The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau 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 in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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LtODJ something like an hour glass, 1-, t :;-. .'

And something like a saddle.I -' .c. .. .. -- :- -. ; 4
and described,must:amount.,to many; same laad.. one op,being planted.January !R 7 Tlenbole'coast.of Florid. ; '

asked of'several city""gents,' times its, cost IMcrnri.woa14,..alsobe and ,the other vin.July, Bat-admitttBg that at least 600.y mQes,abounds, .- ,. .
to'be'at hand made snot; Who chanced Florida to the the production !and the,oysterif. "D/. ,
bMaW' furnishing vain ?
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"What was it I* bat their gibberishI able minerals-resources ftnaers Emu, mechanics,'and ar- of Jriii potatoes,:she'has still the sweet I tae world_r in: tise'.and ; .:

could not understand. tim.F..n} the advancement of farming intertsU. potato or jam'(a mm"valaable..rootj 'which !grouper,redfish,. ,mullet,* .

restraint .. No one step:could probably.meet ordinarily, ; :produces .as j muehper acre, as.Uie_i l to be found 'lD auh ;
ODe fellow caned it or so effectually' the desire,now.common '
On certain parties placed, directly farmers for agricultural science/ Irish potato jitlda_in_the North ._ I'mast every point both,of th : as
among is
There is no soil and..climate'.better adapted ern coast:.and the :
still better farmers' mi&h&
farmer :
in Every ; .
Like a decree Chancery, 1 it J .flLs.-JU : -.
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the tenant's waste I" be put in a way to analyze their own soils and to the production >of ,turnips c and,rut bag>u creeks of thelnterior. teem : .
To stay directed to the most available resources, and than those of East Florida. .It, Is common to Aah"Qd<." J. the***_**** -v, .Si-. U&; .

Another-jaat the queerest chap the four best advantages nudes of certain improving to arise them.from To cabinetof these see tarnPsofh t pounds/weight' growing' in. shell- turtle,. .* -4Bitt. .-

Of any in the swarm agricultural ecology.for schools many others poor sandy soiL ,East Florida .certainly surpasses _, .'th.:are objects o ;;

Said, "'twarn't the glass of fashion;but might be added; but as each of these must .the North.is production ,of turnips don_ ;".1' hleh'series. to OemT" to,

It was the mould'of form. exceed many times the cost of the-outlay, ,.more.. and ruta. bagas, both,. _as to_..the. ...amount, peracre. of the.importancewhich-l ita *. .

cannot be needed--; -_ and the,ate and quaiity.offhe .t'4 k- tioi,tta climate_ ,.and itl.n &;
a'twas machine :.sae.--3ome'fbnr; since the .: .
Another years ,
With Tery little.. ,.care, and attention.., &siFlorida .. da. The.fast amount of ,
her pupils of the B..Y kachKa were requested /- '% f j--V-*- ;
used to rig
A lady by their Superintendent Trustees to make enjoys every.delioatj of yegttaLlecttl-,: capable of'producing Sea

To bring her life and form into collection for their schools and, their homes. tare at all seasons of,the,&!' .Beets, onions' tobacco'and.sugar cane, ( of
The Tery smallest figure.77At Within three weeks from the time of that request : :"
carrots lettuce celery cauliflowers consumption of the almost
egg-plants, .,,
not less than fifteen thousand.Fcssi1
last, a litttle girl came out J&s sums, 'were. commenced,. each .containing &o.of superior sue and quality,.are.produced only to.the consumer but to it*
And-think of my amaze!- specimens showing the elements of mountains, with, ,the most 'stdifferentcalture. dater* and f Its fine_adaptation"of -. i-

She asked me if I wouldn't pleaae rocks, and soils, with other natural and artificial melons, canUloups,pumpki P',encumbers,a nd,, ecinlro4uMu.. ,. .most .;

To bay a pair of stay a 1" curiosities.and Trustees' A similar of request choola'ltDeranl by Superintendents in short,.every .thing that-grows upon finer" v' degree of.,prosperity far:' ,', .

through the country must''soon render.collections come.to great perfection ia.East.Florida. joyed by.any.of the State, '

Of coarse Fd heard of"stays" before, of nature and art among the most common Every one knows that,in the North, iena? The great advantages to. ;

nut strike me deaf and dumb, evidently would be the soils'eaJtf consolidate fromthe, *;
u''lhey > among. dons clayey. culture of the:orange, lemon -
If e'er I until that hour, most interesting, of household utensils beating ; of
drying effect of asummer's;sua or#the Florida, is a subject little,_ J-

Suspected them was um. of heavy.winter rains,to, such,.a,degree as toconstitute ted,oat_ -of'tie Slate 'It 'P :i to.

eommunCeatrtr.LETTERS tbo tnaaal ':ilabor of the s .'
Well-!' it exceeding strange, .,principal profitable,enterpriie,, '
That any maid or wife. cultivator to restore them to a.fine_ tilth sgain States. "The insect,", hi ?

Just for 'JitUe taper should for the reception of.iea2.', This' aeveroccursia had desolated Uie' : .

Put out the lamp of lile OB the C Ilmvtr,1 Mite and Pr.dactl.a el fFLORIDA. East.Florida; principally because the most, fruits,which d l'J1ed'the: ;'

soils, in the State contain an intermixture J b',
clayey ,is rapidly diaaPP
I know that lunatics trust hate [ (a large proportion o(organic matter sasutnin8once more'- their_ ;*

Straight-jackets put about .em, NO. IV. ia a_atate of.decompositica, which. with a,due beautiful. verdure The
Bat in their wits should nuke Editor of tie N I:.2.Jt': iertj in thema rund i'i l i j- l--T
women ;Ei PRrida proportion of.very fine sand, ,imparts, to + ,promises :
A skift /.do-without 'em. ita tropical productions that possesses porous character,'not very.susceptible"of.in '. ereDO culture In J ;

ad vantages over every other State in the duration or agglutination. ,Indeed,so easily island Uie fourdatiott'for an. ; .

Slrfcultural.AGRICULTUltE Union: it is now established, beyond doubt, .in East.:Florida .annnaUy reduced to the be'.laid,at'the. .expense.bf._ ''
that the Sea Island or long staple cotton'( finest tilth, that it is not.aa unusual;;thing for as'thecal are,of the orange ,

AND. CHANISY. production' of which has heretofore been confined such as will produce three;hogsheads of sugar Florida. The method, of. "

Below is No. XX of the popular series of as.says to a few small islands in South Carolina to the.acre,..to be.broken np,by a,single h Hand by transplanting the sour s'

on Agricultural Geology,by Mr.Holbrook and Georgia) will grow luxuriantly even in the plough to, the depth.of six inches or morel: the .hammocks, where,'( : .
of this number is particularly of, the peninsula. A superior ---
The subject appropriate very centre enjoy
aa advantage wild..h
therefore has
This is, important ,
at this season of the the open- extend .
year, -
of this article has been produced
ipgjpf spring especially so, both to schools quality ad by Florida .land ia.its preparation, and practice for several_ years,-- .
and in the centreof '
and milies at the "heart of the nation. reI1 on the 5c.wet very culture over most of the lands ia the North; lance; la the first.place, : the
ART" is the Alachua as well as on the eastern coast,- t ;
KATTBE AKD conclusion
I-CABWETS or and it leads to. ,.inevitable. that. with.the difficulty and
Most 6f the attributable to 4 > j I
subject of this number. This important fact is no'doubt .
lug_labor JJfJ Wto ia Ftrrida to producesimilar sweelt.treea-and, in:the.
the in !
of families .
schools, and very many almost of Eut.FlorUju.
the nunZor positum. "
Washington hare: made a beginning in collecting the production of this crops.then b: InolfpepiiiTiTj wivmumty the.. *trees,planfeeti.and. .' ,

specimens for their use. Some such_collections The importance' which in the North;.for'it_ win'be readily perceived mUChO. nir'th.. sweet'trgr. ;
East Florida will -_
are large and valuable. As nearly valuable_ staple must give to. that the, same.cause. which. saves. labor in'the.. The'MUT trees may; be 1
tae whole country is represented by the residtntt estimated when' it.'''Is eouisMeredthat, ': 1aoi < r ;-.j !; "v5; >: .:
duly : I In
soil also
preparation ofthe; saves the hammocks_ at any .tim. ,1
of Washington,they can readily procure cultivated there without the feu of -
from eir friends abroad a rich variety of it can be I culture. No description of soil, ia the oountry lisle:, 1'9'should_be ; .. ,4
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specimens to increase their collections. < ,mpd- I requires more than one ploughing to prepare from the Aground. and -
Great additinal interest can be given to minerals and Georgia wh1ch1ieJd this staple_are now"so i it tell{for the -reception-'any- crop! c1produces it W .m ah e"m ;-.
by models of crystals made of pasteboard nearly worn out that their average product per receive- more'titan" .'tit's .i tobehttdd s" !Js n------ _
and but few
crops xong 1"iff .
by young hauds. giving, at the same exceed hundred and fifty ,
does not one '
time great skill in mechanism. In the public acre one ploaghine ID .theirculture. Many crops are taken from sweet 'trees .:

school in the charge of Mrs. Hint we have pounds and there is no other portion .of the of corn in Alachua,.of from.forty i sttted'into: the'young'< \ ;

witnessed a great variety of such motels,made United States, with,the exception of East,Jlor- bushels per acre, have been made with a single ieea are- budded' at the '

by her pupils,affording them the richestpos- where it cuesbeproduc4 Neither can it ;
with the most substantial ida hoeing and thinning, and a single ploughing for' trees to_bear the sweet ; !
sible amusement
India .and it
Texas Egypt or '
in ;
be ,
produced Sweet are always: months the
knowledge. Something of the kind eiideutly sum's 1ueatl7. potatoes;. budding. .
ought to be, and most certainly will be, introduced is more.than probable that there,is in no part made with a single ploughing,aDd a.t, pickings are selected:from.'the' hi> -.' .
into all schools throughout the country. of the world a country of much extent so well ;
over to free them from weeds, &c., :rurniPS (;and they can be found'of
Drawing is a species of mechanism, and climate and soil to the production
highly important for farmers-for mechanics adapted, both in Florida, ;ruta bagas sugar; beets&&,if,sown as years they win. be cum' : : .

indispensable; as the work in many shops is of this staple as.East they should be in.August.or September, .require sand oranges each, and will

done entirely from drawings, no models being The cultivation of,, this, valuable staple in no'subsequent'culture produce as large increasing balM and '
used. the Fairs to be held "is' well worthy the attention' of
At Agricultural East Florida crops of either of them:as..can be grown in 'This culture is well'wda
next autumn drawings of animals plants,and in general but especially' of those '
implements used by farmers will doubtless be planters their New York or;Pennsylvania. Even sngar,cotton smaU'capital, whose health

furnished in large numbers and rich varieties, Southern planters who are.wasting energies and tobacco receive less labor ia tbpantiOD pre in Florida.-A'- isnitable ...

produced by young hands, both in schools and in the profitless production of the common of the son, 'for their reception fad much obtained,'on;which 'p : : i

families societies, for and that school specific superintendents object. Agricultural and trustees short :reduced staple Cotton to loV which a price.competition, .- hu already less after culture'.than: is given.to ,,a crop of and'an exlensive:grove. : : ( I

have jointly recommended the. measure.It so } which eorn'in New York; There can,ia short, be no moderate expense :Bat. to -
cannot fail of being popular, in the largest Although the lands of'.East' of doubt of the fact that.similar crops receive_ and ten this culture' sense of the word.AGRICULTURAL. yield on the average three hundred pounds i -
require much less labor' for.their productionitt'East thoca of any other& t 1 ;, ;ia i
-GEOLOGY No. XX.BY Sea Island cotton,' six hundred pounds of i Florida Uun ia the Northern States., out interfering u';'w'ill, : o.' I
thousand poandsofsugsrpeitacre -
tobacco, and two The general topography of East Florida maybe operations,they.can, ; I
2OSUH BOLSaOOJL; si at a much '
be purchased '
Schools gave the fast impetus to geological can this time i. lands characterised as that:'of slow. country,so the outlay of a'dollar,, .p fD t

surveys. The impetus thus given has led to lower price than the common agricultural the that the surfacein most of the level pine lands, thatmay nltlmaiely"yield *' .

legislative action for such surveys' in almost of the NorthefD\and, Middle States, or: Is placed within the reach of a constant. supply other. prodnctions. ,, .." every State of the Union. By such action the common short staple cotton lands of the South, of moisture,derived from the sub eoil by solar The longevity. of' the : '

treasures of wealth and of science have been it knot in the nature of things that such can dews he, _
Thousands influence.' This together with theheavy thing which invests it with #
increased unbounded extent :
Loan certain, that assoou I :
upon thousands of scientific collections have long be the case. It is quite which generally prevsil accounts for theluzaacidoonttaat'verdure character'than common In it

been made; hosts of scientific men have been 'as the character 'of these lands becomes runt covering of grass : and*fo urhh.T t ,

, raised up, now scattered over our whole country generally known they,wijlKU at a price corresponding which the whole face of the.country presents, lie.orange'trees' 'now: '' 'a {
and hidden treasures.f wealth trough to their intrinsic,.nine which, in
with Bomtha knownW
view for the special benefit of farmers,anddi.rectly even In the -1ltSIOu.' t are. ,
or indirectly, of every American citi as has beeu'already shown Is greater than that A large proportion of a Northern farm is necessarily hundred years:old I So"th : '

zen. of any other lands in the United' States. 'appropriated to the production, of whenonce, ',established, :
The unparalleled progress made 'from such Sea Island cotton the stock during a but ; '
Besides coffee cocoa sugar, i grasses for hay to sustain man's life-tim,'
humble in the advancement of *
these two beginnings great national objects.eci and Cuba tobacco, rice,, indigo,arrowroot, cochineal dreary winter of half a year**'duration.' .This, sfice'for his children. ;

wealth,-renders the completion ruture pro -cactus, .sflk"Sisal;':hump,New Zealand 'is nurd7l :in;East Florids where < '. ; ; A

grew tie work US1 and certain. The schools flax, oranges,lemons,Coxes;'pineapples,olives, ,, perennial pastures;sufficient to feed any.

r of the country, indeed of all countries, are : grapes md'othtiu ia and staples too numerous : ber of cattle or horses'exist naturally,cr,may I '
certain to be furnished with Cabinets of Nature a .
and Art, as instruments of 7.atnIcUon In- to detail, East Florida' produces com,potatoes l be formed artificially wish but little \labor, *

j thus giving to young minds at their ,turnips cabbages' ,and,' in short,'all the by making,the req wclosttresj and- where- ELECTION;OF of

start after knowledge real substantial ideas, Instead vegetables,.that ire known in the .'Northern I the winters are so.mUd that there is never any 'The 'Courier'' aUritmtes .-'
of the mere signs of ideas.' As many So Sumner to.the support the j '
. States. 1rorhCUliJiiI&ock. numerouahere
collections 1 n
thousand'such have already been to the coalition candidates ;
r, made by the pupils needing them,both at school The climate of Florida does not allow corn to the herds of cattle In AIaokbet"" the war Bar"Uxbis'attributing' m .

I .and at.home by the aid of these tens'and be planted so ttoe as In' hi-Northern_ States, that'from 7,000 to 10,000 could be seen grating power'to thePost taaalt. i *

hundreds of thousand*will 'soon be added to and there are pot' ,therefore. so.'many, .hushelsprodttoed at once'on Payne's prairie and there; was;a dsing?JTheeleeUon of '
the number, At,1 least a Cabinet of Agricultural to.the.acre, ,Tk; good lands in'the whose stock to tae eeadaot,of tbe ty
the Wacasassa
Geology m1anltahJ, soon be placed in single grazier on. ewhig papers,and,the ; .
'each of the hundred thousand of American Interior ordbasill Ocluee' thin to forty had'increased. .,in'the coarse ota- ,."ftwyeart. tohe In pursuiag af course that
>scbools- virtually, if not literally.- .bushels per acre without the aid'of manure of | number .r:3' ,ooo'- -without any' other. .expecse cia'Adaaa'.Joha;a: : ; -
From such provision four advantages are dmbtM irbethec'the best Charlee hIDer'Stepken -
any kind;and it b than that of JT&ig them. .- r
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evident each making large returns for the Wt1ot'Cbnr a Allen.<& ;
I :outlay: best Increased qualifications com land*,la New York.wo d,:prodoce more la most parts of Florida_ .hop thrive well' ,'and, lea&ig ttadpcwtrfal? n\- : : :as.

! teachers nail teachers. Such a cabinet properly 'under: Ur culture Much"moro.',might>no fatten without any other'sapport, thaa,.that en fiusatidMa.' --.-. b

1 explained by a, manual' must 'increase .douUUaocompliahed_ by the people of Florida which they derive>from tH'abowtABI.roots and party as the,tool of the t

''knowledge and awaken mind.in any teacher with the aid ofneiar rotation:of crops,.and mast of the country.. .: crats with b slave prope. t
increased value to hi instructions of t
is their party tragiaf _
using far, giving beyond Iii cost To certain extent, Jodidous cuHee r aaI.U is,to:U:hoped thai' ; There is .certainly oo portiwi oftluUsttedsbutidaist ; merely gala skre. '. I: ; ,
;lit might give to'each teacher: the advantageof they will resort to these expiddenta to preterVe Statw ere game and. fis&are. so> aa HI' iaeftt oaa dalM- I x. 1

a normal school'Drought to his,,own' door, the fertility of.their leads ilros t deUriorattokWithrtfard t .. inFart Fluids._ : Tie fact that large body of rn mad' with-withera ; .
and Into, II"o.D'" 'field of' labor. .Setwii, h.. to'roots,it requires ti whole ,! :..1ei tea yeias warfare td : J
would secure a more..effective use of school n to" : M, Bastes Cevriar, <4 Hi oo .
funds Probably no complaint touching schools of_thtlr'J .s, smef,.. fat y' the.Northern. y ti ,States- .of'WW&e_ 't. H. .ti7 r ram reared and stnagtkeaei> ;
is sots universal on-either continent thd.;the duos a single orejC,';la Florida oa the'contrary 'tra?' "G.'lII8tf. aosa eri4.oein it itass byt bwe. of the de> .* t s

-.1.4eftcUn application of public funds ,a crop of.Irish.potatoes. and.,a crop of; endpkhw. Fot tads aasereisi. B.:essdles betert Kerei0rtb OMBfromlses OI'ti. ." < \
prodded far their use: so certain -- tureei_i4 .w 'lIuti1i:- very; -'? '
> y
\ awaken general Interest,uft"enlighten the potatoes or yaw. < j .VfJteffity. ,'- r Uwwferadaji a fed atatep 1tBI laUamii hi tUatxr- ., .: : t
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public trend,ooald not foil to suggest.someibetwter l rodoed en the S SM,land wkYa''i.- a4 is reeoati.s;i*wk4f._state, 1

modes or'to correct,some defects in apply- U Florida-1 osaoi'rival. orth to- r tie amount alatrght 'ed merely firtihiitehbiii.{'Iktttaair.. tto.sy teffific free if. i_.

C'.f..ii provided ft*.aJL_ Third,=laedevelcpaeat .of the>'edeoti of Irish potatoes, per!aoe'In. b.r ._'li'Ii W.'tj4t. ..1 of tfec wpedr r.were tht ; >.
'of a&aeral aarl. other natural urea R t .-_.i.,1.i.I._' 't aIII&at.," f&t.; : '
T ads within a .iiait.aU svetep 1W.btlesst .. .. t t0 .
OoHecUons likely to ;. wetaj :B.rn FI 1fi0 } '
labcUed t.: within the aIler dace, n .:l-i..7l'Jt. 1 Li .t rt., I y t t
alter rccdnug a cafciaet;properly ,srI by pro4ia g .crops year q ;

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rTHE LATE: ENA1:9nl.CtIOSS. -THE NEWJACKSONVILLE. %. : 1Ve an aTffctfgrlth the above h"ead- j 3.; ,,p; fl o7Sher* lligAtI Coilvesat.ChaTlatOjrOVt _T.LU'LCW : .ro
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The commentaries of the''Tat1ous of 'J'
'rg ns :1 the Mercury.I That a.movement hasjbeen, on foot fortfL"
the two great national parties'on the recent : ing going t roundi.of.the Submission prints t1 _
; rxRItoqjusIoN. : of thUfalrJ land from. ,
elections Senators would'afford ''J.rf.r to'cxcitelndfgn'atiou : liberation thedejym
amusement of the S at which makes A,sickly attempt ,
; did they not excite sentiments cia deeper kind. againsTtfce Southern Rights 4.'Ihe CODTentl D having1r embIed,the re. sway of its present rulers,: there Ja&p,do r

I The National 1ntellige cer expressed' its regret for to and circulating solutions ..and address of the Committee ofTwentyone but as to its extent-and character,9littfc{|
Mississippi subscribing
at the election of Sumncr but rejoiced at men
were token up,when known by the people. Since Joe unTorta
the election of Wade., TheRepublic isover- 'the Boston "Emancipator Common"ncalth .1 .
lion.J.L. 0a moved resolutions reported termination of the Cardenas
.I come with the treachery Massachusetts Democrats abolition P}r- 'This d. simply ridiculous affairevery ef
in electing Sumner, but applauded the ) and by the minority as substitute_ as follows : : seems to have been madetb1the-A
of two things nothing
; Whigs of New York for electing Fish : MAY 17, 1851. and prov.es one Resolved That feeling ,entire confidence In ; Ion to poison.the mind of the, ''Amtrf.-
Now it is not obvious that each editors of those
only party se.jltproves.jhatjhe out State GovernnjejD.t
: Constitutional of '
organs this t; Not nttD "1r
pie on anbje th'
trails itself in the North of Freesoil coalition V either themselvesre Pft
I a circulating it are and the Convention !
papers ,
when an opportunity occurs, but that each ,AgenhafobeJOwff ._.: i iiDbl'-imir ltf. 'i;tJ n1ii1lht lft irp:V elected und r"th-act.paJed--the last dent Fillmore's proclamation,and detUautita

prefers an alliance of that sort to one with:its M j.Jonn BJUBD Tallahassee,F1 ,' iM concerning these "wicked schemes"
t'I H.If4', 4J. 'cifcWe l entirely i [with thatclass-f pco'pW 'J. session :of the Legislature we tKurfectly nearly' ,
regular opponents.' Q.. RKABDON, Esq., .Ocala, Fla, < pers f ;willing! to lea'rrto them the mode and measure whole Whig press have joined! bariincaoni
h latter
I The Whigs of Massachusetts could have easily : ; We Incline: hor1eiirtot1ie; supp from ;
T. P. KEKNEDT EEqVTampFIa! .. ; of redress for thC'wrongeehveauflered with the Spanish
,* paid
elected Hallet, a compromise Democratic, by t V : sitlon. V I'-V;. the Federal Government, 'as well at the time of ,, spiesmaintainedtJi

I uniting with the twenty-seven Democrats who Gen. S. BOSSELL, Newnansville. Fla. s f rIJ The propriety V of'the'course pursued by thetff :its application'; ,and," vrithout indicating 'or all the regularity of a consular system la mi

'I refused to vote for Sumner., And these twen B. FBISBT, Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fla.. a.GEO. p "Southern Rfgbts Associafioi 'County 'suggesting the course it behooT08.them. to pursue of our large cities. Th'e'bnrdixi dthesok
; ty-seven Democrats could hare elected a compromise StAugustinelTa.' ,. .f to'abide' '
: by
CEMTEB 'pledge 1'8e1T.
Esq we hereby that the free: American
people are !
'with the ii forcibly by the developements egregfoejV
Whig by uniting Whigs.1 STEELE Cedar Flal proven tbelr"' eti n'Whether the same shall be for secession
1 The same policy could have elected compromise Ju4go.4. Keys ? V made in the notorious Sims C3' e."- Butfor those from the Union,with or without the cooperation wrong in sympathizing with the oppressed C.

I I men in Ohio and New York-that is, provided, ;(the Emancipator and .Commonwealth,) of the other Southern. StAtes, bans, and that the few;brave hearts andatwat'
N"MT8 papers,
in those three States the friends of the AND DlfJI1NI .
compromise UNIONISTS O
-- ; ( that stand to aid with'
most thai case The motion was rejected b a large arms ready ,
ther fraudulent :accounts : ( very BonetMij
J hare a majority of the people. But If it is proper that.things should be called V
this it is now clear.'Js not tho faot. The election is 'less that would,have been'palthnduin' the 'South ;: we thjoaj: ,fj.U more than.sympathy, a people abc.at.to. srrib
their names it no so par V V V
of Freesoilers", 'the Senate,-is evidence by should have heard.of nothing,bul>Inglorious ;resolutions of, the. majority ,were then 'for their freedom, are worse than-wrongd

_ r that the compromise rejected by those States. t! should receive their appropriate. ..appellations. : :they are a of fpirates." 'V V
as follows
execution of the Fugitive Slave Law in Boston- taken up and, 'were separately! gang
And the of of the has to histeilt- V
,J I: attempts fragments two ,. Every, party a right V '4'VjIf. Th'e "Newark Advertiser"
that carried board thethbgtId&t : Dally stlgmitfm
great national parties in other States friendlyto riglii"toex. The'factSj Sims was ob
self'but this deprives no one'ofth : "' I
the compromise, to impute these elections totkur brig'brefcredapin; 'the joas of 'Resolved, That in the opinion, Sf thismeet-! 'the forces said tor have been'rendezvoused a--
amine into its title to the appellation it as1 Carolina" submit
opponents are self-deception designed to ,near being killed ing the State of South Jacksonville nd "
-- dsfeive others. surncs.A '. *. 't:1! the agents Ofth'e'irieiwa' to the wrongs and aggressions which have been gang ordeap L rV12t

when. the compromise bills passed, they certain party, now organizing:'in, the f>t in ihe'Street by a 4 negro.. -that. the 'mob' was perpetrated,; the Federal Government and a "penny daily" whipper-in' of the.joint_pUet

i were supported in the Senate by but one Senator calls itself extrflcnce;'*fth(' appeased and quieted1 by-.a'report thatTSims the Northern /Slates, without! dishonor and after talking with all the gravity,of_ a learn :

I from either of these States, Mr..Di kin on.- Southern States, ,par was purchased, arid 'would'bef immediately-re. ruin;r and that it is necessary ;to relieve her- jackass on our peaceful _relations. ,with Spsrj
t Union party j"'and stigmatizes its opponents as self therefrom, whether1'with or without the ,
been Mr.Webster who .
supported by
: : h1SrCtUrnV to 'Savannahand &C. : "Without a conception tfo
) says of
leased upon' j ; tnt
But all the real of other Southern States *
on going \into the cabinet, was succeeded by "the.Disunion party. after co-operation. ; *
Mr. Winthrop. It was contended, however; tenpartyis: the party olJe policy,.is)most many'other!fuels,''proving thatnhV'Si *'case To'.this. resolution there:were five dissenting pnrpose dais expedition certain"torctvlt && :

I that the compromise, adopted, would be acceptable likely to preserve the Constitution, and consequently was;, ifpossible i a'wots 'failure' than the Shadrach"oi voices.f, V ';nrr,; : trously,thfy are led into the toils oyskuJtugen..

I to those States, and agitation: wonld l:Crafts c cases 'would; 'u ,ei have> ; aids,chI refuse 19'share t dajigef'of the'_Vr..
the Union for the cannot: actionTwlth
I cease. We now know the of this ; Union\ long ,2. 'Retolved,"That concert of one
I absurdity expectation. be preserved under a violated. Constitution. reached the South. t'fo ''those.Abolition papers or more',of ,our-sister States lof Jhe ,South, prise. Many of these "sk 1king 'ardal.&rt

; It is obvious then, that tho three powerful The party that, submits' ,and preaches- ..'""submis-' .; which, fortnnatelyf'orthO 'us 'n fcxP's whether',through the supposed Southern.Congrcssor men in character as high.above,the.'. despiea&ie

States of tho worth repudiate that'scheme of : i true'condition. ; ofaffuirsat' t&Nrh'Tisfor'thispnrp6sethey : !-. in any other manner,f,is'AH;object being who penned(the ibo'vequoied parsgrM
sion" to encroachments the rights of a
settlement which portion worth many,sacrifices,,but not:the sacrifice involved
according to sentiment ,
rir obtrnCcI! 'biSouih as the mid-day sun is above the dirty
of every Southern State is the utmost'that can of the members of the 'Confederacy bit Ineubmissou.Adopted! ; { qmj.

l be submitted to by the South without danger o other portion, may call itself what it pleas. rn' Rights''men. They circnlatfrihenr, unanimously mire that fain would reflect it., .wereiu'on
and-- .-dishonor.- Yet nothing- is-more'common- in es, but it is not a',Union party, in', 'the proper but for the"purpose showing facts concealed 3. Jfc 7coJ(That" we hold \the right of Secession :waters pure enough.
I ail the southern submission states than "denunciation ... the and There are other not ,
sense of the term. It may'use the, name' for by Compromisers, and of exposing "denouncing lobe Vsseniial to the sovereignly and presses, quite as vita
of South Carolina for desiring to tbe'doctrines contained in them. ""* freedom otthe States of this Confederacy,'and perative in tone, who seem to :pity rather thi
I withdraw 'from a Union :with a ,section whose selfish or factious purposes, but the tendency
,. that the denial of:ihat right would furnish toan
shallow abuse those who,would strike
I3ntseh willingly Ctin
I '6rlhe' devices are easily exposed I
members have thus
principal repeatedly; distinctly of its course is the destruction Union. : injured State the JStrongest addUional,cause, I
J and emphatically pronounced against No people ever preserved their liberties, "or and remind us of the 1 attempt of'the; : rogue to for its exercise. : V ": for the oppressed. !They 'cry' oat,- "w thWr

those terms which the most submissive States himself from'detection' down C) 'T' the hand although the blow arc about
: tho mankind by purchasing a hollow screen by running I Adopted unanimoas1l A you { fa
of the South asserts to be indispensable to un respect '
'4 : ion. ? truce, at the expense of a siuge1tiitio of the street and.s shouting'louder;; than any one Ii Iie 4. ,Jfcjg/rflLThat meeting Icoks with strike may be just' you are pirates if you str&t

: If New York, 'Ohio, Massachusetts, and in thcir'jast rIghts. bubmission! _to the slightest vi., ".!?:tu-rm jf;the'JTi k. hid 'riOt.been1 confidence kope.-tp. .the Convention' of the it." Then was La Fayette,the prince of pvoitt,

: addition to them, Vermont, Connecticut, New 'the" for so often trftfd before: it might'succeed; but it People, toi pjlhe'r sovereign power of 'the and the Government_ of'France: which suffered
,, usurpation pr injustice, prepares way .* State in derJRebf rights at the:earliest '
i Hampshire Maine, Michigan, and Wisconsin- V : 'native
Is now woni' thread-bare. him to leave his shores with
I (for in all of them the elections have been hos further aggression ;f ai.d if,- WOo. wonld' preserve. practicable period'.and in, the most effectual arm8oo>
: tile to the cOUlpromic-if) oil('these States this Union, as an inheritricorLIinsmit-" fC Such airs of holy horror'but ill become manner; .and.to the Legislature, ,to adopt' the ney, and men, an abettor_ of pirates. Frutt

i I comprehending majority of'tho Northern ting to our children, we must_ take"a firm, sinister visages'of those who-not only circulate, most speedy.and,effectual* ,measures. towards thesameend. did not line her coast with vessels of war'to

States, and a large majority of'their people, decided and unitcd stand, on our clear 'Constitutional but" qnbtej- "and 'commend: to 'our confidence,* "' -* / : 7To V keep.Frenchmen,from journeying where they
Ii! have decision thus of, after Congress the,argument declared ,agninst and after the observance the lights, and be driven from it' only such piper as' the'Boston Atlas,'Courier # :Enruler this.
7; ofth only terms to which anybody when we are driven from the Union.. V q ,and Tribune, of New York, North Ameri" somewhere in the rld.Yet' Fraaa
I pretends Union be the South can submit, how can the The party that takes this'ground is the true can, of Philadelphia] 'ntid the )Republic and 'In- The of'question the Address wasthentak,'and, it.was ii adopted on the adoption with, was a despotic Government, and;'ours'is;fut \

But if preserved? "Union party," however much may be reviled telligencer, Washington n city'f; papers' tenfold hut dissenting voice- one. Then, too,'Pulaski, .KosciascoDeEontSteuben : I
out of the Union
we go now the ; '
says ,
I Southern compromisers, we do not obtain re- and misunderstood; for if the Union cannotbe I more i dangerous that those subscribed ''for in .Hon.'.Wm-H.: Gist, of,Union,:submitted, the. and a host of :others, whose Ij&n j

t; dresss. We do not recover California,nor New preserved: in this way, it cannot, and ought Mississippi,because more covert'and insidious following resolution :' V flashed in the same'cansewerepw7/M. 'opus',

I I t Mexico. Let us wait for further aggressions. not, to preserved: at all. It is by pursuing in the propagation. *of their'anti-slavery prm- Resolved, That,this.meeting is ,not .disposedto too w's pirate. Pity the world had nets, frf
Well when further aggressions made, will : -Iv. ,separate,from.those ,who express a willingness -
I you'then obtain redress by going out of the Un an opposite course of policy, and by"yjelding, ciples.. __: :; T0 nbid "IL.:f4to of.the State J;that. we more, such pirates! L :c,.t f

dl ion?'. No, you will only suffered greater step by step,'to Northern enrachnentslhatthe The one a1iJCks us' like the.robber Mameluke, cordially accept their pledge to sustain,the'action Some.' may, say' :that- these" 'cases- are not pint

I sacrifices.: On the principles of Mr Clay, Mr. 'party now claiming'to be the peculiar guardians in.broad.day, upo n the open face of the desert; ,of _the 'Constitutional, .Convention, and, lei with- that of Cuba; but those whoknowmjthey ;[

Webster, and Mr. Fill more,'yo't "are now justified of the Union have brortght it to the 'very the other,like the Eastern vampire, that fans that.we have an abiding i confidence that South. are. Cuba"is not the tame,'meek limit

retiring from the Union: because they a* _._}LiLL.Q itsvicUmto with' its and then Carolina,will present .an unomaea rout to
k all admit and asseredyour right t to the little vcrgeofdssolIltiOiL: VT .sleep" ; wings V -" ".... her:enemies, < >*--- .. --'- -6 which ehe"is' represented, to 1btberpsMata
the,:compromise'lift,;you, and to sepemt If it If the'policy adopted by'the"'Legislatures O( suckS' life-blood"! _:? -- *: The resolution was adopted'unanimbnsly, of inJ'and Whigs journalsJHSheislumbering

"ere'notrspected, nearly all the Southern States, some two years Which'have-,we'most' to fear;'ftncfw1iose' conduct and with-great,applause.:,; :.. 'ro: ::- ,volcano,.which ,but) slight exes :

.- "Why is so wait distinctly for furtheraggresslons given that they will, when be committed notice ag,had been .manfully and perseveringly :adhered ( ; is' the-most reprehensible ? That: 'J of the' .. Address-will published c.l in our next. suffice to make'another Vesuvius or Elst i ito L

j on the first opportunity! Is it the part, to, no.'candid," mac can dO1tVtbAtVthO. I. .. ", og-, Hinds County Association' i, ,. -or' of A.tho.. ,; Submission" 1 4 S' the- myrmidons'of tyranny. We; the Amen i a

I a we doTnot say,of a free or an intelligent people; gressors would have paused i.n.el. ,career, editors*l' : ;., THE' SOUTHERN :RIGHTS, CONVENTION. lean people,know the wrongs of,Cuba,:,andw] '
; but is it the part rational beings to,wait until the South ou1dlirive been i f' Il" V knows them too. ,Fettered and it
hat( .the rights of _,J : t Convention,Southern!Bights Associ- disarmed\ j
the injury is actually inflicted, in.tteadf all danger to:the Union THE ORANGE. tions concluded its laborsyesterday, with the "bides her time." She calls in a lowy whisper* L
respected and present ,
I .
avoiding or preventing? Why, the meanest V .,' V' Now; that it-is pretty well ascertained that adoption of,the Resolutions and Address of the ii
voice "Friends ;
i lag t
and lowest of the brute crcatioflhas instinct averted. ; j
n the pestilence which has for several Committee of 21. The 'testote'was on substituting
past '
enough to foreco danger, and 'energy enough But discord crept into our Southern. councils., years 'the report of'the V minority of-the ,Com buoIie'lih. ( in).phis,galling. : chain, Out-' 1
infested'Our is 4.n1 '
to provide for it. Shall States have 1'4''U : orange groves passing ,attention .hl-
less-nay' Most of the States ignominiously retreated rnitteebe observed that ;the two are limbs may have play I Give me arius, ana)j
:* worse than that-shall theyfail to make any is'being:'one? more directed ,to this
not antagonistic but only different,modifications is all I ask 1"V think the time has for Ithe
from their! high ,position and advantage was come
provision for safety, not only ,when ;danger ",. t } profitable"culture.. Many faro. seeking locations thesamo idea. of resistance 1 ib' .
t threatens, but even after receiving a blow? taken of our distractionstiflict, those wound .: wrongs.The American:people at least to say what,'t thej
substitute received small
r for 'groves, and we have no doubt,from motion;to a
But we are told of the dangers and calamities the Constitution nhich think, instead otlistenirigsilently.Io"; theprt-j
upon way never .le support; nnd'that being disposed ofr the Resolutions'and !
that next fall and
I of disunion. We know of no net od of insuring !' present indications ;winter
disunion' certain continual healed. Those who can close_their eyes to the Address were adopted almost pnaniaonsly. ting about treaties, &. which have.their.OHM e
so as submission will exhibit "a stir in the
quite : 'orange business
of"the ., ,The importance of this action, and gtidn'the.srold otSpain.V :think it limits ,
to aggression The Union cannot be portentous signs times being everyday :
preserved ,:quite equal to that bow'going forward itf the,decree_of un3nlmltythnfsM1ctloneJ! itcanuoi '
by a reliance on the moderation or magnanimity revealed in the political atmosphere oiihe -- -- give. t1Ciicet3'a phrase. which hal evtt
I encroachment. Tho ,. the mill and lumber business-- ,It is a QelighU- t well beaverestimated. The Convention was '
I restson Northern States who wtj1EcMCC found a respo'nsein: the Americanheart-
,- can Ticifr of-near five hundred -*
composed delegate3--the ,
; ,the power of its members to protect themselves ful occupation, as: well as a profitBblo'one ; V
I the indications of : picked men of part of,the,State. :Bound "VIVE LA LIBERTAD&S
aud on the sense justice, more thanon popular;sentiment. ,presented and where : every :
sour trees can:'bo,procured, groves to no law but their own strpng sense of ,,hatw:1sduetothemse1icsaind 1; .'_-_ _n U
any sentiment of affection or, fraternity.By .-' by the_ ,triumphant, election to the U., S.
n can be established with tho'us -
i. : and ,
facility V
submitting to aggression, the great ally of Senate of 'irigherlaw":abohtionidsL4cl. } 'wiicry very : they ... From the Charleston M r 1J":1.ait ci
justice is given and another little, expense. On this point, we call attention maintained, they passed through the Ordeal.of
up great
power, surrendered., 'll's welllj'-aro faithless: sentinels,_and I to the Interesting letter,of correspondent" tour days' ;earnest'discussion-1). without an;instant We copy below a letter'from Mr., ,VAz.uc
unsafe guides. From such i ii' with unseemly disorst,"Without, the smallest never before published which has not a tee8
Whyonoof the reasons that attempts at l the comes, an.ill ':A Physician" on'oar first **. 1 ,
L reclamation of fugitive ves are derided 'and .grace to raise'the mad-dog cry, ,of, ."Disunion, ," ___ ___ -_ tt their appearance convictions of, ;and wavering" in,t..-.e' strength"" points of'i t'eieL' 'It1 was written in antvo
I without a of
defied, ;is the derogatory notion, which, the whose symptom to invitation' to- in.Charleston Ua
aglinstthose grcatVaimisi'prcseryethe an be'present :
t North has conceived of Southern spirit and AUB.nu.-The last number i ,of the Mont t Impatience: at, expression"elaborate ,:eloquent h

1 power since ;Jhe territory has been surrendered., Union, by maintaining, the;:Constitution. j gouery,Atlas comes out,distinctly for, Secession :and earnest, of opinions,variance with public:me'etlng'in 1847,when. it''f3'P T *ii

: The North will not respect justice,'.unless it while they,themselves pursue the,only. .policy I ,' and has,added to its title, ..' Secession those of the,well' i'known majority! : of the meet to give form ,to 7 _this, Idea of ,Southern',BigW

supported by power, There"are probably that must render the preservation of the, Union Banner.". The editor alludes to 'the lDg.Vel have ,been deeply impressed with Associations ,The meeting did not takeplaet
this of the Conyentionfromthi
j tendency dignity bearing
not men in hundred '
ten a in the North that do '
c4 not believe that the.South'has a jasjer, title to l posslbl"i;" V ,., jof every day's history to prove, "that the,Government first'day of its session; It struck:.all spectators at the time, but Mr!,CAI.HOCII shows howfuW

4 a share of the territory than to',the reclamation If the efforts of the true friends.. -of.;Consti_ ,' instead of being the protector, is but ;' it was emphatically,commended by,the alive he. was _to, the power ancj: nsefulneajf

J i of a fugitive.- But seen that tntional Union should fail -ifthe alternative ['resident'in concluding address in reply such combinations
having she the machine which is used to crush,the South." to the resolution of thanks : generally extended throng
,t: con conclude be dragooned she can'be out driven of one from, it the is natural other. to inequality, in,the,Union, ,indepeadence' out of ILls understood, that the powerful pen,of..the richly'deserved.-, nimselfj :so: coraiallyildoptedVandso every the South, and acting' ; in concert. Rut ,wltfl '

if, should be forced upon the South andf. aspect therefore-in the generality of the most. impressed us in this letter was 'the pr>
Let then the South recur to the basis other: ,: Hun. Wm.L. Yancey.will contribute, to.the efficiency 0 _-"
rights as the true platform other, safety and this mighty confederacy of Independent sovereignties of the Atlas. 1 > V V represeDtation of,.the State 'bv \.this' ,body} in phetic,.history, recorded ina few.brief;set

dignity-and of tho,Un Cln. ,Let: her demand must be dissolved into its original elements the largenes of its numbers j in the quality of tences, of the subsequent'pretend-dadjustmai1
restitution of her'share of HON.W',. L. Y has be nominated the men ; ,in the full and 'IumlJ us discussion
the t territory ANCE. by $3
impartial of the
history wIflattritnitethc. : slavery and of
And if there is not love ,. which the subjects of:its deliberation ,under question, the: effects
: enough justice arid '
: of union remaining in the North, to agree.to" it tastrophe, not so much to accumujated.wrons the,Convention,at Clayton' as the. :Southern went r in I the, high>and, patri9tic: tone that measure upon the'North and South respect't ic

we may despair of the Union. Almot every, and insults,'heaped upon the Southern States, Rights ,candidate! for :Congress"tho :Montgomery characterized equally the minority..and the ly,-causing in_the one section anrfncreaw f y,

State would of the have North that .respects the, the compromise as to their want of union in resisting them.: Co ngressiQn4'Thrict.Jf .. : ; ::1 majority in' the,and final,in*the'decision near approach,* tne 'seiO''of unanimity ,this- arrogance,_bitterness and active aggression;J* at

/ acquiesced Jine'of 36. "Twas fata she'll say, 'twas wayward fate, '. the othera a torpor public sentiment a'f
30. And every ono,of those States ,ought by Your web of discord Wove/ PEATOOF JUDGE V C. DSTEoxG..TheMacoTelegniph Convention is an imposing event, and its action V

-I this time know that the only method now of And while your tyrants joined in hate, says:-It'is with,feelings of peculiar must go forth as formidable influence;not ing fancied security,and fatal return to t

maintaining Union on a safe basis, is to restore You never joined id lore.7 sensibility 'that we have .to announce the decease I only over.South,Carolina, but over' the whole petty. :"jealousies, .divisions.'.and. ,ieriststIt

it to the.pr1ncnles justice and equal! And the'fate Ireland will be the fate of the of the Hon. South. ,This infiuence'wo need' not say, tends form.the tissue of local politics. ,The- folloihifIs 2
B .
: Strong formerly "directly to :
ty. And it rcmains3fcw for the..conservative : ; Secession as the"remedjr to be "
Southern States; if they continue: -divided the letter ( fi
'Northern States to throw their weight into'the 'for many years' a-1 resident-of this city; i eventually adopted by the State Convention, ': \

t. scale of tho'section which is already too weak; people. Their,laws will be matte by; lstilewe but for the last' six years resident ot'odr and we as ;little ,need.'to, say, that this is ,our V PoLHLi.Sept.2i8474:

'r' and.doomed hr continual: Injustice become. ,might( say-a :foreign, 1 gita12r1J.n j neighboring county_ >Houston.. This 'event II remedy firm faith.r ,and._ the only one in which we have any'. :''Ds.tz'SxE ;' I gr exceedingly:"that. b ;,

t s&-Th&sahcrni'r/ss. which they will have a nominal representa V not possibly be in my power to meet the.visK_: e'oftheEzecutiyeCorninittee'whch'
took place at Perry on Friday-the 2d inst. We cannot : "
close notice
'' will our of-the Convention hasossofcated ,: e
thou Their interests be made'snb eriientto'nn' '
RECIPE roaMAxrcaIiuL-TakconeyfnI without a morepa.rticularreference to the .to' resist the
otc aggressions )
upon } it
their resources will bo drauied1'by'the 03".The. y. S.Mint!statement; for April: shows the' distinguished ,,who proper
<5rn and boil it until it is a little soft; add. to J gentleman pr sidcd'cver its .and rights of the .slaveholding ,States by $
it one pint of molasses and"one'gallon'of water cupidity t'an overwhelming majority:: Their .number Quarter Eagles coined, _during that time to I deliberations. :The choice pf Gov.; Richardson tending the meetingottho'ct1zen.Of 'hvti.t '

; shako them ,well together, and set it. by spirit will be broken: by:tatae:submission<:to' line been 222.270fGo1d Dollars '$387.111. The I for,that office, was'in'all respects most fortu .n, to be held on the 13 h',October iiCxtr; cc,

the fire, and in twenty-four hours, the ,beer usurped'auth r ti Ln i they/wUi'tifford"to copper coinage for the month more'than daD ble.that nate. 'He'showed perfect knowledge of alt its consultation to organize an Association throe I

trill be cxc llcnt When all ,the,beer' in',the March!, ,The deposit' *of gold'for'April are $2,860- practical :daJi1f38'alwayll,8e1tposa: C\. :out.the Southern States and the adoption of Mil '

V .jug is used, just add more molassea'and,water. t tory another/example,..of'th manner>which 500 agaiiut $2,671.000 March jibe uinbetOl quiet and firm in the exercise of authority,,ana .o her'me res as may ,deemed nceessfti?

; The same corn will answer for six months, and a higb.- rlted and generous race mayj c prepared cditoined was'l,333,676i numbei dimes never,failing ltherlif.dlgI1lt1 or in courtesy. Tor' their:safety. My numeroris.eiiga$
the beer will be fit for usda twelve hours, by '.for_degradation,: by:"submission' and Total Gold Bullion deposited! for ) fiom.24,000.' : 'N ever did;ploaIding1officer' -merftthe will: :fully engross eevry moment of JeiJUrtli '
keeping tho jug which contains it V coinage 1stto compliment of a vote of thanks/and; the resolution "Ihe short '
warm. In "disunion. V Othr April J83U inclusiye, i'; V : '- : interval,Iciwcen,Uus :and my 'Iture"foTashinOn'
the absence of molasses V VV no more than expressed.the honest feei .
sugar or honey will fL- 4 f From California, $ ) g
-u. V ,1SS.500 t'o1. : ,
answer In its_place. In this way.tho whole: ingredients ; -'. f ft ,II' other sources, ::.."3,000: JngOjeTerymembCr.oftobodyCwrZeftonflJerc9 'v' f%,1'Jaktethe.>profoundestH'lnlerest, ''tfsole1nnffwnvictlon htt

t- din making a gallon of beer,:will WESTMINSTIR ,BEVISW.. -The prP.-Nt, t, ;4. 'j t .Ilf 1.11" -' r.., ,. >.. ..."V _f._,t .,_, ; t Ject fthe meet1pg.,, i.ni"W i." ep
Dot cost exceeding four,cent-, and it is better, this, abl periodical is ono of;reat'in.t reat., '';S o-o4NV I Si- tJh' itte'hasarri:: t1I sJ
the ?
and' more ,wholesome than : "JTbe coinage or three ', ib-e nonet W New York a correspondence ,
ddcr. cent plecei'haa papers
-PauIdiAg ,The contents ire:' '1, Modem Ballad'Writers.! reached to' between the ron Cffice Iwhe .: must meet and'pu&down the-aboli*
: / (Mitt.) Ct rion. ? 4 abouttl6OWand is progressing rip dI1.! I Department and ,movements at the t I
'_ Tti issue ::North/V t.prepare'for.
he of
\ India. the and
f -T: : ,2,, Recent_ Campaigns in ;: :3EngliVh} : was to'Iiet&kenptsce on the 8th ia t.t1" V tr i ranting proprietors'then)'permission steamship td roaTtheir Georgia vessel direct Ohio, mostjcalamitouaeventsthateverbefella] JIt

Secret kzndneuc&43n0.tL, mankind are as Mathematical Literature, ,t j Alartui. | !jxnd_ .i14J ,r- !. V V' 'V V ,- _: 1 ";VV f 10 Havana' ,Instead pf stopping *,Charleston and Savannah ; haslteen, tod:long deliy d.Tbenio, : ": ut
beautiful as secret injuries-are detestable,'<',ToiMr Atkinson on.Man's Nature 'and,VeveJopemeatiS $ .AuPxRt5I'ASLCUySLTTs..Dur1ng; thej I' us heretofore." Vve do not know on'tence'otisthorit what Fe" ,ought;to Uve"'been met from;'thefirsV*

be eYilIl h1 good 11 GOd-llkei., to'be IDTbibl,, Revolution,:_and Con t i1 RbItiota,' year 1850. th'nrfmbor. of relieve the Postmaster,Genera! 4finoU the' ,determination r .to put t&ttn. d.9. D:'
UeaL. ,
11'.t : persons p/ :jroyWoniol *Jaw,of Cpngre.*,.which.gave the peo9: and'eTer JWahL
-. r. ._ ,Marriage'wzth'Dpmttiojleorm J :a)eccascd;Wifes* ?Yr?;;J, !tupported 0% paupert 1 in ,Massachusetts was I pie' :oHhe" .South facilities however, impetfEct'pfreach1ngth f right In'our;' property) Oarp equalil.to belfnit f '
; City once refosed at a dinner to't.ke the 8 MinVtCfikl 2 Pacific?coast;but !t Ud much in accor tT* oughtrneter vft : _,:
81 I
of Gevirnor,Jones Tennessee: ;: Mtf0 precedence ," ( 4C.> rlsj j1 .0,1- ,.9l."JlQIt,16,0581wtre}"state paupers1, dance,with the manner fa which the; Federal Govern- .1 AA ;qaesuonea,' pr;aisiuiyvwttaiimifoD > V

Mid be Kntackianyoa are,* -dueT mn Postscript-Education.., '10; Foreign -Literataf 12,334, were :foreign ,Ip.BiO 1f ; nntis.puatomedto treat law and Constitution in I .whjcb .gutranteU Ihwtees "IO'-.rZL
thin I tm,you beat Jemei 1C folk, and K could DOC.". l c.' :11!, Critical and Miscellaneous Notices. ;{ from England and Ireland:' .*4, lU : our lime, tbatweftre'iwt In tie least iurpr'wedAf !,; : UeirJ.quiet andun'Jistnrbedt''NI- 0Y
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. ci hid been !oi1owe4 thoevil would The prcsionwn; slot 'TCrw : irdl P'R-'O C"L A.M ;'Tl Q'N' 4lachua.'i ;Co.>:Tax! F'ftp Collector's} "{Sale.5-w *** m /" .
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. aTe been arrested: *at ,lhe".siarjv But men aid rough\ in'lhooting jackMs P Wm .j'', l 1-- ,, ". .U1" : 'B YJyJRTUB20t ''au&oritj-fh ttVv&fclby \ mmmr i

,}, The past Is past; and the question: What I with rifles on beauty their.d1 to,quders.Dut.eiwarmheirts thdiihaven.fcSs d .. :: ; .' law, I.will'expose fox sale, in.front!of the CourtHouse I f/J BHB .'- \ ** .4u I
r (hall ire now do? It liii solemn qu stiOn.- gave : i door in the TO : -
c Kewnansville. '. J. '
in 'silence'bythe ;Hj' lr'.o.t. on 4 : .. 'U .
reverent grave
and they .
is deep; if we dc. not meet 4. .. the -
impression fimHonday :InJune -.A. T>; '1831 Ahe .
.f put down abolition effectually, the opportunity The river murmured, and the'Wrds sang, tan following'named sections/pr5 soYmu'ch'thereo. [ 15itMt I t ifjillite I nk"

: ill be lost, never to.return. :ItJs; not suffi- so we buried her. ,.1 i' as will pay the-State and Coa tTriiAksm'tdgalns STnrJ8IJJrI2 "& i.C nde
i. Wilmot Proviso. As insul- I saw the sun go down from the same spot .- : tlisa" '.
the ,
to defeat : John prrent.ejoe, s.
: ient IL Lewis' in right of his wife: repaif
theont and the stars were bright before I left, for I j a .-
.I lug and bad as ihatis.it is by no means Mary M. Lewl and"due thereon1 for rrsdJtof.eiWtionntCnmpvvy .Families Trait'
and most insulting.! I regard the, late always had an idea a graveyard was the near BY THOMAS BROWNCOVCTSOTOf' Florida A. D. together.with all ; year BoafdertVili,ho v'tft faeidul XfvirfinatM*Irf f
1850j nee .
Pennsylvania relative est place to.heaven on.earth,;tod..with old ry'texpen Rooms Airy, Clean and NeatMfM lu lf foraith- _
ct ot the Legislature t "TrHEREA.SiU'has'beerimadei: know Jl to'' ses attending sale,the same"being a portion or ed .
church in a ;. bandsnm.ll N."Ling''Y'lIfi
to a
and those of ttheothernonilaTeholding .Thomas Brown lore. see graveyard .
I the "
j fugitive slaves to the place of God on TV me that certain. lawIes /persons 'are Grant sltuaderJ, 'Iing'and The House. well known ib ing recently Bnilt
similar character for even
'a we
of as pus
Stages I being in the said : ti1da
: committing depredations of and knownas Expreislj d.'loftnrJDnJt
, the to the ten a'very'Serions'- ,
pnore palpable if possible,violation of the Con- earth, BO we must through' grave **",* '> 'ture upon.the public lands of this Stat''cut-'j follows viz: section 20,Township lOs,-ranee Cd.,and' otberHjbejRff entirely.,boili of wood.with

titatlon, and dangerous in .its effects, than ploofaodonhigh._ ting and carrying away the most,valuable, 2,OR, containing"617, acres- more or less and Rooms cooncciing.foidine Doora,4,,whidi ren ert tit
(ren the Wilmot ,Proviso. I go further, aud ber thereon bounded as follows: on the north the lands* free(rom dampne.. Fjrrplaeta Blinds 10.wia. .>|-
of societies and SHORT'DRESSIS. The Syracuse Standard sajs'i (consisting'Live Oak by dowsltirmigbopening.'.. Piazza rrnmeut twit,*
Regard the establishment press I tlm-I of the *
Several ladies appeared.inthe streets,.yesterday Pint &c) thereby'materially"lessening; I estate of D LCllncbdectaml 'fiUiamThorn' Iiutidred "
U States with tte I fceu Protection from rains,cold wind|,&e.,
in the non-slaveholding express with dresses bfa very laconic pattern.snd pantaloon _In many places, entirely destroying their! as survivingHrnstte: ofth /TeVTork-Tunning desirable retreat from confinement atill si

intention of questioning and disturbing a la TICT The new styli looks'decidedly tidy.and NOW THEREFORE; Association the east by the landip'ofCTohn H seasons of the! jear.:"'The House is situated facing,, _
bur right in property over which the Federal neat and imparts the wearer-quite a sprightly. and LTHOMA8 BROWN, I Lewis in right,of his wire on the sooth br the' South in central nosuson.. and retired from i other
Governor the State .
of Florida virtue
Uovernment has no control, and which .is expressly youthful!appeal ance. by ofauthority lands of M E Levy,on the west by the lands'of dwellings. .The Roust contains 45 room, with'ad *T
guarantee to us by the Constitutional vested in me as Executive of this :the estate'of D L Clinch,deed; Also section 21 ditioaal Parlours.. Dn1ng| ,Setting Rooms,aid eootert"

Compact, as a direct breach of faith and viola- n- The steamer Magnolio o had not arrivedat State, do hereby charge and command all the : township 10 s 20 'E fences in general. For Accotnmodatioa cannot btf -,Msurpassed.
range containing 639 20
. To defeat civil officers in this State and all ,
call -
of the compact upon v 2'e
lion of the terms the time of our going to Consequent- 100 acres more or less and bounded follows ..
press. as : The well earned, thU House figs(romt'
citizens aid and rr
and to leave these acts and good to : .assist inthe, ,apprehension -. : pataUrn
Ihe Wilmot readess with north'by the lands of William Thorn; survi-' ire) will l e"tMe'l> **
unresisted 1.1/"e are unable to'furnish our of and all so jea;to;jear a. < ,, > ropntresri
any; committing
driginate persons ,
i jhe spirits in which they ) ting trustee of the; New YO'k':.Assoclati6nloft.I -Mrs.DAT is, aim to snstainftinH(f&r4 theliberslpairotCfageheteuifoife
- nd in full operation,would, in my opinion, be the latest Telegraphic D Despatches.In sucH-depredations, as aforesaid, and also to the east by the lands ef John U Lewi in right' .Ahe returns her ihstiks.it & -,- .

\ victory more fatal than a defeat; especially ifts endeavor by all'means in\ their power,to prevent I of his -wife, on'the south by the'L\nds'ot)1 E -j Thatablewlllbes lied' with clmfcesi GaoTe.Ojs'. 'v .

defeat should be by a mere compromise,pro- t rtr'1r said lands from, being'in anywise. 'injured Levy;' west by the lands',of John fll Lewis in' tersTunle! ,PisluDaWs.Venison,Turkeys and Shell 1"*
wed by ourselves,and carried,mainly through ; and defaced for theMure. And more right of his wife. Also.section 22 Fish,atthiis time our lireis and Forests abouM Two1!_

ongress by our votes.' _. Such a result would In this- city i .on Wednesday;'evening last, particularly are theBoard, of Internal Improvement .los, range 20 E containing-639: 60100acres, Township .br more hunters,sporting exciosiTely for bu Hoas< .,
!Iors ,Quca Fiahutff ,f1Boau
It would for this State charged and earnestly sCarnages. Ponies Tackles
", e the most disastrous,of alL put usa 14th inst, tj rf'n&7ibw'liMr'FBAiicia|: more'or less and bounded as-follows 'northeast fr Excursion. &t". r.**..-..!***-*
to seethe above .
without removing, or even diver- requested ; carried.into exe- *
our guard ,:south and west by the lands of JohI Verj-Ilaip cifnTTfl141
t A. POULLEN of Savannah/Ort., to Miss FRANCES ;
cution in their districts.
the respective IrK._ '..PROrRrETRESS".
ing, danger. Lewis in right of his wife being the section on ; ; >J
this Shall meet A. KIPP of this place. ... = In I have here I. '
is we a Testimony-Whereof
The next question : '" which Prairie Creek or sink Creek sinks!. Also + S "*. <* *'"" .1**
ad put it down I Nothing would be more ea- unto set my hand, and caused to beSEAL. section 23 township"' 20 E'' N.. D -1, ;is the wish.of tfi'Prnriittttsa Ihch -

y trtha. slaveholdinc. States should .agree toForget [ .] affixed the.Great Seal of the State of ;jrange eon- Servants attached lie House should be citil,.tle. .
tabling 640 acres more or less and bounded -. .
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, *1ivft : unai: as tiveandobligingCIBmfi"' ;. ;. ',
unite Florida the in
their wretched party strifes,and to 3. at Capitol, Tallahassee follows: north by the lands of Isaac Frost 'tiSt.
for the purpose. The mere.Union itself, in my this 5th day of May, A. D.1851.) the east, south and west by the lands of John, on AugnaiueNov.2iO, ::i-: A .Ir-r.:'; ;.

pinion, would enable us to dictate terms, or, PORT JACKSONVILLE, MAY 17. THOMAS BROWN, H Lewis in right of his wife, Also section 24; .- .,'. ..-. ., j.i. 'ii

f if not would put into our hands ample means < Governor of Florida. : township lOs. ,, range 20 E containing CSO 84 ,Private, Boarding ..iHouse6.j .., I
to compel thenon.slaehOldiflgStat8 to respect -- -'; : '. By the Governor-Attest: 100 acres more or les"andboUnJedasfQl1 w8!, J t Or' ',. -'fI .

our rights to the full, and to fulfil the stipula* The U.S. MailStearner Ma'tthews arrives '.. C. V..DOWNING, north by the lands'of M ELevyeasthouth'a d' ; -c, : ,
ions of the Constitution in our favor. The .at J Jacksonville .every Sunday, from.Savannah, "V'
Secretary ofSte. west by the lands'of John H Lewis in
right of St. Jlu int.Mr .
Here right of retaliation,ifthey refused,woulde and leaves every Tuesday. May 10.-2t j .i his wife. .Iso section 19 township gust -
effectual. There are more !stipulations in U.S. Mail Steamer Wm.Gaston arrives every 21 E s, range G. lY. Pnpy ha [opened hirf.
029 44-100
containing acres less
Ll I eir faver, and of vastly greater importance, Wednesday, from Savannah, and,leaves NOTICE. and bounded, follows:' north by more the lands or of, Boarding House,for Inexact onamodatjoii ,

ourselves ./ .. and '
than in our favor. Union among every Friday. the estate of JVathaniel Wells deed. nthe Invalids 1rie.1l geritral1iJI.re-
vould enable us to resort to retaliation,if, afterue Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday, from by the lands of the estatc'of P Mitchel turns thanks.for thelibcral patronage which

notice they should refuse to respect those Savannah, and leaves on Saturday.* 'IIE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on reasonable and the south by the lands.of John, 11 Zcteronr, deed. he has hitherto receivcd, and hopes thai lrita' I

in our favor. But I have no idea, if we were Steamer Magnolia arrives on.Friday, from 2 terms his STEAMSA W-MILL on the.west. by the lands ofJohnH Lewis in. lids and otberSiWha'may.'visit.ourclimate.foir, .j.

once united in a fixed resolve: to. put an end to Savannah: and leaves on Sunday. AND 1JIACHINE.xY, atGarCy's Ferry, Du- right of his'wife,' and a Creek known asPrarVie health,pleasure, willglf"him iC l1, u fib

hese assaults on our rights, that it would be Steamer Sarah Spalding"- l av s for Lake val county, Florida The. Engine 20 horsepower Creek running through'said section. -, efforts will: be:spared}to cenUibaU.f thei/

to resort to higher measures. The Muoroo Monday, and returns Thursday. 10 inch cylender feet'stroke" and 2 ccy comfort. / "' V" A
necessary tion 25 township s 20'E/ .
them and the I. .. boilers 24 diameter all in : range o talning -
ower ofTesorting to certainty feet long, 36 in. ; 1034 15-100 acres more or less,and bau dedas' 2 ;;..His hIonsshasduringtlze presentseasonqfl'} '

hey woiflJ be resorted to, if the assaults were Taken from the Recordf tths Custom House. complete order, and ready for.immediate' use. follows: on the north'by the lands'of JoEni;: d.ergone thorough!'repalrs-bas been rfurrea/ ,
not desisted from,and the measures adopted for I It has also n corn mill attached.: The. Engine Lewis in the right rof his thecastb' througb utahalsIhcreforeentlrel)free frota fcflampncss .
[the purpose making them abandoned.The ENTERED. and Machinery will be sold separate, if desired. the lands of John R Zeterour wlfejon!oil the south. .: ; .The'rooms are large and airyl'welrf?
then is: How can we be West. For terms apply to at Palatka or to by"a furnished and comfortable! Thcstablishnettf1ip1casantitdaeai' **
great question 12.-Brig J.Gntemberg,Simpson, Key me my tract of land known as7 Moses Levy/s/ twenty'
est united? I regard the proposed Association l6.-Sch. John Snow, Gordon, N. Y. agent, Jas. B. Cole. thousand: aero tract, on the west by the !lands:of i tol1d street,afi'd"aff75 os

which th e meeting is to be convened to COD 'CLEARED. A. IL COLE. John H Lewis in'right of hiS wit!''4.'Creek better accommodations hhiB U'.affords: .cajalb cl

Bult'about, as a great and indispensable step. I j Jenkins Port1 ud. Palatka, Fla.,May 10, 1851.' ,'tfAdministrator's known as Prairie CreekTuanifig throughsijdsectIon. I found in the city, Ar..plentifnlntablc ;will bt" >
Sch. JIM Dubbage ,
the that 10.- and civil and attentive servant .
lope it will be approved by meetingnnd Also provided; J JIlis
N Y.ry township; 10 s .
12. E. Dudley. Hopkins range i
-Brig ,
to extend week&six dollars including
[measures will be adopted it throughout .Notice. 20 E contain'ing959 'of charges per ,
Y. 20-100 Jess"and
N more "
l4.-Sch. F. JCummings '
the entire slaveholding States.That, and 4' fire and li8ll.and effort will bo "made td
able and 15.-Sch.Gen.Scott, Auld, NY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That six bounded as fiilllows; n rl.nn //cast t by the I every
he establishment of an trustworthypress satisfaction bcih.toJCr ncjentyWtorsa.nTerroancnt
British Brig 'Independence, Clements, from date, I shall apply to the lands. of John H"LewIsInTrigbtofhirifesonthbyth ;71' give fw
the Federal Government .Board'ersi
at the scat of to Hon. Judge of Probate of oral :county, 'for a e tract.of land toowna8'5tE; LeT !! : \1. \ Jt .' w*" ''f*J
Bay. )
watch over our interests and rights, and toI Navy ', '.1 final ', A couple of.well broke saddle, ponids are. at'
discharge from the Administration of the twenty;thousand acre tracvon the west by the'lands .
I warn against approaching dangers, with the de- Estate of Solomon of t cue 1 to the Establishment and wiiralway 1
considerations Huffingham, late of said John H Lewis in right of his 'wife,a 'hire. '. JI' "' ," b'*: Mj
|termination to sink party below be ready fbr -
PROSPECTUS OF county of Duval,deceased.VM. I creek known as Prairie Creek,running through : '' "

chat auen relates to much our rights to and about honor the, would desired do THE MARION STAR." \ B. ROSS, Adnvr. said se tion. ALO*: section J27,.township 10 p,' t NoT.mt_. :" t.I'.I'Of .--.---.__.:.. .: .It., ""_h 11AtI.aDtl

very bring May 10, 1851. 6m ,! Range 20.E. containing 20T100 acres more. -q
julon.. That done, I will underwrite the rest. -' or'less, and bounded a&fbllows.north and cast, aJnd 'Gulf'.tiail'ltCoiapaur id7 ..

With great respectI am yours. A NEWSPAPER bearing the above title will be Exccntol''NoUcc. by the' lands of John,II:Lewis( ;in right.of his. police:. ..1 J

J.C.CALHOUN. issued at OCALA,Marion ccuntj.., East Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN;'That six wife, 'south by' the .tract ,'of land'know as M next annual eleecioa! f>r Directors of .t.

in a few days; _.1 ftvm Uoic, I okall jipplyto': ''the .'E Levy V twenty thousand, acre.tract', nthe: .THE c and Giilf! Rail Road CptppCT:jnll be1

[ARREST OF SUPPOSED CUBAN OFFICERS So far aa \VI. ggeI'J and, Demtxracy. are concerned Hon.Judge of Probate or.DaTAl county, for A,' wet by the lands of MosesELCvya Creek. held at the City of Augustine,aMbe Court Rootilin W
final discharge from the Administration of the known Prairie ,Creek running thrpugh said the Coutt If puse In'sdid dry;at ltkbIiM, nI .
aK die '
The Magnolia be sound SOUTHCRN .
steamer ,CaptaiiiMcNelty, the paper will neutral.,but On \ -yit i ii/Art
Estate of John Y omnlls, late of said county of section. ,1 : .. _" '' day;,the 1didayofMi7nexQi8MJ, -
rived from Palatkr. ,
[ yesterday morning having :O t
.J" '
QUESTION. Ai G. 80Yf ::Via_
Duval deceased. ,4 'tC.. .:.WILSON":;
> 1'
Ion : .
and Mr.RawlIston
board Samuel J. Kookogey TEHMS, Two Dollars if paid; in advance, if nor, WM. B. ROSS Ex'r.May : Sheriff and EoffTazCollector. -: 'B-APUTNAM,. 1J1.:41? &!1
in or Ul S. Marshal Fin- { : -
charge Deputy
Three. Advertisements inserted at the usual ratel.Sllort November 30 18)0. .' 6m .' GEOBVAIftBA1iK.SUs
10 1851. 6m _. r? yi i y' / .
and 27 who of # < c--tibae
[ney, some men, were o part a will be inserted I Apri119; : rtTinS'fct! ;' ,Hi.
I ccmpany engaged in.the late: Cuba movement. Communications from either party Alachua Co.-Tax CoUrct. .. 's SaTt-V 1. :-I \.u t't ..r- L. :_::flEdutrp .'t.-nJl'.r
( ,coached in courteous language. ---
The U. :S.Revnue CutterTaney Capt.Rudolpb. NEW S TOR E .
[hasbeen for some time in .the neighborhood .of Under the Agricultural Head, the farmar will And BY VIRTUE authority in; nac vested,''j'.i : : : Noti t J,01u
Prices law will for sale fn front of ; ; .
New Goods at Low the.CourHousidoor -
I Sat ilia lliver, and the arrival of offic r'Finn j valuable matter i and any information tending to ad- ,, expose u
. that it that ..in the Town ofNewnansvllle; ,oq. Six'ioitli. aftrfate:; i will'applytll' ,thV 8 ,
[at place, was ascertained some"pei- vance the Agricultural interest of East Florida is soIiciteromthe SUBSCRIBER wouldrespectfully] in- -
lions connected with the expedition were at a i t farmers. ." TIlE the citizens Jacksonville and the the first Monday in.June;, A. D.,1851, thefollOwingnamed udg of Probate Duval: co6nt<;F1 rid4to /'">
I sections or go. much thereof. be discharged from the ExictitciuLiptottluls!
plantation wiled Wavcrly. The Deputy Mar- that he has received
surrounding country just
I D. McCRIMMCN. Editor. as will pay the State and County Tax.Assessed. last Will and Testament of Mart K* Tiaon;dettcl4 .
shal thejofficers of the Cutter
accompanied J. A.ANDREWS, Pub. & Prop'r. -
[proceeded to the plantation and arrested the DIRECT FROM NEW, YORK: against S. D. Corbitt, and ,duethereon, for PENELOPE TISON ErUlltrb'

I above named individuals, who are supposed Ocala, ., ,, May 6, 1851. per schooner a' choice assortment of tho year A. D.. 1850, together with,all necessary Fcb.I5th' 1S51'm ,..t-
said the being '- -a--- .f .
expenses attehding sale _same '
[officers of the Columbus company. They were OLD IRON, BRASS- & COPPER Dry Goods, Groceries, HardWare known as the land ownxi, or formerly>represented ; 4 .-.: ; lI..j 'tf I'l'w' .
1 taken on board of the Taney and then placed sJOReward .
by S D,Corbitt being otis tract !', ;tS4i.
&c. &c. part
I .
WANTED. Crockery
on the steamer Magnolia and brought to this ,. *
of land known LeT tract sit- ? '
I 20,000 acre :fnAl,AWAY;from tie?Subscriber:d.
city. At St. the 27 also took
on the Magnolia Mary's their men pas- PERSONS having old Iron,Brass or Copper* which he offers for sale.at. the lowest prices, ted,lying, and being in the said county of Al&chua 4th', 0t4'Maren' hlanegraboy'' ikBl
sage passages having will find :PRODUCE and within the limits 'of the 'Mrredondo. K
[been paid by the Collector at that ihey'wish to'dispose of FOR CASH OR COUNTRY who Is tzbett.2lrrears. bf agev.b lack1carries .
port. ready sale for all they can bring at the Fovs- Grant John H Muir Agt.). *
I The Cutter Tancy is still cruising on the at the store formerly occupied by Mr. E."L ( w himself and stammers-

I South coast, but is expected to return to this DRY; J Jacksonville '}1.Fla.nnd'receive liberal Harrison, Bay street. Particular.attention is : 1 C..L. WILSON,. lids about 5 feet \0}$}inchesin height. ..A r r' .

I city shortly. prices for the same. called to his large and elegant assortment of Sheriff and Ez-ff. Tax Collector. ward'bf Ten Dollars.vHn.Ke.pald/or Bis aprei1 ..

The examination of the two individuals now GEORGE' MOONEY' '.Propri tor Ladies', Bonneis, Nov. 30, lS O. Om" bcnsion, delivered: .td me,:?or p1accdinucbcutity '

[in this city under arrest will'not take .May 17., :. tf ?.' .that I may'recover. .. him.- ** > **.
place .
of the latest and most approved style and fin- .Alachua I .Co:Tax; .Collectors! Salev ; p. : ; ; :: 17 ; II:'1tSDt1lf'UrtI4'lL1aonStJo1ins !-
until the :
arrives. have
Tancy They we understand 'ifotfcciv'; sh Also to his beautiful stock of
Adnilnislrator' ; ,
given bonds for.their appearance. BY,VIRTUE authority me vested,bylaw J' 'Rivet VsAl.ichiw Atr ]: !
I There is at this time a considerable number SIX MONTHS AFTER ,DATE, we shall GENTLEMEN1 HATS READY-MADE I will expose for sale in front of the Court .'.. .- J -; : .
.. present our Accounts and vouchers to_the CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES, be. House door the,Town Newnansville -
[of men in our city, supposed to Ijave been connected in .of ,on Civ Tax C IICtur; 'Sa1 .
I ,Judge f Probate for Columbia county, tho first in "'June' A .D .
[ with the expedition. The ste.1merV Call and'examine, before'purchasing; else- Monday :J85I the '
[laka, which arrived on Sunday lastC. brought Florida, for a, final settlement, and, ask.a discharge where. iEvM'CUEN &, CO. following named sections or' so much thereof BY VIRTUE bf authority' In1 'inC vested b'y

pome twenty-five or thirty.from.LtheSouth.- from,,the further'Administration,of the Jacksonville, May 3, 1851. ly as will.pay-the: State nnd-ConLy Tax) Assessed law;.i will expose for'sale! ;iafront'of thftCourfr- t

I They are mostly fine lokingyoung men, and Estate.Archibald Ilogahs,.,late.of said conn- against ,D L.Clinch. and duo thereon House door in the- 'pn ot'Newnannl1e on

bear the traces.camp-life.-.- i tydeceased, of vrhich 'all.persons: interested FelixATTORNEY LIVJJlgsion. ., for the year A. D. 1850 together with all.necessary the first Monday" in' June, B|, '183ltne,
I are desired to take notice. ,. said folldwing named sections'. sa much thereof altwill
They ar all bow in ,7.- expenses attending' rsalepthe same
vre good only regretting :
AT .
[ the mischances which.have !o.rl .the 'i I Z. HOGANS, Adtnx. .- ., ,. ,LAW ". being a portion of the"Ar!edondo G rant7, (1 OO pay..the State and'Country.Taxy Assessed-!

present prevented the consumation of the: enterprise J. .ROBERTA,Adm'r. I ..JACKSONVILLE- FLAil acres Ad,erse Grant ) situated lying andbe :against Thomas Murphy f'deodn and due th'erer

[ in which they have embarked,: .. .. -. ';. Alligator, Fla., May 17, .1831.. ""f;,., Cm April 261 _..*_.'tf. ing .in the said countyof4lacliua,1andboun.dedas Qn for the-yenr ,A. .D.-1850/toffctIi rwith'aJi.T:
. The encampment at Burnt Fort igsaid1 r 'be follows: :north bylands .belonging: to necessary?!expenses attending said. sale, tb&! -

entirely broken up. We heard it ,stated'that Plantation.. ,and;lUiiJ-S..,;. ite forMI I Alachua I Co. Tax Collectors, Sale John Cochran south by lands belonging to same"being portion theiArredondo Grant;".i

upwards of 300 men are under. arrest at some .ISt1le. I BYVIRT authority in 'vested JH.Lewis'&.Thomas Napier cast by.lands belonging situated,lyingvand being in the said coubty.-'eCo j
point on the Satilla however little WILL DISPOSE OF,::at private ;me by.In.w11 to Wm'.Thorn & Job Cochran;west Alachua;and known 'asrJolIows, vlztr section
-we put 'will expose for sale in front of'thevCourt
in the report. my PLANTATION, the 21St. House doorin the.Town, ofNewnansvilloon by lands belonging 'Jll2LCwl8. ; &, Thomas' 6 ;township 10 s; Bang ;20E, contaiiiingB4tfl!
.-John's 'river, At the-: mouth of Julington Napier: 'Also,1,north by lands belonging to T acres more or"less and bounded as follows t-,i

TilE FOREST .FUNERAL.She .. creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville.. The the first named Monday sections, in June,much A. thereofas Dtho. Napier&D S Clinch south by:lands belongingto north-'by' the;lands now:'owned;, rst rtnetJj;-

situation known to be the most-beautiful on following or so J jlfclntosh, east'by lands belonging to'JEl owned, by M E Levy bar the test by.the lands itof

was fair, with tresses of long black hair the river, and is remarkable for its salubrity; will pay,the State and County Tax, Assessed Lewis, west; by'lands belonging' Garey's: the estate of liDntsh'dec4.fon the south'.by?
'd oiL and
lying over her pillow. Her eyes was dark and not a case of fever having occurred there for against Drysdale, due thereon Grant. ,Jlso,-north by lands belonging J IILewis&M the landi of John U Awls inrigfit iff hia wife !
piercing.and as U met mine she started for the year A, D. 1850, together with all necessary -
slightly The dwelling is spacious and Levysouth by lands belongin'gtothe on the west by the lands of the estate Peter <
but looking up she smiled.' to her many years. expenses"attending said sale, the same r % .
spoke comfortable, and calculated for the acconurio* estate Brnsh-.decd.feast.by land be-A Mitche1de a.lJ'. ,a
f'-therz and turning to her asked her it she elation of a largo family The land (about 400 being a portion of&Arredondo Grant7, situated longing' to the estate of N Brush decLand, M -_ t; .J'WILSON,

knew her condition .. acres) is of qualityand well adapted lying, and being in thi-Baid county ofAlachua E Levy, west by lands belonging to 'the estate .. i Sheriff and Ex.9jf Tdx Cettestot*;

"I know that my redeemer liveth,* said she Ute cultivation good of cotton,and don..and.about and known as r"1Jows.viz; section 16, of N Brush deed and Townsend. ,. _Novcmber30.1S_ _. 0. 6mJ3y'ViftTUE
in voice whose township 9 s 18 E.containing 634,72-100 d -- ----r
a ,range
melody was like the sweetest isau C: .,WILSON -
strains of tho jEolian. Ton "the fifty acres suited for sugacane.;t There acres more or less and bounded as follows:-: ; 1 _ _
may Imagine admirable site mill.At .the Sheriff and Ex-oJf.-Tax-Collector oiibcibi'i.Sar !.
for,.a startled .of
answer me, and with a very few words mouth of the and it the advantage by .Novenmber30,1850. 6m '
to this import I turned tiom creek possesses deed east by.the lands//of Israel Foote,and west ii.ti
her A half hour _of ;being in the :centre of,afection of of atfifioriiy fn mV t .-
passed, and she spoke iithauine" .deep, rich,, 'country finely: wooded" trith;yeUow: pine.-- by.the lands Cyrus. Perki B.f Also section 16, Alachua Go. Tax Collector's' Sale law, I willexpose/orTsaIein; front ttlidCdurUousedoot'tlo *

melodious voice. J"- .: ... is the township, s, range 19!containing C30 24-100 : Townofc* -
There '
a flourishing orange:goo on
"Father,I am cold,lie down beside meand ; an.incomeof acres more or;less,-and bounded M follow&- B '' lrue of:nbthorty in me vested bylaw. the 'first'Moiday.in'cJdnei..2LK; 18 IIf'hv,
,which produced r
; the lands of the heirs of N 'Iwi1lexpbsefor"salO1nfiont of the .
the north
old man laid down by his dying child And"; dollan by Wellsdecd., folio tiani ed scctionl'of so niuch'iiereof I"1
a thousand oyearandwillshortly: the lands of M E south the Court use door in the Town'of Newnansville. wing
she'aimed her. rind Eastby Levy, by "
arms around his neck, :do.so again judging from the present.\ riftl. June will pay the Stats iitil < dunty ,TaiAaeaf'agalustWIlliafaUCland i rO'
the first fonday ;
[murmured in a dreary voice: 'Dear" father lands of Isaac Frost, west by the lands of the on LiD; d tie tfls oToi'ih! .sw. -
J and .healthy Appearanceof.. ..thetr,es. .Th. sections much .
; thereof
dear father.' -* : c.rusPerklns /. the followingnamed; or so *
Post Office at Mandarin is within two miles .II .A}iXJiSSOj'togctnei1wUKjiU necessary ex*
the State'and'
ell,. lldt 83.1(1. the old Moth p.L. WILSON.Sheriffiz'nd as will'pay utyTaAdnainst !I8 -.
mAn and the steamers pass am repass the house, in s8 Frederick Sear and dt1ctbdrOii'i&rthiycarAD,1850 Fvn5ea'Vttcndii wlAsaletHe8amcbciagJsitua2ted.lylni.ond
flood seem dcep to thee?' '- off Collator *
.. being In thxs saido dunty of AUchu
their J ripton& from Savainab.Thostwishin.t :
fegular withalViiiJces'sary
November 30-1S0. 4 ; r .6m'k tdgethrf ,
Nay father } > ,
;my soul is strong) .parcnase 'this:property and known is'follows"Viz,. !' SeCtidn.lEJ- 5TijwnshpMlS
cSeest thO the tither shore -t'* may '" -- -" expenses attending said saloL'thqsdme being ; : .
? 'E eontainlnlClFacres
"I see it father and its call onT-or, ,address by Icterrt"", a sdbscriber' at, ; J.1" i _1 a'ortioifof the:"Arredohdd Oraht"sittis- ? ; ; B.. oge ,'
banks are. green with JackSonTil1eJ;'t.F1ondL .. .' Alachua Go. r's in" the said couritv piore or less hounded as fdlIdws'Nortkbyt1ilhnd J
TaxCollect Sale.
I immortal Verdure,' i ; 'i. i, i "'. ; ,-!" "-- ted,)lyingvond'being ;. orf\r: t1;: Lmail'
ofSamue1glestby -
crwLEs BYRNE e -
; : a'chua'jand.known as;;follows virr1 V.KjS.J; .
cl'hear'Hearest them thou father the voices the of it..inbabitAnt.7' :J i_vtlle,1ayl.''.1.5t..., :- ;- "tt, BY VII TUB"' "authority In'me vested by ,u.; SectiOn; 3tonshIp19S,;.r':1 ge.; l o fFMIerIckLcirl. ,Sontb bythIas: h4- t .N3
voices & ;
.1. it
> J '
angels call ,lawl'twjll: for sale before the court house Stafford 'ts& .1Y3.C:1nt1ahds. :
expose .
bdunded folloir ,ftnoitli''o1"1And
; ., .tilnIg8O acres as ; .
lug from afar in the still and solemn ;.- J i i., 'N. v" }
:-night lt1p i"s i doorjiii; the town of N Newnansville' en the first t1EUl b th.sllobkIrks.permlI'd ; .C. L.'VILSON,

I time heard, and it they lhen call" me;' :Jl,. Voice* ,-father Oh. -! .75' :BlrSRELSQAT.rApply-.t-- : t- ; '" ,'Monday in June, A D, 1851.aarrin. so' mush of.the, south by.township line dividing township 10&:'. : einnrii.ou; J; -Tax. ''Collecttri* -*,-* _
0' land of the estate of Vmn ; decd.containing ; andt txj lW Noyethlfer30,180. Gat.
JQ8JBNEGAN. f east by-pubUa lands '
'Doth eho speak to thee W r:> : 400 less :? ; .___ __ ._.'_ '
1 : acres more or being a ponlOD'otthe 'f-M' KJt'or..ie -t a J _
10. 2fc wnsitp,10 : '
,. She speaks i in:tones'most'icavenly.1 2 :May It.': 'T :
: grant known ts.the,WmiGanJo or sa t '
'lJoth she : raie 2E u 1ounded bi folloiojttiby.! ;
smile"V i \ "" *"* *'" much 'of.willpay'theState and Countj lJgauthbyhforIssIon dl it.b. THEH tT1 keSBY
'AnangersmUeiDuta coldftad'caiaiHntyej: Administrator! Notice; :public! brids. tJ4! :
bath cold due thereon for theyear183Ojtogetherw1th'allneceisary'expenses eat'b11o.nd .caidjlLii&j f 1afi1k / par .
am cold : "-
Faiber.tberfl isa-mistin. persons t In3eb :to the estate of George "attending)tte'ealc-:and.theroof : Morrisson an&wes7dEl1AetIo1). -

the :room You'll.be! lonely., ;;Jsthiid? atb.zaiher ALL Flmmidg;decd f nrp 4nested4oinakeimedIatepsyjjjt bounded as follows" South}East;North' 1.:1.,.. e, t" ,*. -". .... .. .\. I 1VY4)VorktWsjortest Lh'" ..' ," : ":

/ -- ,._. 't'- ..,,J, ;v' to.the undersigned t dall .and:West by Taunt land;in Township,Range ." p '4Jt[ "iI' t'' ; iw Ld.1 'j cXrlcn6hey' hs "a.. ,.,I ;-<;'
It '
.'ThukGoJFSabbatl Isdeath "; t-. ., persons having 4i= against said cetate wra 18 Sand'B situated:lying and bclng; odd mile'1 i. : '&nffEffTaICollEcor; ital 6Ildtt- .'".'tSl1GAR'nO" :'.;: : ,c'n
.' requested to' preae 1' them.Pr Porl ftttcsled. West-;otil the,Town rot Newnan vilTe'>In aidcountyJOfAlaehuai ,No lf 'g4.th Wth4 :.:: '(

I evening* .came, and asfeifproceMion within the time, prescribed(bylaw, to -t" v ? <*% w f ,!81O tf1d $. t ,. is I"pl@"i.f omli'i" y- --,
wound; through the forest to. be 4ittie i schaol. T. 0 HQlWfyft r'i tM r f. U, '0. L. WILSON! ** -; ; J 1J.- - : W t tijjS -

Ihouie.' There .wUUsnplb| nte*tbe clergy- e3'3.1ll 'i1 Administrator.Jack85nTillcVApril T'fts* Sh'M 4M ff.'Ttd: Collector.NovemberiO ;;"HVLyiKIJ: Jillli'1I'iJS.. ; ttendHd* 1ir Jt ? r :i, .

man podhj4utanfwcat. to the.rajc. fl, SiJ: : ,: : flat:.b.i a 1800:, .1 t ,fFi">I "" r ttlTLY EXECtTTKD, AT1kI3"0PICL* J Jacis Tmefjtoyi 518t s'r -

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Copartnership. york,< (Office In the Court House '
ISpvbtiahed every SATURDAY at JacksonTille.lB ,'B), .
the Couotj of Dar C and*Stata o! Florid THE Copartnreshlp heretofore existing un FALL ANtf, J, ;WINTER GQODS.'rf I'! :( "r _bil ;"' i 4 /ILL practice In the. sertral : .
; ;the' firm of CURETON, TITUS: ',_ i.' :..,;. '\I VV tbeEstnCIruitofPori- -
BY, CHARLES BYRNE. HARRIS this day dissolred by mutual, con HE subscriber has 'now'on hand and offers BY EVERY Jo the' collection claims aphaic

.r. ,. sent. : -. '.*. for sale at tery reduced prices,a new:and I n rn tor MlUtari.Se 'TI ,and tor U
.ELzxLIT1NGflTON.,1I.. CURETON, TITUS, & HARRIS. well selected stock of Fall and< Winter Goods, Street otherpoperty .lost destroyed by t
.1acbon1'il1eDec.2, 1850. (jan4) comprising erery.: article In' the Dry Goods No. '19 Wall : .. ."

TERMS: line,with, an assortment of Fancy'Articles,selected St. Chailes Hotel B ; Also,claims for Pensions of disabled M

..'ADTASCC. The business heretofore condcuted,,by the ,from" the most, Fashionable Houses..'-. ;; _MobileAg, ; the widows and Orphans old J
p THfcx, DotiAJu rxK.A9irxrjqaf shoved named firm will be henceforward con He has made arrangements'to haTe goods ar-" : r'.Every'attention. .pcnd Also, claims for Bounty Land too
J tOTAdreitiseaenU will be inaened on the follow ducted by and under the firm of. ? rite weekly.'which will enable him to keep his, Drifts r Notes,'%-c ,'and the Widows and Orphairf

CURETON & ,TITUS. stock complete and soldiers. ;.

ingtermat One dollar per square oftwelrc line. tad under JacksonTille,January 4,1851. Thankful for the' patronage he.has receded, ER810lA.iD : Also,will gire his attention to COQ, '

75 tata for each aubwqaeathuerturo. he assureshin old friends that they'can-find just exandning Titles and Records,and
and '
for the first Insertion Alach a Co. Tax Collector's Sale. 'what they want at the BrickStoreat prices: fat 'the! a claims to Lands. ,
liberal dst OBTAINED
,; .To jtarly adrertuera a BY VIRTUE authority in me Tested by' that cannot fail to suit. He would say to thos .war' ,or" *' 'All bnsiness entrusted to him wfll 1
o ,
,t count'wflIbem&de.- law, will expose for sale,Li front of the CourtHouse who intend purchasing that he is always ready t tea. ilretorwldows: attention; and InstromeatiTr "

'i C3A11 adVenitements mtut be paid for before in door,in the Town, of NewnansTille, on and willing show goodsfeeling well assured soldiers Pe&dooa whomarrired for previous. *will be executed by hiawith neatajJattksbnTille '
llmon.D1eIa bj a jular eattotner. 'By referring the first MOnday in June, A. 'D, 1851, the that they cannot beat. The stock'consists' ;"..

the requisite sum may be ascertained following named sections or so much thereof as in part of an.25, 1851.m .- IWK
to terms
:Nr ,
'with the adTertbemen will pay the State aDd County Tax, Assessed Colored and black silks ; Plain and Figuredof 1OVN} Y'
and marked wit he-number against 1 F Clatk, and due thereon for the every quality ; English, French and American For,the surviving, or the : : .
07 Adrertuements year A D, 1850, together with all necessary expenses Prints; "Jenny Lind' Bali Dresser'White and BIu .
_ii of inwrdoiu required; will becondnoed. until forbid attending said sale, the same being a Embroidered Gripe Shawls i Cashmere and Dela'ne :children of deceased om : & COMMISSION. MERc

t and charged tot 'AJ7FiTe portion of the "Arrcdondo Grant," (represen. Shawls Worked Collars;'Worsted Hoods?,Plain and who.ened-iD lfiorsli .-_cftl.1 WII.w\'
will be' eharfedfor' all announce ted on of Burr& such sit andFiguredCassimen; Cloths; Vettings;Green Feb. ,
I dollars map Washington as ,) Bioe Berate For Veils:White and Red Planets;Scotch War of 2812, with.i J 14'-17 _Cllal t..ft&.
me its candidates for office. uated,lying,and being in the said county of Al- ,Diaper;Kentucky Jeans;Kerserj's; Tweeds; White Mexican War,; or in -
: : ,
Onecuxe.foiSuzMontbs, s t 91000 achna, and known as Geo. J F Clurk Fire Silk and Colored Handkerchiefs aterery price ; Ladies J. aicROBEBT ;
7 00, Thousand Acres Adrerse Grant, and boundedas and Gents Neck Ties i Fringe; Gimp and Bat'1 dian War, flAKE;
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, I i follows, Tix: north by lands belonging to tons fortriming; Velret Ribbon; Rid Gloves; Bonnet Term moderate, :where' the COUNSELLOR ATlM.WILL

t Application for Letters o Administration 5 00 Mrs. Gary, Adm'x, east by lands belonging to turnings: Silk Gloves;Plain and Fancy Work Boxes: ; otherwise charge. J.A. IOl'lv.s.I.LE 'R 'Fl..&. .. '
K7 religions notices will beinierted gratul03" John H McIntosh, south and west by lands belonging V ases; French Extracts; German Cologne;Knives; TheSubseriberli also appointed 'practice lathe .""'''

uu13'.; to the estate of N Brush, deed,M E Le. Scissors;fawn,&c.,&%with many other articles. in _--_ of Colombia ,in Hamilton Courts of the of the
will and John H the Fancy line.too.numerous to mention. county uuuaw i*.
All admissable personal communications ry c CJ"C:::: and lee. W>I, P DEWEES. British Commercial, > .In'Benton aDd Hillsboro counties of.
charged adrenisements. C. L. WILSON, October 19, 850. tf 'C mpany circuit,'in theSupremecourtat T4
07"All bills for Job Printing most be paid on the Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector.. Established in 1820,and ,ana In the United States District.
NOT. 30,1950. 6m A GENCY ment.for the Insurance bfLives ; and will claims
delirerj ol the work. ,. prosecute aniM&
I .
07: All communications mast be addressed to Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. OF of children London,New States before Congress, and the DrsZ

..... the Editor, pottagt ptli.t :BY VIRTUE of authority in ,me Tested by Dr. S. ,r.TClltS, CAPITA: $ at Washington' *7
I law. I will expose for sale in front af the CourtHouse CELEqj % TED MEDICINES.Used Commnoicntiona 'addreMed Being located Jacksoimlle/or lrJt,1etil
Washington,D, C.,will receive. his entire and unremitting attentioato
door, in the Town of Newnansrille t!
on in thecure
hill meA distinguished success
G RE E N'STYPE the first Monday in Juue A. D- 1851, the by- and all business .entrusted WI
following named sections orsomuch thereof of Attorney. at lAfI1QntfCct71l' shall meet with prompt attention7s_

FOUNDERY, will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed against Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, Deeds for North'and I : J. McROBERT BAKM.;

No. 128 FCZ.TON' STKEXTJ Sun Btutnwo( M. E. LeTy, and due thereon for the Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia -' meats P. S.,and:-Refer.Members,if nece( ary,.to August_ 54 .1850.J. .

.L HEW YOXJC, year A. D. 1850; together with all necessary Gonorrhoea Piles, Female ,NoTember, ---
.3' Washington McBOBEBT BAK
No, 17.C..AL 8T&WTROW: expenses attending said sale, the same btjinga &c. ,
$ portion otthe Arredondo Grant," situated,ly Complaints, &c. AT:LAW: ; JACKSONTILLE: ;;l
TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND ing} and being in the said county of Alachua ALSO AGENCY OF DR. .NOTA&'TPUBLIC. "L
PRINTERS. and known as follows Tic : (Section 35, Township Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder :

; confidence I Inrite the trade,before 9 Range 19 E, containing 633 32.100 Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lectures CELEBRATED : !$ &appointed oy the follonig SUtel'
WITH purcbs.seelzewbere, to gin me a :.acrej more or less, and bounded as follows:- to tote Testimony, Affidavits frActnnledgemeatt -
and heart
1 call at No. 12S Fulton-street, New York, or at on the North, East and South by lands of the on Consumption? -ooPulmoizary t.k used therein: ;

2V6. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans where I am heirs of Peter Mitchel, deed., and on the West of preserving Life and Balsam, Maine,'Virginia. Vermont, Massachiue: tt4-
Ii ready furnish them with all kinds of by the lands of M E LeTy. Also Section 7, Health, to Old 4ge, Pectoral, >>ectorant,. Connecticut,New York, Pennsyln&ia; .

U' BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE Township 11 S, Range 20 E, containing 314 4-c., Sfc.I Pulmonary Pare liniment, Delawbre, Iary land,North Caroliu, ,
and Medicinal
96-100 acres more or less, and bounded on the haTe been appointed Agent for the sale of South Carolina; Georgia, Ala
c fr'; of the newest and most beautiful style. I amI North by lands of the heirs of Peter Mitchel, the above Goods, and will keep themconstant Anti'Djspeptie Mixture baton, Mississippi, Texas.
also prepared to supply the ,much admired d ecd) on the East by lands known as M E LeYys ly on hand at my Drug store, in the Town of tic Pills, Nerrine, July,'271850. ly
Scotch letter, baring lately procured from Scotland twenty thousand acre tract,on the South by the Tampa Tampa Bay Fla. cific,Female Pills, &0.,&
II I series of these beautiful faces, *ogether lands of J Johnson deed and Lory's Lake, Dr. L.D. ROGERS.Administrator's Used by Aim constantly and .. Me IN TOSH'
I: with every rariety of form'and pattern of on the West by the lands of the heirs of ted svccess in the !

ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING, TYPE, N Brush deed. Also Section 11, Township 11 Colds, Coughs, COD I>>umpti ATTORNEY AT LAW, .

I I feel assured that the S, Range 19 E, containing 642 24.100 acres Notice. Diseases, DyspepsiA, attend the Circuit Courts iatlT.,
Bordering elegance
: and of all the manufactured more or less, and bounded as follows: on the SIX months after date I will present my accounts | Diseases, Bheuma ,t' ,Eastern :Circuit; the United'Stlil
accuracy: be Type by North by lands of Isaac Frost, on the East by and vouchers to the .Judge of Complaints-' Court at St.Augustine; the Suproi
: cannot in the
me surpassed by any.Fonnder
lands of the heirs Probate for for final :'. &C. &C. at Tallahassee and .
Union. By method in themxing of N Brush deed.,on the South Hillsborough county, a ; prosecute Clauaifir .
and catting.an entirely lam enabled new to retain the by LeTy's Lake and the lands of M E LeTy.and s settlement and ask a discharge from the further. Dr. Fitch's in any part Florida against the Gsp M
on the West by the lands of Frederick Mar- Administration of the Estate of John M. Stafford ,Tatent Silver ; Washington, either before Confmi*
r ftrtrJ.l1 f the Component parts of the metal, and Also and Sasan Stafford deed. and also all I dominal at the Departments. ". 1
quand. Section 14 ,
thui to is addition to the ,Township 11 S,Range persons ...,
produce an elegant
most 19 E, containing 642 24-100 acres more or less, if any having claims against,the estate of I Fitch's ImproTed ADDRESS, fachsfnUle,East Florid '
V SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE bounded follows: on the North by the lands Susan or John M.Stafford,are requested- to-pre- Spring Shoulder ; May 11, 1850
I 'I 4 of.M E LeTy,'on the East br the lands of A! E sent- 'themJOSHUASTAFFORD:; Ritch', jBUrer.. __ tfH.
heretofore offered to the Dublio. To this lasttil LeTy and LeTy's. Lake onth. ,Adm'r., '-
I ;i feature I would in particular.call attention)for and on the wesc""l.lands, South'by of the heirs Levy'sLake of Tampa,Jan.9th,,7851. J25 6m Dr. Fitc!'.' celebrated' ., ,D.' ,KEN D.H'. C Ki.

I solidity and dorabilty:of Type is on'the princi.I N Brush decd, LeTy's Also Section ON THE PREVENTION 9j'etf.t's. ATTORNEY.

: all pie typographers.of economy, of the'The greatest members importance of the craft to 3 Township 9 8Range 20E, containing 638 20. Executor's: Notice. Consumption, Asthma Diseases AiD, ,
100 acres more or less and bounded .
will also find me ready to supply all kinds of on theNorthand Eastby the1mdsofM as follows E LeTy:, SIX months after date will apply to the and' '.on and the method of :'C;. u"c: 11 "r .i I*,...W,. _
Beauty- an
Judge Probate of Dural Florida -
the South the county, .
PRINTNG-OFFICE FURNITURE, on by lands of the heirs Thomas This Book should be in
for a discharge from the Executorship of / pricticeitbe several Courts of t
f for the establishment complete Printing Offices Murphy deed, and on the West by the lands ofthe the late Will and Testament Stephen J. Eu the Consumptive Is points out T Eastern Circuit;and in the Counties

such Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, heirs of Peter Mitchel deed. Also Section 8, bank, .deceased. .. able hope for relief. To moth I gh'.nd Benton,of the Southern<
i : Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, Township 9 8, Range 19 E, containing 638 56 WILLIAM EUBANK, Ez'" ,.- it giTes for the care and of Florida -_ :

I! letsClosetRacksM.&o.Composing, Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Rig. North 100 more by orless the lands and William bounded as Thorn follows as: on eurvi th e JacksonTille, Jan 11, 1851. 'passed invaluable.through the, 78,000copl press,and a : pa Bay.'October" 28th 184d.:-noT.17. "-1

OH Type taken in exchange for new at 9 Ting trustee of the New York Association. on Notice.HA unabated. PHILIP FRASERi:
I the Eastby the lands of the heirs N -
cents per Ib. ThoTrade delt with on the most ot Wells For Sale by S. & UNSELLORATllwl
I liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the o n the South by the lands Cyrus Perkinsanjn 'determined to dlseontiiiiimjpre.sent Nero Yor! and'87ITCH4-, > ..t'
ground of famishing to the purchaser an article o the West by the lands of the heirs of N business at this place, all persons nay,/ JACxOVLLE, FL&.,

I_ with which he will be pleased and which will I Brush deed. indebted to me in any manner, are requested !' ? 28 attend to any professional bum ,
7 bring him the worth of his money. I C. L. WILSON, to.pay up,by the 15th> of February next,'otherwise dlDari1eJ.Pf., .1850. Y .entrusted to him in the Courts of

.; Zditors and Printers wishing to establish a I Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector. their accounts and notes will 'be placed in t:2rDr. Fitcb's Circuit, and the Supreme Courts
Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished NoTtmberSl, IS:>O. 3m the hands of an Attorneyfor suit: lids: or Directions to He has also such anadn
with an estimate detail of the cost by A Cor, Esq.- is my authorized Agent to collect remedies persons connection with an able Lawyer at\f
be had
1 statlngtize of paper and kind of work to be ex- Alachua Co. Tax Coilector's.Sale.BY all debts and to transact any other bnsiness 'to' tfratis, City as will ensure a prompt andi

I ecuted. VIRTUE of authority in me Tested by forme., JAMES B. COLE. : of such claimi as may: be pllcel
Publishers of Newspapers who will insert law,I will expose for sale before the.courthouse Garej Ferry, Fla. J au. 6, 18.51 j.inhl Alachua Oo. Tax ( : against the United States. .1

3 adrertisemeht three months and send me deorinthe town of Newnansrille, on the first .8th,1849.. lyBOUNTF
the papers containing itaddresred to"Nesbilt'tRegister" Monday inJnneA, D1851.so much of the lands of Executor's, 'N otice.. BY, virtue authority in
... 'I will for
sale in
lot expose
et. al No. ,
Brockenbrougb 6
situated ;
,New York, will be paid in materials ly LAND:4GENERAL'
House door .in ,
and months after date the the Town
of my manufacture, prorided they purchase six lug being in the N E portion of M E LeVy SIX undersigned will the< first ; ,,:,M'
in June
Thousand apply to Honorable Probate Monday ,
times the ameont ofthetrbllls for advertising. Twenty Acre Tract, in the county of Judge AND; ..;:
H. H. GREEN Alachua, containtaining 16663 acres more or or letters dismission as Executor of the Es- following named sections or so

No. 128 Fnlton-st,.New,York, and, less, or so much thereof will pay the State ate of John H. Whiddon,late. of the. county of will pay the State.and County :AGENCY .

i No. '17 Canal-st.Bow New Orleans and county tax,and thereon for the year 1850, Hillsborougli deceased. I gainst Joseph.LawtonancI : WASHINGTON- ',C-, ; .;
:r : A:D 1850 __- .w
together with all necessary expenses attending H.iHENDERSON, Eiecutor. year together with '
p the sale thereof, the aboTe is a portion of the Tampa, Fla.; Dec. 7,1850. 6m I penses attending said sale, the T. WALKER,:Will i!'
Alachua Oo. ,Tax Collector's Sale. "Arredondo Grant." 3000 acres, situated lying' and ,efficient attention to the' 'Bocxtf|
C. L. WILSON. NOTICE. said county ofA1achuaanJ CLAms'ofom and soldiers enga tdk
,BY VIRTUE of authority in me Tested by 8heffand Ex-off Tax Collector. side'of the "Arredondo Grant,77 I late Florida War, 'or either,of the+ *'
law,I willexpose for sale before the court house JVoTember30, 1850. 6m 'Till V: haTe appointed .T.O.HouiES Gen. a portion of Formannes Grant. 'in which the United States haTe beek1>l
door,In the town of.N ewn&nnl11e, on the first f eral Agent and Attorney,to settle any ,C. or the ,War with Great Britain of-194.,
Monday June, 'A D, 185J. So much of the Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. and all business in the name Palmer&Ferris SkertJFandEx-off.; to description business requiring

lands,of the estate of'Wm. darind, ed.,containing ''I BY VIRTUE of authority .me Tested by Palmer To collectand: &,.Ferris receive all Bond debts due the firm of' NOT 30,,,1850. v or Attorney at Washington: For presS|

i :400 acres more or less, being portion law, I will expose for sale, in front of the court otherwise also,for by Darius-Ferris Mortgage-Note : land' warrants his charge will be8:. "
t of the grant known as the ,Wm.: Garrin, or so I I house door)in the town of NewDannJ1le,on the All persons having demands against.deceased Palmer, 'Ancti: E eases'it'will proportioned ,to _tie'-..
) much will "
as the State and and
.% pay County Tax, first Monday in June AD 1851 difficulty 'of the case. '
,so much "Ferri, Darius '
: due thereon for they ear 1850,together with all of, the lands of John H.l\IcIntosh, situated IT.ng sent the or T 0 Ferris. deceased will ,pre' ,A RE requested to notice.. will also act in connection with Agents!
to Holmes
necessary expenses attending the sale, and and being in the Arredondo : in the all ; payment,1 an zlL- .Assembly..._ Allho-: : rneya in Florida who may be employed!
thereof bounded follows South GrLnji't persons to Palmer & Ferris or, Da their terms ,
as : East,North county ofAlachna, known as McIn.tosh's Tins extended according land and other claims,on terms wWj
:: 'and West bY.T&canUmd, in Township,Range I Fifteen Hundred Acre Tract, ''Adverseirrupt for settlement Ferthurerequested and! make to call on T. O.n. ?llDes the Act,must.gIve new bonds.. be' agreed upon. 'Letters which shout1

18 B and E, situated, lying and being one mile I ,-,- vi"Buuiuvutuuciuoa;; .wiii pay me mate HAUAI1. payment.. ), :will TeceirB immediate aUai
'' West of'theTownofNswnangille in said and County Tax.due thereon for the year 1850.. 1Adm'xotD.FEJtluld, > ,Aug.'J 7 1850. it
I of Alachua Tallahassee
county _
together with all necessary ,:February 21, 18 --" -----
i C. L. WILSON expenses. attending DAVID PALMER: ..... I'C.H "
the sale and thereon bounded L'ES'DE'W
as follows Tiz* AR A'ALJ"
'Jacksol ll :
e, an S50. tf ,
4N4CT trv
Sheriffand Ez-off. Tax CDll irlltnd
c"r. North by the lands of the estate of D L Clinch Dj tAt: AUCTIONEEB.JACKSONVILLE .
; NoYember30,1850. 6mAlachua deed and Garey's grant East by the lands of' Bears 'Benrs 'Bears orce relating to She .appriat '. E ;R' ,
M L81'11 and John U LewIs in" WILL 'Auctioneers, y .
right of his purchase all the BEARS'TJ1L and OJ.
1 wife, Sout.k by the lands of M E Levy and the I GREASE that, the Citizens Florida will 'fiicnbw 1. sfie it enacted by -BALKS in any part of the County attc ,

Co.-,Tax Collector's... Sale. lands of the eat teof Peter Mitchel deed, West ship tome SaTannah.'. will pay for.the'Ot/ House RepresentaUTs of the : respectully) solicited.,: I t

'. By VIRTUE, of authority mt Tested by by lands represented on Burr and WashiDgton's One Dollar' a Gallon, the Grease'Fifty Cents' In'General AaemblJ80Dnned.i I IuponAaeUon lle" Miy6,1848 ,_ 1i.

law, I will expose for sale,in.front of the Court map as belonging" 'to George I. F. Clark's, Pound the. articles must' !\Pure\ or J will most sales shall 'be & ,: ,N Uce. i' TSH
: i House door,in the Town of Newnansrille,on .tcAdTerse Grant. OJ positively reject them. .1 Ant,. a good judge: 'of upon the gross amount of sales, ,, 'months- after' date I shall present '
: I the i tnt Monday June, A., D. 1851,the JTC.L. ,WILSON, them. The1muatbe in :Am af ra/itofe.< of cotton not damaged, upon 'counts and vouchers;as>Administrator my
f t: following named sections or so much thereof* ShtriffaRd' Ex-off.Tax.Collector._ W.: HUMPHEYS; be a tax of, one half of one per of George S. Payne, te the Jill
will pay the State and County Taxi Assessed: I. November 30, 18 0.. _" :,6m Wa LtsALu' DBCGOIST. 'EEC::2. Beit further : of Probates,; ,of Hilbborougn County

j apInatWiTllsmDsnIelsauddue thereon for they .laclJua Qo.' Tax NOT. 16,1850. ly &ro..niah'defd; on Auction sales shall bo A81 ) at the same'time apply to said "OUri"_
ear A.D.1850, together with all necessary expenses Collector's Sale. any county"or incorporated from. thi'Mmi.nistratlono' t
f 'BY VJRTUE ot,authority iii thiveted Administrator's Stati'gresler'h*n'&went.flY tj
attending said.ule,the same being sitnatedIylogandbeinglntheialdconntyofAlachus- law by Notice. All persons interested are d ii'
t I.will expose for sale before the Court ,on the State tax. Ct. ,,,
and known follows. House door in the Town of Newu ALL persons indebted to the estate of George 'S&C.3 F,
as Tiz: -Section N E}( 2, DsTiUeJon L .Be 'It furer" a i 'JOflABuG; .
the first in June Plemming, 1
Monday 4.D. declare uested to
Township 8, Range 22 E, contslnl g. 160 ottha lands Atkinson thuch ,immediate AnctioneerswhohaT: h Adv&dstratiff
sores more or less, bounded as follows: North and Clark known as I payment: totneundersignedand! all tedacoording to law and Fla;;Sept28th' 1850. ill
the demands .octl. .
4&klnsonaudClsrk persons haTing ,
against said ,
I by the lands of Samuel Eigle,East by the lands ; are ) sezpIred.nd; a111uctJoDeen '
to ,
thousand requested
I of Frederick Learl,'South by the lands of acres more or less lying and being'ia present them properly ,attested after tieappoiAtedahaUhold '
: .'N Townships 7 and 8 E within. the time prescribed by law to ourt ]
Stafford Ranges ,
; West by vacant: lands. Or'1O much 17and'l8, S. 6 HOLMES tbeerIod ofalz ';years ,from : .CircS
1 I C. L. WILSON thereof will pay the .State and T. appointoent Pr :
: '- r ; ovidedt That4 ': in' l
J __._i eTiO'adEz..f. Tex ,OIlltCl, ,. CountYTax due thereon for,the 1ear' .D.J 850 I I; JacksonTille' '.dllll 1listti;'I6'r Af' : :appoint d b1 the Governor d aJ Columbia .County ,
with April
- N6Tember30,1850. together all necessary expenses i 8,1851. fm ., 'the General. Coo
attending ,
6m i &aseably; shal t: ;
1 the'sale &c thereof .. :
and bounded as Ui. In'Chance.
ollow" :on1yintU end of the'ic TL f J
'North :and West by vacant Notice i j jI : BiU of-Divorce.
- ,lands East and I :rsl Assemblynextp.Ier the' c; CooL .
South J* yacant lands James Dell deed.: I MONTHS : ., .
THEBAUT' and pointmen
J' &.. ,CROSBY_ ... 'dtaajed.between Newnansrille and the Aatur SIX afterdate we lha1t'reaent our appearing to.the aat sr c Jon-ot eC4rt.
| and ]App Te4
'alBrldp'oQ'the' Santatee BlYer.' vouchers, as administratrix:: j' .ythi, : : 'chi DefendAnt,John'CookilsanoaH
EXECUTE.all .kinds of _.... S 'am administrator,:the estate of John i ,- o&he
19 Stand StateofFjorjdagjjdthat
,Range..18. WeS Wspto-
'yy ", Sect1on24l3Ra,17: ::
'W ; : ly late of Alachua : .
teftIa pnC& n.a&theIhoriel&DOt1ceaodth. by section 4 33, 32, 29,'19, h :RanVlkwS county and State of Floridadeed.1 ,. JM. .eCev-, ', > : ldeuee is unknown to the Complainaat-j|
Safe upe.t.o & '; h d section 24, id; and 12,Range 17 East wSe to'&le'J1oD. Judge of Probat..otaald I! ONEdoien. : !*> tuuh ldDefendantdosprf i

lfACIB.wm ODofSUGA"BOo' -FUR-. being the tract whereon JanJeTSelL. county,.for' a final settlement ypd at the same.. 't.. dodo, [Military lead-, answer,01'demur to this Bill,w*,
meDd .
noc deed. :
&o.. time we shall apply to said court:: a' ,, .... ,,.. : months *
ot. measure about t..o'ml1ea from [ for.letters of -' 1".. ,, or the same willbe .takes t
atlecooaau1&7. : .the.TOl'o.ot discharge from the: admlut.&raUOD'otlald ; 7' clo: a 'G *]
NewnansTille.in Es.; j providedpubflcatlonbe Zn&dOO8
; AU""" the. 1rl saidcountrof lacbua: .;tate. All interested, ; ';SilkUthbrifla&" ."'' _
ci t. .IT persons are'-deaired. ; &I tA.lItw CltreCtl.l : _-1\'
c.L. ,
ti "wWa : WILSON "
: 8hoei.t
take '
,. notice. : DICY STANDLY & : SI '
1-1 :&crfand Ez-ff. Tax Collaor. AdmVx. .' ( D ;) ;TEOSDOUGL45 ,:i
.... Jt 7.o. .; ID, t NOtmbcr30,.ti50. Gm '' -NewnaniTille: fiEBRON J. 8TDLY Admn'r' lorRt.lw.:4: WM. : e Copy Test:, 7vdge. 4
: E..Fla. Aprils, 1891. : October 19 ;'. &SCACBOROUUllC: .
: \ iso, ;{; ;rri1. : ; 1 1IHarch'J, : | J/51.J 3.


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