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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 26, 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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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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-W datSeahaeI OD clime om. the fsea of the earth that can 'Amon "th : > .vWoniryrspeeilation. -
has caned ; \ it? Bat it may be objected to,"thai of property to'his r"eIitfres'iad'acme tiactat mlny subjects, which hue at. .: Alreadyhaye M typographftrs, andsv--
fbsryoarday: ; &WI.1:" h faming. We admit that it ia, but it charitable institutions that were by no;means the'attention of both ancient and'mod T9on4iscmerid that their M*.)tau of mndjwn'
Anoo woman.pat the brooches on, high,farming as it-wUhia tho reach of agre
m reader of this Journal.,.Is U.not testamentary document'other"misgiTlngs with great aiffity'and eai'by' :De'Mdlct and ancient'times:: The nit accumulation of teed.s
Ah! wt&4 y, the a aayT;' tints one aero than four? and does It sreated uneasinesa.and alarm in the mind of others, is the'constant and cert jndlmlnition of reels.:and.Islands In thePacific, and out .ttf;
Shan one bestow his loaves oD its extra yield :doubt and 'trebly for the cormorant with whom. diserable old the sea, or' the'observabledecrease of the'wa coasts of North'and South America, has dtafsKI:

A ehainelea maid who's not afraid manvrcff jsimsinkbelaea andOabor'apftied' ?'? What U our great I idiot aaaoCTatflfl hla Jatfto.,POTI of ft good family, tern of' the ocean.:.- 'Facts':'can'be.produced to fished the ocean ,liquid sufficiently to alter the'
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To pot a pair breeches on. aeeaion?, .f thai -1U1 Jprice'forne in Lancashire, England,- and. possessed of a show that the oceo> line of coast has frequent sea coasts of EuroperOjecting them former
wrfl ltUedgrab3'crIbs'ha Potato decidedly superior education,this womajj knew ly.altered, projecting itself.info'the sea; and into the'sea. ; One remarkable tact is thl*d&ti- 7; _
; Shell make hIm'feet from bead to hoc, root; or tho Ion expensive eomcal heaps thick that the most undoubted'Jetidir of the Jaw was that rooks have appeared above the water which .r nuf Ion of the"shores' of the'mediterrawsa x '

atererebebehitche oD abou his yard..'.w.1DJk.or look out.upon the : necessary"to''vuxre her.the possession''oT the were known In former days to hare.been-COD which appear to be higher now than they wee' .
winfc T herbage of,ni* Rata Bans, fbclan vast and real Biderao. ,immcrdcd.. ." '"
tie right( b day or night green may personal. estate.accttmnlated by .t foracrlyt is particularly shown' ia the State
has no y Iz dependence that an Old or' New England far her victim ia : These facts have been : of Gihraftcr
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"- erent- of his death, :With attributed by coma to age of the Dafdaneles...
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i To pat a reIr'o breeches mer round for his but
r .life a him not only family for his
na1 association with, an unscrupulous and unprincipled rising of theiland by intcriorJteat, expanding since, but attributed them. to ,very 'different K
l We always we the graces three < flock i and herds,and then, whatever cotta does ,.
witches brinj;.' ID&1'come m'for expenses and surplus pro : attorney,named Malone,with whom beneath and forcing the mass' above torisc. causes from. those herein stated. ,
I ti Without a rag the 00, fits' We beKere this is what wo are-:destined to she pretended to be smitten, and to whom she But We propose to show that all these phenom This proces of island-: ,,Is among li..,

Eat O! Gad Zoo! how would it look com< > to,ud.1Ite'nuta Gaga crop will'play no amid promised her-hand and .fortune. immediatelyafter ena:of the change in the anliDe of m shrOJiclerfa1udsimpleofNatnre. We first.,

: Should each one put the breeches on! shar> In iUcon:, ummaUon. C9u14.an analysingj Uw old man)5dcmi?,' Bfifcs .ii" OS Of and appearance of rocks above the water :iscausedlJacaxtaln.dfminution perceive an Innumerable and almost Impercep>

phil gophie mind have looked upon Queen YicioV,this"Oily Gammon," and:.in tne obedience of ;tho wafers tible'number of insects forming a solid..
' When woman'1 wit is stirred a bit, via shc headed tho Royal cortege,,clad in her tertain instincts in reference to her DS of the; ocean'and that"a* process is at aUl times which in time reaches the surface of the ocean.
rogal Jewc*,amid all the pomp* and splendor of going on ly'which"the This coral rock how becomes" the home of
substance
. The first reform she pitches on, inf Fair.and she plotted for the pert rmaJtCeol a second ceremony ,held in solution :
Is how mho may,with least delay, ODCZ jbeSold tbeCrvafal'Palaeeat'the that wonderful structure,World's filled with'all, : with her liege, which she continued him in ,I the ocean .'waters are;.converted 'intosolids. multitudes of shell_ fish, UW':die and deposit:
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was to her social and In order to make this subject pJa a d their shells and fill up the reef compactly, even' .
" draw a pair of breeches on! the ;ems of British",art, and England's,and the necessary personal hap "
JRBi Woi d.,chivalry, paying-tn uto'to honest industry piness. Accordingly the'ceremony "was per. lucid; all.,,technical'scientific: nomenclatures with the,water;kelp attaches Itself the rocks
I ; he might hare exclaimed,as ho thought olthe formed by the Ber.Mr. Bhultz at, Werb Jog's will be avoided, and even the'names of the busy and the action 'of the sea daring*gales,tearsmuch

f T lrfmlturaI.t'1mII foun lation upon'whkh aQ this splendor was based Church,Dublin,," in the?year. 1833; the only ,and ,different classesof; ;architects"in the of itoff'and. : deposits it among.the cre xvices.
t Tun ipsj Turnip II"Turnips HI! havo-done all this. marriage (fortunately; the lady) recognisable great work consolidation of,tho vast unfathnmable .,;where it decays. .The Saragossft:plant '
Com a,brothers let us raise.the cry Turnips;and by law ia the'deliTering of the d dslon.An .- oceat .will be'called bj simple'nam. findlt way by the innumersblecnrrcntoftbeocean
r*. Rata Bsa Itw !cannot"yet build Crystal Palaces we can lay
'this,.&rr. Ke1ty''wu mesmerized' into The bbj cfof .a,scientific knowledge is not to to these ialands and thrown upon them
Among' all the varieties of ,plants -roots,' thef bundatioa of our independence which will be cover! science by':' which in .vast quantities ,forming a temporary sflf
I goldbn palaces to ,'mad to ear posterity.. making a c new will:In which ho reroked the up names can be only ,
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grains or grasses, now being introduced from ace former behests only leaying toi his;daughter tr Jl8t ted by the learned,'but simply' to make the seabird,'seeks the place for food,' as the

abroad norft u destined to fill so important n whom he formerly fondly loTed,.100($500)a ) smooth the piths of Nature,'and open her deep sea-weeds contain 'many myriadsjbt little&ft 1 -

part in Southern husbandry as the Swedish or i[ iWflttlll1trou. "j year--and kppointing his wife whole and sole resources ,knowledge land .Nature's facts rine:insects, The' birds enrich'tie deposits ..
Rut flags Turnip. And Southern'cultivatorsbegin .- -- .- legatee to the bulk of his enormous estates. plainly and concisely"- I'shall endeavor to do already there; and now-comes the' cverlaatitg'

to appreciate a crop, that, as table'es- 'Romantic :Wifl Case. ; One of the romantio incidents of this'case this in simple terms, and beg, the ned scientific mangrove,'seizing hold with its tendrils of':.the)
calcnt ana stock feeder, cannot be surpassed : to "me 'I points of coraL'and firmly;attaching tt 'j
;J' was this His laughter, on whose education he saran excuse if use the vulgar sharp ., + t ;
by any yet in cultivation,when we take into -: had expended much pain and money haTing -, terms and names instead of the.learned classi self to them: .'! '
consideration the! amount raised Per sicre'and : The final decision on "will case," inrolnng been totally neglected '"thrown ,upon1 fications set down by themselves;' ,Now to my :Here, then,is an'island, the whole of r which .! I.
the nutriment it affords: Those who look upon facts or issues and circumstances of a most romantic the kindness"of some* friends, the neighborhood subject. < has been formed from the solid contents of the. "

great yields per acre as visionary experiments nature,,was recently"giTch in Dublin' jof her father's princely mansion of Kil- 'The sea, of.the waters ef'the sea- are composed ocean, which tad been held in solution'from- .!
of fancy book tanners,may,take our word for by,Mr.. Justice .Crampton.. The case was so toon. She was actually reduced poverty, LP t7.Cf'eldhi'so1 beginning'of creation,hotfngof which cft&

it. that we hare seen in Gcoagia, four thousand complicated and puzzling;it.occupied the. time when a Mrs.Haachoon the kindheartedPost. baD' Some of these .ire salt;soda, and lime.-. be returned to it, as the wh substances hsw
b bushels of Rub Daga Turnips, made upon four and attention of the' legal tribunal for Eereral mistress of the village,of Athtesgne,contrived It with these three we hare principally to deal. been rendered 101 d Here isaprocesi whieh'

acres of ground, and that ground a piece of years; sometimes portending or pronouncing to,establish an interview between father and From these are manufactured shells,concealed must :.in. /..enclose the Carribean sea and -
exhausted worn out land;that had been reju- victory for Respondent; occasionally opening daughter, trusting to: the influence natural: coral reefs, islands and banks,'throughout thet.depth. Gulf ofMexico: ,making them--lakes abstract*'
touted by the culture of the CoV Pea. What up Vistas of hope for Appellant.In .- emotion'in >causing some' change' favorable toher ocean f The Florida ,reels-, ,Antilles," ing'from the gultand.th"sea nearly'aU their
other crop:did a.SOuthern planter ever:take delivering judgment of. the Court of protege in the breast of the infatuated andunnaturaL coasts of Mexico and alL Polynesia'or:nearly salt,soday;and .lime,, and'learing Bh'fttet'1a

from the soil that paid as veil 1 *.And then' it Delegates, or- of..foal appeal Chief Justice r+.'snL .The zuiHionaira-and his all, are taken from thefeotid substances held in JiDd1&r'to those of.,Erie' Ontario fce,, r '.

Is to be remembered,that there is no'pulling Crum ton recapitulated a full bin of pa--licentiousness lone child met lathe back parlor'of the'.uttu, solution by the waters of the ocean.. :;,:The..,for which at some former period may,haT beers r
or housing necessary, but as the'market or his lars evoking such a history of crime, village post office. 4 .." macron ot coral'.' J.s1anr' in the I ocean' is most s._:And b1this-p the,Pacific"ocean _
necessities may require he can pull them fresh female fascination andlntriP'ii: The old man's feelings were deeply wrought singular; wonderfulThe little win be narrowed Into"a mere strait; or-not

from the ground.from.September until ApriL fessional perfidy;mental upon. Memoir dawned upon hil.tnteUedandeDdeuiDS.Obtraded bnsyacientifioworfreuemployed "in this *ape wider than ft few days from continml to coos .
It is objected by some farmers and gardeners, ration;U but seldom transpires ins contested ..themselTes des)of;architecture areiBO: very minute that it tinenC J
that they cannot sate the seed from the Rub family claim for the subdivision of property.._ ran down requires a powerful 'nikroecope to'show neD ", ,This stupendous work of continent-akin

Bags in this climate. This in our humble A. Dublin attorney;named .Hugh.. Kelly, warmly em the semblance of some{6T them'while others is one. neceanryfo the future wants of.man,
opinion is the very greatest recommendationthat through great ability in his calling,and by indefatigable braced her he bred :so\ intensely.former can'be detected' 'by the''naked eye: JT&ey are who must eventually increase iD numbers to ,

the Rub Baga has; for when the White industry and great probity in early years. .*- ? divided_ Into) sepente classes,and each*class is populate all the known arable lands noWawait-

Turnip has become pithy and spongy:from age accumulated. large fortune-amounting ,Mrs Kelly having been informed" ,of her laid perfectly master of his business, We find them ing his .- These forming lands are sit-
seeding the Bata Baga fronvahowing no seed to \0,000 of yearly real estate!income dfci andover and master's visit_to the 'sequestered Tillage net'only practical workmen"but';"scientific'ar- noted within thoteparallels most conducive to
vessels remains as sweet and finD as every 125,000 of personal property:'J not ,' collected her'iujrmydons-Jwent"'in chlteaasandattccmista..Tutanyy.lsan pn duttlTenegavwhcre\tke'mafgTiati"required.
ALL when all other greens hate failed for the marry in early ute but' contracted an intimacy search of the strayed sheep.. They made an incursion interest in this aubj. take up a few shells for sustenance,of the human race"are easily

table its cabbage-like leaf is as tender and which produced an illegitimate daughter, on on the premises,found the.ancient truant a single Valve,a, double triple yalve; examine inhospitable soflj ; ,
succulent,as a Savoy. And when cattle,hogs, whose care and culture he lavished ,an abundance in the act of his tears and embraces}forced them closely he will find the interior of the and .climates of the extreme North or South

or sheep are deprived of their summer herbage ot paternal lore him from the premises,'and made him be1ieTe'th:1t shell is composed of lime mixed ;with'a proror-: where they ean be ra idly created,and YegetaUon > '
the vast amount of its tender foliage,and nu. In the year.1822,he happened to be at Bath. his daughter planned his death by poisonor tion of soda, and,as he approaches the interior, brought forward_ as. much by the.aid of
tritious roots, may be turned into',beef :milk, England where his daughter's education was assassination.' it will be seen to be mixed with the three substances climate as soiL

butter;mutton :and wooL It is generally ad being completed; In that' gay and fashionable *' -.J' '* *, T -lime,soda,and salt-that it is as hard. Oar attention t.'ctran''toth4'

tnitted that the English surpass all other peo resort;he met a young lady of beautiful per- The lady .adventurer, JiaYIDgmed Malone as' the moat durable stone. r; \ shell-fish principally from thtir beauty,and wensd

ple in the quality of their beef and mutton, son and faeclnatingmanatranamed Edgecomb, for all necessary purposes; to answer the requirements .The' substances' are taken from the the watersof them mostly u a'm'ornament for tho
and in the textures of'their wools; and it is to.hom according testimony" TeD,011'the of the law, conceiTed the idea, of the.:ocean, seperated by the animal ,formed parlor table.:.Bus, when we examine them

the boon of England that she does it through trialhe-madeproposals of marriage which throwing off so disreputable tool;who did not in the.waters from whence they were taken and closelyj-how 'admirably do ,we find 'all theif

her turnips, which the. Bata Baga the best were then rejected. .: hesitate to perform the dirty work: the;'egd.red made insoluble in the same substance in which parts arranged nothing wanting 'no:extrs
and principal rariety.Obye In thejyear.427.; this:lady came, over ,to of him for.ft consideration. -;f" ,7 I: they- were held .ii:; solution. ;>: This peculiar space, departure from sdentifie principles

RfpubKeon aristocracy/that. turn, up 'awhereshe fell.in with,, and renewed ,The wealthy Parr enue was finally induced chemical seperation' -the precipitation of.'each their architecture beautiful;theircoleringandornaments .
her acquaintance.with. Her'extreme substance,in,the singular manner performed exquisite;: strength perfect. And"
your Hoses at American cloth just analyze the to purchase a property.in Bn and,: to War- : '
doth oh your back and find the turnips turned beauty and?irresistible Attractions of manner wickshirej wlge no lived bat a short time previous by he1f.JWiJJ.the fabrication of,their'domi- these little animals,with barely enough life and
intowsoL And why shall we not hate I Just asiDe and accomplishments procured her many devoted to his.dissolution in 1845,when his relict cilflTfhas'nerer; yet 'been,attained.by.the'most motion,enbale them;to.mOTe slowly from
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admirers 'either from Impure aaeoclalions learned and 'pfactl=chemist ;.The little' place e',the ta'emp1o cr informing
but
milk,'butter,eef, mutton and wool scathe ; .into possession of, all his .property andeffects. coral .toplace, -
English ,Here, where the mildness of our climate a'perrerled domestic training, era radically Malone saw that no chance remained insect, which. silently,surely,'industriously Dumer islands and extensive'conU
renders it unnecessary to shelter the stockor corrupt inclination her morals were not for him of grasping the object rof'his builds up from the' ocean depth bistros house. nenta for the future'use oomanandaoiilyhtib;

house the provender, even ,in the coldest of guided by,the principles practices of virtue. double passion..;- aTarice'and lost-he became ia; eoually.with the BheU-fish,an accomplished surely,.diminishing! the Tast'unfathomed' oeeaa
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Echo She'lived under the protection of several galr architect anjiscientific.chemis; He selects his to thenarrow measure of a mere Btriit-HpcBrf-
oar winter why do we not bare it all I furious and TOwedTengeance.rc .
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answers why?. Now; for ,the';planting"and hats; at one time,as Mrs. Meredith,at}another One claimant the Kelly estate was silenced- materials from":the seperatesthemhizes; bly to a,rivuletWUIst Mari is fining all theearth ,

aaanagemcnt of the crop., ,To.succeed well with as Mrs.,Cue, and, sp-forth. 'In-the.languageef by a bribe'of$30,0001: But Malone was not to them in:proper proportions,'and:formes theminto'soliJs. With his;:P progeny,,the little coral insect )

the Rata Bags, the soil should bo,-light and _.__the. poet M <--_ 7 1 be satisfied with a trifle.;:,He 'gave:to ;'a Mr. in.the same medium 9D1.which and italadjunctauelilliDgthe oCean with' Is*

rich. The English use ground bones on,their /'When once sunk in, freer, a, most respectable solicitor,".i packageof the materials, Rero'taken... Each; .workman lands andcontinciitafornan'alnherita. ce. ; _

turnip grounds with astonishing resul .,. ,But Her.woman's soul could, know'- letters of the, most/criminal and flagitious performs i partabandons; it When' finished :Shedaat mina Fatal Accident. : ,
I lerej where bones bleach in the sun shine decorating No pause fafsinJ' : 1' ; character,In which Mrs.. Kelly,,laid open her and glreaplace.to another Y set,and systematically A man named Wi H.'Britton, was shot at I
the farm ,yard and the road; side,.we Tithe Irish Metropolis ahe feU"-so low;and tissue rof audacious and vagabond plans: and .as the others,.ands m,9f8ey the Philadelphia young on Wednesday'and has since,died, .
are compelled to take a more bulky.substitute became BO t'degraded as. in ;the summer of womanhood 'wUcby under Providence,led to the.derelopet bricklayer ;the carpenter, Jplastera-,in a The circumstances attending the ease are.ifistresaing .
in the shape' .composted manures or ..thetradings educated:.and. beautiful, to become ment of the'entangled' Dec.wortbTwhIch the modern building.:.These submerged land-ocean' :indeed.; It :appears .that.an elderly,brother
establishment in mechanics and,chemists .never,fail 'm )heir hounbetbro arrived from the South
and droppings ef,cattle.. The.penning mistress nof'ftw-disreputable: case was wound up and 'r01mdm.1 had only a few ,
of ghee Is above all! other manures the PanziUe street immediately at the rear,of Mr. It eventually.turned out that there: was no work,norinterfere with each''other....'We ner-, where for a long time he had been redding.;;After

most. favorable to the turnip crop; land next, KeD",'s splendid mansion in Mession square.The proper.and,legal marriage. ; that Mr. er univalve attempt'to fAbricate a bivialye's tho embraces and eci congratulations jovouH meet'
'Waire7iconfoundhc'oldaognaiatauceont .iD'n mansion, nOT.ddwe''see"ft, ; tr.coral working ontbemsnaionf ing with his family,he -retired .to' the chamber
for this climate* is the cattle 'pens y but; any ', < Kelly made, in.1835, ft and testa- a mnshroom'but'each builds hisori'striict the' deceased'and'was setting on the bed-tide eonTcrstag'when -.
new,fresh lands, that are rich will bring good and became a permanent then'gives.place to another
Buta Bagas,without manure The should resldenceL'Andhere too'In this haunt soul f8 that, when he was dying and Tnen- ;; handed to him folook'at by the deceasedrandV in
either be< English or Northern raised as they "of fashiczmbt 'abd'trpper ten Yiee and profligacy tally incapable, she induced him to.make,a new e.h Tactetot.workmen! 'at t be.znentkeIs'regaaed.to.eommtnce ; an instant.after.-it;ezploded p,by.previous load- I

come to'quicker maturity,and .preserve their, ,the poor old man (for Mi Tears'were in the ,will in her faror. and that Malone was cognizant ,? -u' ,,fnti 7 ;,. r' ling,,the cock having caught upon the guard of the
"" = iThe first mechanic inHhis great work >f the it k supposed aad, ot,the
j by
peculiar Swedish qualities. As soon at'lUthe, mid-minter existence) became so infatuated .of and a. to all these tacts. : : nipple ; the -crcsprng
; and diminution of the ocean fie the eoralaree: This barms they revolved, pcrnutiufgjih'6; cock toy
mm. manners and'reTiewing
twenty-fifth of this month as.the ground will by this English. elegant. Grounded on these derelopements. -:
little generally f into its place The ball struck the deceased lust u
iAsecT ( mat.ahra;
mind
)
admit the is fascinating person that he prostrated his the history of :the,lives pI.bothman'.and selects
of it,, put in ,the seed. If ground the deepest water of this tribe he was about turning aside, entered the groin and
alj
good and fresh, they may be sowed broadcast, and judgment' beneath her influence and con wife,incased they were ins robe of.the I.- I flat to/work passed awards'obliquely:towards the':left thigh,
in his surfiice
taking care to sow terr.thin,but it; is best,for trol.: Mr. Kelly only.took her from her infamous most singular romance, 'Justice (tram ton, on. ;fastens fouDaationTequirra;his base.:wi 'jhcrc. ; causing a most rapid ana profuse internal{ hcmorrhagaT .
abode bat ,became united her ,by behalf his of final appealon he commences,the Buperstructure. ,Pi& FaQagherPIesKantsaudPaTxx
the fall perfection of the hats Baga,to sow in ; Jo: of, brother'del.
drills that it be worked during its early some private;and bte'e; n1 ofmarriage. the*merits; declared the second will nun .,:'Th" whole J/j-cinnmcnce1 their called ice. bat no soreical aid could avail and death '
may
the hoe ,let Having' a'-J 6 2"''scat lathe ,and Told 'lndpronouaeedthe; .0' be work atr the MmetireaaonUnue.anccasingly followed in about thirty hours. Tho brothers were
growth either with cultivator or ; ; '
until their forest is to each'other
the drills be about;two feet to two and a.half County of Boscommon, 'the"jold'man'was'*> against Mn..Kd1r,. with coats; thereby sad No mistake is tnadot'one sty.Is'completely out of its built. mbsVwTtfialy.attachod esteemed and not the,slightest 'carelessness; very highly or iDi.endcn .

*tort; drop th)'seed thin in the drill, corer4ightlyandityoabare fond of his prize that he 1oSfii01.biie, in taking dling her with expenses amounting to 45,000, each.regularly and properPaitionrbat arlranged.1 \ia; attributed to either of.them'by the
DO' her down to show her off to his tJ7-Deigh- and leaving her wife's share.one third : beautifully "" '
roller, press.tho'oatholid .and in such:'ft-mannerUhat";heitheristorms ., tf _.__ -_
on the seed by means of a plank bors.. So desperate ins he touching an antecedents 'of the real and:personal;'estate-demounting in: Y v +z'
along the drilL .Those who hare,the wed drill, of her life,and rsb reckless aid her influence the whole to nearly a jra.uosjua at..n tr.'OF ,waTcsynoij other causes ean.'dlsplace; or : J-A :ITAJtttnutTuGEn! -On iM ,a ght
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throw downtneir; niansions, "He' ,hen} isafonnstionlaidfaxau >e & diffieiiltjft
tack bisbcautlful Jut ;
renderM&.Uhat he
will here findtts. be DOUAKS}. '
great utility uJti.C&J1; IL ff isiandorcontInen4.These .i Good and William Cloud hich resulted m,
if
;
.gagged to,drop.atingle seedjadsograyIaeha fallen.angel i4 apablkballla the f oyes ofBoscommonj The poor girl, who was, outcast and, a habitations are now abandon;and. the- i ilitUe i!the death of f tho latter;Cloud received: two'banr
apart. the farrow .dro _the:aeedj where' she.appeared: A blue of wanderer. in poverty and obscurity.for several Aemis and jaechtnic. drifts off to 'one in the breast, the,other"In the back.: 'Ha died
corers IL andwlthaulrontoherw follows, peiirIi'aDd diamonds'before the proud descendants :years,'the heroine of the back'parlor fccene; f olherbank< there: again to form his forest house some: within two'bout''e from tho;infliction of tie wouais. ,.
.presses the damp earth compactly on'the seeds, of some of the oldest and proudest blood the little Post,Office of A thleage County Bos-: mother Melancholy.to'to l,- he has left a;family of aevta
causing thdr quick Tegttatlon,,Many turnip 'Of the time honrred Milesian race of the.Vest common, is;now an ..hefresf worthher half He is repbieed'bj /1rho:subtracts ebilcJrezt'the'::youngest'only bdog a boy i?We nderstand i
crop is lost at the SoUh.oithe.ymt"ol.ih. Ireland. The hi h-toaed:sriitocratic ladiespresent million of dollars. "* ', "" ""-" from the liquid ocean his,materials,passes them Ooode:left during..thor night. of-the ecer- .. '
3 through his laboratory and forms anotherdes spe o fir' _a .., ,
earth the not only affronted "In J1g'up01 bundle"of factsj-'whichi ; Wot.1.1 ;
being pressed dn.the.:seeds| on occasion were .
compactly, :;b mansion.nniting in a solid'mart theorestsof 'We ua.gtahtod jousts that .w. fotfasutte
end rolter. that the Vwlfe a'forward and;:Impudtnt 'sue but the barest outlines of thesJngubur pie,
nothing oeI..uiI1O efficienUy'as"the :attorney him predlc abandons It and crawls affair had not,connection with the-political diMw-
)When the seed.hu'1'LJi; -partemiejttould Eorot1ert Wealthy pns turn,we would pnsaa'JLopihd the;:good .., erforeshHethe t iss iaxeded'by ion of that toyir-EJgtfaJJ jUverttxr*7. -*"::
off to
> > ,
11 littledaDnr lroac1roa" ht&.';Al rtheplint tensions on; *m, W some'of lhfentlemeri.foxhuatersirteogniiedia Mrs.Manchoon the,PostmlstreiB}1. not be an'otherVand'woth ao eedi'him *"*** '" M MMM iMM iiM>aMMI VMMHM H M r',rf ffrbtti >

:shm foot 1e ihiia'i;out to tea.*twelre .or the person,ofMrsJ; ; forgotten in there-distribution of the oldiIJfD' I"' ;vntil'-the l CsiiFOSxitBtaitrr. >rr8rrtrsLiwr.4.Wetearri.
rs .
,. ,. .- ,Cu t ,- ; reef beoomeaaa". :' Bal''eodasnd'limeant ; : cur-eorrcjipcndcni that.h fite-tlatf;Iaw
:. gateeainths ,and keep the ground' Bght and XeU1 eotoriimt Mllow between the rb vs The greatest enemy eil ter 'ra clan w' ."ih. 'f s :r.u.J: thisJKiUa bae'on which there-if to be Earned throo u.gate which provides that any personwho f
thattbeEutsBagishss to,tiestor 'h ITssniczv-AtiProtidonee t ; + ,. 9".1. n.alarcs int r the',Etato in good'iaith.
goes eabbage irerm,.hlcE is'destracUj ?toils ,ahe.appeiJed touckiagly te.,and Y YoI pOi ,.on Friday,jury lathe Court.f Common -. earth'treuaM'whee'.r' o".bee6.','nbetae ofIuaeri.2Thidsnperat maybe' UecI'to.send them back In reocHed'timoj
:; ;u4.tlc>cims3i' esl'tasdtcaldLbe aged 10 Abe;. ssfttUe :of,imhtppjmanahe had Pleas.assessed. ilSjOw 'damages f'upon owt .;laeir anilt.make st the dut of sheriff and other t
.Jt p them down,tthit arc;ned'with'the caU rend trod hesi Iat1.o4the/ageuq Jpt Thomas.Wood, for try With tho aftetkmsr*f ,ble r+UgrstmTh ffietn> to-atd.tnthefereeg\ efthetaawaThsrprovidor ; ;
fa4wWe she Mary Ctotffl'Jbirofi flC.nwrrj horjafUarjMhad feittiorshells. from. tiflissjw. wee as the'coralsi'iL s of the act embrace aH tiow who earrted&TOl1&tAffi
have found that tuteeueaf'gypiea ;wiles.andjini; hinit i ,-WJ ; jrasfeett ***** *"* ** J" .u. *s 3>-* *r+""4 S ;" 4
_lMmiutO'
Am the ground beftre iOWing1Oemado'er e/k;_;toi"te.; ; promised so..tJb >l 3eKi eJpt t1Tww frn f State prer otat .

; Ue p1&tidarl)theirgrewtk l doaa Jllfeae4"ttll' JaII ;' iletebf o. ,. "u' .- .h 4rATliifl .t. I-ttr"J Let us illustrate the formation of shellS eonl,' tbotIhiomMenpbt..,. +,,dPiPesLxa'. < t', :si rirybi
;
"'.tea to keep dan Is eoetelly nt ., boy'on'comMr,h ewi':firoa;a certain .1.S slid'eP+.oCr ebb !' .li by It.H' 'niem&tr1lJlo.""' 'huh been 5'WttakVhalf f
"
\tU., ad. "ji'j e#"1IJW.ttlyeiredarelesath churcli whertf M had seen a portoa"perfcrmlcg en ___. .>eocesd_'clFcEtiiibo'x .a"oegMiii'a ausela' doBars'frmVebemieaT''cutn&-of,the sOter.
r.. roH to hk moatei -"O; i ;! +dtbatchstht4day .
; 'Q ofttn. iiiiliny STlttter by &helut'ha'wr1dlDa
Qe thesat eooalaal fins j the oceanTsay'aboot''ta* thousand' pounds of leaf ted raettrof
littortattp
i f i6l. ,
g to fM/tte tom
? *ft
; Jftjit f YOU haajMieii: ? JfarCaHbruay ,'
",both aa'h6d,-we.carnet-1 ik1."' "iteworked J ':man pumping masie std btiti old Wpbotro,""'at )water -Withia this paco,ail jLhey varietifie'ofcorsl to Iaata AWekens from eaeplint.r trieoVJbefbrevhe,Th.,
,. .woisderi wbh'us:;' 'tsrke Bpta"Bi began to .. ." ?* *'* ttf tr. a> t. :-' vt.*? ,y. ttWts*"t'J4I insects canperfomthe& work;n the katmaawMleive'ontheprsto Jm_ta job,the-
D er at 0 thoGiIa4 tat6e ietreY bcIweet -' it shell:fah take!their and'abstract '
nnj4eroua plaoe- idsut fWe _ecrtanCJh : ..a5eut
po6t p a&I"'haw t hd.BaP }. .a4.1i =. Jl;=! 1 )UW 1AJfO. from' the WaterstliB, : ate>ialfoc.theJrdomidls liahcg'a man.'lino of"bed: OiN;betweea yA :'San
;' mg Instha o,1 fFeaad, wWao.dioediDc'car .W-.ue t'U .: rxist ;.when all have fiaUlvei'.>ciireiKh4he Frandsee and.tho Oold.Bfafft''TnerwJH luis s
tus
all t it odd td
'fJPcrwmpue
ewurr; i1'ho; oprofer, I i "and will IniiltliUIdMIaweightthe third' In'1ie isaawW: attempted to'niweolta '
v' Tftapiy PBS lne nkal heaps,.upon.tb b crounfl l'y? 'pOdit4'ell.. m.I, mmMt..ti I II we 'partner J b w_: et7i
here the wets dugrcoTCftd with pn bar. ana ecceatri f adhig'11i-l6uth.dttU: I burnt" ;-----r r t.1. 'I'-J'T !amount IIr T matcrJala- # toiuircd to- fAbricBto.--- keaa'che, *1J 3L t

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: t r'- -- .. .. .. ; The j W '11 U11 &ft o "ofI.0 ,
thai
.:,7 tti trfi-e_ 'ci ; charging defendants, with, fraudulently ito warrant-such an tollman'act Had you the author declares no- thing. '
counts article
i iIit the following' from thebwu.
: mother In conjunction 1ft1r
enticing and with forcibly ,taking and been tried for MdntjpsfrMfce following Wtt rom which pro& ; 't"-r
r oiii I g 'of tCIbi1ETOM1L child named Joel with the ehfloV Ijshowi have charged the Jury drawn From it ,we learn the policy w '",
male :
J -. carrying away negro rendera verdict guflylfor the law would have biithlf"orc cr 1flfeSfl *has been
-' ,\j ;'- '-' H.Thompson, out of the State,with-intent to, Justified to such a sentence;.ft am of the opinion feat, : "" .: 'I\ the Intention of the be pursued bj, tiie dominant party'at&tjj

r 1' Frth48atzn.aAJY I tit' York'I sell. him IB slavery. VX 8S f t" *; you Price*' was nothing xa f*than the dupe AlberttL i rThfactssow clearly O tatlon. They did not towards the'Soatb and how liiithe p* t t s
:ellfcw States tarstlfjIngthe 1. <
1 By UebrijLutberu&rried
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and Albert
Price pleadednet
< : 1 To this indictment ..yonut.dln&ioetaaalywsybyinvitingsn' '. 'thelr.rlghtsto deltro1 theirosreIgaly..IfjtiouId Is ,
Feleral Government
Intend to a
I from NuetiUs,letters have.been receiTedfrbniwhtobTthe : guilty. Mitchell was not arraigned, nor unnoteeted fbmale to yourhouse for,the purpose ever 'become 'necessary regarded t

l, Bun derives the .following'interest did he plead. <> \ 4- of transferring her to.e eU&od thls'aialr./ f those conclusion who were to tlath' .theY reserve the right "to Ie- The policy.there developed,is.the OQI vtf, ,
with In In "
leagued yourself pwSJgranted to the governmenfrcrIf hate been satisfied will be
l' ingi'faciar: The':ifeon 'says 'ike locally vfrpmwhich THE TRIAL. I would say to you-think while yon are In the sumeCthe shjuld be *** their snjur long pvw

: the news comes lithe. neighborhood The trial took place the 28th 'of February, gloomy cells of the penitentiary, ,of,the hopeless or these oppnuiffn powers,' they claimed the right to Ye-assume' are to bei.?hysickecl.in"'.broken' eJ

Coscorro a tillage between; Principe and theportofNueYUaj 1851. .before-A.B.Parsons, Ear. child yon haTe caused be confined In the realms them. If State has a right to resume the powers enough to keep'us'a1kan&euerij, ( <
: : that this and chains slavery. Think of the mother whom
his said ; ;
Mr. opening, the when they are per.
she to government
granted
c' Webaterllil rended from the.home that dear to unstring oar ninnWettbeii1;
was
I ; to the feeling you have she has a i right
.1 -. <* : was a rouse IersadthechIidwhoseemedtob.herchIefndheronly retted to her Injury or. opwesrfon,.
'! Accounts arrived (Principe on(the 28th of the '.-that the defendants had gmspired solace while on her to the,land of sla- to secede from the Union. nience, they consign the patleati ii
way
I June state*that a/guerrilla party of:;about SO: to abduct the woman but he granted that the. T8I'1. I (. .i .1S'' l V. If%8taUbu a right to resunajrlhe Ppjrew graves of merited, degradation isj'

1- men from Principe, under resolute I.comman- masJfitchelFss1avend. the injury complained:' & You,AIberWre snoldmanwhoseworldlyraceL she granted to the Ooeriunentshe (surely) The North will pursue their, ,Jestructhi.k
". der,had commenced operaUona.: On the.25th of was the taking away,by.-force-. or -fraudLthechild.5 ,L is nearly.run and ere long.jou.murt stand before, rlilc 1i tte-Cet: O"lth rashness and Inbot'baa J
i ,' of June, a detachment of llGmen;consisting of one who is a higher judge. 'Therefore whife'lou iighT1 powm .
, '_',, fifty lancers and sixty infantry previously sent' William Thompson was then sworn and said are paying7.the penalty, of,the law, improve;what 1 granted:away,'and among these:If'.the right been too long meditated 'and Ii t-'

out from the garrison: at Principe," by General that Joel was his child,' born ,Burlington time is left you ob earth.: If:I'have erred la your Secession. This* %.filrooiutractlon of thewHterYwordsr settled for that'; but gradually, todly.
.p had, at:the Tillage Coif New That J.F. Price came to entenoe.ItisozitbesideofmsrcybutIhopeItwill .
arrived Jersey. '
Lelmerry county, '
: and with the' '
business.
a terrortoothersengsgedInthha and they cannot J legitimately certainty of a deiescrew.
guerrilla tnots. The about the 13th'of aDd invited prove : \ ,
I corro, iupursuit of the $ his bouse Augu ,. ,' r/ \ .
f : i It is for the South >
:: f utter.wvTtfmanceuvering within short distaur I the mother to come to'PhUadelphla.whlch,she Alberti'wi'then sentenced to pay',a fine oi$1,000and bearanyotber. ? todetamlat
ces'or the government troops, endeavoring .to.' did about the 15th,'taking' the child with her undergo an Imprisonment at hard labor for ten j er she will permit'theNorth:to rail*!...

draw them into''ambush and' destroy 'themv liD e which he has seen neither' throv ; years f and Wee to pay a fine of"70o.i.nd'under- FAT REIfCOHTREf IN NAMATT.COUNT Hi theIr own convenience,,and :then '
The next news expected Is, the capture'of.,all Thomas Richardson' was,called and objectedto go Imprisonment hard Iabor.toreIgM. ; $, A'fatal rencontre'took place on Amelia 'Island' ; to4
the government troop by defendants nseJ,"'as incompetent!haTing in the Eairtem:Penitentiary..* -r ; 'C E.W.Clark. ; mile them to suit themselres. 'The Soat te'
,It is proper here to state that the Pronuncia- been twiee convicted of larceny 0- -- on e'l: th,1Dst. between Pt. :Henry saved must herself present an line sai'i .

c.-: mento of the people ot"Principe'had not been ,Judge' &: -"duc.the record." ; .'otSt.1dar1''GI..aDdMi' .:Wm. JL,Taylor< or fall by 1&. tfc

given;but was expected to be made on the.4th 'Mr. ,Lehman.-"The clerk has gone into office Tll'ENEW. : $'. Savannah', resulted.:in',the, death' -of- ,the We especially commend the opinloti .
I ofJulyJ' for it and will be here immediately." latter;and a severe wound to Capt Clark.- ifTrfame

i' .The JMtriots already gathered ,the mountains '< Judge 'P&r n .-trWe.cannot wait; ,it was 'We haTe ever.doubted the.propriety. <>f publish* to the attention, of''our "G

,. Coscorro are receiving every assistance your business to have the record ready here in. big account* of tiiese,unfortunate affairs more particulariy form" friends, and.hope they m ay).
I from surrounding people, who send themi Court. Swear the witness." they hare to undergo judicial Investigation. take the jeers and taunts of their:-U'. '
provisions money and men; and inform themotall' Mr*Lehman.-"We'endeavored to do so, an'dI u Bates accounts of friends at the' North with more .
erroneous
j some very equa
the movements government. We spoke to the clerk; but he did not go for the .
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await with anxiety fresh advices, and it Is poi- record till this moment. this 'occurrence,have,found. their way into the:Say' I than they have the honest and candid: }

sible,that the next steamer from Havana, now Judge Parsons.-"you ,should have had exemplifications vanpah papers we feel bound to correct theni.' We strances of their Sonthern Rights breij ,

,"! due'at this port may bring us further news I j'we cannot wait. Swear the JACKSONVILLE FLA. hire conversed with very respectable persons who home.
though the scene of hostilities is 450 miles :
witness. _
were, on the. spot,when it. occurrod, ,,and. from. whom ',
I from the capital During this colloquy the record was broughtinto the facts to be follows From the New York Tribune .
we learn as ,: ,
garrison at Principe consists of 2,400 Court !y the Clerk and was put into. evidence Saturday, July 26, 18 1., .,
If- men under the command of Gen Leimery. by the derendant81 attorney" It seems Capt., Clark a short time previous; for I Runaway SlaT.t}

r The troops are quartered in the convents of the It then appeared that the ,witness offered AGENTS some reason had refused give.Taylor his hand It has latterly been said, again" d" '

; friars, there being no fortresses, and the city viz; Thomas' Richardson, had;.on\ the 19th FOB THE NEWS. on meetb g,:which so In eenle Taylor that he determined that the South would dissolve the UDlol.

.t being without]walls,*;open in every direction. day of October, 1835,'in this Court been con Maj.JOHN BEAED, Tallahassee,Fla.J. to seek an explanation, and accordingly gitive slaves, were not sent back,whra

E:. The troops would stand a poor'chance of success victed of larceny, in stealing the goods.'of John O. REARDOX, Esq.,;Ocala,Ila.. followed Clark to neighbor's house, and' armed for. On the other band,we have hearlnt

k I agalust the combined rising of the inhabitants M. Pogh,value $25, and. been sentenced to two T. P. KKWNEDT, Esq Tampa, Tla.Gen. there whilst they were all 'at.the breakfast table f indirectly than directly, inded,a greatI
The excitement the inhabitants is11UinraJ.land'deep. at the North which
:
among and nine months imprisonneut at hard a large party would&s*
:years 8. RUSSELL NewnansTille Fla. he sent in word to Clark that he wished to see him
the U Union or at least do
labor in the Eastern Penitentiary of Pennsylvania everything pc
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!The Spanish war.steamer Pizarro arrived at He was also, in March,'1847;convicted of I B; FjusBr, .Esq,!,Garey:a Ferry/Fla.' Clark went out and spoke with him,,.when,T ,tor' towards it, if they were sent tack.' Kei

this"port yesterday afternoon, from Havana, larceny, and sentenced 'to fifteen months at GEO.: CEMTEH; Esq St.Augustine, Fla. demanded an explanation of his previous conduct; these assertions implications is troe U

1 and is at anchor off the Battery.- What may be hard labor. 'Judge A. STESLK 'Cedar Keys Fla. Clark replied, he would give1 him an explanationwhen look at,the facts J ,,
; -
r : the object of a second I visit' of this steamer to The"counsel for the commonwealth'then produced he had finished his breakfast and returned to We presume there-are a great mui'l

3. '! our port within so short time can only be two pardons,granted by His Excellencythe s. GLU, 'SKT, Esq.,:Pilatka, Fli.: the table. After finishing his breakfast Clark went hearted and. weak-headed gntlemtnIiSlave

_. ; conjectured. It is not'hiiprobable, that'she'Ison Governor Pennsylvania the last dated '. to Mr. and approaching him States who are in a condition of iai
on the look-out for "filibusters," ;or gather the 27th'of February 1851, the day previousto '-'But we are ,amply satisfied will the admission Out see Taylor upon n'e"90I. i em'nt. aboat slavery:*W.

': reports from the Spanish spies in this city. this trial. ... from the Newt that secession is not in any manner. found him .wlth ,a re'rolrerprescntedand in the fact, are ready to. faint when the word fa t.

; I .A private letter received by Cuban gentleman Richardson was then sworn and tesunea 'derived from the constitutional compact. We act of firing; Clark drew a pt.tcl'ha had in his nonLced! with the accent of tree.b n Bg.
I J.i : that he drove the carriage lnwh'ich betsey and have only desired to knock away this prop of the pocket as soon as he,could and they: exchangedshots These gentlemen regard thee d of.t&e ,
: in this confirms the above intelli doctrine, not to annihilate its existence."
't: city -Rfpubliean. -
r ; Joel were conveyed to Elkton; that, the mother Taylors ball taking effect in Clark's left as close at' hand, and no. doubt hurry.on Q
r.r: gence. The Iett which we have seen, states carried the child in her arms. He was also shoulder, inflicting severe, wound._ .Taylor.was ascension robes at the sound of ifth.hc r j
that on the 3d inst fifty patriots were in the allowed to state that Alberti had told him Although the News never said "that Secession threw his all the despatch of a practiced discipltofer
again in the act offtringwbcnClark pistol -
-f.i { town of Corrocos, that the. Government had I that he had used. violence to person of the is not, in an, manner, derived from' the at him, and Taylor missed. Clark 'then being ,Miller. To hint in their hearing i ,tUt I
I slave : : is not divine institution
I sent body of 110 men to attack them and Betsey. Constitutional t" we would not for the very nJsziidei'special
'
C01Dpa disarmed' returned into the house ,to, get a gun.Vhi1at
The defence was opened by Mr. See, who patronage Heaven. is o'-'dectr
r' that on _the night of the 3d, 200 patriots left narrated the facts.; world deprive,oar neighbor of the"ample grat Clark was in the house we understand that and feathers and a promenade ,upon a'"r.

I. Puerto Principe reinforce the guerrillas at 1. Hugh W. Tener was sworn, and proved that ification" he seems to derive from the.supposed persons begged Mr.' Taylor to go away. but he refused For:,them Our."political systithisalr- ']

Corrocos. The people ofPnerto Principe had he was Attorney of the Court; that he advised mission;f' and if imagines, that by his ,When Clark came out.with the gun'Taylor doleful ruin.and the most t glorious fornVgernment

Alberti to the course he was to pursue, It Kft ( f,, ; sent the revolutionists $1000, and,were proti- : logical prUVMfl, A + 1ssop.fr.M ;
and that. as far as Betsey ''would permit him.; down. and lamentations like a frifnc11iDi4.1[
-t ding .ammunttlon, ,arma, and provisions for the he (Alberti) acted 'as'he was:.advised. under the1ghaofSeceeion,, we shall not:be this the house.: Disunion they have gro a"1s1iar ..
This believe to be true of melancholy
", ;. them., That he told JUoerti,that the Courts of Pennsylvania i the one to dissipate the pleasing hallucinationwhich we a account .with by often threatening, to perpetrt

;. The distance from Corrocos to Havanna- :,would;most' prob 11'hold the childto he may enjoy;; '' affair{'an affair that is as lunch regretted and hearing others threatening at lut
be free and advised him to leave it behind.Judge'PAI'IOnl'wd by the survivor any-person: ,. although'he feels
,
:wait occasion it
,
= f only an for to come of Itsdt
about 400 mile, and it Our neighbor is "grateful for small favors." ..
from six
requires to that' he 'would not '
etrciiD L1
[ permit l. justified,under the Capt.Clark,we That CUlon they assure'us will be,tHeficationof
:; nine days 'to"communicator by ,mall between the witness to testlfy.what .'Was' his advice We not.only "a mii," but"we contend, that'the understand is'doinjwefl'though'he. narrowly es the Fugitive SlaTe Law; *t?

'r I these points,:so it is probablethat- movement toAlbertLJ : The 'witness' farther stated' that' right secession Is not derived trom'the Constitution capdiritIbisI1fe. : ,_. : :Whoever dnres these boots diplaet .

: of the patriots was not generally: known the woman Betsey ,voluntarily and'fully c.- bat is an inherent attribute. sovereignty ,Most meet Bombastea face to act Y, .!
she' the slave Mitchell |
Havana: at the.time of tiie,sailing of the Isabel knowledged and that no one that touched was the child but the mother ; ,,which'.has not been delegated to 'theFederal ,H03I.":WM.JR.' IaNO,,OP- ALABAMA.Aletter It is true that they have announcedcatastrophsas <' -

'. on the 8th inst .Had it,been knoWn, however : that efco WM repeatedly requested, by,both Gpveinment te.nd4sh'ifore "reserved fthis gentleman, recently published sore arrive on otherocea" i

. I I the government would have taken car*'tosuppress Alberti and the Alderman, to leave the child to the States." :' The'States have conferred on puts to itJie slander'' circulated through* certain than the admission California;the septntiof
behind but 'she constantly and unhesitatinglyrefused I newspapers that he was In:favor of the soea1I d'Conspromiio"or New Mexico from.Texas, or tbe' excInal,
: the_news. } the General Government, certain expressed .
slavery from the territories. Ca
'f' to do so. that he was in the slang of the ::4ady (
'e- The letter of attorney from Mitchell to Al .powers; .bat .the General Government, whichis day,."a good Union man" ,The purposes to which nia was admited. Ntw Jlfexifoan ;; orguisei

Fjh81UcAmoidlra.) Enquirer. berti, duly:executed acknowledged: was : their own creature has conferred- *. ,*, and*, -' could Southern, Eubmsslonlstahaveprostltntcd this word, iadepcudtvt; taiitory,end,.. hcrejdjpJi.fthe

1 If 0 NertMraAureu1eac" ..f Albert" offered' in evidence, I but, was objected to by confer, no power on the States.. It the States "good,Union man," ;havo(brought the very word ,1arfl transportation-of Ness Mmc 'fltJ, eontldirath
tr.Utak.
f to
the counsel for commonwealth and : Biatthi
! We have'been favored friend rejected
kindly by a were sovereign when they entered the Confed- itself into 'However
disrepute. ,anxious.man may climax of:disunion has.not been
r with a copy of "4 Renew of the Trial Conviction by.Judge Parsons,:who; said."produce the perfprsat.
,
, and Sentence of George F.!Albert, for Kidnapping subscribing witnesses its execution; would eracytbey. are'stUJ sovereign', excepting, in be to do aUln,his power to save the,Union, he cannot And now, faring teat driten frtmthot pen

r- ? before a man called Judge Parsons n admit it without-if it had all the seals in suchoases,as. are .spccIflcahJjenumerated.- help feeling certain degree.of bathing i hearing the rume oracles{of.:despair and destraeSi

who entrusted by the authorities. Penn Maryland to it", .r" '.; ,, Who will point out,',in.the Constitution where himself dubbed fa good, UnIon/man.'!" by,the proclaim either Intones: of,:'JIm*ce or,if.iul .

sylvania'with, the trial of criminal causes I in The defendants' counsel then offered the'declarations'of the Stateibaye surrendered' the most essential hypocritical tlang-& .whose mercenary / akortatioi tkat Khat they June nttdnnik

"' the city of Philadelphia., ,the ''slave Betsey".'madeat, the trade'.to echo the sentiments those whoso whole thde'rcssomdhisgreaiat mac tluy.irtt
- and.vital of all their sovereign 'and Con. do tehot tAt is to than .
time of th'eexamlnation; before Wi.Allen, but .right point not north ./rttt'
:' CASE. Judge Parsons overruled the evidence,'stating ethnIc.d one.of the parties to the compact, the course. tends to a dissolution of the, -Union.. It the Fugitive Slave Law is modified t&tjfl

: j JAKES S. M TCHELL'a.citizen of Maryland' hat the woman herself ought to have been pro.duced sole judge of its own poers7tud if this cannot : dissolve the UD! D. +','&,
\ THE SOUTHERN .
and resident Cecil the PRESS..This .
county was owner of th t'1 Pennsylvania a ,slave, was'competent :a And like an insubstantial fa eoV
; be ; pageant
oat how can the
pointed ; lglif.ofSece8- .
- negrcss slave aged about 28 years, named witness. ". able. advocate.'ofSouthernRights i baai now Leave not a rack behind. f '

Betsy Galloway,:afterwards. 'called. Catharine 'Alderman..Alle 'waath n ;offered to prove ion,be'denied, without,. f the same :time. denying the largest circulation any paper,at w uhingt Mat rltgite tfretpect It tile paid/,'.' '

. '. Thompson. She ran away from him in' the the proceedings. beforebim; relation to.the the soicregntyofth i.States f This is a significant 'and wdl worthy otnote,by less 'a iMTnutgt, ION far;we ewghiiorejci i

'' alias year,William 1845,, in company with''nejoo Peregrine who U1'ed'on Berry slate, and that he had granted the certificate, .One of the celebrated Kentucky resolutions those who affect to.believe,that c, the,:opposition toNorthern tta fid"Art' f'we have 'endeavored tislwiri
Thompson
; a
rat..Judp'PatlOnl'nrruled: the evidence of 1798, declares: -aggression is the mere bluster of political former, occasions. Bat when' we heir thisvacerepemtCdwe
. the next plantation to Mlt hl1.'lmd was well _
saying,that Alderman in P nuylnniihadany -. cannot
? viiit
> f. suppress the
;: .acquainted with'Betsy, and cognisant of her this agitators. No paper, ted 'at'the;eeat of:GOTernment'ever -
'. authority to set in the matter,and .if Alderman -- That Government, created by this compact these silly'boys might be gratified tors.*
; being a slave., She left behind her'husband' was not made the attained the same circulation in the ; .
.. Allen testlfiei that hehad; done so,he exclusive final judge of the ex.tent And allowed to quit the Union'and' lefttfi'car
; and two childrenand he a"wife. They :went .0ftbe'pQwel'l. delegated to itself since that same period of time.. No fact within' ;
J would bind him over to .answer for.it. ,crimin. our knowledge > of themselves aID e.- Not woaW*
where child would have made long
q to ncountJ'"New1ener. a .; -' discretion,1 and not the Consti speaks so unmistakably.Tor' the7determination '
.
11'r :\ ,: of 'crave such independence.Soon:
the
: ;
was born of"the'aald Betsy, 'Wh9JD.I called Jo then tution measure:of its powers; but that, as in the Soutlto'b l
.Henry. homp.', ; '. .:. Several/respectablewitnessess/were an other cases of compact,'among parties having no diforJierw- countenance traantSj'they! would return the genial; .
: 'On the 47th. of December,,'1847. Mitchell sworn and testifiedtbat, they were acquainted commonjude'EACff: PARTY HAS AN.EQUAL and .support.extended to this fearless and I and security of the' rooftree'' and the'fta

'toaie ..powerotAttom.1'to George .F.'Albert!, ,with":Richardson, aDd: his' general character BIGHT TO JUDGE FOR ITSELF AS WELL OF consistent organ, of true Southern sentiment.PES0T08LORiDA.Afl5iOclaUonexhs&js., they had abandoned,"and, grown wise bji

- 4 I thorlalDg him to apprehend the slave Betaey'. for,veracity, 'which'was very bad; that* they INFRACTIONS AS OF,THE. -- MODE- ". AND. MEASURE wxperiencefwould1: never more desire It ss

, \ 'and deliYerher.to, the Jailor ot Cecil county, 'woulcIxotbeliei' him upon:his'oath., : OF REDRESS."V, : ,. t der. But this is outrof:.the,questions-J
.. rJ&Dcl' On'the14th 'ot August.18 O Ibett1 'The'evidence being ,closed, the cause, was :These 'resolatiorisi.ahd, those:of; I I. cannot be allowed to eat op such capers!
Virginia London tiUer
' arrested tbIasl&r,1nPhUadelph1aSYii.: : summed.up by:D.P.Brown,Esq. :. He was:followed have constituted"the under the Haklnyt Society, establiah truth !anvthing farther from ;their lntea ,
: pUlform of the ,
Republican
' by )fessrs.Lehmsnsnd Hubbell'for .thedefence" great. ed rot the purpose,of printing.rare or ..unpub, ,
,
1Uam Allen.Esi, one of the Aldermen of, ther They re.,141etl badly il.'lt dune
wsnt .
"
county of..Philadelphia and .ex-officlo a'Justicof ,, After wttich Mr.Brown concluded..* party,of thp, country from thai day, to! 'lis1fo&voynge arid tr';& It,Is;aboutjlo'publish, then' They n blaster;but hate,act1oaj1

,the Peace; heard the cue i'several witnesses that OB the Gen.act Hubbefl of 1847,attempting being but'to&re.enactmenofthe argue to the jury the rresenhywerqpcnnedbyM: >'J dre -. .for.Its.subscribers" HaylnyVs,.translation" '6' of the'Discovery 'Nor'shall we:bestow any pleasure od'l. .

were'examined, who proved her identity,:and act of 1826 which,the Supreme Court in Priggs -hImielffzidjtwajOn i the Constitutional', I and:Conqert.of Florid*,:by Don.Fwdinando" gentlemen when ,we lure them that tin

r that she was the slave of Mitchell and she voluntarily ease held to be unconstitutional 'that Priggs' case principles 'therein, laid/1down, that.'the'great!, De SoLo,written by a'gentleman Elvas. ting ziei on which they'have based the ( t
and fully admitted that she Mitchl in this j troD
was .was applicable deciding ease on the same otthefrgrandcheorptehei.I
.
State of Maryland; whereupon the Alderman. "was' unconstitutional( ". .' ,. drhen trom po wer. .J The Federalists,like their: Capt James Keogh,formerly,of St Augustine, is,a,, probability eta. 'repeal :or''modificatfoniFagiive ON.

,gave the usual certificate.: .- 'would.Judge Parsons interrupted him, and told him he dwceadents f of'.the present'dMy,,:went. In for; 'candidate"for i Sheriff;in !Escambia !Coat,; We | ',Slave Law. That Jaw- w4.q'0,

i. The arrest was made openly,in the day time, if he persisted not permit'doing him to so,argue, he would so to')the commit jury him.and' .consolidstiop 1 coercion f and, aI'tftioag Executive: 1' art y wkh" 'our' old..friend auO e .He: is"wen; destined t, remain on tat'.Static 6 4., We I

and Hugh Tenner,'respectable member However,Gen. Hubbell persisted In,his argument Goverament,)which t ,waa io be the,sole judge of: 'qualified"'to fulfil the duties"of the office'he:seeks,!1 1f lh1t"ere otherwise 'We'could wish tol
Philadelphia bar, attended as-counsel for notwithstanding,.but the Judge did not.execcte his : moJiffed-In' many pajiicalars,especWljlthe.iliTOdUCtIn'Of&jii7 1
the claimant the instance of MeagentAlber. threat. ., the extent of its own:,powers: whiloi,the Repablicans. 'havjng,8erve:
.ti. *The slave Betsey lecmested'Mr,GrT Price, if CIIARGWOF THE COURT:>. ? then as now,,.food' :for"the rights' under.MajorBeard.. ; -.., .- 'p I yisionsi ,BI1''then 'not'iht least:indrftbat'sac

\ merchant Bank street, Phils- to be sent :ford, ;.Jndgd'Parsons In his chargt.told the jury that ,of, .the, sovereign,';States and the of :' : -- $.' a.ige'--111 be',made.7Thii: s
,restriction Con
r which was done,and he'and Betsey had''a con they mnsii take the law.from him. ;Tbat:Albertl' George"Talcott; chiefofthe ordnance Congress wninot. make it' There ii&II.
: v.Yemtidn in private.. When arrested, Betsey I. had shown no authority tort&t1ng away the woman theFederal.Government: M within its ConEtitu.tional .' bureau, has ,been sentenced,to.be, dismissed front* jr great party demanding' Public 8enl .

: bid with her the above named.Joel,who was : likewise and that if he he would had been.have:indicted;been, convicted.,for that offence limits, ''Thlsniras thoVeatdistinctiTeprinciple the army,by;a court martial,_and the1wntenceap4proved regards It, with 'comparative) Indjteisev. .,
That
-' then about one year:and seven months old;- '1 1'I whe the alternative'Was presented to:him to take ,which separated the. Republicans. of by the President [rRewas cuUtr. fdisobedicnco -: There. is',DO such overwhelming'popukrment ,

I'I! .:having Be been sick'born.the Jflth :of;'January, 1849 i the child with the mother or separate, them, if he ? &from l the :vF denJjsis: 'i and it'Is; ''the::same, I. of orders lyiag decepUon, and corruption; in favor repealing Or ehansW tkkasthrew.atthe
'
was ofthesuznmer.compwn;and was have
oould not separated them; he should h&ylft north in 1848 tad 49\
. 1U1l&t the breast: Alberti in presence of the them both and liberated the mother wen u the that distinguishes.the Stale'Rfgb'ts.parfy'; f&T There. wjab'eaa"'ecH'pWof.h_ oaMoa-, __ theeitension'bfSlaTery: : 'How:thw':' I
't; .counsel and Alderman,requested the said Bet ehB4.'and havo declined taking eithor.Into slavery from',the Consolidatwnists;",In 4800, th-Federalists : day,next; the'28th lust .It wfllbe visible" lawbetoacned 1r' ., % .h .
; i "eel to leave the child behind, and assured her that the.child was.free.frr ', w more or I '
deteatid lee : o.I truth tt
nth1iIe5ue their throughout tho United ? tte malleiof
j sueipr -- States 'excepting the! so great
that he would have it taken care ofindreturn.p ', > .SENTENCE.: '
'edicts father;.the':Alderman I also gave her March 24th1851: Judge Parsons thus,addressed cs89rL'.i! IlQ"" ,be,detc&td. '.jnb, arn: :tune Southern.. 11Father part: -Florida.----- .u'- ..trjAn.. .w.SotrfA nseottort fS iii.oJ6seiaageI4; s*has been juppee '*
?
the &me'adIce and but the'defendants You one of two must : f J" 'c: -' ..
, assurance; the< positively ;- are both convicted of an of- .events ,occareithrr, ,, we' Baden,',the' first ** iFgrttwgieilarfiatder
.Catholiaj .
'refused and insisted the child fence which is mad.highly 'of priest erdained it u sft
on taking penal by the Act As I 1"ha11h !.separation of tiie Sttesora conisoil&ted in",the Uaited iStates = *Afr wLtWhat1s '
-with her. The slave was then totr sembly of 1847 a crime.that Is second only to hom is.&ow-in Cindnnati. the atari,
1 Elkton,Md;'and delivered to 1 MlteheU.who.conveyed did 1.'.,It Is one that is revolting to hnmiW:b" ', .r.,., GoternmenfcJ" ''''I .. ._1 _" The Times.of that city,savs:,-,\;-"_ < ni 6f all'the:--slave rMTtprovisions' mMItot.'.-:.'ui-
r o&1'tDter-"th.t.'St&te of Pennsylvania xAlberii in direct opposition to -:1 fp1e of m; hOOi The 'Republican, :.in '.his,renewed effort to I cil e 'Will:' .elghti.thr j.1I or';"i; 't! who' would not have been
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Think for a moment how:great the Jmagnitode'of show that tee i'da;f/is still'hale and:heal withoul it?;: Is h'StoOOOJ-*W.;don" b
did not the
:; : touch the child:It was:carried by steallg an infaat-"bort la a free right of Secession was claimed, thy,and.walks
state' and
binding about the : with ; buUtany; r te>a tht'irbsN
areaore
mother city "considerable :
Mitchell '
its :never beeai'reques- ttto the gallingchalns Inaomequartersto agmty H '
I T,ted .to give up the child r'h he ever curing Tho 8111Dcrtued Ofslsveryjforafluemey faot. thM.touWe i .. be'derifed from the,conMobIlflra7d.j- l" very'eooentrloand I.consld.red sprIe1eg.. I tht espt13 h.Ye.n eIi, l&upene; ?,!

tied 1.a alan; buLbs has) 'allowed. U to remainKwithitsmoiherJs both Inhabitants of afr4tat .. 1ate.tb.at dOlt tloDQ"l,. .t.yU lr .ter''in lJ the" 1 c baex'wbereyerbs-gaH,waafb nljcottpared: witb',the number of roa
1. -+ "' not recognise,the barter:of any human creature of M i follows: 1& ( %4iU 1tt ti; lr_ I 11 a gr,.d 1nakIuglnMlsfl hl, the nttmberrof; 'tiose-taken back to"'Sht
.1f '
-t '.-r Ott the 23d of September. ,a(warrant whatever color." The law'of our'State Imposes 1,! Inihe'aaop 1.f f"ihe'FIt 1. \UlJ YIs1ttoitfoot t b...fbtta'la&e17 .W to d. care a drop in the biiek.' 'The'lawMt15b..the'.suseeltibI1fties

was Issued by.Alderman' White;,'of:.PhiladelJphUsagalost and we wfll protect,those colored persons who. we'havepropf abundant of the jealousy of the St&tc4 1d'D'J ai clt..tManb :e w worihlear the South'; t'l far M
__, .: rrlab7Prl iror-kibappiDgl; ,In*This free land, -r {: ,.1 3j .? Tf n:, u to -rlghte-vid of their appreheDJioDl AI td week he,'i* in Louisville, the'Dui bi8&L'oIl' anduuded1pItyifelsyeoprjj f
Js withovt
r- .,.el;and on the 3d of, Octtber,in tiie same: 'year, the most eato asjpravaUd,legally parallel of la atrocity, and Is thepoweLotthe G.nvalGoTenunent. "eywanwlulngjo1r&tify :' the'iftllowinjr the 1"U'pI.91 & 5' "
of
its kind '
any that :
-'At the
o.titatiozfu4 North the
'he sta'b1Wi or In the 8 feelingagainst! lie '
wasmogaised -hemi tbhesserbehapi.n.
Uhaaswer The 'same. AV to ari: owtJa
... the .nqJ m.,. OO'CUi'orliU the G nswn.wout painiMserlott.of; ; a Sabbath teiKer thennl of abstract thaaef
4a .derman Instane of. ;a1d'iP f. rM'J-Noj. 1t1'l lOyt1.ottJae., :. no, who'oapointment ,'ha"1a D'apfo i principle
SHMWDBam? { dL. duJi i-"or tates, .th flJIIht.'Ii to pwachi'he,fde1I sal ve.ready1nterj4tj Is seen thai.
"too1l1
I ':'seli David Pal'mrD'Esq:fashed a;msrract ".5 ''.* .i"I"2i'rl J t-J'*' fffl.* t sunK they.S r'ff O .T"1 HPWKrtedto******GOYlmmtr.whenuer.their 2J ? :f.J'the uJp", :'.4'dU..1'.,iee.i I1'-w lIIIt lD 11 an Imfroper bne feiroring slavery aad .
n>MLln t AlbertL CbiIl him,with UdaepplBg ..Jndg *Par oM was-?.te time-honored guarantee of

L .. J 4 Ifee said,child Jotl Thoapion,, y '. "f of' I c1i'but' W not clOD"ao- 4a 'a,njfi t On this extract tho'perm t .Pfl ; ::T&iii PJ:."l; 'cuml' "c.ie& can freedombttrsOll this;fact doei.aot._
,!,.On tht r>ery next day.a bill pn4lctmt :2*11i!"* !?I*** 1IecJ"bu'the Ju A : the pfh9 D J" tbepto &UrW5 $1&5&o.be
found .d1mLwdthes without reading or,hearing tliisrIghi author-decIiria.lc.bt seOIOU. pIi lL wo ld otherwise b.'
WM by the Gradjiury cont 4nbg nui ,
( 'In
I .Ih.W,1and e
. 3M440UJ I. wot; vt .lt"J:4a i laWou: osi W rmd t lie c-f 1 degrietbeli are such (
i jJ"llJi.iI', Pee good .tUQa'catee1u: "'.' ,.. t.'4"1- ""'' : ; captor**, and so variousrut1es aodmeanq
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on huaanlty may be com nittedundeB whose name stands at the bead of this comnxutid ', ".,, : .
n.1ifL'Kan& h1NnY
which neccssaril arrives : received fk.a supply,of
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oceeds a warm popular JBOvemont there is upotion a hs Jacksonville every Sunday,from Savannah Type and other material*suitable. for Job PjtJntiniw t ON Ttlo .ofI attle'day. >
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departure of theMAGNOLIA
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ch. Our Ice Home y ateam packet
to let the&.ItM1tmmiD'1IDt n and lea'elITe1'7.Taemp.8. ,; are now prepared to execute at the shortest DOe dCarr.
a dead the requisite supply.of this laxnry.011' $to be Mail .Steamer$ : -
and subnde into its natural place as : :Magnolia arrives eve- ties aU kinds of

HLcrBpaKtimes,Indeed;when.in tone rare i iKelt I hoped that the proprietors maybe induced to. .rdII] ry Wednesday,_from,Savannah. : '. ., u and. leave 5-- ,Pasotkkts, ,Ore !*n, p ,
is ,brought forth and applied, M someKes i their house,so_that our cdliwas may,not be depri every Friday. ; Law Biaak-( RiM J McNBL1'Yi .5 ,

happened with the. law which preceded red of what has:,by,use_..long become almost u Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday, fron Jt-f- Carte ., .Stow,BIDa" From SaftmaaA to Pa1alu.wmbe TUESDAY"

there, will be ,local,, exdtemement, bnt.sgaeralfeeliaaianot necessary to them as food. There are yet thine: Savannah, and leaves on Batturday.Steamer'Sarahspaldin Visiting Cards, 'BDJa'JMbIi. arriving.SATURDAY,oonnectie. with the
Krm ; to be expect cd.Kwe .- months in which the ale of it. would remunerate :: i leaves for,'Laki' L bot ter Steam Ships d, "

said,we could' for some reasons wish this them' for their mrestment and trouble, and I unDO Mnnroe on Monday;and,returns, 'oa_Thursday U7"AW: ill/r.*wOw send,to It paid 0JI1 FLORIDA AWB &w"1tI'A" '

ere otherwise. But theseare. the' facts' ; thiHople doubt thai the eitisens would'-be wffling to'increase 'I"aehvery.. June 14.A. .' For New York She will contlnve'to:ail .
in such muff on
and case we
will not act
their, 'decision'' while dntj theirflafly orders for the article this shonl< Token fronthe Retords.of the, Custom Boiue.. : Tnesdayi throughout the year, -
eten
owledge : Nrw VOUTXK AM> CBJKAJ POSTAGE.GRAHAM'S .
; ,
Ky require us sometimes to oppose it. be neeesBary. Prom. aa'>adrertiBem nt appearingin ; F.akied.I CarrylBg the Halted SUtei Mail

The truth ii that the business of slave satch.g many of nisi Southern papers,!we are promised, I II 23.-Brig Louisa, Collin, New.York.. ,, For Freight Zcgagemenis or Passage J

would serer hare assumed such magnitude I for the sum'.of tJ, a reeetpt by which we'can' man= Brig Mary 1L Chappell Hand Charleston. American Monthly -0 SFERNANDEZ
public tie w, but tor the.great coutroTer- nfactore, the article, with:littre, trouble, 'and expense; apply to the Captain on boa or to ,

on the more:Importaht question of slarerjtension. hare and.I hare had an" opportunity.-of inspecting ODe JDankL"OR Deeds. TTTC congratulate our subscribers. who. re- Blffl&JEE & CO, ,;

The South would DeTer of these original receipt*, bdDothtq added to our SALE at the NEW&OFFICE Blank ,y. calve their boots by mall, upon the Agents at Jaokaonrflle or to-. I

ought ,much about it had not defeat made on,her the former knowledge on the subject of the manufacture JU 'Deeds*to suit the conveyance of Lots Houses change in'the rates of postage upon periodicals.After M. A. COHEN, j
Kin issues of :that eontrorersy artificial J The"tabi and Real Estate of every description., ,July 19 the first of July the postage on Graham' Agent at Savannah.
enaors about JessithiDgL The South an- of ice bi means. girex Magazine will be bat Savannah Jane 3, 1851.
zed Texas,to extend the power of Slavery, are exact copies of those given in our text books on This .
In Circuit Court
"Democrats7 : 2> d by.the help of Northern .weHll Chemistry., They were first published in the Phi. Savannah
'not now mention names) carried the day loaophkal Transactions in""England 'as long ago at EASTEIi.if., CIRCmr OP FLORIDA. 5 CENTS UNDER isoo MILES.We clock until every farther FRIDAY noticL MORNING,at7d' .

that struggle. But that was not enough.--' 1181 to 180L The tables .e prepared by r Mr. la;Chancery. very confidently loots for a greatly increased June 7. tf .
e Mexican war was made and the Territo- made Matilda Ann Wilford,' ) circulation through the mail at these
Walker and are the result of.experiments by N .
Ks acquired aU with a tiew to the same end and on of heatPersoDS vs. > BILL.sea.DIVORCE.. rates,and trust that our old friends,'the PostMasters = --
the'nbject c
extending iae Southern Insfltatftra and per- him SowiU others ,Daniel Wilford. J *% will oblige us in making the fact 'Maseary, BricklayingPlaster, .
its Bat here the North, desirous of seeing these tables, and availing ,. ifg 'eYc -
trating power. TT appearing to the satirfwtion of the Court that available in their respective ..
Bitch had meekly acquiesced in the Texas opB&tion .themselves of the information,which they contain, J. the Defendant,'Daniel'Wilford,'resides beyondthe With the next number of"Graham"we commence THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of

kicked out of the traces, and the freeBn will,find. them: in the 1st:rohtme.of Thompson' limits of the State of Florida, so that the ordinary a new:volame, this number being the g the public that he is ready tow

agitation begun. In the contest then set 'ChemistryppllS; ;116,and 117, of the edition or process cannot be served upon him: sat of volume thirty-eight of the work. ,The do 2rnhj6! Masonry, Plastering Stucco
W.M.Ins
Solicitor
fox Complainant
of Esq
R foot, each party, of course,raked up every 1818 and also in substance in Turne's Chemistry, On motion, on? continued, and still increasing support of ate. He will furnish plans and ;

B-onnd for complaint against the other, 'andKe pp.39'and 40, of the 5th American Edition of 1835.: It it Ordered That a hearing be had on the the American public to this Magazine, encour- drawings he when desired by persons for whom I
South made a great a do about the escape to renewed efforts to make this is engaged to execute woe without
faTorite ,
The advertiser the is attended with facto charged in.the Complainant Bill, at the December I ages us extra B
Vslares. And beaten on the main question, says process I' Term next of the Circuit Court to be hold monthly in all respects worthy of ,its reputation charge. He is wen known to the citizens of
Kinks to a Whig administration and the firm- but little expense or trouble. venture the assertion en at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia.Provided of being Jacksonville as a competent mechanic, and !
Ess of esme gallant spirits among the Northern_ that the materials are much more expensive,, That a copy of this order be published as work he has performed already for citizens f I

embers of Congress-the slavery party gotKe than the Ice is'worth after it. is,manufactured.These .- the law directs, for the space of three months. The Organ of American Talent. of the place, he refers to as an additional evi j i

resent Fugitive Law enacted andmuchmAY experiments hare been valuable only for the THO.DOUGLAS, Judge, Ac .' The new volume will embrace.the writingsof dente,of hllqualifications.I I
Kod it do them. A true'copy: most of,the authors of established reputation -
demonstration scientific a facts, but not for domestic p- Cuts and Moulds for
ornamental
Test S. SCARBOROUGH Clerk. plas S
For the whole agitation the South is respon- ,- who hare:uniformly contributed to its
use, or they would long hare been made 12 1851. 3m tering also furnished. JOHN IYEBS. I
ble. Had it obeyed the dedicates of practi- ago July pages aid while new names will continue to be .
m\ wisdom, staid at home and minded its own available. It,is to be hoped that,our'citizens will I added to the aIread1.long list of favorites, a N.B.-Planters he would say he has much

ars-had it concentrated its population in- not be gulled by this swindler, for he has no more Notice greatly increased quantity of reading will be experience in putting up Sugar BaUeries, and

ftead of dispersing, and had it let Texas and right to sell this receipt.than any other person for TO THE CITIZENS OF JACKSONVILLE, AND given In the July number we shall commence solicits work in that line, confident that be can I

axico alone, the Free Soil Party would notKtre all the information which he communicates is taken ABOUT THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. ,THE 'OCEAN BORN, give ate. the amplest satisfaction.- Charges moder

been called into existence, nor wouldere from our works on Chemistry, and the books themselves TBE SUBSCRIBES offers his A TALK OF THE SOCTHEKX SEAS. L L

hire been any necessity for Baring tbe can be procured for sloes sum'than he asks services to the public in general A powerful sea story, from the pen of 8.A. Jacksonville May 31, 1831. lj

nion. Nor yet would a new fugitive law hareBeen for pamphlet of 8 pages.' There are a'few receipt together with his vessel, the Godman,Esq.,of South Carolina.G.
that head
enacted, but on tbiDga'wouldfI offered for the manufacture of ice creams, which i Schooner.MARY, to carry freight P.A.James will continue his contributions Administration Notice
gone as quietly as before. Slaves would the St.John's Ani will furnish during the ,next six IS HEREBY,GIVEN.. That sir
Bow and then hare escaped from the border are known to an the housewives in the town.. Any or passengers to any place or places along NOTICE I
Also the of written from the date hereof I
and Nassau rivers. following phone I months,anon! some length expressly shall apply
tales aDd one oat of fifty or so would hare persons desiring this economical' process of manufacturing if required to wit: St. Mary's, St. Angnstine for Graham's Magazine.A to the Honorable Judge of,Probate of Du. J
Be n recaptured. But tbe grabbing or losing .Ice can procure it with little expense' Savannah and Charleston, on as reasonable terms Uluetratioru val County, for Letters of Administration on
If them would not hare been a qaestiooof na- and the materials can be imported so that they can, as can be e&rried.JOHN Series of Splendid the Estate of John Beardenlate of said county
oaal hare tofctke THOMPSON. are now in the hands of our artists which will
importance as they now sought make deceased.
if choose their Ice at an ELIJAH PETTY.
they own expenseof
it appear, nor trould the Stuth have cndurmd Jacksonville, July 5, 1851. tf surpass any thing to be found elsewhere in May 31. 1831.
(materials Ac.) not exceeding 12J to 25 cents a 6w / _
No will ba
ey humiliation. The lesonls a good one; Monihly Magazines., expense spared _
let us hope it may be improved, and that tbe pound, and save-the .2 for the receipt. But U Floats. to meet the largest expectations of the public Administration Notice t

o th may at last profit by: experience' and in they wish to be economical they will purchase their UNDERSIGNED as the Agent or'Bon. in this department 'Graham.' 18 HEREBY GIVEN That Six t

lutnre avoid all masse attempts to extend the Ice at Savannah or Darien', and import by steamer, THE. L. YCLK, offers for sale owp: PARIS FASHIONSwe NOTICE from the date hereof I shall apply

mta tf its institutions.k at from'1J to 2 cents 'per pound, should our Ice Five Thousand Flee Hundred and Fifty Acres oj shall continue to furnish in addition to'' to the Hon. Judge of Probate of, Duval I

I And ants that tltis agitation Is sulitantlaJlyirtr House not be.again,filled this summer. B. LAND, other highly finished engravings from the county for Letters of Administration on the es

for the present at least, we may eqpress ouriaariaion L.tx..aerou.vte-O ,_i'iAM>ire8:'tob t. *tedon hands of the very best artists. tate of Charles S. Smith, late of said county,.
that it has been useful
a most thiDg.las To* Gnat Methodist Cnttrca case.-Arbitration. any of the public lands ia the fiute of Florida*.v All.Post Masters and Editors are authorizedto deceased, CHARLES SUMMERS. .
ir I
natural dislike
rooted deeper the of freedom the North. at the Land Office. May 24 1851.
Refused *
r lectto entry act a* agents-to. whom specimen, copies 6w
to and when that institution'shall at i
tlatery, JOSEPH FINEGAN. '
It will be remembered:iy; ou! readers, that at will be.furnished,if desired.
list cease to exist on :this continent, we doubt the close of the great Church case, in. which. the Jacksonville,June 28,1851. &l.
lot that. those who witness its extinction will. Methodist Church South, sued the Church North, TERMS: i AdfllJ.lstratOI'.lIoUce.. j
p>k back with grateful i emembrance to the' cri- for a division of,the common property in the Book Notice is, Hereby Given, $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5;' b copies for'' TVTOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN, _That six
lis vs hare just gone through.I Concern the Court recommended the parties_to ITtHAT application win'be made to the Judge of 510: 11 copies for $20. For $10' we will tend il months from date, I shall apply to the
Such is the prospect t regards this law.there .- submit the matter to' arbitration, with a view to JL the Eastern Circuit orFJorida.by the petition the Magazine for 5 years to one person. Hem.Judge o Probate***'* 'COUllt.r,' for a ,
is no chance for its Immediate repeal or obtain an amaciable settlement.the difficulty.rhis'arrangement .- of John Thompson ,and Harriet his wife, on the Addrese GEO. B. GRAHAM final discharge from the Administration of the
'
was assented to, as was under 28th day- of July next, at 10 a.m., at his Cham ..No134 st Eatata or Solomon
podifieation. But while w shall not attempt Chestnut ,PhladdPia.May24 .. Hit1ng ham late of'aiel
the time both dWslonB of.the Church for to sell all theright '
stood at by ben at St.Augustine, authority '
of
ty ante agitation fir an m..teWUllt"i we and the Court gave n6 decision in the cane. Since tm and interest of thetrtnfaat-children in 1851. __ _. .county" -Duval- ,decesaed- ..._, _
Yannot anticipate we shall not withhold any pert then the country has looked with an unusual interest and to a certain Lot of Land, situated in said \VAL B..BOSS, dDir. S I
pf oar convictions on the subject whenever for the award of the arbitrators, hopeful that county of Duval, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to PROSPECTUS OF THE day 10,1851._ Qm
[h yare called for by an antagonist or by the the matter which had disturbed one of the most Charles Willey, in trust Ac.GEORGE THE
kttttnpt to carry a mAD into slavery by virtue numerous and influential religious bodies in the B. FAIRBANKS, SOIL OF SOUTH. 'Executor's Notice.

f its authority. Union, would be settled upon terms of equity and Jane 28,1851. _4t, ,Att'y for Petitioners.Administrator's NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN., That six ,
instico. From the following paragraph,which we HE UNDERSIGNED a Committee of Publication from date I shall
New of Wednesday last it 'Notice. the of theMnscogee and apply to the
Sad in the York papers on part Hon.Judge of Probate of Dun
A.aet.ber'Drea4lal.Tra.-ed, appears that all hopes of an amaciable settlement IS**-IlEI GIVEN,'' That four Russell Agricultural Society respectfully- final county, furs '
From tale LyneUntrg (Va.) Rtpublica,of the 3d ire at an end:; n NOTICE from date I:'shall apply to the Hon. rite'public attention to the following Prospectus Estate discharge of John Yeomans.from The Administration late the
tnttattt.] THE METHODIST,PaorxuTT Stfnv We learn Charles F.Fitcbett Judge of Probate of Alacbua ot a 1ODth1y 'Journal to be published in Div deceased. of said county of
We are called upon this morning,to record an from! the C Christian Advocate and J Journal,that county, for an Order to sell the real estate belonging this 'city,-under the auspices of.the above ,
er mod poiafal aged ,roocnrring between gnn- the negotiations, consequent upon the earnest re. to the estate of Thomas Clary,deceased to pay named Association. WM. B.BOSS, Lx'r
who nay almost be considered citizens of 'commendation of the:Court, for amaciable settlement the debts of said estate and to make distribution The work win be devoted to the interests of 3tay 10, 185 .'
place.. The eireamstaaees which canoed H, of the unfortunate dispute between the two among the heirs of said deceased. -
.
ever, being of the morttdelieaU nature. we branches of the Methodist Church hare failed the GEORGE:KIDDLE,.Adm;r. Agriculture and Horticulture. Domestic and Dissolution 8m'I I '
shall aflade to them only in to far as will be necessary South making it is a prerequisite that the justice of June 28, 1851. ,4t_ Rural Economy. Under these.several .heads, and );arm .:
to make intelligible the sad termination of the her claim shall be';admitted and the North refusing will be included all that concerns the culture '
affair. On Bandar erenidg last about dark Doctor to make any such acknowledgement To .Post:'Masters Post Office of Crops,the Improvement of the Soil,the man CopartnershipOLD .

Lorenzo D Wffliaau,son of John TfiHiama,1, I 'We may'now look for the decree of the,. -? .Stamps., agement of the Farm the Garden,the Orchard, T HE hip heretofore g U1I I
raiding just across the river on the Amberst and the House-Keeper's depart. .der the firmof
We remember that the opinion was very generaDrsxpresscd rilHE undersigned Postmaster at Pleasant drove Flower Yard C1JBETON TiTUS alt
fade,eloped with;.the'eldest daughter, aged.about at'the time of the trial that the South JL was the first ment. In their connexion with the interests HARRIS is this day dissolved 'by'aMual
Maryland
Richard G. who also Allegbaay COf persona QnleDL -
Morris
CapUin
tires nineteen the river with the had decidedly the best side of the case. That the the U. who conceived and undertook eitenrively the Soil, the other ,industrial Pursuits of the r ,
immediately over purpose
et Barrring her. The couple,accompanied by one Methodist Church South entitled by the common to division to publish,the idea of supplying an post offices land[ will receive their appropriate attention. CURETON,,TIT Ud .A ABB.'A
est principles of moral honesty and justice a All stamps made by him "Soil of the South" will be under the ,Jacksonville "
of Will iams's brothers and a Mr.Edmund HOI, the to which its, member hare with cheap stamps. The ,Dec.20th lfia0 taa4j -
took the Cearlottogrille route for Washington City. of property It regains are warrented equal or superior to any other that editorisl'supervision of Charles: Peabody, i
contributed caD dispute.
one
The ; of the ro largely nor can be procured at the same price and whenever James M.Chambers. ,Mr.Peabody The business heretofore
family of the young lady getting wind to be seen whether Northern Court pf law UDAt Pe- $sqr, and C coAdrnted by the .
)
elopement,accidentally, in a short time after it oe- wiIlso decide the face of the strong prejudice ex- any are sent out in any way defective or with- has been for two yean connected with the aboTed named firm w' be.hencefonr.vd

eared Captain Morns,, and his con., Richard G, Wing in the Northern Church against the South.Savannah .-, tory, duplicates All shall who be. order forwarded sect of on straps notice,twirl Agricultural Press and is equally distinguished b7 and UDder the ice, ofCUREtON conducted -
'
out charge
for They orcr- ;
prepared immediately a puna "
Nerd Practical and Scientific Farmer andGlrde
Two.DoUart as a k
; at ODll'lorthiriy .
hay cHAKOiroi' DATES
Jed CharloUcmlle '
the in they r
iu&beta runaways in meeting ready -: pieces)-shall be kept in stamps adlibhuxa. CeL Chambers is one of the most lacboDtiUelarmar.r f, 1 851. =
disappointed conrcyasee
from that'place..' The daughter in,the hotel TTortd's '-.- : ''Address o"_ Master, Pleasant' GroT AUeganyCoMd. Intelligent and successful Planters in the South. I
bit the father"and'brother"got" possession of her, We clip the following >fronx in, admirable ." They win be,assisted by an able corps.of Contributors allOrl )
and then had Williams and his party bound over letter of J.V.C. S. in,the Boston Transcript of -'Any editor publishing the abevaad' this notice) ,'among .the practical;:Farmers ,and B.BASS Cpp_ PER ;
a the sum of a thousand dollars each. Both par- Friday last,giving a description of World's 3 times,and sending a copy of paper+ than receive Planters of the Land. .. WANTED;
., twice the amount
.,. f. *. ** tin left for home, and :oa Tuesday:rreaing. they pay ,Each number will contain sixteen pages of
Pair. > :
BID is ordered --or,if.preferred, a wood en- hadsit old Irr
of the ; Brae
pot tip at the same hotel, in Loringston, ,Neon Bich- falt is actually bewildering to''the"'senses to raving wiH be tam to order, or,an engraved quarto'size,printed:with new, type on superior PEBSQ.BS, they wish to ei Cogper

county. When Williams1 party and young table,, remain too long was one positron If any one newspaper head, and design of the value of Fire white paper, and furnished,to,subscribers at ready Bale r aU they cisPoae o wiD bd
wdMorris, were seated at the sapper oppo- seriesofaectlODl lucre captivating.than: another : Do Jane 14, 1851. the rate of One .Dollar'per annm,.which must D cah bring,at the J'.n- J
ate each other, some indignity. offered young .Y. Jacksonville F and reeebe
Morns by the other party when he'threw'.his in the department of artistic perfectabil- be paid in_advance. prices for the lame.r "L JiI

plate late the flee of WflUams. Morris. Williams !ity, it is to be found in the manufacture,of sil- ._'.Harmonic Institute, f3r P Masters' are authorized'to,act asAgatS'and :ORGE MOONEY I
.
toad Bon shooting,which of the table services are the. _' J. rl'pn, .
then eommenood general rer plate. ,Some : iulc"M : retain in their hands : 1Ia,17. c
.is. "i u a street glare they may
t j "
ten rounds in the imieath manual creations beyoud'gnestion Conaer .
nsaltod aftersome eight or most superb of showing, -: .cent of subscriptions ,collected i .
,
mediate of; Morris and,the mortally attainments SAVANNAH, GA.. twenty-fire per
young the.extraordinary '
; them if they prefer it, a oj .
wounding of Hfll U is said of. Williams, also and Dealers by or copy For Sale.
of the silreriworkers "of England. It is,quite : ..ZOGBAUM' CO.Importers. '
F" will be sent to one twelve mont
Work
Yoang 1L YU shot hi the.head and in a vital partof : of the any s :sk11AR
oft .. D"KUSIOud MUSICAL IKSTEUJHSTS
with>
the body, by Williams it is saprosed. Hill was impossible ,to describe, ny prospect. ,wholesale and rataoLComplete gatuitously, who will remit four names T/ith. A MILL, with all the iron neces-
of.the-variouspieces description for
,Aot Dy Moms, in the'centre of the -breast"andvWaiun iM t 'ingnnderstood/the splendor1 every, Baads famished;.and Dealers. supplied four dollars. wry tJte appUcat'B et June power.
backv "a set: The exquiste taste oflesigners Th'q\00l1era are of .
,wu thot by him la the aide of the composing iron inches in diameter
The the lather and the inconceivable nicety and delicaobsernbld t NeW York priceaf r. TV;All Communications must.be sda'sreasai, 30"inches fa .Jaajth. ,
this occurrence took place : 3. 11., McRORY, 'Jr4' AM0f two BO
daughter were fat their nom;j1lp;stasis ,.A:mes- l ,the statuettes that profnseljr June.21:r I <;lyl- :" :Agent Jacksonville.t post paid,to William H.Chambers;>Publisherof measuring 1M an4 200 gallons nspectfnJ--
tan was forthwith dumteho4 to the familieaol the idorn the'yiirlous diahedrepresenting; warriors -' & "The Soil Of the South," Columbus,Ga.VAN Delivery a&JackaoghU e.PaJatA -

.A*parties, aDd armed here at an early hour onyesterday heroes,martyrs j.emperon philosophers; 'NoticelX :r "', 'LEONARD JJE. .Tor stidditaodaltartienlar+ .a pIi to ,W.
DIn.tD..oI so dreadful anw4jaf beauties, imperial ladies; and t'theammrls: I4.'A WARE.Committee B AIR, 1tomq a' bat?..Jacksonville,East
coarse created the greatest'excitement with 'that date shall HURT- Florida
the Known iaatua1Iststegether; ,some MONTHS after presentonraccounts :
aad As to feelings '
in this community. .
of,the reset xA&apyy families iarolred whose cap:of ire to come.clinging to the bralms, bearing; S and vouchers as administratrix /Publication.. May 15, 1831. tf, : .
grkf hac beta perhaps forever embittered we shall )coded salrers; ou thalr;.shining4. 'heads, kneel and administrator of the estate of John Stand Columbus,_Gay April_28,T851Administrator'sNotice.. .
.
Botattenipt*description.!'Language would be made ing'cruder.the;;'pressure':of-Flora's' bounties, Ji.sate of Alachna county.and State of Florida.leed.vto .Notice... < ,

coursing on 'spirited ebargerwhose bodies \the Hon. Judge Probate ofsaid *, .S X'DtI1a after,date I shall present

,As we hare gathered then facts'altog4erfrotn.rumor.ihere are soup tnrecns'ccif eepotl or,.cake baskets, count yt'for a An&t.et.t1ement t sad a& the same indebted,to the estate George ,coonU and vouchers,as Adainistrator myna of I

, faa them.maybe Bat and there doubtless'are DO are doubt,many about Inaoevncies to say nothing*of nnmberleiw other devices time;ye,hall apply to aid court :for letters 01 ALL persons.deed,Jire requested to male the Estate' 6f .peoreeB.; 'Payne,*'tr the Eon

the ienaiaation of the affair. 'When-we re-, equally bold;rich, and.intrinsically beautiful tats 1 i Immediate payment to the undersigned and anpersona Judge Probates of HniAorough 1U1tJJanciI

'salve.'She. asfttstle"and. .detailed. particular, are among the mTinciug proofs of the high : [ hating demands against said estate are I:shall' at the same time apply to said Court for
..".u 11 e.acL ,-? order"of genius employed,and the eminence an take notice. DIQY'STANDLYAdmi'i. requested to,present'them properly attested a di harge .fr n, the Administration' of the J

. P.8 The'J'IpOd'bassmce-raaehod. 'nereviliaiEflbasdiedof L, f iDmfaPbraiich eVlndudryhaabeentwr- .t :J8EBBON J.8TANDLY'.AdDm'r'NewnanniUe. within the time prescribed by law,nT > said Estate :AH_ ,persfni, tolerated art duiredto
." his wound.. ; 'ried to. 'By the fosterings wealthy arlstocaoy E.Fla..April 5, 1851. ; ." O HOLMES .take aaft* i
"
-'
:Moat Acnnnrnr.Ki...Motrfs. was shot but done. could these transoendantly "impodng ,y "_. ; "f t- '| JOHN"DARLING.Ji ; \
.
-***.and,that tfmmAJto body. .Ee was not aiD-' -" orBria'&li1aa. aetD'rt04ucecL--- "1&i1ddeaiastratev.
April
. Jacksonville 5 tratsn8et I
.
.
i ad iR.aI.mctee'but was s% (by'WiBIais'brotbeBobprt'afer "tn"J" A.rrD'fhe -. NEW:CLOTHIGASTQBE.:r"> ,. cr.mM. iit. '28th l -"-
'1ut"Jlorril r W shot 1rDk& coifiafeaithsPiilaAelpMa:Mint for the .T 'MODE,Ag r "baa opened a new CLOTHING +=t :iEftecnter'tt ry .1'I
bi.antagonwts,'Effl end er.W.lGMI..rern. : ha been DtJ.tour milUons -:: Ji AND'DRY GOODS.STORE,'.on Bay street / : I
tiring the dining roeai. Dr.W.'.Ins ozlod1br last-slx doBarrVjtUyu months orer that the amount'[ one doer East(..,-. Fim gan'af!and:respeeVuttr months-after date I will apply to the NOTICE, t
.a.a1ae.eru., 1C. I2B 'u4 w, Nth'1 of mjt =, invites the citisens of Jaeksonvine and the SDD of Probate otDnTalyJ'lari
'dot altar tbeywath w/bumtlhoat efietr: coined during Uae--period at New.Orleans!I pmrouading mntry4o.eome,aad'see for them- to iii; dJscitarped S' from Electorship of the, 'STJSAX' JrULPQB sASIIBSCRIBE .

. .IIomIJind bu be ,m...en_ .m.K..IOA1rt1, .. pm1ou... ." 1 Ires." You will positively buy your.r.rIn.tbis of .
who rest him ai the \ ;... ". t"O."f- i store cheaper than ever yoxr'.did*Tr'Jaekson- last.Will and Testament Martha Tfcon detd', fTTHE #,offer tar sale;en rea ,
hodBlisms bas beea arrested- -, ( vtm 1ODTi11.before, J. MODE. 1 : ; .JENBLOPB mOl. ) :' 'I. tGnMb9itnablST AM SAWMILLAND

&j'rH't.r.oI'l' *- ..&e..j7, Glireat Jan'14,1851.. :;'f 1lttW ,, 6m j .Feb.18th;,.3851\ ::0.- I i, MAVWJMBY Qarey's Ferry,DQ. 1 ;
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1aIDoUlw 't t.< Thomas Do valcount"mod The'&MPae is 30 horsepower
'Itfe "&thiTs rrAT.I: S
'W tWak:... ean'go ; 3li.JdgO tit"CiG&tille t2re 0 : 3tK Ease tito sI' WQtlce', .. I'I'.uU .;' 'Exectitorfs' 'Notice 1 r 10 Inch:eylender,'3':;feet stroke, and 2bones.
m&1d..P" 1atl&liliN4 TrfW .:'''' .J1Gdk.lerlMn, to lilt LM lio..l'e-aH.ou 11 .d'f 'of i/.! .l'j < JufeJt U J a -,-', .. -' l j .2CJeei loafj M iiu.mttrj all incomplete

-: ;. *- ;.Pta&it4t.a ;f- ,XflUWJILta *fj tfcymiaorBtJMMtB.lBfotv.. >. Jud *ol Probate
_u.driSiMfcuc to theHoBOraWe Z.ldgeofProbateofJnralcenntjrFlora'fropi' has also con still attached The
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I'rs .PIE,".eo ane 1O 'V e.TCHABUB "'jriTtlMJCfX.. ,'. var an.A. 1 or'letters of d4-"ones Executor
J! ,N J Vitf'J8.1861..J''r. ,. _. .....: r.' S,!.T JTMiortst ate John H. .Whlddon,lat' of the COttnty oiHUlaboroogb ,: a.late 'and TeeMeiil.. of,aephen'*,.EaJatIl Pot terms,apply to me:ai Palalka.or: to my

, f .* 't'I't C A s t"ref : ,dcceaned., 'f". j ."Io r..i i.',.-. *- "H'." 1',<.-,t.>" t t j j.a ac, .B.C lc.: -' V .I .**. .,

p4ame6'."bf'Iadtslae, Tattawsy. ;:1'virf I1IIf.3oaa .Pamols .n/P'i/A\.KiEENDEBSON_ Ezett rj \,. I,. .".,.tf.- '" '.'r''WTTT' : nnro'Ez:;J .A.It COLE.:., .

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t n"'l'fH''- TT' ,.1\f. S. 1NGtr..ON1It: this opportunUv riz'a- P.t !T r, rt.111 > ,\ .
; at Jackson rVhIWSUBSCRlBERtkes .
IS publUhed everjrSATUIUAY. \ ; "cxso vnL'R. LA. J rliUgSUBSCRIBEB:.uld; i
ville.fn itie County of Dural ti:anJ'Suie of Florida, FROM' STUART'S..1IOST.-.cELEDRA7ED' ..L, ,to inform the planters of ,Long Staple 4 tM prU'_,,.6'riCf .lJi -t _''.-, .5-s-.t irif,, l''zt J.t"'form the dtlxens of.Tac) onvillsurrwandicg '
i 10. PAINT1N. Cotton that heatlflcontinuee'the manufacture "I t.W.1'1. 't' v'
< 'mm anS magnificent.th t'tENQtfi.>ok- ROLLER HOB SB GINS,; t : : co tryjtMtbehasjuat.
1I BY CHARS I\ larg of the blest improved } '
: -,' "" ." \ J.L 'WASHINGTON--rroiDthe bafinof 'double ft single, aT:hij usuaV rates and'Is' 4.Lwb1tth '-i!! Oirien J",.; : ;, f : IRECT,FROM!NEW fpJPII"r.s

an ,"Axncrican-sxtiit, ir cozutderedibr all who ready to AU all orders'at the shortest notice.:::? ; 4rToRZYB4T1LAW p. Du'1'e. iffeV.a._.hol .."
TELIXTttRM r'1 the beautiful ipoci- t --
t tfI..lG havo It to bo of most
; _ seen ) ono For the reputation the Gins, apply to tie :' ...
mens pI art over published and a correct likeness those"irho',h, them .AtLTciZT.OBrCOLUMIA 'Cotfirrr; EAST FLORIDA. :DY"Go: dsj.-GrOc ri l
f' f ifs_: '; ) of W ashinJttO .:no'ailo of the ploto'Is,18 by 23I&ohcs following Agents; or to } vo 'at .' I '

? ', lX:ADVAKCI. which wtil make a handsome picture for tho muse. -. :., BL'Whit Smlth70ffic Alligator.M. ; VJTaVe, 'i cke ry t, :c.t, .
OLLiM ) AHH0M : 'I
> Newnansvillff.
J "t ; i-.' parlor and should.be In tho hands of. CI'1.'Amcri- AGE NTS/. 'Offieeat for sale'at 'the1owt'
.' O"Adv tIiemeijU will.be Inaerted on the followIng can eiUsen. ,-- :;", : *-- ; & coSta Centerrillagc f ;' [Haj'31,185U"! 'tf ; .1 :wb1cbbeoffer5 ,
It la a correct cop from Stuart's celebrated original Villalonga ; fFOR'dAsH lR'COUNTKtPEODvcat
p terms:: : .1.11. (1.r1 CS r? >.: Painting,{now at the State House\Hartford, Capt.B.Bythewood, Beaufort, S. C._ '- #> 1'.1'j : !
::
< ap11'by'MI'Harrison
One dollar,pe square oftwelveILnes and under Conn- -- Scott& DoVeaux Charleston, S. C. iij *he, store formerly; : l
,Particular,
for the first insettioa, and 75.cents for each b.e tt is finely engraved and printed on superior Tison & Harris, O ala E.Florida; -,,. ," : Bay street. atteatfiifi
5Tojearlj a4Tertierft a liberal duroantwinbenTaaer plato piper.. That it may be within the means of Fernandez Bisbeo& Co Jacksonville,E. F ,A .T, 7..O..BiNE, :Z4T .L4' 1ft, called to his large and ::elegant/aworta J

qnnttnerUOfl. .. -- 4i -.J **-* all -publisher has"'reduced the'price to ONE R.R.Dukes,Palatkai E."F.S. [TTTILL 'attend the(Circuit-Courts', In.the LadlcV:BenneU. ,; c"
DOLLAR. t & Savannah Ga. rT; Eastern .Circuit ,the United States '
for amJunt Hoy } ; of the latest and. most approved styleish. -
All vertUemenUmtist be paid before insertion AU rcinltUcg the may rely .
03" ad I HP persons
e I of S.L.Nlblackfc Co.,'Alligator,. }. District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme. Abo to blsbeautifulstockot
;;: i I unless regular F'Iitomer.. referring upon receiving ajcrfbct copy by.return mall Claims for ,, :
and
bj;> to any part of tho United States (carefully put up Lartlnger &'Harris'E1h bethto1n,Lowndes Court at Tallahassee;. prosecute GENTLEMEN'S .
HATS READY.fti
I to our terms,the requisite.sum may be ascertained on rollers made for the pmrpoae,) free of postage.I County, citizens in:any part of Florida against the Government BOOTS 5flO flfCT
an.1 transmitted with the sement. Address all orders. (post paid) to the Publisher,.' Oa.ALso at Wshlngton'e1ther before Congressor CLOTHING,. ,_
03".AdTertisementt not marked with the number I -- .-. OBN s. TAYLOR at the Departments.: Call and examine,,,before purcha iaiii|
t Bookseller and Pu'blisherl4.3 Nassau-sty N.Y.JulyS. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the I where. D. M'CUEN Vco?
,' : insertions required,will be continued until forbid subscriber moderate rates. .Persons wantIng :rr,ADDKCSS, Jacksonville,East Florida.May.ll'l850 Jacksonville,May 3iS1. '

I and charged for. Gins, or' Gins repaired, 'please direct to ,, tf 11i

QSPFive dollar will. be charged for all announceI A NKW:TOLUJCS CHEAP POSTAGE. Agents,or to 'J _.IS'L BURNS, '
I AND
i St Georgia. Plantation. DBa'MIII''Slt ||r
,' I its'of candidates for'omc4.. v r ), Oscar Hart. Sale : t
Cm'ICEI
I GRAHAM'S
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. One square,for. tX Montbs, : t tlO .00 May3l,1851. '"
LAW
ATTORNEY wItt DISPOSE OP ai "T'
.'. Notice to DebiorB aM Creditors, : : 7 00Application American monthly: magazine ,. i.1
: PLAN1'ATIbNon !
I ICE! ;
(Office in the Court House, up stalrsj) ml tl
i for Letter*o Administration S ,00HP SUBSCRIBER pos a Receiptto cna- St. .Tohn'a"ri1'e, 'at :the'mouth qf JilIj
In'th Counties of
'. ( All religious n&iiceiwi11, be in eriedu.y. gratni* WE congratulate our subscribers, who re. rUE any poison to make lee,*in any climate, 'VTTTLL practice several creek sixteen miles aboTe"JacklOn1int. ',
: : :
I .. ceive their books by mail, upon,the with but Httlo expense'or trouble. The process Is V V the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend 'situation Is known'to'be the most
t! change in the rates postage upon periodical&After simple, and can be accomplished by the most lim to the collection claims. against the U. beauilitti
] Dj1Afl admissible personal communications will the first of July the postage on Graham's undorstindlng, so, as produce !from even States for Military Services and for Horses lost, the river, and is remarkable for'Ita saiuI,.I

l L& charged as advertisements.' Magurine will be but warm water,In the hottest climate pure Ice,equal or other property lost or destroyed by troops in ''not'a,'CL80'ot'fenr.'haYlng'occurred ttei

': i 53.All bills for Job Printing. ,must be paid on the I ,in every essential to that formed by natural causes. said service. / many years. The. dwelling Is',spac1o
: 2]: CENTS UNDER 500 MILES. at one's will, In the comfortable and calculated fir the
. delirery of the work. ,The luxury always having Also,claims for Pensions of disabled Soldiers, ae
: 5 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES. heat of summer, pure and delicious, will read dation of a Large family. The land (about 4nj
the Widows and of
All communications be addreued or Orphans deccasedSol4iers.A1so
fr to
I 'f I ? mast conceded and Its advantages la cases of
If be ; acres) is of good quality, and well
; We increasedcirculation claims for Land officers and adapted Jt-
; he Editor, postage paid. very confidently.look for a .greatly sickness, cannot be too greatly prised. .By this Bounty I and
the cultivation of cotton
., I:J .P through the mail at these same process warm water can be rendered delightfully soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed i corn.juid a
rates,and trust that. our old friends, the PostMasters cold in about$ minutes, and ice creams with officers and'soldiers. fifty acres suited for sugar cane. ,The 'J is;

GREEN'S 'will oblige us in making the fact many other,luxuries can be made In from 10 to 20 Also will give his attention conveyancing, II admirable site for 'a' steam saw-lain, 11'-

available their respective post-towns. mInnt- to examining Titles and Records and assertaining .- month of the creek, and it possesses.t dyij.

TYPE FOUNDERY, With the next number of"Graham"! we commence The following notice of this great discovery is claims to Lands.. tage of being In the centre of a ie'.

No. 128 FULTOX STREET, Sen Dru.DING a' new volume, this number being the taken from the Now York Sun: All business entrusted to him will meet with country :.finely, wooded with yellow pia
,
: HEW.,TOR, ast,of volume thirty-eight of the work.,'. The 11 A Real Luxury.-Dr. James R. Wilmington prompt attention and all instruments of writing There is ',a Nourishing' orange grate.:cnt

No, 17 CANAL STBKKT Row, New OALEANff. oug,continued, and still Increasing support of produces,by water an artificial, In the process heat or,puro summer and solid, in less ice will be executed by him with neatness and premises, which formerly produced an.
I : the American public to this Magazine, encourages from warm despatch. of a thousand dollars a). and will 'g Ado
And ho render barrel of
a
than half hour. can
t f t TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND us to renewed efforts to make this ftvorito water as cold an u ice itself in a very few minutes. JacsksonmeJan.25, 18G1 tf so agalnj dging from the! present txiand ,

PRINTERS. monthly in all respects worthy'ot its reputation This discovery must bo immense value to all living healthy appearance of .the trees Tfc.
of being ". Post Office at Mandarin is within tweefia.
,
f'f'I I WITH: confidence I invite the trade, before South. instructions J. .1ttcB bert Baker, and the steamers pass and repass the hoj|];
.I I purchase elsewhere, to give me a The Organ of American Talent. TERMS.-This receipt, which contains full
; rail at No. 123 Folton-street New, iYork/or at The new volume will,embrace the writingsof for making ico and Ico creams cooling ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR. LAW,. their regular' trips to and from Savanna&'
useful matters, will be Those wishing to purchase this
i' other property
I No. 17 Canal-st.Row New Orleans of the"'authors of water and numerous ,
where I most
am established reputation JACKSONVILLE E. FLA.
!' to order for Two Dollars, by addressing call address letter the
forwarded by
on
::! ;: ; or subscrlbef,
ready to furnish them with all kinds of who have uniformly contributed to its
'
i Dr. JAS. R. WILMINGTON, WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jacksonville. E.Florida. 4,
BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE,. pages, and while newnnmes will continue to be 122 Nassau et, New York. Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit CHARLES BYRHT

:r:. i j of the'newest and most beautiful style. I am added to the already long list favorites, a Ono Agent only will bo appointed in each county .in Benton and Hillsboro7 counties of the Jacksonville, May JO, IS:I. tf *

:r' also prepared to supply the much admired .greatly increased qnantity of reading will bo and those desiring tho agency must forward$50, Southern circuit, in the Supreme court at Tallahassee
J"t Scotch letter haying 1 lately from given In the July number we shall commence for which they will receive 37 copies of tho pamphlet ,and in the United States District court
Scot
, :- land a series of these beautiful procured faces, together: THE OCEAN:BORN, containing 28. full Instructions. 1m Florida; and will prosecute chums.against the PENSION AND IIOIffiTY LAW. ,4. ,

' : I with every variety of form and pattern A TALE OF THE SjOUTHEEN:SEAS. June United States before Congress and the. Departments OBTAINED fni the officers and ntdien ef
: A sea' from the' at Washington war,or their legal te.
L ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE powerful story, pen of S.A.
AGENCYOF'
Godman :Esq.,of South Carolina. Being located Jacksonvclle/or l/e, he will live. :..
f Bordering. I feel assured that the Pensions for life,for widows of each officers
elegance G. P.n.James will continue Ms contributions I give his entire and unremitting attention to his
I and accuracy of all the Type manufactured by ,and will.,furnish,during the next six Dr. S. .S:. FITCH'S, profession, and all business entrusted [to his oIdier "whomarrire preriou to 1800. 6

t me cannot be surpassed, by any Founder in the I months,novel of some length,written express. CELEBRATED MEDICINES. care,shall meet. with prompt attention. "
I, Union. By 'an entirely new method in the ly for Graham's J. McItOBERTBAKEE.Au5ioe.t 1QUT LAl11Il
Magazine.A .
d .
,.: mixing and casting 'enabled to retain the Used byinf Jt'\distvw"5" 1850.J .
; virtues of the'component parts of the metal, and Series of Splendid Ittuetrations cure of For 'surviving, or the widows, ''or

thus to produce addition to an elegant the; are now in the hands of our artists, which will Coughs, Consumption* Catarrh, children deceased' officers and'.priT11Ij.

': most I surpass any thing to be found elsewhere'in Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepr McRobert Baker,' wioscryetli* the;: .- ':
SOLID-AND 'DURABLE TYPE Monihly Magazines. No expense will be spared '
* 1' ,- sia Gonorrhoea Files Female ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E.F.,' of 2812 \viih Great
'. i heretoforexjffcred to the public. -To this last to meet the largest expectations of the pub War Britain jtii

: .I feature I would in particular call attention,for: lie in this department ot.COraham.. Complaints, &c., &c. NOTARY'' 'PUBLIC. Mexican' War ; or in: any:of the,fc

solidity and dnrabilty of Type is On the principle ,OUR:PARIS FASHIONS -, ALSO COXMISSIOKK&appointed by the follorclng'States _. ;dian \Varsihce: :1790. '. **;

-i : of economy,'of the greatest importance to we shall continue to .rim, in addition to Dr. S. S. Fitch8 Supporters, Shoulder to take Testimony, Affidavits frActnorcl- Terms moderate wliero the claim u. estabUtSA.

f: ,i S &typographers. The members of the 'craftwil1ahofinJmorowIytosupp1Ubtnd.of other "highly finished engravings, from the Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and. Lectures edgemeats; be used therein otherwise nocharge., J

} huxia of the v"y best artists. on Consumption, wid the MaIne,-ViI'JdnJ Vermont Massachusetts, The Subecriber i.also appointed Agent in tbeDiinof
J
it 1
I PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE-,- All Post Masters and Editors are authorized art preserving Life and Connecticut New York,'Pennsylvania,,' Columbia for.the TV1

:: f ; for the establishment of complete Printing Offices to act as agents-. to whom specimen copies Health Delaw&re,Maryland,North Carolina, British, Cnmmercial Life .InsanoK
t such will be furnished if desired.' to CHddge, South Carolina, Georgia Alabama -
', as Presses,.Wood Type, Cases,Stands, Company |
t ; Eras?,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones,I TERMS: #c., 4-c. Mississippi' Texas. Estabiislieti in 1820,and empowered, by art oCi.I"
t... Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood eYBBig. S3 i have been appointed Agent for the sale of Jnly,27lS0. ly: menu for the insurance of Lives and the endow
I : lets, Closet'Racks, &c. &c. per annum. copies for S5j b copies for the above GoodS.and will keep themconstant- nf child renio Lond'.New York uCWa.bingtoaCiJ

jt i OH-Type, taken:in'excbnge for.new at 9 the$10:Magazine 11 copies for 5$20.years For: to $10 we will tend ly on hand at,my Drug store, in'the Town of Philip-Fraser. ( CAPITA! $,,000Communicntions :
one '
ii I cents pcrlb.1 The Trade dclt with on the most person Tampa, Tampa DayFIa o
ATTORNEY
I Addrese GEO. B COUNSELLORATL.IW addieued to' :ihAVashingtoa iuI.ai
.. GRAHAM .
liberal terms and Dr. L.D ROGERS.Administrator's.Notice. .
pLtroD3ge'soUcited ,
the
on '
D, C.
,will
: No.'134 Chestnut st-,Philadelphia. JACKSONVILLE ;TLA receive prompt attentioa.
; ground of furnishing the purchascran article )1a,24 1851. M.TUOMPsOS:
ir, i I with which be will bo pleased and.which:wIll TT71LL attend to any professional business Attorney at Lan,and Comrnis finer of w
bring him the worth of his VT 'entrusted to him in
money. the Courts of the Deeds 'North and
for
CartHT
I Editors and Printers wishing to establish a PROSPECTUS OF THE SIX months after date I will';.present my ac- Eastern Circuit, and the.f Supreme:.Courtg at *-S.-nt-fer,if necessary to the South Heidi ofDcpMJ!

j Newspaper or Job'Printing Office, will be fur SOIIOF. THE' SOUTH., counts and vouchers to the Hon.' Judge of Tallahassee. liehasalsosuch' an advantageous menu,and Members oCCongress eeneranj.I .- J1t
I nished with an estimate in,detail of]the cost by: ) Probate, for Hillsborough county, for' a final connection with'an able:Lawyer at Wash' I :Washington Cilj,November, 1850. :tJI"'ts

t"n: I; statingsizc of paper and kind of work to be ex 'T'.UNDERSIGNED Committee Pub1. settlement,and ask a discharge from the further ington City,as will ensure prompt and -
ecuted., Administration''oCthe Estate:of J Jm'1 Stafford spee: .
I < : :UcaUon oh the of the and dy such'cWms as b1 '
I part Muscogee may placed'In In Circuit Cotift Eastern bIrFlorida
Publishers and Sasan Stafford deed. and also all
'
who persons his
. f Newspapers will insert Russell Agricultural Society,;respectfully invite I hands against the United..States.. .. ,
k' t this advertisement three months and send me public attention' to following Prospec ,'if any having claims .pLr.the estate ofSusanorjohn3L Sept.;8th,1849:, ;iyR. in Columbia' i QoUD(

the papers containing!taddresred to"Nesbitfs tus'' of a'Monthly,'Journal,'to published in ',Stafford" ,arerequested to. present -- '.

i i:" I, Register}*New,York, will be paid in'materials this,'city,' under' the auspices 'of.the above them.. ,_. D, Kendrick Nttc'r'Coo E,. .I L
; .
of : In
my manufacture provided they purchase six named Associallon. "' JOSHUA STAFFORD,Admjr. ; VI. f. Chancery ".

,I-. 1 1 times the. amount of their bills for advertiseinz. ,The work will be devoted tot the interests f Tampa,Jan. 9th, 7851. J25 CmNotice. 6fCOUNSELLOR AT LAW, Joa. ;C.:;COOK., : 5.BillofDlvorce.; ,/:1;
I 't. T H -If. GREEK' Agriculture'and Horticulturd VT7ILL practice in the several '
me8tlc Courts
f I .and of the Appearing to satisfaction IthiL,
No.
r' No. 128 17 Fulton-st New York; and Rural Economy.: Under these several heads, .. v T: Eastern Circuit,1 and in the Counties( IT'that the Defendant,John Cook,is a_
Canal-st.Row- New Orleans will be included all that' the ,Hillsborough and Benton of. the
concerns
culture Southern. Cir sident of the State of Florida and that
0- determined to discontinue LISp
: : of the my pre- cult of Florida!
: --- Crops, inprovement of the Soil the HAVING
management residence is
unknown
to
the
.. business at this all CompUiB
of the Farm the place,' persons [ITarupa Bay October
Garden 28th 1849.-nov.17. '
the
AuptioneersI Orchard, Indcb t It,is ordered, that the said Defendant do'tffW
d'to'iio1nanymanncr'aro;: **
requestedto
l-''requcsteJ' Flower Yard, and the Honse-Keeper's depart- upj by the 15th-of next I I .-* i _'-'.' and plead, answer, ordemnr to this Bin F*
to ,notIcthefo17owigj ment In:their connexion With the interests pay ; ,February otherwise Wm; .
of Inthree
: .tl1k of Asscmbl,.,' All who" desire to have the Soil;the" industrialTParsuita: of their:accounts and notes will be placed.in :DLJnnno, ; .raonlhs.' or'the, same .wUl.be ttisiIconfessed
the .
z their terms extended .the hands of an Attorney suit r, FACTOR* ;provided publication beinad4order *
according to Section3 of, land, will receive their ; COMMISSipN MERCHANT "
-;' the Act",must" give, new' bonds."f ,' The "Soil of the South appropriate-will-be under'the attention'. 'A'Cot;'Esq.,;is my authorized Agent to col t rY.rtli mmercial "Wharf, "" as,the law directs. H ."fi&i
? le t all debts and to transact other (Signed,) THOS.DOUGLASUJ
JOHN BEARD.'Tallahassee ,j editorial;supervision of/Charles' A..' any business PCb.14.47 .
< Peabodr '.
f "C.
Charleston A
*
; true Test
.H Copy fQ
; :. .: : _CQ"'J Esqr and CoL'James M.Chambers. 'Mr Pea- for me;; "I'JAMES.1B.'COLE., J7t1lgl.
-- ., S.Feb. : SCABBOROUulQ.
3 "
F : February 21 bodyIias "GareyJFerry FlaJan.c8,1851' -- .
/ 1851. Janl1 -
,., '. been for two years connected with the Bounty :
; Agricultural Press and is i LaRd A General' 1951 'I jMarch:l,'5l.3ar;
cYi -f<
equally "
distinguish f
AN ACT amendatory of the:euraj4cj: now in ed. a, a,Practical and ScientjficFaxmerand, AdmInIstrator Notice. :WASHNdlp. DC : i -. .; .* -.

: force Auctioneers.relating to the appointment and duties of Gardener.' CoL Chambers is one ,of, the most SIX }ONTHS' AFTER"'DATE,-"' we shall J PPII'T: WALKER' Will give, sTII'i':
- intelligent and successful Planters in the South present our accounts'andonchers to the ttention tot1ij BOUNTT

k SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Theywill.be assisted by an able corps of Con Hon.Judge 'Probate' for :COlumblA county, LAND CL.ullls'ofomcers and 801diera'engagcdJz New-York New-Orleans MS-

Jlouse Rcprescntativs of the State of Florida tribmors, among the ,practical.scanners'and Florida,for a. final settlement and';askla: discharge .the late RoridaWar: or cthcrof :the 'Ina'iea :

r in General Assembly:eon 1'ned. 'That.the tax Planters-' of the Land : n' m'the further AdzninlstratlOnoftha Wars whichthe United States have 'engaged !t bile'Express .. r

: upon Auction sales shall, be ,two L 'per centum Each number will contain sixteen pages of Estate of Archibald Hogans, late of said'coun: ,or the War Kith Great Britain of 18I2i; ,. r1i

. upon the gross amount of sales, except on sales quarto size printed with new type on superior ty, deceased, of which all persons interested. and to'description of.buaIuesrequIgan BY :EVERY. :8TEAM3II'j

cotton not damaged, upon which there shall.. whiteiJaper; and 'furnIsh dJQ,subscribers:at are desired. tp take.notice. \ Agent oir Attorney Washington: For. procu5; ,' ,omciss: : -'

f Leatazofonehalfofonopcr'cent., the rate of One Dollar per.anum,.,'which. nriist. :..' ', ,Z.'nOGANS Adm'x. ring Und warrants his;Charg willle. 85.' In 'I ,
: t' Sec 2.' Be it further enacted, .That no tax be paid in adrance..r i. J. BOBERTSr.Adm7r.! .I" other cases'It:win be'prppprtioned,'o'.the 'na. ,No; 19 WallStreet!i i NEv'York" ..

I ; .on Auction'sal hall boassessed' or levied,by JJT 1 PostMasters- authorized to.act as Alligator, Fla, May,17,1851. 6m ture and difficulty of" the case. ; StChailes"Hotel, BniIdingNOrj

any.State county or than incorporated-town or city in this Agents,and.:4hey, 1may..retain in their hands HewIllalso'acslnconnecfionwlth'Agsnts or : Mobile Agent, 'M. BOULLi.
,greater
ri twenty-five,per centum up" tWeD BeartBeara2! Bears!!! Attorneys FJorida.ho. lDaybe .
y.Ave of ] emplo'ecr
percent 'D- '
subscriptions Every
r the State tax ; col. attention'fend tlte ;ll
on land ;
lected by them," or if,they prefer it ,a of X1 WILL purchase all the BEAKS'OIL and Bounty sndOtherc1sinso'; (termshlch ?rafisNous-c. "1
SEC.'3. Be it further enLCtedThat all the Work will be sent to any: one twelve copy months GREASE that;th. Citizens Florida will may.be agreed upon:;, Letters: '(which should ., 'I _
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. Auetbneerswho have heretofore been appoin gatuitouslf,, who. will remit.four. .names with ship, mel .SaTa1mah.l.h'Ulpa1'tor the OU, be post-patdl-m...receive'ImnVcdlate_attenS ,
ted according to laws'and '' One Dollarif'Qattori the tlon.. -, ugeJ 1850. :NOTICE.
commissions have no.t four oWU'& areasd Fifty .Cent: a -4 ;. .". 'tf.
".. yet expired,and all Auctioneers who shall here ;frrtr F, *. ..- t Pound, the articles must be Putter twill most 1 --n'-- rTX :have appointed T. O.Ubuna\ma\; \ \

after appoInted, hallhold there office'during I3r'All Communications mast-be'addr sse\1. positively reject them.. I am a good judge, of i .Cliarlefl !DeWaal t', _cral Agent and Attorney to settle;

I 'j" .the'eriodotllx".ears"fr ai the date'of their post'paId, to.m1UI2D'1tCham; :]ublisher. them.. 'Theynitist, be in their natural state..: : : : 't and all business in the nAme ofPL r&Ya<
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of"Thfl Soil. of the AUCTIONEER '
appointment9 Provided-That all Auctioneers *.4 'Southi Columbus G. t *: W.'HUMPHEYS, r: ': To collect and receive debts da Q

.'! ,appointed by the Governor ing the recess of .w T VAJ..LEONARD'r ,' : 1 WhoLCSALx DauaoisT, _" o'1ACKSONYII.LRl TTT'rTi"!;v*vx/" : j 'Palmer-&. Ferriyr >by-Bond"Mwrt, _
the .General Assembly;shall ,hold their'office :B.A.1WARp ; rtdf.16,1850.' ly -* ; rSrSALss.inanypariofthe .
w it -- .. Sama9 Geo. .Countyaitended, protherwiseralso for Darius'Ferrisdeo
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only until the end of the 'J.E"BTTftT' : *
session ; and All
t ottb Gene 1O respectully solicited. : ." l\ reons fcBtw "il mAnds"'et-d'
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1 ralAsstinWy next afler the dale of theirap Cola. Committee ot rubUcation.' Executor's tice.-: tt..1 D IS May6,184- i ; I: .&.Ferris or p riaiFfirrU 'iaeceascd.21*

I pQiutmet'It r 1 GaAprIl.26l85., );i tlis'-after -, '.' .'. ''-:_" .. -1..- .. J J.IoV'Al sent'the: "same, fb'T, O.'Holaieiforpayaeirallpersbns
[Approved by ihe O0YCrnO3ai.13j951.; dato'TwUl applylto the Jorae7ea.CarpeRIcrILWansed. .. 1 Indebted,t Palmer FerrEorlns
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o
.' Admjnij3trtpr/s! !otice.b dfordlschargefron'the n'Judge Probate of'Duval.c unty,'Flori-; rpHE: ,UNDERSIGNED,.Wishes to employ I Ferris. ,'arc requested to coll w T.'O. ,

ioiIoE.rsTEAMt8w.M1'II A JJ pertoas indebted to the estate of G 6rge the late Executorshlp of "-A.timmediatebr six or"eight Carpenters! fwsetUemontand. e J&1DlenL*,;; ..fy ,

; )F- .t V e*FJoaming;deed'arc requested.lD e "UCUI.- ;-\&eceasw: ,WiWand'estathent'cfStcp1ien.. .. ..,. J.; Eu-j! whom steady empwytaeat will b given, atrea :f.J.. -, t. w BAlU1lP.'FEBms.' t
-SALE. ,_ jnuiedistopaymtt to:the : I.co. I.- 8ODcLblo'.J- I Il :A a' OtD.FH.a;,
. undersigned,and all ; : :., .uurrrYYa''rJEUBl.uv'1 tl 'lAPpl7to.tt,1? 'fi .. .
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4J" : 'f Ex'rc.ackou'poJan.nl8l. :
"f1HEtSUBSCRmBRl offcwlTsonable ;; ;' nr'ft. persona having deaumdsagalnst said estate:are ,In"!: 'zflhJS8LGA1tDNERjf; It : AVID LPAJ.V1IILi
:
_- .. htsf rEAM8.A W.M.lLD requested/.to.-prcsent within : : properly attested r .... .tl .. .;,' '-. .,. j t May31..-*.,.,...-3t.,-.,,.-..,....*J., IackaonTI11e.F1IJ v 11 b_. -1 nnte1"J an wi 5 "lft t 'LS.jC"At mtth : .
'4NDM4CHINSRy G .1hUo.prescribed by law :tor r f1 _
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ascrry. : t oUee. ,
val Florida. '.TTO.'HdLMEs-, ;'' 'r Ii 'J ..UI t:'.".f > tt.u ... Florida"THX l _F r t
l' county Inch The Engine Jf 20 horse ? i months after date shall ni'm1 ,;J u 1'.';, r4.f J .. --. .
Tcr10 : yeaderT3 ; .trc *,, .4dtti/n.im i, ) i "il\r 1
feet>trolc< tad-2 < 'OO1UdIT T.Hm above weU
y A -A faoirnVlI
U UF <.bollers24 rte t joogj30 In.'diameter? i JactoonvllleApril f.2m.. 1 1t the r of :SUGAR:MILL, with raU::the irons ncoes od In ;
all i Estde'ofGeogaa: P'ne' td the Bon 11.T'for'ihe : '.JI" ;| the'cityofst.Anguao.; ,
t 'r I complete order'end'1" forlmm dt ii'11:1 1fets E e' f r'.If..t1c....:.. 't1 3ucfpot Pr br.tca' t muborougli The" appUeatiod Of'hOroiower. pcrfoot orddr for.imi fW o:
Count1'UI
: (.It has also a OOTInIflttjchjJ n r I shall rollenUre f Iron,18'inohca!lJ t ycarcwith without th.fam1tue. TJ1Jmux
lThbi LI the
, ; :S.iX > d S: if i7vto: MrnCtImapply tOSI4d Court for, 38, Jnchea in.length iA1MF" J "
:' and Machinery will be'sold eepafatc;If desire the rdIiO ift_ th' ;,. 1l''BO .1 ,: : f :
-dll : h
i ot..th ISO .
b6
1.f ptrr ot : measuring and
-.Fortcl'J1SJ apply Id*mo7at Palatka or .td1agent. id b lp1d aid Estate .dUpirI01 arrt&tiredti ,,20gaoneapt1y. -, .nu "
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" .Jas. p. Cole. !*- vu&2ftfr dlscharge4 frOthecnoJfth' I tab Mt ee. J elltortat'Jackaon.'rillGftPA1. .V ': ; .1 .',"IP'IJ, t.it. '
p. *<* A j 'It last. IiIIaud.esb..ent Mriha Tis''deed I ."I &ks&L.. l\f'l**Wliv. --- 'J.Fcr addU'tIn1irappIzto SW. LARUA 6Ieetinod PWi0Y
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:: ."U'11.0Je51 : .f"'PQBLO. J ON.E-ctcutm.: OHN.DABLWG.. 2145 >- || ''/ i.1iSJvrtBBtj1i, SMt : iotBuo.t..aJ, ., ..
rf tf" Feb. 15th J 851. ? 6 '. l'I crt qt: 'rtC4IJ r r. i ZllU'rjJi.4l ,.' '. > 1 Itn I141 Y e .'
Tampa Fla. 'it ;d c DtJLx"U
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