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: June 7, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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.' As courteously treat the ugliest hags J ---T- 1: t/ t_'..'/ ". ,. Theentered Follow me said the 'Cadi to DouAbj :._

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I And hated-as tom-turkips hate red stockings, JACKSONVJLLZL'14A.. 0- SA.TURDAY. JUNE 7, 1851. WO._ 29. hither.'' :T" j
.The disguised Scheik obeyed delivered _
i As country doctors hate nocturnal knockings- ,..
'and the -
cripple hastened to the stable ,
, Which make them in the wintry midnights rise, ly employed with his ctop.: One is not' made, The" .modern Haronn-Al-RascMd. down he helped thecripplerd f as quickly as his distorted limbs allowed. He, .

'" And groan, and dress, and curse their precious eyes, before another. must be commenced: and indeed him ; a business which 'was nit< getup accomplished behind possessed quick eyes and, a good 'memory so

And ride ten miles or morcbccau5o their'neighbors not an. unfrequent thing is it, to find a lanter In the district of Ferdj' 'Onah, Algeria, without much difti oJty.'o that ho was able, without the slightest hesita.tion ,

i At such times always will commence their labors engaged with one;part of his force in l picking, (which signifies Fine Country,) lives a Scheik The strangeTy assorted rider attrncted. to place his hand on the right!: anjmal, ,
while with the other he is many
, With such a hatred did ho batothe. eight preparing to plant Bou-Akas-ben-Achour. He is also distinguished eyes as they passed throng the crowded "Tis well/said. the Cadi j 'returntotb1'j.. i
his of cotton. Whattime has S
he for the *
crop bunal.
which savored of ill-manner, by thesurnamo otBou-Djenoni, (the streets ; and length they reached the market ': '
I everything ill-brod mcn-that is, most men)-quite work of improvement .None, whatever; and Man of tho Knife,).and may: be regarded as a place. i ,His worship resumed his, place, Inuf..when ,. ..
r Thinking what has- been the consequent He has been type of the Eastern Arab. His ancestors con- 'Is this where wish to 1' asked BouYes. the cripple arrncdt judgment.was p t1OUDted.
; Unfit to herd with hogs in vats of tanners! all the while _extracting from while ho has quered Fcrdj' Onah; but he has been forced to Akas. you stop -- 'The horse is thine,' said the: Cadi t}.BouAkas '.

Among his other detestations, John been giving nothing to, his lands, and as a nat- acknowledge supremacy of France: ,by paying ) i ; 'Go to the stable,-and take1 him,' r

,, Had one; ural consequence, after a long and uninterrupt- a yearly tribute of 80,0oo francs. His do- 'Then get down.' i Then tothoehinauz; 'G1T Js"er'pple' filly 1
_ And this it was-he would much rather rob edj servjce, they .are. exhausted. But the evil minion extends from Milah to Kabouah, and I 'Get down Y9urs 1t.t, | blows! ,'I ; '" S ,

On the highway, and thought it less to blameThan stops not here. lie has not only not improvedhis from the Southern point of Babour to within I 'What for?' Ito was done, and Bdu-AJkas :went to take his'I

;; call "Air. What's-your-name," fields, but his home has been neglected.Ho .- two leagues GigellL Ho is forty-nine years 'To leave me the horse! horse. 'f, :;t-':?* ,,_
granger has had no time to build houses no time to i When the Caw att f concluding the usJneaS'ot $
; old, and WCArs the Bahyle costume; that: is to 'To leave you my horseVb.:1! mean / ,
1 Or "Mr. Thingamy, or "Thingumbob, plant orchards; no time to set out shade trees; say, a woollen gandouraconfined by a leathern bythat3' ., you the daywasretIrpg to housOJhe! found '

I Or, to halloo no time to build fences'; no time to do anything belt. He carries a pair of pistols tnhisglrdle, 'I mean that he" belongs to me. .Know, B Dou-'AlwnvaItIn him. .,

,; "Look here! you sir!" as vulgar poopl do* -- bat tu uKvltc 'vuiion. To this hoJias directed by his side the Hahyle Jlissa; and suspend not that we are. now in the town of 'the just you r.'Art thou discontented- with my award f ask .
! And whether i he was fn'earnest or in joke, all his1 attention; alibis time; all his energies; from his neck a small black knife.' Cadi, and that if we bring the case before him ed the judge.
all his means; and to this, he has sacrificed all Before ht 'No, quite the contrary' replied Sehe k.. .
him walks
It made no difference. Thompson never spoke a negro carrying his gun, 1 1and will certainly decide in my favor3' .
To man, unless ke knew his name his own comfort, the comfort of his family, and huge greyhound bounds along by his i "''Vy should he do so, 'When the animal belongs 'But I want to ask by what inspiration thou 0
ii any of ccurse the comfort of his I hast rendered for I doubt not that the
chanced to want some negroes. saw a side. He holds despotic ,sway over twelve to"lite?' justice .
t.. Now, Thompson one country lady bnying dried fruit from a Ten- tribes ; and should any neighboring people 'Don't yo*think thai when hesees us two- other two 'cases.weu. ,decided as equitablras

wine, ncsseee wagon.ct ," said I, "why don't venture to make an excursion into his territory you with you' trong strait limbs which Allah mine. I am not a merchant: ;.I am Bou-Akas,
.n And his desire you raise your own fruit V JIr.-' has not ,' -Ak:1s: seldom condescends to march has given you foxthe of,walking and Scheik of Fcruj' Onah, and I wanted to judge

. Was also, to enjoy the bar-room fire, had: any. time to plant! any trees yet. We have I against them in person, but sends his negro I with my weak legand purpose distorted fect-he, will for myself of thy reputed wisdom.'

And the last newspaper at the "Red Swine," lived here ten years, ani there is not a fruit into the principal village. This envoy just decree that the horsfeBhouid belong to him who The Cadi bowed ft the ground, and kissed

; A sign tree on the premises" I stoppad once at the displays the gun of Bou-Akas and the injury has most need: of him\ his masters hand. _

Which hung before house of a friend who worked some 25 or 30 is instantly repaired. 'Should he do so, he \oukl not be the just 'I am anxious,' said Bon-Akas, 'to know tho
hands, a. gentleman of education and refine- Cadi reasons which' determined three deci S
. door- lIe keeps in pay two or three hundred Tol- said Bou-Akas. your. '
A famous tavern ment, with a nice and accomplished wife, and ban to read the Koran to the people ; every 'Oh, as. to that,"; replied ',B,,e cripple laughing sions.' 1
! (This was before the Washington Society when bed time came, they put.me to sleep in a. pilgrim going to Mecca, and passing through i i'crdj' 'although he isjust, he isxot infallible., 'Nothing,my lord, can bemoro simple. four .

1 Ticked up the dirty filthy drunken dogs room that was half filled with cotton, and with Onab, receives three francs, and may remain /'So !I' thought the Seheik .tt.,himself, 'this highness saw that I detained or a nigh the
Who, rowing in the gutter lay, like hog, out a fire place. "Mr--;-:....;.had not had timeto as long as he pleases to enjoy the hospi- will be a capital opportunity judging tho three things in dispute 7'

And sent them forth to teach tho folks sobriety)- build a gin house large'enough to hold his tality of Bon Akas. But whenever the Scheik judge.' He said aloud, 'I am contt.Qt-we will 'I did.' '

'S- Well-in he went cotton." One of my neighbors who owns a discovers that he has been deceived by a pre- go before the Cadi.' x 'Well, early in the morning I caused the wo-

: With the intent large plantation, plants cotton up to the very tended pilgrim, he immediately despatches Arrived at the tribunal, where the idge,according man: to be called, and I said to her suddenlyPut -
doors of his log cabin. He can't the fresh ink in inkstand.! Like a
the my per
Of I said and to the lass spare emissaries after. the imposter.; who, whereverhe to eastern custom, -was publicly '
doing, as ,
r. land for rose bushes and shade trees. lie has is, find him, thraw him down, and give him administering'justice, they found that two trials son who.had: done the same thing a hundred f
Who waited' on the folk, he said., "My dear come absolutely to think that a cotton patch is fifty blows on the spies of his feet. were about to go on, and. would, of course, times before, she took the'bottle, removed the.
, Bring hero the prettiest of all flower gardens. Another Bou-Akas sometimes entertains three hun take precedence of theirs. cotton, washed them both, put in the cotton
l A of nine, buys all his corn sometimes as high dollar again/ and poured in' fresh ink, doing it all
Iire-tbe paper-and a glass. as one dred persons at dinner; but instead of sharing The first was. between Mdlel learned man, '
t lIe said-'twas done-but as he placed his toes a bushel, and all his meat, some times as their repast, he walks round the table with a and a peasant. The point in dispute was the with the utmost neatness and dexteritjh b'o I ...

, Under the table to begin-a smell high as ten dollars a hundred. Another never baton in his hand, seeing that the servants attend tale?': wife, whom tho peasant had, carried off, said to myself-A peasant's wife would know

that which Dante speaks of in his "Hell provides his family with wheat flour,.because properly to his guests. Afterwards, if i and whom he asserted to be his own better nothing about inkstands-she must belong to
Ii ILike '
his he can't spare the land to sow the wheat, and anything is left, he eats ; but not until the oth- halt, in the face of the philosopher, who demanded the taZeb.. ,
I" Assailed nose. is too it. Another 1 'Good said Bou-Akas nodding his head.-
, stingy buy never permits !crs have finished. her restoration. ,
i And turning round to find ftjm whence it came, a roasting car to be pulled on his piece, because When the governor of Constantiniple, the The woman,strange circumstance remained. 'And the money?' I

I, lIe saw a cLap standing before the flame he only plontajust enough to make corn for his only man whose power he recognises, sends obstinately silent, and would not 'declare for i 'Did your ighness remark that the merchant,

4 Of the bar-rU"e-ai ing it altogether, mules and bread for his flmily.nother only him a traveller, according to the ran'k of the either; a feature in the case which renderedits i had his clothes and hands: covered with oil 7'

1 Whole! face was like a picture of bad weather; has garden enough to plant collard" becausehe latter, or tho nature of the recommendation, decision excessively difficult. The judge 'Certainly, I did. '

A brawny, boney, ugly looking clown, wants all ol his land to put in cotton. Another Bou-Akas gives him his gun, his dog, or his heard both sides attentively, and then said, I 'Well fihed: I took the money, and placed it .in a

Able, with ease, to knock jackass. down, keeps no servant about the house but the knife. If the gun, the traveller takes it on his 'Leave the woman here, and return to mor vessel with water. This morning look I
" I. ed at it and. not a particle oil was: to be Seen _
cook. and a little girl not much too large to be shoulder; if the dog he leads in a leash or row. ,
i And cat him afterwards, without a caret out of the nurse's arms herself, as a nurse for if the knife, ho hangs: it round his neck: ;and The savant and the labourer each: bowed and on the.surface of the water. So, I said to my .

For Loot or hide or hair. his child, because he can't srcrc any others with any ono of these potent talismans, of retired, and the next cause was called. self-If this money belonged to the oil merchant -

t The smell increased-John saw at once the cause: out of his cotton patch. which each bears its own degree of honor, the This was a difference between a butcher and it would' be greasy, from the touch of

.' Yet, how to help it-could he sot to work- I might go onJnultiplyjnz similar-easts:: till stranger. parses -ummgu-... vogi/m nf the an oil-seller. The 'latter appeared covered his hand; as it,is not so, the' butcher's story'

j litJtd not knOw thefdloiff's name; I filled your April number, but these will be twelve tribes, not only unscathed, but, as the with oil, and the former was sprinkled with must be true.
I And to him elf he said-"' sufficient to illustrate the truth that the first guest of Bou-Akas, treated with the utmost hos blood. Bou-Akas nodded in token of approvaL
would be a shame
step in improvement, not only in our fields, pitality. When the traveller is about to leave The butcher spoke first : 'Good,' said he. 'And my horse J' .
; If I should note break thro'good breeding's laws- but in rural and domestic economy generally, Fcrdj' Onab, he consigns the knife, the dog, or, 'I went to buy some oil from this man and 'Ah! that was a different business; and I.tue

Yes yes-I should be worse than any Turk. must be the restraining of this cotton-monopo the gun to the..care of the first Arab he meets in order to pay him for it, I drew a handtuloroncl til this morning wa greatly puzzled.'

But every moment it grew strong and stronger, ly-spirit among our planters. Ws' must bringour If the Arab is hunting, he leaves tho chase; if from my. purse. The sight of the money 'The cripple,J suppose, did not recognise the ,

S Till human patience could hold out no longer; planters to cultivate:twor'acrcs of cottcn, labouring in the field, he leaves his plough ; tempted him. Ho seized me tythejstlst.I : S animal .... f -/
t And lh n-in utter desperation, and more in grain, thtrtrthey have been accus- and taking the precious deposit, hastens to restore -, cried utDut Tie would not let me go; and -OI1'the't.' ntr Tie pointed him out--Immediately *: ..

" Up to the horrid looking apparition tomcd to do. I know of some men who put in it to Bou-Akas. I here we are,having come before your worship, :
' 'How then did discover tnat he not
. He fifteen and scventeen acres of cotton to the The black-handled: knife is so well known, I holding my money in my hand, and he still you was ,
fame hand What sort of improvement can we hope that it has given the surname of"Bou-Djcnoni, I grasping my wrist. Now, I swear b* the pro- the owner V
': And, with a t cry splendid bow, said he, for, so lcng j cs this is the case? It is in vain, the man of the Liife," to its owner. With this phet. that this man is a liar, when h;says thatI 'My object in bridging separately to tho
"I hope you will excuse the liberty then, that you give men rules of enlightened implement he is accustomed to cut off heads, stole his money, for the money is truly mine stable,was not to see whether you would knoW'tbe ..
horse but whether the horse would ac*
r'r'I take-and favor me, sir, with your name. agriculture,or poiut them to the true interestsof whenever he takes a fancy to performthat own.' ,
knowledge Now-when approached:
j "My name! And what is that to you, old coot!f' the planting community, until you can effect agreeable office with his own hand. ,Then spoke the oil-merchant: I him, the creature you. turned towards you you, laid

i The curly brute a revolution in this particular. Well, if When first Bou-Akas assumed the govern- 'This man came to purchase oilfrom me.-. back his ears,'and neighed with delight; but

'I In a loud voice, rough as a bear, replies. it be a. demonstrable proposition, that we can ment, the country was infested with robbers, When his bottle was filled, he sail, 'Have you when the,cripple touched him, ,he kicked.
: "My name! It's nonc-ycr-busincss, b-tycrcycr""Nevertheless plant fewer acres, and at the same time makeas but he scon found means to extirpate them.- change for a piece of gold V I (earchcd my Then I knew that you were truly his master'

,'' said John, "pray let me knowI many bales of cotton, it strikes me that we He disguised himself asapoor merchant;walk- pocket, and drew out my hand ful of money'which DouAkasthought for a m ment, and then
can: bring men, at least, to use your own ideato ed out, and dropped a douro (a gold coin) on I laid on a bench in my shq. He seized said: '
: did not mean, indeed, to move you so. and think. Even if should fail in the care not to lose sight of it.If off wi'h
'stop wo ground, taking it, and. was walking my fItnel and. my 'Allah has given thee great wisdom. Thou '
_ "Will, if you must know, curse you, it is Jones, this proposition, we think it can be shown the person who happened to pick up the oil, when I caugh: ; him by the wret, and cried oaghtest to be in my place, and I in thine..

I And now-if you don't move, I'll break your that the planter grows richer more certainlywho douro, put ic into his pocket: and. passed on* out'Robber.' 1.1 spite ofmycnies however,he And yetI know ot ; thou art certainly .worthy
bones!" cultivates a small crop of cotten, improves Bou-Akas made a sign to his cldnsux. who followed would not surrender the money/so I broughthim to be Scheik, but I fear that I :should but

"I will-I will," said John-"but, sir'Excuse his land saves his negroes, and makes all his I him, also in disguise, and knew the here, that your worship might decide the badly fill thy place as Cadi 1't .. _
me if I do not stir*'- own provisions,than ho who plants every thing. Scheik's will, and. who rushed forward immediately case. Now, 1 swear by the prophet that this
in cotton, cultivates it poorly, wears out his and decapitated the offender.In I man is a liar, when he says that I want to steal '
And here, he raised his voice' three octaves higher, soil, breaks down his negroes and mules and consequence of this summary way 'of administering : his money, font is truly mine owl.! Klsslns Done:by Rule. ,

And in his loudest tones has to buy his corn and meat. bereave both justice, it is a saying among thcr The Cadi caused each plaintiffto repeat: his "Home young lady, whom practicehaa] doubtless _

"'Till I shall have informed you, Mr. Jones," these propositions can be demonstrated,and in Arabs, that a child might traverse the regions : story, but neither varied one jot from his original made perfect, lays down following rule for kissm -

Said he, "that all your coat-tail is on fire !" my next communication, I shall devote myselfto which own Bou-Akas's sway,.wearing a golden ,: statement. He reflected for a moment, : 'There L: is as much diffcrance. in 'kisses as- in individuals '

that work. At present, I must close, for crown on his head,without:: single hand being and tlcn said, 'Leave the money with me, and and I am sure that I should not like to be
fear of wearying your readers with two many i stretched out to take it. return to-morrow.' kissed by every one. No indeed, for some;would

8/KtculturaI.. words. :',ACX1ACK. The Scheik has great respect for women' ,and Tho butcher placed the coins,wlich he never give an overwhelming smack would almost.deafenone. ..
: --- has ordered that when tho women or Ferdj' let go, on the edge of the,Cadi's nnntle. After ,Now kissing can be reduced to rules, one or '
The One Idea. Onah go out to draw water, every man who which he and his opponent bowed. to the tribunal I two which I will give. The head should always '
his head. be turned slightly! to the right as such motion _
meets them shall turn '
*nttUuttOUtJ.Small departed.
From the Soil of the South. gives graco, and. prevents the concussion of the olfactory .
, IN TUE BACKWOODS, March, 1851. Wishing one) day to ascertain whether his It was now the turn of Dou. kas. and the organs. The lips should then ,be, pressed,
attended. to he went out in
Sweet Courtesies of Llff. commands were cripple. closely and sweetly together, as you sip the nectar -
Messrs. Editor.-In my first communicationI disguise; and, meeting a beautiful Arab maidon '. 1 hither kiss but smack should be heard.. I
Extract letter from the late Wm. Wirt to hit 'My lord Cadi, said the fomer, come of the long no
of a
promised you an occasional dissection of.the [ daughter.} her.:way to the well, approached. and saluted from a distant countlY "lth the intention speak particularly'on this subject, ,because I consider -
follies of the craft, in which I have the honorof At the ,I kissing part of our nature, and because few
being a working member. then ;attempted I want to tell you a secret! Tho way to make her.The girl looked at him with amazement. and purchasing merchandise.firs'asked. for city alms gate and" people appear ,to ,understand the value of a kiss,
to the and yourselfplca.sing to others is to show that you care met this cripple, who and the manner in which such salutation' with. the
expose inconsistency nbsurdityofaU for them. The whole world is like tho miller at said, then prayed me to allo '.him to rIde behind' should be rendered. '
the" noise which is made about "book farm- Mansfield; "who cared for nobody-no, not he-bo- 'Pass on, stranger; thou knowcst not the risk me through the street-;lest ho should be trod- lips- Young gentlemen should- post the above' in the
ing. shall now say a few things about another cause nobody cared for him." And .the whole thou hast run.' den down in the crowd. I consented,'but when crown of their hats, so'that when they visit their
evil, not less common, and far more dan- world will serve you BO, if you give them the same And when Bou-Akas, persisted in speaking we reached the market place, he refused to get 'Anna Marias, they may go. through the motion by
gcaous, than the outcry against improved ag cause. Let every ono, therefore, see that you do to her,she added : down asserting that my horse belonged to him, theImproTedrule.: ..
riculture. I mean the one idea system of plan- care for them by showing them what Sterne happily 'Foolish man, and reckless of your life ; that would surely' adjudgeit
and. Y011J.worship
ting, or, in other words, tho exclusive. cultureof calls "the email, sweet courtesies is of life, knowest thou not that we are in the country to him v&o wanted it most. That, my Lord GOOD JOKE o1 A'WIDOWKB.-A 'correspondent ..
there ,
cotton. those is courtesies too still in to which taste and which no paradewhosevoice manifest themselves of Bou Djenoni, who causes all. women to be Cadi imprecisely the state,of the case. -I swear at Holly Springs, ,Mis&, tells the following and
The bas been at for its truth. It is the best joke we have
cotton the vouches
crop once, greatest by tender and affectionate looks and little held in respect it bv Mahomet.' ,
glory and the greatest: curse of Southern ;Bou-Akas is strict in his ,religious observances heard lately. It appears? that a widower that
kind acts of attention, giving others the preferencein very 'My Lord,' said tho cripple, 'as I was comingon had been accustomed
somewhat gallantdispoaitiou
agriculture. It has secured ,to the states pro- every little enjoyment at the table, in the field, : ; he never,omits his prayers and ablutions business to the. market, and riding this town, to visU the widow M- ** whether to pe* S
ducing it,a prominence in the commercial relations walking, sitting, standing. This is the spirit that and, has'four wives, the number per.mlttea'Dy' horse, which belongs' to me, I saw' this man the amiable widow Jiersolf;or her lively dangateis.
of the world, unrivaled by any uttu-r gives U jour tumrvf lUto MM! toyxmr OAT Ifs sw.ctw. the Koran. ,Having heard that the seated by the road-side, apparently half dead our InlDrnumtdlcirnot know. One e'venlngbefoun4
products agriculture. It clothes the world, est charms. It constitutes the cum total of all the Cadi of one of his twelve tribes administered. from fatigue. .1 good-naturedly offered to take the family party hard at work unon some garments ?
ofwomen.Let the World that .
and furnishes employment to more labor than witchcraft see your in an admirable manner and The were sewing and the widow _
first care is fdr yourself and you will spread.the justice ; pronounced him up on the crupper, and let. him ride as, far of cloth. girls .'
any ether subject of industry. It has been the in decisions in.stIle worthy of King Solomon and he thankedme. was pressing the seams. The widower hung up his
solitude of the Upas tree aronnd.you same as the market-place eagerly ,
.'and all second Haroun- hat as usual, and took his seat by the fire;:just aft _
BOurce' of unnumbered .fortunes at himself Bou-Akas like a
the which kills all the astonishment when onouz'.arnival
way, by cnmnationofpoison! Butwhat5vasmy: ,. the moment it happened that_the widow.had dono.
times since its'culture ,has come ,into general juices affection in its neighborhood. Such a girl Al-Rasohid, determined judge for himself as he-refused to get down, and said'tnat with the pressing iron (vtugo or tailor's goose,]aha
use has furnished the means of a safe, and gen.eraty may be admired for her understanding and accomplishments to the truth of the report. % :.. 0 my horse w*his. I Immediately required set it down ono the, hearth,'and called to her negro _
profitable investment So much for the but she will never be beloved." Accordingly, dressed like a private individual him to beforo your worship, in' order man ,in a ''loud toicct'Js.kil.JAkO. : come and
bright aspect of the question; but,we have said The seeds of love can never grow but under tho without arms or attendants, he set out torthe .that appear might decide between. That lathe take out this goose r 5" 5 :: _

that it has been a curse to southern agricul- warm and genial influence' of kind feelings and affectionate Cadi's town, :mounted. on a docile"Arabian- truq you state oflho ase-I swear it by Mahometl' The widower started up,In Iatoniiment'not'' .;. _
tare and it is such that I noW.to manners. knowing what to make ofthls abrupt order w. "
as propose steed. made each repeat his deposition and
a-great in rioDS. .It'calls Having ..!IJake..do hear?",again' ,exclaimed the jjt"I -,' _
view it.The Vivacity goes way young p Be arrived thered was just entering the Cadi said you
reflected a theK : o" .
fors ,
attention to her that displays itj; and if then having dow. .. :
cotton plant, by reason of the. large be found associated with a generous sensibility. ,On' gate,when'a cripple seizing the border of his 'Leave the horse nere,and return to-morrow,,'' .' beg your pardon, Mrs.' Wsaidthe1d er: > S _
amount otsh&de' which it affords ,to land) and the contrary, liSt is found in alliance with a:cold burnous,asked him.for! alms in the'namc of the It 'was done, and Dou-AkaiandthbcnIpplo with visible agitation j, "but. pray don't.' att'Jake;

the quantity of ;vegetable matter which its haughty, selfish heart, it produces no.farther effect prophet. Bou-Akas gate: him money, but the. : withdrew ,In different'directions.; On' the if you wish me to leave your .house,. .I..wiUgo. at-.; _
stalks, leaves, bolls and seed return to the soil, except an adverse one. Attend to this, my daugh cripple still maintained his hold. ". ,morrO,,/a number persons,besides those immediately onee'withOut the intci1crenee or'dT nf&" ,.. :.
impoverishes our fields less than any'other of ter. It flows from a heart that feels for you all the \Yhd'dost them'want?' asked tho Scheik'I .interested in;the trials, assembled : The-ladies'roared with, laughter! ;and it took tome:., C

the crops of oommen ,culture among us, and it anxiety a parent can feel, 'and not without a hope have already given; thee alms.;.. 'to hear the judge's decision. .moments'to explain. to the jnagrined widower,his,.. .
is this. feature alone which has protected our which constitutes a parent's ,highest .happiness.:. 'Yes. replied the beggar, 'but the law.says. mistake. He has not been known to visit the.widow. ; -":
called first.
) and bless !" __ I Th .talcbaud thepeasant'were M.afreet.that mealoruhle $ighL> ; ". .
IfGod protect you alms to brother '
soils from the barrenness long before they did nctpuly-Thouahalt give thy PS
'Your affectionate. father; faiL! lf cotton culture had exhausted our lauds > WM. WIRT, ". but also-' .Thou shalt do,for thy brother;:what 'fonrerand keep her:. I adtiae, ,thee, in. good Elegance in Dress is cheap'and simple. .What it :

u rapidly u tho grain crops, with the mode of ,. goeverthoti canst2 '- order. costs a man for tobacco,who toee it lufficientt;; '_
planting which has been pursued throughoutthe .0 '. ", 'Well!,and what can ldoortheQ1' .. Then tur iing''tow rd8"n his'ehinaiui' ;-he .ddepointing' added to the present cost of his :clothing, to;dress,
southern states they would long:since, have .orator..holdlng'torth in favor ofwomen; 'Thou cast sate me-:-poor crawling creature him with elegance A fewmore' shillings a yard
presented the melancholy, aspect of, an..utterly concluded thus-*tOh,toy hearers. ,depend upon that I am-from being trodden under' the feetotmenhorsesamules to tho.pcazant'OI.v&tiis'maU. ., 'fifty. for cloth; the work tftarteful taffo ft decent regard -" _
advantages it, nothing beats,.a good "Itc." -1.: .beg yourpardon and camels which-would blows.' to the prevailing mode's.nd a certain likenessand.simplicity : _
worn out Bat even 'with tho .alido'th. : *-'
country. He was.instantly'obeyed ,takbcar: Is aft!, Elegance is :never gaudy,-
which ccced- ? wplied one,of tho female auditors. : "a certainly.happen to me passing through tileowdMiarOi'JflhiCha'caIr : ; : "
sitnre.affordcdwe'hvos '' ; ried off his wife. 'never outre, never out-of fiufcion; ,nor !nthou..1 _
ed in destroying..our toils; and for.the reason drunken.husoandlpes. fr, now;going. Then forward tho ,oil-merchant- and" trcme fashion.: It allow of a few"! ornament-. 4.:
that ofsllcrop.thIa is the most engrossing of : .'Jo-'L.'..' ., . -' QJl. !' .. .. 'tnelmtcher. ; ; and no studied display:'-The difference of a single .
the planter's attention, ,no must commence in. ';A negro preachcrireeiTingt judgment' ,'And c low' Jts vQ.UieQ i..i : 'Here' sala tho Cadi;-'?to-the: ,'butcbcla r.fe 't thy1tiey'it1etrulythIne & dollar In an article or dress; may make the whelp, '
: ,
1 tbeeaniIp'ttthgme.d between-elegance and vulgarity. ttn--.f' ;
J'Mul'1.theyort of the dayinhlasermonsa1cI'Brethrc and sisters '] ylctting mo'Yiqebeblnd *"'* '
preparation/ spring
niuotiis l.: **
: the effect *
he- plant all summer.h.: eulUTa and 'all in* that diiy tha Lord iba11'dIwMqthe'sTicc. iri'aafcIy In the'mLfk place wh"eie I : giG tawdryOrn&tent. may spoil of.Qe '
es .. '
; .. '1:' : th ; Lnt' dt taflor'a The ecccnfcifif-
: business.1" 't '.r ..1 :'" -!- ::1V t. L The 'r in' tng' ciIiI&4imaitr o l n Best wormanship. slightest ;'
Winter,ho gathers :F Christmas to Christmas !-)1ieJpLtJ": ;;anbrsd4c know, have '

,.again, {3 be,oonstantlyj actively,laboriqas-.-'whlchfl'ar: ( r.'t ; ,; :.; iJ'-, !; '; [ ,, ..WH. ,60'Tcpliod. ..': ;]nok.. !. .*.And'stooping .. rye-this,mm fift7bIoWs,' > : :' 1i.. ,ty. of.cut bctra'stho, '. .-inborn- rowdy-!' ;: -N ", ,. ';. :{,;;'f

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-, -- .. ... .H' extracts from the New York Tr&u'w, From tktFlondian. :
,. below some
'* Slave Law. That bin (or a .t..o
the,Fugitive ,
Fromthe'Rfpullic.Tbelndlan : iflilL.JIL,
a er'. :
whkh how Mr.W ebs
THE shows
: NE'WS.JACKSONVILLE the U. S. Senate of the 27th SarA
Tribe* .. tke Texas Fwntlrr. similar one) was introduced report has reached hers that tat
t apologies are received by that influential journal :.. ,
Among the .i ;patches recently received at by ,Senator Butler, Chairman of the Judiciary the murderers alluded tofu the 'ccrrespoM-u.
thlnn same,
two apparently
I, the Department of the Interior' is the memorandum Committee, a year; before any Compromise was but"Now really, there distinct are; one Js the extension of slave last week published, have bfahaDe; !

J of a, conversation between Wildcat, or thought ofr -and should have been passed into a territory, the other the aggrandisement slave to theproper'authorities_ tw .* i

I Coacooche: and Colonels Cooper and Temple, at law, if no Territorial question had ever come before power. Mr. Webster seems to shield himself be- kuhn Ti1u11. : .*,

\ Eagle Pass,Texas, on the 27th March 1831.) It was bought and paid for four times hind the assertion that he has opposed the former, "It Id thee Indians deat blk.

Uoacooche, it appears, spoke first, and expressed Congress.the compromise of the Constitution, and from the charge that he has consented to the lat the muer and'say that sans Joots,faj .l!
Colonel over by
great joy at meeting Cooper, are innocent
.1 bis old friend. He said it made him feel like he 'should never have been permitted to be again ter."We say that he has consented to the latter. awar knows who the ,real murderers, 'ndJLu' "

:I was'fc&<..&..in. Florida, sarroanded by his warn FLA. drawn into the arena of conflict, to be again the The proof is in his Seventh and of drift March alone speech Inthat, and the prisoners, are obnoxious to artAttbUi;
in its
not general spirit .
or and his frumd General Worth, Colonel subject of compromise. For that clause in the speech he quoted the clause from the resolution admitting them out of the way, he has band*, :

l Cooper, and Major bprvn and that Colonel Saturday, June 7, 1851.: Constitution the South gave up territory which Texas, which says that "new States,of convenient to the whites, in order that they tQ C
: and himself bad
Cooper, reason tuL..a1c the me not esceedingour In number, In ad. anted that if fair mt
embraces in its area five powerful Free Statesin : ft opportunity ,
Great now
for them in health
; Spirit sparing when dition to the said State of Texas, easy hereafter be '
could into
them the
:; so many of their brothers had fallen around AGENTS FOE TIE NEWS. the North West; she gave to Congress the con- formed out or the territory thereot." And havin ; out the;they real go nation so j pj' Jj

S them. A great load: had pressed him down, Maj.JOHN' BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla. trol of the commerce of the country, which power quoted this and what'(follows to the effect that ail I "The murder.l.the, ;

and he had been troubled in spirit; but since! J. G. RKARDOR Esq. Ocala Fla. baa always been exercised for the exclusive benefit such States South of 36 deg. 30 miiL, are to be story, and has by Indiantvis Ji' I
he had seen his friend it had been removed, the North and to the detriment of the South slave States, he went on to' argue that this involved plausible many belenn t 1
; and he fel happy once more. He then remark T. P. KEBHEDT, Esq., Tampa! Flo. of an absolute obligation on the part Congress to known that there are fewpcnamong .

I ed that the Americans'wtre his friends and I Gen. 8. RCISELL, Newnansville, Fla. she conceded immense advantages, in the special. create these additional Slave States with their rep. the.Indians who are objectionabl t,121 I
protection given to the navigating and fishing interests resentatives in the Senate to increase the Slave and that the Chiefs do not hesiuti '
that the Mexicans also were his friends, and I B. FRISBT Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fla. he "that Cher" t
is new
South Power. "The says
t ofthe North. And for an these, the guaranty of such persons the first
that he wished to lire in peace with both, and GEO. Con a :Esq. St. Augustine, Fla. States shall be made; and the whole speech, as opportasft,
remain the friend of both; that he had made received the nominal consideration of the clause far as it related to that subject, went to establish which ofen With the Seminoles, the It L ,

peacewith his great fater, the President; that Judge A. ?TEEI.E, Cedar Keys,Fla. for the rendition of fugitive slaves, which for the such an absolute obligation to strengthen the life lfr, it matters not whether

they had smoked the pipe of peace, and the : last ten years has been a dead letter. Slave Power in this Government There was no person exete i the one who commite4"

white smoke bad gone up to the Great Spirit We therefore contend that the Fugitive Slave statement of the plain meaning of the resolution, murder .
as a witness of theii sincerity that they had OUR PAPER. to wit, that if Congress and Texas both shall consent "CoL Blake has been appointed Indian
buried the hatchet In the earth and no one The !substantial& evidences of the approbation of) Law is no part of the Compromise, and is no palia- such States may be formed, and that the consent in the place of Capt Casey." ttM
tion of the committed by the Congress of Congress is just as optional, just as free,
and their outrage
was to dig it up; that they had raked up the oar friends in vinous parts of the State just as dependent on judgment of the majority p. S.-We have seen a communication fa

I war-path, and swept it clean, so that both mighttravel successful exertions in extending our subscription 1850. at the time, as is its decision on any other measure.. Capt. Casey to GOT. Brown, which tktt*'
I it together in as brothers that his list mail is grateful to us: First, there is the bill to abolish the slave trade the ltte
peace ; : brought bj every very So far even was Mr. from stating or savages surrendered are already
I great father had given him land in Arkansas asa : and merits our beet exertions in the cause which we in the District Columbia, which not only claims, plymg this, that he argued against the proposal hat sentence of death: having been tried and h.*: V

homo and a burying-ground for him and his advocate. We have received a supply of new and but exercises the power abolishing slavery In that ) r. Bell to re-enact that part of the resolution with guilty by a council of Indians. It was tot!
lJ people, on which they might hunt and raise slaves that sold greater distinctness,by providing for the immediate ed that when
) of which we introduce this District, by declaring free are they were turned over
type a part .
superior establishment of such States alto taifc.
on or
f corn and lire in with their more as
peace brothers- therein, and is tho entering wedge for the abolition State authorities they would be ;
the whites. week. We shall continue to improve, and after a gether supererogatory and only weakening the original immedUtth ;
( of within the States. resolution. It is plain, then, that while keeping They will, however, nuderg tttL':
But he said the Creek Indians had while, we shall enlarge our sheet At present, although I. slavery by excatel ?
: come upon within the letter of his former declarations before the Judge of the Soutker
Then have the bills for the admission of California ,
his land dimensions it contains nearlvas we
and tried smaller
I to involve him in difficulties : against Slavery Extension Mr. Webster in Circuit. Their names are Pohosce ngerljj '
I had stolen from him his negroes; and, to avoid] much reading matter as the largest of our cd\'mpo. as a State with her Constitution prohibiting memorable speech lent himself his reputation thaI aged 18son of PohoserjJ, .; istachok.seebob

war, be had left that place and started to search raries. Our Job Printing Establisha*dt is now slavery, for the purchase of a large portion Texas I influence, his weight as a Senator and jurist, to Kitso Hajo, aged 19. -,

for a new home in Texas; that he twice tried I complete, and we apprizeour friend'that we are to be made a Free State of (and for which the the increase of the Slave Power in the Republic. TIe
I to go to San Antonio to see hi' oldest friend. Will anybody call us hypocrite and falsifier for:
of Job Printing two-thirds of the ,) and L By this
South mail
General Brooke but he forced back prepared execute every descrip' OQ pays purchase money saying this? Perhaps but the person would do morings we received 0
was by fr
troops each time; that he wondered on in search our I in superior style. the bills organizing Territorial Governments in: well to wipe out the record and obliterate the facts: lowing relating: thbsa\
from friend in
of a home, until he rerctcd Mexico, where he Eutah and New Mexico, with a positive refusal to beforehand. a Tampa. I

had remained until this time. He said he was THE iiattLS. abolish the Mexican law against slavery-which is I "First, let us say that Mr. Webster was not always TAJtra, FA, May, 20, 18,11.

not settled in Mexico, that he had no home, but We hear numerous complaints of the irregularity as effectual in prohibiting the introduction of slavesas p of this opinion, and does not pretend that ho Mr. Editor:-To-day, Capt. J. C
was. Before the election of 1848, and during that Ca
aget.r United States for the b
lived in a tent, and was only staying therewith of The News in rea/&ing, subscribers. We feel the Wilmot Proviso itself would have been.-
he decided and
canvass, was a uncompromising delivered to Justice Turman, (the highest
a part of his people to hunt until he could I bound to state that o fault is not with us.; our: When these measures were before Congress, it was I advocate of the Wilmot Proviso ; in the debate on thority here,) three indians, ( old man Viva q

get a home where he could spend Ids days in papers are regulaXy put up by oureelf, and : contended by the Southern Compromisers that the, the admission Oregon he sustained the Proviso young ones,) a the a of the boy aD b
peace. He said he had seen enough of war mailedt for that Territory, though it is mountainous and whodis muerer
; reach their destination Territories left the South and that appeared frm of J
and to i
: that ho wished if they do r"> were open neighborhoo _
to spend his old age in peace grows no sugar-cane, nor rice, nor cotton, and Summer's in County
with the whites,and in taking care of his chil. is with the Fipnorincs, and we trust our subscriberswill they would, in all probability, become Slave States. though the South earnestly contended for the rightto ago; and the have been commit to the mutfa Coutv

dren and people. He said he wished to see his lay the Jlame in the proper quarter. Nearly a year has elapsed since their passage, and I take slaves there. But afterward, he obtainednew Jail as murerer -

1 i old_friends! on this side pf the river that heil who has heard of a solitary slave being carried into light, laid down the thunder-bolt to which in About two ago, General Bak
I hat wished to the Springfield speech ho had asserted his right of Capt Casey Indian Agent rJt
to San Antonio to see' a
k go the gen J THE MAGNOLIA.We either of them, although it was a common occurrence property and even paternity, and declared that derers were subsequently surrendered \ 1
1. eral in command but the by the
I, nied him liberty had been de. are indebted to Cap McNelty, ofthe steamer previously. On the contrary, no one now he would interpose no legal restriction on the hold. Chiefs. h
;; f t- to ; that he wished a home in Texas, Magnolia for files of the latest Savannah thinks taking his slaves there ; not even Senator ing of slaves in New Mexico or Utah. ,He would These chiefs desired that the criminals might i
and that when he papers,
f found it, all his people in Ar. advise slaveholders that, as far as ho was informed, executed by themselves, at Fort .
kansaaould"" follow Lim. He said that the In. from which we make some extracts. Foote ever chirps of their being settled by slave- it would not pay to work their chattels in those sequence of the positive orders of Myers the Secretary; but m j I

'I I y, dian agent of the Creeks had taken the part of By reference to an advertisement in to-days paper holders. The result of a suit involving slavery before countries ; but, if they should think otherwise, War, the agent found himself bound tie of '

that tribe against him, and had treated him it will be perceived that this favorite and fast tho Judiciary tribunals of the Territories, they might try it without hindrance. To bo sure over to the civil authority of the State.t t

j. t badly; that he could not return to his home, or going steamer takes her place soon in the Mail Line would now be easily predicted, for most of the there already existed in New to Mexico an which institution The anxiety of the Ia exeut the t it
h hold communication with (peonage) nearly equivalent slavery, was selves, throws a mind
his .
any ,
I I' people on account to Savannah, leaving our town for that city every Judges are Freesoilers, and the few Southern men supposed to benefit the class of masters; but the whether the surrendered my ,
of the Camanches are .
4 the United States on one hand and and Friday morning. We hail this arrangement as a appointei on the Bench were well known to the very slight variation between that and African bon derers; but pie can remain thetav

troops on the other; that of earlier and Administration to entertain the opinion that the dage was, he thought, sufficient to destroy all that the murder was committed, and by indiau.-
harbinger mails \
:: !, theCreeks in the mean time had stolen all his more regular here. chance profitably introducing the latter. Such The surrender of these ,
i l J negroes and other property which he left be- after. Mexican hw was still in force. V was, in substance, the argument. circumstance, indicating offender policy not a imp

I hind him. Indeed, so utterly bare of all extenuation have "And now Mr. Webster triumphantly appeals to Indiansbutalsoofthe UnitedStatesinrspeet .: a

I The chief was answered by Colonel Cooper, ACQUIESCENCE. they been stripped by the experience of one short the fact that there are to-day no slaves in New. such. l d

who told him, among other things, that it was The doctrine acquiescence in the measures of year that no Southern Compromiser pretends to sation.Mexico and But but few in Utah. justify his tergiver The sondemned strongly ironed, and for tit 'I' 1
we venture to that his self-
believed suggest present in safe
by many persons that he was restless the misnamed "Adjustment" so vehemently urged discuss them but all driven keeping. They ought undonbtafir ,
and could not upon their merits, are gratulation is not well founded. It is not any nn- to be returned and execrated

r, of time in one remain and contented that for any length by the Submissionists of the present day, is the I into miserable evasions and subterfuges, and to enacted law of.God or Nature, not the geographynor under his direction at Indi .Agnt as a bbi u
4 place was thought to be weather there prevalent, which have kept to the residue Indian assassins
the real cause: of his most extraordinary and heretical doctrine ever save themselves from merited ignominy and dis rIng in the
f S j leaving hb home; and he slaves out, but the fact that the North stands all State. V I
wished to know truly whether what he (Coa promnlgcd in North America, since its first coloni grace. Ao- XMkmutVUEnB, BOO Snout Ion tile ready put tb. urine grace ot the Proviso upon the ,

cooche) had stated was the only cause of his zation. Indeed, nothing at all comparable with it Glorious Union !t" those Territories should there be any movementto n Ocala Argns of the 3lsc nit, w (

leaving; to which: he answered, firmly and decidedly has been advanced, eltnelr in this country or in But we have pursued this subject far enough for take slaves there. It is because the South following letter, which shows that tit]

that it WM. The Colonel also said Great Britain,since the idea of "tacit obedience" knows that the great struggle would instantly be prisoners have relieved the civil
I : to him that all the land in the present; we shall probably refer to it hereafter. renewed, not indeed by the man who once spoke I aa'hortu': I
I t the people of this State that Texas the belonged to and'"non-re8iatance" was exploded by the heroism Taken in any point of view, this doctrine of Acqui- I for Massachusetts, from any further trouble in the matter :
; President
I did
3 1 not own any of it, and that,he could not .I of John Hampdea and his compatriots. It is an- cscnce is a monstrous one ; and when applied to quantum mutatus ab illo T.UIP., May 25,1851.;

I him a home here, unless he could purchase give it other mdAnaaoly evidence of a retrogade tendencyin the measures of the Adjustment, it becomes hideousin Hectore, qui redit exuvias indutus AchilH V An Inquisition was held yesterday morniagoz

: from Texas. The Colonel again remarked that many .of .Our politicians towards the despotic its deformity. not by him, but by tho mass of Northern people, the bodies of three Indians barging desdl

j 1 he was glad to see him; that he was his friend sentiments of tho monarchists Europe, and shows V led by other chiefs who have not forsaken the old our Jal on the 23d i tant Verdiet, roiantary<
I. I he had confidence in him and that he would that the seitiment individual altar'fircs of liberty to go and bow lhe knee to. by banging themselve These Indiasi
: j liberty, so dear to divinities that their fathers knew not. Thisit wee delivered to .
strange C.
i do all he could to make him MR. WEBSTER'S LATE SPEECH AT BUF. Capt. Casey, Indian Agent;
j t f Coacooche said happy. our fathers d'the Revolution, is fast being displacedby FALO. is which has kept the Territories free from the (on his requisition) at Fort Myers, soma time I lot i
that the talk was good. a belief to the divine right" of the overseer and the slave, and in this Mr. Webster week&the murderers Daniel Unbbard,
people's le
We have .
Colonel Temple then informed the chief that being ruled\ read this speech attentively, and are has no part nor lot, having sold his birthright." on the 6th day of last, oX;!
r"I the President had sent him to talk with all the ly somebody; and ruled in such a wayas : rejoiced to find that>Mr. Webster (who seems to Capt. Casey delivered to the Aug1 tu.1 Irs

I'I'0 Indians: on the frontier;; that he was very happy ,best and to suit the the convenience of those in authority speak for the Government) has materially changed REFORM IN 3IARYLAND. county of War., on the 20th inst by order authoM9 idft

to see so great a warrior; that he had heard of without slightest regard to the rights, his views since he wrote his letter to the New York
liberties interests The new Constitution adopted by the late Reform They were detected in trying to break the Hit
him since he (the Colonel or of those whom it be deemed Jail
) was may Union
a boy, and bad Safety Committee. In that, he breathed of by means of fire on the 23d
I ))1 z for a long time wanted to see him. and had come necessary sacrifice\ for the sake of that conve. nothing but force and coercion ; now he discards Convention held at Annapolis, was presented to the means making fire were i which from time their

all the way: from San Antonio for that: purpose nience. people for their adoption or rejection on the 4th and they given to understand that away te
\ $ ; entirely the idea of maintaining the Union by they ,
i that the President had sent him in Who inst It embraces important reforms and fastened to the ,.
I conjunction before ver heard in our country of a per. many cent of the Jai S-nvr.e* f firrtw-
i i.f U 'With.two.brother Commissioners, out into this son who was ojposed to the policy or justice of a corrects many ancient abuses. The last desperate attempts, and whe ou went to a blaek- intfo

1 .. country but, to that nave his a fnenly talk with all the Indians measure, being required to "acquiesce" in that This no doubt correctly indicates the true sentiments effort ofthe Whig Party in Maryland to retain and hung smith their s shop additona ftng i seems tier<

p r Antonio, that he had brothers heard of were the now wisdom in San of measure, merelj .because it had been adopted by not only of Mr.Webster, but of all the pug- perpetuate the monopolies and abuses so long cherished cords taken from thei clothing, to me the iron of pies and I

11 the chief:and had confidence in his honesty Ani the majority fortho time being? Has"it come to nacious Northern./7r0- ttr*, who prate so flippantly was made on last Wednesday. That the i one of the escaped by flight 1 tear
t i this? That about whipping the South into measures. The Democratic Reform thus cheating Marion county out of three
t4 friendship, n.ad that he wished to ask his opin the majority are not only to govern Party was successful, and that

A Il f. ion about the best means of inducing the Co. but are to role without opposition? Without having South, if ever subdued by the North, will owe her the new Constitution was adopted, we have no a. _SIMON TURm' r

t manches and other tribes to cease from their their measures either examined or questioned? disgrace entirely to the corruption and pusilani- doubt; but wo shall soon know the result. Population of the United States.

p-f; depredations and to live in peace with the This is adoctriaewe are sure no portion of the mous cowardice of her own sons, and not to the By the returns received
at the
t_ t 4 whites. American prowess and valor of her Northern conquerers.We .- QJ-W. F. Johnston, the famous Whig Governorof it Census Office.,
peopfc are yet prepared to the total
"ofquietct"in i
The thief apdears population of the United
IfiI I and communicated expressed the facts the here following stated opinion, when applied to themselves, and which never will have submitted to a Philip, and not an Pennsylvania, refuses to sign the law passed by States is 23,267,498 of which 20,087,909 .
name would have Alexander.The the Legislature repealing an old law, and allowingthe j free and II
ly: That the Camanches were a numerous attempted to be applied to any are slaves. In the fm c
:. race, not brave warriors; treacherous and dou- portion of them except those of the unfortunate, Washington Southern Press expresses its use of the jails of the Commonwealth for the States; there are 13,533,328 free persons ao* ibi

4 ble-wngucd, and no confidence can be placed in corrupted, divided, and we fear doomed South. surprise and astonishment at the utter want of abil- detention" fugitive slaves. This is a great annoyance 1 1 9 slaves IathesIaTeStatetherearee,3

them, that they will make peace one day, and The majority have made up their minds that the ity displayed in all of the speeches made duringthis to the Southern Whig editors, but Prentice, 575 free persons, and 3,15,78 slaves. In t5 i?

!: made steal from It the and kill the party with whom they South is to be sacrificed; this being foregone conclusion Northern tour of "the Government:" and we of the Louisville Journal, lies out ofthe bad box by and District 3,687 and Territories 100,524 free personk., 1Crer

nature and that next; that imbibe stealing is part of their we are not to be permitted even to discuss are particularly disappointed in this speech of the calling Johnston a "locofoco" Under slaTes.next
they it in their apportionment
milk, as the child-imbibes poison from mother's the the measures by which this object is to be brought "Godlike Daniel. It is made up chiefly of the This pocketing and practically vetoing a bill representation being 93,702-there rto't lot

e I of the mot.hcrwho has eaten the poisonous milk root about, under penalty of denunciation and proscrip most disgusting flattery of his hearers, which is unworthy fairly passed by both branches of the Legislatureshows member of the House of "ib.,

\ dugout of of the earth; that at present they are I tion. Already we see this despotic decree being of the fame and position of the speaker, who opposes the execution of tho fugitive follows; Alabama 7, Reprnent8ti, CaUtorD u t.i stiibt.
compelled to steaL but Carried out to the lettej slave law, and who uses tho "one man power." Connecticut 4 Delaware
j that they wouldwif The most intelligent and seasoned with a great deal of profanity which, 1. Florida .

'4 they had an abundance of fOOd; that they are patriotic portion of our cople are proscribed and however, we suppose among the Puritans passes for A DUEL.-Lieut Adams, and Lieut Edwards Indiana 3 Missouri 11, Maryland 6, Mississippi 4, JJMP|
deficient In 8 New
gan ,
sense and ,
: I cannot, consequently. be driven from all Federal offices, and deprived of sanctity, and interspersed here and there with Third stationed Fort 133 : Hampshire 3NeW r
I easIly civilized, {fat all; that the Lipans are Federal a Artillery, at Moultrie, S. C., New Jersey 5, North Carolina 8, Ohio 2!. teiler
sensible, and could be easily induced ro aban- patronage in shon, they are marled very dry joke, considering tho moisture of the have had hostile meeting at Sullivan's Island.- Pennsylvania 25, Rhode Island 2, South Cai .';.

don thcirpreseut practices;that the Camanches, men, and for no other cause that, that they are yet weather.Mr. After an exchange of shots, by which Edwards was lina 5, Tennessee. 10, Texas 2, Ver n'.3, YItginia ,

I' when a son is born, rejoice, because, they say unsubdued and still raise their voitts in j defence of Webster throws his gauntlet in the teeth of slightly wounded in the back the difficulty was re. \ic'nsin 3., :

I'I I he will be able to steal, and they will"have I Southern rights. the Georgia Platform men, and we have some curiosIty conciled. A lady, we believe, was at the bottom 182 the.free (or "hireling") States bad .IttJ

horses! to will ride; when a daughter is born, they But to return to this revived doctrine\Jt "non- to see how it will be received by the "Constitu.- of the misunderstanding_1 as usual repreentatvs. in CongS the slave Stata.]
MY they have" to WAit resistance1' and "tacit the will
squaw obedience. have
: and We 144 anIncreasiof <
upon would ,
work for ask tional Union" Party of the South. The Florida
then. Claims
I He says the Camanches what was the when 2; aDd the sIne lo *, inai
are reply forefathers a ,
the largest tribe befot. The Georgia Convention declared Much has been said and 2. Thus State
: l' and that they"pread the Revolution that a refusal written relative to the the relative pr the
that the everywherci" _were required to submit to the by to admit Slave Florida claims: which arose out of the 9th the ]
; Liplns are numerous : Congress a State into the Union article of free and tf i

I: t f 1 that the oth 1" IP;',... la f1>i, Stst. ..... ,,.that and vce Stamp, fcocuraw Act s.ndTea It Tax? Did: they! ignobly acquit will be just cause of "rcsistaiaA. .Mr. xyiwu. Snam-the treaty; >We of L 1819*ir, between l>>'uU rp-h the United- States and' not e8 nhanY..hang"tbe sluTehoJding fret; State States I'J idi

,- the Tonkaways are Cannibals, but that they are : woa "the test they could get," and emphatically reiterates_now.what he.has often said' will refer them to the federal tgepTvgpirtaaministration ing/sw ,?.., ....g
tame, lazy,and peaceable;that the delawares hold jubilees because they had not been taxed six before hat will consent to the Florida for a. thnrnnirTi .intmof. ;,..>*: __j 6L court_.. -incision Senate, bi the ad n'ot---J---California." '.
are ,- he never, extension --- ------ w.6..u aJll.I UDal C1e- isi i
f in the way of peace, because the cents a pound on tea instead of three and iww.. ni ; and as the Spanish For the last ten
governmeDt the
..t ,- -- slavery one foot beyond the limits of the present as well as years, gain of the :
"u "U UlIU11.I Da e tne WhUes because the Stamp Act was no worse? Did many of our own citizens in Georgia and Florida Is nearly 28 percent of the whit
tbey slaves
friendl" to art : they not rather Slave States, and plainly intimates that are interested in ; 'ntalt Vpercent
were it a and
mode of iCm\He then stated the best resist? Aye, unto secession-unto, revolution ;i. necessary,to exclude slavery from the Territories ot these claims, we proper conclude that impartialaetUement the intended ; while the free colore class ;
: less
a permanent peace. It And in after yean, when the mritypaedtlie'Alien : 01 them to the presentation crene than 9 per clnt. bani
was to send he would be for
: the ] the applying the Wilmot Proviso court is correct and "
EicJJfPfoVin II1dian country and Sedition Laws did to judicious.Unson.DIABOUCM .. imprt element in te Increased
and let not the minority, them. Thus poe,
hands with the Ca-. volunteering the issue in advance, :. ,United is
mancbe, and other wild Indians and headed by Jefferson and Madison resist onto IUd/i. inn contempt and defiance of the as gration. ,To Sttf foreign mn
; then for : Georgia Conven ATTEXPT OF say nothing of the continnend
himself and fixation, and a. .
; commissioners sent by the Pmi : finally triumph in their effort to ro- tion. He however recognises the binding nun HIS 805<-The N. Y. Express of the TO 17th MCX the census just taken shows a decrease'in.til,-
dent obligation
to folio* .a A>re the Constitution When nit
on after National :-About 12
them and Banks says o'clock last population Ireland
geUheir.as. of the Constitutional clause ,night since 1S41 !
for the a man named alonl off* <
rendition .
,1iatan In of fugitives John C. ,
mak1nl't' PnotecUvoTariffaBankrupt Godfrey
Thisthecheif fortified Laws Internal Improvement from labor residing in 12th street, between wij/ww. It is that the flue
by : and says it was Intended 9th and 10th emigraat
argument&, Laws, and the Sub Treasury became to an- avenue, who is in the habit of between'
getting Liverpool and
lo N.
The nt1emEn'whohaTe: this the settled policy of the ply tbeSouth as well as thi North,'as there grossly intoxicated and abusing his family proceel. have for Yortv
ink1Ugence to' wM1utuvcucu majorities for the time being were ed to the : many years, brought tu the
the .Department say' that the was it ever thought of or demanded that the a great many apprentices at the North who were in with a table sleeping fork apartment the of his son John, and America (Canada, of course, IrisT-l
manner of Wildcat !
was respectful and! kind the habit of prongs which were hammered Includtla
that there'was no Insolence-no : minorities should cease their opposition to those escaping to the South. Here he stops together, he stabbed the innocent aleeperin emigration" amounting, on average, tt 230- I

unkind reproaches bat threats-no measures? No! Thoso minorities and distinctly declares that the South must expect several places,. inflicting a. frightful wound'on.the 000 sou b i perannm-and, during the ;.
were distributed prr"
expressions of
trlendshlp. The deep* at the North and the no concessions from him So the head two inches in length, tJ weapon glancing spring, he transportation has been'insufficieaI
) Ba1 that the objects contem : South,and were allowed their sum total of his along.tho .skull for

plated in the .W to.that point have been In Constitutional privileges.of 'liberty of peech"and i magnanimous support of. our interests .extends no. handle, which lucky andVVbreaking circumstance the probably lork'lfoDl saved tho late theincreaningawarm.their,own green Island of lr who depope-;

many respects' accomplished, and submit the in. "freedom of diaeUl icnL.' But it has been further than a prom !taithtuD,to,execute tle Vu- the life. of the young man. The lad was also stab roads, canals and vast t open our r

_ _ formation 'acquired that trip to the depart- MW rA_ *uiw ij_ question___H or-. _: reserved_ gitive Slave Law, (.I if he can.\, _""... ?_ t ._*._,_ ._. bed in many' places about the breast. The inhu to wealth prr and fort
in -
meat, with the single remark that Slavery,. which the South insult the South ----or. v. n8 they ea
regard alone has beezr by passing the AA& '
r- it aa politic t 'conciliate rather than I thrown into the minority wherein Wilmot Proviso, via wara police, and committed to.prison by Jus. < J
to exa. a new rule is to itt,is unnecessary. Heaven defend _tice Bleakcly, to await -
pus. this remarkable chIef who be adopted, and denunciation and ns from ,an examination. The, -
baa :
eat and the talI proscription are such magnanimity n1eC'e Shadrael., the '
influence to be '
to render eminent good or substituted. the place' of WORTH KSOWIKO....:It is B3T0NSaturday *
extensive Notwithstanding his < s.IdthIastnjI : JU.&
V May .
the argument boatted talents piece ,
: present state of Or sleeping, ofroelu'
Indian in
our dipped water
is placed in '
relations, this country What peculiar, merit Is there in tad measures we can discover deep rein ottmeuinea pervading V on the stove, will add peculiar property to vessel the Ron.John-P..H1 i engg t dtfend.E
whole Wrght
ipe cb, ancho: mosphere of the at otes
: room which "
V ----- composing the "Adjustment evidently thought hIt will give
as it U called to poThatit- I drh e8ce ,Judge Allen
< AyoLi'th. DWI who make them .ition required.apology and" l let to persons troubled with a cough. g Cel havlngdecILasd;
says U.wor1d exceptions to all other e* of oua000untoflflheatb.
him a
i uon :
Onl 'a water
living. eases and to is sufficient to throw .
verd! off
did the
: owes
} sowouid
seem to ,
eunaIf. h' raise them,above indeed true if ros1nandg1resthesme amo te '
opposition the .
110. or question? menu of com- relief as if, ,
Whea'wt:: speak ot."the the Northern pres may be taken- combustion It is preferable NOBr.CAB.OLIU..H WuMajtos.4':
: Compromise otr the
com ( Wm.1
I we do not j bustion 't
-" w, .. wy. indication of tfortlwra watimcnt. wfgive is utnion' Wh b bees tOQeCeI4.
.. ovption
; ": tho same rosin mot dale Hon'E"
j.: .. V may U :web electon V V 8(( h who V ,declined a V

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ErlcJltapCC STctos.Fro I P.-: 24.Ni.." _A Ixdierwu Cmtau NOTWE'TOPASSENGEfis.N SEA ISLAto"COTT '
A DELICACY.Mr. ,They had funs ways of settling vexed lore suits .
in old times. Here is an instance which wt cut -

tkt & au.1'Nt1rfI fIK Nevrt.Fffttt Elilr -At this season, when: oystersare from an exchange: ., .. ... SUBSCRIBER takes opportunity /
unfit for table use, allow me to recommendto Two gentlemen of high birth'the one rnittH .; '.. -.at. .. inform the planters of Lone Staple
Days Later from Europe. fair readers a delightful substitute and the other a German, having rendered MaximOianlL Cotton that he still continues the manufacture
your :: many services, they each, for recompense, and after the 10th ;day of June; the day of the latest improved HOLLER UORSE GINS

Arrival ./ the Asia-Decline IB CMtan. Take a genuine Mexican Swath, boil it as demanded his natural daughter, Helena Sehase- of departure of the 'steam packetMAGNOLIA double and single, at his usual rates and U .

Nsw Yea June.4-10 A.M. ordinarily do mIx with it a quin, in marriage. The prince who entertained .
you squashes, quantum equal respect for them both, could not give either i : -ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice '

The steamship AsiA has arrived with Liver- sufficit of flour, add a little meal and a the preference, and after much delay he told them ,,, For the reputation of the Gins. apply the

rpool dates to the 24th May. Cotton had de- little butter season it with salt and pepper that from the claims they both had to his attention CArr.P. McNELTY, following Agents, or to those who hive them
lined a quarter KJ.) FAir Orleans was and regard he could not give his assent for either of From Savannah to Palatka,will be TUESDAY, in use: .
halt Uplands at make it into batters and fry them. A blind them to marry his daughter, and they must decideit SATURDAY ,1.-
noted at six and a (6.l); connecting with the AGENTS. ,
and three qusrters634J);and Middling at man would find It difficult to distinguish them by their own prowess and address; but as he did team Ships ..
not wish to risk the loss of either! or both by suffering YUlalonga & Acosta Centervillage,Oa. -
ye and au eighth (5*$ ) The sales of the from the nrh-able.ollter fritters. them to fight with offensive weapon, he had FLORIDA AND .ALABAMA, CnpL .R. Bythewood, Bean fort,-3'C,

reek amounted to 41,000 bales.Breadstuff's The Mexican Squash I am pleased to see, is ordered a large bag to be brought, and bo who was For New York. She will continue to leave on Scott & DeYeauz;Charleston. S. C. .
had declined a sixpence.. American successful enough to to his rival la should obtain '
put it Thou
cultivated in your town. The climate and Tuesdays throughout year, & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida.
remained firm. Manchester trade his This '
Stocks daughter.
strange combat betweentwo
Fernandez. Bisbee& Co Jacksonville E.
of Florida is well to its ia Carrying the United States Mail ,
oll. soil adapted growth.They gentlemen was presence of the whole Imperial R. R. Dukes,Palatka, E. F.
In France the legitimists have openly avow- attain in this with culture court, and lasted half an hour. At length the For
region S.
Freight &
proper Spaniard yielded to the German Andre Elhard, Ecgagements or Passage, having Hoyt Co.Savannah,Ga
their intentions to restore the monarchy.The an encrmus size, and will weigh from 100 to Baron of Tethred, who, when he had got him into superior accommodations- State Rooms, &o., S.L.Niblack & Cfc, Alligator.E.F, 4LarUnger
Dresden Conference had closed be the bag, took him on his back and placed him at apply to M. A. COHEN, Jgent. & Harris,Elixsbethtowr,LoncJea '
200 Ibs. after
They kept are
ession without affecting anything. may the Emperor's feet, and on the following day married Savannah, June 3, 1851. County, Ga. .. ;
cut, week or more. One fully grown may the beautiful Helena. -
f This Steamer will leave Jacksonville for ALSO,
w-Yrk CUa Market-Arrival from Callfmula. thus be made to serve a small family with a Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING at 7 o'
The EpUtalrea. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the ..
M. daily delicacy, at a comparatively small ex- clock, until further notice. subscriber at moderate rates. Persons want
NEW YOBS Jane 3-5 P. ,
This Li the title of a French colony which is being :
une7. '
We have,a quiet Cotton market to-day, witho pense, for the length of time specified above. organized in TazeweQ county, Va. The following ing Gins, or Gins repaired, please direct to

| change in prices to note. .Parsa-r& suaes.e account is given of them by the Winchester Agents,or to S. L BURNS,
I has arrived with Virginian,-and a marvelous one it is, especially Administration Notice. St. Mary's, Georgia .
The Emire City $2,000- Some prefer it without any admixture of meaL that which treats of their financial
3 1851. 6m
part May
|00 worth oJ gold,and 250 passengers.The The meal serves to give more embodiment to the lions: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That six ,

difficulty between France aud the Sand- delicacy, and in our view is an improvement "They are to the present age what the Huguenots from the date hereof. shall apply -

ich Islands has been adjusted. were to the Catholics in the time of the Inquisition to Honorable Judge of Problte of Du- A New Voums AITO C uPPOST4GE.GRAHAM'S .

From the Piclint (Ala.) RepMican of May 10. ; what the Catholics were to the Jewish hierarchy val County, for Letters of Administration on
From the Savannah Daily Republican ; what in their turn the Jews were to the the Estate of John Beard en,late of said county,
Improvement {the Old Vi lln .
JOURNAL MESSENGER OFFICE, heathen. deceased. ELIJAH PETTY. American monthly lUngaslBC.
MACOX, Jane 3-4.27, P. M. For more than two hundred years the Violin liTho Egalitaires oecnpythemselves with the M&131, 1831. 6w .
has remained unchanged. Improvements have practical alone. They pay jointly and individually -
Convention assembled at Milledge- "VJTTE congratulate our subscribers who receive -
The Union been made in almost other musical instrument t'attention to the useful sciences-eucb.! as Medi- ,
ine, have nuauimously nominated Hon.How- but the violin every of to day is the cine, Philosophy, Mathematics, History, Physics, Administration Notice. "V their books by mall, upon the
thtir candidate for Governor and and Their will embrace not change in the rates of postage periodicals.After .
ll Cobb as in form, size and make with the of Chemistry. IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Six upon
ave reaffirmed the report and resolutions of cremonas less than three thousand families in a year. After NOTICE from the.{ate hereof I shall the first of July the postage on Graham's
1660. In the seventeenth "
the three
he Georgia Convention, of December last. century paying all expenses, they will add to the productive to the Hon. Judge Probate of Duval APply Magazine will be but
Anntis were the most celebrated makers of the circulation less than $97,650,000
per year.
hundred and siity delegates were for Letters of Admin
One ores violin county ration tn the es- CENTS UNDER
Strndaurios and Guarnarious succeeded "The Egalitaires support no useless profession. 2M 500 MILES.
1:1. and grgat unanimity prevailed. these, and, great has been their succcess, Their products are in common; their expenses are tate of Charles S. Smith, )",.te'f said county. 5; CENTS UNDER 1500.MILES.

they have singularly lost sight of one of the in common: they live in common. Their funds deceased, CHARLES tUMMERS.
Election of Rantool. first principles of the correct violin. mental principle is equality in labor and in income. May 24,1851. 6wExecutor's We very confidently look for a' greaUfDCTeued -
They now desire a loan of $100,000, divided into circulation through the mail at these
The almost hopeless condition of the brave Sir Richard Phillips, the collector of "A 20,000 shares. Each share of t5 will realize a re- : rates and trust that our old friends the PostMasters

,inherits: in Miss-ichusetts, who there uphold Million of Facts," says; "The violin is thp form turn of over $1550 between 1853 and 1856." I Notice. will oblige us in making the fact

tcflig of our assailed Constitution, my be of instrument which all men would adopt SIX months after date I will apply".o the available in their respective poet-towns.

'tl: in the huraHiUin;; details of she tuciou when seeking to produce vibrations? Perfect Cat;ncuns IN INDIANA.-The return!of the United Judge of Probate of Duval county,Florida, With the next number of 'sGraham"we com-

,r f' .ngrv ssBiea on MonJ',y 1.is:. tVe giro the. uniformity, and an absence of any substance States Marshal for the above named State re- to be discharged! : from the Executorship of the mence a new volume, this number being the

narc3s: A matter: of record and of reference. tending to inpede the vibrations are essential port the total number of Churches belonging to ito I last Will and Testament Martha Tim, deci,. last of volume thirty-eight of the,work. The
be 1899 and the value of '1-
:\ hunlrel and tighty-eigbt National Demo- requisites to the productions of a full, clear, 899,711.: The, Churches and property are thug die> I I PENELOPE TISON Executrix. long continued, and still increasing support of .
property '
b u* out of over fourten thousand voters, is mellow,round tone. tributed among the different denomination; 15th 1851 6m the American public to this Magazine, encourages -

!rtainly. discouraging spectacle those whoe Our townsman. Mr. William B. Tilton, in The Methodist Episcopal Churches 8.1'oU, and I us to renewed efforts to make this favorite,

before them the broad ',n.1 .listinct path of experimenting upon an old violin, was struck the church property $426,175. Kumber of Old Administrator's Notice. I,I monthly in all respects worthy of its reputation -

o-ntitutional duty, and would not hesitate to with the idea of improving the sound, both in I School Presbyterian Churches 118, and the church IS HEREBY GIVEN, That six of being _

J it if it were more encompassed with dan tone and volume,by removing the cause which I property $133,000. The Nv School Presbyterian NOTICE from date, I shall apply to the The Organ of American Talent. .
s in his opinion, impeded the vibration. He have 71 churches, and property of the value of
i. ijust such men HS voted against RANTO made an :attempt, and succeeded. Determining $107,725. The regular Uaptist Churches are 255, final Hon. Judge of Probate from the Duval Administration county,of for the a I The new volume will embrace the writingsof
and property ei 76,125. Number of Roman Catho discharge most of the authors of established reputation -
this Union it is to test his improvement the SeTet'estscrutiny
I. uivc kept together just by
; Estate of Solomon late of said
lie Haffingham
Churches 45
and "Christ ,
property $153,625. who have uniformly contributed to its
the he took several of his violins ,
ch men as encourage good feeling upon improved I
S3a" of Daval deceased.
Churches 177, and 99500. county ,
property Episcopalian and while will continue be
new names
hich Massachusetts coiiiiaerce has so long exH to New Orleans, placed them under the I pages, .
Churches 19, and property $60,00, and so WM. B. ROSS, Adm'r.May .
list of favorites
and without which Massachusetts manu- inspection of the most eminent musicians, in 00. 10 1851. 6m I added to the already long a

.e ares would bes for a muketi; in a word, the city, explained the nature of his improvement greatly increased quantity of reading .will be
it for these! men there would be no offices for and received the highest assurance of CHARCOAL IN CISTKRHS.- Two gallons of Administrator's Notice. given. In the July number. shall commence .

:e-icrs like KASTOPL to bxrgain for, and no the value of the invention. fine charcoal will purify a dozen hogsheads of THE OCEAN BORN, .

trson,il honor. This Union left to such polititns To satisfy our own mind we left with Mr. water, when the smell is so unpleasant that it I SIX present MONTHS our accounts AFTER and DATE vouchers, we to shall the A TALE OF THE SOUTHEttf aEA!.

: as HANTOCL. would not exist a year. Can Tilton an excellent instrument, with full authority cannot be used. Hon. Judge of Probate for Columbia county A powerful sea story, from the pen' of S. A.

doubt where he and men like him wocll be to use it as his own in testing the improvement Godman. Esq., of South Carolina.
Florida for final settlement and ask discharge
Said a coquette to a gentleman at a ball : "Can a a -
the hour of disaster and dissolution t Cane The violin is well known in this you flirt a fan?" from the further Administration of the G. P.R.James will continue his 'contributions

doubt that they would be willing to seek place,and all who have heard its sound declare "No,"said he, taking her fan, "but I can fan a Estate of Archibald Hogans, late of said coun- and will furnish during the next six .

y extreme of degradation and cowardice to that it has been benefited at least one hundredper flirt.M ty, deceased, of which all persons interested month,a novel of some length,written express

*- themelves ? The curse of our days is the cent. are desired to take notice. < I ly for Graham's Magaxine. -

tensely selfish spirit of tho men who ride Mr. Tilton can improve any violin or SBariiff -- Z. HOGANS, Adm'r. A Series of Splendid Ittuetrations _
the of these shameless fanaticisms course fine instrument Is of
UQ> wires a capable greater
are now In the hands ofourartis which ..nlsnrp:1ss
who, r'rofp *in;; to superfine freemen are improvements than en ordinary one. He has Fla., May 17, 18SI. 8m.Executor'S thing to ba found elsewhere in
ly :superfine: hypocrites-who change from experimented on some dozen or more, and has PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, JUNE 7. any No will be
and from hour hour brief been completely successful in instance. expense sp&red
.y to day, to a every Notice.
to meet thelargest expectations of the public
( sifion; and who, to avoid the indignation of Mr. Tilton has patented his improvement, IS HEREBY GIVEN That six -
The U.S. Moil Steamer St.Matthews arrives in this department of Graham.
use i they have abused at last cheat: tb *who and been strongly advised by his friends here NOTICE from date I shall !
apply.to- the
at ..
from OUR
n them into place. Narrow contnut**! and and in New Orleans to remove to some one of and leaves every Sunday, Hon. Judge of Probate of Duval county, fora .P FASHIONS .... .
, gored, they cannot rise to the elevation of a the large cities. If he follows this advice his U.S. Mail every Tuesday. final discharge from the Administration of the we shall continue totunshbbrsddtuim-w---.' -
Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives
t tioo&l view because they fear that in trying fortune will be made.- Jim at Aldbamian. Wednesday from Savannah and leaves every Estate of John Yeomans, late of said county of other highly finished engravings, from the

ilu so, their littleness will only be laughed The above (says the Republican) is no exaggeration Friday. Duval, deceased. hinds of the very best artists. '

Hence they grovel into Congress, on hands I of the wonderful and ingenious discovery every Steamer Welaka arrives Thursday from WM. B. ROSS, Ex'r. AH Post Masters and Editors are authorized

jl knees, and shrink before the eyes of the I which our fellow-townsman has made Savannah and leaves on Saturday.SteamerMagnolia on May 10,1851. 6m to act as agents-to whom specimen copies
: ue friends of the country ns before their super ns to the means increasing and improving in will be furnished, desired.
arrives from
6J"@. But all honor, once more, to the six both volume and quality, the tones of the via Savannah and leaves on Sunday.oft Friday, I: TERMS: .
inJred and eighty-eight Democrats who didt The NOTICE.
.lin. subjoined extract from letter to us
Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake $3 annum. 2 copies for S5 5>> tot
per ; copies
t fear to repel the advances of this pestilential scientific musician STEAM SAWMILL FOR SALE.
written by a very in New
Munroe and for $20For will
on Monday, returns on Thursday $10: 11 copies $10 we send
; ahtion.-Pennsyhanian. Orleans,to whom we gave Nr. Tilton an introductory rflHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on reasonable the Magazine for 5 years to one person.

note, is comfirmatory of the above 1 termshis, STEAM SA.JV-MILL 4 Addrese GEO. R GRAHAM -

1 Election el ,Jr. Saittaer.When statement of the West Alabamian, if it neededconfirmation Taken from the Records of the Custom House. AND MACHINERY, at Garey's Ferry, Du No. 134 Chestnut st, Philadelphia.

I the fugitive Sims was returned to Sa- : Entered. val county, Florida. The Engine is 20 horse May 24, 1851. -

nnah, the writer of this commenced an arti- NEW ORLEANS, April 4, 1 1."DEUt 2.-Brig Angola, Hones, New York. power, 10 inch cylender, -feet stroke, and 2

<> for the Day Book, in which he intended tot SIR: I avail myself the present 4Br.: Brig Leviathan, Odell, New York. boilers 24 feet long, 36 it. diameter pall in PROSPECTUS OF THE

-v that the return of Sims was not at ally opportunity to speak favorably of Mr. Tilton's Cleared. complete order, and ready for immediate use.

;-; to allay the hostile feeling existing been improvement. May 31*-Sch-John Snow, Gordon, Gelford. It has also a corn mill attached. The Engineand SOIL, OF TUE SOUTH.HE : :

the Nor'l. in-1 the South. Tbev>ry fact "1 coufess I had strong doubts of its practicability June 2.-..Sch.Harbinger, Heath,-Essex. Machinery will be sold separate,if desired. '
>. 'quired so much legal force, and that but nevertheless left myself entirelyfree Brig John Gutenberg, Simpson, N. Y. For terms, apply to me Palatka, or to my UNDERSIGNED' a Committee of Publication
5.-Brig Eliza Ann, Chase, Philadelphia. Jas. B. Cole. on the part of theMuscogee and
!nn i\"e pipers in Boston and New York to be convinced. The experiments he agent,
.. 6.-Sch.Lucy Ann, Lufkin N.Y. A. H. COLE. Russell Agricultural Society, respectfully invite _
.1. ado about the and tri-
-o an success Je here induce
great 'na so far satisfied me as to me to
Sch. Italian, PettingUl, Boston. public attention to the following Prospectus
anti of law and order it was evident that the permit him to attach the improvement to B's .Palatka, Fla.,May 10, 1851. tf of a Monthly Journal, to.be published in

nity to the fugitive slave law in New Eng- iddle. The result has greatly exceeded my #
this city under the auspices of the above
u'j' wisso great that its future utility was expectations."It Notice of Dissolution. Dissolution and Formation of I named Associaiion., .

'rrurely doubtful. [An accident preventede will afford me pleasure therefore, to use THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing Copartnership. The work will be devoted to,the interests bf;: ,....-
completion, of that article. If the same all the influence I possess in recommending itto the Subscribers, in 'conducting the Agriculture and Horticultnr: Domestio and
'gable and expense are to attend the arrest of the public notice and favor. business of"Oca. HOUSE," is this day dissolved by THE Copartnreship heretofore eating un, Rural Economy. Under these several heads'.
ery fugitive, the South may as well give up Mr. Tilton feels such confidence in his inTention mutual consent. All persons having demands against the firm of CURETON, TITUS & will be included all that Concerns the culture
! sir runaways at once. It is no gratificationthem that he the of the concern,will please present them to either HARRIS, is this day dissolved by mutual eon- the ,
challenges production any I of the parties for payment. All persons in. Crops,the inprovement of the Soil, .management
L to learn that the United States bus the fiddle that he cannot improve one hundred per debted are informed: that the notes and accountsare .sent. of the Farm, Garden;the Orchard, .
& J
t> wer to enforce its laws; on the contrary they cent. He also challenged the production of I left with 0. WOOD, Esq, for collection. CURETON, TITUS HARRIS. Flower Yard, and the House-Keeper's depart -

i .not like to see the federal government exer- fiddles of any body's manufacture, old or new JOHN M. PONS. Jacksonville. ,Dec.20th, 1850. 'jan4) ment. In their connexion'with the interests of

, Ing a degree of arbitrary power in the sev- instruments, cremonas or imitations, whether C. E. RYAN. .the the Soil, the 'other industrial Pursuit of the
States which they have for and Jacksonville, Jane 5, 1851. It The business heretofore condcuted by attention. "'
s many years those rare and genuine heirlooms now then and[ will receive their appropriate .
estioned. Southern have always rained their abaTed named firm will be henceforward Conducted the will be under the
people met with and so highly or best The "Soil of South"
:' ubted the right of the federal government to counterfeits, with their 1660, 1698, 1716, &o,, Notice. by and, under the firm ofCURETON editorial supervision of Charles A. Peabody,, -

k. into a State and exercise over the people of dates, to compare in the quantity and qualityof PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing under & 7fTUS Esqr, and CoL James M. Chambers. Mr.Peabody .

r '.t State an authoritl.hicb a majority of the tone, upon a fair test with: some of his improved THE firm of ALSOP 4 MOONEY, is dissolved. Jacksonville, January 4,1851.Notice. has been for two years connected with the .

Zeus opposed. It belongs to the State of violins. We have no hesitation in pre The business of the concern win be settled. by Agricultural Press, and is equally'distinguished '

ichusetts alone to fulfil her obligations tor dicting that this discovery will introduce a new WILLJAJI ALSOP. I : a* a Practical and Scientific Farmer and
present .
sister States. era in the history of this most copions and exquisite WILLIAM ALSOP, i! SIX months after date I shaH Administrator my of Gardener. Cat Chambers is one of the most -

a She has pledged herself in the Constitutionthe of all musical instruments. The requisite GEO. MOONEY. and vouchers, AI' intelligent and successful Planters in the South:
March 20 1851. Payne U the Hon
Jacksonville Fla the of S. ,
Estate George
?. Union to give fugitives from labor. will be assisted by an able of Contributors
up measures have been taken to secure the inTention 7 3tMasonry jmkborough County andI They corps
June Probates of ,
, Her recent acts, not only in the election of but letters patent have not yet been is- Judge shall of at the same time apply to said fourt for & among ,the practical Farmers and
turner, but in the resistance (if her people toe sued." &c. Planters of the Laod. ,
of the
Bricklaying, from-the Administration .
arrest and return of Sims, show most disctly ,. a discharge ,Each number will-"'contain sixteen pages' of..
interested desired
are to .
t that she does fulfil her said Estate. persons with : .
not mean to con- quarto size,printed newtype oasoperiofin :
e MaMachwetts. Theiattt Crosby... __ take notice.. ..... fnihnnibers
*ct; that her citizens are diabonestknd will whUa 7tu4 f.. at:
The Legislator of tKi..fiUt. .*to a.close: JOHN DARLIXG.Admnistrattr...- '...
thifinethod of Informing the Public that "
padiate the debt and break the bond when- TTIAKE the rate of One Dollar per anum, 'Which moat
)" er they can. They hare, submitted to the on Saturday last, .after a protracted and IIi X they are prepared! to execute all kinds' of Masonry be paid in advance' : !
Bricklaying Pl&stericg.t.c., in a good and Tampa, Fla.., Sept 28th, 1850.- octl
lit.Pd States because must. But subiiion remarkable session.
they respects
( many workmanlike manner. They are well known to 53Post Mustard are authorized to act a*
to force and acquiesence to agreement The liquor bill which passed the House was the Public as'competent mechanics" and referenceis ., JestRcceved.! Agents, and they may:retain;'in their..hands: .'

, e verjjdifferent things. We art no disunion lost in the Senate. The Eastern Avenue and given to work already executed in Jacksonville ONE dozen rubton bte black Silk hau twenty-five per <<:cent of all subscriptions tt: ;.

's nor lecessitiusts; but me say distinctly toe Boston Wharf bills both Houses and ana its vicinity. The experience they have, had in do do Military Cloth Cops,withCoven. lected by them, or if they prefer itj.ft eojr. of II _
Ssatk of Boiler Furnaces win recom- .
and with sorrow and shame, yon cannot I the erection Sugar the Work..nlbe sent to any one twelve r., toi '
ly itfon the people of Massachusetts, n New were vetoed by Qov. Bout well. '. mend them to the planters of Florida. -. At. do do. Glazed,Cips.SilkUmbrellM. gatuitouslr who will remit ftlttir.nar : .
rt1 PermiJir rr All orders from the interior thanfully received .&ej rA _
or 04i.,0 do you justice.E" The Special Election held yesterday ,for Their dollars.IS <' .
attended to. charges four
and punctually &e. "
a abut take care f 'yourselves ytvr! ourirv- Members bf Congress, resulted in the choiceof win De moderate.: Boot.Shoes, &c1 .

cur your property eta wives, your little onus, Robert Rantonl, a Free-Soil Loco in the ltd I Jacksonville always June 7,1851.- : ly For sale 1011' DmVns.... AH CommunleaUpns inu ,t 'addressei':r* -

i *your fir aides. TAt ericier. yon unite in this ([SalemJDistrict} by about 1,000 plura 'ty.Benja- i WM.. P. post 1)111, \r1lUam. ILChf.m b, PubUah'

"rim the hxcs will it teftr ,... .N. Y. Day min Thompson, Whig,has beaten Palfrey.Free- Masonry, Bricklaying, 'Plastering .October'19, 1850. _ttruST of"The Soil of the_ South," Columbus Ga. : -

A ,1.r Soiler, in the IVth District.,by-some 100 or' 150 &c.THE RECEIVED-A, fresh >lot of choice h AN LEONARDit.\. _. .
votes. From the Tilth .District we, have onlya B.A."WnB 'I -YJ.E.flUA.rA
UNDERSIGNED t 'es"thb method of al Goshen'ButUt Mackerel, Tulton
Hams; .,
indicate the election of :
TW returns but they -
OAOTcU Cmvemtieft. few the that he is ready to &0 at the ltore at +
public Beet ;
MesaPorkJ, -
Market .
I We are.Iadebted Henry W. Bishop, Loco,over John Z. Goodrich, at CO. Committee r < .tnColnmbUs -' :; ... -
to our lends of the Con- do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, Stucco May 31. c D.. WCUEN Qr April .2ft 'i : ftntionalist for the followig despatch: Whig.: Work &&, &0.- He will furnish, plans and '_ .. > .._" -;
-- rrr
drawings; when' desired by persona for whom T COST-A large assortment of, Ladies' --- '.' _. ..- -

AUGUSTA May 19,10 p.. ,? W OG TO LriTI.K.tlists.-Whoslovety? It he is engaged to execute woik, without extra 'A' fashionable Bonnets.and Parasols, by .;.;; --:1-: :<<0'

I The Southern Bights Convention assembled is the little girl who drops sweet:words, kind remarks charge., He ,is t well. known,to:the citizens of May 31. I o. _. P.; M'CUEN: & ,CO..- '. -. ; .. .
MilleJgevffle. There were 158 delegates and pleasant smile, as she passes along; mechanic and 't'dMOlv.t'83aftcrdale'
Jacksonville as. competent 7:: .
t who has a kind word of sympathy for every boy or -ealialtpr etitonr .
esent,representing 54 counties. Gea.HrEjnr xirllhe meets in trouble, and a kind hand to help work he has performed-_already. : ;citizens For Sale' l ,I* / .accounts and vouchers,"as administratrix: .

LAXCI, was chosen President' of the Convenbn. her companions out of difficulty; Who never scolds, of the place) he refers to as additional: .. evidence SUGAR,: MIL /with'all, the iron* necessary 'and administrator of' the estate:of !Stand- .

A Committee of *33, were appointed, of never contends, never teases her mother, nor seeks of his qualifications., A for the applicat-'on.horse" ; !' ly,late of Ahtehua'cuntyand State t>f Florida \

Mch the Hon.Hon.Jos. L.DAT,was chairman, in any way'to diminish, bat always to increase her ,rV Casts: and Moulds .ft>r ornamental pieteeingalso The rollers are of iron,'18'inches:W .Q"'I' ecd.' to the :Eon Judge"of Probate':ofwud.* ,nf... -

Jio reported resolutions strongly Republican happtnew.of Would it not of please diamonds yon,to,pick or other up a furnished. :JOHN.IVERS.If I I 33 inches'ln.1et1gth.: ',Alscy ,two. BO county, for a final settlement;and at the saint: ',,_ .
fcd Southern pearls gold,
Rights which unanimous- strap drops ?
were I 150 and 200 gallons respectively.- time we shall apply iotaid-oturt for letters efj
] adopted. Ex Gov.KcDox.UJ nomina- precious stones as you pass along! the street But .B.-To Planters ho would eayhe has muchexperiance measuring : '
> was can never be Jacksonville ot Palatka., discharge from the..* alstration of sAid Es. !
and ;
the these are the preeious stones which in patting op Sugar Batteries, Delivery f .;
as fiighU candidate> for GOT : -
lolL Take the hand of the friendle : Smile )11 solicits work In that line, confident that he can For additional particulars, applj; to 8., W. tate. AH'pero z interested d are desired to ,, .. _
orby acclamation Throughout the proceed- the sad and a ecw. Sympathise'with' those in the amplest.satisfaction.' -Charges moder- BAKER,.Attorney at I.jnri. Jacksonville, East take t9Uct WCY STANDLTAdai'r. -
&e moat harmony and give "
perfect prevailed "
trouble. Strive everywhere to diffnsd you *" J.L Florida. SEBBONJ.STANDLYAdma'r
M Convention adjourned IB the. finest spir stn&hme and joy.: If do this, will be sure ere .. ? .. t *
to be beloved roc you Jacksonville May '3J, 1651.' 'j ly May 15, lest:; ti." i I NtWDnni11e; Eo PIa. Aprils, 1Ut,

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"THE MARION STAR.." OP ATTORNEY AT-LAW, New Goods nt .LowrIml PI1ees.
published SATURDAY, at Jackson- -
: ville.in the County Duval, and State of Florida, FALL ANP WINTER .GOODS.: SUBSCRIBER would repet ttBJ
A NEWSP AP E R'bearing the above title will be ;April 26._ tf ..1.form the citizens JacklOnYi1J,

BY CHARLES BYRNE. blued at OCALA,Marion county, East Florida subscriber h;;now on hand and offers -.- surrounding country, that nehasjasf j

in a few days; THE: 'sale at very reduced prices,anew and M. Whit :Smith, & .BL ,O'Brlenj.ATTORNEYS DIRECT,FROM-NEW ,ro

FELIX LIVINGSTON, Editor. So far Whiggery and Democracy are concerned well selected stock of Fall and Winter Goods, AT LAW per schooner Ten eriffe, a choice
I ,the paper will be neutral,bat Bound on the SOUTH., comprising every .article in the Dry,Goods ,
t) TERMS: ERS QUESTIOX. line,with ,an assortment of Fancy Articles,selected ALLIGATOR.COLUMBIA CoUNTY, EAST FLORIDA,. Dry Goods, Groceries, -

I t THREE DOLLARS rra ANNUM, in ADV\NCI. TERMS, Two Dollars if paid in advance,if not from the most JFashionable Houses.He .- M. Whit Smith Office at Alligator.. Ware, Crockery, &c.
made to have M.O'Brien Office at Newnansjille. ,
I Three. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. has arrangements goods arrive "
; 1 U Advertisements will be inserted on the following Short Communications from either party will be inserted weekly, which will enable him to..keep.his I .May 31, 18il. ,WTtfcQueen which he offers for sale at ,the ,lowest ."

t ,. terms: ,if couched in courteous language. stock omplete. FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PR
One dollar twelve lines and under Thankful for the patronage: he has received1ho <
pr square Under the Agricultural Head, the farmsr will find I mcIntosh at the store formerly occupied by ,lh: t
S for the first ins ltion; ana 73 cents for each sabsequent ossureshisold. friends that they can find just Harrison, Bay street. Particular
valuable and information advance
matter, any tending to attej
<< Insertion. To yearly advertisers a liberal discount what they want at the Brick Store, at prices ATTORNEYA.T'LAI", called to his large and elegant '
the Agricultural interest of East Florida is so that cannot fail to suit. He would say to those usonLadlcs' -.,
will be made. WTTTILL attend the Circuit Courts in the"t'
licited nom the farmers. who intend purchasing that he is always ready Bonnets, '
or:: All advertisements must be paid for before in- J. A.ANDREWS & CO., and willing to show hisgoodsfeeling well assured Eastern Circuit; the United the States of the latest and most approved style..a, -
District Court at St.
j union,unless by a regular customer. By referring Publishers and Proprietors. that they cannot be beat. The stock consists I Augustine; Supreme ish. Also, to his beautiful stock of
Court at Tallahassee and prosecute Claims for
1 to jur terms,the requisite sum may be ascertained I Ocala C 1851. in part of : GENTLEMEN'S HATS READ '
May I citizens in any part of Florida against the,Goy F-It
and transmitted with the advertisement. Colored,and black silks ; Plain and Figured either before CLO THING BOOTS
II eminent Washington, Congress SHOES h.
: 03 Advertisements not marked: with the number PROSPECTUS OF THE of Prints every; "Jenny quality Lind"; English Ball Dresses French; White and American and Blue I or at the Departments. Call and examine, before parcbasia '"

: of insertions required,will be continued until forbid SOIL, OF THE SOUTH. Embroidered Crape Shawls; Cashmere and Delane rr ADDRESS, Jacksonville,East Florida. where. D. M'CUEN & en

I and charged for. Shawls Worked Collars; Worsted Hoods; Plain May 11, 1850:> tf Jacksonville, May 3, 1851.> ]rOfcto" '"

0 Five dollars will be charged for all announce- UNDERSIGNED, a Committee of Pub and Figured Cassimers; Cloths; Veilings; Green and
1 THE B lue Berne for veils:White and Red Flanels;Scotch
:: j ; melts candidates for office. on the part of thcMuscogeeandRussell Plantation
Diaper;Kentucky Jeans;Kersery's; Tweeds; White Oscar Hart and 1UIII-SIte for
I One square for SIX Months : : 810 00 Agricultural Society, respectfully in Silk and Colored Handkerchiefs at every price ; Ladies o Sale. '

!, Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : : 7 00 vite public attention to the following Prospectus and Gents Neck Ties; Fringe; Gimp and Buttons ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL DISPOSE OF,
of a Monthly Journal to be published in for trimin!!; Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves;Bonnet MI: atprinea j
S j Application for Letters o fAdministration 5 00 this city, under the auspices of the above trimings: Silk Gloves; Plain and Fancy Work Boxes; (Office in tho Court House, up stairs,) I : e. my PLANTATIONon the j

I i 03 All religious notices will inserted gratui03" I. named Associaiion. V sacs; .French Extracts; German Cologne; Knives;; WILL practice in the several Counties of St. John's river, at the mouth of'Jo

I I i U1'1.v. The work will be devoted to tho interests of' Scissors; Razors &c,&c.,with, many other articles in I Eastern Circuit of Florida: and at creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville! ,,
the Fancy line too numerous to mention. tend to tho collection claims situation is known to be the most
!::: All admissible personal communications will Agriculture and Horticulture Domestic and against the U. beautify
II'!I d t charged as advertisements. Rural Economy. Under these, several heads, ICT: October Call and 19 see.1850. WAI, P DEWEES.tf States for Military Services,and for Horses lost, I the river, and is remarkable for its salnb*]

will be included all that the cultureof or other property lost destroyed by troops not a case of fever having occurred then,
: 03: All bill* for Job Printing,must be paid on t ode concerns
'.ivery of the work. Crops, the inprovement of the Soil, the management AGENCYOF said service. many years. The dwelling is spaeiOQlIa
of the Farm, the Garden, the Orchard, Also,claims Pensions disabled Soldiers, comfcrtable, and calculated for the aca
03:: All communications must be addressed to Flower Yard, and the ltouso-Eeeper's depart Dr. S. S. :FITCH'S or the Widows and Orphans of deccoscdSoldiers. dation ofa large family. The land (aboa&

the Editor, poitajc paid. ment. In their connexion with the interests of Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and acres) is of good quality, and well adaj., .

I : the Soil, the other industrial Pursuit of the CELEBRATED MEDICINES.Used soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed, the cultivation of cotton and corn, IDd del

: : % land, will receive tleir appropriate attention. by 1dm Kith datzngaisJeduCceSs in the officers and soldiers. fifty acres suited for sugar cane. Iltrty] .
GREEN'Sd The "Soil of tb? South" will be under the cure of Also, will give his attention conveyancing, admirable site for a steam saw-mill u | c

d TYPE FOUNDE11Y editorial supervision of Charles A. Peabody, Coughs Consumption, Catarrh to examining Tites! and Records,and asscrtain-p mouth of the creek, and it possesses the nit
Esqr., and Coi James M. Chambers. Mr. Pea- in claims in Lnnrs tngc of being in the centre of 'a section

t No. 128 FULTOS STREET, SUN BUILDING, body has be
NEW YORK, AcrricultuXil. Press, and is eaually distinguished Gonorrhoea, Tiles, Female prompt attention; and all instruments of wri There is a flourishing orange grove oat
I 1 1'0,17 CANAL STREET:: Row, NEW ORLEANS.li a* Practical. and Scientific Farmer and Complaints &c. &c. ting will be executed by him with neatness and premises, which formerly produced ania
Gardcn/r. Col. Chambers is one of the most despatch. of a thousand dollars a year, and will j'1

li: 1 TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND intelligent and successful Planters in the South. ALSO JacsksonvilIeJan., 1851. tf do so again,judging from the present, '

j PRINTERS. They will be assisted by an able corps of Con- Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder and healthy appearance of the trees.

i WITH confidence I invite the trade, before tributors, amopg tho practical Farmers and Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lectures Post Office at Mandarin is withiu twos
Planters of the Land. J. McRobert Baker and the steamers and the hon '
f ;' purchase elsewhere, to give me a on Consumption, and the pass repass

,I L call at No. 123 Fulton-street, New York, or at Each number will contain sixteen pages of art preserving Life and ATTORNEY fr COUNSELLOR AT LAW; their regular trips to and from Savaaaii r
,-3 )> N6. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans. where I am quarto size,printed with new type on superior JACKSONVILLE Those wishing to purchase this property
I ;4 ready to furnish them with all kinds of white paper. and furnished to subscribers at Health to Old Jlge, E. FLA. call on, or address by letter, the subscriber,!

I'I f't i j BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE the rate of One Dollar per anum, which must I ffc., Sfc. WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jacksonville, E.Florida.
be paid in advance.: I have: been! appointed Agent for the sale of Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit CHARLES BYE511:

of the newest and most beautiful style. I am I II rr Post Masters are authorized to act the above. Goods, and will keep themconstantly in Benton and Hillsboro' counties of the Jacksonville, May 10, 185t. tf

I ), I'' also prepared to supply the much admired' Agents, and they may retain in their hands as on hand at my Drug store, in tho Town of Southern circuit, in the Supreme court at Tallahassee f

Scotch letter, having: ]lately procured from Scotland twenty-five per cent, of all subscriptions collected Tampa, Tampa hay,Fla. and in the United States District court

I ;) : a series of these beautiful faces, together by them, or if they prefer it, a. copy of- Dr. L. D. ROGERS. Florida; and will prosecute claims against the Private Boarding House .
with every variety of form and pattern of I United States before and the
the Work will be sent to any one twelve months Depart-I a 12
ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, galuitously, who will remit four names with Administrator's Notice. ments at Washington : J1

L 'i Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance four dollars. months after date I will Being located at Jacksonvelle/or life, he will St. J% ugustineMr r.
present my accounts give his entire and
t and accuracy of all the Type manufactured by I r.r All Communications must be addressed, SIX an J vouchers to the lIon.Judge of profession, and all unremitting business entrusted attention to to his his G. N. Fapy has re-opened .faT

me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in the I post paid, to William IL Chambers, Publisher Probate, for Ilillsborough county, for a final care shall meet with prompt attention.J. Boarding House, for the accomzno

Union. By an entirely new method in the of"The Soil of the South," Columbus Ga. settlement,and ask a discharge:! from the further McROBERT BAKER. of Invalids and Travellers generally. Hial
mixing: and casting I am enabled to retain the q turns his thanks for the
VAN LEONARD, Administration of the Estate:: of John )1. Stafford August 21 1S50. pitronagewk&l
virtues of the component parts of the metal, and R.A WARE. and Sasan Stafford deed, and also all per- I he has hitherto received, and hopes that Ian

", ", thus to produce, in addition to an elegant: the J.E. hURT, sons, if any having claims against the estate of I lids and others wh. may visit our climate It-

most Committee of Publication. Susan or John M Stafford,requested to pre J. McRobert Baker, health pleasure, will give him a call, mt-

SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, Columbus, Ga,, April 26, 1851. sent them. ATTORMlYS efforts will be spared to contribute. to tie:-'
heretofore offered to the public. To this last .TflSIILTA TAFFOI1D,dlm' AT LAW, IACKSONVILLE5 E. F.,. comfort.: f'

feature I would in particular call attention, for Tampa, Jan. lth, 7851. J25 6m NOTARY PUBLIfl.COVJIISSIOFR His House has, during the present season,Dit<
I)I' solidity and durabilty of Type is the A.PEW VOLUME: AND CHEAP POSTAGE. '
on princi- appointed by the following Stales dergone thorough repairs has been fo-1
ple of economy, of the greatest importance to GRAHAM'SAU1Cl'JCnl1 Executor's Notice. to take Testimony, Aidants fr Aclnorcl- throughout,and therefore,entirely freeR I
all typographers. The members of the craft edgtmeats to be used dampness. The rooms are large
S therein: andauyva :
J. t will also find me ready: to supply all kinds ofT Monthly Magazine SIX months after date I will apply to the Maine furnished and comfortable. The establish e
Judge Probate of Duval Vermont Massachusetts
Florida ,
county, ,
( R PRINTING: OFFICE FURNITURE is pleasantly situated()n a broad street and i z
Connecticut New ,
XTE for York
.'1 congratulate subscribers, who receive a discharge from the Executorship of Pennsylvania: better
\ I for the establishment complete Printing Offices t' 0 their books by mail, upon the the late Will and Testament Stephen J. Eu- Delaw.reJ Iaryland,North Carolina, accommodations than it affords. can'
found in
: such as Presses, Wood Type, Cases, Stands, change in tho rates postage upon periodicals. bank, deceased. South Carolina, Georgia, Ala- the city, A plentiful table will n
II t 4 DnssPress and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, After the first of July the postage on Graham's WILLIAM EUBANK, Ex'r. barn, Mississippi, Texas. provided, and: civil and attentive servant '
: j:} Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Pig Magazine will be but Jacksonville, Jan. 11, 1851. July, 27 1850. ly charges per week is six dollars,inclod
fire and
I lets, Closet Racks, &c., &c. ligh, and every effort will be made : t
I '11 OH Type taken in exchange for new at 9 2)1f CENTS UNDER 500 MILES. NoticesII give satisfaction,both to Trancient Visitors]

]j I cents per lb. The Trade dolt with on the most: 0:; CENTS UNDER 1500 :MILES.We Philip Fraser, Permanent Boarders.A .

j liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the look A VL G determined to discontinue my present TTOENEYfr UNSELLORATLA couple of well broke saddle ponies in itachcd .
very confidently for
/ }I a greatly increased I business at this all to the Establishment
place and will!
to the persous JACKSONVILLE ,
ground furnishing purchaser an article circulation through the mail at these !:! FLA., be
indebted in for hire.
to me ready
with which he will be any manner are requestedto
pleased and which will rates and :
), ( : bring him the worth of his Masters, will trust that our old friends, the Post pay up by tho 15th of February next, other- WILL attend to any professional business November 30, 1550.OBTAINED tf
money. oblige us in making the fact to him in the
II I 'n wise their accounts and notes will be placed of the
Editors and Printers wishing to establish aiwailable in their i ircuit
a Eastern and
respective post-towns. the hands .. the Supremo
of Courts
f I ; an Attorney for suit: at
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be furnished With the Tallahassee.
-J next number of "Graham"we He has also such PENSION AND BOUNTY
com- A Coy is advantageous
Esq., my authorized Agent to collect an -
I 7 with an estimate in detail of the
mmce volume connection
by a new this number with
the an able
being all debts and to Lawyer at Washington
transact other
I any business for the officers and soldiers
tatingsizo of and kind of
!J paper work to be ex last of volume thirty-eight of the work. The City as will ensure a
for and
Li me. JAMES B. COLE. prompt
spee waror their 0tires.
ecuted. legal
1\\ big continued, and still increasing sd dy collection of such claims rep
I 1 port of Garey'Ferry Fla. Jan. C as may be .
1851 placed
Publishers of Newspapers who wi1 insert the American to janl: in his
I gti this public this Magazine, encourages hands against the United States. Pensions for life,for widows of such officen i
1 l TI 1 advertisement three months and send me us to renewed efforts to make this favorite o Sept. 8th, 18-19. soldiers who marrired previous to 18CO
Executor's ly
the papers containing addresred to uNeslitfs maithly in all respects worthy of its Notice.
i1 Register? New York, will be paid in materials tion of reputa-
being months after date the
r1 1 of my manufacture, provided they purchase six SIX undersigned will RJ_ Kendrick oUr) LAN
The apply to the Honorable
I Organ of American Judge of Probateor
f times the ameunt oi'their bills for Talent. .
'cr't advertiscint The new volume will embrace the letters of dismission as Executor of the Es- COUNSELLOR\ AT LAW, For the surviving, or the widows, or

I,. No. 123 Fulton-st II.New II. GREEN York and, of most of the authors of established writings ate of John II. Whiddon,late of the county of WILL practice in the several Courts of tho children deceased officers and private]
I lJ !{o. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans tion, who have uniformly ,contributed to its nillsborough, deceased.. Ilillsborough and Circuit, and in the Counties of wlio served in the
A. H. Benton
,. pages, and while new names will HENDERSON, Executor. of the Southern Cir
: I added to the already long list of continue favorites.to be Tampa, Fla, Dec. 7, 3550. 6m cuit of Florida. War of 2812, with Great Britain;

\j j Auctioneers gnatiy increased quantity ot reading will'be a cii.isi Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.-nov.17. Mexican War : or in any of the Ii-
j Bcfirs !!
given In the Bears !! !
diUlVar '
r requested to notice the July number we stall commence WILL since 1790.
ARE following Act purchase all the BEARS' OIL and Wm.
Assembly. Al 1 who desire to have THE OCEAN BORN I GREASE that the Citizens Florida will M Twine, Terms moderate, where the claim is. establWd'! I

their terms extended according to Section of I A TALE OF TilE SOUTHERN SEAS. ship to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT, otherwise no charge. .

the Act,must give new bonds. A powerful sea story, from the pen of S. A. One Dollar a Gallon, the Grease Fifty Cents a North Commercial Wharf TheSubsceiber is of also appointed Agent in the Di oi

JOHN BEARD. Gouoan, Esq., of South Carolina. ; Pound, the articles must be Pure or f trill most Feb. 14.-ly Charleston S. Columbia for the
I Comftrol'er. G. P. U.James will continue: his contributions positiveJy reject them. I am a. good judgo of British. Cnmmercial Life Insurant

-' Tallahassee, February 21, 1851. tnd will furnish during the next six them. They must be in their natural state. Company
Bounty Laud
,e .AN1CT months novel of some length,written express W. HUMPHEYS, & General Agency, Established! in 1820and empowered act of Pi*
I amendatory of the seteral Acts now in ly for Grtham's Magazine. WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, WASHINGTON, DC. 'ment.for the insurance of Lives and the endows,

i; force Auctioneers.relating to the appointment and duties of A Stories of Splendid Illuetrationsare Nov. 16, 1850. ly Savannah, Geo. JOSEPH T. WALKER, Will give nfchildren,in London.New York Washington t

now in th, hands of our artists prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY CAPITAL $3,000,000.
4 I ; SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and snrpass any tLJng to be found elsewhere, which will Notice. LAND CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged in Communications addressed to the subscTIi4
House Representativs of the State of in the late Florida War Washington,D, C.,will '
Florida Monthly Magazmt*. No or either of the Indian receive prompt attenuos* J
L. will MONTHS after date
1 in General Assembly convened. That the tax red to meet the largtst expense ba spa. SIX we shall present our W(1rsln which the United States have been :M. THOMPSON

1 upon Auction sales shall be two per centum lie in this department tf expectations'Graham.' of the pub- i accounts and vouchers, as administratrix I or the War irith Great Britain of 1812 engaged I Attorney Lam,and Commissioner of rI
I upon the gross amount of sales I and administrator of the estate of John Sta d.1y Deeds ,North hn"
except on sales and to any description of business for and South Cartla
III cotton not damaged, which OUR PARIS FASHIONS. ,late Alachua county and State Florida requiring an P. S. -Refer if fill
upon there shall ----- Agent or Attorney at Washington. For: necessary,to the Heads of D*{* ,
"I' DC a taX or one b.ur of one per cent. wo shall continue to furnish in addition deed. to tho Hon. Judge of Probate ofsaiJ ring land warrants his charge will procu ments. ,and Members Congress generally. OUt

r t SEC:2. Beit further enacted, That no tax other highly finished engravings, from the to county, for a final settlement ;and at"the same other cases it will be proportioned bo to$5 the In Washington, City, o'YCmberI8.)(). 2m, ted

I on Auction sales shall be assessed or levied by hands of the very best artists. time wo shan apply to said court for letters of ture and difficulty oi the na ha1
nny county .1D4 ovpor&t town.r.ity in this All Post Masters discharge from tho administration said Es- He will :: caso.
and also in
Editors act
arc authorized All interested connection with Agents In Circuit Court:
State greater than r are or Eastern Circe
twenty-five to act persons doeircd to '
per centum up as agents-to whom ttorneys"in Florida who be ,
specimen may employed
take notice. DICY in
the State copies :
tax. STANDLTAdznI'X.
will be furnished, desired. SEBRON'J. STANDLY.Admn'r B ounty land and other claims,on terms which Florida, in Columbia County., :
3. Do it further enacted, That nil TERMS: Ne"na svi1Je'E;Fla. April:3 185iAdministrator's may be agreed upon. Letters (which .should j.
Aucti'Jneerswho have heretofore been : be post-paid) will receive immediate NANCY COOK, -: the
ted according to law and appoin. $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5; ft copies for ntten'tion. / In Chancery,
17 VS.
commissions have Aug. 1850. ,,
not $10 tf I
: 11
: copies for $20. For Nti
yet expired,and Auctioneers who shall hereafter the we will send e.ALL -- JOHN C.Cooi.BiliofDivorce., : bAa
Magazine 5 to '
years one ---
It: the beappointedshallhold, there office during Addrese GEO. R. GRAHAM persbn. persons indebted to the estate George Charles ,DeW al 'I T appearing to the satisfaction of the Cfl J '5!

appointment period of'*lx years from the date of their No. 134 Chestnut sU Philadelphia. Flemming, deed;, requested to make AUCTIONEER, L that the Defendant,John Cook,is a noa'i,
; Provided, That all Auctioneers imnipdiat.payment to, the sident of the
appointed by the Governor May 24, 1851. : undersignedand all. State of Florida,and that his"1#
t the General during the recess of persons having demands against said estate are JACKSONVILLE, E.,F., residence unknown to'the Complaint; "-
Ii Assembly,shall hold their,office OLD requested. to present them properly attested n-SALES in any part of the It u ordered, that the said Defendant doi *
onljr until the end lION BRASS Countyattended # |
ottho & within
It al Assembly next after the" date.of the Gener ,COPPER the time prescribed by law, to to' and respectully solicited. and plead, 'answer,'demur to this Bill **

i polntment.,, of their ap- WANTED. T., 0 HOLMES Jacksonville/May 0,1848 in threevmonths, or the 8a.me,1ri11 be taiea<

1 [Approved by tKo Administrator.. = confessed; provided publication be made i "'"" '
having old
Governorlan.13ISil. PERSONS Iron,Brass or Copper Jacksonville. April 5.1851.) 2m ,order as the law directs.:
f they wish,.to dispose of. will THEBAU.T & CROSBY \
find ,
U ,
ready sale for all they i (Signed,): ,THOS. DOUGLAS. ]
IL U Notice., 'Jacksonville bring, at the FOUN ." NOTICE TTTTILL A.. true Copy Test, Judge 4.
DRY }Ia., and receive liberal EXECUTE kinds'of Mason < j neeE
': SEALED PROPOSALS the St. S for building a Bridge prices- for the same. "t ;. Ehaye; appointed T. O.Hourxsour: 'Gon" Y t' Work at tho shortest notice and the I Feb.l9n 'S. SCACBOBOUUH. Ibid

- received to the baatian River will be Mftvi7GEOBGE:MOC-NEr. Proprietor/ V V cml Age and Attorney to settle any: lowest, f.rices.Tho experience'they have had j lMarchl51.. ] 3oH'STIMSON ..

...;..'h .n,.#' Tn..... _.subscriber_ _, until. _Friday, the if andaflbnslxiesalnthe'name ui rier&Ferris in the Construction of SUGAR'BOILER ,FUR -;- ,
--- v OAUg .'. jftt '
according to plan which, --5 -. mcr Uan. To collect and receive all debts due the'firm ;of NACES will! recommend: ,them to the patronage : ; & OO'flj' r the

E ci Office of the President of tteiStdrfcSSj For Sale. Palmer & Ferris, by Bond Mortgagee-Note ot tl\e plan g comDWl1ty.. ,. edl

kp;: Commissioners of St. John'county in ; I A SUGAR MILL, with all the irons otherwise. also for? ',Darius: 'Ferris Deceased. 'dr.rAll orders fr.oin'tl, country,will"be attended .New-York, New-Orleans ,& last
All -
of 8t.Au thecityrequired. for the necesswy persona hBTIng demAnds agaInst Palmer to with promtitude. .; cult
; ; and nIl application of
needfa :
; in relation explanations The power. &Ferris or Darius Ferris ''deceased 3acksonvi11eMay ID 1851. ,bile Express 'i'
thereto giveD it of iron,,18 inches,in diameter i will pro ,. 6m % ,, ; othEpul
sent the
The 36 inches same to.T- 0. Holmes ,
person who in for
payment an"al1
may length. Also two BY EVERTOFFICES
a for building BOILERS STEAMSU-.
said ,
Dridge1lIberequj measuring 150 and 200 persons indebted to Palmer&'Ferris or Da usee
d gallons
to : : .
givo : ,
for tho due fulfilnwnuf proper security Delivery at Jacksonville Palatka respectively- Hue Ferris,are requested, call on Holmes: mIlE UNDERSIGNED J : the'taU'
wishes ,
cont1'3ct.' ; to
for settlement '
E. J. For additional : and make payment. ,..L-'f: enroloy No. 19, Wall Str a4 ..
r R- DE MEDICIS 'pu-tlcu1ars.hpply' to s. w. Immediately six or eigbt'Carpentn, to et, ,New York, .
6t. Secretary Board: Road Comml881oners. Florid BADR'Attorney!. nt, Law-: Jacksonville, East :Adm'x.ofDpxxsjcc.SARAH p.:FERRIS; whom'steady:employment" 'will" "be given?: at rea' St.;Charles: Hotel t Building,N.OrJv uej j
&Ugt1ne,224Mayl51 '
24-2\ DAVID sonablowages.: Apply to T: : :';' ?IW ... Mpbile'Aget .JL BO
't May 15; J8 i1. L.PALMER. : JESSE ., i, '. ItOD.
tf Jacksonville,Jan 850. -,,tf May 31. 3t : '. GARDNER.: > : 117;: Every, attestie.paidloth,
: JaCkQaTIUC1&. Jra/ti;Notes, fa
:: : ..
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