable the Fret-
any which
to Jacksooville
.stood, was Cuba. going respondent (or enough of them to im t
Paul Masters, East side of the St. i accomplish so soil
?! and
to the and destination of the Pampero
object does not admit but the libel. generally supported by
Q.-WHat did the boat go Wilmington I [Witness declined to the puts few miles below Palatka, East Florida.N. port an object) have repudiated alliance them,prty. back to the Executive chair
'.. Inland for! A. To take in more volunteers, answer question, l lant upon proof thereof, he says she was a by
.4 provisions, and coals. and stated the arbitration only concerned the still duly registered. B. Capt. Blankenship will deliver i it with Freeslers, and thereby defeated t abQut fifteen thousand majority-a.very remarkable

'. Questions by the Court-Was it the inten- arms, and not the boat.] The libel, under the Neutrality act, charges to you." an unsound Whig nominee for Governor and significant victory! n

1 J.' :itio, having taken these in, to proceed to Q. When you were called upon to arbitrate I Ii that certain persons were concerned in jilting This was accompanied with the veritable The Democrats and have Whig candidate, Mr. Vinto is one of

' SCuba! A. It was; after tve had taken thesein ,i were there any statements made by- I out armies, and furnishing the steamship esculent, brought in charge of Capt. Blan cemented Free.soier open class called Union men-e who would
.' ; we were to start. Mr. Segur as to bow the arbitration took : Pampero, with the intent that said vessel ly I coalition, and are goingon never reform a wrong or redress a existing

Q..Where is Thunderbolt! A. On the place! /ibout the arms! A. There were. :. should be employed in the service of the. kenship, and forming a big item of the car to reap their reward of the spoils, in grievance, or repeal or change a bad law,

-.'. : "vest side of the Sond., three to five miles I Q. Was there any statement made that disloyal inhabitants of the island of Cuba, go of the Welcka. The weight is exact, Massachusetts. I The Whigs of Penn unless there was a goodparty reason for I

(from Wilmington Island. these arms were for the liberation of Cuba! to commit hostilities against the subjects and and the measurement 2 feet 6 in diameter, by: sylvania have acted nobly when comparedwith All that atthmet to the Cpf

Q. Did you have communication the A. There was. property of the Queen of Spain.f 18 inches long. We don't know by what the measures for the cit f.done
Democrats of "
Q. Who made this statement! A. Col. The the same State for him and against
hore answer the
A. We did. simply negatives allegations
Titus.made this statement. optics the Captain got at the "hollow in it," Our intent in a State where the have j
. -. 4L What'Ss the name of .the place? A.Wilmington charged in this libel. was perceived by our neigh yet Whigs mor
Island. Q. What was this statement! A. The In answer to the interrogatories!, respondent for the vegetable is certainly without specs. bor, and a kindly fling about our perspicuity than half the votes, he i left i a rnottifying

Q. Did any other men volunteer.with Cap arms Q.; were understood taken from Mr.to Titus'the arms mill. were submits a certificate of registry, granted I Be that as it may* nobody will dare say might perhaps have been well enough ; yet minority. _ _ .
tain Colvin. you say on the 3d of June 1851.
A. Yes. "small
Q. How A. About carried up the river after the abandonmentof Respondent states that he isthesoleowne potatoes" to us now. The specimen now upon the conclusion quoted alone he it As our nei hb of the News claims su

thirty.Q. many twenty-fore or: the expedition! A. I did; Mr. Titus of the said Pampero, and that no other'person can be seen upon our "round table," as they: forced to base his whole exception to on credit the Northern

claimed to hold the arms until he should be has interest in her direct say in Savannah. claim of credit for the prior Demo O
..Did you feign any roll A. I signedone I reimbursed he had any or indirect, Whigs of Pennsylvania of their alleged support of the Compromise
roU. money paid. or otherwise that of eaid vessel hat
; no part
Q. Were other'statements made either We learn that Mr. Louis ROSSIGNOL as distinguibe from Massachusetts -as their having out
"" : any by been sold by him other C 6
; jl-.Who was the commanding officer of Jo any person, eon .
'! .,. ."ihVcolumn. A. I understood Colonel Titus going to throw light upon the objects ditionally or otherwise,' since his purchase of Palatka, has nearly completed, in Sa issue of maintaining the compromise" constitutes

-. i .- Q..Were arms distributed to the men! A. of the Pampero! A.I cannot say there were. thereof. vannah, a new steamer, intended to run reg We must dissent in toto from the whole their fidelity "the Constitution

;-. .. .,There' were some at Jacksonville. that Q these What arms did Mr.were.Segur or on Mr.board Titus of say the Respondent has not the log book in his ularly upon the St. John's, as far as Enter: of the following paragraph, without wishing the South"-we should be happy t I

. l.. "JQ.'Q.:'How Rowmany?did A.the One box box.contain! A. Pampero for! A. Mr.put Titus nid they were certifi possession a.i of, nor registry any other exhibited.papers,To except the best tb< prise. It is to be very neatly fitted out and we will again take occasion to say, to if the News h chg it opinion of those-

.. .. '"Fifteen or twenty.many to be carried to Cuba; this was before the ar of his knowledge and belief, no addition was furnished, and is well adapted( in size to the be the apologists of any party at the North: measures. It co-laborer in the

'"'';*.."''-:: -j Q. What company bad these arms? A. bitrators.Crossexamination.Q.. made to the crew and equipment of the yes trade and travel for which such a boat i is I All we contend for, and wht no candid South of those who bitterly opposed the com

V.Captain. Col viu's. what Please state at sd. Respondent{ declines"answering several 1 demanded within the river. It will be finished man of any party can deny, that while promise. It ha characterized measures
time the board !
was paid t
1 Q; Were these arms used at the time! A. money you interrogations, being apprehensive his answers the great mass of the Democratic party at with harsh .
. : ''. They used the a1'DUl10 drill. A.On the morning the Pampero was to leave, may subject him to some penalty 01; early next month, and strangers will the Nor is true to the Constitution and the epitet u. W iaat
. t.. .. Colonel Titus paid me a draft on Mr. Lama, forfeiture. States that Lewis whose then have additional and superior facilitiesfor a loss to see "
; Q. Who drilled the men! A. No one in one 501th part, or a verysmall fraction, of a eoe o
:- ,particular; some three or four persons. of Savannah, which came back protested L; Christian name he does not know. was mae visiting the beautiful region of the upperSt. the Whig party isjo. to not one of the them by a Northern party eDt a.

.,. Q.. Who distributed the arms! A. No Jacksonville and Mr. Titus which afterwards gave me a draft on ter of said ship.KoMtilh John's. Free States in the late election, has the reason for their defence by the same press
.' the box was accepted; Mr. Ti Whig! party come out on the of maintaining
.tone was who
. ; open; every one wan- isle now. This phenomenon
"" tus paid about four hundred mar.
me altogether
Med te A Different the D e
arnp to drill with took his own. dollars. on Board the nlll.llapp Compromise, suppressing much
Q.Were all i is within the agitation, which is the Ioblviusnes"-t may evince M
iLe men on board the vessel recollection of many how not case with the
lirnished Q. Do you know whether the people of The Express has a letter from a correspondent Democrats. In good memory and a"fixed set of
with I
(1. arms A. know for
they between
were.Q. .Jacksonville raised anything by subscription on board the Mississippi, from whichwe : an Mr. Fillmore and- Mr. Pennsylvania instnc prp.
What were the arms distributed! A. they fors, but we are not able to discover
Muskets. to pay these amounts! A. not to my know take the following extract relative to the Johnson was charged at the nomination of muster Whig OTro

Q. Where and when were die arms distrjbuted I- ledge. private character and habits.of Kossuth: the latter for Governor of Pennsylvania. very issues. In Free-sier., on in the New in such a cur.HWV BHM ta .VCorrtspanJtnce .

? A. I think it was at Nassau Sound I, claimant McQueen called Mcintosh, Esq., counsel for I have never met a gentleman who at first could quote passage after passage, written York, the Democratic party is divide apart of the ffev York HefaU.WASBraoroN
at the of the District
.on our return from Nassau inlet. request acquaintance impressed me more favorably.His adopting the Free-soil the
the editorial ISSL
by of Mr. ,
Were Attomey.-Q. Were you on board the manners are and opposers Whigs. But do 0 I
Q. they used there in drilling! A. exceeding easy engaging we not know of any State
Yes. Pampero when she was seized! A. I was, ; he is dignified without haughtiness, affirming his endorsement of Mr. Johnson. -and if there is such we would be glad to Despatches have been received a Navy

Q. Wbeji j'ou arrived at Nassau, did you Q.take Did not Mr. Segur request Dr. Hollandto and familiar without outstepping; the boundsof We take the following from the Harrisburg have it pointed out-in which the Department abroad,which from highly respectable somewhat Americans

remain on the boat or go on (shore A. I notice that the Pampero had a coasting prudence! expresses himself correctly, American, Gov. Johnson's organ which as a party, expressed their Whig to the, a C
shore license! A. Mr. Segur stated that the and all his remarks pertinent and interes with the hay dampen I bo.
went on and staid there. are tells how much Mr. Fillmore slave law, and their de.
Q. Did the volunteers remain vessel bad had a coasting license, but he did ting. The dignity which he has maintainedin sympathised termination abide by it." suth.The. despatches .m.b J h
.hoard generally; en not then know where it was; in my presence, his reminds of the in the election, and how many tears he will t Congress by the President,*. eli
forcibly O
or go on shore! A. They captivity me The '
.. .on shore. eacamped Mr. Segur said to Dr. Holland, I surrenderto case of Napoleon. But the homage' \ shed over the defeat of that gentleman : great mass of the Democratic partyof portunity.

". Q.Ho.v far was. the shore frara where the you this boat; Mr. Segur invited Dr. Hol Kossuth receives from his follows is the voluntary "In 1848 the Whig: National Convention the North" has no superior claims to devotion At the last Ivice the Mississippi wisit
.".** ,. !bpaxwaaj.' A.. About fifty yards. land on the quarter deck; stated that she had expression of respe'anlt admirationof nominated Zachary,Taylor and Millard Fillmore to the Constitution or the South over suth's wher known will remain tilt E

. .Q.: Were: Ihf men, while on shore, enraged left New Orleans for the port Jacksonville; the man. as' the standard bearers of the Whig the Whig party. It was with a large pleasure to this i a regards
I do coming
.In f any.kind. /JlIan uvrlDg or drilling! A. not distinctly nd. positively say he His Captains take their turns in daily attending party in that contest. The nomination of of the Democratic m doubtful. cunt.whic is excl
JiYes.. said she bad a coasting license, but certainly hIs person, and at nght; sleep before Gen. Taylor was effected after a hard strug party, .headed by John

"?* p.;What werou waiting there for A. that she had a license; I joined Mr. Segur, the door of his room. They invariably rise: gle. William F. Johnson was a member of Van Buren and countenaJe by Martin Constantinople, a corresponpence passed'

...\ 10.t .,For more volunteers ; at his request, at Jacksonville, and went up when he enters, and uncover bemselves that convention. It was at his ssggesfton Van Buren that heresy of Fre'e-soilism and Commodore Morgan,
...*> Q..How long did remain there! I to Picolata; we there found Dr. Holland; he when he speaks to them. We have in all that the Pennsylvania delegation cast their This heresy has which the latter distinctly informed Kostata
you there told Dr. Holland origina spread, until that hL orders did not authorize him
'"-- -Two three days. that he intended to fifty-eight exiles on board, and though their votes for Millard Fillmore. In consequenceof 1 J
... Q. Did you get'any .word About Cuba surrender her Mr. Segur proceeded up to apartments somewhat confined they have that nomination, Mr. Fillmore was elected yan Burn has brought the more the vessel go t Southampton n where

pwhile you were there! A. Ye. Palatka with Dr, Holland; t proceeded up to the good sense to appreciate our position, Vice President, and in consequence of sound portion of the New York Democracy suth desired lnd ot orders W

'. .Q.,What was It? A. That Gen. Palatka in the St. Mathews;and then all proceeded and that they cannot all expect luxurious that election, he is now the President of the into compromise and cooperation.In simply to afford passage to this C
'f/twas taken,'and his command. Lopez up in her to Dunn's creek, and there quarters. We are, causing great excitementhere United States. After the convention ''ad the State of New York the try. At Marseilles, the ship 1 toastaatrr
occurred what I before stated. wherever At the Whig party surrounded by i :
Q. What effect had that we go. Smyrna, journed in 1848, Wm. F. Johnson becamethe bot.file an et
upon.the.expli! Question by Major Putnam, claimant's American Consul h come out on the issue of and
ShI4s .,.t3pnKtA That.checked and brdkjs it came off with a request Whig candidate for Governor of this maintaining populace te autorit.hatto. 1
. .Crou-uanunUion-Q.! up..a1" counsel.-You were on board the Pampero, from the diplomatic corps ,that we should State. canvassed the State with unti the Compromise.1" In Hs late &plator" eeons prevent Capttia

* .P't r.taJaa'oB board at'fTarsaw Ifasanyioal at Jacksonville A. I went on board after leave the harbor, as the place is overrun : ring industry, and it was.due to his efforts it expressly Mr. Long entte Koutb'D toccmpio1iS
while you the boat bad been in the'stream at Jacksonville with refugees rom'all I countri the ; endor message the .aaaifct*
and excitement mainly that flag by issuing
? .(''etelyiag'th ere t, A. No. ; Pennsylvania voted for Gene- which high
..-.'. ".Q. Any perhaps the second day; I was onboard among them was most intense. > At I ral Taylor and Millard Fillmore, there tk ground in favor of toes and exciting the Bat'little attention -
provisions A. Yes. the pofl.
twice.Q. Spezzia, we were surrounded with boat loadsof an Comprmis and which the Washington however he" .
": .? .Q. Where did from JFarsaw i by then the President and President was reqaeit.Kossuth
td....; Jj. you go, A.Nassau. h.S State whether the vessel was armed Italians,. crying "Viva Jossuth-Viva! of the United States.-Ho* does Mr. Union now good authority with our neigh makes no secret of. his intentions
' and equiped &c., as if for a foreign expedition Hungary! 'Viva the two sistersr Italy and Fillmore bor said being to raise funds in aad Fnoo
: .JiQ: Weie those arms received at Jackson'rf requite these efforts?-We was worthy to be written "in let England *
,:ville- or was she in a condition to go on a Hungary!I" &c.: Geneva, steamboat loads the public. Mr..Fillmore wilHel ( of for the purpose of atakinAnstrinl. t"volutionizing
! ,received'from on shore or from the boat cruise, or to commit hostilities we eve gold. In Mr. Fillmore
"' :.A.From on' \shore. against any were preparing.to comedown -to us, but; personally hostile toGov.1ohnson. be- the sustaining Europe; and it was tiuaaYQ'F' .
" 9ot people? A. I do not think she was in a were prevented by the Government. Kossuth he is New York declared I ed intention which induced th. Frejwi authorities
... .Q::lFno'irigifaMited them? A. No one I liev too honest a man, utterly to for- Whigtmpbaticaly
found ihe box, and took: ,.my' arms mytwlf.Quchtiou .;; for to such been used, by any possibility seems mostgr4efuLtaxirouutry4or: sake and seek to ruin the men and party .ta in favor of e Sav law; for to refuse him permission tft 0Marseilles.He *?.

Ly the O>urt.-:,Jf'ho told you Q. She any.was not purpose.armed and equiped as a the interest we have taken in them, and fully whom-be owes his present placer" But w from the time of his mea t the.late outrage assumes the ail" .Q -.
appreciates beautiful ,
jtq take them:* ;.4.. Some of'the volunteers cruiser A. She was not. the compliment 'as do know that he retains .in his Cabinet a at Syracuse the enforcement of that qnerer-not of a exile.
well: .as the distinguished honor done him in man who publicly and within The will wait M
the. .
limits Mississippi
: Col-SCuIitig1n, a citizen of Jackson. Q. Was there any cannon on her A. I placing a national vessel at his O law has cmmnde his most vigilant efforts from wI"
*V disposal. our own State, expressed an earnest Kouth her England, r
: .rUle Qder second libel. think not I other 1
; swonv ; saw no cannon except He yesterday remarked hoP -as the he
."I recent desires :
". "' to me: hope Gov. Johnson would be defeated.. wite instructions t cme herevsjjvwflreonTTT.him } .
iQu tions by the District Attorney-Do some put on board by Lieutenant Merchant the American anundoubtedlact
people do'npt do me this Mr. Crittenden and if not she will remain her its..
.'v'mide.in Jacksonville? A. I do. after her surrender. honor great and is within the knowledge to the law officers at Syra ; at
';, there about the of Q. Was she in condition merely from motives of humanity, of many of the best citizens of cuse.' The Democrats of New n'cn. He will only .visit t eoaatrjr. how.
... .were 1st Sep. a' to go to sea! because I am an exile and prisoner; others DANIEL WEBSTER is Pennsylvania. York, in ever to raise the means & **,
( then and after A. A. She had coal. THE MAN WHO HAS '
ember I no
; was. have been prisoners, and unfortunate framing'a'platform at the time W-
as same and
J : Q.-Y0U were there when the Pampero I Q. State whether, instead of the word )license j. myself;,but I hope they recognize in me the as THUS DEETE TIE >WHIO PARTY OF THE place with_the revotiona. prj" and not t malt I
in .the AMD PLOTTED TO SECURE THE WhigS a resolution
<:tame in? A. I wax. conversation with Dr. Hollandon representative of DEFEAT rejecte .

''." Q. Oa what day did she arrive A. Sun. ,the boat, Mr. Segur did not say proper I have periled fortune a great, principle life,, and, for country.which" OF but ITS we.NOMINEES.know it to-be We true say and this with.repf pledging support of t e Fugitive law, and NE YORK, Nor. 14.-Thi i DemOc'

.,$ JT evening e last of August or IH of paJlrderBl A. I did not, bear; him use those He seems particularly anxious on-this point. people of the. ,State, to we nd merelyrCaffirmed ,the vague slavery resolution is successful : Dey"a c.Se
;; .' c :- I can hardly:tell what I under that of the Baltimore platform ficers
. you a great' interest through the hostility of ,
'. "'t. Wn there not a.Jarge numebr of vol. Question by District Attornef ;-rrVou state this man awakens in all of us.. I never meta ster, the Whig party of Pennsylvania men like Mr. Web e"Fugitive'law"wa in,:existence., .pa. befpn \ a eet.VUUGN, NOT. ''J4.- t1
-. ; Jacksonville. for Cuba ..4..I uneeretood the vessel was not in a condition to commit man who possessed a greater fund of m is now ,
general a, minority. JJf dition this more Judge SharkeT
? action of the
Cutl hostilities what do yoo'mean hostilities F'mol w, and vat t ; Convention'the
fytywwt by and
; knowledge, who would, with:'so aware cfthv. caM immediately to and *!
*' .Q..I"'ere thus: not* large number of these A. I understand by that, a vessel'capable of little apparent effort, completely carry you he is. responsible ostil4g. far, therefore, Democracy of Tammany Hall. la on tb, or immediate IYB Mr.1bt*

person?tber.# rouJtiottefi,, whose board committing overt acts of violence, and making away with bin until you feel,his .own en schemes for the results of these table resolutions in aapfO of Compro re t. o Sjaalsa M :

t f&I pai4 1 ::41Vlli captures at sea.. ,. thusiasm. *". we* leave. a candid, public to' judge." mise. This i is the w"ay rthat.; t a inter a Aec, .ehau M
M M M party the
: II.Q.; Who pat4 thaw toaidf (Objected to Q.: You, went on' board at Jacksonville; His conversational J On BMMVMMMWMMMO* < -* r" h bn infor -
.. ] pO\\'ers'are Wrraordi- 'the.occasiqn. qf the marriage of'Gen North.V maintains ? the Compromise. Judge bkt. cn, .
witb did ;
\ytJaii4t'soegsel.) whom board), .
I you converse on A nary; his ideas always parUlca'r'ol erl '
,9.' V stb/Jr" ; board not paid by some perr With several",with the engineer: they were i lime, and 'after, ordinary :conversation' the ,ubi fevf Twig V-hoys on Wednesday thought it moraine to last' a In the same State the Democratic Convention NEW ''YORK, NO 11.LJt
proper give "
you .
tttoertbih toensejves' Cuban vofun- .. !
VWM as repairing tbe.engine rn'noxrin.tioz Steam frigate
: frequently fee tboso emotions 'wlich' are biro a/ benefit of the gut \ p'reyious to. the late &
f>te n>' ((Objected. Court: :admitted Q.'Did you come,down the river in that usual l after listening'to lolt o( the Crcr..Jorte poor Iec cir by ,the Mayorfrom.Xeiidt' 5
:Cloqend. I p gratified to that whose
boat A. 1 say 9r'm course. .has, be > came down Picolata. .
.1laeton- have jut beard that there the amount demanded, hundred any nt importance'.b3dP"
ta a about one dollars o
: QJVbopaidAeboard, .of these, persons, Q. What motive power did she,use?> A. the French Government giving Kossnth uuuv per' was promptly;banded and was imme, thing y true t the Conattutn'a teSoth. him to to to Loa h 1lWJU"! :.
,1L Y" she It NewYork'
CoJo e1.Titai. Steam; then '.used :.wood: J think I saw mission to nominatedJiidge '
pass through France In 'that ; to .needy.-Pensacola ser L:
. 4 .t:: '<8.How;many were.there .t3rOUT house the men firing with wood; think they,took ease we go directly to,..Gibraltar and wait di.ateldiltibutd : :of'the' of'Appeals, AI i- presses' great gratitude for 'thesbowi' ,
./.pr ritu tb the Iailm'Qf the Pampero A. I in wood at .j>jcoIatai; I do not think she bad there until Kossutb returns1 /rom. That anderS' Johnson Cuit him on foanl the Mii'FP' =.
England. .4 t the true
," was tact of an.old soldier. anactivO'suppotr
:f&xat. forty or fifty.' any coal on board. We shall probably be in Ntw 'York, about Charivari o Long' aMth. other od1.
/}. Tu: what. amount. was their! board paid t). Do yon understand what a naval ves the 15th ol Novetnbtt. complimentary.roost not always be considered un Val Baren and 'Adams, i in ppot tp ment of 'difficulties .
a. '
Cass and Wm. O. Bttlr regtt 4 IU tb. ._

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R .Geow I M.ad 4 P.M.-oa&m4a1'anit W. "" *% I SUBSCEIBER iaforsu the il .eta,.Oc1M f"Ite
TIThE nspeetfaay
"ar.. .; t.'he.mployecl ; Di.Aaa1 ler"N YJIriria days,and will be closed hereafter 011 ln.day and I., .jtGBHEBAX. :. : l geninal that ttlsHoasa wffl be all ="tI
a# bieeiiInd eDt force to ron his V T V TbunIdtynlgbt at S 0'e1oek. : Vc comxissxoarnxncttASTS.Comer =sad prepared for the neeptioa Board- !C8.-.thtr'Z:
,. bi..oa J 'NP&10 : The& ni ADd W tem V I mtd aaacIrIL U is tai c. ta to
D. Puluki:J Tnes at: oa I .Say. _StrutsSAVANNAH ,- first day.0 October xt-4uving =
until the demand, for,
811 aVi5ght ; Hon D.L Yule., Geo Coiil1V The iVtod Fridar ,by 1*' .? .j GA. V** about five fcaadnd feet front wKh paaaria Croat --ofh L'trItU Ie. a: : .
.j1-i.i1 etpplied.'This demand, which .- V Southera Mail (by Steamboat)' m ba and rear, making It as ,evmfbrtabk say House ,
for time been Del'rGe. Brown; nafterat U o'efock.A. .M. aid the: mat BOSTOK.. JOBK u. crair.October ... ia the Southland will be aide to aceoauaodate vantages Of tborou5h seS6m It'tkjsupet
has some western
karB past and 1&dy, Mi.sl B (by Stage) at S o'clock*'Me -He would 4k1i$5,sq&JrWig .
C1&rt N OII' ao, 1851.H ijtL over one hundred and fifty U. t
much for the and Th im
growth WednfJldayw. Ju'
SO :
-tat,argues Th.sBrownw .
; lb. Sooth
V say ss n particularly to tses visiting
'>ptoqLoLOath. ;Jib Vdte &, ,
&. after the arthal may ..
and rt be bad ,
or the &al JIg ham aa eye to their especial comfort and I .
*. TIll TJmov 'P.un.-Tbe Georgia St AustIii;J.bJ flaly. Octoberlrt.Northen Man VV V GENERAL baa made to aiiangemeuts to make"all who may ferr.iiMftiit,

pabli&hed Macon 4has .; 0 A Bac 1ed.7 said 1851., _- OOSSISSION BEROHAI9T8 AND give him a call comfortable and weD eared for. V i ai3jbcadJneaI.Rn. NtXIOcr TEflDEct VV
iaZ3 '
city stone His
.! table will be under the nperiateadanee of V _
V character, objects and' ntposes of the er,Aingator, }' S T.Ran- FACTORS, iiaa. owtn,. a lady of mash experience. by i.;..
r PartY of the South : For Sale.jr'THE V (SmetU DeW Warehouse whose aid be flatten himself shall not be oat- Ri i rct.-m B&tt* 4U4ISIIIL.I
asked what Residence or.t V Vp ) rivalled by any HMM the South. And la view [!Ugh Daver Kvaas.' L. -;:Bakon.2 js'
'WeveOftrft OBITVAAT .. II t* Sabfcffter' 219BatStr&, Savannah, Ga. of this fact the subscriber has deteraiaod.that E.F. tWbers Kent count,; ..
Union Party of the. Southern States is er the- EpIseot Church Persons his exertion to merit the patronage which shall JIaytoe, Ea;.. Fourth AsVor 0 &

.tined to occupy in the approachmg county oa the 15th Inst., at the iDe wishing the a Pftm bargain are. iDvite4 to exam E M Moou N M.HAUIS. be bestowed upon him,shall be without regard to WaabIngi ; Eras Iycai, E. ( V .

of political pVte Tbe answer is Mr. Janet A. Picket of Dropsy, possession, given Immediately.Jacksonville Tit1et good&Dd ,Oct.23,1851. tf. toil or expense. w. &tetoutiThomseon. h1Uset' CSt.

ua ,iinle. The Union Party of the S ,consort of Daniel Hogans J. M.DA.NIEL. fej- The Tallahassee Stage Agency is at this olhuCi4.MnWre Jiswu,; St :"J Ce r-

will cooperate with that party, and d 35 years. ;Nor.20, 1S5t. Joseph 8, Baker" M. D. louse. .17i: > __

party only, on the 7th Inst, BEIMMM N.: H. CORWIN '. AND SURGERY. 18, 1851.-6111. PaopRlcroa.: JOSEPH, "I
It will OChiapV
..tod tbeJDoiqpromise. trot ,son Captain Job M.J.and Ann & CO.'S ORCHARD, Office "tht .t.
OH Market
Soil Disumomsts corM of and Fonyth
.ttheitber't1ae twelve Middletown Ctotfctar- A.I
aced and
jean twenty-four Orange
Keith or the'ultra Disunionists of the county, Street opts the Court Hou*. Notice. A'1fV *, "
with either New York.Frnlts MONTHS after date I will present my ae-- !
It will boW GO Spirit t thou hut fled JACKSONVILLE Fu. SIX the t oph4/:
: f Fruit and Ornamental TREES Cet.1- Administrator n the Estate of Dry
i.Wet. .
m -
*srf ao grieis can Jf.
entrance find Josbua'ltogansdevesae4t. the of < '
; PlanU lloa.JnJgo
.....- .. .er :>f :Jive I great ,: rest thy aching head- Sbrnbberjr.. die. tI, fwrnlshed te __ I rronaie ion Ltelumbia county and ask for a-final f I"OXC DOOR EAST OF J.J1NCc.U'.8t..jY.STftaCT... .'

-tr ." ".' "- .t'.f i 'hl basi the aquIah of thy D; 0.-_. Boarding settlement and aAowaaee she same, and of m- nC&sOSYILLJ' :

Uc: .I; l I -,I'" ,.r. "n OS my God, I boast no more November 13, 1831. Jawtf. mIlE SUBSRffiER is prepared to aecommo- discharge V from tile adtainUtratien of said estate. 1 11'J HASJart received hi. Fall Sioet"tF Jar-i
duties I hare 4 JL date a number of Boarders, at his recently ESTHER.UOG. X8. : and DrJ Geodraf all 44iily-
it L WIt!! hI' done
ad V. 'n ZS ; two,which be is
.. hopes 1 held before Calvin Oak erected residence ia the Northwest part of the Administrator. prCzeiL.tom1l1on-----kbr
., V ... C\11 >*:'-.ri, ', town the location of which is known to be highly Alligator, Oct. 2, 1S51. &a.. terms for CASt 11. mentions A*ia Mrt f his
merits '
.. .. of thy Son Gunsmith and Machines fcAorableto : stock- ,
.. :: V "em. s : health and comfort from its elevation. t

','I'' ofly! c II: ,.; ',;r- HAS permanently The HOUSE lund completed the sleeping and Jacksonville Female Institute. J JL large quantity of Meal .lliil1jl"j.

.' '. 'II JVEWS. H! himself at J aeka locatedg other apartments being spacious and well finished Heady Alette Clotting:C i.

. V upon these promises the ie is preparing to do all work MJt The respects furniture plastering of the House&e. \U aim HISS P. w ART, ISIT1t CTIlESS. t I con. fSinzkamij C.JoaCloth.c. ;' -**
Acting entirely -
line, both in : and Dew, Caoimem -
OF JACKSONVILLE.Arrived. Repairing Manufacturing. He If
will being just received from New I
South York.
adopt a
of the baa
a new
w Party the : V the process of RIFLEING, which far sur Arrangement have been made to supply the tabin mIlE exercises of this Inrtltution wHt be ref f lediAgs; Mess ;
-. coon upon all mere passes have them usual method. Those wishing can with ample aad excellent fare. and good servants JL samed on TilE FIRST MONDAY IN t .f"d fiow /lit/j. Caps, Booh adTogeiher .

country. It will favor a purely Jefi Brig Sophia, Calab, Portland. Gnnsmithlng made entrusted to order.to his All Machinery and haVe been employed to attend. to the com OCTOBER. The coarse of Instruction in this with a variety of
V jfrn construction of the SchrMonawk, Johnson, Boston. prompt attention. H. care will receive fort of guests. school is designed to be thorough systematic and FANCY ARTICLES.

. 'trill favor an economical to business to merit a share hopes of bye public ose application. I shall span no pains to render my House in all extensive, embracing the lower and higher branches I Ue te1IpeCU'1IOJ "via.a -from Touurjeui4
.. pa nspeetspteaauit to those who make it of an English Education together with the
their home
.. and ; .
moderate duties Jacksonville NOT. 13
Government Country a'
the eastuaae assures them 4 k
LETTERS and respectfully invite a call from citizens French language Drawing and Painting. f
remaining in the Post who
crate expenditures upon all subjects. at Jacksonville, E. Fla., NOT.20th, wish permanent Board or strangers who may sojourn Miss S. having had much experience in teaching : cheapness. and good quality his goods Mpmued. _
to'..criminations are made in regard to Groceries T Groceries in our hospitable clime during tho winter will endeavor to bring the best available means : J Apply at tins lip. of th* Giaat* Jlet'C.p.
V V 1 will be made in favor of those RECEIVED months. W.D. WARD. into requisition.to promote the welfare of her I'ut UeLm.-Ii": fIw
they Hemming Polly Mrs Sch'r Melrose direct
JUST per both moral and intellectuaL And that i
and those States which manifest a Hogans Mr V New York, a full and well selected assortment N. B. I have since the erection of my House, pils realise tho extent of the offered/tbGT tfcc Eastern intuit Cetu& .
the rights and interests 2 J of GROCERIES,adapted expressly for furnished it with a convenient Bath-Establish may advantages ..., .r lhayal. -
tion to respect it is desirable that thorn who intend entering this V
Southern States. Its policy will be Joy D Stephen Capt 2 family use, consisting in part of: New York City ment, which is always copiously supplied with Institution should do to as early as possible aft* Robert HaUnham k Sea, 1 Petitfea f r *1'ueo-
water and the .
3 Jones Elener Miss cured liMits, Shoulders and Bacon Sides, Mess necessary conveniences for bathing. the opening of tbe SChOOL *' > fetitkmcrt I chMT ..
respects conciliatory, and such as K Pork, Fulton Market Beef Pickled and Smoked I should add also that my house is a regular .
The Scholastic rear is designed to con i. calculated to maintain the honor and Kendall C Henry Beef Tongue, Smoked Selmon and stopping-place for the Stage to and from Wes Jacob V
; i Beef Bologne four Sessions,of turt trttkt each and no Pupil1 O.U Uef\mUnt. ) propert/. ..V
ests of the South, and the integrity 2 L, Sausages, Makerel Codfish, Irish Potatoes, Sugar and Middle Florida being upon one of the principle can be received fork time tha* one Sctn'mt, mir IT peariiis to the mtbfeetfcw of 1brL1SSr.z ,
manence of the Union. It will not Lanson Charles Lemon, Boston, Soda and Abernethy Biscuits streets leading immediately to the \Vetteru can any deduction be made fur absence except incases > the raid 'Jefcudant r1e. vIib' ..
Livingston Robert Smoked Herrings Goshen Butter, Leaf road.. W. D. W. of protracted illness. state of florida, to wit in tin Rattrf CaBCorrnia.
either tbe red or white rose-It Capt. M Lard Catsups, Preserves and Pickles Dried and J acksonvifle Oct. 9, I85t. tf. j TbvKfu-e ou motion of J. MeUvWrt ...*

identify itself with either Whiggery Mullaly Sarah Green Apples Dried Peaches, a choice selection COURSE STUDV. I-IJQ.,Attorney for the petitioners VFr ? ....
mocracy, as such; but will sustain only MoRse M D and assortment of Stuart' Refined Candies &e. Notice to Passengers. let CLASS. Spelling Heading, Writing, iJeffn- IS OlttElEttl.at llae'aaid 4e( Jaat 4*.
as openly maintain the MeRae H J The undersigned would also respectfully inform FROM SAVASHTAH TO PALATKA.Via leg and Arithmetic, per sewion - $4 OU ', appear and answer the aaid petition witkte Ut*.

parties MeKindree 2 his old customers and the public in general, that Darien Brunswick, St. Mary's, Jacksonville 2ndCi*. Exercise in Composition, Arithmetic tame prescribed by law, en that ndgeant b*'"
and the Union upon the basis of the Moore Vincent he has on hand in addition to the above, Slack Creek and Geography Grammar the Elements of fault wm be rtndered against ki.. > "

promise.The N A FULL (AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULLY PiCaala.I: History, &e., per session . . $' 00 It u farther ordered that a copy st this seder.bepublishedlnsoraesewapsperpshlkbnjM .

V Union party of the South was Knburn William SELECTED) STOCK OF DRY GOODS TO LEAVE THURSDAY,2D OCT.,AT 4 O'CLOCK P.91. 3rd Cuus. Arithmetic,Geography.\ucienL ao.ll, tU
Mrs P THE new and superior fut steam !I Circuit once cysts two Wee for fuss aatbi.muntha. .
Modern Natnral Mural Intellectual

History. and
for the
ganized purpose feasting of almost every quality and name, suited for the
Philosophy Rhetoric &e., per session ffi (I) V
t V .spoils. The men who framed the Peacock John SOUTHERN MARKET. Master, will leave as above and continue Jacksonville, August 3, 1851. fa
.governed by higher and nobler 2 Peacock M James His stock consists of a well selected assortment to leave every T t."UDAY. Returning,will An additional charge will be made for tbe :;

They were impelled by the same R of Staple Dry and Fancy Goods Ready Made leave Palatka every Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, French To meet Language the Drawing and Painting.of toe teacher I i.'.II. '..' _ter Circuit Cwut *r..
Ryan & Hickman He's Cutlery Hardware and leave Jacksonville same evening at 9o'clock.For contingent expenses, "a (_at,
.spirit that governed their fathers in Clothing, together with Crockery the school Sic., it U desirable that I I
Roberson A E 2 ,Glassware, Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps, freight or passage,having splendid accommodations payment l.CIIAXCEKY..
of the revolution. Bat a handful be made before tbe cUw of the Session, for which I'
S Saddlery; in short every variety of Goods usually state rooms Jcc., apply on board or the is entered.Applications i; Sarah EdwanL, 1
have increased in nnmbers.and FEILNANLEZ Pupil
ttbey Sanderson Mr kept in a Dry Goods Store. to BISBEE Ji CO., Dill rut Wtort
for Mlrairion be >
mndc toMe
umul they control the entire South. trout Lewis All kind of taken Agents Jacksonville, or mal I I Mines (. Edwards.
country produce in exchange rs. J M Daniel A .M He .1* II D Holland ; )
V.act Jikely that they will throw Sannder Thomas for Goods,at the highest market prices. M. A COHEN,Agent at Savannah. Rev I Swart, or to the Teacher herself. 1 I IT appearing to the ttttrfirthm of fWl t'csi

glwaons victory, which has been Stawat Sparkman Thomas Antonior All the Goods will be sold upon very reasonable fff-Oct.Freight 1, l31.payable oct9.by shippers. tf. Jacksonville Sept. 11, Bit. tf. I{t : the Defendant.Motes 0.Edward twU*

rao/mch labor and perseverance. for terms. Customers would do well to call and examine -- beyond the limits of the fHiteaf FlariM
SONB of political pottage. The Union : Sawyer D 8 Capt [ 2 for themselves before purchasing elsewhere, p V Notice. Sheriffs Sale. 1 j{I, ordered Un motion that of the Solicitor aid Defendant for C appear Hfiiy plead.ta U
he being fully assured that none will I
toe A i&gher, nobler destiny in T suited as regards the goods and the prices go away asked an- ALL Subscribers to the building fund of St. WILL to sale to the highest bidder in i answer, or denro-, to the Mid BiD witM On
-4 ieettnf which we trust it will Thomas Comfort Mrs for them. MORRIS KEIL. ', {Church Jacksonville, who are entitled I front of the Court Home door. in the town of I' (3) monthsor the naw wiD be take M eafaw4.-

isslyi farthrfkUy aid patriotically. Thompson Benjeraan Corner Ocean Jc Bay St. to shares in said Church are requested to Jacksonville Duval county, on the first Monday ADd that a copy of this order be pab&b U
>Capt Treworgy George W Jacksonville, Nov. 13, 1851. tf. present their vouchers to Dr.A. S.Baldwin .: in September next, at the usual hours of sale the some public newspaper of the Eastern Ctremit of
surer of the Building Committee by and following property to wit: That certain half lot. I Florida for the apses*of three_1M.
THE AsrsaiciN P'IS05EJti.-The Mrs Washburn R Jndson the 15th of November all Trea-I land THO. DOUGLAS.Jiaffe .
Wm Williams Tax Collector's Sale. next, and persons piece or parcel of situate lying, and being V *
! correspondent of thc London Henry ing accounts against said Church for & n the town of Jacksonville Duval county,and j, 1.. s. A true copy, '
.1. thinks the American prisoners who Miss Waldin Jesse BY VIRTUE of the power rested in me by labour. Jce.,will also present them as above specified State of Florida, and known and described on the Test.

been might to Spain will be for Letters in the above list Law I shall expose for sale before the Court A. S. BALDWIN plan or map of said town as the west half ef lot S.&.uBOaoca., Clerk
., are advertised, or they may not get House door in the town of Jacksonville,county Treas. Bnil'g Com'e, lumber five, in square number ten,together with Ja11 11.1851. V V
the Queen to grace an approaching MARK BUTTS. of DnvaL on the first Monday in February St. Johns Church. all and singular the tenetaent .hereditramentsand .
.4 -probably oa her Majesty's Nor. 20, IS51.- Postmaster between the legal hours of sale the following described Oct.9.-tf. appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise State .f Florida S*.tk ni Cliowit,.

confinement. property or so much thereof as will pay appertaining. Property set forth in mortgageand me oswntyv

the State and County ITaxes due thereon for the For Sale. : will be sold to satisfy a judgment of foreclosure : Edwin O. Goyftn '

A grand Whig demonstration took Indian Lozecnst year 1851 to wit: Five Hundred and Twenty- likely negro woman and child; the woman against Elisha Hall and Elizabeth Hall his wife, 7n. V

.. at V Boston on Friday night, previous eight Acres of land situate, lying and "being in A is a good cook, washer, and ironer; 28 yean i in favor of George Hurt. Ann E. Gnynn J
Hall the Swamp of "Big Pottsbnrg Creek, and is of age.. Also a likely boy about 10 and a girl : tlOHN G. SMITH. Sheriff. V
.late election, in Faneuil OF THE MANY CERTIF numbered as Section FftY-upon the Plat of about yean of The said negroes are By T.N. McCORMICK, Dpt. S'ff. "BILL u CIIAXCEEY FOR DIvORCE Omsxa 1.1

crowded to overflowing. The ICATES. Township Three South Range TwentysevenEast healthy and sold for age.no (fault the owner wishing July 24. IraTIe CLt3tms.V
- speech was made by Rufus Choate 1'4'L in the Office of the Surveyor General of to them. Term appearing to the iatkfaetioa of the Court
Mandarin, Fla, Oct. 1, 1851. purchase town property in lien of above sale is postponed until the first day IT
Florida. Said Land being owned by the heirs of that the aid bill baa been lied a4.by .
in favor of U reasonable at this office.
. took strong Some time since I was on a visit near Francis Goodwin unknown. apply of December '
or owner Oct. 2 1851. tf. proof that the Mid Ana EGaysa rariefea oalof
compromise, IB accordance with and was suddenly taken very sick. URIAH BOWDEN next.FOR this State, to wit at paafab WelLs ea* ef the
'Views a series of resolutions were Loxeeust was recommended. The Tax.Ass'r& Col'r. D.oo. SALR Bahama Islands; it ordered tiatttoeaU An

,..'* ed unanimously adopted. was visiting happened to have a bot Jacksonville,Fla., Nor.6, WL 13-td. HEW FALL GOODS. Two Story Dwelling House E. tihiyna appear and plead, sur.t deftajrnimt

.. house, and I used it, and takerle. .;: A jot completed, conveniently nM bill na nr hero,.the last )1t"

._ Georgia legislature. yon that it cured fight Sections of Land G. W. BARTOVj !arranged for a large family, with all \oTembeT nej. In default(w.a.
V my name in print,but tttll, for the said
in aace,
Mil rviu-E On the Santa Fee River Alaehua from the North with necessary buildings aplearf-
LCDS those that be returned
may afflicted yon can County HAVING Jut nt part of the Town of Jaciuonvflie. Attached ,provided that a copy ef this ardar to paw
At eleven, the Senate joined the if yon think it necessary. [East Florida.] and splendid assortment of to the premises L* a vegetable garden, and a Well fished ia some public newspaper of this Saata Is*
.i. Yours with respect, Titles the of six months before UM saidfnt aba-
when the General Assembly F.4NCY" STAPLE DRY GOODS, of excellent water. indisputable. space
SUSANNAH HARTLEY. To be Sold at Public Sale. November that If.
o atbe elections ordered to-day. The I Jacksonville, Fla. chiefly purchased at auction and from first hands, ALSO, day m ; or provided espy ef
said and of this shell be
. TN obedience to An act of the first General As- of character biD order. [ niiiaiTtj
Ithat of the U. States Senator. would respectfully call the attention of the eitisens A likely young negro woman good ,
: GraveDy Hill Oct.20. 1851. JL sembry, Chapter 60,and 'under the direction of Jacksonville and the vicinity and invite a good cook, washer, and ironer. served upon or delivered her,then sba kbssaby
votes were counted it appeared that the 1 Your Indian Loxecust is a good mod- of the Governor," I will offer at public sale for them to call and examine his goods before purchasing ALSO, ordered to appear and plead,same, st '.

Robert Toombs, of Washington, \ tnae since I purchased a bottle from cash, in the town of Newnansville,Alachna county elsewhere as be natters himself that he win A valuable plantation in Columbia county, Fla. against months said after bill the on said the service first role day after u.- ,

County, received 120 rotes-a : Esq., you gent,and gave it to one ,on Tuesday, the 23d day of December next be able to sell many of his roods cheaper than containing four hundred and forty-eight acre first unit whereof, the said bin will or betakaajr deavcry.ii .."
the -
:ihe whole. He was therefore thai had suffered very much from following tracts of land to wit The S.hf of ever before offered, and now forBargains rate cotton land, together with the valuable imrprovements fnut against her at but mentioned rule day. '
of Dysentery. Ii enTpd him. Soon section 7, the W. hf. of section 8,W. hf. of section thereon.
V ted to represent theState of Georgia : had another negro attacked pith: the 17, E.hf. of section 18, sections 19,20,21,29, : JOS. B. CASTER. J
of the United States for : 30 32 His Stock consists in of Black Italian ALSO J
V Senate wx I purchased another bottle, add it and -amounting to fire thousand and nine- part Super "I
The lands in Marion Fla. to
from the 3d of March, 1853. The i t- Ten 68-100 ure .- Dress Silk, De Lames or aU prices. Plain andFigured following county. of"'
wit One Plantation containing six hundred and 3 185!.
: Key West April ,
ParameUo French ,
The above lands were selected under the Act of Cashmeres Cloths
the -Toombs 120 Jenkins 14 a moment in recommending '
M vote : of tt* 8d March 1815,entitled "An act MerlDoes Alapaea Lultre., Ginghams. Cord aDd forty acres well improved-one containing five tlle.bcnet... .'
Loxeenst to the public, at being the Congress I CERTIFY c4soe
riea 4, Charlton 8, Hill 11, Collins 3, remedy for Dysentery that I have supplemental to the act for the admission of Florida FlK'd Swiss Mnalms; PlaiD and.ig"d Swiss cambric hundred and fifty-el acres improvements the original now on iIelaseoee.V

BCT t,Johnson 3, Blanks 8. ] heard of. If you see proper,you can and Iowa into the Union,and for other pur- *,Jaoonett, Check Cambric, Muslin Robes and one other well containing one .hundred reasonable and MD and,- J. aiTlKACClerk..
Worked Curtain Muslin French Hair acres improred-rnce ,
Y poI and are represented as mostly "rich ham- Calicoes M.a C.
CorroB Pturms' ). MlLf'S PRICE. mock"and "first rate pine." and distant from Cloth Skirts Super corded Skirts &e. fcc., anda terms accommodating.Apply KeyWcrt.ApriH.18aB. jim&y44us..

'. New.Orleans PicayvM concludes a ,Jacksonville. tfewnansvUle* the County town,about 7 miles. large assortment of Woolen Shawl, Scarfs, by letter, itpatd, or 8.in person bPENtit, to,
lie Convention They will be sold in the usual sectional subdivisions Ice. In Circuit Court-Eaatem. Circuit
Cotton Planteis1 at Jacksonville June 19 IS3I. lawtf.
Jacksonville Fla., Sept. 25.JB51. for the purport of satisfying the claims ALSO of Florida '.
with the followingjust reflections: & Sir This is to that I .V *
certify the Tallahassee Fund.WM.R7HAYWARD.
against [
Capitol] Super French BIk Broad Cloth. Fancy Caasimeres. -1 LY'CHXXCIBT.WiHtaai .
"Upon the whole, the convention most cured valuable of a severe medicine Diarrhoea called I .Fancy and plain KentnekyJeans,Satinett : Notice. AOua ; Jvs.

disappointed us much for we your, after suffering for more than 12 I Treas.Jc Ex. Off. Comm. of T.I.Yand..- Black and Fancy Silk Vesting- White, Red.and I TTHIN terms of the Statute in such cases > Bin for Kroree.ilOly .

little. Ito chief value is in the proof that distressing diaeaau* I take plea ; November 4, 1851. nor.l3-td. Yellow Flannels Colored Sack Flannels.- White I W made and provided, 1 will apply to the Adktas. \
Angola Flannel Colored and White Canton Flannels Hon.Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern CowlT'JL
most valuable .1di eC lit
medi tothe
that there is interest your fT appearing
ford a great
'afflicted. Notice. Jtc-,Ice. Circuit of Florida, fur leave to sell the land be- .
& that the detendbt rKOIyAdkiae.: resides ke
tjotne vital interest to the .
rabjects of longing to the Estate of William Scott late of
and tbe expectation which remain yours truly SIX MONTHS after date I shall present my ae- Fancy Goods : Columbia county,deceased. i yotfiae lim of .S aeef FIerla,se tttarrthe
em people, A./.JOHNSON.
aotb W.
and vouchers as the Administrator of ordmary prneeeds call ajrnd ayeaj
Indies Super Blk and Col'd Silk Mantillas W. W.SCOTT ,
tifies that the members in their Formerly of Jacksonville N. C. the Estate of John G. Ziriax, deceased late of Lace Veils White and Cord Sun Bonnets Laces, By SMITH Jt O'BRIEN V I On motion ef Jeaa C. Hate"raa&eiof. lar

cpberes at home, where each baa his I CLirrox, FLA*Oct.6,1851. Monroe county, to the Hon.Judge of Probate of Ribbons, Zephyr Worsteds, Jte. h. together Hi Attorney's.Alligator : ta7cradthataheaningbobadtetb
" fcsC
*ence will be zealous in encouraging Monroe county,and shall at same time apply to with Urge assortment of Hosiery Gloves, Cotton Sept.6,1351. 11tf.Notice. I
One Bottle of Loxecntt in tEe' cmaplaiaaat at Oar awsa
I your com laid Court for a discharge from aield'.IIIt.ra and Woolen ShirU and Drawers Fine Muslin charged BUt
cal schemes for removing or mthora < one of my men of a long standing, ; tion of said MaW and Col'd Chintz Shirts, Marseilles and knot- term of UwCJrtait Court tobabeUatia adfor

evils which they see so plainly. .-From its complete and eer- : All persons interested an desired t'take notice led Coonterpainos, together with a large Stock I county of Alaokaa at Newaaa>.tth eat the .

action ia works and improvements where all other medicines had failed NICHOLAS SMITH,Admr. of Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings; MONTHS after date I will pwenf the ac end Monday ia December neal.n rUal. kaaa> .

., >vale'enterprise will discover,and in recommending it as a most Key West,Nov. 13, 1851. 6m. also 12i wide Bleached Sheeting, and domestic SIX of Toocbenof William Scott, deeeat- i.: copy of this order be psbHaWd as 'the- law" ftoaotf'"
Yours ke.. Administrator of the Estate tff Hickman for the space stAre. aaairtn.
V of deacrip OD.C.ABPETllIG8 eel
each will be morn beneficial goods every -
locality a DOUGLAS Ja ftvA
Notice. King. deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probates of I
V from the action of this convention, Poinsett. &e. Alachna eoanty,and to be discharged from farther A &rile eon; Tn& -
could be reasonably hoped for bv .6. LL PERSONS having any demands against Ingrain Entry aDd Stair Carpeting, Carpet administration er said edtate. 8.uaru.. razrr, QR.Netrasnotifle. .
of William Vraiant late of Conmbia I
the estate -
Shoes and Umbrellas Made Sept. 1JB5L IWIa
anguine Jrom of the Notice. Bags Boots Ready W. W.SCOTT,Admr of the "
V to
any county, deceased are hereby requested Clothing'Ice., lie.JE. of Win. .-.
jects .which epgaged their attention beg leave to Inform their present them duly authenticated within the time Estate Scott deceased. Card. : : :
coa.w and the publics generally,that baring Described by law or they will be barred,and all WE L R Y: By SMITH O'BRIEN, hisAtt'S mIlE Sabscriber having laand die vaMtfljav7JL
: and Wharf of their own.they are DOW persons indebted to said estate are requested to Patent Lever and Lepine Silver Watches Gold Newnansville,Sept. ,&. ,. .formerly ki-pt by Mr. i. -'
Kossnth was. received in London and forward all goods intrus oaks immediate payment the UDden. Ear-rings Breastpins, Finger Rings, Studs wrist takMtkw method ef &ftnaiac tka -'" eI.JacbaoaTiDe .

rreat: honor and enthusiasm. He will fre of charges. Merchant*and JAMES VINZANT:Adm. Fins Gold Peas together with a l.rgewortment SAM'L HOYT & Co.. and vicinity,Oat he k.._

tor ]ew York with his family on find it to their advantage to chip Alligator, Nov. U. 1851. 3m. of fins Gilt ADd Silvered Jewelry,Silver Thimbles serve refreshments at any best er tfee.day MUM .,
channel.as we are determined to try Jw_,Jw., together:with Silver Table and Tea &&lmLU DDISSIDI mwm o'clock ia the moaning until lOst Tiigbl r U earn,
$ to all. Those shipping Sheriff's Sale. Spoons,Forks, Knives Batter Knives,'Jce.:, Jte., furnish Lunch at the eborUat aoUoa *ffo.t Geld.
Savannah, &e., will please give &a. _' Rain Beef Tongue,Pigs ,Tails .r.
the Court
front of
\Qoctor Croswell, an eminent their goods landed on oar wharf; I WILL iisetown of sale J the first Country Merchants womd do well to call and In The Buying And Sailing Of Sardine Fish .; bo has bad his Ltnaataadt

.I :hrMun, died in his pulpit at New their being put to no expense at Monday House in December next Jacksonville, between on the usual examine my Stock u the goods will be sold to EVERY DESCRIPTION, OF AGRICULTURAL Wines selected by good Jadges la New Terk,use
I aSindayth 9thinst.TaaTzz.asrzza V them aa cheap M they can buy in Savannah. paid the highest price*for theaaaad banks tkiaka.,
Sallie Lodoiska V Capt.A.B.Gray, hours of sale, the following described property. ,to The Subscriber thankful to the public for the IMPLEMENTS ANDS Wiaea and Uqaora of lbs faaVoaaB ; ab Pam.
,.. wit an that tract situate, lying, and being on
to ran regularly between Falatka t patronage heretofore bestowed open him hopes by MACHINERY. let and Ale. Gent1ems Ip1e.flaMJ
... or ST.JOHH'S .rs- For freight JM. apply to Old Field branch,in Duval county,Florida;about strict attention to business to merit a continuancetbesaaw. AUO, for themselves sad saeafcef aM aatkty tad fae*.
: Roesignol two miles north of Julington creek;. bounded .' V V G.W. BARTON. toksse a1l.-.at.
pnvcx, Jacksonvill nrpectfiilly 00 board or to Jt Gray, of No paW will be M
to' tes raan for rents for the term letters on buinen must be post North, Southeast and West by lands formerly Jacksonville, Sept. 25, 1851. 8m. Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones Euaopos, von me wm a ealL 8.S.TYLE&
pew estate of Frederick Hartiy dee. Also
the ,
ROSSJGNOLtGRAY. belonging to -s V Colagen CuMin and Bolting Cloths. every JaeksonraX CM:g BSE' tf -
; .
jb May last that said tern and lands to Nathaniel HartZ .the United kind of North said ; ?
expire fin 1st ,. 4,1861. 202m.Notice. belonging ; produce South and CASH paid I .. .
. States and the estate of Joseph SummeraU, for Wool Deer V ---V '
berraadttkd )1e Ole amounta dus Hides Skins aad Shipping 1a&mmEa5IGN j
,. .
Y'V V dec.; said tract containing throe hundred and fif$ AWL HOYT"lLU11'TOX L.BILBO. V.
hl4Ir ty-four acres more or less; together with all the a..
of H. O. Moss k c., ef Jaeksoa- improvements thereon erected;.aDd will be sold 'ON BAY STREET; FRONTING LED-. ,.a pxi.rih1P *r..th "Pascilos of""' flirT..

Jacfcso villg Priceg Florida baring been dissolved on to satisfy an execution in favor of C.S. Emory, V WITH'S 'BRICK BUILDING.. Reftrenca: f1r..n1. er.&Ja ...
1891,those ewing the late firm Admr and Rebecca E. Read Adm'x, of the estate JACKSONVILLE Mean. Axocaso It Co.; FEAXKUK Jc BBUTT- dt eu ot JacUbI1 aD41&a. .
EBatad -aJi gOrts to make early payment at their old of Calvin Read, docProparty FLORIDA. LtTj WnsTsa Jt PALXES, Swirr, DEXSLOW J. ) C' .
r1.AJ.. ... by Ambler Jc Hoeg. setforth in Mort 00SUBSCRIBERS- Co., Savannah, Ga; 'Viz. P. Mum Jt Co., V'_ K.P.DAN1flOa ,.. ..
: V H. O.MOSS. > Sarriring: JOHN G. SMITH, Sbenll.T. rB1HE. respectfully inform New York; Rcwn.fi Nocxs. MASO JcC., Boston s.the eerier aj z'.rsst i.n.sagaog1h. -

., D. C.AMBLER. J Partners: N. McCORMICK, lep.Sh'ff. .1. their friends aad Maas.; F. B.Looxra,:EM.,, New London -- ,
c Nov. 3, .- 4w. Oct. 80, 1861. teL have established DfMl. Ct.; H. S. SfcCoxaa EMQ, Wilmington- Del. V $- .: V _.:r 1.
:Basazwlb18Ja $0 LIuee4 business in this place, and are new wiving and Savannah. August 28th, 1851., r. ttC .t .
Batter.. prTh. Z3.Tfc 29 'ProTWoi "porCoU 'Direct Importation. Notice.;. opening at the stand above.named, a full assort- -i--: ..n.4.J1etal.,1f'Ia :..,.!
.. bbl i GREAT :BARGAINS! ,. ''
pr MONTHS after date the undersigned ad meat consisting of Dry Goods Fancy Articles .JJl?. qv 1 tt1U.r
C6e d.pr1b 11.12'W100 Prime da $ an dally;receiving direct SIX of the Estate ftf.Thomas.Jones; Gsocfries Hardware Boots SLoe., Hats Caps fffUIE Sabscriber wishing to deroeaUs atteaJL -' ....,..

Corawbij! BeefaeafdafUHaauprlb : Maaauetories ia V CUTLERY a eom- deceased, late of Alaehaa county State of Florida Bonnet.,Jce. Jce-, with every variety of goods ',-$*exelasivelj to his profoamn,'offers for rlaSan y.'R!
AL..pr1b ef HARD WARE j
I ,; win exhibit him account and'vouchers Won usually kept ia a V Dry Goods Store. Which sale ac.udmuteruiskic inn* and loU !
.U.UIII' S3.171 fioaldendo ffl be sold on reasonable term ; i, offer for sale be of Ja "theirImprovements.
the Honorable Judge of Probate for said county, they as cheap as they can adjoining tha town p'sylUe wb.att ,
EggpidI5Jb. BUM. VV < STROHECKER Jc EUBANK; for a final settlement discharge from purchased at any establisbmrai ia the Southern ., There an cn, Iheer -mad two J "F..Mv\III8H. ..1S4tr' *
Fr P' bbl V ; FoUtoeiprbu & opposite Charleston Hotel and pray k country; their entire stock having been selected strong ChaHbeaia Springs, whiea yWda eepioaadepoaltt .
said estate .
GtMIHt550., : IriA $ .K.v. 14., & 20 4w.. the Wm. H. WARD,Admr. by one of the firm,with much can aad attention of hydrated peroxide of tfoa.V They an Nt1CeII' J_
Uar pr 100 Ibf 87100 tfweet J.C.HATELY.bIa.AU1.0et:8018 aDd with view particularly totals market they aarimOated la V tbab medieiaal maectiaf to the m.8
Uiduprtb_ 78 PoaJtrr, V ; Importatloa of Guns *!By' flatter themselves thai they :.wffl be enabled 'to Brighton and Tarnbridge ipringa c/Eaeland and1theBalstoa ''QJrM 1"a'pre i arj
ptlt 4i5 'CI.' .: ,,_ _V .- gin enUn satisfaction to all who may favor them and Bedford springs of Ihi onatry :,(,acinusd vs.cherrW.tfeav Jadf of.

laMprlb I2e' Turkey. have jut received direct -V Wanted.V with their patronage,both as to'the prices and Abe aiprfair of the coolest eoowaoa water to jbafornad PrpM&eot lust 1mRl.fJae
1 ibbl. 2Ia ..JUeepr7 Manufacturers In England and n .. ) *. qQjyoffrgOV.r' : in thfi seeUoa cf eooatry} a kick jp.td $ .cJheI
J &Ispruckt to order, a splended assortment of A SITUATION' aa ,Teachers b7thIun4eT.A >. The tien..wm' be eoutaDtJ.JneeT.ID. with one of Han's patent aucttees ready. ;..- :.RHiJoD oeajV ." .
1.c Sngto Barrel GUN. PISTOLS," signed and L.4y..both of whom an Georgians saea additions U their Stock as lb. stats of eratloB-ihe only oae fa this rieiafir,vbera.IW _. '.
!:: kr! !1t!' t. FLASKS.( SHOT BELTS PER by birth and dueatlon. ,They have the advantage the marks may reqIrsadbsIig'mad;anrangeinenti demand for bricks mat and rapMlj"ioiercafng b .,Vi ; fJ'iW'

"1i CAPS GUN WADDING' ,and every" oftwo years experience in the .. IaNew.York orders aD be supplied ,-Abo a framed kitchen.& an&c&rnigO ._A ,A < -Ac 4 r.t-t C

;E.U' i 8l p. UBm and San gin satisfactory rer.-&o ability, At the shortest possible notice. V V house aad a two st.rydwoflInghoaesftod ff1'f -- .*". _Jr"
.,. _. ;;.i &l prJD craalincaUott, Ju. A female 'Academy .IB.'aacaathririag ,HldM. Tallow, D* WM,and find RIvwUI twelve rooms nearly completed.''Also a.aambjor :AivRotkeis -:
-.. I&" ".", "ToTaM r.Jb & Charleston. Hotel. village of .Florida would be preferred, I*received la exchange for goods.Frisads .-: .;-* of eligible bafldtog sUesaad jpudaalote*wiUila a.mneeTtheMarkHaoaae ..mIiF4erSrbeciritmse
.' '> S. C. Nov. ii,isl. ioi.V bat {f thil cannot be bad the rja>cwn to would aDd customers an respectfully solicited am arpaised by soy tin .1., Bosrdet1Ii.1t. aU he Setebs.l
\(Ei'jr43$ 'n&1rprJb' take charge of a male echool.Yddnu to eQ and examine, this stock before wnebaring t1Itielait ;- : '' ..: r ..I Big Tsb4U be iafisriw to.Isr-.
J N .. .JOB FBXjrrnro sGiltGs .lMheca K, L..I1ARRISON. V :"Fotfu\berpiticatai'Wt.1 .
V 1 thi*sdr4 \ r C i o.' 'h1l.d !si'cirr..ttenties paid to tbe Ian'.d
"4>tJllr pI ; T t'1'UK CCT.E D AT; ( ..s JlffNWSLACK.oIt .. ,: ...:.. J .lfP..fA.'lDERSUN.: J S.JMKLJ.. '. i baltll..r AJy1"Q. fl M1tR-
I4r.: $. .1:5."" V '.v'lnfC.off1C. w>' '- ** 1" ,fl&1i. .-""tM11''' DII.J"'zii'. -- tC. ,f'tA JactwnriBe, &1". ,1831. tL : Jacksonville, Soy. 5, !5J? 1
i ?' V q-.7 .(10. ... .
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r -iI1UPII4 *_*__- ----- T .: -_ ii-- ---S_ ___: Sill--- ::4r :

of.L a tMn, Cfiujge3 ht: it TA JA'ni A { -

the 15th of Febreary1862 TjOwnlhinBfiven ir.ezeevtJ: eUont twenty-four
N Statesfrom day
.LUUID.ttt tM1'tr.t )1 Lnrklt1i tbe. United 8t ate ,(tatdAto and Trom United a--to tWent7aa? iW3rrfo W" b1tiJs1zj and
Canada,Vrofai and alter t&e 30tU Juie ; eeteeWL.4..
-$11 17LbLun zvzTflZ4TT..Gnekki6n4InhiJ ; ;iireJ 1851$ tt/. A 4lff i d m1flanbUt5dt IIEPpOI54J,) t : ; I .
flCb1jF.Vb7ie 1Iliaoi Cviwnbid CoUkrzda.'Ii the 80Ui4) :Jan\iasianelnrivb$wiU bo receIved -Thrc titref 'esttbe4of *-
iag twnty'4
: r at the Contract Office of thePost.JeeDdrt
of nfoputipn abal be m nt.in the. ityof..WasbJngton until 10 a m X>ftheSlhflaytofDe Towiship twentyexoept qetiontnntes

asked or communjtateI jx .4ting. or by markS uot :&
yea a ot4&TT0NY ATWYi ,usr I. or elgus seat'b) Tziaflftbe'Tftte mentioned in tie by rthtfilSth day,'
table shall belrged ; andforjfwry.Addition'arhalf routes and i*thri->ttannr and;timehereinaftersif.oinpA 'ownshlps fourteen, [except td ; ; : ...
fot eJd Ibr thZ1Irf! ounce or fraction of .an,ounce above the S s4sii''l W "and twen y-foin,1 sfxt enizptaeeUbnh.bne gfli ;L rcIj.a
weight.named in this tableman additional'single pcciZcdjvIii'sWo ksa 5b ft three;eleven to th1rte /and twentyifouf,!Pcten it ut1
.: M M'Wfii*#H tTH' '5 1Fui?M-O'BRmp i:to.ne1gbteen'nineten, twWty onrtnt; ; jfltl I
C9 (tai'MHgatoTM- Offloe' .;.-t Newnansvllle; .' 1! ._ .r -3-81- MarznTtO'OcbC,9 1ei, srd.itwelity-elgbt,', and twenfyninej bC'raagetwenty.. Dear Sir i I have tried

hi i ?D 5r\W tn Tl ioft ft.liaes)fd 41W i:, O14fl i' iezItl I jr- :' 'bacllThrCe'timeeaweek. .v;;: jj three. "- e1" eine for Dtarrhc Lad flniiiy4, iL
S1 f-Str.wB R foay Wednesday -, fientEceseetJn-ue1 ittteent aafcstpur fyctbw laegre.
Leave Marianna evory ,,+ Js/iTownthrpi 4iHst'
tt veatyrFiv d' Wtt'SvWfiulie.SS&SSS : 4tdJ4flrtAcb5lt .j !;I 2THAHSH3H T9J'1)! and Friday, 1 p m;' _. [except TieetloBs fitfrtd
&eo ear1 Aaertcr$ a libcrtl n's4 7.1laR.Nc: ittat'Uheseesame twenty-on,] Beyenteen'iBight;*niiie>eeii, [ex- sbohttWEyers IZffs5d

beflMO ,Att-transknt Adyertis' : Ytt., r ,. i','i'riio 1u RtDA. g. .: s3 aft Leave Oehesee everjr Monday, Wednesday,:cept aectloostwo and eleven,]twenty,twenty-oaev dneed to't 'a-hneetI f filetri; ,.!"
S S sjj s Z aiu
.i. Bottle of *
-- twenty-eight and !twenty-nine; |lot your "INDAN..j .
Jefereucei i- -.UO) and Friday9ami 4 twenty-two, 'S
MViflgTUfl11ig 5., .: P sI' .at : / i1- .<.*. Arrive at Marianna by 12m'satoedyK ** ngweuty4our -S------- It haactedJikea sbar*,
pred9 0 pbIIsycIhLE Hon'/WJ B. FfEiistf- Savamahr Georgia. -- S-S for semi-weekly:trips, vr nng and may be gems thce
IL ? fifl. : -": -0 4Bids (or.weekly,also North of the-baseline and east of the?rincI lievi : ; ..:;f; by
Xav li invited. ."? -i ,
U --S p- -are -* A
isa' ;* .ize I, } d&l tpalxneridiari -
; i -
$2 From Marianna Abe'aSpnng,235m11e5, c : ir- ;ir0TQ : ,
i ft o'arA !aUtanee.e a : goveth;their..rntI 5- ossIANp.1HART1-; JZ.Q.tWllP1t1PAID4 0 and back, once,.a week.--, ,: .,..-. j, v Fraoilon'of townsniponeJeasVof the Sowanne E..Poinet u1. .. -k1t1: t4

lanciaToi'lLdvertisfng.'b lhe following rates t rf. Ci .'Cts. CtS. Cts.Weighing -Leave!Moiianna every Monday at 6 a m J riTSr", of range lixteenxjj.. ,""-KJir:, I"Sections -' ,, .o? 3ji
OnaMnare (twelve lines) publidied months ATTORNEY A T LAW, : dr.tr unaerp)6ing"-st v S Arrive at Abe'a Spring by flpm same day; eight and nine, 4hirt.en,-to fifteen;

for .7 -.- 10,00 S. 'singleTitos.M'! & /, 3" 56.1i15 Leave.Abe's Spring every Tuesday at 6 a m; I twenty-two to twenty-seven, and'thirty-four ,to Dear Sir
% 1500ier Practice's ho United'""States kn ''Statft Courts Over4oiflndnotBvero, 6. .12 20 30 Arrjye at Mwianna..by.6 p m same dayIlidJfor r thirty-six, township two.Of rabge seventeen. has your Medicine &1ediINDie .LOXEcU.

of the Southern District of Florida. Over 1 oz. and not over U oz. 9 13 80. .45 f two;, also for thIestJI a'eekfsreinyfted. I[? rTownshin.one,,and fractional, owMttip twp, of vteiarhea.permanenUynred.wo. ,

an. 1000 Over liozTidndnot over S Notices to debtors and creditors, 700 JulylOtft *toI Over 2 o Aand not -6ver2ioz. 15 80 50 75 33PSini"pe&1yA1iebIeola,'St-Marks*' 'Fractional- townships one 'and two, of range valuable Medicine-as beIngw-
t iof\Vest,-miles, and .- on of the bct a-nd safest rem, for
5 WHEN UapAp>. ,, and edar.Kef, j twenty-one. ttIaai,. ,
d mssaat t pATTORNEY Single rate,as above; t. ).r.. 5 10 10 15 i ;* *, .back twice a month, I At the Land Office at TAnahasseei commencing that I have beard of or'aeen. 'nYou tpts

A once of pphcahon for' : .'AdminiejHHrVr1 "A T -> li A >V Over | oz. and not overloz. 10 20 "20 30 Bidders to state distance"and schedule; of ar- on flonday1 the seventeenth day -N'ovember : r MCLlJTkE.

-1 $1000' 1 : .NEWNAsvItLt": Overlozandnotoverjkoz. 15 80 "30 45 -'* 5 rivals and departures. next for the disposal of the public land within :rt -
OFFIC& Orleans
candidates for office 5 00 I antr'fct t>6've/2oz. 20 40 40 CO Proposals to commence at New the ,named townships viz i ? JAC5on1LLZ
For.annodnc)ment of Over oz. > I following _, in < nitf tfi
iio.AniioVncemcnt will W made,nnloss; tbeiune S S -EATFLORIDA. S Over 2 o and not over 2Voa.i 25 50 S50'T75! : be considered.Form of a Bid. S South of the base lineand east of tbrprinci. ? Pear Sin *J hv-aed:7.: r IdisaLoz4--11

pfjb.! Meompanied with the amount charged. 5, 'st.l t : :.NOTE'; From'and after the SQth June 1S51, the I (or we) -of prose to carry pat- meridian .-' m,my family, and-have i fonnd-it a
ft\ Remedy for Diarrhcea.:
** %Editorial ntO1CCS for private benefit'will be \ United States Mutual Insurance mode of computing,thiaLea upon inland letters the mails on route No. from -to Fractional township'four of range two, recommending iUtatnVBnbb-e. ? gre' is
-i. e. letters from.one office''within, the United of.the Postmaster nine. : -
; agreeably to adtertisement Townships"seven and eight, range : 1:1:d I. -
the rate pf.advertisin \ Respectfully, j, E.T0W
cbargd4ouble Company, States .Territories to. another, and also -upon General dated 9th,August, 1851,andby the fol- .,Townships five, six,and seven,and sections tix- .
Keligfop,PbHuary,and Marriage notices,will. S E\V 1roR.4F letters between the United States and the British lowing mode of.conveyance vix i Av ;'{ to eight seventeen to twenty-three, and twenty Jsix. EgbtRPplLSett4.q. -

;. North American provinces-is to be as follows, to ,-fortheanflnal5umof dollars.-- : to thirty-six'ia township ten of range ten. JAcx3ocnLLu, E. Fla., 5r&y h7'j

Communicationt W st bo poet paid. F KHJOSLET B. GIBBS?Agent, wit i binglo rate, if.pot exceeding half an eDuce j Bated Signed. -Townships six, seven, eight, nine, elevenex- S -Dew Sir-Thlauriay Oertlfyto '
doable rate, .exceeding half an ounce, but ,not "'"'" !! .iranrjf. .: cept sectionrnve to eight,] twelve; and thirteen, girl ,
MAYPORT MILLS, DUVAL CO., FLA.May.22J851 exceeding an ounce ; treble rate.if.cxouedinganounce ;/brwioftiG; of eleven. .**' negro suffering inder: a beve a-4t

f. Sanderson I "tf !' ..' but not ,exceeding ounce"'and a half; < The undersigned undertake that if No.the ,forego' be range Townships six' seven;itigbt, and eleven, [exicept arhm preparation, and ca11e4 thst "the Injjaaeuredher u of ens bt
'J .
mail route
"" ; ,' and so on charging an additional rafe for every ing bid for carrying the on : : sections twenty-five twenty-seven, and -I
f 'additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce..The accepted by the Postmaster General, the,bidder and fractional township and WOtid takethr, metho4 of
ATTORNEY AND COVKSEMJUR AT LAW, List Officers theState ofFlorida. mode of computing rates'".Mpon'letLerW toGroat shall, prior to the lath day of February next, enter thirty-four thirteen, west to thirty-six of the Suwannee] river, of range commending C '! Youre it a,very ta-lush!,Mej is.

*! ffnrAVING removed his office from Columbia Britain, and to all other foreign countries, into the required obligation to perform .the, ;welver *' -**-* S- '*"*' -' -'- -* truly; jjj B&ANTLET.

*,Hjl County to Jacksonville, Puval County, STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. the British North American provinces 'exccptcd, service proposed,Trith good and sufficient sureties Fraction,of.township-,went of the nwan- .dr.Egbert.Pomaes1 iit-jt. c.JJAezsnwLLE
informs his frlenas.tba be.wifl en, Governor, THOMAS BROWN., will remain as at prosont, under''tberact of'SJd Dated- (signed by two guarantors. nee- river, aections two to ten, fifteen to tpffnty- S ,

/"respectfully Secretary State, CHARLKS W. DOWNING. March, 149, and agreeably to instructions appended Fvnn of:Certificate. SJ two, and twsnty-eight to thirty-three, in townf-hip Dear Slri 8onaetime'since IW&S

tinuVthe- : praoUee 'f his r-rofewion/as formerly.Ho Attorney General, DAVID P. HOGUE. to the tabl* of foreign postage.Ist The S undersigned, postmaster ofeerttnes-S seven i SVCLIUU5 one, iweive, iwejuij.-iu" nwcutjr- a.severe Diarrh -so severe tbs'j 5 :

-will attend nt eaoh mid every Term o, Comptroller, JOHN BEARD:, DlRECT1ON S that he Is well acquainted with the above guarantors six; and thirty-fireivest of the Knwannee river, tend to my buaness.. I WM ree

th'e CircuifcC'pUFt in it* ;Vo\'eral Counties c1 Trcasnrcr.AVILLIAM It. AYWAIID. letter parcel.'not exceeding half and their property,'and that they ate men of in township eleven, and the fraction of township your ."IKDIAN: XOXECUST.
tbe Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Kesister State Lands, DAVID S.- WAi.KER.Cle an ounce Every in weight, shall be deemed a single letter property, and able to make good their"guaranty. twelve, west of said river, of range thirteen. Bottle of it. At the Same Vme.two pe.ais4-, .

5' flton.'i.tiie Madle Circuit, tie Supreme k Supreme Court, UOBT. S. I1AYWARD. or rate. S Dated. }- Signed. ATorA| of the base line and east of the principal mv'family were afflicted with the -

jvH* JUDICIARY., 2d.All drop-letters, or letters placed in any Notice andInttructions to Biddtrt meridian. We all used the medicine- from t&. Band
St.Jt .
Uc Court at TaHtthnwee, and the U< .S' Court at for transmission, but for delivery ; I am now .happy inform you that ft
office not of
post allowed immediate post- Township one,and fractional township two,
Court \. Seven are
Auguatinc.' ,Att lumcssesitrurted- to ha! care Supreme Judges. Residence. only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of masters for assorting the mails when not other range fifteen. n from? all the entirely.of We are now *U well aad.h.jy
use Bottle
f.ffyFreeeiveproinptattention. one cent each. Fraction of township one, west of the Snwan- only oni ef.your ,
the schedules. "XSSf
>; Hon. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice I Pensacola whose wise specified by Medicine. Yours truly, --
Jtidcsonrillt, Sd. Each deputy postmaster compensation ill not be made for trips not run ; and nee river,'of range sixteMu
VU'AddrwsJ.. J' .V. NI>EUSO.\, lion. A. G. Seimnes Associate Apalnch'a the 2. Pay w TLMOTRY
the last fiscal (ending HARRIS.S
for preceding year >9W for the of schools .
-.thioalUonnl'it, /tonrfa.fcfe Hon. L. A. Thompson J | Tul'has'o 30th June) did not exceed$200, maysend through the increased deduction to for three f'Lilnres times to the perform contract the pay same there maybe military Lands and appropriated other purposes by ,together ue with "those, To E. Poinsett,Eaq.AIYIERIOAN.ANDFOREIGN.

Jacksonrillc, Jai, IT, 1S59. tf Circuit Judires. the mail all letters'icritttn by himtelf, and receive -, for if a sufficient'excuse be not sent in. Fines swamp and overflowed lands made unfit thereby

-tTZD--5 t : -- --- -.--:- -- Western Hon. Geo S. Hawkins I Apalach. through the mail all written communications may be imposed for arrivals after time; also for for cultivation," if any,which shall be selected bj
MddIeJ.. Waylcs Baker I Tttl'has'e addressed to himself,on his private business,which to take or deliver the entire mail. the State authorities before the days appointee S
-: '.1j. NcQueeaiiIcIntOh, Latstern I Thomas Douglas I Jacks'vlle eball not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of 3. The Postmaster General may annul the contract for the commencement of the public sales-respccpectively AGBWOY -

4.TTOR4\Jfl AT LAW, Southern .1 Jos. B. Lancaster IK.-West postage. Tins does not authorize them to frank for repeated failures, for violating the post under the act entitled "an act to enable CITY OP wAssILGT N, S

"S.. WM.ottend-tlie Circuit.Courta in the Eoetcrjit3 James M. Landrum, Sol'r W. Cir., Ucheanna any letters unless written .by.thcmselves, and on office laws, or for disobeying the instructions .of the State of Arkansas, and other. States, to "BTNDKK the dirfctioflof AAROJT'HAIGHT
> Samuel B. Stephea?, FoVr M. Cir., QuIn.yJohn their privato b sin'a3 only ; nor does it authorize reclaim the 'swamp lands' within their"limits,?? QJ- PALilKIli of New York '
St. the .
District Court at ] Department. and -WORTf.
1LtheUi; ted States P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., Jaks'yjl1eOssian tLcm to receive free of postage any 'thing but 4. The Postmaster General may d'.wor-tinue! or approved September 2dtb, 1850, will.be ixdvded LNGTON GARRkiTTSoN NET1E

Augustine j"tiio.. VP 'cme Court at Tallahassee ; j B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West written communications addressed' to themselves, curtail the service, and the pay aeiorrfiagly, on from the tale*. And no locations for land bounties Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors of theS siNew

and prosecute Claim* for citizens in any part of j and oui their private business. allowing one month's extra pay on the amount heretofore granted by any law of' Congress for prerae Court of the United States. '

**" Washington, j COUNTY OFFICERS., dispensed with lie may also increase the length military services rendered to the United States, This establishment is formed for:the fohowinr
Florida'agiJinsftWVdTreriimeiitftt Thteg tent .. ..
ynartertclien from ..
Newspaper pt the vrili be permitted on any of the abort mentioned ,. ,
number of thi trips at rata con objects:
Probate second pro pay
of Clerk or .
CoiTgfws aVtbo Departments. [First name Judge ; name the to actual and bona fide 4
before or nffire publication, the entitled "an act
either lands by
as provided
the contract
of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth uauio ribert tractor having the right to relinquish 1. For practicing Jaw ia the Supreme.Coirt of
Anf *; Jitd'toitftSe, East Florida."James (whenever it occurs, as in Gadcdea. &o.) Tax ruby : S on giving timely notice, if ho prefer it to the making appropriations for the civil" and diplomatic the United States, and conducting proftadnal
Mny2.J80 % tf and Collector.] From after the 30th of June, 1831, for each change. expenses of the Government, lie., approve business before Congress.
) newspaper not. exceeding three ounces in weight, 5. Additional pay will not bo m de S for excess 3d March, 1851. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims

I IS Western Circuit. the annexed rates per quarter are to bo paid quarterly of actual over advertised distance (should any The offering of the above mentioned lands will in law or equity, against the'United'State* before

W. Bryant, I County. OJJicert. Po t. OfficePensacoli in advance. These rates only apply here such case occur) if the offices are correctly named. be commenced on the days pointed, and will Congress or.the executive Departments,or
jcam'bIa Charles Evans the paper is sent from the office of publication to 6. Proposals without the preucribed guaranty, proceed ia the order in which they are advertised, against foreign Governments.before Boards of

MTOREr AND COUNSELUR-AT-LAW, | F. E. DeLaruB actual mi J bona Jide subscribers.. or postmaster's certificate of the sufficiency of the wtall conrrnient despatch, until the whole Commissittners. ..,

*! 'WiH tftini to Professional business in the Courts Antoine J. Collins* cc sureties, or not received in the time specified by Lal il tjafv been offered,and the sales thus closed; 3. For the settlement of accounts 'wiUi the

JS tfifJ&ifcrii Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed- Santa Ro a John Chain Miltonti S the advertisement, or combining more than 'one but oo --al? eha'lbo kept open longer than two State, Treasury, War, Navy Post Office, and
of Florida. 0 C. 'S.Amos'a route in the same sum,cannot be accepted. wcete. art'i no- private entry of any of the lands Interior Departments,and obtaining the remission
t.'qri1 Court for the Northern District Isaiah Cobb, Jr. 7. Bids for the service a* ailcertifeanre entitled will be f.imitted until after the expiration of the of fines,penalties, and forfeitures for alleged
*' *' '"' ALSO AGENT Daniel McLeod UcheannaOrange -- ,; g.t but those therein two weeks. a violations ( the ot&rjaws.
Tl: WaltonHolmes 0 P 44 to preference, proposing changes t revenue,post.office, or
.. Angus U. McKinnon .. ..!. J. .- will receive consideration. Given under my band at the City of Washington .
the State respecting
li'r 'genepl .Business in :n S
S.' Wm. II. MeCollum a 8. Offices established during the contract period this twenty-sixth day of'July, Anno Domini 4. For securing letters .rateat for inventions
fronts and 'donations of lands, and the location Owen Williams Ctrro Gordo -(3( H & Z within a quarter of a mile of the route are to one thousand eight-hundred and fifty-one. from the United States or from foreign-Govern

er selling thereof. 44 Martin BrettEthelred Cts.Cta.CU.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not be supplied without extra pay ; those further off MILLARD F1LLMORE. ments, and procuring"land warrants and pensions
Hewitt* '4 By the President: under the various laws
AGENT at a pro rata compensation. pension of the Uaited
.- ALSO over CO miles 25 15 10 6 2J U
Tabor Hill the of J. BcTTEaPIEU, States. .
WashingtonVashiston 9. Bidders should specify mode conre -
for the collection of Claims upon the United 44 James G. Lucas Over 300 50 miles and not over 50 30 20 10 5 2J once intended to be used. When this is not done Commistiwiier cf the General Zsind OJice. 5. For collections generally- embracing delU,

Z, ., t i/priIpitaiW.0T'otter ?ervice3. pensions, 4' IevI F.Miller* 4' Over 300, not over IOCO it will be understood to be horseback. PRE-EMPT1O.V legacies,. and inheritances;in the United States

furnished volunteers, and for horses or 41Jackson FrodTc R. Pittman Marianna miles 75 45 SO 15 7| 3j 10. If the accepted bidders fail to execute con NOTICE TO 5- and foreign countries. 3
(applies S. C. Bellamy CLA1tNT. 6. For the and sale of lands
tract, or to commence and continue service agree purchase in any .f
th property lost, for which the United States .4 Samuel Stephens Over miles 1UOO,not- over 2000 100-; 60 40 20 10 5 ably to their proposals, they, or thair guarantors Every person entitled to the tight ;oLrpre-emp- the States or Territories of the Union, and loan

41 Calvin Stephens Over 2000 not 4000 or sureties, will be liable to a suit for the damages tion to any of the lands within the townships and ing moneys on mortgage ef real estate lying
William B. Wynn Blonntatown over of the parts of townships above enumerated, ia required therein. __
Jacksonville.East Florida.IA CalhounFranklin 125 75 resulting from a reletting ronte. ? ;
miles CO 25 121 6JOvtfr ?
Addrtt t William Clark 11. Contracts are to be executed by the 15th to establish the same to the -satisfaction of the 7. For investment of,funds in United SUUs
__:_L-*---- 4UGO( miles 160 90 60 30 J5 7J and receiver of the land office, and
4' Elas Branch day of February, 1852. register proper and State stocks and loans,collection of the dmdenh -
S J. N Robert Baker, Arch'd T. Bennett Apalachicola DIRECTIONS.1st. 12. The bids should contain the bidder's name make payment therefor at soon at practicable after thereon, and generally for tbe'transaction
} 44 t-tun'l W. Spencer 1 seerng this notice, and before the day appointed of: all business to law .loan
AT LA' and residence, and,if a company offer, those of; pertaining; a and
.fi A TTORtiEYfr COUNSELLOR 4. lieujamiu Lucas IVttJdy papers only, when sent as above each member of the firm, and should be addressee for the ''commencement the public sale of the banking agency.

**""* JiCKOSVIM-E, E. Ft*. Middle Circuit.Gadsdea stated, are to be delivered free in the county where to the First Assistant Postmaster General,and endorsed lands embraced in the tract claimed, otherwise All communications addressed postpaid .to

.j n the Courts of the Eastern S' 1P558. U. Gilchrist they are published ; urij this although conveyed "Mail proposals in the State of ." such claim will be forfeited- Messrs Palmer & Snethen. American and ,Foreign -
; .practice """
Quincy ia the mail.over 50 miles. J. BUTTERFIELD, of
For further particulars as to conditions of bid Agency city Wasb'rgtowwill neeiva
v Judicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at JackWnviHe '4 Hobt C Lester < 21. Newspapers not 300 Conwiivnw.tr cf the Central Land Office. and faithful attention.
44 Samuel B. Love containing over square ding, and the forms of the contracts required, *:e prompt
,.' and,In the United States District Court 44i S Hugh O. McLean 4. inches, are to be charged one quarter the above advertisement for proposals for carrying the mails August 21,18-31. 13tIIiitf's PALtElt&-SETHEN,

; 4Niitiern: ; Distriet ii Florida. Having i Leon James E Broome TallahaEseeNewport rates. in Virginia, &c., issued Jauoarv, Idol. OfSee No. 5 Carroll Place Capitol HilL
3d. Publishers of, allowed lawtlTBo'untv
fUU. Jya.S
newspapers are to ox- N. K' -
LiarreffieUnt reliable agent at Washington he .4 Oscar A.Myers
and free of of each $
44 Alfred A. Fisher 4'I' change postage,one copy number Postmaster General. IlljJ
'I- wlffjirpsocnt!: claims against the United Slates lanielMcRaneyWakulia only; and thia privilege extends to newspapers Post Office Department, August' !9, lool. Land and General Agency
*l and the Departments at Washing.11Lon. published in' Canada. .Aog.23- 6cw. iWOST ,
; orepopgrcM John G. Park THE CERTAIN AND. SAFE -
4th. The of :
mast bo
weight newspapers taken Washington JX C.
4' Win. W. Mound :
lt1,Being permanently located at Jacksonville, he Abijah Hall 'I,. or determined. Postmasters when are they not are in entitled a dry state.feth. to' receive. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE J OSA11 T. >VA MCE R .wilI-give-.anmt
4' Wm.il. Durden DIARRHEA and efficient attention to the 1IOUN1'TLAND
liLa entire' andWettikting''attention to Jefferson Thomas J. Chace Monticello newspapers tree of postage under their- frankingprilee UNITED STATES.IN CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged

iai.ofeiou, and. all. bueinee entrusted his 4' 5 Craven G. FifeS Cth.Tsyujmt In advance.5 does not''entitle the pursuance of law, I MILLARD FILL- AND in the FLv'xrnA W Rvorin either of,the'LisuxWABS
James R. Tucker in-which the \Jj States have ben
President of the Uniled States 'f ranged
party paying to any deduction from the above ZbO14E, o DYSENTERYWhich
4' Wooten .4 I8l3te
John Britain -
the5War with Gwal of
.ts 'jtjlids&atf.tnd to,any businera! as rates. America, do hereby declare and 'make known, >
ii.-' S Madison Alex'j McDonald Court-house V that public sales will be held, af'thd'nndermen- has ever he en presented to the public.-- claims on the U,states for' MUJTAKT suvicxa,
PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER 4' Saml. R. Sessions SrPPLlES rx'ssio'csi.osr PMOPEETT, Ite., Ud to
( NOTARY be tioned Land Offices fn the State of FLORIDA
Rates.of Pottage to charged aU transient It stands its merits and needs
4' upon upon own no
M. "
Thoa Anderson description of business an Agent or
of the any requiring
f Appointed1 By theGovernors following tfcwfyapeitand other tlip periods hereinafter designated, to wit:
description Printed
Hamilton H. J. Stewart Jasper every cf puffing. i'IT HAS KOT FAILED TO CURE Attorney at Washington. Far procuring-Land
States to take Testimony, Affidarits, and Ac- Robert L. Ivey Mutter'except Newipapert and Periodicals, At the Land,0nice ac St. Augustine, commencing Warrants,his charge will be $5., tln other eases
'knJwldgmenU to be used therein t '4 Wm.J. J. Duncan* published at intervals exceeding three months on Monday, the twenty-fourth day of November the charge will be proportioned to the nature and
and tent from the office publication to actual next, for the disposal of the public lands situated fWXHIS Valuablq preparation is .compounded difficulty of the ase.

S Mune.? Virginia, S Eastern Circuit. and bona fide tubtcnbtrt.NOTB within the following named townships and JL from several medicinal roots growing in the He will also act in connection with.Agents or

> Vermont, North Carolina, Columbia Ceo. S. herbert Alligator -- parts of townships, vii : Wilds of Florida It is PURELY and WHOLLT Attorneys in Florida who'may be''employed

-r*; MassachuseUf, South Carolina, 4' S. &arborughS Vegetable, and designed ssPEcu.r.trfor the cure Land and other claims onterms which
- Gtorga A. .1. T. Wright'Alaehua :-For each 3 I South of the base line and east of the principal of the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor Bounty be Letters which should be
agreed [ ;
IIV) OtJ Chas. F. Fitehet NewnaneviloI' additional ounce, or 8 meridian. may upon.
is fully convinced that it is invaluable.
will receive immediate attention: ,
41aamd raid) <
Peniyjlyjjair ,*, tam'1 W. Burnett fraction of an ounce, -,6 e o o .2 Medicine. In fact the test that he baa given it ?
Delaware, Mississippi, '4 Chas L. Vi1aonDuval beyondthatenounce aIn Irf' -PDIRECTIONS. *' Townships fifteen, (except sections five and fix,) in the town in which he resides"and saton- June 5. lawtf.

S MarylanJ, Texas. Feli. Ltving8ton Jacksonville this, table,an- ad- ,.- d: g sixteen, seventeen, (except section thirty-one,) aching success with which It ha*met, warrants
'4 IsidoreV. (.arnie "' ditionni rtewil1 becharged. and eighteen, fractional township' nineteen an< hint Baying that it is a POS1TIV> CUKE.Ho Notice.
.,,': y ; jan 1.---ly 'S John 0. smith areys Ferry a twenty, township twanty-one, fractional townshi] b s: therefore eorn*-to tb- dat.riBin'Ation topIc TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS

'4 Uriah Bowden Mandrin S 545 a Ql .lrJ b.cz -. twenty-two,and townships twenty-eight and twen it within the reach of all; knowing how many S OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE

f Nassau J5as.T. O'Neil t. 5rarri, _ 0 .0 Q ty-ntae, of range twenty-five. buffer with this very nnplbasant and-often dangerous THE REVOIJJTION.e
DSOAR.HART, 4' C. C. Bessent Woodatock Mills Townships sixteen, (except sections one,two, Disease, partioilvly in theSouthern and

142p *'% 7'O n tfx-Y AT LA JV.S (4 A. J. Braddock '4t.John's S.- Cts.1 .Cts.2 Cts.3 Cts.4 Cts.Oneoz.orunder' 5 eleven, and twelve,) seventeen, and eighteen, Western States.In .- recent Act of Congress, oScerVftnl soldiers
sections three four five
.A3 S (iad Humphreya St.AngnstlneI' (except six, seven, and *, purchasing my Indian Iioxrcust" be (who have not received)J are entitled
Over 1 oznot 2 2 4 6 8 10
,4 1opon the Second flnor at the .Court-house, Peter B. Uumas U2" over" 3"Os.. 8 6 9 12 15 eighteen,) fractional towrwhips nineteen,twenty, particular and look for my written signature on to BOUNTY.-LAND, for service of one- *oetb
and twenty-one, and townships twenty-eight andtwentynineof .**
street. '4 4' the libel.
Fonytb RaphaelB.Canov& '4 3" 4' '4 441. 4f 8 12 .16 20'I or more;-the widows;and miner children of thesedeceased
Putnam Jesse A.Brush P&latk& 4U I4I4 544 5 jo 2O range twentysix.Townships I rd'er the. public below to a few certificates selected ,'are.also.entitled. jSubscriber will
1 VTjti the several counties of the 25I' -
pracUoe n seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, and
**" 4' Juseph W. Fitch --S.. 5i4 44 4I 6" 6 12 .18 24 30U from among many received from respectable undertake at. ii .moderate 'compensation, tbo
S "" 1iirpuit.of! Florida, and attend to the's'oU.eUonfetsdm twenty, (except sections twenty-seven to' twenty Jacksonville.
'a Itoberl T. Boyd Si 74l1 7. 14 21 2335 citizens of : claims of those Interested-- Having been employ
*Against the United States for Oran ge VlU1aifl Campbell Entorprise 41 II 44 8 8 16 24 32 40II nine-,in and township'twenty-one thirty-one to thirty-four of ,) and section EGBERT POINSETT. ed.iq public office for several years;fei* xpenoaeo

servicc*,<1 r.d for Horses'lost, or other 41. henry A.. Crane MallonvjlIe $11 44 II 94I 93 37 36 45 one seven. S range twenty -P.' S.' Planters should not be without' thla valniable3Iedicine. in such matters will enable. bin to afford treat
: John Simpson!' "Sst 44 .. I4 II facilities claimants. for LAND AND,PENSIGNS -
property tost or vtrbycd bytrobps in said sendee.exAls Lucia Goo.&i3ermaai Niw Smyrna 9 1410 20 30 40 50S Township seventeen, (except sections four and .. Every family ought to keep it ,and save them & great; deal of trouble
'onhand. -
>,- laimsor Iaension 'disabled soldiers,or '4 5 C.L.Brajton' 4' five/) of range twenty-eight. and < ;*' Where he obtains nethinrym*
sarion Wm I1. M'Gabagia .Oc&Ia Fractional township seventeen, west;rof. St.John's A. M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson expense
soldiers. charge 19 madeAll letters wiHreaerre
of deceased ; : post-paid
,,1*. iieanlorphaye 4' 1. On transient rivers (except se tions ve, six, thirty-five, ville. I
**i VSAi-i officers and solt1Icntbewlow1 R.obecl Bullock, t every newspaper, unsealed .cirenlar prompt attention, and}the .necessary iJona A&4
&Ims La7J44 to and tbIrtj and'twnship
wI .5' Edmund D Hows handbill'engraving,-pamphlet, periodical mxJ eighteouLezoeptsections I instructions sent. r i
-" and prpaans of deceased of- -4455 5. E. Helvenston Flemmingt n magazine, book and every other description' of one t4 three, ,eleven to, fteou, .twenty- JACKSONVILLE,E. F., Angus*Iptk,iJSjf I -, 4. '- C.-W. BEN1TETT,3AUV

.1fr-ern& ioUielH'* Levy Imeon Hzn'ey Wacoaaassaa' printed matter.,tUe above rates;must in all cased two,to twonty-isix, and thirty-five and thirty-six,] S Dear Sir: lThfs"witi inform'yon5 that one bottle Washington, D. aOctoh
p __ S Sberiff I be prepaid, according to, the waight. -, of range twenty-nine. .
; ; ; of your modicine/c&lled INDUS LOXKCUST .has rJS50. tf *
gJvV jatfenlion to. coavcyaneing, *
,1..1MiI9arfl Fractional townships thirteen and fourteen ?
It. Watterson, Ta As'r,Ft. F'nE 2. .3 Whenever any printed matter on-which the permanently cured two of my' of
s sD.1hRgtltle.'$nd record*,:and asoertinin postage is,required to be -prepaid.sball.ithrough range thirty-two, attacktof negroes a severe
&utlt rti' CWnUI. Dysentery/ consider it excellent
o1id1i h. 5- 0 ) the inattenLionQfPstmastprs otherwisa tractional township fifteen and sixteen, of an '- Gin r
3tS Jii1sboro'Zimon.Tuzman .. or. be IS medicino for this complaict.'and take great plea-- v Sea.Island: C tton *. --
T- lu1LncaI4-.jflA-a ptrit.1 zn'ifl- meet wit- !I S4 (f Martin Cno.ningbasi '" sent without prepayment.the same shall'be Charged range t ractional thirty-three. ,'iure'in recommending it to the'publio. SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity
*-, K with, doable the above rates,. a-r .aa-jfeif townships sixteen and eighteen, and THE
rp4stknt1.n; aM all-instrument of Writing( J.Hagler? ii 3. Bound books and parcels of printed matter, townships nineteen And twenty, of range thirty- -5- 5 Respectfully'yours inform the planters of Long Staple Cottons
% biui with' neatness and de Hemando Ferry G.Wail Augusta 82 four. S ,, i. that he still continues the nanufaetare of the
.ttJ i executed by 4 uo weighing. over ounces, shalL bo i deemed To Mr. E. PoJnaett. "
1* P4.* *tt i '' '" M. C. l'oterson mailable matter. < wx- 'Ii Fractional townships eighteen, nineteen, and k t i S latest improved ROLLKtVHORSE GIN3, AiUble
' S Nathaniej MMoody Periodicals published at.intervals not twenty, of range thirtyfive.1'Sections JACKSONVILLE and single, at his usual rates sad/ ix45u4j,5W
exceed May 6th, 1831.
TiJaekK TinS.Jan23.i85L ( tf Monro Jienjamin sawyer key wgS three months three,ten,-fourteen fifteen fill all orders at the shortedno1iee'S
ing ,and sent from the office of twenty- -
'James M.'Bracewell publication This is to certify it is mttcVpleasure that I
Iiv S ,_/ :Fof the -of the Gin* api1thiM'
e : .f-B nrY -- to actual and bona fide,subscribers, three- twenty-six,'thirty-five, and thirty-six, in reputation ,
I' '4 announce to the Public that I have been
i'j Itobt..Clarke effectually A those whe'h7 wiu wAGENTS :
lowing gents,er to
p to be charged with one half the rates township thirty-five; lorty.
'4 'mentioned range eared of the *
John IS distressing called --
-54 4 : t Boyle Fractional Dyitntery -
-* in the last above table townships thirty-seven :
Dale Win. H. ItliliardS and prepayment of*quar- thlrty- ight, ; by' the- highly recommended of
<* FORCLAUIS ATW4SJI1NG TON -. ter's postage thereon-most iu all case*be required. and thirty-nine,-[except Motions four to seven,} Mr/E. Poinsett. 1 had' "remedy tMnis .villaoags.&esta; t.ina- .
', Charles WLee- resorted -
jij to'many
< 1-j5s of .,'".', ;
,- Periodicals published at intervals of more than range forty-one: but of avail I Was CB1t.B7Ih6WOOd4BO&UfOit, Si C. <
t -S -S :. Sbki. Tractionftf no ; induced to try,Jiis ,very r ;
S three months are charred with tha full rgi.*: township thirty-eieht. of range for- Scott &DflVeaux J
palatable tind pleasant Medicine S.C.- .-
----WilUain E. Kennangh -"- -S '- !! and to my great e-
.t* And .loTiAsseaorndc sustbo preps.1d. [ ty-two. saiuiaction was completely cared within a few Tison &Harris-Oeal E.Florid* : ,

.a4z ru.Jiab'K$ HOTEI, roxsvLVAXu AVE-VE, ----- __ flea4k ; *lor.-1* ? case tboeIi ***'"*Ip **jjijjiOTr8pftp6iii, uorth'of? the baseline and east of Hit princi- days, and have not been troubled since with that Fernandes, Bisbee & Co.. JaeksonvJIj1a.K1t.DnkesPaiatka.F >
i J. ir- *.?.r- .r! --P s, periodical, pamphlet, or other.printed matter or meridian so much-dreaded-disease.; .. :? > : -- *
S. M ) R .pal -
v Centlnues togire-Kin prompt attention to the ar- DYING AND SCOURING paper connected therewith; anVinanuscript of I am.happy to say other immediate cures.have S-Hoyt fc Co-tSATmimah:Gs ? v
i44geTaetd prosecution of claims before Con'grett any kind by which information shall be asked for Township: fonr% (except eeotions'.loae five, come under.my own observation within- few S.'L. Nlblackfc Co.; Alligator.EVF.t -
ESTAI3LI-SjtrErT, or cpuuuanicated writing, orby marks or signs, eleven fourteen; and twenty-three to twenty-
days. 1 cheerfully add mite ,to the Lararisd&b.IktowL..wudac
or uy. of {Ue xeculive Departments. S VVU T3 YORK STREJST.: the said newspaper, periodical, pamphlet, or other five,] of range twentyfive."I great amount of. my.iwitb already Countyi.isiu
Q Jmi arising from the Revolutionary, Florida, ( tEAOF 'TJLE. COURTHOUSE,) printed matter'. becomes subject to letter postage; Qwnships two'and three, and fractional township Va1uabljedjone.testimony. ;I am, tespeefully regard, -&o.to .your
and it is the duty of the-Postmaster four, of -S
' lJtericnwar ; !Inralid,1Kevolatk, Half- SA.Y-ANNAH-tEO.- the wrappers*nd envelopes'from to remove Township-one range,east'of Nassau rW-T .A.". .- -> M.HEAllNJr.. EXTRA BOXES AXD BRUSBSS can be had ef th*.
printed mat river
*; [except To E.
ply, orVidows Penkions ; Jlaval or.Army; S.S4IfltI1F tar and pamphlets not charged with letter postage, sections one and twelve,] and fractions'or townships insettEeq : subscriber, at moderate rates{ Frsoa&.wUUt

_loiuu/ljuid or. Scrip, under law of Feb. 11, 'ALEILIVDFIL OWAi tot the purpose of ascertaining- whether there Is two and three, west of Amelia river, of JACKSONVILLB, May 21, 185Lf Gins?-or*Gins- repaired,please direct to j

1347,or' of Pay sadiszsturnIngYtiluntern O ETUENS;m thanks to- his friends for the upon or connected with.any. uch printed matter range twenty-eight.'*"MM
CWjfruU.fu5 SM>*favors has received since"he"commenced or in webpackageany'matter-*or' thinr'-whloh the Lwd Office'at;Newnansville, eommenmg --to infprm you that I. had been.laborteR J under1 (:. :. ,,
; business in this city in 1832,and would state to his would authorise or require the chare*of a Irteher Co/Monday,the third dayof November next *$ttiekOf-Uiarrhinawhleh! sTJTJolen -3u,8,6 t-J &
baffled the
: lest*nd' thtr'Property1 destroyed; Zx.I friends,and the public generally, that1 JaHog his 'rate-t.i of postage- thereona N.K'ljtjjj > forithesrdieposai Of.thepblIolands situated skfflot: two Physi
sLnetQry4 by cnejri Itor being,mus- late visit to London and Scotland,he has acquired I -'PoaT Oizcz nprSSg&iS- within-the andermentioMd'township 'and Darts to do any work. .Bat fortunatelr;when about!lo

reeeived.lnto service ; Waggonwasleaasters'elalmiV -' various improvements c nnectedwithfr': I. __ of townships, to wit i i -itf; - _-----t--r'r < ;iit"Vt-a< 7'9v 'Hsfl is *"', -, of MlNUUNiJ-OXECUST
DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING! i ; tj.s your 'sffld the
t.rp.id Marines', s llors' South of the bane ltrieand east use
which he trust will enable him;to give'generalBfttirfaction' ADMZNIST&ATOIVOTIVZIXmonIhaafter'date oftheprinei- of five Bottles has.entirely restored me to health. S (__i.z
-e&e; ; -; io,4 to:all who inay' please to favor him. ; 1 I 1 will apply t 41jjt :l4 i -pal:meridian. 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicine t.i wRots413 L'OWA1XrI,, S

*n the formf aeoetsary for/a'ropetpof -with their patronage,;, 1' -i.-f t'zmj U'i S Judge of Probate of Nassatf couutV fdd1.. -Fr tIni FiownsiIs thirteesu4 fourtee *,*-c--?Hi5OM.f.* Y6a ) &c JW-- ybe,- similarly afflicted .W4RzUuFAC2S. '
elaimr with tho f Ladies'jsilk and,woolen'DrossesShwli'lw.., mimlout as Administrator the*-esta* T A..MNotice. -eastof the Suw nnee river, of twelre. ; ; BENJAMIN DAVID, f f-S.--S- --
together '
rules ,
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leaned and d-ed various Fra.ctfonottOa8b1p sU ast'oAho t- si i f a': 'XW4Z1S
: colors so as to give rood Gelgerj lectued,and:also pieaen; Suwann 4
.4iaj4 reo& gynnbtf tb ,different D jrtIIIW4 s&t1sfacT.d.Covers cleaned or,,dyed,"as and vouchers as said Administrator. AJ1 y river, sections one; twelve*thirteen, twenty-four S d ht j : : d5 I--- V Jspannod'Udtiin1a, Plniae s

I* ii Bt4VJje'l! .jrejjafed to"nnderUk ; ofthsserrices maybe rejuirt-a.;.GenUemeu'agsnnenaepoyated hsving oIa.ImsagaInst the estatear.dJyS. pthoii *0 twenty-sIx and thirty-S-re and.thirty.izet ir tentirely V )V VsOtTLU..June rIIiTeAI of.27, 1851. W'.T &C *e ';,_ WI"ALL'

? 4 fbs..pai lathe tame good style as formerly, so u not to be /5-3JACOIGEIQEatA ; S9May,2l5I of said river,r township eleven;sectioni two,ten' 1ilnt thbkJ to you or yQxr'INDIA i m'veoni.LOXE.. kinds Sf Cookiw Stovis and BuA

surp&su4bya17; done A *h North, or dyed M j4-t s---- fl.4entweuty-ne, twenty-two; twentjmnta ;iji," li-Ia t bstI: hsrenvezune.forl'hs moss approved ptteresr; zw'

1 tf f S may bereqalred..is4Ws} bonnets dyad.blaok. .. twenty-ntoe, and tWrtj-lwo to tnlHy-fi riMl Of dIae&aed Ifee1inpyin' hotels, and ship J and all other Stats*for parlp"

PizUenl&itteatl n gTe1to tbV proper settle cleaned; *nd pressed in A superior*tyl .- Ladies1knd riRFLEMlNQ said nT2L' ta township twelw; ud Motion =three publio.-- ours reoommanjglths truly; pan; or public p1c& &toT* peuM* **'?**

t Gentlemen's Kid, Glores, clewfd,a4ortjia would Ifoi&tbe-1tIz6s ( lo-.ten,fiflwa to twenty4wo, and thlrtjand tnirty 4.. -. serfptioa of'Sheet Iron Work mad akaH**-:
otQsarterm4p'soointa. Inost4&wo4ed Jii4op fashloo-t JUT Black Creek iYIo1nfty; that c&r4-5 0: ..555.5.5sr'B .
"S Mr. *1E14 bbeea &ppoht44 Agent for. Baddington hot consented to'act a< hit $ id i ownihipsoortMQ- -sad fifteen, of rangt-four6Si Ij ;
4.4s4thsazt .r nirrd.? th '*bovr'sstSbltshrnent/ and wIII.at.tuzd to the the sale of his house and lot, and In tbitcL e Ion *- ?' ,{ !Ji6 AlrtZ.'fr li CASK purchasers W Tl% J are eatfat

S. jfiiAUeoramonlciUlon ; W' Iniuri scrt1oaznastk reception and,delivery of work Jn Jacksonvll and ofaeoote.jndj,1du 1ndobtodtb1n Ire ,Tows41psfeurtee and fifteen,( xeept Mo'tioni : -jajut7,181.- prices as low as they eaa buy faelsewhera. Ni T
< .= the surrounding country",". Terms moderate. requested to mak an Immediate wttle res.peettnlly ninete twetity, and twenty-nin to thirty. Dew Sir PThU wiU,Worm yoa Ahatthre. of Orders from F oridA> South' OsIJB*
: d.edttb Marsh 21, &>. ',, /j ,?. ,: asia,' ''ABtts 14,* lm. two Sections,] rang fifteen.- 'i a* my children were dangerously ill with the DywnUry and the interior, are ,olleited.Aug. '

( thhty.tlir* to thlrlj-jli, to to wnAip- er Diarrhaa, for about six week I tried 29, 1850.