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The Jacksonville standard
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Title: The Jacksonville standard
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ramon Canova
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1860
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photodupliation Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1858.
General Note: "Principles, not men."
General Note: Editor: Dr. Holmes Steele.
General Note: Publishers: Steele & Doggett, 1860.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 32 (Feb. 24, 1859).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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-; : -THE .C.. 'PROSPECTUS : The _'iftieiern Field infl'ireidei.. more aromatic and succulent than ilh,;e of milit at Ferniindiaia. Fri.m rc-rnandt ,
JA~or KSOVll LL -OF. A Weekly Literary and Agiicujliuaeii Caeryi-M fruils uail v- taL.S can LC raneay
JA0K NVIILE, IANl0iDAR D tlE (NL R !LE'1'ON MSB-[('[i6. PUBLISHEDIN A 1.t- \. GA., ', The orarioge tree has in Florida, as wells ported direct in KP>, Yi k in about ijl a *
IS .ueBLIUHri RIVERiY THUI.SDAY, AT .. POL.I'I(:ci, C.OiM EI'EIAL AND LITE- TN" quarto form of eight pag'. fnlin ize--eS"!a isAND ... ..- in Cuba, and many otll cr countries, been, Ihours, aflhtoCliarleston in fourteen ioari' "
j f-S-o-ll( f "-RAlRY NEJVSPAPER, 'PUBLISHED JL to contain forty column*, '1 a'.i'.i It is triIatll- rTlie. ll lowiil lrits, foll f exu quisite V e iset Indeed, probable that fortunes wiltd I -
.. JIWY AND I,/.nIKLY. ~ ed on good papel, T,. a .a l .-..... ,,n. a heaiir ae iken fir the A lachic1a ynl an ,t ie Locfs[ perd m) which, made-by the culture, ofearly veg etal de
.. .. "".E & 0G -- the best styleut i p, Ii ;". In l oits lir st inc-rson, destroyed whole groves, andfruits in Florida, more rpidlyi v it
', I T.i... NDI'*x fOP,-, FrU-TORnnH m iH E ('T.l~-[; ivi '1aiv Rreports of t he Mar- it is lllthatte .- .i-iiil, ,i ,... -n. raetiLca T/i., to h ich paper ti le%. were cont..n.. ..but .i i1 .T
,EDIT. IL AND Ia ao-rTO -,,11V .w ad '... .whe it did .ot "k"i.,, ..-i, t ,,- i c ..! .. ,.J k. ..i ,..-S' ">t.. c ala . ..l s-__ .. .. lcna Wliheeei ld i not Kill te trees, it debili-, g rtariy au by" eiherCt'ton
of Charleston c,.nai..-.'. i- s i.- leading seaports of Jr i.. t mi -I Southe, u pfll .i'a.II o.J a"a!.," Y .. a ng',il Bapts Div eeoi i n, t the i so ni n as to preve.t. them. Sugar planting, us tis is a lBrapth Divn.
PRICE OF SUB8I-.iRIPTiON : the world. ThT. W.- -kl P,--, Currentis ial deup ill ii ..jJr,-.-u':ii and ac, It, i i,.m fi,dnany well 'ktiwri to our comi-un I .--i' o-EDlTokS from bearing fruit. Ahhong th Although this ie i ty w il lorida can codut without corn
l..uch care, and from the, most reliable sources. nuiill ,.. al ,..f equai ., it. p. present in lranny of the orange gro e t n tion. .
r peAn U t d i ts connection with the "Association Press"i es In ental attractions, it Il that a -.l. st l ., pre s it n f e a nge gfoveat ,vetition.e 1 1 a
--ai .l i-i e Itha latest intelligence by Telegrtp h, and the earliest prise on my part,' andsa it .lJ ,,I, .a-nii t ontrr- ." .b~tI A.D i...t seem.,s YOU z ..
on any part,' and'o l'sU.IAsaslsM ,-Ut'alaOlT t of loridam "tlate years to ha-1 In addition to the ,,.rnny st-,lClip^ Iy.
SC(-LE OF PRICEJ news by steamers iron, Europe. It has an able and paat of others, can evoke faui/ ,.'. li ...l.-et aan1 hr l" thb ioeial cinpdnyr irom rlu bu .'lieOns its efttects, enumerated, Florida pt,'se > in hir ilfreo- + I.
,.. ... ," accomplished or n tin Lndon (a gentleman culti-prvation. ... .. ,' '"' whnt a, t nighttot,. Whether this fol tunate change is o e at hausile a o t of tine i er, ur-
S, connected with the editorial staff of tlQe London The AgiEtn .i' board Elieae ,a.!me' T here is no f t li to -cp
every de.," jdion of t i, ing Times ) rnd regular correspondents in New Yo fk, *li-alilgtil'dl I. i. ..,r Of.\a ul i rl in Li.. Iinivr- aptolf,,aX boar' Usc s er lW. .", ,,, in Il-. ay of (j !. to a decay of r ,er.in t is 11 A. 7 t-
--t Key (..... hr aav.a .The of ,1 eihr- Washingfton, Key festiand Havana. The monthly t I -ga- for Illaothe A f l U
i'lk-. o'leqlr. me-.4 tin ........... $1 00 New York Fashion Lettersand weekly letters on Life Southern Cultivator, and a I.-adig cnirihuor to The f hat eely bloom at morn, have been gadually adopted, I am Ilnable sion of dluabletimber. Her fltlt of tlhe
i-el i is a ln aJ l Jaill] .1 la -i iif l N1helt-an agricultutal .unals o l- highest e or ight appa h, mayd eto deide. Certain it is, oue r thattree. .b tse i f ra i r
F or e r &uh, Inn i m1 ,'u .,- ". .. a... .r ;.. t ." ;.> '.' p..-" J' "n'
... i f. fad+ i, ,-. ",,nan horn; . .. .ia~lm Tfl, ~ w hich *r e t, an i -eh11 ,h y u b"o rc i
aI,6 A A1.n.ith. ...n -. ..lt. __1 I".Lr t.it,,1i. r. w. W M AN. ofb r aa^t e.h i aoj, 0a i a r n e at 6heT n ex tent
"" r a .... ... -.. .- -v e -Iy sa, % i-o x ^- a A
1 1 ear .. .. .i.. .. ,i i t,. VU i .... 2.- It s', .. S-lil,, -. ;w d.i.... + .. .a... .:a.a... aI a r- al...... Stnc % .to _r- ~ed. t byl.
1 --- --,-- --: "00 ;0 cs- as~t ,rii uu a i a ,Il < ]ll>i.. A tis..i;..i i paid~tn i,1sa aiit As "-------"-"-.-.-.-..-.-. :-2500 sIalmatters-oftg.orna '-p'"a" I r J s l i ".. mare- (da l,. i hla hal. ps-a -..,. s,,,t. spnnt.uy y..a.ainTs,,z eThbat d soalyflitsaUSb, by in ly ravagea "byit to a great'extent,-a-d ed tlhe few miil in oera;iot .a.ne_ ---
as "'o-r 3000 ferenco tothel'f..lilsl'iu an- t-lilsl.:. l h ia hall-rests. inai -Lu ,p.s. anI "a r s a r i nl- raal l --..- Paris Con-es- The oimas o r eathy vapors made, ,w
.. 1 -., -- 4000 to the current news .1 th.-,.,l ,. -al raie is tsli..kf- n.1.ras .t1 al,.e Natl.,jhl Ini,.lhg.asc-r, and outladrto-h t Are eetinfc are you and I which had ceased to ,,.. ., fruit4 .ow sonvi ,le,-Pentac ,-la, Cedar, &,, giT..
:, ----.--0....0 ....... ... 00 that nothing shall appear in itReolum wtisicl uld.; L u, y M-., l r. nourish and bear la g crov s. h infer already an annaleporto moe lantw i
Hjtlo.a 00r isilu;intill Mr. WM. N., Ts oe, til"'i ar ,tt0 d
-- --,, '" -.--.....-- -------.-- 10o(0 tbe excluded trom the family circle [lhe Hticuh*.al dituriSfr.\M:N.Wn ir -hsn hsm ori t enee is, that when the tree is very vigorous inilfiln of ,olloMo ..... may be reg. .d .'j
r -' lae trat e N ,, .., ,-t,. -,stf h e rt P ,,-rin s of tuton -cs, apsa nd.ve g a bLes -aw r e r-of i t tot ngr- ea t, h d er.
1n. .. 4t.-Y .......... g ,,i tda. ... r for\ in the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 ments, and author of that popular ouik, "* ard-n-h y. 3me---so mar t you and I. and ti e fru it trade. -
... lln iil + .................,..... circle ,The s n t sh ne s,, b by .
,.4i1 '11cha be.. 10'00 and 1799--the- Spveresgnty of,thc stves; a Strict for the South. a not be for the discouragement Beside her pie lumle;-, Lcci r
.t.vrt .; nt^han. toE pnblhaican,-not o e Con-Co auction ,A '.- .r:,.,l C..,.,,;LUitutu by the T.._.. utw, a.d.' .F t, ,u. ..,oard, ,. whmi te raatges of t-s c.U.g table +eee b.e export already f"om Florisf t, e
;ti~glejima -a ofin.rl l it pnbii~ne tiei'lit Isu l.ls l II, i l, ,h. l it t-e: Free adtheagr, ele,. Itfuraisha-.. th.-$ou n a _- .-i .... g,' -- orfio/,n. al (;(,%Lll..r&_ I- expor- a, re-dy __om "-o"2'a f j--
..... "U, 51..1. I o..'-n .+a il" .ti--rri.-a ot Gen- ar hf, ia i tii n ni-f-lalin --irvtlAld ti,- ,,IuI ,.*Ad q w= does lite's curaenLaw eet,. + g o t dr.... plt qa-, .,i o, li'e oakired ed r andftd ba yas,- ,
S larbi. .lanl chard i .. >, -. ,aa .le (,:-; na'ai l. It_- .dey i, tho nuion of the the Southen: laimily vhoice'hl iattnre, thooffspdqg ,uscb are nng-yo- an -" a an he r Q'u di.minca-sioU ns-.l. ii -ifrnpeks-.br-yuyl:d- tfla anc 4u"
Ln .- o ....New sp-ut pe -I'sutlsra sn s- inaiiitill inint.,inifl t rvglt.o uh. of Southern intellect, worthy Of e-I co e l eveI -o mo. ,.a .. the souheinfA pa it on tre oe insukat, tsere regnittee,,Ionk dorft u^',a I -si. .
T tP EIM --PA1ABIX IN AI)'.kN(.'E fireside. Itis, inall.spects, a fires class paper-on T&s beneath thte ,aie would harde .jeen, long foe t s Very' e nl o.
Dt ~T... p. n--c- $ 1J 1 .., Ve x I!: : :: 0,00 a scale -of expenditure more lilaTaal Iban h ast l f -ry st qu lty ofe y ;u qfi
u .s b -la ,- per lastI . ,st ielda-h IIYw- r0f------------------ -- 50 at m ethitiee to te S h xte sv .rsnnet if intshit
50 and n, Fndlod rida, chi'-tion f tis frit II ERS& ION, Wilaniaynt o rFlod w rp .
S notice, to the contrary are considered- as i risedas t n-iithe iaa d stinguished of tf eNorth. u u an espeally in te sout he n. Flo il .rp
S'erms-lC;ash in advance, $2,00ayeat. o tion of it, w lieretIfe1treel Are entirely be- Unio h .n i "
'w iing to continue their subscription. Five Copies It(. DAII. > \i- ..,r .- : ... h40,00 J,"i -"u ..a..e .$.,0ou w .e.r eet called foreli. e or whath T h ero to appear ... -yo. t he reif'.fe t ... -re e t e Uniitc hn the prodtioSt Bt o.o whict ttoeay 'r ,a
i 2. iF f Pr be Qtort 1 e c, IaatiQnal -af Five-Copies Ol the TRI-W LY-l-. ... -..-. 2000 ee" d 'I a -t r-
ti, -- ,-T w-japei the pu. lihla i ma c' .... T. ea'i'le ofat el ,.-.n -,ul ol'lti'lpea ldn %% ill b," en- ,ostn. tes ,ea. .en-.. p er. eoe. .... Thde -c tlis changeless doom to hear- sect is no loagQ r formidable; 'and dleat-tle ric.hest.ai.. i le g t.e b -. .
-; tosend thein until alla.),rI 'ayiages ar, -a:paid. aewto'a ofe c), u ,Pa.heibn, a ort,?fdb3 postfid bthafuiptnit.ed by th ... 'eenat appear-bo yoou. and southern pomtuol of te Polze nsria is r-,.umeroiw navibtls iveriand a0.
3 .i a tio be aindeil a, l". NV wl -s fao" 'On all sub.e.; pol 6xe'ung tweuty. sen ld a edle leely .secure agaUint a litture danger fr.inr co ning e u n

le 't trI. M d atid tor tisk I.- eeis eripdon-3 exce
,. In t' 'hc-i't il, netc Sa p.'oonu.r ao tii'cuwizedut the cily to 1,abli'i A.tvr rrml t ipap- -t rt -tire pe.-a ..i.i ok aliw. c. P ume the J udge ofCou r aa lefy, Indians, the ora-n..ge will doubt( es .g ri in .-.Inoneuli_. I-
i i,.ir air 't"'tiilfaapeas from theli offWi0s to which Not, ar Oi eritri,-tr s b i autwi,.'t d to, ime h.In'" .Jnless the on Can"bhaa aoareslls 6l"it"d Irot the e-lnr t'f-S,,utr h.a
:- dim'd, the are lhel resni be or .'p Ct reference, aeompay th e dr. i. pro d gr pray ated on ran .. in .fio as -Carolina havll o elidy e
,yre, ',..ae t .yo ,. 1Money ay.always ,forwardedat 'ga aLi, m a,, lls of theoSuh rt Cay nott be--ory.,u or A I the re is no limit to the itftber of-tnew sar,- thlcsi8 ieh #of 1e eMaltddabeBBtqe dle
t.ateil e li de p lhave ;U'i!-d thebVilla and or-dered -tf.d at ,,,- ris ere s cih r R 1p s g AlRad ^ -- of ,E ,t ket s which te extens e onstructio n e ft.rd i e
." .? termed ttera fr, ,- ith e t ni i pon rutii g.-, the # o.ie wart+
them disclmtinite .rt tered ,,(lts. t-.ire taulauiized to act as dtir Tt"l's pasp r, r autie.ly sih-ni oan politics. it From thie Charleston Courier. railroads h.a. opened Within a few -years to .'.he tmp+ntiu j .wa .atloas .,f T i thu-
4:. j subseri be efhov oter places .-ii i t, ob a, an d forwarding g the IAME ARDNE a -TRe -- Te A A t-A this ,FL. aid to otlaer tro ocal fruitls',,to .. .. |)sv.. '--e ...p "
S.tla t infomn g- th -imid....'-....... te a 'a a ii--- "L - Ia subscribers, with AUGUSTA. CA Ma. ....ne.... "N 'A .i -a Oi Sout ,ri i L
1i.1te, direct 110 19i ar Extra N 0 --r
newspapers .ar:e setnt to'JiI e l e r Uoy; or, CiRCUlAR-LET'1'ER inferior to tfiose, of Florida, .sftally selL- fousts oU. leiees-s 01aag,. s i ;v.-
ty are diel responsible. if pretfrede.tia.y ay ., ypr e tenr. ep- .- .- + ,AINESVILLE, L.,a y 9ea lei aret e -a 1.
5: The courts havec.ided, tbat refusing paynent8,for las i Irouale and in lienof the extra .. .-... ..... .....-...e m ad e,
~take .." fr'om '+time opice, ''re- a,,'r. '- *- Office of Mte Nationtil eenta i ierVAV ,'Tliere are. numerous tropical ptroductions, other Aatanttm seapt-t,'etth average price and Sotir- i Ct r sell a paiiv
hd leaving them i,,,.i f.,, is Obut of South Carolina, no person whatever is au- Qarterly Review, by t.ie c .ltivati.m of any o.e (f which, a offifteen dollars a thaousanidand sell, byL high orifas,. nvoanefgeneroIfv whileih.i.
Sof. mv n tmon .,.,, face o n a fI^n+ te" stal, ir. .. at-i '. B -rgess'.. is ou reg WlGroN, Are- 1SS9. dus car. 9 re, ii, Eil st E Floridn, make himself FlI-ida o-ranages can be sold at only 't .'dor ef Fl-.d. whid ,ll-. very I.o -..te .
6. The United States Courts have also ular Agent to make colleetionsand'proeure ne bus- ^on the l7rhdybfSe.tA bert, A a-1ndeu, tua, ia a 'Iry few ears. Islo f rs a t rasned, (one-thilrd less riftn the Bedides these i-pt-ta-t a -
repeatedly decided, that a postmaster wao nes dsbsR:Onte .-.... ... t nd d it ii, a very few vears. To .. .. ,..,
-- 1gb sto pe- rfm m h is du ty of giving 1 rea- In Charleston Mr James D. Budds. connected se.rate in ta -o wh ll theocrat atf t. pi- till,-e o l ct on lyou ..- .- w p da.

1 wt ithteo.e, i bijr nnregulrIlv attoris u'ed u .6...nL. .T. .^ ..^ ". tE F d ... te dn enl.( .wll l ol e ,d h in "t ll. C. l
U,1.,l notice, as reqfied by the oh. Post Of- with heo affief', ribr coisot r fe r ni se,-i nw du, o ll e Iukaratie,, t hat,. w hich ., tlai p'o-a s tI cof th equ. IuP a tiery cxtc o(:t .space, and wI old jim eo b mtfabot e st a rov e of .o d ir- "lorid wae. hav e -aac ....... di enio s a d- one ud e-
D ron t e a hrs d h s. .t Iis T. l.' 3 . 'I .. .. p a n in cor 11 im e t t. L % t 1 d il o il th e o.lye ly w l
-ke on the c lice newspapers 4,.:es.Red "b."ilars 4. "er in'M J..rfaer a ni. taa L.ia-t a in ." U.j .. d tlaee oi1; t it wli an ihe frp,,-ae.,,a, e,, aoea.;ertlar.u -..
er rVfrom eater than a irospo rous duatnr lautation, "tae abo -. uttw -
pead. Byaod ,they will ave us tveaty per -- EVIE i. i a fy oe i g, hands u ariiI
El or l- he sullseriptiOun p e a .. ain aiounl equirn nt'l ieipal ion o h i d ted a an epoent oflescAo a ofl oange, h leiol n 1 u. at a t wg lnd y A--t Oi .t
tlj'lr e -' R^Li B -IHETR R Jr ofslat.lr"todd by 'ruo1aS JE-PFEI7S OS. Snd t It Swa. Est Florida, is,.&. u ydic d in N a eionutl Caroe -i
ti. mi:.h. r I "t i ~N a-arlad-ttat, Chall'aon .. cariied ont-by his Dlitqn ca ltc sucepssors in rlietrprnL ksnNi pr t i t d out ot thie- tale It a.viisth of m n hh 'c ,h yield w P11on"4an four hu rtrt dolr .o gever,.aiiuaivq '* :l i ^
"'l .i.rs, t6rI'- a hall foud alL u r all.

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ja s t- v ^11IlLt ^iu i / +_.o. utaprpos^s, -in all tbtonaarntbe t tso.f liOn of an ihdepiendet income anf-r thouuitndtees Will d. ro erl-.i.
reetl nm s the Flo,,dausethe ,,i- rcnded a. enO RA S of u .pos ea s, eae of alo taaall aonern t io gall. e ai*
F-lI L a-ig Ireneralg. w 1 bt'iersd ll b e te ... oI,, e. ..ui tons a nd p omot the rme t it ofthe op ngo and le osi a in l r i sd at l o and. t iaes dy e r
Sjalcsonville Standard, they'deecigu alls'Pubffta- b uI b,,17 e-i o ,I5 a e A-. n w,- at .. i t ..
Ionas i h.ntetoore, It will still eontnue to be thor- prsval ;N f tl weltyw dollautirs na 0tde. A(nt4. oi OtK 'tfra pmel 'o. Tv- a. -< a i
+..(gheDt: o ,,ran thth,-r~;t looking or othe ad.'nea- .oI tree, th0 product of four thousand lie~ a -n wh ih s-e ,it-le of ,rdl

< 1, in:ileA than toithe support of nfen. It 'shall -elTonilT .i of .. ... ........ Co*o, ..... ....... -0 1 -todo I v e be- -111IRS tr e oa nge tre f rom
thleirpur 'o;mseto ^ke the Sndardin acceptable p i would amount in the ama Ohf eighty seaouaa eEReAIi' it tl -
their. p trpo tand r at froinu i.. $1,00. lia'v;-d mo be Soauand. lb. mmocks. whiiatc they aboeund in tle woul 'a whichi the stamounf lt U e la .l0"n11 eklea i tonistu.t toc ry patron, ad to r l B K AL "lesecucel l 'iuar this desirable a OAL w t, &filld which ttc as been so w ch i in4t o u ot e oLE'A Trn ETAlod ri l -
apn. ,186itpotiaca0.e, will contain Also a afinetck a 00.62Y BOOKS. A L- TO ..QnvORi nly"is intended to nrappl a vacuais iint re am ont p.d ced other Sorn StAt g ndvi, whinlo.I
fd t sEI ta 1aesuttict EofE.A, iicBil litaiue a ,Fe. fhich longsinc c byuIfafy Ta g oe eo eight bands, on shout fifay aci-eso n ttud. perlv d o on I nmpor uan se
I its general intemestlto thefamily dicitrd. P H1 A E CARDS aind AL PIEABE'75 slactilel for sevetrn t E y S Sael bal l setsaf iae cltui ei ofae r toier l v d4
columms wall bh e c one n subjedt t e thees s BLOCKS f I- I Is'beei, ed that t he u, i e ia-M i f hea pur -tonre ;i oa th e ols p ee nS i the cultu -eoaf by o nehge al d and jaist doullis'Aeil
tomthe I lotiaaPress, and underthe heads relec- t .beet. nt If l ENGLISH PANORAMAS Ano; iopoaim wnom'nion aeah r fo i irculationacnoan- oil ne away uithl the difficult and foe en t a o .. ndeuntprou.. Avy o one tnr o r t
,, 1,. ofJouncs, iscanad iF'loreign Ite os, will be noted -Jl i and usl' a ullcues. -e-S o r t ,rss. I o an fud e xa e h ndo t mn ene d eel r cl e
l, c-verifs in the Unitdd States, and Foreign and PRESENT" BOOKS, from f eta '1Jw q sdri.u. wllac-tiJsLd tnp ot.. l es %ill be cunttbu ,'..s1 of p i sweet trees,, a ,.oin sugar-ca ..., ai]ioeste .
-a n C...in ed:L CE' .FU f i tS. t .yD .Ue poiu i eaC. W a I h tile2 en plac s we e ate thee sodu i onf uru Ireds' fele plud i n ta l i n e
,-ntteItoi.n tA. T"' stm E co FU NI UR. eild inga AheNance FU Ar tS 1'Ab UROE., tedley h s ,,r t, -lh er',t h p ., .. ... .il b -u tre so eires no estaraordhary entell c iisv *a r; naeobtne O a dt btd t eW lltI .'
Cnom uercial inteligcnce our city will claim our' T,, iNO O no ex,-rtin aor elpens d 'iil be ptn te -huoee fro1ra1nu p, andrp uttossoae w i eabr h avan hcjr
4. any aar1renltill.e O ggaalluot.,na, ao drin- upon q'om in- .$ n,00. to United -O the S ul,'ec_" the UnLbsd p.ro-- the soli' uejectb of thisl p, rtodicah' r.,ttfle 1hpr tree Sal in
formaihic,. we-h.allr, ci atheat. aiIi'ad,'. LMDI'E JOROC(co rETIOLILES, biugloremi e sound pmlidieal truths., d eratige grove ia-Flsida that ill couhejua, shall, in my nest ltt4e-,disus tla odil
We n--% rea I 1. .. Ally Lune er at least, four thouiland aIl and wheni 'the tionus "'o E D t-.f
We n --u- reailI~ol *Lalpoutak~lh Ia work fixtI-O es. -3 to $5,00. ... is Lat t promote fntira Dami.ri,e trln uim a ,m sain o ir a eas ora o oe sf w e th t ouft gro *CI r*DA % -
.e'i. tio laids ,aaal 6. i ll-.tag b3l A A finely exetltd lyke,r's, i i agrav1a upon at J, should lae tea gog .m.no c'i alh ag oW ld -t
give them a paPirer wl uordl lq AN, Iidtm !"t, a it IIt i-avlt4 .' d d when the small amo,,nt of WW Ln AL rntaTaoM oF V lt
"As an ind"e, nuto ac'ed ': o t arre bqui4e d l
will send the pape.r uir one vrean me "o ig I toacare r
p.lr n whowiml ..nd.'ts $l1i. MEdDri o o aIwio nik ugar tL q Etr -. is, a
e're -as it io r$ oinaa 14) new Hosgote eSS ME .i dungbj Ah th- 4ir tra tihe le-. l
Aid so oi in rsVirttlni a Lg, am a4 BOAR1DS a "t d dree s ndcaldmall i-diti e ato lb B li
f 0. L ,M STEELE, A rO .ate. -C. dit D c u tre,. 5e lca trees re tiing ih bcI
AULSHi T clDhtDG ETsiif tio, nu e n ec uli v io f it N hatm t a C., "I caigngeu 1 il
A't I1-, 1860. 6SToATES, 0 621 THFE "'kT. VMMON RECORD," tto'% lte Sweet orange in oaeJ,,hetceu I are eiS 'lariLr on ri mil ni atr n
,'Apula 16.. 'A EI '.8 "_l U O'F V- -. T" o t -m r t reN-' "nte Tr ...
?I3Q4ITMlER^ 4C[ i LTi v dTOIl, doi.tul iaat j lu- f lu1 1 I~ I $1Piii liUn.le oilefU 5.-M .- ected fron t ho a t h ih mo frk o g ood enouaa on tI ect to call attention to atdlo i t M c e e n -
i. is th_ oldest Agi icutlurail paper in the -. tey ca be faitmud of all sizes,-) tiae temptilig e ,teh ito
W. o. eh..gao% i ringfState-,en le aul itu ti ir.te can oth bSoothlron P, in-ers, pevn MtrlT o & is t ri the) will be (oamiebtynt to prisee, ad, indeed, to all who desire toide- nedo edd lirtart d llrely .
I yfa 1h~ab oaue eItlh U I n will go rive an am e frothlll.'at iadto
.i...e, hbas lag been kn)%tiaus a practical and uptir- terior.wi:'- bU promptly filled. wag nndnet.
ing advocw. lleof -ural ia'prov'm etul, and tie Ediol.Us DR19WW t ,A chief purpose-'toe- .k tl zicliDt will ii hyear ,a ,,gin sieaiid produd-- an..i ll w.ut Ii .l alo..ua oil t
"thlati alio4 br tt eral subjects to which their i ,,mtselfe of tihe large old tr'ets in St. with ;lightfilm and hedltliy 9e o n. ed 6L1mhs seCeniftirl. Aiimlr i'uhUll'
The Southern Cultivator for 1860, enters uponsit 2. 159 '.. .. LaInaa Associatonothl UlilOn( aiuto th endit .i"bti' A as wally as ei hU t aead .m t ie ,_ ._a, .,tiicto- i'e14 U l, and gra.-m. ijce li,, toc II. .
tg-t-eenth Voiuna,', andill, ae herctore, bmainly wfll seek to incite anid sima nhle aitttdi;s throughout *'rigu auab + -. certaiaal-y hair" e,"u ". an eeete ie whel, M RenmImtld &st
Iad. To Pnlan ation Economy, intuading taoplestang +'PtEI _I -_t-vo,1 people and it beeoves on to yield sgme, tangible ,,." whose heahh reqiires a third).thde wholosalsprice at which Flort~a 'e abtaIned op What adleold' bWelIm Il.

a mc.a.prafit e ta9 1 11s-ds for the Soul :--- a... I 1...

AI Z S '. '- J AT L .a-'-' ..-,3 J - T a .a u s --~ i l,Q 0 pm -r a, u n ---r r -... I L b -u i ~ l lu~, atm -ara e r t hta n o u m o n fr u it. ... a n e l~t e nm d reu ai a e 'r 'p rn ,Uta .Oh e mh i. .it. It d di ".old M a y m u e e ls e pa, c o n g jh."hI

" J iar,-an ai- vanec ,ix co4+mes rno...scr..er.a.in.re ,_.v h .sL ,C. Re.S.7.p...-F. WA~nI'4N,,, r~ It lvom uaud fioa'ishaea to a very ad. I, scaraily uoalu_ tub m-maar liatilortiud ...rh enmttrvryn.. ad. 1% mae n
rt Af a. Thrime am-a ontge trees now w^ltam-v. a: dvamtageover
,toa- a- $20, one kmra.red copies 'j .ift *- S ,.fromi ".he old stand t6fimo-... ....ia ca-aost.m-
W' .itf. .... "d Depot, bisoup t 0 _prde c ,a.t].4-k i n" thl i, ty f t y fteme thap aie kaw.n port ofn..b-i U..r.ha. i. 4 Kaim-c o.i.ebyglh..- 4l
4 I'r : WI M. JO S _- ; r.,, t -ol.i uded .a oldl as l ll, o ablshopo ins n todo a k of '
A ugusta, -. smo thh oe al i sot ther.t a l aS .E.. .. tB 1 .. 4- t years oe ld _t $ iill d ai s i, as tb a fil Al n h 1P the .,
'., IMP *uni.a Hnw~thsori a ^^5 (v. wimp ODc;O wMtabl"rd Nordhern i rb "aoe 6~ *nd~taptn-.a^-^L *-'~e^
~1ilkhi'5 th ublictiatbe kees a hAr.ast oif Poloraws: CASE'S,,F ALL SIZES. For leb.tp n9 it e in a ^u- tr.,iA4 anlmits b
a i ..3f a2a kind s, m ade of Uoth steel and iron A lso C A ..IN O A Z a I h ul a m an a hats-tm m,. i ,-- in g-e-,iaseusaa. _Inutl I" ( .'"l5 7lIh I "
S"l l~il S ALJ TCh..., Ser.-. lfl," WaskeMsi c .,- Also JACKsONVI.LL Sept. 141h 1659.--tL p vwoment, but become a "vahun.- stOu'lierrle Iii Mijisl 'd ii other Vli deldedW tha wpmy bu
-/Am otm ,R L -- (Ie.,i, o.,, Hora 'ueritami eto his descendants fbri amy- a md .fjid e a beb'Y _, t i I i m0#
J -%CU^ha.n ".. "r "' JOHNSON HAMbodTONe N ."O t t h i*abr b b ar'tmns noa JaH OuNa- .It. b...f.. Ity-
anuzt 164yza -will ffPOMr95 and Jobbers of Dry Goodtt~hv beofmugeofjaW Flo. an biwnem thatlea reSSira o
q g tfc y be kl o nc p gt ot he ~ i lll t, EP~e u ,l t ~e a A llitiki nd l aCvhclcon. -i e 2olIt .most workmanlike manner and at teshortleOit notice, 'eruk. ati j v sgl.n tropicnl produce ion l,, Ae ordiIr# nl ,u_ it ls"bstty. s a]-- w edwm .. t .
aidissa=sOc ,L o Ams Aor1t'teutry i 41E54T MILL. eli a fewr diti~ees oudAle of furss 'Via tv -b Wedq4 very-p
S- .ij. W 2*'1%,,s. k this =m, .rate j A.tha da n1 law*
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Letter from Hon. D. L. Yulee. The\ Florida Republican.
WASHINGTON, May 10, 1860. q The last inu r ot thiis well know' paper
MiA D ear Sir :-For thie kind terms of contains thle Valedictory of iti Late Proprie- r
Your Fetter I am grateful. I am leceiving (. tor and E.Aih.r, Mr. W-w.. M,.,,, and thle c
11.1,111y sim ilar pro t'fs of colith ued confidelnter. -o G t. .' W jipj h o n
frhm Ih, O ,'it eni, whosevgomd influence I S'altatory M. W'|t Sarit
1t2 o happily ftel-h for so many years. It becomes its Publisher and Elitor, under the t
*oeis 11' 0o to them tflt V should no longer it'Vil1 o tli St. J'' .Vr r
wihhh,.l d 'roin ill-eitr kno ledge thb inten-. Moore tenders many kindly i.*-.
3io, I lhave iii.lniged for some years past, to his foretnlds and t .- e 0 bI 4t hieS ol& friends; and t hini bretra hi lin i sn l:I
*~nly I -C.,u;-e it night -be regnrlhil as pre- press he offers a kinIl- iarthi.. 'iri t
n t.aiurp, But now, when our State is pre- -- Finilly, lire; lir ni. firewell"-.all of.whi. t
".rhin for felictions which include a choice JAC 3KSONVILLE. -FLO Rl DA, we' d ibt not, will be received by all it the r
of .a41 tit1 an a tiw tterra arnotat hiber- THlITiSD.V JUNE 7, I60. same spirit with which it has been r..ffr..l.
ty t1) stif+'tea tiny longer the' expression ,f TtI Dt' uE7 80
m y plpnose.f< ay Iex s f -. He speaks with doubt as to his future counre
I' "1 ,wih, therefire, 'to say to my friends, c TO ORBkPOND.NS. but i whatever sphere h m'ty 1ee .
nid [ beg you to minake it known. without Comnunications to foe.ive aiv ni'it, n il, fst be to move, we wish himr a stceess far beyond
Ies:rve, I thaiLt 1 I liit deire to remain long- handed in at thw latest by Tui'day ltoon; ai.d tile At which Editors and P.blishers ot pap.er.s "
', + "g* + ( ~~~~~adiest, before this, the. better -.. :Ii WII*| tl~rP atI d ls e sO |l}+
'*r 'i i public life. I .litll prefer t.. >g sen write plainglo i, i tuth, ,,..-i, t,-tir l.. in Flo ida, receive f.r their wearisonme toil ,
remaining years in the duties of private, shlt,. complete your sntl,c. p>etmil.ih .ie,. ;. e d .ag of i t c adi eigt
i_.Clbi.in tile discharge ofthe iceadweighty
ittl7.Ciz ensp. rat"m ad place your Capitals i it .i i pla-.. "
-It Itbeen frttitle to carry with me, Write as briefly as the naiol, -f th .,uhjret will duties resting upon them, in which, Ihowever
,to .tile end. thle cordial friendship ofmof of ams dmit. of- bih onet and ftithiltl they mayl-e. tit' ale
rkllAlt coni|mirnwea'ti.nA inust be accompanied %%ithha n f hl.i
*tln-,io whoJso suplafrt established the early ,.0 1,,u.< |. II..i"; Ilnd initi h-e addressed Io ilie sure to reaip a richer harvest 'if cal-unriuy.
6 U"cer'ts f miy life. Many cherished Ed4ors; also all lettrts on business. misrepresentation anl abuse, than of thos.
niunmori-r of'theirkinilnes., fill tile interval. -misrepresentation ai au, t th
I.i l"ii,,ng the public relttions-which have[ Municipal Sani-ary Resulatdons. A golden "sinews" which wmou enalle-themn
bo. n so long maintained between us, i is As the, sunimer eason' is upon us, Wo11ild to work, with better eilcieney tor the pub-
pleasing to redecl, hat :thesepersonal bonds L Jod
.f r ieiidarip aud u.vnpat I~vtich were~ all inot ours City Fathers display a j iici,,uI, ft ,
rif f.itilidclitip andt-ritipatl, wlllWrs l ,, Ge S Inth is already known to, tile t]
] tTO wi;le mor valued ad eid by me, foresight. Iy taking such step, as would G Smith is already nwn to t
C"till reinniti to uni-e us., keep the streets, docks, &c., in a cleanly people of tile State as th f r lit
*Q i the cAui rwh icel ll.o my liprpose it codliti:n They may have adopted mea. of tbh Idept a, Iat Press, iii whllch Caplcit)
i* lJuilciht 1o nsTr-tmT, Thrt I -do mot e3- t .gave evie tl tle gret 4.
live inly health will longer enduiltre the t ...... t-o," .. (.- e--ru h; to cla'mo the c.rilt-.leralii f oli
.e.!tumto nf this latiti.le, and that after so h rweve, ti-e a'eo being s off rthe abl t stl th ,ers ani Editiorsi
jignch abhesce-fim-Fl..rida, l ain.aturaly being carried into execution. b in tie State '
t icitoaa 1o enjoy at the labt the pleasures We observe the accumulation of a large in t State
Sa ho.mne litf. mass of vegetable matter in the vicinity of We coldially welcome him back to the
-. In t. withdrawing toay o I the market, whihl, if permitted to remain, fraternity, antl congratulate our city alni
unot pnii,, ,' a u.cless litc. I hlail as warm-; T reit interests in haing tied i series
yIvEs .,tutoaroc.>.operaie will, Imy f'icnd j may generate noxious influences. The re- Its interests ii having seofred hi serc
inl alU lhat can promnoti thil muorl ormat- putation four city fori health is alnt.ot pro. as the Edrtir of the St..,,a. '
o odeo e nSo far as per~tsin to tho mntavts o4 out citt3`
ter'Il ,prog s of our Stat&; but it will nt verbial, and it eertalYv does devolve uo So far tt to t"et5 ai city
) bosom -sSt, with the plai ot lite I prtoP" those.- who have charge of its welfare, not and of the St. Johnu' w furtiat .eelall
t0M@&W ze iiakfntuMr to acvept or exercise c aeIi er~ oprto;-n.w ok
u/ p'4iti o*fotB aeeopt or eerci e ave unexercised any effort by wbeh have his lheety cooperai-ti anad, we mour- ,
S lyoo&ses that I do not cotoltl* that reputation tan be preserved and pro- mend, in an -ecia nier, -il Wig
S plou th ives ration from the associatioNs moted. paragraph from his Salutatory: .
of tle past twenty years withoutt fomeel The Mirror will, be pet ii vv
Ing o sadnae. The occurrl-ence naturally Th Putnaw Democray., properly.) to advocatHe thpeu i('lt a81
;A I-iess me with the reduction that oe A series of ui.toward events prevented property of Jtacksonville, and thiit( will
stage of life, the most .active, has paused, our publishing the proceedings of the meet- endeavor to doafathfk /ly and riglantly blwit
A* _E.w-r- .-...*mmtt is but the r o.. De..noc-itaic friends of Putnam. lately not at the expent.e of other coumniiuiei.tes
.*j 0 tol0 r anlote aad'eaer; r s ielat fla--- nor is it necessary that we should att-itpt.
iWA IaO.611at-l4toft|otheraadpfeer81age. Ea .. .. ". "-,7---- .. y our efforts for Jacks,,nvilte to pultown
| oanem~Ip looking back upon tho mea- e regiel this exceedingly. oan trust ou-- ur ort -f.oraJunkit'fr we h. (RIlUA
iii. ste oiiwany whbsartedp~ witha mue i rind- uA w~ _"ujiulit'r i'for we 1i1"~am1A
oryt the tany who startel with me in friends will bear with us. As it has become cannot he convince othlerwnie') ilthi t-
tlte.mne a.flif and are no longer numbered So late. and iallyv. too, forth want of space, terests of tile several coinaiitmNi- ,' ,
amongi up;nBorcAn I helplooling fwward ill we must now omit the body of the pro. ing our Commontwealth ak.o eedi.t
tl**titlli *we vapid tbinuntIg 44 our win- *. Oursystw~n of Internal~l ll~l bei we mwt expect in the trre. -But ceedings and preauible, and give the reso- itend toftand bly as a sy.ti, 1--1: ",.wl
... .. .o tan b a a yte m t -tn 'hole anl
mo race is itot yet ran. and therefore mour lutions as adopted, to show the high-pi- p complete system-aid resist Ath "il the
dlies uot yet ended. Every stage of life tion taken ty the Damocracy of Putnam. firtuness andl ability we canl, any and liu "
6a its duty- and its pleasure, We mUNt rnLThese proceedings would hlave appeared in fringenments upon, or (depiartyire. trmin it,
^Ltlnuo, While we IUve. to do and to e11 fl b t b f the lack of bando which it (jlldgmflenlt m be calculatted 1>
aeaarding to our opportunity and ability. i, tis, b defeat, or ii any way materiallyj rtatr<*,its
T A is pleasant to remember that others, our in fie offi : coiiuinmationt aiti.d sutcc.ss. In tiiis coinec-
Scbfran among them, f.illow close upon our 1 Be it Resolved, That we most heartily tion we will insitt that theie is nit,', 'or Cll I
Steps; with equal motive to be diligentin a.ppirove of the course purtuied bv our dele-' be, any sound reason flor conflict betweel-
pielmo(ing the public weal, and with the gates in protesting against the action of the the several coiporations enigalged it tile
aier means of ist, fulnese which the ad- Conventiou, and withdrawing from the work of carrying forward tho system to
fmeing enlightenment of mankind affords. g e completion; and hence, we hillk it is due
.Very, trly, and always your friend. 2. Resolved. That the strong, continued to the success of all concerned, aiid-t' the
".." D.L. YULEE.;- effort of the tvranical majniiwty of that Con. system itself, that entire harinipuy should
-C4,T~lIbW. rownc. Ksy Vent.Fl.e
'l-,Jd h B-:Brownc, KEy W t, Fla. ventiin. (though -epreseitinlg Slates which, prevail, and the several comwplfntelf should
W . $ "AT^.---ein r bailv, cannot give t lie Demnio. cooperate in their effyv s to bring about so
S..?r ,o ANOTHER. -e rae pSV a Ri.ll electoral vote), to rob. des iable a result.
M6&--l;l4bteA jo W. 9. Ward,, Esq.. 3-U4t ertcpl Ineelcrl
n.hI-te e ofr W. Gl. for, Es. .toiwg th Southot berjtt rights. and rednc! her This po*tioniaf the Generalis is ba'l.,-
4'A*e Key o a state of vasiilage, call ftosr a prom pt
aB er, .' i nA and energetic action on the groat issue ny with that which tie Staui a
A. French bark,. m.e unkno n ia"ng before tie .,Sotbei people' occupied and which it designs ever to oc
J. heAkrd fulr bmodred andt twety-two 3. solved,. That we 4lok upon the cal cupy.
Afrlcans Am the Congo River, was- cp- onite Southert IStates. by the Squattr Ti e intellect of .r ci.y- .i iral
.4p Ifeavitau. Cuba, (in the 2d May, Sveeignty ; majioritv of the late Conven- t ,
U.^ -ihe b. 8.-steamek Crusader, Lieut. Comn .t^, to di."vow tle proceeditigs of the circumstances favorable to her i.r,,lperiy-.
"A ..Mffitt, and taken to Key We.t, at seceding dele ates, and to send others to and the right discrimination of these. are s.,-
wipoSt h ". arrived early on the -fill their vacancies in the Convention to obvious aid1 c,.,mnaading, that %e Wfuld
ing of the 6th. At tme time of the captue me Baltimore, as insulting in the 'ex- blush to thinkt hat any man, or at-y invest
'" s6h wal within three miles of the Cuba tre. e, to ou..r self-respect and Ietter jiudg- *
shoft preparing to land her cargo. Ol the ,et and ca nnot be to strongly coudemn-.; -need with her, .woul seek 1 ..avtnce
a Utivalmrs eoamg up a uer, te nowste d by the citizens of Florida and the whole e her by the contemptible e*rlt ul illiitig
tflhe lwt oe boad, ut hauled it down and aSouih or pulling down any other interest ot the
bat. iU obaroded together wirh papers, State We are truly glad -o see our Ilia
eeamTr THE CUBAN'MgSSEN09aa._-'he first num- land new ally take such juSt and ligh
This is the third vessel having slave on ber of this excellent sheet has made its has come up to the mar we
S hoaid thet hw. been captured with'nii a appearance ,,n our table. It is the first ao ofor him. -t
-y our quaadrin on the cot ,,f ppa. r -publihed in Cuba in the Enm -JI "- '' t-I. f.,at. f
.. -u;g. 'u-g .. aaa4,,he .ntepr.s i_ +.I__,tSserves for its isue of 'uext week the
at ranhri_- y- = ,i.x amme of pr nciples for his gomcru.

a1 duuig to boa first class c.t,_m ,l;_ ,
ttiniere^ t ka' ne.aper, atid fill. a cesideratmn long' .gaim we becomee G.. th ". .o
i yerhqaps unpieceulented.savi,,g of l e real want. of the- American the corps ,litorial and to our city. wat the
r ia. aver. The bark is evidently a y 1 1a w o;.t 1 m o~t i
ush vea.eLKwithl onfpcei anMd crew quail. ]-ple,. whIo ldold BO large a comineice with m, e iltoril ws.' s for 'si erot of aTt1
ivlIe4 [etwelln Ficha amid celmnuu. tu.I Iland. editorial uce.... ,lgtor the *cess of t"me
w \l lptueeu ihit.- he e u Silet+,.fl .. .. IIad t Jo^ s^ + ro ;a t np p ,
.pnitim~it~i~r~euinileMr-f th Tbhe Salutatory of the Editors s in good Si. Jokna Miror a m aR.. ei
of (uba. tlhe 8panilh Ui ClSul at Key taste, an e s t o. d purchased by a portion ,of the tmetrhalit*s of
Shais intention.to enter a .. the city, we hope to.see it sutstaiuh4 by. that
ftt u" "^'- .D .h .... { nlarged and liberal, .... -k^ ,^,.r----ge,
,.-ere aw new at Key West, In charge IB eutei pricing pubhishe. ..he tlutier ta support andl enabpjs- a- paper to me .tbe Karshal of that Dic-ttot, upwards of o i must prove iatisfactor# to every all t heavy expenses necessary 'to ack
ttufl~ee -1bundrs-d Afm-icaums ai a and bl B^ rar,^ nd gives indubitable evidence as to the...n. of a frst clasiaur -
a" t :tkl.,ow, they aie.-partikulaily thoe of positi paper.
" td. lat arrwal, they being, mtdh larger. the future character uif the paper, and the-
', etreuipr &d healthiez-au4 are peitectly ability of Tbe Editors to make it 1o less Tn ST. JOHN'S MIRROR.-.-We regret
tp-a. tad contented. Tbeh do not want lueful thatm popular. We shall place it on that tie notice we too-k last 'week of the
to ) biok -to Atrma. end tl ~ewplmatieahly "ur exchange lht. and expect ufti' to profit Valedictory of Mr. W. Moore, a-id tlme
s, 9 ktia9fl9a~d" .~' ., o. vae ir. ,-" ..._

^ S. ., ... by it. ., Salutatory of Gen. M 3..Iw uij..-
.1'-. ,- ,3 5 S i ^4 4 f -lf*j-6 4 ,(.
me-._i -:d a..b--ve,

PVJ rIATWNS.--Wy do nations dieI uprising publister, we sincerely whih that rro~de- tint -u7- our la issu. a "T
^^P 0^*10118' !3' 0^ '1'P""8 "1"""'"' e ""^y wa t~tcrouded out of our last :wwsieo alfl~ihHI
.^-"OIalivatreee and all-conquering lme; marked success 'hat its itrintius w .tm taand i t.
iiaf and Goith., and HInn. and Mmor. and valuable p pos e t placed in type.
i Turk. alld ordying! Whyl nteit We are now pleased to tro that te [ -.
= m by Qnatin more power. full bwal. It is published ii tie City of Havana. .W. are nowtoee tat the .
ed. by a ept awiy by Cuba. at five dollars per annum, and has Mrro i tar lattiee np. i |e
, S ~ y 1 .w .ltvd. hb! W -h!uit' *"ep _awti yi by .^ .P .... stre m n ti e. unde atthpi( rt a m-t..n
a. or sutrved by Pit'- an agent in this place iu the person of. Mr. teamm Of time, nuder att-pie- hss wt..t
0, cm^m tn y any of these. Not by ge. the hope that it will iefl.ethb tutl and
" t .l-tin. andt tethunder, II by h clearn.ess the Lest interests of-our thriving
ad s storm; not by poised. aibI 6BATOKD*v3''BLV TIONAiDorBD. younng State, asalso. those a-f our pr# r
-~ ~ 11O& 7. k ddthydITey PerishhT3AO Im.3
Ir i ,t.e ou, city a.i, +,,, .-- ,o,,+ r t on.

+ ldSI dadatinoL the I legitimate result Tbe country has become ta,,iliar with the ,us city antl inpomvim:g section. |
= i rfiptemperavce and effeinaey. Reilutions known a" thie Senate caucus Gen. Smith ignmres. making the Mir-or a
Ado t11isi ,0on beomns r.ch, tuhe r llwe III resolution, reported by 4itor lDavi6 of political tieei-it i6 the ogais @.f ni tp -y.
~~sh&~~ thumens* u0i in the
aL'.. ftB'ai ron oa ililf i thm ii.-i and is rerpoimnible to, inor depend. Ost Otoe.
L"" r a~ison of'oue tftm., wlbie
t.he hady as4 vrmk tim imin. As These resolution atre a hilief analysis of but will make it a c,.,me> iial. ttI art
'sktinoe, in wit families. Wealth the Unstimntieu, aid. asPrt tie-duty of neo*pslpet ; th'ughi, at die saue timn ime
tsbS..- .wl lMaiutuluts of of- Iongres, under thi Ca Oatitutitm. to protect has his political tenets, and wlihn didt 1Yay
k'it t bepn ItW ~lb ,/ M der Fy in lir Territ-ori whenever the mere to demand, he will, not nbriuk pal
auth'^ -^ t^.? ^ lority of 6* Nuprtne .Btiinltd te tr .Hi T tAd bwrW at n tmei M isaiJiUn of the .mber eCfiMtIis able 'rg-i.

t -e r "'-" -NlGutftw bvwepyy .:4r 5r. iMglsi. n to Squtter 8ovit;giy:" iltjk
loo* -v gy". -hio la, !aiteIy. by i paeblmss r.a for the remgnMtin of tihe ighIt of prot in
W ru -kWu fltW ami. -, j ,r"lq :y JI'rtbkt' Dem"ora ijrjgr of1tr property in the Territorie, sas toe
S PgB. i7lIt''M. iq'O 46. Ib;*. .am4 -'pl(g Mr. Pugh at Wnd t i e to the support fd the cadit Uf,
.7ffWh ttUI."lsta:Uu^ md h eartily welcome. 45,aIhe l .t

W1ohZr44pi4 ri maU; .4th. Mir~, d desire tor it it

7 j bt g.ialier-kiuudal them. abls Edit.yyap a nob stmse4

Our Gas Works.
The inlltroduction of gas into our city -t
eniders the subject of direct interest to our
oitnnitility, especially as it is omile somewhat l
(Ivcel. and1 upo' wirichi, p-erhaps, conimrat-
ivel, few of our citizenmi are fully iiiformned.
In large places, froim the advantages of t
mnllaifactireo on ?i large sc'de,c4,ual is ad-
Ait ted to be tlhe cheapest material for tihe '
natnufactune of gas-"'Vhere the coinsmnp-
ioln 'l1 small.r-, and1 thie aliunlt of gas
plnint.t can be generated in less time and -
wvith less preparation (as is always time cys (
with rositm), rosin gas caln be manlfictriiied
"t- a less cost ; thle light it produces-is bright-
r" than that of coal ghas, whHl'to the ion-l-
stinter, inder any circumstances, it is fully
as che,ip.
The, contractors for the Jacksonville
A ,tk, M.rs.-.rs. Waterhouse and Bowes, have
,i ili a:inl liat-md the gas works at Staunitoin,
Va. -Upol", ilec introduction of gas into
liat place, a diversity of views were enter-
tailned as to the cost andl superiority of the
difri-reit kinds if material, &e. Tlie sub-
ject was Treely discussed, and the. -esull was
that rosin gas was pitvfer ed and adopted in
Tlie*Sljecta/or, of that city, as matter of
in1eies: to its readers, publiijied iin July
lat,-xIe-' tollhwillg h.tttr, ,iflcl we 'coply,
with tlie introductory- remank.- of that paper.
'T'ihe letter is of equal interest to ourselves
at this time.
i 'he ulifficultiea alluded to, in counlecti-.n
with the -'Coston" patent, we shliould say,
have betnii .tiitely (.bviated by later im-
prdvemlueut of Mesbtsrs. Waterhouse and
Bwes. which hmprov'ements are fully ap-
plied to 'thie work in operation here:
"+TheI following letter is oin a subject of
licth intetst tlo nianmv citizenlb of Staunton.
Lheow'riier, Mr C. W. Newton, its President
,. 'lhl- N,rfblk Gas Company, and the let-
fi was called-4bath bly inqui'iAs made of
'l' well T'ayilor, Esq.. -yD-)r. F. T. 1St rib-
lihg." It must put ti rest ali codiplaints in
tmimhI lace almout llie price ofrosini gas. The
Pf-opte -f Nilfk have tied both r sml
ainil '"al gams. aitd Mr Newton says that, tam
li e celsUtiier, there is num di8f'te'm-e het i ieei
'rosih gus at 87 and coal gus iat $4-'lie
p'ictk charged inl Norflk, Witticle-t-ir, Char-
ittem'ville. &c F-" rie'asns Iitt affecting i lie
cotnsunier thei- N,,rflk C0,ilmpanv chiiiaged
-their worki froni a osin to -.,al. We miay
adil tlat'fthIe Stauntoni Canlpay decided int,
-tavurme f ro.sin works f r tilt s;mine r,'aoits,
in part, that influenced the Noiti t, Ik Cimpan,.
but we have every assurance tlhiati our or'ks
will contiue ti t operate well.
Trhe Gas Campanty ot'fN,rfolk lighted tis
c.ty at fitt within ro-ii gas-. The s-elt action of
titist gis was -wilg to tie simnitaler outl,
required tfor t(le imaclminemy necessary 'air
its pAoduction, amid to tile superior lin illianicy
claimed for the light over co.al gas. -TI'he
result t many xpeleinilenits mniade 4' scieti-
liiC ielln at time naol'II, lipmni tihe relative,
values ot tIhis and other gases, coiiiefdtq ii
.."tablhin!lg its gi e.tr purity and brilliaicy
over co-al gts. Without havitig tImese ex-
perinmeintts ,now before me. and spv-a iimg tromi
.recollectiion only, the rosin was said tio be
nearly 100 per cent. denser than ordinary
cmal gas; and as the illuiniiati:g power ib
in direct jproportion to the density, one
cipic fooIt of r-osin was staled to give ats tnuch
1-glit ad two ot the oater gas. T'ihe price
per 1000 cubic feet at thle north for ioasin gas
was generally 87. and we were regulated
in this by other t.iwnm which used this gas.
We used the "Coston" patent for its maln-
ufacture, which was succesmfidlly woikingat
the time in jSpringfield and Treito.., amcr.
woul, perhliapi, have ontinted it but for
diicultoe. which displayed tleniselves
auout a vear after we went into ope-ration,
io th loggingg or ch..kiig atf thie Retoiits
by a rftil(uitl from thle combustion of the
rm iu HI them. This required dhe frequent
"Itoratitmi a.f the etmort,, etat Isids. be--
imngemmnsive, rentdered the spaply of gs
uluterrain amid variable. *1 hi,, .i.owrevea,
Was a disadvantage:to the Companly amd
Aot, to the ronsume.t-Itir while the price was
fixed, its cast in makitig was increased by
this difficulty. I have mo dmrbt thlat a re-
foresee to the bill/ of conamers wit/ show
ttat g~Jd ram. gas at 87 per thotmaiad c~ubic
feelmss alt m'al 'coalga$ a' 84, which
we hn of our c,,iks. My own experience as a
consumer jo this c michluisO'.
'I haVe Ihrmwn together theM few remarks
about the gases and hope they may meet
the pmoits you mentioned to me.
Yours truly, C. W. NEWTON.
To Tazewell Taylo'. Esq.

We refer lltf reader to our uew advertise.
imnete for a detailed ntice of the apeear-
'a n ofliiia hAt fiolyet inwatpt r puth/sgred
lits America. At onme haouiunu tins great

SatherA entoie prite has demonstrated that
.hle ouib can piiuce and sustain a first
I.t( U- wspmper. Mr. Garder, tie mpublish-
,.r, deiwves all etieouragetment. bee time
maiqtssi ttiseti-tem i.

Tir schooner J. B. Blecker. Edwards
ilrite, has ariedm, bhri'gitg Pixt) toius mf
in ."t I .twol as enger ad plalfniai cart for

, V.-Pcfr Wlco s ,aUilloaU. We learn tiat
ithiawoik i6 rapidly prog-es'ing. and tiat
there iemaiuns m only about two mihes to be
Igraded. We hope soon to hate hi' pleas-
U vl.of (viitig our "Auncient City" friends
tly rAil.
0131 POiT.-We no1 ice an nnumnual
autuut iof veewls iii port this week. wh,,e
islats give our wharves, itn some places. a
SforeM-hlke appearance.
.P avy awmrted cargoes of goods, &c.,
are being disebarged at the wharves of
SMesrs. Biabe & OCanmova, Dr. T. Hartridge.
anid C. L. Robiuson, whoe "Stores are
presenting very budines-ltke appearancem,
and ffuerig well-amorted stocks of. mew

. ___,.._.._.~ _~_~....___..... -:---- t~sr; ~-~~y~. ~n~~u~iW

'11e ot his legs so badly crushed under the
wheels, that lie gradually mink under the
severe shock upon his system, andl died
from its effects at a late hour that night.

fa.,eca.- -It is Mai that Frwa-o hasa dr-
manded explaiatioms "f Prussia relative to
her increased money demands fir the War
Depa't lment.
ENGLA N D-No intelligence of importance
Pailiameni has been diti:uwiug I hie tCentral
Ameiicah question.
SICILY.-Ain itinuriection lina br-ken out
in thlis I.alnd, and extends ,ter tlihe while
of it. 'The iummriectionists are said to Le
without armnus. ammutuitii., anid, in fact,
destitute of -the material uecesary to sus-
tain the movement. Garil-aldi has lefl for
the Illand. He took with him about 1200
volhauteers In his manifesto hie denies
being ihe adviuoevr ,f Ihe b'eilians. but says
they having rmim agaiuat their oppiresaMrv,
as a lver of liberty and biker of tyraunts he
mut lead his ad. lii war cry s-"Italy
aud Vitor Exashil."
RomK.-Ilt has been suggeted to the
P, ape to call an aembly at RaUm, i
which every Catholie power should he
repreented by ses political person of
N io.---ramon''I ba d forte still
puresm hi. Thebelief I d t enM t Ihbe
ie depend.

AUKANSAS.--llon. T. C. Hiudman I.s
been re-nomiiuateu ifor Cuugites.
The Madison Mess.nger informs u tht
the carl omi the Peiclaj & GewiW sli" l
mad t:si, tsm ohhifm|, tun ill *
cmtulecttaug at flhat pulut with tl1l t
alo, that thi deput s beugb built A-
boum, pieparatoly to tie fiblamt ig
tu thma' p a-in '5'
The Sass Floridian,Sof The I
commenced the secondd vou
spirited and ably conducted pa Is
the by. what has become de
Daily Flrid;an 1 We
teemed cetttipranry may Bre
brilliant and lucrative onseB 1i
than in the irst volume. i -- 4 -
The Bdit.r of he U
has beea traveling. I
portion of the M &I
Paper 1h4t the cn-t*','el
promdullim "tat5
The Quy be antvd |
in thaol emmouitey uft a dvrer e MeoicUa
bhrsee sam aruee. br"fOut by e t
T. C. 5afeisAk. at Tabpb4 Tim aeivele -
are Imall 1t stive, baity/eae Vey UK,
The Caipudua esoplesind wfh hie l
thi.l be will eSuatla the ">e61ep .
T-h yi we---- -we yw e
dsauth" "aw IF tsea W baoirnhave


-J e t .^*M \1 .. -

We invite attention to thie following in- Mr. Yul+60;-L-.t.er+. *. '4'
resting' letter, written for, and which we- In anrther place will lie fotund an inter- I
ake from, the .Fltorida Sentinel. It does esthi:g letter f.onlt ,1inat,.r 'ifc, ainkinl'
but in ple justice t6 thie St. Jolit's Rivei, k.awji to his rj.,nini ,nti it lmiw' termii, inon s
nd tihe soil, &c., t li.-i : to retire from pal clit I Si y l Ice 1840, 1 3,
_-. thecapilcitics of Dtlh.gIl a4 wU. S.Senatdr, '
Mlesers. Editors:-Haviig imade a tour ini o el-t 8. S t
the River St. John's hip as fari as Enterprise with the exception of a hiletliu, offour -
in Lake Moinroc and on tile rhores iof Lake yea-st, cmlaewLl was tsel h;tled biy a divisirin
Jtesstnp, it is rimitaikable that so little is yi--m4ifeineucrati party. he h'is ably' aa
known of Ithis livi and section o' r ta tiSta .rf- ,. miti ,-ly lepresentefd the State, evt'e anw-
)iv the citir ens of ? lorida g-netl'Ily. t e le
liver St. John's is a imiajestic str.'am;froi tainig, wi'lt h atmc eri n ,cg ndelyiv, lhe car- .
tie city of Jacksonville up to Palatka, a ditil. principles 0l Ife Deniaran: paly .-
listanea of seventy-five uniles, the river is But mt only ill i)ils w i hmls lie tendered- t.
fiom 1 to 3 miles wide, a bol d and spleidtlitl tile State service, foir as the prrioeert, of Omle
stcatn, with mian' public hotuss interspersed l ent tem f nterl r e-
alouim its banks tfor thle beiiefit of invalids "in I y a m t rove-
tind others, wlho seek this mnild lo cation.to mt ts, tht la..one f fad will con-
avoid time tigor of tlevNorvih" 1r' 1hsi'^, tiniej.t-di more, f4oriti.e sdvancemnt. of
lFro'u Palatka the rive" gl"adu.ihlly Uarr.mws-, tie best intemres:i of FlIkrida, he hlms give _';
now and then spreading outit into large lakes, t its development ait -al lciial 'operation
one oh which, Lake George, can lie coilnpalr- thos udnum abos, d initial afhii.y, -
one 1 n-ii,^.t uc 1 those atdnoiis laboi S.rf fillancifll abiliy,
ed tm) all inland sea, being twenty nMi 14s long Y,
antd nearly of the saute width, in pausing without which its piefemnt jpioudI prospects
thlrotughl which the shores arejust discernable could not have I.emnachieed. i .
from the deck of tie Steamers. Sprin-g Such resit'is honor eno.igh for one man,
Garden and Lake Monnre are beautiful i nonu t to h s
sheets of water. All theie inland Lakes .'I.
present a beautiful view to tI,. ]passenger, g'city lis patriotism. and Iis statesman-
and to those fi on the Northern stctionl if ,ship, tile te latest poslenfy. t'.loritda has
the Union ile ve-ry picturesque, having-gn utseld his iuindustry anl'Iis talents for the
their shore a vig-rons .growth of treT., advancement 0fd"ix glorv. and she will not
artliong thenil tihe nible C live oak. tl.e stately.. .-
ca )a(rge, ti alinettoa fro-m 40t to.J0 feet uhiuli. f e. s- gl r
x .i..,colu th ih a,w rh ittr golden am nmP.ik setful (if her ins. --
1i it. -*,-, We trust 4hat Mr. lee.W.,ilktWd Mthat ',
Thlie lands adjacent to^dle river and tlhe repose and full .approbition in privee life
lakes are ini matiny places very 4iie,affoid.- Ilat tlp frinrm f party Warfare -as Jened -
inig locations for plantatinmis oft siagar cae ,e oitn, le
and sea island cotton andl nsiiy delightti. hin I re' t actively emgaged il tiw publllt
situations to fr the cultivarion of ihe irainge, service. '
lenion and many other tropical iinits. As K .. L-!-C,'i. l
fhe I i.lians lavet b.een 1,ert.amrihnly irenov- P -H. 'iW. all wish
ed. thie Upper St. Johu's audits trilutAries to dio that; bur, iay hoQV cAm -J k ,
are becoming more available for etdmenttt c-henThe weaSe. is get1gr i wm, Mil
and are fast filling up with an titerpriditng political ruuning high I- Wliv. )adIa am
population. Thie lands, especially tike ham- -,h. B "' .
.. e t o men i ., i st i l, e s, w t '
mocks, are inmanl"y places very rVAlt" liig .et eK i t i e t m
based on marl and clay, mixed wilt lhi <, world ;just dropin at ithe beadifui' re. f
and produce fine crops ot sea-island coittoi.t Messrs. Watemhuuue & Bowes. where':yha
Thle clituate. by those hlIs have bmeen lng will i,'ml that our public i-ptle rited llo-
resideats, is i repreented.as .vei-y heal: 3, citizen ,- A Youig, has put iii ta
aiid tlhe ieat in sltitier nAil as 'Ioppressive
a5 is getinllrahlly l posed, hIeig tenl-eedl excellentt ai"da Fot.itain, antd fnmi-ies "
du-rimin the day lay the Iteiz frontm thm t'reslI ail ''ijmakll ug Swm Wate, vith ailt
Atlantic on tIhe East and at ia igt frm-n tIhe "variety if superior 89fruos, and all made -
land. The'l nmigati.,,m is. niimterrtisltedl tip gratetullv com.l lay ice, to buit the t'l.i -i:.-
toi Lake Mounioe, wh.-elm is as far as a gaa' l te tie water.
sized Steamer now laiis. IThe saime Oleanict'r .
whitclh goes up t, Enteijtlise, o lto.Lke- it addition to this luxury, Mr. Y,u,*g
Mnre, cali g- ip intoa lake< Je.st.p. ait k eps hifor sale-, at time aenme place, a |qrge
tlie -,Vesteiii eid at lhichi'thi-me will tim all S imllv oof Strawberries, "Toanlatames, Snap .
probabnlloI Ie a P mist (tice established tlts ; BeaI s, i.Olions, TnTurnip, Cabiages. -Geen
eiisug FallU mViiiter. to-ibe calleUi "Lsonn *a. "
At thih psmlce a st-a.m t.W .it d- giist mill, Corn, Squashes. Cuicumueis. a&c.. &c., all
ansd a store at[d wharf are beiiig ei'leted, if the finiest qualiry, aidl will eallilnile tihe
tor tlIe cinvetieince ot thie settle s. Lake sulipply oftAll kinds of v'getlabls il their '
Jessup ism abmiut twcentit intlts a>uthli ii eaimsoi,,t. N.w, a cge.aLle ditt. amd it-ad
Byke Mi m; rom sn its aSoul- iml Watercill ke-po ymu co,,l.u
%,e-el iI cornler tooT oi ae %il e-o od
vic-teiin comer i iniia Bay is aboutm'ii
eigllt n11l s, and over a fine cotinitrv for a DOMEST( ITLtf,. _
road. pas-aig thriaigh s-mime rich lands iln
thie Farl G;.tlin aindAppkasectiotns i. This Otio.-Tlmem Ciieinneai Eq.uirer g -Ie.-
plhce ha i ll -tn ot ei .io.ked ur ti.e g .ea"it- i a mU,:t a te, 'fit t.,rna.i,, vat a. a |i
temlnal ]i|prmiveseil.-n'.'s guiiigtAn it hibs ll ;tle. i
and offers a fille. op.el u g tfr callt.l s sIto <-d. 1 .t city almid *..i-i il. io Il the -21.vOR ;
make a Ililromad, as thisti offes ilsi least H'uses %Cie :1mitiotc4, almad sni sleais mntal ;
itaiottnt at" laud ira. elIt a tS ,t e1 1 -tclitin cini Iiatis tli..k. Se a, i%, hi e's -t.vvf.t'- : ,
fiir ctnuiulni-liiiniilt w Ihl.-4,1e Wa ,irimt fl '"' -d"e r 'i- .. ..'rfli.- W y- i ."
Atlanlic atid Otulf, anil is *er-esmidl1 at' ill ha t -
ichsii5s, alhiraiig t ho lie itiviall ail t-a-v- in.oe4 the m sttttt e -
elhr aim, easy antes tom libe'ialot mt Kay W-st, known to that h latitude.
Cuba, PetMicrla. M,,Iile atii Nes8 Om'eans ".Co .\E<...1"CT..-A ...igamt uiat -r
oim tlle Vest. 2 anl l.y tile Itver St. J,,hmiin...' -
and lihe aigi t-eailielss, al I'alaika i Jack- ieieaing the cattle in iti-us
sonville witb aill thie polta on tille Atlantic. ]Is if tle Stmte. It i ofthe IMIMe tatuie -
A canal is, now Irojecting to colinect tlhe as that whmiclhhas la ioved sta atatil il Ma-sa- .,-
waters of Indian Rliver with Lake Hariiey chur-etts. ThIe Legislatu'r6 has appointed
whici will aImpelt an inland navliigation o tlth C,.i.missioners to i .vestigate the cause of
up to St. Lucie or nearly to tilme Cape, and.l it
which will open a large tract mif country fior
settlement. As many in the holder st-tled NEW YORK.-The Methodist Episumopal
portions of the country are looking about to Chiuich (North) is hoi"ldig a Geuenal Com-
reimove to other secticus, thevy had belhtter ference at Bfialo. The question o f slavery
look at this por-tion of Florida before they .. .. .
migrate, as in this portion there are many is the l also-bi6g topic. The clerical
fine locations, with g,,od soil, easy access to radira/n pr,,pose tSa change the rules afllt
tuarket and a country which with industry CtnrrcDbjMm- to throw the holder of sites
will pr'dnce many articles of ready.Bale. u ]K'le of membership aud cram.
Thieuftirny ab,,nitds i,, game, .a,.l ii r --
-lA- 4dkifith inb in variety, all ,,ft"b&4, "muii o. "
tjlEt" l'*11-''hh a*nd thme mil?,ni* feq'*Ol.0Li'nA.,-Jrhiere is a report of the
tI SameS makjwdl* yenIT da1 tl^ -ial especially .:t. i Indians ont Carm ,,ti liver. The hIdhmia .
vallds, a1 wel au Ihe enitetpruuhlg plai~t-rt. i i a
a a tIp(iNA. ,iumubered thihce or tour huudred, -and wc-st
United Sates of Nsmrm America. well supplied with arms. A-med parties
Ttda~Laae. May. 1860. had started i, lumsUnit of them. The eriM .1
F are said lo be generally ot a good eb>Mfi r
FATAL ACCIUBT.--A negro man, the Excitement still pievails about the Wu4 .
pr,,pertv of C oi Sanderson, by imprudent-. iver miues. .<
hy jumping from the freight carm, nihile i: V.KO.MA,-Lcui.t *r reported. N h
mn,,tion, near the depit in tihis cit"y. m |e ohenrappeaonceintbiiStaehllrl .
Saturday last, was knocked diwotwn and had ahtaea. e Ih a gr