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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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excel cold.rocb. 'brambles rude.; .. long b' of vhair.streaming"' ;down'oTervher. tifnlchfu l;.bKr could not'turn..yy esaway .0 J agricultural. ex color to:this stuff,large quantities of eider
"..'t4 neck and shoulders 'the lurid of her ,. :_ r : .:, berries,and of other more iou material
Aden Rho their duties bOY, ;.1. glare eyes; from her as she ranal>out me.lei; the garden ( it ) r
mixed with .
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know$heir rights sad knowing dare t maintain,., _. ; the awfdl dlstorUon.,fJierI features,*" ftnd the prattling and' laughing in her.tnnocenoe.rr **Frtm'tKe JV 0; 2Xy HMand'Tftm*t. .tU w are I beg reiterate- Uquld.br.to 'BxcelleacyUieassurance :" =
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ashy paleness of her she formed m "'Tben theblood .',
Pieiee lama-firmed blow; cputtenanee, Vauneciwpingupfromniyheart S S :: .
'GrtpeCatere1aPertugal. T of the conslderatioa rwith
highest
\ spectacle of bnmau D- [ i to'iay bead. My Teths felt fall to bursting .
: rend the chain 1ch.r.U aj eyes '
d jcnoih the tyrant w Vthej : /3Ir.James; B. Clay;'while Charge .-d' 1rlim which I have the"honor to be: or. .T'dr
r lor many year to.come, will;summon.before My blood'iwss hot*nd felt lilt would '
These constate a Etate-- to Portugal,addressed,Mr.:Tinelli on the sub t .410 YoUr obedieatacrTsit ..til'
scorch Paioa
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collected will o< I T- >-* i.V .ts'-i.;! .v.t :pangsr my ; 'f 1 7.eJ 79 e, (. WTnmattW '
jest -
law, that Bute1 ,oXgrs s culture and,wine making in that .
sovereign She wu, confined, withittn : ke'i room, frime.that I never felt.before rnall.my lifew- "
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Tinelli tJ .t
country. Joad been for "
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O'er throne and globes elate partitioned i tilt froth be rest of the apartment, Then, tKe'botrsoothing blood mouhied to my many years
ats EmprBM''ennrning goodlrepressing 21; by a row of perpendicular iroabarSj'br rods:" brain: 'It seemed't6 'gush- and roll later'it'like Auiet Consutai'Oporto,and having a taste 'The Allowing' letter' of.correspoedeiit_I, -

Smii by.her Vacred frown, These she kept constantly'leisillihold'ol and a boiling torrent just let loose from rtsckrerns.ETery tbat fray;had every'opportunity'to be well informed..upon of. .-the foVaimair- B epubHca \:;pawp- esj- sTpeca-

he"fiend Discretion,like a'vapor sinks shaking'with all the.additional' strength 'her thing swam: seemKtio go round and Te'enlytota.ho; treats- 'of. .The'::- liar interest.to#!.'people '0f .ElQri dsj1wVerti
.Ien her rwhen' be.ripthand ions, I stood I fofowingishitireply. ;4" : .
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wing frenzy ,:except relaxing, \ in'tbegardett'walfcf there
all crown neb of
.ADd'e'en the "Cn6SvU.n OF-'JUzUmTEriS-- are. vast tracts country predsel*
from its hold, the clutched through loOtM at thebine es'ofhelittle?girL' They ,. r-. Hn.tA
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d e her falrt rays, and&*her..bidding' shrinlr the bars. at the: little girl, as if she would tear. were snapping;and, flashing A..d -kp .d .** "- :"' OporteDeu 1;.185i. similar: that' wtrtumpnifllrTtcSfinefflry; .
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her t. {>i.o it : w > :v' JOOk denance ft mr face I thought her little 1lilDeatTir; ;jl am now.in possession of the Mr.Starke. ,There are millions ofaeresofeat'r

t .;. ,T v9TEE; ::, -t ,,"alt' 1 I'ran;to seize my j precious,Uttlecharge'and lip turned'itselfrop-in scorn;and rchSd me for letter which:you have;doseme t e honor to'ad-, findPond,lands in Florida,'that inay:bereciaiah,*
'' conrey it out'f harm's way; she followingher feeling as I.did;andfthen again taunted/me dressto'me: 'on>ni 2d instant ,asking fine to answer .
Ten ed and made
yesi- : to'.l'blossom as the nee. &ift c* .
some queries in'rcgira to the culture ofgrape
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Ofl r 'all the time witb'ber glazed' and!glaring eyes, because she was not mine, and I bad none of .
,_ ti like ferocious lioness, for her riDeS and the production of wine in the "Thei subscriber baa a plantation cf'severs
t lived ,looking a eager,', ray own.'My braiawent reeling reeling round r
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old Connecticut,there Ii I looked wine region of;.tbe Dpuro; Vwhicn I abail.,now thousand acres ;fifty miles below Augusta,- x
prey.; f-r.* ." r- : f. .1r : about,me. 1 saw a cistern not .
I .And thrivedj 'The keeper.binted that we had better withdraw egeinff, from which they Jlwereaccustom6d, | to endeavor to do in the\bs.t an.n consistent the Georgia side of the Savannah rirer.' 'Near-

A lean apothecary,with a,shop in which from .her sight, which5wia expeditiously i draw water'for the garden in times drought with iny practi -knowledge of the sUbject. ly in the centre of this body of land b'or WaS .

,IIe od his lather,both got rich: done. "Wondering"wbt'dluse"'could'hATe so The corer was off and lay on the ground Oh The,wine properly known by wine dealersas Mobly'e pond, large,'and in Scriven county,a"
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T1 set"biirhment; beside the ewes .' suddenly inflamed the woman to madness
I Contained a boy to deal out,pills soon as we were in another room,!repture'd to twinkling,toy strength seemed to grow;super* and comprising about twenty .squareleagues eight feet'deep;heretofore a:fruitful source of '
ask'the *. on the right border ofthe DQUTO ait,a distance disease to the-neighborhood and of reyenua to
PrescripUre n cares for all the "Ells' xeeper to aratifjniy inqnisitireness.He human... I,felt as ill,.couldbaTe.dcfiedilimankind. : ,
I complied'as follows:' J If .' 3 seized. the'child in my arms;'and from ten to twenty.leaguesfrom.Oporo.Telmits .= the doctors." Tile upper half was an open pWniof
That flesh Is heir to; r of tb.at.wine district than thousand where hundred
are established more a acres a
-:"That woman,'sir thdugV she now tares so dashed her down,into.the dark cavern filled
'Oil from the bear too by law and thai'regulations: of the'TVine steamboats could ride- in safety and wberr:
with |
; fiercely,is at most times as gentle and as affectionate water.. 'I sawber struggle only a moment; r.
To beautify the hair, too,. as the child you;hate bold of: by your her long auburn bairfloateaout w upbnTtbe'water Company of the-Douro. from any point a bird could be distinctly seen.The' ,- -. 3
h the centre of the shop like bar Answer to the first query: The best grapes lower section covered with'cypress;
! And up from hand, .It was in one oCher gentlest end moat : :BtMnds'pf goad frith tittledimpled
II. raised on tbe.Douro's bank..are the following, whose rich foliage nd-droopiiig'eepUDg Bicfss, ;Inter*
Did pop placid moods,when by dint of kind words'>rid ; binds itretchlugoutforassistancesheRant '
sultry'days the e soda I'. pleasant' stbriesl I had r"wlfDer in social coo- down, down, till she .reached, bottom.I ., vii:. The'white;Muscatel and.the whiteMalm- the sun's.rays and overshadowing'the r'
IIi IUmmer bad : it sey, which make particular qualities of wine, waters,presented to"the view a dismal (fticpy; .
flow Terse beyond what overdone beforeihatshe ::could not'look at her palid iace, :as lay ,
Which ceased to no day. known in' under' the above and horrible beneath" r rSeven
commerce same names as a landscape; 11
something like tbe following accountof turned to the sky. I fled to the house. 'My .
Attached his ext druggery was a blackMan the gate strange insanity whose unhappy tietim sister was up just coming'in.,:J met,her in' the hej grapes? The Bastardo; (redt): produces s> years ago 'solitary''and alone'I under .j
of hack very delicate and rather sweet of took-to drain this body of water and !
a sort she is: f ball, and she asked me, where was Nannie.- quality wine, : ; although
c. ,3
Whose duty 'twas to carry prescriptions, shrieked out in despair ,and run back to the which 'is:generally used to improve the less out.oC. pocket some $10,000,1 do' not re grit the
1 was not always just such Woman,sir, as Savored 'ot"wine., result ,
'qualities The AlrarUkas : The landed estate (pond 'iuctudcjcost
with verbal descriptions: in ; ,
To the lick gavel en. She.saw terror and became amoment '
t read you i see'me:now; I was:; once innocent, free toy" followed the t e oirlg.the Tinta, the Tamara and the Ar- $0,000and I anvvain enough 'sometimes +
Sambo could not wild herself She to..
me
Fef girlish.and'.happy; My .parents-may God red above to think th,' haS bled! :aloe;
cistern ? Into, (all ) come next the best varieties : theTspftde }o tea
uld bleed wand looked In .1 could not hold her,
Though he c hate taken them to rest-were blessed with '
of the this1 'bul
she bad gripes: tzo.m',1"hich Port wine istrade Originally pond was joint prepertyj
' Jfer write ', only two children" -daughters. .l: was'the'eldcsl the'atrength'ofa giaat'and'eaapedmu'In although(more:'than,;:thirty varieties of from want"of,fcoheoftl among the proprietors- ;
amoment shears In the dark1 water.
( Though he could pull a tooth. of the two. .William Stanly' came',intbjodrquiet the grapes,"are,raised in the; te.ztgi .,ot: the was seemingly d destined remain a nuisanceto
She head saw her seize
plunged longtI
tentJSambo was a voter ihe had money i little village; rand I become his.1 "Words Dpura ; u"J8d : / the end'of time.' 7EventuaDy it.f@ll'. Into, fay q
dead form of her child and then he1aYt oWJa
fa land need not 'attempt to describe the depth or the : which 'est 'and this; -'onr
. Which made him voter, that of honey. > Thesoil.upon; the wine 118 hands now, In Rear of; Lord
Ina, moment they slept
" Tote strength of the affection I bore him., We tOTed calmlybyhereide. raised ii'a"mlxtare'of scist lime.and''Te 1S49 so prolific'of prodigies and'eO memdrsbid -
,One lection day a 'f together=mother and child. Oh God! I knew 'ebY *- ,
I human ,bad,'tiered \
believe as >beings nerer. <(arihY 4the5eatezpaaure'bXtlie.scuthes to" monarchs with*natural atmosphere
That some onswrote,' not wbatt bad done! bands looked blobdyl .
before. Every ,time, Hooked:on.,his, manly'face '?My '2 -.::':" ; '} ::w.-' ." full of pout*,and political bne'fnll of rm&K{
secured and for a safe place I cried cfdt for more ehildrenmor*cbildrenlIraTedj'andfdrfrmyhair1
Sambo and form my eyes grew will, almost,with "3d The:Tine is ._UT planted and'Profigatea'trom enmnn.with ;the lower Hen'thousandayjasf
It keep it,laid it in a big glass case, rapture. If:thought there nerer' ''could- bare !- cuttings? );whi :&te-'branches cut with/ftAj; and'the upper'ten0 thousand7..witS
Herc said CI was to
the
(
obliged
So that When the time came been created another like him We were married 9"- keeper. from:old stocn'ofthe, vines,'having about one flight=:withi despot $m?standing V ,a'-r l"
check the laaw.theold
; in her recital/ for ;
To name : Years passed on, but no offspring blest woman foot of tbe'old wood and two or three'feet of and freedom upon afrt">MoblyV: pond frill

His choice for,officers to reign that year our union. My heart 'began to sink, J knew and excitement I bought coming best thai over she her should brain not again.brood, the shoots'ofoneyear:; : :'If;tbese'cuttings'bekept a pathos!) is as rdry u.an asbbankcr'lbe .

No few! 1 needed help from another' source to hold me i in water for a ut.' ne month before plan throat of a loafer in the, boney-ihoon. bis temiperaneepledge.
this I much doubt
erent
melancholy my .
up. I."as sorely bitterly di appointed. This qter ;their will ''more sure ., *.a.J
o'er the coals' tang growth prove and r'r
haul oppressing tyrants whether she ner' her "mental
And fully I
regains
had been the high hOle of m/,heart, to behold I caused tobe-
1" 1I1I--u"1 l..im. .It.he does; I I luxuriant.Tbey are 'vcnt during the,winter, fin;the first place, excavated
Tow the boy, blown imarW1IUl' ; when,the vines' and a'centre ditch' four miler :and* somej
am persuaded that it will be to make the remainder 'are pruned planted earlj long. on
Whose right employ tOTe 'my William to distraction, but:it.was not of her days as miserable and wretched I In the spring at'.the distince jpf about three points from'sixteen to t1rei deepYoegin

Was to administer pills with the love that Ifelt'yearning': within me human exiatence can possibly be made." feet apart each' way,1 In trenches.,about fourteen Din"u the Savannah tyDd"passingventireTy -

And squills, '. towards a child I wished' to call mine. I thought The story of the kind hearted man;as be recited I inches deep and wide, into which BOlD'e through_the:pond; :Secondly'were dug

Took rom.1Or of druggist*,Babel, of adopting eorae pitiable 'destitute orphan; it,touched my.heart to the quick; and I' old rotton'dung is thrown and afterwards are spring ditches of several miles In'lengthfin aU
that that would hare been onlygratifjingmxpity
1 felt
but,Chen be
covered
to' with'-tbe earth from the surfaceof suitable places and, lastly 'parfaDePditcbesleading
could not help most ,
'No fable; being powerfully impressed '
aad sympathy,not feeding the soil The .
my cutting afterwards cut .from the centre to the
springdrains
'. ; a alength's
'"""""AwtUun'tabeo --1 as I left the place with the mysteries withwhich' ,
; I of '
;burning lore, bethought me nay i-
my en *toleave''onlytbree buds'ootoftheground. these lateral ditches were placed eI interval*
God's wise rondence is often
i Aid placed U where experiment.. 1 ,prayed to lleaTen. J turned shrouded. -" "', ;< very. In the following"year, the three of 1.&o&rds.; 'The cypress part,formerly visit '
Sambo had laid his vote with so much care.. my mind on every side of me. 'I 'tried to become branches sprouting from ,the three eyes left ed only by ''a canoe,'is now easily*accessable y

Town.meeting day arrived, (that day K> noted contented, burl only grew more restless to the cutting, will also'.be''cut leaving three and furnishes abundant and durable";timbex
I Throughout Yankee land)and Sambo early voted. and more uneasy. I set my heart on this object OneGaasTooMnci- ; buds to each of them the third year they will for building and fencing. -The open uncultivated .

| .; ",* # for years, and my disappointment was only OB, THE WIPE'S NI.GHT.-CAP. begin to yield.- Another mode of propagatingand part covered with 'lei Taveragirig'

Tae inspector made the count proportioned to the strength of my hopes.- By "lrix.fz'err,;toeis.t*, even of improving the quality of the grapesis 4000 pounds to the'acre'paiatabiesnd,' nutriV

+ 'To this amount, Mortal creature cannot,conceive my misery- :Mr."-,who doesn't lire more than a mile that commonly known and.caned by agrialists lion to horses and other ttock: ;;L:7ear
e did declare its intensity bitterness,its raging fierceness. from the post office in this city, met some "Northern by layers' Tines ire always pruned during sixty acres yielded sixty heavy bales of.cotton
ADd that-. they It seemed as'it my existence' were all'swallowedup men with Southern principles" the other evening the winter, and great Can is taken to' cutoff and the best acres of.; ,corn. 'land'serentytlx.bushels. .
It there: in the Tortex of this one .object and pur- and in extending to''them the hospitalities of the eldbranches, and to leave three shootsof ., -, / ., vfuThis -r' T
"For. the Whig candidate there doth appear T the "Crescent City" Tinted so"many of our princely the last growth-which also cuts about I 'work was accomplished by'Irish diet:'

A clearMajority po54'WhUe I thus suffered, 'and my heart Ras consolations Saloons and as"Marble they journeyed Halls, imbibing that-when spiritual he left eight inches from the old stock;.they are likewise ers. Hegroes, it:is said,' could: have oJ .

ur of ten," daily corroding, my'younger'sister' was mar them at the midnight hour he felt; decidedly felt, 'hoed and weeded at least once in winter cheaper governed by the maxim 'Si ntto':
And thenOD.'acatterlng ried In due course of time, a child was barD that he had a "brick'in his haL" 'Now; be has-a and'once in rammer:- In June, when the Vegetation ultra ertpidvm> I t confined the black man to'tbe

0 rote for William Carter" to her. Oil God, bow:bitter, were my feelings wife, an amiable,accomplished,and beautiful lady of vines is in iU greatest growth a"'diligent cultivation ofthestap1ecommOd1tler.'In .-'* '*ci
(then I thought root to ,be reapoD ible:for ,who loves him devotedly, and finds but one fault farmer is always =carefijl to cut with the the'open'uhcultfvaEed' 'part 'ofTlobrr's
And one for "Cream of Tartar"tnctllaneoun. what I felt All the depths of my misery were with him. That his too,frequent visits to .the fingers the smallest sprouts,'which cnly serve pond there are'several;:hundred acres.'of peat

r stirred over again. >I reproached 'myself 'I' places, where those "bricks' are obtained. to enfeedle vegetation of the larger branch from twelve to thirty-six.i ch' &deep;festinjon

cursed my God. .I: felt myself outcast I ca -After took leaving his his bearings friends and Mr. -baring paused shaped a moment ,a es, and in"maD1' .vineyards' the .good'method 'a bed pf blue clay at first I had great inis

red not what became of me. From daily and course en the principle that continual angle meet has been also adopted to-porno sticks or even givings regard to this"peat land,and tbquglit

The Maniac' weekly seeing ray sister's child grow in beauty made sap for home. In'due course of time he arrived stocks of cants to which they tie,with a'strawor of tking It exclusively for pasture and manure.
; I became more .enraged. 'The' sight of it there, and was not very much astonished but young williws,the young;luxuriant branches This'year I planted seventy acres of it in Borne
OR, THE MADHOUSE INMATE. sometimesmade; the hot burning blood,mount rather frightened,to find hit worthy lady sitting up of the.vines; With knife plough,similar the blade of a

t to my cheeks, and I feared what.I might do.I .- for him. She always does. She smiled when he 4th. In many/parts;of,Europe,the epoch of colter, I cut the land both ways every;twelve

BY GEORGE C. BILL. actually trembled at. my own thoughts. came- in. That also she always does. the vintage of .every year is determined by the inches to the depth of the one grass'roots'fol-'
Where the that entered mind "How are you, dear E r' she said-"you staid authorities. bolt ,and
suggestions my municipal .In the district of the lowed the same furrow with a tocgue

I was visitiirg, a few autumns a othe, Luna- came from, it was difficult for.me', to imagine.I sick.out "so, late that. I feared. 'you. .1 bad. .. been taken. Douro, the farmers:are led to commence the brushed up in every'direction square blacks of

' tio Asylum in U -, desirous'of practically did not try to imagine; I cared not. whence "Hie-flint sick,,wife b-but don't. you th-think' gathering of their,own 'experienced 'The deli peat. After beingexposed the sun and made'drf.
acquainting myself: with the modes of dIscipline Ihey ame'so; exquisite, 'yek:'so extreme was Tm-rm a littJet-tighU'' ; cate flavor of the grapes; will easiliapprisethe tbese-were : r.and burned. By thismeansthe .
there enforced as well as of gratifying to their torture. 1 used to take her in'my arms "A very little;perhaps my dear-but that is nothing farmer of1hdr.omplete maturity' "' 'Jbrmidadle roots of the cane gras S

its fall the appetite of tnj sympathies, that -the little angel-cnd=when, I put my face r on hare so many friends as"-,,;) 5th.;The grapes s'are* always gathered on a were eradicated ",and. a coat onaahea secured: *.
eraresfoed sometimes,. even when, 6JD'thi.CB down to hers and; looked in her;,large blue must join them in a glass once in a while!" f drysunny day, and after :.sunrise theymustbe In the spring,;ridges' the conic .
immediate good. the reflection own wild "Wife you're too good th-the.truth Is,rm d-dddrunkr clean of all leavea 'and' 'ttme1.Tefii 'ci -
indulgence wrought no eyes and saw my "- *- ;) of"either rotton or plant; snd up to this ; s
t had a child some three,or four years old, features in th,- I ''fairly trembled 'With.C. indeed dear-Fm sure'that even another green pits; they are brought in baskets to the tion wbetier-insfl' .Georgiartbere'7i: :better. '
"Oh "
with see,'which I led bj the band from room to fright. The child seemed to return my'gaze glass no would'nt my hurt you. ,Now suppose you press rat,'where after the vat completely field of grain; .T'JL J '

.room From patient to patIentIcat.stoppingto as if she could read my tortured soulin its Tery take a glass of Scotch ale.with. me, just, as a nightcap full;; they are carefully .by.men's'feet. '"Several,hnndied'acrea of ibis.pqM areaprpropriated +
look each but a moment or two, aDd that depth. I grew afraid to >bold;ber in my dear!!' ": Twenty-four hours after this operation; the L.o ..pasture. This grass<;in'many .
moment always crewded to'the foil with pity. .arms. I knew not what I might do. Still,she .JToa are too kind my:'dear, by half -I knew ebullition of'the liquid will 'commence,which places is.breast high and the the'moweigj o- ,
and sympathy. would cry to bare me take her;and sometimes, Tm d-dtnnk." will bring up:to the surface 'of 'the'vat the flounce it equal to any'BpeameMla'Ne'irEng

: The keeper,. very' and'sagaononi,as 'even though my'eyeballs seemed fairly to hiss -"Ohno-only,*. a julep 'too. m4ch'lorethat'sold' stalks and skins'oftheT grapes' 'and form a kind land. ':'To'mg';,it is st'Panoamaj'ttiinat: bxg' .

well as intelligent man,led me alot -,connnent- and snap as they rolled about i their.sockets, McMasters, nukes 1 such stiffones" otc.- It will be.well to bra; with so'ue I, word"transccndantly beautifulJ tJnfortunatfr-:-

lag on the condition'now of this oue'and now I shrunk from her,I cannot tell why. .y= juleps- wooden instrument "that crust)and to ',:itagaui ly;I do not reside on iny plantation, but when I
.t that/carefully watchlA&.eac: patient to'detect a'Asvehe'grew more beautiful'and more Interesting .rste-it cant with the liquid four or five times'g I go there' ,' (which is'Often J.and look arouird'oiii .

,' if possible,' some, new and. prominent ;\so she seemed1 to lore me more' and hurt. you, dear; Rant one before I retire P the fermentation, which will'be-: prolonged i that plain velvet I become-dreamy and fersguuUivc.
change and always dropping a' gentle word morel, I thought'she was bon in the world to The lady hastened to open a bottle and as she this operation,and thus the wine acquire more .and fancy it.to,be the .finest medow- S
with each,' to"-work iu way-unaided, to pursue my soul with torments': The more I became placed two tumblers before her on'the -' color' and strength.1 The fermenting process east of thp buffalo praIrts.'WhcaIleboHfUe

their brain,through their feelings.As inflamed;the closer.would she clasp me she put in one a.vety powerful emetic. >Filling, the will last five days in'a"r year, 'when the grapesare browsing oil the'rank'grass, rod;w111/? ?ilia 1

: yn sauntered silently along,"we suddenly with her little.white arms. 'She- miled at me, asses with the' foaming" -' ale 'she banded' one to good,and sound: but less, if'the grapes be corn spring from the.soil,which tt sgesgener- ;

came upon a young looking woman, of very what my very look.hajrgtrd;and'frightful as her Suspicion husband.'came r\ dottdOr>upon biff- 'mind* She; not' very sound' ,'or fifth bare been p err rated.. malaria and monstei 'I enjoy>tte land*. }

handsome and 'regular features, with long raven it was,should bare made her scream with terror never before had been so kind when he was drank iii damp -After': :the fermentation isovert cape with'as'onmueh'Seastoas'ever,2ltcbimeile

black hair;that streamed widely over.her .'Her prettrlittle; finger played with'toy' He looked at the glass-raised. .it to.his Upeyrthen and.before the.lignid.beeomes.eompleteljcold did' the p '?oSjraarua' of ;
fair shoulders and with an eye thai, had such lips; and ;poked*d*:.)eyes, as if .she.would hesitated. ,the 'wine is.taken:from the press vat'to ,or'Sardannpslnshisdiaaer,. .. SS J b St
m look of calm and sweet repose IndicatlTej open them when rahul them close for; ;very "Pear;w-wont'rJ t..taste'mine"to make it the wooden tunnel(cask.) '.The residuum that tI "t;
too,'ef gentleness and or woman's strong and fear of looking'her.:--6h3 played with my sweet- he.. is to say.the stalks and skins-of the'grapes i epto (ofthis'Ihsieiinhted'ontli"i" i"
the ,neck.: "Certainly.. lore!? replied theiad"J.takiDg.,, a Wbichstill quantity of juice are premises some fifteen other Ipends an of wbfcb are
fervent lore,as to make me turn on moment curls and threw her soft arms about my contain a. good. .,
ask that : mouthful,,which she was very careful not to swallow. e '.the' of the vat and nctITe5and bneT of:wMcfc;'embracing'Siaa- f
and the keeper if he were sure She soon learned to proaounctimy name,and ". heavily_: bJ pre '. .' '
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"* < of
is worth in.the : '
this woman was insane. 'seemed to.be.'as::mucb"delighted with me'as r i Sufpicion\vanished,'-and solid the ale smithsaid the. wine thus obtained is carried.'into. another dred Unagentlemen acres, who, haveuv; ojWoa ited.iVtwa hundred .

r-1II.ti4 let at once comprehend'my question; with her'bwn'inother;nay more, she wonli aU down the throaof'the satisfied hUbandtlpitting tunnel- being of inferrrquality.J6th. ;; dollars the acrfc., :ersr' r 'i J Ti
ndj'whae. I tree.in':the',act of rtpeatlnr U to cry,for me wben tor 'h.er mother seemed. After out the, taste,.the 1ad1tniIhed her .Laecond -fermataUon.'ot.'we ,takes "hlobl'a pond iI no longer'tn r7esbat 1'g:'.
Mm, the little girl whom held by the hand to are nothing., =. ,1 r."',,_VV ,1' glass, but seemed In no hurry to retire. She fixed place a short time:after it is"put into. the tunnels maKpn's'clay metamorphosed into abeaukM wo
clipped from me, and approached.,within the fHer''mother''left; <::ril0ne':with'' toe'one a fooUnb of water before 'an easy chair; as if she ,so that it-will be'nwessary-'to' keep/du; man.-Tt throws out'its wealth,froni centre to sly '
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fall-riew of the woman. .I should liare known summer lernoon?;0h;' lerer'forget batsfternoon1heit1In'.was intended to':bathe her beautiful feet therein.' i But ring the process, always;the bung bole open; eamr riD* ywlding*materials stbr building'sadfeneinfc'pasture .
Dan small as were thoserfeet there was not water enough and avoid the fw eatU 0.'hs y,for rkaorse. clad
'or l&o %nothing of li bad not my ears been '' to let part of the gas escape; to r
just going::intobis the*saks
husband to would not disgrace
in the,tub to cover them. The. began,. of.tbe Vessel.,, AVben ttisstcond fer.mentation corn and cotton whkb.
that moment with amosttni- explosion "
'pierced just ai: decline, soft winds wblspered'gentle TOices mlmy fat,and he wanted to retie d V : becomes arth..v" ii 'ft -*- ,*_- .71-v '
arttJy cry-a uy;-not of words and articulate ears'birds'wvbledjOnV lbcir/joy' in. the 'Wait only"Cew mnurte;Y dew'?'said his loving is:finished,;and the liquid. t 'Hasyour 1d.tenU'UY- .. t
sounds.but of shrieks'and hisses,'and bellow oeol recesses i oftbe \ki leave;;the iⅈwas x spouse; "I.anttoreftdthajiewsinthisaflernoonisIMta. cold,it"is r then considered readyto.put into thine in.thetrouble prerahsea.l 1;of.y6urZtisae_ -* "'.- 4
is j,. combined. ;,M ,JWr/.t.OOd.ou fin end ubJaD4t.rider hantiagsaetheyceydtciceinparsdlae'tke'ftsgranoe> ,I found it in your pocket" ? -- pipes and brought to':marken but previous to bi>w. 0 thr .this. toQ"" II-taU 110, ; : i
.The,.noise,'was !earf I;to listen,to! It made eta thousand;flowers "-ANfew minutes more elapsed and then--and then &hiI'.n\-muat. \ ;b well clarified with>.wbites of something,to introduce ltJC1rler pretlcer1y
m3TerJb.bloodeardlila; : U._ tiD*.Jq flesh 1a'G'I; 'atedytresni: jitob oostri= -h ya gods and Dan p-titslake* what a t1m!-; t" .;. 10 tlie'quanti. rofthelU.brandy malignant. Anncd v, .pa.p klbecame' '
swept i = T.h.Ji b- dwas plaeed.bx-' aq.chain: H. L"iri' cant Li saintforbaaishroakesdemiod from Irelsnd aDd"
ei
chills 'sad of a
hot and then ieoU
-iey raufearfafiy .
grewTery ;' ; without" knowing it almost .. .
I'fsand
nryself; '
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began to.understand;why the tab was.there:;her '.1. Tine. ,- sales for Bg 4be'AbgS I It
across, .carryinglhe,child.out_ with: me,into the gar- soon learned what ailed hint. ; Suffice it to say,the added" WI" -t in Dgl'MadIJ' eM of Lfs
.,,:ll ieraed;>"what'it:meant,-and ma r -. dta.;Att. ;tI thought.of m ijstster's brick had left hii bat."It'hasnVbeen'there since ,|j|I known uj:U9 Baal.wM PortWiae; .about, bas; may.,1\::7nr htuDhllr ssentasks.&,1i. .'"F

riosls&ed beyond>H.id, .ipUoatb look at the ks 'of,nyewa raUery,,!felt He says haH never'dxult another julep{!be'can't its primary and niturtl states mtains '.is comfort to 1 forroQt eat 01M! i 1 = _
woman,who bat moment: before:was aUy.i I:tried t*. ; hs wife better than ere ;_Ci ... far beyond twW'i < **+ .".'ctnUeaessjHl; 'loTeaHer eyes: 'liest:. csrieditaiee''aprovldencelnmy % into. .-, ,. $_ "? ) -
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like liTbgcoalx" l a.ture'tf', wtittK id'aeritUBa&1 could 'Bead<,1h1a.truthful story., pjrolttnr its maw wines of Fran ittorStalyrButnotwtth- :2'
glowed > "
rtfcfyingdisapT #
Every ; y.rt' -- "; Ii ,
..before,hfcnltnnie,face, 'wa wfaWy distorted: -.et Bothlaf i ,I woH feH. BothiBg but misery= -N."Ja- .. 11-'ff sisdlesg'tlus' ..1.: WktnviLTkflfoaaflB., Poriwhmiatei ftf SDlriL bv its .: best" frpadtsaterwbile.dea&a,trek 1 n 1mdJtC tiwt n'*steal; : :

HerKps tore drawn'out Into fieree line'thro1. .i And misery> fast jcrew' )nlomadness;>7c9fearfulf -:A- merry-tiche i.1I that 1'who are,good ? .J !: ,- e'sita .s'ehowD'ab'Oti, aJ' .TOIB p' ',. ,, ,

"Wft the Tjccied,"in"her momentary Taaaia,, madness V"Tker old,spirit,|came over.me needlewomen, arejike the enemy spoken of in d tn'betpreaernd tot".Dr 7ars"tedaiislm nude .hoI Thotnpeoa fIr"t :".'. t
of ardt ding'ap
the noise bad alarmed *' 'wholewuileaftce tbatlawai : 1 waHe the l et every yearn addition may, ld i. .t 3 .
that to tne: Her :;YfeIt not myselfs+ iisaw.1l the parable f'thef.-t&ia : r.4 .A'. # .$ a.J .t q1'J' S ;
< .dtaelividaadlrk_ hifuI .Wiih the> l was not nyceUL .Ldreaded to look the beau aJeer.,4t414""tj ,14''t: > i J' to be moved from one vessel into another .' j: '. t" L''1.,._, .


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wjFei; as lo what auat be the -ulesasbe ; i\t to .. ; .
fteJM Cika 'T'H E W' s and noTdispute it-South TheoUa1 glettotiha
should desist from aggression and cease to agitate correct, wejtaBwrtarnly
:, ,"odt1'f.1wzoa she has ft the y .
\tf i "w..4. ; Caro1I Iic1Jt.secede and if .
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? XLAup b3ill .w the subject nay me,the Union.I "Nothing; > : .
abort of it can : and ,there is no certainty thatit 51 h1 f L' States can have ft illlb17 correctiietoryoftbese
I ..MjJDtM 8tr:;Mf; igenientalinust Winy : '*u/r-i
ng could if delayed beyond thtfUrn*stated," fi her in the exer- forcible statement oWe it1! iiaa
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apolt,for tacknowledgingr '.sooner yeurtwoletters Wi&towfu
.The convention, in my opinion OngljtfoMinformal rti circle, as the gen 1 lltbt red ''"
!) Jtw *; is.- t *.< .'t' as so hJ ,
::1| am Obliged t.to 10 far securing tso'promptan at the North in tan g.J 6me n'ev,pplitl-| fit rather aa unpro- &'Fil tb fJi" flrii! tf.frl' .
f admission' of my address ini6 the eoltuns 4 ec :_ ; for ftfter.travelling over a ..'r"ki', e-.p.
position. A formal 6ae called-by tbVai the stalwort blows gtren 1 thi iBitl1
thLntc11igencer.CoLBe tou:; bos'continued of the of the Southern. great'deal of ground he arrives at the point whencehe *f v- I ,. .
thority government m st1ji: Is.IJ much"tit
(o get so many-jobs for'thai papery that'had States, and to meet in their official character JACKSONVILLE: flSaturdayT.YflfleT2 started,Just aiwisefts.when he set pnt.. ::1 _jw- A .. I j
4 my apbrehension, in thtir"ttish, toJceepiairwith thing we.had%r g .e
conclusively
him Sronld either not at aa representatives of'StateSpOught-not' to be fiat after having proved for us ; > .,,:

all or delay,that they lei long tetorinakb the publish publican thought of short of the last extremity. I am '$, 18 1. that a State has a right to secede it would be unkind box, t VWfeela tr.
.
also of the that the call to be '
opinion ought with that portion of .Thftjpfinc &of tejuIsa4ep1 (
1 ofDq.n.tae. ,bt.T t ,". iti J' and uncirilio find fault
ti J .Ism'ghdi that.you inlendto baprewnt so made as to.ensure a full attendance and harmony :: "' the article in which the writer is.stratitm / 9nibat. claim for interest is'admUted:.on all
For that NBWSE.BaAaNBsq.OcaiPIa.
; of views and action. purpose, 'AGENTS FOR THE ,
I 4 .; the meeting of your,convention in October I : at wbleW)he- 'ibbencioga1J.arriving.Jo"e -
IfIii conclusions
the the onlyobstAcTc''iafthawhesitation
-occasionTand itJjhodldlbe addressed to softhouth, ; 1'( ti".tlbB8,BEA ). fI'aJl hW e. Pia g very
; isanimportant> your presence without distinction of party who desire to sate \I aba1lletthftLpO..5U44PA1iaau4e of the different Stci .
f will be.of great service. You.-;ask:me' for my -. '. .- w "of ;
th&'mosreffedtukl I "take : the ingenious discovery '
theUn1oi7n&'to"ftdopt parting notice the rekpdnsibilltyw'of toVwi
the ultimate action iof .thetUh.fAoertahlleyent&1 '
Yiewstouching !
: for but who in the '' .T."P. KB5In DYf.Eaq'fvT..mps.l1a.: 4 It" b.
measures th.at'pulposf liih)1itt) ietspbyic& .req4red
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c ; It' is the gravestof .. ate able difficulty, f 8eifioi'iii"
J all subjects and mustoondcmandih&atten. event it sboufd prove impossible,and the alternative Gen)6: RvssnLrqIewnansvUeFIa.B .' ord ary'genius X draw the,fine hair,lbi!Aveh ,.Musui'.L. ;---T,4 ijfjs.lt/ri-f M it'r
submission resistance. should be \ ken from the Journal ofCommeiejalso .(
p tion of the who} ,:Union,'iu tones so deep ai to forced on"the South or stand prepared to choose ":..'tn lUBt\, .." Esq'O&iey's" Ferry. J I"I"Fla.GoCu1vaascjL"Augt9tIne .. divides the Secessionist from the Revolutionist but thtifh iieeD' Di \1<
ol .anp'endf)
.- rouse the attention of ail._ r ** *, ; 11-'d bare it 1Idone'tO 'a'nicety:; Itl gAt-
the latter. 'S Oha call could not fail tq secure 'j'h.
There is one point on.which there can Jbo ho : Judge A. SrEBfci Fla,: 'tttorlongto'manindi'ritivtly. tJ4l1i/iintl1 Foll ed to refer them (o Cout 1 x1'unh tiladon
\ a 7all\'ntendance/irom'eYery: .S6atheiri State, -IMO ,rCedar.Kfey"; ,. .
1' dvesityofopinIon'inthO South among those I" r 'indiviAffifap ;. ;:"L" i i:2 ', -
andnarm'ony "of4 !! ws.and # tion.Ihe caljougbi ::i : ItitoAjperfeetina' u&"aii" : )3 rel !

:t 1 mind who are not ttrae to-be Jo slaves her, or;' that have, ,if made we should up their bet lo: be'accbmpanled byfldrss' ', brieflystating .& 'r 'k b dg &ri; Me'dnjl loathe"tipn. : aPd}'.'.little'.! ::..W-'10,"fo.r &PVJ*, tot!.' t -*! 1ttt.t

':ihegnmnd (makingit.1: : I trtistiConyentlon 'V Twioujr valuabte PUblic 'mwfndtvufualiy a d !'coUectively.1., ByfJytho ; t v '
I forded to choose between. rWistuxfte.!and submission JACKSON. OKTON. for .: -
will! make'the'call: t/tlt C9uldf come 4.S :J;l7oJ. -Uj tSl- vf* M. : nt.It WAsuhing
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sday4M11
;.we.ahnulcta1.resista.nce at .allhn7 rigAl of&otsaonksng1t7ereiu4a .
Your ''StateV.is fSjWSFSH igot: s ,.1: : i ,i 1 ;w.:i.t ., 1 .
fbr'ihat frpni 'no better:quarter Jheeentteorthe1S'ou As recent A rcumstance have created '
ards. 'If are'nbi'p'repared: : ; rprepared .. : is ,nottm. indlddi&g1itb,: ,aright0fthette : : a,
hern 'portion .of the: great. I.'' '1.\1 nt j ', '" I .I' : (' C/' able degree of interest in these'claims Dd.
tolslnk it the most debased and1 miserable : uierer ,
cr.ll PD ULEIf a&c&oti ." what process ratiocina- -
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valley of the Mississippi; more.deeplylf pos j : are likely hereafter some attetU*
IL. condition ever allotted,to a people and sible, interested than any 'oth t;and would be last Sunday, on.bis way.to. his plantation at Hpmosassa fion'our i toglelan\arrived .at' .these' definition andy! gt'f8'a brief sketch of their originate-'which;]
and ord the
to,become.the scorn b.T- of .world. thanit'itcame where h.will spend some time, "' nol*Worm frottj I historical associations ,though not of
"elcite
.. That.we will be forced .to. the alternative I lesa.liable : .a feeling jealousy nlfl*d i? nctions. he does { jbut very
C : .t. date;will lend fortherjnterest. -
fronthisFtr{ ; ) anyoCtb ld'er States, ;34W 'f '; 2 in which re anuouneed, ; f
hold to'be certain, unless. prompt and the most CALIIOUN'JS .' the oracular manner they It will not be newto'tnnyreaders of ,Tttoune
t
sbbuldtakethe d and MR.
El effiderit'meainires should be taken by the South Ifyqnrinvention f we'are bourn toreceive! them.with'.due deterenceandhnmble'ith : that in 1812-13 an intense liesire.; .

I I to arrest the preSent. course of events. They recommend' the sametime'a'' ; general organization We invite. the attention of;our OadI'thtO' the .' The'sum' of the matter is jthls.:: the southern portion of the conntrjvtCjrtl ,,
of the.South era States,1 would agree to letter of the departed Southerner which we publish ida, then flourishing
; "GrAnner moving worse or more rapidly It ',, I 17C'I'an independent- single.gentleman,I a very Spanish Colony
mere underwrite t the .coD'8eqoence8.,,.AmoJjg.1 ur 'another column. It is the'voice of our'grea wealth and the thraldom'of SpaZIihthe /;:"
should ?
if pot a opinion'with that.we : own" hoor incoinpanyj !
his
mrz other would more who a row ."on desire that .
Letween advaritages'the; Whig party, may 4kick up same nowczhIth
be forced.in the end choose, submission monitor, as it were, from the tomb, May its/prophetic Secession
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fully"unite in the call in any :other State;;>nt just when be pleases; ;bu poor : Cuba.id > 4 / c If. ? "I .
and resistance unless the South should 11, '' t ., 5"S ." warnings harp the effect to arouse, and unite band of, "ffllibnstupon rs" '
(I this. --5- .% V [ .has wife and family': OcCI1S> ,before he.cAli lift a Accordingly, a ., .
r take the subject into its own hands, and by.a Why.cannot M !'Rltchie and MrL''Burk6lbe his countrymen in the great Crisis which is fast approaching :. I the Peninsula, and. III'd eL.J tI
) united! and decisive movement, stay the course and ; !their finger. .. :r |I American officer in hit rapor% t.tthe'
i induced to back the callt if If should be made ; which' must result either in- !
I of events. Be assured that there is no other i '. ';> tfi i! "their track was marked,oy pub, 'tI"en.
remedy-none:not the least through the action It is theii 'irue.couThe: ,'. whether'regarded'aspatriots complete''degradation, or'the" "restoration of their ATLANTIC AND GULF RAIL ROAD.. and murder. They'found East. a

( of.the general go.v rnmeJlt.} Things ,have or)party-then) :' they wpnld agree tO : equal. rights, either in the Union"or.out. of'-it We have strong-reasons to.suspect that'the par.; province, they left'it a desolation"' :Mr'lo
k its and the ;' ,
do it wOuldensure success keep Government 'the etaz
so, recognized d'Mii V.
relief from that
too far to hope for -
ii gone quart S 'New York have been'so long talking
movement in the right direction. S ESSIpjf*'' ties in w J troops to aid in taking possession, t.Spaq fQ
"RIGHT OF *
ter. .
Yours truly, ., about this work are, and have been, insincere in 'war with England was glad to treat for the.
I have not ventured the assertion that events theoretical }
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'J.. C.' PALHQUN.Nrl here ate many errors which are their professions; and that they have been playing'' her Territory. It was one of;the principal; y
were .moving worse or more rapidly with ..5 extensively circulated !2d generally believed* only the principal'provtsion'' that.treaty .(gpti -
out due reflection and j much ,observation.. J because no occasion has ever occurred of testing the a game of deception'to. further their' own private, not get much) that the United .State ahft14

have looked on, the movements at the North ; Cobb's Suppressed Letter. truth or''fatuity,of such theories- by that close and endsi, When the;first .charter'was granted; more, the damages sustained by the Sr jabs'

1 the-adjournment' with close 'attention. /When the-delegation' from' Clarke county rigid examination which men of ordinary prudence than two years ago, .their? pretext for delay'was I' from the lawless incursions of'the mariudftt'

in opin'on as bad as they can went down Rlilledgeville to attend, theConsolidatio'nists' and sagacity investigate the principles which not be: the United States troop 'Which'damag
Tbey are, my nl .that it was an unfavorable one, and would
they are about,to adopt 81 of action. "
Convention carried with rules ascertained .byv of law, underStates
be. time both courted the they process I
lAt no have parties I ; } Last''Kinter it .
LL Freesoilers and tho Abolitionists with more them a letter from MA.' Cobb/defining his views This is t opening sentence of an article in the accepted jtOL it was amended., was J authority-the angrcswr thus.having

ardor. I make', no distinction between 'Free on the political questions of the day,.to bo laid Tallahassee Setittnel of the' '17th ult,written for amended, just to suit them, and then engineerswere thing in his own hands. : <+"'

I soilers and Abolitionists. They are both'equally before the members of that Conv ntion. It ins the express'*,\purpose demolishing, the''right'pi' to be sent t' and-the work commenced at1once. The authorized treaty negotiated"the Court h8lg'established In lit 18S6gre's Et

I ,hostile .tq; us 'and institutions... Of the intended, apprise.the members' in advance Secession; and this truism. pronounced as,solemnly -A'few months ago" ah order was issued from gustino and Pcnsacola'f.to receive and ad u4"4

I I t two, the former,are,the. worst,'and most dan what sort'of a man they,were about tonominate'itallbeing' and oracularly as if the writer was about tome 'head-quarten; hold"van election'for Directors. claims arising under this treaty xrcserviu to i

gerous. I regard the new platform, called/ree ; ; cut and' dried.that.Mrl: Cobb w ito .the 'theoretical errors;?' oft jthe, Secessionists 'That order'we understand, is now:countermanded..' Secretary of the,Trchsurypower to eject the n
Democracy, attempted to, be., rectiI at. the be the.omin'. in :rc1 rjthai they should 1 and: 'is postponed! till nextjfa l!: ding, if in judgement they failed to com SHi
with something tban"theoreUcaierrors" of his tho.'organization, ,
: antI the Freesoilers have pretexrafterwards' f kicking out.of the provivionsof Treatyi .. .' --.if 4fc
Norjh. to, rally re- nite. 'tie : %
I and ,the .oldrDemocrats who ppposed thein at the traces" and refusing to*support him. iThe own. We fully coincide'1 With him in his'sensible .The (truth ought to,be A told, and,4this'is plain These coinmLsjjoned Courts.acting underjM
'
V the last election J ; as but another name for J'ree' purport of the letter has transpired, as also the observation; that thin -errors go' iLbro d'J to-the truth jWf 'be ey IJ ,roa4 win.be:buiit, ,but not_ ;: stipulations o1'conreproceedediinder t&JHsi

disposition'made oUt 3"llwasfoun'il by Messrs.Coombs world7arid JbecaWe hare the who.'ha e.bCCD sOflongltriflipg wjthnsf ] and nseg&of'uatiobs in finding thVawaYdsf.-|
soiiers, more, dangerous; than ttheirOriginal, : ; pass u ent ] (:they ,not by parties It has long been 4 scttlejlyprincrpU: 'oodfuttnamong
; because.calculatedrtq deceive .and. ,betray the ,Ideriwitae' r'F o1'ed' ndi:thers) managers been'refuted; .and it Js very nauraftbOy' shouldDut he'ioutepresentst6Oniflfl advantaged to; leading civilizcsd nation* to.recebr u.

South. >There, as yet, has been not,a llYJq of'the Convention nndJ'chiefiYirwoi't hon&Vsays'f) '!"the ', tailced1 abandoned 'and the'sooner.tha'present iartIs: interest as part of the damages in cases
muelt nghi of QIeIZTIA i
.. .. .. .. ., ., *9.., _
.
I i.t. that I,have seen,in which the free doctrines, eos, towhom, pnlyj.it was submitted, to bg:too' Secession" one of "those' .errors, we ask'for, the withdra ;'the f sooner1't 'work".jrtil"be ftecbtnjpUshed. destruction of rr peit1. ;For instance inra
much of Fad 'ftalist'.document,to be allowed 1 I seizure 'tfoo'o :veelhef value '
theWi1motzoisoand a 'S or -a
na to the. territories '
and denunciations, slavery. did not consti. meet the ,ye of.the 'O ttiid 'publicor" even to prooff which:is certainlv,not.'to I be found in tho .;:So ;j iong !as'TBiey.'plSiy: tho dog in the tomcat on that valuey up tojuthe-period.>pa.,

l lute the platform. The aim of the whole movement be laid before the'body of the Convention. It writer's learned'article.:''i 'W. 'J > manger,", so ,long will-others:be,deterred"from.cm- is considered equitable damages.. The same e

t' :is political j and is. intended :to catch 'the avowed,the'most open Consofldationdoctrinei.' f., :He4'assumcs,""t lt because the,right'o.r Secession( .bracing ftdvantagea.offOTed.i J' f! 1t,0 mon twean sense nations and'tan common between law'b principle, J,4(;obtaha Thti

I ) support of the .Abolitionists without I losing It emphatically'denied the right of a State to is not expressly guaranteed. to the*,States. ,b,',theFederal ': ., : ; ; laid down by all the commentators on the..LwrNation

I I that of the South. If they succeed in.that, our secede.from the Union' i under' .any- circumstances CoDStltutionth'1eroie they'do'not possess it! MR. co nt AND thluIs. -,.Vatte?> Whcaton.Kent,Grotiutand

II doom is fixed. I do not doubt but ,we, have and claimed that in any such event it was the This is rev 12fu old.* i.**. .. ..The.article whichTwe publish':from'(he ABgueiaOa. ers. The United States SupremeCourt hai

I manyand 8 ncere..fri rids'among the old, Democracyof right and the duty ot'tb .Federal,Government. tainedin Constitution itoelf:. "The! ;powers,not, ,( .) C(" Snppresied ed it, and our Government has mainland iti

i I J the Northrand even.-among ..{)hose to.make:.war upon her, and to subjugate her by the'United States, 'the Constitution .Letter," ought to open.tho'eyes of the Southern cases arising with other'Government scorn ip
by
1 j, wh.are'1nclin to.favor this unnatural cpaliTtion. the military! zi dnsi4iforoeapftheConfedera.wins delegated scores of times. .fj-; !M, ., .4 i
M They.do it from what they regard to, be I iW *irtJf ,'nor prohibited by it_to the States i are'reserved ,Rights men in Georgia,the game which.the Consolidationists 1) Justice Story rats, that : roper mcanseidamages"

a necessity,and as the only w y by Whlc :the !-1t> ', thought T very hazardous Co put such: to the States respectively, .or to the,people." But, are playing,; and if Mr.Cobb has.faP the ml iri cose#' and bt illegal iultrtnttatl eapt'oW the of a vessel,5*

i Ir Whigs can be' put down, and with reluctance. .v'ews before the]Convention,many of the members -' this writer places the,creature in the'position of the' len so low as to be put' inleading strings,bj.thparty prime." In accordance with these tlayafijtfjmeia.
principles a
'
II But that.cannot alter its fatal,tendency,:jj,Z.; of which were' still' State Rights m'en, aspastdayiwben in; creator.Ho, 'makes the Federal. Constitution;which 'which h8lt undertaken.to'dry-nursei blint';hei uaa sjuntl.,r whiVTi tli<>y ga{.,Jwuvi jj*.asMrlonda

: ti _I i The Whigs theNortharo preaenC doing none"in .Georgia but a few; Ja the creature of the States,.tiie fountf and source will exhibit himself a!new'phase, and:'afford'furTtheif Courts awarded the' 1almant'as'uanua

r jtbcir! ,best ,prevent' it; :butxas soon as they rank"Consolidationlsts d nied the sovereignty, from;which they are_to derive all their rights. .But proof of til unfitacsJ'.foV: 'anyughthist. ''!'His( the prime value and 5 per eenf/J interest* thatM
4 that to succeed, and that of the States'amTthe right of secession. the legal rat in the
I see itislikely the Democracy was J iifm instructions Territory aUhattuae; j&
f: the South ore prepared to acquiesce It is n o'ioUS that there ore thousands and I let the learned gentleman speak for himself: 'I-letter' sent back. to ; with f f' no'ut The,United States Judges were,bj no mUM a

r Ft in it;they. -a ll.Jlieel..righ: round, and take S.tens .thousands of Whigs,.as also of Deino.:' "Here, tbetiria a trc&lyboGet.niiny( nations; : model his jetter of acceptance.in such a-; ml with. the poor robbed Spaniards, for'thev |

higher and bolder abolition, grounds, and; thus crate, iii the Same political ranks with\Iessrs.l, one of them desires to,annul that treaty-can she. mann as .would. m et, the necessities' hisnew, ; gave $*]OOCOO of awards out of*2. ,ooo'er eM

I control) the mOTement, .while the Southern: Toombs, 'Stephens & Co., who will never sub-1 do so? "If the right be not bexanswered reserved. the' treaty friends! iIi8ta appears"to be a difficult, one,; In plantation one case,and where its it;fappendages was clearly,, proved that
the must in tho wholdjjrad
question
itself
I Whigs will plead our example as an excuse for scribe to (Hie ultra Federal doctrine' that a State tive. Now, in the treaty between the several States nega for;;he has not Y8t been able to frame it. Whether; cd, and its owner driven to Cubaf.was worth$M(

I I their acquiesing in the bolder movements,of cannot rightfully'nte'rp se her; sovereignty of this Union, that ri'hJiInot reserved Itfollfws he'win k in the traces,'or "submit" ,to. the lash 000, the claimant got 82.7,0.00, atcardetf> a parti

I their: Northern friends. The effects of .the whenever s sees, proper to protect her rights: that no State has right to annul this treaty or to 'of his task-masters, remains be-seen.' which he is yet waiting for. When'the 'war#
t 'whole will be, that the North'will become moreuniversally and institutions, and secede from a government refuse to perform her part of the stipulations unless 4 I last came Up for payment, having been delayed 1

II.- abolition than.ever, and the South 'which had become destructive of:,both. They' the other panic*to the treaty. Jutve first refuted to adverse Departmentali: decisions, andj'exptaasfci

1 i, more derided, distracted, and debased than will never ;surrender the slavish doctrine ofrPaSBiv 'perform their.parts? ,THE, NORTH. -BRITISH' ,REVIEW."; acts of Congress for twenty-two years, ,the:!***

ever; and, of course less capable of resisting. '/ obedience" to power, and-agree,that d Do'we':misconstrue the .writer?, lie says, 'm We.have received from the. publishers Messrs.! looking Secretary into of the the Treasury at all, apparently that.wiiafl.
case deckled nM
a :Even as a political 'movement on the part of when'. sovereign State'should, .in the,exercise plain terms, the right to secede, I> not guaranteed Leonard Scott .t Co., the Maynumber of this able: est t'OUldlOt be allowed, as it ws, not in anorJoa

1'1, the Northern Democracy, it will fail. :It ilia., of her best judgements, resume her original po. to'the States .in the 'Constitution and therefore no quarterly., ,The London,Edinburgh,North.British fet/ the usageof the Department &. ,.ItAft

game in which their opponents con "ever outplay siton as' an independent State prior to her voluntary State has a right to secedo-"unless the other and Westminster i ,including also:Blackwood's Mag-j' necessary rule of the Government not to pay iali

them and which,must end in the destruction accession the Federal Union, she.ex parties est in ordinary aetio sshoulditdo -'with' indmdaiif i
id the treaty Jiavefirsi r.fused'perfotm their anne, are furnished at the )ow'rate of io'for.: the:
and absorption of the Democracy thereby poses herself be conquered and subjugated so,-.1erediton would leUhe
the:other parties. There is but one .way they ai the point of the bayonet, by Nprthern armies part'?! This after all, is a "p priticijrif a whole-.scarcely the,price of one of them in Eng-! claims lie as an inrestnienf for the purpose of a

an .themselves and the party by boldly and her citizens to be banged, traitors begging of the question. The States wero sovereign land. Tho contributors to these periodicals, in' cumulating intJTVSta. process wbJfeharould fulja

planting themselves on the grounJ 'which the by the bands of abolition executioners. I when'they entered into the Federal league: England and Scotland, are among themost; 'distinguished -! the Under Government this rule to the endless debt. his decafa T

H Southern wing of the party occupy on this Mr:Cobb-'s Jeter'wns,sent, back to him. It this.is,not' denied. Sovereign States, the writer writers of the day, and they keep the American without taking the least Secretarynlade notice'of the fact thattclahna'rezteduponsolemn'

t great question. It would probably place themin was pronounced imprudent to give it to the pub admits have a right to annul a treaty made with reader fully informed on all the ,literary,'religious : treatyoipu1alionzthe : I

a small minority for the time, but it would lic. But gentlemen wire-workers, it is in vain other Sovereigns, "if the"other parties .to the treaty inrpolitiealmovementa of Great Britain. : payment of damages, and therefore could_M
unite the South, and our united strength would ye attempt to play this game of decepti and have refused to their !This : be subjected to domestic,rules and usages. *?
perform Is ai
speedily put them in a majority again. Nothing suppression. That letter.will have'to see the 1 part. The principal only was admitted, and eves tfil
I else can save them. But taking the course light. The people of Georgia will not be hood- that is claimed by the Secessionists., South Carolina THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN. I has been doled' out through many years.and.j**

which they appear at present (at least a considerable winked and led blind-fold to the polls. They .applies this principle to her own case. She, as This; valuable journal,,so* 'ably conducted byJts'; all paid jet 'The claimants demurred to theWdicisions

portion of them) disposed to do, will will insist on' having'the opinions of the candidates one'of the parties to the treaty, says that tho others present accomplished Editor, has.announced a reduction lain what and have ever since been endeavoring'fo d
United FI
sepal'3te.theSouth from them We .cannot for their suffrages fully before them. have violated it-that ."they have refused to per in the price subscription and advertising,:' Courts. This they is were the cum awarded and substance by'tha of tteriW

countenance or support the new platform, orrecognise The mum policy was tried in 1846,in the case form their part"-and who has a right,to gainsayher which we hope will be the means of giving it.wider ida claims. .r r ,_ .._

any man or any party that maj standon of the Hon Edward Y.ruu, and signally failed. ? She,'in the' plenitude her sovereign authority circulation and increased usefulness.' Mf.;Webster has recently- given"an opinion"'
-
it U of us. Thus thinking, n thing future Let'AIr. Cobb and liisfriends take warning from TOT o their validity in his.nsual lucid;: V!,' ,
I is to mind certain Ls'ev' his'fate. *" declares, that as far as fho is concerned, which
than
my more that nts : ,tJ2We thank our friends.of tho FJoridian and he portrays .the binding,
r "
4 are now going on, the alternative''submission i Mr. Cobb'is inn bad dilemma.S If he plays she will annul the treaty,for cause ; and is'i competent the Marion. Star; for their' 'upon this Government Jo"'pay' Obligationaa'

' 1 .. or resistance will be speedilj forced on us.unless'we mum be will be beat;and if he-comes out with for her c -Bovereigns'to say 'she 'shall not complimentary' notices, Sjanlards"with"8nch'force and
' should unite and adopt speedy measures his consolidation doctrines he is destined,to''the. do'it? ':That'they wiri' compel l her, by f force,'for and verykiBdjwisheaV 'We assure them th'ey'arecorfially'rbciprocitea leaves no loop'holo'througli which any waldP:*|
to it and that fate. 'Constitutionalist. and :it shaft)>e oi aim'to of tho Treasury can Ifa"L' .}fr.'- Corwia'alsoti*'
prevent ; presents the same. -'Augusta. ever, and under all circumstances,to remain unitedto an opinion !
aicvaemVfifSi
i1 what do In merit i the continued approbation of the friends who' repleteWithpowerful
?
question can we it
considering them, until,they choose to say, "You may depart the legality and moral justice of paying.tb .wrBB|
The Two Brother
I annme th3t'the first desire of every truehearted aro,1abOrngwithns in the same good,cause.iar cd cUimantsJat tkfli
? Is'thlsthe'kind of sovereignty ;left to the once and to the Ml amount f
I Southern man is to sue if possible, It is not many years since'tvo young men,with. States ,by the, Constitution? If tho States -_ ;_ .' ,. ''IP '.' '" _" ., .4u..So.r,. "' 'N" _
I the Union, as well as ourselves; but. if both out mean, started in life. They wero both,brothers were \ 'LLi viuuicyui..) .u rat t. nas"pIaeed'.the- The Law:Officer;oC'the Trdair3frioll

I cannot be, the to save ourselves, at'all,events. ;and 'both printers. Both were.Demo .- I! sovereign before they entered the Union i, and had name of Hon. SI:A.'DOUGLAS'at the head of Its:columns Clark, has also recently given an ocW D1nIQI$

I Ruch,Is my determination far as. it lies inmy : Both:subsequently abandoned their ''profession arightto: annul'any treaty when the-'Otherparties 'for the:next presidency, and-:strongly favor of the justice",these claims, e'fmml'
urges
alter earned confidence
having public in the edlto.rial to it had violated it when"'did ability and research,'which is so clear and con ls>
power. )they surrender ,this
.
chair-and since then they have pursued almost hb.claims.9n ft Democratic National Convention. ing that it would putsuch 'at.rest in thS S
j ., .Fortunately for us, the road..which IcaJa to the same career, and' though resident in different high conservative power?_,If the States,voluntarily if there should be.one t-sr -_ .. preme Co beyond\ jossibilityofdoubC ease 'lCj
'
:' 'bothyel lies in the same .dir cUon.' We have' States seem to ,have:lone together, filling divested. themselves of that important portionof '. .. .; ,5 i ___. ftu ?. An objection now mad by the Attorueyuss"
I I: not.'reached the fork yct If we arc ever, to do nearly the same public positions'and winning all their i State,of,in* TreftfaaT.. : .. al is that theTorritorislCourtsof, Floridali *
4. :it Without cert of action 1l hc part of the hearts by the gentle,suavity and steady consistency aovCreigu'powerh1c'couIdiiozepre;. ; ; legally decided the claims to'principal war i,*
BouthjaeUfter- cahbe saved"by'itIf. it be not of their character and conduct. Both are still very serve their union,,by acting as a check on the en. 'By soine miscarriage of the mail, we have lost an Constitutional 'Courts. 'The clabuant)the l'-
important statement the
too' is young men Y'and yet it is more,than'probable that croaohmenta Federal''usurpation and receipts from"customa i '
delayed' it possible both' yet may both will in a few months jrieo to the ., consolidation as received at the .Treaaury.Deparlment..op to.tho: I ask that, they mat- be sent' ek ttf-thtPprt*
S be. :Without it. we cannot, satisfy the North chair of Pennsylvania'the California gubernatorial of the Allanstic ; where is the deed recorded Where ,la' the present,week,from'the commencement of the present Courts' which arc, unquestionable thisTeij

- that the bouth is in earnest,and will, if forceii, ;and California:the Pennsylvania of the Pacific evidence :that they,surrendered,irrevocably, their fiscal year, (July 1,' 1850'and also the receipts and blvd their claims readjudieated/t ,It eait-1'*
choose resistance and I1n il.aho is The broth > from the sales of the Public Lands during the po iblc that,the. Governmentwilldecline .-J
; satisfied
n alluded to are,.William and John highest same
Big. sovereign ;
power'and staked their *
/ blood- : 11'.4 proposition, and.!believe it is in
undcrst
4 S the causes, which have, brought the question ler,now thq conceded favorites for the highest hon.. period.v < Sew i ; ; ,.
bought, liberties. .the'result of'an The that, it:will be. .assented. to.../ '
c between the two sections to its present dangerous ors of their'rCp etive, States, and the admitted pn experiment, entire re'fenues'for:the"fiscal year ending .: -.
' S stage from ft small beginning, will continue choice Of the Democratic party in ea h. The parallel which; HIt failed In'the accomplishment Its object Juno .301851\will exceed tiie;estimates.by Fin "c,' :J 'tlf: L's.WcUT, ...-vorviLij\J ;

:. operate until it :will be too! late to, UTe the win no doubt be completed when each is, 'as must bind;them and their posterity forever to MIU ONS oy noiLii stan4IwUlireach Concluding ".*r K.:t Wt/l&l
If_ Union and nothing will be left :us bono dissolve each will be, chosen to fill the' posts for'which they a yoke; :from which'there' no tho receipts at California,for,ft part,ofthe(' past and ri.WeaearA-frpm.Washington J : ,thatjthejAt
was the
the
candidates. Their history is escape except whole of present fiscal ) .FvTYMIL- (
1 past a guarantee yea generalV opinion;onthe therl
the,conn % on. To do that, .concert of that they will go on* ;with-eo.ua! march and unial- through ianotiier.revolution'(' ,An',appeal to the Lf 6ss "of ,boLLARS: Of this sum; two millions treaty claiius. wa..finally rendered subjectof to thePr

J action"would.be, necessary, not' : to :save the tered devotion, .in the fulfilment of their highest 2ndS.. c.3rd Art ,of;the Constitution,:,to a will be credited to California and $49,000,000 dn Saturday. Tb 'ctaim nt/.at by this ,o
4: Union, tor' ,.would be too late, but to save our duties., -,.- constructive surrender of the prove least, to the'Atiantio port and of.this $48,000,000 which the'President and members'of the'ci
T. 'sahe&. .ThuS.iD; any view, concert !Is \the;lone ., There is in this picture.much.of. encouragement right of the States to New ,1 ork.will have received an enormous amount; Will abide by,remitted to Cong f1artbet.' .

'- thing needful: But concert' cannot hO' had to the poor young man. Both of these Brothers judge for theD18Oh.os'wheti' ; th" Cpnstitiftion i 'vio.lated the revenue collected here for,only"-nine:months.. of tation;to:carry'out J tho provisions'of'the treat

S without a Convention of the South, either formal Bigler. started life without money, and almost with. and to prOve theurrccognitionpfa, rii)1 n tho year being $24,375,012 1.0" _- ** JLolw_: 1. C lOT !"*' 11t / f J **."/ t.
:
informal j and to that'point every friend out friends. No academic honors' crowned their appointed by one of the parties to the treaty, to de will The exceed.receipts the from'_lit.the'sales of the Pubh'c Lands. .The.opinion strongly seu'fortii Aa o .
earlier manhood-no"luxurious habits? by about $600,000, and Jhe
pf the Union and enervated : government for
well-wish-r tq Uwt
of the eidethejmeat'and'ltal j y junes demo .
South
their frames .. queetion''ofl'conftieth reach for the entlreyeA about'$ !t And
-no wealthy;,friends encouraged their g 1,500,000 vidnalproperty, ,
ought 1 todirecthlseffoj.t1.: : It'cannot be{called first essays in life. In the battle of the world; they powers between them, U' futile/and,,.;, IN 0 eiiOh this withstanding the sales through Land.Boun laid.w te whole by pIAntitfonsbdrntbouse.our, treops- who had rut d
,too The next session, of Congress' with ties,/Land ,,:Ac,,'Ac._ Ihe, Land- ; ,
mar fought .no weapous butrthose furnished, by power ia there expressed norjrM. intended.The ,Scrip ; -Office some cd' iop. and''prtKluced'tfTOieTal' fkmine
make it too,late.: ..I1.othing is done their indomitable days since, had returns oful :
Id
-1 al.ro.
bear own< energies. In the struggles Virginia and the inhabitants.'$Ik ali '
onit, action the subsistence "entuokY.R na of, 8\aDd 90; lions of.dollars, (,,09. and considers that tJJ it
alienationbetween the sec- ,they gleaned more knowledge from d'th ; J99'O)u many hcavyr. made by:the Florida territorial oourtsj O6
bons which may be caused by its'proceedings man than from books; while in the acquisition doctrines 'and opinions of"'Jcten01. :' nd turns. were to come' .Uo -" upon the ascertained value of i d Jinr
ttaT become too money am.. also the golden opfntou'offriendtLet MdIaon. te&. this matter_ to rest.. Nothing could iridicatejin'so4markedft: manner': from the property .
S great to save theUnion.. TWtion "H .'_ ,_ 4"tUb.oald these the' time of.its destruction till ,the,ofcree ,..
"
as returns '
caUl the,l jy oplnl .oaght to be made be own the future young,take manwho heart 'would despond,.ovsr his ever.be revived:and that'Southenuiien,least EountVeexp extraordinary t the rev prosperity.of the are Just and, Vgjjit tq be paid:'buUnOJ
,
from this nuce'fr'-np' '
example, and'try the *
45- -,-S fore.ngss for a meetS or early In tLe :session to im1 & th ,bOtherL-Peniylvan4zn.. men' living in the South-flbonia be found advoca- would be,''as they artf, largeibeyond precedent,: Acts government to DBu'has n'''ht1iOri \mcJe""i
.
S convnUonInthe South' fo- meet at s 10 ., Sf 5 doctrine. w trgtVwith disaster ibthisafe;; tj but wo did not t iafc with all tie competition there: 1'the seems the opinionry'Tl'eOS5dmgSecretary .

-' 'COnTIrltnt loQ CCflt1a! potut, in he-prini or r1.DJh' -. ; ics.Partingtouhear1ugtha" t.--S a 7iUl 'man-'f1 and protection: : r the weake/s'eVtioni 1n 1I'::,consequently fat in the market rea,'the laad.pales.erctf bl G yern.ent'4'ould nniAAiii, tx: I'L rvc- of-. .'thTresldr'!_;", ;:_.$>* i cia

-. itut4 nor tan to haTe A hid-set up/orlinjselC! ; pWr/ellow'Wd hc, ,to the Union,"subject bll 'R.-tho amount. we.- haTAIMU..I"mentlon' ,. .I twM1lrQpoeodometimebythc
wonderment
porMeffect the special d. zv.7 i
on ctlon :
thH.OUOYe4 CoD" t.ngreu' end bas he noMend,Lh atwUi, set/np'foriam'part .,i-tq ', / '. 1;' ,., ,---1';''.' ...",iU' f.tA th.e., .hql1hU AreraQ'edio..Uw 7J'.

S -' ;jRe to tht up North by,!accompanied,ana byiiaraiDg_ SYnnn} 9fJf ,.,tlmcJ".,''t tud ebe4 i :"too young (1'1'b-....?.Fr... ,,"'>" tii* ,&A j : .acknowledges" : 'thaia hrsei t fAt' the I' rDi'ta citn'En 1'ci'lhlrf"tllt l S trict Q ouroLFjorifr Wunnece *xT,>re-adjudlcationi id; wouldnot"v7'ii1tIsistedeWon b-
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.I .; J : 'l State ntcred'Pw'fcwa'" 'four hundred!
.Ja) :1' It J -oFtd: ) has a right to annul'a tre tj when the other thousand ost br te present admuiisZmusVanthorfze'th ,
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II oCiDteft.ht\hII. IhlDk the on claim will .,; IrrltlfgfQ1fc.... If ? tirtn -.U: r'1tiAtvii.2tUn 'J.9f *& -at ot A-''' 'f.'N TlcEi'Mp SENGE& '

.u tbt" 1IIYMt1t thotp.uaet 1v.t_ 't <:: 4Z {,1 7 \ The following significant and itriking contrast i 4 '.A i .d.. ,,.. .
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I m-ituentiUfto The amount Involved it.'* ,: in 3-5 the claims 1ooQ ia about W.ninekriithomnddoflre.4 PtnI t. au.gc; s. J is presented by the fJhera w QueUe: f HP/ l1QFjl1\ .- ',' "'. .<:1 '"--
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,6 aatoraTfJeeandJlerriai reainonetheehi J that nearly all I hate latin the town of Boston; ;em rromlirew;York.*'wppty' rf
I -itctj and counsel 2>r the Weisiar. Corw.% LNiI&T' ; Ijj bntlfj thepuoortbtBrwih troopi;aod' Type land oQier r juHable for Printing 1r9ait fO 1 A roae.fto 1
natertab Joh :
was one lth.: oonscl.bat relinquished al connex .: The.City. Councit t .ordhwice the liberties ofr ay country-detaind tkM the;, :" departure .of the steajapacittJIA'GN
with the CUe** fiou t ion establishing A qurantne belovthe. Cli7. Er- be burned to tine,isetb order J.ld.the "' -
JfJl qIPserre.: t _-'' 't' : .: 't ; : OMAy: *
err .boa nng t g e. ,s lf, cannon blue "a7.- *, Sm ffftj,'(on" the. \ ._ '
) floor of the Continental ."" .PfcmfUeUCirralar*,. CrT.TE1. Z
1"1 tJt' .
H norJdl.a !; J01 Congress.) 1fJ. 7 1 -
) large numberof, sick on board,mostly cases of Law Blanks 'tlaskl; Bills, ,
We learn from': he,:NewrTorw Journal. of I .' PAT isw-or'51L-y' l(J :t y.b, } BasiBen Cards, Show Bills U From SaTannah to PalatkX'will be TUESDAY- ,.,
sometimes
Cholera fee as
Com er tKai'ihe U.5. .Atforner General's and ship! !,, many as that nearly all I have'fln.the-world. is in South S VisiUnx Cards,* Ifliu; of Lading, | arriving' SATURDAY; with ttt .

opinkm on'the' subjee of the Florida''treaty thirty cases.) .1. !< 0 Carolina;; but if'the exputsionsfof the'memies L"ta c J tr _>> fcefce.. .-' cr, 1.tei Ships 7. '.t. tsu& JI

cUitos'was finallyrjeaderodto the 'President Our hospitals ar full of these. patients. of the,State and the liberties equality;honor: tt7"-i#.OtGtfor cwr*,e/<**>.i w/,r.fc paid'on FLORIDA AND ALABAMA,

onSaturdayThe etizuantsarbythzsop1n-, There are bnt few cases of Cholera in the city and'lives f,1 my'fellow citizens'demand 4ha t dehvery. j ? .. :.1 June U., .For.New York. She will continue ;.to!eave oar
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ionV which President an1mcmb rsottheC&binet jhcabove.snd the health** = of ,my property shall&.burned to ashes,issue the 1.I --- : '-- Tuesdays throughout.the-year,,. .
aside from our 6lfs
will'abide by remitted! to Congress for, order and let the cannon bias. away-.but girme I.To .PM .Masters.-.Post Office n "

. farther legislation to car fl out provisions citizens generally good._ ,, .11.'f 7c time "gather 'my 'all' and':run awayuhern :'- StaBtpft'iL'irively -* -. ), .I'CartJlngt1i8 United States KaiL: ;

'p of the treaty of 1 U J -, ., r '" .l S atrio. "'';c:?..;-..t.fcAdrsrtisiog : :0 nnderspedjPotiistert Pleni.nt dro'e of Pa'ssage,Zi 8r' -

' The opinion strongly sets forth the obligations -' ST.:Louis,Jane 17. 1 [.1't THE 004 Marjlandwastbe rstpers n, accommodations, 'SUte!ooms,1.*&.

of the Government to PlY for the injuries Yesterday Mrs-Larrier, of Messrs. Luc i "&, is the great-lever ort :day.- : in.the U..B.lWho eerTed..Dd udertookate apply. 'to*.the Captain board/or" I:a .- n .

doneto'individttal property: by\our troops SmitbVtheairical=1 company, 'died of :Cholthiaud1.astiightat ,' The man who don't avail himself of it lit tar: to publish, the idea of supplying all port.of- : FERNANDEZ, BI8BEE.&,CO,, ,"
had-ruthlessly Uidi waste' whole plantations behind 'U "titDAo-fhr,' thirtr'he-Will'inever pcea with cheap stamps.,,.U1 stamps made oy him t Agents at Jscksonwilleprto-

burnt houses,..destroyed crops, and pro- ttie same theatreMrs.,. Blanch'e, catch up with his';neighbors.; Adrertise;' r are warrented equal superior to any other that 'f .1 ,M..JL, COHEN, .f./.Jhr M

l dacevl a rener\l kmine among 111e( inhabitants. another member of the.company, was !instantly stan&bekaii4make:. 'roofrr1othere-.c1esr: icarf btipfrocnred at the same price r aadwheterer 11' ., Agent at..Savannah_ .. ., .
sea&xwt in "
* It also'considers! that the awards, made by* the killed while} on'thet by'the falling "of a the tr .. "M any are any way,defectire or.unsatisfactory Savannah,3une38L. WJ a ".i.,
't 1!" / .{->. \" ,/ : .. ,dupUcates shall be forwarded ,:on notice,with,
1 i Florida'territorial: courtS -for lutere.sts'upon weight behind the scenes. .r. 's : J t out charge AH who order a set of straps WITH ; .Ibis: Steamer wUl leave Ja i .onYme.f

'II tae !eerIvaluecr prppertydeslroyed" On Wednesday'nighl, kephiceofBo4tonarrestednlnety.fivofemales !'CUANGEFO&. ',DATES, ,at Two Dollars only (for Savannah:ev FRIDA.Y MORNING at 7 0. _

, from ih(timex>f Its destruction till the dateof flallIib.crIjti.ns. most,of whom, [thirty pieces)-shall be kept in stamps adUbitnm. clock, until further ie ', "f ': .

" thedecreee. are just
it holds'that tho Government hu no Authority U15YILLJjoIIqU" I. sad commentary, indeed,'on the boasted virtue ,Dy.eo..Md.J! ; ._ -, _-,_ -4. "
under existing ACtsj'toy them.:Such seems The.City Council huva; passed ordinance -and.'IntelTig-mce of_th'e'metropolis of'NewEngland. Any editor,publishing the above' ,(and thUnotice)
.
the opinion of every ,preceeding Secretary' of making a subscription(\$200,000 to.the.Jefferson .., ", *..'.' Jtc\: ,..' ;. "- + I.J .pay 3 times in WOOD,and sending LETTERS a,copy:whenever of paper twice, shall the amountof receive MaoiIHiickIaythg. h : -\ ,- &e1A..- ,: .

. the Ti easury on the subject,. vill e and Columbus Railroad,end. $1,000,. Barnum hU'a-sm*quantity of tar,supposed the Bill is ordered' -kir,if preferred, a wood en Thebaiit & .
" It was proposed some time by the claimants Crosby
vmrnu he famishe&M order.jor :
,an engraved f' ,
" that the cues should referred to the U. 000 to the..Louisville* and Nashville;j Railroad, to have, l been left/where the I rieitesizch- newspaper head, and design, of the value of Five : this method of informing thiMuIC1&I
TAn
and'IS brush"made
S. District Court of Florida re-adjudication; as soon as the company organized. They also : of their tents, using the' to Dollars.: ,. 'j-: > w' runol:5l.r are prepared to execute an kinds of Masonry

' but this is thought unnecessary;and would not appropriated $4000 for the of Ithe paint.t1"signs _of.time,71 to cover the roof"*obis Bricklaying Plastering, Ac, in,a. good and .

; vary the ultimate decision of the present administration survey museum with it. ? t .' :.NEW" LOT.. }ING. ,ST.. "BE. .': '..T TTN workmanlike manner. They are well knewn to
o on the subject. Congress must Nashville route.. The ordinances' will be snb- t.: DEAge'it. has opened a new.CLOTHING the,Public as competent mechanics, acd referenc

4 Authorize the payment of interest or damages mUted to'the citizens in sixty days,and'will be The man yhor never loved a pretty ,.woman 5, .AND DRY GOODS STOBE,:on ,Bay=street given to work already executed in Jacksonville
\ was seen lately by some Chreenlanders 'joinroundT one door East of Mr.J. and- and its vicinitv. The experience they hare had in
will make the. Finucgan's, respect.fully
II before t the administration payment opprovcd by a large majority. ,The .river .is
the erection of Furnaces
Boiler
Sugar win
,.tfie North-poleflan!kielea'yard Jl on g invites. the, citizens. 'ofJacksonvilleand thesurroubwDI recommend -
" think tbe claimants entitled
though they with C feet S inches of water in the : them to the planters Florida. -,--- .
. it. rising hanging his nasal organ,.and. .,.a sharp north- country to come and see' fort them
to '
OJAll orders from" the'interior
channel. caster after him whistling.TnRtvifG. J selves. You will positively buy your goods in this thanfully received
( ,The amount iuvolved in the claims is about new store cheaper than ever you did in' Jackson- and punctually ttehded'toTheir charges.
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thnehundrodtbousanddollars. sonville before. J.MODE. will always Be moderate. It p ,-tr\-l\
8. Items mOl New York. .-.1' edit out somewhere"01 -JseksonvifleJune7,18M. My
It Senators Tulce and Brrrten are among the ; June 14, 1851. 6m

" chief agents and counsel for the claimants.. Mr. ". New You:, June 18th. Lakes Michigan felicitates;,himself,en. e increased :
and of the
II Corwm was one of the counsel,bnt relinquished prosperity rapid_.growth ;Thirty Dollars Reward Masonry, Bricklaying, Plasterin .
Secretary Corwin arrived to-day on his follows 1S: .. .
way place as : -Trade andcommerce are : ; -' .
id with the
connections to &w
all cose previous taking ?, *
B ANA WAY from thesubcriberre-
to Ohio. pidlyincreoBing;'ft .schooner und r full ail ,
f ofiice.-SaN.uh Georgian. .in. Fla. the UNDERSIGNED takes this.method of
siding
passed our village yesterday. Orange county, on TIlE
The base of the Cuba invaders was taken up] the '
that
he is
public
!Ii Shocking Tra-rdr In "IIi-.li Ufr." 26th May last a negro man named JOHN, ready'to
to-day but postponed. to allow, ,counsel time to for whom the above reward will be given, do Bricklaying MasOnry, Plastering, Stucco
,
: The New York correspondent of the Woodstock examine pipers. fftarfne Journal. delivered to' me in St. Augustine, or. secured in Work,! fcc;'&c. He will furnish plans', and

rTenth Legion," thus writes: any jail where I may get him. John 'is black, about drawings, ,when desired by persons for whom
An intense excitement I at present raping in James Weed only son of Thurlow Weed, PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, JUNE 28. 5 feet.9 inches high, 30 years of age and limpsa he is engaged' to execute woik. without extr*
I. from editor of the Journal died little fn his gait. He win probably try to reach '
"appertendonO an awfully tragical circnm Albany Evening ,. a charge. He w. ,well known the citizens erfJacksonville
I. stance which has recently taken fla.ce in the Fifthvenne. Albany this evening. Savannah. DOUGLAS DUMMETT.June 'AS a compe.entmeehame'ana':
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I \ It that about and The U.S. Mail Steamer St.a.Uhewlarrins 21. if
appears years a ,' -
I work'fhe as[pert tmed."headJ- citizen*
r.4 half first ago ajpatlcman; who was at that time one of Trial Morris.. ,f at Jacksonville every Sunday,,from Savannah, :A NEW. VOLUME AIJ CHEAP POSTAGE.GRAHAM'S of the place, he refers,to as additional evidence -
oar merchants was compelled by an unpleasant .
and leaves '
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I business transaction between of his for every Tuesday.' '-o"', fU.t "" ,of. his. qualifications., J.-,"_ :_"."' *
some tT6.V
Bo< June IS. .
: f tj
; | 8. 'Mail. Steamer Magnolia arrives every : .' '
connexions and himself .
eign to temporarily relin- ,ri Casts and /
MouldS'j
( or ornamental plas*
.The trial of Robt. )Morris colored4-wjrr Wednesday fromSavannah and leaves
,
J quiah the society of a young and lovely wife; andto American monthly Magazine. terjng also. furnished JOHNIVEB3 .
1 procee.l on a voyage from this city to St.Pete'- concerned.in rescuing Shadracb,'commenced to every Triday. ? i i a .'_ ,., :; __ ,' -: ;
This Steamer arrives .rom N..-To Planters w ul4 hebaf araclr
burgh. matrimoxiaseparation was reudered on Thursday, t17-E; ongrath1nteouriubscribeTi' who re say
S the most poignant,by the fact that the.parties had dJ.The' !**l testimony- for, the-Itl.< prosecution> r.j, ..' ,,*isrery, Savannah,and Lea'eeon.aturday.,i. >. y.yceI i"e'their books rhy mail "uponthe experiance in putting up ftigar Bailertsvaadi
Y only hen united about six month,' and were moct strong and no defence. ,lias;been: offered. .TheCourtadjourneduntiltouicirov. Steamers Stiah. Spaldlng'leaves' for LakMonroe'on change in the rates of Stage'up,periodicals. solicits work in that line,.consent that he can
, ardently attached to c&eh otheJ'.; The merchant satisfaction 1. '
i however set out. : 3Ionday. add returns on Thurs1syI ; After the first of July the postage on Graham'sMagaBinejrillbejlmt give the' amplest- Charges, moderate -,"
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In the coarse of the.voyage, the.vessel touched ; ("itn 1-vn ,.i- <- t2X .- / :
,. / NEW OstEAKS Jane 23 18jl. Jacksonville. May 31,1851. *.y"Administration'ITotlce. :
' London, where the merchant met a dashing aris- : Cleared.. UNDERDOG : 9"j
I CENTS MILES
. tocraLe friend,who had jut completed a pleasure C.o1ToN.-The market is rst sdy Sales'to- tl } < t .
;
Itouronr Europe, and was about returning to the 24.-Brig B. ,L Prescott Brown, New"York..* 5 CENT31JNDER. 15 MILES. .
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iliy 1500 bales we quote!ow to strict mnddling ; "f i srtt :- *
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metropolis /the Western World. The merchant rs We IS HEREBY ,GIVEN That six
increased
confidently look for a greatly NOTICE
. communicated to his friend the object and probaWo S to SJ-jC. Beceipti.ta date are 156000 bales Floats. very circulation: through the ,mail at these -from the(date -hereof, I shall apply

. duration his homeward-bound of hill visit to St. Petenbargh, and to be.requested ahead of last year, stock on baud after e lose.of THE UNDERSIGNED the Agent of Hon. rates and trust t.hatour_ ,old friends, the PostMasters to Honorable; Judge of:Probate of Du-
countryman aJ.C iiiit'tor Letters Admint.-r ition
IA. vff of
TCX.KB., to.t. '
I come the bearer of a letter to his wife. As this market to-dny oooo, 1> 1*<*- 'W will oblige .us ,in miking the fact. _OD
I lady wasVnoof the handsomest and most accomplished lire Thousand Flee Hundred and Fifty Acres of availablein their respective'post-towns, "' the Estate of John Bearden;late of said county,

women in New York, the friend of course, LAND, With the. next namberof KJraham"we commence deceased.. ELLTAH.PETT1V"
of Horror .
r joyfully undertook the embassy to the court' of A Tale in fractions of-40, 80,or 160 acres; to be located on a new Tolnmc,1; this" number being the .May,31'", 1851,. 6.<..J' ':, .
I beauty. In the Life ota Sailor is the narrative of the any of the public-lands ift the State Florida-ab astof, volume thirty-eight of the ;work. The -
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The merchant continued his voyage, and, on arriving wreck of a vessel off the Havannah. The crew ject to-entry. at the Land Office.JOSEPH. ong continued, and still increasing support of ,Admllllstrnhoo'.NdUce.r'

l at St j Pet fp6urh, he found that his affairs tojk to,the boat, which upset i,they succeeded .. 'FINEGAN.;' the American public to this Magazine encourages WOTICEK HEREBi:'._GIVEX-Tbat' Six
I ia tba&--1'I..e.kd.-- r.jiih.J in rlgatlng tier, and while two men were bail- Jacksonville,June 28,1851.; -tt -., efforts I the date shall
> .us to renewed to make this f TOritemonthly' hereof/1 ap
, ia the Russian for much "
capital longer
presence a
ing her with thzir hats, 'a shark was seen to in all ply to the Hon. Judge 'of:Probate'of Daval
: time than he had anticipated. Meanwhile his aristocratic Notice respects worthy of its re'p'ilt:1-1
Hereby Given '
friend armed in Gotham presented ,the approach. No language can convey an idea or tion of being county for Letters of Administration on the,estate
the panic which seized the struggling seamen. application will be made to'the Jude ot Charles S. Smith late
letter, and,effected a math closer introduction to THAT of said county,
the incrch&urs wife t1o.a.D ncr absent hasl/acd bad [Every man now strove the more to gain a mo Eastern Circuit of Florida, by the petition The Organ of Auxrican Talent. deceased, CHARLES BUMMERS ,
. ment's knew.that of John Thompson and Harriet his wife, on thethr.ruiy ,The new volume will embrace the -
tnjrraally iit n Well, one day last week, after an al !enec of of blood would have been scented by the ever xt.at 10 a. m., at his Cham- of most of the authors established -reputation ,- : 1

two year and fire month*,the merchant landed at lasting pilot fish, the jackulls of the shark;and ben right at, title St. Augustino/jfor and interest of authoritv their infant to children sell all the in who have uniformly:contributed to its '.": ; :. ',

, Hat port; but imagine his astonishment when upon that their destruction. was inevitable, if one and to'a certain. Lot:of Land,'mtnated,in salt and while.new names will,continue. to be I t! ., i.:

deuce nnexpectcdlv the Fifth presenting himself his old rcsi- only of these monsters should discover the rich eoonty of D val'deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to addeJ ,to the already.long list of favorites,.a 1TOT1CEIS.BERE1W, .'GIVENThat six
Avenue he discovered to his .
n ,
unutterable horror, that a diminutive .of repast, or be led to its food by the little rapid Charles-Wffley,in trust,Ac/,-' greatly ''increased inanlity ot reading'will be 1 1" months from date, I shall apply, to I the

torn six tewks.old, had recently become stranger a member huuteis of its prey. A few minutes after, .i GEORGE: FIRBANKS, given.. In,the July.number we shall commence Hon.Judge of Probate.of Duval county, for a

x>f htt household. From eaveral staking points of about fifteen sharks came right amongst them. .June, ,.18n.. c:4t ,Att'y for Petitioners.Administrator's ., :THE' OCEAN. BORN; discharge from the Administration of the

resemblance between the child, his wife, and his The boat was again upset by the simultaneous Ifotice.' A TALE OF THE SOCTHEKK SEAS. :Estate of Solomon ,Huffingham 'late 'of said
aristocratic friend, the unfortunate husband county of Duval deceased. .,
experienced endeavor toescape danger,and the twenty-two .:
IS HEREBY GIVEN That A powerful sea story from the of S.A.Goaman. "
four pen
BO at :wiB..
difficulty arriving a very unsatisfactory sailors were again devoted to destruction. At NOTICE ROSSAdDir...: ; .
from I shall the BOIL of South Carolina.G. .
conclusion rc.pccting the affiliation of the date; apply to Esq. .
MaylO 1851.
6m
first the sharks did not seem inclined to seize R.lames'will.. ?
titUs intruder. Charles F. Fitchett Judge of Probate of Alachua continue I his contribu-
their prey, but swam' in amonsst 'the men. county, for an Order to soil the real estate belong *
Frantic with rage, the merchant immediately tions..andwill. >furnish :during _the. next six Executor's Notice.
pitying in the water sometime leaping' about tothe estate of Thomas deceased to _j;
commenced the task of retribution; and, having ing Clary, pjay months novel 71 some length,written
learned the whcrcabunta of his wife seducer, he and rubbing against their victims. This was the debts of said estate and to make- .distribution for Graham's Magazine. expressly NOTICE IS HEREBY_ GIVEN, That sir
rushed into his presence and bet him down like a of short duration. A loud shriek from one of among the-heirs. of said deceased. .'f pi from date, I shall,apply to,th*

dog. The maniac husband then escaped, ,reachedhis the men announced his sudden pain; a shark GEORGE KIDDLE. Adm'r., A Series of'Splendid Illustrations Hon.Judge Probate of;:Duval county, .for*

own home, dismissed the servants tabbed his had seized him by the leg, and severed it entirely Jane 28, 1851.- 4t are now in the hands of our artists, which-will final discharge from the Administration of the

wife to the heart, threw the new-born b&bo out of from the body. No sooner had the blood ICE! I EI surpass any thing to be found elsewhere in Estate ot John.Yeomans, late of said county of
the back window, and finally hung himself from abeam No will ba Duval d eased. '
been tasted than the dreaded attack took place Monihly Magazines.. expense spa.red .
; SUBSCRIBER a Receipt to ena-
in the ceiling of his bed-room,,where hewu ; possesses .
own the THE to meet the largest expectations of the public WM. B. ROSS Ex'r.
founfl a few heirs afterward perfectly dead. another and another shriek proclaimed any person to make Ice, in any climate,
Such an extraordinary instance of wholesale loss of limbs. Some were torn from the boatto with but little expense or trouble. The process is in this department of'Graham.1 May 10,1851. 6m 4

Border is nnparallelled In the annals of New York which they vainly endeavored to cling- ample, and can be accomplished by the most limited OUR PARIS FASHIONSwe

crime; and the excitement produced among all some, it was supposed,sunk from fear alone.- understanding, so. as to produce from even shall continue to furnish in addition tother Dissolution and Formation of
classes is but in warm water,in the hottest climate, a pore ice,equal .'
society, proportionably great j The sharks had tasted the blood, and were not
finished from the
in essential to that formed by natural > highly engravings, Copartnership. /
with causes.
compliance the earnest request of the friends every
to be driven from their feast By great exertion _
of the deceased the reporters of the city at The luxury of always having at one's'win; in the hands Of the very best artista. '.
present withhold the.names of all parties connected prea again the boat,was righted,:and two men heat of summer, a pore and delicious ice. will readily All Post Masters; and Editors are authorized THECoputz heretofore existing rai
with the above dreadful occurrence. were in her"the rest had all perished. The be conceded; and its advantages, in cases of to act 'whom : .of CURETON/TITUS,&
i, tw 'survivors resolved, with gallant hearts, to sickness cannot be too'greatly: prized.' ,By this will: be an .genb-to'td specimen copies' HARRIS;ia this day dissolved by mutual con .
Pinch OB World's Fair. redouble their exertions. They lightened the same process warm water canbe rendered delightfully -" furnished jJl sent.

Pinch in continually pitchiuglnto the Great .boat sufficiently not to be easily ,er-iet.. The cold in about 5 inmates, and ice creams with TERMS: CURETON,"TITUS & HAimigL: '

Exhibition in Londn. In a late number he. voracious monsters endeavored to upset the many minute&other luxuries.. can be made in from 10 to 20 $3 per,annum. ..2 copies for,S5j; 5 copies for Jacksonville,Dec.20th,1850. (jan4),

expresses a belief that map and directory of boat ;,they swara by its aide in seeming anxiety The following notice of this great discovery is $10:11' copies for$20.: .For $10 we will.- *end ')" I 1.

Ae interior of.the Crystal PAlate will be necessary for their prey'; but after.waiting sozntime13ey taken from the New York Sun: the Magazine for ilears to one person. The business heretofore condcuted by the "., .

,as they trill aid investigation 'facilitate sep r1 ted. The' two rescued seamen, in "A Real Luxury.-Dr. James R. Wilmington Address GEO..R. GRAHAM, lOOTed named firm will be henceforward .

the IAbon of pobtmen.. and generally seCure spite of the horrors they' had:'visited,.soon fell produces,by an artificial process,pure and solid ice, : ,' No. 3ICJiestJiutst.PhWLdeIphia. ducted by and- under,the firm of _.'. '

kannon Punch farther thinks that a asleep, and were the next day fortunately picked from warm water, in the heat of summer, in less May 24, 1851.. -. CURETON &- .TITUS. !

map would prevent the-llppearat of such an up by a vessel. than half an hour. And he. can render a barrel of JacksonvilleJanuary4,1851._ __U !. .
4Tertisejaefit as the following. in the second water as cold as ke itself in a .very lew minutest '

column of the Times: ADVANTAGES OF:THE BLOOXIK COSTCXC.-A This discovery" ,must be immense value to all living SEA .ISLAND COTTON GINS. .1 OLD IRON, BRASS.& COPPER

is ENTREATED to retu'h to her, correspondent :the Bosson 1acript)wri Tii.s.-Tb Sooth. 'whicheont :fun'struetIona .-r_. 0 ,. I WANTED. .J 'Z4- .
ARABELLA in takes this
under the of" mans" out receipt opportunity .
lag signature points THE'SUBSCRIBEB
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from whom she
Husband -
got for ice and ice .creams
the making cooling of Lop?Staple baring old j roniias; or: pet
separated in the crowd of tbe ExRismoK. advintagecomforts.-pndluauries .
yesterday many
great water, and numerous other useful matters will be PERSONS
tnat
/ottons he still continues the manufacture
lie is for her at will when the Bloomer _.hey.wis to dipcmuf .win ndreacy
waiting most anxiously : Jadies. enjoy they:adopt forwarded to order for Two Dollars,'by addressing '
the Tenth'Pular; 'opposite the Cake StaB in the .costume' of short dresses and trowsert... Among Dr. JA8..WILMINGTON, of the latest improfed ROLLER HORSE GINS, sale for all they can bring,at thebra.nay -

Middle Aisle near the Statue of Despair, on theright Others, is the fact that therlcaDl. perch their 122 Nassau at, New York. loUblelnd single;at his,3 l.&tes :ancj is .Jacksonville, Fla.,, and receive, liberal
hand ride as enter at the'North Gate.- ready to fill all orders at thebortest notice. the
yon prices for same.tGEORGE
feet bout'.oD high-back chairs railings, man- 1 .
will be in each :
To One Agent only appointed county '
facilitate the he white
ia the Gins to the
recognition.
wearing a For the of apply
reputation
MOONEY
hat Come dearest devoted lel-piece and window sills without hindrance and those desiring the agency most forward$50, Proprietor.
band will not abandon Arabella,1 his post your till the very n..1 last) io'sh rt; they>can sprawl their'pedal 'extremities for which they wUl receive 37 copies of the pamphlet clicking Agents,.or. to, those wha. hive them May 17.: tfTCSTRtCEltET '. :

minute of the usual dinneiouae. i' about promiscuously,miscellaneously,'raas- containing fall' instructions.. in. use' : : '
-.. ., *V culinely and. generally. .There is evidently a Jane 28. ; 1m ) .AGENTS.Vnlalongft .A fresh jo of choice

.Miss Susan Kipper: gives ,loud certificate: I. good time coming for the ladies. Harmonic' Institute &Acosta, CenterviHage;Ga. tf ; Hams, Goshen Butters :Mackerel Fulton

iu favor of some of the popular patent medicines : 41"-, ; > .iJ t' .Capt.B.R. By thewood,Beaufort. C., Market. Beef.Mess. Pork.,&. at the store. of ;

of the day., She was suffering from gen REVOLTf-m SUtLTS.PdbCb always getting'Up Center:.f St. -fallen Street amd Market Square, Scott DeVeaux Charleston.'S.'C- ,Ma>:31, c: D. MTCUEN.&.CO.Adinluls.rator'a ._ -

eral-debility, sick headache beartburniDdi.-': something new. He says that ,be has sent SAVANNAH GA. r Tison & Harris, Ocala. E. Florida. .

gestioft*tap -worm,'constipation,rheumatism j I to the World's Fair what be terms', ''patent Revolver E. ZOGBAU.K'coI: rJ-and !Dealers Fernandez,, Bisbee&'Co. Jacksonville,.E. FRi : t11c;!. '.,;.

-these in the back, shoulders and hips, and aides:1: Shirt," an invention of bis own which, in description Music ,and wholesale MUSICAL and retaUC IRSTSCXESTS. of_ R.Dukes Palatka E.F.Eoyt&Co'Savaiin&hGL. SnC"MO Tns AFTER DATE J4esbfl: -
,
she d.4j.'tfeel every -
'very ;well JtertJf by turning.round, is made to display in succession Bands furnished and Dealers supplied S. our accounts and vouchers to the'
half the time. At length 'she. "1, wu Complete '. Si L.Niblack & Co;Alligator E. F.
says /our.clean dickies.. ., at New York prices.. Hon.Judge of Probate for Columbia nty;
hrougktf U..so that most of impudent; c .J. Y : J. H. McBORYJr4 LarUnger &Harris bethto1n Lowndes Florida,for" final aettementnd, ask* discharge

frteadf didn't know toe,and the regular faculties ;: the Jane 2L ly Agent,:Jacksonville. County. Ga.- f from the further Administration of the*

didn't exptct, me to lire from one end to A country clergyman, being opposed to .1' .ALSO";' + Estate Archibald Hogans,,late of said county

the ether. use of thebass.viollnchurcb service was.overruled Florida House For Bent.THB deceased of,which -all interestedare
the The first Sundayit Extra Boxes and Brushes'can be had of the .persons
"(boat this time friend by congregation. ; Wen desired to take notice: !I lu 1-,,
a recommended ss .broag1J''fnto use he announced tbe'pnbqu above known HOTEL, situated sub ber, at moderate rates. Persons want- .
the last resort,that I should try a few bottles of was follows: "To praise i. God we will now in the city ofSt. Augustine being in iDgOins: or Gins.''repaired please direct toAgent5ottO Z. HOGNSAdm'xq-i .
the Pictorial Otenated:Compound.Saxfarilla _, perfect order, is for rent for one or more ,8.Jt BURNS J. ROBERTSaifigator *-.-/ i'i.1
fiddle and sing the forty-sixth psalm, second with without the furniture. ," .
Extractof mid Bitten satis Fla 17.1851jSm (
; Cherry Wine years : s4kiysGcorgia.iydiIS.5. May ./_
faction 'or1none well part and short ncre9_ +yi"Josh June 14,1851. tf ,. A. H. COLE. 1 .
.
given refunded to be
) .. 1. 6m 1 -
taken before shaken, destroy.t1 label as soon ,does the iun'evtr rise In'tnd wt,1" >Executor's- Notice" : -- : .Executor's .Notice. :/ -

possible.*.,:pay,W ocr, beware of counterfeits .. : *. t .
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'NeverP j
: trill
I 'tbthe
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Execut'gNotice. months after cJe' apply
'OD"-genuine unless'the. ism mdnths datdthenna.rslgned will
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proprietor :. .4aNeT rF 1. : after ; SIX "
-
< the < SIX ] 'months"after date I will apply tO'tIiyudgProbateofDuYs1countyModda Judg&ofFobt of Duval county,'Florida
wrapper. I took three dozen bottles of. 'N &' f: : : : :- : apply t6 the lion rblbJudge Probate SiX 'from the.
this truly Invaluable medicine and it gave iramdUf i "Tot.'don't !*.. Well. wo ',batch me or!letters dismission as Etecutor of the Es- ,:for a discharge Execntorahlp of
ri.1iMM'wt.t.-k*'__..\_it' /-i 4 fays JDu John H. Wblddon late of the to discharged from the Execuiorahip; of the the late lIr and Teitamentof-Slcphei'J,!o-
;1 1j1' If'it ate of county
'' : emigrating to the west, alyayi'nlght Will and Testament of Martha Thou decdn bank?deceased. ::
qati' Jdd r'Nf deceased' .. i: lilt .c
tI',D'191' .ib, ,. pPe.2!.. there.. :I Hate a cousin in Iowa, who is always iiUsbortfugh.. ,A t 't' ,rENELOPB-IIBON:Ere uftir. WILLIAM 1dKiE% ;
AS HENDERSON. Etmctor. -
tlores&If.Dd twww-ir*** to.tl1e.ton'gt)1Dg on 1''hill writing how'pl..I,Is in that,region, but Jacksonville Jan. 11 181. '

she'd be darncd-if wasn't true. '.Ii '." .;1 I it must i be' all mo9ntktnft I reckon.! .-", #-,.: Tampa" Fla.,Dee. 7, J8 O.1.-.i- .6m. Feb.l5Ui .851, 6m !.:/t :

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: : f>Vj"rrTr": i :*,-r -; { : t 4DTORE4TAW. .Ne Goods at. iowitlfl ) p.l AJ4.
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IS published eve&.2tRDAY.? at Jackson- :-;;; r
.t. rr1RstJBsc1tIBER takes t. : ; *'- #*JAC1 t.Ef'.9r.L.A.. ... "t : jjrPILE

I vill.,in the County of.Duvat, ,'and "State 01 Florida, ,.L to informthe- planters ; Apii(20: ,-t<: :::J:;1.:1: ;oli.t U\tt.to i ':mthedtIuotJMksoij'SUBSCRIBER would t oJ

< Cottons that he still continues. : ; \ S .' .- 1
1r-
:: i c1"t -fiyM
1 t.CHARLES BYRNE. surrounding
of: the latest ROLLER ,couutrytbat thaj' '
; improved .
:- .:,:::: .f _: : _,'I..'. -J J double and single, at his ujsna!: :: -'= WMi ftadtliVcX1!!, 'O'Brien; '- 1J, qtN; fVlro: ,

mix, .LIvIcso' ready to fill all orders at the ah : :: ; TioliNEy"ii7'l'ii fc=.f<';ljr perschoonerTeneriffe, a choice
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.' I For the reputation. of the ,. r",. :r--; .1t; r- "l.rert..r.; fTi ''; '"i '

; r'r' 7E, ;"r" !ollowing'gentSj; or* to those ; AtiiaATOB i ,"'COLBMBIA' CouuTT EAS'f FLORIDA.. ;J i Dry Goods Groceries, }J4
V.a.O"ZHI ; 'Mi.t I 'lllrytii'Smilb. Office at'AlUgatorJ"' "
muse :
TnUE, -. -.."bOLUU'<. ... : 'ER.AJIU1K.. is ADVASCK.tQTAdTeitiseraenta .." : ". AQENta. ; i : -IfJQ'Brieni e fN "nAnlfil1e.; Ware: ; Crockery,'. &C:,: &i
: .
will be inserted on the following tf';;. ) Tj S which he o 'erslor sale at the lowest"FOB ? t
1851.
;1L3" :' Tillalonga 'Acosta, Iay31.. ., :
; + CApl .R; Bythewood,. 'f* "' .S !Sj" T- r : CASH COUNTRY Paoi

iOa dollar per square twelve. Hues,and under Scott&DeVeauz, Charleston *' at thV: store formerly occupied'byMj
I "-McQueen !
McIntoSh
,
*" .t for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subse ,Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. 'HsrrisbnyBay street FartiraUra

qu nUiUernow.vToyearl>:advertisera, a-liberal, dis FernandezXisbee & Col, J ;! A V T'ti'WN. : E,Y1 4T1A. : w', S called- toi .large and elegant,izoj.

; coanv will be xnade, -- R. R. Dukes, Palatka.p. "\TT71LL attend the C r uit'-' Courts> 'in they 'J.; dles' Bonnets. .
,
r :, 'orAi'aii: |: vertisementa ma t be paid for before((0I.rtion S.Hoyt &.Co,.Savannah,,Ga. V I!:, Eastern .Circuif; the United States of the latest and most approved ; ,
S. Niblack & Co Alligator : District' Court'at St. the stjlish. ...c. :
Augustine Supreme .
,unless by a regular customer. .Bj referring ; ; Also, to beautiful stock of ...
Lartinger & Harris,'E Court at Tallahassee;:and prosecute Claims for '.
L- ; to our form*;;tie requisite sum may be ascertained County., Ga;; ,. citizens in any part of Florida against the Government GENTLEMEN'S HATS, BEADY-1I.
transmitted with the advertisement. ::-! ... >. ;CLOTHING ;
and
i S : : ALSO, Washington, either before.C Qngreaorattbe i BOOTS, 8HOEk
marked with the number : r 1.1: : '
I 03?Advertisements: not Extra Boxes and Brushes'can ; : ; : Departments." S ..,' ... .... Call and examine' rbe'foW ureb,4'i!
of inierfcns r&iuire&W1U be continued.until forbid !; ADDarSS' JacsonvWe East PI. where. >:, L .1 D. M"Jackzonillc
subscriber, at moderate rates. i-: ; ; tWt4 CUU''co...
and,charged for. ,ing Gins!, or Gins repaired, pl May h, '1850, :t1' :-- 5- May 3,1851., r. .)j: '
:'Qg FiVe dollars will' be charged; for.all i announce- I Agents,or to S.L" ;

\ me its ofckndijatesfur( otTic One square,fqr Six Months, t t tlO 00 i ay31J 1851. ,OSCar.HXtE'iATTORNEY .2 Sale. 4 !.jf;

_, Notice to Debtors and Creditors, t : 7 00 J : A T LAW, I WILL DISPOSE OF, atprintiile \ '-
ILl
:1f Application Cor.Letters 0 rAd"i: iltratiCnt ;5 00 A NEW VOLUMEAND, CHEAP ,(Office in-'the Court House,. up etairs,) : ,' my PLANTATION.tiJ

03"Aliretigious notices-will belnserted gratuiurty. j S "WTT71LL practice in the several, Counties' St.Jobn's river, at the mouth of'J.

4- r-w' ;) J. ,qRAHA11'SA.merlcan'MoDlkly : Y V. the Eastern Circuit of Florida;and attend creek, sixteen miles above,Jacksonville..' '

'Afladrn'ssab1eperIona1: communications will, L tp the#collection of claims against the U.tates sitnation'is k'ncwn to be the most beautiful'
ti ___. I U erivel','and is remarkable for Itisilnota
.charged u advertisements.. i [ for Military Services,and for.Horses lost, ] !
{ TITTE congratulate our : other lost case of fever having occurred
or she
destroyed insaid
I 03"::: All bills for Job Printing,must be paid on the I property by troops
V V many.eari.: The
.ceive their books ,by I service. 3 ,,' dwelling is spado,
dlalirerjr(the"work.c03 change in the rates of postage p ,Also,c4aims for Pensions of disabled Soldiers, comfortable, and calculated fn the aeed
All communications must be addressed to After the first'of July the postage I or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers.i dation of ft large family. The land (abcs
"
I be 'Editor, 'postage ptli4.j Magazine will be but ;, : ; Also'claims for:Bounty Land to> officers and rS r acres) is of good quality, and well tdip

2K CENTS UNDER 500 I soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed S the cultivation of.cotton and eor1J1.&DchlMi
j i : 5'CENTS UNDER 1500 officers and soldiers. fifty acres suited for sugar cane.: Theri fri

i J. r't:-, .:. GRE'EN'S Also will eive his attention conveyancing. admirable_ site for a steam saw-tain n:

Ig!: :. TYPE FOUNDERYJ We very confidently look for to examining Tites and itecords,and assertain- mouth of the creek, and it possesses the....
t creased circulation through the S ing claims to Lands. tnge of being in the centre of ft secfiei

No. 128 FULTON STREBT SUN BUILDING, rates,and trust that our old S All business entrusted. to him will meet with country finely wooded with yellow" pa. .

f -'' KKW YORK, Masters, will oblige us in prompt attention; and all instruments of wri- There is a flourishing orange grove

}. Kb,'tCANAL STKEETROW, NEW 'ORLEANS.Q available in their respective ; will be executed bl'hiI 'with neatness and premises, which formerly produced ta
With the next number of" of a thousand dollars a and will

I : 'lri ,.NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND mence a new, volume, this ; Jacsk80nTilIeJJan.25, 1851. tf do so again,judging from the present

; : ( r.. : PRINTERS. ast of volume thirty-eight of the and healthy appearance of the trtes.

confidence I invite" the trade before ong continued, and still Post Office at Mandarin is within' two

. WITH' purchase; elsewhere,, to give, me a the American public to. this J. IflcRobert Baker, and the steamers pass and repass the i' -,

, call at No*128 Fulton-street, New York, or at ages us to renewed efforts to fr COUNSELLOR: LAW, their regular trips to and. from San -

No. 17.Canatat. Row', New Orleans.,where lam monthly in all respects,worthy A.Cxso..V.1LLEfE. Those wishing to purchase Ibis property,
FI.A.
-- ready to furnish them with all kinds of tion of being call on. or address by letter, the subscriber i
4 The Organ of American WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jacksonville, E.Florida. AS

S AND-NEYVSPAPER; }TYPE The new volume will S in Hamilton county of the middle Cir- CHARLES BYB3*
embrace
of the newest and m6st beautiful style. 1 am of most of the authors of e ; : .in Benton and Hillsboro7 counties of the Jacksonville, May 1 0, 1851. '_if.**
also prepared to supply the much admired tion who circuit. in the Supreme court at Talla
havo"'uniforinI Co
.. Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scot- and while and In the'United States .District court
I, lani a'-series: of these beautiful faces, together added pages, to the already new names long.list will' Florida,and will prosecute claims against the Private Boarding House, t|

with very:variety.'of: form and pattern of greatly increased qnqntity ot ) : States before Congress and the Depart-
lit. !!
;; ORNAMENTAL< AND JOBBING TYPE given; In the July number at Washington ; .i1

, i I Bordering;&c; :I feel assured that the elegance ; ,THE OCEAN BORN Being his entire located and Jacksonvclle/0r attention l/e, he will St. ./lug "stine. to

: I i and accuracy of all the Type manufactured by A TALE OF THS: SOUTHERN : and all unremitting business, his i O. IV. Papy has re-opeaedlij
I entrusted M1
I S to his
- me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in the A powerful sea story, from 'the shall meet with prompt attention. BoardingHouse, for the a< : Union. By, an entirely new method in the I Invalids and Travellers :
r Godman, Esq., of South,Carolina.G. 'McROBERT BAKER. generally ,Ei 'j
. '. mixing and'casting I am enabled to retain the P. R,James will continue August 24 1850. turns!thanks for the liberal patronage&'

, <' virtues 'of the component parts of the metal, and tions, and will furnish during' he has hitherto received and hopes that fif*

thus to produce,. in addition. to an elegant, the months,novel"(some length, i lids and others wh 9 may visit our climate

e. most ly for Graham's Magazine.A J. McRobert Baker, health pleasure, will give him acalls'-
S, SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, efforts will be spared to contribute totW
Series of Splendid AT LAW JACKSONVILLE
beret.oforeoffered to the E. F.,
public. To this last comfort. &3

feature. I would,in particular. call attention,for are now in the 1.l hands,. ofourartists, NOTARY PUBLIC. His House has, during the peesentsusot,-.
: aim is the nci- snmass any in-- hA-- -Inund---_ ) annainteA lit tAt fnllnrrl-atr dereono thorough "-
ouuu/ auraomy wi Type on pr Stntft,-._ repairs-has been f
pie of economy, of the greatest importance to Monibly red Magazines. No expense to take Testimony, ..AffidaUl.AcliIlo7Dl- throughout,and is,therefore,entirely fret En
to meet the
all typographers. The members of the craft lic in this largest expectations edgemeats to be used therein: dampness. The rooms are large and 1111; ,*i
I will also find me ready to supply all kinds of department of'Graham.! Maine, Virginia, Vermont Massachusetts furnished and comfortable. The csUblishna

PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE, OUR PARIS : Connecticut,New York, Pennsylvania, pleasantly situated on a broad street.'aDJMtter

for the establishment of complete Printing Offices we shall continue to furnish, in I'I dt Delawj.reMaryIand,North Carolina, *onimodatlon than at fordj'ea k
other highly finished South Carolina found in the city, plentiful table'wiD k
such Presses, Wood Type Cases,Stands, engravings Georgia, Ala
hands of the best artists. bama provided, and civil! and attentive servant-'
Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, very Mississippi, Texas.
'. Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Rig- All Post Masters and Editors I Ito July, 27 1830. 1:1.: His charges per:week is six dollars,indo&i
fire and and
Ugh, effort will be malt
lets, Closet Racks, &c., &c. act as Agents-to whom every
.1 Out Type taken in exchange for new at 9 will be furnished, desired. Philip. Fraser give satisfactionboth to Trancient Visitors"
Permanent Boarders. '
,
"y
cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most TERMS
: ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR A couple of well broke saddle
: liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the LAW pcniesare
.; ground of furnishing to the purchaser article $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5; : JACKSONVILLE, FLA., tl1cbed to the Establishment, and alfipi!
$lO 11 '
: copies for $20. For $10 be ready for hire. _
with which he will be
and
pleased which
will ILL attend to
S the Magazine for 5 years to one any professional business November:30. 1850. .tf
bring him the worth of his
,- money. Addrese GEO. R. entrusted to him in the Courts of the fb
Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Circuit and the
No. 134 Chestnut St. P Supreme Courts at ':
Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished May 24, 1851. He has also such"an advanta PENSION AND BOU. !TY'. LAflftBTAINED e
with an estimate in detail of the '. '
cost by connection with an able Lawyer Wash :
statingsize of and kind of for the officers and soldiers /* -
paper work to be ex City. as will'ensure a prompt and< ,O
lf spee
Kevolutionarj their
warur
ecuted. legal teprexiB
PROSPECTUS OF ; collection of such claims as may' be placed tivt'I1. ;
Publishers of Newspapers who will insert :
this advertisement SOIL, OF THE his hands against the United States. Pensions for life,for widow*of unch offic n
: three months and send me Sept.8th,1849. ly soldiers whomarrired prerious 1800., 'tt'
the papers containing itaddresred to"Nesbitfs -5--. ,.8
Register1 New York, will be paid in materials THE UNDERSIGNED, a t
of my manufacture,provided they purchase six Russell on the part of the H D. Kendrick, lID(Q)1tJN) )f AN1Q: ) .r

times the ameunt of their bills Agricultural Society,
' ': IL H.foradvertiseing.GREEtf v ito public attention to the, Sr COUNSELLOR AT LAW, For the surviving, or the widows or: ,,::
ILL
in
. No. 128 Fulton-st New York, and tus of a Monthly Journal to be Eastern practice tho several Courts of the children deceased officers and..private t
this city ,under the Circuit, and in the Counties of
auspices of
.I"' No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans named Associaiion. and Benton of the Southern Cir wio served in the -J l

, :- The work will be devoted to the of Florida., War of 2812, with Great Britain 1j

AuctioneersA I Agriculture and Horticulture, ? Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.-noT.17. lIexicanVar ; or in any of the I*..

BE Rural Economy. Under: these dian War since 1790.
requested to notice the following Act >;*
will be included Wm.
all M.
.t- xjL of Assembly. Al 1 who desire to have that concerns Tunno, Terms moderate where the claim is e.

.'". their terms extended according to Sections of o Crops,the inprovement of the COMMISSION MERCHANT, otherwise no chirge.TheSubscriberis .-
agement of the Farm
I the Act must the Garden, : S alo tlte"I
:. > give new bonds. Flower Yard, and the NorthComwcrejal Wharf appointed Agent in >j
of Columbia for Uie
JOHN BEARD. Feb
.:;: ment. In their connexion with tho 14.-ly Charleston, S. C. British Commercial
Insarand
Comptroller. Life
the Soil, the other industrial i
''I'
Tallahassee
: February, 1851. land, will receive. their taiid &'General Company, :.'
y AN ACT The "Soil of the South" will be Agency, Established in'1820,'and empowered by Inch P *
amendatory the seteral Acts now in editorial supervision Charles WASHINGTON, D 'CJOSEI'U menu for tliritisoranceofLiTes and the endonV
''I" .f relating to the appointment and duties of, T. (,fchildreninLondQnNewYork
: .Auctioneers. Esqr., and Col.James M. Chambers. WAWtEK, ;Will gin ofWaahugtuaCAPITAL
body has been for two years and efficient attention to the,:BouNTy '83,000,000..;, 41

7 SECTION' 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I IS Agricultural Press, and is equally pt .CLAIMS officers,and soldiers,engaged in Commuriicniions addressed to: the sabeft
, House of Rep resentatirs of the State Florida ed: as ft Practical and Scientific late Florida War. or either of the Ind n Washington D, C.,will! receive prompt atten&M

in General Assembly convened. That the tax Gardener. CoL Chambers is one ars in which the United States have been en .: ; THOMPSON

I";;. ( upon Auction sales shall .be two per centum intelligent and successful Planters ; or the Warnith: Great: Britain! of-1812, Attorney at LawaadCommissiotT f v!
upon the gross amount of sales,except on sales They will be assisted by an able to any description of business requiring an Deeds for North and South Caro

cotton not damaged, upon which thcre shall I tributors, among the practical or:Attorney at Washington For procu P. S.-Refer,if necessary,to the Heads of Dry*

.. be* a tax of one hilfof one per cent. Planters of jlho.Land: r land:warrants his charge will be 85. -In menu- ,and Members Congress&ene a1 l... -i:ifVaabmgton

Sec 2. Be it further enactod, That no tax Each number will contain : cases it;will be proportioned? to the na \ CieyNcvember485o. --, '. L

on Auction sales !shall be assessed or levied by quarto size,printed with new Jtype' and difficulty of the case. -'.
: any county or incorporated town orcity in this white will also'lLct '
and connection
furnished
paper, with '
to: Agent or In Circuit: CircS
::- State,greater than twenty-five per centum up the.rate. of One Dollar per anum, S : rneys-in:Florida! who may,be employed in Court' ,Eastern* -

I on the.State' tax. be paid in advance. .'land'and other claims on terms which Florida/jil'/ Cblurabfa r ft
I County
SEC. 3: .Be it further enacted, -That all I n- Post Masters be agreed.upon. Letters (which .should
Auctioneers have heretofore are post-paid) 'wUl receive Nsc'rcooic' .t.
been appoin Agents and immediate atfen .
they retain in < 5V.
may JnChancer7of
ted according to law and commissions have not ;Aug17, 1850. tf ,!& 'J -
twenty-five
- yet expired,and all Auctioneers who shall h reI lected by them per, ,cent if, of all, : --.---- J anN Cox.- Bill Divorce.IT .
or, they prefer :
beappolnted,8hallhold the period of'ilx there office during the Work will be sent to any one : Charles i l DeWaal, I Appearing to satisfaction of the Cc,'*, *
from
years the date otthelr :that the
appointment Prodded, That' all Auctioneers gatnitousljr four dollars., who will. remit. ,four. AUCTIONEER, S SS sident OtthoStateofFlorjdendtbat JefendJobCOtoan

I: appointed by the Governor during the recess of .JACKSONVILLEyE. F. residence unknown to ; Lis..

; the General Assembly,shall hold their office n-: All Communications must be --SAI, S in any parrot the County It ordered}that the laid Defendant teompla
attended dOs
: only until the.end ofthe, session of ,the General post paid, to William,'H. Chambers, respectnlly solicited.. and plead answer demur .
'c'i to this
Bill
Assembly next after the date of of"The Soil of the i
their
5outhl ackslnTi le f in three'months
ap May
,
6,1848i or the .
[DtmenL VAN ... same will be.; tak.
confessed

r ;' -. ,(Approved by the Governor f Jan. 13,1851., ,R.J.E.HURT.'A.WARE. : J.arueymesa: Carpenter*'Wonled.' orderastheIwtiirect. ;provided publication., S be- nude> cff&

(Signed
UNDERSIGNED ,) l.THOS.
T. Committee of wished to employ A true DOUGU&f
1 < .N TICE. Columbus immediately 4 Copy Test, Jdge'f*
; ,.Gan April,26, 1851.Notice. : pr eight Carpenters,- to : '

STEAM SAW-MILL FOR 'SALE.. ; .. y Ite&d1"cmploym will be'given. at rea Feb.19 '51 S.SCACBOROUJUfa'J1| ;
3a4
r March.1 :n.]
"Wages. Apply to l'' ,
rriHE'SUBSCRIBER offers t '
for '
.- sale on rea- .. JESSEGARDNER \
: JL 'umM9term8.biaSTEAMSAW.MILL )MONTHS ;; S ., ; ; ,t
: ; ,
AND MACHINERY SIX afterdate we shall li.. Jacksonville, Fla. -STIMSON&CQ:
at Garey's 'Du.valcounty .
r
,
,
y Rccounts' Dd vouchers :' .
adn
I as, ;"
Florida- The Engine Is 20 horse '
and administrator of the NewYoik
power, 10 inch:cvlencler; feet stroke, and 2 ly late estate of : L Sale.. .5 ; ;:New.or1eahm&,
Alachna J. .
: boilers, 24ifeet; ;joag, ',361a.iamete; ; all in deed.'to the lion.county and State I i : :'uqA.tjiJLL". all jhe irons neces ,, bile
;:
; Jddge. t Express.j :
complete order;, and ready for immediate use. f> : Pro sary for the application of horsepower. ) .
,!' It has also a corn mill attached.' ::' The: Engine county time ,'for a final settlement.;and rollers are of iron, 18 inches in diameter jy YE.tY; :* Iiia:
-
! ehalj -
to said ,
and Machinery will sold desired ; apply' court: inches in length. Also two I
separate if BOILERS '
discharge '
from the administration .4OF7lCEs ,
for ,: 2 : !
:: terms to g.l50 and
apply
: me at PAla 200'gallona
ka
,to: :
or tay r. tatol' All, : respect ic3y.- '
I- Nut...J)" Cole. '-- 1.-- J.: take notice-persons interested are ? I S ;y at.'JackS9J1ilIeorPaJ"tka.. '. No'19.'W'USt.Chailes Sir i NewY: '
,
:DIOYtSTANDLY ,
; : : A.H..COLR:: SEBRON J. 8TANDLY additional-particulars: ,apply }tb S.:W.-' Hte1 J BuiIdhN .Ofl'
? !
; ralttlu'FIa.JM y 10,1651. "tf Attorney at Law,,Jacksonville, East '. .
NewnlDstilJeE.FJm. 3 ; .' !' rI' .MobileAge: t. .
J- April : r..<>; : ..';.:. .. ."* .S.* :: : 'f 1339 ,
15, 18 1: '' -'."tf '" ? '! r R J'JllleNi, :Paw'l.d e-t"lti(
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