The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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f t i Her eherab freeShatlightens up t-r '.f.. .,: ._ ,, :: ".... '. the civil guard to:watch all suspected duty,of.- .
.*With krVefcJrtellfeenee divine' 'V L. .< I .. hope our:Wends abroad persons.life
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T WN tale tayiOIl fe I&t1decI. 4 Y : _' '. . .- ,o-...SATUHDAY, AUGUST, 2,;IMLil d.37. supplying which oar brave us with armaaadassaiualtioaot. : ;
And drains.ft j ut>,7efrpihi g cup fellows are much io.need .
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ran :the t fthl barreL '
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and'i't happinces:'; i J .' ; this fact that 1lz 4 race did not. exceed 17,000,000: In Europe and Ute and HAVANA 21 .
la swoci then our e,:not v contain larger! America. At that time it waft not numerically Important trap Cobalt! 1 ,lnJi ,1854. .
f fcPti rcpoo amounts of otash and other GeneralPi9uero'ofthe
c/.9. p alkaline salts. jeh
stronger than'the Poles.- .Cavalry. for.Pot:;
'*, -.From aori ow'a LpgS.and' I.' passion."Lul3 '.s throes'; If.lime previously pervades the sand,'the.potash -; counted:nlj thirty-four millions Thirty years .ago altogether it, .:ANOTHER:BATTLE BETWEEN THE PAT au Prince on the 3d Inst We have no accounts )
> ithoaiswiab nof' will take its plate and the( lime ; being RIOTS AND,: from the revolted districts
jt *--s .JjiJjV J.'JUi -f 1111'dODuntn pass only three million and a fraction more "* s GOYEBNR1ENT" moo S. by mail bat by:: :
Trpm one wboeerery look ean bless.;, arfestedt by a new portion:of clay .than the ofFraneeat that timll" ? 7 .- .-. Tat e letters and other,sources we learn that the ,
lm;woad lwJi a h '1. 4" '? not sabcharged with potash. j< -"' x 'and considerably Hess" thin the:Teutonic The Tnold pit"to 1aJ&t 1i the'hld.1I I free territories,continue to Increase, and part'of .

MI.' hWt-id t'r to.iimprt' i- ,, SASD when' pervaded bj,proper proportions lation of Central,Europe. ''In issi it is,ahead popu the tr have declared.for the patri l: j
of.clay J b: kept in"contactwith SPANISH COMMANDER ,I La Concha and his' t
Initst the alkalies of civilized ace AND EIGHT .iriends are, very much
A clever chfldV they confess, In-the world Of races OF HIS .
present/and thus und'ergocsinpart'a chemical lying". within the: zones r.of :civilixaticn the f' OFFICERS- TAKEN'PRISONERS. _! disheartened so much so that the editor of'El,
r Bui nothinglnbre? all they'see changefortniagthosllkcatessonsefulia' Diana de la'b JIarina the Government .
Thin'other children of her age, strength? to woody fibre:",the I glassy coating of, heads but are more numerous, counted br The Iatar eats rtlfriag'Themselves' la has becornVrperfectly desperate In his paper A -
but o'f e1f'orta.
few this
comparatively, plas the.)I .
I Who scarce ono thought of mine engage the bambo rattan com-stock and. of every tic and submissive stock have from : *!:t, to find out the means of communication between

.Whence;cometh,then the Witchery straw and blade of grass, is a combination barbarism of the :dark.ages.jet escaped In wealth From chi Sat aniah 'XeicreIthe' the rebels and friends here. ? '. *
slice with some 'one'otthe vk 'Many of the wives of,'the
That sways nrata lier iwoot Control TThey alkalies. Sand also energy, and cultivation they are notto, be'compared The steamer Isabel Capt Rollins arrived Joined their husbands Insurgents .uaTej 4

know her $r-sad nooe otoarth_ destroys the adhesive properties' of. clay,,rendering with the Frank,the Teuton; and the_An- this morning 10 SaTe I pTCr know MnIr111 i the soil: permeable; to air, rater,, theo gloSaxonlNumber:. is' almost their only placed her.mail and passenger' *- foi,tM.Mhr__ J\ft_ conflicts with the. troops.
may -
roots plants,_&c-a &c._ [.Strength or.aU the need which ore'now 8irr. board thesteamerJ,6tonetibicla were v -
For we have spoken onl to soul, LISLE,OIL CAn Bo tare QF LME-ETery' : 'farmer ,ving-Jor the mastcry.or world-to up at 12 o'clock. The Havana brought HAVAJOCA,July 20,1,851.

And met in spirit face to face, knows that lime,by7 exposure to the atmosphere the fotute of society.and, civilization impresson the lent upon the subject of the.revolution paper were whiih sir: Iffy Dear FriauL-At last our.COUJ1rJ has -,
"When in her mind's immortal grace, takes carbonic acid and becomes is struck first blow. We celebrating =
up carbonate stamp of its own character genus-to make going on In,the interior This was antici ; have.begtm by .
Lore truth and goodness shone revealed of lime and undergoes a similar change its law idiom, religion, manners, government pated, as it '!s the well known jwlicy of the the 4th of July with the cry for ,coon-

I. IB beauty from the world concealed.Twas when decomposing any, organic substance; and opinion prevail,-the,Anglo-Saxon is now government to" suppreS'all publications in ref. try and liberty, and by:consecrating our cause
there'sujtant: carbonic acid arising 'from the erence to the with the memory of Waah Dgt D. So"the revo .
in an hour of bitter pain, unquestionably the most numerous powerful, political affairs of the Island.
When the decomposition is absorbed by the lime.' This and active- The, day when it might possi- The passengers who arrived in this'city by the lutionary movements,begun on the fourh of Iu:
long oryeat'l
Was crowded in agony moment's alkaline also renders clay loss, tenacious, and bly have been crushed, absorbed, or trampled Isabel report that Havana is full of rumors in ly in the town of Carcorro, and has spfead rapidly ..
a space- assists to roughe the surfaces of particles ofond out,- like..Hungary' and, Poland 127' stronger relation to the insurrection but that the towards the east,embracing several towns .
When friends soemed false and love as vain- Q preventing the previously, polished sur.tiCcs hordes is gone forever. That is was, possible at pIe there have 'no reliable knowledge of peo the in the central and eastern departments,principally .

And tho wrong,heart and burning brain from being so readily moved by winds or one time for this people to be subdued by vio matter. A gentleman who has been long a res- Tunas and Bayano.. Although the num"
_ Could only find relief in tcars- compacted by'rai Js.' It also supplies one of the lence or to fall a prey to the slower agonies'of ident of Cuba, informed us that in his opinion bet ot the Insurgents till nol has not beenover

For I despaired of earthly good- chief ingredients of plants and assists by its decline,there can be little doubt. la 1640, the the outbreak would soon be quelled. He stated 1000, nevertheless,they hate given'a good'

She came-I scarce know whence or how- chemical ,actions, to supply,others.,.:Any sulphate United Provinces seemed more likely to make that from report,the insurgents not amount deal of trouble to the forces ot the Government
t except the sulphate of bal'J'tTill be grand in to more than 200 They have no arms but fI blunderbusses
,._ A light and glory round her brow! figure the world's future history men But private letters
decomposed by1 !lime forming the sulphate of than England. Their wealth,:activity and give a di1f'erent'and men encouraging account ,and pistols; but even with these arms, in
Sublimely beautiful she stood; lime, which is either useCul'or' inert according of the the two engagements' which they have had
,' maritime power were the most imposing in Eu state of affairs o* the Island. The letters '
For aD of earth had left her face to the requirements the For 'from which the with the Government troops they' have been
plants. amore rope. They had all the carrying trade of'the toU 1r J1g are extracts are ,
And an of heaven I there might trace. full Account see our article on lime West in their hands. Their language was from, reliable' sources,, and give the latest victorious As Isuppose you have already been

Tier look sustained my heart, and cheered HvirUS, OR FINELY DIVIDED O&G. r.MA'lTEJt. spoken in every port. In the great Orient movements of the patriots. These extracts advised of the particulars of the first engagement I

Her words my wounded spirit healed; -This is not the place to\i Scuss all the disputed th eir'empire.wasfixOd and their influence paramount will be read with lively interest by the thousands I_will not allude "it here. But in ic-

The child,,the mortal, disappeared points in relation to the action of humus England hardly known abroad. Her of frienis of Cuba in this country.: ference to the second 'one, the more glorious
but it bas many, uses ''acknowledged by allr difficult idiom grated on .foreign and her for the 'patriot armsalthough' ,the' accounts
And God's own angel stood revealed! ears
such ns rendering ,the soil of a dark color,* andtherefore stormy coasts repelled the curiosity of more HAT ANA, July 20, 18jl. which we have had etude. not agree etthermthe
, Then did wp soul with soul combine- susceptible of receiving heat from the I cultivated ,travellers. Had the. thought of a The revolutionary cause in this Island is rapidly particulars of the fight; nor in regard tothe

So, I ambers,and she is mine- sun's rays Humus is simply vegetable matter day arriving when any single European language gaining ground,and the ranks of the insurgents place where it occurred some saying"thAt. II
FOfeTCz hers!forever mine! in a particular state of decay which developesthe I would be spoken by millions of persons are daily increasing in numbers from It'took place at Najussa,:others .It way '

Forth in the world I see her go, carbonaceous matter, and like the charcoal scattered over the great continents of the earth all sections of-the'country so that at the last fought Nuevitas ,and others 'placing it 'at I

!f A common child to common eyes- dust, has peculiar power to, absorb ammonia from New Zealand to the Hebrides. end from accounts, they are said to have numbered one Guanaja-still all agree in.this-that COKTIJ J

To mine a star of Paradise, from the atmosphere, to retain moisture, to the Cape cf Storms to the Arctic Ocean,,occur thousand men, all badly armed and provisioned the commander of the 300 troops,'sent athe'patrio

a Unearthly, beautiful, divine! receive sulphuretted hydrogen gas, ,which is red to any speculative mind,Dutch, not English but resolutely determined to defend the with several, .-was beaten,and taken 'prisoner
unfriendly to vegetation,'and to retain it until would,probably have been the tongue to cause in which they are engaged,at every risk .other officers, and besides, that
No wonder that I love her !
: so chemical charges shall alter.its proximate- which he would have assigned the,marvellous and to the last extremity. This revolutionary many privates were killed. 'jmd. drowned in n efl -

rangement undergo certain changes itself, mission. Yet Holland has fallen nearly' as army-or band of patriots have two banners feeling their escape /:' :
i- agricultural. and to add to the mechanical condition. of.the much as the Saxon has risen in the scale of =one.white one bearing the words "Ejercito The Government. has published various're?

soil proper for economical culture. nations. Her idiom is now acquired by few.- Libertader7, (Regiment of 'Liberators,).the ports from the officers the army now acting

a, Mixture of Soils. When clay and carbonaceous matters are Her-merchants conduct their correspondence other lathe same as that which. .Gen.. Lopez against the insurgents, which are, of course;
ro both present in sand,none of the alkalies in solution 1 and tranwt their business in French or in English unfurled at Cardenas. framed to suittheir' views and objecr&.Theyare

tile IftieYork-- will pass down through tncm;nor will Even her writers have many"of thorn Up to the'prcaent.ti there hai been only not however; credited here; I send themto
From Farmer. '
N Working solutions of organic matter filter through them genius: in,Foreign garb. On':the other hand, one serious encounter with the troops, of the you. ,
t No method of improving soils is so permanent into the sub-soil. A cask:filled with such a literature and language have passed entire- Government" This,.engagement. was with a I As the patriots have already;overrun a considerable
Pbs in its character that of their proper admix mixture will receive the drainage 0 of the cow ly out of this phase of dinger. Dutch, like body,of 300 men sent from Havana in si steam portion of 1 the territory, it la reported

ture. .The addition of the cLrtbl .defieiencies : yard onltopmd deliver ,clear colorless and Welch,Flemish,Erse,Basque,and other idiomS; boat,''as a reinforcement to the garrison at Nue- and believed ,here;that a:provisional 'Government = I
of any soil not only supplies the chemical deficiencies Inodorous water from the bottom. The presenCe is doomed to perish as an intellectual medium vitas.'under tbecornmandofBngadier General has been ,formed though' it: Is not

of plants* but prepares the soil, for of largue quantities of humus makes garden but whatever may be the future changes; Coi.ti.' The patriots observing their approach known who are the men,met the head of it-

more easy and economical renovation for the soils, and they may be imitated.by.the addition the world;the tongue of Shakespeare and of from their look-out on the mountain hastened The Government having tat off all comnmnica "
future, by the use of manures, &c. of.charcoal dust or decomposed peat.- Bacon is now too firmly rooted ever ,to be torn to the landing and attacked them immediately tion Between the infected districts and the rest
'' Ia many.instances the expense of carriage We have'used more than 2000 loads of decomposed away. No longer content 'with mere reser- on.their disembarcation. After a'short skirmish of the country,it is very.difficult to obtain fill

city sea &&, renders. their use impracticable salt-marsh, muck on our* aim' with the ltatiotl.ft alms.at universal mastery. Gradually in which several were killed and found' and reliable information, 'of the movements- in '
8 ble; but in far greater number of instances most beneficial results. it is taking possesion of all the ports and ed on both aides nine of tha,Spaaiaheffieen, that quarter.. The individual who has, thui

a this expense is more than repaid, from the permanent The best.ndaralsoi1a",says'Sir Humphrey coasts of the world;, isolating all rival Idiomsshntting"tha including the commander of the .detachment, faj'"be tnbst dlstiilgnishcd among the patriots ';
r character of the repair. Davy, "are those which the materials have up from intercourse with each Gen.Conti,taken prisoners by the patriots the ,- and who ir:regarded the:leader in Oat

Soils of proper earthy composition are more been derived trani-different strata which havebeenminutely other,-making itself the channel ,of every balance of the party effected their escape precipitately present move neat,. is a :''young,7 man ,named
. cheaply kept in heart more ,easily tilled, and :: divided.by air and water,and communication. At a hundred points/at 'once in the steamer which brought them. JoAQtni Acnutd. His blather was taken pH**
less liable to easualities from unusual it .After this brilliant little oner, in the first encounter after being.wound:
are seasons are intimately blended together and in improving plays the aggressor. It contends with Span affair,so creditable
of drought,wet: &c." &c. A well composed soils artificially,the farmer cannot dobetter ish on the frontiers of Mexico,--drives French and :encouraging to the patriots they retired ed. and is lying now in jail Puerto principe
soil is at once ready to return applied ma thanjmitate the process of nature. ''The and Russian before it in Canada;and in the to the mountains, belonging to the range of All the endeavors of the patriots at this time

t mires in valuable crops, whereas, on poor orbadly materials necessary for the purpose,are seldomfar Northern Archipelago,-Supersedes Dutch,at Cubitas, which lie between Puerto Principe are directed to the single object of maintaining ,
balanced soils, the farmer Is compelledto distant; coarse sand is often found immediately the Cape and Natal, -elbows Greek and Italionat and :Nuevitus;where they can 'fortify .themeelves their position, and the keeping open the communication

render them property absorbent of moisture, on chalk,'and'beds"of'sand and gravelare Malta and"in"!the Ionian Islands,usurps with facility and from thence open direct with the northern short*.in brief

by a lengnnd tedious application of organic common below'clay: The labor of.improving the right of Arabic at Suez and Alexandria, communication with the Northern coast, that they may receive the arms and ammunition

.r manures, only securing thereby to a loose or the texture or construction the soil is maintains itself supreme at Liberia,'Hong Kong from which direction they expect to receive which need.they expect and Of which_ they are much- ''

sandy loam,the same retentive power after tenycarr repaid by great permanent advantage;' less Jamsica.and St.'Helena,-fights its way againstthe reinforcements,arms and ammunition, the latter in, ,
manuring,which might have been gained manure is required, and its fertility insured t multitudinous and various dialects in the of which they are greatly in need of-, In the name of JodJ, senl.them' some. yto. I

: in a single season by the application era proper and capltal1ald out in this way secures'forever Rocky Mountains, in Central America on the In the first,encounter"with the patriots thS who have them.r -

, dressing of clay. By a proper admixture also, the productiveness,.and, consequently, the Gold Coast, in the interior of r Austral'14 and one near..Carcorro,the Government troops succeeded Net Mail TkrwifiuCouldn't -. '
a (variety of the inorganic or earthy constituents value ol the land."--Elemn ol.-Ag. Chenx, page among the countless islands of the Eastern Seas. _inputting off,a few; prisoners, among '
of plants is ever ILth:1nd. and many crops 204. No other language is threading inthis way.. them a man by the name Agucro, whom they help laughing the other day, at ad an:
eedote of
a man accustomed to make
r flourish which could not folly succeed under The improvement to lands by, the use of French and German find students among cultivated threatened toshootrLearning I who had long prayers '
overpenoadcd a guest,
other circumstances even with an excess"of mineral manures,'enchas alumina,sand, (situ) men; but English'' permanently destroysand this the ratriots in the mountains his ,inclination to stay to breakfast greatly He prayed '

4t organic mannrcs. ThecnUivator should therefore &&, should not be viewed'' like ,that arising supersedes the idioms with,which it comes of Cubitas ,notified the.Government officers and prayed till his impatient guest began to think )
,remember, while estimating the cost of from the addition ot'per shable'lIW1ures. for in contact that in case of the?;execution of their comrade seriously of edging away quietly and walking off; '

this permanent kind, of, improvement, that his they last a life time while the proper balance The relative growth of the two great Anglo- they,would, at once,:retaliate, by, pitting to but in attempting it waked np the, old. 'man's son ). i
r after expenses 'will be materially lessened, of these with lime and the other inorganic constituents Saxon Statesis noteworthy. In 1801;the population death, the nine officers. whom they had made who was asleep in his chair; .

while his resulting crops-will l>e improved. of plants, which, having their derivation of!Gmt Britain was 10,942,646 in .prisoners at Nuevita. low the soon win' your lather' bo through?'?. whispered .
guest /
sand lime be in soil in from '1800 'that "of the United States There is,not, at present, any sign of revolution *
1t Clay, and Dust present originally the disintegration of rocks was. 5,319.721, or "lias he got to the'Jews yet r* asked the boy is
fair proportions, before either its chemical constitutes:parts of.these ,three; .and"hence -or not quite. half In ,1350. the populationof 'much 'excitement at:Trinidad'or St i I

mechanical conditi n, can be inch as render their_ due balancesrBecurea fertility .while'' a the United States is two millions f and a third Jago de Cuba., But at Matanzas there is much "No,"u.idtho other..**.. ,
its culture'profitabler The following table by great excess of anyone r .of them.produces bar- more,than. that olOreat' Britain in 1851:-at excitement,: and the apprehensions of the government '1V AI then he amt half th ugIansweied u.
M..Thacr,of the chemical composition of various trainees f' this moment it 'probably exceeds it by three party are'greatly increased .by the ,boy, and composed himself again to his pap:,' *
soils, will enable the L reader to calculatethe millions. The rate of decennial increase*''of fact that the.Catalans have joined the Creoles. The,guest"bolted at once.Cclis'nF "' '

proportion of the particular earth requisite this country is less "than 15 per' cents while The knowledge of this .facthas, induced, the ; "

to render the soil more fertile. The soil oran fHt'scrilauroua.Ttie in 'America ,is about :5, per cent Inthe Government: toseLdlargereinforeementstothe_ 8cAJtUT'FEVJL-Tn the Baltimore i
is ., Continental States the rate is considerably gairrisen'at that P I 3CG. Son1 we find the following, which we commend tour
acre,, to the ordinary depth to 1bJcl great readers, old and : '"Wepabfishedmthe
700 tons., ': .lower than in England.. ,According to the The Government has also sent 2,000 troop young _
plonghtdireidhs'abont GroWth;of: tlie Anglo-Saxons Sun, about a year since,statement that robbing
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from Havana to Puerto I
. progress of,the last 'fifty years in.France and Principe; the news of of all parts of the body throe times a day with fit
.o tin ..0 D4 America the United States will havethe the affair at Nuevitas'having.:greatly excitedthe'fearti bacon thee ecarlot discloses
-- The article from London great as soon as fever, itaelf;
_. following a.
10'11 1:1"0 z.bjl \ paper er population '\Si07-ln 1900, they will exceed of the Captain General for the safety wu a sure remedy for the.diacaac.' We. hare recently
details the British
6g e of the2bt,wt. contains the of I
9 of that ,
those'of England "France 8paln Portugal, portion of the Island r been catted..on by a number rcyponslblo,
I t ,0,3. iii A I R. aodU; ,s.Census; but as' these have alreadyappeared Denmark and Switze,1and''combined' / ; Pru 1n Havana some the-papers have been gentlemen from the eoantiesrho' assure ns that a
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."s:0...K n r p'_ in Our:columns, we,omit" them,:'and dent statesmen should bear these facts in mind. suspendedas;! It is said b7'order of. the Goy- it bas been tried in numerous*Instance with onk
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'., 10 C 111" lot substitute the roun&nnmbeiz.A ernment Many of families form successwhUe those who depend on ittedieme
61 6 .4 RichaUnvial' Many persons now alive may see the time when ; the.Spanish are alone had in most feflea victim tail
I s11 I ; Summary ofr the Censojj'clurni made o n disposing their'" and : eases; ravages.A
81' America will be of to prdpcrty retiring to
79 10' more importance, ,118. socially gentleman yesterday aonredjif; tha\in two errant
40 n U I ; 4 ..' X11696 Ti. the 31st of March has been given to the publicthis I commercially, and ,politically than,:all Spain. in hit nta had recovered under its ap )

"Zo 17 ;3,, .10. ;: 18 'Good: sec. By afortliiiate coincideiiee take hegeD-i Europe put together: ,Old :diplomatic'traditions The Government,whose chief aim is to prevent pli on.C being 'fan hp as hopeless by the .

,53 36 I .2. 17' "wheat 4 eral toialsofihe American.census,' last will go for little in the face Transatlantic the' arrival ,of reinforcements from any physicians.. The remedy JU simpler and can da rob I
'66 : .. 4 : 'J' bailey year arrived the same time;;:BO that out" ofthe.two pourer numbering '100,000,000 of free and quarter to the patriots,holds all its naval for- harm- ;we therefore recommend Its.triaLM. -
60. 2 sets of tables are able;,-to nithe'absolnta easare ces in readiness to the coast''
lands. ,we energetic men of our own race and blood,, guard employing -
;43 I hate that Mr.Smith;"said a Chesntfi .
.2 I : progress of,the Jlngl '
,6 28 8j30 63 ':jJ2-' jj 2! I .'I snits,two grand division, and to compare' .the :'Pngrea'ef jpeneevUM ii la Italyv: transportation itstroopstotherevolutiotiary", : rent streetbeauty'theotber. .. L. ,day' ,.to.her.. honored,]
laws of Iheir respective'growths in,relation to districts. -
.23 U f Wby, dauhi t" ,
2 my
"Jt"hoaL ] The of the'lfenrk 'Lrcrtittr tl- -
.28. 2''' each'other and to the .led of the..world, The correspondent + Doily -"Bee Ul he olwayt stareS at die io hard when he
I' of Great -of ':not including ,writing from,Florence,June 22d,after ': .
3 801 L : population .i Britain course: HAVANA, July 20,1851. meets me.in the street r. .r-.:?" ,
t18 11 :; E I Il ,,Ireland"is,20,9 I.p,53t,,, In.?.the;Un citing numerous' acts of vindictive wrath upon :The'government :has published that every "But;my child, how- -do you.knowthat- Mr SzD1th8t i
-" the last distinguished citizens, by the'police of Austrd-- of.insurrection at'your >* r t .
; 'TO ." .. I .fed States population year tract 23,267j-; symptom: :haa been quieted.
v .wr.-: WeJjiave already given- ;'tlfS peculiar:; 498. .;;Asfutaing, saws may,fairl..do,,that the ,Tuscan proscription. ,says;' r The object of,-this is to intimidate the,people:: ._."Why""' because_ I hare, repeatedly. ;seen him. don.
r>roperties or each of the constituents of soils,t population.or.lreland"wiii be found;not Jess The state of things ':in this city has :,become and induce them to forego fUJI.measures of resistance It-, ; *vtei .
; "Well .ruIiad at the impudent
youvezJoo .
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oat in the'present connection we!shall repeat: than 8 0,000,fwd h otCeriady; Witr.W intolerable,:and;many ,families are seriously i. they may have contemplated: -..Therepresentations ', man1 again when you meet,him, and then be
.ia part' 'CUyJs principally.composed of Alla-l. the Cape,.snd others,of onr colonial; settlements meditating a removal to Sardinia/now the only of the, Government :are all. may stare his eyes out without annoying you in the
I ,coins,and' .plays *n important part in the Te-i igetable ; "3,500,000,,'rreahallah;; enrilutveagruiid .free""country in aH 'southern'r Europe.) :Our II- 't'aJ zee Notwithstanding the means: It,has' timp107ect -:!! least ,Remember that H always. : .takesftr&;palrxif.
I economy' and' the modern.EnglishchemWs'tothecuntiaryfotvitbetinding I total of/men speaking the dame language/and .Instriousconntryman;Horatio Ore enough," the to suppress the truth &'intercept all eyeJ to .JJnftttatMe.n --
,' we manifestimg;>>he.mmegenerairteodencies:; in sculptor has broken np his establishment and correspondence,; we;:have; found means to ascertain 'AhemIbefiTd. 101' *. right, r'

assert that it maybe found-.as one)t the inor- cifjUxatioov of/SoVWO{ ; pQPoduct from these gone to.to Paris with ,his whole' family.,, .He the facts./,We learn;:'from4 oar correspondent ther. '

pain eonttUnentf j>f(B say.plaatL4 ,The.** jigures the three.million*li negro a aTesia the assures'me that'he can netcr''return'while thepresent at Corroseo, that the insurgents inpossession A"MoDESS FAJtkxs'8TVir/i rron-e "yonnr' lady recently '
.*r clay,asaf absorbent; is, however, chief ''United Staiesj- ttndtwq:have.a. ranainder'of I system t4eSptonage'nttDues,' Mr. of four.towns,'the names of_ which married to a farmer dajTvuited the .
property in tae'soiL'and this power.extends to' 3.QOOoOOe.,of JAM lo-Saxon ceecenL| ; and Browning,'the British poet,and his more gifted: are Las Tunas," Bevannicu esteem; and 'El cow' onaes, when she thus interrogste& her mIlkmaid y
.retaining the alkalies'e artificially,added,' deep1yJaBp fBat 4rWUhiU sturdy qualities of and charming wife..E1ih Cthi&rret BrownIng DraxoC :.These font towns aieirithina cir. ;,"By tho by Mary, which of thaw tows is it.

er realtait lr than decomposition of tvegc table heart and brain:, as. r tt !representatives, of. this_,. ...having alsoleft for.the,dty.sickal heart Terence of ortwent1.U1ree1;' which the that< .va,S."''tT thobutter-mflk/ '_ ". "' '_**+ J"rT.T *X ".'3C-KY. .
-r. j
fibre. Ifs barrel toifilwiv ; wiihef stock., rr'jFiftj4bre .jadvancing .with'what they :hive witnessed and*felt since gloripos emblem of.Cnba's future destiny, the: ;'w A.D.i' AtcBTiswtlr-Beirf'life in London

.sea wad;and p6th dissolved tawater. be then : UJ.G.t cent agothtr inauguration of+'Anttrian tyranny? in the ,white star, is flow wating.V -T* ..recently, "stated'that a lady bad lost'no 'lest than
tored opon r it;Idle solution 1ri1l111D out of the; rwer. sot' qe} L ree Iell)1ensofthlsrace in tic dty'*tI thdr midencM Mn B. has;by: a Oar foree iat rapidly augmenting In one! 120,000 on the Derby race." 'Tho Limerick Chronicle

Bottom of the" brr l unchanged; and for Jlhis on the face of,the eatt., .A:., ltre.a mhlionsnore the way, just published-a Tylmae'orpoems in, day its numbers were increased from 1000 'to says OwladrfcUift IdaUP: of the pool,- .

-s.t". tadysoile readiVr pose,.po t, ..!henl I Itt person of the Magyar 4eacgnt;speaking Dondon.into whTcFshe hajbrfelhed her noblespirit i .fcOQaexLr rThe= Lord Byron.' :* ,' ''* "".y beveaact .
'b1. J1"or '
ed-in.fI.o jhageaixood t M lBIdlure.--, the Magyar liBgaage->lEt epl'eeeentin 'pf ilndignationr'L fme'Smj Jtft1roi 1 'arf posted is so : msse"It'1t'' -roJ ', ..:.'.TtAiiiiattsitTliere"G ., : .
oeet of i ed Ud fttt i tIonrr'Bochanan'Read: rhas the badness'6f the i oada" .h'.tU.w. .
=ere per 'bea V> j .Fviopethawtleete aisr ;Amtrii1ar your ; ; ,
'! :! emi lri1 that word.-
h sMa+:f,",aad1<.dm ea thbeonq, e _1- ekdis people!in {{ 1J h::1ilUia. ri"ib; a trial of\ht., 1>illty'qftholg>veiiimetittrooi hID. then''lit A; ernjon too fall i ddctrinc: U .
oIt1a."rtgh'; pre
tqe ley;Ofietcd; potsah'b4 tla..tr ; the time r Cra'weHWi&tw.Chen;format .tn. etor. iisfidl iJlei.; (3om.AoT nhas, any considerable riumbers ; straight to else head and pocictU The"teaa who "'
b.ilkr thrOugb jt;Uffato*.wiHbejrclaiBed tdtalk M'Maf poStta*nWesity?Mr a18JrbUJS 'also,left ns with his iaanly, r.Bet Um6 foil*me,! ocamt point to that from "JaW&1aeUp: makoi it hit priaefple and watchword Is on.iU.

17 the cliyaa4 water comparative/pttrorDE s lash rac s!. Bir f r)egiego tJa'A gla8aton'; as the Bail-horn 800004?More saojui "t,+1 to receive'rcmt rcem ate tro' Qtdt L6f1a.!'. .;: road of honor and.profitq ', "aZIs


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,letter'.Jf D.L.u1: following froat tiie Philadelphia Penntyloanian I ,ldi D
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; .: expowrtiw shameful hypocrisy and ,WteiHf of SudthO'Brlen;arrived In !! ;Artja, ,
pithily .
! At' a meeting of a.portion"o't.the citixcns of doable-dealing of theAdministration and Its.tpcialorf *- I San Francisco- on the"5th Jane,hiring escaped respecks, to yn, 1 Is gwint,to ttikop! "" '

Marion County ,and trieiula"'of a the;;Hop.,D. %eWa gtoa&wWtVin their;'pro.festions ., from'hi British jailors in Australia. .Hfcarriral -' to' rite yaon the MpjecVerpollerfhwich'i '

I LY lee1atOcaia1Col.rJosiah,'Paine was can of an.."honest- intention< "to carry out- the Com"* : : iaw1oo&, 'by public festival, at : fit/latin no.Intrust, ttntch'fiitime J

: : ed to.the.Cha1 ,:&ud S.,St Geo. Rogers requested promise fa &iAparto\! :-vre see that they haveapolicy < which/the'liayor.of'the city presided. ,We not, .sins_ 'the,mnnHh_ :of Orgnk'"
to act as .The object of.the meet- '
.i was briefly stated'by the ;Charrmau: to, be to which can b '.11I adlpted to: the condition give below fromthe San Francisco'Herald, a yare aittean, an 50.; _Jlst, bout t&*| .

.. :,1 concert the most.proper method of, expressing >of things In any State. 'In Georgia, Alabama sketch of the proceedings.! heerd a gude deel.fed "boat, .Sathern'BitijKnrthern .

,: to Mr. Yule, the feeling of the people towards ? and Mississippi, we see them throwing all their Influence The, wanton and cruel persecution of O'Bnen pee l!. rongin .us,:,by ,trihti( ..

'-;,. ; I him as a man,: and :their high.approbation.of. and using all their means ,corruption, to and his companion, whose only crime was a ::em from na,.an it coed.uie. A heep of oat. -'"
:' j his coarse in the.Senate of ,the",United States Saturday, August U, 1851.t aid in the election: Compromise Democrats. InPennsylvania till I heerd of a big Bubbskeitbt. ... '.
: fruitless effort to na
and to demonstrate'. the country at luge, State which has .emancipate ..
(the only Hireling ..
r such their approval, by tendering him a public out the Fugi- country from a worse than Austrian,bondage_ the thnrd of Orgerst in .that t yam rt
t NEWS. manifested any disposition to carry, .
"i dinner or otherwise. AGENTS FOR THE sortt.rrlee4 coal thor '
and detestationof ,
h with
fills art loathing ,
: the aid of the influence every : witt
Law and which with .
Slave -
The resolutions offered and Tallahassee Fla.J. tive ,
-f were
" following: ; 1tL1j. Jonn BEARD, anlgetherd toarthesr'wecud ",
;' : adopted by the meeting.,, Ocala v Fla., .. of,the Administration might possibly have that hyponritical government that has ever lit t&t ...
, BuoltitdThM ,holding in high estimation BKARDOIT, Esq., been carried in favor I,of its,execution)-we see bad liberty on italip and tyranny in ils heart.. un it. Wei;sar, i inked tarred to tie d*'

:, the political-course.of the Hon. D. .L. Y lee. T."P.KxsnunTE8q: ,, Tampa, Fla them sustaining party and aiding the election of a It can prate about ,magnanimity to Louis Napoleon the diner was to be on _with 'knnsid'J

; through the late' acts of"the ,Congress of,the Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla man who are bitterly opposed to that law, and who ,'and deplore the imprisonment of .Ab. trust, an when. it md1, went to tat .

United States, we do without distinction of B.' FRISBT, :Esq 'Carey's Ferry, Fla.Gsof obstacle in the of its exe.cution : lions an it to
me bode
r party, tender him a public dinner,to be given : are throwing every way Del K dflr. It can shed, crgcodile'tesrs over: seam- evorry 'fl
so soon u his acceptance shall be made known. CEXTTEB; Esq, St Augustine; Fla. and who, in short, are ultra Abolition the captivity Kossnth and his companions staitwusthar.furtba: ,'wuslotts aa ko

Rfiohcd, That a Committee of three he appointed Judge: A. STEELS, Cedar Keys Fla Whigs when at the same time they have an oppor- and plead with the Grand Turk for their liberation what plessd me so mutch,.aul.seamed tonne :\I '
the Chair to communicate Mr f GLIVSKT Pilatka Fla.D:7 of friend of the ,
by to !. Esq., tunity sustaing a Compromise. it& myne, an fur standin up ter .t>
while with relentless cruelty : oar
Yulee the of this to
proceedings meeting, ascertain Why not support Compromise Democrat in Pennsylvania -
I: from him should,he accept the tender, We have received the communication of as well as in Georgia or Mississippi? The its own subjects, whose crime like, Kossnth'a, Wei, i thort i wad heer aid bout 1& tt'I f
what time for the same, will best ,suit his con :: was desire to emancipate their country from felt reJiced., ;when the our tarpe i
" 1 : Amiens,"and wiU publish entire next week. It reason is obvious: that outrage to common hones- a furrunners from

.. 4 Whereupon the following were appointed came in too late for insertion this week, without ty and decency, (the Compromise,) is to be used asa the worst of despotisms. sum tha maid anotear. Kountofurst .t.W.

! John G. Reardon,8. St. Geo. Rogers, and A. C. being divided, which would have injured the effect sort domino to carry them through all sorts of: This country has very properly" interposedits an mity big speeches,' .'

i. Brown. On motion the meeting,,then adjourn somewhat. political masquerades. And yet notwithstandingthis good offices in favor of the Hungarian Patriots wns mitily plead, but I felt' moar iat

ed. transparent attempt at deception' there are ,and offered a public vesssl to convey the heerin our. own men.what wns then rutniaoffis. J

1.1:, Ocala, July 1st 1851. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.-The No., for July, thousands throughout the South, (and particularly illustrious Kossuth to the United States. This direckly'the vera, man i wontei''

Ocala Fla. July 3d 1851. just received, has the following inviting bill of fare in the region of onr neighboring city of' St'Aogns- is all'right.: ,but we hare.not heard that ?tfrFillmore's up, "Jim Jewettof, Big Muddy fur'.&V
f: i My Noyel.crVaietiec English Life; Campaigns tine.) who are ready to glorify,and toast them as the the Demtrkratik kanderdait .
: Dear Sir: -We, ai a Committee appointed for : cabinet had endeavored to shame an ,
ofan Austria.nAid..de 'The Peaceful Lieutenant purest patriots of the land. God help country
; this purpose, by a meeting of a portion of the of such atuffTUE Great Britain out of the disgraceful persecution krat, an'WusanJ:1Us..to: hear his.noshuot'W
and his friends; Hour: HE; What is Mesmerism whose vatnoti are built -
citizens Marion County jinthuot distinction of of the Irish Patriots. Her conduct ,is a bespoke-it wus not veary e1loqu' t or' 'h.pouertul .
'.: i patty; have the honor of tendering to your acceptance ? Wanderings Round the World; The Lament I WASHINGTON KEPHBUo-This journal,. '
'",, a public dinner. of Selim, bl Delta; Downward Tendencies; Mod. the special organ of Mr. Fillmore, while advocating .. thousand times more disgraceful than that of ,cos he red it ; but the daetrlafwnmity

k i In'behalf of our fellow-citizens we say to yon era State Trials. him for the next Presidency, advocates Johnston's Austria, and'ought to be held up to the indignation good, an i wus mitily plersd,far ae:ti

A that it is our earnest desire to have )'ou'Tisit GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE for the month is also'received too, in election the face for of Governor the Whig in movements this State at; and Lancaster this-, of the civilized world until the name of : fur standin up to our Bites and resfciia' *

: ,' I, Should us specially this, and tarry a short while with us containing usual good supply of plates against the Compromise measures-or rather Britain should become a by-ijbrdand disgrace. rongs sqnairtoad, let the konsarque&eiili,
expression of our wishes meet your the of them in which the South has
\ I only part any what tha mite he
and interesting matter. Austria makes no pretentlocs to thing ; proved to aal of us ft
trust will
: acceptance, we you name some early interest :these measures being claimed as Fill- any *
'. day for conferring upon us this pleasure. more's exclusive ..platform. Not content with this more than what she is-a dark and unmitiga. wns thar, that the biggust tine of rongthj"

: With expressions of high regard and esteem, THE CUBA NBWS. the Republic oppresses Colonel Bigler, :who is bold ted despotism. Her mission is darkness and bin dun us, that the Eonstertnahna ti
: :: we are, dear sir,yours respectfully The news from Cuba, which we publish on our ly and broably pledged in favor of all the Compromise > g .
", J. G. BEARDON. ) first page, is very important If it be correct measures. It bases this opposition on certain debasement-her instrument the sword. Eng- trod doun, an anl we had to pen pon VQ h
ridiculous notions ofthe North American here,and land the other hand claims different mis resis um in. wo solve the Uniao '
-1' S.StG.ROGERS, > Committee. revolution has commenced, which will not go is offended because Colonel Bigler does not himself on a I eveary ,aa fa
..' A. BROWN. ). backwards, but must progress! to the independence answer them? A pusillanimous and spiritlesscourse sion. She would be at the head of the nations um if necuserry. i tel y u, sur, i was plead fc

i To the Hon' D. L. YCZ.EE, of the Island. But we must confess we entertain like this will meet with contempt from the in disseminating the principles of freedom and heer Mr. Jewett tork this wa in the Jkieofa
L c 1 Homasassa Fla. thousands who know Johnston's
doubts as to the truth of the statements, to their as well as they know Biglers radical devotionto tendencies Christianity. What a contrast"her whole history the peeple, cos i thort he woud dn it, and feiW.

, MARGARITA July 18, 1851. 'ull extent; and this in spite of our warm sympathy the requirements of the Constitution. We hope and character presents to her hypocritical wonted to voat fur him, as he wus the De9'*
,. in the cause of thai oppressed people. It will the attention of tho Whigs of the South,'who are kratick kanderdait fur the '
Gentlemen sennit.
: I have received your kind communication professions. We can respect much more,frank, lTeJ'jj
: into their elections will be
just about going directed -
be before
not long however, the whole truth will
: of the 3d of this month, accompanied to the ttandalous course of Filhnerc's organ, straight forward, despotic Austria, than base, sune as the spcekin wus got thru i took Mut

, I b7 the proceedings of a meeting of citizens bo known, and conjecture put to rest. which advocates the Compromise measures in one lying, canting, piratical England. Jewett one side, and toJe him' his speaeitJ
in Marion county. breath, and W. F. Johnston their foo. in another, -
I. The meeting, it appears, was composed without "We think we have shown, to the satisfaction of and which abuses Colonel Bigler to-day and calls lust nit)an that. tho i had 'maid--up minot iay,
distinction of party; the resolutions express' all parties-if indeed the effort has not seemed superfluous upon tho North to observe the Fugitive Slave Law, Arrival,of'Terrence B. M'Manui.We to vent fur him, fore, i heerd_his speedk,'

approval of my course in the Senate 'of the to those in the habit marking the giv- which he will resolutely maintain. have great ,pleasure in announcing the wus gwine try him uns moar., ,but Ut
United States; and, in manifestation of,their ings-ont of Southern extremists-that the right of safe arrival in this city of Teaence B. M'Man-: sea

:- kindness and approbation, I am honored thro' secession hat" been claimed 'from the constitutional SENATOR FISH, OF NEW YORK. us, Esp one of the gallant and devoted gentlemen me, why, Mr. Spriggins, i thort yu win siof

yon. as the organ of the meeting, with the compact. Republican This gentleman is stated to have defined his position who three years ago perHM'their liv SAnd my bes friends what has don 1 Wdii J

' tender of a public dinner. This is J a sample of editorial modesty worthy of at the 4th of July dinner of the Cincinnati sacrificed their fortunes and freedom for i will be kandid with"you, an jut set ft*
This Society in New York. Although he did not approve the liberation of their country from British ..
f unexpected distinction is received with imitation. Our neighbor, by his invincible logic,
t.. I gratitude.That of portions of the compromise, he was for misrule. _Mr. M'MlLnus arrived yesterday hear, an let mo tel yer; an we set dom .i*
has carried all before him. But "having shown to '
maintaining it fully and honestly.' lIe acknowledged aTeSsd', from Sydney after extraordinary sed-Mr. Jewett, ya no when : '"wusafaf
of yn
- portion my public course,gentlemen, all parties," and the rest of mankind, that he had to the fullest extent the constitutional rights escaping by _
to which allusion is made in the good fortune from the grasp bf Sir derdait in 6,4n elected
specially res- carried his point and gained the,victory, he might of the South respecting fugitives but thought waa_ ,.:yitd_
' olution, was,involved with a very grave and equally effective and, to the N oath less offensive William Denitson, the bigotted and brutal eie- us that yuwus a Pemmekrat an wui w
" momentous passage in the public history of the have retired from the field and quietly reposed upon law might have been passed. No repeal or modification cutioner ot the will ot ,a despotic government. -, **'
country. 1 acted throughout under a deep his laurels. It would seem "superfluous," after ought now to be made, and he should regretto 1I1S'SUJl'mDp in captivity_have_been eitrmely I out the princerpells of the partee, nndorcurknmstauces .

; jsense of the responsibilities attaching to all my having convinced "all parties," to r .eomm nce the see any attempt to effect it He says he had severe, -now did t yn? Yes,ses.lei,

1\1J :. acts and votes., A powerful,'and. now dominant task convincing them 'over again! Perhaps he ten rankly and avowed conversations these ,sentiments prior io his in election hundred, and let- C. Brenham, Esq.:" the Mayo of the city, i dan it. ,no sur- yu diJnt, seal-; dontyujrileek ..,

i ; section of the Unian,assailed the jnstrights was afraid they would not "stay" convinced, unless when it wu jnt pending, he would I not degrade presided.-On the right of the' chair 'sat Ter ynr Tout on the "Fednl Keaserlnsics ll i

f' and.threat.en. the security and liberties of they are,continually supplied with such specimens himself by givirg pledges, or submitting to be eatocaised. ence Bellew.McManus. :Esq., the guest of the .
J ; the ,State represented,. and of those others of logic as those in the last editorial. We will givea evening, Thomas Butler King, Eq. 'Collector the.Le'gus1Ateror46, wussent.thaDimndkmansnr -
(: 4 with which, on account similar social structure i We supposed this to be "the natural bent" of of Customs, the Hon. Mr. Holmes, late of Sooth me. Yes, snr,'but- wait_ awhile, tttdant
; 4. her,destiny is mixed., They bade uzbow specimen.or two: The immediate object.of,the Gov.Fish, but did not believe he would dare to Carolina, the Hon. Mr.! Weller: ,late of Ohio, the Rekerleckyur' Printtcn Kc sficrloaiw
; I down, that they might go over.' I, for one, I editor, if we understand, is to prove that ccr- cross Seward's trail, as he-seems to have done.- Hon. Mr. Green, of Texas. Gen._Addison ; 'on yn
'; refused toilty my body.as the ground, and as tain writer in a Mobile paper claims to derive the Tallahassee &nti7Ubrother /. the left were the Hon. Mr.:Gwin,'U.'s. Senatorof Yes, sur, but-well,m i,< waLe awhile,Iiidun ,

t.: the street, to them that went over.' In this right Secession fromthe, U. Constitution, and 'If Sentinel you supposed this to be California, Judge Marry,' of the Superior I I yit Wei, see l1e, i7JI.e4 yu agin aa fad,.

t f L. believed I trulyrepresented the spirit of the with that view he quotes from the Mobile writer as "the naturalbent of Goy ,Fish," why those severe Court, the Hon.Mr. Meanlate of Maryland, this over; camjitsglttin,Wte; .J lOts g ,dIi'I

il I State, else I would have spurned, to continua follows:'",The 8'At'qftJ State to.teeede.rettt on, itt ant just strictures upon his course, that appearedin the Hon Judge Tomkins, late MISS./&C.' ', the Major's and git,a horn.,, Ko,*'ses":i,.,t J:
k my official relations towards.it, as indignantly sovereignty"" 'From this our logician draws the After the cloth was removed, the Mayor rose
I 1 as I did to submit to the demands of Northern inference that the-writer {the 'of ,your columns some weeks since? If however: I and proposed the.first toast_ as follows. ':: think i shall be heer agin before the clccbtaan .
:right a State
* the
I Power, or' the Inst.ancesofParty Policy. to secede,does not,rest,on;its sovereignty, but on you examine tenor of the organs of The Union,of the &!l t u. ;The safeguard J i wants to no'ynr reesons: yu'cant expb*
f My own judgment, upon a full review of my the .'Constitutional I Govs.Fish and Seward,you will discover that they our happiness, power, and liberties, and, the them'voats awn to me nor 'In 'my nibornoiiwith
course, approves it:, and the numerous evidences compact "Can any thing have not crossed each other's trail, but,that they hope_uf'Freedom to the world-blighted be the .
: ces I hive had of strike the reFer as more ludicrous,than the licker. Wel, Mr.,.Spriggens, seibleevd \$.j
a, prevailing sentiment of approval pose alii move on in harmony together. Perhaps Mr. hand ever raised to divide. or disturb it. (Enthusiastic
::2 i in the State,among which I number with bUity" ''ot.the 'right of,Secession resting on State Webster,'in his recent tour through the State, baa cheering,) f In them Fedml Resserloshnns asstrM'

:; satisfaction: that yon now present me with, are ioverelgnty'andat the same'time.' being"'derived succeeded in convincing. them. thai the Whigs ,Air.--:Patrick's day in the morning.The as yn did,an i hated like the mistchef o--;

t, ;i consequently In ,view,gratifying.the moatmatena] point involved from tho "Federal'compact?" Yet such is the logic North "were better Free ,Boilers than I tho Free I Mayor,then gave as the next toast:. aginst em,but some,foe of mi Demekntiitf
my with which,we are treated from week to week The:Pretidfnt the United Stales.-T'1e first
f 'Soilers themselves" and that meea dud me to voat aginst em a&dlvgUfur
in that controversy, looking to direct and :approximate bv tho Compromise I of the -....
and which. Republic and the first citizenof
f i consequences the denial ef full swallowed by many as good sound "the North gained every thing, and the South just a free people i' May his;virtues lend ad spite, to let em sea Iwarnt nrend,, and
J"' p and adequate protection for slave property in doctrine! "And in another place," says the 1W- what the North lost-to : ) i thort',
; wit nothing at all; and ditional lustre to his office and dignify the ad- the people on How lining Creakss..
the public territories. It could publican, "the' Mobile writer' "
not be denied : 'The right
says ofteeestion hey have accordingly over, "horse foot and ninistratien of its duties.: '
gone (Long continued Bull Pram, an these other plases in tieKoa
by one as a generalproposition that is .
any where- oDe'thing,,and the policy of doing so is dragoons to the Webster-Fillmore cheering. '
: over the flag of the Union is unfurled in exclu- tiitc another "* and this is 'advanced is'another Compromite- ) wutlntnoir( an if th3 did. tha wudot .kin*
r q\[ ; Union party.. We congratulate the Bentindand The Mayor in proposing the next toast paida
' the
jurisdiction; person and property of every proof that he'wriie'r derived the beautiful An see ij an soyu wcdsakrifisehehOlepixUI. *
of accession to the _
citizen is entitled to the protection of the right our neighbor the.Republican, upon.this fortunate compliment talents, gllantry .
Union. )'citizens owning slave property were from the Constitution!; There can be no difference accession strength to their party. and chivalry of Irishmen., Speaking of Mr. ( tograttefle lunelf Wei, ses he, yco*

&> : to be denied this advantage under the Union it opinion on this point \The right to do a thing is : Me Manns! he said::Cordiality welcome.: .himto how i is pursikuted bj _a tue, an i thort ,if....

t could only be because in the eye:of those who one thing,and the doing ont it another thing. We tr,7We: have been favored with the perusal of a: extend thin land. ,We open our,hearts to',him, and spite ,. an yu foals wad look it over}:vi...
to him the .
'::: ,. withheld this protection,it is not a lawful sub may have a right to do many things which we may letter from Mr. L. Ryan, formerly of this place, As Americans welcome right.hand.of.fel1owship..: as how i alwase bin'the man's frendj ]
we him to our shores- pore_ 15
ject of property, or that its tenure is not deem dated San Francisco,June 14th 1851 ,
inimoral ; it expedient to do. A man, for instance, which givesno '
" and in either case the citizen the home of the oppressed and down-trodden of yu no, Mr.'Spriggens, that 1 is bin mitilj:M.
holding de- has a right, to marry,but some keep it as a "re very flattering picture of"El Dorado." all h\tions-aud as Californians hail sekuted
we his
i ., scription property, 'Would'stand denational. served right," ..nd'die'old bachelors.', ,But how our Mr. B. arrived there a few'dayi before the late with pride and pleasure.- arriYal I onakonntofmi 1 Lein: ,the pore-on.*
amongus Tremendous I
ized '
and (
.interest_ __ disgraced itself in being the under Union;the and ban thepropcrry of the- contemporary: deduced from,this expression of'the ,fire, and ho and,his son lost,all they had in the con and long cheering.) ,edtlemen give: I fre id. I is always bin lukin'out fur the pdman'sintrusVonifiam '

,r Republic, could not Jel 'cur!'. If'discrimina Mobile man, that it was intended as an argumentto flagration. This was a' bad beginning, bat they you0" __ elected this Lim i ,Li|

I tion was to be made 'In Federal legislation be prove that the right ,of Secession was.derived soon got employment, and are doing very welL- Guest 'Terence Bellew ,McManus j Ire guine to a pore man's schule, an if Rich. '/adi

f : tween slave andother, property: in the'degree rom'the Constitution,' we:cannot divine; but he Mr.:Yalo is spoken 'of in "Terr- grateful terms.- land gave him birth, England a dungeon; wants to sen, lam guine; to maik em, p J'*. :!
consideration and protection to be enjoyed,a c..nno doubt give us'a whole' column in expl .n Messrs. Holmes, Cooper and Peden were about to welcomes.It ,.a home with a hundred thousand expences of the schule, -an' ya and the,ode
, rule would be,applied injurious to that interest tion. Our neighbor is'gifted with a lively sense return home. Mr. B. would advise '
and under which it could not exist, For very no person to would be impossible to describe the enthusiasm pore men inonrEonnte can ,sen ynr chHtaj
' of the ridiculous. This no' doubt is a source of in. go to California. The population Is the
most debased which
the discrimination could only rest upon the followed the announcement of fur.nuthin. Why, snr,if it,warnt far_tht? *,-
finite amusement to him. Be thinks the In the rld. : "
Con.st1tutioD w Numerous
this The
that it is Gambling Hens 'of toast. whole *
ground not company rose and
We con
property, all other : peeple of this Eounte we wad be ruined*
; property, in the eye,ot. the Constitution- and of tho United States would be the funniest document high and low degree are open day and,night and tinued cheering for several minutes. the :

then discretion of Congress;would: control; In the"world, if it'had contained a clause present .scones ,of'drunkenness, deba.uchery'and Air-,The Exile of Erin.Mr. ., pore men wants sum, trend of inflae&etfiv i

. the degree consideration; if any at all, which granting[ the :United: Statet. the, right "to secede :crime,not to be paralleled in any,other city. 'Mining : ..McManus rose,amidst, a perfect'storm of as tha has selected me, i am guiDe:to seni*

r should be allowed it u property within the from tho Union."' 'This i
- jurisdiction ofthe Union-upon shipboard-in laughable, and a good laugh is such-a rarity in fitable business. One man' perhaps has a "streak ings, ,as to be unable to proceed. He said : ju that i is now doin it We]. Mr. ddibe
the dockyards forts and arsenals Air. Mayor, Senators, Soldiers and citizens
ritories-and: even nithin the Statet- :when the ter assailed his cad.world of.ours,that we hate tospoil one.by 'of luck," while one hundred cannot pay expenses. of California, and your. fellow-countrymen-, kep, torkin so fas'i,eudnt.sa word_ bu tt',
?; I by,a foreign"'foe,;and martial law*:pre. becoming grave. 'But we will simply ask our contemporary ,The newspaper accounts'are all exaggerated; thereIs it is impossible forme to find language on this lered him up. Wei: we stopt at'the Groan ...

t 'TaUin .- ,How" safe .this great property and how it would have answered him to in- regular system of puffing carried,''on' by them, occasion. to express .the _tumultuous feelings lea he, Mr.'Spriggens, this las 'porS1:
: j j. social interest 'of the South would be,, resting troduce into>the Constitution a prohibition to secede for:the benefit and at;the'cost of 'the steamboat that fill my heart. I am overpowered with

upon the ditcretion'ef Congress, it 'was plain to ,'aiD ngtheieAer prohibited powers:' and ship owners and'other speculators: whole polPcy ,the excess ofiot1r kindness, that I will not at groceref,:an yu Major, i wait yozi'to treetl

foresee.. .:. $iNo'; State_shall:enter into any,treaty, alliance,&c.: it is to
..Withthe result of this grave issue you are .;No:State_thaU coin money;; the picture, and we have no doubt it is a correct I it has excited: : '' in my 'breast.: (Cheers.) 1 ama'plain'blunt that ,corns I.1rD.. "Kow, Mr. 'Spriggtmembur
all familiar, and I commend to the deep reflection No State shall any bill of attainder man, and though at the best buta this.is fur pore men i doat I!
an ,
pass ;
of every; good :citizen, the dangers:which. ; one, of the state of_,things in California,given by bad hand at clothing my thoughtelnhanguage :
, ., that result may raise., : + No State lhatt teeede from the Union. a'plain unsophisticated observer.,* -'*: it is ntterly impossible for me to do so to-night. any boddl to cum here nor braiaebotpeeple .. '
!! of, Gentlemen This would not.have.been half so "ludicrous" 'i p ,. 1 I do 'wish for,1)ell1111!
,1 accept the Invitat1onwMch, you as : not ., to refer to the past We. have istkeiuit. atWei ..
; 1' communicate to me.' But as my engagements p ennitting the, United States :to,secede from the ( 'D:7: ,Corn has!advanced: 50 'cents per bushel, !at failed in our efforts,' and I paid the pe alty;-';', ,ses U is,much bleegd toyn,an_if Jaj
: will prevent namIng now a definfte Unions and" we have no 'doubt.the, Lynchburg;Ya, in consequence,of tho have now1 another before
my (.day,' States would great droght ,career: me; and un; tell me thai! yn is jut what a sed jawW,ton
t I I beg to'reserve its appointment for future con. hue seen'BO littie/un in it that they never would The article in demand 14 per barrel: ,'or 80 cents der the folds of that flag (pointing to the star; ....

'ference with';you, that I may' make my' own tave adopted the Constitution at all,: with,' such a per bushel. T baOeO.IS also advancing.. 'spangled banner)!intend to remain.and to cling' this.gratetan citing! questa1iuu'will- !

1- convenience:harmonize with 'that of'the citlI I 'Claue In it. :; L". :: to it with fidelity and devotion' ; 'wherever'the' for 1U.1 ,WelMrfSpriggea8/iw. ".teioiiOut .iH .

:" :zens. you represent, ''"We have.not been engaged .in :the' U'i3hop O'Cenner,knelt and took the temperance principles) 'it embodies has 'an' enemy, and" an outs Besktaac9MB...> ot,S.has noiof '
With sentiments personal regard, 'I';hare. attempt to pledge from,,Father Mathew; Pitt burg, ,wherever. that flag has >a:'foe,. there' will be
1; the honor to be ,discuss,the,true theory of this Government" with found ourjBonstertusion befai trodden dou,*
your I'elpecttallerJan, on Sonday, fully one .thousand, persons following mjxlght arm.. (Great cbeel g.) Citizens ,
f t I D. L. rULER our modest!"neighbor,but have a tingle remark to example; .' California, J I'swcar'allegiance ItMr ,we submit;, no,:sor; i is for fitln,'-and if T.!

t MessrLohnO.RenrdouJ.St.aeo.nogers, make upon the following'which is.asserted"':with ; :( ., MeManns kissed the; flag. which elicitedthe now. ,Wei, sea i/fci! mi yernand. ;fwilagit .
i AndL C. Brown, Committee. fI4W ;b7tli ieall:.' :;, \ ? yellow fever making fearful ravage .most trenendons cheering.)! Gentlemen I ;ThiakonveraashuaokkortionUi.t.1' '
among the;troops recently .arrived in Cuba from cannot proceeoLfnrther. 'shalrtherefore'con-
Involves ; ,
same author of
'P1o : < himself and all Ore185O'anIdIdihInkI'wa1gIT7'
MOR.K l who
ma.-A queer erim. eon.ease has endorse him in, SI_. elnde by thinking the Almighty Giver of all

just fled) developed b accused at of LowelL; A',Dr. :Tieh, (who'hu tbeLsnuaiofthe aa inconsistency States named; in to first sustain quoting the ,Murder tad 8111 1cle.' good,'that he has directed m.stepst this land konversuhun' ,, on the- 10th;'Jail, 'I8-, .
placing a I
mesmeric state, and then having Mrs-Thayerln illicit intercourse.the doctrine secession,'and snbaequenuygayjng that jBosroN; July; 2Lr-A maD'udlD,. in Cornish -to tbilnd'of freedom equaUt-to"the the eleck wu.a.a to.teJt; bnso 1.I.. ..,
IJ Eben two of these very States- MasuchusetU>and New Maine eut'hli' wife's land i halls sanctified by the ashes of!a'Wash '
Libbey '
was arrested u on accomplice of, then severed hit mutch, will, stop,:-and gir yu whi\
.Fitch1*,I bat&. ,adzM.refuaed'to,admit the'teIt.imozir : York' -'unequivocally ccudemned'theresolutionjof own with broad axe; neither, expected to:lire.oMd7 ington. c.. : i: '" >0 since the 41 ft July dH1.eak.. "J a-'Aj '
; Mr.Xbarer and;his wife against him,' 98wh1ch; are confidently' appealed to ustain It II IUp he intended to?murder. the ,whole. Mr. MoManusreswned'hts seat; and"was again .
r YW bedeent *
said doctrine.: : aid .btl
a t '
:because they d>4 aotWereto a God and so Lib.;. fi f1y.iRum wu thecP.use4, t'IH' '-.. ., greeted' with''the moat'!'enthusiastic'and ,) ,. serf t
1. lone '
7 :
: bey got discharged. 'TheLowenpapers aeoldatthe. :,' ;Bo Ucaute Massachusetts'and,New. York ituM- '.. *'.'. ", F -'., "" ,-. ... cOntIu i d'ch tn.V >*;' w w .'t ?, .t! f 'Aw* .nwJ. *
course.of the BW strate..: TZJL. 'I I fled>theaelTes;,by' "Onitlme': = '. VT.'}' tatt-le.. :. ,aa e4HttniMlaju.. ,. :, t1' ? r'i f -' .'1-l. .. : : ft:Ji t
_ _. 0 -." ",4JQ.IH .. } 1' i auotheidesz.thg.theigbt.: ; 8.eeonte wetting, "at: :By JIM steamer f nm.. ;'walearn thai'the: Sol- ;*TlM'Negro ,gayerar,.Wltfpe< Jifalajrmhilcan 'f'; i :what l .sorter! feller thll'llafleweu.r... '
PLTALATWW.itrflfrOmjox1J1ei! w .writer :tin ofurbeybs: .notice t.h&t..u the HttOMrian 'TIio .Jh > ,he torks;' tkttae'
Cm'm'P Bow-aayu'wil>*
'':" PleWan th>>:Dr. Wov Wright. .e1tIzeu efKnex, :w>oq ot j AactloDVinTolT r :himself and'all: refugee*,:700 to number win be furnished'wfth'<. 5 .fv6ct'U Neitr.Yor1nn r ';Tn ida lf' dxi Pthee; r-j bimbergfnfl iii tethers iw'i.RMag' ,

county.. ,was J... kDled by. 'OM. of biff slaves a few who endow him'b aa:tacpzaisteacy. Need .weconoBentontnch : and',givedafree'paasag ;!*the;UDi&tcl BUtet."'-, tfount of&aklrmllh bettreet1tJaelIqtle): Jad'brklal ana Do.1Oe; Iio dhI1nIneyewiseotskenIInaU 5
: ile .", .'ilf 11 cla11t i wfflbe sent to Malta!abd ;. < 4"U( \ t reaionlog as thisI'J* ifs' .t : ovcrto JWUdiathortUeri. : troops, Id which the latter are.represented'to BIU me bui'rii Jaf-l'Itri11.W: :
) I I :. l '. .-r'hWf es ;, .Jure routed their,9PPoawU.Xi ? "e :h4l' m.. rUn SrJUc 4
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clUiens To.n ofLffl It froma beJo dramsnie :Mm, nmtea to'c i .. ,'f' J
At a meeting of,the of the. seems article .copied art sflaithem i&nmeaK > .., .c f T.b",' 'i J.i.l".<.Ft ,
CdamUiV' held: ;thijrtjjtottse of then'Fhntdsco'pspersthattberebatnevemenlsfoo stely.to mg 4 myotloe f cbt1mD.,: J 'i.J ,. < _0. y.t" ..0- -" .
r itt '
frf: ; ; f ; ; J ; .
wttntjj .
*in Califtraiay for U. ditiaion : aJAX18}WiBRYA ,. .1#. .N- _-" J
: .tniaid'tpwtt on Thursday,,tit31a4. it ,; rq. ,Attorney.C. A. TitU. JhYJlIQ ) -
of that state with anew.of introJueing slatery "- ." r.d'f 'S. # '..atPItbf 1 ,.t .
.of July,' A.D:1851,' JAME3A!PNES, : into Southern portion of it. We fear that .;Aiugtid2,1851.. !, >,lit..f.; .. *-.tif Type and other mMeriab siitibli j .far.JobTPrmung: 'ON kJkt Ifth tJaelOtta sl'a'o packetO. JIr i I

q,.was."called. to the,.Chair;and" ,-Col.J7iGHiw ,I I it can' never be successful. The compromisers ; o.ce'j '.c h "?i1i J. ,,-. we are now prepared_ to execute. ;at. the shortest.no: of departure of the.steam 'e'J

requested to act as Secretary. i iA I who declare the late.ot pretended thls.'iaiaiense' iadjastment re cn,>(bIwhichth..Ii61e ts riTHAT- lahaH petition the !Thomas DoWas d tIC aU ktDda or.PaI + Ir fA/U Nl1 II4 J .

the request'of'the Chair, the 'objects.ofie given over to the free Boilersfair liberal and JL Judge of the Circuit ftrari/Eastera Circuit of : : Clfemlara, C.UT.P:MCNELTYFront 'i-, .
;ALW: :Imtth Florida for leave to sell Lot No. 19,and one half of Law BIaJi.bt.it.: ..BaM Bills'
8 were explained"by just" will probably hot consent to.the formation Lot No. 18, in the Town of Alligator, belonging to I Buss CaWaf Sh w Bins;. 8aTaonaartolVlatkiwin tUESDAlT J

of a slave state South of 36 30V 'Sorely:they the minor. Samuel 8-Efflott *; _' Tlalttnf.cards, .Bill .f .iA, arriving SATURDAY,conne iag.with th.*:' h ,
On'motion' MessrsTSmUh Bexlejr and Nibick will not not do their anti-eUtery sympathizersso CHARLES'F..FITCHETT 'Guard in. '1.aIIe1a' \ t "s;;&ce4...< '. Steam Ships .
to take back front them whatit %5;18.51; tot '. ;.. .
much wrong as July rr1 fo'soon:"ojtM.r Hi;Ii 6.iaii'bat FLORIDA AXB ALABADRA
Wire appointed by the Chair as a Commit- seems is so.Justly theirs! Mr. Webster,too, delivery JUDe.l'A'Nnr (t

e to prtpsre and TfP01i'aPrei and' Res. their .great leaders would be embarrassed at Blank Deter I 01'New XorL1 She.wiHeontii s>toZe T.OBv+

anything of the kind for he is inexorable in ; .Tuesdays.throughout.the. year,- I
for thyactfou of the"tneeting. tOR : 6
.itions *
SALE at theNBW8.0ppicB; Makk VoL17 ini> CHXAF POSTAGK.'GRAHAM'S :
his holtility to tbs Increase of theelave states Carrying the United States .
The Committee, afters, short absence,made J; Deeds to suit the conveyance of Lots Houses Mail .
.'- at the same time,that J. would like to obtain and Real Estate of every description July 19 P Freight Ecgageoents'or Passage
ie following the aid of Southern rotes to him into the '
.carry superior accommodations State .,Jief
t American ICIoBtbly MagraXiHe. : B,; *-'*
REPORT. Presidency In Circuit 'Court:- k .,. \ apply,to the Captain on board,or to. .
received the :Land i
Information having been at .For"o own part we hare ever regarded it, FERNANDEZ .
UTE &, ,
congratulate CO-
from'the Register's FLORIDA. -
Se in NewaanvW'e as olittJeteu ,than yital importance to the
Agents at lacbonriU.- ,
LWuhinfftoa, that the lands about Alligator are South that"she should have'a slate State lying IH,Chancery' .1 ceive their.books: by ,mail, upon thechange M. -to*-*,
land in ; .
tht .
nrecl br a private claim that no more can rates of postage upon periodicals ',
W ,.-U In that.vicinity, and those/who haft upon and immediately) )'northof the'MeXlCl.n \ MaUlda Ann Wilford,: ') 'After the first of July the postage on Graham's Agent at Sannnah '
cued lands thereabouts will have to surrender Republic-in other words, a slave State com, 1, vs. \ Bret roa DrroacKi l1\fagal will be bu' Satannah L June, 3, 1851. '..*,:.. '

hem to the said private claim and locate lands 'IIr posed of the Southern portion of the. now State Daniel WHford. jTT I 'This Steamer will leave JaokaonvfT'f I
heir stead elsewhere upon the public lands,- of California.1 This Is important not only.for appearing to the aatiaf'action'or the Court that i% CENtS'TJNDER 500 MILES Savannah FRIDAY .

t) IB view of the disastrous consequences of such an the, present interests of the Southbnt far more X the Defendant, Daniel Wilford resides beyondthe 5' CENTS UNDER,1500 MILES.We until every tarthunotice.MORNING" ,.at 7 V11clock

your Committee would propose that a meetv. so for her future safety. With Mexico bounded limits of the State of Florida, so that the ordinary r ."-P .
.tine citizens of Columbia county and all perWMj on the North andNorth East by slave process cannot,be served upon him: tttfy confidently look for a1 greatly'In* Jane 7. tf1 '- .:
,; ..
be ,at the Court House, In the creased circulation through- the mail at these 4 ,
interested called Statos future acquisitions from that On motion of,W.. M.ins Eaq Solicitor for Complainant. I .
town of Alligator, on the 15th day of August next, Republicwill .' -f. '-. rates and trust chat'01U';old friends the Post
Masonry R rickiia
rot the of mutual conAtion be alive t mtory.B l with the whole ItuOrcUrtd a.nearlnk Masters > 9i I, PIaste'iRa' *
110 o'clock a.m, purpose ) That be had on'thAelates -will-oblige; ns in :making the fact
and to devise the best means of,resisting of California, New Mexico and Utah given over charged in the ComplainanVs a Bill, at'the December amiable to in their respective poet-towns.' dec. "

e iniutieet. ..-'_ to free-soil, and filled up b.Y free-soil inhabitants I Term next of the.Circuit Court to be hold- With the next number of"Graham"we commence HE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of
Tour Committee farther recommend, mat tile further conquests from Mexico will be en at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia. a new volume this number the- -I. informing the public that he is ready to
roceedings of this meeting,be published in the made by made Free-Sbilers and Provided That of this order be being do Bricklaying ,
by appropriated copy published as eat of volume thirty-eight of the work. The Masonry, Plastering, Stucco, I
ti a teksonvUlo News and Florida Republican. to their use. And thus they,will consummate i the law directs for the space of three months: continued and still Work, &: &c. He will furnish planf.and. f
increasing of :
ong ,
unanimously adopted.On THO.DOUGLAS, Judge Ac. suppor
Which report was their cherished design of drawing around A the American publid to this Magazine drawIngs when desired by persons for whom
true I
Messrs. Herbert Freeze and El-, us n cordon of free States for the destructionof copy: he is to execbt
motion, Test,-S. SCAKBOEOUGB, Clerk. ns,to renewed efforts make favorite engaged tror ,without extra .
rgtr wet appointed a Committee to prepared slavery by effectually confining it., July%1851. 3d monthly in all respects worthy of its reputation charge. He is well known to the citiiens.of 1
4 We therefore rejoice at this movement on the of Jacksonrille as a competent mechanic,' and ,
notices of the General Meeting being
' circulate
part of the Californians. successful, which work he has performed already for citizens
ee posed to beheld on the 15th of August, perhaps it would be too much, to.hope, it will Notice.TO The Organ of American t. of the place, he refers to as an additional.dI,

On motion, the meeting adjourned. restore to the Southern people arortion of the THE CITIZENS OF JACKSONVILLE,AND The new volume will embrace the writingsof dence of his qualifications! I
t which the North with the aid and ABOUT THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. most of the authors of established
' JAMES S. JONES, Chainrav. territory ( I reputation IS Casts and 'Moulds fbr ornamental pW
comfort afforded by COBB and others) appropriated TEE SUBSCRIBER offers his who hare uniformly contributed to its tering also famished. JOHN .
r A.J.T.WKIAHT Secretary.i most unfairly unjustly illiberally, to'her- services to the public general pages, and while newnames will continue be I IN.B.ToPJantetaheouldI&7hehasmuch

sel. with his vessel the addedto., the already long list of favorites, a !
Fire. The reader will not fail to'observe"that this Schooner.together MARY to greatly, increased quantity of reading will be solicits experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries and
freight work in
carry that
line confident that he
t At 9 o'clock last evening a fire broke ont in scheme is charged to the Democratic party of or passengers to"anyplace or places along the St. given; In the July number we shall commence give the amplest satisfaction. Charm moder-can j

' wooden building on Broughton street, oc- California The Federalists there as on this John's and Nassau rivers. Also the' following places THE OCEAN BORN ate. .
e J. L
pied as a cabinet making establishment by side of the mountains,will doubtless be innocent if required' ,to wit: St.Mary's, St. Augustine, A TALE OF THE SOOTBKKA sui s. JacksonTille. May 31,1S51. *,
i r.J. Conn, which Was Soon dcstrojed logeth- of any participation therein. Savannah and Charleston, on as reasonable. terms A powerful sea story from, the pen of s.A. ) : I
be carried.
The article to which we hare referred is as can. ;
consisting of new and seed Godman Esq. of South Carolina.G. .
with its contents, JOHN THOMPSON. '
hind furniture,also materials tools &c. follows: Jacksonville, July,5,1851., tf P.R.James will continue, his contributions ;Adn Inastra' ion Notice. \
t The firemen were on the ground with their From the San Frandtco Picayune June 10. and will furnish during the next six NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN.. That six ""I

t1 [saal promptitude, bnt they were unable to SLATERT in CALIFORNIA.--We have for some Fldats.UNDERSIGNED months,novel of some length,'written expressly I from the date hereof. shall apj. a
S. mfine the fire to the building in which it ori4nated. time past been aware of the existence of an organization mnE as the Agent of Hon. for raham's Magazine. ply to the Honorable Judge of Probt of Doral > '
It extended to the wooden boil- the leaders of the demOcratic County; for Letters of Administration on..
p | soon ,got np by JL D. I*YctEFi offers for sale A Series, of Splendid>Illustration the '
ling occupied by Mr. Jesse, which was also party In'this city and elsewhere the ob- Estate of John Beardenlate of said eonntr*
Fire Thousand Five Httxdrcd and Fifty Acres in the
of are now hands of our artists,:which will deceasedii BUJAH .
jestroyed. It next communicated with these juct or which is to divide the. State with the LAND PETTY.
, at the corner of Brooghton and Whitaker view to the introduction of' slavery in the surpass any thing, to bu found elsewhere in May 31. ,1831.. 6w I
in fractions of 40, SO, or 160 acres; to be located on Monihly.Magazines. No,expense will be spared .
Mr. James Kennedy a' southern of the
.tts occupied by as commenweilth.
I. ; portion present any of the public lands in the State of Florida,subject to meet the largest expectations 9rthe.public 'AdiBlstran 1IbUce. ." .,
ivrlling and by Mr. Derby as a tailoring es- Until within the last ten fifteen -
or days we to entry at the Land Office. in. this depArtment of'Graham.' ,
of which consumed. looked TVrpTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That .Six 'il
blisimeatall was upon the movement as the offspring of a JOSEPH FINEGAN. ;,
w From Mr. Kennedy's house the flames spread diseased imagination on the part of a few restless Jacksonville,'Jnne 8,181: tr' OUR PARIS,FASHIONS J.1 Weeks from,the date hereof, I shall at -; li I

i Mr. Brown's grocery store at tha corner of ambitious, ultra, Southern iisunionists, we shall continue to"furnish,. in addition to ply.to. .the Hon. Judge of 'Probate 'of Dan ., ,

. hiu1cer.t.and Broughton &t lane, which hat would result in nothing beta ridiculous Notice is Hereby Given, other highly finished engravings from the county ror'Letters of Administration oh the estate ,.*

as destroyed. The house on the South. farce Dd draw upon itsprbjectors the contemptof rnHAT application will, be made to the Judge of hands of,the very best artists. of Charles S. ,Smith; ute of said, comity* ,

jist corner of Whitl.kerAnd Broughton streets the public.' 'When the scheme was first con X.the Eastern Circuit orFlorida by the petition All Post.Masters and Editors are authorized deceased, CHARLES' SUMMERS... ,-

ru next discovered in flames this building cocted, the character of the men who headed it of John Thompson and Harriet his wife on the to act j as agents-to whom specimen copies May424i851.: 6ir. ::,-j

u occupied by A. ''Mirault, colored,as a con. warranted the belief that could nenrdLititph 28th bers at day ot.o/Jnlvnext.Augustine, ,for at anUnnUr 10 a.UL,at to sell h'aCham-all the will be, furnished, if desired.THERMS.

stionary and baking establishment and was the peace nor endanger tne welfare of the State. right, title and interest of their infant'' children in :! Athlufstraflrfe Notic'NOTICE ,

irtially d estroy edr I Jot since it has been espoused by many of the and to a certain Lot of Land; situated in said annum. 18 HEREBY GIVEN That six""
' flumes were then subdued 'when it the and" in the of Duval' $3 per 2 copies for$5;'6 copies for :, .
The fully I most enlightened resposible men county ,deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to front date I :i.alla.pplr to1 '
ras discovered that the building at the corner (letnocratic party-men who ass' the'acknowledged Charles WIDer, in trust &c.GEORGE $10: 11 copi slor'$20. For 910 wewm rend Hon.Judge Probate the' .
'1r1aita1cer street fetid Congress street Lane exponents of the principles and policy of FAIRBANKS? the Magazine.years to one person.. final of Dural county,. for* -
discharge from
Ad caught from sparks falling on the roof.- that party_it has assumed a more serious aspect June. 28,18514t, -Atfy.. for'Petitioners. Addrese; '. GEO..R. GRAHAM, Estate of Aelmfnimation on of,thd' .

his building was distant some 60 or 70 yards aid invites the scrutiny and earnest attention Administrator's Notice.,. No. 134.Chestnut at,Philadelphia. county Dun SolomonHuffinghamj deceased.. late. of. ,said- '" J

considiWy who has interest in the May24f,1851., __J ,, ..,, i f
m where the fire broke out,and was of every man an 'IS HEREBY GIVEN,' That four : Fr 'Ii :i ,".1 r11r3L,B $OS.ad.l 1. -
injured before the lames could be got honor'and presperitr of the State NOTICE May ,183 ., '
from date.I haD .apply to the Hon. PROSPECTUS OF THEv .., ; ] ..6m'NOTICE -i l
[nder. # The plan -was conceivedJn; first place by a Charles F. Fitchett Judge of Probate of Alachua
It fortunate that the. wind during the few restless spirits who caiiuot exist except in SOIL OP THE, ,SOUTH. .- 1' '
, was county, for an Order to sell the real estate belong- :F xecdi t..Nodce.J. 7:
wa light and from the South, to which circtaaee strife,convulsion and revolution-men to whom ing to the estate'of Thomas Clary, deceased to pay IS HEREBY GIVEN '
M well as to the indefatigable ex- excitement and notoriety is the breath of life. the debts of said estate and to make distribution THE UNDERSIGNED a Committee of Pub ; Thai* sis'
ions of the fire companies may be attribn- They have since been joined by the emissariesof among the heirs of said deceased. (non, the part of Mnscogee and from date,I shall apply-' to the :

4 the limited extent of the conflagration. disuniouists in South Carolina Alabama and GEORGE KIDDLE,.Adm'r. Russell Agricultural Society, respectfully invite Hon.Judge of:Probate of Dural county, fors
could ascertain here to discord June 28.1851. 4t public attention to the following Prospectus final discharge from Administration of th.- "
The losses so far as we are Texas; who have been sent create '
i Estate.of John Yeomans late of said of .
ofa'Monthly published in county
Wtows division and foothold for slavery.77ftrrontre I '
t.s : NEW CLOTHING,STORE. this city, under the auspices of the'abon Duval- ,deceased.: -. ."

I Mr:.eon, $2,000 No insurance.u T MODE.Agent, has opened new CLOTHING named lAssociaiionv ,\.,- _t .. WM. B.:ROSS, Ex.'r. ;
Mr Jesse 500 u between Generals Foote and Qnitman. J.AND DRY GOODS STORE on Bar,street The work will be devoted to the'interests of May 10,1851>. t Cm h-- ; I'

tl 1IrK"nnedYJ 2,500 zl We pcrciere from the Memphis, Eagle ot the one door East of Mr.J. Finnegan's, and-respectfully Agriculture and.H rticultur ,?Domestio and .- _.;
. Mr. Derby, 330 llrt inst that a personal difficulty occurred between invites the.citizens of Jacksonville the Rural Economy. Under these several heads Dissolution and' .Formation *
l Mr.Brown 1,200 Insured for $700. the candidates for Governor in Mississippi surrounding country to come and see for them will be included! all that:concenas:the cnlturf : ; of- i

III' lif\,1t 400 No insurance. Generals Foote'and Quitman on the 18th instant, selves. You will positively buy your goods in this of Crops,the inprovement of the Soil'the man Copartnership ,
I, it their discussion at in Panda than did Jackson
Mr.Rohi.er, 300 during Sledgefield, new store cheaper ever you in '
the the
of Garden the
county: ; It appears from the'B4i/e'1 account that IOn me before. .J. MODE. agement Farm ; Orchard, TH | CopartnreshlpheretororeexistiDib
A number of other citizens are sufferers in both gentlemen had agreed to reteain from all per June H, 1851. . e flestrtrtion of furniture,!D jury to buildings sonalities in their discussions. General Foote how ; tin their connexion with the interests HARRIS, is this"day mutual.con ',
,t :&, amongst whom we mentions Mr. Dibble's- ever'deemed it no infraction of this agreement to A GREAT 'NATIONAL WORK! the Soil, the other. industrial Pursuit of the sent .. ,
sitS200.The allude to Gen Qnitman's connection the lato land, will receive their appropriate attention. -'j. u. CUBETON,' rtros7Jt11tRJs. _''

buildings destroyed belonged to the fol-, Cuban expedition, and had done so at several ap- WASHINGTON! 'The,'"Soil of the South" twill be:under-the :JacksontineJDec.20thi850.J, ',.: .

wing individuals: The house occupied by wmtments previous to the one at Slcdgcrille,with- FROM. STUABT'S MOST. CELEBRATED editorial.supervision: of,:.Charles A. Peabody, ,- \
'.Jesse, the estate ofCapt.Abrahams. Inrd. out provoking .aiijr-interruption. rAt Sledgeville ,- ; Esqr and CoL James M. Chambers. Mr. Pea- The
to : however when'Genl Foote'epoke of.the Cuban affair ,PAINTING. business heretofore condcuted by the '1 )
All the other buildings destroyd ontttte him body has been for two years connected with the aboved'named firm will Be'heD
Gen.Quitman stopped and said that it was 'I THIS large and magnificent FULL LEKGTH POEJL Corward conducted -
Mock, to Mr. Geo. Wal burg, fully "unge ulenunily and diikotutt" thus to :violate TRAIT or WASHINGTON;; 'from the burin Agricultural Press, and is equally distinguished by and under the firm'ofCURETON

red. The house occupied b'y A. Miraults their agreement; .Thereupon Gen.Foote called him of an American artist; is'considered* by:an who as fa..Practical and Scientific ;Farmer.and &. TITtJS. 1' :

&S owned bl )Ir: Foley and insured. The, 'a liar.", .Blows were instantly interchanged;' but have seen it, to be one of the most beautiful specimens Gardener. ,CaL .Chambers is.one,of;the most JacksonTilie,January,41851._
loose in the occupancy of.Mr."Bobider belong- their mutual friends interposed and senerated the of art ever published, and a correct likeness intelligent and successful Planters in the South. ,

to the estate of Miss Fraser, no insurance.k .- combatants Aeeord.to',' the .Eagu -General of Washington. The size of the plate is 18 by,23" They, ill.be.. .assisted bran able corps of Contributors -' : '\ .' .. I
Quitman has signified nis determination not to inches which will make a handsome picture for the' among the practical, Farmers and 4 r ;, t ,< ./ _
Georgia peak with General Foote' "at anymore. of their parlor, and should be in the hands of, every' .:American : Planters; &he;&: A;!SUGAR''lIJL, with all '1 A Irons neces-'.
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Joint appointment citizen Each 'will contain wiry for the appUcat'&nJof.horse ._
tale it .ukrU. from Stuart's celebrated ori.Jt number sixteen pages of !power, i
It is correct : The
a copy rollers
are of iron 18 inches
I We of this from the the State House quarto size,printed with new:type:on superior In diameter
gave an extract case THE BEST RAILROAD I:, AMERICA.-This the Painting, now at Hartford,. 36 inches'in. length. Also two BOILERS'
'chm weeks since, which white paper, and Coun.
Enquirer some North Carolina claim that they have in that
papers measuring 150;and 200
r rerders will deabtless remember We now State. The Fayetteville North Carolinian makes It is finely engraved and printed on ,superior the rate of One;Dollar.:per s'wami'which must gallons respectively." *" I

that a suit h about be commenced here the following assertion, and other papers endorse plate paper., That it may be within ,the means of I be paid in advance.JS Delivery For at Jackaon 11e.9t Pa1 .
ill, /publisher. has,reduced.the price to ONE additional parttcu1ar apply, to S. W.
the Court of Pensylrania by the It: "
Supreme r Masters '
DOLLAR. V"-* Post ::are &Odu, BAKER,-Attorney at. lawiVJacksonTille, EastFTorid I
Utorney General of Maryland, under the di- 'Within the' last month we have'tra gilled over IpAll persons remitting the amount, may; i iI Agents, and them 7'retain' in-their'hands *.. I

eetiOI1' or the authorities of that 8tat' to' test the whole line :of,raQroad from;Maine to South y upon receiving a:perfect copy, by return of man; I. twenty-fire'per'..cent of all subscriptions'' colleted ,May 15. .IS: tt-
e constitutionalicy of)thV'TeYdiclt' and sen- Carolina and glory in being able to say that not to any part of the United States (carefully put up. by them, 'or if they prefer ii<>copy of a- m ''. *-"*i i r.. /'_

nee in the case of Alb rti, who' was a few one of, them,,can compare,with the North Carolina on rollers made for the purpose)free of)., the Work will be sent to any one twelve months
[eeks since, sentenced to the penitentiary fore Railroad from. Weldon to' Wilmington:: It Is Jbe-. .Address all orders, (postpaid) to the Publisher, gatuitously who wiD:remit four doubt the finest road America for and _
easy JOHN a.'TA.YLOR ,
ST r.8iWMiLL-F .
period of twelve year's, en a charge of kid- four dollars. -, : ll !'SALE:
: speedy. traveling. Upon:'most of,the,other roadshat Bookseller and PubEaher;143 N&- N.'Y. :
ippiog a black woman and child and conveyIng we were on there was a rocking and I -; 'All : jjp
Julys; ,
them to Maryland,where he placed,, them jolting; on Wflmington road. you glide along as post paid to William H.'Cnabbersj.Publisher THE. : bletetiDsJaijTJ.4JCB4W..mLL rea-.f,

possession of the man"'sliming to'own them : easily assn:a,river steamer. Y '" i, -- 'ICEr ICE!lc -? v,. of"The Soil of the South Columbus th.YANLEONARD. AND 4CB1NE1J.Y;atCbrey'i FeTODuTalcounty _.' J
slaves, / : : I ruE SUBSCRIBER possesses a Receipt to enaX : Fl >

the conviction of Albert wu followed np by A.;:TCJCBLE*-.A.Datcbmaa thus describes an ao- ble any person to.make..lee, in any climate -,-* ILrA WARB.'oI- power :10 :inch oridar'TheEhgineIa,20' horse>
demand from the. Governor of Pennsylvania ,cidentv"Vounce"a' Ion,Tile;,ago I rent into with but little, expense or}trouble. The process is .?. ...HURT cylender,3 feet siroke.'and 2boUerti2ifeet -
fa the'Governor Maryland for the,delivery mine abble orchard to"climb, a bear tree to get BuapJe;;and can hi. acconrpiished by the most Umtedundentandinj : (Jommittee-\ PubU. ti, ; ". longS6; Kd1ameteiVsJlinvcomplete )
f the reputed owner of the slaves also on the ,I some beaches to snake mine view a.blm budding 1 ,' so a to''Tiroduc,from.even T order, anel-te4dy for immediate'nse i
ef ,refused suit: and vent gits pn'the benDed beach I,Tall. warm water,in the hottest dimat*, pare See,equal Columbus Ga?'April 20, 18511 .< .. .. It has also a corn mill attached.- The ojrfji.
which the latter
arge kidnapping from the lowennoA limb'D one leg on both sides in eyery essential tothatformedb7.natural causes. > Bxec tort.'lIotice.ri. and KaW*win 5e sold separate,Jf iw '
i comply with., It becomes the duty of Mary.d of the fenced;and,Ijki to stpte mine outrides in j' -- The IU11I7.of always having atoms wOV In the to' For terms:apply to ';at PaUtka, orto'm : -
months after date IJr the "
to test the twillyap ,
constitntiomaUtir of the.Ttrdict heat of rammer, pure IoDddelieioulce wulreadly > SIX agentJas.BCol-- '- "" ,
the nttennoet; and should ,the, Attorney .A'MoDtt;,'flcsBAiro. .Mrs.finlith bal eompany: be ooneeded.sml:itssdvmtegM.:casei of Judge of Probate ofpu !iaount( tVvFlorida3 : .1..r"* "; ':

atralbe unsucceaefnl inrthe bapremfttonrtt to dinner,and'there,art not ItiraWberrktIenotqh. siQknesseannoi ,be toogreaUy;prizedBy Ibis' to be discharged frointhe Executbrship'r6f the 'Palatlat. Fla.)1ay le' i85t.A...$-"tOL",.. ": .
\ the State he is instructed.tarry it,'On ar> she looks at Mr.Smith-with a'.,smile and e4 delightu.meproeeawarmwatoeaaberendered last Will and Testament Martha'Tison.;dead >", c : _-t; !
to the ,Supreme Court of the United fan to,help"him, (at.the same,;time.kicking,him fully cold in about 6,minutes, and lee creams with ,'. *PENELOPE TISON Exetutriz. z. ', : r.aa.ieeletite'altA "-."SloTida'for
tates.1: Uertlvu&uM gently with AU. slipper under the,table,) h always', Mary other luxuries can be.made in from.lO to 20ninutes.r "'15tk'J85t.,i- 6mS1& I ><,.'N.tIc# .
: es"; ak\: ea;dour hey. don't, agrab -, T UJ1jA': lw.u' ,. 1ha1i !

C mItt se.t.of 1--04-., -t " lathe
.WX. '
-JeW. : : taken from the New York San: 'co;;! monthJafte1a, date shall present ny ac- 'D u t'l'fob"foe' .
; aD'7
, _.. .
We'hail with 1 1l {
pleasure nysithc Augusta I & James i R. '
; A Rtal'Ltuntry' ; Wilmingtonprodnees and vouchers, Administrator of a final settlement/tad aakJa'discharge

itiUUonallst,.the ppearabOe of/this. able l _. ..rfxc> '.. jmnal.PORT''OFifACKSONmZE" .... -., .J. .:. ,., .,.1 ,by an artificial procws,pue"aDd sotidice,' the Estate.of tleorgeSr Payne/to the Ron from the further Alai trdraiicn of the,
UmIioD of State.rights upon, the field of dis- I from warm watery In the heat of summer.ialleas' Judge x>f Probates of IIUWmo1agliCo tty d Estate of Archibald 'late of said county
a. } 'AUO..j.t'i 2:'-!' than half an hour. And he can render abarrel of I ahalLat thesams timer apply to avid deceased"'of,-wUchall .
for ,
He "It -._ _-- ->*_ ( fold as lee itself In a?;rery Jew minuter' pz"raonsinterestedare
was to havVaddressed. the t>f.Co- ; ; t .r j-j* 1,1'I I water at the.'AdmbuktraWon. i
a dischargejfr : the desired to takbbotice.t?
of :
g. This discovery must be.of immense value to aO.JirTIXKS -' y ,
en Monday last His' stalwart arm Will The U-S,,Mail Steamer;$t.Matthews arrivesat il big gouthp Y4 :'u:- r said Ertate.T Ail tSI vsier&ted.era duvedto \\z. HOGAN;:d .
txecutioti in.the great bJUe now going on td'tUt.r'l1' f'r. L' '. jnOBOr8iAd ( e
=This recsptwblch'conlaini'"fall 'r. .
fc or u. rights an soTerdgaty/of' :'States, anellu.TaI JacksonvilleerwySuBda/eY 4 Savannah, -for making ICe;and ice ereanuj cooling mgtroctions '\. joHN'iJARLmo: Alligator Fix,May 17,11851HAV1K6 .: ::': 6i 11t
consolidatlon- :1' .
paperiHe by tite Joint forces of ; .
and numerous.other useful matters, wUle ; lJ4liciicistratn.. \ ,
r-- ,
water, .1 "
Mall arrives .
U. a' Btaamet Magnolia ere- tt"- ,
!tbol i6miita rffii ardent : : .\ .,
r hlDperaW. 'front-Savaanah and leaves forwarded' t ordttf for Two'Don Timpa F1 H Sept th, ISSOOI.B _ooti ff Z? .J :"1) ,1 r:1J.obc ea : ,
ryiW dneaday '' ,
i & na bis long -derotion ) 'r -: 'Di4"A8B. QTOlf I
.rfda U principles. ?wQl find full toy,da. : er 7Fr 1aJ+ itft'fat,.tif 'tJ j Ktl ., vas'I,1 123 mNMut1f.r ':lON; ilRAJISjsi. COPPERp.re "ii 31i. isobhl3iio e'j"T Te. .
.. ;
eke appeabjc/this great aDd'1Ilu'. Steatdct!Wc1Ab IQU.b iThumlay; fromSavannah !.ne g troaC'tifsppoia cJ in each"eoun- < *.i '* -- t .J.- finelnestsstt placesll_ !per:u 'II.1ii4ek
to thehearttandmindsorthbeiadaeed. ,and leaves on AMa syvMr. i iy.and those desiring QJ'I must ftnward$50; t sVr, vyYm.llJbJ- s*. to me In Wiymaancr.,are-'reooe Wto
't lU ,i' ._ 8te&aer..SaraJL1'S J leaves ,for,Iake3lanroeoali I for;whieb ftey.wfflreoalviB IT eopioaof tie pamph> n having old PrbB,Brass'or Cor|> ? s fa'bythe 15lh of February j- otherwiMlfleif -

ISJed Comet to ritlthe :' tty OnTbursdayI let ..1 .1 g fall IaatmaUatr.fl' a L..ie ewe Ut'l J 1 "Weh theyrwiA to'di p6s
.f:,CWip"1, has I .' L '\ -. 1laM.oft :J.'thidt1dtit :!J1 JT1 w.W&lij reft jjalt fox all thty can bring,at the'FdwiDET I *hands of an.Attoiierforioit. :/, ._ i 'fn iX'

nh.'fr> i'v *..lf.J.IWII1 "Tdf h f i.'tn/llmt. Jackaonville, Fta., and receive:libkslprtcdil A Cor i.Eeq;is my aathorUed Ag it a"_to cte0 ,
... 'I' ',!, -t '* '" .{ross. Ruerde TC03TAz: .'sapertmen i, a t.- fbr.the haute..ui ,' all debts and to tralMlcI'U-r 1Ji11D

A!G.UT.. 'eee'a to iii etsaliaepreivete>ota,' ... ; .l1 t 11i' 1tjh-l f 'r V', -' .1 !! ,n rff hJ.i1.. .W..., p
bbJ a14-', ben be pwaalowed. a,dose of saiU..' .Jttt' i'..ls'rf.jijwDH_ .. .. ./ .itbri,',..'._:h ; ;. Mayg J ," 1st-A tis""J''..'.M'k' __/f C Ma,1', :n 4+: '





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.fIt.;... j!f .:' ': .; ,- .' A ORBATm:i -. WA'I'lON.ALW.ORK 1 1I t 'glUl..ISLAMDC, TTON... GINS.' I foB U S' N, "ifs's'1f.'.....;:...- ..., --'n1 AtR;>. 1"f ""NtE.' _,; ui!< VOiI. ,-._ ,. "' 'OJ-!.

i-ItEEw: I!. : ',! t.:'"' --- "l- ,< Lt"L.----...,- !YT' :: ., ... New.Goods nrl t 'p ,
I >'drm1; irh'i !!
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I ; :A. H JuG xoiif: i f{ ( sUBSCBmu takes this opportunityto 't':1 1 .- '; '_'f'L1 .k "
, Jtckton.in ; HB : I _": IIIE SUBSCRIBER would
I ISpoblUbed every SATURDAY at T OtL0n Staple .. \ .J4! '" .,' .",,', .' ..', .. *
j the ? & ;
: MOST t1ELEDRA1BDpAINTING : inform planters i to '
PROM STUART'S \ rm'&h"dtu
., the Cunt3ofDivaIraEStat. .ohFlorid, } > ... -. he'iUlI the njanufacturehTlatestimprovedBOLLERB ::4 TTVLWJr" 4 i i' ,
j ; 41 continues hehsi ,
: : I d11ICOflfltry3th&t;
c BY QHA LE$-JBY. .N _O .iflHIS large and msgnlftoentPtlLL LoOt'B poi" : \ RSEGINS: :<.,."9, :. JAcxsoNYiLLEFr.n.,: ,- ; amECrROM17EW4 llti',

I ( ))1, ".TEAIT,'or WABfflKQTON, from the. burin double and single, at ,his ,nsua1tesandready is } AJ'.ri.t' l' : ..;:-t
'oJ of an American:artist, Is'eonndered by: an who to fill aU orders at th shortest}notice !. .. If: .: 1 ;" :i t o nu Tenerlffe;) ... ch' rct 1. \

\ :-.,. ,, ;1. YEL1xLrnNosToN,1tarJr- mens have seen of art it,over to be published one cUlts, and most a correct beauUful likeness fpod- !,followIngAigeijts.orto i For therCpfltatI0ftheO1fl3PP'7!; ; f h6se::"ifhorh. !!: : ,ve toi them the. 1 i i M.rWMfSmithALLIGATOR ,' II. :o y Goods? ,,...': p t -

. ;', ,TERMS Washington. The riio of the plataIal8 by 28 s
,: '" : r
. "; I inches, which.will make a handsome picture for the DUSIL, ; f ( $ I -:4TT.OB1EY L.4W; ? : 'VVafey'Grockery, & ;; ;
:: THRXK oU.LIt_ :rxR:xsscx, :w '-4'- the hands of .Ameri. rAGENTS. r'Villalonga CoVNTY ii j ;
: parlor, and should bo in every; dWlJBU I h1ch he offers for sale at the l'

\' "I I I KyAdTertlsemenU:: will be Inserted on the follow* can f It citiscn.is a correct. .- / j from Stuart's p A celebrated* jtrV'i*'original '&Acosta, CenterTlllageGa. :M.-Whit8mUh/Office; ; at I .FOB(10ASHf.OB'' C011NTRY'PR;
'_ ; Jag terms: .State House 'Hartford, Capt.:B. BytbowoodDcanfortS.C. ;M.O'Brien;Office at '
at the ,
;__ T Painting, now. C. the store formerly occupied ))11Ii\
S. !
-1 On.dollar per suture oftwelve.linn and under Conn.: fIt Scott& DeYeaux, Charleston. May 31, 1851.- ,*f Bay,street.ParticnUr;

i forthe firatlnaeui; and.75 cent for:fcaeVattbsequentlnsemon : U finely' engraved, and printed on superior Tison & Harris, Ocala E. Florida .. to,Ms..large,and elcgtut a" ,
:. & dvertlseri liberal' dis plate paper. That it may be within the means of Fernandez, Bisbee&'Co- Jacksonville, E. F ." :
I : :Toye riy 4J a 3rk :. all, the publisher has"reduced the price,to ONE B R.DukesrPalatka; F. ,McQueen Molntosli, .. ,fcadlc*' BoHHeti,y!" "
,r'i. U coaDJrblbimade '_ DOLLARi S.Hoyt & Co..Savannah, Ga.: ; TA: T '' the latest and most approved stj 1e
:: advertisements ma.stbe paid for before inertion 1[t7All persona remitting amount, may rely 4TTQRNE
, 0:7 S.L.lHblack & Co., Alligator Also to his beautiful stock of-A
return of mall, 'iLiten'd' : : ,
regular customer. By referring upon receiving aperfoct copy by T71LL the .
,unles*by a Harris Elitabetht6wrrLowndesCounty
1Jv. to any put of the UnitodStato5caZefUlIy put upon Lartinger ; vy Eastern Circuit the GENTLEMEN HATS;READT.y
to our terms,the requisite sum may be ascertainedand rollers made for the purpose,) free postage. Ga. 1 ; ; CLOTHINGJ300TS
the 8Ho
District Court at St:: Augustine;, ,
transmitted with the adrertiseihenUQ3 i Address all orders,-(postpaid) to the Publisher, ALSO
: marked with the number ,JOHN,TAYLOR, Court at Tallahassee; 'and prosecute. Call,and 'examine, before pnrcjj' '
:_ ; Advertisements not Bookseller" and Publishcrlt3Naasau-et., N.Y. Extra Boxes and Brushes' can be had of the citixeris many partof: Florida against re ''D.Jacksonville ., CUEJ.t

::.. : of insertion*required will.be continued until forbid July 5.', subscriber, at moderate rates., Persons, >wanting ernment at Washington, either before May,3,1851.., tJr

.5 and ---3I.ior. Gins, or Gins repaired, please direct to orat the'Departments./: < .. l .

\ ((0Five.:dollars will,. be charged, for all announceme A NEW VOLUME AND CHEAP_ POSTAGE. Agents,or to S. L BURNS, 'jjr ADDMSS, Jacksonville' East. Plantation""and EflI.sIia"-:

Us of candidates.for:office. St. Mary's. Georgia. ,
\ ,GRAHAM'S1Aznerzcan.Monthly May 11 1850, Sale
; 6m '
One square,for Six Months, .: i :tlO 00 May3t,1851. :
__" 'M6 J'WILL DISPOSE OF 'atpnl'.LsaIe. fi-
.t Notice to Debtors and Creditor, t t 700Application Magazine.TTrE ICE ICE! my-PL4NT4TIbNon-
\ for Letters o Administration 5 00 to ena- .John's river the
SUBSCRIBER possesses a Receipt at mouth of JiS
, r- 1" !05!:: All religious notices will be inserted grataQ3" !: W' .. congratulate calve their books our subscribers by ,mail who, the re rUE any person to make Ice,..in,any climate, .AT: LA, ,'sixte.n miles above JacksonviBt/.

I U1 change in the rates postage upon,periodicals.upon 'with ,but and little expense be accomplished or trouble.by, The the most process lim is (Office in the' Court House, up ) is known to be the most'.b a,%

. j p All admissable personal communications will, After the first of July the postage. on Graham's simple understanding, can ," so as to produce. from even WILL practice in the several river: and is remarkable' ; .its nltfe

. II I charged as adyenlHmenu.I Magazine will be but warm water,in the hottest climate.a pure ice,equalin Eastern'Circuit of a case of fever having occurred tlfit,

4. 03"All bills for Job'Printing,must be paid on the "' every essential to that formed by natural causes. tend to,the collection of claims :myyears. The dwelling is spade. ,*tt
t :2% The luxury of always having at ono's will, in the States for Military Services,and for and- calculated fort-he tc&*
lelirery the work. 5 CENTS UNDER '1500 MILES and delicious ice, will. readily ota family: The'land
heat of summer, a pure or other.property lost ordestroyed by large (abrat> \
03 All communications must be addressed to be conceded and its advantages, in cases of is of good quality and
:,- I ,;i We very.confidently: look for a greatly increased ; By this said service. ) weU"JW
he Editor sickness, cannot be too greatly prued. cultivation of cotton and
; pottage paiLGREEN'S circulation through the mail at these water bo rendered delight- Also,claims for Pensions of disabled con&Dd
;0,' I ,; rates,and trust that our old'friends, the Post fully same cold urocess in about warm 5 minutes, and ice creams, with or the Widows and Orphans of deceased rt111cres suited for sugarcane. Then Sa

: Masters, will oblige us in making the fact other luxuries, can bo made in from 10 to 20 Also, claims for :Bounty Land'to site for a steam ,sa1i'.mm r
: available In their respective'post-towns. minutes. soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of the creek, and it possesses thel

2' f. TYPE 'F PUN DE R I, With the next number of"Graham"we commence The following notice of this great discovery is officers and soldiers. .. of being in the centre of aftct.a

? a new volume, this number being the taken from the New York Sun: Also, will give his attention to c finely wooded with yellow-

,, : No. 128 FULTON STREET, BULl BUILDING' ast of volume thirty-eight of the work. The leA Real LuzuDr. James R. Wilmington to examining Tites and Records,and is a flourishing orange grove ..

NEW YORE, 01g'! conth ued,'and still increasing support of produces,by an artificial- process,pure and solid ice, ing claims to Lands. which formerly'produced aii!
; No, 17 CANAL STREET Row, NEW ORLEANS. the American public to this Magazine, encourages from warm water, in the heat of summer, in'leu All business entrusted to him will a thousand dollars a year, and will i

: ; I PUBLISHERS us to renewed efforts to make this favorite than half an hour. And,in he can render few'minutes.a barrel of prompt attention; and all so again,judging fromthe present
cold ico itself a very
TO NEWSPAPER AND in all of its water as as will be executed him with healthy appearance of the trett.j
monthly' respects worthy reputation This discovery must bo immense value to all living ting by. '
PRINTERS. of being South." despatch. Office at Mandarin is within Urfi

confidence invite the trade before Jacskson,i11eJ4n.2 181.; the steamers pass and rcpass the
WITH The Organ American Talent. TEEMS. This receipt, which contains full instructions ,
r.. { : purchase elsewhere, to give me a for making ice and ice creams, cooling regular :trips to and from Sa,
The volume will embrace the
J'I| I I : call at No. 128 Fulton-street, New York, or at new writingsof water, and numerous other useful matters, will'be \>Se wishing to purchase Ihis.propcrtv!
' r' ; i, NO.17Can&1.st.Ro\: Orleans,where I am most of the authors of established reputation forwarded to order for Two Dollars, by addressing J. McRobert Baker, or address by letter, tht subczi

; ready to famish them with all kinds of who.have' uniformly; contributedto, itspages.'and Dr. JAS. R. WILMINGTON ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR : E. h:
: while will continue be .. Florida.CHARLES.
new names 122 Nassau st, New York. .
,: .BY
, BOOK AND NEWSPAPER. TYPE added' to the already long list favorites, a bo each county JACKSONVILLE E. FJA., .
Ono only will appointed in JacksonTillc,1Ia,10.1sil. U
:''''. I I i ; of the newest and most beautiful style. I am greatly increased quantity of reading will be and those desiring the agency must forward$50, WILL practice' the Courts of -- ': f

.t.; 'S also prepared to supply the much admired given. In the July number we shall commence for which they will receive 37 copies of. the pamphlet Circuit, in Hamilton county of the

r- Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scotland THE OCEAN' BORN, containing full instructions. cuit.in Benton and HUlsboro AND. BOU1'VL1O ;

'' : a series of these beautiful faces, together A TALE OF THE SOttTHEBN SEAS. June 28._1m_ Southern circuit,in the Supreme BTAINED fm the officer ami-i.rihm <

with every variety of form and pattern of of hassee and in the United States Revolutionary or their legal i'
A powerful sea story, from the pen S. A. war. :;
; ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, Godman, Esq., of South Carolina. AGENCYOF Florida; and will prosecute claims ,"f'IJ. : !
Pensions for life,Air willows of torh o&t.oMier.
t- Bordering,&0. I feel ass1 redthattbe elegance G. P. t.James will continue his contribu- United.States before Congress and the '
: and accuracy of all the'Type manufactured by tions, and will furnish during the next six Dr. S. S. 1'1 Tell' 8 ments at Washington! whomarriral prerfous to 1800.t

r me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in the months,a novel of some length,written express CELEBRATED MEDICINES.Used Being located at Jacksonville/or / :

t Union. By an entirely new method in the ly for Graham's Magazine. him nith dtftinguuheJ success in the give his entire and unremitting 1E 1IJE:1fY: Ln
r: nixing &u&;casting lam enabled to retain thevirtuesof by profession! and: all business
: A Series of Splendid Illustrations 'cure of the surviving, or the widows, or"
: the the metal care shall meet with prompt attention.
k component parts of and
," are now in the hands of our artists, which will Coughs Consumption Catarrh, J. McBOBEET' children deceased officers and prlftiH.
thus to produce, in addition to an elegant, the ...
be tound'elaewher in -
S most snrpass any thing 'to' Asthma, Heart .Dipc-os:: Dysppn-! August 24 1850. wio served_in the: ,
No will be
SOLWJlND ,DUB.4BLETYPE, II IIi Monihly to meet Magazines.the largest expectations expense of the public spared sia:, Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female -.- of 2812, wiihGreatBriuia.fi f

i heretofore offered, to,the public. To this last in this department of'Graham., Complaints, &c., &c. 'J, McEobert! Baker Mexican War ; or in any drthtfij:
feature I would in call attention for
solidity and durabilty of Type is on,the principle ; OUR PARIS.FASHIONS ALSO ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tfian '\'ar,.since'1790. f.

of economy, of the greatest importance to we shall continue to furnish, in addition; to Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder NOTARY PUBLIC. Terms 'nlOd.iatc.wl.ere' the".claim.u. cs

, all typographers. The;members of the craft other highly finished engravings, .from the Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and L c- no cbarg T" :,:
, hands of the best artists. COMMISSIONER appointed by the/ollo7 Subscriber is also appointed Agent in theEs)
will also find me ready to supply all kinds fPRIN7'lNG very and the .
Lures :on Consumption, to take Testimony, Ajfaants fr & ofCoIombuifortlie '''"
All Post Masters and Editors authorized &CO."I 'h.
art preserving Life edgemeats It vied,therein
to act an agents-to whom specimen copies > British: >Cnmmercial Life Insu
for the establishment of complete Printing Offices will be furnished' desired., ,Health, to Old JJge, Maine, Virginia Vermont, : Company i
such Presses, Wood Type Cases Stands, ttc" 8fc., Connecticut,New, York, ,
Brass,Press and Wood Rules/unposing Stones TERMS: stied in 1820'nwl r-Mowrid b1 trtrfj
I have been appointed Agent for the sale of Delaw&rCjMaryland .for the insurance of Lirra'and the'a
; Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Rig- $3 per annum. 2 copies for $>;. b copies for the above Goods and will keep them constant- South Carolina, ,Georgia,"Alabama child ren.io London New Yqrk of\VaaL.
lets, Closet Racks, &c., &c. $10: 11 copies for $20. For $10 we will Bend hand at myDrug store in the Town of ,Mississippi Texas. CAPITAL
' ly on $3,000,000.'lq'
I... OH Type taken in exchange for new at 9 the Magazine 5 years to one person. Fla. July, 27 1850. ly '"
Tampa, Tampa Bay Comtnunicniions 'addr ssN 'die's
L cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most Addrese QEO. B.:GRAHAM to '.
1 T liberal terms and Dr. L. D.ROGERS. i Washinsrtoo,D, C.,'will receive prnmptiM.
patronage solicited on the No. 134 Chestnut St.,Philadelphia.May .
:1 ground of furnishing to the purchaser article 24, 1851.: % Philip Eraser I THOMPSC-
with which he will be pleased and which will ,Notice TTORNEY&- CO / at Laro,and Comtussiover,
I bring him the worth of his money. PROSPECTUS OF THE I 'JACKSONVILLE FLA. Deeds for North and Sovtk'Cm .
' determined discontinue my pre P. S.-Rf'rer.if ,tniheHea coff
Editors and.Printers necessary
wishing to establish HAVING
.and Members .
Newspaper or Job Printing Office will be furnished business at'this place; all persons WILL attend to'any professional ofCongreM generair/: '( 'C1
s' in to', him in the Washington! City,November, 1850. t
< with an estimate detail'of the cost by TJNDERSIGNEDxaCommittee6f Pub indebted to me any manner are, requested l ...

statingsite: of paper and kind of work to be executed. 1 THE 'on the part of theMuseogeeandRussell to pay up,bYthe 15th of February next, other Eastern Circuiiit and the Supreme 'j.)
, invite I I wise t eir,accounts and notes will,be.placed in e has also such an Circuit Court Eastern C'
Agricultural SocietyrespecttnUy ,
Publishers of "insert the hands or an Attorney for suit: geous connection with an able Lawyer :
Newspapers who will attention to the
this advertisement three months and se dine ,of public a Monthly'J oumal,'to following be'published Prospectus : inthIidty.nnder A COT, Esq., is my authorized Agent to collect ington City, as will ensure a prompt Florida, in Columbia Comiffi.

the papers'containing itaddr sr d to"Ncsbift't : ; 'the auspices of the,above all debts' and to transact any other business dy collection such claims as may' ,

))1 t Register New York, .will be paid in material named Association. for me JAMES B. COLE. in his hands against the United States.Sept. CY COOK, t- Chnnccry' ,

of my manufacture provided they purchase six 'The work will be devoted to the interests of Garey Ferry, Flaj Jan." ,::18 1 jan .8th;1849. ly )J1X'vs.C. COOK. I Bdl.ot Vnorct. | f''j

times the ameunt of their bills for advertising. Agriculture'and Horticulture";' Domestic:: arid ,

._" H. H. GREEN,. : Rural Economy. Under*these several heads, Admintstrntor'stNotfcc.SIX 't R.:D, Kendrick, : I IT appearing to: the satisfaction of ttcO< .

, No.128 Fulton-fit New York,and will be included all that 'concerns;the culture MONTHS, AFTER.DATE, [ we shall ATTORNEY if COUNSELLOR' 'that the Defendant,John CookXs, : *
No. 17 Caual-et.Bow New of the State of Florida nnd that Ix
Orleans the ,
ofCripshelnprevementof. Soil,,the man present our accounts and vouchers to the in .'
; : practice the several
agement'of the Farm, the,Garden;the'Orchard, Hon.Judge of. Probate for.Columbia, county, WILL Circuit residence,is unknown to the Comp <'
and in '
I Auctioneers Flower,Yard, abd Hquse-KeeperYdepart- Florida,for a 'final settlement and ask a dis and the / M ordered, that the said V Defendant _

I ment.. ,In their connexion with the interests of charge from the further Administration of the cuit IKllsborough of .Benton of-,,the' nd plead, answer, rdemu-r.to..this JJiff

ARE requested to notice the following Act the.Soil, the other industrial ,Pursuit of the Estate of Archibald Hog ns, late of said county F,lorida. three months,.or the same will be ,tiW.
:' Assembly. Al 1 who desire to have land will receive their appropriate attention.: deceased, 'of which .all persons interested i Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.- ; provided publication be mad tfl

their terms extended according to Section3 of The "Soil of the South"will be under the' are'desired to take notice. as the law directs. i'j jTHOS
Wm. --'
the. Act,must give new ,bonds.. editorial.
"JOHN BEAltD.o1Rptr ., Esqr- and CoL James ChambersU Mr.'Pea- su _' ,J. ROBERTS, ;Adm'r.r FACTOR & COMMISSION A true, Copy Test, Jud'e

., : ?#. bo&jIisA'been for two years'connected with the _AlligaWr, Fla.,,May 17, 1851. 6m_ NorUt Commercial1. ,'Wharf S.' SCARBOROUGH, .__
I Tallahassee, February 21, 1851. Agricultural PressandJs, equally'distinguish. Feb. 14.-ly, .-Ch rlest07I Feb IS, '51 IMarch. :li'3lJ: f.

: AN. ed: a, a Practical and.Scientific Farmer'and Bears'!rrIJ ars u. Bears !] : :: -, '' -- ., -
.fCTa1niiu1lzt0ri'D/.the several Acts nom in Gardener.5 CoL Chambers one'of the most ; WILL purchase the BEARS' OIL and

'force relating to the appointment'and,duties. .of intelligent and successful' planters in the South.. :I:,, GREASE that;the Citizens Florida will .. Harmonic, Institute. ::8' TJiI'SffN'. .., &' ''o.P1! '_
Auctioneer '
They will,be.assisted by an able corps .of Contributors ship to me in;Savannah; ,will pay for the OilOne :Corner of St. Jaljen Street'and eY -- $

&CTI01'f'1.' Be it enacted by the,Senate and ,. among the practical 'Farmers"i and Dollar Gallon, the Grease fifty Cents a SAVANNAH GA. or ,,.:New-Orleans

.. House Representativs of the State of Florida Planters of the Land.. ?I .. Pound, the articles,must be Pure or I will most F. ':iZOQBAUM 'co., Importers and bile Express \f

:-. in General Assembly convened., That.the,tax Each number will: ;contain sixteen pages of positively!reject them. t I am""a good judge of i :. in Mcsic .andMUSICAL .- .
upon.Auction sales shall 'be i two per centum quarto size,printed with new type on superior them.-. TheymustbelnAmnflurafitafg.W. :dCIICription'wholesalo and retail. BY ,EVERJ ;S E.)1SILj

upon the gross amount, sales, except on sales .white paper, and furnished, subscribers at : HUMPHEYS, :.t-pPt-OBandsfurnIshodand Dealers \

of cotton not damaged, upon,which there shall the"al"adtelnoladone Dollar per!wmm, which. must WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, I .. : -,I OFFICES, : ,
t. I be ft tax of. one half of one per cent ." : _:,*. ..J.. "- NOT. 16,1850. Jllyi !r -Savannah, Geo. June 21. 1r"'J''HMcRORY: ; Jr ;; 19! }ValrS. 'eeiNew ;,York:..
8xcf2; Belt further ; Agent, &
enacted, :Thasno, tax I '
I3r PoatMasteri are authorized ;- Hotel)
: to act Chailes <
I" : as Building
Auction sales To ;
on shall be assessed levied 'Post ITIastera Post Office
or by i '
t. Agents, and-they! may;retain in their hands ,- ', 'Land 'MobUe' EOF
Bounty M
any county? incorporated town or city in this twenty-five; per.::cent, of all subscriptions Stamps. ,, j' &general Agent, ; ..
"t ,
'. 2tatgreat than twenty-file! perceninmuDoathe Undersigned Postmaster .* \yASH'NGTON/D.C: : 'Eiqy t lliRJiiiit l.ii'1ze' l
; lected by; them; "orif".theyrprefer it, a copy of rpHE at Pleasant Grov6, ') > ..- '
I State tax.; ;; ; ', ,9AHeghanv co'Maryland, the first JOSEPiriV .;,'Nojcs4. .e.:. ;. ...
'if 3 r. the Work will be sent to anyone twelve months was person v', ; JVALKEB.: "__ .. "
;Bkc.3.i; Be If!;,:"furtier enacted .That'411 gatuttously.whowrnrcxnlL: In'the U.B. who'conceived'and undertook'extenaivclj -', prompt and efficientattention to ; .
ii. ::1 t ; ;:. ; ur., !Dles"with' to publish the Idea of ; .the : ,
;.. : Auctioneers'(have heretotcrebeenappojn.; .tour dollarri. ,.,. ..-,:;: ...' ;'4- with cheap : supplying aUpo. offices tANDCLAiMs.; :of officers and soldiers : 'NQTICE'f. ,,
ted according to *. and : t\ < t .l.u' \ stampAU; stamps made by bin the '' - -- <<-\I
: oommissiona have.not i 'I All Communications mustbeaddresseCl.:; : : are warrentedequal orenpedoyto any.other that ,I late Florida War or either of' E have appointed T;O.IIoiitn oa,|

: .' yet after expired b ,and all Auctioneers who shall' here :p 'st_- ,jaid,'to*William.H,Chambers, Publisherpfj : ;can,bo:iprocured at the*saiao price,>and whenever, (W art in which the United States have 'f V. ,eral Ajrent and AttoneY'ito Be "

'f"- j the period&ppoint ofaIzyears., aUhold from thert the office dnrine e:8oa.ofthi&utl...., ..,.. ,. ';Colnmb Ga. f jany.aro sent out in any way'defective or uns&tiafao.toryduplicatcitha11 g aged, or then War jtifA. Great Britain all business in'the aame Palmer I
: dateof their f A- > .t \ 'T .v'LEONA R D |! M forwardod notice;with- ;andO, any description bu ioesa; collect and receive all debtadue: the J
appointment' That i ch i e-- '
ProjMedf : all , WARE. & Ferri tby> Bond Moi.
appointed by the gOTcincrduriug f \" CHARGK l'ORuDA'lQj-"at"Two ,Dollars:: ; '
the recess of ... only-(for :nInglanwarrants blscharge.vcjflbo :
, the General -J.E.HURTCommittee ,- : pieces- ,., Awembl/;shall,hold, Iheirioffice( thirty kept stamps adlibitum; :othercasc it will be
until t of Pnblication. { "Address "Post Master 'Pleasant drove' to; All persons having demands :'against
I only the,end of j the Ic1onof, the :! f ,' Allogamy and
: rat Assembly next after,the, -daie Gene'' :ColtrnibusGa ,April 2k, 185I.rg', :::: :-t > ::; Co. Md." w-iti! J{ >:'oJ-' .. 'ture difficulty of the case. Ferris or Daritis Ferris>deceased. :yiI
Jof J their r>- !I 'editor "JEfifwill'also act In coimectioif witH
3 Any publishing the above
: : : '' ,(and thfJnotlce) .the same toT 0 sfor.pa _
poiutmeu. ( < V. Executor'i1Iotj. \ I p { 13 ; sending a copy[of'paper* thai rocoivo ttorneys : may;be: indebted Palmer & t'w'
I _,, ,.I AppriMythe GovernorJan., ; ),3, $:;f.- 1 monthli.at erJdate?I:wiU:,apply {p:the ;pay: in WOOD UETTXRS,whenever twice the amount 'Bounty land and other"claims,oni persons Ferris are ,
.. dp fP"Oba of tho Bill ii ordered;-or. if. preferred, wood be ecdipon. Letters requtca11on,X..9t '
'0:'6;f -, "' ofDdTaJcoUDt.1,Fl iidaltq. ? on may !;, settlement and :''f'
:. :NOTICE. ;-'L_ -. "i .be 418CIWpc1'from the BxeeufOnhlpofthe graTbg wfll bo famished. ,toorder.- r.engraved. bepost.paid.) wilt ..receive "make'payment.
..SARAU.p.nmnt f;
l'OftP&plfthead, and of
last Will and derigiv iho value of Fin
.. Testamentofriha Tisonde tidh.. !Aug. 171850
!8TRAM5A9IIZL FOR 8 LE.TWrSUBscnmER' 'PENELOPE'mON Ert &d.. !Dollars. Juno 14,'1851.: -'"- ,_... ':' Adm'x.ofD.l: .F JJI
_ offers .15th ]851/t era" 1 '4sf 4U! &0'" .: S, ". .. .--f ._ 1: '! -D.t3TDL.P; ,_
for tal eton rea. ; _t!i "' : .racbonTilIe "
.it1w Notlce.1'.1 CharIe811DeWaaI' 1 .
; t ef : 'to 8 '' tr/ :" '5 { ,
ST.E.4M ,
IV-MILL '\. ; :: < .r $
,AND 1tUCH1NJ1BYra Garey'.Perf'1, Du. :1ltoUee.. ? T S" 'MoNTnittct.' !'.hi1fi"l sin"i1)) i ,:&-'UC. .<> .1.r" (" ."Nif_.... '
TWt QIXI t J'Ji teiet ifm 1 --F1OriouiiEeted
_ "V ',.T.4CKSONY .
'T&lcountr; Florida. TbEflIn5 '1z20r; al : D. Ji\J M. .ministratrix r .
; ?;. coun..,an TOU '
1richJe; -
JSOerl 1'ii'aWTd W Irb wb"'JiOT I
Fl 3feetOe theEstate fllftdflhIflh1tatonottheestate of John Stand. &, ij
or 8Aizs1nanypartofthe, ; Cpu i
boners yeorgt to the JTon
; 24fcet'ion ,136 11 in'th&ditftAugesthi ,
.ltJ, A1ach
fr.Z'dlametcr.afljz Judge ofPrebaLeafflflJh eonntyjiuid.State of Florida to and nsp tuIl1soUclt d.i4lbil: _' .,
Jete'older.'i.rid 'N.A hi aieu&tzII Countyand \l 1Cd&t0thOJIoU.3uage ;Pobt-'of iaid : pfoctodetafoErenforoa; .
1.lor \shall at the JaoksnnviU'Mfty6'l849-l LfJ :
; : same .. Oi or.w1that '
_, .
kM theUn.MU
:. s&ornnifl ett& IL:.TJ :,:EnIns & disobarge tr_ ttau'iriotetrattoflirof: coi8tI.1or,final settlement tad;at the same y t "" -t P "t -* .i11 t v >.. i iia 7'ane 11, '
J85.L tf
ana JrI&ohI rJi b! '" (the time.. shalldischarge < $ :
oJdl' at1fdief G;', "'JJJstate".AUptoitetisttd apnly46-afti4 rtm.1euers'ot -i1k .a JOB'j Pl.ml. .lftGl-:= ..
art'dewedt 0
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