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 24, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the 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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Having met to take counsel together, not more so than '1DU1.othen,1rhtch.t: havt.
baring agreed upon that course' which,we thinkit 1 > ; fo. 1 :" 1; rr.oit! .tt. ".' .': ., .UIU-'f' $artIcttlarlyin: ;the application of
and to pursue, we wish to .. '- : OUIg COUNTRY, charcoal to rule'' "
right necessary ;: ( r r- rVOL &r pUn tg> DI
lay before yon the considerations which we n getables;:and I,havTV* 4*"sit the fret instance ,

hare own governed with that frankness wh'choar ,. where charcoal ,formed a part of the,

respect for you, and our desire to merit NYIL1JAC850NOILLE 8AT1JR .dY_ ,; MATT-24,->1851 v. ., ; < .. compost, that vegetation'did not grow lain=l-'

your good opinion, require.We i .' __ r ; .' .II _X1110.97.queuea ." antly,producing the increasing and quickening '

regard the posmon.or the Southern .,. n. '. -'. I-.. --. -\ .;. "''I. .- effects described by.Mr.,Trimble. InJari, It 1.'
States in Confederacy ns degraded and ru of this change. alone but that thereat ; "", orautunfcate .. 'f twenty>t .miles ft I no unusual circumstance ton&Uee the roots of, ".
inous. ,The manifest tendency Of those systematic of th'e Southern States:must suffer in an'equal t' time will be'still farther* confidently,reduced expectr the trees and plants eitfcwrclasping pieces charcoal -

aggressions which they have suffered degree. They:will have no safeguard against 5 LETTERSOn and fourteen hours from the;wharf to: two days ,or piercing'thcm through with their!. I'
for is to subvert the institu- : crush .. .. In New The best method when considerably
many years past the Central Government, strengtbed II- ;York to the wharf in New Orleans. quantitv "
tion of sltvery. If those acts of hostile domination log opposition, and .rendered,triumphant; .tbeCfmatee sett:aid ..ca..r, Charleston ,to.New, Orleans the time And from is 'to be used,. would ,undoubtedly togrind .

which have been rendered ,more insulting forces what our Northern enemies,, have:I.ong. '.)- L.41t ri) forty-nine hours; at.twelve miles' will be the charcoal, and 1 should prefer. ,that
by mockery of language, under the reran of endeavoring to make* it by fraudulent 'usurpation :: one hoars.at fifteen miles l speed forty one-half at least should 'be as coarse as Indian.

a Compromise, were final in. their nature and -the supreme Government of a'consolidated "! NO. V. > hours at weary" speed. ,.and thirty-two. corn. As to'the amoun t which may:be applied

were not to be followed by,any further aggres- nation. The soverciegntyof one South to the acre I think Mr. Hay ward's experience'S
Editor >Kent i-TJie" Bat
sions, we should still regard them as outrages ern State cannot be destroyed, without the loss II ofth* great facilities i i the speed with which the journey from will furnish a good criterion,' although::.havt

to which sovereign States possessing the spiritof of their sovereignty,by.all the others. We are which EastFIoTida affords for'the transportation York tq New,0lean can be effected, em no doubt a larger quantity..than'fifty bushelsto

freedom, ought never to submit. But those aware of the responsibillity! of,doing an, act"which' of its produce to'market is not one of the braces :only **parUf. :the advantages which l the acre.-lor the first dressing, might produce
measures only form part eta system, gradually may 'hasten' these consequences. We least tofft'ad vantages.:: :There is [certainly no ,,will result from the construction of the"Atlan an increase of the. crop.' ,
carried forwar If charcoal is to be GIN and with. '
commenced : applied
steadily gathering
feel the respect which we owe to States having ,
country in the 'United 'States otth', ,same'ex tic and Gulf Railroad. '
strength from development, and proceed a common interest threatened bye a':common This railway Is, destined out manure the time ia not material;except

ing with fatal momentum to its end. That end danger, but not equally persuaded with our. tent that caSTcompare .with it in this,:respect. ,. also, to orm'., link in the most 'important "that it should be',well incorporated with.thV

is the abolition of negro sayerln the Southern selves of the necessity of action... And nothing;: The length of. the peninsula is about four- him- : route:between that AiUtu-uul.;Pacific soil,'either by ploughing in, or harrowing.but

States, and the lowering of the free white would induce us to.take>without their concurrence dr"mil|"*tigd'-its. i te breadth .Is'not Oceans.( :It is known" thai the route across the notdeet&r.i being generally.Mr.Trimblejde a sarong crihes.Uow. el his 1Oil.based;. l
population of the South to the same level with which is involve them in its \ j > y
that agrarian rabble,which already strong and ffensequences a course, but a thorough conviction of.the: more than ci hundred and fifty ; so'that its Isthmus Tehuantepeo is at least '1800 miles 'upon limestone.'', Charcoalwill' no doubt prote
dangerous seem destined, before very long, necessity which: urges us, and of our right to most remote point cannot be more than seventy shorter to, California" than thePan''and valuable on these.lands but more so on light

to be the controlling power in the Northern do so. five miles from the. sea fhis narrow neck ot i that it moreover,possesses over the'latter route soils which allow the salts of manure.to leach > '
remedy and for through; for clay is also,a substance which
Sutes.V. see no no safety
Addressing citizens i of Southern States
also land is intersected, at an an average distance the great'advantage of terminating in the GvJf holds securely the volatile portions of manure
the South in the present Union. But we know ciated to maintain the rights of the South we
miles : rivers of Mexico. It b obvious then : :the AD.1Jin made 'fine the frost otherwise
that in this wo differ from very many citizensof cannot imagine it to be necessary to argue of about thirty apart, navigable that Tehu- by or <

the other Southern States,spirited and intelligent about the right secession. We hold it to be which-bave their sources about its centre: antapeo route, when constructed, ,must' in a is'a capital ingredient for the_compost heap. :, .

having the same interests and suffering the great State right, without which all othersare and which'empty themselves on the west into great measure supercede that of the Panama; P. S.. On'recurrence to my file of letters I'
under the same wrong, with ourselves and and incapable of being enforced find Mr. Trimble's,'but which,from the eircum. .
who cherish a hope tbatibo rights of ho South and naugatory position assures us that your faith; the Gulf of Mexico, and 'on the east into the 'at least so far as the Amcricaritnjtl,and commerce stance of its arriving just as I was on the point;
may be vindicated and secured without dissolv- cannot be different form ours. Atlantic ocean, :and into the great St. Johns .are concerned. It may therefore' be of starting on a journey, was laid aside, and

ing thft existing Confederacy. In this difference Nor can we regard it n; necessary any farther river, which runs parallel to :the coast, and reasonably inferred that an immense number of 'being out of sight was out of mind. From
it does not become us to assume to dictate the character of his land '"limeing" would not .
.to discuss the which have been inflicted ,
wrongs which is itself navigable for steamboats to the passengers, and a great amount of valuabli-
anJ.we hope to stand free from that chirge. on the Southern States. They may be only be a waste, but worse than a waste of time;

Up to this time, the citizens of South Carolina, denied by those who shut their eyes to them, extent of at least two hundred and fifty miles. merchandize will pass over]the Tehnantcpec, and money, the soil being; already sufficiently- : .

aware that peculiarity of political position,arise but you do not belong to that class. Southernand Besides those numerous short rivers which railroad. A large portion,of these passengers, charged with lime. And here let me drop'a ,

ing from past events,rendered.1 certain reserve State Rights men,may differ as to the necessity take an easterly and westerly course from the and the merchandize will, no doubt, proceed word of caution never to use lime either in
on their put prudent and proper have studiously of exercising the right of secession i.t a conjunction with charcoal or the manure heap .
centre of the peninsula there are others of considerablemagnitude directly to and from New Orleans. But
avoided everything which might look like particular time on account of those wrongs.But .- a on account of its disengaging the:: CertilizlDf ; ,
assuming the lead in the defence of Southern as certainly as the right exists, each State which traverse it in a northerly larger portion,by far,will proceed to and from gasses, and sending them off jn '' ;

Right They desired to act, because they believed must possess the right of judging for herself, and southerly direction. Of these the our Atlantic States and+the continent of'Eu beg his pardon for the neglect, ,and fear from..
thit safety and honor required action ; to the occasion and time for its exercise. If the haste with which the above has been written
as St. Johns, already is the most im rope. The question then arises by what route
but they hoped thit they'might find leaders in South Carolina decides that honor and safety that it will be of little service to him or:

other States whom they might follow in defence require her to secede, she has the right to leave portant. can passengers and merchandize be transported, others. M. P., \V..:

of the common cause. When the ancient Commonwealth the Confederacy peaceably and without moles- The Suwannee river which forms the boundary with the greatest speed.and-facility, between Boston March 4th, 1851. .

of Virginia, the proper leader of taUon. If the act of secession is not permittedto between Middle and East Florida, and the northern terminus of the Tehuantapro railway -
the South declared her determination The testimony onthis point is by BO means om
to resist be peaceable, it w ill be from usurpation of direction is the and the Atlantic and ? The >
which in southwesterly States Europe
at all hazards and to the list extremity, runs a form; some averring that they could see no differ
the from
hostile measures then threatened. South Carolina power by Federal Government, not I next in importance, and is navigable for steam- answer:fs positive By,the Atlantic and Golf ence in the crop where these kiln had been borneo,.
the of the South Car-
nature act
performed by while others assert the The coal brought'
with all alacrity stood ready to support olina. Accustomed as we have been to violations I boats to th e extent of about one hundred and sixty Railway. There is no oth route which can be to the Washington market contrary.from Virginia, a distance

Virginia in carrying out her high resolution. of the Constitution, and of the rights,of miles. The Withlacoochee and the Ocklawaha brought into competition'willi this.. A straight often or twelve miles.sells, for ten cents thebasbel} '

Wheu Georgia,-whoso former resistance to the Southern States by the Federal Govern rivers the former. of line drawn from Tehuantepeo to IIatteras in New York the price i*fifteen cent*. They say si,
federal usurp:itionunderhrr, heroic statesman: ment we have to look forward to I the proba- are both very important ,Cape cord of pine wood will make thirty bushels,equal to
TROUP, gave promise of unflinching firmness in of another that Government which traverses the country to a great extent passes directly over, and parallel to the,GulfPailway. the price for which the wood sells in the same market .
bility outrage by .
any contest in which she might engage- and the lattter in a north- .Eren.did a railway extend the $3-in New YOlk $5. Bat the Wrce'which
pro- in the attempt to force the State to remain in' in a northwesterly : would bring the cord of wood will take a 'handred'bUlhel..at
chimed determination to make a stand for the Union. We suppose the attempt will be easterly direction.In whole,distance from PensacolA to.Savannah it coal. Such i* the advantage of manufacturing '

the rights of the South, South Carolina rejoicedat made, if the other Southern States permit it. addition to the numerous riverswhich would not compete with the Atlantic and Golf on the spot whenever it can be done. For the
the prospect of rallying under the banner cfGeonrii. Those States must decide for themselves whether same reason that the farmer wants to have the mill

: Aud when her young and gallant they will permit it. South Carolina must admit of steamboat navigation, the peninsula route. The distance from. MinaUtlan (the and the smith' shop, and the school), and the: stores .

sister, Mississippi; proposed the wide measure decide for herself whether it is necessary to abounds in creeks by which the produce of the northern terminus of the; contemplated railway -, not only ivhis own county,bat.close to his door, be,
of a Southenn'onvention, for the purpose of secede. Her sister States of the South will at least miles farther ought to desire to have the Loom and the Anvil- close a
eud-raring to unite the Southern States in . tiiuut their constitution and hive no right complain that ehe forces them deed, 'co regularly are the rivers and creeks Than It Is to cedar,key;.the WsWlce-fron Pen with the wool and the other the iron ken es kowu.-
rights at
where must either interPose and
into time when commonsense
a position Will the ever ceme reason
thcsinte lime preserving, if possible,the existing to prevent her subjugation, or, by consenting distributed through the country that its difficult sacola. Savannah,by.railway would be about shall prevail over early prejudice and .*

Union, South Carolina heartily entered to it, abandon their own sovereignty, 'to find a point in the whole peninsula so 400 miles tl1l'thei.t .thai ham Cedar Key.to common sense T Editor P.,L?k A. .'

into this me-is-ire ; and he has carried out the and lay themselves at the mercy of a despotic far as twenty-five miles distant from either St. Marys, and the ,running distance from St. P.8.-The fact stated are from plain working .
recommendation of the Convention so assemble In seceding, South Carolina will simply i men,whom we meet selling coal in the street.;. rt<,*>. -
power. Hatteras is ?
about the
Marys to.CApe :
same as
1 at the instance of Mississippi, by.provjj. do an net wbich all Southern men who believe steamboat or keelboat navigation ; ,- .
ins; fur the election of Delegates to a Southern In the existence of State rights at all, The peninsula is everywhere intersected by that from Sayswt-ab. 'Thus.it,is seen that.the s '

Con, rr8, to whose meeting she still looks with must admit that she has a perfect right to do, fine roads, for which it is mainly indebted to distance from,.Minatitlan to Cape Hatteras i, c 'f5ttil, Ztt. uS.._, _. _"

anxious iotcrest. and which she regards as absolutely necessary.She the extensive and indefatigable labors of'our by the Atlantic aud Gulf railway, at least
'In all these proceedings, we think that the will be her sacred right. She THE TURKISH DRESS. .
acting ou '
citizen* of South Carolina have evinced all will be acting, as she would have to net, if army. The facility with which good roads can 400.miles shorter than by: the.o&het.r ute. It ; For two days past says the New York Her

proper anxiety to avoid the appenrance of arrogance none of the other Southern States were in existence be constructed in Florida is very great; the is contemplated that two.linea.of sea steamers aId females had distinguished themselves IIi,

or dictation to act in concert with the and she were the only object of aggression country is generally level, the soil is almost will run front each, terminus: of, the Atlantic Broadway pi oncers in the revolution of petti

citizens of the other Southern States, and to do by the Northern States and the Federal where mixed with sufficient sand to causeit and Gulf Railway : one. from the Eastern terminus coats. On Friday afternoon, between,'three .
nothing scpcrately or precipitately. And now. Government. She is not answerable for the every and fiveo'clockthey promenaded Broadway
have belief that absorb the and rocks are but seldom to, New .York.and. another to Europe ;
we expressed our rains
strongly as usurpations and injustice which may be com- to the new costume of which so much has been -r
there is no hope for the South in the existing mitted against her. And for her sister Statesof met with. There is certainly no new and ,from the Western terminus, one to New said recently. The skirts of these ladies -

Union, wo ore prepared to give a trial, fairly the South to ask her to refrain from an exercise country in the United States in which the Origans, and another to Minatitlan i ,, whose countenances were eta pale andintelleo> -
and in good faith, to any effectual plan which PHYSICIAN.rftuI.titraI. tnal cast hung as low as the knees and trousers
eta right which she regards as indispensable extensive and so good,as in East A .. ;
miy be proposed by any sister State of the for preservation, would be an inter- roads are so .. in the Turkish style serued to' conceal

Soutb, for obtaining redress for the past and ferf'nce'witb her free'action eta far different Florida.The nearly, all the calf, while the: boots,'heels in'

security for the future, without a dissolution of character from 'any with which the can be extensive inland navigation and facilities and toes out'were a little worse for 'wear,'and.

the existing Union, if there be a possibility of charged towards them. Sovereigns are equals.In of transportation which the peninsula at exhibited aver. broad platform of their consti

such a consumation. seceding alone South Carolina would be ON THE USE OF CHARCOAL.BT .,, tutions,generally Other ladies on the prom'
increased at
Bat we fin 1 ourselves forced to consider the placing her sister States of'the South underno present enjoys can be vastly avery nade: stared. at these'revelutionists,. and the

ulterior question what weare to do, if we find constraint. If they should find themselves moderate expense. It was calculated. by COZ X.' P, TOUJKB. boys applied their thumbs to their noses and'
th it there is reasonable for the From the Plough, the Loom, and the Anvil.I '
no hope i
co-op- would from burst into loud while men
in a position of constraint come the late Mr. WHITE, the delegate from Flonda, guffaws grave
erition of any other Southern State in any effectual the action of the Federal Government, not,of inland noticed in the last number of your valuable smiled andyoung misses tittered with laugh'
plan of relief and the alternative is that the expense of extending navigation request vt Mr.Trimble I -J'
South Carolina. Bat if they should insist upon periodical the : soliciting ter. _f '
'present el to us, of submitting, or acting by her refraining from the exercise of her by means of rivers and lagoons, from themonth advice to the advantages of charcoal; I A lady correspondent of the Sjracuse Toi< /-_

ourselves. And, reluctant as we are to separate right and submitting to a condition'which she of the'St. Johns to Cape Florida., a distance and the best method of using it as a manure not thus"writes 'in reference to the Turkish. .
ourselves from our natural;friends anu allies regards ns intolerable,'they would make them- of about three hundred- and fifty miles, I reply with pleasure( buL. my _experience style of female apparel: -
we have nude up our minds. We cannot with the Federal Government in has been.oil a limited scale, and,my 'operations.
selves ,
parties In Having observed
submit. We know that South Carolina entered would not exceed fifty thousand dollars. confined rather to the garden than the farm, Jbi3 morning accidentally a,
constraint sovereign
this confederacy as. a sovereign and independent placing and unjustifiable upon a order to complete too hundred units of the.navigation account of the difficulty ot"procuring it in lady dressed after the new style, and perceiving .
an equal. in her skirtsshorter
State, and that having been wronged, the We wish that the necessity; for separate action ,'it is only necessary to connect South ,sufficient quantityfor the latter purpose.My no change than are usually' garments worn, and except heavy, pantaletts -. Y
has the ,
ptrfect right to withdraw from it. Her attention was first drawn to the influ-
by South Carolina,which we have contem- Lagoon with Indian river by cutting a com- I felt a desire for,some information upon *
sons must exercise the right and meet the ot wonderful experimeetsof .
plated be averted. We confide the gal eoce c1areoalt'blthe the Will of the ladies In TUTqrte .
may "Haulover" which is not subject. any a -
If other munication through L1ebig' In' 'the ot
sequences. n" State will .join us in lant spirits whom we address. There may be Baron Von : "propagation enlihten'the' iguoranceof' 'tin who
please ;
relieving ourselves from the in' and the wh cuttings
already than hundred yards extent. plants faclhty.with
wrongs some hope of the assembling of a Southern more eight dress a''la 'Amerfqueasto the advantage they
inflicted we see no hope in waiting for new redress and imMense'Importance such extent were rooted in this substance. : *
an *
Congress, to devise :measures When the -' derive from the: new' modei Does it free the
outrages to arouse a higher spirit of resistance.Thenewoutr.igcg relief, upon which tome of the injured. States of inland commutation considered both Its use,became:very general in, Europe by' chest,and give room for the healthy action,of the* .
we are well convinced, will. u&ite. :We have heretofore been will'ng amateurs and'cultivators of plants, and for a heart and Does it relieve andabdomen +
: hips
may the of the coast and the ,
come In due time but we feel no assurance sacrifice much for Southern Union We as regards defences time it'was considered asa great fertilizer of their burdens? If it consists"in a

that the spirit of the vassal wilt'rise in'ProPortion still are. We do not desire to lead, but to fol trade of the interior, it. _must be,admitted, ,that Chemisis soon, ascertained, however, that its mere' shortening of,skirts,' for the'weight .ofwhich'is .
to the indigfi%ties heaped upon bis head. for vindicating complete it it would chief virtue consisted in, its great porosity, '
low. Propose any effectual measures if it required millions to .. substituted hot and cumbtriOm'paD,4talett ;
On the absorb 90 cent of its bulk ofjainmonia
contrary, we see t1&the South has already and for jug able to. per -,
our common rights providing it at once{ is'our'dreasimprovedi Icatseeeth'at:
1' .
borne what it. would not for a moment be wise and economical to complete < j
our common safety and we will heartily unite w for walking in the wet and snow-for going up
have submitted to ten years ago Bud what the with youi in carrying them out.' We should but.when it_ is understood. 'that the insignificant i ( '.As a medium for storing up the volatile.poro and down l'stairs,.and perhaps for, some other

North would not then have ventured to perpe repretmOst.. deeply to incur, the censure of sum of $50,000 is all that.is required;.to effect( tions of, manureand compost;heaps, and. for purpoae ,'the new dress'would be' convenient/

trate. Wears not willing to try.the experiment friends *with.whom we have the strongest desire this vast national! improvement it is scarcely absorbing the ammonia.which; -descends ip'.thesuow It will afford inadequate :protection*theirT
how J, It .-=
long it will be before is and rain has'probably'no
ourspirit : 'But feel a deep conviction will IUperlo an ankles-in cold weather
to act in concert; we credible thai our'Go.ernment permif renders l feet : especiallywhile
broken charcoal stilt valuable
completely ,by gradually and continually Bat'what more '
that we have not acted heretofore with : ; "" T < e: riding; and in=warm. weather:it will 11es'
yielding to slow and but, in its accomplishment.. ia its holding,in reserve these subtle
gradual unceasing in the rightin any delay powerPof ;Shorts
precipitation and that.we,are, cool than the present arrangement.
any = E
encroachments. And if the- exercise, of the the determination which we' have formed. ; .I shall briefly refer. .'to another improvement. : 'elements,and yleidlog.theatup.onlyr as they and ladles 'will"object; to it;.aad i& (good reason'/;
right of secession is be followed the ; + r wanted for the _.of, ,
to by attempt ; are purposes their three/1
to I stature
niS'SicnF.ppe it fillleuen' by
the The eelf-abasement. of ; of still greater national, importance. allndif the vital force of the root searches for food.. 'as apparent
: :
oo part'oftheGonrnment'ot..this 'us unworthy men still pretending to be free.' th'the as 'I or four inches,.and"no Cne.1ikri 'to:appear dL"minutive
Confederacy to subjugate South Carolina, it'is The prospectof inevitable ruin to for to the connexion, of' thestainstioocaaa,. 0 pl .. 'r
better that we should meet th Attempt while low'submission gloomy appesrato; us more formidable, Gulf of Mexico by. means of railroad across'. .is,(not only valuable u component" ,. and if it; be made comfort/cenoenient'ari; I
we still have some spirit and some power of re' ,than'any' dangers to be encountered. contending the peninsula A charter_. wase obtained the part manures, but that:?its !inll en e fD,1vi7&.'' ,tasteful, it will be readily'adopted.'.If any 1tdy' ?
sistance left. "If we are to submit to the condition alone, agnlndwhat'ner: 'odds; for'our' ion'of tlio'FloridA" t Legislature y. for a QiPli4al9nir.is highly :. willinstruct"us1 about these 'xaattefB/'We":
last .Trimble where
eta think it less similar to those quoted bjMr ; ,'t -
conquered "r
people we r. "
rights; ,Wehavecomebto;the deliberate con-, *' shan be much.bKgtd tiThe
dishonorable not to do so until we have first c company to construct this road, and when its lar .cropsbadbeenliobtataed.from'land5,on. : "
left alone e'Tenen.b %
if b be
elusion that it our (.to to Mrs. STIU.IXOS is Indignantopposed
been conquered. And if anything could add : ''l 'Is considered; doubt can ,which charcoal pits had been burned years beifore '
to the :in'the,straggle,, alone,"we1. must. vindicate ours; great importance' j: are f egpenUyrWltneEsed: .'" 'In this"vicinI.6e.laat l to Ihe introdnctlon of the new Boa:
Which "
necessity we'believe: exists for A secession! t''' ': : ment. The$ ; .'
&cCOmpllsb tell me' the
from the liberty, by :dstot.its speedy ; ftyatarrderhaeannually.fort eight tume. "They needn't T-remarked
withdrawal .
existing Union, itwould '- r r ti ig hfdlto( the;Pica?_ 'oT lad E other"morning lay ing"down the,
be the denial of the right secession For the D. TJ.YoLEi/in lettyjpttbl ; extraordinaryncrops hay ,.
denia\ of' that right indicates of itself:extreme Tail METHODIST'CHITECB }SUIT.;:; This'much: ,M,l makes,, :the-.'following.. observations-Wther 'I,on.theeevioharoosl! lands,wlthoat,\the.'appliestionofany Neitrffa tine AeW-'Ternreddt which she had just read adeacriptionx'of tell ins nothin ,.
: *' = *** L. "''f''tt '"*" ,fromtheindestrnctability -
danger. The right of secession has heretoforeand tn\kN'Or cash;a i'esult'of the'eeparation of the M manurewhatever Jand ,
I tlm : .
In' better daji,' been regarded AI.'unques.tiooable church,has finally.been set down for A hearing } c of:this pubsUnce, I knotrnareisotisiilixhe'mi7"
: and New,Orleans) .by,thjs rogtiUiiwlth'theeedata { : riot tio atianb'to: do': so'for gall that has any respecC/dr; kerielfwonld
by all Southern politicians:with the in tae,United States Court JnBBW,York ,c'ty, l' .1" make .of.herself wfthf
exception of > init. Counsel for 'theMetbbdlst'Episoopal 'Y 1.' ocatlcn1etethe the nwt twenty 'to comeit 19 _: r a. monley4h : .
inconsiderable complainants years -
an> number ocon.solidationlets. on : it ig easy 'fi rfe on7n'the'stree fof eve?
then orl fbgg ,
., :Andjjf cverhat "right,can.be. Church', it ,are DanielLordjTof 'time required to transitbetween'N.,York and #' *OoQ;:Qf the,wo t striking :illustrations of its id be stareW at.:'Jesf think l W''Jaw
denied''.without arousing.the,:whole.Sooth to Sew,York.Beverdy Johnson,-of Maryland : N. Orleans."If the mall'were.landed opposite 'ejEScicytTP n applied cIne .that has come to my; outlandish ry body 'tmust''lcokrwlth'their skirfe

sustain it, the"South will to ripe" for the most and Daniel,yebster, of Massachusetts. Cat Island and convoyed lathe city on railroad, !'notice was the experimeut made} ;'by bar. 'Hays they lot then: knees and then leg .
dpwn ,
miserable ,fate'which bas<-ever,)befallen' any For. Ihe. .defence the,.Jjethodist Episcopal, the time would be abridged. But I shall take for ;.ward,"oCBandutkyJOhiomany year* shine jeslicomin into : bagtrowserstond bootaIritIrhIg,4'beels.and..aPnrx

people. 'It will then, as a permanent sectional Church,"B.tTFa"cher.ifruTGeorgeWood; :of my.:calculations the".distances to be cr..r omefrom' and whicliJ, ifl antnoetJBwakeniiratpnblished'eithey stack great Sich. kisdo\traps.I

minority;'have no defence ugninst the tyranny NewTork}'and Bl1Cut Choaleyof, Massachusetts,' the.wharf'bI'N.w York to the wharf ;in 1 In tha. last volome/ofyoaxFaaiaer'ij. ; !Library ; : 1i1'do fir them'>IgheIawwonlen'srightswiiaTnwhot < > .
."' __ '_. or thVfirs: 'volunie of Th'ePIougK theXOorn nod
eta Government combining alljbe'vices'of theoorrnptestu'emolfacy. -'a;:? asses if r _- f, & .. i New Orleans./ If we estimate'the''sea apeedat4twelve I '; ''ItMnKWeresubstantially ; 'we read about at'the'North; ,blAre |

and the most oppressive 4.THE:STrCaAE'f s HoTEETheTebnildlng of 'miles'per hoar,"aftd Callow seven;hottrs '! ,and th8BAnvmThe' facts: ,' always *> cavortin'about the country," -

foreign des hsm. L. *-*' *2jr this ructnre.".PJteed DgJ'apid.J,. ,Ihe foundations .for'transfer of maili and'passengers'from 8n.' :i 'tollo.:ClMK having prcparH ,kin i M ch.Irrcr-holdlreolU.en'lep. I
his : in 'mill, sc|apart ... .. "t=
know Cedar, the c from'New! YorlttoiNe"'Or1 coalby grinding : : '
{ We the consequences which will followa ee earl finished;': The.contracts for, Marys to Key,. for. the soil and eultivatloabetqg -. .what don't FOncern..U'l"'Itt''.,9ra assay ,"tm J
failure our effort to maintain Aar liberty famishing'thY brick'Tnd granite"hare been. wharf:a wh( would/be sev Joti" experimtnt | In't .e; "I ewe
_t. J_ u. 1 'r ia'r/.n\ oneacVexcept,atilt$ :! I1ijeUfir; + t' .: 1t.1J91114
We tei clearly i a triumphant exertion of a ade.a *vhn finished,.thb bill:'.by'far the,. ninety; h D ford _and tirtiliottrL:' ,. t t he.pppl, aitlo.n of OIlMUUN."--JA... .Jh.reapplied -' ) a a:>ltcd4 DI-U..t'1 wo 1d;
the power of the Federal Government; hiu1 inosV-epkndtd'hoWlin-th" WOTldItwUl; ( be It thespeed'df8iteittmUe$ad houriypr'adtiea regarded awsi,oft swniforuz:dreatlikttheydoiT': .
jogatlng a State will vastly iri crease}bat pourer much larger than the old building,and superior ble,1;' ,(as .I'have},-,.,,-, .Mr: '_:C011W'j 'sufr: eras;that o>zticbttTite ithwfegr.bgahtitbf 1'sheP "\andtia'e"IiisacasHaepltal
t yrya !
and greatly accellerate. the:change already in. its 4nIiB71n the .9 qualitToT the construe- line steamers Witt prove,) the'time 4111 be'i- coal1rm ,t ,. jihoselots.where ,. _o that konest-pe'opH'would knot ,'from .no ".
.. brain .whileF oa.
far ?: hdortt I If."the speed :els, of .t..i .
advanced'of out FederativeytemJnto A tidn:,aid 4nthe, eVre df a&rfnmoo'fttr01icre ddeedto:exactly lghty there noToaV'ato1Ied the was 'Epiptl romei'. }./heitlpriaoll+ietd 'Ji

Consolidated central ale':sin,. We ee;moo. halt bi At1east y/l1 J1 band morq loomshlginiheptdboteteUeka. of .class .ocean steamers. ;. running .-coast- .. five'...was?lk.l1riIti$1 t. glbti. borI'rtiri. crop no. '\.f"7 e..u: .'et..,1foun.or DaD. M ,, .. .,-;.. .
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that Booth NiU .>eT reach the tiTer:speed 'i' ,
CtoftUa :
; wise,.ehi1l' pTtc .v'
hp&.ttter the,eone: >?t 3 =ass : n:::b .
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of-);iin&Ifire-wouI&euit. 'em' I tlo find,slower.depth, ::cRor'IAz.nhaA.., 9{ : '. EtlrJt 1f.tc. ;' !,.,; 'r
exactly. THE We underttc th M the in the.in'erirOfthe .....
N crops .,
And then in their contentions and abolition : .;:JBUt submit, because
meeting and rows thcrooat4aflgvouldu'tbe in :". are disunited, be. peat alft are tery ne,.p.tticu1arI1-.lie .ARRIVAL OF THE FRANKLIN, ,;.

the way so much, and they could make fool t political 'dema. ernco.I ; This is fortanate, as the influx off .TKO Days Later from Liverpool' Adnxtt' &'
of themselves without 10 much danger their : ) Jnto'lhat sectionwill: probably be Cotton /
migrant ;
clothe For Christian : the rights of the .
4 my part I don't, thin no away
woman ought to dress like Turk; and its jj meD' of their,own am very great next fall, and there will be great Naw YOKE, May ,P.it.( .

my opinion if they do, the men will take.the .. Many of'the renal demand torpro'lalonL We rejoice I the pros The steamship Franklin, from flavre'huj JiJ'arrh

i hint and go to livin like Turks too--If husbands the 'South in the last pect of there being an abundance for all. She ,bring Hans dates to ti." :
is 80 scarce at the North th** they can't all c
I : The cotton are backward, owing to the and Liverpool to the 5th inst. ..
HIT an*to u M ivOTlet'em go to Gaily forny, ) erit11 0w to seek "an ex crop t. .
f wharthar7* plenty of men; such as they are, JACKSONVILLE MAY 24. from insulted constit. lateness of. the spring, but diq'. n now re At Liverpool on tb* 5th; the sales of eotieiI

: and not be turnin Turks themselves,jest to'put becountensnced covering.In 5,000 b-iles, at an. ad ranee ot1. .i'\C1)l..!
I bominable heathen notions in the heads of the Abate fer The N.L: n.should> this 'Immediate Ticinlty, the prospect of I sailing of the Cambria.. The account from '
wk u hare betrayedif'the
men. bad knows. ,
enough now, gracious :JOHH BEARD; Tallahassee, '
: Savannah Neic: Maj. ToombV the Stanleys, our (farmer,are discouraging; the extreme Msnuficturiugdistrictzwere favorable. Brn4.,
J. 0. BKABOOH, Esq, Ocala, Fla.T.P. the, chilliness and dryness of the' spring down to stuff were steady. '.

FACTS ON FOOTE. Krnhtx, Esq Tamps, of tame let stamp,no- the praseDt time, has been very Injnriou, particnlarly -, ,-
the us
Bead the rtminisence of Gen Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, people, 8EC02fO" PXSFATCH. > it
following tothVgraln crop; though they are '.
Foote, from a correspondent of the St. Louis I B. FBISBT Esq, Carey's Ferry, virtue or _intelligence. not yet past recovery, if we honW be blest N w'.YOBK. May,19, 9, 40 P.. JC<,
Times, and ask yourself the question whether Gxo. CEKTIB: Esq, St. Augustine lpde this last with seasonable showers The Atri='* account caused the Lh '

politically, he is entitled to the least confidence Judge A. Smix, Cedar Keys, ; what we hare dbgriCl.1 I .' OOD market to advance d. The ,sales on"SatJrJ
of any honest man. His course reminds. us of tjy
an old quotation: disappointed The following,slip from the, Savannah day were 5,000 bales,on Monday ;OOO, lid iir

"He wires in and wires out. Addreta .f she ttomhcni ; following in the lead of I New, 'explains'the.cause of tho non- rrlY&1 of Tuesday 3,000., Of these sales 2,300 1II e '

And lea res body still in doubt II.. at fhorlenl.N, I. the would act for them- the steamer Magnolia her usual hour thelast were taken'on speculation. The stock ia U
Whether the snake that made the track, Right* AeeecIaUieaeor ...., their country the Union
*' erpool ha been ascertained to be
Was going/ont* coming back. two trips: 30,000 bless !
For the cLUseottnah and justice permit toe to We publish on-our first.page this and the Constitution. re THB STXAMS MAONOUA ASBOBX.-The than estimated, and the consumption$ -

4 present to your numerous readers fem rcminis- which we commend to the attentive ; rival factions, one party, steamer Magnolia,'Capt. MeNelty, which left 000 bale greater.. -

emus or Mr. Foote, in order that they, of all L all our readers. Emanating as it other,and we are made this city on Thursday 'last for Florida, got

parties, may form some opinion lit to th. value Cwrcntfon composed of about four .the designing knaves ashore Waldbnrgs, near,St. Catherine', the I
testimony from tuth a "icitnesr"About same night. The Easterly wind which have INTEREST CLAIMS.
the year 1829. he established or was and fifty delegates, from all *. Entire unanim been.prevailing for come day past caused thy A Washington letter the Now,York EttiU

- J engaged in a public press at Vicksburg, whose State,we may take it as an authon and never can exist, tides to be very' high, covering the marsh entirely hays:
oourse and policy was to advocate the political ciation of determination. and any purpose ; but.even and rendering it impossible to discern 0
opinions of John C. Calhoun. The extravagance people of South Carolina. We check the advance of the channel of the river She went ashore at "The Attorney Genaral is drawing up ii'
I of of Mr. C. and his may opinion on the Florida claims cases; the hea&of
advocacy opinions flood! tide, and when the tide left her,she was
as the only safe means of presetting the It as a "fixed fact," that the State of to an honorable peace, if entirely out.of water. She has.however, 'received it were presented to the cabinet yesUnlij-

constitution and the Union, is well atttcsted by olina will withdraw from the present ; and if not, let us no damage, and measure.were taken to he considers, without ealline their justice isti

I the history of that time. In 1830 or'31 discovering acy so,soon as the Contention of the 'Let,us, while we may. get her off on Saturdiy last*. the steamer J question, that under all the circumstances,tit
J that Gen Jackson serious in his : long delay which has occurred under foracr
was ready elected, meets next winter, and be ready for that Sto and Wm.Gaston haYing-beeD despatchedto secretaries and the
I breach with Mr. C., and snuffing in the breeze her for that large amount invo1, ..-
the approaching storm of his popularity, Mr. grievances ot which she in common It is the fashion purpose; eight hundred thous4nd-dol1an-that it btf<

Focte suddenly turned a somerset, glorified other Southern State complains are we blush to Sky, with advisable for the Treasury to liquidate tit:
fjr: The following capital reply of the Savannah claims without the direct
Gen. Jackson and denounced Mr. Calhoun in a and unless the aggressing States denounce our brethren now, action ofCta/
train more bitter and vulgar than you would Gtorgian: to a furious tirade against gress. The interest claimed i is by the way of 1
t denounce a highway robber or a pickpocket. take a good maay steps backwards.We the noble stand she has South Carolina' by the Milledgeville Recorder, damages, under the treaty, precisely as the it J
I : In 1835 he became a furious advocate of hare no disposition, even if we common righths. But per cent has been allowed by the Mexican CCQ.:

..t"I: Judge White for the presidency, and abused ability! to offer advice to the people Carolina has done more, we hope may have the cooling and beneficial missioner Mr. Corwin's contingent fee,:,

I Martin Van Burea and the Albany. Regency in i State!in this emergency. They, in our to save the Union, than effect of a shower bath upon the excited imagination -. which he formally relinquished before tam,
I 1 no measured terms. of the latter journal *It picture in a seat in the Cabinet, wag but two thooaal
In are the best judges what course among them all. If dollars.
1833 he was nominated and elected by the .
lively color the ridiculous position of most of
Whig party as a member to the Legislature! pursue, and we in justice cannot or would still act, The Washington correspondent of the C&t,
the out-side advisers of South Carolina.
from Hinds county. lie was elected with theview with them for being more restive she has, all would be lest on Courier writing on the 6th
:-4 chiefly abusing and Tillifyiug the Loco. Our respected and respectable cotemporary says:
-: fooo party. This pledge he redeemed to the dation and insult than we hare becn would be inviolate, the of the Milledgeville Recorder has come to the : The Attorney General, Mr.CxtTTznocfliiat

; t t hearty satisfaction of the Whigs. We hate ever deemed that those strange conclusion that resistance, or in other length, given his opinionin full, bn the nV

Soon after this he was found in the Democratic give and take the blows, are the best words secession by South Carolina, will be a ject of the claim under the Florida treaty
\ ranks. gross insult offered to Georgia,inasmuch a* the I 1816. The opinion is' that, under the.treaty
I In 1839 he made a pilgrimage to Washington when the blows should be given and latter ha* determined to submit to those aggressions the claimants who establish their losses, ky
_ has been consid
to obtain, as it was said and not doubted by the South Carolina being a sovereign an which the former chooses to resist. process of law, are entitled to interest, as daa.
I public some office from Mr. Van Duren. Seeing I pendent State, has a perfect right to species of wit, and it The Recorder is disposed therefore to flame up ages for the loss; but that under Jbe aeti of .

that Van and his administration turned a from the Union which she voluntarily its 'supremacy, into considerable indignation towards our Congress applicable to the case, the Secretary
cold shoulder to oil of his'sweet smiles and caresses by-a newly invent neighbors over.the river for this treatment of of the Treasury is not directed to pay interest:
into whenever in the
he returned to Mississippi, pouring out judgment, theirs to our State. For our part: we wish we As every Secretary, since 1847, has fefuscd :
I. his patriotic indignation against the Presidentand and presentation o1'h people require much more elegant and could pacify him IOmeAhat.Ve are confident pay interest, that usage is now establishedani !

J his prominent friends. Mr. Benton especially is a right which she has in common ) for its production, that no insult is intended, and see not well cannaot be changed by the Secretary. Beset: 1

was the object of his maledictions, ida, and every other State. She has deeper and richer. how any can be taken. Suppose ruffian_ whomwe greta that the claimants must go to Congre '
couched in language that would be offensive withdraw of bad spelling will call A. spit in the face of B. and C, for an act allowing them interest, according tf '
and should be
to ordinary decency. JTbe streets, hotels, and permitted, to and that while B, tromcon cientious scruplesor the proper intent of the treaty. Mr. Cotwis j I
,. coffee houses of those"regione. can well atttest bly; but it may happen otherwise, specimens of this dislike to bloodsbe I, quietly passe by the will not act at all, nor give an opinion ia tat ;
his extavagance and abuse of Van Buren and Federal authorities may hare become adorned the columns outrage, C.on the,other hand chastises A.'s insolence case, because he was counsel r the claimants.; ;1

his,.administration. bauched by their overgrown and ; ?!!/Th_ eJitfi.redUT. does C. thereby offer an insult to B 7JSuret1"uot.87 The Cabinet, it is said,will deciJfe the questki,, j
Curing me same year, 1839, at Whig barbecue are well calculated to .b. ..rj t can complain of aster considering the opinion of the Attoratv j
at JaoVbon, he made a speech (the eacotnis power, that they may attempt' to .of literature into C. He ma; feel that C.*. conduct is a rebnke OeneraL. -j
loquendi of the man is most astonishing: ) denouncing in the Union by force. When that polite to his own more'peaceable or pusilanimous "The amount involved in the!decision is com
"the power," at Washington-poured' indeed will com the "tug of war"- tone and. character to spirit; but surely.) i* no insult; and even the puted at nine hundred thousand dollars.". ; '"

out a most fulsome eulogy on Mr. Clay-advocated are much mistaken in the Southern of so gift ed a corres- rebuke is such* grows inevitable out of the
a National Bank, both as constitutional defect all the circumstances of the case, nowhere showing itself
I and their position in the contest will be an pervaded in WASHINGTON GOSSIP.
; highly : ''
1840, by the queer evolution of his restless cat one." As for oursclf, in tbe we have ,noticed. It How can. the resistance of South The ,! shlngt 'correspondent, ot the Ne

ambition and untiring maneuvers, he was of Carolina's own gallant sons,. who lal'p words were spelt In the Carolina be a'greater insult to Georgia, who follows York Herald, under date of May 9, writes a

t f selected and run as one of the Van Bnren electors in command of a sloop-of-war to- and some good gram determined to submit,than was the submission : ;
of that State. much from of Georgia an insult to South Carolina I "Tha news from South Carolina, nltlooga
I t As to his advocacy of repudiation in 1841 port Charleston in a former contest very who long before the Georina Convention, hadreaoJed serious in its import, doe not excite alans

) and '42 I will say nothing. Federal Government, "when it comes would laugh at good to resist ? According to the Record. here. The Government, of course, cannot h*

Pii: In the view of the foregoing and innumerable lug, we will choose the side we fight ; and then, if there er's reasoning these two sovereign States having cognise the right of secession. Like globala
other instances of such consistency, it is misspelling a come, in-the exercise of their sovereign quicksilver, these States when once Ullirtf
; i I often asked how did it happen that Mr. Foote -' what it must wills 10 opposite cJusinns, each thereby offer by, the Federal CODs itution' formed one glorVon
was elected Senator. PBOGRBHS OF a genius an insult: to the other! whole-retaining their local 'organisation

i To answer this interesting question I refer When we take a retrospect, of only 1 This: is the prin Our own idea of the matter is very far differ but yielding to the General (Government

I the public to the Senator himself, and his former in our national history and Sentinefs correspon ent. .Each bad the perfect right, without fur: other existence. The Government, tfcould
I I friend. Roger Barton, Esq., of North Mississippi years, another advan nishing any ground of complaint to the other. South Carolina secede and she can seeedt ia"
h > It is notorious that Barton and his the position of the Southern States, to exvrcitt its own pleasure in the matter. 'no other way, will, not take cognizance of tua.w
friends the Uemocrts of North Mississippi made adoption of the"Missouri Compromise" over minor That each should regret the determination of e* or State organizations, *ut of individoala//
him Senator. And the sequel of the joke was period, with what it is at present how the purity, and entire the other when different from her own is natu. who will separately be dealt with na vioUonof

; that Barton was about the first man in the State ting is the contrast Before the : with any other spe rail enough.,,but that either should consider: the law, or as guil.'y of treason, as the case
t wEe met him 1849, on his return from Washington Let that it bad received any insult from the other may be. The District Attorney of South Car.
and gave him one of the most scathing learned to "compromise" away her any one in the fact of that determination, ia quite pre. .Una is here, reemicg full instructions." i 1n
rebukes that was ever inflicted on mortal man. tional rights, for the sake of "p a and if he can fipd a po.1- erous. This last statement, we have reason to believe

As to his present position with the- Democratic ,'Union,?-before she had adopted the other kind of wit in Georgia Is a sovereign State; having the an is only'true asto the fact of )Ir.Peticra

party of that State, I pretend not to trous policy of n trend ering.a portion our opinion. No such disputed power either resistance or submis- being in Washington. Ye have understoodthat
I know, but I will venture an opinion that 95 sion. In the exorcise of that I
birth-right in the vain but delusive in them sovereignty his business there was otis character altogether ...
cent of that will be found to be ,
per party cling under what seemed to her the highest different from that .which is here inliranted.
r' firmly opposep to hi'.re-election to the United thereby securing the undisturbed with old Jack Downing! wis.loui'andptriotiem she has made choice uf That the favorite scheme of the Administration ,;

I' .! States Senate. of the remainder,-before she took that spelt a, word.cor. submission., What right has South Carolina to for conquering South Cal olio ii
be asked this
And why It-may sudden and
t I Tut change of the Democracy in reference to ward step, and yielded up the prestige taste to slip little, she take offence lament at that submission, however much such as this writerrepresente. we think ,higW I
it.' It is affair of
may an .
I : the senator? attaches to the character; of a gallant between the cases and of her*. Is the latter the formers Georgia.not ly. probable. The National, Intelligencer h*'
keeper, out much the
j4 Waiving the fact that he never possessed any and which stronger than armies in But Jack was or guardian? 'On the other hand, Carolina, put Bobadil's same notion. 'It is an ia-:
provement on method of subduioj
1 I genuine popularity that about in the that time State a bill it may for the be admission remembered ing their rights,-how glorious \ .new region ofwit, ,and. equally sovereign governed, too,.we are bound I i enemyby killing all the men I in a successM

I California was introduced Senator destiny, and how impregnable her the advantage of tho to suppose, by what seems to her wisest and of duels. There I is one, obstacle in. the &
best' decided from the first that she
I Foote with the whole delegation, wrote to Governor ,. But in an evil hour she did yield. t; who never by any would not submit. Why then very should Georgiaconsider that strikes' us as rat her.:grave, South.CaroliM
seceded W
having from Union there will ,
.;; Quitnian if .representing that it. was quite I sake of the Union," she gave up the I : error. Long may,he this decision an insult to her? no such thing as United the States,office. or bffich
probable, not certain that with the obnoxious '
constitution she would, be admitted as a State.' I' which, the, enemiesof the Union readers of the Sentinel- But we begpardon of our reader for troubling ala in the State, and any persons eiaimiasph

I : It: denounced such admission as a great outrage planted their batteries fonts demolition original wit. 1 them with a reply to assertion so utter authority, and attempting to. exercise it,'
ly puerile a* the charge of the Recorder.' That
upon the South, and such an act as should not I Missouri Compromise Was forced is hard indeed for would be put In,the Guard-house as disorderly -;
AND Mw Dix. paper grounds olqur- .
be. quietly submitted to. Nevertheless
,he with South by Northern rotes. The. South rel against South Carolina, when it has to resort .
the.othrs, earnestly requested the Governor for ladies arrived from I jot
his advice ted to a wrong which she ought to hate I to such a pitiable pretext for an occasion GONZALES.- '
'in the emergency-invoking him to boat '
They .are on upon which to excite the odium of Georgia
ascertain the wishes of of the people and of tho ed; but she was told then, as now, that (t residence of one of'our' !against a ,neighboring State. We commend to Nhe New-Orleans Picoysntesays"Somo

Legislature, as to their duty. The Governor "a final settlement, of all.:sectional. and from hIs attention Gen.Taylor's favorite fable. the paper have described Gen. GoVZALXS, tit ,
promptly repliek, urging him, wth the rest, to and.that her"Northern rtl hren" would we supposed leader at Savannah of the new Cola j
oppose the admission of California, with her no further encroachments upon her. a visit of a few days to ,SCSATOX FOOT or Mississim.-The Federal expedition, a* dancing master. This is'a nus*

present and then constitution, under any and we_have no doubt ,Union say: -.W invite attention to the ,take. Gonzales is a Cuban by ;binb,: and, Iherited. *
all of 36.30 article
circumstances. The was adopted, and aba
people the
especially' a large estate on that island.. Hevcfcent
( I Democrat, and the Legislature, sustained.the 'Was'the'settlement'a final one? .LJ th ma subjects' 'ln-ter. ."Fact ti on Foote,"in another. .column;, We to the United, State in* his boyhood

j t instructions Governor in his views The-Legislature gave ent "Compromise" a final(one? Not t'at : be'all uld'f e'made surprised"classic can,give.another'tf ct" keeping' with those' his education, and wastora number years to j
to the same purpose. there detailed.We the celebrated institute '
formed of the
his brothers Peo :
'. acquaintance in
The first riolated of ,
was shamelessly this
Now mark the -
sequel. As soon as this advice :'gbwing net;at New York. :He became thus thorot, J
Washington City i in February:1849 at
k which Ae had wvokcd, was given and pressed ond, u'the'only point that. ems to the'tlmeyheix ly; Americanized, and cmiedhis-repnblioas-;;
-ii upon the.,.representation of ,that u State, Mr. South, is;a dead l t;.er.: But it.is not o ( Southern' Address wAson, the. .tapis.I ideas back to Cuba.. The General IS stilH

t'OUI maae tmOlIttt or 1I101e uJrQxnawg Inmmer.ntl ent purpose to enter into history ofNo : "' ,STORY. : He wu then,.if not Ita parent, one,of.the most young man, scarce more' than" tnirty' yearitf iSr
aJ '. for which Lois 'o famous.?.All) 0(.the delegation .from its first to its I from "old' Moses, ," a' zealous advocates. ,He'denounced' most bitterly age, and hu on all occasion exhibited coursff
of this
State have ,
true to the e' aud talents of a order S
Monroe to his sis- Cobb high<< with fine manned
I wuhe;especially of thoPesr4Iopatyof Stimulated by,-success, and:flushed with ,Mr.' ot Georgia for witholdinghl name and courteous Addl'flLOen. .
4fF.Ii 5 the people of the State; ry, its career has'been'onward.. To ih.l I w give verbatim,. from that'_adderss: imputed. as,bis motives, his ." Gonzales Is'well known in his ctyO '

... Foote.It notorious. that.ln this late struggle, Mr. power has been added.the spirit\ of : p I:1r: lDn. "This/I I Ii aspiration for the Speaker's Cha1r, and with an amiable and accomplished gentleman, and I '
was *
iJ South"contained.most His nimrant attack, Hotspur the that Northern the.' and hand hand/they hare trampled OT ; 'd..instance. wo.. "have" his char,actel6tic, ardor,'argued ,the,point and al devoted friend patriot,and numbers among hi*' persbs*
upon of
Iji r Influence general: andupon Mr. Hale in 'ruins. 'of a prostrate'Constitution..The ., had cki not g-acrowu been man urged upon us that we should in,this Jonrnat i many-=-our most Influential; .-. tit'zes= **

r particular, gave him the delectable sobriquet of Compromise" which.thirty ; ' wottld for that charge 'him with""an abandonment of"hisparty The Tallahassee: 'Sentinel :of the SOUineUsays
the & /hen ; not have .
'1 ,haxgnan.: Now be it Ii soothing, was forced upon,.the.reluctant, South maybe ..and;; to;use his;own' :words1 '"read Urn : .. <
and inrvive to ,
gentle as a tttrtle dor*. And.with UiU North.ern -
I Influence,v endorsed by ,Mr. Clay, he i* :;which: was to'be a;"final.settlement," : of.the same sort. ,,_ : out; of '.the \.democratic ranks. ..Gen. Yopte' "We. see laiMajorCaseybas very recently bidet
t graszdtrtoUo.ts.I.emaz, I' Routed by the North; At the late '. : ,Fla nuj.14'1831 since, like MrCobbbu.sbOndonldthepartythat fTrW they whit ?ow EGS and other Chief; MdtW
I ;{ThIs lathe man who is 'hold [ : day: take Pen in :honored him;: hu..f'ted to keep ,11 their. warriors and fan*
to my and i
: thefSonth In :cethsUdecaced 1 her" Ungt* J I : ; now a: 'competitorwith lies aonthofCalooaabatehe*.. Th.j, aUo acreed I
kr I his breeches' pocket and 'dictate tenntof com' abide by: the Compromise, and to divide! : J1'-, 'misfortune.,going bLake. Ust I_ 'him. 'for.nomination on *$ *&tk that_wilf killed'*:QPine murd.rerscj,, the white boyiwbo'jr

; prints which she It ioctquiesccin,'under pen- i q'dfe4'territory,by tht Compromise line : ",water and ,a: 'very; make_.him: Vice,.Prttident.! > Alas,_alas for thepoor I.I.tee!.In.omemotb..j the Iadisnf.shion.jn; end the they presence are to ef be.I. the.exses v oe.,

ayif&otherscerset.bMr. Foote..) ED.1 ., .30. her/notion was spurned,her J I el-bl the:.:Ltngand: nnfnrtunate_ Sooth I. ,Her own son*abandoned Indians,,t Maj. Casey's eamp,...This.it U tip < .<

j .zrt,. "! ,, :;da" .
- :-- I' ? *-T'Fo.T.tT.-A letttr.'rectTved by a large man': teJ, and the n>Ao/,-in,spite of. law, col : .ihsday todetfcJl.wa on aonday** l its:overpowering)majority can confer,and when .WBOO'lltci COOOH.....A- fendraan''of this ,A'a.

1 its tfset spats rh>f.tM.mPhl't.tablU). ie0t:: at Newark dnri"b.t'lhe1 N.J.from are one nnvi nT ., toJioD,justice, right, and '"compromise- ,". : .,. next,dt7 morning'! honest..patriot! "among, #: mertheax'e: .:tie.MunOdby4tbse.sspIrJngdemagoguea who remedy baa for tested whooping, it. lap coachal..brnJuJI'the following-: b .a .Cfr&rfi*

1 1I '.lkll1eabn.lta ".lp 1tJ.Wl1 > cmtLfI ,seized by our. freesullznastersl *- '' ft litleJutcbet' wa* in; .,and let the useofthe .Bwdidaefor.thiee dqiisL,#
I Hftthrnt: atmlitioaisu. j me ibdtTlho; first' their:deluded followers ,
u 'aiotbt"CM.al in Thirty yeartgc the8outbtrth. as Jr.tora and, cUl1IDlonl. 4 oanees fla* ated. 'I. .. '
I law ttfiaiwg.ih North I : t'"t 'Jaat het f ..." "
ib. .. f eODni ? : 'jt C: J-t 3 'N. honey, -
tflal and sturiia.to *c&(lea d.btt.. 'tstn""ItM: peace d.UnI D. ? //agreed ..to 'thoH1: ) With;'if.:W.. ''It. i h. -f" .i ,', X It honey. ..- 1'f. ,.
:; ;I, rvfosMo fjv (>P.:Jb. prop.rry i lb. Compromiia.' ,Ia:;1850 she :asks :Vs'a 'f ; a'clos> I. .,wu,well be '' 0ULTLaT.V&u.A.yaj .dj lusty C', H' "lemonsboj. t"gstMriahslfag' .
Sooth*retrf.sod cUw.n.pot JMlptkrm -' H V> / : 1 Ioni .... : _, :
to(tt theirs kflicted : 4 'J1 :' ; fPrSFIn'snihaatv. l Sl. LouJs. end one of the er.wsuri'To'be '
1 ,9
I wha'ru' i.he&ie. t. : : ; :
iaT'trLi hU ia ro ... t
a"fioland tor an'OHrtr. 'and iadiettrs edi| r*M;* berdisguIswasspa'ahs :
; '
I tber might wtif tralfn
L i.emitbia! i.rlll"l&luff..Jillr tb.r*. insult, ,in 1620: and her humble petition' MOSSES' PABBR: .. have m.odh'psu,4fbr". .a man- hid'she'had a'lht1! more coot_ pta ... ,Do.* *..,3bottle t&bl.ipoouMstz.tJhtJ'&Dd; times kept Id1J liL,
) :
.c- to be given
> always '
:' 'It" altu.'Je coughing tewes.i .
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a. I MB. FILLMORE PLAGIARIZING.We .fR ar1nr3"nrnaL :' :r.rt' OSiE jyif' i: 1'; AlachlaTCo.;: ,Tax Collector!* S l Plantation. and' Miti-SIte e for' .. ?

regret to lure to dash the proWl exults "THE MARION STAR." ,BY VIRTUE of: ,authority-- .me vested by alt: ./...." .. ,..

:. ""ion of Mr. Flllmore's friends over his recent PORT JACKSONVILLE. ., MAY.24.- "' .. 1..1 will expose for sale, In front Of the Court MI-WILL DISPOSE OF at private. dr
play of vigor in hb Proclamation. His ap- A NEWSPAPER S" 1 .1 :. be .Horne door, in the Town of NewnaoOille; oD PLANTATION. Ibc.
bearing tW abore title will
.If: ication of the term""plunderer the galoot The U.S.Mail Steamer St.MaUl.en arrives /&.'.issued al OCALA.Mariou CUQDlJ',East Florida ., the'fim Monday in June,,A. D., 1651,the" St.John's river, at the booth ot'Ja11ngtorf'creek '
J:. : rites who sought to overthrow the SpanishLke ia few following: named sectiona or;so.ranch, thereo sixteen miles abote Jacksonville. The
a days;
.' is not an original idea. He got it from the at JacksonvUle every Sunday' : as will pay the State and County Tax.Assessed situation is known to be the most beautiful '
'. mmonwealth, the Abolition journal in BoeD. and leaves every Tuesday So far aa Wbifgerj and Democracy are conserve against :John E. Lewi in right -of his wife the river and is remarkable for,its salubrity j'

Bat Mr.Fillmore omitted a denunciation U.S. Mail Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives and every ed.the paper will!be neutral,bttwmtf on. the SOUTHXKX Vi4ry MI Lewis, dttalthereon;for,theyesr not&* : -or'tntt* having occurred therefor

' the gravest part of the turpitude of the Cu- Wednesday, from Savannah- ,leaves QOCSTIO A.D. 1850? together witbTall necessary expen- maD1'tarL The dwelling 'is spacious and

i f i mOTeoeut.-he foiled to refer to the horn- every.Friday. TEKKS. Two Dollars if paid ia Anne.if nor. see attending.sale,the same being,a portion'o comft ruble and calculated for the acecmmo-

il'> a purpose crime inexpiable, of seeking to ex- Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday. ,. from Three. Advertisements inserted subs usual rates. the Mrredcndo ,Grant, aitaaded-.IiDgi eLation olaol.rie.raraU,. "The land (boat"'

I t nel the territory end Powerof the South. But Savannah, and leaves on Saturday.Steamer from Short&*mxiemtiu from either P.'ftl.m be inserted being in the said county of Jiacbna, and knot n acres) Is of good quality and well adapted to
: [is sentiment, if not vuible in the words Was Magnolia arrives on Friday-, follows,viz: section2fTowuebiploarange the cultivation of cotton and corn, ana about
.. ,ifcouched in .
site perceptible iathespirit of Mr.Flllmore's Savannah, and leaves on Sunday courteous language. 2.OE, containing 617 acres 'more,or lest'. ;and fifty acres suited for sugar cane. .There.L am-
":" anif esto. Here ii the original, in the Com Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for lake> Under the Agricultural Bead,the farmar will findralaable bounded follows* on the north by the lands admirable for a steam saw mill at the

t ion wealth: Munroe on Monday, and.returns on Thursday matter, and any information tending to,.advance .'I oft!,, estate of D L Clinch, decd;and William mouth of the creek, and it possesses the advan .

I'There are alwajs scoundrels enough to nnrrtake the Agricultural interest of East Florida$U solicited Thorn as surviving trustee 'of the New Fork I tap of being in the centre> of a section of ? .

$' Tilliny that promises them planr Taken fromthe Records of the Custom House tromtha farmers.J. Association, on the east by,the lands of John H country finely wooded with yellow pine.-

, and any these it has long been the cue of the ENTERED. > ANDREWS CO, Lewis in right of his wife,on"the south by the There,, is a flourishing .orange grove on the

c': nth to employ in that promiseske Publishers and lands of M E Levy on the,west by the lands of premises, which formerly.produced an income
; extension of slate every territory.way No one bass 17.-Sch.Lucy Ann, Lufkin; New York. Proprietors.Ocala the estate oIDLc..1 Dcbdecd.. Alsoseetion2l, of a thousand dollars a year and will shortly

J bough to believe that these Cuban expeditions Scb. Roanoak, Wood,'N Y May township 10s,range 20 E, containing 639 _2o do so again,judging from the.present thrifty

t' : re other object, and it is therefore eatis-: Sch.Smith Tuttle,Lanfair,New Haven. 6.1851.NOTICE. .. 100 acres more or less,and bounded as follow: and healthy appearance of the trees. The .
s' any to know that the combined fleets of the 22.-Sch. 0. K., Willey,Key West. north by the lands of William Thorn as" surviving Post Office at Mandarin is- withlll two miles,

:; *ited tory States, England, France and Spain will Scb. Harbinger, Heath, NY. STEAM SAW MILL'FOR BALE.'rUE trustee of the Aew York Association: .md the steamers pass and repass the'house, in '

7' aite to meta out to these picaroons a terrible. CLEARED. SUBSCRIBER offers for Bale the east by th e lands ef John H Lewis in rightof their regular trips to and from Sannnah.rh .-

.' tribation." 17. Hylas French Frankford. term .hie STE M SAWMILL on rea bis wife; on the south by the lands of Al E .: ae,wishing to purchase this property, may
-Brig ,
. ( Now, farther, to show how congenial minds Sch. Tiontsta, Thompson, Essex. AND MACHINERY at Garej's Fury Du- Levy, .west,by the lands. of'John' UL wisin' call on.or address by letter, the subscriber, at
right of his wife. Alto 22 Jacksonville
II run in the same train, we find in a prociaUtion Sch. Hornet, Dyer, Portorico. Tal county, Florida. The Engine is 20 hors* section Township E.Florida.CHARLES
Jose de lOa, range 20 E, containing 639 60-100) Mcrm BYRNE.
issued by his Excellency Convent Brown Essex. 10 inch
Sch. feet
19. stroke
power, eylender and C .,
more or less and bounded I.rollo'lll north- Jaelcsonvill May 10,1851.* tf ,
Concha,the following allusion,strongly aim.r Sch. C L Hulae, Ovcrton, N Y. boilers. 24 feet long, 36 it:. diameter;all incomplete _
east, south and west by the lands of John
that of President Fillmore: '
to Sch. Zulette Condage Philadelphia. order and for immediate -
ready use. Lewis in right of his wife the section 1 rivate ,House .
i ult bas come to the knowledge of the GOT. 20.-Brig Jefferson, Rhodes, N.Y. It has also a corn.mill Attached. The. Engineand which on Boarding .
Prairie Creek sink Creekcinlo. .A!
foment that preparations are being made Machinery will be sold separate,if desired. pr }
: so section 23, township 10 s, range 20 S, ouu ) & 4
>:, br a new incursion of the pirates, similar to For terms, apply to me at Palatka, or to my ,
taming 640 acres more or less and bounded
3': : .bat which took place at. Cardenas last year. Notice. agent Jas. B. Cole. as ,. St. jJvgu stint.Mr. .
follows: north by the lands of Isaac Frost
I r. hey propose, without doubt, now as at that SEALED PROPOSALS for bui1ding'Bridge A. H. COLE. the east, south and west by the lands of John, on G. 2V. Pup has reopened his

r-. me, to seek the defenceless towns and disturb the St. Sebastian River will'', be Palatka, Fla.,May 10, 1851. tf H Lewis in right of hi* wife. Alto section 24 Boarding House, for the accommodationof
, order that in this beautiful part of received by the subscriber until Friday, the -
: ae rtigns township 10 s, range 20 E, containing 650 84 1iJs and Travellers generally. He retains
: Elixur Wright, Joe Concha, Millard Fill- according! to plan which may be seen at the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That six north by the llndsofld E Levy,east south and i has hitherto received, and hopes that Invalid .
' Office of the President of the Board County
. ore-a worthy trlumTinteDilta.. from date, I shall apply to the west by the lands of John H Lewis In' right: o* and others why may visit our climate for -
Commissioners of St. John's in the
county, city Hon.Judge of Probate of Da val county, fora his wife. Iso section 19, township 10 s, range health pleasure will give him a call, as no
:f ISLAND OF CUBA. of St.Augustine, and all needful explanations final discharge from the Administration of the 21 E, containing 629 44-100 acres more or less, efforts' will be spared to contribute to their
in relation thereto if required. The
'l Our last dates from Havana. received this given said Estate of i&lomon Huffingham, late of aiid and bounded as follows: north by the lands of comfort. ., .

," orniug by the Ohio, are of the 3d instant. person will who may contract for building county, of Dora?,.deceased. the estate of Nathaniel Wells,deed, on the east His House has, during the present season,ni .
.::, TEe "Gaceta de Banana," the official organ Bridge due required to give proper security UM. B. BOSS, Adm>. by the lands of the estate of P alitchel, deed., dergone thorough repairs-has been furred
the fulfilment his
for of contract.
, [f the government, contains the pooceedings of E. J. DE MEDICIS May 10, 1851. 6m and the south by the lands of John R Zeterour, throughout,and is,therefore,entirely free from
, be military commission, or tribunal, which Board Road Commissioners.St. on the west by the lands of John II Lewis in dampness. The rooms are large and airy,well

i- led and sentenced Don GarciHano Monies de Secretary 22d 1851. 24 2t ExecutOr Notice. right of his wife and Creek known as Prairie furnished and comfortable.. The establishment
>ct, lie was charged "with having acted ajic .Augustine_. May, IS HEREBY ( That six Creek running through said section Also section is plea.sant11situated on a broad street,and no

.'t agent of the enemies of her Cithoiic \ .ijes> NOTICE from date, I shall GIVEN apply, to the 25, township 10 s, range 20 E, containing better accommodations'1 than it affords.can be"' i .
r's government, in proouring them a pilot to Administration Notice. Hon. of Probate of fora 1034 15-100 acres more or less,and boon ed ai found in the city, A plentiful table will be

, fonJuct them along the coast of the Island.andi IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Six final discharge Judge from the Administration DaTllcn..antl.of the follows: on the north by the lands of John H provided, and civil and attentive lerTaDU-

I i introduce them therein for the pupose of ex- NOTICE from the date hereof, I shall apply Estate ot John Yeomans late of said Lewis in the right of his wife on the east by His charges per week lash dollars,including. ,
. itin_: the people revel ut ion." He was found to the lion Jndge of Probate of Dnval d eceased. county ot- the lands of John,R Zeterour, on the south by fire and Ugh, and every'effort will be made to

'; jihv on the 22d of April and was sentenced county for Letters Administration on the estate Duvalj- WJL B. ROSS Ex'r. A tract of land known as Moses E Levy's twenty ewisCactio ,both w.Tn.a V"JSitonand

"+ the "girote vil." This sentence w.is carried of Charles S. Smith, late of said county, 1851. 6m, thousand acre tract,.on the west by Jbe lands of Permanent Boarders. "
r- Into effect on the 28th of April,on the grounds deceased, CHARLES SUMMERS. 1al10, :John: H Lewis in right of his wife, a Creek A couple of well broke saddle ponies are at* -

.: f the Fort de la Punta. His property was confuted May 24,1851. 6w known as Prairie Creek, running through said hoLed to,the Establishment, will always

r NEW STORE.New section. Also section 26, townshfp 10 s, range be ready for hire..

r" The same nnmberof the Gaceta contains:an Goods at Low Prices. 2 OE, containing 959 20-100 more or leas and November 30. 1850. tf
For Sale.
" Inlmince of the Captain-General, ex plan:it jn bounded as fklllows: north and east by the
) [ ,l supplements of the law already existing A SUGAR MILL, with all the irons necessary T EIE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in- lands _of John H Lewis in right of hu wife-,
1, ith regard to the using and carrying of pro for the npplicat on of horse power. form the citizens Jacksonville and the south by the tract of land known saM E Levy's Executor's Notice

;" ibited weapons. The new and ordinance is sot I The rollers are of iron, 18 inches in diameter: surrounding country, that he his just received. twenty thousand are tract, on the west by the
. .')mnprehensive that we need only say that all 36 inches in length. Also, two BOILERS, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK : lands of John H Lewis in right ,of his wilt;;a StX months after date I will apply to the

i, itginable: weapon is prohibited by it, under measuring 120> and 200 gallons respectively. creek known as Prairie Creek,running throughsaid Judge Probate Puval county,Florida,
i.: [he penalty of six years' imprisonment at hard Delivery at Jacksonvilleor Palatka. 9 I per schoonerTeneriffe, a choice assortment of section Mao section 27, township 10 A to be discharged from the Execntonhip of the

t bor. The enumeration ends withY por For additional particulars, apply to S. W. I Dry Goods Groceries Hard- R mge 20 E. containing 530 VO-tOO.acres more last Will and Testament Martha Tison,deed,

. Ultimo toJo cucbillo de punta chic o grande, BAKER, Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, East or lea, and bounded as follows north and east PENELOPE TISON Erecatrix. -
. unque sea de rocina o de moth de faltnqueraAnd *' Florida. Ware, Crockery, &c.,, &c., by the lands of John H Lewis in right of his Feb. 15th 1851 6m-

r lastly, all manner of knives with sharp May 15, 1SGI. If irhicll tCUfl"eiBf rw W'.4 4i..anwf t_prJCC3. .wife, south by the tract land known as&J .
11.1s. whether large or small, and whether they FOR CASH OR COUNThY PRODUCE .z !.n,'. twenty thousand acre tract'on the $10 Reward !
- .t. krohen knives or pocket knives." A Near VOLUME AM CHEAP POSTAGE. west -by the lands of Moses E Levy a Creek ,
; Whit faitl ful and happy people these Coin at the store formerly occupied by Mr. E known as Prairie Creek running through said RAN ,."'AYfrom, the Subscriber,on -

must be. that at the very moment when GRAHAM'S Harrison, Bay street Particular attention is section.. the 20th March, his negro boy JAKE,
:., It> r i i..ltlld I is threatened with an invasion of American Monthly magazine. called to his large and elegant assortment of C. L. WILSON ,K who is about 21 years of age; Hack

.oobers and pirates who come to murder Ladies' Bonnets, S7ttrt/rand Ex-tff. Tax Collector. carries himself erect and summers.He .-.

I am and despoil them of their property they I congratulate our subscribers, who receive of the latest and mOISt approved style and fin. November 30,1850. GmAlachua is about 5 feet lOX inches in height. A re- *
I I r- not allowed even the use of "knives with I WE their books by mail, upon the ish.Also, to his beautiful stock of ward
I <)1lt+l ends," even though these knives should I change in the rates of postage upon! periodicals.After GENTLEMEN'S HATS, READY-MADE Co. Tax Collector's Sale. delivered tome; or placed in uch. security

I -mtehea knives or pocket knives!"-Delta.FCIMLC I the first of July the postage on Graham's CLOTHING. BOOTS, SHOES &c.j BY VIRTUE of authority in me Tested b J that I may recover him.
i Magazine will be LotCENTS law, I will expose for sale,in front of the CourtHouse '... H. R. SADLER.OrtigiPlantation .
BARKISTCR.-G rent interest W.LSex. j Call and examine: before purchasing else- door, in the Town of Newnansvil'e, on ,Johns. River,April 5'5l _
r bitol recently in Paris, in the court of appeal, 2 kf UNDER 500 MILES. where. D. M'CUEN & CO. the first Monday in June, A. D. 1851, the

I [>y a lady, M'me. Grange, pleading her own 5 CENTS UNDER 1500: MILES. Jacksonville, May 3, l81. ly following( named sections or so much thereof Afaclinn Co.
Tax Collator's.Sale.
.. Cause, in an Affair relative to the mission We confidently look for a greatly increased as will pay the State and County Tax.Assessed
/ I.a el"imoC 3(6)SSlr. in a bankruptcy. The circulation through the mail at these Felix Livingston. against 8. D. Corbitt, and due thereon tor BY VIRTUE oraut'horit: in me vested by ..

r LJy spoke for nearly three hours' and disI I rates- ,and trust that our old friends, the PostMasters ATTORNEY AT LAW the year A. D. 1850, together with all necessary > law, I will expose for sale,in'front of the CourtHouse

I I. played all the self confidence and skill of a will oblige us in making the fact JACKSONVILLE FLA. expenses attending said sale, the same be-' door, in the Town of Newmnsville.on
It practised advocate. She did not make use of available iu their respective poet-towns. ing known as the Ian owned, or formerly represented he first Monday in June, A. D.' 1851 the

. ntesthougb she had; numerous documents to With the next number of KJraham"we commence April 26. tf by S U Corbitt, being part of a tract allowing namedsectioneoreo'mocbtherofaswill .

i refer to. She also discussed, with much talent. a new volume this number being the of land known as Levy's 20OOU acre tract,-sh- pay the State and Country Tax,Assessed

II IIIe pertiin questions of English. Uw, which were last of volume thirty-tight, of the work. The Afachua: Tax .Hector's Sale. ted,lying,and being in the said county of:Ala; against Thomas Murphy, dent,and due there

.: necessary to the eluciJ.ition of her case. long continued and still increasing support of BY VIRTUE- of authority in me.vested by chu&, .nd within the limits of the.rfrredondo on for the year A. .j>. 1850, together with all

" There is the American public to this Magazine, encourages law, 1 will expose for sale before the Court Grant,"(Jobn H Muir, Agt) necessary expenses attending said sale, the
only one thing worse thin igno- -
us to renewed efforts to make this favorite House door in the Town Newnansvillefon C. L. WILSON, same being a portion of the. Arredondo Grant, .
nee t ,deliver in I that is from conceit. Of all intractable monthly in all respects: worthy of its reputa- the first Monday in June, A.D. 1851,so much' Sheriff cmd Ex-off. Tax Collector.Nor. situated,lying, nd being in the said county of

poL,make idiots us an overwise man. You tion of being of the lands Atkinson, and Clark, known as 30,18:)(). 6m_ Arnchua, and known as follows, viz: section r
may philosophers-but don't ever 26
6 township 10 s Range E containis 64O
|hink of driving into the heads The Organ of American Talmt. the Atkinson and Hark grant, containing six ;
common sense acres .
thousand acres more or less lying and Alachua Co. Tax Collector' Sale. more or less and bounded as follows:.-
of conceited persons. The new volume will embrace the writings being in the lands owned
north by now or
Townships 71 and 8 EBanges 17 and BY VIRTUE of authority in* vested
18 8 me bylaw1
of most of the authors of established reputation owned,,'by M E Levy, on the east by the lands '
,. SOLTH CAROLINA AND THE ADJUHISTRATIOV. or so much thereof as will pay the State andCounty will expose for sale in front of the Court
who have uniformly contributed to its the estate of.tf Brush decdL the south
of on by
The XVa Tax due thereon for the the Town of Newnanavilleon ,
a hingtrn correspondent of the N. Y. Erehm year A.D.1850 Hou e door, us ,
and while new names will continue to be lands of John H Lewis in of his wife
i ; Exprr, writing to that Journal under date ofMajr pages, together with all necessary expenses attending the first Monday. in June A D. 1851 the the right ,
9.atates that"the South Carolina idded to the already long list of favorites, a : onthe west by the lands of the eute of Peter
sewn gives the sale &&, thereo and bounded as follow following named sections or so much thereof
P> A(ministration increased quantity of reading will be Mitehel deed. :;
j. r roach greatly
anxiety-but nothing is to .
North and West by vacant lands East will the State and County Tar Asses
i e d.ttae (a the present." given. In the J uly number we shall commence and ss pay ; .' C..L. WILSON, .'
South by vacant lands ol.tametDen deed and sed against D, L Clinch, and due thereon $
; These the THE OCEAN BORN, situated \Newnansville and the JVatur for the year A. D.1850': together with all necessary fhtni'and r-off.Tax.Colkaor. '
m- peevish the the disuSed November 30.1850. 5mAlachua
the niggard, A TALE OF THE SOUTHERN SEAS. al Bridge on the Santafee Birer. Section 29, expenses' attending said sale,the same ,
a passionate the and
> [hose who live 'others1, suspicious forever, A powerful sea story, from 4he pen of S.A. 19,Range 18. Section 24,13;, Range 17, West being a portion ortbe Arredondo Grant,"(1000 .
;r inhappy. upon means--are. Godman Esq., of South Carolina.G. by section 4';, 33, 32, 29, 19, in Range' 18, and : acres Adverse Grant)'situated, lying and being Co. Tax Collector's Sale .
P. R.James will continue his contributions section 24, 13 and 12,Range 17/East,the same in the said county of Alachua, and bounded authorltilD y
: Jn'Tlati"The" is," said Plato "the and will furnish daring the next six being the tract whereon.James Dell,. deed-, i as follows: north by lands belonging to By VIRTUE of me veae3blaw
taan of integrity, who hears without any inten- months,a novel of some length,written expressly measure about two miles from the Town .,f John Cochran, .couth by ,lands belonging to I will expose for sale,in front of.the Court,
. lion to betray,and speaks without nny inten- for Graham's Magazine.A Newnansville in said county'of lachna J H Lewis& Thomas Napier;east by lands belonging loose door,in the,Town, of Newnansville,onbe .
t ion to deceive. Illustrations C. L.:JVILsoN, to Win.Thorn, & John Cochran,west first.Monday in June J A. D.. 1831,the

Series Splendid Sheriff and Ex-off..Tax Collector.NovemberSO by lands belonging to J H Lewis & _Thomas ollowing named sections or so much thereof* .
' O'Wiorro*.-The day when idlers work and are now"in the hands of oar artiste, which will ,.Ib50. 6mAlachoa Napier. Also, north by lands belonging to T will pay .the State and County Tax.Assessed
e fools reform. surpass any thing to bo'found elsewhere in Na ierli D S Clinch,south By lands belonging) against William Daniet sand due thereon for the '

Monihly Magazines. No expense 'will ba spared ,Co. Tax,Collector's Sale. to J H AJcIntosh,.east by lands belonging.to J. 1 ear,A.D.1850,together with. all necessary exenssattendiagsai -.',
to meet the largest expectations of the pub- H Lewis west by lands belonging' Garey'aGrmt > A Card BY_VIRTUE of authority in me vested by ., : ,
lie in this department of'Graham'OUR lands ingandbeioginthesaidcountyofdltcbuaanti
Alaouorth, bl1 belonging H
The andfrslgntd. the Uw I will for sale in front
of the
passengers on steamer expose courthouse '
known follows viz Section N E 72tTownJbip.ll
LuJds ss :
PARIS FASHIONS Lewis& M. E Levysouth bj belonging to
N..z;*, take great pie as are in stating to the pub. door,in the town of Newnansvrlle, the S containing .160,
Ringed .
Brush decdL ; ,
addItion the of N ,east by land bas
cootiD'ae estate
Ilic that the, entirely eioaerai. the.cutl.-ma.Jand we shill to furnish In, to first?,Monday in Jon A D, 1851, so much acres more or less, bounded as follows North
Brush deed
es&ataar and
the v diE .
longing ,
I efficient officer of the bra other highly finished engravings; from the of the lands of John H XcIntoeh/a1tDated, ,- b th.laodsutf,Samuel Eiglt East by thclTH4f
Capt.P.McNeIryfrom lands tne ,
Lewe ',by belonging to y
....,.. estate .
bands of the very best artists. lag and\ being 1n the Arredondo-Grant, in the 'Boutti '
, : Frederick Lear! by thV lands of ear
I toy reason whatever in relation the accident of N Bmsh deed,!and Townsend. f ,
A1&cbu.,1tDOWD John H
of Mein.toeh'aFifeenHundred'Aere
All Post Masters and Editors authorized county as West by'.abut lands.
are l Stafford
I whi to act a* agents-to whom specimen copies C. L. WILSON -
i I The j attribute the accident entirely. to the ii.efficienKj Grant?or So much thereof will the State Sheriff and.Exffi; TaxColl'ctof, ;
will be furnished, if desired. pay November 30,1850. .6m .- Sheriff tad Ez- ff. Tax" Vottt/tt9T.
of the pilot on duty, the other and best pilot being TERMS and County Tax.due thereon r r thb'year 1850 November f .1850. 8m "

> Nets.;.*! lo St. Ma,,'. by aickneu. The : ... .ogetbcr1Fith all necessary expenses attending .OollectcfV _.I
i, I(era deem it their duty also to call the attention pasea.of S3 per annum. 2 copies for $5;' i>>> copies, for the sale,and thereon bounded as:fallows, vii:". Alachua: Co.. .:Tax Sale 'THEBAUT. 'CRdSBY' -
I the public to tin conduct of $10: 11 copies for $20' For $10, we will iend North by the lands of the estate of D L Clinch 'virtue of'authority-in me vested by law. .
Captain pf the .
steam. the Magazine for 5 years to'.e person.' and the sale ,in front, Of the
I Win. deed:, Carey's grant; East by lands of I will expose for EXECUTE all kinds'of Blasoa
er Gastoa., who
,although reqneated to-.bi in Addrese -' GEO. B GRAHAM, M E Levy and John H Lewis in light of his I Court House door'in the Town of Newxnnrrille y Work at the shortest

I getting the Magnolia oft',pawed her without' render*, No. 134 Chestnut at.. Philadelphia.May ,. wife Booth by'the lands of if: E Levy and the i on the first Monday in Jane, A.'Dj 1851,the pieces Tie experience they notice'Lave and lad tho'loest' '

I login, assistance whatever. 24; 1851. : lands of the estateof Peter Mitchel deed, West the following named sections or iii .much'theieor.u in,the Construction of UGAB BOILER FUR..

hart; Rowland, J.s. Wiggins, by lands represented on Burr and Washing will pay,the State and, C\UDtiTaZ.Aa-: ACES will recommend,them to.tW '*

McIntosh". OLD IRON'BRASS .* COPPEB lon'.1DDp'belonging. to George. L F. Clark's against Frederick SearL,and due thereon of the planting edmhuhity. patronage" ...

Wiggins, ,Charles Mead.. 'WANTED. 'AdTerse.. Grant.. ", .: '. _- for the year A D, 1850,together: with all ntcessary f3r AH,orders.from the country will be attended -'.
Miss Bremer, W. W. Geiger, ,. .a L. WILSON, expenses attending said sale, the same being to with p ro>ntitnde. '. p:.*
7 Di Wet. Barnsad PERSONS having old Iron,Brass or Copper ;Sheriff end Ex-off..Tax. CoUeatdii.November a portion of the''''Arredotfdo Grant,"sitn*- ,Jacksonville! May JO, 1851. Qm" *'' v .
t,: bin atosh, J.E..B binao'D, they,wish dispose of, will find 30, 1850., ',6m ted;lying;and,being fn. the safii county_of Alachua ,
Winter, 8. Einstein, ready sale for all they can bring, at the Feus- ,and,known..follows,***: W.M 8.'.W, ... - -

H. I*','P.WoolQ.; .Einstein.CowmmfaL Bar, Jacksonville,. Fla.- .and receive liberal Alachua .Co.Tax Collector's. 'Sale. |jT;Section 36,township 108,range 22 eon :NOTICE._ .
prices for the came laming SO acres bounded.follows;tix i north U Elsie 0 W J ..
___-_,__. BY.t'mTUE'olnthoriti in,at vetted:by appointed T.0.Hotars oar. ,
/ GEORGE MOONEY..*. Proprietor.; law;I will expose,,for sale before the Seer house! by;.land'of iElixabeth.Hobkirksi,land, ,era)AI%Stand Attorney t to a ttle anya&albuainuain
i May 17._ ;; If deor.Inthe.town of:Newnansville on the first couth by township line dividing township 10&: the nam.." f Palmer&Ferris'
-- Monday inJnneA, 'Dl85l.somneh of the lands of :.Hi east and west h7 public panda JUsoICW; fo collect and,receive debts due'the firm.of

SAVANNAH MARKET, MAT"20. AdtalBistrAtorU: lYotice.S Br cke biougb, et:.aL.lotNo.6,.l1t.afe ,1- XQ{,.:M. ,EX.of.sectlon.township itfS, Palmer. &: Ferris, by Bond**Mortgage-Noterotktrwise

C *Toiu--There;W" a very fair: demand forGotten IS .MONTnS.A: DATE,- :we-.shall ing andbeing in the N E portion of M B Levy's range 22 E,:and- bounded' :aa follows:'north by ,'also JbrDarfas Fett&a *. "ed .

yesterday and,the tales amounted to present our abcooata and vouchers to the Twenty Thousand Acre Trftt.,in-the county ofAUehnacontaintainiag public lands, south by'luda claimed by David All persons.having demand against Palmer
: Monissioa east: lane 1* kum d by David .r dacetsedTwiH .
Hon.Judge-of-Probate lor'.Cot mbia county 16669 :acre more or ,: bj *Ferris of Darius Ferris prer
377balffTx. 8 al #; 57:at 7 ; 47at.Sj&i Florida, for.a*final settlement, and ask:a'diaenarge Its or jo much 4.ereol""i1J pay the State Uorrittoa;and west by tedav of Elizabeth' H< >.* sent the same to'T"&'Holmes for pJDleD..ra
Ml,, at SJ*; 30ajsJ'i 30, aM#,' and 94'at from: the further Administration of the tand county tax;and thereon for.they earl ,* kIrki,permit Jaad.**.;;; :3 t H3 p -* ; all person*hMeWeU+ 't P kner:*'Kerrb or ba -

0 teats Prieee wrri,the tame as on SatUda,., Estate of Archibald Hogans, late of said cant, together with all necessary expeates attending ,Boav' : .C-L. wl'LBOi a raw Ferri*,are reqwted to call on' T.O.Hb hisi'*i"r

and the market dosed_firmer. After the Frank- ty, deceased, "of which ,aU.pmsoDS interestedare the sale'thereof! ; the above.U:a.>.portion'of>> ,the.. V .. jIt"1:V" ."fI. .....n. brsettlettentand, make poymenC .--. :' .*_. >'..
desired "ArndGn.DL; '!...;, ,... -. i. -Nor ,I$68r 't ar.laiC:UF 8. lrfi .itAA1taUb'. nauusi: -'
to J :
liD'. take Dot$..._ ,* i t 'J.> accoam. came lo hand w sales were wade, Z.:OGAN8 .u.'*,:": -" j: { ,- ..c.'L'wL8N 1 : f" oIoioo... hIe' ;ofD.l' &JIdec.to. -.",
I but holders :exptewed the J (in&t skbjf Tax ).t; C1l\.JP\ m ,::' .:, ,, DAVID L.l'Al.vp.: ,. "I
opiafon he :AZ 'f.* :* :J.ROBERTS Adrtir.A ) > : ft( x-of CtUeottr .. .. ,4' "' ,, ..". : .
market would advance. *. < > 'ltor.F1a:, May 17,1WU ',' -Co.' )' NoJeiber 30_ .18511z. ; : OID.i.", < +rtsTLT xxicrrrxp Ar guts oittci.. 'J'le; ,..tul' i 950.;: .t. .

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: ;. ikl w'QfJe: ,,:& :M9 .f.fJV.." ;
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IS published every<.SATURDAY, at.Jtekson. I I.m (( ISe. Court llouse, npt

l ..iD"the CtQDtjoCDna1. and''!Ststn. of Florida, 1 THE Copartnresblp heretofore existing un FALL AND ; '.:: ,.-" bile_Express, ... 'W' 'tLL Pn1 ticejnthe sevrat.- \ '
-. firm CURETON, TITUS,, & ;the.Eiatn'C1u1t

: BY CHARLES- BYRNE.... HARRIS, is this day dissolved: by mutual con THE subscriber 1 BT, .BVBIY. .. -' :STEAMSHIP.OFFICES. tend !fo the -collection'of claim ot*P1ori-P1ni, ;

sent. ,sale I at. ; :, ? 'St.1t! tot MilithyServicesand: for HOJ1ea"
,FELIX ....VllfG8TO>, EdiUr. CURETON, TITUS & HARRIS. well selected stock' \' oiother property.lost ordestroyed
: Jacksonville Dec.20th 1850. < 19"Wall'Sireet: 'Ne w Ybtlf, and by
i t ,. (jan4)The comprising every ,said enlce4. .,
: S. TERM .' line,with an : Chut les Hotel l Building, Orleans..:' ;" :\ forPenhionn3fdjzabld;;- "

TRIlER DOLLARS FIR ARKVX" IK ADVAKCC.KJAdT business heretofore consented by the lected from the Mobile Agent,.. M.BOULLEMET.. _' "or"CheVidowland( Orphans odcce
: aboved ,
named firm will be henceforward conducted He has made Every attention paid,to ..collection of Alto,'clafms! 'for !Bounty Land to
: .i tisera.nu will be inserted on the followlog by and under,the firm of ,weekly which soldilr. m
CURETON, &, TITUS. rive Nous, &c. ,andthelVVidowsandoificers ; 9rp lna'oc
I t.rmz Btock complete aDd/:.oldlns. .
i Ole dollar per square twelve line and under JacksanvilleJanuary. 4, 1851.1 Thankful for the SI"N ANDBOVNTir LAND. AIsoiI1l; !l giY.e his i ttentjot e n'ti'\

for the firntinseition, ana 75 cent for each subse he assures his old examining Titisiuid! Recordssnd .
Fqtientlnsertrnfl.. To yearly advertisers a liberal di. Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale.BY ;what they want at BTATNED (nl'the offieers and 'soldiers nf the lug claims to Lands. ... .
VIRTUE authority in me vested by that cannot fail to Revolutionary wsror their legal trpresenta> 'All.business entrusted to him >\
coutt will be made. law, I will expose for sale,ia front of the CourtHouse who intend prompt attention and all wile!I1e '
be for before ire I for life; for widows of such'cfllcersaud ; irstrumen,5'! : ,
: advertisements mast paid door in the Town of Newnansville
: on and willing to show whomsrriretl to 1800.LA'D.. tinz,will be executed by him with
j I aeriion,unless by a regular customer. By referring the first Monday in June, A. D, 1851, the ed that they cannot i ;. previous! despatch.. ._ ntat'tia'..
to )::11'terms,the requisite aura may be ascertained following named sections or so much thereof as in part ofColored JacsksonvfllcJan.25;,'1 851'- h
; will the State and Tax Assessed 1BH01D' Y >. ;t
and transmitted with the advertisement. pay County and black ; ,- ,,-
f .. ,
against I F Clark nnd duo thereon for the '" ,
TJ Advertisements not marked with the number of every quality ; the surviving or ,the widows, 'or, minor fO, WlU. Ill. 'TITNNO
year A D, 1850, together with all necessary expenses Print; "Jenny Lind" ) .: ;
insertions required,will continued until forbid deceased officers and privates FACTOR &
attending said: sale, the same being a Embroidered Crape COMMISSIONMEMcm
and charged for. portion of the uArredondo Grant,:; (represen. Shawl.; Wnrknl wio served in the North Commercial Wharf. '
: 7Five dollars will be charged for all announcetne ted on map of Burr& Washington as such,)situated a nd Figured Ca&Miners : Feb. t
with Great Britain the 1411
of 2812
Blue Derail for veils: ; ; CAale, tQ (
for lying,and being in the said of Al ;
its candidate* ohce.! county -
1 achua and known Diaper| ; Kentucky.1 War j jor in any of the Indian '
as Geo. J F Clurk Five -'
Oiesqu.reforSi: Months. : : lID 00 Silk and Colored H ; .s 'lfJeBOBEBT' =
Thousand Acres Adverse Grant and bounded War since 1790. nAKE !;
Notice to Debtors and Creditors t : 7 00 dies and Gents Neck ,
as follows, vix: north by lands belonging to tons iiII'trimin ; V" rm. moderate where the claim is established, ATTORNEY, ELLOR-dTL;'
Application !for Letters! o ministration :5>> 00 Mrs. Gary, Adm'x., easfby lands belonging to riming: Silk Gloves ho charge. JACXSOnVIi.LLt' .E. .- I
I 03:: AH religious notices will be inserted graiui- John II Mcintosh, south and west by lauds belonging V ears; Krenrli' ; ; Subacriberi.afar appointed Agent in the District WILL FLL i
11 11.1.. to the estate of N Brush, deed, M E Levy Scis nrs; Rncnrn Ar.: ., Columbia! for the Circuit in practice in the Courts of the
will andJohn H the Fiinrv line Inn I Hamilton county of the middfv
admissable communications Lewis.
03":: personal
Cnmmercial Life Insurance
03: C-ll and see. euit.. in Denton and Hillsboro ofj
charged as acly niaf'menu. C. L. WILSON, October, 1850. Company, Sontht-ru circuit, in the Supreme
uAlIbiU.!.for Job Printing,must be paid on the Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector.
Nov. 30 1950. 6m d in 1820 and empowered act of Parli- hassee, and in the United States DistrictS
4tivery! of( the work.or for the insurance of Lives and the endowment Florida; and will prosecute agahS

: All communications must be addressed to Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. .in London,New York Washington City. United States before Congress. and the'lX

Ih,' Editor pottage paid. BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by Dr. S. CAPITA* 83OOOOOO. meals at Washington *f

law, I will expose for sale in front of the Court mmunie tinns addressed to the subscriber, Being located at Jacksonvelle/flr 7i/t hit
Housedoor, in the Town of NewnunsviUe on D, C.,will receive prompt attention.M. give his entire and unremitting atlentis. ?
Used him with
| GREEN'STYPE the first Monday: in Juue A. D- J85J, the by .", HOMPSON, profession, and: all business entrusted to. V
ii! FOUNDER I following named sections orsomuch thereof at Law,and Commissioner of care shall meet with prompt attention.
;: will Coughs, Deeds for North and South Carolina. J.
pay; the State; and County Tax, Assessed against McROBERT BAE&.
I No. 12S FULTOX STREET: SUN BUILDING, M. E. Levy, and due thereon for the Asthma, Heart S.Refer.iIecea.aryttilIeHeads('IrD rar'. August 24 1850. .

II,1 | NKW YORK, year A. D. 1850> together with all necessary sia G ,and Members Congress eeneraily. ----- ...........
A Citv,November, 1850. 2ta
No, 17 CANAL STRKEF How, Nwr ORLEANS. expenses attending said sale: the same being JT. ITIcROBEKT .BAtcj'ATTOEEVS

portion of the Arredondo Grant situated Com ,
,lying AT LAW
1 TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND *, and being in the said county of Alachua AGENCY OF DR. FITCH'S JACKSONVILLE,:L],

PRINTERS.T7ITH I and known as follows viz; Section) 35>, Township Dr. S. S. Fitch's NOTARY PUBLIC.

f confidence invite the trade, before 9 S, Range 19 E, containing 633,32-100 Braces, TED MEDICINE. COMMISSIONER; appointed i by the foUoreing &%

V V they purchase elsewhere, to give me a acres more or less, ADd bounded as follows:- to take Testimony, Affidatils $ Adu \J.-'
a 1 call at No. 123 Fulton.street, New York, or at on the North, Bus 'ii d: South by lands of the tures on '-0< >0- 'fdgemeats to be wed'thtTt: 7.

No. 17 Canal-st. Row, Neft Orleans. where I am !heirs of Peter Mil utl, deed, and on the West art of Balsam, Depurative Syrup, Maine, Virginia, Vermont, MassachueUi: ,

I ready to furnish them with nil kinds ofIt by the lands; of :M E Levy. Also Section 7, Health, Expectorant, Heart Corrector, Connecticut,New York, Pennsjlvanit

BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE? Township 11 S, Range '20 E, containing 344 & Liniment, Humor Corrector, DeIawj.rcMaryland: Carolina -
96-100 acres more or less, and bounded ou the I have been and Medicinal Cbd Liver Oil, South Carolina -
Georgia Ala.
f i or the newest and most beautiful I North Mixture Cough and Cathar *
I style. a in by lands of the heirs of Peter Alitchel, the above Goods, and barn, Mississippi Texas. >
,I.1 also prepared: to supply the ranch admired: d ecd.) on the East by lands known as M E Levy's ly on hand at my Pills, .Nervine, Vermifuge, Female pe- July, 271850.: ly
Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scot- twenty thousand acre tract,on the South by the Tampa, Tampa Bay Female Pills, &c. &c..
; t j land a series of these beautiful faces, together lands of J Johnson deed., and Levy's Lake.on by him constantly and mtk unprecedented ?QUEEN McIJVTOSl!
4 with every variety of form and pattern of the West by the lands of the-heirs ot; success in the treatment of

ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, N Brush deed. Also Section 11, Township 11) .", Coughs, Consumption sthma, Heart ATTORNEY AT LAW;

Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance S, Range 19 E, containing 642 24-100 acres I Dyspepsia, crofuLi, Skin WILL attend the Circuit: Courts iauifj t
4 and accuracy of all the Type manufactured by more or less, and bounded as follows: on the SIX months after Diseases, Rheumatism, Female Circuit; the United.StitaJ&
me caunot be surpassed by any Founder in the North by lands of Isaac Frost, on the East by counts. and:! 'Complaints, Piles, District Court at St. Augustine; the Supras
Union. By an entireTy new method in the l lands of the heirs ofN Brush deed.,ou the South Probate, for &c. &c. Court at Tallahassee ; nnd prosecute China fe i
mixing and casting I am enabled to retain the by Levy's Lake and the lands arM ELevy.and settlement,and ask a Dr. Fitch's unequalled citizens in any part of Florida against the Gcv,

idrtvet of tJie component parts of the metal, and on the West by the lands of Fiederick Mar- Administration of the Patent Silver Pl.itcd Abdominal eminent Washington: either before Conjroi;.
qnand. Also Section 14, Township US I 1 I ford and Susan : Supporters. Dr. or at.the Departments. '
thus to produce, in addition to an elegant, the ,Range :; j I .
most 19 E, containing 24.l00acres more or less, eons, if any having Fitch's Iroprjvtd Plated Steel J2r ADDRESS, JacsovifteEastFl9Tvit.May
SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE- bounded as follows: on the North by the lands Susan or John'M ; Spring Shoulder Brace. Dr. :
'of M E the East ut iLw. Siltrer_ 11. IS50, tf '
Levy, on by the load of M E f'O1'iYTv'r *- Inhaling Tube. _
heretofore offered to the public., To this last and South ,
Levy Levy's Lake, on the by Lery' I
feature I would in particular call attention,fort Lake, and on the West bv land of the heirs of Tampa. Jan. iith, Fitch's celebrated Sir Lectures II. D. KLflDjC1CK,'
solidity and durabilty of Type is on the principle I N Brush decd.and, Levy'sLake, Also Section THE ATTORNEYAND
of of the importance to I
economy, 31 9 20E
,Township SRange
containing 638 20-
11ption, ;Du-eases of the Heart jr.
3 all typographers. The members of the craftwill : 100 acres more or less and bounded ns follows : .,
i also find me ready to supply all ktnds of on the orth and &.stby the lands of M E Levy, SIX months after on and the method of preserving Health Counrll_ r ,R1 'Law. :
Beauty to
PRINTING OFFICE, FURNITURE, on the South by the lands of the heirs of Thomas Judge Probate age. + -
Murphy deed and da, for a .Jia bGrgo' Book should be in every family. To practice in the-several Cdtarla
for the establishment complete Printing Offices on the West by the lands of WILL oft
the late Will and (' it points out the only
reason ,
I the heirs Circuit and
of Peter Mitchel deed. Also Section in the i.'ountiei
such Presses Wood Type Cases,rJUnJs,
as ,
bank deceased. (relfef.: To mothers the directions
Township 9 S Range 19 E Beaton, of the SoatbrraCir
n BrosPress and Wood Rule, Imposing Stones, containing 638 56> \ for the c.-ire' and education Children cult Florida. -
i Sticks Brass and Wood Galleys Rig.f 100 more orlessand bounded, follows: on the
Composing ,
f lets. Closet Racks, &c., &c. North by the lands William Thorn as eurvi Jacksonville, Jan. 11 > through: the 78.000 copies and the of this sale Book continues hare: Tampa Bay, October 2Stb 18.J9.-novl1Wf.

S Oil Type taken in exchange for new at 9 ving trustee of the New York Association. on press, .... <<:
cents per lb. The Trade: .f- liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the the South by the lands Cyrus Perkins.and HAVING &ley & S. FITCH fy Co.,707 Broad- ATTORNEY* COUN8ELLO4jJ ct

ii ground orrtlrnishingto purchaser article on the West by the lands of the heirs of N business at York,and JACKSONVILLE, FLA, *'
with which he will be pleased and which.will Brush deed. indebted to mo in any A. M. REED.' attend to ()

I bring him the worth of his money. C. WILSON, to pitY up,by the 15th : ]/ Sept. 28. 18:>0. WILL to any him professional in the Courts busfafi of )

T Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Sheriff a;d Ez-off. Tax Collector. wise their accounts Eistern Circuit, and t' cu
4 I Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished November, 18:>0. 3m the bind of an .Fitch's Guide fo Inva Tallahassee.:: He has theSupreme'also such Coa ta.
I with an estimate in detail of the cost by A COy, Esq.: is my \ or Directions to persons using Dr. Fitch's geous connection' with anadv&Sjb
I t ; sUtingtiitc of paper and kind of work to be ex Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale.BY lect all debts and to ; to be bad, gratis, of all bin Agents ington City.-aa will ehiure an able.Lnwyer' at Vu)
ecuted. VIRTUE of authority In me vested by forme. dy collection ofcuch prunpt ncf'i ci_ r.J

I Publishers of Newspapers who will insert law,I will expose for sale before the court housE Our,,' Ferry F1a Oo. Tax Pollector's Sale. in his hands gainst.the claims United as may States.be p ,

I this advertisement three months and send meLt deor.inthe town of Newnansville the first .gept.8tbyl&49.. "it .
the pipers: containing itaddresred iouNesbitfs Monday inJuneA, Dl851so) much ofthe landb. ol virtue of authority iu me vested bylaw, ly ,

i! Reister" New York, will be.paiJ in materials Brockcnbrough, et. al., lot No. 6, situated, lying will expose for sale,in front ofthe Court, "
L; of my manufacture, provided they purchase six and being in the N E portion of M E Levy's SIX months after in the Town Newnansville, (D BOUNTY LAN.D'fAND

t times the ameont of their bills foradvertiseing. Twenty Thousand Acre Tract, in the county of apply to the Monday in June, A. D. 1&51, the .. .
U. II. GREEN, Alachua, containtaining 16665 acres'more or or letters dismission named sections or so much thereof as ;

T JVo. 123 Fnlton-st New York, and less, or so much thereof will pay: the State ate of John II. the State and County Tar; Assessed a- :' GENERAL AGENCY;.

t t t AToT 17 Canil-st. Row. New Orleans and county tax,and thereon for the year 1850, Hillabo ugh,deceased. Joseph Law ton,and due thereon for the WASHINGTON!, C ;
together with all necessary expenses attending A. H. D, 1850> togetherwith all necessary
Alacbua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. the sale: thereof, the above is A portion of the Tampa, Ela., Dec. 7. attending said sale, the same containing '-.JOSEPD T.WA'LUEU;, wniJr,

BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested bylaw ."Arredondo a rllnt." situated, lying, and being' in the prompt. and efficient attention to the Bon*
C. L. Alachua and UA 1'iD' cL.Aurs officers and
WLSON. lylagon the north soldiers
I will for sale before the court house
t dli
{ expose the late .ISfSSai
the "
"Arredondo FloridaWa
Shej9oud Tax Grant ,
Ex-off Collector. and cr.eliherof
door,in the town of Newnansville, on the first i \\ E have appointed I known as
f November 30 1850.> of.Formannez Grant.C. Wars in whichlhe.UDiUd
6mAlachua ,_ State
I .. havebeesegngedorsbe ,
Monday in June, A D, 1651.>1 90 much of the TT eral Agent and 13
lands of the estate of Win. Garvin, deed., con Co. Tax Collector's :-; and all business in the -. .;L. WILSON,. :: JFarrirA (?r if.&r ltl mof-ltt
taining 400 acres more or less, being portion Sale. To collect and receive SM\ff\ a1l.dE.z.DJf., Tax,C ll tor.. ,I and.to,any.description of busiuera'rtquiriat* c.tJ
\\f q of the grant known as the Wm. Garvio, or so BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by Palmer & Ferris, by 30, 1850.:> Cm Agent or Attorney at Washington. Forrpro< tJti

'1f'. much as will pay the State and CoUnt.7 Tax, I I law, I will expose for sale, in front of the court otherwise, also for ,ring land warrants' his charge::will (85.;>
house door in thetown other cases it will be tig
...t,.: ., due thereon for the.earl8iO, ,together with all ) of Newonhsville,on the All persons having Auctioneers proportioned to'Oafw. ,
,. first in June tore and. JHi
Monday A D
difficulty the
attending the sale and so much & Ferris or'.Darins F case.: :.
necessary ,
expenses '
of the lands of John H requested notice' will also in n:
Mcintosh the act
,L thereof bounded ns follows: South, East,North situated, ly. sent the same: to T* 0.. folIowing'Act: connection with-AcenW
log and being in the Arredondo Assembly. All who desire A ttorneys in Florida who 'C
and West by vtcautland: in Township, Range Grant in the all persons indebted to to- have may'be'emprojtd ;
4 .sI 18 8 and E, situated, lying and being one mile county cfAlaclna: known as John ii Mclii.tosh's Fins Ferris,are extended according to Sections. of Bounty'I land and<< other'claims,on..teroa;"WJ
Fifteen Hundred Acre Tract .''Adverse must give new ,bonds. may be apreed upon. Letters which iharii
H Vest of the TowD'or Newnansville in said i for settlement, and make } : (
county of Alachua Grant, or l5o. much thereof,will pay: the State d JOHN BEARD. be poat.paid) will receire immediate 'i atMI? Fc

C. L. WILSON, and County Tax.due thereon! for the year 1850 &. .. ComftroPetJ. lion- ,; ,Aug.. J 71630..,: tf
Sheriff and Ez.ff Tax CoU ao'. : logeth with all'necessary expenses attending D.\ I ,,:;February 21, 18:>1. -. -, : ttl
November 30, It150. 6m'' the sale, and thereon bounded as follows, viz: Jacksonville y. tip! -i i *-c ';?i: cH 'A RnE'SDi'V: ;:ALr1
North by the lands of i'-rV ,, ,
estate of D L Clinch of the several Acts .now in. : : AIJCTIONgtfl' "';>f tt

I Alachua Co. Tax C.flectnr'a.SnIe. M decd E ;and Carey's grant. East by the lands o/ T' ,Bears" relatingto! appointmentnd!duttii. of : :; ':,. JJ CK80NYILL "E\, tJtl
Levy and John H 1IUrl.- '
; Lewis in WILL -- )
right of his purchase nil \ -
BY VIRTUE authority in me ,vested by*: wife Soutk by the lands of M E Levy and the :I. GREASE that the l.Be it enacted by> 'the,"Senate- : 'n-Sl': Ibanjrpartof the County'at'loi
J law. I will, expose for sale, in front of the : lands ofthe estateof Peter Mitchel deed. West ship to me in'. : ofRepresentativs'of the: Sute and to and respectully- olicited> -\>. ,. ;ti- rt
; Florida
Court House door,in the Town Newnansville by lands represented on Burr and Washing 0114,Dolla, Gallon. convened. TliAt.th :JackaonTille_ ;.May 6,1 848 i ,. &.
,taxr ,
On ,the first Monday in June, A. D,tho ton's map as belonging to George I. Clark's' :Pound the articles. n sales-shall: be 'two'per' ce 1tu'm' -' .'. .." : --- : ".. r 101''
following named sections ... Notice .
much 1j
or so thereof 'AdverserGrant.
f :
: amount of
posiiirelyzreject them.' 'i gross sales, except sales : months 0- t'S'IX
will '
as piy-the State and County Tax, Assessed C.,WILSON, ,them. ,They,mast be in (not damaged, upoa which,.there shall ; flfterdtJshal" ; lJ prisentnj'ountsmnd '
John : V0uchers n
; against Drysdale.-decd., and due thereon A'dniinitretgr:
: of
SMrijfaNl.'Ez.off. Tax Collator. "' r one bjlf of one cent.
per tbe"Eatate'
for.t "ear,A. D.'1So. together with alinecewry November 30,;1850.. ,6mAlachua i .': \ ,: ,Beitf'tbereuactc.j, Thar, uot : of' GeorgeS.' Pane, 'to."tbe'
Judge otProbates
I" ; .expenses attending said sale, the same NOT. J8, J 850. .. ,ly ea ,shall be; usseBsed or levied ; .hAll f BilJdbor gh1t' unt1;
being a portion of the by ttheunietimeappiy;
fcArredondo ,
Grant' 'slti Co.'Tax tMlector1. Sale.I ; .: Jneorpovatcdtownccjty, tetitfdP art
i naUd, lying, and :being in the said county of .BY ,VIRTUE authority; inmeveatedby, H' --' / No :;;; than twenty.five inthil 'said adiscIzagef.rm Estate tbAdmInIstrt1 not'! : (:

Alachua, nnd known follows, viz. section 16, law, 1;will! expose' for-'anle before the Court. ,- : ; t.tox.. per.centuJDup... Allperoa.inted ere duirsi
t, township 9s, range IS E,containing 634 72-100 House door in the Town::of NeW1J."DI J1Ielon i, SIX MONTHS after. ; : ')Be :iaL-enoiee.- 7 6: ;.... t. P.,:.. ...:-n tC
acrei more lees and account and -fartherinactedliThal.alP .. '
or. bounded. rollowlnorth'b1 :- the first Monday June,1.4.D. 1S3 much' JOB?; DARtINO..,_ I
the lands of the estate of tf Wells ofthe lands of Atkinson and Clark known,so and administrator: ers who'W haTrieretofcre. been-appoin- :- f.: 1TaiPLEepL --, .;'::4d.imst,4t,,
deed, east by the lands of Israel Foot,and weaiy. the Atkinson,and,Uark. graut, } ,as: ly,late:of Alachuft % t rdlng to dDtleombiwi DS han not ; 28t ;.1- 1, '

: .the lands _Cyrus Perkins. ..Jllso section 16,I thousand acres thore or less,lying oontalniogeix and being in;! 'deed.!,to Uie''Hon J ; ,and ,11 Atctloueera who ha11 herEF' : If

township 9 a, range, 19,containing 636 24100&ern Townships 7 and.. 8 B., Ranges :17,:and; .18 B. .co.l! tyfora: final ; appojntedahaUhold.thenofDce. during In CircuitBourtEastern7CirciNAKCT
more or lea, and bounded at follows- or so much tbereofalwUI' 'th.SUto'aD&J, .V"-ece ?hjS Wfc'* of jU..: ears. from, the date of their ,
: '
north byjhelandeof the heirs of N.Welhcdecd. "" County Tax due 'discbarge fromtha & .7hat aIIAucU : l l
Bast I l thereon for the year.4.D.I 850 : neer, ii iG..ol :4qoiitit
)by the lands: tM E by the GOYernrr
Le'sy south bytb.e t togdtber with all necessary tatel A" p4 O. *:. ( during thereceuotOce )
;_ r Un4i* .* ,T1.f of Isaac--. Frost, west bv the land of the the,isIe&o. tbereot and bounded expenses, as attending follows 'take:notice, '#- : !i:: 'At;embl,.;&hall:,J10ld;;&b elr 'Coo-., =': / -*
I ]
uwwnn tile end or the session 01 the Oi e.' .. rrkftiP11**tsf* *,
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