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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 19, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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.)
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k known j 'a man,who i bW the\poor, We hold these truths to be selterident: that

:_':; And'yet WM,ricb'himielve XIII. ... all women are created equal-that they are en

,}fho" P1 beggar from his' doorWa1r.rnbia.heL VOL, JACKSONVILLE. ,FJLA., LtTUDtY JULY, 19, 1851., .. d wed bytheir Creator with certain inalieat* .
-- .. \. ... NO 85. rights and among these are life, libeity sod I
3: # I the pursuit of, health-that to secure.these
I've seen ajadge who. justice gold; 4foscow. Mortier,'crushed with responsibility : rights dresses ,
instituted
Foreign are their
Literary drawing
'I: l;< thus thrownuponhis shoulders his Miscellany. andover her hfalf,10 that hn ; "
pm fashion
...flTiI1erdgstrTpy, ; : ? mOYJ 'J covered n wiic from the consent of those who adopt
\ '! wold., Young Guard amid !this desolation;blowing,np pletell ; fire was then set' to'the them- that.whenever
J And '.a'wite'w"bo'didnot". ,, -, the houses and facing thetempestanil4he ',THE. CABEER OF DRAGOONS-- and the wonianwas: corsusied pile, : : any form ofdrsbe.
toashes..JVoe destructive
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comes health
"Upon a washingday/_ The 'oldest inhabitant' adQj :, or comfort, it.lath
..2 of.the department 1
flamesstruggling"nobly the'conflagration. English .
of
J right woman to alter or abolish it, -and, to
A Pre IenjtSttUThed fifteen was man of the name Franks, the; r.acutl L" institute a new, dress formed and "
law 'jY01UI& and : shaped of Tevng Gtnttemtn.
whose life ''
, "He hastened from amid history would haTe' furnished a'
to
place place the such
and
IA. blossom partly blown) -Afree and habitual ,principles, arranging its Contour after
different record from Intercourasbetween i'
blazing rains, his,face blackened with smoke very thtt ofmost'mem sexes the such a mode to them
is as ahall'Rem'mM
permitted
'Who'reaDy d'1EQtcAreIWeefl. his hair' bers of the profession. He had been from the very,earliest
and and '
: eyebrows singed with the apprenticed and.never:ceases nntil ages, likely promote their health and inuretheir
To be a woman grown.Again when a boy to the of the young: girl has left '
. .fierce: heat. At length the ,day dawned, a day proprietor anewapa.par "her'atlier' house for happiness. ,Prudence,IndeedwflLdjctate that
;Pve: met a seedy: maid. ,qf,tempest and .flame, and ,MotrieV, who ,had : in the West of England, from whom, seduced The'freedom thus extended that of' her,' husband costumes long established, shouldmiqtbecban. .

'(Oh!, Godgrey it song !V) strained every nerve 'for thirty-six hours, en*' by the charms of a 801dieraliCe and an unconquerable seldonfabused America Is one which is ged for light,and trifling causes-and,accord
afraid tered a palace and from The : .fancy for,the saddle, he bad runaway ; and is,mofe an es woful '
Who did.not seem,at least dropped fatigue. eUtlal4'cature than an accidental ingly, experience: hath shown that woman
At'being reckoned:young.I've manly form and stalwart arm that so often carried "Before, and he enlisted in .a regiment o'f,dragoons.' i in .a young woman's', dilcati n.circumstance kind are more ditpnsed _to suffer,: while the.
had been three The
death into the ranks of the enemy4atlength years onjiorseback I: man Invites her to.walk young evils arising from their,costume are sufferable,
known ajawyer plead a cause,I gave way, and the gleomy Marshal lay and I his regiment was ordered to-Spain; and, under I her'compliance"with the or ri with him, and than to right themselves by abolishing the long.

And never send his bill: panted in utter exhaustion. 'But. the' bight oftrmpcs I the command ot'the Iron Duke.Franks had the ..*'A1- uepenaeni jtouieijr -- upon, her invitation is a matter mdvery, : ,inconvenient skirts to which'thor. "
\ hid been succeeded satisfaction of assisting at cost: of the bloody own,humor; he escorts have been accustomed. '
doctor (not,of laws) by a day of tempests 'I her to the when the long P
concert
knew a home
And : or from
pill! and when night again enveloped the city ceremonies called battles, from his first essay ty,the rest of the' family the par trains of their dresses invariably sweeping the I'
Take prescription it was one broad flame, waving to and.fro in at Salamanca to his last at Totlouse. He considered thither or finding their'wal pavements: as they move along, evince a design
the returning home
rye known a tradesman speak truth; the blast. The wind had increased to a perfect that he had received rather more than deed, I hive known the as theymey; in on the part of the Tyranness Fashion to: reduce

Pre heard a parson wcar; hurricane, and shifted from quarter to quarter his share ofthe compliments of the season, being same family escorted, young ladies of the our women under its absolute-despOtism; 1

And knew a haekman once, in sooth,. as if on purpose to swell the seaof fire,and pretty well scarred about the neck and tances in'different vehicles by their male acquain it is their right-it is their duty-to throw off

Who charged hat lavful fare. extinguish the last hope. The fire was aproaching ; shoulders, to say nothing of a ball through the where they would.make their to the same party, the long and cumbersome-skirts, and to pro!-

the Kremlin, and already the, roar of the left arm. At the last entertabment, however, haps at different times.: appearance per vide shorter ones for their future wear., .
, rye known a parson play at ickist, flames, ani the crash of falling.houses, and the he 'received a salute from a sabre which laid cases in which the Nor is this confined to Such have been the patient sufferings of our: '

: Who would not play at loo; cracking of burning timbers were borne to the open his cheek, and severed brth his lips, and admirers of the young ladies men are. recognised American women,and such is now the necessity ,

And knew an abolitionist, "- -, cars of the startled: Emperor. 'lie arose and effectually abolished his clain to the appellation being all that young is a friendl.y intimacy which constrains them"to alter their former, ,
to
f walked to and fro of a 'pretty man,' heretofl'e accorded him. required justify invi- system of dress and to adopt other modes forth
. WhodidasIaTepurue stopping convulsively and He tation on the one side. ami r.nmnl'1I".a. .1..- .
recovered in time to reach Paris after --- UU IUC ir futurecoinfort.
terrific soon
gazing on scene. Mara Eugene and j other. A
womanhcrewjj
I To lavish on his offspring wild liertaier rushed into his presence, and on their Napoleon was on his route to Elba. But here, such conduct young a regard The history of the present TTBAXNTSS FASH-

I A miser hoard his gold; knees besought him to flee, but he still hung sick at length of his. share of gbry,and unpres- of her sex and?if a it disregard looked of the proprieties ION is a history repeated injuries both'to the.

r And seen a mother leave her child to that haughty palace as if it were his empire. dent of the future, he resolved to desert; and in America; it would not were be followed.upon as such comfort of the women and their pockets,'having; .

r, For stranger hands to hold. fBut at length the shout, the Kremlin is on aided by a Parisian damsel enamoured of the 'Travels' in the United States -Slaekaifs in direct object the constant 'soiling'of th ir,

I fire!' was heard above the roar of the conflagration brave Anglois-aided also by the proceeds of a garments, and the ruination of their health.-

, Fve seen a maiden who had slid, and Napoleon reluctantly consented to modicum of private plunder which he had To prove this, let facts be submitted to all can.'

I Who had a modest air, leave. lIe descended to the street with his found means to carry on on his own account Fourth of July in Washington-Layin* of the did women, and to the rest of the world.

; And seen a belle who (seeming) did staff, and boked about fora way of egress, but ,he actually lay perdu during the perilous Comer-Stone of the Capital. SUE has refused her assent to those modes of
'hundred days the bombardment,of Paris The Philadelphia Bulletin contains telegraphic dress most wholesome and necessarorthe
Not know that she was fair. the flames blockaded every passage. At by a ,
: length they discovered a posterd gate lead- the Allies, aud their occupation of the city until account of the ceremonies? observed in preservation of female health.
"tww lot
Once on railroad my ing to the M98kwa and entered it,but they had: the re-establishment of the Bourbons. He laying the corner-stone for the proposed en SUE has forbidden her mantna-makersto introduce *

To get a passage free: only entered still further into danger. As Na- described to me, with evident pleasure and ex- 'largement of the Caritol at Wasington, on the any new costume, however'handsome .

And en a steamer once I gotA poleon cast his eyes around the open space. ultaton! the mortified and wretched appearance 4th of July that with an abstract of Mr. Webster's and convenient until her consent has been ob .

decent cup of tea. gilded and arched with fire,smoke,and cindershe of the French cavalry,:as their separatedand oration on occasion. The despatch says tained.

saw one single street yet open, but all on straggling bands found their way into' The morning of the Seventy-fourth SUE has refused for the accommodation

And I have seen once in my life fire. Into this he rushed, and, amid the crashing Paris after the route of Waterloo. 'I saw the sary of American Indenpendence Anninr-I glori large districts of women, the privilege to dress

A husband, be it known, ; of falling houses,raging of the flames, over lot of'em reviewed by the Emperor,' said he, ously. The occasion having been selected for in frocks and trowscrs right most inestimable -

Who did not treat his neighbor's wife burning ruins, through clouds rolling smoke 'and there wasn't a man 01'em but thought he the laying: of a corner-stone for the proposed to them and formidable their tyrants

oMf better than his own and between walls of fire, he pressed on, and was going to nab Old Nosey,' so hetermed Wellington enlargement of the Capitol of the United States, 'only. -

And also saw-111 be (don't wink) nt length, half suffocated emerged safety in ; 'for his share. But our fellows soon at an early hour the firing of cannon, under SHE has aimed to prevent the women assembling

L : the imperial palace Petrowsky, nearly three i I cracked a goodish lot of their tin kettles for direction of Cnpt Buckingham, and the busy together deliberate the advantages .
AsgentlcaslcanSome '"
miles distant. Mortier, relieved of his anxiety 'em, and a pretty sprinkling of them that comeback : stir of hundreds strangers,entering the city which would result from throwing off the-
time ago, it was-I think- for the Emperor, redoubled his'effortgio arrest had left a piece of their muzzle behind in all'manneP: of' conveyances, to'participate: I. yoke of the Tratuss, sole.purpose of

I saw an honest man. the conflagration. His men cheerfully rushed 'em. Our chaps,I fancy, had got tired of pep therein, created quite an animated aspect- farcing* them to a constant compliance with her

into every danger. Breathing nothing but pering crabshell&jritb bullets,and throw- The number strangers present, the admira- own measures.
1flJttllantoulJ. smoke and ashes-canopied by flame smoke ing away powder for nothing, and so took to blo arrangements of those acting officially in SHE has invariably assailed with'ridicule all

.and cinders-surrounded by walls of fire that shaving at close quarters.' His opinion of Old the matter, with a most remarkably pleasant those of the sex who, with womanlyfirniness. ; _

rocked to and fro, and fell with a crash amid Nosey, as he called him,was anything but what condition :>>the weather, all tended to produce have 'endeavored to assert their rights and regain

Napoleon at Moscow. the blazing ruins, carrying down with them might have been expected from a soldier who as was the fact, a most happy result. their independence.

red-hot roofs of iron, he struggled against an had followed the first military commander of At the hour of ten, various military,benevo SHE hascndeavored to prevent the adoption

We subjoin from Headlej's work-"Xapolconind enemy that no boldness could awe or courage the age through an unparalleled series of suc lent, literary,and other associations, with numerous of the new costume in all the States, for the _

his Marshals" brilliant account of the overcome. These brave troops had heard the cess. He hated with a hatred for which he citizens and strangers, with the Presi- purpose enabling foreigners to maintain th t.

liming of Moscow, which is well spoken of In tramp thousands cavalry sweeping to battle could find no expression in language, which dent of the United States and the heads of the influence in regard to modes of dress,which

i* American Whig He new as superior even without fear; but now they stood in till terror made me suspect that he had himself suffered various departments of government, joined in icxey have always'ettted-arer the women:of .
lo la "SalatheiP of the conflation personally at the Duke's order for some slight procession at the the country.1 *** <
Crdy's picture before the march: of the conflagration, under city hall, and marched to the : *- "> "
of Rome. Headlcy'sdescriptive powers whose:: burning footsteps was heard the incessant brea.h. of military discipline. How likely he CapitoL SHE has affected to render the.mantaa-ms .

are rarely if ever been surpassed: crash of fulling houses and palaces, was to have incurred punishment in such a The procession reaching Capitol,the first kers independent of! and superior to,th05e"ho. ";

BAt length Moscow, with its domes.And tows and churches. The continuous roar of the way may be inferred from an occurrence in ceremony performed was the "formal laying of ought in fact to hold them under their power.

an.!palaces>> appeared in sight rind Napoleon ': fl,ime& was more terrible than the roar of the which he was fatally concerned, and which took the corner-stone." It will be remembered that SHE h1'combined with dressmakers abroad

who had: joined the advance guard, gazedong I! :artillery, and before this new foe, in the midst place not long previous to my arrival in Paris. two extensive wings-one on the north and the subject our women to modes of costume foreignto

and thougthfally on that goal of his wishes. ot the elements,the awestruck army stood pow- One fine Sunday afternoon, being out with a other,on the south end of the present noble and injurious to, their American co stitl*

farat went forward and entered the g.ltes : cries and nffrightcd.I' pleasure paity at the suburbs, and having old Capitol of the Union-are to be added to tions-prohibiting them, by acts pretended .

rith hi* splendid calvary, bat as he passed 'I' When night again descended on the city it drunk more wine than he could prudently that building, and the stone, on the present legislationFrom -
hrough the streets he was struck with the solitude -I presented a spectacle the like of which was' carry, nothing would suit him but he must go occasion,was laid with the purpose of progressing venturing to promenade our streets in -

that surrrounded; him. Nothing was !,I never sceu before. and baffles all description. to his lodgings, don his old regimentals, and ,with the southern extension. the proposed new and every way becoming female .

tart! but the heavy tramp of his squadron ase.passeIalong i The streets were streets of fire, the heavens a strut about the Boulevards in the uniform of At the head of the column, approaching?? the apparel:, .
for deserted and abandoned an English dragoon. As might have been reasonably scene of operation, was President Eillmore, beside From consulting their o'WD'comforl and con
a of fire,and the entire body of the citya
for which such canopy expected he soon found himself affronted whom was Mayor.Lenox, and Ex-Mayor Seaton:, veniencs in _regard to locomotion and the free
ity was the meagre prize unarallelled miss of fire, fed by the hurricane that whirled followed by the clergy and officers of
insulted the army-
and by some of the French use of their limbs:
hid been nude. As l)
efforts night the blazing fragments in a constant stream in the front rank of which
was Maj. Gen.
stationed at the barriers and Scott, From the skirts '
whomhe 'Tolam ,
soldiery abandoning long so
rew its curtain over the splendid capital, Na-. through the air. Incessant explosions, from and officers of the navy; the members of the Ma- i
took no sort of care to avoid. Their sarcastic sonic Order &c. nous in their folds, and so prejudicial health: -
leon entered the gites, and immediately ap- the blowing up of stores of oil, tar, and spirits .
inted Mortier Governor. In his directions, shook the very foundation of the city. and sent language, followed by his contemptuous retorts The ceremony was commenced by an appropriate From cutting their long trains In all parts

fce commanded him to abstain from all pillige. vast volumes of smoke rolling furiously towardsthe soon mounted to a violent quarrel, and and patriotic prayer by the Rev.Mr.Butter, of of the United States: ".
Franks received a blow from a grenadier, the Episcopal; Church,invoking the interposition of From introducing any new costume 'disapproved
be answerable
[For this'said, he;'joa shall with sky. Huge sheets of canvass on fire came Heaven
which he returning with interest, the strike, to preserve the corner stone about to be of by a Paris mantoa-maker.
life. Defend Moscow Ag'lIust'nl1 whether like of death the an4
roar floating messengers through laid the stability of this
Union
drew his sword, and demanded combat on the until the last SHE has, by forcing upon us her exfratsgsnt
friend foe.1"The flames the and domes of the churchesand final
towers
or trump 1haI1lOund earth's di olution."
The interfered-not to modes of dress,plundered pockets commit .
bright moon rose over the mighty city palaces glowed with red-hot heat over the spot. spectators prevent President Fillmore then stepped forward and ad. :
the duel but to settle the ted on our health and tha
[ipia; with silver the domes ef more than twoudred wild sea below, then tottering a moment on preliminaries, jesting the stone, Mr.Walter, of Phflapelphia, the ravages destroyed. ) -
and the affair to the laws of lives of of our people.
arrange according architect, for the many
flood engaged construction of the
churches, and pouring of light their basis were hurled by the tempest into the en
honor then in force. This A TTBANNESS who thus subjects to the inconveniences
over a thousand palaces and the dwellings of common ruin. Thousands of wretches before process was very largement, deposited in it large glass jar,contain. us
summarily got through. A young officer volunteered ing a copy of the Constitution of the United States, and injuries arising from the introduction
three hundred thousand inhabitants. The driven the heat from the cellars -
were by
unseen of the Bible &c.
The ani
his services as second to the Englishman Grand Matter of the Mason maintenance their foreign
weary army sunk to rest, but there was and hovels, and streamed in an incessant ic Order! B. B. French
declared
after fashions is
who immediately accepted the offer; and formal ceremonies -. unfit to be the ruler of free women.
no sleep to Mortices Not the throng in the streets. Children were seen that the stone
gorgeous
eyes. the parties retiring at once to a small garden / was "well laid, true and We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity -
M>d variegated palaces and their rich orna- carrying their parents-the strong the weak, trusty." Prayer was then made by the Rev.Charles which immediate
in the ofa cabaret: in less than ten requires our separationfrom
rear petty A. Davis of M.
the E. Church.
and and oriental
aents, Der the parks gardens while, thousands more were staggering under
mantua-makers and hold
; foreign them in
minutes from the commencement of the fray The ,
atprificence that every where surrounded him the loads of plunder they had snatched from cOmpany then proceeded to the east front of
both combatants stood bareheaded ond with the building in front of which there assembled regard to the proposed new costume as we
was
kept him wakeful, but the ominous foreboding the flames. This, too" would frequently take words drawn in front of each other. It was I an imposing mass human beings; the waving of would all'others-in opposition, enemies-in,

that some dire calamity was hanging, over the fire in the falling shower, and the miserable but the affair of a moment. After a few feints. military plumes, with all the gay attire and happy support, friends. :
silent: capital. When he entered it, scarce! a creatures would be compelled to drop it and Frank drove his ponderous broad-sword sheer appearance incident to each an assemblage of Amer We, therefore, the free women of the United
living soul met his as looked down the flee for their lives. Oh it was a scene of fear ican freemen '
gate through the skull of his antagonist literally) presented a deeply interesting and States of America, in our various meetings
long streets; and when he broke open the buildings and wo, inconceivable! A mighty and close I pleasant aspect. throughout the Union assembled
to
I cleaving him to the throat; and having behaved appealing
he found :parlors, and bedrooms, and packed city of houses and churches and pal : according to the testimony of the witnesses the Upon President the lofty portico there was congregated, the civilized world and Ball the rest of man
chambers all furnished and in order unoccupied aces wrapped from limit to limit in flames of the United States the Heads of kind" for the rectitude of intentions and
in a manner perfectly honorable was conveyed the Departments at our ,
Washington the officers of the
The sudden abandonment: of their homes bctokeaed which are fed by a whirling hurricane a sight with a fixed determination to consult
ceremoniously to his lodgings by the Army arid Navy, with representatives of foreign our comfort -
some secret purpose yet to be fulfilled.The this world will seldom see. nations convenience and health do solemnly -
comrades of the man he had slain. The deed I distinguished citizens, and many:ladies. our our
midnight moon was sailing ever the city "Dut this was all within the city. To Napo- had as it be imagined, sobered him at A pertinent address was made by B. B. French, ) publish and declare, that, in regard to
ken the cry of fire> reached the ears of ilorier leon without the spectacle was still more sublime once, but may he took no advantage of the' -. Esq., as the head of the Masonic Order of tho District our dress,-we of right ought to be free and Independent -

> and the first, light over Napolcan's fallingenpire and terrific. When the flames had overcome ; afforded him for and was opportunity consequently ,to whose special care the laying of the cornerstone ,and that henceforward and forever .
escape,
was kindled and that moat wondrous all obstacles and had wrapped had been committed-daring which ho announced -
everything the we are absolved from allegiance to ,the TrEANXCSS
led off'to prison on following day
in commenced-the burn.egotMoecoir. the looked /the fact of his wearing the identical Masonic -
n e modern times in their red mantle, great city : FASHION that connexion betweearna
the d'armes "hocame thus late to his and ;
the
by
geott; apron using same gaval that were a'
like ascii rolling fire swept by a tempest quarters with probably no expectation finding in the Dossession of Gen. George Washine'ton-* And the Paris mn-mae Olwht t"h*
"Mortier, as governtrof: the city, immediate- that drove it' into xast billows. Haze domes him. At the trial which followed, after he laid.the original corner-stone of-the 5apitoi, on totally diy ; as free and independent -

jutted orders and was patting forth every, and towers throwing off sparks like blazingfiieb'r:1nds some weeks imprisonment, alleviated by the the 18th;September, 1793-some fifty-eight years we have full power to adopt

exertion when at daylight,Napoleon hastened : now towered above the waves and contributions of the officers who had witnessedthe ago. and wear the new costume of such mode and

to him. Aectingtodisbtlicvethe reports thatthe now disappeared in their maddening flow as duel, the facts were gone into, and the Mr. Webster was then introduced, and delivered' shape as bet becomes us, walking 'forth redeemed

inhabitants were firing their own city, he they broke high:over their tops, scatteringtheir crime brought home to the delinquent but, an oration of two hours duration,which is pronounced and disenthralled from the long trains
;
pat morexigU; commands Mortier to keep spray of fire against the clouds. The to regulations made and provided to be one ofhis greatest e1forts.'The telegraphic' in which we' have hitherto been enslaved, andenjoying
&e soldiers the work The have the according abstract is so slight, 'and imperfect that we have
from of destru tion. heavens themselves seemed to caught that ease and comfort in the new dress
for the accommodation: it is to supposed, of i not given it.It is to be
Banhal pointed to iron covered the that publishedand wQlt no entitled.And .
Amply some conflagration angry masses sweptit to which we are justly : '
honor the proceedings were brokenoff I doubt be read with interest the
by of all
looses thai had not been from bosom fire. Columns of flame persons people for the witha
eveT rolled .
yet opened, over a ,deferred of support olhideaion
at the critical. moment, the trial sections the Union. Inthecourse of his speech,
crevice of.,which smoke''WaI issuing. like would, rise and sink along the surface of the for an indefinite period,and a day or two after Mr. Webster} lAid ho had caused to be deposited in firm reliance on the, enlightn-

steam from the tides of a pent-up volcano. Sad sea, and huge volumes of black smoke suddenly the prisoner at the application .of .one.or his the corner-stone,just laid for tho extension of ,the ed and liberal men, we mutually pledge to e

tat thoughtful, Napoleon turned towards thetadeat shoot into the air, as volcanoes. were working ,friends suffered, to at large on his own re Capitol, a statement,written in his own hand, setting other our countenance, our influence, and or
palace of the Czars, whose huge structure b low., The black form of the Kremlin and mulcted go only] in'the loss of the forth the commencement of the Union of th eStates sacred honor. [Numerously signed.
the the cognisance, ,'taat it still exists, which he had signed with
TOM higfc above surrounding edifices. alone towered above, chaos, now wrapped
the worthless irritamenter
"1*Ike morning,Mortier,by great exertions: ,ia flame and 1ID0k ,and then began merging into seedy regimentals- his own name as Secretary of State bf the United 'wxasTT-neerit7; signifies a simplicity of I
malorem. States'concluding it with the emphatic expression mind and manners ia conversation ana carnage ,
as enabled to subdue the *re. The next view standing amid the scene desolation
.
Punishment of Death by Burnin.In I of"God save the Republic. Upon the conclusionof ono another; singleness of heart discovering
% at the midst of burn towa I
September 15)) midnight the sentinels and terror, like virtue in a this announcement there were given continued a constant plainness and honest openness .
a watch upon the lofty Kremlin saw before ing world; enveloped but unscathed by the deTouring the 'Notes and Queries Saturday: the chce &-Savannah News. of behaviour, free from_ all LtUe tricks i

*ea the tames,bursting through; :the houses elements Napoleon btood ;and gazedon 1 Oth of August, 'Senex' gives some account of ... fetches of craft and conning,, from false appearances an. t
ad palaces and the ery of'fire, fire,fire,' passed this scene in silent awe. ,Though nearly the burning of a female in the Old Bailey 'a- j AwfuL and deceitful disguises of word

through the city.. The dread scene had now three miles distant, the windows.and walls of bout the year 1788. Having myself been present \ ... or action; or yet more plainly, it oun 1 as'we .

.irly opened. Fiery balloons were seen drop his apartment were so hot that he could scarcely at the last ,execution of a female in Lon "Henry dost thou love me, dearest?" think,'a do what we pretend a b p- _

frota the sir aad lighting. upon the houses,' .bear his hand against them., Said he years don, where the'body was burnt (being probably "Ask the stars if they love ,to, twinkle or the form ad good what we ,

explosions were heard" on every'sid'-from ,aflewards: "'It;"was the\'spectacle of the' sea ihat to which 't3 nCi' refers,) and as few warble flowers,to Or smell the breeze Love to you fly !why aye, ,ask as the,. the birds flower to word,really t be what' we would- serji andspt'. ; ,

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C shut 'dwellings: and the',next moment a ,snd billows Are, A sky and ,clouds of flame, persons who' were then"-present, may "now be of my heart tn t b '

P' 11 rixt burst forth, and the flames were .mountains of re, rolling flame, like,immense alive,'I beg to mention some circumstances: re- ," my soul is grieved.: Care has overcast EXERCISE.-In-door exercise' b very different

facial through' the apartments.; All was'up waves of theses alternately,:bursting forth lative to' that execution wlich "..ppear'e the joy which once spread sunshine o'er thy faee; foom oat-doors'uei The the air air of without-a house h

roar sad confusion. The serene air And moon- and elevating :themselves to,skies of'fire, and worthy of notice. ,Eight ,f the malefactors anguish sits on thy brow and yet your Helen:Ann always less oxygen i than and
light of the night before to ; the ecafoldthenktowd 'thenew knows not the cause....,Ten aching heart is more relaxing.- 'Bde"mekg up
"had. given way then,sinking down into the ocean below Oh! suffered on as me my ,
down In* *
room
driving cloud sad wild tempests that swept it was the most snbllme.'and ,the,most .terrificrp4drJe4i4 drop After they were :suspended, the: why droops my souJHr&u mutton nx?" to be useful, oagnt to be e cheerful and 'ue .
*ua theosr of the sea over the'city.* Flames : I"' In s white dress "was brought 'out.ofNewgati "No, Helena Ann-thank the gods, no .,but for, exercise ia therefore a seldom'
slghtjh.e, : : woman; : 'credit's foIL dearer from this day forth sells Te watt-merely r' -
Jjoseoa: every, :ado Mating and-ending in ". alone;r and after-some time spent In' meat/breath my ? usefuL We should always endeavor to walk forentertainment.
jMsfcrrn, while clouds of smoke and, fepark '-' ; devotion was hung on the projecting arm of a It is the entertainment that refreshes
Helena
screeches :
-What would I givesaid Charles Lamb, 'to call faints, and falls into her hus '-
.to Incessant: ahower, went driving towards low fixed at a little distance Jrom;the band's in and fovigoratct.* ,'
tte : my mother back,1.earth,for ono day, to ask herpardon gibbet, I arms whey the anguish of the moment, -
Kremlin : The 'clouds tht'IDeJyealeeJDed on'my,knees tor all those acts:.by: ,which, I .scaffold.._ After the lapse of a sufficient time to seizes a;.knife..and: stabs,-bimuscl--orer *Atl'fsAotttder' *. To ascertain the weight' cIa. horse- put you* toe*
ture4 goto fire, rolling in wrath over devoted gave her::gentle spirit pain', '- "' ; ?, i 'extinguish. faggots were piled_around her, I. : "- -- .-\. under his foot. -,: :- :.:'.-.'
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rE1F:@ .Jiitlf+ t"-t'''.d r aw.rI : t r,
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: office- St Augustine! WASB1"Q':02fiJaJ.10.-I.. .t. .
I A London letter,orjMay\15th, to the Nation- A creatnres" and expectants" foil of pap and pat.riotlsa'desecrated foretaste of the claims J whlci th".

j sa Int.U!Katicer,(speaking;of 'the special care which I !' the late National Anniver- Mexico Is preparing against tte
the minds
i taken by the Commissioners and'Committees of of the Uilted States;for Lot fulfill! .
are led by ip'bJ aa exclusive party celebration.>> Assuming of the +
&nlt.1'I.t San Poi
1 I. Louis"
the 1 j] t'n oE'dJbiuon'apinst accident MeL
however
'to_themselves the style of"Union_Party l' claims are coming here in shoal*' '
r of D1.kind, and particularly by fire, sajs- in the : I and thereby denying- to the friends of States saw today the bands of ado$,lt
Fire that most dangerous and destructive of !groes. were to the amount of,11000. '
; the Union Tee
to be friends to
A free claim ,
.f.: enemies, has been most especially the object ef Bights any who held them i was Mexican, and Ii
t attention; and here a peculiarly happy combination under the they draw a line of demarcation at once odious ion the whole amount of new claioa'

of circumstances has placed at the disposal free negro and unjust, and exhibit a spirit worthy of tho teen millions of dollars. ......
since the
' of the' managers of this great W"rld'iF4lr'all been : 8 1. severest reprehension. Such AD attempt was They grow out of a vioTatfen ottW".i-.

w and powerful agent as an opponent desecrate the the treaty,.,by which. the' United Ab.t.:
, of fire, In"11r. Phillip's simple but wonderful cannot made In some part of Georgia, to I ledged$G'protect the .Mexicans 0'-:..
t* ,i : effective"Fare4anuhfutors"anamberofwhichare in thirty memory of Washington's birthday: by some tiers, from Indian d depredations

dispersed' through the Glass Palace. The shall meat,in on Fla gentry; of the same stamp,and having the same They demand remuneration ::110.

old enemy,of fire-water-Is in most cases motives bnt It signally failed, burnt,cattledriven off, and-a .n ..t
The .
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disreputable "\
the :
in its
powerful enough to gain victory they
toy OtmllfIODL. :: .
; contests ''with' its antagonistic elements; but from 1&26: Fla. and was frowned down by every true man. ,It The Mexican Bf roister has already...tltt.

water would prove almost as destructive to the his free wife Fla. was scooted from every respectable and patriotic -' attention of our Government to tbesi
rich' stores of art, science, and labor, which a found at last and will push them home
I Mobile, Fla. community, until lit refuge ,! : upon the OOTI
adorn the building as Are.r with
earnestness and '
Hence It is peculiarly fortunate that, at this I the statute )ne, Fla. in the celebrated Oasis of our neighboringcity. determination. .1., ,

juncture, when the collected wealth of the industry ces. He s Fla. From that green and cool retreat what --q/t1.
and ingenuity of almost nationon to get along; i I I ., Talcott Court fltrtiaUWASHINOTOK J
every : beautiful music it "discoor*es*-what patriotIsm :
I 'the earth's surface is gathered under one than at July 11.-The Courf "
vast'roof, the.skill of man should also hare pro- and: he I : it breathes-what loyalty and devotion it assembled to hear and decide the '
!
slave State CLAIMED pours forth" to Mil lard Fillmore the beloved. ? I. against Gen.Talcott, has been diaz' ..,

!collection the tentiary, ; fountain, which (fertilizes what was no lately "a President, who has approved oftbrfrt ,
gent? employing the almost equally destructive Abo after carefully reading the argument3
desert 1" Never was patriotism
A, I gg.,bt, water. Phillip's Fire Annihilate State: he to de dry and sandy timony.which covered nearly a taousaaJi '
small portable machines-operate by means ofa _dieted, the' more pure, or loyalty more disinterested/ The Presdent and Cabinet have fees k

'" chemically prepared gas: perfectly innoxious withdraw It r recommends itself to a free-soil Administration''by to take an ocean ,trip from Annapolis,
I to life, and productive of no injury to proper. His own to a direct weakening and dividing those who Tort in the steamer, Golden Gate wblcal
fer and
; ty its application instantaneously subdues that he -
; Port
the next
Maryland :
I flexible. ought to feel that they have a common cause. Tuesday. J.. t
the flume, and it. great practical result is effected .us j
| which may be said to interest nil mankind. rather : Down with the c'rebel.-down with the 'trai '-

+: We consider this discovery of Mr.Philips'like. Alabama Charles tors"=down with the "secessionists"-aye.dowD Later from Texas-Wreck .f the bLk ,
i ly'to. .have great practical influence upon the Ohio delivered NEW ORLEANS: July 9.-Advices frog a'
proprietary interests of the country. Organized benefit of of his with the South ; but, hurrah for Millard to the 5th inst.are at hand. A terribli

companies, with large capitals, have beenforniel intended to as fol Fillmore, the pilot "who steers the ship of prevailed on the coast for several _

in England, and one upon % large scaleis found him whether State," and who keeps the Oasis blooming: in which the steamships Mexico, ,Co r:. &i
about being established in France, to place not lost bis right of se perennial verdure. William Penn, lying in Matogorfa Barn
the use of this Fire Annihilator within the This man driven ashore. ,, .
i reach of the community, by substituting, benefits of Republican The steamer Maria Burt, which hftGaf( ;
through the agency of fire assurances, the new been TIlE 9IONMOCTH. ton on the 24th ult., encountered tended
(. mode of extinghishiug fires, instead of an old port This; steamer touched here on Saturday last, to and was totally lost. Manyhoasesen

one by fire engine, &c. Phillips' portable machines I If State his claim to wood. She was professedly on her way from New down, and the young cotton crop Is .
f are distributing daily from the offices it could be This by Orleans to New York but there seemed to be some destroyed. .. h

of the English company in Ladenhall streetto c.unco.ri to be Con I mystery about her which those who can usually So far as ascertained, no lives faiel :
all of the and their gro. How ,
Empire is
parts use attended prohibited
mill-stone" could not
others
work "see as far into a as
.. with almost universal success. Her ,
ded slave from fathom. She was under the command of the notorious I From Washington. t
Palaces Windsor ,
Majesty's at St. James, and '
S i Bachingham House are supplied with the ,cAn.f the spot "Ned Buntline," Astor Place and Blackwetl WASHINGTON, July Uth-Dt'.. FeliPe "

; f nihilator," and so are the residences of the I to many Island memory and this circumstance detracted Envoy Plenipotentiary to Costa Rls7yeg'

principal nobility and gentry. The chief manufacturing and never nothing from the suspicions with which she was presented, bis credentials to the Sfcretaal
Another State and received as ,of .
was
establishments in Manchester, &c., viewed by Chap
many. ;t '
i have adopted them. The leading public journals mane whatever public of Guatemala.
speak unanimously in their praise: and efficacy. with which The President recognizes JoiquisS .
every BLOO.UERISM AT LOWELL. "
is in kostp i. R8 Consul Spin at San Knr.d
1 tr.Dic1dns has dedicated nearly an entire ern soverignty The Lowell factory girls are going ahead with the Fredrick H Steil, COLSU of 5.

number of his "Household Words" to a description and the voluntarily new costume. On the Fourth of July they had a Texas.

of their importance, and Lord Broughham ventured his agent-the grand procession in pants. After they got through

lately isad that "he hoped btfore long no vessel verdict, is It is with their procession and other ceremonies one,of The Tehmraterec Steamer United State>' s

would be allowed to put to sea without hav- will ,make' the ladies, as the organ of the whole presented a Clearanoe Refused. ]

._ '!rig PhillSr'ft Fire Annihilator nn__ board.J>_- who have b create cor- handsome banner to one of the fire companies NEw ORLEANS July 8th.-The stennwj
a! : Your readers must not be weary with this long is no charity sove ted States bound for Tehnantepeehasbea
account of this great invention; we regard it as Southern saying: fused clearance liy the Mexican coasnl
one of the principal discoveries, and one of thegreatest it is con "Accept this from those whose duties to themselves .. company have entered a protest agtltttl.
that the and to others demand a change from an injnrrous .
n.
blessings>> of this age of progress and proceedings.
1 I from the to a healthful costume. and as brave and gallant -
improvement age which has witnessed thee The firemen you cannot be other than the friends i
subjugation of steam to the locomotive wishes English cer of women in a good caase." A Murderer Convicted. .'JJ'/; '

I of man, and the employment of the electric It were not To which the gallant firemen (in pants) who re- BALTIMOHK,July 11.-George Long.tblderer

t fluid to communicate his desires and wants of females appears it the com plied, adverted as follows: of tbeboy.Ruropf, has been found|
i with the rapidity of though. We have employ. males. In ; to prove "Ladies let return to of murtlerin the first degree ant recom _.
once more me you our
ed invisible
two to annihilate timo and
agents males than created honest and heartfelt thanks for this beautiful token to tl e clemency cf the Court.Death
spice, and we have now harnessed a third to -
the excess is enu of our conduct as firemen. May the same spirit
the car of science to protect us from the ravages females in which has led you to adopt one of the prettiest cos-
the agent '
of fire. fVm. Hales.BOTBVBT / ,
it is tumes which you ever wore guide you through life,
sovereign and the manly and hard-handed firemen of the Mass, July llth.-WiiliaalEt '
:Yankees at the World's: Fair. 'ft whole opinion is- country will bid yon 'God speed.' q., President tb. Globe Insurance "

This 6brf esponbent of the New York Sun,-writing sexes expect...hag. any other, At the dinner is the evening this toast was given ny, died at this place lASt, evealng., ,-:'
from-London s.s's- nntbrophists time ar. by a Mr. Sherman: ,-:I; 1l-j

Quite a rich scene took place last week at the conveying : it has al "The Lowell Factory Operatives* in Bloomer A Slanrr. ;
"Pair. The Queen gave out on Friday she colonies I'i are Costume-Was Solomon in all his glory arrayedlike A complaint was lodged on TBur hy: '
one of them? For though dress like the
they
would visit the Fair the next morning at 9 o' way. In I and Editor of the Lily they are not lilies,since they Justice Coles, Williamson rgb, N. Ytbd
clock, attended by her ladies and gentlemen in the 'weaker rights both toil and spm.:yet beautiful clipper! brig Hanover, _>abieh .
waiting, to personally inspect each department great evil, ,, lunched a few a-iys since from thel
L- to receive information from those severally in ty produces de. FLORIDA SUGAR The New Orleans Trng Delta, / Pcrrine, Patterson & CO.,was intended* .
''r charge; consequently, there was quite a gather be regretted as are of the 6th inst. says:-W were shown last evening slue trade. Thr.brig, however, had left.IK.

!n* from the 'Vest end.of nobles and citizens. women, more oi r a sample of crown sugar! made on the plantation of iamsburg nnd was therefore beyond tie
Ane'; a time the Queen arrived at the beauti- cy of men. for a con, Dr. Barden on Manitee river near Tampa Bay. diction of tin Justice. '
ful fancy soi: stand from Philadelphiaat each tries to dis-
p Florida. It will compare favorably with the best
great co'ner of which, stand in bold" relief,the ry, and right be made in this State. We understand Dr. Braden The Morons Acquitted. ew
busts of Washington u3 ti made 285 hhds. last and
Ibis year expects to make 350
all
vie is suffer
scription on the head of eacli, we Strang and others of the Beaver Island! "
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solid stop? The Queen seemed t-o tJoubt the among whom hnds. next season. A portion of the crop has been ers, on an indictment fcroustructiugtbtTt)

> feet, as a yankee catch and suddenly takfcfC ted in war, immedi brought to this market by the schooner Madona States mAil, which has been some days pt&i

gold pin fron her dress, was about testinz the I I mere we would Capt. McNiel. and has; TO understand,been midst in the U. S.Court, was yesterday conclude,
fact by running the pin intothe bead of Watlving ser. no matter the highest ruling prices. the acquittal cf every defendant. Tie_i
ton, when the Philadelphian. seeing her object Kloi'J at a ,: We submitted to the Jerry on Tuesday e :
f placed his hand between the pin nnd bust which has: !, badInage. W- Tho Secretary of the Treasury has summoned with instruct*ons to render a sealed vc e

. and with gravity and polite bend of his body, the attention only: the the three Appraisers-at-Large to meet in I was agreed to without hesitancy by,tl!j
J oned-"It. is the bust of General Washing- continue to
Washington city on Thursday next, when instruc- II who were out but a few minutes consul ] ,
t. ten, your mttJesty"-quitk as thought, Prince
f Albert said with one of his usual winning no dispo. tions will be given them as to the means of dis- .

. smiles, to.the interested Queen. -If was only ever do charging their duties at the different potts of the n- A Washington correspondent of ti j

r.' royalty picking at the brain of liberty The next The largest be : to make United States,with tho view of securing a uniform Express &pl'fikiDotthe Nkuiagu,di

morning an order came from Bucbmgbam Palace ted to In this Appraisement of imported goods at an the ports or tyrsays: ; 1
!t, ,;, for a box of the Philadelphia r"nc1soaP. Mutton, in to admit the United States. : f
Another scene equally as rich happened that water w..i Sir Henry Bulwer, and M. HareotettV c

I b: morning. After!! the Queen and Court had examined of four construc- THE !ILLNESS OF MK. COOPER.-The Albany I Nicaragua Charge, have separated in a 0,1 C
the variety of American grain,and ounces troy. : f Argue states, that the illness of Mr. J. Fennimore (after having bad diplomatic interview)1
I ;
indented bole L. cause of propositions submitted to Ma r
in ) being
t- expressed her surprise at the corn hanging Cooper is not of so serious a nature as has been
Lnmlank al wbitl i a
it. clusters from the stalks, the Prince rmarkedj at j for the surrender of San Juan, to
: "America is indeed a second Egypt; the laud The Mojml ( is all stated. He has been in feeble health for several! (Marcnktta,) would net submit. ?
I .; of promise, thai could supply the world with in the i t weeks past, but is not so ill but that he can ride to Sir Henry,and .M. ircoletta, hareaiii
.f. bread." Near the sulk of grain a Yankee from 280 carats. f hands!" his farm daily. His friends do not fcy my mesas eral interviews-but Sir Henry has is& esa

, Connecticut had pitched his stand exhibiting 4S8 959. not. despair of his recovery ,. no proposition, and designs, 1.m auard,
.' baskets and boxes of patent boot and shoe pegs, by Jeffries, it their make none. Whatever propositions tberu m

appearing at a little distance very much likegrain. jewel which ttp Se- cr:: High Mass was performed the Catholic to be submitted, come or most come flea'

On pissing, tbe Queen enquiring what the Great Mo a host of churches of New York and the 2V Deum sung on Mircoletto. %. *** ,
f.. kind of sera it "Seed original wti The disposition that is to be made fJ
was. margin ; why they who de Sunday last, for the preservation of the American loto
.;. are sole binders.'' at the same time lifting his II der of ml ,and the Republic,and the perpetuity of the Union. Juan, anti the river, is a mltttr of mocaia'fct 1
r. foot to show their use., The Queen kept her mond in the nodtobt to the U. S. Government d,
;, gravity as well as she could, but tbe Prince I aia which of 0? Information has been received of the deathof is a matter in which it has taken,:,and,, I

h. turned to give vent to a smile; while the Duchess Catherine, not say Mr. Davenport, father of Miss, Davenport the take, no part adverse to Nicaragua., t.h, of
: of S., with the othe idifts in waiting drop- ed to have man' actress The event The British Government has no hold 1 ,
occurred at St Louis.
: ped their veils and placed their handkerchief to I is said to he Central America, nor do they claim; any,

cover their faces. The Prince asked how they a life annuity + so, in ::17 The Savannah Newt of the :British Minister positively declare a'
I. ." were made: :"Why, sir anew ed Jonathan, I a Greet"1D judge. Tuesday.says:- under the Treaty they cflnuot.occupy Sari..... rc
"we just throw junks of wood at one end, and have formed : i A telegraphic dispatch in the New-York Express so that there ia nothing going on to girt '
the pegs come out at the other so f ist,aa to keep Sheringan;In I Com- contradicts the statement mode by the Government any uneasiness. sa

>> :" the women folks busy enough. Ah, sir," confined emed port is into that of the correspondent the Courier & Enquirer, that -......__. t: i n:
Aboli
Jonathan. "Connecticut is
Il quite smart Mr. Webster had tendered his :ISTHMUS or TEU'1ArrTnETM tiiW
of stealing resignation to 'i
place for all such notions.1 did our
I with it to M not the President. The dispatch says: the New Orleans Picayune says that:k tt
seen lately scene variety of the prelaetkmj of
for
r captain There is,not one word of troth in the state
Omar bT&NTIOl'-Joel the ,
W.i Andrews oft :12,000, by "' Isthmus, comprising cotton, core,tebacttT;
ment. It is not true,
Norristwon, h'llo operation.at Bridgeport a large sum to and present Intended. Mr. Ills, 8ogercaeaet etc, which are all del
kiln 'for burnimg bricks exclusively with anthracite to the not less Webster leaves Washington on Tuesday, for as being equal to any he ever saw.. ,Th '
coal. It Is'snid to answer the purpose Next to and his Annapolis, Md.-and Will. I understand. leave -of wild. growth-Is rich in eelor :strosfc f it

....... admirably>> ,burning he bricks in about half the carats, is there on Wednesday for New"York, by sea in of long silky texture ; the corn was hart,> h
: time required when wood is need,and at about Thi stone our the steamer Golden Gattll'there' (one of Aspinwall'asteamers ears of great size,and well filled ; Ihe'ot ft* _
, half the cost of fueL It is said that in burning nnertbelesa, : which visits while making a high and delicious flavor; and the other
I bricks, one ton of coal will produce as much Next In trial trip.) He will, no doubt, be absent, from ductions equally remarkable in their way;'

heat as two"and a half cords of wood. met AD. health Washington full 60 days, perhaps more. His speaks also uf,seeing valuable gums troll

as to imperatively demands the relaxation,- Isthmus, and al.o specimens of'the ie" .
France i
James.D.Saunders who was killed atLyn ch. limpidity., a who and_ _out of,this, is not the story all made f from which...;or from 'animals'similar M .
burg, was 25 yean old, and, had been married -the famous ;h
.,.h ,,* but slxWUkL, Mr.,Terry, editor of the Virginian .it.. _has been To THe Trotlbtd al Tdmaaf epee Arrlvml .f Ute, These fish art.Tyreap caught purple near yente.e.JudgeTarleyof.blemphiaTena.oal dye was. pr-. ** f
T ,'was 34 years old, and had a 'wife and ',other Cherokee, Ice.Nrw .

four children. Both were highly respectable, I Ltna: : ORtxAit, July 7th.-The railroad com.pany's : l'
and both died of pistol wounds received in an reported that\ under- steamer United States leaves for Tehoanlepc T
affray! ;which Saunders. began by striking Terry cided to organi- I to -day,'with), 'a bearer of despatches- most.e.inent;jurists of that state,a f,.,
f f with a cane. States for & supposed to relate, to the recent act of the Mex- ,since .leaning upon"a small caner whJ: xt
national ; and can authorities! ordering' all Americana versing with a friend,.when the can*.
.' ,' The receipts from customs exclusive of,Cali- entrusted,.I & post ;ta'Va* the road *W'UtftS* the place. .alp.. I''with his Wright and splinter penetxiM, I
.,:, foals and Oregon, up to the 5th ult, show an : The company, howevertirp detennlnedJQO t : ,i j dderesultingblydeatb. .- .., ;:; t

!! ; Increase,compared! with toe corresponding pejiod ,The great : tenet on with the work, and' have to-day, Issued an ,
' .f last leer, of$7,720,573. length, is on advertisement for 300*laborers and two steamboats ,The American bk.iia1"14AaQ ,oa "t,

: r' ; and;Avigon. : ,which they Intend to send. off immedi. trip to Belfas,picked np a dog which c

, The London.Times pronounces* the' :elective 34 feet}' and : /00,her ,ately. : mlng In the Middle of ,the'Ailantie.ongitvde \ I r 1
. Judiciary of New York the very best. ground : l' sixty-five degrees forty-nui e
I io the world: 040,000. i.rin... r The Cholera has broken out latel11rith renewed W; and latitode* thirty-cevea, defteei; '


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,._ '".U. + .bb La'.1 T1qIaIar..l_ "-- 'Ii"" Balesi of L dr, iftweat "i'1 and flil ',B1 '-w BDBr M'-TPMBOTa"' ; .;.. :' l'. ;J. ,;. .- ; .. -

the,."Unite -.tdi..c rt.tia.1'troaa the aDd envelopes from all { s"'..n .1'- ,- on EtTt1 .
hioBr the wrappers printed mat a '4 rye Jr
Weart' Ld SO let thai the. from,aa4 atltertk 90tb Jane, ter and pamphlets notcbarrtd with ; I ..J _.
jettevpojtar
Hen. SoweU Cobb sects to bo fully ipprecb.-; 1851-r-- rx 4"" for,ti.,pvcp o/e of *xrU&. * -
ted by the Democracy of the'Old Jtamialon.W everyjk to fcr fn mannseri at.- per upon or connected with any auea.piloted,matter I# < J', .
JaTe' sbdtra'Jthll di.L1'i, quotation of any."kind..upon- which in ,be or fn och package, any-aufcUer oz thlna which? > ', ,- ftr .1 '" Yi:
from an excellent Democratic paper,the Lyneabsrg -' wed or.communicated writing,,or by:marks would antliorlse orreqwe the tHaun of a higher*. JUTisa.reoeired from New York supply of
r. Bepobllcaihv-Further-evidence'!'we find or signs sent k? mail.the-rate'm nK>ned U the rate. of postage. 'thereonrd-";HALL/ '. Type aid_other materials taitabte for Job Printing,' OM and after the 10th day of Jone, the dtr, .
the ablDcmocn.r table shall be 'sndfori.everyadditionalhalf .'r; Liz r..N- 1t fhneriL, departure 'ofthe/Yteaapoje ck '
Richmond Euminn-ou'ot., charged; we
ia & are net prepared to.execute,at the shortest no-
Editor fraction of ounce, afore the, Purr Orrtcs Acrauua; Joe 14,1SBLJoinhial. { .
ia the Union. Its, ounce or an flee '&D kinds .- MAGIfOUA: :
presses ot
Mr.i elteaplimented _by'the la*legislature, coin* weight named in ,this table; an additional. :singlerate __ ,
> is U be charged. Paaatltlets, Cbcmlan
elected Xo the CAPf.P.McNELTT '
by his prtyl being tarnr .-?,*
>
Law
BIaaks'. ,Basri.BIUs
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honorable office cf'Counsellor of: State.' He M-w Bas1a Card, Skew Bills' Prom Savannah to Palatka.",will_be TUETOAT.

:-\ol, writes in the Ettminer as follows: I'I PORT OF' JACKSONVILLE' Vlddq Cards "Billsfce: w J.M1q, arriving tiAlURUAY,eouiecting"with Hi1.
.
_ "The:Democratic Southern Rfgbtr party of i Q a.., JULY 19.- I Labels. ., tc,. &., : Steam Ships -. ,:

Georgiahare Conrention nominated Charles ._"rt.j... .t-. .."; '=v U =v I rr7 AU bill for stork of this kind,to bt paid on FLORIDA. .AND' AT.A._ _iy//|''.' .
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J.McDonald their candidate for Gorernor. 'f' a s a The U.S.Tkfall Steamer St.Matthews lddiWI'J. Jane 14. ForNewTork/ She will u ,
continue
Mr. McDonald was the President of.the Nash- ei ::e.. ';1. '. -. R. "1.i.r r' .. I ..oio 'I it Jacksonville every Strnd y:. from ari-be'l > Tuesdays throughout, the toleareca;. .
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needles is ... i.i i and leans every Tuesday: < I year,
Nome Convention,and it as to &dd a : Ia Circnlt Coort
zealous chunpion of Southern B'ghts .;:"' ,, t. :oA.G t U. &..Mail Steamer:pollaam1"eI ere : Carrying 'theBnited Sfate IIa
o a+ -
:.lEE-tpHkerCobb' Is the candidate of the'Constitutional z. O Ii, 0 ry Wednesday, from...SaTannah. and ,laves: I EASTERN CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA." For Freight Engagements> or rawga..h.fit: t.
Union PArty called. He IsyazraJ1e1JPPrttd every FtldllY ; IB CManccry accommodations Rooms "s
TO superior &o .
State. ,. ,
!
WHS Cts. Cts. Ct .
FEXTAID. Ct .
I by-the lending Whig politicians under .* *' Steamer.Wetakaarrinl on Thursday.from I Matflda Ann WHford )' apply to the Captain on board,or to '-,
Weighing i os. or ,being '
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,and all the Whig presses we believe, in- single rates. . . 3 6 '10 15 Savannah,and leans on Saturday.Steamer .. vs. > BILL Pun'Drroacc. F'ERN A.YLEL HISBEE & CO. :,"

I eluding! those,,that very recently denounced Over i os. and not over 1 os. 6 :12 ,29 80Over Sarah Spalding JUTes for.. Lake Daniel Wilford. ) Agents at Jacksonville.. or to'a
4si. I him** a traitor to the South. This however, 1 os. and not O1"er.J.. | os. 9 18 30 ,45 Monroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday TT appearing to'the satigfaotlon of the Court that M. A. COHEN, :
[is surprising,since he has given in his adihesion Over 1|ox. and not over 2 ox. 12 '240 GO JL ,lhe Defendant Daniel Wilford resides beyondthe Agent Sarannih. '

to the doctrines of Webster Fillmore, Over 2 ox. and not over 2i ox. 15 SO 50 75 limits of the State of Florida, so that the ordi-. Savannah June 3 1831.. -
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WHEI UlfTJUD. Taken from tie 1 C"f4.rof.tfa ,Otstom House." na*proeem e*'"ot *e,ervM upon him: & .
|and Company7E0UKKABLE ,
CJeeft4.' On motion of W.M.IvesEsq,Solicitor Com- rdThis Steamer will Te Jacksonville for -
Single rate,as above .-.-.- 5. 10 10 15 -
Over os. and not :over 1'os.' 10 20 20 80 '15.-Sch. ', plainant. irtTannah every FBIDAYrMORNINGat7.0''Inc
1t ADVSHTUEIS or TWO CHIL. Over 1 ox. and not over 1| ox.'15 SO 90 45 Blooming. .Yonth'Coriln'New. '. r .; Yttk.VOlt It i* Ordered, That a hearing be had on the l kj until funher notice. '.. ,..c
:\ air*. In absrnce'or their parents two lit Orer 1| ox. and not over 2 ox. 20 40y, 40 60 facts charged in the Complainant Bill at the December June ?. .' tf -. r.t

..tlegirls fire or six yean old, one a daughter Orer.2 ox. and not over 2| os._25 '60 60 75 Blank Deeds. Term next of the Circuit Court to be hold- I.
'at in and for the of Columbia.'' .
en Alligator,
Mr.John A.Root the other of Mr. Hathaway county -
[ of Ha1denville,undertook to sport upon, WOTS.From and after them June 1851,the sALE. at the NEWS:OPPICB1QQk. Provided,That t a copyoCthil order be published as DaoIU'J'. ,Brlcltlayin?, PlaSter: ;

. ''raft botfj above Hayden button facfory. In the mode of,computing the rates _upon inland letters JL Deeds to suit the conveyance Lots- Houses the.law.directs, for the space of three'months.THO. .. iDS, &C. .
{ -i.letters from one office within the United and Real Estate of every descript'on. July 19 .DOUGLAS,Jndge,-. UNDERSIGNED takes this method of f,
the raft it from
of on they pashed
act getting A true : THE
States or Territories to another,.and also upon'letters copy
the shore, and were carried over dam, when between the United States and the British .Notice.TO Test,-S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. the public that he U ready to. '
4 there'is a fall of 12 or 15 feet. As the raft North American provinces to be as follows to July 12,1851. 3m do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, Stucco, .

rose to the surface alittle hand was seen cling. wit Single rate, if not exceeding half an ounce ;; THE CITIZENS OF JACKSONVILLE AND Work &c, &c. He will furnish plans and i
JOHN'S
THE ST.
RIVER.
E Ef iogto it, and a man plunged into the river, double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not ABOUT drawings,when desired by persons for whoa ;
seized the hand, drew out the girl, and found exceeding an ounce; treble rate, if exceeding an THE SUBscRIBER offers his To Post Masters-Post Office he is engaged to execute YOlk without extra ;

the other clinging to one of her feet. Neither ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a half;; services to the public ,Stamps. charge. He is well known to the citizens of 1
and so on charging an additional rate for every gen Postmaster at Pleasant Grove Jacksonville .
mechanic and
Mass HHHE undersigned as. a competent
sustained iojary.Spriltgfidd ( ) ,
end with his vessel
any together the
additional half fraction of half ,
ounce or ounce. JL
the first
Alleghany Maryland,was person work he has performed already for citizens
Pest. The mode of computing rates letters tc Schooner MART,to freightor
upon carry in the U. S. who conceived and undertook exten- of the he '
rerrsto
ES Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, passengers to any,place or pieces along the St. 8 nlJtopubIiah'the' idea of supplying all poet offices place, as an additional' *evidence 1
Wa'sh, the deserter from the British army the British North American provinces excepted, John's and Nassau rivers. Also he following places with cheap stamps. AU stamps made by him of his qualifications. ,

whose requisition by the British Consul, as'n will remain as at present,under the act of 3d if required,to wit: St. }&.' St.. Augustine, are warrented equal or superior to any other that JjT Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering

fugitive under the Ashbnrton treaty, caused March, 1849, and agreeably to instructions appen- Savannah, and Charleston, on at reasonable tenDs can be;procured at the same price and wheneverany also famished. JOHN IVEBS., .'

so much excitement in New York last week, ded to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTI08S. as can be carried.' are sent out in way.defective or unsatisfactory N.B.: -To Planters he would he has much

has been discharged from custody by the U. S. JOHN THOMPSON. duplicates shall be forwarded on notice,with say
Jacksonville, July, 1851. tf AU who order set of ezperiance in potting np Sogar Batteries and
Commissioner. It is acid the ground out charge. straps WITH
upon 1st. Every letter or parcel, not exceeding hall
solicits work in that line confident that he can
;at Two :Dollars ,
,
* which Commissioner Bridgeham refused to.. shall be CHANGE FOR DATES onl1.-for
an ounce weight, deemed a single letter
Atl surrender Walsh In conformity to the treaty is, I or rate. For Sale, thirty pieces)--shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. gin the amplest satisfaction. Cn.a6b' moder .:
Address "Post Master, Pleasant Grove, AUeganyCoMd.rt ate. :J..L,
that the British Courts hire decided that the 2d. All drop-letters, or letters placed in any LARGE 6] octave weD tonedPIANOFORTE, h '
post office, not for transmission, but for delivery A Jacksonville, May 31, 1S51. ly _
the of European manufacture also fine Violin
does surrender
not compel fugi- ; a
treAty Any editor publishing the abore,(and this notice)
shall be with the of
only, charged postage at rate and Guitar makerApply
Wedhalm
.
tive dares by the British authorities, even one cent each. 3 times and sending a copy of paper, shall receive .
though they have committed crimes in this 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation JuJy5. to J. H.McRORY, Jr. pay in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amount Administration :Notice.s
tf .
country previous to their escape. Thin is certainly for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the of the Bill is ordered:-or,if preferred a wood engraving NOT( .E 18. HEREBY GIVEN. That ,ls

paving the English off in in their own 30th June) did not exceed$200,may send through .Floats.HE'UNDERSIGNED win be furnished,to order or, an engraved from'the'date hereof, shall apply
u coin. the mail all letters written by himself and receive .. newspaper head, and design, of.the value of,Five to the Honorable'Judge of Probate of Da-
through the mail all written communications : as the Agent of Boa Dollars. Jane 14, 1851. val County for Letters of Administration ca
addressed to himself,on his private bunnest,which I -D. L. YCLEX, offers for sale,
The Sorrowful Tree. the Estate of John Bearden,lat e of said cooty
,
hall not exceed in weight one half oun je, free of -
i F.ce Thousand Fite Hundred and Fifty Acres of
In the Island of Goa. near Bombay, there Is ailngular postage. 1 his does not authorize them to frank LAND Harmonic IDStitute deceased. ELIJAH_ .PETTT. ;.

I ngetable-tbe sorrowful tree because it any letters unless written by themselves, and on of St. all a Street.and Market Square, May 31. 1851. .6w_ .
only flourishes in the night At sunset no flowers their private business only; nor does it authorize in fractions. of 40, 80, or 160 acres; to be located on Corner
ire to be seen; and yet half an. hour after, it isquite them to receive free of postage any thing but any of the public lands in the State of Florida,subject SAVANNAH, GA. ,_ Administration, Notice.; .
enD of them. They yield a sweet smell: butQe written communications addressed to themselves, to entry at the Land Office ZOGBAUM.t A CO,Importers and Dealers HEREBY Gri'ENThat MxJL
sun no sooner begins to shine upon them, than and on their private business. JOSEPH'KNEGAN. F. in MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUXEHTS of TVfOTICE -.
and thus Jacksonville June 28 1851. 1. Weeks from.the_dole hereof I shall P*
tome of them fall off. and others close up, tt every description wholesale and retail.
it continues flowering in the night all the year.- Ntmtpaptr Rain,per yuartcrtehrn tent from Complete Bands furnished,and Dealers supplied ply.to the Hon.' Judge'.Probate: of Poral '

Grace ia the foul of a believer, is just such a flower. the'a fin of publication, to actual and bona fide Notice is Hereby Given, at New York priee, r county forLetters'of Administration on the,eF'
ftsy lD[ the dark nl ht of affliction it is fresh and fragrant subscribers: mBAT application will be nude to the Jnd of J. H. McRORY, Jr. Ute of Charles S. Smith, late of said county, .

pats od its bloom'and seems fall of immor- From after the 30th of Jane, 1851, for each .1 the Eastern iaeu orFIorida by the potation Jane 21.. ly. : Agent, .Jacksonville. deceased, ? CHARLES: SUMMERS. '. .
tality; omt when the sun of prosperity shines uponit : newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight, of John Ttnnnpevn.m* U.> s fir WUVon the May 24., 1851. 6w. .
and it is surrounded with earthly comforts then, the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly 28th .day of July next at 10 a.m, at his Chambers Executor's:Notice., r
for the first time, its divine life withers-it collapses I in advance. These rates only apply where at St Augustine, for authority to'sell'all the months:After date I will apply.to.the ; .
C and shuts its leaves. the paper is sent from the office of publication to right title and interest of their infant children in SIX Judge of Probate Drrral county Florida, A I..f.15.ratDr'IJ'Notlce.

, actual and bona fide subscribers. and to a certain Lot of Land, situated in said to be discharged from the Execntonhip of the NOTICE IS :HEREBY'GIVEN, :Thin 'air
Not Engaged Bat Married. county of Dnval, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to .
from date I shall
Tison s app1y.to'Uae.Hon..Jud :
last Will and Testament of Martha, deed. .
.
in
AcGEORGE ,
foreigners Charles Wflley, trust
Some ridiculous mistakes occur among PENELOPE maN Executrix. Probate of Dural .county, form
g R. P .
at times owing to different meanings appliedto FAIRBANKS
.. final discharge from the ministration of th.
the abeace oo 1851. 4t for Petitioners. "15th 1851 6m
I the same word in our language. Daring = Jane 8 AU'y
Estate of Solomon late of"said
of a physician of oar acquaintance, the other t SZ Hnffingham, -
lay,a gentleman called to see him, and rang the g- Administrator's Hbtice. ) .county of Dnral,deceased. ; ;
bell at the door. The summons was answered by a = a s cA IfJ")"HEREBY 'GIVEN nit four Notice. :v :' w .iJ5M. B. ROSS, Adore. .

Dutch servant girl,of whom he inquired if the doc- E-4 a p cZ NOTICE from date I shall apply to the Hon. MONTHS after.date we or..f'ih 11 presen Hay 10, 1851._Ii. gm : r

tor was within. Cts.Cts.Cts.Cta.Cts.Cts. Charles F. FitcheU Judge of.Prob of Alaehna SIX accounts and vouchers, as a"-inistratrix 'N"otlci.'S**
"No. Not over 50 miles 25 15 10 6 2* 14 I county, for an Order to sell the real estate belong- and administrator of the estate of John Stand- Exccntor's' .
t -Is his lady in?" Over ro and not over ing to the estate of Thomas Clary, deceased, to pay and State of Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY,GIVEN, .That. .air
"Yes." 300 miles 60 30 20 10 5 2} the debts of said estate and to make distribution 1",late Alaehna county from date,'I shall apply to the _
"Is she ?" the heirs of said deceased. I deed. to the Hon. Judge Sf ,Probate of said
engaged Over 300, not over 1000 among Hon.Judge of Probate of Dural county,-for*,
The girl looked at him a moment while aeur'ooszpreseson : miles 75 45 30 15 7i 34 GEORGE KIDDLE, Adm'r. county,for a final settlement :and at the same final discharge from the Administration of the

settled on her features as the replied: Over 1000,not over 2000 June 28, 1851. 4t time we shall apply to said court for letters of of John Yeomans late of said
"Why, no-she is already married!" miles 100 60 40 20 1C 5 discharge from the administration of said Es- Estate county 'xfDnraL

The gentleman sloped. Over 2000,not over 4000 ICE! ICE II tate. All persons interested are desired ,to deceased. -- I
miles 125 75 60 25 121 6! SUBSCRIBER possesses a Receipt to ena- take notice. DICY STANDLY Admi'x. WM.' B.,ROSS, .Ex'jMay -. I
4 DIABOLICAL 'ILLAI .-The New York Mirror Over 4000 miles 150 90 60 30 15 7| rUE any person to make Ice in any climate, SEBRON J.STANDLY Admn'r 10, 1851. 6m r j
learnt that a most villainous attempt to poison a trouble. The is
little or
with but expense process -
bole family has just been detected in Ncwtown DIRECTIONS.1st. simple and can be accomplished by the most lim- Newnansrllle, E. Fla. April 5,1851. Dissolution and 10ri'Ot"Copartnership :

-illage. The family of Mr. March were suddenly ited understanding, so as to produce from even -,
.1 taken sick, and under circumstances wJacb caused HleJdy papers only, when sent as above warm water in the hottest climate, a pure ice equalin
J them to think that it was poison. On examining stated,are to be delivered free in the county where essential to that formed by natural causes. NEW CLOTHING STORE. *

the well, in which were several feet of wafeu, and they are published; and this although conveyed The every luxury of always having atones will in the MODE.Agent. baa opened anew CLOTHING THE Copartnreship heretofore existing-tm-
which had to be taken out, a napkin was found, ia the mail over SO miles. heat of summer, a pure aDd delicious ice will readily J. AND DRY GOODS STORE on Bay street I the firm of CURETON, TITUS tc-
eontaing four or five pounds of arsenic, or a sub 2d Newspapers contain'ng not over 300 square be conceded; and its advantages, in eases of one door East of Mr.J. Finnegan's and respect- HARMS is this day dissolved by mutual con--
stance resembling it, and of whicharsenic was aomponentpart. inches, are to be charged one quarter the above sickness cannot be too greatly praed. By this oily invites the citizens of Jacksonville and the sent. .. .-

rates. same process warm water can be rendered delightfully surrounding country to come and see for them- I .CURETON TITUS & HARRIS. -
3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange eold in about 5 minutes, and ice creams with selves. You will positively boy your foods in this : .
Jacksonville Dec.20th 1850. w-
THE COSDEX MASSACKE-Cotncrioi or MuaHT. free of postage,one copy of each number other luxuries, can be made in from 10 to 20 new store cheaper than ever you did In JacksonsonvUle jom4)
)- ? .-We learn from our correspondence at Elk- only ; and this privilege extends to new.papers minutes.many before. J. MODE. I

ton that the jury in the case of Nicholas Murphy, published in Canada. The following notice of this great discovery is June 14, 1851. 6m The business heretofore condcuted by the ,
r itrged with the murder of William Cosden and 4th.The weight of newspapers mast bQ takenor taken from the New York San: shoved named firm will be henceforward con. f
participating in the massacre of the family, retiredat determined when they are in a dry state. ducted by and under the firm ofCURETON '
2 and returned in 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive "A Real Luxury, Dr. James R. Wilmington PROSPECTUS OF THE
o'clock morning
Stanrday
on free of under their franking produces by an artificial process pure and solid ice, & TTTUS.Jacksonrille. : ;
v boat half an hour with"the verdict"Guilty of mur- new'paperl postage from warm water, in the heat of summer, in less.. SOIL OF THE SOUTH.THE .January;1851. -
andtrponded privilege :
-erin the first degree! They were polled, t
6th.Varment in advance does not entitle the than half an'hoar. And he can render a barrel of
individually to the rerdict Cedl party paying to any deduction from the above water as cold as ice itself in a very few minutes.- UNDERSIGNED, a Committee of Pub OLD IBO. BRASS A C'jpp.E& '

Wlig. rates. This discovery must be immense value to all living on, on the part of theMnsoogee and WANTED.PERSONS I '

South." Russell Agricultural Society, respectfully in* .
To XAKC WATES COLD if SCMMERW: -Let the Rata of Postage to be charged apon'alCtraruientNewspapersmad TEKXS.This receipt which contains fun instructions rite public attention to the following Prospec' haring oM Iro*.Brass err
jar.pitcher, or vessel used for water be surroundedwith other description of Printed and ice in -
every for making ice ewamcooling tea of a Monthly Journal, to published
J
they'wo/ dispose win find
one or more folds of coarse cotton, to be constantly Matter, except Newspapers aad Periodical, other useful matters will be the abaTe oT
water, and numerous this city under the auspices. of sale for all thy
ready atthe'Fow.D"T.
of the water will crai bring -
wet The evaporation published at interval not exceeding thm months forwarded to order for Two Dollars by addressingDr. ,
etrry off the heat from the inside and reduce it to and tent from the office of publication to actual JAS. R. ,WILMtNGTONT named AIsocil ion. Jacksonrille., n., and receive liberal 1.
a freezing point. In'India and other tropical re- and bona fide tubtcnbert. 122 Nassau st, New York. The work will be devoted to the interests of prices for the sanre. -- .

mon. : t t t One Agent only will be appointed in conn- Rural Economy. Under these several heads, May 17. tf .

NOTE.-For each : : t = ty.and those desiring the agency must forward 150, will be included all that concerns the culture j
of the -
win receive 37 copies pamphlet
GAVE Tim cr.-'Are you an Odd-Fettow? Ifo, additional ounce, or a ? for which they the inpftrement of the Soil!the man .
.
** instructions.June Crops,
er! Fr.been marrid for a week 'I mean do yon fraction of an ounce, s containing full the Garden the Orchard Executor's Notice. .
belong to the Order of Odd-fellows?' 'No, no,I belong beyond the ten ounce :3 .: ".ii "S 28. 1m agement of the Farm .
the Men.'< how this table additional Flower. Yard, and the House-Keeper's depart non'ihs after date the undersigned wflT
to Order of Married Mercy in an l8:8' SIX
domb! Are yon a Mason1 'No, I am a Carpenter rate will be o Z5 1, 1 Florida House. For Rent. ment. In their connexion with the interests :iipply to the Honorable Judge of Probate .

by trade.' 'Worse and worse. Are you a Son charged. .o : t8 t8 THE above wen known HOTEL, ,situafffPA the Soil;the other industrial Pursuit- of the or If.ttcvs dismission as Executor. the Ea-.
Temperance T 'Bother you no Fm a son of : C* K** *Ox ted in the city of St Augustine, being in land will receive their appropriate attention. ate'of-John H. Whidae4lati county of
Mr.J hn Gosling The querist came away. O0 O OCts. |i'yP perfect order, is for rent for one. or more The "Soil of the South" will be under tbe 'AUVdorongh,deceased. ; -
,with or without the furniture. of Charles Peabody, '" H.HENDERSON Eiaxtor.'SamPo' \
Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Tears A. B. COLE. editorial supervision A. ,
EECTAS.IAKISXV-Little narrow prejudices which One os. or under 1 2 3 4 5 June It, 185L tf Esqr and Cot James M. Chambers. Mr.Pea- Fliu,'Bee.:7, 1850. 6mr I

mke JOB hate your neighltor, because he bas eggs- ,_ Overlel, oTer20s.. 2I _8..8 10 body has been for two yean connected with the _
roasted when yon hare yours boU cL cAt 2" u.u.. 3" 8 < 6 9'-12 15 SEA ISLAND COTTON GUVS.THE Agricultural Press, and is equally distinguish, : 1 Executor's' ,:Notice. <'/
.
u 8" u u 4" 4 8 1 .16 20 ,- and'Scientific Farmer _
and
a city feast the other ,one of the eompaDy ed as a Practical ,
day
'
was the of Providence 4" U 561. 6 10 IS 20 25 SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity Gardener.[ Cal Chambers is one of the mot months after_date I wil Apply-to the
expatiating on blessings SIX
u' at as 6" 6 13 18 U 80
'Aye,' said one of the alderman,smaking his lips, 6"6"' 7" 7 14 '21 2S 85 inform the planters of Lone Staple intelligent and successful Planters in the or h. Judge of Probate of Dural eeuD'7.F1orir r

'it is a blessed pace, sure enough-we get all oar 7U, u a' '8" 8 1G 2t. 83 40 Cotton that he still continues the manufactureof They win be assisted by an ableoorpa. of Con da,for a discharge I'zoaa.'he Bzecntorshl of ;
turtle rom it.' ROLLER HORSE GINS, the late Will and Testament of Stephen Embank
8" 9" 9 18 27 3S. 5u the latest improved ributors amoDjc the practical Farmer and ;

9" ... ... O, ,20 3O 40 60 double and single at his usual rates, and.is Planters of the.Land.' ,deceased.WILLIAM. -
tWarrft1J. ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice.. Each number will contain sixteen pages of EUBANK, :' .

DIRECTIONS. For the reputation of the,Gins apply to the quarto size printed with new t jpe on superior JscksoaviUe,Jan.11,1851.__

In this town, on Wednesday evening last, 16th 1.On erery transient newspaper, unsealed circular following Agents, or to those who- bm them white paper; and furnished to subscribers at Notice. ., :'

;inst by Rer.Mr.Harlow, Mr. JAMES GISTOS, to ,handbill engraving,pamphlet, periodical in,use:, the rate of OneDollar per ajaum, Which must ,. r -. shall- .1 \
.Kill A.ro1IIO.Cirsro of St.Augustine. magazine, book and every other description ofprinted AGENTS. be paid in adrance. f .SIX.mn\U"after:date I present ay ae-
matter the above rates mast in aH eases ,. Touchers,as Administrator of
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be prepaid, according the weight. Villalonjra& Acosta, CenterriHage,Ga. I- Post Masters are authorised to'act U the'Estate of George S. Payne to.vtheHon,

bihar 2. \V henerer any printed matter on which the Capt.B.B. Bythewood, Beaufort S. C. Agents, and they may retain 'in'their-hands Judge of Probates of HilUborongh County,andI

postage IIo be prepaid shall through Scott&Deyea, Charleston. S. C. wenty-fire per cent of ll1lblcriptlou'col- shall at the same time apply to said (onrt tot-

, DniK.m THIS i unc, on Saturday, the 12th the i inattention of Postmasters or otherwise be hon & Harris, Ocala, X. Florida.Fernandei. ected by tHem or if they prefer loopy of a discharge troD the Administration ,of ,the
shall be
.bit at her residence in St Marys Georgia; Mn. sent without'double tbe prepaymentlhe above rates.same_ charged" Bisbee& Jacksonville, e, B.'F the Work will be sent to any one twelve months said Estate. AU persons interested are chsiredt .

-itiXTM-Dcroirs, after a short fflnen of only a with 3. Bound books and parcels of printed matter, B.B.Dukes Palatka,E.F atnitouslr, "who'wQI'remit four names.'with tote notice. *.. I "

few days, not weighing over 82 ounces, shall be deemed So HQJ"t & Co.SaTannah Ga.; four dollars JOHN DARLIKG. t

She was one of the,oldest, most respected, and mailable matter. .. '- _* S.L.Niblack & Co,All atortV. All Communications must be Addressed ,:tr4trr.,
Ubredtahabitantsof known far and Periodicals published at intervals not exceeding Larttnger & Harris,ElinbtthtowEjLoWBdesExtra T-r I '7Ia Sept:28th 18M.-oetl.Administrator's 1
,
the place- three months,and sent from the office of publication post paid,to William HI Chambers,Publisher ,Tampa, .j :
I 'MU for the benevolence of her acts and the kind- to actual and bona"fide subscribers, are County, Oa. at"The.Soil of the Soar '." Columbus G.YAr.LEONAJW. I. --
,
BOSS of her heart She seemed ever io: Temember to be charred with oee fcalf th&rates mentioned 'uo. 4! : *' ,' ,.
that "hswhogheth to the poor; lendeth to the in the last above table and prepayment of a q oar Boies and Brushes can be but. of the B;. A., .- ; persons l Indebted to the estate of Geom' i!
'' pottage thereon most In afl eases be required moderate .. Persons wanting '.B1BUR'f.J.' ALL' .
at rate ,
Lord her ear was ever ready and her heart open Perlo ieafi published at Intervals 'of more than subscriber, direct .deco, are requested'to make :
to the calls of the needy and distressed. three uooUts are charged with the fall rate.which Gins,'? Gins npalad J please toLientacarto t ,Committee of'Ptibliesiian.Cclamtus .,. immediate payment to the undersigned,and aH .f
LBURNS Gs;, April 26, 1851.'BECEIYBDA demands+a'sdd.estate.ar*
&
mast be prepaid fc persona baring
She has and friends .
circle ,
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left relatives ,
large >
a y
Georgia :
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Notx.owe there is on or in any newspaper, ,8 ; ye; requested:jpresent .them properly,'attested.
to ltioern bs.lbwa She was an exemplary member periodical,pamphlet,or ether ,printed'.matter;pr ,May 31.AT ., L _. .6m: TTTJ8T :fresh' lot: of'choice wtibia'thetimeprescrfbed. byjaw.'to1**

.of thtRoaaaCathoEeChureh .asdpeaeefuDydet paper connected therewith, an manascrfpi of T. 0 HOLMES--
._ shallU asked for uBortmenft ,0f'Ud1ee' al Hams, Goahen Batter\.XackenJ"Pultoli : .
kind by which formation ,
4.stead&st ia her./aiO,to metre- the reward any or eomunonicatcd in wrltlnjf,'or by marks or signs fashionable COST--A"Jarae'Bonmts and Parasols; by* Market Bieti1tPcr'. ,.&eU at the store of- *fc' ?, .Adssissstrafm-
et her labors of lore sad self here.' ",Ncgvriereas ,w other 31. : .It.CO" t Jiekmwffle April 9,1851. "et'"* '
the said newspaper, periodical,pamphlet May 31.-'- 9. P. M'CTJENCO..* May .Q. ItfjrCDBr ," ..,

"1"Z fY'1. ;-co 9\ printed matter becomes, subject. to tetter postage .. /' .j' <, : -.to. .
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I" the Co n17or DuvaUtnd Sutn of Florida.CHAREES FROM vBTIIART'8 1 MOSt*(mL1mRA'nDPAINTING. FALND T RGOODSL .oi&i,': .tf, TJ 1 :J. :t iDi.'th iLlimitJ
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<, "BY :JBYRNE., mms 1I.., ; Wge.o.wAsmNGTONfromthe and-m&g1 ificentFTTU. UCTOTH beth roa- T'Bi..; I s;. w: 'hind and offers ;;..:;;. : ; : .' ; ';' _--IS )}.. : 'jROMNEW.iTit
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: t..t'b *), al oed A new ud, i"i, ,
:, ofinAr1canartistIS ,Considered, fcttwho aal' re41 prices. ." ; I. : : .
by l ,
:> : 1 < vLL1vING3T9wr.[ ( haTe seen it, to be one of the mort beautonu? specl-p;: ,we 11 ielect.ed, stock '**ran and winter, Goods' -I' ;1TTQYa44, ,, : W,'. ; per schooner Teneriffe, a.choice ..

: '. !men of art ever published, and a correct likeness I. wmpHsnretery _article;in:.the :Dry GoodsinVtrith ALL1GAT0ECOLVX1 jJ: CoESiPLOR1DAl: Dry ,JGoods/iGfroceries/*?
: t TJERMB: Washington. The sue of the plate is 18 by 28 r > n'assortment Faney rtleles,.eecud I
h THUS DOLLARS''ri .ASRCM, is*ADVAKCI.JJ3Ao'vetti Inches, which wHl make a handsome picture for the from\theJDOlkFashionabl. ,Houses.le .- M.Whit Smith, Office at Alligator, 'T;Ware-Crockery; ; ',8t :1M"-

parlor, and should bo In the hands ofeTcr7 American has made arrangements' to have;goods arrive t M.,O'Brien, Office at Newnansville. which l eo1ref sale ::;,.

I ementt.will be Inserted on,the follow citizen. I which will enable him: to.keep his Mai:31 18S1: tf r. a&.the.o'
*.. I. ... weekly, : : .
celebrated
It
1ztjtermi is correct copy from Stuart's oririnal '* *. :FOR CASH ,OR .COUNTKY, 'PRQ
jf:- I Painting, now at the State House,' Hartford, stock. complete' t
i One dollar per square of twelve lines. .and,under Jonn. Thankful for the patronage he has received, McIntosh at :the ,store formerly;occupied b1.1"'"v

II lor the;first insertion,.and 75 cent 'for:each snbsequenttnsemoo. Tt,is'finely, engraved, and printed- on IIlporiorJIlate he assures his old friends thatthey can'',find Just McQueen ldTORNEY4TL4W IarrlsonIBay; street. Particular' AUM, !

:, To yearly.advertisers a_liberal dll:4i paper. That it may be within the means*r ,what they want at the Brick:Store' ,.at ,prices : ,' .,exlledtOhL11iPan elegant" -

will be made ; .- :: all, the publisher has reduced the price' to ONE thit cannot fail to gait. He would" say.tojhos ft TfT LL' attend the Circuit Courts in the S :: :- tadlc'Bonne u n 1.
: ; count -*-*-*! DOLLAIt.I 3 1 : that he is always read1&nd I :
( .A- intend United States
purchasing the '
who t'" Eastern Circuit Si'
be for before in > ; of the tat and most stvl/
ii+; C3Jill: aoVerujementi must paid K?",All persons remitting the amount ,may.re- willing'to show d (e 1tng well assured : the approved |
District Court at St. Augustine Supreme
l erdoiCwileM by a regular customer. By referringto y upon receiving a perfect copy by return of mail, that cannot be tW The stock consists and ; Claims for iah.AIsot_ ,his beautiful? :ofGENTLEMEN'S
they Court at.Tallahassee ;r prosecute
to any part of the United States, (carefully put upon
-:0:1 our terms;the requisite turn maybe lCertah d rollers made for the purpose,) free of postage. in t' citizens in any part of Florida against the Government SATS, BE Dr.
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-. and transmitted'with'the adyertlieineni.Teidaeme1 : Address all orders,.,(postpaid) to the Pnbli her, Stored and.black silks;,Plain and Figuredof I at Washington, either. before Congress .CLO THING,-rBQOT, BliO.E3k

** tl not marked with. the number JOHN S. TAYLOR; every .quality English .French and American Or. at' the Departments.: Call and examine, before'irare&sjiir...
continued until forbid Bookseller and Publisher 143 N au-st.,N.Y. .Prints; "Jenny Lind"Ball'Dresses;,White and BloeEmbroidered where .' 'D. MfCUEN
iaserdoM requiiedwill "' Aovntss Jacksonville EasfFlorida..May ..
July 5. : Crape Shawls\r.Cashmere and Delane S3 kQ1
i and charged for.; _" ;Shawls; Worked'Conar.; Worsted Hoods; Plain 11, 1850, ,tf JacksonvilleMay, 31851.:S -It

(TJ-Fife dollars will be charged for all announce a Figured Caaah ters; Cloths; .Veitines; Green and ) ;
A New VOLUME AND CHEAP POSTAGE. BlueBeraze for veils.White and Red'Flanels;Scotcb l '
Plantation and
,
me its ofcandihtesforolce. ,l1IlI-SIt
ii
White !
; '"* Diaper;Kentucky Jeans Kersery's;Tweeds; Oscar, Hart ,
GRAHAM'SAmerican'Monthly Sale.
Ote square,for Six Months, t t $10 00 Silk and Colored Handkerchief. atevery price; IA- '
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1 Notice to Debtors and Creditor, t t 1 00 magazine. dies and' Genu Neck Ties; Fringe; Gimp and Buttons ., 'ATTOR'XE'Y: A>T ,LAW,: MI WILL DISPOSE OF, at Pri

H Application for Letters'o fAdministration 5'00 for trimingTVelvetRibbonKidGloTesBonnettrimings (Office iri:the 'Court House,'"up1 stairs,) :: ,PLANTATION, th
i.XTT7"E congratulate our subscribers whore, : Silk Gloves;PWa and Fancy WorkBoxes; St. John's 'river, at the mouth of,J .
03:: ? All religious"notices will Inserted gratuFnut. Knives T71LL practice in the several Counties of
V French Extracts German Cologne ; '
." ,W ceive their books by',mail, upon; the, Scissors aces;; Razors, ike.,Ac.;,with many o\bei.rticl; in, W v the Eastern Circuit of Florida,-and attend creek, sixteen' miles above' JacksoaTiUa,.,

/1> KJ::: *All admissable personal communications. will change in the rates postage upon periodicals the Fancy line.tOO numerous to mention.cir .- < to the collection .of claims against the U.. situation"*is I nowntobe the most beatheriT
,H advertisemenu. T? After the first of July the postage on Graham's :: Colli andsee.VMP' DEWEES. plates for Military Services,and for Horses lost, r, and remarkable for its uh _

; ;, ehtrged ts t Magazine will be but "' October 19, 1850. _, tf or:other property lost ordestroyed by troops not a ,case of fever having occurred lin
All bills for Job
03" Printing matt be paid on the The is
f r "' 2K CENTS UNDER 500 MILES. said service. : many years. dwelling spado.. .
;:,. t. delirery,of the work., 5, CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES. :AGENCYDr. Also,claims for Pensions of disabled' Soldiers, comfortable and calculated" for the aeeai
:':.7 f. c'.AlIc'ommunicsiions must be addressed to or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers.Also dation of a large family. (The land (ab i

J: .4. he*;Editor, pottage paid. We very confidently look for a greatly. increased ..' S. SViT.CII'SCELEBRATED claims for Bounty land to officers and acres) is of good quality, and well acUpt'e(

circulation through the mail at these I MEDICINES.Used soldiers, and,the Widows and Orphans, of deed. tho'cultivatl- of cotton and corn, udi '
: rates,and trust that,our old friends, -the, officers and soldiers- fifty acres suitedforsugarcane.: :Tkti i*

'. GREEN'S Masters, will oblige ,us .in making tho lost, by jzwstid&stznguUheJUCCe3 in the Also, will give his attention to conveyancing,, admirable' site for a steam sawmiHumouth "

: TYPE: FOUNDERY available in their respective post-towns. cure off to examining Titles! and. Records,and ascertaining i of the creek, audit possesses ad

With the next number of"Graham"we commence Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, claims to Lands. : tage of being in the centre of a :aectitt

. 1 No. 128 FULTON STREZT, SUN BUILDUO, a new volume, this number being. the Asthma Heart 'Diseases Dyspepsia All business entrusted to him will meet with country finely wooded with ,yellow .
NEW'YORIt, ast. of volume thirty-eight of the work. The prompt attention;,and all instruments of writing There is, a nourishing orange grove:..

Ko. 17 CANAL STEKET Bow, NEW ORLEANS. cog continued, and still increasing support of Gonorrlcea, Piles, FemaleComplaints will be executed by him with neatness and premises, which formerly produced taiaa
the American public to'this Magazine, encour of thousand dollars
"-- &c., &c. despatch. a a year,and will
: TO NEWSPAPER. PUBLIShERS AND ages us to renewed efforts to make this favorite ALSO Jacksonville? 25, 1851. tf: do so again,judging from the present .

'J. PRINTERS. monthly in all respects worthy of its reputa-, Shoulder and healthy appearance of the trtts.753
S. S. Fith'8Supportera
ion of Dr. -
, I confidence I invite the trade before being Post Office at Mandarin is within twoj
; .
: WITH purchase elsewhere, to give me a The Organ of American Talent. Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lectures .McRobert Baker, and the,steamers: pass and repass the hng,

I I call at No.;123 Fulton-street, New York, or at The new volume will embrace the writings Consumption: and,the ATTORNEY& COUNSELLOR LAW their regular trips to and from Savtaai*

: ; No 17 Canal-st. Bow, New Orlcans.wh &e lam of most of the authors of established reputa art preserving Life and1ealth'to JACKSONvn-LLE E. FLA. Those wishing to purchase his property,

ready to famish them withall kindiot tion, who have uniformly contributed to its Old Age, call on, or address by letter, the subscroe,:
". BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE pages, and while new names will continue to,be 4c. 4c. <# WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jacksonville, E.Florida. T-i?:
Added Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit CHARLES
.to the1
already long list of favorites a i ,BYKJ&1
- of the newest and most beautiful style. 'I am greatZvicreased qnantity of reading will,be I have been appointed Agent for the sale:r in Benton and Hillsboro' counties of the Jacksonville, I:1I10, 1Sl. tt

. also prepared to supply the much admired gi'en. In the JLuly number we shall commence the,above Goods, and will keep them constantly Southern circuit in the Supreme court at TaIls :
,
,- Scotch.letter, having lately procured from Scot on hand at my' Drug store,in the Town ofTu.mpa : hassee,and in the United States District court

. land series of these beautiful faces, together THE.OCEAN: BORN, ,'Tampa, Bay,hVla. Florida; ; and will prosecute claims against ,Private Boarding House.J.1MJ&fc

with'erefy yariety of form and pattern of & __A__r TALE_' ___OF_ ._THE__ .1 SOUTHERN__ ..t. _SEAS._.. _.. .. Dr. L. D.> ,ROGERS. United States before Congress and the Departments :-
ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE A pwifcriui lIIl1wrJ', jtuiu mevu. ui o.A. at Washington *

Bordering; I feel assured,that the elegance, Godman.G..P.R.. Esq..James, of will South continue Carolina.his contributions 'i Administrator's Notice. Being located at JacksonvelIe for life, he will St. ..Ilugu8tinei l
give his,entire and
unremitting attention to his
: and accuracy be of all the Type manufactured bj and will furnish during the next six SIX months after date I will present my accounts profession, and: all business entrusted to his Mrf G IV. Psipy hns, rc-openeJ",.
me cannot
Union.:' surpassed by.any Founder in the months" ,a novel of some length,written expressy and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of: care shall meet with prompt attention. Boardinglionic, for theacco
By an entirely, new.method in the : for Graham'sMagazine. Probate, Hillsborough county, for a final J. McROBERT Invalids and Travellers generally.. .
,and BAKER.
mixvtg easting lam enabled to retain the settlement and ask discharge from the further his thanks for the .
I virtues the A Senes of Splendid Illustrations a Angustx24 -1850.: turns liberal patronagarbe :
of componenzru'of the metal, and Administration of the Estate of John n State; has hitherto' received;and hopes that
. thus.to produce, in.addition to an elegant, the, .I are now in the hands of our artists, which will ford aDd Sasan Sta1f'ord decd.'and alsO'al1 per: lids and others who may visit our c1imitt'

.. I' most surpass any thing to be found elsewhere it n7 hariszg-v1ln'v uga1n8' Ins esta", vt McRobert: Baker
eons health will him
: pleasure, give acall i"
SOLID. ,
AND DURABLE TYPE, Monihly Magazines. No expense will be spared 3usan orJohnM. 8ffordarereqned topre- .
efforts will be
heretofore offered to the public t }To this last to meet the largest expectations of the pub- i sent. them. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., comfort. spared to contribute. 'to.

: feature I would in particular call attention,torI' no, (.n this department of'Graham.1 JOSHUA STAFFORD,Adnfr. OTARY PUBLIC. His House has, during the 1'!

solidity and dnrabilty: ofType'Ia on'the principle OUR PARIS FASHIONSwe Tampa,Jan.:9th, 7851,, J25 6m COMMISSIONER"appointed by the following States dergone thorough repairs-present has been font: ,

:' all of economy. of the greatest importance to shall c continue to furnish, in addition to ,- to take Testimony, Affidavits fy Acknoicl- throughout,and is,therefore,entirely fret fit

'; will typographers.also find The members of the craft other highly finished engravings, from the' Notice* edgeateats to be used therein i dampness. The rooms are large and airy;vl
.
to'- me ready to supply allktnds of hands of the very best artists. Maine furnished comfortable. The estabispleasantly & t
:: PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE All Post Masters and Editors H[AVING determined to discontinue my present Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts,
are authorizedto Connecticut situated
,New:Fork Pennsylvania _on a broad street,toil
r ft': :. for the establishment complete Printing Offices act at agents-to' whom specimen copies bu.sineesat. this:place, _all_' -persons DelaWW't"\IaryJ4I1dNorth: Carolina better accommodations than it affords Cai 1

: ; such Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, will be furnished, desired. indebted t4! me the in any manner:'are request c1'. South ,Carolina, GeorgiaAla.. found in the city A plentiful table
to
pay up,bl ,15th or Februai7 next other
Brass.Press and.Wood Rules. Imposing Stones. TERMS: bama, Mississippi Texas. I'roTided-a'nl civil and attentive servznf 7
. ''WISe, theIr accounts. and notelfw1l1 be nlaced in ,
; composing DUCKS,Brass and Wood tuueys,Rig $3 -- '- --- -- --'- 7"J'-- ----:--,-- July 271S50.; IIi! !:cancr werk issix ilnllur*..nitl
per annum. 2 copies for $5 5 the hands of nAtt ly --'
f lets, Closet Racks &c. &e. ; copies for rney SU1 fire and and tC.ghe ;
ligh
effort will
L Oil Type taken in, '10: 11 copies for $20. For $10 we will Bend A Cor, ESq., is my,authorized Agent to collect satisfaction both every ,_
exchange 'for to Transient
at 9cents
,
new Visit
; be Magazine for 5
to one all debts and to Philip
per lb. The Trade delt with on the most years personAddres'e transact any other business \ Fraser, Permanent Boarders. --U.
k GEO. R. GRAHAM forme. JAMES B. COLE.Garey'FerryFIaJan.6,1831 .
I .J : liberal terms, and patronage 'solicited on the No. 134 Chestnut st. ; ATTORNEY AT LAW A couple of well'broke saddle ponies are
,Philadelphia. Janl1Adml ,
. ground of furnishing to the ached to the
I purchaser article May 24, 1851. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Establishment and "wifla ,
't \ with which he will be pleased and which will be ready for hire.November .
bring! him tbe worth of his money. slrator'. Notice. WILL attend to any professional business 30. tS O. ,tf' ',.
Editors and Printers PROSPECTUS OF THE to him in the Courts of the,
r DATE
wishing to establish a MONTHS AFTER we shall- Eastern '
,.< Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished SOIL, OF THE SOUTH.; SIX present'our accounts and vouchers to'the Tallah Circuiiit and the Supreme Courts at '

with an estimate in detail of the cost by I R on. Judge of Probate for Columbia county,' connection e has. also such an advanta. PENSION, AND. COUNTY ULl

fr statlngsize of paper and kind of work to be ex THE UNDERSIGNED, a Committee of Pub Florida,for,a final settlement, and ask a discharge geous ington with an: able Lawyer at Wash -' for the offieers.and soMten* '
I' City as will
OBTAINED
ecuted. on the part of the)Iucogee and from the further Administration n of the collection, ensure a' prompt and speedy war,or their legal lepreteSj

;: .Publishers of Newspapers who will insert iussell Agricultural Society, respectfully Invite Estate'of Archibald Hogans, late of said couni' his hands of such claims as 'may be placed tit'eL, '

advertisement three months and send me i I public attention to the following Prospectus ty, deceased, of which all persons interested n 8th against the United States. Pensions for life,for 'widow of such ofEcen.

the papers containing it,add reared to".Vu ilt'i I of a Monthly Journal, to be published in "are desired to take notice.. ,* Sept.. ,1849. ly oldiers whomarrired, previous, lo.1800. U
'.\ Register"NeVI York, will be paid in materials this 'city, under the auspices of the above Z. HOGAN8, t90
,,It-: of my manufacture, provided they purchase six 'I named AS8oci lion.- ROBERTS, Adm'r. R. D.. Kendrick, 1B3O( >1IJN 1t tAi ; !
times the ameunt of their bills for The work will be devoted to the interests of !
;' adnrtls lng. Alligator, Fla, May 17, 18)1.) 6m ATTORNEY fr
COUNSELLOR J
; A AT LAW For the
gricnlture'and Horticultura Domestic r surviving the widows
H. H. GREEN, :and IinriLk or or .
' '"'... No. 128 Fulton-t New York, and Rural Economy. Under these several, heads, Bears ,Bears practice in the several Courts of the children deceased officers and ,
j: ..; Ab, 17 Canal-st.Row, New Orleans will included all that.concerns the culture Bears II !] !/ Eastern Circuit,and in the Counties of private"
o Crops,the inprovement of the Soil, the management I'WILL purchase all the BEARS'OIL' 'and Hillsborough and,Benton. of, the Southern Cir w served in the

:
that the cnit
I' of the Farm, the Garden the Orchard Citizens of Florida,will of Florida. War of 2812 with Great jg|
Britain {
;: Auctioneers Slower:'Yard and the ship to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.
HouaeKeeper'idepartment. -nor.17.Win. Mexican War
One Dollar a Gallon,'the Grease fifty ,Cents a ) or in any ,of the' :
,. 1 A-HE requested to notice the In their connexion with the interests of Pound the articles dian War
following Ad must be Pure since
;JL; t the Soil, the other ,industrial PurSuit or I tvill most M. 1790. ,
ot
: Assembly. Al 1 who desire the Tunno
to have i positively reject them. I n.Ii Terms moderate where the
their l land 'will receive their good judge of claim U t"sEabli
terms extended appropriate attention.: FACTOR
according to Section them. be & COMMISSION otherwise no '
7 of They must in :JTnaluralstate.W MERCHANT charge. : 5."J
the Act,must give new bonds. The "Soil of the South" will be under the *
c '''' editorial supervision of Charles A. HUMPHEYS, lYerda Commercial Wharf T bcSubscriberis also appointed Ageni in the If
T' JOHN Peabody
7t DEA D. I of
Wnos.usAt'Dxu Jeb. : Colombia for the
X
and Col.- oIsT 4-1y
: ; Esqr James 31. Chambers. Mr. Peabody Charleston S.

.: ,Tallahassee, February 21, 1851.Gnytntter.. .. has been for two years connected with the- Nov.: 16, 185&. ,ly.. Savannah, ,! ;eo,., --- -- :- ,' C. I' British Commercial Life Iosarut

tl .,. ; Agricultural Press and is equally U Bounty. I. -
-
: distinguished land &,General Company? :
AN ACT amendatory of the several Acts .noroin "a' Practical; and Scientific Farmer and NOTICE.TTI WASH NGTON Agency Established! in 1820 and empowered bj act of P ,
E force relating to the appointment and duties Sardener. Col Chambers is one of the most D C tnent.for the insurance of Lives and tIle endownaj
) : Auctioneer 'of, Intelligent and successful Planters in the South. : V T.- Ehave appointed T. O.HOLMES our".Gen. JOSEPH T. WALKER, Will rive n fchildrenlnLondon.NewYork ofWashiagtoaCK

' SECTION Be it enacted They will be assisted by. 'an able corps of Con; anti all cral Agent and Attorney to:settle any, prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY CAPITAL ,$3,000,000. .'
business !
in
the the ofPalnier&
by Senate and L t tributors name Ferris LAND>> CLAIMS officers and
among the practical Farmers : soldiers Conmunicnlions
House Representatirs of the ,and To collect and engaged 'in, addressed to the abscrJflL
State Florida receive all debts due the latej7orjda '
the 'of'
Planters of the .firm '
Land. War. or either of" Washington,D, C.
'the will
'Indi receive
ia General Palmer / attnd;
Assembly convened. & Ferris prompt
J That.tlao' by W
tax Each number will contain by'Do.nd-Mortg.ge: art in.Which the United States '
Auction sales shall, be sixteen pages o/ orotherwise .also hare been en '. 31. THOMPSONS
upon
,two for Darius
'per ,
centum Ferrisdeoeased. aged the War with
size or A
quarto printed with g Great Lam
,. the new type on superior Britain of 1812 Attorney ,andCodmLiive'of f *3
amount sales, ,
upon gross
of AJlpersoDS haying demands :
except sales white against Palmer and to
:: ; p'per"and furnished to subscribers any description of business :'Decflsfor North
and *
of cotton not damaged requiring an &utAOzr: *
g upon which I there.shall 1 the rate of One Dollar :& Ferris oriariusFerris: deceased,i ,will Agentor Attorney P.:S.
bfA't&xotolielUlfotone'p ... J>er anus; which must pro Washington. For procu -Refer.if necessary,toibe, Headt *?
sent the
: to T*
, be paid in_advance.. same 0. Holmes for payment,. an ringla ,warrants his charge will be l nenta.and Members Congress
2. Be 85. generally.J
it
SEe In
further ,
enacted, That '4., I all persons indebted to Palmer & other .
no tax Ferris, or:Da cases It will be proportioned Washington Citj,November 1850.
to .
on Auction sales shall be assessed levied : Post Masters authorized to riusFerris,are I the na 2llfo\i
or by act:as requested to call on T.O.Holmes ture and difficulty; the ,
any county incorporated town Agents,and.they. retain in for settlement and case. .. ....
or city In this may their hands .. make payment. Bt will also act in connection '
r. State,greater than twenty-five, ,per:centum up' twenty-five per., e1-t. of,all,subscriptions colected.hythemr '- BARAH FERRIS A ttorneys In'Florida who may be with Agents or -I Circuit :Court, Eastern_ Pit'FJorida l
outbeStatetax. 4 employed in -
'p or,U-they prefer It..a of Adm'x.ofD.FfiRfiisdec. B land and
Be the Work will be sent to twelve copy ounty other claims? ,on.' terms which in ColumbiaNAKCY '
: Scd3..: Jt further"'enacted,-'That all any one months DAVID PALMER. r" maybe agreed upon. letters \ 9Wty

Auctbneerswbo have heretofore been?appoin fo gatuitously dollars., who'willremI' ,< .. < ; four. :names". < with, Ju.cbonll1eJau. 'SSO.> : ''tf /: be post-paid) will receive: immediate(which ,should ,f,COOK, a- r,: r
tI alien '
I. t according to law'and' t' f In Chancery
I commissions have:no p I tion.. : Aug.171850. s Y5 ,
-. yet expired,and all Auctioneers who shall hereafter J7 All Communications"most be addressed ;N: tiee. } < .. tf JOHN, C. Co Jt. ') ,Bai otDho e... '

,beappolnted, l1hold thereooe during post to William IL 'moDt s after'date I Chai-leif ,-'f',
I ; the,period of sis 'yesrafroin 'the,date otthcir of"Tr' of the South ChambersPuhllsher Columbus Gi. SIX countaand vouchers, as shalipresent Administrator my:ac. ...- -'.. ---DeWaal- IT that appearing the Defendant to satisfaction of the I '
Provided .of ,John CookJa
appointment That all Auctioneers 'VAN the Estate'of : AUCTIONEER ; a BOB ip
LEONARD George S. Payne, to''the', Hon : sident of the State of Florida and '
appointed by the GOYernt'r-dunng the recess o f 'R. A.:WARE. ,J. Judge Probates JACKSONVILLE of that lisp
r flilfcborough E. residence ia
,F. unknown
the General County. ,and the
shall' Complainant
Assembly hold
;
their "
only until the end of the session.of the Gene office Committee J.-E. HURT, I a shall at the fron same time apply to said f ourt for n-'SALts in any part of the...County attended It y ordered, that the.said Defendant do appl
t : ra1 "' of Publication., discharge the Administration of the to, and:respectully solicited. and plead, .answer demur
: or
Assembly after, the date of'their Columbus to this Bill,**
. : in tment., ,. .ap,. Gsn,April, 26,1851. said Estate".,AH per sons intereitelare'desired to; JacksonIlleMsy,1843 .. i three rnonthsortboewiflbo takeaS
po -
takenotice.. '. l' __ T- r I ,_ ,_. c onfe&iedi provided publication '
p ; [,Approied-by theGoernor.Tan. 13,1851. ; : b. m.de of W.
:Executor's. 'If Notice.. :JOHN', DARLING. J.isrueuien, Carpcatcn Wanted, order as the lawoirecta.4; $'.
J ., : : '<
dminilttat (Signed "
"
> '> UNDERSIGNED ) THOS. DOUG
k '
f.
; .... IX month* after:date the. THE wisher to' employ '
,
I NOTICE.'STEAM fS undersigned-will L TampaFla.SepL2Stb.i85O..a4'}. I Jy 11X or,eJghtCarptntersi ,AtrueCopyTest, J'I 1K'
apply to Honorable .. to
;
: Judge Df Probate }whom : ,S.8CAflBOEOUiIa
1
Iteadyemplo.rment
8 -
: egile
1VMLL.FOB SALE. will
,' : or'lettcrs 'I
at
. dismission as Executor of sonable rea- Feb.1931
the Es Administrator's )| .
_
ate Notiqe.ALL wagex.Applyto: Mareh1'iq'3m
of3Qbn U. .. : 3
Whlddonlateofthe
flhIIESUBSCRIBEaoffera for sale -; : t I .
on rea- ,county. .of : t. .
t" IJESSE.GABDNER" ,
1 RUhsboreughdeceased. ; ""
POr50flfldeIdtOhe ,
.
' sonbletermbIs3TEAM84W.Z ; estate tfitttj.
L of George May31.' "3t :: *
t 4N DM4CHINJ1RY. at Gare.r.'aFzr1- I A,$*,HENDERSON. ,'Executor. Flemnung Ljje requested]to make : : _. _: Jackson TD1tiFIL! STIMSON: : &. 'COAS!:

.n. Taleo ;florida.j'1'b'tEDclniJJI 20() hOn:; TamMjFJa/'Deo.:1'18S0. : : .J 0mExecutor's 'immediate payment; to the nndersigned,i and all I' ..:.... New-York <

A3 power,10 Inch cylender 3 feet stroke, and 9 persons having demaids against said estate arc For Sale, ,: ,New-Orleans 8F. ,
boilers.! 24 feet 38 k. l : requested'ta!present:them : (MILL iritn:all':" '. ,4-'
long,,_ diameter, alli t Notice. properly4attested I ASTJGAB- the irons news- I .1 ,
competsoder.sd within the time: prescribed .., I th 'bi1eExpre :;: "- ,,
ready for Immediate ,use, b11 f j; t appUoatomCothorsepewi.; ;. .. '
; Uhas*lso a.corn mill attached.,The',Engin SCCsaoathVafterdate'Iirill'! apply to the ;f. }* :& 0,: UdLME8,,"* ,-' Iherollersareof Jron/18; ,Incneiin diameter r' Ejt-.: s.' klj(8irlr-
( .. '
; anit1fchlner wilib.'Old"pai desirec d. Dnnlceunt1,Flori. IH. 36 inches In length. ,Also, ',two BOILERS'measuring150 "'- .o\y ... .... J _'-'_ _4 f'jqrl
,
17 dafora4Iichargszronm. l:4dmin : "
I the JacksonTilleApiI"; Jsoo ?,' .. .. : E8:
torspplytosatp3,0 Exeeatorshtpo f .
;.,to, .' 2E11 gallons r ; ". \ \ If'.u
'
nJl
7 teiteWfl1snd. ';
gtntIa., ., *. Testament ot$ f' .t !I' DeliveryifJackionTfflaorPalatk! 'No. 19 Wall. -
-.. v ajo tepheu-l.;Su.J -, .. '. ..- ., *. ,**", : :: ) Strecl. :New'York';
;:.. 'Afl >" -- r1' r +-- Fop addIU n I ,partI ; i ( -w
COLE. StACharlea
e : )[ A' CQ8T-1arg; ass 9rta.en'\o J.I Jfe8'.td applr(t s.:\V. BaildioffNOrl; |

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