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 12, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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'As be Lt XflL JACKSONVILLE J Pit, SATURDAY, STILT 12 J.:183 NO, 84. years ago, wlienIwuayoungst r.:. t:.

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: And the-fam of a formet age. after about ina
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, There'was hope in hi*bright .Teaming. eye*; ,''Yes. 1ks about Jerusalem,. Church ef-lh Holy Sepulchre ,isvsitaated in I boat; I.wa endeavoring fasten beraloapidetbe

,I And he longed for riper years" About what?' impression on seeing the Holy City the depression;a short distance north of Zion.or ship to one of the scuttle rings| in/ooliak!>

, He clung to life-he dared its strife. 1 want some money.) disappointment! ,to find it, .com more properly on thesidesrpf Acray This eagerness!'stepped upon tbe gun wale,the b i. -He felt no dread nor You want money I Why, bthef'Eastern ,cities s'well.builh site was,early selected the scene where that course upset, and I fell into the water) aadh
. you tharr,;prsyi' with walls and battlements so wonderful.. :transaction, 'tc rred. Tradition I not'knowing how to swim all mj effort*to by

",01 life U fireet!" came merrD j 'More hn 1 shall ever get-i! Another.;source of surprise is the I here assumes, Unit at the .visit'of the Empress bold either of the boat or of the floating sculls '

!. From the lip of a fair young bride;- 4Well, that's a good; one! occupied bi: the city. Other,,pre- Helena, the mother of 'Constantine, which was were frul&IeaThe transaction had fcotbeea,,*
emilehegave the while, trouble 'will have to be corrected' three.hundrfd years subsequent "to"the event, observed by.the sentinel on the gangwayrand;
l And a happy vide. 'Do you keep secret V asked walks'about Zion.' the true.Cross was here fQun *, ou.ar gravely therefore it.was not till the tide had drifted a%

.; othedconebybT'OIifei'weet per. who have accesstQDr. Robinson's shown the, lpotwhereunder. shelving some distance astern of the ship,that a mania
for w.will live, and s e. rock search made' the foi ia the water _
t Try me, i ;,or,who have even:.visit*, being tbireforthr e crosses etoj saw splashing ,aaj>|
Our constancy to prove- 1 married money, you'bio'w.*.; view of Jerusalem be were' fonnd;tnat of Christ;and those'of the gave the.alarm.. :The first lieutenant inatantfy, '

Thy sorrows mine my trials thine- 'Every body says$9., yon kno!r. I Baiter's Interesting exhibiti n'o.z I two"ine But whicVwas the true 01lt1"lA I and gallantly jumpe4.oveTboard", the carpenter. '.
; Our solace in our love."' ,' .,'And everybody fhznksso .; I theztIl1Aore mitmtf.and sick lidy.was brought'andlaid opon them successively foljowed hbrexftmplev axtd.the ftUnuerhaiUn* .
S ofmone.ia the until edinto boat and jailed after them.'
V a plenty case* of. Bartlett 'to'his: sketches of' ; &he..trY" *was. reached,when a
.tf( life i*erft'! eaid a mother fond '-". there's none to b*"had I sacred,plaqeci! littleneed, besaid: of she Was instantly. ., :,- "' "' ; ; !"Whb the violent but vain attempts to make

As she gazed on her helpless,child, urHa : .aspect or.topography the city. The1 place is fruitful In!rall manner of won I myself heard,I had swallowed'much.water: I' .

41 ADd closer pressed to her gladdened"breast haJ'! langhedDick, in walls are' rae nio. They I ders.' We were sh'wn' tbe-veritable hole.inwhich.the.cross was: soon exhausted by.toy"struggles, udoe--: :

Her babe,who unconscious smiled. Tou laugh.but what would, of hewn-stone,'obviously of- old rested. This; is DOC shown fore any relief reached mel had sank below th. ', .

child 'Whatwouldldol' and well laid by order of the to the vulgar multitude, but a temporary one. surface-all hope had fled-all txertion'vtasnA,
", be tor thee,my upr
life shell 'Yes-whatshall I do 1' the kissing of which.is .
"My 4im n.A.l. 1542 and. have been nl1y"meritorious as and I felt that J was drowningSo'far ., .;
I jregeilUessasthoUartI rAnd 'Nothing is easier,' replied good condition.; The areas em long as theydo not know the fraud. Tbe' ." these ficte-wereeitberpsnhafly reiroembere'd ..
who shall dare my soul to tear 'I hope not,' said Tom'but place where the body iranointedis; 'COTfl'fdwith I ,
** their' limits: is, the Northern .after'.my ,recoTery or.supplied bf
. From the tie that forms a,part? work l''HaTe Zion,-the whole of.the ancient a marble, slab,,over. which are suspended I those who bad latterly witnened the. 'scent;fbr G
1t broached the subject eirfbt to t&e
you lamps, belonging different sects
-Moriab.and a portion of Acre interval of such ngitatioisdrepnlvgtperson
!! said an aged sire, half r who claim concurrent rights in I
"O! life is ter the"spot. '
oc IbeWestand North ;.the cir is too much occupied catching at every *-
dim dared she won't let Near is'shown the '
and to
sunk 'Havn't by I'Jnce'Jwhtre the'
Whose was ; ; holy
. eye of which, admeasured by Drs Rob passing straw, cr too much absorbed by sJ'
strength was spent, 'Then run up a bill or two.' woman stood at the time of.: the'enici6xion.- ,
I His form was bent, is two and a half miles. One ternate hope and despair, to mark the, sucttsj"
. Could life be sweet to him? 'Then what asked Tom, pans round the entire circle in an One chapel designates the place where the centurion I sion of events very accurately. Not lOt Iroven ,
I round the old man's chair Have it sent at such & time to ancient walls could not have inclu : was converted, when he exclaimed, with the eff'rcrswblch immediately flI81Iedf
for er
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If r. ,yes be sure not to be At home.. Truly this was the Sun of God." _
children clung. more than doable this aroornt of Rind had then undergone the sudden Wlation'
children's ,
His my
tJ r 1 never thought of that.! The Sepulchre is the chief point cf interest.
The sometimes which appeared to so retnarkablej
I And each dear face and warm embrace 'She'll either it or ? large population This stands directly under the dome of you
pay great
of nowas'vividly
its limit.-can be easily rcan- and all the circumstances
Made life seem ever young. Dick. the church-a kind of rounded chapel, rather "r
when we take into account the fresh in my memory as if they hs4 co
'But what if the Utter oblong in form, some 25 feet in length. The u '
life is sweet, from early youthTo at tbe and small spaces occupied for entrance is door the cured but 1este .T' "
Thus 'Then you've got core dy a on East wMcb'opens all had
as the modes of social life which "From the moment that eterthm
weak, enfeebled ago; and you can go ahead after that into an apartment six or eight feet square I immediate
of ft dense population in a small ceased-which :I imagine was the: -
Love twines with life, through care and strife ces will best allow. height of the walls is variable, as From you enter vnother apartment consequence of 'complete,suffocation--a"'fiBJatJ
In varied stage. 'I'll try it-I'll act on your en or eight feet long by. six feet wide and
' every over which they pass is very unev feeling of the most perfecttranquilitj supene-
1' And though, perchance, the path is rough, tion.1 s of them not being over 25 twenty feet high. and.lighted from the ophis .- dod the previous tumultuous sensations-U -

'And dark the sky above, 'True; what will you have? on the South and East there are lined-with marble- with pilasters reaching' night be called apathy, certainly not' resignation
. Carter's and of his about ten feet aboT -which it is surrounded .
into get one up tobe a&
In state there's something yet ,or three times that.height. They for drowning no longer appeared ;
1\1 every take a drive out to SpikeTiUe1IYou with columns. On right-hand side, as
of rescued nor
assaults I thought
ample protection; against evil- no longer ,
To live for and to love. couldn't have hit nail enter is the slab the where
a you marking spot
tribes but would be no obstruc was I in any bodily pain. One contrary,4my
the head; let's go at once!' said arms. the body was laid. Here there arc pictures sensations,were now rather a*pleasurable, '

: fUisrcllancou That wag a 'fast' afternoon- was put down,by Dr.Robin lamps; and flowers. Into this place the pilgrim ca't, partaking of that dull but contented fort I

. ... of it-and it began a new em. at 11.000;' 4,000 of which he esti (if he baa money to pay theprtot)brings orref'lingwhich precedes the Bleep produced,
JI was a step taken in the dark, Mohamedon: 3.500 Christian, and his rosaries, and all manner of things to be by fatigue. Though the senses were' thus

at Marrying a Fortune that it would lead to happy r It hoi probably varied but little blessed.. We saw this profanation' and mum. dradrn", not eo the,mind; its activity:seeneji
1" of moner. the Rev.Mr. Nicbolayson put mery. Immediately Ea! of the sepulchre is to be invi/orated;' in a ratio which defies all d*.-
4 BY G EO. CAXniSG HILL. In due time the bills began to : estimate on the Jewish popula. the Greek chapel, in the floor:of which there isaj scription- for thought rose is after thought

4. One morning th? door-bell that he thought nearly lone which indieateethe exact centre of tbe with rapidity succession that not only In*'

!r Full half of mankind"will never get through to be about nine o'clock. The now reside me in the city. They are world, and the veritable, spot from which the discril able. but probably inconceivable by anyone

N searching up zaohey.malehes for themselves ed the summons and canied the enJ nts of those who were ex dust was taken, out which'Adam, was' made? who has not himself D in a similar hIa'.
until the ttter half is done with holding the The bell ( How this'.was ascertained we did not stop to
. to her mistress. rang by Ferdinand and Isabella ation. The course of those tbouebts I can nee.
t monet-r That iS fared fact which no one will came a second bill. ,A third time n Spain and Polish Jews. GreAt numbers learn. But enough-of this. now in a great measure retrace: the.event which-

4. attempt to c-1111n question. bill Mrs. Euphrasia Turnabout in advance age,that tneir bonce m.y We could folly respond to the remark of oar bad -just taken place-the awkwardness that',
'Ii Tom Turnabout was one of the penniless I alarmed.Prrsentlycamenlongtbe. on the base and sides, of Oli friend: the Rev.Eli- Smith, who said to us be bad produced it-the b':1de.l most, ,have oeeatdoned. "
. ones. Not tbat it was, by any means, the fault opposite the temple area where the fore we left Beirut: "It !. triljra great relief (for I had :observed t'wup.none jumps

. of his own, but it merely happened to be so; it duly found Tom Turnabout, Esq. indicate the resting-p1a of mul to my mind that I can,believe they ,have not from the chains) the offset it Would baveen %)

. was "in his stars" be poor. And what made at the table. .their Hebrew.inscription, are laid fixed upon the true locality,for the scene of the most affectionate father-the manner in wsjeit .

the matter worse, besides being' poor, per ft.Le 1 All during the meal he I ground. Ttytare supported, to a crucifixion, and that the. place :wheiimySa.vicar .. he wouid disclose it to the rest of the family :
vsa' poor barrister situation rendered the features of his wife trying by. contributions from tba Jew euffered'fomy'aiu- DOC; polluted by and srttousBttd eOier eireaiistaaees'mhmter?4 .
Vjrn.Ai_t lIn1Qt.b di reasi" >CorJs brief :_ev "cr a'. A.u- .*tremely Europe.> Few have been the con snob superstitions and idolatries.-Keo York 'associated with home rere1' the.first srritft t.:
" less barrister i* always short of every thing I joying the privilege of paying,. their number to-. Christianity. Obserxer. reflections that occurred. They :took, then si-

xrora soap to suits. band's bills; but he succeeded :' watch ,ne another and if any Rmlt 'tar wider range-Xar last cruise-a former voyage', j I
1. Tom,was, withal an individual of more than such expression on her face; he least indications of a disposi Kiulnij. and ahjpwrec'k-mYlChool-the progress had!
Ii ordinary personal attractions-so far as the slightest trace of it in Tain. into the foundations of the Here are rules for the proper deportment of made there, and the time I bad miH bt-

}t opinion of the majority of the other sex went 'It was too perplexing. There they are immediately cut off gentlemen, when they wish, to enjoy. tbe delight even all my boyish purtirts and adventures.... ;

IIInd upon this opinion be early determined worth her fortune, over against fund on which they mainly kissing. tbeir.young pretty cousins.We Thus traveling backwards, every past incident,
to found much all his future. With his mountain of gold as it were, have seen it performed 'mther differently.!
pretty suppport. It. was an affecting of my life seened to glance across my reeollee;
fS r'.ibleand excesifetYlocial manners, it would but he not able to pick off Thus, touch' the fair chin only sufficiently' to '
, them at the "place of wailing" tion in retrograde succession;DOC however, ini
, have bees no wonder at all if he did not have from its surface. She was as under the high western wall'which render the head steady.nUl the operation was mere outline, as here- flUted, but the picture*
.! to.undego'Inlny a ping in the measurement cious summer's morning completed, and then let lip meet lip in loving :
cool ; temple area, and there before he filled up with every minute and collateral
; of bis living by his circumstances. er band, was burning np with which Solomon placed in their pre embrace. feature; in short, thn whole period of my.exis
,. At last, by one of those most unfortunate ofi. and chagrin. lead aloud from their'Hebrew 'Of course,you must be,ttller than,the lady tenee seiiued to be'placed before me in s kind
the dice of chance of which we read or hear but He declared within himself doleful and unavailing la you intend to kiss-take'her' right hand'in panoramic review, and each act of.it seemed

. rarely,Tom Turnabout was married, and to ail stand it no longer.. It was a I'W their national dispersion and ruin. yours, and draw her gently to you, pass your to he accompanied by a.consciousness of right}

lady of fortune. It seemed to him as if the fortune hurran endurance. Better die at of Omar, ou'Moriab whIch for the left arm ;over.her right,shoulder, diagonally or wrong, or by some reflection,on:its cause ar

l was accumulated (or bid use and behoof long in this suspense.So has occupied the site of the an down across her.back; at the same, time ,she consequences; indeed many trifling etesta ,

?: alone. And on his wedding day, no man was at last he meekly remarked .-is the most imposing object within will throw her head back, and yon hare nothing whf h' had long been :forgotten'then crowded)

!. any where to be found, who could make show 'Enphrasia, was there anything The'area enclosed is space to do but to leaD'a little forwArd'and into my imagination, and with the character of

of a larger share of enjoyment in prospect this morning tor me?' 'length from North to South, and press your lips to:hers,and the. thing is done recent familiarity. J
Matters I went on well enough for A time -as 'Yes, dear, she replied, wide. The mosk itself an octagon -don't make a noise over it, as if you were firing "May not all this be some,indication of the

. well,'perhaps, as ought to have: been expected ; bills horse-hire, and by a large dome., Bash side of the off percussion caps, or trying the. water almost infinite power of memory. with Whichwe t'

I for the 'briefless barrister3 was now possessed ments, and one thing and 70 feet,and has seven windows with cocks of a steam engine' nor pounce down.upon may awaken in anoTher world, and thus be I
! of a comfortable home,and assured of an excellent not read them particularly- except those, facing the cardinal it like a hungry hawk upon an innocent dove, compelled to contemplate our past' livest : Or '.

0 living with a young and pretty wife; forMrs not a lady's business.! 'have>six windws and a door.- but gently fold the damsel in your arms without might it not in some degree warrant the inference ,

"I apbra ia Turnabout, as every lady said, 'Was there a bill of' of the building is of white marble, deranging the economy other tippet or raffle that death is only a change or modifi.catiOD.r

i a very pretty young womHer hair the agitated Tom. tinted: above which are .variegated and by a sweet pressure upon. her mouth, of our existence, in which ,th.en- js'..n ,real
her eyes were of jet black, her hands 'Yes, dear; I paid that and balustrade surmounts the angles I revel lithe blissfulness of yonr situation,with. pAuseor interruption? Bat however that maybe :

Imu delicate and lilly-white, and she knew but the others, your personal from which a ro gently rues to out smacking your lips on it as you would'OYer one- circumstance was highly: remarkable;,

to dispense tbe most gracious and bewitching know, those I carefully placed to tbe height of the balustrade, a roast. duck." that the innumerable ideas which flashed in my-

smiles; how could she be otherwise rle where you could readily the Ill.rge'dome'rIeS"to the bright : So much fur gentlemen; but here are others mind, .were all refrespectiveyet i 1 had been re-. .
!1 than pretty? And if pretty, likewise amiable you wished to. I hope y
? too inquisitive in just looting As viewed from the top the_ cita nractice has doubtless made .perfect. We -eive the next world had lost nothing_of.their early1 j
1. At least, so thought for a time Tom Turnabout bit they were!' of the Castle Antonia) on the her own words': strength,and tt any other period intense interest

4 Esq., who esteemed himself her liege, Tom.was not possessed of any f the ares, and which was the near There is 'as much'difference in'kisses'as in and awful anxiety would have been excited .

; lord and mister. losophy, and this last serious we were allowed make,I judged individuals, and I am' sure that I should not by the mere probably that I was floating on the- -

Bat there was one thing that seriously troubled quite upset what little he, be about (ort .five feet high, or like to be kissed by every,one. ..No indeed; threshold of eternity; yet at that inexplicable moment
P broach the subject he could when I bad a full conviction that I had aLready '
bow fast
Tom, and that was, to his dinner AS as entire elevation. There is said
would such an overwhelming I
for. some give
that.th hold not a tingle thought
of intodue possession and managemeat. as fast as he the mosk which crossed ,
. coming it, pushed of water under smack it would. almost deafen me. Now. kissing wandered into the future-I was wrapt entirely ia '
of his wife's property. For this he bad Ere long his old friend Dick, may have communication with 'can -be1 reduced .to nileS 'one or two'of '. .

'f: married; could it be that he was no better off ance. i of the jrgit," in-the Kedron which I will give. The bead should always be pest The length of time that was occupied by.this

r sow 1 The thought alone made him giddy. 'Wd//1 said Dick, now goes it;and the whole area is occupied turned ;blighUy the.right as such motion deluge ideas, or rather the shortness uftime into
.Yo He went round and round the subject in his 'It's no go,' surlily answered subterranean cisterns or reservoiro. gives and prevents concussion of the which they were condensed, I cannot DOW state.
; mind for a long time,at each revolution becoming 'How now ? Were tbe bills can enter the enclosure but at'' olfactory 1.s. The lips 'should tben be with precision, yet certainly two minutes could not

, the more perplex M JQO single time Tom explained the whole. his life.; Jerusalem has very few. ,pressed closely a-ga and sweetly together, as'you sip have-elapsed,from the moment of suffocation to' .
the effort that of beirg hauled up. . .
r.idared he to his to friend admitted that it which Jewish be my
nerve courage up His of a orIgiicai the nectar of the long kiss,but no smack should "The strength of the flood-tide made expedient''
: ifeetssary to be made in order to bare the matter bard to get round; if the fountains'of reser
ingly we except be heard. i, speak particularly on this subject,' to pull the boat at once to another shIpwhers TJ
completely understood betw tn them. Eu- stood herself. well as did his .doubtless,bad avery,early origin. because:I consider kissing part of our nature underwent usual vulgar process ofemyingtb >
- pBrasla had Tiever attended to the subject of ticularly when she held the and part of the superstructure. and because .few.people appear understand. water by letting my bead nan downward tacor.
money, simply going ahead and managing the Tom gave it up altogether. of.. David,".or.Hippicn., and tbe'value of* kiss' and'h.InaniIetIn which bleeding ehaflng1, and even adnuaisterinff: bttk
household asifihe bad fall1.tesolm1 to count, was spent In'reflecting upon the I the wall.ajoand the temple area:, are such 'salutation with?\the lip should be ren' :my submersion had been really so brie that aeeoxyding

least1 toe in Its management and .classifies-. Irszness his independence for by the beeIof the,atones' s dered." / g.-- to the account of the lookers-on* was very. to
don Tom bad'repeatedly hinted to her about, living"upon'another,' and in- antiquity. The ,Tombs',also,.)in 'the > 'quickly restored whDo to animatibn.life wa> 'returning were 'iie f
'depontetVbank stocks' and all the other mi-. resolution logo ahead and,.do" Hlnnom and Jehosbaphat wdl$ A fate Havana letter '..i t iofiat'the nverse.in"My: 'every point'of tboee whkh have been described

Date appurtenances. to be possession'of a fortune himself. .. the,yicinity.of.the city- are referable University,'of 14 and 16 years of age, drew the figure "-abore.' hm single but eonfased ldea.;-> .
bat hitherto just to no purpose at all; she The 'lesson he learned period., of a Republican flag on cub bf the.wan in the miserable belief'that I Was drowniBg-i dwelt upea !
Bade neither t erelalion nor explanation-rleast' valuable one, which many a Il .w'e cannot bok" .upon the once gor Court, and wrote.under ViTa Lopes!" Inquiry my mind,.instead of the multitude.of elear and definite I
of all:did she betray. ,her' native, acutentss by at her'leisure give:her,husband; le iSolwtnon or Herod on'Moriah; 'loon brought the culprits>to light and they were ideas which,had,recently,rushed titrourik -.,
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tklugthehlnt. ad vantage 'V. palace in.which David and Hezeki- imprisoned!,. c They replied when questioned that 'a helpless anxiety--a.kind eontinuon nightmare
had merely don it to tease the janitor who, Deemed to press heavily an every sense/1*prereai
Such state of m.lnt : umsbJa eminences they
worrying' 'Tom ,1'Iq [ Mount Zidn; th' on '( astaunch RoraJut' Now,"IChoOl.bopromthe the formation of'anyone': dirtinet thought, eMit
a"fit'of.desperation, if not into' his grintj' hefiatlly "very' mpeetttjefeH&oer. 'of ; 'stood are still distinct;and the gen was lime,of Nbah,'have been ever,ready,to.plaT .was withdifficulty, that I became convinced that I
mad*np his mind to come to an undersUadtog enough sOjftt'ftdPtate, to be not materially changed..-The yal- tricks upon ihos* in autliorityr and there .much was really aUr*.. :Arairi; Instead fif"being absoratery I! \
fa some'vay or other just n as, 'soon_ as j cleat to pay'ihtai carriage', Eon Hiniom :makes the same cir plausibility Jn theirsunple.de/eneebutthe Court, free from,'all 'bodily\ pain\ as i* ny.,drowma* t
practicable.Bo .- scores ;At home he nerer. : Zion, and forms its ancient junction has conmadthemtobmflfleut; 'A person in state I wai now tortured by paM'all over me i ail Iud
;, long ant was.'necessary:to 'keep,the'em-' : meantJ, '-, : & ',of Jolosbaphat Hedron, in tedin1tostartAnew gaanuctorypeesentedthwbrsnd thonih have been since wownded.u several plaee*, I Ipine
ben of hope alive, he.:sedulously avoided 'all d 'rapid descent over which TOfiret and 'title "La RepubHca" for.the necev'; have often submitted to ,nere' aurgiea I .
vat he dream- were at that time far greater "
his former acquaintance,l.ss be mth\too sudealy .'. CHxiK ci Vroic> :t its sides with ill Its'an ctent out' i sari license,but waa refused. ? 1emj suffering distress' On 0ne'oeeafofi T :
at least general
L give'ft shock to the.delicate'nerves of hiswife l asked his friend Haydn, ft !urbed. :The bed.of.
F and Id Jose:his chances altogether.. But chunh inusto wras always of an ,water conrvt. it mutt have ,ever i. r breettrobseWed r"-lztilaf-reiti, ; at night for some ,boars bleeding 7m -ettes
ttioou'as be'found'that.disguise* helped him 'u4.To? this p't Immediately' upon, scMoasof.e-, The oH" ; When i wounds,!If fainted. Now aa-I feB rtft'Uai? the
BwaDewc ;
lia a.hit.amec111p hU courage to.yenv': was,,.'I cannot make for ifeW briefboni ; ft fact-which I f Called 'the "Welcome'toihe children i Wound in the lungs-wa* mortal it will appear obvi.en .
I inthetri7S.
WhkSh theM biratTetumed bich actotvp&aiw
di2igtothWthotightt atiooi
.that the overwhelming scB
Ingtboldaalthatstau1dsen1oallBo: 'is(ruiraflynot expecting to find; and carUnds. *
npon Q 4'.,heart ta so full of went about in procession,with nwuic kav prpdaeedaperfecf COD.vIctinthatIwus -
.fiwilly.U6imi a conveit1 to the' sentlmeBt- toQrhisdeterUare dane "leap, as it were,from I casually.t within as many days at receiving preseata at jsvery door where. ttey.itentiOows' t, famthigjnast.that| : tbICtOtdJifl.tt

I pp1ml17eXsed! bytbe poet God has,-'eDa iheerfnl I .well.:read_elprnrmen,whose precon- to'IiD"rekom.1o..... ._. th. /, ., -L Ja ,.'; J nothing in the least* reaembHvg, I.l ec rein h lJat.t D ly orp"-' that. X-rrr serObI- ; had'afnxed Impressions stron- : # QiiEtm3ivoi.NM7 mind when drowning thentoOkjiIaee;and whenI
; ,1Lib"i' Tfttis'O my
BmaQr >. -.,. .. all7 their'reailpgoa this subject/tnd 'seabIeTL'u began to recover I returned to a clear, conceptionofmyreaTsUtei
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dear It!*Wvery _
Who dam not puYltta the touch" : "hardly-beliere' but that'ai-perrenial \fc tet
;. : 7Acitrdlngly eannottejl hqw mdng JUl.i.tt: is naeh better
Te'iaiiwlioseitalfv and a experiment n'the s opexaVtion
: =
he: laid himself out to briar '- Ala '< rnSir :sU4_!;through' |hjs;steep .. fkr tbanffolng a shopping;.-*The whole-place IBfuuoflomewr of'de1i afford anysaticfatfoa ,be interest
erealeieiteitotan'QutdtT: &e wtmerttbfart* mthe'wovldtl*
nutUrs to s head at onee p. ; i. \ -f yon,9 theywffl I",6h. T :be.fl'sufferedJo>dt i>
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his "of miea to '
iway with the wife of oa of hroed J / eri
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-'Wokraid be to companion of his one ehaat.of higk$awl connected Tie would'glad lyidfenti/v, ; bezityi. 'ou1my1ook.s$ eevesso 1 .ZP' t. -,ainbf.. 1.t. .. :-'YOVi. *. 1 mh&a
t,!%6oo uthq Kti together In:*littH oIiotitt WetFHleftTiW t'I' 'lID .. -
firm of the his hepfes.f hecren had,if not their /, t.od to,1' ,< '. 1i.-r. /! "J!:: I--- .j 'a..L"Bz.4vTr3
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KOMl1lf..TlOl'.ria.iJm FRED. DO
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r Oem.;8eetta''K. iatl.*'' *New York. THE' NEW PRESIDENCY. We clip thi J owliDgtrolD'th.N': York uc'Wdo or bl .

-The nomination General ScWVas! the Whig We Invite thej tioaftf our read era to the Tr3mnftlfajv $*r&t,In order to prove utooYeThoietb! :' .it' **

: candidate for.the the article which we qopyontdie New York He- 1t all doubt 'that Fred. N.tiIf.
t Presidency! by.: : Penniylvaiia ..... ;.. eono1u lyiiiIb0711d; '
"t', i Uate.convention,'has created aprofoumlsensajku ,"'i' : )nth vnominatienoffGen.! Scott, .bjKthe Dougiaw'is "a.good. 1 Union man,"and therefore I From the IltiTofHay k & & r I

't- : in \his community.', The',public' tiepoliticians ,if'1 1 ,Whig Conve tiott,otPen tj1ft:11a. This nora* a fit oindi atea learilbr the Vice Presidency. give, the wind alteTOated'reg !a rIJ'hi ..
i 'and thi have :in
; eocemea. ith1h.
to the tea; excepUon'bf fo
-:. urebee '.taken by, surprise proceedings! ., l" .},.: '-. ... 'ination places' G! /Scott,a day's march in vadVanteofall .: ''General..WlnieM.oit. good Union man, for easterly breexe. 'Fromthe'MinitVlfwtt djj".

',,; of jVe Lancaster convention.. This:surprise -' theothVf.Whlg'asfiranta; and hIt President_ Frederick Douglass, good Union served;*conlmuouiWesteriy: winds' "*'**, ",
.. thla'scniitionr-has been: ,caused as much?by. endorsement by Seward will ensure him the How would that -
President" .
man for Vice ? ,
r : "During th"eafeli .;... ,
the announcement, ot/thit patWrin! ,on which JACKSQNVILLELLA. the l09iInchus1ve., 'pe t. "
i .whole Whig Abolition influence in New York. ticket down l' Bththese'gent1emefl'C0meup '" ""I' .- 1IIIt
Geh rlfic6U.ls'to" as a candidate, as:by go and thesurfiwe oet e a UG !. 'c

the nominatlon Itself. .The.; Journal o/. ComflOTe -: Saturday July 13 151. On the whole, we think, ,there is very little to the requirements: ot.the Republican, and and heated as to-produc'a iftponder ch "

, ,.. >l dlscontent d' and disappointed thoCwrJKrand'EnqvlrerMthunderstruck I doubt of his occupying the position of Whig ':no more is t, be,asked at their hands." They nee on the wind*and destroy their altam

;, and silent candidate for the Pesidency. That, in such i will both maintain the Constitutionand! the The rains commenced on the mainland j
; the Tribune, the special organ of Wm. H. AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. I'
event, he will receive: the Whig and FreeSoilvote to distinction and on the 11th,alternation again '
Union reference
I So ward; issatisfied 'with the'platform, and is l\l.1j.JOHN BEAR!> Tallahassee,"Flay withott past party eonuaoie i|
f1 ,
silence the of a majority oflheNortheru and Western ,What continued until the 16th, when -the '
t resigned to Scott in ; Express submits J.G.Bx&aDonEsq.,9cala ,Fla.,*, s,"and they are both good Whigs. .,
I" -16 the nomination, but grumbles at the $titai'tbere; caiibo'Iittt doubt'but we have more do we require? We don't wish to be understood land )*becomingled, the predomlnenctofa l
Fla.Gen. .
S. practical understanding put by Governor'Johnston T. P. KEHNKDT, Esq). Tampa,. some doubts about, his cordial reception amongthe the water again broke up the alternatioa t lalcordingly
Hhe of the convention 'Which S. RUSSELL Newnansville Fla.BfFRisnT as pledging ourselves to th'o'sapport
on platform ,
,, from the 17th to the 25th -
of the South. It Is true they are lio.
nomlnated.him candidate for the i of this ticket do we. :the 'adoption fit
r- governor Esq. Garey's Ferry Fla. '
ship. very amiable, and have done some strange I I "WhigConstUutionaiUnion"friends.They winds are recorded, except as the tempora' .

The ,nomination -General Scott, and the GEO.,:CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine, 21*. things before now in the way of surmounting on our of squalls. It may: be remarked, that the

... f construction of the platform on which it was Judge A.STEELE; Cedar Keys, Fla. and I may act their own pleasure: rains at this particular'point. (Cedar Kent, '*i I

made, under the circumstances in which the S. GLIPSKT, Esq., PilatkA, Fla.; difficulties,, and yielding up prejudices, "FREDERICK DOUOLASS'S PA KR."-Frederick invariab1yioiiirien'Ifrom one to two weekt to"
IS"bOW not however they.may find a'way to swallow Scott. If it Douglass, the well-known Fugitive Slave, 'has just main land thai here and
country placed, ought by Rochester oft on showers fraqq
the large
" intelllg nt'Bnd far seeang people, to be, looked "THE COUNTRY QUIETED!"-"THE AGI- should be found that he i is perfectly available, and commenced handsomely publication printed weekly paper, with the encircle, without shedding "drop of their**-*. .

,{ upctfas 'a hasty plate of soup" in political TATINOQVESTION SETTLED FOREVER! it would be a pity,to oppose him, just becausehe above title. The new paper lithe result of a union ing properties, during these periods Thet

mot ments., It is no such thine. The events This was tha prediction, of the: friends and was the tool of Seward and the Abolitionists between the North Star' lately published ,by Mr. or what is termed the rainy season, 'usually i t
-'-- of IftVlast fifteen or twenty years hav been D., and the Syracnso Ztferfy Party Paper., John ..
S tending ta such a new/directiou-to such a new advocates of what is till, by some, called the He is'nndoubtedly "a good Union manj" Thomas who formerly'conducted the latter,' Is the from tho 1st to the middle of July;' and ant ';

I era'as this'cenntry lias now: reached. Compromise Measures" from Mr. Clay down and thal, our neighbor thinks, qualifies,him for assistant,of Mr. Douglass in the new journalMr.; fore earlier than usual,this season. '"

I Let us tast6 the new !soup. For the first time to,>the humblest of,his disciples. The 'fire, the office. That.he is so, we can assure our the Douglass United was States formerly Constitution a Disunlonist involved'believing the Northin that These remarks may not,be:deemed,w..,-.IIe'

I in half a century, the anti-slavery States of this bleeding wounds" of the country, over which Whig friends, ou our own knowledge; for we the support Slavery. He is now a convert to terest, but as involving some:phenomena' art... .
Union-or,in other wordstbe free States-possess that the Constitution !- haps to be noticed.
,the doctrine Lvsander Spooncr proper
Under the new census, a vital and decided he mourned so pathetically in the Senate, were'to once ieal"l him say he would preserve the '
I rigbtlIJoterpreted, is pro-slavery at all, However,:worthyor" of consideration
majority in both branches of the national Con be healed, and quiet And harmony restoredto Union by "the military arm." and that the Unit d 'Sta.tes"Government has mil be the Peninsula ..,

gress.' For half a century or more, the policy a distracted country, by the application of power to abolish Slavery in.erery part of the land. may coast of Florida of the general government, both domestic and | That he is a man ,0ffmarK ability, no one who. i summer may claim degree of IndependeneV'j
: foreign,has been shaped ond formed by the sta- the great panacea, called'the -Clay Compromise "The claimants secession as a legal remedy, knows him will: deny. .. her resources for "raising the wind., when fori {
to it back admission coeval with
pretend trace as an
,L | teamen of the Southern States. A: change, !I", If these prediction: had been realizedby the establishment of the constitution, as iomething CROPS. agencies and aucs.n. her,; :and from-ODe {lfc'!

-' however,has been gradually,effected by the extraordinary the event-If quiet and.harmony had been Implied by that instrument, and which our fathers THE other source, is reldom left without its salntarj tj''
increase of population and territory restored-if, aggression; and insult had ceased kept in view in the establishment several of tho Extract from a private letter from a friend in vivifying influences.
i ; The admission of California, without'the State constitutions. This making itt constitutional I Columbia county:, "Since the rain has commenced,
recognition of the line of 36 30, was the commencement even after the South had been plundered and rightis what we deny."-Florida Republican our crops have improved beyond'my' expectation. [Wo shall be always happy to hear from oar j t'; |

of a revolution in the elementary degtaded-if'fanaticism had skulked into its genious correspondent, whether ,he;
We imagine our astute neighbor labors under I believe there will be hear an average crop of corn. empi j 1'-

fr powers ,of the government,the which gives theequilibrium den, abashed by the frowns of an indignant a mistake when he fancies that the Secessionists The cotton, crop looks well: I have this day seen graceful pen on scientific 'or other I ubjeeta..b'Nxws.
,hereafter to Northern and
and Union-loving people-if in short boll of cotton opened in field." j
anyonebenefit derive of one my
Western anti-slaye States. The two great in- seek to the right secession from .
: fluences-that of the North and that of the had resulted to the country from this the Constitution. He constructs a man of --- -

South-nave'been contending for the mastery, disastrous measure, the South might hare borne straw just for the of demolishing him. ,, Democratic notification Demonstration- at Lancaster From the Savannah New?*;. ".1

various ways, for the last fifty years. From the infliction with .some degree of equanimity. purpose Pa. The Alleged Fratid en the GovmnnrU. f'";
.- the time of Jefferson to the present day, the We have seen no attempt, in any quarter, to The Democracy had a General Mass Meeting at The following is the published !statemejst H
r power of the government-the: shaping of the But how does the matter stand? It would be derive the right of secedsion from the Constitu- Lancaster, Pa., on Saturday last,to ratify the recent the:amount awarded to Dr. George A.QriC i

? f action of the government-has vibrated between worse than madness to deceive ourselves, and tional compact. A certain wise man in the Commissioner nomination, and of the party of the for Governor Court.-, Canal ,for his claims on the Mexican Government, -
Judges Supreme
4 f
? these jifo.influences like the pendulem in a vacuum to close our eyes 10 the truth : It would be : The amount awarded wa,
Tallahassee Sentinel argues, that as the right of Among the resolutions passed on the occasion were f351..I
until it has the '
finally swung from South, Interest
criminal weakness and cowardice to shrink the following- 73,731
: secession is not granted to the States by the
and settled down in the North. _
The sixth recommend, and insists on a faithful
'The.nomination of such a popular man as from an examination of those bleeding wounds, Constitution, therefore, they do nt possess it. adherence to the compromise measures. as the duty Total, _

:: ., Gen.- ,:Scott, and his probable success in the which, in spite of the panacea, are still festering On a former occasion we sufficiently exposedthe of the North and South, and contends that the Fagitive Of foregoing, there was awarded to
Northern anti-slaverv States. will be the beginning Slave law is in accordance with the constitn Gardiner. 3UG II
or in the heart of the body politic. So
very absurdity of this DOsition. The FederalGovernment ,
:: of a new movement in"the history of r --- --- tion, and asserts that the duty of the North is to en .And to W. W. Corcoran, as assignee
far from quiet and harmony having been restored of Gardiner,
this republic ; but it will end, when we look ut grants nothing to the States, in force its provisions. 107,187
and agitation silenced it is acknowl- The seventh call upon the Democracy of Lancaster -....
counteracting impules and tendencies of the the Constitution ; it is the States that grant to Total.
county to sustain the Union at all hazard 428,75" HIt
South, no one can predict. The defeat of Gov. edged, on all hands, that agitation is frightfully it, whatever it and all Tho the
power possesses, others eighth says neglect or refusal of Govern is said that the evidence brought .|
Johnston. in Pensylvania, is already predicted on the increase, and, that sectional prejudices are reserved to themselves. Before the Statesare or Johnston to sign the bill repealing the obnoxious port this claim was considered so positireasdl iosp
i in. that. State. Such A defeat, however will section act of 1847 the
closing jails for tho safo-
conclusive that it
I not alter the character or the tendency of the and passions have been aggravated. The denied the right of peaceable secession keeping fugitive slaves, is in violation of the wish was decided' in favor of 0(1

: great fact which looms up before the country, tone of the free-soil press,and the speeches and which is an inherent right of all &overei ntics of a large majority of the people of Pennsylvania, in claimant It is after a rigid.examination. J!

in,the construction a new platform and in resolutions of the free-soil conventions, are be- -it'must be shown that opposion to the constitution, and showed his,feelings now asserted that, the Vouchers by wVJeii'
; the nomination of Gen. Scott by the Whigs of they have expressly, and sympathies were with the abolitionists, to. the claim was zustainedwereall forged. n.
; ;: Pennsylvania, and the probability of his getting coming bolder and bolder, as they see the de not constructively, resigned it. This cannotbe secure.their vote at the,next election. fact.Sj however, bite not yet ,c'mi'ont'aodb.-

.\iI' the electoral votes of most of the Northern fences of Southern institutions give way, one done. The'ninth denounces Governor Johnston as a, observe iha't some of the Northern paperiijij

States. The State convention of Vermont by one before their assaults and I truckling abolitionistand unworthy of his station. disposed to vindicate the forunate'cl&, ]
; as We think it of vast importance that LA rigld -But the great feature of the meeting was the who has received liberal
". without any knowledge of what was doing in they observe the fatal dissentions among our. of accession should be maintained and apearaoeo of Mr.BMbanan "Pennsvlvania'g favorite so sum froattij.*
t: Pennsylvania constructed a like platform and ac ," Mr. public treasury |
son as Forney likes to call him. The Ex-
forward selves, which alone could make the South so knowledged. We look the recognition The New York"Erpius thinks that' til]
put. principles similar those in Penn upon Secretary made a short; fifteen minutes speech, in
;; eylvania, who flung General Scott's name to easy prey to their designs. "Quiet and harmony it as the surest guarantee of the rights of the the course of whicb-W'e quote from"a telegraphic charge oglinst'DI'. Gardiner is "only a gnu

? the breeze. Both conventions have avowed restored F Where is the evidence'of the, States, and the continuance of the Union. Nothing report-) I frora"the disappointed who :did not get v&j
: their adherence to the high protective policy, >fIne denounced,in round terms the infamous they wanted out of"the, eommi! ionerJ.? :T" t
fact 7 Is it tobe found in (he,election of .
.Sum will
effectually; check the encroachuiculo tempt made by certain to is
i;. and have constructed an antislavery eliding politicians Injure'"Judgo to say-otherperion$ who. had e1aith.'W,
.:: scale, or moveable platfoim of agitation which ner and Rantonl Massachusetts Or..Wade, ut5Liiotrunruu tLof Beaker fitatea as 1 Usmpbell* a Hamn aa a Catholic candidate'&Del1ng1mI, because he'irBnctrpnnctpies happened to'- who had not the powerful support.of.Mz. Cci

f-' opens the doors sufficiently wide to admit the in Ohio? Or in the triumph of the "Higher- the acknowledgement r this right, "abstract" were.tolerated and carried out,'the destruction turn, tno.-jvmfjcan; noznecuizd-wno.. bi 1$
is m.in of
,, Abolitionists of every hue and grade in the Law" Abolitionists in New York? Is it to be as it may be. The right tosecede, implies of the Democratic party-must be the consequence. bye, a potent influence Waiiw C
necessarily ton and who is about tui I
Northern States. He next adverted to the danger of the Union if the ,, erect eight riugniflctiY
,f-: *.These movements in Pennsylvania and Ver. found in Webster's late declarations of hostility the right to secede peaceably, and North persisted in resisting the Fugitive Slave law palaces for the- members of the cabintttt, (

mont form A fresh triumph to William H Seward to the extension slavery over a single foot without let or hindrance;,and we .are only and quoted the history the compact between the not get their.cLiims allowed, arid conseq tel1 1
the North andSouth, and,expressed his fears for were denieJ a share in the Mexican ) .
and his political associates, and an overwhelming of new territory, orHhe admission of a single, surprised that our peaceable neighbor, whose the safety of, tho Union, though he hoped'the beet. nowtbeyturu round and spoils, u
\ tbefratdbj
defeat to Daniel Webster, Milliard Slave State into the Union-even, the new, I "predilections would induce him to adopt 'the He next referrrcd to the position of South Carolina which Dr. Ganlinerj the traveling expose dendat.of
i Fillmore, and all those who have been travel: and the fixed determination of "Southern i
; ling about the country endeavoring to coustruct States guaranteed: to'Texas1 Is it to be found' mode which would be least sanguinary and States on the subject.* After which, be paid his re- few years ago, has succeeded in obtainiagncar.ly I

r a national platform out of the compro- in the nullification by State Legislatures, of destructive, and should therefore prefer an at- specta to Gov. Johnston, and entirely disapproved half million of dollars from the publiej

;: mise measures. A new race of statesmen, anda the Fugitive Slave Law, in the face of the Con tempt at peaceful revolution," is nevertheless his course. He insisted the compromise measures treasury. This: appears to be OLe of thegroadi j '
new policy have been planted throughout must be carried out, or most direful consequencesmust on which the matter is placed by the friendsWl
free States. and, both houses Congress will be stitution l'Or, in the, vetoing, by .the Whig in favor of the sanguinary method-the reme- inevitably ensue He concluded his very able : Dr. G. But another argument used is, theta I '
- governed and regulated by influences spring Governor of Pennsylvania, of a bill passed by dy of revolution-l our government wronged..Mexico ont.of.tti
the United
guard State from
ing from anti-slavery impulses, for all time to the Legislature to repeal an unconstitutional i tangible, and lest metaphysical ,remedy for insufferable impending dangers:now,'and in all time,to come." money originally: 1 by settling up fitse claim

;; come. The consequences of this new condition law to prevent tbs recovery fugitive! *,? Or, I oppression." Well, it is true The meeting teems to have paused 6ff harmoniously our citixeps have an equal_ right to:cheat its
L '/ of public affairs calculate leis revolution 'Buchanan government by a similar In thIs"i? i''
we may at our enough. was attentively listened process. .
in the paid to:the free.soil sentiment is
. ure. Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof. homage of moretoigiWs remedy than secession, to and enthusiastically cheered throughout-& "er, gtrd..th following remarks of the;:E
Massachusetts, in a late letter of President "for insufferable oppression;j"' but that is one vannak Newt. press. The editor says:- i}

Fillmore, when be so far forgets his duty and reason why we prefer a remedy more We have not seen the first symptom of disapproval It will be recollected, that in order to'itvii 1
The Pea as a Fertilizer. peacea-
. the of his station ble in one dour Southern "Union" of decent pretext for,a wnr'illi Mexicoburgsf*J
: Southern propriety as, wantonly and and intangible. As to the journals,
We find in tho June number of the metaphysical irnment trumped up all orts of claims I
, Cultivator the following proposition to the Ag- gratuitously,to denounce as"an evil," the social qualities either remedy we profess not to be tho nomination for Governor of-Pennsylvania''of i Mexico, many of which were fraudulentaeij ajuMi

': ricultural Associations of Georgia and elsewhere and domestic policy of one halt the States able to see into it, and therefore we shall not the notorious abolitionist, Johnson! Not word, worthless-but some few good ; and we vat I
reproach from,Southern submissionists, to th"Union" to war dia'nt we' 1 therefoT. ,When tie;
of the Union as to whether trjsV
. south. The few Associations In Alabama argue or not the one be
may Wbigs'of Pennsylvania! Johnson ty: .of
it GaadafoUpe tlidaJgowas
I The surest indication of the of the more or less ratifieoV ji|
and "eigns metaphysical than the
will Cr1rTfloUt saggestions other.
we hope, ; will be recollected pocketed a bill passed,by the agreed to assume all these claims to IheeiMat j

, beyond these, we know a few planters'Who maybe times" is this catering, by. Presidential aspirants late Legislature Pennsylvania, to repeal an unconstitutional of three millions" -and the :Mexican ComDB j

induced, for the sake of experiment and the for the depraved appetites of Northern NEW POSTAGE LAW.It law, which prohibited the two of the sion was created. Now. we doubt- wh.tlup1

.; possible good that,may follow,to try it on their fanatics. Webster, and Fillmore, and Scott; will be Been by tho regulations-, und---l"- nUl-- n-_-.. I State jails for fugitive slaves! This is the man the half good faith but Mexico really owed a million i *a
: own!hook.: The proposition is; are all bidding for the free-soil vote : All their postage law, that the postage on pre-paid letters is "Constitutional-Union" Whigs of Pennsylvaniahave body;that had three claims.millions Mr.rcere Gardiner to begiten tosiii*

devotions Are directed towards the rising little more than half'orwhat it is when not pre-paid. selected for their candidate for Governor and prrseotfi!
''" "To the managers of said associations, as a sun It will be also testimony-good testimony, in the conmissit*
<: citizen ot our common country, with the same of Abolitionism: The have,offering to lay at observed that subscribers to newspapers the "Constitutional-Union" Whigs of the Bout] erf esti1'lOlao1&-ond there is nothing to disproTt

J interests at stake, I propose that you would the shrine of the fallen South. Not one of must pro-pay their postage quarterly in advance pocket the insult! Johnson by his course has secured it but rumor, and scandal; &/ how.good Mi '
offer" for the best conducted to avail themselves of the cheap the whole abolition claim mould hare !Hf.1& in. Ian W*
premium experiment them thinks worth while to hold out to us, postageAll and teNOn vote of Pennsylvania against Meziu', ,, '
throughout the south. letters ought to be pre-paid. but ho haa, not the less, the best wishes of can undertake to say, more,especially as w fc-
Let each society offer of even a delusive hope. We have become too insignificant The lute at least the ;
a premium a silver present rates are as follows: the Southern "Unionists. half of claims icertrumpedatt

plate, worth some $10 $15, *or SI00, with the by our wn foolish dissentions; and For every single letter in sX the treaty ,of Gaadaloupe Hidalgo. TiVoriginal '

, view of testing the value of the pea a fertilizer. too sure game for the politicians who dispose halt an ounce, or under, for manuscript distance, weighing wrong was in the Unitd States.. tl4.
J; I would suggest that the experiment 3,000 miles when any not over [FOg THE NEWS.] got up war on pretence of
3 claims when Wit
of os, to give them any uneasiness for the fu pre-paid, cents. :
begun this year, to run over the years 1851 '52, For the same, when paid at place ot destination From Notes to a Meteorological JountaJ." was, really, after was, the extension of.tll-
1 '53, and '54. That among the present growing ture. ,This is onr actual condition : these are 5 cents. Note,!. Texasi boundary from the Nueces'to, the E '

:, crop of,corn ten similar seres be selected upon the fruits of the "Compromise." It is over this I Over half an ounce and not more than one ounce It is well known that tho winds along the Gulf Grande f: -. rrJ

-,- one acre, one peck,of peas; upon another, 2 ; ,condition of things we are called upon to "re when For prepaid the 6 cents. coast Florida, during the warm season, from Now thisis the first time weever hesrloU.'
then 3 4 and so on until the lost has ten same when paid at the place of destina. say late Mexican war
i be joice" and give thanks! If we decline we are tion,10 cents. May to'9 tobe.r'incIDlliye, are principally the'effect attributed' an tttemjt,A '
:-And to more perfect, let one half of Over our partto enforce fraudulent claims. ,We halt
r each acre be sown withone bushel of plaster ,denonnced. ,:';"- if we ppt'the.,only means that i a half when an ounce prepaid and'not, 0 cents.more than an: ounce- 'and of rarefaction..on '. Paris in 'the In 1853 let cotton follow the Union '.. of land and .ea breezea;',whUst at a distance from the .consequeaec
I .
pea.' :ban save ;,weare disunion!j8tsw if For the same,when paid at the place of destina. annexation of Texas., It.was, we kntfr;
giving a faithful report of weights upon each 'we would maintain i the 'Constitution, we are tion, 16 cents. I land, the'Gullisaubjicttoalthost continuous! calms ,contended tone time,that the advance of Get.

20 divisions':, In 1853, plant corn, with like report ,"traitors,"-if we would breathe of Over an ounce'aDd a halt'and not more than two during the hot months.- This is not extraordinary; TV0r! : ',,the.Kio Grarp .was th'ei '
State .
and in 1854 sowoats and oun cs. prepald 12 cen. mediate
; giveareport- but there are one or,two local peculiarities that cause of, .W/i/iw-thougl belieti
!r' If any there ore in each state. South Carolina, 'rights, 'r are ebelsP Sorely we have For; 20'tile centl.same',when' 'paid. 'at.the place of destination may be worthy of rem .rk.
Georgia, Alabama,Mississippiand Louisianawho -, cause to. rejoice over the ,Healing measures of. For each the lexas was annexation, of her war"
weekly 'niwspaperjot sea breezerarel8e sets in with but bugeiezallybeen
would try this, and report, lam enthusiastic the Compromise 1IRREGULARITY, xceoding three Jo7 conceded to be
ounces in : eorrcet.
enough''to" .believe that; 'each .Legislature ter, payable weight in advance when win dry be,'tbe rates per quar.' verygentle motion,till ,nearly :for quite mid-day if th" editor of'the ExPress:, is right 'But er ';
would 'do well for its citizens as follows:' whereas aiong:thV Westerly'epast. :: in refife
to to appropriate OF THE MAILS. For auy.di.stance within the from SCMarks ence. to the cause which product'the'warTw
over $500 to the experimenter, for I believe rn ,The Port'Master,at'Picoiata has Wri ien',a letterto nothing.' county' where* printed to'New Orleans?and so on'it'commences c freshly by cannot admit that'the fact would jnstifj alt,

a; incalculable' benefit,would result. As the'9aborer"b -, the Post.Muter here, In.'which'he' completely: of?For the any distance- from the place publication,out 9,in the morning, and continues. ,till evening. .Here, .upon oar,government. such as alledgeSin itb1
: said to, be "worthy of. his hire" and > county, not exceeding 50 miles : case.und
5 the la7&db ,
;vindicates cente, etrequentl1i BoatinuostiU 9 lathe C9P1S1 deration.If.
himself (
as winced not from all blame, in the matter ofsending ,Over 50 and not 300 I ',o urgoveruips 1
. expect our Legislatures will do' exceeding miles 10 swindled
anything we should as individuals the Jacksonville mails to Savannah. The Over 800 and not axceedmg 1000 mUesU'cts.eta morning,, gradually subsiding.4)U) day advances, poof,Mexico, we 'do nos consider tIrthe
, act : or as communities blame 'door of 'Post Over 1000 and not exceeding 2000 and! following the inn's con until the rarefaction fact' is aiii.rwoD why favred tDcU'fda'"h
.Believing this, I am willing to undoubtedly. lies, at,the the mfles" .,,2ft ct& ; otte-peraited to '
" Muter at and that friends on land 'pocket the spciU.. ,T$;
contribute from $10 to$25 to the BtAugustine now: our : becomes'sufficiently great-to eliange'theurrcirt

II out; .or'Ifonemsn. from each carry of the thing other of that city know the''fact' ,we' 'hope they. ,win'"apply'.. 1'TIieNewT: .e tk cowcapohdeht of' bSavan: ,. and then freshening up, continues 'its swindling national oMe i ,if ft, .was.perpetrated.. <
.. the proper, remedy. : ., ._ a act., and-- -tt-,-, TlN\"ta.." ,." ._. __u.***
,. states wilt 'go Jn on' his own ho L" I will ( nan Juofng4veIrs says; rorcejrom<< ,'the, ,sea,,till sometimes 9 or 10,o'clock. should *accrue" tqi,the i nation* ,;* ,at'w& lUll'largoWgoYerument'js ; MAOV: o f ,
makeAfth-prcferi: two or more.frome ch THE FOURTll'OF' night. -To what' Uattributail
state. g i ,- JULY. ':'The'Bloomers are to kare a great time hew : ause *,'thij difference to practice robbery, we'eerioai-' 1
.-ever-glorious anniversary ,passed, over, in in'September"They in the two contiguous sections of the coast? :May :li, JfcttojbgWrigiU,the;plunder to/prM
:"Stand aie :
{5 ye not idle all,the.day" when 'ourWD : tp'fiold a PforalFestivalat uIar-
town'with lea than the : 1ki'b simply! thediffereneoin individuals or to : '
usual ,
our demonstration : the(extent of land I :; .particnlar section %
country can be so greatly benefited by : the, Tabernacle}all dressed the "
\ in the neV co
Uttla-Ubor and little expenditure. As this No oration*. *o meetings dinners-no speeches, cotume and surface producing the,action .Tbe'Peiil:, iuIs.,Iifrom thatwi'boi'i ntajEspecialldoj9bj01nlike .

has been, :propos elsewhere, I'will use:the' -r&ut? there Was iu jovening excursion. on'_board theWe1aka'wbkh'wuinjoyd .rward'walk hl'ProceaOa.-! 125 to l50mflee, in brcadthl j, The,alternate ot1he'Mufcao r wh cb&Ja

11-- "- .came gna ure. ,Tours truly, ''Cotot ; ; it1' much test' .Although V7on'ttherebesooefuiiiftheyshouldailempt, action'''of heat and cold.Ini: producing the 'effect must.i" }T 'ehareofthebIowan4 expenit ,.
we '
April 1st : we paved,the:dav BO soberly and quietly, I. The t ? iheaishonorVwe; : hate ;fid/ '
; : \ : opposition to them seWto msi the then; is confined"to 1 naif.the &bo...'dfat& c of sur never will have '1
share .
we yield to none in true devotion to the greatpr1n.cIpIe ,any of the profit; .
c-a. f : : .qniterttvag 'Mrs. face manifesting Itself centrei :
AyOiitgenUemenj" j which commemorates.; ( : GOT,: Nichols J a crom the each way'::. Commenting on. this affair. th'e* Tt'it' '

.kII!id..al&a, tayshethonght, describing h.wu the golngto effects he of, -.f ., '..r.r1'rcAnIacendsz7sttcmpt- i (aaicnline-femininity, l lectured:the other night dividing the breezes thus created from the central I Herald of Fddal'.a1a?"';" ,T*> 7

:TtII.01 a band of masks, for! fifteen.minutes apW4 *- tha i was made a shorttima'afo ind took' high 'groundj! She 'terms-th"'doD:" line_to the ,East ,andjothe WesV thut.1 lessening "Thtre'is airouble evfdentlj;,toewl !
to.fire ance'oci.j.uMoxa. ,
to be swimming. in a tea of rose leaves with ; the creative,power, and delAying'tbe Washington whIohp.ffesa u
.. ; niogthe.nwstyid', "The Aneaii'Fe'mles'Declaratton a' : .sffectlytbo number ofof].- -;
a blue eyed angel. This soon changed.hesays to -SL: 1Irailme: At ward of 1500 Is offeredby ., Umitationoftlieerei.ti"ml&D&-.l1 clans, including ::
- mernbersofthecai,1nt.
i'a delirium of peaeock fth trI, in which bis' brains* & 'Mfffis&ti&9peon ,jof') depenen''Tb1ikOftbtjrtico1netjofl ; ; > : t'' ? rrc tIi ," ;*
of the incendiary/ Ji&ven -.r' :; e Preaideoc
; ;,1 where T l anll0llltrisomething TIa*
mixed this ,.
got with low necked se
up: frosks,musk luggested'as aeause., -
'and and we hope he will -be caught'and,convicted : :'iirith .
-: melody that he baa fed on flutes ever since Such an occurrence is rare in the ancient city:'"->* ire'of thesternireeac may weh:'pantaloons trembte. .-,:'and. 1 but non.boW,otno, .other it ,;to account fortlie phwome i : dcrstandinjrtainaxingly.in this bualnatMt(':Itsisjnlxediupjww pnnla; *

Certalply cannot be accounted for by the. money and politic,;and claims 4n.aco'BicU**


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Klidates fctjae, Presidency, and fata ear. _Wa hesitate popata>
tad forgery, a&omdU* route and honest following ToltbZ Ia4guap *&art,only per. ABOUT THE ST..JOSH'S RIVER. .FFI !

>J and probably pretty -waseu toOj wUt.larrflftd cuadcd do so In bops ofgwttiQnf ,our readers -T :' dlt ).b1 offenb : i 191mqW- x _= ,.k ..,,1 l .. *"* .ffaOK .. .
nndeatandiBg all connection wlth"lUih men as
as against
comprehension or .
el *At Gap present the whole matter is as:obscure- Garrison, Wright.and .Thompsonwhose ram, :- services r tcrthe_poblic in gen :, J .TJ: I jTteeived.from Few:,York;atsnppljlejTyr alto rr ;-, it' r ,,. .

a ewfoand1and-fog i. but we:hope 4to see pant abolition is only. caver to the bUckeatinfidelity.1 : !era!,together witb"hts Tcsselth'eSchooner r ,end btaer,materials Stable for J'i\Printing, after th"iJOfh.i6t\:cmia;' tL'l-]
; 'weTauehr *- ** l, .:* lri. it"J: ,,-**n '*- MAHYt freight of departure"of the steam: packet _: ... ,
melieht shedupnltbr} and bye : 11T1 ::we are bOW pre: td t4 execute. ;af thersHortest no-; ,
IhV-ttfMrs trail kinds:we 'r.tpldly..ap- One of the speakers at the late AnlliSlavery John's or passenger and Nassau to any "J'l.C place1 'or Al places alone the St.': tire;W kinds ot,-' .;. "' "." '" 1\f\ ir'rN,O 'L .
*> I
that will N. is th'.roDowingt>
scot Convention at Syracuse Yn .reported to
foadUJifrli Washington ,_ "
ces, if required,to"wit: Sb )farTa. BL Augustine, FaapUrtsCirealara,, Can P. 'iELTY
il'or' the
have delivered himself fpllows :, ,
the cabinet 'ani, ; Savannah,':and Charleston;:on U.reasonable termsas ,Law,Blank, BflBd Bills, '
: conatr ., _We'trnsrtLat' 'If it were asserted that'the Bible auctioned can.be: carried. .>. T BatlAeas Carlo, UMW Bill,- From S .:aini h Palatka;will be TUESDATlt

r. FiUmore.,who I* au honest man: and one slavery, he would say'the Bible 'icas a lie. If JOn T1 OMPSON. Visiting Cards, Bills. .! La4tn{, arriving SATURDAY, connection'with they'. '

p ho"meaus, to do well, will brace himself up, it was said that God sanctioned it, he would Jacksonville, J'ilJj 5,1851: 'tt Labels- ke., lEe., fcc team Ships .

. } hd out the truth of these 1'11mors..ftnd nseer- saythere rras no God, and he Would leave the Q&'AU; Kilt for work of,1u kind,to M paid on FLORIDA AND AZtABAIKA, "t t

[in whstnhe facts re,lly are in this curious priesthood to settle_the question when he was For Sale, Jeli otry. Jane 14. For New York. ,She will continue to leave en

ttrine8Mlv' Curtis, formerly a member olbigress ( called upon to reverence the Bible more than LARGE 61 octave well toned PIANOFORTE, I Tuesdays throughout the 0' j,

. ..from this city, is an intelligent and the Constitution. He would not do it; and if A of European manufacture; also, a fine Violin To Post masters-Post Office year,
",t,.: so very shrewd, rain-who would not com-I he was asked to reverence God mare than man, and Guitar Wedhalm, maker. Stamps. Carrying the United States :Mail. .

.k hnicate intelligence to the government with lie rrould demur, because he thought the only Apply to J. H.McRORY, Jr. undersigned,Postmaster Pleasant Grove For Freight Etpgementsor Passage hsTug.

.,' ht be ing well assured there was some foundatn way to reverence God, was for man to love his July 5. tf THE han Co. Maryland,was the first person, superior accommodations State ,Rooms, 4c,.-... ,

..it' for it. There'will be an explosion about brother. He judgtid of a man's reverence for in the U. S. who conceived and undertook extensively apply to the Captain on board,or to *,'r ,

..t" l e dnyy/tolook out and stand from under.3Lost truth, joticeRnd for God,' by his reverencefor Floats. to publish the idea of supplying all post offices I'ERSA. DEZ. BISBEE &: CO., ",

tr K. humanity. He feared notnmgfor rnity.Let .- TIrE UNDERSIGNED, as the Agent of Hon. with cheap stamps. AU stamps made by him Agents at Jacksonville, or to' t
:1 tt rbJ1J. his namebe written down on the record of L. YCLCE'offers for sale are warrented equal or superior to any other that M. A. COHEN, ,
elc.DrapJJt antiquity, as one that was loved and reverenced Five Thousand The Hundred and Fifty Acres of can be procured at the same price, aDd whenever Agent at Savannah. j
cent out in defective
", by his brother nnd he would abide the conse LAND, any are shall any way forwarded or Savannah Juno 3, 1851.jSrThis v
,duplicates be on notice with-
.... Sapp..ed of a Steamer. quences. He real sick of praying and singing, in fractions of 40, 80, or 160 acres; to be located on out charge. AU who order a set of straps WITH Steamer will leave Jacksonville for:"

". New OELKAKS, July 2. and all sorts of hypocrisy.. "-N. Y. PresbyleTbe any of the public lands in the State of Florida,sub- CHANGE rent' DATES, at Two ;Dollars only-(lor Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 0'. *> I

Maria Burt left Galveston ject to entry at the Land Ot ee. thirty pieces--8hall be kept in stamps adlibitnm. clock, until further notice. -,- --0'
J |The steamship JOSEPH FINEGAN. Address "Post Master, Pleasant Grove, Allegany June 7. -
the:24th ult, and is supposed to be lost with Jacksonville June 28, 18SL tf Co.'Md.n'' _
The Earthquake Shock at Saa Francisco. editor the above and thianotice .
Gal Any publishing ,( )
The steamer Pampero.left
, Ion board. A correspondent of the New York Sun, writing Notice is Hereby Given, 3 times,and sending a copy of paper, shall receive Masonry, Bricklaying, &:c. .
::; ston on the 29th, ud arrived\ here yesterday.Th I at 4 o'clock on the afternoon of the 5th rays: application will be made to the Judge of pay in WOOD LETTERS;whenever twice the amountof -
: About b&lf-pa18 o'clock this morn'our city THAT Eastern Circuit Florida, by the petition the Bill is ordered:-or;preferred, a wood engraving Thebant &
sai Ceremonies at the CaplULWASHITOTOX was startled by the shock of an earthquake! Men of John Thompson and Harriet his wife, on the will be furnished, to order, or,an engraved Crosby

eyed July 4. issued from the shaking houses into the streets in 28th day of July next, at 10 L m., at his Chambers newspaper head, and design, of the value of Five mAKE this method of informing the Public that
const rnation. at fct. Augustine, for authority to sell all the Dollars._June 14, 1851.A J. they are prepared to execute all kinds of Masonry
I 4 The great event of laying the corner stone of Hundreds were without meat and money, almost right, title and interest of their infant children in Bricklaying, Plastering, Ac; in a good and .
extension of the Capitol bos transpired. without clothes. The boarders at Jones' Hotel and and to a certain Lot of Land, situated in said New VOLUME Ann CHEAP POSTAGE. workmanlike manner. They are well known to ""
it'r e the Oriental were at breakfast. and so violent was county of Duval, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to the Public as competent mechanics and reference '
..A Iio day has been most propitious and the oc- tho shock, that they rushed from the table into the Charles Wflley, in trust AaGEORGE GRAHAM'S is given to work already executed in Jacksonvitt '

t sion improved by thousands who have taken I street, overturning every thingin their way. FAIRBANKS, and its Yieinit,. The experience they have had In
i i" the The wharves trembled like aspen leaves, and the June 28,1851. 4t Att'yfor Petitioners. American monthly Magazine. the erection of Sugar Boiler Furnaces, will recom-
tJ. e opportunity of witnessing august cere- I frame buildings adjoining vibrated some eight or mend them to the planters of Florida .

any of laying the corner stone. I ten inches. The briek buildings were BO violently I. Administrator's Notice. TITE congratulate our subscribers, who ref !UP* All orders from the interior thanfully received
1 shaken as to induce the belief that they would fall Y'ceiTe their books by mail, upon the and puKctnally,attended fa Their cham. '-
E tile Webster's oration wan nearly two hours : to the ground.The NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That four change in the rates of postage upon periodicals. will always be moderate.Jacksonville *..

t+" ng, written out, and lead from his nnnu- shock lasted, but one instant, but that was Charles F. Fitehett from date, Judge, I shall of Probate apply to of the Alachna Hon. After the first of July the postage on Graham's Jane 7. 1851. ly' .

ript in the presence alan immense concourse long enough to cause the most exciting alarm.- county, for an Order to sell th, real estate belong. Magazine will be but
The effect seemed to be from southeast to nothwestand
ing to the estate of Thomas Clary, deceased, to pay masonry, Bricklaying, Plaster:
"t persons. was Fsnsibly felt for a distance of two or three 2X CENTS UNDER 500 MILES
the debts of said estate, 'and to make distribution in?, Ac.THE .
4- miles. 5 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES.We .
the heirs of mid deceased
r in Baltimore-Tile few ('oo ,t1tll- takes this method of
if Tery confidently look for a greatly increased the public that he is
' ready
tlou, JLc.:: Women and ancin: June 28 1851. 4t
r circulation through the mail at these do
BALTIMORE July C. We know that we nave published the following at Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering Stucco-
; cast half a dozen times within many years, butt ICE! ICE rates,and trust that our old friends, the PostMasters Work, &c., &c. He will furnish titans and

It'," The nationnl anniversary pissed off yester- looked se fresh and funny yesterday, as we were SUBSCRIBER possesses a Receipt to ena- Will oblige us in making the fact drawings, when desired by persons for whom

911Jt Kj in fine style and without accident. All running over our exchanges that we thought we rUE any person to make lee, in any climate, available in their respective post-towns. he is engaged to execute woik,.without extra -

in number in Baltimore Jail would give it another sen -offi It is almost needless i with but little expense or trouble. The process is With the next number of "Graham"we commence charge. He is well known to the citizens of
., debtors (24 )
to say that the humorous yarn was spun by simple, and can be accomplished by the most lime a new volume, this number being the Jacksonville as a competent mechanic, and
4, Mere liberate at 12 o'clok on Thur&d;ly night, Lever the facetious author of Charles O'MaHey. I ited understanding, so as to produce from even asr of volume thirty-eight of the work. The work he has performed already for citizens

tf Biler the New Constitution. They fired 100 The Bloomers may take a hint from it, and partlyon : warm water in the hottest climate a pure ice, equalin 002 continued, and still increasing support of of the place, he refers to as an additional evidence .
their account we give the extract a place :-Ptcaytiae. every essential to that formed by natural causes. the American to this
public Magazine, encour- of his qualifications.
: ;us and had: a grind torch light procession. The luxury of always having at one's. will in the
to renewed efforts to make this favorite
% I believe a woman would do a great deal for a beat of summer, a pure and delicious ice, will readi ages us rr Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering
i _?:?,..> Robberies at tae Norfolk :'avy Yard.cor.For.xi lance," mid Dr. Growling: they are immensely ly be conceded ; and its advantages in cases or monthly all respects worthy of its reputa- also furnishedJOHN IVERS.

: July 3. fond of altatory motion. I remember once in my sickness, cannot be too greatly prized. By this tion of being N.B.ToPlantershewoaldsaJhehasmuckexperianco
IIj life I used to flirt with one who was a great favorite same process warm water can be rendered deli ht- The Organ of American Talent.
yi. Large quantities of stolen copper, iron and in town where I lived, and confide fully cold in about 5 minutes, and ice creams, with in putting up Sugar Batteries, and
provincial The volume will embrace the
tie have been in and other luxuries, can be made in from 10 to 20 new writingsof solicits work in that line, confident that he can
if 1|her materials from NtYY1:1rJ ed to me she had no stockings to appear many most of the authors of established reputation give the amplest satisfaction. Charges moder

>an-1 in the possession of J. A. Spiulding: he without them"her presence at the ball was out of minutes.The following -notice of this great discovery is who havo uniformly contributed to its ate. J. I.

:- iirdtrsre dealer, and D.S.Chiney. tinuer,both1ft' That question.was a hint for you to buy the stockings," taken from the New York Sun : pages, and while new names will continue to be Jacksonville, May 31, 1851. ly

:spwiable citizens of Portsmouth. They have said Dick. "A Real Luxury.-Dr. James R. Wilmington added to the already long list of favorites, a

arrested wallas named' Wilber ) "No; you "re out" said Growling. She knew produces,by an artificial process,pure and solid fee, greatly increased quantity of reading will be Administration Notice,
rr *n (ts a man : herself but she could in the heat of in lea In the number shall
that I was as poor as ; though from warm water, rammer, given July we commence
i c il held to bail to answer the charge of being not rely on my purse, she had every confidence in than: half an hoar. And he can render a barrel of THE OCEAN BORN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That'ab:
with thieves. my taste and judgment and coinulted me on a plan water as cold as ice itself in a very few minutes.- from the date hereof. I shall apply
Ces501j abe formed for going to the ball in proper twig.- This discovery mast be ortuuunwe value to all living A TALE OF THE SOCTHEEN SEAS. to the Honorable Judge of Probate of Du- .

\ow what do you think itwas?" South" A powerful sea story, from the pen of S. A. val County, for letters of Administration on
1 Terrible Tragedy in ViegInia.Rtcuxosn' To go in cotton I suppose," returned Dick. TERMS.: -This receipt 'which contains foil in Godman Esq. of South Carolina. the Estate of John Beardenlate of said county,

:' : VA.' July 4. "Out again sir-you'd never guess it; and only structions for making ice and ice creams, cooling G. P. i.James will continue his contribu- deceased. ELIJAH PETTY. ,>

F. A man named Williams!, who had elo- a woman could have hit upon the expedient.! It water, and numerous other useful matters, will be tions, and will furnish during the next.six May 31 1851. 6wAdmiuistrahonNtitice. :! ,. .
young ladies in full dress ,
" was the fashion in those days for forwarded to order for Two Dollar bv addressing months a novel of some length written "
. with the daughter of R. G. Morris of Am- to wear pink stockings, and she proposed paintingher Dr. JAS. R. WILMINGTON, for Graham's, Magazined expressly ',

4 Tst. was attacked _by the brother of the girl legs: ?* 122 Naaan tt:, New York. _
"rAla mg-u r ieg5:- ..r.J1'eula.imed' fiWw o/Bp1..dihluetratwns: TVT OTICB
wilt De in each eonsty ISBEREBY'GlVEN.;. That Bix
only appointed
lte'Yohm.werc One Agent
id other in Nelson county: relied ?.
said the Doctor. "and sue
"Fact sir, upon ; and those desiring the agency must forward 950, are now in the hands of onr artists, which will XI Weeks from the date hereof, I shall apply
ely used by all the parties, and Morris and me"And for telling it her?" asked lithe Durfy.cheat was, successful. for which they will receiv 37 copies of the pamphlet surpass 'any thing to tm found elsewhere in to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Duval- '

[ill were instantly kiHeX The brother of "Don't was be in a hurrry, Sam. I complied on one containing fun instructions.June Monihly,Magazines. No expense will ba spared ,county for Letters of Administration xm the estate .

I. iHUms was also mortally wounded. condition, namely-that I should be the painter." 28. 1m to meet the largest expectations of the pub- of Charles S. Smith, late of said county, '

"Oh, you old rascal!"' mid Dick.; Florida House :For Bent. lie in this department of'Graham.' deceased, CHARLES SUMMERS.

''It Prom tkr Savannah. Daily Gtorgia ti. "A capital bargain said Durfy. THE above well known HOTEL, situated ., OUR PARIS FASHIONS May 24,1851. '6.Admlalstratoi" -
added the
safe attorney.
"But not
, NEW YOKE, July 3 ). "Don't interrupt me, gentlemen"said the doctor.: in the city of St Augustine, being in we shall continue to furnish, in addition to

Cotton has advanced 18e. aales to-day 1500 .'1 got some rose pink accordingly, and I defy all perfect order, is for rent, for one or more other highly finished engravings, from the '. Notice.

lwj"J. the hosiers in Nottingham to make a tighter fit than years, with or without the furniture. hands of the very best artists. IS HEREBY GIVEN That BIX
fl.I. A. H. COLE. NOTICE ,
t;' I! did on little Jenny; and a prettier pair of stockings Jane 14,1851. from date r
Rice is quoted at 3.to. 3)2. I All Post Masters and Editors are authorized shall apply to the .
naver saw. to act as agents-to whom specimen copies Hon.Judge of Probate Duval county, for :
!i. Flour has advancel $%. "And she"went to the ball? said Dick. SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. will be furnished, desired. final discharge from the Administration the ,
,: Other articles are unchanged. "She"And the trick succeeded?" inquired Durf'y. TERMS: Estate of Solomon Huffingham, late of acid.; ;
takes this .
IIE SUBSCRIBER opportunityto
"that several county of Duval deceased. '
"So said the doctor, T ,
's1.. completely inform the of Lone Staple $3 annum. 2 copies for $5 d copies for .
Her from California.tJTiral of the Prome- ladies asked her to recommend her dyer to them.- planters per ; toM. B. ROSS, Adm'r. -:
Un Cotton that he still continues the manufacture $10: 11 copies for $20. For $10 we will tend
dance -
tx you see what a woman will do to go to a May 10,,t851. Cmtxecntor's ,._'.
: NEW YORC, July 3d. Poor little Jenny! she was a merry m.inx-by they of the latest improved BOLLER HORSE GINS, the Magazine for 5 years to one person.

: The Prometheus arrived to :1:1y'f > she boxed my ears that night for a joke I made double and single, at his _usual rates and is Address __ GEO.:R. GRAHAM, L
steamship about the stockings. 'Jenny,' said I, for fear your ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. No. 134 Chestnut st.,Philadelphia.May Notice.

;; m Nicaragua, with 200 passengers and Cal- stockings should fall down when you are dancing, For the reputation of the Gins, apply to the 24, 1851.; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1'haaix
bad katTnt ymt better let ne paint a pair of garters 4 o ornia dates (o the 30th. The Tennessee .> following Agents, or to apply the, '
PROSPECTUS OF THE Hon. Judge of Probate of Dnv.l 'fora "<
rived at Panama: with 2)6 millions of dollars use : county, I
r op'THE 'SOUTH. final discharge from the Administration of the '
Q gold. The Northerner and New Orleans ar- \ urine 0urna1.PORT Estate of John Yeomans, late ot said county of
i ived at Panama on the 3d June. The former Villalonga &: Acosta, Centerrillage,Ga. UNDERSIGNED Committee of Pub- Duval, deceased. .
B. R. Beaufort, S. C. a --
ith six hundred thousand dollars in gold, and OF JACKSONVILLE, JULY 12. Scott Capt.&: DeVeaux Bythewood, Charleston, S. C. THE on the part: of theMuscogee and ) WM. B. ROSS. Zx'r.May .
10,1851. Cm
''t:; at htter with four hundred thousand. Tison &: Harris, Ocala E. Florida. Russell Agricultural Society, respectfully invite -

., The burnt district at San Francisco and The U.S.MaiiSteamerSLMatthewaarrivesat Fernandez. Bisbee &: Co., Jacksonville, B. F public attention to the following Prospectus Dissolution and Formation ore
Journal be in
Palatka E. F. of a Monthly published _
, tocktou has nearly been built up again. The Jacksonville every Sunday, from Savannah, R.S.Hoyt R.Dukes& Co., Savannah, Ga. this ,city, under the auspices; of the above Copartnership. :

'{ eople do not appear to be disheartened, 'and and leaves every Tuesday.U. S. L.Niblack & Co.,-Alligator,E. F. named Association. .
S. Mail Steamer Magnolia arrives evey The work will be devoted to the interests of Copartnreship heretofore existing un-
- ostness is likely to be successful Lartinger &: Harris Elizabethtowc Lowndes THE
very ,
Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves Agriculture and Horticulture, Domestic and the firm of CURETON, TITUS &
r t etson. Agricultural prospects are encoura- very Friday. County, Ga. Rural Economy. Under these several heads HARRIS, is this day dissolved by mutual con. '

rjr lag..f Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday, from ALSO, will be included all that concerns the culture sent.

. The Indian difficulties coiitinue in the North avannah, and leaves on Saturday. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the Crops,the inprovement of the Soil, the management I CURETON, TITUS & HARRIS. -

'!7. Test portion 0: the State and on the coast. but Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons wanting of the Farm, the Garden,the Orchard, Jacksonville Dec.20th, 1850. (Jan4)
i 1tIt. Monroe on Monday, and returns on ThursdayTaken Gins, or Gins repaired, please direct to Flower Yard, and the House-Keeper's depart-
. a ie commissioners are reported to have been Agents,or to S. L BURNS, ment. In their connexion with the interests of The business heretofore condcuted by for _

< |ry successful in pacifying them. Custom House. St. Mary's, Georgia. the Soil, the other industrial Pursuit of the aboved named firm will be henceforward con
tie Records of the
'{ The' fires have had"bat little effect dn the from May 31,1851.:) 6m land, will receive their appropriate attention. ducted bj and under the finn of

i Entered. The "Soil of the 8o th" will be under the CURETON & TITUS. .
;';: rket. Auction houses are doing the best 5.-Sch. Blooming Youth, Collins St.Augustine. Notice. editorial supervision of Charles A. Peabody, Jacksonville, January, 1851.

Cosiness of any. Boots, shoes, and clothing Cleared. Bsqr, and Col.James M. Chambers. Mr. Pea-

h Ii;' ive declined ten per cent. 2.-Brig Judge Whitman. Lewis, N.Y. SIX accounts MONTHS and after vouchers date:we,,as ehall administratrix present our body has been for two years connected with the OLD IKON, 'BRASS & coripEg
1 Agricultural Press, and is equally distinguished "
Brig Olive Kelly, Navy Err.
the estate of John Stand-
err Dan Later frm Emrope -Aniral of the 5.-&h.Abdel Kader Pearee, Philadelphia. and administrator as a Practical and Scientific' Farmer and
Battle. Indian Biver.In 11 tate of Alachna county and State of Florida, Chambers is one of the .
It' 9. Sch. Mary Ann Gattia,. Gardener. Cat most TJERSONS having old,Iron,Brass or Cot-Mr r
.' NEW Yon:. July 5th. decd: to the Hon. Judge' of Probate of said intelligent and successful Planters in the South. JL which they wish to dispose of will find '.
and the ,
final settlement t at same
;f The.Baltic arrived today witb Liverpool Circuit Court county time we, for shall a apply to said court for letters of They will be assisted the by an able corps Farmers of Contributors and- ready Bale for all they; can bring, at the- Fotrx- ,
t f lUestothe25thulk the administration of said Es- among ; DRY, Jacksonville, Fla., and receive liberal
; '.' EASTERN CIRCUIT, .OF.FLORIDA.B discharge from Planters of the Land. prices for the name' .

Cotton was very dull,and prices hadSales decli- "| Chancery.Matilda :: tate. All persons DICY interested STANDLY are desired Admi'z...to'take Each :number ,will contain sixteen pages of GEORGE MOONEY Pro 'ictor.'- 0
notice. size printed with new type on superior '
eel quarto i 7.
an eipt'h. May tf .
Ann Wflford, ) 8EBRON..STANDLY Admn'rNewnanaville
and furnished to subscribers at
i on the 25th, 5,060 tales. TS. .,,.. ,'}' BILL,FOB DTVORCE. E. Fla. April ,1851. '. white paper, which
Wilford."a ; ') .' the; rate of One per anum, must
Daniel NOTICE.
.Sales since the Africa left bales of
20,000 advance.r _
ain,. to the satisfaction of the Court that ,Thirty :Dollars>! Reward. be paid_in ; ti
clf Exporters took>> four thousand. Fair STEAM S4W.II1LLFOBS LE -
; Daniel WOford resides beyondthe authorized to act
the Defendant, .RANAWAY from the subscriber,residing Post Masten'ue as
.eaaa is quoted at- #d. Middling 5}(d. limits of the State of Florida,'so that the ordinary in Orange county,' Fla; on the Agentsand they may retain ''ID'th'elr hands rrH SUBSCRIBER offers for sal on res.sonabletermblsSTE4MSAlt.M :

:Hour adv&nced sixpence. process eanapt of1VK.TeIt be served Eeq upon, Solicitor him for Complainant. t. ::26th May last a negro man named JOHN, iwenty-fire 'per c cent, of.all subscriptions collected rAND j

Wheat! active at one to two advance. On motion for whom the above reward'will be given by them; OT if they: prefer it, a copy of M.4CBINEBY.af.. Carey's Da.valcountyj .
,pence in St. Augustine, or secured inany will be to one twelve months ; Florida. T >iorsepower
Corn J 1 Ordered >That a hearing 'be had'on the if delivered to me the Work sent any e'Engtne-'iI'20, \
steady. .. bets u charged inihe Complainant Bill at the.De- jail where I may het bbIi. John is black, a- jatuitously, who will remit font names with 10 inch cjlruder,3 feet stroke, and 2 ,

il' Caz: 1w Rice'eighteen and six pence.. eember Term next of the Circuit Court to be bold-_ bout 5 feet f inches h fah, 30 yean of age, and limps fourdollars., r boilers, 24 feet long; '36 in. diameter; all in ..
Copes '' and for the of Columbia; in his rait.' He will probably try to reachSavalmah. order and immediate
4alL. en at Alligator,In county DOUGLAS DUflMBTT. must be addressed complete ready for cse.It 'I
bat copy of this order b Gwols o : pied a tf a corn attached The Engine .,
6H to 86H
M. William Chambers Publisher
the law directs; tar Jeflp or three Boatha: : Jane post paid, to and Machinery win be80tdsepan.te"Udesiud.POI' .
Manchester trade active. .DOUGLAS,J'4c..' : or"The Soil of the South," Columbus Ga.'
CXOTHWG; STORE. terms, apply tome atPalatka or tomy 4
7 ,
IfEW .
: : > "VAN,LEONARD "
The frigate StLawrence arrived at:Lisbon. A true copy:, f Jas.B. Cole. vl-
Test. S-BCAEBOEOCGII. Clerk. ,MODE '1t. his opEiisd anew CLOTHING: B.A ,WARE' agent, ,. i
iW Commissioners reported .against' thee SmC J : GOODS stORE.on' street A. H. COLE_
r -: July_13,185 .AND; DRY Bay :, ', :J.ZLHUBT, Pab.ttaI'ta'-iMa71ol --. -*._ 'i&rr.r.. < **
steamers ''running ..frontWest of ":flDUX.*" of,Mr.J, FInoegsns t S d" fTTmllT Committee of.Publication.''; t
citizens ,of Jacksonvffle and the i-
{Ireland to America. :lIamIiil '1atate."j J. tnrfoundlng invites,,the eountry epae; and,see:for them ,, Columbus, Ga,-,.April- .. 26., 18it.: +,. Executor's,'Notice' ; : ;
: '
K The receipts at the Great Exhibition up.to .racr .f St.'Jalim..,.. .** Market tit.we. selves. You will pontitftljr buy your>> goods in thisnew ...- -
> store cheaper than everyou did, m Jackson EXec1lt rta Bfotice. months after date I will apply t& u.. -
I the 25tn .' SIX
. amounted? to tkirty4wd hundred l. MODE.-
Probate of -
IODTille btre >ttobtbi'aftet ,date'J, wilt apply to. the Judge of Dun1CM1atrJ'Iori.cfa'ror ::
and Dealers .
pooh *MUSICAL CO, Importem,lH.T uJttwts,'of JuMli,'18SL' toTUST SIX. Judge of Probate: of Duval county,Florida, '. :: discharge from the Executorship of: 1 .

ThePru able of the EeclesbsUeal fit!*Bill deseriptioB;woolenl and reUiL .:BECEIVEP-A frean.lot.,of choice to be discharged from the Executorship";of the the late VII'and' Testament. Stephen 1.EQ. 4 ..,. -

PaesaltheIIonseofCcmtoolsa. : i F .. '.'.-> .1r '. every. ,Complete'B anda furnished. aDd,Da1m auppUedN J' Goshen Butter, .Mackerel, Fulton lit. Will and Testament of Martha Tison, deed_fI. I.book, deceased.. _' -i.".. .
A PU&eol1agration took!place at Arcnanone NewY4rk PdC5 \. 'L, --, .,-, H: ;Ham : : ft atthestoreor .,PENELOPE. TISON E_ ldri%. WILLIAM EUBANB. J E z'r.
cl : ia; traduced and filly houses were : J. H.WK.% Jr., o Market Bee- fjMessPor reb:1: th"j 1 ; yo4vife't'Jan.11s1851? %, ; rr faro
.. ; ::: ;; M'CUEN'.k CQ . ..."... -.: .
Ia3t.. ct. -p '
JackKwrnBe : ) i > .j.' '
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,ur'I ..J, zirflENEwsIs : : : .' Ji :'A GREATNAfl .WORK! jHfcw; and ":Iflwiioil Arrival, I -u S j' 'reUs IAviaM4fl- !. :':'ti I)Vt I J 'tv 1l.f.WJ'toS., ':1.u. }t':" OR'f:1." .,tk t:. ,
: tSf rL f 1f
I I I published SATURDAY Jackson- ,WASH:! : rwurOiii QT "
ever/ J. IVIH ctmiiot .fa ant ,triIi1i13I31BER .
of i -
1.' f yiU.. D the Countjof Dav_ U'tad Stato of Florida FROjf STUARTS"'PA1NTINGrT'1llS MOST;CELEBRATED'v FALL:AND WINTER GOODS-, J I Apri12.1: :n "IIiO:.-t,. "" ... .(' 1 t ca- tt1 ,....b...:... .LI.: r/brnitfVdtfceW i wonia>>f7acWriJ Ttinajaii) |

/f > -1 .' -.. "' ,' snrrotindiirg coanlry75haf h,hitfT
'I # CHARLES BYRNE. ti ) IH r ,' "T------- : .
.x large magpiffeeatrtJLL TOTKAIT *- lJ1 and oftenfor S f *
: .L orWA8llh2iGTOL from the burin ; r has reduced nowon new and :BL .'WMt Smith & tf. O'Brien .DIiiECT.FBOMNEJV' ]li-. '" ,
I of an American artist, is .considered by all,who :L. sale at very prices;a Teneriffe '
schooner choice
: FELH[LIVINGSTON, Editor.Tntti selected stock of Fall and,Winter Goods, ATTORNEYS'AT per *
: have seen it, to be one of the most beautuul specimens well ,
I 4 7. S of art ever published, and a correct likeness comprising. every. .article :in the .Dry Goods ALLIGATOR COLOMBIA'Cotnrrr;EAST FLORIDA.: Dry' Goods, Groceries;'. I.
t" I -1'ERUS, of Washington. ::The site of the plate is 18 by 28 line with..an assortment Fancy Articles, selected ,.
J' S Dottjuts PER AH RUM, in' ADTAKCC. inches, which will make a handsome picture for the from the most'-Fashionable'. Hot '.- M. Whit SmIth Office' at Alligator. .Ware, Crockery,. &c., 't
parlor and should be in the hands of 'American :. M.OmBnienOCeat N ewnADSfilto.IIay3118)1 '
I.. I j jj"AdveiUementswIUbeiuerted on the follow citiien., j every He has made,,arrangements to have goods: ar his tf which he offers., for.sale.at.,the ,1 .ei :
S ) .
S which will enable him to keep
I \ Ii It is a correct copy from Stuart's celebrated original rive weekly, 5 #; FOB CASH ,OE,COUNThY piow
lag-terms: .5
S4fl. t at the State House Hartford stock complete
: I One dollar per tqnare oftwelre lines and under Conn. Thankful for the patronage has received, S McIntosh at the store formerly o capledb,:K;'i

fH for the first Insertion, and 75 cents for etch subse It iI finely engraved and printed on superior he assures his old friends that they can find just McQueen Harrison, Bay street. Particular attsi..

insertion. Toyearly advertisers a liberal discount plate paper. That it may be within the means of what they want'at'the Brick Store, at prices I ATTORNEY AT L A, W t S called to his. large and elegant_'aiLa ...

t : qutnt win'be: made.HP all, the publisher has reduced the price to ONE that cannot fail to suit. He would say to thos e I 'TTTILL, attend the Circuit Courts In the' die ,Bonnet*,-- .

\ J! ': All advertisements most be paid for before( in- DOLLAR.S CF" All persons remitting the amount, may rely who intend purchasing thatheis! always well assured ready- W Eastern.Circuit:_ ; the United States I of the latest and mOIst approved styfi.'\ i.
receiving a perfect return of mail 'and willing to show hisgoodsfeeling District Court at Augustine; the Supreme isli. Also tobisbeantIfu1sckofGENTLEME1V'S, -"'* C'
i J seruon,unless by a regular customer. By referring upon copy by The BtOCkCOflSiStS .
ascertained to any part of this United States, (carefully put upon that they cannotbebeat. Court at Tallahassee ;.and prnicute>> Claims for HATS
r- \ to IM terms,the requisite sum may be 'rollers made for the purpose,) free of postage in part ofColored citizens in any part Florida! against; the Government READfrL *
and transmitted with the advertisement. Address all orders, (postpaid) to the Publi hcr. and black silks ; Plain and Figured Washington, either before Congressor ,CLOTHING, SOOTS, 8HOE8 .

iO Advertisements not marked with the number S JOHN S. TAYLOR, of every quality'; English, French:and American at the Departments. Call and examine before, purcaaiiatiJ
insertions required,will be continued until forbid Bookseller and Publisher,143 Nassau-st, N.Y. Prints; "Jenny Lind" Ball Dresses; White and Blue where. D. M5CUES']?r?
Jacksonville East Florida.
: 5. and Delano nADDRESS, "*
S July Embroidered Crape Shawls; Cashmere Jacksonville May 3 18)1.) .'
q I and charged for.CPFive Shawls ; Worked Collars; Worsted Hoods; Plain May 11, 1850) tf '-4
l dollars will be charged for all announceme PROSPECTUS QF THE a ndFiguiedCatsimersCloths; ; Y"'lin&; Green and .
: candidate for office. BIneBeraze for veils:White and Red Flanels;Scotch Plantation and lUllI-Slte itt
its SOIL OF THE SO TU. Diaper; Kentucky Jeans;Kerse.,'.; Tweeds; White Oscar Hart, Sale.MI .
One for Six Month., $10 00 .
square, x t Silk and Colored Handkerchiefs at every price ; Ladies
I .. 'Itf Notice to Debtors and Creditors, t x 7 00 UNDERSIGNED, aCommitteeofPub and Gents Neck Ties; Fringe; ,Gimp and But- 42'TOJZNEYATL4W, WILL DISPOSE OF, at priTJif"l

S t ApplJcatioc for Letters 0 Administration S 00 THE on the part of theMuscogee and tons fortriming; Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves; Bonnet S (Office in the'Court House, up stairs,) ;:; my PLANTATION tat

: :35: All religious notices will be inserted gratuiniiy. Russell Agricultural Society, respectfully invite turnings: Silk Gloves Extracts;Plain German and Fancy Cologne Work{Knives Boxes; -CTTTILL practice i in the screw Counties! of St. John's river, at the mouth of J
V.sacs French
; ; creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville
public attention to the following Prospectus W the Eastern Circuit of Florida'and attend
Scissors Razors, &&,&r.,with many other
; situation is known to be the
I I of a Monthly Journal to be in most beaatlfc
published the tn mention. to the collection of claims against the U. !
KJ::::: All admissable personal communications will Fancy line.too numerous
the river and is remarkable
this city, under the auspices of the above' 03: Cell and lee. WM,.1'. DEWEES.. States for Military Services and for Horses lost, (or its nltfcj
charged as advertisements. named Association. tf not a case of fever having occurred tUn
S October 19,1850. or other lost destroyed by in
J 03 Alibi!!.for Job Printing,must be paid on the The work will be devoted to the interests of r said service.property S troops many years. The dwelling is, spaciwicomtcrtable

S <.. delivery of the work. Agriculture and Horticulture, Domestic and AGENCY Alsoclaims for Pensions of disabled'Soldiers, and calculated: for the acc'

t( i (or: All commnnkalJons must be addressed to Rural Economy. Under these several heads, OP or the Widows and Orphans deceasedSoldiers.. dation cia large family. The land (mb&aj
he Editor will be included all that.concerns the culture' acres) is of good quality, and well ada
pottagi plli4.it Dr. S. S. riTCJII'S Also, claims for Bounty'Land to officers and
f S Crops,the inprovement of the Soil, the management MEDICINES. soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed, the cultivation cotton and corn-'ai4 t&':'
S of the Farm, the Garden, the Orchard, CELEBRATED officers and soldiers. fifty acres suited for sugar cane. Tint bi '&

GREEN'S Flower Yard and the House-Keeper's depart S Used by him mth d6Stanx.nsheolIUCCeJl. in the Also, will give his attention conveyancing admirable site for a ,steam sa .mm'.at.T
ment. In their connexion with the interests cure of to examining Tites! and Records and assertain- mouth of the creek, and it possesses lie nfc

I S TYPE FOUNDERY, the Soil, the other industrial Pursuits of the Coughs Consumption, Catarrh, ing claims to Lands. tage of being in the centre of a ledlet.
S No. 128 FULTON Smear Suit land, will receive their appropriate attention. country finely wooded with yellow '
BUILDING AH business entrusted to him will meet with
:S NEW TORE, The "Soil of the South" will be under the; Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia prompt attention; and all instruments of writing There is a flourishing orange groT....

No, n CANAL ST&EET Row, NEW ORLEANS. editorial supervision of Charles A. Peabody,' I Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female will be executed by him with neatness and premises, which formerly produced inla
I Esqr., and Col.James M. Chambers. Mr. Peabody i Complaints, &c., &c. despatch. ota thousand dollars D year and will-

i 0 TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND I has been for two years connected with the ALSO Jacsk80nTil1e 2i, 1851. tf do so again,judging from the present
I Agricultural Press, and is equally and of the
I! t. r PRINTERS. healthy appearance trees.
Shoulder .
I r a-j a Practical and Scientific Farmer and Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Post Office at Mandarin is within two

11 f i WITH confidence purchase elsewhere invite the trades to before' Gardener. Cot! Chambers is one of the most Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lectures J. MoRobert Baker, and the steamers pass and repass the hoe. ,.,

), S call at NO.128 Fulton-street New, give me a intelligent and successful Planters in the South. on Consumption, and the their regular trips to and from Sa
I They will be assisted able ,
by an of
I corps Contributors Those wishing to purchase this
I'I I No.17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans. where lam art preserving Life and JACKSONVILLE property"t
j the E. FLA.
among practical Farmers and call or address by letter the subscriber
furnish them on. ,
) randy to with all kinds of Health to Old Age ,
( Planters of the Land. WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jacksonville Florida. t,
1 L I : BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE. Each number will contain sixteen pages of 4c.; 4-c. Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit CHARLES BYRSJL

f YJ i of the newest and most beautiful style. I am quarto size,printed with new type on superior I have been appointed Agent for the sale of .in Benton and Hillsboro' counties of the Jacksonville, May JO, IfWt. tf

r ) .i also .prepared. to, supply. the much admired white piper,_ and_ furnished to subscribers at S the above Goods and will keep themconstant- Southern eirfinit. in the Sanreme court' at Tails.bnssee __
J I I OCUMJU letter, having lately procured rom acot- the rate of One Dollar per anum, which must ly on hand at my Drug store, in the Town ol and in the United States District court; n
I 'i.I i' lan:! a series of these beautiful faces, together be paid in advance. Tampa, Tampa Bay,Flo. Florida: ; and will prosecuteclaims against the Private Boarding House !

I I.S f with every variety of form and pattern of 15:: Post Masters are authorized to act as Dr. L. D. ROGERS. United States before Congress and the Departments .fA

\ ORNAMENTAL: AND JOBBING TYPE, Agents, and they may retain in their hands at Washington ;

i Bordering :I feel assured that tbo elegance twenty-five per cent, of all subscriptions col Administrator's Notice. Being located at JacksonveUe for lift, he will St. ./1 u g U 8 tin e. '.-.

I !' ;, and:accuracy of all the Type manufactured by lected by them, or if they prefer it, a copy of months after date I will present my accounts give his entire and unremitting attention to his G. IV. Pipy has re-opened:
; and all business Mr
1 the Work will be to SIX profession, entrusted to his
I me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in the any one twelve months and: voucher to the Hon.Judge of Boarding House, for the actomxnoihfii
shall with
: Union. By.an entirely, new method in the gatuitously, who will remit four names with Probate for Hillsborough county, for a final care meet prompt attention. Invalids and Travellers generally.. .Bt
t : four dollars. S J. McROBERT BAKER.
j'i: \" mixing and casting lam enabled to retain the settlement,and ask a discharge; from the further August 24 1850. turns his thanks lor theliberalpitronagtvtijhe
r ;: ''i I rirtuet of the component parts of the metal, and f3p All Communications must be addressed, Administration of the Estate' of John M. Staf has hitherto rect'iTedand hopes that tin 1

I ''I :! thus to produce, in' addition to an elegant, the post paid, to William H. Chambers, and Sasan'Stafford deed., and also all per- I lids and others who may visit our elimtftl
I.\ t S most o"The Soil of the South Columbus if any having claims againsc the estate of 3 McRpbert Baker, I health pleasure, will give him a call/IM.
S SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, VAN LEONARD, Susan or John M. Staft"ord.arerptlt1 ta presort I efforts will be spared to contribute ti,
heretofore offered to the public. To this last R. A. WARE. them. ATTonisEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., :, comfort. S

t feature I would in particular call attention,fort J. .- JOSHUA STAFFORD,Adntr. NOTARY PUBLIC., His Honse has, during the present season,*

S ;: solidity and durabilty of Type is on the principle Committee of Publication. Tampa, Jan. 6th,_7851. j25 6m COMMISSIONER appointed by tIe following States 'dergone thorough: repairs;-has been fen

1} I I of economy of the greatest importance to Columbus, Gan April 26, 18)1.) to take Te:ti11l Affidavits & Acknonl- throughout, and is,therefore,entirely tree&

all typographers. The members of the craft Notice edgemeats to be used therein: dampness. The rooms are large and airjVH
I will also find me ready to supply all kinds of NEW furnished and comfortable The estabtisfM
I > Virginia, Vermont Massachusetts
t PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE,_ HAVING determined discomitinuemy. pre Connecticut,New York...P-nt-jfiwani, ,. is pleasantly situated on a broad street,*a4
GRAHAM'S Business at tbio pi vv, ,all pernn better ? .
ccOHimo Ln.
< atgaiT {s'oUVnlS.CKT1
S for the establishment of complete Printing Offices indebted to me in manner are requested Ueuwweplaryland,North Carolina, found in
any the city, A plentiful 'iablew.
t t such Presses, Wood Type, Cases, Stands, American monthly Magazine. to pay up,by the 15th: of February next, otherwise S South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama provided, and: civil and attentive servinti"
S Brass,Press and Wood.Rules, Imposing Stones will be Mississippi, Texas.
their accounts and notes placed in
J His
p M( Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Riglets. \T7"E congratulate our subscribers, who ref : the hands of for suit July, 27 1S50. ly charges per week issix dollars,iocltft
an Attorney
fire and
V ligh, and effort will be,_
Closet Racks &c. &c. ceive their books by mail the every .
upon I
A COY Esq. is authorized Agent to collect
satisfaction both
toTrancient Visitors
OH change in the rates of
Type taken in exchange for new at 9 I postage upon periodicals. all debts and to transact any other business Philip :Fraser Permanent ,Boarders.
S I cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most After the first of July the postage on Graham's x
forme COLE.
liberal terms and Magazine will be but ATTORNEY- COUNBELLORATLAW A couple of well broke saddle ponies an
patronage solicited the
on Garey'Ferry Fla.: Jan. 6 1851) janl 1 ,
Lathed the
ground of furnishing to the purchaser article JACKSONVILLE FLA to Establishment, and wflJaJw!
I ready tar hire.
with which he will be
r i bring him the worth of pleased his and which will 5 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES. Administrator's Notice. WILL attend to any professional business November 30. 1550.:> tf J, I
money. tru ted to_ him in the Courts
of the
i Editors and Printers wishing to establish a We very confidently look for a greatly increased >. SIX: MONTHS AFTER DATE, we shall 9'0.Eastern and the
I Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be fur circulation through the mail at these present our accounts and.Touchers to the :\ Circuiiit has also such Courts at PENSION AND BOUNTY LA

S nished with an estimate detail of the cost by i, rates,and trust that our old friends, the Post Hon.Judge of Probate for Columbia county, geous connection with an able an advanta- ,... .
If. : tt&tingsixe of paper and kind of work to be executed. Masters,. will oblige us in making the fact Florida,for a final settlement, and ask a discharge ington City. as will ensure a Lawyer at Wash OBTAINED for die officer and anl.flcritli

d t available in their respective poet-towns. from the further Administration of the dy collection of such claims prompt and spee )' waror their legal.icpre olives. .

i Publishers of Newspapers who will insert S With the next number of-Graham"we'commence Estate of Archibald Hogans, late of said county in his hands against the United asmay be placed Pensions for "4j

&t, f this advertisement three months and send me a, new volume, this number being the deceased, of which all persons interestedare Sept.8th,1849. States. soldiers whomirrired life,for previous widows of 1800.such offictnv...,;
the papers containing itaddresred to"Ncsbitfs asr of volume thirty-eight of the work. The desired to take notice.Z. lyATTORNEY4. to I _

1 I i Register,"New York, will be paid in materials one continued, and still increasing support of HOGANS, Adm'x. i
.. I I of my manufacture, provided they purchase six the American public to this Magazine, encourages J. ROBERTS Adm'r.Alligator R. D Kendrick, 18HtUN'lfY LAmD.,:>>

S f II times the ameunt of their bills for advertiseing. us to renewed efforts to make this favorite Fla, May 17, 1851. 6m COUNSELLOR AT LAW, For the surviving, or the widows, or,nif:
in all
H. II. GREEN monthly respects worthy of its
reputation practice in the
WILL several Courts of the children deceased
officers and "
t No. 128 Fulton-st New York of beingS pnivs'
I and Bears! Bears Bears !] Circuit, and in the Counties
; No 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans' I The Organ of American Talent. I WILL purchase all the BEARS' jOIL and Hillsborough and Benton.of' the Southern Cir of 1f served in the ,

I i The new volume will embrace the writings GREASE that the Citizens Florida will, cuit of Florida. War of 2812, with Great Britain jrdi

Auctioneers of most of the authors of established reputa ship to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.noy.17.WflL'M.Tnno Mexican War ; or in any of the "
One Dollar a Gallon the Grease
fifty Cents
tion who have uniformly contributed a
to its
A RE requested to notice the following Act I pages and while new names will continue Pound the articles must be Pure or I mill most dian War, since 1790. ,
A of Assembly. 'Al 1 who desire to have added to the already long list favorites positively reject them. I am a good judge of Terms moderate where the claim u estsblnJMiotherwise

S their terms extended according to Section of greatly increased qnantity of a them. They must be in their natural state. FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT no charge. S \
reading will be
i the Act. ,must give new bonds. given In the July number we shall commence S W. HUMPHEYS, North Commercial Wharf The Subscriber is also appointed Agent in tbe ti&of '
Columbia for
I S THE OCEAN l4.-ly Charleston
4 I Comptroller. A THE BORN, Nor. 16, 1850. ly Savannah, Geo. S. C. I II I British Cnromercial Life Insurance
Tallahassee SEAS. -
February 21, 1851. I **
A powerful sea story, from the of S. Bounty Land & General Company, ,
pen Agency
rj Godman, Esq. of South Carolina. NOTICE. Established in 1820.and empowered by art of P**
ANiCTamerdalorvofzheseterai4a ,
now in NG10N, DC ment.for the insurance of Livea and the enfcbildrenin <
4 force relating to the appointment and duties of G. P. R.James will continue his contributions TTI E have appointed T. 0.HOLMES our GenT JOSEPH T. WALKER Will London,New York of Washington((3j

S I JIucti nurs. and will furnish during the next six ? eral Agent and Attorney,to settle any prompt and: efficient attention to the, gin CAPITAL 93,000,000. ',
Bounry ,
I SECTION Be it enacted by the Senate and I months,a novel of some length,written express. and all business in the name of Palmer&Penis LAND CLAnlS officers and soldiers Ommunicnifons addressed to the 'iubacr&
for Graham's
House Representativs of the State of Florida ly Magazine. To collect and receive all debts due the firm of the late'Florjda War. or either of ihf/nrfiln Washington, D, C.,will receive' prompt attaatmai.S .
S S in General Assembly convened. That the tax A Series of Splendid Illuetrations Palmer & Ferris, by Bond- Iortgage-No&e W ars in which the United States have been M. THOMPSON)

upon Auction sales shall be two per centum; are now in the hands of our artists, which will otherwise, also for Darius Ferris deceased. g aged, or tie Wartvith Great Britain of 1812 en Attorney at Lam,and Commissioner ?i

I upon the gross amount of salts, except on sales I surpass any thing to be found elsewhere fn All persons having.demands.against Palmer and to any descrfption'of business requiring :, Deeds for North and South Canto*

of cotton not damaged, upon which there shall I Monihly Magazines. No expense will be & Ferris. or..Darius Ferris' deceased" will present Agent or Attorney at Washington. For au P. S.'R..f,ilnecessary,to the Heads of Dff *
S 1: be a tax of one half of one per cent. to meet the largest expectations of the pub-spared .the same to T0.. Holmes for payment: an ring land warrants his charge will be 83.procu In menu. and Members ofCongress ce ra1._:if
I 4 Z SEe:2. Be it further enacted, That no tax: lie in this department'Graham.1 all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or' Da other cases it will be proportioned to. the Washington City,November.1850. .!l5)In

i on Auction sales shall be assessed levied byany OUR PARIS FASHIONS'f rius Ferris,are requested to call on O.Holmes. 'tare and difficalti_ of the case. na- >
I J "county incorporated town or city in this settlement and make payment.. He will a i9 act in connection
I.r r" State greater.than (we iti-liTe per centumup I we shall continue to furnish; ,in addition to S SARAH FERRIS" A Attorneys Florida who may be witH empfoyed; .or in 'Circuit. Court',2astern .Gii_:
other '
S on the 'State taX bands of highly the finished best engravings, from the. S Admx.ofD.FzRJ1f5flDAVID ." Bounty land and other claims on terms which Florida,:in Columbia ,CountyiHNAZCCT
: artists.
fixe. 3': Be it further PALMER. may be.agreedppdd.Letters: '(which
enacted That all L should '
: All Post Masters and Editors Jacksonville.Jan 850.) be will COOK "
: Auctbneerswho hare heretofore are authorized tf post-paid) receive immediate 'atteD CIwt- 4JJoHaCoOK.
I m been appoin to act Uon. .' ; ''YS;, ,
.agents-to '
whom specimen ,
Aug.'J --
ted according to law and.commissions uot copies 1850. tf 'of Dfvcfci -
S : yetexplredandslihuctloneerswhosbau will to furnished,.itdesired.TERMS. Notice.'S J : a'
hereafter '
m& beppIntedshllhold.there office during : SIX months after.date I shall present my tci S Charles DeWaaJ: 'I appearing to satisfaction of thel ,

: the period of six ,years from the date. of their $3 per annum. 2 copies for$5; 5 copies for counts and Teachers, W;Administrator'of AILc: : sident that'the Defendant,John Cook;Is a aoaj
1. appointment; Provided, That all Auctioneers tl0: 11 copies>> for $20.. For $10 we will, Bend the Estate of George<
I appointed by the Governor during the recess of the Magazine for 5) years to one person. Judgc'ofProbates Hilkborough'County, and,. .S.. ,. "I JACKSONVILLE. ., F. residence is unknown to the Complain' .
: It
Ii i the General Aaiemblv,shall' hold their office' Addrese GEO. R GRAHAM shall at Che same time apply'to said:fourt tor &:SALM;inny'part'fh' County-attended." .' ordered, that the said Defendant 4,

It; :- 1 I only until the end of the session'.of
Assembly.next after the date of; theirap May 24, 1851.) said i Estate.. :4llperoasr, ere-ted are desirtdtiJOHNDARLINQ. Jacksonville, May; :6,1848 three months i3 or'rlae same will be'take..
tale C0nfessed'proii
pointment., n tice.5 edpublication be'madd- ,
5 j (Approved.by the Gorernor Jan. 13,1851. Executor's Notice. S S :: ..y;r ....-.."-...r I -.," ....e. .e, J Wauled' :. brder as the law uIs-ect. .- *s ,1

S .... Ada&nistrato'r. :m .* : .lSIgaed,J fiQS.'DQUO r'A
fj -
ii : S month after date the.unl TampayFla. L UNDERSIGNEDk1; : wishes to :employ true Copy Test ,
Sept. 28th ,
SIX ersign d will 1850.- ;XL'iimimodlteIy'alxgy: .Taujge.
S ,,,'_ S_ NOTICE.S ;: apply to the Honorable Judge of Probate : .1'7 ''ihom eight,Carpenters, .to. 8. SCARBOROUGH,, .
STEAM W-MILL.FOB SALE .or letters dismission M Executor of the Es sonable steady employment. .will be given,at rea ; Peb.1S'ii. 'i IMarch'l lJ'' ,alNY
ate Administrator'sNotice. gea. :Apply .,.
S fpHE SUBSCRIBER offers for atle. on rea- ofJohn Hi. Whlddon,,late of the county ot .?f JESSE GARDNER JJ.
1 ; Dnabla1ermh1sSTE4M34W.MILJ Jliilsborough'deciued., :4'LL' 'penonaindebted to the estati of ,' : .
George' May31. 3t
t AND MACHINERY at Garey'a! Ferry, Da A;HENDERSON, Executor. Flemmthg, dectL are ete3tedt" thhke 1{ .. Jacksonville. FICj "S'T'I"fS: '' ,ONtt. :C9'1 ,

Yaloount1-Florida.- Engine is 20 horse Tampa, Fla,'Deo.7,1650.Executor's m. Immediate pa.ent to'the > ed rand"all : rk .N wOi1ean3&,1I
Inch. 1 Sale, : :
po"er,10 calender, 3.,feet. stroke, and personbavfng demVnlTkgainTraafd f SlaTe"'ar ,

Ir,2, boilers 24 tfeet JongJ"; 36 j t diameter. ; all in I '. :Notice.SIX within requ estedtopreaeut the, [them properly i ',]':' attested: t'1anry J. SUGAB.for SS3S&!: ._ & #!' neces- I J. )bile j Express; )
complete order : tune .
S : ; and! ready for immediate nm months : 1 prescribed by'law to, ofhjne powe ; J ,. :.:' Ht
ItbSlOftnmfllatche- \ S ,after date iwlil'aly ,to the 1 T.O'HdLMES *; I 1he rollers are. t.jfJ1 :18Inch.e..ln BY, .Ifv'h I.'
'S diameter .Y
..S < and Judge of Probate.of 6 Inches 1zi '.
Dnval .ngth.. .
Machinery"wilib sold separate if deaf i d.' ceuntyt. Flori ; c Administrator. Al1toBQIj5; .
for ,
.tat r
S Fo terms, apply to me:atPalatkaor to the late;:a dischargefromthe. 'i Executorshfpof ,; _Jxlcsonville, April ;1851.) 2massortment'W measuring and 200 gallons respectively.-,.
S actnt. Jas. B, Cole. .' :-.. : ny''- Will and- .,Testament. of Stephen J;EaI I! 5' .5 : v ( S, Delivery at J.1cksonTilleorPalatk*., .-,' ioi19SWflStret; ]I; New York ,
S .?xi.:: ,g.1A', *1 rt.t 'A bankeIeceaseL.;. S :: : H I II. A 'T' : additional 'particulars ': t..Charel) .
TT : :( to &
:: : COLE. I I : 9s : rgi ladies'! t.For.: apply : ;W. l BaildiDffrN*Orl<
.5 PatksP1i.,3Ia1Oissi, ; .* t.. .j.tf 'WIIMAirEOBANKEz'r., ri 5asbIonab .; dER Attorney.Law Jacksonville'East. ai' tM hIt
S [ Jacksonville;Jan. 11, 1851) :' t \1* Bqnncts. and Parasols,by ., ; i >" 11 '" :A eD tf"BO

....- ay31. ''c' .to. D. M'CUEN & CO. f May 15,1851."r; tti.S ., 'Dofts fir;,rEJ Now, fc iib iisii; i; ;!;A J ,''''' ;..#