The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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-:-. < ;- .. count of the tour of Father Mathew to Ashland. to

BT'KS. r. .. OSOOOD. i 7 :.r Y > ; ; : ': -visit Henry Clay:

.- "'rJ!'. "i .- ; On the 2d Father
; -.,., .,. 1jt May, Mathew proceeded by the
She Ions r 't tvji'
mm yet :
1 : : ears to Lexington. The news of his arrival was
I know by the blush that rises '. <:: \ ; ; ushered in by a merry peal from the church bells.:
Beneath the curls ,: : : lie-was met at the depot by his ,kind friend and ,
relative; Major Hanley, who escorted him to the r
ti That shadow her tool-lit cheek; Phoenix Hotel, where congratulatory; depetatieaa'from

She lore him jet! the citizens the Sons Temperance,and oth-
,- er public bodies, awaited his arrival. In the.afternoon
ii\1 I Through aH Lore's sweet disguises -
* OUR COUNTRY. he proceeded to Ashland the residence of tho .
In timid
r girls, Hon.Henry Clay, who received him in: the kindest '
A blush will be sore to speak. and most affectionate manner, inquired minutely I

xm. into the state of his health,welcomed him home to

Bat deeper signs VOL. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1851. NO. 33. "the Great West,"regretted he was anticipated by

tk the radiant blush his friend, Major Henley, in the pleasure h. weald
vmfM beauty, derive from him ha
''''' having as guest, stated that ho
The maiden finds, as to the animal frame-and in this feeling we it being proved that one of the Trustees had Extraerdlaarr Murder had watched his labors through tho country with
* Whenever his name is heard confident planter in"Belglnnt. intense interest, that the effect already -produced
; are every deeply sympathises. been overheard to say that they would punishhim
Since the trial of MadameLaffarge in France by hia benevolent exertions were to humanity j
JI:;' Her young heart thrills, Moreover, the relief they have afforded in oth- this was talien'as evidence of malice amBones for
poisoning her husband, no more remarkable and that he had no doubt bat that from
i* Forgetting her her duty- er respects,has been perfectly indiacribable. I got a verdict for forty shillings damages case has ever been tried than that which the descendants of his regenerated countrymen

.' Her dark eye fills Previous to these improvements, all the finer I besides all the coats. Elated with this slowly unfolds itself before the now would yet spring many worthy citizens destined to
&: And her poise with hope is stir'd. portions of the winter were appropriated ex- -victory. Bones pushed on his old action in the Court of Hainaulc at Mons. High play an important part"in the future destinies of
clusively to the milling and the threshing of Exchequer Chamber to a hearing, but the the Count and The accused are this great Republic. Father Mathew felt,'deeply
11f the crop with the flail-yet it is manifest they court affirmed the judgment against him with- Countess Bocarme,of a family affected, expressed his most grateful' thanks for thu(
She loves him yet! added not one particle to the value of the out hearing the Trustee's counsel. which is stated to be one of the oldest in Belgmm. warm appreciation of his humble labors, and introduced

w The flower the false one gave her, i, indeed while going on all other work 'The Trustees The crime laid to their charge is that his friend, the Very Rev. Dr. Scalding, who
property; were now sick of the
very having the was most received by Mr. who
he poisoned Countess' brother Gus- kindly Clay, remarked -
When last ,
came and all for another had to be ,
of Bones
preparation which had
crop name become
a sort bug taTe in that he had tho pleasure knowing several
Fougnies order
Is still with her wild tears wet. suspended,so that the condition of the plantation bear, so that, if a Trustee met a friend in the to obtain his fortune. members of his family personally, and all by char

Shell ne'er forget, was not progressive\ but retrograde.A street he :would be greeted with an inquiry after The trial of the count and his wife is now acter. The Reverend gentleman then presented his

( nowe'erjiis faith may waver, short recapitulation will show what has the health of his friend, Mr. Bones They I proceeding, and therefore permits us only to Secretaries, Messrs.Hahony and O'Mara both of

Through grief and shame, been accomplished by the enterprise of our would have gladly let the whole matter drop give the facts of the case as they are disclosedby whom were cordially welcomed by Mr. Clay Mr.

t planters in the last seventy years. At the into oblivion, but Jupiter and Bones had de- the witnesses'examined and by the docu- Mahony remarked: "Since we have had the pleas. .. -
Believe it-!ho loves him yet! in ure seeing in New York, we have sir to
ments form of indictment you use
which is
Revolution it is believed the rice
tit close of termined otherwise: for the indomitable Briton usually your ixwn bI>.sUrlitu1mctapbor, crossed the vestibule .
,- delds were poorly drained, and IT hen broken up brought a writ in. the gon.ofLorsron tbejad6D1ent.o'th called act d accusation. *w- of the temple;and are now engaged In admiring
t: Tils favorite songs turned whiththt hoe then trenched Count De Bocarme resided at the chateau of **
were chiefly ; ;; ExehO! \feY Chamber. The the beauties of tho interior. "And I hope," said
.. She will sing-ehe heeds no other; with the hoe, then came three hoeings andas unhappy Trustees had,;caught a Tartar, and Bury; he married 'in 1843, for her fortune Mr.Clay, "you nave not been disappointed.** "No

... With all her wrongs many pickings The rice was then cut with follow him into the Lords they must. Accor- Lydia Fougnies, the daughter of a retired gro sir! the ream, has fat exceeded our most sanguine

.. Her life on his love is set. the sickle and carried in on the head the a : after another two's the cer, and got with her a sum representing a expectations."Were
dingly, or dehy "
'- Oh doubt no more threshed with the flail, then milled,2nd dressed case came on in the Lords.year Their Lordships, hundred a year of English money. This, after whose I, said Father Matthew,"to select State .
in in all, was no great sum, and as the count was fertility, beauty, and picturesque scenery,
.. wed another some cases wholly by human labor and it the writ of '
She never can ; ; pronounced most trumpery error somewhat remind me more forcibly of tho green fields of my
of a spendthrift his affairs assumed
II Till life be o'er, others, by a rude machine,called a pecker mill. they had ever seen, and again affirmed the poor old country.' it would be the delightful region -

tie She 10TC'&-she will love him yet! Now, in 1850, the hoeing, the pickings, and the judgment, with costs, against Bones. The gradually a most embarrassed state. His wife'sbrother through which I have travelled for the last few -
.. cutting pith the sickle remain unchanged; but Trustees now taxed their costs and found that Gustavo Fougnies, had become pos- daJ'SI have heard,continued the Reverend Fa-

., lue lands are better drained, and in the turn- they had spent not less than, five hundred sessed, by his father's death, of considerable ther, "that even you paid us the high compliment
I property and as he was unmarried the count of designating Kentucky the Ireland of America.'"
: ing the plough has superseded the hoc the in their claim bit of ,
rftultura!. ; pounds defending to a "
"Tho Mn "is
I and:countess had every prospect of inheriting compliment, replied Clay, mutual -
6 trenching, when necessary, is done by animal ground that was not worth the value of an old his fortune. Gnstave. though weak iu consti- : nor is tho analogy confined merely to physical

.. IllstirT and Cultivation of Rice.We power, the rice, when cut, is carried in on a horse shoe. But then Bones was condemned tution and amputated resemblance. There are many traits of character'
of a leg determined in
flat and waggon, then threshed and milled by I to pay the costs. True: so they issued execu- which we possess in common with your country.
;: find in the Pendleton (S. C.) Farmer and machinery so perfect, that it is difficult to imagine : tion against Bones, caught him after some November, 1850, to marry. men Our people, like yours, are good hearted,

III Planter an interesting report by Dr. E. Elliot, i how it can be surpassed.It trouble, and locked him in jaiL The next The state of Count Bocarme-'s exchequer was generous and chivalrous. thoughtless and heedless,
at this time quite ruinous and it is evident sometime if will but abounding in noble
is hundred and
on the Cultivation < f Rice; read before the one fiftysevenyearssincctbe week Bones petitioned the Insolvent Court, got! "
from of witnesses that and benevolent
deposition numerous manly, impulses.
introduction of rice into Carolina and ,
Penllcton Farmers Society nt its late annual I out of prison, and,on examination of schedule he resorted to the most disreputable artificesto Father Matthew expressed his high appreciation
there are grounds for supposing that our peo- his effects to be 0 Os. Od.! Bones
the of this eloquent tribute to the character of his coun-
contest of the
I smallest debts.
., meeting. We publish below a portion of the ple have accomplished more daring that period. had, in fact, been fighting the Trustees on He owed payment his trymen, and, on his retiring, promised he would
large sums to advisers and
). report: in the cultivation and preparation of this grain 1 credit for the last three years for his own attorney spend a day at Ashland on his return to Louis-
most of his
itslis than has been done of the Asiatic mortgaged property. Foug- .
nations down creditor
was put as a to a large
In R:1mspy'lHistory of South Carolina it is have nies marriage would have been a blow to his ville.The reverend gentleman proceeded the next
who been conversant with its growthfor which
the satisfaction the
amount was only
stated "Landgrave Thomas Smi'b, who was many centuries. We had the rare obtained hopes. Suddenly the count became addicted, morning to Cliff Cottage, eighteen miles from Lexington -
opportu- Trustees from his schedule.
ail Governor of the Province in 1693, had been at perusing in the beginning of 1850, to the study of chem- the hospitable residence of his friend and
-akA Madagascar before be settled Carolina. There nity a few years since which of seeing a Chinese bookon "They were now obliged to have recourse to istry. Be went under a false name to a manufacturer relative, Major Hanley. This delightful villa ia

he observed that rice was planted and grew in rice planting, contained many engravings. I the Parish funds to pay their own law expenses of alembics, corresponded also under situated on a most romantic spot of high table land,

pi low ground. Having such ground in his The language we could not read; and were consoling themselves with the re- false name with a professor! chemistry I nearly on the margin of the Kentucky river,its elevation -
gar but we comprehended a sufficient number of flection that these did not come cut of their ortn from the bed of the stream being about one
den attached to in East Charleston succeeded in
dwelling ultimately from tobacco
Bay :
the engravings to institute a comparison between pockets, when they received the usual notifica thousand feet, and the ascent almost perpendi-
he was persuaded that rice would leaves a deadly poison known as nicotine and
. growtherein cular. ,
their and our own and the result had
system tion that bill in been filed
a chancery against -
if seed could be procured. About for which hitherto it has been impossible to The good father enjoyed the tranquil and sooth.
was, in our method qf irrigation we were their : them at Mr. Bones' suit to overhaul
this time a vessel from Madagascar being in find a reactive. This poison he tried on various ing repose of this delightful; rural retreat until last
distress, came to anchor near Sullivan's Island. 'qu1Is-whiJe in economy cultivation and in their accounts with the parish and perm the animals,and, according to his own statement Tuesday, when the Major accompanied him and

... The master enquired for Mr. Smith as an old the preparation of the grain for market and misapplication of the parish money to the pay- he obtained tremendous results, death his suite to Lexington. The whole party dined on
for use, we are greatly their superiors. Againsome of their law This the climax. Mr. and in the
. acquaintance. An interview took plice. In ment costs was being instantaneous after the slightest absorp- the evening with Clay, enjoyed society
six or seven since the East India of that statesman intellectual
the of conversation: Mr. Smith years And being myself a disciple of Coke, I have tion of the poison. distinguished an -
I course expresseda Company of London, sent an agent to this country heard nothing further of it; being unwilling, treat of the highest order. The flashes of playful
wish to obtain some seed rice to plant in his In November 18'0, Gnstave Fougnies who
humor,the rich fund of anecdote mingled
to American cotton seed gins and well to racy
procure as perhaps as unqualified follow the
The cook called said that he had hitherto refused to to because he
garden. briar go Bury with the brilliant corrnscations! of genius, were listened -
for the of the
overseers testing
practi into the vault of the Court of
purpose case labyrinthic
had small of rice suitable for the feared was induced to invitation with his
a bag pur- poison, accept an rapture by distinguished guest,
cability of cotton method in In-
raising by our Chancery. The catastrophe, if this were a dinner at it and the high estimate he had previously
" pose. This was presented to Mr. Smith who to Bury, being proposed to fully justified
.. cowed it in a low spot in Longitude Lane.- dia. This agent, Capt. Bayles, when in Savannah tale, could hardly be mended ; so the true story him to become trustee for the count and coun- formed of one

From this small beginning did one of the great was from heard the to say, that he to had inform especial hlinselrminutely direction may end here. tess during a tour they intended making in "Whose eloquence brightened whatever it tried, '

staple commodities of South Carolina take its company Germany. He came on the morning of the 20th Whether reason or fancy,the gay or the grave*
of rice culture.
I rise which soon bcame the chief support of the of our whole system A California Incident. of November and after dinner on the same Was as brilliant as deep, and as rapid tide
from the banks of "
Here then, was an embassage toe As ever bore freedom aloft on its wave.
eaM colony and its great souice of opulence"Such tbe Gang's-a spot where rice has been culti- Jas- W. Coflaoth, Esq., formerly one of the day died in room where were present both Father Mathew Visited Wednesday
is the historical account cf the intro- editors of the Philadelphia Timsst now in California the count and countess. Rumor spread the Georgetown on \
vated probably for twenty centuries, to enquireinto at the invitation of his respected friend, Gen.
fr duction of rice into South Carolina and from thus report of sudden death, and the officers of jus-
; the method of cultivation and preparation in a letter home sketches the history Flonrnoy. He was politely escorted by his zealous
,t. that to this it has constituted of her of lad well known about the Quaker City tice arrived next morning to report and declare
day one of a people amcngst whom the grain had no a disciple, G. W. Smith, and Mr. J.- 8. Dooley, of
staple Articles of production. Allbangh the existence one'hundred and and : how Gustave Fougnies had died. A post mortem Louisville. He returned to Georgetown Ia the afternoon
sixty -4.
climate and soil were found admirably suitedto years Last night I stepped into one of the hells on enamination was made, and it was found i -, and daring-: hit'brief stay in that city; administered ,

the plant, the planters encountered incredible ago. Portsmouth Square, San Francisco, to watch that the death had ensued, not from apoplexy, I the pledge to, over 300 persons. On I
at first stated, but from the forcible Thursday he took ha final leave of Mr. Clay his
difficulty in preparing,or dressing, the rice the practical working of the 16eecbes. A few as injection ,
estimable and the other members of his fam-
of a corrosive and poisonous substance. lady, ,
for market. From the of its introductionto UfsttllanroutJ. there in
day minutes after my entrance, came a boy, ily. ,
the close of the Revolution the grain was apparently fifteen or sixteen. He watched the There were marks of violence on .the face of

eFw milled or dressed,partly by hand and partly by Litigation.As game of"faro" for a few minutes then pulled the dead man,and part of the poison had run An idle fellow the other day complained bitterlyof
down the side of his face the flesh
animal power. But the processes were imperfect out a hankerchief containing gold dust and corroding his lot and said he was born on the last day of ,

-very tedious, very destructive to the laborer a happy illustration of the certainty, threw the whole amount upon a card. The any blistering it. An examination of Count the year, the last day of the month, and the last I

-tr ,and very exhausting to the animal power. cheapness, and expedition of the English law, card won! and upon counting the amount, it Bocarme's hands showed the presence of a bite day of the week; and he had always been behind

The planter regarded a good crop as an in upholding those who are in the right,Har was discovered that he had bet S4.000! Coolly from human teeth, and a red tinge on one or hand. He believed it would have been a hundred
II. his nails corresponded with certain marks and dollars in his pocket if he had never been born at
equivocal blessing, for if the product is great, per's New Monthly has received the following pocketing the SS,000 he tamed upon his heelto '
till co in proportion was the labor of preparing it strange narrative from an esteemed correspondent go aut, when he noticed me look at him. Ina scratches on the face of Fougnies.The all. },

..... for marker. While matters stood thus. the who is himself a lawyer: moment he came up and addressed me by clothes of Fougnies and those of the Wo pause for a reply,as the old fellow said when
.i released from their painful count which he had changed, were found wet, he knocked over dumb m n.
planters were c"n- "The most litigious fellow I ever knew wasa name. Of course I told him I did not know him.

... dition by a circumstance, so curious, that it deserves Welshman named Bones. He had got pos- '"What," said he, you done know little Blinkey and hanging np to dry in an attic'of the ChA- A Catholic priest one hundred and ten years old

a place in the history of human inven session, by some me:1nsl of a bit of waste ground that used to sell the Spirits and Ledgers about teau. This had been done by the countess,as preached at Dayton,0., a few days since. ,

II 1if tions. A planter from the Santee,whilst walk behind a public house in Hogwash street. Ad- third and Chestnut streets; in old Philli? A she states been by order with of her busband.but The floor The population'of Iowa, as estimated in proportion
ing in King street, Charleston, noticed a small joining this land was a yard, belonging to the second look convinced me that it was indeed scraped glass, insufficient to to superficial extent, is three inhabitants to ,I
the marks of the
. windmill perched on the gable end of a wooden parish of St. Jeremiah, which the Parish Trus- "iittle Blinkey," who used to scream hispaporwares prevent corroding liquid, each'square mile. I
. which seemed to have been all
... store. His attention was arrested by the bean- tees were fencing in with wall. Bones alle- louder than all the other little spurted over The cost of obtaining letters patent for an roved:

,"t ty of its performance. He entered the store ged that one corner of their wall was advanced rascals. His story was soon told. He had pro- the room. lion for England alone is $500-for tho whole of

d and asked who the maker was. He was told about ten inches on his ground; and, as they cured a situation as cabin boy, sailed 19,000 The count, however,denied all knowledge of Great Britain, $1500 ; cost in the United States, ''I

, that he was a Northumbrian, then resident in declined to remove it back, he kicked down the miles, gone to the mines in company with others the mode of Fougnies' death, and said only .

the house-a man in necessitous circumstancesand brick work before the mortar was dry. The was successful; and now the possessor of that whilst the three sat after dinners his I $30.The mechanics and working men of Philadelphiaare

r e wanting employment. A conference was Trustees having satisfied the nselves that they $12,000 I assure you, I was glad to see "lit brother-in-law cried out and called for him as I again agitating the system of eight hours as &

i., held-the planter carried the machinist to the were not only within their own boundary, but tle Blinkey," for he seemed like a sunbeam from if in pain: ; that he, Bocarme, ran to assist; day's work.

4 Santee-pointed out the difficulties under that they had left Bones some feet: of the Par- home. they both fell,and a crutch breaking woundedhis i

h which the planters labored and the result wag ish land to boot, built up the wall again. Bones hand. At this time the doctors had not Tho Albany Dutchman says there is a man in

'dJ the Rice Pounding mill. 'This man was the kiched it down again. A Mrs. Saunders, of Caddo parish La., recovered found out the poison, which acted so instanta- it Troy, and with uses a it nose for a so clarionettc.long that he has.holes'bored -in

: first Mr. Lucas, as to his genious South Caro- "The Trustees put it a-third time under $12,000 damages against Wm.C. Shaw, for dander neously. There were no traces of chemical instruments -
r lina owes a large debt of gratitude. For what up The inexorable and defamation of character. or of any apparatus for the distilla- In the city of Rome, which contains is 0,38.4 inhabitants
the of a policeman. -
d protection
the the tion of there are 34 Bishops 1,240 Secular
cotton planter owes to Eli Whitney poison.
i rice Bones, in spite of the awful presence of "Hans, where do you live?" 'I lire against de Priests, 1,802 reguUr Priests, 1.461 Monks. .
planter owes to Mr.Lucas. His mills were this not only kicked down the The false name assumed by the count in his
functionary where de hills come
back street, cross you up
first impelled by water, but more recently by wall again, but kicked the bricklayers into the mid de brewery in your right hand. dealings with the chemical instrument maker, A c dandy, with a cig&r in his month entered. ;,
steam-and though wuch mechanical ingenuity This too much and Bones however became known. After six weeks menagerie, when the proprietor requested him to> '
and much capital have been expended inimproiing bargain. was for, was the A careless compositor lately dissolved the Union search the alembics used in producing nicotinewere take the weed from his mouth,lest ho should learn
Guildhall ,
marched off to assaulting
the United the other bad habits.
two letters whereby monkeys
by transposing
them, the Rice Pounding Mill of The magistrates rather pooh- found, and Bocarme, when informed of
bricklayers. the Untied Statue i
States became
.. this day in all essential particulars, does not the complaint, but bound over Bones these discoveries for a moment gave himselfup A fellow boasted he had taken twenty-five drinks ;

differ materially from the mill as it came from poohed the The belli, the wall There is a gentleman in the Legislature who can to despair. He now admitted that Gnstave of whiskey at a shilling a' lass, and he intended to '
the to keep peace. causa be trusted with secret for nothing he can the number to one hundred before bed time
hands of Mr. Lucas any say Fougnies had drank poison distilled by him ran up
fourth time but when the ,
was re-edified a : take such fellow to swallow .
would not
It This will be believed."Gentlemen It a long
. great impediment being removed, one Trustees revisited the place next morning, it but said that he had done so accidentally, it dozen houses and several farms.
formidable bifficulty still remained in the way was again in ruins. While they were in consultation of the jury, have you agreed?"- having been given him by Madame de Bocarme,

.. of tie rice planters, and that was the threshing this last insult they were politely "What is your verdict" "We find the prisonernot who, mistaking it for wine, poured out some, A man found guilty of felony at tho central Cri 1r-
f of the flail. labor upon -if heft leave the town." inal Court. Boston recontly, entreated the court
crop by The requisite to waited on by an attorney's clerk who guilty which he drank. This statement,however,the

l accomplish this was so great, that we once served them all with 'writs' in an action of The ladies of New York have adopted a new countess denied and she now openly accused to "deal leniently as he with was him particularly; and give anxious him a short to

heard a distinguished planter say while having at the suit of Bones for encroachingon style of adj11Sting the hair. It lifts the hair behind her husband of being the murderer. She said imprisonment to the exhibition." go-
trespass, great
f one large crop threshed oat by flail, that he his land. the temple, and takes the name of 'The Jenny the precautions, taken, to remove all servants

would regard another large crop as a calamity. Lind Lift. from the vicinity of the room where the victim A late writer in speaking of Bostonians says,they

ft Previous to 1830. threshing mills had been "Thus war was declared about a piece of A man's wedding day is called his "bridal day." was to be despatched were taken by her, at divide their time between metaphysics andpoultry fancy

f tried by various individuals, but with no apparent dirty land literally not'so big as'a door step The orthography of that word is wrong: it should the instigation and orders of her husband. ;' and while they ok upon Emerson as far
and the whole fee simple of which would not ahead of inspiration, they look upon.a thrifty rooster
j In that the "bridle"
success attempt wasrenewed be written day. .
year She said that her husban'cl'specutated- the far ahead of Am. ;
'TrusteeS however
The as
sell for a, shilling. ,
I and :
.. first ,trial of we'were a thresher present constructed and witnessedthe in New thought they ought not to give 'up the, rightsof A widow lady gave an ex-editor a sound thrash death of Gustave; that she knew in the first A broker in Wall street got struck the other day:
in Broadway, New York in the of that ,the nicotine distilledby
.c, York,and which was tested on Savannah river the Parish to the obstinacy ofa perverse fel- ing of presence days of with a $100 counterfeit note hi this way. A beaniful -
thousands spectators. fer the '
husband had been prepared -
... tinder the of n.Hanilton. low like Bones, and resolved to indict Bones her pur"pose lady like woman: called and asked to ban it
;.. auspices driven The machinery for assaulting the workmen. Accordingly the "Pa isn't that man in what they call the spring destroying her brother, and that on the changed into small notes. ,The broker tells his own

that was by apparatus: similar to action and the indictment went together. time of life?" "Why, mr son?" "Because he 20th November Bocarme told her that on that story._ ,"I was looking more at the woman than to
r employed tot driving the cotton gin., ,The looks so confounded green. I day Gustavo's life would be taken. (San cf- to my,business." Pretty! good.. : 't
result was not "The action'"as tried first, and as the evidence : '
very satisfactory but there was
.fraire strati faite.) She knew all this, yet when Province (R. L) Poet: states that there are
Crounk for hope and ,after of clearly showed,that .the ,Trustees had The editor of the Prairie Chlettainhas been elected The
an outlay very she remained silent.' She described
her brother-cam : children working in some of the Rhode bland
fence viewer,and he notifies all wishing young -
large rams and after within their own boundary they got the persons
many ,disappointments' .kept their fences viewed to send them in., how after dinner her brother expressed mills; of such tender age that appear tobe
the happy expedient was thought of, of testing verdict. Bones moved for a' new trial; that his determination to go home and Bocarme more fit for cradles than:working. in ft uwtory.

tae mill with steam instead of animal power.- failed. ,The Trustees now thought they would j The narrowest escape that wo ever heard of was went out to order his horses In his absence During[ the past winter they,have been'employed

The experiment! was completely successful and let the'matter'rest as it"had cost the Pariah that of the chap who crept through a knot hole, she and her, brother; were talking together from half-past five in the morning.Gil;eight m'the

it was manifest at once that the dicultiej had about one hundred and ,fifty pounds,, and they when his wife was_chasing.him with ft broomstick. when 'Bocarme rushed in, seized Gustave by evening.LIBEZ.. t ..

rtd act been lathe imperfect, construction of the supposed:Bones,had enough" of It.: But they JL hundred and seven Methodist Clergymen have the shoulders and threw him down. Sho fled SUIT.In Worcester,',-Mass, before" tho

thresher, bat ia the insufficiency of the moving had mistaken their man. He; brought,a writ petitioned the Massachusetts<< Senate, praying them and did not return into the room until all was Supreme Court. Asaheg Fairbanks and w e,hue 1

.. O'Wer., of error in the action, which carried the cause b take all "constitutional" methods to 'preventthe and the body .of GuataTe lay'lifeless on obtained 11,000 damages of Samuel,Burroughs;for
It is now, twenty jearsisinee; ,witnessed into the Evchequer Court-, and tied it up nearly execution" of the fugitive slave law. over the ground.; libel uttered against Mrs*Fairbanks several" 'years

tIt the working of the rmall mill alluded to, and two years; and in the mean time he forced ."Stupidity" said a testy lawyer, "I Relieve the roseentovahoweverpretend in since,before she was married._ ...

Itt ,the rice threshing mill with steam engine at- them, .'fen**"&*/, 'to try the' indictment jury[ have been ionoenlatod for stupidity.: ,That :The publio ; KKOCUXGS Xl"On1)-A. relative :ef the For
t tached is now a splendid piece of operative AVhcn the trial 'Came on, the 'judge said that, maybe replied his opponent, "bat the bar and the their indictment that the countess must have family, in' Syracuse, -publicly: stated that she !

. chinery. The rice in sheaf taken up to thethresher .as the whole>> ,question had been decidedin the court are of the opinion that- you, had, ft in -the.nat-. been present at,the' death and poured in the was taneht by one of the Fox girls how to produce

,; ,by a"conveyer it it threshed' -the action], there was no,-xcasion'for any farther ural way. {roison,whilst, DeBocarmof a held; open the mouth the rappmgs; ,that the secret was given to her onha
': ,straw .taken off, ,then thrice,winnowed and, proceedings, and therefore the defendant had "Fatiier," said a rougiah boy, "I hope you. won't their victiruThis remain:yet to 'be1 re promise that she would' become a medium. She- .
twice screened- and:',the result in some cases ,better beacquitted, and lOmake.an an end of it-: buy any more gunpowder r tea for mother. "Why moved. It is for this, therefore, that Lydia states that it is.by tbe knees and toes; "

exceeds a thousand bushels of clean rough rice, ;"Accordingly, Bones was acquitted; and the not?""' "Because every toe She drinks it she blows J'oupes'Coantu of :Bocarme; and.'VISUt, "Have'JOB> ground all the, tools right;:a*I told

the work of a short winter day very next thing Bones did was to sue the1'rua- me up.", 1 Count of Bocarme: }are indicted for the crime: of you this morning, when I went away t" Id.ear-

* '!Humanity ,rejoices at these ,inventions-at tees ins new action'for maliciously instituting Folly-to think: that you can make pork out. of murder by poison. and are'J1bw on their trial penter t ft'very. green lad whom he h t ua'

,this transfer to water and steam of proccsseuo. the indictment against him without reasonableattsel pig iron or that you can become a shoemaker. by, before the, High' Criminal, :- "Ctuti ,, rHouIA'IIainaulL he aP not"A b1Uhhd.I'ne ,

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, Hi;t I Letter; from 'President Fillmore I Mr. Calhoun's views on government and on acted under it. Ofw'liat' staffers the citizens Oar neighbor furnishes some'-names,according from whicha Ju.KlngofWm in.the- burnt'district.. DelmoniCo',BalIOJDe and k Co., .m"'" fir.1
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,, .', the present Constitution, will appear in the of Harrisburg made to endure his presence 1 "Union ticket" might be formed. tate, Revere Rouse,PaciAc Mall

;;. The President the United States, Millard work which he wrote for publication-and Those sentiments, we doubt not,secured him to our definitions these 'gentlemen belong to the fly are aU consumed, Not a' house watlgft*' ,

Fillmore,has written the following letter the which would have been printed, long before the office, at the expense.of the widow of a soldier "Disunion"category{therefore we can't help them. Leidasdorf street, and every thing on both 2L*

if he had lived. It will soon at of the Beyolutlon.-4ppeal. who by Long wharf to beyond WhIteb&IL'0"
Boston Common Council, which was read be- now>,> appear The SubmUsioniste of the South-those, Arer <
in t-5?
Scarcely a building the
: fore that body on the 12th ult We have all events, and we commend it with equal vowing dissentionln.our midst, inTited the aggressions district has stood the test Bach as have waol*an:1

printed certain portions of this letter, \ italics, pleasure, at the great French monarch said, to which, without'the. "aid and comfort" they California Exchange El Dora, Verandah;artJT*
In order to draw to'those portions the particular his friends and his enemies. THE N'EWS.JACKSONVILLE been buildings of Captain Haward in which ??*
have .
could perpetrated *
attention of our readers. The letter is as By the way, whilst we are dwelling on important afforded to the enemy, never United States usayinz once of MofiattA ..'

follows: histoncalxlisclosurcs, and whilst old -those who, by these means, have helpedto Montgomery street The officers of the <.Co.t')<

WASHINGTON, June G, 1851.i : correspondence is ransacked to ascertain what break down the barriers of our Constitutional house saved the specie of the office by the of the Constitution meant of union- into a well. About 'l,000,000were ,
; Hon. FRANCIS BaiiLnr, President of the framers really defences, and weaken the bonds our urway. ...,
Common Council the Boston: by that paper, we commend to the disciples of i those are not the materials-be they Whig or Democrat -
I of City of abject submission development in the volume A. J. Cost, neval officer, Mr. Brown aj -

.. Sir:-When I had the pleasure of meeting recently published of Alexander Hamilton's Northerner or Southerner-from which to Mr.Green, collector, and a number of otiterihift*
f' and President in the crisis, or at any naval department, had all of their priraU ?
you your associates of the committee from writings. It is there distinctly declared that ,select present tgi
The books and
I'' Boston, in New York, and yon dii me thehonorI' he himself drew the form ratifying the present time. The parrot cry of "Union." "Union," coming ment destroyed.were nearly, all saved.papers The of larn the faS r T

; of inviting me to visit your city, and kindly Constitution adopted by the convention of FLA. from the lips of those who," for the most part, States bonded warehouse, containing about j2-

i tendered me, on behalf of the Common Council New York. In that ratification the State of are the mere tools of the selfish politicians whose .tons merchandise, hi bond, was saved.

1 its hospitalities' I: fondly hoped that I should New York expressly reserves thfl'rigbt of reas- Saturday, July S, 18 1. and policy have brought the Union into I The banking booses will all resume bmiw.L
be able during the month to 1 1i measures the course of the week. When '
accept suming the powers granted the Constitution, estimated at its val Burgoy. "Li*
L invitation. But I to that I present peril, will be proper I was opened, $1,500,000 was taken out
__.._ i your regret say whenever she may deem it necessary to her nelfare. 110&
i find it inconsistent with what I deem my pub- She does not indulge in the silly cant about the AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. ue, by all who understand the real drift of their I or damaged in the least. '

: lie duty to indulge in this gratification: and, right of revolution,-she does not pretend that Maj.'JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla. hollow pretensions. side The of fire Kearny swept street everything, Sackson down on the

!tl therefore, while I am profoundly grateful for in the slavish style of modern submission, she J. G. REARM, Esq., Ocala, Fla. I vening blocks to Battery street street The all sbjppiSk thtfeb?

the distinguished honor implied by the invitation will endure until her sufferings are unendurable T. P. KERNED, Esq, Tampa,, Fla. IRREGULARITY OF THE MAILS. I the harbor TheonljW

; I feel reluctantly compelled to decline it. -but she substantially reserves the right Gen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville; Fla. Several weeks ago we alluded to the frequent eels burnt prQvidentilyeap. and the "
: My personal acquaintance in your city is but seceding at pleasure. And in so doing, she I St. and Harrison, store ships. Mont9nn 0
-but as it has been it has left B. FBISBY Ferry Fla. failures of the mail between Augustine Pine, Sansome Caoa
\' slight slight acted with wisdom. Perhaps every other Stateat Esq., Garey's I arrivedat ,
many: pleasant recollections, and I should have the time would have done the same thing, if GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine, Fla. Jacksonville. The state things has now nearly destroyed. Ief

j been extremely happy to have renewed and it had not been generally understood that the Judge A. STEKLE Cedar Keys Fla.S. such a pitch that it is no longer tolerable. The The Sacramento Hotel is blown up H01Greeen's ;

-t extended it at this time. I Lave long entertained 'right was unquestionable and it was thought St. Augustine mail, for Jacktonville; is put into the Building containing Taa!
for the and GUNSKI, Esq., Pilatks, Fla. of libraries, Jone' Hotel, the Saving' I
a high rcsject intelligence impolitic to reserve one right of the States in Savannah bag almost every trip. It goes, Dodge A Co's Express office Agents' BuDdianS'

?" patriotism of the great mass: of your citizens, express terms without enumerating the other, course, to Savannah; sometimes it returns to Jacksonville jfornia Exchange, Cook A Bro's stores, were anT

and recent events have not impaired that res lest the latter might thereby be rendered less THE PRESIDENCY. by the next'boat, but more frequently not Tho Dramatic Museum, Custom House,Jcnnv t5
L j pect. You have been, and 1 trust ever nill be a Theatre Parker
certain.-Southern Press. Adams
Movements made and preferences expressed is HOUe. Co's Expfwit
are being for one or two weeks. The "Ancient City"
F lam-loving and a law-abiding people. I know flee the Engine the Union Hotel arT
, \ that your devotion to this great principle has in various quarters, in relation to candi- sometimes so very ancient when we get it, that it the buildings bure I

had a severe test in your recent efforts to execute The Russian Contributions. dates for Presidency and Vice Presidency; and has lost much of its flavor and freshness; and we The the Union Hotel involva,

I the law for the return of fugitive slues.'I Barbaric Russia, it seems, contributes splendors never was there a juncture in our history, in which can calculate on receiving letters with more certainty loss of 1350,000. Messrs. Adams & Co. raved tW

Slavery in any form is repugnant to your feelings of fancy work to the Great Exhbition, before the election of these officers was so pregnant with and despatch from New York or Boston, books saved., Ac. The deposites of Wells A CoT 1!

and education, and the fugitive naturally and inevitably which pales the jewelry of the Palais Na. momentous consequences to the country. "In the The fault of all this
than from our neighbor city
f' excites your deepest sympathies. Nothing tional. We extract the following from a London better days of the Republic," it was comparatively Floridian
lies either at the Augustine Picolata Fr0. tlc Sf
'I but stern of founded certainly Jol UI.
a sense duty, upon a ,la- journal :
; of little what might be the personal or
I tional, solemn conviction, that n constitutional: The envious boarding still shuts in the Russian consequence character Whether Post Office and we have strong reason to believe it Crumbs of Comfort.The .

and legal obligation must be obeyed, at any contributions from the public gaze, but we political oftbeCbiefMagietrate. to be at the latter; and it is really surprising_with% following extract from the S. T. Tribe

and every sacrifice, could have insured the execution are indebted to the courtesy _of Mr. Gabriel he was Federalist or Democrat, Northerner or what reckless effrontery the same outrage is repeated -, shows what the opinion of the ablition and h
cf law in a case like tnis. liut for Southerner, the well-balanced machine of Govern- sellers, headed by Seward, is of tb
myself Conncellor to the
Privy Emperor, over, week after week, notwithstanding so slave law. these
If.I I never doubted that the law would ultimately and Mr. J. W. Digby the efficient secretary to ment went regularly through its evolution, ,and remonstrances have been made to the offen- mad fugitive over Southern Verily people, in tbfe
{ many triumph
I Good faith is the right haT coot,
triumph. foundation the Russian Commission for performed harmoniously all its operations. In
preparatory citizens of St. believe that we submit & -
tho Augustine
We hope indignity(
, ding parties. I wl bt I
all social
of all and
I morality security. peep, the result of which we shall speedily those days, there was no party at the North,arrayed : take the matter in band and apply the I they may t fix upon u Theyteeafc
The free will
kf States had pledged themselves
by communicate to readers. The strik- Lave forgotten
our more in deadly hostility to tho Constitutional rights : that although a people dvpoiei
the Constitution to the performance of this du features are several articles carved in malachite proper remedy. We feel no disposition to be eon ; to endure evils a as they are tolerably I

ty. The slave States hnd a right to insist, and from the Ural mountains, among which pairof and domestic institutions of the South ; or if there itnutively removed a thousand miles from our there is a point beyond which forbearance ,

did insist, upon its performance. Thera was handsome was, it was comparatively insignificant, and had not be degradation and ruin. It is peculiarly vj&
folding-doors some VASes. when
very good neighbors, in fact we are quite contig 1
. z then no alternative but to break our faith, forfeit I and a tazza, are fine specimens of) the capabilities attained an influence which could control the political us. The evils which are to come upon the S

: our word of honor, and thereby trample of the material. The imperial porcelain movements of the States and plant itself in uous. by a persistence in the mad crusade .
, rights will not be of a temporary or
( the Constitution of our country in the dust, factory contributes some splendid vases, one of the highest places of the Government The balanceof TUE WEATHER, TIlE CROPS, &c. tare but will affect our children and traet.ehOdna
nnd run the hazard of a civil war; or else to them the in the Exhibition and both
admit the obligation like honest true-hearted largest power between the North and the South, in the Tho weather continues propitious to the growing children, laying desolate the fairest portion of lit
' beautifully gilt in a manner we had not before Central Government, had not been destroyed, for earth.
'j I men,and do all in our power to comply with it, seen in bright and dead gold alternately. On crops : for several weeks past refreshing showers And who can say to what Citetit the interest! <

, still hoping and trusting that in due time some the larger one is painted, in a manner which the South still had a preponderance in the Senate, have daily visited the grateful planters. From the the civilized world would be injured, i
mode mould be devised by those who have the sufficient to protect her rights. amount distress would be Sd"b
does infinite credit to the native artist, a copy interior we receive gratifying accoountj. The oc&Oe
constitutional to abolish and Under these circumstances however desirable it calamity, since the failure of
power slavery, of one of Winterhalter's favorite Italian festasat corn crop, although seriously injured by the crop 0j
, who are most deeply interested in its final extinction Baia, with Vesuvius in the distance. But might be for the South to have a Chief Magistrate would throw out of employment thousands who dt-
drought, will produce a fair average yield, and the pond their daily labor for the
rid the evil without upon neceseariei
to get of destroy
the grand attraction in the Russian section is a who, in any emergency. would stand up for her
I ing the fairest fabric of freedom mortal hands cotton and cane are very flourishing. There is life. But to the extract-here i is: i
.1 splendid center piece of solid plate weighing I rights, it was not the vital question it is at present. "And what is the
have ever raised,and in its ruins extinguishing two hundred and thirty pounds British weight every reason to anticipate a large influx of population execution of tais fugitive*
; It was not a contingency, on which one believed law which we are gravely told the
the last of for any upon
hope humanity
Keif-government. and containing 91 per cent of pure silver. The next fall and winter, and we hope the emigrants aell
life and death to this Union and
that the of the Union
Permit me to cay, that this Government has subject is taken from the early chronicles of destiny hung-tha.t on will find ample stores provisions to supplythe not every body know that Goveret amounts
cost Boston too much to be hazarded the selection the Doc b.
; for might depend solution of the
slight great
the when the Sclavonic
country, race were just demand, notwithstanding the unprecedented thing practically? Does it not cost a good,deal
". nnd trivial causes. Some of the patriots'of the emerging from the yoke of the Mongol Tartars. problem, whether or not we could remain united as more than it comes to for an owner of abseooi'
which disastrous to the
drought was so early corn a
Revolution .still. linger among yon, and the Demetrius, the Grand Duke,.sore wounded bya one people. Yet, in our humble judgement, this ing chattel to repossess himself theref Do.

monumental pillar or your grateful recollection Tartar axe, is reclining under a pine tree.- may now be the case. The South is now in a minority crop. the fugitives ny in drove to it
of the heroes who fell at Bunker Hill, His faithful steed stands near and the Indeed did not Mr. Speaker Cobb app
> would seem to be a mockery, if their eons prince is attended two faithful in both Houses of Congress: The conservative VEGETABLE CURIOSITY.We hero in New York, hi effect that it wa only tht
by one or adhe
could so soon forget that this Constitution cost rents. But a of hope approaches control which, until lately, she held over the have received from ALBERT G. PHILIPS. name of the thing that they were and act U
the heart's blood of their Senate runaways themselves that they expected to get
sires. was destroyed by the fraudulent admission
and informing him that the Russian arms have Esq., and have now at our office, a vegetable curiosity And did they not get that in the -
That your citizens have acted wisely and of Califrw _01 M ooiaM yr.nmgs-UllS destruction passage U
o patriotically been at length victorious, at once restores him such as we h..vo not met with before. It is law ? Don't the South understand that they
in sustaining: the law, I cannot doubt. to life and of the balance between the sections-which e\
.. vigor. This is the moment chosen an onion, or rather a dozen onions,growing compacted get their escaped slaves, no matter how many las
Their conduct has been governed by the high by the artist, and few things are finer than the Mr. Calhou predicted, must sooner or later bring ore crowded upon the statute book, or erammei
j est sense of moral and political obligation and together, and all from one seed, and a most down the unwilling throats of the
1 ; manner in which be makes the inanimate metal about a dissolution! of the Union, was accomplished, North ? Aru
- for this noble example feel constrained, as the tell the story. The figures are full of nature and those who prolific ono it must have been. The onions are of the flying blacks slid along to Canada, I,
I rejoiced over, by
: now modestly
Chief.Magistrate, whose especial duty it is to and motion, and vitality. The pain- style fair average size. We take this occasion to remark and otherwise kept out of the reach of their m
themselves, excellence, the "Union Party and ters? Was the Union
par ,
1 see that tha laws are faithfully executed to dissolved
ptrlcken featnres of the Prince, across which that if a little more antention was paid to horticulture bu S
return the citizens of Boston our Uowtitutional rights were bartered W or would it have
by :
my warmest acknowledgements I the first faint ray of hope is just brightening, away our market might be plentifully supplied withevery resue ha e
rvscvo w M*I 4b
/ <
I <
and "Comt 0001 gfl
should the llltional" !
have Tho
I been most and the pleasureful look of the party North, then, eAr o
eager messenger description vegetables, and at a good profit Southern scoriae ttamA
II happy to have done this in person,were it consistent of glad tidings, are most admirably render. has the control of both branches of Congre.f-let it to the producers. Our town and neighborhood 'Un'on' throats in various lattudes belche

I with my official engagements to leave ed. The horse is a true steed of the Caucasus; now havo the Executive Government also, and what would have had the same te.
this will be filled with next winter and rt a-l
I city. strangers our is
f perfect in points and contour-a natural, thoroughbred will be our position? It is not difficult to foresee no compliment tha friends
: i With many thanks to you, and through you different from the resident population is rapidly on the increase, so South and the pay their Southern o'
horse-very monstrosities -i that we shall be in the of the br II
; ; to the citizens completely power when the shadow
of Boston, for this kind invitation we are accustomed to see mountedon that an excellent market will soon be opened to they say othig I
i I have I and avowed enemies, whose of I that they are content with mtses te.
open course
,1 I the honor to be friend and aggression
: your pedestals. The pine-tree is perfect type of those who might turn their attention to raising vegetables. C
; of the 'Wfliaot,
fellow-citizen and gress though
insult has alienated of the they
f- I the Russian comiferd; one almost shivers to a large portion : We hope they will avail themselves of very cannot so into New Mexico kno cae.l
i 1 MILLARD FILLMORE. look at it and all the minor details I Southern people from the Union, and brought the o Ut
; armor costume it, and thereby contribute to the attractiveness of they are satisfied with a show of execution

i ; Here we have the President of the United and weapons, show equal aristic skill! and Union itself into its present jeopardy: Out position 1 the town for strangers and to thehealth of our population the fugitive slave law though it doc not secure lb I

: States excusing the sympathies of the people of beauty of workmanship. This group is the will be neither more nor less than that of a dependent as well as to their own pecuniary return ota single slave, only at a cost olmort
\ ; I Boston in favor slaves and work ofM. F. Sazikoff, a Luscow silversmith. profit.- troublc"ant expense than he is worth i
escaped speaking province, governed by a foreign power, in Our neighbor, the ancient city, is far ahead of us intimation .Ad i..
)J'' I ; of Slavery itself as an "evil" of which it is the The lovers of high art will be gratified by an which we shall have a nominal representation. To i Southern tha cu
; of the Southern inspection of the series of allegorical medallions in the vegetable line, but we hope shortly to imitate people destitute of comm
duty people to rid themselves ?_
avoid this their
condition of they belief
things-to ward off that
; as longas they
! in due time Nay more he thanks the people contributed by CouutTolstoi,an amateur her good example. with dissolve the Union if td
; ; Boston because they did not trample the artist. They are intended to symbolise the possible, the catastrophe which must succeed cease to adorn thd wall where thee the phantoms II] .

J i i Constitution and the laws under foot, and withhold stirring events of 1812-14, and are most admirably the absorption of the whole power of the Government ENGRAVING OF ASJIIXGTOX.We been placed, to delight while they mock them."ueknow .hf.

I i i from a Southern man his property by executed We understand that Prince by one section-to preserve even the semb- have received from tho publisher a of well enough that'the
copy anho
- I- force! IDoes Albert honored them with a close and protracted blance equality between the sections-the South are not content with the present state

i.; a citizen of this country deserve credit inspection, and was warm in his com must secure the control of at least one branch of this splendid engraving from the celebrated painting regards" cither the territories or the th. ,
; I and consideration because he refrains from mendation. There are also some bassi-relievi by Stuart. It will be seen by the advertisement If the South were in earnest rnaway tiffwould
, General Government
committing the crime of treason? Mr. Fillmore in galverno-plastic by the same artist and the or she is utterly unpro of Mr. Taylor that it is sent, free of postage, I return attempt dissolution if the North would s<*

I seems to think so. The President of the model of a pair of magnificent gilt bronze tected. She must secure the election of a Chief at the low price of one dollar. It is a beautiful I now, they fugttC then they would attempt I

United States declares slavery to be "evil" and gates, which he constructed for the church of Magistrate from among those who will maintainher work of attempted it long ago,for&
a I an art, and apart from the sucject,remarkably North docs not and will not return They
t steps beyond the limits of his duty by expres- St. Saviour's' at Moscow, the originals of whichare rights, and not from the traitors, no matter i cheap. It may be seen at our office by those wishing hide them and they send them to them

\ sing the "hope" and the "trust" that the people thirt.yfeet high. We must net forgetan where born,' or by what party designation' they I to mite for South and the whole South sees it Cana boW&n tt

of the South will: in due time, abolish this ebony casket, 'quaintly ornamented on the may be known, who would sell her "for a mess of copies. The fact that creatures of the Feer
"evil." We regard this letter as most significant lid and sides with bunches of fruit and flowers pottage." now and then nab and deliver runaway 11hf

t and extraordinary. This cant about the which are represented with wonderful fidelity San Francisco Again in Athes. the South an excellent pretext

; "evils" of Slavery has at length reached the to nature in various sorts of precious stones.- Our Whig neighbor is liberal enough to promisehis Tho Alta California of the 4th of may thus an- faction, and for an extra threat and threat O1W

Executive Chair of the United States, and this Grapes of Siberian amethyst and cherries support to a candidate of any party-even a nounces the great conflagration in that city: they been would found."have done if such creatures'h.;

letter compliments to a notorious Abolition of cornclion are encircled by leaves of jasper, Democrat-if ho will only say he is"a good Union
beautifully selected that the The smoke and flames are ascending from Here we arc told that the North docs not at I
City has been made the medium for conveying so green leaf man. lie would ask no further questions. If a several
squares of our city, as if the God of Destruction wl not return our fugitives. We are to be comfort I
fades toward the edge
the whole as gradually
it to We as we see it ;
i country.
say cant-aye, satisfactory answer to this simple interrogatory will had seated himself in our midst and was by the shadow and not the substance of tbin&and
do in Then gorging
autumn. there
I hypocrisy, PAam m-that spirit which is to are pears of agate suffice to qualify a candidate for the Presidency, himself and all his ministers devastation the a mere show of the execution the fagiut*

pure itself that it can perceive all kinds of sins and plums of onyx,with currants of white and there need be no scarcity of them. Seward himself ruins of our doomed city and its people., About upon 11 slave law is to sf.u o _* t

and moral blemishes in others, and which red cornelian, through which you can see the o'clock last night the cry of'fire'startled every one. The Tribune right hand organ'of SewirA-
'I thanks God that it is "not as other men are"- seeds, and the rinds of which are reticulated as may be put at the very head of the list of like an earthquake. The fire had just commenced and the doctrines Seward 4 controlling in Nii

; that spirit now speaks from the seat of Washington on the fruit. We were informed that this perfection "good Union men." He thinks any man insane in a paint shop on the West side of Portsmouth York, Massachusetts, 'Ohio and Pennsylvania

r is produced at a tremendous expense of who ever thinks. of a dissolution of the Union, and square, adjoining the Bryant House, as formerly And these doctrines continue to previ how IOB| a

i Mr, Fillmore: is the choice of the Raleigh meterial, large lumps of the stone being broken he can carry tbe State of New York easily on the called but, but more recently blaze the American Hotel. It i it supposed before even the i withdn
was a when it is
slight first seen, but in thought that all
Register for the next eridency of the United up to find the proper pieces. There are also "Union ticket. This is some capital to start with. minutes the whole upper story was full of flames.five ei.lce been false clamor. wk. ,

-1 States. Will that paper tell its readers and some mosaic tables and several handsome :How will he do for "a Constitutional Union" can. Before the engines could get upon the ground.and these crumbs comfort are taken Ad,

tell us, what right Mr. Fillmore has, as Presi stoves. One English cbimney-pieco has also didate? Sumner, of Massachusetts, is red-hot forth commenced playing, the American House on one look for a bolder stroke than has heretofore J
J.' dent of the United States. to express the opine been sent over, in which wo do not know which Union side, and a store, occupied by Messrs. Rhodes as a made. It will then be seen whether the Sonth'1act ]
John Van
r' i ion that Slavery is an 'evil Tl Is he not. in most to admire, the manufacturer's skill and -so are Buren, Fred.Douglas furnishing establishment, were in flames. The efficiety. and in our opinion, those who

;, i BO doing, throwing the moral power of his high taste or his ignorance of the beautifying prop- Hamilton Fish, .Wade and Giddings, of Ohio, buildings in the vicinity, being all of wood, and eJ:- hav whirlwind will find i dca i.w

I position against it, and giving aid and encouragement crties of English coaL The whole back of the Ac.: Every man of them will dio for the Union, I towards combustible Saoiamento, the fire spread up Clay street, back impossible to direct the storm. .

j.. I to those fanatics who brand Slavery gate is, splendidly gilt, and burnished. 'We and of course are very proper candidates for the with frightful down Clay towards Kear Senator '

j 1 as a tin and a crime 7 wonder how it would look after the first week Presidency. ney It soon had fall command rapidity. Swa'aue |toe Vainr- 4",
and the
fire We have
:, I in October spent in active service service in We coincide with ment could work depart copied from Mr v
only, the
our neighbor in upon bor-dercand Swar's'\vara
one thing endeavor letters! and
!:___, Important Historical London. There are also semi splended diamonds We- to check its progress by anticipating it. speehe as they
Disclosure. the too, want a Union candidate for the Presidency In this pie evidence the high appr
in Russian but
consignment, theyare they succeeded on the north side before it l
. ".. We observe that several papers have attached as yet tightly screwed downand impervous but probably very different sort eta Union Dupont street, but in every other direction in reached which values the Union as any that Las bOnmUci

:( the importance of republication to the story of to the eyes of the curious. from the one that would satisfy him. We wouldbe it could spread it,took its own eOUl'BeThore was by the original friends of the Coapro aat,* IidU

General that Foote, lately published in the Intelli .. satisfied with nothing less than a Union of equality little.chance to,save much of the moveablea.. To We add the following remarks of his at H fellsville -
gencer, Mr. Calhoun had prepared a constitution the south it spread to Bosh the
street, and to the on Erie railroad
between the North east daring the
and South-a ,
for a Southern confederacy. The Gross Outrage-.President FUlnore. the Union in part of Jackson street, sweeping everything from progress of the Presidential 1

'J. Eicbmond, Whig thinks that the plan of Mr. Our "Union-loving" President has lately re- which the rights of both sections should be secured, east of Dupont street to tho wharves.' The blocks mony of the of that coterie road the. .""

Calhoun must be known to' some prominent moved an aged and respectable widow lady and no other Union can last Those who advocatea between Dupont >*nd"Kearney: streets, :west of len celebraton : *

man or men, and wishes it revealed. Mrs. Dickinson, 'Who had been appointed by, Union based on'justice and equality, as the PourUmoath square, as for as Bush street, three in have no le1en to ver glad .toseiyos. fc
We don't know of three ouly number, are in ashes. ,Between Bush and Jackson am not a man ef t
any persons whose General Jackson to take charge of the Union that can be cret sentiments.
post of permanent, and who are and Kearney and Montgomery streets i I have no thoughts
pre five in
sayings or speculations about Mr. Calhoun are flee at Lancaster, P. She conducted it to the pared to resist any'other,are the true Union' ber, aro all burned down., Between Montgomery null 1 affairs'that I have not freely discussed upon v&p1lio
of less than men;
"I. consequence those of Mr. Foote satisfaction of every body.; But after office and Sansome, Bosh and Jackson and with
because there is no other under heaven streets five squares you, every one' who"has wished J
and of the way to
Intelligencer and Whig. hours and over her tea the old pro- in number all
'-. lady wo ld talk I are down. Uesidos these know 'them. I have no reserved
All of them now have reason to know the con- democracy, and praise Jefferson and Jackson, servo a Union. But' those who 'would, 'Comprmise" 1. thirteen blocks, almost every building of which is [applause and I have priaciple

tempt in which he finally held them. and Simon Snyder; so our magnanimous Presi. away the.very basis on which alone a solid destroyed, there are many others. you what we have been only a .moment, to,

. The story that Mr. Calhoun had prepared a dent removed her and appointed-whom? ,A Union must rest, are, in our humble opinion-no It is impossible to oven guess at the number of the wedding doing. I have b
:' constitution for a Southern buildings or the amount of property destroyed. ,A gentlemen, to. the great
confederacy is simply notorious abolitionist, George W. Hammersly matter how honest their intentions-"Disunionists." thousand in we
ridiculous. 'We know that not three months editor of,the Lancaster Union. The >,> We do not'utter'thia in buildings is within the bounds of truth, whicbthertr waterotLkeEren'
following offensive and
wo Judge,
any 910,000,000
sense, or could not ,
before replace the
his death he
..- .._J I.- between the, North expected that the contro is an extract'from an article in his hop the intention :of.,'arraigning the motives of those tearible destruction. Some place it. twice or three hoary Alleghanies gave 1 away ;the groom. !
and the
would leg that no man in Pennsylvania could be times aa high. It is sufficient bridijwj
who differ to that the
may with ,
be ; us in say more .
settled on opinion, but from solemn Susquehanna the
terms &
with -
compatible the honor found to accept the office of Commissioner than three-fourths of the business of the Delaware
of the latter-the lint of 36.30 at least-and: to execute the fugitive slave law: '. conviction of its troth. It is not our[intention is nothing but smouldering cinder*.. city. The wer bridesnuJiw--

-Ed' r hence he Lad.no motive,to prepare the form ota "1r nny man_ should be so_ ,low, he. should" .be to imitate:the:example:6f those :of our.opponents The principal buildings<< destroyed are the following -; York ring-an was iron the ring gift of,the mecum&of 5**
constitution for_the South. Nor hooted who;denounce' to wit: The 'Custom-House Union 'woven
was he the and scorned by eTeryjnan woman and as "traitors and diau lonists",all Hotel forged and
nan to anticipate such an event in that'way.- child in the It, who differ with Parker; House Jones' Hotel Adelphi Theatre: manufactured and brought tog d*
would them
country. be honorable ;
mor opinion, as to the Dramatic er here Allen.
1 : He could have written such an-instrument at associate means of Museum, ,National Botel'New World by Alexander If'you wan1.f!

I toy time in week, and hence was the last man thief We observed with; a common hangman or accomplishing the end which it is hoped all have, City. Hotel, Delmonico Merchants' Exchange, ''Ic the ring, look under these whe. ? .
man named Post-office
: : to anticipate its preparation ena for i it in Dugein hat M'Allister in view-the preservation' of our Union, or :at all Harrison Building, the ships Niantlo and general 'Gentlee there were;&. biwwhojhad .,
year.; and
- county accepted the office andS events the eve1'Dow paperomco'except the ,
preservation of oar rights and liberties. Alt protectedagainse the bann. ,:tooK
.'.. ( Nearly or quite all the banks are though their absence was' .grteable"V 0 "'**-

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keir prtteacairould have been agreeable to me! 'Eadr.2' sIIdaJ. 'c I--: : arfnitrIaI! i ftt.i xli." -: .. :' 'NOTICE. TO' 'PASSENGERSON : :

Kane of the -- -- ... ...
the Syracmse.convention for the dluti01l'ctJ In the ease heard.before Judge. ,
bne was the Union, and the otter was the United States'District Court,on Friday last,1D PORT Uf JACKSONVILLE JULY 5. JOBPINflNGQFF1CE() I

oath Carolina convention for secession. .Nevrtaeless which the Captain and two of the seamen were .. "" >,> '. s=l\ _

it h LoPed and belie'tedby"wise menbat the opposing parties, there was an incident:in V#" io- .'. .
which excited a feeling The U.S.MIISteiiner8tMattbewssrriyes; HAVTXG received from"New'York a supply of i
will impress all men the hearing of the cause, '
this ceremony upon and after the"lOth! "
conviction that the integrity of this Union orfit Llal'ectimain the heart of every one Jacksonville: ererjr Sunday,from SaT un h',' Type and"other materials suitable.for,Job Printing, of the day.of Jund.lb -' 1'-
be : departure
beyond the reach'of envy,malice,and all un- present/and proved that the early culture of the and leaves' every' Tuesday..' we are now prepared= to execute:: ,. at the shortest no- steam'packetMAGNOLIA
haritableness.Genllemen i i moral principles,by a motherIrt the habits of U.. S.' Mall Steamer.Magnolia arrives every tie., all k1Dd.or \ I

'- IslttnU try to say more, the her offspring is never lost npon the recipient.A Wednesday, from Savannah, and. leaves Pamphlets ,
P. Mc.'iELTY
the stand to testify every Friday. 'I ,
cerorable priest wh'o' conducts this ceremony.Poald small lad was called on Law Blanks, hand Bills, .
cat me short with his shrill voice. So I in the ease. He had been a'hand on',board Ste3nfttWetAk&irrite5oa' Thursday,''from:i : Business Cards, Show Bills, From Savannah to Palatka.,will be TUESDAY. .

kast bid farewell. God bless you." the barque Conrad,'while at Pernambnco and Savannah, and leave* on Saturday:,+ 'z Visiting Cards, Bill .f Lading, arriving SATURDAY, connecting with the
I His love for the dniori bteakes out here plajiaic wcs present daring the controversy :"between' Steamer. Sarah'"Spaldlng!leaves ,for. Lake i Labels lie., Itc., Itc. Steam Ships "

lly,and extends to "both extremes." lie the Captain and crew. The shaggy appearance Mnnroe, on Monday,, and'returns oa Thursday j j 1I7AIl/iilLifor nr1- oft!;'Hnd,to'le paid on FLORIDA AND AI BAMA,

irks the ceremony will produce the':COoTieOD of his head, and the bronzed, character of bis !ery. !llDe U. For New York.: She will continue to leave'on-

that the integrity of this Union is beyond face and neck, from exposure of a Southern Tattt from the Records of the Custom House. To Post'Masters Tuesdays throughout the year, .
Post Office
lie reach ot envy, malice, and all uncharitable- sun, at first sight, would seem ty indicate carelessness -* *
Entered. Carrying the United States Mail
less.7 Have: those who opposed some of the and neglect ; underneath that long Stamps. ,I

Compromise laws," because they did not spe- and matted hair, the fire of intelligence gleam Jane 25. -Seh Abdel Kader,Pearce,N.Y. THE undersigned Postmaster at Pleasant Grove, For Freight Etgagementsor Passage,'having ..

Ificilly and in express terms, deny the conti- ed from a pair of small and restless eyes which July 4.-Sch Mary Ann, Gattis, Indian Hirer.Cleared. y Co., Maryland was the first person superior accommodations. State Booms,' &Cu.,,.

btiooal rights of the South, become satisfied could not be mistaken. The counsel for the in the U. S. who conceived and undertook' extenlIivel.topablish -' apply to the Captain on board,or to "' tr.. ..
the idea of :
lith their practical results? Is the effectual Captain from the extreme youth of the lad June 21--Sch Cherokee, Corson, New York. Sees with cheap,stamps. AU stamps supplying made an'poet him 0( .FERNANDEZ BISBEE & CO., .; ,. ,

clusian of negro slaves from oar territory, doubted whether he understood the obligationof 24.-Sch Joseph Marah, Rodgers, N. Y. are warren ted equal or superior to any other by that Agents at Jacksonville, or to *

ader.the threat of Mexican law, now regarded the oath he was about to take, and with a 26 SO.-SchKaloolah:-Sch Athos Robinson Philadelphia. can be procured at the same price, and whenever AL A. COHEN, .,; "

j them as an equivrlcnt for the Wilmot IInd view to test his knowledge,asked leave to interrogate GlazierHarpswell, Me. any are sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory Agent at Savannah. .

L... are the difficulties and cost of obtaining him. This was granted and the follow duplicates shall be forwarded, on notice with Savannah, June 3, 1321.fjThis .

,., .. fee delirery of a fugitive slave,arising from the ing colloquy took place: ."otice.TO out charge. All who order a set of straps WITH Steamer will leave Jacksonville for"
liinic faith of their State government and reoe Counsel-"My lad, do understand the CHANGE FOR DATES, at Two Dollars only (for Savannah
t'; you FRIDAY >
THE CITIZENS OF JACKSONVILLE,AND thirty pieces)-shall be kept in stamps adlibitnm.Address every at 7 o
? -' saffijient satisfy their demands: without obligation: of an oath T ABOUT TUB ST. JOHN'S RIVER. "Post Master, Pleasant.oro e, AUega- clock, until farther notice.June .
k Listing on a formal repeal of the law We Boy_"Yes sir, J do." THE ny Co. Md." 7. tf
l bbt it not, and that it is becomiug the prevafnt Counsel-"Whatis that obligation." offers his Any editor publishing the above(and this notice)

4: opinion with the Northern opponents ore&lCompromiseP Boy-uTo speak the truth and keep nothing .services to the public in gen- 3 times, and sending a copy of paper, shall receive

[!iif" But then it is necessary to hid" 0 eral, together with his vessel, the pay in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amount Masonry, Bricklaying, Ac.

leep up an apparent antagonism in order that Counsel-"Where did you learn this my Schooner MARY, to carry freightor of the Bill is ordered;-or, if preferred, a wood engraving

line practical results my be continued, and lad" passengers to any place or places along the St. will be furnished,to order, or, an.engravednewspaper ,, ,Thebaut & Crosby 'Ie .
head, ami of the l of fire
1'it, e South quietel.-Southern Press. Boy-"From my MOTHER, sir7, replied the John's and Nassau ri era.' Also the, following places Dollars. design June r 14 o, 1851. TAKE this method Informing the Public that
' required,to wit: St Mary's St. Augustine, are to '
;" lad with a look of pride which showed how prepared execute all kinds of Masonry

. Female Co&tame. much be esteemed the early moral principles Savannah' be carried., and Charleston, on as reasonable terms NEW CLOTHING STORE. Bricklaying, Plastering, ic, in a good and
Tbe New as can workmanlike
.fa 4: Mrs. G. 0. Smith delivered a lecture in New implanted in his breast by her, to whom was JOHN THOMPSON. J MODE. Agent. has opened new CLOTHING the Public as manner.competent They mechanics are well, and known reference to

committed nis physical and moral existence. Jacksonville, July, 185L tf AND DRY GOODS STORE, on Bay street, is given to work already executed in Jacksonville
... ork. on the evening of the 5th lust, on dress How truly has it been said, 'that bread cast one door East of Mr. J. Finnegan's, and respectfully and its vicinity. The experience they have had in

nd its relations,both hygienic and social, with upon the waters,will return after many days!" A GREAT NATIONAL WORK! invites the citizens of Jacksonville and the the erection of Sugar Boiler Furnaces, will recom-
Pi.It., surrounding country to come and see for them.selves. mend them to the .
eterence to the present and future fashions.: This answer caused a thrill of joy to animatethe You will planters cf Florida.OF
positively buy your goods in this : All orders from the interior
'FiL 'e find the following report of it in the HerU bosoms of the auditory, and every face was WASHING TO N! new store cheaper than ever you did In Jacksonsonvflle and punctually attended to. Tfieir thanfully charges received

.- lighted np with satisfaction. The lad was instantly FROM STUART'S MOST CELEBRATED before. J. MODE. will always be moderate. .
of that city:
" admitted PAINTING. June 14 1851. 6m
to testify. Jacksonville, Jane, 1851. ]j
tt Mrs. S'nlth, after miVing some preliminary large and magnificent FULL LENGTH POR-.

. mUD, said that: ladies should, at least, con THIS OF WASHINGTON, from the burin Thirty Dollars Reward.
'J.t" alt their comfort and health-that one cannot FisU with a Boll la E &IaDd. fan American artist, is considered by all who Masonry, Bricklaying, Plaster.

"Ji list without the other-but at present wonnn The Gazette, published at Devises, in Eng have seen it, to be one of the most beautiful specimens RANAWAY from the subscriber, lug, &c. ,

t., as the creature of ennshine. and she Mcri- land, gives the following interesting; and exciting of art ever published, and a correct likeness K siding in Orange county, Fla, on the THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of

U. cell all to prevailing fashions:and conventional account of a fight with a mad bull which of W bington. The size of the plate is 18 by 28 26th May last, a negro man named JOHN, the public that he is ready to
for whom the above reward win be
t ii rms. We understood her then to say, that recently came off near that place. Montes inches, which will make a handsome picture for the given, do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, Stucco
delivered to me in St. Augustine, or secured in
b,,tf here was philosophy in tIre s as in all other himself, the great Spanish bull-fighter, would parlor citizen.It and. should be in the hands of erery American my jail where I may get him. John is black, about Work, &C., &c. He will furnish plans and:

:'';, hings; and that should be observed that the h-ve applauded the game and spunk of a little is a correct copy from Stuart's celebrated ori- 5 feet 9incheshigh, 30 years of age and limps drawings, when desired by persons for whomhe

Ircss tow coming into use wa adapted to all old man of seventy, in a pitched battle with Final Painting, now at the State House, Hartford, a little in his gait. He probably try to reach is engaged to execute wot k, without extra.
' : iuds of weather, and it was especially adapted such an animal. Here is the story t Conn. Savannah. DOUGLAS DUMMETT.June charge. He is well known to the citizens of

t o out-door purposes ; but, said she, let my A named Jeffries in the of It is finely engraved. and printed on superior 21. tf Jacksonville as a competent mechanic,*and f
man employ a
sisters, by all means,preserve the long robe for plate paper. That it may be within the means of work he has performed already for citizens
,(' rlor purposes; for the sake, however, of their man named: Glass, was recently lending home a all, the publisher has reduced the price to ONE A New VOLUME AND CHEAP POSTAGE. of the place, he refers to as an additional evidence
11 bull belonging to his master from Devizes-green
....... :om fort, anl for the sake cf humanity, let them DOLLAR.All GRA HAM'SAmerican of his qualifications.
. fair when the animal suddenly attacked the : persons remitting the amount, may rey -
dopt the new style.In mans knocked him to the ground and then,goring upon receiving a perfect copy by return of mail, ltIngazide.XTE J:7: Casts and Moulds for Ornamental plastering .
articles of dress, it is time tint women him with great force, threw him against to any part of the United States, (carefully put up monthly also famished. JOHN IYERS.

I' boald begin to disenthral themselves from the hedge. The animal retreated a little, and on rollers made for the purpose,) free of postage. who N.B.-To Planters he would say he has much
? customs and think for themslvcs at Address all orders, ( to the Publisher congratulate our receive -
rnjir post ) ,
then rushed at him with redoubled force. It experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries and
t'V their books mail the
&rticlesof dreazil consult theiro\\"n JOHN S. TAYLOR by upon
.; "List in also in its tore the hedge for several solicits work in that line,)confident that he can
rage up Bookseller in the
and Publisher rates
,f' omfort anl happiness and, I may say. the ,143Nassau-sL, N.Y. change postage upon periodicals.
yards neir. This was witnessed by a little 5. give the amplest satisfaction. Charges modernate. -
; of those who come after them July After the first of July the postage on Graham's
", appiness may the children Buckland the J. L
re' girl, one of gatekeeper Magazine will be butCENTS I
) should fur the be
J! ten though they present, who immediately told him of the cir Floats. | Jacksonville May 3l, IS51. ly
oeered at by the press. The costume now 2>sC UNDER 500 MILES.
cumstance. ucbland who is a little old man
' UNDERSIGNED, the of Hon.
- ing intro-Ineed is al-iptcd: to our institutions.Why THE as Agent :3 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES.We Administration Notice.
1&' C nearly seventy years of age saw: the perilous L. YULEE, offers for sale
J) shoald we, said: Mrs. :Smith, care for .
situation of poor Jeffries, seized an unwieldy Fire Thousand Five Hundred look for increased IS HEREBY GIVEN. That sir:
hat is in proSijrite courts? We should and Fifty Acres of very confidently a greatly NOTICE
rough{'ioce of iron bar and went to the rescue. LAND circulation through the mail at these from the date hereof T shall apply
and whit will ,
what la
cck for
11 : : healthful con- On his arrival the bull was in the act making to Fonorable Judge of Probate( Da-
rates and trust that old friends the Post .
it. We in fractions of 40 80 160 be our ,
rbate to oar comfort, nnd adopt the or acres; to located on Administration
for Letters
rush Jeffries and in moment Buck- val County of A<< on
another at a ,
I.i lufhtcrs of this Republic: why should we bee any of the public lands in the State Florida,sub- Masters, will oblige ns in making the fact
-- land struck it on the horn with the iron bar.- the Estate of John Bearden,late'otmd county;
in their
slaves of fashions ? ject to entry at the Land Office. available respective post-towns.
I'i foreign [Applause.] h
't, The bull immediately left Jeffries and ran at JOSEPH FrnEG: 'i. With the next number of Graham17 we commence deceased. ELIJAH PETTY.
rti et us caie: near to something that:: will coctri- BucUan I, but the old man beat it off. It retreated Jacksonville,June 28, 1851. tf a new volume, this number being the May 31, 1851. 6w
It would
ute to oar comfort anl health. be
11. a little, tore the ground, roared! like aroaring ant of volume thirty-eight of the work. The
arioas (siLl she) investigate the laws which Notice is Hereby Given Administration
::4- lion, and again ran at the old man; cur continued, and still increasing support of #
I, are precluded women from assuming the and again and ngiin: the old man repelled the rpHAT application will be made to the Judge of the'American public to this Magazine, encourages NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Six j''
anly costume, Lat perhaps: it would be found the and X the Eastern Circuit of Florida, by the petition .
attack. For full ten minutes: bull ns to renewed efforts to make this favorite from e date hereof, I hall ap.f
arise from the different organization of the Buckland were thus engaged, and Bu k1abd'a of John Thompson and Harriet his wife, on the monthly in all respects worthy of its reputation ply to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Days '
q its. Here she admitted that there shouldIwaje' 28th day of July next, at 10 a. m., at his Cham "-1"
lif in momentary Hanger. At last the bull retreated of being county for Letters of Administration-tli*. ;
St. for to
bers at Augustine, sell all the .
authority :
dtsttacttveciaracter in thc w- .
be '
:j' a to a somewhat greater distance, which right title and interest of their infant children in The Organ of American Talent. tate Charles S. Smith, late of said county- ,' .

.... ame of the sexes. enabled Buckland to get into the garden adjoining and to a certain Lot of Land, situated in said deceased, CHARLES' SUMMERS. :, ", 1.
She then went on to describe the various of Mr. Palmer and The new volume will embrace the Writingsofmostof May 24 18)1.) *
1l' the residence soon county of Duval, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to 6v :
'whions different ages, and their inconveui- after the bull ran back into the fair. The old Charles Wflley, in trust, &c.GEORGE. the authors of established reputation :. ;

.. Dee and danger to health. But you,said she man's hand was sadly torn from the quick use R. FAIRBANKS, who haTe uniformly 'contributed to itspages '

It, Jdressing herself to the ladies, have no right of the iron but that was the only injury he re- June 28,1851. 4t Att'y for Petitioners.Administrator's and while new names will continue to be : dmlnistratolotlc *

3 destroy God's handiwork.! It wS:1 duty ceived. Jeffr'es, was of course from the very added to the already long list of favorites, a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That sir ,
her owed not only to themselves, but to their rendered Streaming with Notice. greatly increased qnantity ot reading will be from date, I shall apply to tbd
first powerless.
;, cxtenty, to adopt whatever gave the freest head to foot his NOTICE IS HEREBY .GIVEN, That four given. la the July number shall commence Hon.Judge of Probate of Duval county, for a
bruised from thigh
... from date I shall to the Hon.
Action to their limbj. As yet we are the slaves apply THE OCEAN BORN final discharge from the Administrati of th
and of his ribs broken
I. dreadfully lacerated, one Charles F. Fiteh tt,Judge of Probate of Alachua ,
Estate of Solomon
which in late
f fashion and Custom was some Huffingham of 1aicI.
crawl to Buckland's cot- A
,he to county, for an Order to sell the real estate belong-
tf Duval deceased.
milliners and tai- county
a't aexsure to be attributed to tage while Buckland himself was engaged with jag to the estate of Thomas Clary, deceased, to pay A powerful sea story, from the pen of S.A. -
: !, ors. We must,said she, have a dress eisy of the )bull. Bat during the whole of the ten the debts of said estate, and to make distribution Godman, :Esq., of South Carolina. WM. B. ROSS, Adm'r.May f
, t idjastment. Such a one as a lady can put on the heirs of said deceased. 10, 1851. 6mxecaior '
,f minutes that Buckland's life was so periled, G. P. R.James will continue his contribu- .
in the assistance of her neiphx GEORGE KIDDLE Adm'r.June .
rithovt -
l1'o' calling ,
men-stout able-bodied men-stood coolly tions and will furnish during the next six -'
>> % Notice
. ) Mrs. Smith then recommended the 28, 18SL 4t
cowardly looking on from the adjoining fields months,a novel of some length,written expressly -
and Turkish but not IS HEREBY GIVEN That sir
hat so
French trowsers
, and gardens,notwithstanding they Were armed ICE! ICE for Graham's Magazine.A NOTICE ,
;t siortaato transform into figurante. from date, I shall apply td the
'1tII [) this robe a Grecian jicket which be with pitch-forks spades, and other implements THE SUBSCRIBER possesses a Receipt to ena- Series of Splendid Illuet rations Hon.Judge of Probate of Dnval 0 for* '
rer may county, 'i
with which they had been at work, and with to make Ice, in any climate, .
any person in the hands of artists which will final from thd '
of Administration
apted to the taste ani weaith the wearer. The are now oar discharge of the
which could in one minute have beaten: offthe with but little expense or process is '
, Sack a dress would give grace and elegance to buU.they They did cry *-rnn, run!" and if the simple, and can be accomplished by the most lime snrpass any thing to. ha found elsewhere in Estate of John Yeomans, late of said county of ._

"'d he person, &nc. she who wears it would walk able to and bad followed ited understanding, so as to produce from even Monihly Magazines. No expense will be spared .- Duval, deceased. II
.. rith more ease and breathe freer. Public old man was even his life would run have, paid the for- warm water,in the hottest climate, a pure ice, equalin to meet the largest expectations of the public WM. B. ROSS, Ex'r. .

pinion was in favor of it, and they shouldke their adfice, every essential to that formed by natural causes. in this department of'Graham." May 10,1851. 6m
.. & adnntage of it. Mrs. Smith was loudly (eit. A young farmer,too, rode np to the gate The[ luxury always having at one'.. will, in the OUR PARIS FASHIONSwe
.. daring the attack. With tears and entreaties and delicious ice will read
several beat ofaummer, a pure ,
" ippUuded durin the delivery passages him to assist her shall continue to furnish iii addition to Dissolution and Formation of
' .. admirable\ the wife of Backland urged l- be conceded ; and its advantages, in cases of ,
. other dress. husband, but the young farmer quickly rode sickness, cannot be too greatly prized. By this cither highly finished engravings, from the Copartnership.

. down the bye.lane adjoining the gate, and same process warm water can be rendered delight. hands of the very best artists. ,
; VIse .a Lawyers bull oily cold in about 5 minutes, and ice creams, with C partnreship heretofore existing nn- .
sheltered himself until the was THE
gone. All Post Masters and Editors are authorized
Mr. Wise, in some remarks submitted to the many other luxuries, can be made in from 10 to 20 the firm of CURETON, TITUS &
to act :an agents-to whom specimen copies
A minutes. HARRIS
is this day dissolved by mutual
. Virginia ConTention, a few days tince, thus The Exhibition American Warn. The (following notice of this great discovery is will be furnished, desired. sent.

i'., lUlled to that class ot the community known The London Punch having been quite satirical in taken from the New York Sun: TERMS: I CURETON, TITUS &; HARRIS.

is remarks about the American contributions to "A Real Luxury.-Dr. James R. Wilmington : Jacksonville Dec.20th 185().
1-J. lawyers: u $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5; 5 copies for (jan4)
the Great Exhibition in Hy36 Park the New York produces,by an artificial process pure and solid ice,
lam to conclude I very apt $10 It copies for $20. For $10 we will Bend
am :
. going soon. Courier significantly asks that paper, "did from warm water, in the heat or summer, in less
p talk by fits and starts ; the gentleman from Sunday not remember that when your countrymen ban half an hour. And he can render a barrel of the Magazine for :3 years to one person. The business heretofore condcuted by; the

lichmoni has stirred me up, and I want to you were starving in Ireland and the Highlands of water as cold as ice itself in a very few m Dute .- Addrese GEO. R. GRAHAM, abored named firm will be henceforward eon-.

- ght out this battle with him. I ell you, Scotland,that we sent over,' to feed them, cargoes- This discovery must be immense value to all liT. No.134 Chestnut st,Philadelphia.May ducted by and under the firm ofCURETON ._

hen lawyers-these raerd lawyers who have and cargoes of meal and meat; that we sent over jag South." 24, 1851. &. TiTtfS.

c e en practising in the courts all theii lires- thousand of pounds sterling in money,besides treat TERMS. Thia receipt, which contains full in. Jacksonville January 4, 1M!.

re the wont statesmen on God's earth.Laughter. .- quantities of clothing to comfort them; four times tractions for making ico and ice cre&mlj cooling xecutor's Notice.
[ .] I this more freely to my u much as all the other nations of the earth put together water, and numerous other useful matters, will be OLD IRON, :BRASS & COPPER
. say ? Sorely each a contribution industrial forwarded to order for Two Dollars, by addressing months after date I will apply to the
neal because he has heart and mind to
com- WANTED.
irodonts as that, ought to have',been sufficient to I Dr. JAS. R. WILMINGTON, SIX Judge Probate of Ddral county, Florida
-: prehend it. There are branches of this subject tare ns from your sneers,because we have not sent I 122 Nassau sL, New York. for a discharge from the Execniorship of having old lronBtaSsorCorper'
which we are discussing, which he dOe not as many gimcraeks to the Glass Palace as France One Agent.onl.1ril1 be appointed in each county the late Will and Testament oft phen J.Eu- PERSONS they wish to dispose of will find
l5eem to have studied at all, or he would not and Austria have ,done. Now Pvnck, all that we the must forward $50 ,
'-I iI have given such a honey-fuggling definition of lave to ask (if you, is, when yon go to look at our (or,which and those they desiring will receive agency 37 copies of the pamphlet ,- bank deceased.WILLIAM: EUBANK Ex'r. ready sale for all they can bring, at the FotmDHT -

Ii the subject [Laughter.] These lawyers study contributions to the Great Exhibition just take I containing foil instructions. Jacksonville, IlL, and receive liberal

i I BlackstOne, Coke upon Littleton, until they along with you the official! report of tho article' and"i June 28. 1m Jacksonville,Jap. 11. 1851. pricaafothesame. : t
look rifle shots money, not forgetting, the Constitution: frigate, GEORGE MOONEY, Prtprletor.May17. ';.
and take at
.rJ through a key-hole which....freighted with a part of them,that Broth. Harmonic Institute, sEA: ,ISLAND COTTON HNS. it "
every subjectA er Jonathan sent to Ireland and Scotland in the I -
Member.-Are yon cot lawyer? famine and if you :can have the stomach then Corner af St. Jollen Street and Market Square, I -

Mr. Wise.-No ari ,Jam Dott.lawler. God to sneer at the raw materials we have sent to the SAVANNAH, GA. THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity ,NOTICE.STEAM : ..

forbid that should be a lawyer. 1 .renounce Exhibition, rather as aa act of courtesy than as a ZOGBAUM 4t CO,Importer and Dealers I : .inform the planters of ,Long Staple "8AW-VQLL FOR' SALE.
the manufacture
that he stihicOntinucs
the name, and I do not pretend to be 'onelauhterjelthough ,- matter orpridey are a baser:rogue than we imagine F.. in Music and MCSICAI INSTRUMENTS, of Cottons
( they sometimes tell me you to be, and altogeteer unfit for) the companionship ,wholesale And* retail. of the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, TOIlE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale,on reai
T 6j.u .And now, Punch, every description at his usual rates and is ** *t rmsnis STEAMS
1.ret along :very Well with municipal: Idta of your dog Complete! Bands furnished,'and Dealers applied double and single, A W-MILL
: I handsome thing: 'acknowledge the corn, as the shortest tice. AND MACHINERY '
do the at New' York prices. ready to fill all orders at n at Garey sFe'rrjDural -
study work law
some elementary
long I .
time since,but I Hare renounced on all the a law.I we say out.West that we restored may have" the opinion we.. J. H. McROBY, For; the reputation the Gins, apply to the .county, Florida. The Engine Is 20 horsepower

And here permit me :to say that in 'opinwn once entartained of ybu Jond 21. ly Agent, Jacksonville. following'Agents, or to those who hive themin 10 Inch: cylender,3 feet stroke and S
use: boilers. 24 feet long, 38 it. .diameter: all in
ibis mixed basis in effect aristocratic
is an -
absolute monarchical, union, "LUiy,"said little ehnrly-headod of some Florida House For Heat ,AGENTS eomp ete order, and ready for.immediate .use.. .
part English 8D' Sam Blade a buJterU"Why
md part French. There is nals bit'of Ameri- five yean,;Charley?", r Tux above weD known HOTEL. situated Villalonga Acosta, Cent n iage,Ga. I It Lis also a corn mill attached.: The Enginarfcnd

eaaumiait} not a particle. They talk about "Because the grimmer-says,-positive boss, cornpsrtiTObUitSt in the<
protection. Now.I lay down this principle of ,, and I did see him give.,you sucha with perfect Wlt.hOUUle order II for furniture.rent, for. one of more Scott& DeVeaux;; Charleston S. C. I For terms, apply to me tPa1a&kaor, to m'1i

American law, which is contradictory all positive busa. 'Lizzy fainted.' ., H' .yean June; ,14,185 or L. tf ,A. H. COLE. Thou & Harris, Ocala. E. Florida. i agent_ Jas._ B. Cole. A.H..COLE.. '..

English law, and that is, that protection is T o. Fernandez, Bisbee& JacksonVille E. F *.
fttier secured by a grant of power._ -JiI"tt1rt TIn : Executor's ,Notice. ,, R. U.Dukes PAlata, E.M. Fla..Uayl01851&l'.' ,

. ... I, S Hoyt & Co..Savannah,Ga,. .Executor's Notice'. .
. &LXTA Am..- The Jamaca Standard o/ May St Mary's, Ga., on Tuesday, 1st bast, by Rev. SIX months the after Honorable date the undersigned Probate win 8.L,NihJack'&; Co, AlligaloLartinger ; ". F. SIX, months after date 1 will< apply to tha
rf. -7": MV.Ieara from undoubted authority Mr.Williams, Mr. WILLIAM P". .,Drwxxs; to Hiss : apply of dismission Jfcdge i '., & IU.rriSa Elizabeth to WE,Lowndcs Judge of Probate of Duval county,Florida,,
i that GeDera&aaU Anna wjfl: leave CarthaRena in 'COSSTAHTU M.,TftAvxKft,both'of Jacksonville. ; or letters as County, ,,,Ga. to be discharged trbmthe Ezecutorship, of the
afl tiui i meet4 for this IjUnd, 'en route to Mexico, : of John H.. WhiddoDjlate'ottJie'; o -'ofHilUborbugh "" last Will and. Testament Martha Tiso .deodL,

where ia is expected win W again elected President ,deceased: ALSO, PENELOPE ,TISON, ExecutrixFeb. .,
A. H.'HENDERSON, Executor. Extra Boxes and Br hescaxibe had of the s.-
15th 1851 6nv
,For Sale' Tampa;Fla., Dee;. 1850. 6m subscriber moderate t &es. Pmons wanting

II Atton the article announced at sale In one of LE II'octave well toned PIANOFORTE,: Gins,'or' Gin repaired, please direct ia- iTUSTBECE1VED-A 'fresh lot of choice .

. the week,aaettoas,'we perceive aa article entitled A .of European manufacture; also, a' ,fine' Violin : large assortment 'of"Ladies', Agents,orto, a L BURNS; t! Hams, Goahetr*Butter, Mackerel, Fnltou

t df&ma ehDd'chair. The father of this won- --,and Guitar :Wcdhalm maker.. :. 0 ,:A'T.COSTA" Bonnets and Parasols, by .' S ;Maq'aMay3II851r Georgia. Market, Beef lessPolk,&0.'at the store of ** ... *
lIT. Want mast have been one of the Wood fiun 'ApplytoJ.JU.'DlcRORTJr, May 31.! o D. M'CJUEN' & CO. 1 ,' cm 'Ma3L: 'c D. WCUEN..& CO.J.'

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I q< \% i i fHE" :NEWS' -- SEA ,ISLAto: COTTOW' GUVS, Ifcw 'n Ji i )J n (...rrl I, -, f ",' Livfigfltoiif; < 'I rF-T.w; :'c :', .f 0 :lJ i

: i' LA ,
OF 4.TlrX4 Wt; !,JVc\v Goods' at ,
I < ( ,J.l tTUE
'" :IS published .SAT'qRDAYat Jackson
I every SUBSCRIBERtakiStIII$ opportunity FLA..
ville.in the Countjof Duval tnd'Sutaof Florida, THE GOODS. : SUBSCRIBER would :
inform'the planters( Lone Staple FAIL AND WINTER April 2G. tf, the citizens of 'respectjaJli
"S t Cot tons that he still continues the manufacture ....;.. ....
I BY CHARLES BYRNE. of the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS: subscriber has now on hand and offers surrounding country, that he huJuat

double and single, at his usual rates and is THE sale at very reduced prices,a new and : BL Whit:,Smith"& DEL O'Brien, DIRECT FROM'NEW YO ?

t FELIX.LIVINGSTON, Editor. ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. wrfl selected stock of Fall and Winter Goods ATTORNEYS AT'LAW, per schooner Tencriffe, choice t
For the reputation of the Gins, apply to the every article in the Dry Goods

I I : TERMS: following Agents, or to those who hTethem line comprising,with an assortment Fancy Articles,selected ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA COUNTY' EAST FLORIDA. Dry Goods, Groceries, ,: t.

in use: Houses.He .- M. Whit Smith Office at Alligator. t.C
THREC DOLLARS nea AHUCM, IN AtVANCE.I from the mOst Fashionable Ware, Crockery, &c.
AGENTS. has made arrangements to have goods arrive M.O'Brien, Office at Newnansville. ,
j.&dvertisementswiUbein3eTt0d on the following which he offers for sale ;
I : Villalonga & Acosta, Centervillage,Ga. weekly, which will enable him to keep his )Ia131, 1851. *f at the lo.e &
4. terms: Capt.B.R. Bythewood, Beaufort, S. C. stock complete COUNTRY PflOD
t: I I One dollar per square twelve lines and under Scott& DoVeaux, Charleston S. C. Thankful for the patronage he has receivedhe MoIntosh.ATTORNEY.dT.L.d at the store formerly occupied by 1[,.. ,

for the first insettion, and 75 cents for each subsequentInsertion. Tison & Harris, Ocala E. Florida. assures his old friends that they can find just McQueen Harrison, Bay street. Particular at tJ

i i Toyearly advertisers a liberal discount Fernandez, Bisbee & d0, Jacksonville, E. F what they want at the Brick Store, at prices W, called to his large and elegant assort J 1

; will be made. R. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. that cannot fail to suit. He would say to inoa e ",XnLL attend the Circuit Courts in the Ladles' Bonnet -- ,I

;! KJ"A1I: "advertisements must be paid for before in- S.Hoyt & Co.Savannah, Ga. who intend purchasing that he is always ready "" Eastern Circuit; the United States : of the latest and moat ,, .
S. L.Niblack & Co. AlligatorE. F. and willing to show hisgoodsfeeling well assured District Court at St. the approved style.iy
Augustine; Supreme *
I By referring
sertion.unless by a regular customer. ish. Also to his beautiful stock
that cannot be beat The stock consistsin of
Lartinger & Harris,ElizabcthtoWE,Lowndes they Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claims for
be ascertained
11 to 3ur terms,the requisite sum may County, Ga. part ofColored citizens in any part of Florida against the Government GENTLENESS HATS, READ fl 4

I and transmitted with the advertisement. ALSO i and black silks ; Plain and Figuredof at Washington, either before Congressor CLO THING, BOOTS, SHOES, k
Advertisement not marked with the number; quality English. French and American
f 03 ;
every the and
at Call examine before
will be continued until forbid Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the Prints; "Jenny Lind" Ball Dresses; White and Blue Departments. purchaabg*.
of insertions required, where. D.
subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons want- Embroidered Crape Shawls; Cashmere and Delane J5 ADDRESS, Jacksonville,East Florida. M'CUEN:&,co.
and charged for. Gins Gins Shawls Worked Collars Worsted Hoods; Plain Jacksonville, May 3, 18:>1.
f ing or repaired, please direct to ; ; May 11, 1850, tf iy
orFiye:; dollars will be charged for all announce Agents,or to S. L BURNS, a nd Figured Cassimers; Cloths; Veilings; Green and
Blue Berue for veils:White and Red Flanels;Scotch
candidates for office.
me its Mary's, Georgia. Plantation and lUIU-Sltei
Diaper Kentucky Jeans Kersery's Tweeds; White Oscar Hart
for Six Months, *10 00 Ma131 1851. 6m ; ; ; ,
: One square, t t Silk and Colored Handkerchiefs at every price ; I.a. Sale. ..\
?j --i Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : 7 00 dies and Gents Neck Ties; Fringe; Gimp and But. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL DISPOSE OF, at privat

, ';' I ; Application for Letters o fAdministration 5 00 A NEW VOLUME AND CHEAP POSTAGE. tons fortriming; Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves;Bonnet Boxes (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) Ml! my PLANTATION on ts,.
Silk Gloves Plain and Fancy ;
r U3 All religious notices will be inserted gratuiurty. GRAHAM'S V trimings sacs; :French Extracts; ; German Cologne;Knives; WILL practice in the several Counties of St. John's river, at the mouth ot J

I Scissors; Razors, &c.,&e.,with many other articles in Eastern Circuit Florida, and attend creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville.
t 03"All admissable personal communications will American monthly TtlagaxineT7"E the line too numerous to mention. to the collection claims against the U. situation is known to be the most bewtifo.

\ : charged as advertisements. K3Calfandsee.. WM, P DEWEES. States for Military Services,and for Horses lost, the river, and is remarkable for itlllII"
\ congratulate our subscribers, who re- October 19,1850. tf other 'lost not a case of fever having occurrcd
property destroyed in i
be the by troops !n'
03"::: AH bills for Job Printing,must paid on Y V ceive their books mail
by the The
upon said service. many years. dwelling is spcj ...
I; Uirery! of the work. change in the rates of postage upon periodicals AGENCYOF Also,claims for Pensions of disabled Soldiers comfcrtable, and calculated for the acag

I j 03":: All communications must be addressed to After the first of July the postage on Graham's or the Widows and Orphans deceasedSoldiers., I dation of a large family. The land (aboct 4*

f I L h e Editor, pottage paid.O Magazine will be but Dr. S. S. FITCII'SCELEBRATED Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and acres) is of good quality, and well ada ted,

2K CENTS UNDER 500 MILES. MEDICINES.Used soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed the cultivation of cotton and corn, Mdifc 1
: I 5 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES. officers and soldiers. fifty acres suited for sugar cane. Therein
R E E N'STYPE by him with d&stsnguu7eJSuCCe3 in the Also, will give his attention conveyancing admirable site for a steam air-rain it ,

l FOUNDERY We very confidently! look for a greatly increased cure of to examining Tites! and Records,and assertain-. mouth of the creek, and it possesses the Unt fe

circulation through the mail at these Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, ing claims to Lands. tage of being in the centre of a sectiea

; No. 12S FULTON STREET, Sox BUILDING, rates,and trust that our old friends, the Post Asthma Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia All business entrusted to him will meet with country finely wooded with yellow 'pi .t.
Masters will ,
I oblige us in the fact
NEW yanK making There is
attention flourishing
prompt and all instruments
of orange grove,
; writing _
No 17 CANAL STREET Row NEW ORLEANS. available in their respective post-towns. Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female a
I will be executed by him with neatness and premises, which formerly produced au._
With the next number of"Graham"
k we com Complaints, &c., &c. despatch. of a thousand dollars a year,and Trill, '.
TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND mence a new volume, this number being the '
ALSO Jacsksonville.Jan.:>, 1851. tf do so again,judging from the present i1
L ast of volume
thirty-eight of the work. The
Dr. S\ S. Fitch's Shoulder and healthy appearance of the tree ':ft,
continued and still Supporters, !
onjr increasing support of Post Office at Mandarin is
confidence I invite the trade before within &wo_
1' .- .. WITH purchase elsewhere, to give, me a the American public to this Magazine, encour- Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lec- J. McRobert Baker, and the steamers pass and repass the hwae!_
f call at No. 138 ages us to renewed efforts to make this favorite tures on Consumption, and the their iI
Fulton-street, New York, or at ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR LAW regular trips to and from Savann&.>
t S No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans where lam monthly tion of in all respects worthy of its reputa- art preserving Life and JACKSONVILLE E. Those wishing to purchase this propertl,
ready to furnish them with all kinds of being Health to Old Age call on, or address by letter the subscriber l
The American WILL practice in the Courts of the ",J
BOOK AND NEWSPAPER Organ of Talent. It IL Eastern: Jacksonville, E.Florida. I
ayt;., CifC.I Circuit in Hamilton
The new volume will embrace the county of the middle Circuit CHARLES BYES
of the newest and most beautiful style. I am most of the authors of established writingsof have been appointed Agent for the sale of in Benton and Hillsboro7 counties of the Jacksonville, May 10,1851. tf:
also prepared to supply the much admired tion, who have contributed!reputa the above Goods, and will keep themconstantly Southern circuit in the Supreme court at Talla

t .. Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scotland pages, and while uniformly new names will continue to its on hand at my Drug store, in the Town of hassee, and in the United States District court

a series of these beautiful faces, together added to the already long list favorites to be Tampa, Tampa Bay,Fla. Florida; and will prosecute claims against the Private Boarding House] ):L
with of form and a Dr. L. D. ROGERS. 'I
every variety pattern of increased United States before Congress and the
greatly Departments
qnanttiy of reading will be -
3 1!
.4.NDJOBBING TYPE, given In the July number we shall commence Washington

,I : Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance THE OCEAN BORN Administrator's Notice. Being located at JacksonvelIe for life, he will St. Augustine.Mr .
i': nnd of all the give his entire and unremitting attention to his
:: accuracy Type manufactured by A TALE OF THE SOUTUERN SEAS. months after date I will present my ac- profession and all / G. N. Papy has re-openeJti -
I cannot be I SIX business entrusted to his
I Union. By surpassed an by any Founder in the II I A powerful sea story, from the pen of S. A. counts and vouchers to the lIon. Judge of care shall meet with prompt attention.J. Boarding House, for the accommodila j

and entirely I new method in the Godman, Esq., of South Carolina. Probate, for Hillsborough county, for a final McROBERT BAKER. of Invalids and Travellers generally. Hii
, :I i mixing virtues the taSting am enabled to retain the G. P. R.James will continue his contributions settlement,and ask a discharge from the further August 24 1850. turns!thanks theliberal patronage: kid

: thus to of component in addition parts of the metal, and and will furnish during the next six Administration of the Estate of John M. Stafford he. has hitherto received, and hopes that Itfe
t to an elegant, the months,a novel of some length,written expressly and Sasan Stafford deed., and also all per- lids and others wn. may visit our climatt to

I a SOLID AND DUR.4.BLE most for Graham's Magazine.A anna-. if any havincr claims aeainsc the estate of J, McRobert Baker, health pleasure, will give him a call, a Si r
TYPE, Series of Susan or John M. Stafford,are requested to pre efforts will be spared to contribute to tiw
heretofore offered to the public. To this last sent them. AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., comfort. *-

... I feature I'would in particular call attention,for are now in the hands of our artists which will JOSHUA STAFFORD,Adnfr. NOTARY PUBLIC. his House has duringtlie >j
present to-
; solidity and durabilty of Type is on the principle surpass any thing to be found elsewhere in Tampa, JaDe &Cb, TOOL Jo om CWMMteeioNEB. ,i
appointed by the following Stales dergone thorough repairs-has been rani:
Monihly Magazines. No
of will be
economy of the greatest importance expense spared -
to take
Testimony, Affidavits AcHnowJ- throughout,and therefore' entirely fret frog I
I all The to meet the largest expectations of the _
typographers. members of the craft public
I will also find me ready to supply all kinds of in this department of'Graham/ Notice edgemeats to be used therein: dampness. The rooms are large and airy,T
Maine furnished and comfortable.: The establisitta
PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE OUR PARIS FASHIONS determined to discontinuetny pre Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, ifb
HAVING Connecticut,New Fork pleasantly situated on broad street,aala:
for the establishment complete Printing Offices we shall continue to furnish, in addition to business at this place, all persons Delaw&reMaryland Pennsylvania Carolina better accommodations than it affords CM: le

<, such as Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, other highly finished engravings, from the indebted to me in any manner, are requested South Carolina found in the city, A plentiful table vOD' '
Georgia Ala-
to the
I hands of the best pay up, by 10th of February ned other- ,
Brass Press and very artists. *
Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, wise their accounts and notes will be barns1isslssippi, :lexas. provided and civil and attentive servant:* e
Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Rig- All Post Masters and Editors are authorized placed in July, 27 1S50. ly His charges: per week is six dollars,inclu&j
the hands of for suit
lets, Closet Racks, &c., &c. to act as agents-to whom specimen copies an Attorney : fire and Ugh, and every effort will be made
OH Type taken in exchange for new at 9 will be furnished, desired. A COT, Esq, is my authorized Agent to collect give satisfaction,both to Trancient Visitora

: Av cents per.lb. The Trade delt with on the most TERMS all debts and to transact any other businessfor Philip Fraser, Permanent Boarders. -, optG

I liberal terms, and patronage solicited.on the : me. JAMES B. COLE. A ATTORNEY UNSELLORATLA. A couple of well broke saddle poniessntij I
r ground of furnishing to the purchaser an article $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5; 5 copies for Garey'.Ferry, Fla. Jan. 6, 1851 jan 1 JACKSONVILLE- FLA. I tached to the Establishment, and will ilfsi
$10 ,
with which he will be pleased and which will : 11 copies for $20. For $10 we will Bend --- --- be ready for hire. *' i

r- bring him the worth of his money. the Magazine for 5 years to one person. I Administrator's Notice. WILL attend to any professional business November 30, 1S50. ,tf '
Addrese GEO. R. GRAHAM to him in the Courts of the, ,-. '
Editors and Printers MONTHS DATE to
: wishing to establish a AFTER we shall Eastern Circuit and the
No. ,
134 Chestnut Supreme
Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be fur- 24 St.,Philadelphia. present our accounts and vouchers to the Tallahassee. He has also Courts at PENSION r ofthita
May 1851. such
nished with an estimate in detail of the cost by Hon.[ Judge of Probate for Columbia county, connection with an advanta- AND BOUNTY LAW
geous an able '
ctatingsize of paper and kind of work to be ex Florida,for a final settlement, and ask a: discharge ington City as will ensure a Lawyer at Wash OBTAINED for the officers and soljieri- ,

ecuted. PROSPECTUS THE from the further Administration of the collection of such claims prompt and speedy war,or their legal lepme*

Publishers of Newspapers who will insert SOIL OF THE SOUTH. Estate of Archibald Hogans, late of said coun- in his hands against the United as may be placed tires. *
this advertisement three months and send me ty, deceased, of which all persons interestedare Sept.Sth, 1849. States soldiers Pensions for life,for widows such officer!vi
the papers containing itaddresred to"NeslitPs UNDERSIGNED Committee desired to take notice.Z. ly who marrired previous to 1800. alan
a of Pub-
Register," New York, will be paid in materials THE the of HOGANS, Adm'x.J. .
. of my manufacture: provided they purchase si x Russell Agricultural, Society part ,Muscogee respectfnily and invite ROBERTS, Adm'r. R. D. Kendrick, ioimr)( ) ic,ANID.I
times. the ameunt of their bills for Fla. 17 1851. ATTORNEY ofwfiole
advertiseing. public attention to the following Prospectus Alligator, May Cm COUNSELLOR AT LAW, For the surviving, or the widows or.th '
11. II. ,
, of a Monthly Journal, to be published in WILL practice in the several Courts of the
No..123 Fulton.st New York, and this city, under the auspices of the above Bears! Bea.'s Bears : Circuit, and in the Counties of deceased officers and privatciwio r
No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans named WILL all the served in :
Associc ion. I purchase BEARS' OIL and Hillsborough and Benton of the Southern Cir the

: The work will! be devoted to the interests of GREASE that the Citizens Florida will cuit of Florida. War of 2812, with Great Britain ji

Auctioneers Agriculture and Horticulture, Domestic and ship to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.nov.17.Wm. Mexican War in 3Ii'
: or any of the Indian > ,
Rural One Dollar
Gallon the
Economy. Under these a Grease Fifty Cents -
; several heads a <# -- ---'.-
ARE requested to notice the following Act will be included all that concerns the cultureof Pound, the articles must be Pure or I mill most M. War, since 1790. cur

Assembly. Al 1 who desire to have ,the inprovement of the Soil, the man- positively reject them. I am a good judge of Tnnno, Terms moderate, where the claim is rstab' '*eJ

their terms extended according to Sections of agement of the Farm, the Garden, the Orchard, t them. They must be in their natural state. FACTOR & COMMISSION MERCHANT, otherwise no charge.TheSubseriberis 1

the Act,must give new bonds. Flower Yard, and the House-Keeper's depart W. HUMPHEYS, North" Commercial Wharf also appointed Agent in lb.VtofColumbiafor Witt1

JOHN BEARD. ment. In their connexion with the interests of WHOLESALE DRUGGIST Feb. 14.-ly Charleston the :1b1e
Comptroller. the Soil, the other industrial Pursuits of the Nov. 16, 1850. ly Savannah, ,c/co. S. C. British Cnmmercial Life Insaransl
Tallahassee, February 21, 1851. and, will receive their appropriate attention.
The "Soil of the South" will be under the Bounty Land & General Agency Company, botJilr
AN ACT amendatory the NOTICE. Established in 1820.and empowered bj act off*! ,
of seteral
Acts in editorial WASH
now supervision of Charles NGTON
A. Peabody, D C men:.fur the insurance of Lives and the endowtfofcbildren -
force relating to The appointment and duties of Esqr, and CoL James M. Chambers. Mr. Pea- '. E have appointed T. HOLMES our Gen- JOSEPH T. WALKER Will ,in London New York ofWasbingtonC I

'Auctioneers. body has been for two years connected with'the VT eral Agent and Attorney, to settle any prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY gin CAPITAL 3000000. ledj
SECTION 1. Be it enacted Agricultural Press and is md all business in the I LAND 'i- c'
by the Senate and equally distinguished name Palmer&Ferris CLAIMS officers and soldiers in Communicntions addressed sobscric
House Reprcsentativs of the State of Florida as a Practical and Scientific Farmer and To collect and receive all debts due the firm of the late Florida War, or either of engaged the Indian Washington, D, C.,will receive to the anenti ." mema

in General Assembly convened. That the tax I Gardener. Cot Chambers is one of the mostntclligent Palmer & Ferris,, by Bond-Mortgage: -Note W ars in which the United States have been M.prompt

upon Auction sales shall be two per centum I i and successful Planters in the South. orotherwis also for'Darius Ferris deceased. gaged, or the Warnith Grill!Britain. of 1812 en Attorney at Lam,and Com. THOMPSO"A of n", ,

upon the gross amount of sales, except on sales They will be assisted by an able corps of Contributors All persons having demands against Palmer md: to any description of business requiring an, Deedsfor Norh and South Car, **. }

tu-. cotton not damaged, upon 'which there shall among the practical Farmers and & Ferris Parius Ferris deceased will present Agent or Attorney at Washington. For P. S.-Refer,if necessary,to the Heads otDegi* mtljnb

be a taxofoneh.altof one per cent. Planters of the Land. the same. to T- 0. Holmes for payment, an ring land warrants his charge will be procu menu,and Members Congress generally.! '.,
$5 In t
::; Sec::2. Be it further enacted, That no tax Each number will contain sixteen pages of all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da othercases it will be proportioned to the Washington City,November, 1850. ft 61t

c' on Auction sales shall be assessed or levied by quarto size,printed with new type on superior rius Ferris,requested to call on T. Holmes tureand difficulty of the case. na- c

" any county or incorporated town or city in this white paper, and furnished to subscribers at for settlement and make payment.SARAH He will also act in connection with In Circuit Court t''r

< State,greater than twenty-five per centum up- the rate of One Dollar per onnm, which must P. FERRIS I ttorneys in Florida who may be employed Agents or in ,Eastern, Cir
on the St.atctax. be paid in advance. Adm'x.of D.FERRIS dec. Bounty land and other Florida mOt
J'"- claims,on terms which in Columbia County:!
SEC. 3. Bo it further enacted, That all J:3. Post Masters are authorized to act DAVID L.PALMER. may be ,agreed upon._ ,Letters (which should hOt!

J'. Auctioneers have heretofcre been appoin. Agents, and they may retain in their hands as Jacksonville n 9:>0. tf be,post-paid) ,will, receive immediate atten NARCY COOK, f; ted according to law and lion. Aug. 171850. vs. f : ; tIe
- commissions have not twenty-five per cent, of all subscriptions col tf : Din of DiY
yet expired,and all Auctioneers lected them ....- JOHN C Coox.; rce. I ) JJ1
: who shall hereI' by or if they prefer It a copy of Notice. ,
,I' after beappointed,8haUhold there office during the Work will be sent to any one tweiye months SIX months after date I shall present my accounts Charles DeWaal: IT' appearing to the satisfactionof the CJ* ttun
the period: of jix years from the date of their: gatuitonsly, who will remit four names with and vouchers, as Administrator of that the Defendant Cook is a neil
appointment Provided That AUCTIONEER: sident of the" J tar.
; all, Auctioneers I four dollars. Estate of George Payne, to the Hon StaieofF1oridaajdthat Lisp
1 appointed by the Governor during the recess of Judge of Probates Hilldborough County and JACKSONVILLEr E. F. residence is unknown to the Complainarf- .

" the General Assembly,shall hold their-office nAll Communications to William must bo addressed, I shall at the same time apply to said 'ourt, for tt SALES in any part of the.County attended It u ordered, that the said Defendant dos ff* .tak3
post paid H.
: only until the end of the session of the Gene of"The Soil, of the Chambers, ,Publisher a: discharge\frdm\ the Administration of the to and respectully solicited. and plead, answer, or demur to this Bill e: "sa

sal Assembly. next after the date of their ap Southl VAN Columbus Ga. said Estate. All persons interested arc desired Jacksonville, May 6,1848 in three months, or,the same will be taiai1 !t

, intment. ., LEONARD, tale notice t" .;, confessed; provided publication be mad*d* !Ifa'atiJJ
.. ,: [Approved by the Governor Jan. 13,1851. 'J.E.HURT R. A. WARE.. "JOHN DARLING."' Journeymen" Carpenter Wanted. order as the law directs

i ,(Signed,) (
Committee wishes
of Publication. T to employ A S
Tampa, Fla, Sept. 28th 1850.- Copy Test. >
Columbus oct.1Administrator's immediately frdgi.f'
, NOTICE. Gan April 26,1851.Notice. : rcight Carpenters, to --- teh1

STEAM SAW.MILL FOR SALE. sonablo whom_steady. employment,_will_ ho n _.p< iYen_,-_,"_ nt__._p,_",,._ Feb.19"- '.1 SCACBOROUUHjC.iMarchi.51.JSTIMSON .'.!
Notice. wages. Apply to
THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sate, on rca JESSE'GARDNER '
: termshis, STEAMSA W-MILL ALL persons indebted to the estate of George May31. 31 .. ,
O1X MONTHS afterdate wo shall ; ,;Jacksonville, Fla. CO'Sfj .
AND: presentour Flemming decd &
J.- MACHINERY, at Garey'a Ferry. Du- O accounts and vouchers ; requested, to make .. ot
as administratrix immediate :
yal county. Florida. The Engine is 20 horse and administrator the payment to the undersigned; all, For Sale New-York Ne\v-0rleans $ itrifid'a1
: Ower 10 Inch; estate of John Stand- persons having demands ,. &
eylender 3 feet stroke estate
and ore
: 2 ly,late Alacbua county and State of Florida requested to SUGAR ,MILL: 'with all, the "' f' \ 'a
boilers 24 irons
feet present them attested: A necessary '
in. bile
long properly
o ,diameter all in deed.! to the .
complete order, and'ready for immediate; Hon. Judge of Probate of said within the time prescribed by law, to for the application of horse power. Express, IIBY tg
It has also ,use. county, for a final settlement ;and at the The rollers are of iron 'IS'inches EVERY
same T. in
a corn mill attached. The 0 HOLMES diameter STEAM8UIPOFFICES :* ; ,)
time ,
PrS. and Engine we ehall apply to said court for letters of 36 inches in length. Also
Machinery. two
be sold separate,if desired. discharge from the administration .Administrator. BOILERS,: : 1 ;;; t"a
For terms of said Es Jacksonville measuring: aad 200
apply to April 18jl. gallons
me a t PaJatu 2m respectively.; (
or to tate. All No.
agent, JM.B._Cole. ., my persons interested are desired Ito( Delivery at Jacksonville orPalatka[ 19 Wall Street New York 'a H ,
'::; ... take..- notice.,- 'DIOY STANDLY Admi'x.: T COST.....A' For additional, particulars,. tOS. St.Charles:} ,
I apply W.
} A. IL.,COLE. SEBRONJ.STANDLYAdmfr A. largo,assortment:of. Ladies BAKER Building N.OrJe.Mobile I I
f.! l'aIAtu'FJa.MA110IS51. If Newnansville fashionable Bonnets and Parasols by Attorney at Law, Jacksonville; at' I ; Agent MTBOULLff< ilDt.r.
E. Fla. April, 1851.I May 31. Florida. u:. < -S ? .. ._
: C D. M'CUEN&CO. 13r .
4 Every'attention
1 11&113) 1851. paid: to nllat

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