The Florida news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054483/00271
 Material Information
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 14, 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
oclc - 02705858
notis - AKP5519
lccn - sn 83016250
System ID: UF00054483:00271
 Related Items
Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

Full Text
., ,. ..., -t.. " 1k' .


I .. ..... .. t
:: """ ..
@" : aritultu" :aI._ : ,..... .: 1a t ),'1:1.... t: 3.;:{ 1 ',..:. ",';.t\ V':......................-:"S4 ,. t.. 4",* ,, ".- -fl,>"i ..::;.. ;I.W. .':4f.It'. -... .' ; iiil .
',' ;',; ..O'1I aJtJ A
-< __ : 'J t ':1 .. tI&
.. -- i. ... .. : ... :! : .f i! it} > 'J r In Punch's own report of the '
Charcoal and Water, .4 f1 :... .f\ r" I -c :. ".J1t<:..,i.t-1 ;: ):' :' '!' the opening of
'' bJUonhe: mentions
hints abridge i: ; .' .:4I.jJ.::' (' "L... 1:1.r: the following
useful wo__ % ,-i IdcIdcnts: .
The following : r, r '
t copy from the J Agricultural. part of the__, s ;;.: : et I .: : : .' :. :" V ; )' } : The only? blot, ,as':we. tfianght, ''UPoD .rho \
.... ., tv" : whole proceedings, were the:
'. 1 I 14' unnatural and .
ti 1 Office Report; !" : rtAJ.. : '.1::." '( crabuke .
t .. .
monmentsof' 'ot-
.,. .. ., one UJL wealthiest
About A n0 half of the dry weight of all : ,; ;; J .... '.-' .... ..."."",...;;.f i.3 Jl ,'f" -4j.0"Y peers, the Marquess Westminister ., and bis
f is carbon or charcoal. Of tho other"mo feUQW-officialtho Chamberlai n'whose
r .... ;:" ..t ,' in
more than four.fifths ro.wl.t.erJ orl'm f\ pageant consisted of the difficult but not E
rectI",the' elements'of water, oxy .,.. : very dignified, feat walking backwards. ,'du.
.. f.
and hydrogen. Without the'presence of l. ., 17 .OUR_ comf7By; ; ring the progress of.the procession. We hope

taro both in the soil' and the atmosphere .i. ," .. .. the time is.not far distant when,'among' ,:,tho .
and the --- '
'' it. no plant can grow- presence --- ---""""' -'---- other sensible arrangements of "thepresent
dissolved or gaseous form,is : r reign;a ,
carbon: in t' 1 : wealthy nobleman may be 'released
. ly indispensable: to the yroduction of ell Teg ... f JTACKSONVIIXE. IXA.' 'j SATURDAY, JUNE M,- '1551r : ,NO. 80. from the humlllatwn of having to perform bo-;
i ables. ;* fore. tha 80tereign'and the publio series of ..
It matters little whether carbon is .. ,- I" awkward evolutions, ,which not all the skill of
lated in a solid form by imperfect Select'. Ottt .: receive a number of lashes by "the knout Andto sheriff'.courts, _and even the, provincial senate the posture-master can redeem from the absur
as in the making of charcoal: from wood be sent to Siberia., ..The.cnmeofwhich2theyILccus itself, are' the asylums for military veterans dity.attaching to the contortions of ho mount-

common coal pit or by the slow decay of SPEAKrAKINDWORD. d her: was ,that of attempting. topoison who,daring.their.long service, have never been; bank. '-.
(erenacausis of l Liebig) in forming uJd, her master and mistress.q ... trained up to the law. ,The secretaries draw Not tho least interesting incident of the day
and peat. Tho power of these BY NED OIt EIlWOoD. Alarmed at this information;'the young man documents for them, which they sign-very I was a little bit of by-play between the DnV A/
and exceedingly porious bodies to > < .4 "".>_ .' I' without waiting for more particulars, addressed often without reading; that task being tire- Wellington and the Marquess of Anglesey,who, r
tho gaseous food of cultivated plants should. not as,easy token & petition the war governor r of Vilna,the some,and often incomprehensible to them. when preparing to form the procession,'engaged
universally known. the word that give h pain? old General .Eorsakof,. ,whose power in that The court Vrfcwh had promoted and confirmed in a slight contest,or rather passage: *of arms, .

Gaseous compounds of phosporus obey not rrien shitt.s,chain,.when broken, province was almost;omnipotent, and, if not Sophie's prosecution-insisted of. illiterate one attempting to pass the arm of,'the'.other .
same general law. All well pulverized by it*kindness linked again? misdirected,.was ,very often beneficial to the I worn-out officer, who had no scruple in committing through bi3'wn as tho privilege due to sent
have a similar property of condensing : inhabitants., :JThe :petitioner requested th6 I tho Procureur"General's victinf for ority..The duke c>*utually succeeded: In'causing :
and other gases; and thorough tillage while light and joy impressing, General's, interference,and'an'investigation of I trial to tho First Criminal Court, ,(.Sond Gro- the marquess to surrender' *is arm which .
promotes the condensation of vapors and and rectitude accord, tho case assuring him that the girl was innocent oski,) [: the lnttter never did before; tnd the two YetI -

about the roots of plAntS, to nourish them with every sovereign! blessing. -. and that the legal ,authorities who condemned But how was the deception carried before I crans, who'hnd been often side by silo:on the
. Charred peat jnuck and wood are tho kind, forgiving world? her had been corrupted., .* '. the higher tribunals t ,This would' puzzle the field of battle, proceeded sUe! by:side' >ainon "

t valuable to mix with all manures: 11 prevent Tho general! was accustomed to decide every most ingenious rascality to gucs3. But Bo the triumphs of peaceful''contest 'of' indav-, -
It escape of fertilizing elements which are the heaving breast of ocean case en mi1 ta&re. He had received from the twinko was a genius in his way-he actually try. .
t tile and liable to rise into the atmosphere. mild concede? police court_ an unfavorable opinion of tho peti brought beforo that court, as well as before the I ;n conclusion he expresses his astonishment .
tho gale '
r'r Charred muck, peat and wood, are spring tioner's character, which was described "as highest criminal tribunal; another young woman II. nt the, mcngrences of the United States
in deodorizing night tho heart of wild emotion, offendedat who cantributions, consisting only of a'few wine '
Jf into extensive use restless; and was, moreover, rather represented herself to be the girl in
.t aided by gypsum and tommon salt. By atbing kindness, acorn to heed, ? his authority having been appealed to'by a question, and ,confessed her supposed guilt : glasses, a zqnare or two of soap and a pair,of
y means a fertilizer of grcafp0
t ly inodorous may be formed, suitable to no anguish can impart;,- summarily, 1 by sending the young petitionerto intrigue was the more easily accomplished ROTATIONS ormr. EABTO.;-To the Editor ,-
't planted or drilled with all seeds. Well eloquent of feeling, tho military service for life, in'virtue of tho from the seoresy with which criminal I, of:Punch "Sir, Allow me to call your'serious '

s and finely pulverized clay: is a valuable fail to reach"the heart;, vagrant act. investigations! in'Russia are conducted. When- and polito attention to the extraordinary.
t rizer and is used 1 by: many millions of Still the young man's petition produced a ever the culprit .acknowledges his crime, the phenomenon, demonstrating the rotation of the
'i in China' and sonic parts of Europe, to good effect; the poor girl was not flogged, lest sentence follows without further inquiry : and earth, which at this present moment experience
1. with night soil. In this way it can be voices-were they lent tis,. that might have provoked some disturbance in the jail: being under the control of tho police and 'you yourself? or any body else, I have
;f oughly dried and not part with any of its the music-charms of love, the town. She was merely dressed!in convict's office, and the judges(the criminal courts not not the slightest doubt, would, be satpfied of.

. es. Copperas water and diluted oil of should folly e'er inccnt us, ,apparel, and sent off to Siberia. knowing the prisoner personally, they 'were under similar circumstances., Some sceptical
,I poured over night soil, convert all the might like our passion! prove? The transport.of Russian convicts costs the obliged to receive in this instance, the confessions and obstinate individuals may doubt that'the1

.t into involatile elements. !,, loving one another, government but very little. They go on foot, of any"girl whom the police thought pro- earth's motion is visible,but I say from person.'
1 To command: water in dry weather, and and gentle, of one mind- sleep in crapes or barraks,and the daily allowance per to send to them. al observation it's a positive fact.
1 rid of the excess in rainy seasons, deep dost thou love thy Brother? for their subsistence amounts only to five When the trial was over, the Procurem paid I don't care about latitude or'longitude"or,
't is equally valuable. In the former case, kopecks,aqual to, a half-penny in English money. his hireling well,dismissed her,and drew forth a vibratory pendulum revolving round the sine
oh unto him kind.
at ture ascends from the subsoil by capillary speak This, they, as well as the poor old sol his victim from her cell, substituted her for of a tangent on spherical surface, nor axes, l
t traction: and in the latter, the excess of diers who accompany them, have to eke out by the'wretch who had stood at the bar, and sent nor aspidcs, nor any thing of the sort. That is
. in the surface soil descends into tho subsoil .sa f ttUa1ttOulI.The charity. For that purpo the most attractive her to Siberia. Villainy, however, be it-ever all rubbish All 1 know IS, I'see the ceiling of(
1 meet an exigency of an opposite char8cter.The person among each party of exiles is delegatedbox so cunning, seldom half does its work of decep this coffe-room going round. I perceive this
.& skillful control of water is the first Victim' in hand but with an armed soldier be- tion. Botwinko had had the whole sentence i distinctly with the naked eye-only my sight

in good farming. ; hind-to beg aims of the benevolent; and Sophie carried into effect, and poor ,Sophie knouted' has been sharpened by.a.alight stimulant. 1
OF RUSSIAN JUSTICE. was appointed to be tho suppliant for the he would not, perhaps, have,been dLsconredby : write after my sixth go of brandy-and-water; .

Culture of tie Tea Nut. ,- rest of her wretched companions. his ,colleague at Vitebsk: and he might whereof. witness my hand. .
.. the French prisoners taken at the The road: from Vilna to Siberia passes through have.lived 'respectable: public officer to this SWIGGXMS.
GREENVILLE, S, C., May ID, 1851.To during Napoleon's disastrous I Vitebsk. The convicts had not been long in dy, for of such characters does' tho Russian Goose and Gridiron, May 5th, 1821. L.

the Editor of the N. Y.: Journal of Russia!, was a French General, who tie town before Sophie'encountered Madame system admit of prosperous existence. As it P. S. Why do two waiters come when I only.call ..
which by his wife and daughter. who the from her was however the of Mr.'Getzewicz one?"
l Sir.-That portion of the public Strognof, 'recognized girl ;on report l
some interest in the cultivation of the Tea wounded, he was removed to the very great likeness to her mother, who had Botwinko, the secretary police, and many of i We hope our correspondent did not conclude
in this country,may be gratified to learn house: but the ladies were received died in that lady's house. When she learned his superiors, were thrown into prison. I his evening in the station house. Punch. .
J this morning commenced dressing the Tea of Madame Strognof, that Sophie had: been living with the Botwin-. ,The end of this dreadful story is melancholy, .
I den planted here last season. One bed held, at that time, a subordi- kos, she had no longer a doubt. for in the end guilt triumphed. The Procureur Free Negroes on Free'Soli.

eo planted the 5th of June, and a small under the Russian Govern The girl asserted her innocence of the pre General: having.several partners in his guilty On Saturday ,evening lost, officers Snyder
i the nuts germinated on the 17th Sept., as tended crime for which she was on her way to practices,had if one may so abuse the expres- and Hutman, aided by a posse, made a descent
:r been heretofore noticed. The next Botwinko was then Procureur at Siberia, with tearful energy and the good Ma- sion, many friends. At first, they tried most upon the house Herman Nash, who keeps,a
was on the 26th July; a short bed, about Without the Procurenr's sanction: dame S. believed her; but her husband who ingeniously to bribe Mr. Getzewicz, and to in- sort of boarding house on the banks of the Le:;
feet in length. I find this morning that be done in his department_; for he was at that time.Vice Governor of Vitebsk "tosnbuselns' duce him ttgive: up. further proceedings, but high. for the entertainment: colored to1ks.s
nuts then planted, have made their the Emperorhimaalff.n1 : ouoisy wife's romauuu a*-,. in considerable numbers; sometimes : "Eye Majesty. salary is called them, sent for the officer escorting the that business by administering poison to the both sexes,and all ages, including tho proprietor
plants and sometimes two or three in a twenty-five pounds a year; but he prisoners, and showed her the list prisoners, unfortunate Sophie. They even threatened the of the house and his lady. Some of tho
d They are, now in the third lief, looking 1e4'h' a good income by receiving : not only of the crime imputed to the orphan Governor of Minsk himself, in an anonymous party had helped 'themselves to a sheep be
z and healthy. These nuts, together with other duties, he had to visit girl, but also of the punishment to which she letter, to do the same for him. longing to. one of the neighbors, ,which was
and to the
1 principal planting that followed,were all daily ; report upon had been condemned. The threat, it seems, produced the' desired slaughtered and mado quite a feast for the
ted in the open ground mthoat any manure prisoner patients. lie paid great In the face of an official document which appeared effect on tho honest but weak-minded man- hungry darkies who had been fed on nothing
,,0 protection as I regarded the soil of of the unhappy General"his who required tO be, rtal* V, ncLgirl's ." \loiol.d 61.0 oveing wun wnatvacapct I'Wplu..ne had to but cold victuals for some time-and scarcity;' _....
any ;
for despite own deplu- with circumstantial contend-so much ""
offence that his
and am desirous of ; presumed own life was in at that. They were taken before Esquire
e ficient the strength to, its adopted climate, and to it was decreed that he should consistency, Madame Strognof began: to waver danger-he sent his final report 1.0he (at that Back,' :and sentenced thirty-six hours imprisonment .
>t ing the vicissitudes plant to which it must be subject.g wife. That lady aught a contagious in her belief of Sophie's protestations; but the time) lingering Emperor Alexander, with a in-ihe old Jail, except Mr. Nash "' .
main of Tea Nuts did not was raging at that: time at Vitebsk, unfortunate girl asserted her innocence so request for further instructions. In the mean and his family,who were committed to answer
g shipment China and India a few hours. This event so dis strongly and incessantly that trie Vice Governor time he returned to his own residence at Minsk, the charge of keeping a disorderly house. All
from ,
at this
j o the 31st plantation of August. On the 4th Sept. General that he. eoon departed this himself waystlengtk induced to look into leaving the illustrious Vilna officials in their the others were discharged on Monday morning -

commenced and was continued until the the only consolation that Procu- the facts. The first suspicion that enteredhis own prison. with directions to leave the house in two
of Oct. Small, lots have been planted a married but childless man, mind was derived from the circumstance of Shortly afterwards the Emperor died at Ta- hours,under penalty of being recommitted: for
It will his daughter. This promise was the document stating that the culprit had been ganrog His second brother, the present Em- thirty days.
date experimentally.
since that
1 that the, nuts planted in July and and the orphan was taken punished with the knout ; whilst it was evident peror, Nicholas I.-greeted, on his accession to I We never saw a more pitiable sight than
Strognof, and established under that that dreadful the throne with a formidable insurrection at
have been more than nine from her appearance, 1 these poor blacks presented, when they wero _
_ in germinating the ground., None of those planted since roof. Her parent's property torture had not been inflicted. He caused a St Petersburg and with alarming conspiracies I.. turned outof tho prison into the storm. Their
have and judging from of a carriage, horses, jewelry, medical man to'examine her, who testified that And political intrigues in the army-had no I bodies were covered with filthy rags, one
t. time Sept. occupied germinated by the ,last, cannot be % sums of ready money-was also not a scar: appeared, yet tho knout always time to direct his attention to so trifling an af- woman had:an infant in her arms, some of the
for time to come. The heat: for the of by Botwinko, in quality of leaves ineffaceable scars for life. fair as that of our heroine. Political prisonerswere children were shoeless and stockingless, and
t some is excessive the Thermometer for the little orphan. In consequence of this discrepancy, Sophiewas to be punished first, in order to spread in this condition they stood in front of the
: ( ,
I' -whom they called "Sophie" remain for some time at Vitebsk terror among those who were not discovered
at 3 o'clock 90 to 92 allowed to as jail, not knowing what to do or where to'go to.
j days of indicating but not in the slightest became very engaging, and was under the plea of illness; which, at the request yet. The stability of the throne would not They presented a very fair illustration, in
temperature, A salubrious: climate, by Mr. and Madame Botwinko. of tho Vice Governor, was readily certified to allow him to alarm the administrative servants wretchedness and poverty,of the ability of the
ful gree mountain oppressive.breezes and cool refreshing an opportunity, when any visit by an official surgeon. After some delay, a :and other criminals: who never thought of sub negro race to provide for themselves and families .
harmonize soul and body and give equal the Procureur's house, of praising memorial was forwarded by the unfortunate verting Romanoff's dynasty. 'Hence, with the when left to enjoy their freedom 1 The
ure to the recreations of; the study, and for their kindness to her; and sufferer to the late Emperor Alexander, in con- exception of the political offenders, all others, negro population of this region has ,rapidly
., field.. with other circumstances, con sequence of which a court messenger was sent whose actions were pending in different courtsof increased within the last few months, and
toils of the
the promotion of Mr. Botwinko; immediately Vilna. justice. but not yet adjudicated, were amnes unless some measures ara taken by the Legislature
Your ob't JUNIUS servant SMITH, t'.L. D.SuMTtaTILLS the more profitable situation of This gentlemrn brought back: to St. Peters- tied by the Emperor, on the occasion of his to rid us of the growing evil, our entire
at Vilna, the capital of burgh an enormus volume containing the so- coronation, in 1826,at Moscow. State will be over-run with herds of blacks, f
C. 31.TALL called depositions taken at tho' pseudo trial.- Thus, the Procureur and his associates were who will become a perfect curse and insufferable
S. May from their*old connections, and After careful inspection of them the Emperor released from prison, losing nothing but their nuisance. It is better to act on the preventive
COTTON.-We have received from who knew all the circumstances of decided that they proved the legality of the pro former situations. The Procureur, having now. than on the defensive hereafter.
plantation of Mr. John W. Dargan: near history, produced a change in ceedings. So artfully were these infamous depositions scraped together a fortune by his bribes and Easton (Fa.) Argus.Io -
vicinity, several stalks of Cotton from of the new Procureur-Genera1 framed, that among them appeared graspings, did not care much at becoming an

, portions of his field, which average about towards the child. Their kind- the formula of a chemical analysis of the poison independent gentleman.What More Coma _
. inches in heighth. We are informed by Mr. diminished. Sophie was not Al- which the girl was accused of administering, became of Sophie's lover-tho unfortunate There is no doubt'some quackery the corn-'
that they are fair specimens of a portion of in the drawing rooms, in their and a full confession, to which the culprit's clerk, who was sent to the army for his doctor's trade but there is more ignorance.For .
crop.-Back Ricer Watchman. at Vilna. They incessantly signature was forged. honest but untimely application: could not be the benefit of both him and his patients,;
her and ultimately,she was therefore from the throne was learned. He may now think that the punishment discloso which
BRAG TURNIP.-We received during the with ; The answer wo will now. a secret will ;'rcleive -
week from friend who was passing our I. to the kitchen under the control not only nnttavorable' but the authorities of was deserved,and that tho girl was really humanity from.1 load 'of misery, not the
, sidence several specimens of spring but, on the census of the popula- Vitebsk were reprimanded allowing the girlto guilty; but it is more than probable that ho less difficult to bear than: it is unpitied or ri
: that cannot, easily: be beaten. Wo had the taken, in 1816, her name was Inscri- importune his Majesty without sufficient will never again interfere to restrain tho grossest diculous. The caasc: of corns and likewise of

riosity to measure the largest which was books that of a serf. grounds. injustice.And the torture they occasion, is simple friction; -
, what over twenty inches in circumferenceIbid. poor girl grew up, she became used Notwithstanding, Madame Strognof was not hero ends oqr melancholy tale, which and to lessen friction, you have only to use
"'rrapoaed upon her. Associating discouraged and, to the great alarm of her the censorship of the press in Russia preventedfrom your toe as you do in ,like circumstances a
with the servants, they considered husband had another petition drawn up and ever before being publicly related. Cor- coach wheel-lubrican it with some oily sub
THE FUST OF THE SEASON.-Wo have and taunted her when-rely- forwarded, with a suitable memorial to the roboration can, however, bo derived from the stance. The best and cleanest thing to use,is a .
had the pleasure of examining two fine, infantine recollections she, laid Princess Maria Fedorowna, the Emperor's mother inhabitants of Vilna, who lived there from little sweat oil, rubbed. upon the effected part
filled ears of mutton corn, from the garden descent-by calling her in deri who was known to all the country as a 1816 to 1826 ;from the archives ,the criminal (after the corn carefully pared),with the fin
our friend Gen. Chandler. The seed was French 'General.7 She pious, and charitable lady. THIS petition, pre- courts of that place where M. Getzewicz's cor ger, whicjx should be done on getting up.in the
of March and tho growth entitled to better respondence is preserved from the list of all and 'before into the bed
ted on tho 1st ; well that she was sented to his Majesty by his own mother, had ; morning, just stepping
have been very rapid to have produced in ; and that, in the absence of:rater SO great an influence:over him, that he ordered the crown servants of Russia, sent every yearto at night.. ,,In aw.days tho pain will dunjnish.! .
short a time tho specimens before us. If she had the right of disposing of the to be brought to St. Petersburgh. Ho the State Secretary of the Home Departmentat and in a few days more it will cea e, when the,
Gen. is not fond of feeding his friends on oruiDg to her own will. A strong felt girl convinced that some unaccountable mystery St. Petcrsburgh ; in which, for 1825 ,and nightly. application'may dincontinuad.. : ..
corn, he willmort certainly enable them in _to alter her condition was,,pre- involved in the case. i 1826 Procurcur Botwinko was reported to beimprisoned The writer of this paragraph suffered" from .
ture to supply themselves with that luxury of.young clerk in a gov ry : at Vilna for the above case and that these horrible excrcsenccs for years. He tried
the shortest notice.-Ibid. whose duty sometimes brought In due time Sophie arrived St.Petersburg, tho Strapchy of Oszmiana:was acting in his all sorts of infallible things,. aad submitted to
to the Procureur for signa and underwent a rigid examination. ,She asseverated -. stead as Procureur fro tem. tho manipulations of the corn-doctor;,but all, ,
For time past in our vicinity with the most earnest truthfulness,: '
some crors
with his in vain the more.he tried to banish.the moreS
Botwinko engaged ; ?
been ivcrely suffering from the long was of the papers this that all the: depositions :were fictitious; that' RARE; EnouAM.-The history of a certain they wouldn't go; or if, they.' did go, (which
ever since the planting and the perusal wicked invention William Smith who lived at Is thuspithily'
whichjaas prevailed for hours in the chemical analysis was a ; J; Penrbyn, happened once or 'twice under the strong prc- .
late cotton. Every species of crop has kept dangling time these hours and that the. signature'to her fabricated con-. ''summed up 'on. ;tombstone _in the ailment of caustic) they were,. always sure to
severely, and planters are generally a fession was a forgery. She also denied that: churchyard of that place i ? ff return with tenfold venom. Since'he tried the

ing of bad stands, especially ,of cotton, eventually spent Inthe.80ciet10fSophie made proposal of mar; any trial had taken place,'or that she had been "Here lies William Smith; and, what is oil some months ago, he has had,no pain, and
has to a great extent been parched up. a to leave examined in any court whatever.: ,Upon'this,1the Somewhat rarfeh *. is able to take as' much exercise 'he .chos ..,
consented, but unwilling appointed Mr. ,Getsewicz,, the, ,Ho.was born, brod and hang'd In
Emperor tho influence of this mild persuasive ,
Through ;
On evening we she Aim
like apprised
yesterday a fugitive, '
most This hero parish"A
-'Who known as a .
of Minsk was s has already ,
Governor of
fall of rain which will much contribute to and..humbly requested one of the most iniqnitioufi his corns'
Vilna ,
vigorating the tender plant, and developing of the property which she had been trustworthy man-:to go personally the result., VERY PARTICULAR MAS.=Not long ago, on taken itself' off entirely the others he,
energies. The supply of rain has ,been had taken charge,of at her parent's to investigate the case,and to report the were tho coast of Africa, a captain was going to throw still pares at raro intervals, bnt suffering. _no, -
seasonable, yet 110Cluite.JO abundant as For this purpose the papers and girl ) one'of the crew, that was dying, overboard, before inconvenience whatever from them, he has not ..
necessities of, ,the growing crop 'require.Ibid. D ral at firit excuied him- forwarded back to Vilna.: he was dead. So the man says! "Y u alnt agoingto thought it necessary to have recourse to'caus-.
immediate The. mission ofMr.:: Getzewicz was,by no,: bury me alive, are you?" "Oh;" says the cap. tic-which sometimes, not carefully used,'
giving day he her'presented an himself at the po 'means an easy,or:'a pleasant one; he, had to' tarn, !47ou" needn't,: be so JoDy particulor to a few and vinegar and water* applied.at;once ,to the, .
A the whole of whose functions were contend with.swwrm of official insects,which,; .' toe, causes almost as much smart as the actual
ROT. Correspondent '
the Trenton State Gazette says he was control. What ,he said or, did, is like Canadian mosquitoes when disturbed' A London, paper, notices: exceedingly carious caterChaatber's: .Joutaal.a _
of Jersey \ but the result was that Sophie was the new-comer, from every side.;: However groups of itaffoa animals exhibited at the .'n'orld'a ',
ed by a respectable New commit. Mr. Getxewicz stood his ground firmly Fair by a German. Jhey consist of a series, tab Most objection* are UkecaU'they; aro very.
last. year he made several experiments in custody' b1.thffpOUCOj'nhd+ . H soon\ discovered that: the secretary of the leax,'in which the animals portray either a 'scenefrom treacherous, always alight on their logs sea in the
culture of the Potatoe 1e with marl, had drawn the' nature or filnstrata 'some well-known,feblo. dark and have nine lire; do what' yon like they
other,with plaster of Paris; and a third elapsed before her.fate was i police court who sentenced' foil up fe to depositionswas Siberia!JO.r' There is a learned; pundit of a fox reading a book; como to lifo again, and it ia almost sheer wasto.of,.
pulverized charcoal. Where the charcoal home. It was stated that,ahe'ab ft convict,associated with robbers: :and looking aa wise at a Lord Chaneelor; there u time to..,attempt, getUnglho better of them.
been highway
used .an entire preservation of tho crop The cleric; banished,t ePr cureur' having 'a love scene on a sofa' at which,",no.!ono resists a .
the result. All other remedies used proved \ not discover theca se of the'girl's He had.escaped, and was retained !D.his:situation ", smile Tho Tillage school, with ,tho,.instructress The keeper of a'groggery happened one,,day tar "
and'as all,Russian 'criminal by r merely changing ,bls'.Chriatian name, holding tho rod ft capital;' there Is a: frog' with a break one of his tumblers He stood for moment .
tally ineffectual The potatoes raided by j' conducted' ':with secrcsy he and by being reported''dead: *, by Mrs Botwinko.::, I parasol,equally law able.: .Two'hunting' scenes, looking at the fragment*, reflecting on his loaf, and =
the he has ,
we of charcoal are only potatoes are court were then turning to his assistant, he cried out'Tom'sa
components of the rest'of the in a boar ;and a stag arebrought to bay by
fcmUyWj and for seed, toe th* coming" byla'mere'accldent..thAtthe and hounds quart of.water in that old "\ !w' >J i
Goa. girl.had been sentenced by a superior court.,.to., no less eu'flci u ;: *In, Russia_ 1 ,: the police' ; : lithe arc beautifully arranged., .put cognac.. '" .. .. .

... .
..;.. .. 1' .
." ... '.....- .. ;;r".t ::
; ; -
i't t


.. .. # ..

v q3

--- -" '" .- '-" "- ..,.....,N -," '0," ,: ,; ;"" ",,,' 'rJ ; '" ,-. '"'. ''' '''>'" ,"r.Qs.6//i\.jj...\. ", :;'' 1t;< 'f"t!: ."'..' -... ..,', !!" ',.-4J. 'litl .".' ..;..-. .A. < ,,:,.1.- : .- ,<.J. .

'.4 .'--" --'"--'...... ,6 ,

.. ... .. .. .
-' fa= ,...- :I .:jr. ,
:L \ ""fran:Seaate 'Bntlert8X1 of discord betweenfor .them, AN AWOBTIONMIEKT. _gt1<.tl3n. "NOT, IN-THE as America' ,l enforced or Spain,customer t since they of our an no productions longer ; Drawn ..V'4.&""tJ1'1r vies:t .
before the tribunal of r theil1ro1Id be.at least as available to our emigrant ;
..f; :-"TURLUDS, *-EDGKttELD C. H, ) ry Georgia has had the The CoJum e 1hph. not only insists since *U Independent as If still subject to our rale town SUWiKKD,. .-S'.moL M i .
the :
May 28th, 1851.' i in her hands-will have that the old Palmetto State If going out of since they refuse to help us by refierlng of our M-.1:1lf" A eD&& mi

i 70 C.. IT. 8l"ru, Levi Hill and her interests and will Union .but alsoJ when ,'the. goes out, _she";will, oonriet population;since they are sources of weak- dro ned-=alaiost:4n'the'' SPrl;; \
a her in the Confederacy to.ascertain to us In times of peril! or
in that State that : call sisters nest aid not of strength
:A. I irra ,. &mhrg..8. C.I spirit
I I 1Lg t Commonwealth on earth. ; and fork.orer: her portion of the property war; since they pay: no part of the expenses of themothercoutITi days ago. .If he had been drowntdo'e '- .
Gentlemen You did me honor yesterday, to of the ,The Telegraph and only a small portion-of their 'bfs'de&th wOQid
and Cprofita" concern. have
I on me conformity with the followingt you deliberate, is a : ,,. since mismanage their affairs and impede mpPco ea used' .
own we
t resolution, adapted by' numerous subscribers real bond oCU'nI n says: their|progress; and since they themselves wish to sensation,". but as he still unhes: ,thr<, -,
for the call of a public meeting in Hamburg Gentlemen, in your As we should ba entitled to share of the pub- be set free from a fettering and galling yoke;i- stance has been prodaetiTO of/
firm. lie pf01)elty-our share of the investment and the which will .bear the test of close I i'"
fJ on the Slat inst to wit: "That.C. W. Styles, I of the.copartnership Is also our duty to what argument, lag titer than any 'small circa '' '.
be Yours, with profits investigation be adduced to warrant our retaining msta acaI:
Hill and A. Wra Esqs
Led appointed
I call the co-States for settlement With them we "
on ? met Well I '
them in tutelage lately.
I wait on Judge Butler and direr ? suppose yon wtatd "
committee to made the bargain, and with them we should propose '. .]
t t the publlo invitatitn to him to attend and address to 8ettleand not with the Federal Government Tho troth disguise it as she.may, England what there was so funny In a poor fe!

I I i J 'the people on the day named-the object And when we notify; them of our intention to withdraw has seen her best days } and the very fact of ing ;"drowned-almost_ ?F. Ha .:ioii : .'
..; of the meeting being to consider the question THE it might IDem advisable to notify them of our served '.' .
sacrifice of the
her preparing" to make the great propensity poor human
of separate secession of SouthCarolina from desire to hare our share of the public property delivered
i all the other States in the present!Confedera over to ua, or it"* ,value In,.money, as itmfght national pride involved in the abandonmentof to laugh at the accidents and mi y
to fortify oUr State and purchase or ..eother +
+i I cy. busld serve Navy .. her colonies, is of :itself sufficient evidence people? I once saw.an old lIthe '
a .
: Allow me gentlemen to thank you personally, bills with of'national decline. That .power which she I ice .in.Broadwsyl,and hurt
hare in the hemlxi
: r, for the acceptable and polite manner in which Now, we seen nothing I .
I! yon acquitted yourselves of the duty imposed regard to an1such'apporUonment of the spoils,, has abused 'for so many centuries, and by when a loud! hngb from ,the spectators" !

: and it really does that, i inasmuch, as enabled to deluge nations ....
I upon you,-and to return my cordial acknowledgments 'appear which she has been ed, alltsomfthlng very amusing .had ;
1 to my fellow-citizens for the flatter- the old gentleman (Uncle Sam) is not dead yet, with blood, and forge chains for millions So it Is, and so it will e,'DO matter igij '"
and must still be considered the representative
'\I address ing compliment them on implied the occasion in their indicated.call on me to JAC: of the estate, he ought, in fairness, to be con I of human beings J -:'that ill-gtten and ilI-used we may moralize about it, and we all. '.'

I' From intimations: which I hare receiv,it is suited about such a division. But if this Is not ; power, is departing,'and the great pirate. of till we: were sore, not so much beeau i.-

probable, I may be called on tn..raress other Saturday, rune permitted by the new Secession creed, :we suppose nations is settling down into the condition of a L.'was drowned-almost ,as'because: 'of .

,r I: meetings of a similar character, from the best the States might. begin, at.once to prepare second or third rate power: in Europe. Within it liij aAltbouglt
view which I Ute of the the balance sheet. Some of their accounts tray happened. '
can duty, hating a regard ;
for my official relations to all the peopleof AGENTS FOR will be very 'long, ,but Florida,,having been the last twen.1eari_ the British lion has become ,drowning generally, Is' a f' -'

I S. C., I hare: come to the conclusion that it Maj.JOHN BEARD, "konsarned in the ventur" only six, years, can tas gentle as a sucking dove," and England commonplace maUer- f.tact sort of '

,: would be better that I should not mingle in J. G. REARDON, Esq., short work of it if the gentlemen of the the most amicable,, ,and, peace,loving nationin was.different,in the case" of our
'; such public meetings just at this time. Telegraph win only show us how to. state ac-: the world. No sacrifice is too great for her yonagJS
The subject of your meeting is one of great T. P. Kxffii EDT; E q., There would be a difficulty-rand we the and avoid-the L. ,He and some companions .wear ,t6' :
I; I magnitude; and one which will be discussed by Gen. S. RUSSELL, as a compromise,that the next Legis make to preserve peace Spring at the proper hour for bipeds oC '

ti the people. I sincerely hope that it may be so B. FRISBT, Esq., relinquish' in favor, of the seceding shedding. blood, always excepting In India, gender to bathe, and finding irobes'
1lJ.! discussed and considered,as to lead to no intestine 'CEKTER Esq. St. bur title to the Pensacola Navy Yard.- where she can enjoy her favorite pastime without some: .-.
f\ or party contentions in the State itself. GEO. Telegraph men say they want a Navy,and the danller of involving her with other na hanging up -to dry, oar romantic

I The crisis is one which gives to your meeting Judge A. STEELE, is quite possible they might catch a small sn'd where she can employ the natives, determined to,enjoy the delights,of iihe;; '
It great dignity and solemnity. I hATe every of one at Pensacola.-Tallahassee Sentinel.It in the identical scarlet robe which he
reason to conclude that the result of with their own money, to cut each others : kaafk
your SOUTH to be the of the Tallahassee Sen belong to 'the "loveliest' '
seems policy of .Ler: ?
> sex.
proceedings will justify a high opinion / your throats on a large scale! "ftg
intelligence and Many labor under !, and some other prints of the same stamp, lo was something'poelic al in the
patriotism. But she is bound over to keep the peace in thonghty
I cannot conclude this communication without real state of publio opinion in In our midst, to throw ridicule on every pro and America. Her enormous national romantic ;lover was quickly attired, 1 1\:
making a remark or two, on the great subject the present moment. Because n that lays claim to equality of rights for the Europe ? flowing robe of his adored water
which has occasioned your meeting. izens, and some of her leading States. This'method of disposing of ques debt, never to be_redeemed,-the deep discontent nymphti;.jJ.

No one who looks at the certainties of the I immediate separate State cti In controversy between the two sections, Is of the most wretched and debased population ing good swimmer, .he jlanged'at cie i

past, and the tendencies the future, but must j attempted to be drawn by more easy of accomplishment, and much bet in Europe, which her manufacturing, audits aquis; in other words;into.deept_j

regard anxious the concern crisis in and which'we solicitude.are involved-with of opinion exists as to the suited to the mental calibre of those who adopt agricultural and .mining population.is mainly: But the treacherous robe,-. ofiipplj:

A large proportion of Southern representatives stands towards the Federal than the.nse of legitimate argument and logical composed-the situation. of Ireland, like a' itself closely and modestly to his limbs, seojd

+ -and several State Legislatures, by sol sinuated, if not broadly These weapons they find rather cum slumbering volcano, ready to-explode,- the to turn away from him with. aversion-uj}.

t emn Resolution, have declared that Southern party in the State satisfied !, and hang them up to rust. Such a course of condition of her colonies, disposed, on the first floated to the surface, as he passed' ben

I ,I :institutions not safe in the hands of the Federal Government, and may answer a temporary purpose, and fur favorable occasion, to renounce her authority, When he rose, he found his head and haa..-..'
present Federal Government. They haTe reJ to ell post aggressions, and light editorials at the expense of a'very small '
i cured too asses the -are all so,many bonds, in a :large penalty, completely enveloped that: he'conld'notiset
many under deceptive ,
e I
and fuller violations of their. of cerebral matter, but we doubt whether it
masks of Compromises and organizations to to keep the peace. That penalty is, in case of In this manacled condition he, soon fooadft'
: would be willing to resist. We the best method to convince the reflecting that
look for future security. Another question violation of the bond;the dismemberment of the bottom of the and
( has presented.itself for consideration-woul d the indications.we can collect, North is always right and the South always : Spring, having don e m,U.

f the non-slave-holding States, by an adequate In South Carolina, entertaining British Empire. The first gun'she_ fires. ,_.in a rose again to the surface; again he deseea1

amendment of the constitution, give additional[ believe there is no difference For our own part, we cannot see anything'so European or American-war,,' win pe the signal sub undis; for the third time he rose, and .

guarantees, for the protection of Southern Carolinians as to the duty of ridiculous, as our contemporary seems 'for that di!dismemberment. She:would never hibited a small portion of the..hem of flit

i in rights which} and Mr.sectional equality I-The manner isting circumstances, and if I discover,In the proposition that, in,case of a sep emerge, whole from such a conflict. Ireland, ment on the surfacewhich was seized by ostifj'

(; an amendment Calhoun's of the Constitution intimations, was to received prepare J were prepared to act, or even a of the States, there should be a division of India, and all her colonies, would be lost ; ,but his anxious friends, who.plunged to his.rt*&

t in Congress: is a pregnant commentary.on this Carolina would be nearly I common property. It seems, to our poor nn her inevitably decline would only be hastened, HATing caught the unlucky robe- by its Ion

1 new subject. action. To secede, or not to ee tanding, quite just and natural. If the South: not produced by the event. Her doom is already extremity, he towed the unhappy diver i to'tti

Mr. Calhoun commenced his last speech with State sovereignty,Is the only que robbed of her portion of the common territory written-her destiny is prononncediand shore .
the as.it.were in a wet sack! To :
following passage : public opinion. There is no from Mexico with the of
approbation when the arch!lpotT lt of nations falls" :
"I have to the of the whole him was the work ota moment. lie soon tlur*
believed from the first that as tendency "submission" friends to -
are they going quote she will fall amid the execrations of the millions -
the agitation of the subject of slavery! would, eral Government on the great ed signs of life, and in a few hours was atM(:
the South In
precedent against all future
i : she has plundered and oppressed.nummary '
if measure not prevented end in by disunion.some! timely and effective Southern States; nor as to the ? If so, we shall soon realize the bit enough to .stand the, most unfeeling and.'ant. &":

L Entertaining this of the South, under alt the fruits of the lo-call/fcLJ"",..-*- '--"-.TIaa unmerciful mirth I ever witnessed in a'cnS.
I opinion, I have on all proper occasions : Execution of a Wretch. "
{ deavored to' call the attention of both of the are surrounded, preserving her ta of that measure predicted these results. Our readers will-remember the ,accounts ized commrnitJHis gallant reply to.aflfcj

!' two great parties which divide the country, to cial institution In connection ) foresaw its moral and political consequences. which we published some weeks since of that''it would have been a delicious dead
a '
adopt some measure to prevent so great a disaster and under the present nna n ) warned as that new aggression would follow murder committed in drown in that dear scarlet robe." -- ",

but without success. The agitation has' Her most moderate politicians e on the heels of tame concession, and that we Washington county, Ala.; Yours, 'i'ETU:.Jo

been permitcd to proceed with almost no at- till the cooperation of her sister still submit, until at last, we became butts by JOHN B. HARDEN, and a negro whom 'l'fti:
tempt to resist it, until it has reached a period No. he had stolen with other -;;
when it can no longer be disguised or denied cured. man recommend t't the shallow wit of the very Ingrates whom we property, from.agen. --'--- ...... 'I'J.a n.. T ft _
than until resistance can DO tleman in' Florida.- 'From the
nurtured in our own Duavms. correspondenceof The
that the Union is in danger. You have thus Placer Times of the lit May, eonW
had forced upon you the greatest and gravest as we understand it, is the one or mote States should think proper, under Mobile Tribune, we obtain, the sequel of following accounts of some.biglnmPs: which't t
C '
question that can ever come under your con things In our sister State. Intolerable tense of oppression and wrong,to ex the tragic affair. It seems that HABDW' was lately been found;and also of,the discovery of R

sideration-How can the Union be preserved finally pursue, in the solemn their undoubted sovereign right of resuming arrested in Shelby county, Ala. The, writer vcr Ore near Stockston: .
The mode securing the Union as indicated proaching, we dare not venture ,
r original Independent sovereignty, Is it so very says: PJtOJ'ITAB .xWOBL-Acompanyoftour '" (
by that experienced Statesman met with nothing has a right to act as seems to her engaged in a gulch at Racerrffle -
that should claim their
share ,
the t&
t but the denunciations they of He was carried from Shelby county to Hen- are I.
i of an impatient ma daily tl.OOO, or t250
I cats and her honor are in her or"' apiece.The gulch had..
? Does the Ala.
Sentinel A
common property
jority. ry county, delegation was sent from previously worked; but by digging! into the tab
What alternative then is left to the Southern power on earth has right to it ridiculous for the Methodist Church South, Milton Santa Rosa county, Fla, ,to get him and washing an extra quantity: of earth with fe

States-Nothing but the province of taking cise of such rights as belong to separation from the Church North, to claim her I from the authorities in Alabama, and bring him Long Tom the company.. are enabled to make that-

care of themselves--how is that to be done?- and Independent State. To of the common property? Has he seen to Milton, which was done. Yesterday he was wages. Y
I answer by the formation of an adequate Government sovereign State to secede from "in the bill," that can authorize the Metho- executed in Milton by the people, without a MARIPOSA Ltmrs.A lump of gold found Oi-"
such a Government as could invest itself -' she maybe party,when she trial. The negro who assisted him, belonging Marisopa Diggings on the 18th ult.weighed Ill IU
f with the powers, and discharge the duties to have been violated, and, to Church South to claim a division of the prop to Joseph Forsyth, was also hung at the same On the ZZd. two lumps were taken out at the not

"{ I of a political sovereignty, among the nationsof rights and Interests of her citizens ? Not a word} and therefore,by his logic, the' time yesterday, Friday'May 30th, at 12U other place,worth one weighing f 570. four pounds' and a halt;.and.
the Earth:-Boundless in resources, commercial belongs to the North! What say oar Meth. o'clock. He confessed the crime and said he
:C : agricultural, and manufactories with that she Is bound forever, and friends to the submission doctrine "In Church richly deserved death, for he has been villain QUARTZ DISCOVERY :tEAk ROUGH AND RiA)t>
stances, to the car of a dominant On Saturday last a vein of
a numerous and intelligent population, with State?" all his life. He had twenty wives living and quartz was discovered a
Is to set consolidated Deer Creek, about two miles north of Ron ud
Statesmen wisdom and ity, up a had killed sixteen men, and all he
experience and withn was
witticism perpetrated by the Sentinel, about sorry Ready,of great richness.! It la '
supposed ex
under which the liberties of the far that he
model of the best Constitution that ever was was wall not permitted to live long tensive and is
Pensacola undoubtedly
Navy Yard Is an of then
ont-eron I
devised. The Southern States have all the would have no protection, and worthy of the rest of enough to kill four,_more. He and the negro now being worked about Grass Valley.

elements of a great Political Commonwealth, from which would bo through the patriotic article. He may continue, as hereto Jack were both hung to one treo and buried in THE MiJtEES AT HEVADA;...Business

some think that South Carolina by seperate revolution. As long as the rights to furnish weapons to our enemies, bat we one grave. Repentance nnd remorse were kind has revived at Nevada 11ee the late fi11r oval'

secession, could cxclusittly assume the position sovereign and Independent tell him he Is mistaken,if .he 81lppo there' strangers to him. He said his father and rain. The miners are doing much better at preset
of an ample governmant for all the purposes of ever bo "a difficulty" between Florida and brother were both hung. He refused any fur than they have for some months past Those aS
national eracy, are maintained, there will ther confession he had large quantities of earth thrown
: existence-there would
are comparitively Carolina He need not this as implicate many up, are eoaM
i "lay
very few who would act on such an opinion.It .- interference with the peaceable to'his soul." Their flattering heads families who passed as respectable, now to wash it, and receive the fruits of months
would be to sever the State not alone, from of secession. When this right Interests and feelings and would thereby lease many widows and or previous labor. .,4
the Northern States, but from the Southern al many denied,-when the identical-their destiny Is one, and they could ,phans. Nevada.A FINE took SEECIJIE.I.' -A minor in the vi n". f

lies and associates, and in its operation, would upon which this Government Is if they would, divide it. They' may differ Ho met death without a shudder, was as seventeen pounds oat,a strongly piece'of impregnated quarts: rock withp was*

certainly require great and destructive sacri been subverted, and the law of the expediency of Immediate secession, but cool as A cucumber. He repented of nothing | It is valued at $2,500, and was found close tsurface. -
fice._ To speak of no other it requires the sacrmce ted for the moral bonds which about the right; and when the day comes, II he had done, and said that he would (if turned .z

I or inc only great Sea Port City or the ever come, when that right must' be as- loose,) be as bad as ever, if not worse. The only SILVER ORE.-We have heard of several rich.
State: What Statesman could give such advices us together as one people,- and maintained, the Navy Yard will be their request he bad to make, was not to be put to coverlet of silverore in the country adjacent!
under such juncture of affairs as exists the Union continue? This problem and there torture. He said he wished to be hung and Stockton.' The Times says that there are*tfc*
property, will be
present time and yet many talk as flippantly of no occasion for decently buried. Yours, very respectfully sands of tons of this ore in the region of the lie
Those who are for Sonth-Carolina. moving reign State, and keeping her in about itEDINBURGH Creeks. Dr. Brown, some time ago, found a veil
r I alone, have, I suppose, objects beyond her three feet in thickness, near Carson' CretV sal
if the
sep a* perpetration of such
erate existence. How and when she is to move an REVIEW. > (Correspondence the N. Y: Express) numerous other similar veins have been fovoif,
#t requires the profoundest judgement that ever sible, even If permitted by thoso hare received No. CXC.-April 1851 Important from M zaUan. An 'Invasion from Col Powell favored us with a specimen from aB&tt
!R has been exerted on her destinies. with her a common destiny. Call/orala Expected. he has in his poe8ef8! oni and, from this statemeat
able and valuable Quarterly. "Shall we conclude that Mexicans,in former
As a distinguished MAZATLAN, May 8. -The times,workat
Georgian has report brought
South Carolina has. taken a proud remarked position NEW PAPER. our Colonies is a leading article in the steamer from San Francisco, respecting an in by. the veins in the region of the Four Creeks., 'f'

but she should not so occupy it, as to exclndb; We have present number,and is a question which is vasion of this portion of Mexico, by an expedition GOOD Lucx.,We saw yesterday a splendid ep
received the first cimenof
of California
ethers under command of one Gen. More pure gold, weighing 680.. The bolS
Southern from occupying it with her." The Star, published at Ocala, by J. A. discussed with great animation by the .head, do not create much uneasiness, here., which it was found is situated In Kentucky raft*
people are beginning to see their true and edited by D. McCrimmon, Esq. journals and periodicals of the United Depend upon it, however there is trouble brew. between Deer Creek and South Yuba. Th -feU
condition. Issues have: been made, and are ing in Lower California. From the appearances of i*all coarse, and singularly enough is imbedddfe
now pending in Mississippi,Alabama and Georgia in politics. We heartily wish like every other great measure of thing, there is a deep feeling of,, hostility towards a stratum of clay. One has to dig down about eight
a that were never distinctly presented be of Marion. policy,the negative and affirmative sides "Loa Americanos," entertained by the Mexican In- foet before reaching this, and there it was so c 5i
fore, and, as certainly as Iamritlngr ihcW ..A:........ 'question has each iU advocates; and-each habitant Should this feeling seek the least pira that the miners who worked the claim picked set
issues tical'manifestation, the "'ftU1bUJt .the pieces from the cla .:::
will come to judgement-they will be The "Evening Journal" is the furnishes most excellent ros'- of California They found threentoi
forced to judgement. The next arguments to would have all they want-a pretext to pounce upon weighing toether$1,000, one of which was perft*
presidential tidy little sheet just started in 'the wisdom of the the Mexeeans the Iy round. The fortunate
contest will leave policy of the course eoart--with a view it may I gentlemen are'KST Bav
; aspirants of the South many stranded.of the great'political published every afternoon, and be of eventual annexation. Yonrvin haste, nett, C. W:and J.A.Winship,and&.B.ElltvsetJt.
I At the of
next Boston and vicinity.
later than the ARGUS. ; ;
cession of Congress Southern Representatives, morning paper. I ; Cobden is the leading advocate for the -

t '. insult who have their been so hopeful, will nave as much i DU.EL.-The. abandoning the Colonies, and his ra. Florida Claims .a-aIn., A Call/oral Expedition A=mliut Mexle ;
Savannah G
What stomachs can bear. I possess much force and plausibility The In our paper we lately expressed our belief;rounded The crime referred to m the following extraetfi
was the state of Inst :----"An affair of honor a letter of San
public feeling among says : of twenty millions of dollars on what we had heard, and upon.the reasonableness a Jose'correspondent'of the .4
people three years ago? What will it bl on the opposite aide of the annually, to of the thing, that the present administration California stated by the C li1'Ornf&.P&JIerI to*
three yean hence'under. the the certain te' (.go gentlemen of this city. The up the' Colonies, is rather too 'much' for would empower the federal court in Florida to ex- a projected expedition to feTolutionhe.one of *+I
hrt dency of events Under the divine right. jff fles-dUtance thirty paces. After Britain to.par.under the free- trade poll amine and decide the disputed claims of Spanish head Mexican has States: n is also stated that Gen Ms..
t usurpation and sanctions of a blind and American subjects arising under"the9tn arts enlistedjarge numbers of men, ad
t 4 the conviction will be forced on the majority two abote, without injury: to either When she compelled her Colonies to ex- clo of treaty between the'United States ,and* plied, the with arms' which bon .the S .
people -
' the South that they must take pf' Interference of friends, the trade with. herself when she reoeired Spain. 'e Governor Legiaialss
cils common coun adjusted, and the Bat perhaps the administration after the this evening, (Frida .) a message announongsh
to parties ,
avert oommon dangers. The returned productions and furnished all, paving;
to their this -
force other attempt awards of the Mexican commissioners lately mado dep fm tote, on-the 20th
Southern States to follow our lead ,she might afford top pay well for the here, have thought it bat ''equal and consistent to ot a criminal it:
1 would be A dangerous :PASSAGE.-! Savannah C. nt.o'J
experiment and in the .
: awards the
my But pay Florida courts and i
opinion would result in failure and Qth-1Dst. i things are now.chan gel ;, the ; we,con Qr Gener Cao
in disaster. says:- fine steamer fess we cannot well see why one class of such cases t bor wW
One move by South-Carolina, is to bring about McNelty,left here on Thursday are not' as good customers as formerly,' should alone be paid. We think treaty stipulatians 4 muskets '&I Moe

hopeless Isolation or civil,war: I hope it will clock for Palatka and returned to there are many strong reason;arged by should be strictly observed and promptly executed Francisco sold, through the house of Be Otis ft CoVof s
not be regarded as egotism in Cobden without fear, favor, or the apprehension of a large portion ,
me, when I why public .
they should o l
say 1
day u cut
2 adrift '
morning o'clock thority
that I have more firmness in a crisis than ; stopping dipleuure.-U_ oClw or an, othe and
:;. ness to' make one. When South-Cvrolina, boldI does I stopping places o. the route, ,m may be summed tip as follows : asks aced the pec t'h atho The .PP

move she must be'prepared to meet the conse j.Savannah to Palatka'and back,_a, govern them HI rand, governing them as ': THX AxKRiCAif ;JUG FIBED' on in'<< CtTB4-- the d of me'lo by law)'
quences I shall her I miles'in from a distance, and The prehenO )ore ete off
; help : 43 running hours., She hl.'YmllUch an Immense brig Oregon arrived at Boston on Wednesday n b ,
.. I believe-that, the great State Rights cause herself to be, the fattest boat on them and variety otherwise of them than to govern we cannot from'Cienfuegos. 'She reports thatoifihe to arrest h,Mone It Is' w, gone
m. .
44 and principles are stronger in the Southern waters." of difficulty ,They are perpet- .6th instant, at,6. r. .., as the ship 'Margaret .the meaerge
and, dispute ,they al- red a select -
States ; are Webster.
than committee"
they have beating the harbor t
ever been. There Is less qu.rreJUn.with,, us, and. complaining of up she,, was
us fired
jealousy between neighboring States, than for Tax: Sot1THDK ST !t 'nnfrequentir breaking out into open re intofrom'th'e tort* The first ball passed A fellow w-doubtin wh cell
merly, when Federal ; they for ,the stern,',and the second' took or not he eh
new yearn effect
preferments pre charac a daily morning paper with the fnd&peJidence'and would on the volanteertonghttheifexicans. fly!,
ter to party. God- halU joined South Carolina published In Charleston h purchase Immanltfrom 'our 'vexatious In bender near the main chains Tho aMp i waiving before his eyes OO'ot&I
.t 0 and Georgia together, and let no man or ,men C. PRESSLT be ; and Ignorant control by encountering all :was then Jbrought; to,:anchor and remained or Death,* ba fp
rut them atonjfr! :rlloae""o EIq.; ,The Standard' and 'difficulties i to .which '.. severance of there ,allpight. '. In.the.'morningt6 "Vltr him.: is tube&
BOW ''' seed J Southern at a captain Vlctr a
Confederacy.: connection might expose them.- came to town to he, uba' why E.t.sd
i then, the colonlea up have. the. :ratler'investi. .tictor or :
: are I "
i commercially as free ted. ,. I I P that.>, said. he' TictorT or cripple-, aDd 'I ap,

.,., .
: .

M1i .

t ..




.: -- ., .0'....., ..... 1"'. ''''""t -: .Y .'.... -,'::<" -t"'L' -''''' -'''''''''' --- ...... --- --_..- '+ 'J; ....- ,-.. _.....4 .........._......._ __.---.-":'----... '> --., '" --"-' .... .., '. H' .,.- ........, .".....,., -.,' v' ,-- .... ,... -- ,:. ."-: '
J ;\

s1eieEvapto 13'Oai ; m ; -... ,:: ., ,1ti .
tot-&aes' 3 'lttaeasist 1rr''
: eM. NOTICE i'fOrp ; :
eb3r. ASSBNGEBB !u- MJLMB 0 .i;<
eyrrtir I
: t
THE OLD JI.ilN The "
of the -
..' ..,.BTJRL&JUj .. > progress Monnons la like the -- -
mmmm. gathering snot ball Mr: Taylor;! one of,theMormon l
The old man has gone from hi*detolaie'dweQIng ,, : ,SUBSCRIBER tales tats opportunity
Frm tfe Sawn.s1' Ctargian.Great ,, ;Missionaries eat out from Salt Lake JliifJ '" THE:
r' Flood 1* tie Mla1a1"LcDrCOIJl His.. tons and his suffermgi forever art o'er," Valley write from Europe that two large establishments litlr Cottons that he still continues: planters the&anufaeir Lone Staple-

v Tr.1ue' 6-10* P.JU! The tears down his'. pale'cheeks, no longer, are are fitting out ,in London for theaty O'l(: ci.er'th. loth' day cf June, the day of the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GEIS
t -J'" sAnd of Salt Lake. Oae' far the f .
:stealing, comet out purpose t> departure of the steam packet '
theMiaalaaPPi double
his nsual
flood has occurred In k ; { '- and single; at rates and is
Agrett to the voice of unkmdneai han him of manufacturing.. : broad and other dOhS.Test1ngl '
grlere the
Lad Wisconsin riven destroying properi7 no merinoes MAGNOLIA ready to fill all orders at shortest notice.
alpacas and other fabrics "
incalculable amount A large ,portion or more. ".Tnothiserrorfitheginwe -,' ,For the reputation of the-Gins,'apply to fie '
n of that description with shawls
is inundated, aDd several together CAW..PHcNELTYj ro I01fiDIAgenfs'or to :'those, who hue them
Fort Winnebago 7&a
blankeflannels1 : Th establishment
carried Recall has closed o'er. them other From Savannah to Palatka will be TUESDAY in use '
mills at Peru hero been ; : .
ouring S&inoutanes spoken,'of comet ,out for the of ..
he Burlington (Iowa) Gazette aWes His sins and his narrows are an buried there;, manufacturing sugar,from the beet purpose root on arriving SATURDAY, connecting with the ,AGENTS. lVillalonga .
of the )fi'** are tYl1rolen Enough that the Savior of sinners recdr'd him;' the in .Steamships.
rw'r. A 'TiClIlUy.- same principle as France.. These willrequire & Acosta, Center ills ;G4CapLB.R..BythewoOd .-. .
ad much damage done In the flood Accepted of him.was the penitent's prayer!' a great del of; machinery, which it is FLORIDA AMD_ A 1'11"_A.', Beaufort S.C.

he river 1.1 within J8 inches of the great V *, contemplated bring out, together with men For. New York,She will continue to :leare on Scott&DeVea u. Charleston;s. C.

f 184L At Hannibal, Mo, the for river miles ia rising in He rests in the grave now;his ad journey ended to-work its; the object being to manufacture Tuesdays throughout the year, Tison &Harris, ,Ocala. E. Florida. .- .1\_ \ ,

frapidly, and the country :is inundated.WASHMGTOX fifty "There the wicked from troubling". forever shall erything to be required in the valley, so as not Carrying the United'States'Mail Fernandex, Blab e &'.Co, Jacksonville E. F-

length, and six in breadth, "cease*, to be necessiated to purchase it elsewhere.- R. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. ', ,,. .

e June 7. Sleep! weary one, sleep'! bided Angels attended,. Cleveland Herald. For Freight Engagements or Passage, having K Hoyt & Co.Savannah, Ga. _

Till the trumpets loud shall superior accommodations, :State,'Booms,. &o, 8.L.Niblaek.Co., Alligator P.. s' .
peal, proclaim ,thy '
r. The Pdstmaster General has made arrangements At the World's Fair a recent incident in apply to the Captain on board,or to LarUnger.& Harris,.EUxabethtowc.,Lowed e s
i by which,af\erthe first of July, letters release. :- .-I high life has.caused quite a sensation in fashionable FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & CO., County, Ga. ._

lo the West India Islands ports of the Gulf of circles. The truth of the-old adage, Agents at Jacksonville, or to ALSO *- : ..
Then this. form now consigned to the dost in d.iJ.rhonor ,
coast of South ; M. A. COHEN
lexieo and on the Atlantic Hhe Jaw is no respecter ot..peJ'lmln! has been '
: Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the-
Post Offices on at Savannah.
4 w be sent thro' our realised.' Capt Somerset, of the'Goldstream Agent '. .
Repayment of the U. S. postage to any inch All glorious shall soar to theregions of day; Guards, drove his phaeton and pair into Hyde Savannah, June.3, 1831.g .. subscriber, at moderate rates. Persona want

1 Sorts in the British possessions, and with Bnt- For the humble in spirit are crowned with God's Park contrary to.the rules; and he was stoppedby rThis Steamer will leave Jacksonville for lug Gins, or Gins repaired. ., please direct to
Agents or to s.: L BURNS .
4 added when destined for places inthe The Savannah FRIDAY MORNING at 0' ,, ,
favor 7
h postage a policeman. Captain Whipped the policeman :every 'St Mary's, Georgia. .
+ possession of other Governments. While the proud ones of earth are sent empty severely and finally drove on. ,He was clock. until further notice. ,May 31, 1851. 6m
f The Postmasters of New York, Charleston, away.' A. stopped,'however,taken in charge,and brought June 7. tf
svannalb New Orleans, San Francisco, Mon- before Mr. Hardwick, at the Marlborough Police

erey and Diego will make up mails as aboveour :' The Methodist dwell Caae. Office. -After' that magistrate had heard Masonry, Bricklaying &c. A. NEW Vouncr' AnD Curie POSTAGE.. *'<;-
at Havana who will deliver them -
Consul the he Somerset to ten ,
case Capt. '-"
> ; *
On Monday in the Circuit Court at New York, GRAHAM'S
ae the British Consul, to be forwarded thence days in the House of Correction! The haughty -
Mr.Choate made an ,argument for,the defence. Thebaut & Crosby .
t >the points of the destination of the Royal' Having published the formal point assumed by the Captain,of aristocratic zwne.nd position, American monthly lIIDgazl

[ail West India steamer. complainant: we subjoin those taken for the de tried to beg off by the payment of any SUM of mAEE this method informing the Public that .
g Allen F. Owen, Consul at Havana to carry fence. They are as follows: money-but the firm and impartial magistaate, JL they are prepared to execute all kind of Masonry TT7E congratulate our subscribers, wEe Ii-
operations into effect. : from the Bricklaying, Plastering, Ac, in a good and TT cei re"their books by' mail the 8
lie foregoing L The Methodist Episcopal Church is religious would not swerve sE'ntenc&-Tery workmanlike manner." They ,are well known to upon .
society, established for the promotion and spread of properly rnihg the Captain, that he shouldset the Public as competent mechanics, and referenceis change in the rates'of postage upon periodicals.
snored Invasion .! Lower California Con- Christianity, organized in 1784 as an episcopal a better example of obedience of the laws. given to work already executed in Jacksonville After the first of July the postage oa Graham's
finned church independent of the 'English episcopacy; considered and its The Magazine will be but # .
This is by some a very severe sentence vicinity. experience they hare had in .
v WASHINGTON, June 5. and, prior to the secession hereinafter;mentioned, the erection of Boiler Furnaces ,'
immortalized will
Hardwick Sugar
but by Mr. by others recommend
extended through part of the United.States. 2XV MILES.
't every them to the of Florida.
from Califor- exercise planter) *
learn from a gentleman just for the judicious and fearless, ,
I 5
r IL Said religious society existed under and subject K7" An orders from the interior CENTS UNDER .isoo MILES.
!. who knew something of Morehead's move- of his magisterial and judgement It is thanfully received -
ua, to the law of public or charitable UStLIlL power and attended to. Their .
a ante, that he has gone to Lower California The government and discipline of the society said to be the most. remarkable event in En-. win always punctually be moderate. charges We Tery confidently 1c for a' greatly increased

iLh two hundred men, well armed and prod.x prior to 1808 was under the jurisdiction and glish jurisprudence since the incarcartion of Jacksonville, June 7,1851. circulation through the mail at these

;ioned. His opinion i is, that with this forcejorehead control of district or annual conference!', held In Henry I the Fifth, when Prince of Wales, for ly rates,and trust that our old friends, the Post
can take and !hold: possession without each of the several districts into which the territories striking the Chief Justice. Masters, will oblige us In' making the fact
within their limits were divided-composed of Masonry Bricklaying, Plaster '
declare independence, &c. available in their respective post-towns. .
4 lifficully, the clergymen within their respective districts; and ing,, &c.THE With the next number of"Graham"we commence

4 New YORK, June 10. from appeal! the lay proceedings to a general of those convention bodies, consisting generally an of bituar! 4 UNDERSIGNED takes this method of a new'volume, this number being the

as r Cotton Las advanced Vic. Sales yesterday, the ministers, comprising the annual conferences;' DIED, in this town, on the 1st fast, MART R, the public that he is ready to last of volume thirty-eight of the work. The -
1! bales. and which convention exercised original as well as infant do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, Stucco ong continued, and still increasing support of
600 daughter Ophelia C. and W. L Cole, (formerly
Work &c. &c. He will-furnish and this
it Lind's engagement with Barnum has appellate powers. plans the American public to Magazine, encour-
(' erainated Jenny mutual consent. IV. Property consisting of real and personal ear of Albany, N. Y.,but at present Florida,) drawings,.when desired by persona for whomhe ages us to renewed efforts to make this favorite
from this to-day fork tate, commonly known and distinguished as the aged 15 months. is engaged to execute work, without extra monthly in all. respects worthy of its reputation -
.j The Specie shipped port Book Concern,has been, and still is, held by trustees charge. He is well known to the citizens of of being .
ivre, London and tturmuda, amounts to subject to the management of said ecc'esiasti- ".
Jacksonville mechanic
as a competent ,
cal of the Methodist The Organ of American Talent.
: 300,000. jurisdictions Episcopal 51Iartlte Journal work he has performed already for citilensof
which is subject to the use following vi*: to be The new volume will embrace the writingsof
JV "for the benefit of the the place, he refers to as an. additional evi
:. Fron the Savannah c* appropriated travelling su most of the authors of established epota
and worn-out PORT ,OF JACKSONVILLE JUNE 14. dence of his qualifications.
ernumerarysupenumuaedt ,
.. Four Days Later from Europe. tion, who haYe'uniforml1 contributed to. its
their wives widows and children."
Jj Casts and ,Moulds for ornamental plastering
and while will continue to be
Advance in Cotton. pages, new names ,
Arrival of the Pacific- V. The said Book Concern was originally commenced -
I NEV YOEK June 7-5 P. M. by the travelling preachers,and it has been The U.S. Mail Steamer St.Matthews arrivesat also furnished. JOHN IVERS. added to,the already)long list of favorites, a

,t held, more especially since 1808, in connexion with. Jacksonville every Sunday, from Savannah, N.B.-To Planters he would say he has much greatly increased qnanttty ol reading, will be
,; The American steamship: Pacific his arrived, and in subordination to, the judicatories of the and leaves every Tuesday.U.S. experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, and given. In the July number wo shall commence

.. nth Liverpool dates to the 28th ult. Cotton Methodist Episcopal Church, who are the managersof Mail Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives every solicits work in that line, confident that he can THE OCEAN BORN ,

.. pas firmer, and the market had advanced an I the charity. Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves give the amplest satisfaction. Charges moder* A TALE OF THE SOCTHER.t SEAS.'
q [ighth on Middling qualities. The sales of the I VL The .Methodist Episcopal Church, through every Friday. ate. J. L

r.. eek amounted to 27,000 bales, of which exporters its annual conferences,as such managers, cannot be : Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday from Jacksonville, May 31, JS. l. ly A powerful sea story, from the -pen of S. .A.
took bales. Fair deprived of their power and control over said funds, Godman, Esq., of South Carolina.
and speculators 6,000 Savannah
..f unless guilty of a breach of duty, established by I' and leaves on Saturday. G. P. R.James will continue his 'contributions '
at six and a half ((6d.) Administration otice.
Orleans was quoted ,
Steamer arrives from
Magnolia Friday
the decree of a court of equity. on and will furnish .daring the next six
'! ad at four seven-eighths ((4.J) to HEREBY GIVEN. That six ,
Middlings Savannah
TIL The trusteeaare accountable for those and leaves on Sunday. months novel of -
1 Ire and a quarter ((5Jd.) funds and proceeds thereof to the Methodist Episcopal fltpjmtPiLjtarah.Snoldlng leaves for Lake from the date hereof I shall ap- Graham's,a length,wrltten'exprew .
It Corn was: more active ; Flour was better; Church and ite j.di. t.' .., -.d 'are bound Munroe on Monday, returns'On'"X'1X1Jnd-r-- pijr-iaihe Honorable Judge of Probate of Du- ly Magazine.

.. [roisioDsstea1y; Sugar-very: active. Consols to pay over said income in fulfilment of the trust ral County,:for Letters of Administration on l ,A Series of Splendid ,Jllut rations.

t ere selling at 90j American oecuritics under their mananement and direction, to the ben- the Estate of John Beard n,late of said county, are now'in the hands of our artists, which will .
eficiaries. Taken frort the Records of the Custom House -
, ere steady and in demand. VUJ. The beneficiaries-to wit, the travelling r deceased. ELIJAH PETTY. surpass any thing to be found elsewhere in '

t Political: news unimportant. supernumerary, and superannated preachers belonging Entered. May 31, 1851. 6ir Monthly Magazines. No expense will bd spa
r to the Methodist Episcopal Church, and 12.-Sch.Athoe, Robinson, Charleston. red to meet the largest expectations of the pub-
!, |Sew York Cotton \Iarket-r-Political Intelligence. hair marina, have no estate in, or right to, the Cleared. Administration Notice. lie in this department Graham."

the said funds, or the income thereof; otherwise D. .. TVT OTICE'IS OUR 'PARIS
T.-Drig Masardis, Hopper Navy HEREBY GIVEN, That Six FASHIONS
i A.LTnlORE: June 5. ban time as in the the same administration are given out of to the them charity.IX. from. timeto Brig Frances, SaTin, Navy Bay. -L i Weeks from the date hereof, I shall apply we shall continue .to furnish, in'addition to

In New Jerk today Cotton declined a half Said trustees are not under the control or 9.-Brie Sophia, Wyman, Portland. to the Hon. Judge of Probate of ,Duval other .highly ,finished engravings, from. thd
,l..c) with sales of 1,000 bales. Middling Upilnls direction of the persons who may have contributedto 11.-Bng Braganza, McIntire, New York. county for Letters of Administration on the estate hands of the very best artists.
13.-Seh. Geneva Park
; are quoted at eight And a half ((8>2))- the charity, and who thereby irrevocably parted Navy Bay. Charles S. Smith, late of said county, AU Post Masters and Editors authorizedto
s fiber& Co., cotton dealers, have failed. with the same. deceased: CHARLES, SUMMERS.
d From Boston we hear that the jury in the X. The members in the Southern annual confer- "Cfjettfetoa"JOB May 24,1851. 8wExecutor's act as agents-to whom specimen copies.

4i ihadrach rescue case have: failed to agree up-' ences or districts, who left the general conferencein will be furnished, ird ired. .

verdict. 1814, and subsequently formed a new general PRINTING JJFFICE .. TERMS:, ,
a n a otice.
conference and a separate ceelesia.stica1jurisdic- .
I CoL Bigler has been nominated as the Democratic tion under the name of the Methodist Episcopal v, months after date I will apply to the $3 per annum. 2 copies for $ir, 5 copies for

t candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania Church South, seceded and separated from the SIX Judge of Probate Duval county,Florida $10: II copies for $20. For $10 we will .end

a Methodist Episcopal Church, are now no longer in HAVIX received from New York a supply of to be discharged from the Executorship of the, the Magazine 5 years to one person. ., ..

I. The new Constitution of Maryland has been connexion with the Methodist Episcopal: Church, Type and other materials suitable for Job Printing, lust Will and Testament of Martha Thou, deed. Addrese GEO. R. GRAHAM;

e opted by about 11,000 majority. which is now composed of that portion of the former we are now prepared to execute, at the shortest notice PENELOPE TISON Erecut r. No. 134 Chestnut st, Philadelphia.May ,
r members who remained in it, and are identified 24 1851. '
with it. .. all kinds ofPamphlets Feb. 15th 1851 6m ,

The nl1 fL1o-U"r r Platform. 1. The general conference who adopted the report c1rna1IErst.

a The National Era thus concludes a sketch of of the committee of nine-a plan of settlementso Law Blank, Hand Bill, Administrator's NotIce. PROSPECTUS OF THE
d c&1led-had no power to act in the remises. Business Card, Show Bills,
,tins!. WEBSTER'S Ute Bvffdlo Speech. 2. Said report did not authorize such separation, Visiting Card, Bills of Lading, NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN, That six SOIL OF THE SOUT .,

I "\Ve hive: not room for the speech, of which but was prospective, and was accompanied with Labels kc., fee., '". from date, I shall apply to' the

k- re have given a full outline. It is in Mr.Web- conditions and terms that have not been compliedwith. V&-AU tills for work of this kind,to be paid on final Hon. Judge of Probate of Dnval county, for a THE UNDERSIGNED, a Committee of Pub -
from the
, ter'. usual commanding style, and affirms no delivery. June 14. discharge Administration of the :. on the part of theMuscogeeand
3. There was no cause of complaint against the Estate of Solomon Huffingham, late .of said Russell inTite
ai to of his declarationsthe Agricultural Society, respectfully -
rinciple repugnant any action of the general conference to render a separation countlof' DnvaL, deceased.
''t memorial speech above referred to. But their action NEW CLOTHING STORE. public attention to the following Prospe
necessary or expedient; general tii<3L B. ROSS Adm'r.May .
' ius of Journal, to be In
y carefully enlarging upon those parts of his (and more especially in the ease of Bishop Andrew) MODE,*Agent, has opened anew CLOTHING 10 18:;t. a 6m a Monthly published
abile career, in which he has opposed the ex being warranted by the rules and usages of the J. AND DRY GOODS STORE, on'Bay street, this city, under the auspices of the above

nsion of slavery, and by throwing in many church. one door East of Mr. J. Finnegan's, and respectfully Executor'S Notice. named Association.
k eneroas: sentiments in favor of Human Fre- 4. There was a special agreement about the property invites the citizens of Jacksonville and the The work will be devoted to the interests of
of which have given in the in question which should govern, Of the action surrounding country to come and see for them- NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, That six Agriculture and Horticulture Domestic and
t t om st, a sample extract he mast we have be- of the general conference is available,) in virtue of selves. You will positively buy your goods in this from date, I,shall apply to the Rural Economy. Under these several heads;

s: quoted the Buffalo, in appeared different which agreement the plaintiffs under the case can new store cheaper than ever you did in Jackson- Hon.Judge of Probate of Dun county, fora will be included all that concerns the cultureofCropsthe
re people a very have no right thereto. sonvflle before. J. MODE. final discharge from the Administration of the
of the Soil the
ght from that in which, two years ago, he ap- XL The secession of the members newly organized 6m inprovement man.argment -
June 14, 1851. Estate of John Yeomans late of said county of
,, of the Farm the Garden the Orchard
- eared: in the CapitoL How his Southern as a separate church if it hid been legitimateand ; ;
! riends will receive his reiterated declarations fully authorized, and with the entire consentof Dun, deceased. Slower Yard,, and the HoUS-Keeper'1 depart,
hostility to the extension of slavery and his the church,would not entitle them to any portionof Florida House For Rent.TH WM. B. ROSS, Ex'r.May I ment. In their connexion with the interests of

xprescions of that has no said funds without an express agreement to that above well known HOTEL, situated t.a, 1831. 6m the Soil, the other industrial Pursuit of the
I; regret Congress e sanctioned by a court of competent Juri dic- In the city of Augustine, being in land, will receive their"appropriate attention
, wee to act the evil la the States where
i upon tion. .perfect order is for rent, for one or more The "Soil of the South" will be under the
i exists,remains to be seen. XIL The plaintiffs are not entitled to any relief yean,with or without the furniture. NOTICE. editorial supervision of Charles A. Peabody; ,

We can guess how some of his Southern prayed for in their bill. June 14,1851. tf A. H. COLE. STEAM SAWMILL; FOR SALE. Ssqr, and CoL James M. Chambers. Mr.Peabody .

endi will receive this speech. They will go Mr. Choate (says the Commercial advertiser) was -.. rpm s SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on reasonable > has been for two years connected with the

E to ecstatic hysterics over all the egotistical evidently enfeebled by illness, but, as he warmedin To Post masters-Post Office_ termshis, STEAMS A W-MILL Agricultural Press,, and is equally distinguished

ad personal passages wherein Mr. WEBSTER. the progress of his argument,and he delivered which many Stamps. AND MACHINERY, at Garey'sFerry Du. as a Practical and Scientific Farmer and .
of beauty
passages singular eloquence .
remises to stand by the Constitution, and were appended by the audience, so far as they Postmaster at Pleasant Grove, r,j val county, Florida. The Engine is 20 horsepower Gardener CtfL Chambers one of,the most

t ikes such flaming declarations of what he could venture to do so without disturbing the decorum TilE Co.,Maryland,wu the first person I 10 inch cylender feet stroke, and 2 intelligent and successful Planters in the.South.-
? auld do under certain contingencies. They of the court. in the U. T who conceived and undertook extensively toilers, 24 feet long, 36 in. diameter; all incomplete They will be assisted by an able corps'of Contributors =

,; ill not notice at all those passages in which to publish,the idea of supplying all post offices I order, and ready for immediate use. among the practical Farmers ,and .

r r.WEBSTER. avows his free soil propensities Slave CUe la Cleveland. with cheap stamps. AH stamps to made other by that him I ft has also a corn mill attached. The Engine Planters of the Land: .

, nd shows what we have repeatedly asserted The Buffalo CommtrciaT'Advertiser ears: are warrented be.procured, equal at the or,superior same price,any and,whenever and Machinery will be sold separate,if desired. Each number will contain sixteen pages ot-
' can
i hat is advocacy ,of the Compromise was in Miss Minor, a resident of Louisiana,,is traveling any are sent out fa any way defective or unsatia&e-: For terms, apply to arPaIatka, or to my quarto size,prime
t (o substantial respect an abandonment of his east, accompanied by her slave Mary. While Cory, duplicate shall be forwarded,on notice,with I agent, Jas. B. Cole. white paper, and furnished to subscribers at '

orm South.Co.r in Claveland last week, a writ of habeas corpus out charge. An who order a set of straps WITH A. H. COLE. the rite of One; Dollar per anum, which must.,

KK UZ Telegraph. was granted by Judge Atkins, directing to CHARGE iron DATES be, at Two In Dollars adlibitum.only-(for I Palatka, Ra,May 10,1851. tf be paid in advance. ..'

show cause why she detained or restrained the thirty Address iccu-shall"Post Master kept, Pleasant stamps Grove, 'AUegattj I rr Post Masters are authorized to act a* '

sew I'Iaatq MacJdae.OD liberty of her servant. She refused to appear Co.Md." I Dissolution and Formation of Agents, and they may retain' in their bandy

our list of patents this week there is one or answer, and the Court discharged Mary, Any editor pabli a ling the above,(and this notice) i wenty-five per cent of subscriptions ,col-

ranted to George W. Beardslee, of Buffalo, saying she was at Kberty to go where she 3 times, and sending a copy of paper shall receive Copartnership. ected by them, or if they prefer it, a copy Of

hick has received the l1&D1eofthe'''Eliutid pleased. The servant said,she had been-kindly pay in wooD XJCTTEM,whenever twice the amount THE Copartnreship heretofore existing un the Work will be sent to any one twelve months _

utter Planing Machine," and is said to be a I treated, and returned to her mistress. This oftbe Bill is ordered;-or,if preferred. a.wood engraving the firm of CURETON, TITUS & ptultously, wHo will remit_ four names with .

table improvement. It is claimed for it did not please the colored people, who were determined will be furnished,to order, or an engraved HABRIB, is this day dissolved by mutual con four dollars. -
that its opeeration will produce work superior to force freedom,upon her, whethershe newspaper head,,and design, .of the value'of Five sent.
June 14 185LNotice.
lo the band plane, and that its ordinary speed was willing or not and for.that purpose DdYirs. : CURETON, TITUS &'HARRIS.Jacksontille n- All Communications must be addressed
ill be hundred and hold of her she went 20th post paid,to William H. Chambers, Publishedif
one fifty feet per minute, caught clothing as on ,Dec. 1850. ((jan4) .
r 9,000 feet per hour, and that it can be into : board the boat An officer interposed, and she "The Soil of the South.VAN Columbus LEONARD G a. '' .*. .. .

eased 200 or 300 feet ,per minute. without was permitted to accompany her mistress with- rrom.mTNBRSBIPleretotore existing under The business heretofore eondcuted by the 1i--- .
ny danger to the machine. We will not say out farther molestation. Miss Minor, it is JL the firm of ALSOP A MOONEY. is dissolved. shoved named firm will be henceforward con R.A WARE.. .

,, ny more about it at present, as we hope to be said is willing to free her servant whenever' Wu.LI.t.X The business ALIOP of. the concern' :win- be settled by ducted by and under the firm ofCURETON Committee J.E.HURT of P ,bJt atio>j. .

able to prefnt engravings of it at an early ,the latter la. willing to lave her. WILLIAM ALSOP & TITUS.Jacbon.iUe Coldmbus i8U.
: April 26j
Gap ,
ter-&ieat f e America QEO. HOONEY. ..J&DU&I'1.c.'l85t.
A PBOVOXID Winb -Lady tytton( .(wire of Sir '.
Fla: '
Jacksonville 20,1851.
Bulwer Lvtton
The New Edward ,) brought a new St ,
York EvraingMlrror, after most June ,
Miriam and there is mistake
obome novel, SeoUer; 1'eI'1UWe :
adulation of Mr. TUImore and Mean.ebeter WANTED.
when she The '
to her :
Crittendeo. HalL and Graham couched as meaning says great Administrator Notice. OIX MONTHS after date we shall prescit '
est monster I ever heard of was one who to the
having old Iron Brass or Copper
real nLeoadndesM genuine omce-eeeking follows KTk4 or President ffiee-reUmmg,itt world passed for a paragon, because he lpeD\hIa MONTHS AFTER DATE, we stall PERSONS they wish.to dispose, of,.will find O 'accounts and Touchers, as administratrix:
rich and vicious Sit and administrator of the estate of John
life old Stand-
+ t/tiKHc terriMj flattering a : t our accounts and vouchers to the the .
*, tHlygoet thnmgk t *tl the motion ready sale for all they can bring at Foira-
mother,.who had an unentailed estate till he won ly late of Alachna county and State of Florida
if aM Klaa. ban all tkt Hon.Judge Probate for Colombia'county ,
** OL liberal
sxoi ions TO TEX Day Jacksonville Fla. and receive ,
the and to continue this: charming farce ofxUialftfeetioa '
KKXKXBXRa or TEX CABnotT." "We 'do not vein: Florida tot a finaliettlementand ask a'dia-- deed?.t6 the HonJudge of Probate of said,
[mean to be Impertinent, but;wt would like to be (for bo was fond of theatrical,,) be chargetrom the further Administration of the prices for same MOONlliVProprietor, county,for a final settlement ;and at the Tams:
told enlogistte lies fa marble of her after she had GEORGE .
[informed aimed at-as Union.to the i rticalar mark WIM..1I'U. I gone to her' fearral account" This, is about.the Estate Archibald Boganay. late of said comity Ya111. .__ -- ._ i* time we shall apply to said court :for letters of

most savage outpouring of. !:'wo dad spirit" that. deceased, of:which all persons interested discharge from the administration of said EsIUte. ,
wisest we ever remember to have met with. are desired. to take.notice. :TU8T RECEIVED; fresh lot of choice All:persons. interested 'are' desired&&to'
"Pra7 whatareyo am'gi'"said ; J Hams Goshen Butter Mackerel Fulton take notice. D1CY. STANDLT Admi'x..
Z. HOGANS Adm'x.
.B.to a' I. : < .
a lady who PEATHXWV--A Mr. flew Port
young was at work en a garnt TAK AND TQ.I ; BeefMessIork&e'stthestore of STANDLY"Adult'sNcltna )
Market HEBRON J. .
of .
a certain widow r
description. married r Fulw.Nf1Il
"A. the
doctor; was the reply. Sophy ,cover" art EdgU. by ,.name. Flu.,Icy 17,1851.;' Cm i ; May 31" o' D.. M'CUEN & CO. gville;E. Fla. April. 5,1831. ,':>

: ,>:
; -
:" ,

.,. ,. -"
.', ., ,' -' 7
js '1- -' -




..... Y

; ': -- --, -
if.; :; r -' -
-, '. : ;
i I

-111(1( 5 ,

i ii '

I ___ _ ___.___ J : .. -' -I .. ..

-i '-, '*; THE '' NEWS- p :, .:' '.-;'! Ti 1 *.. : : : : ..... p.->ta.....-...,.,.Arr- v i;.,'- f E" 8 K; Vt --

,Jt i: L OPt:: r.: ,/ ." : .4 If X O.BNE,E. 4'T.. IS published every SATURDAY, at.Jackianvil .-

!!*,.Lathe C'uDt.oCDIIYaL; ,, ..n48t.teotV1ort, ai : ; : N n ,{GpOD$.t t b ; f .'. -d: } "I": mHE UBSCBThERou14
) Co Apnt2. loou Ii fomthocltlxens ofJaoksoe7surrg
.. ,'" :l'T; ..; -J/1 l.
BY CHARLES, 3YRNE. ., of dell ... ._ Qutr7
f't las: now on hand and -; t' .; t '4" ,, ...JJ CJJ s )*
I do ; i I ( reduced prices,'a new and- 'BL 'Whit' Smith & M ,O'BrleD, t DIRECT FROM,NEW

-H FELIX! LIVINGSTON' Ed1&o!. .. read* of articled Pall and,Winter' Dry Goods.Goods, ATTORNEYS LAW, :,!1 ;a' rr schooner Tewriffe' a choice:

; 4 TERMS: .- fo : of Fancy Articles ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA Co17IttJ', EAAT FtoJUIJA., Dry Goods>

in u Houses. -; JI,Whit Smith Office at Alligator.M. '
T*RCK DOLLAR nta AUSCJC, m ADVANCE.Q3AdvtttisemenU I Fashionable; Ware Crockery &c.
i ., : 'to have-goods ar O'Brien, OfilCOflt_. Newnansville.filay ., ,
be erted the follow -- -
: will n on : will enable_him to keep his 31,,! i. tfMcQueen which ho offers for.sale atjhe loy'

I in g MWMJ, : : .1 ; POE CASH ORt; COUNTRY PB0at
One dollar per a uare ,oftwelve_ ,lines and under S :patronage he has received,- the store foraeri/

for the 6Xtifl11ti and75cenU! ,for each,sub" that they can'find just .Mclntosh,. Harrison, Bay treet.c'PartIcul espied by

; qvtlnsertlon..' ,Toyearly advertisers aliberal bi J ; the Brick Store,.at prices I ATT6R1T&7': AT LAW', called to his large and elegant :
maJe. R. .' He'would say to those \\TUL attend the, Circuit 'Courts, In 'the
will be "
count LatII i' Bonnet
l for before( S. that he always ready. YV Eastern .Circuit ,
Q3-AU adrertjsemenu. mutt be paid in- ; the United States
t 8. hisgoodsfeeling well assur of the latest and.mostijroycI stile -
b a regu1arcustonT. 'Byrererii ng be beat. The stock consists District Court at St.aAugustine Supreme Ish. Msotohl.obeautifulstockot !
Court Tallahassee and
h- LurUnn5.tberequAUe.um' maybe awertamedaui ;; prosecute Claims for
1 co J. citizens in any part of Florida against the Government GENTLEMEN'S HAT&, E4Ij
j transmitted with the a : Washington, .Congressor RIIOIs
number French sod
with '
not marked : '
Advertisements: at the Departments. t Call and examine, before
1 Dresses; White and.Blue 'Pu
cf insertions TeqQlre&WiU continued untilforbidand su :: ;,Cubmtre and Delane I1r ADDRESS,.Jac\sonxtilt,East Florida. where. D. &

t charged for. ing. ;Worsted Hoods; Plain May 11, 1850, tf '.: Jackson'villeMay 3,1851.Finnatloif .
j t (03TiTe dollars w-llbe. charged for all announce A ; Cloths; VeMings;Green and ; !
"- White and Red FlanelsjCcotcn --
t ml1ts candidates for office. \ : and
Tweeds White 1Y11l.Se-
; ;
Months I'I S10 00 ; '. Oscar Hart,, -- i .
One square,for Six at every price ; La Sale .-
i I Notice to Debtors and Creditors, I i 7 00 Ties; Fringe; Gimp and But: ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL DISPOSE OP
... at priTati
-, Application for Letters o Administration 5 00: A Ribbon and;Fancy Kid Gloves.Work;Bonnet Boxes; (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) MI:: my PLANTATION05
t 03:; All religious notices will be inserted gratulsst.r. .; German Cologne; Knives; WILL practice in the several Countlcs of 8k John's river, at the mouth of Ju

k .. ..with many other articles! in Eastern Circuit of Florida,'and attend creek, sixteen miles above Jacsnsituation ;
CPA11::: admissable personal communicsonstIM wJl to mention. to .the collection claims against the U. is known to:he the most beast

charged as .dyen sementa. : WM., P.' DEWEES.{ States for Military Services,and for Horses lost, the river, and is remarkable for its w
the- ''I ; T tf' or other property lest! ordestroyed by not a case of,fever having occurred
TI 03":: All bills for Job Printing must be paid on, T V troops '
I ; said.service. many years. Tho dwelling is
of the work.or '
: delivery cb Also,claims: Pensions of disabled- 'Soldiers comfortable and calculated far the

______ AH communications be ,addressed t() After OF or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers. dation of a large family. The land (abe
: Ii' ho Editor, postage paid. M : : FITCH'S Also, claims for ,Bounty Land to officers and acres) is of good quality, and well adiaMi I

MEDICINES.. soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed. the cultivation of cotton and coral a&jZ!

I officers and soldiers. fifty acres-s ited. for sugar cane. ,Then fc!
GREEN'St in the
success i Also, will give his attention conveyancing admirable site for a steam saw.miirttg

t t TYPE FOUNDERY, We of to examining Tites and Records,and assertain-, mouth the creek, audit possesses tat ifa
cr Catarrh, ing claims to Lands. tage:of being ''in the centre of a !
I !. .ectHI
.No. 128 FULTON STREET SUN BUILDING, rates, 'Diseases, Dyspeo- ,All business entrusted to him will meet: with country finely 'wooded with yellow
NEW YORK, Ma i prompt'attention;f and all instruments There 'is a, flourishing orange
I Piles Female of wri grove _
I ting will be executed by him with neatness and premises, which formerly produced tafaea
,&c.,'&c. despatch. of a thousand dollars year,and will

_ I I j TO NEWSPAPER. PRINTERS.PUBLISHERS AND last mence of ALSO) ,- ,JncsksonTlIeJnD..SSj 1851. 'tf ,do so a judging from the present&tf tig

,Supporters, Shoulder and healthy appearance of ,the trees. ,fi
I S a WITH confidence invite the trade, before ong Tubes and Lec. Post Office at Mandarin is within to aft
purchaso elsewhere, to give me a the J. McRobert Baker, I and the steamers paaf and repass the&OIMJ
I call at No. 128 Fulton.street New York ages us and the I their .'
I J ; I or at ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR LAW regular trips to and fromSavaait
No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans. where lam mo Life and Those wishing to purchase this
'I' I ready to furnish them with all kinds of tion of JACKSnNV.i.rT.t? T?., VT.M.. call address property
j I ;; Old.tlge, --- on, or by letter, the subscrWj
I WILL practice in the Courts of, the Eastern Jacksonville E.Florida. 1
) BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE, .._, A-i, !. ::
Circuit in
I f The -- Hamilton county of the middle Cir- CHARLES
of the newest and most beautiful I Agent for the sale of cuit in BIBW
style. am Benton and Hillsboro'
I counties
of of the 10 ,
most Jacksonville May 18l.
; also prepared to supply the much admired tion will keep themconstant- Southern circuit,'in the Supreme court at Talla )j
I if Scotch letter, htvingIateJyprocnred from Scotland I Store, in the Town ol hasseeand in the United States District
< court '
-I If : a series of these beautiful faces, together added pages, Fla.Dr. Florida; and will prosecute claims against the Private Boarding' House

ft with every variety of form and pattern of greatly L.D. ROGERS. United States before Congress and the Depart .a -.MJ

4 ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, given: ments at Washington .JiEA. 1

I Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance Notice. Being located Jacksonvelle/or life, he will St. .'ugtstine e' :'
and of all the give his entire and unremitting attention to his ,
i accuracy Type manufactured by I will present my a I I me cannot: be surpassed by any Founder in the A : to the .Judge of I profession, and: all business entrusted to his ..LT.LBoardingilons* for the accomaoiri re-opecci
I I ; Union. By an entirely new method in the for final care shall meet with prompt attention. *-
Godman county, Invalids and Travellers
j !: mixing and lam enabled J. McROBERT BAKER. generally. ;Bi
casting to retain the
G. P. from the further turns his thanks for the '
tI liberal
I.f; .
August 24 1850. patronsgtn
f I it virtues of the the
- of metal and
I parts tions, Estate of John M. Staf he has hitherto.received, n .hopes that b
thus to produce in addition to an elegant, the deed., and also all --
1 months, per lids and others wh may visit our UmM
f ri most ly for against the estate of McEobert Baker health pleasure will him '
t SOLID AND DURABLE ale to give a call" "
requested -
pre efforts will be spared to contribute if
heretoforeoffered to the public. To thiarlastfeature I LATVT, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., comfort. .
I I would in particular call attention,for _are now I STAFFORD,Adntr. NOTARY PUBLIC. His House has, during,. the' :t.,
present seaseig
iJ IOlidity and durabilty of Type is on tho principle surpass J25 6m COMMISSIONER
Ii appointed ty the dergone thorough repurs--w': been.fa
following States
{ l': of Monihly
J all typographers.economy, of the The greatest members importance of the to red to Notice. to take Testimony, Affidavits fr ,Ac"n 1Dl- throughout,and is,therefore,entire!v frcfl
:J t lic In edgemeats to It used therein: dampness.> The rooms are large and anri
( will also find me ready. to supply all ktnds of
I will apply to the Maine, Virginia, Vermont, MaseaIbusettor.. furnished comfortable.- The cstabMai
''i I PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE, : 01 PUVal couat7,-Fl.ri.- Connecticut,New York, Pennsylvania : pleasantly'BltaatertTrtHCbroad street;9sA,
;; f1 for the establishment of complete Printing Offices we shall 'the Executorship of Delaw&re, Iaryland,North Carolina better accommodations"than it affords ca'

such Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, other J'i Stephen J.Eu. South Carolina, Georgia, Ala ,' found in the city, A' plentiful table w3
f I ,: Brass,Press and Wood Rules Imposing Stones, hands of bama, Mississippi, Texas. provided., ,and: civil and attentive servut&j

-- I, 1.t Composing Sticks,Brass o.ndY ood Galleys,Rig- All EUBANK,, Ez'r. July, 27 1850. ly < His charges per week is six dollars,,iacW
j 1 ;.; lets, Closet Racks, &c., &c. to; act as 1851.: fire and Ugh, and every e11"orl1riIl be no*
Olii Typo taken in exchange for new at 9 will be give satisfactionboth Trandent YisitoM
,, ': cents pe.lb. The Trade dolt with on tho most Philip Fraser Permanent Boarders.'- *fi

: liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR4TL4W A couple of well broke saddle ponies tf*'
.t ground of furnishing to the purchaser an article $3 per to discontinue my pre JACKSONVILLE FLA. incited to the Establishment and willtfrip
I ,
I : with which he will be pleased and which will $10: it this place, all persons attend be ready for hire. f jfc.'
the : are requested WILL to any professional business '
bring him tho worth of his money. November 30f 1850. tf,-*
Editors and Printers A February next, other. to him in the Courts of the
i' wishing to establish
a Eastern Circuit
t notes wiU be placed in and the Supreme Courts at
Newspaper or Job Office I
Printing will be fur
t S nished" May 24 for suit Tallahassee. He has also such an advanta PENSION AND BOUNTY JLA
an estimate in detail of the cost
't by connection
; geous with
t ; Agent to col. J anablo Lawyer at
Btatingsizo of paper and kind of work to be ex any other business ington City. as will ensure a prompt and Wash OBTAINED'Cor the officer and sohkert ii
speedy waror their
4 collection ,legal rtprexa*
JAMES B.'COLE. of such claims as be live _
Publishers may placed *
of |
Newspapers who will j
S in his hands -
6 18S1: against the United
this advertisement three months and send janl States. for life,for widows of inch ofJims"
me Sept.8th 1840. *
the papers containing itaddresrcd to"NesbUt's' ly previous to 1800.0;

Register," Arew York, will be paid in materials rilE Notice.

of my manufacture,provided they purchase six Ru:sell the undersigned will .' R. D. Kendrick, iui LAl11t) ,

times the ameunt oftheir bills for advertising.n. ; v ito Judge of Probate ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR '
AT LAW For the surviving, or the widows, or-
n. GREEJV;; tus of a Executor ,
as of the Es- practice in the several "
WILL Courts
No. 123 Fulton-st New York,'and thisnan of the children deceased officers andimL
city, ,late of the -county of Circuit and
MI\ in the
.. No. Counties of
17 CanaKst.Row, Nam Orleans ed Hillsborough'and Benton of the Southern Cir wio served in the .

The Executor. cult of Florida. War of 2812, w&h Great Britnraji.
Auctioneers AgiRu :} 6m Tampa Bay, October 28th
1840. Mexican
: aI -nov.17. War; or in any of, the. f

ARE requested to notice the following Act rill be !! Bears Wm. dian War, since.1790.t .' ,
p Assembly. -Al 1 who desire to have Crops the BEARS' OIL and M."Tnnno, Terms moderate,.where the, claim is estabSi_

their terms extended according to Sections.. of age nent Citizens of Florida will FACTOR C04VMSSIONMER.9HJl 7', otherwise no charge '. 'a "7'
the Act,must give new bonds. Blower will pay for the Oil North Commercial ITIpnrr The Subscriber, afeo appointed Agent in the 1 1of

JOHN BEARD. mci t. In Grease Fifty Cents a Feb. 14.-ly Columbia,for the ,,-

Comf-troVer.. the Soil, be Pure or 1 roil most Charleston, S. C. British Commercial Life kin,
Tallahassee, February 21, 1851. ind, > will. I am a good judge of .
4? : The lheirMluralstate Bounty Land &General Agency Company, fE.tbli.htd .
I AN.CTamendatorv editEsq ; in 1820,and empowered act of]
the orial
of seteral Acts
nov '_ .WASHINGTON, D C ment.for lh*Insurance of Lives'and the er *
t t : force relating to Ihe appointment and duties of r., and DRUGGIST I '.WALKER theofcbildren.iaLondon.NewYorkofWasb '
Auctioneers. bodAgi>: y has Savannah d0. Will give
prompt and efficient "
to the BOQNTT $3,000,000.: "
SECTION 1. BA it enacted by tho Senate and : LAND CLAIMS of officers.and soldiers 'in Communientions addressed to- the
engaged s
4 House Rcpresentativs of the Stato of Florida edGai as a Notice. the late Florida ,War or either of the Indian Washington, D.,. C.,,wilt receive, prompt atM. ,
in General Assembly convened. That the tax dener. = Wart in which the United States have been THOMPSC

upon Auction sales shall bo two per cent 1m 'ute llignt to'the estate of Qeorge gftged, or the Warmth Great Britain of 1812 en Attorney at Ltir,OM Comm 1 ntf of > 't ,
the gross amount of sales, !hey! will to make and ,
upon to
except on sales any description of business Deedsfor Northland South Canl**>\
requiring .
rib an
of cotton not damaged, upon which there shall ators, ? undersigned,and all Agent or Attorney Washington.. For U P. S.-Referif necessary,to the Headtofl
i I be"a tax of one half of one cent. 'lanters said estate pro ,and
per arc ring land warrants his charge will be menu Members Congress general/! ,.t tir 1'
$5. In *
SEC:2. Be it further enacted, ,That no tax Each properly' attested" ,. other cases it'wiU be proportioned to the ,Washington City,,November.: 1850.In '!. :?:tf
t Auction sales shall fie assessed or levied by qua; rto size by law, toT. : ture and difficulty of. the case. na ..
rhite! -' f'
any county or incorporated town or city in this O BuWEsAdminislraJoT. He wiliajso! act in connection }'
( i State,greater than twenty-five per centum up the rate A ttorneys in Florida Who be with Agents or Circuit Court, Eastern Ci
01a tId ..to t&%: b e I]paid in l. 2m may :employed in
Bounty land and other: claims;on terms which Florida, in .Columbia C9un
l13EC:3.:: JJe it further enacted,.,That all -IJr-- f" may be agreed upon. ,Letters1' '(which ,should'
Auctioneers have heretofore been appoin. Age onts, ; be post-paid) ,WjU receive immediate atten NANCY COOK, / -
ted according to laY}and commissions have not t"''euty-five t1 n. ..Aug. 171850, tf TS.Jntrnt In Chancery. _
ytt expired,and all Auctioneers who shall here lee:ted by ; HOLMES our"9cil.- -.... ----- O..Coox.. \ ,Bin of Di orce. .%.
$4 after beappointcdjShallhold there th e,Work t to settle any -:
tbserio&ofiIzyearafrom during e Palmer&Ferris :;Charles. :DeWaal, Lr Appearing to the satisfaction of the 1
: ,
the date of their ga that the
appointmemtj; Provided, That all Auctioneers ,tOI Ituitouslf debts due tho firm of A V CT.I 0 NE E ftTACXSONVILLEE., sident of the State of ,John Cook,is a o
% : ; -Mortgage-Note Florida and that Ib
appointed by Governor
: the General during hold the recess of 3 ,. All ; Ferris deceased.: F."SALxs1nanypartofthoCouxyattend> ,of residence:is unknown to the Complains

only until As3embl"lshall j of their the Gene-office postof",' t paid, ; against Palmer" 1 : d. It is ordered, that the said Defendant don;
and ,
; to And
i rcspectully solicited. plead, answer demur
deceased will to..thi.sBill.
rat Assemblynsztsfter the date of their pre ,,
ap i in three
pointment. for payment, an JacksnnvilloMay:6,1848;, months the same will be

-.p- [Approved by the Governor Jan. : ; '& Ferris or Da i confessed:provided publication tie made ..>.
13,1851. order
'' as the law directs.Signed .'
call on T. O-Holmes ''..rIlQlllra Carpenters ,Wanted. .
.- yme11t. UNDERSIGNED I: V ( ,) THOS. DOUGLAS ,t!
,Notice. C : P. FERRIS 'wiahe.-to employ: A true Copy Test, Judgt. ,
immediately six : ,
} or eight
SEALED PROPOSALS for building a Brid D.FESRIS dec. I whom Carpenters, to ,S.SC"ACBOROUUHC:
f1 t. the, St. Sebastian BITer will *be ; L.PALMER. ; sonable employment' 'will given" !, at rea Feb.19, '51 IMsrch'1'.Js1YI'MSoN ,
wages. Appkrto ,,
received, by the subscriber,until'Friday the : 0. $f, JESSE GARDNER.. .
sixth of June
next -'tt
12 r '-
o'Clockmcrjjj X : ,Iay31. 3t: '
according plan which S1 & CO'NewYork
- may be seen at the I :; .
Office of the : '
President of the : :
Board otCounty and I shall present my ae- ,H New-Orleans "
For &:
.ir Commissioners" of St. John's county, in thecity ly,late of as Administrator,of I Sale" '
; of Augustine, and all needful ; : 'A SUGAR MILL, with'all tho irons !
in explanations: decc .' to Payne, to thejHon'; : necessary bfle Express
relation tor'ihe :
; thereto : application .
given if of,horse: .
required. The 1'ougli County and power. ) "
_____ com lty, for ,
The '
person who rollers are of,iron :BY, :; ,fiVBBY'
Bridge will be may contract for bulldingeald time we. ,to said Court for: 36. ,,'inches in 18,inches, in diameter, STEAMSHIt .; )i
required length. Also two
tor.tho'due tg1vo proper aec rU1 di harge: tratlon,, of the' BOILERS, '. OFFICES i IJ.
tulAtmentotht measuring 150: and 200
I VVMfcftttW: tate. are,desiredto respectively.--] '
: ; All : No. 19'Wall -
e V Be.l.DE MEDICIS, take notice. f .. : Delivery at Jacksonville or Palatka. Street, NewYoik-, L a4
.,:'Se efal'1"Doar, Road Commissioners. 'DARLING."- For additional particulars i apply!'to 8. W. St. C hn es'Hotel Building, N. OIl!<

St:<:Aogutinet- 22d, M.y-,1851.,' : 3i'--.'2t. IIi I 'e' : Administrator. iriorida.BAKER,Attorney: at Law, ;Jacksonville? -, East : IO"bU'Agi' ;(; il. BOULISIS .'r
; '
.. 1850.octl.. -
-. Every
,attention tol
Ma115, 18Jl.: paid'ft jAi, .
tf '.
Drafts Notu !
: &c. .
t % c!. ;spy
r_ ___ "
't. -

_ _ : f .. I -" : ,. '

: .


: .

: J