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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 9, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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,Aid a numan' heart that was Very sad ,;.;' ';"M:.: at last, thought the ,valiant Capt.. Ca. ',
Drew Adder at the tone : When the seconds met, it was to'magi the ie.*> .'. .

gent it the.IbrUi its'qvestlonings, -. ment_ of didereneaThis. could only be 'done"ft j

And they seemed a'lpIrit'i'cftH: very humble, written apology, which wat mom=.

Oh!'fortetboughs'why, 'wafl ye so? OUR.c.OtmTRY.. The next day the young officer left the city, a ma .
?, wiser than he came. Osborn and his second laid
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but little about the affair. A few"leet ,friend
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And they answered: :'For the mlgnight. wind QOL XIII. JACKSONVILLE .' were let into the secret, 'whlch d'ordedma7&: I
FLA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 0,- 1S51. NQ 88.
That chidethisoliarshly now, ,. ..' : -- hearty laugh. Among these friends, were Was
It I nth no rest; but human heart, -- .--- Eliza Williamson, who not long after gate her

\Why so unquiet'thou? Pit make one. FIt insult him the first 'opportunity pair of good golden pens, ot the best manufac- was called back to more sober reflections" T i heart and hand to the shoe-maker's son, hut redoubtable

Oh! for life's storms they roughly Wow, and if he says any thing, I'll challenge ture, of approved quality. (If Capt. Carlyle his second, by the question'Do by and talented author. Azduc: >;s.

And angrily foams the sea; him; and shoot him, too cannot procure one, Mr. Osborn will furnish you accept the terms of the meeting?' a

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quite in accordance with the Code Honor," responded use.) .'The place meeting, the office of thu fool If he had desired a learned discussion

Thu, In the mignlfht,wildly rose his companion, quietly. Eagle; the time, tomorrow morning; early' why did he not propose something connectedwith Too Unsociable.:

The voices of restless things; The young military officer we have introduced 'Do you mean to insult me, sir?' my education.? Every one knows that We heard rn excellent story a few days since \'J

When the morning dawned, and o'er the earth was named William P. Carlyle. The reader By no means.' such has been the tenor of my life that I can- respecting one of the most popular of our Mo- ,
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Extended its sunny wings, wind has already penetrated his character-a true 'You cannot be serious !I' not use the pen with any facility. sea-faring bile Steamer,and Captains universally, a respected gentleman which of independence illustrates -

Still grew the forest barehly-chiding ceased their, sample of all duelists. In personal appearance 'Never more'serious in my life. By the code life, in which I have always been so actively the extent to which gambling was car
And the boughs moan
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still blew Life's storms, he was quite good-looking, but not so much of of,honor, by your own admission, the challenged engaged, that I hare had but little time to devote ried on the Mississippi some years agu, and at
roughly,
Hut roughly the time I
same good moral
an Absalom as ht deemed himself. He had be- party has a right to choose time to reading to.say nothing.of writln g.- conveys againstthat
And the human heart signed on weapons, rice. The gentleman to whom we refer
Enex, Conffc Jw/ ,:lSSU EXIUTA.Delect come smitten with_the fascinations of a certain of meeting, and the place of meeting. Am I Why did..not the milk-sop propose the solution had been employed on a Mississippi boat as'a

paragon of beauty possessed by one Miss Eliza not correct?' of some maxhematieal problem? Then I could second mate, and performed the duties of his

ii- t3ottt Williamson, and.was making rapid inroads up- 'You are, sir' have been with him. Then I could have gene position very satisfactorily. Card-playing, nt f
her affections-at least he with him and winged him from the that time, on steamboats, was an established I
on so thoughtwhena 'Very well ; Capt. Carlyle has challenged first principles Institution of the country-the settled usage on

LOVE'S REMEMBRANCE. young erudite gentlemen, well known in the Mr. Osborn, and as such the following are his of Algebra-a, b, (a minus b-to the the steamer on which Captain IL was employed

thee-in that literary circles, made his appearance and was rights-1st,.to choose. weapons; 2dly, the place highest principles of Calculus-to the solutionof where every body played, from the Captain to i' t
will remember still hour
1 received with s degree of cordiality which astounded \ the time of The the principles of the Cycloid,and finding the the cook. All their spare time was devoted to I
meeting 3dly meeting.
When like a dream of beauty, from the west ; maximum brag and poker. The second mate was the on.
Heaven's .sweetest beam shed down a golden dower the officer, who had already imagined weapon he caD best use is the pen ; he has and minimum state of the function ly one who felt no inclination to take a hand

Of light upon the waters,-whose unrest himself almost in possession or the prize. made choice of it. If Capt. Carlyle had been within the differential variable, at least.- but preferred; attending to his business. anti .
Osborn used his with much discretion Then I should have been able to have shown amusing himself in other .
And moodiness might well be charmed away, tongue more the challenged party, he, of course,would have ways.
By the pure loveliness of that soft ray! ; was much more chaste in his general chosen pistols, or some weapon with which he that that charlatan: of an author approximateswithin when At the the expiration secondmate of two months'service
the
to captain for
differential of variable of the mini- applied
conversation, showing that his reading had was most familiar; and if Mr. 0. had not met a a his wages. great was his surprise and tnortifi
the-when hath thrownIts
I will remember night been of a much better order; and as he had a him, he would have been called a coward, a mum state, which every mathematician knowsto cation to be informed by the captain after settling

dreams aronud the sleeper, and repose! great deal more in his head than the other, He poltroon, or something worse, if alter sendinga be an infinitely small quantity-the true up with him, that he was under the ne .
Hath calmed the worn and aching spirit down of him.
magnitude of that skunk'Here cessity discharging
could therefore in the matter mind at least
>> challenge he had objected to the
To brief oblivion of its waking woes; weapons. his second "Why-for what cause?" asked the second
'Well sir if he
Then,-when deep silence! reigneth over all, appear to much better advantage than his rival, What will be condition in which your prin- interposed: mate. -Do I not always perform my duty I
had
My lonely thoughts thy image shall recall.I particularly with a lady like Miss Wn who was cipal will place himself, provided he should come to your terms, I am not able to see promptly and correctly Y' !
for life how that could have settled the difficulty "
my "Yes replied the captain.
too intelligent to be influenced by a button ortitle. decline fighting because he objects to the .
will remember thee,-when morn hath hung weapons at issue-'that a man has a right to in- "Am I not sober, peaceful, respectful
Osborn of considerable learning
was a man ? I think there is no chance of escape.- "Yes are all that. responded the I
Her banner on the hills-and kindling dreamsOf sult whomsoever he pleases; without a provo you captain -
sunlight, in warm diamond showers are flung which gave him standing as an author.- Fight he must, or Side the consequences. Pens cation.' Just about as much application! as the ; "but to tell you the honest truth, my I
Taking him with all his excellences, he was a time and will friend, you do not give satisfaction: to,the pee- Ion
Upon the surface! of the bounding streams! are as good as pistols any bring following: If A has ten thousand dollars in
; board. To I
speak frabkly are not soci .
rival to be feared with and you
Which more in their exulting course along, any literary lady; : about justice as soon; hence pen is to be the bank stock, therefore tho Atlantic Ocean is able. You do not even take a quiet litte game '

'Free as the murmurs of their own wild song.I Carlyle, with all his vulgarity, did not remain : weapon''Fighting three thousand miles wide. It occurs to me, I of "draw poker' with your brother officers.
of the fact. What was to be done I The second mate received his
ignorant with Who ever heard of i accordingly
pens sir that the the Do
win remember thee-when summer's balmy sign! pen.was proper weapon. I
A Naval Captain in tho service of 'Uncle Sam discharge, and was thus for sometime thrown
such thing? Preposterous: terms '
Breathes o'er the mountains, and the laughing I you accept the ? out of employment: Shortly afterwards, meeting
earth must not be put down;j. and particularly military 'Not quite so unreasonoble as you ,.think. 'No; he is a fool!'.. a brother officer of the boat from which he .

| Is zoned with roaes,-while deep melody Adonis, like himself, must not be.beaten Mr. Osborn has more than: insinuated that 'Then you consent to be posted How will had been discharged, he related the circum..

Hath in the woods with the wild flowers its birth I off by a mere civilian. Osborn must be put out Capt. Carlyle, of the U. B. Navy, is no gentleman that sound?' stances of his dism !ssl. The officer'langhing-

[From joyous birds, who mid their green homes of the way ome how; he must be called out ; /or this he stands challenged to a single 'I'll cut off the rascal's" ears, if he dire do replied-"Well for, the.captain were too was:costly right an to officet discharge i
you; you
there and killed upon the field of honor.A that is to he is l
combat prove. a gentleman or such a thingJ''That as you were the only one on board be ever had
I Pour forth their music on the clear blue air. fe w days after this brave determination: not a gentleman. Surely the most effectual will not secure the hand of the fair to pay-the accounts of the others being all )

I1 win remember thee-through many a scene the Captain met the author in a public place weapon with which to accomplish this, is the Miss Eliza Williamson, the primary cause of all squared up every month by stew games at poker I
and him Osborn'said At which Captain Ccould beat all creation
jeered rudely. nothing '
Of pleasantness solitudej"'tor; thou very pen. To demonstrate this proposition, is some- this difficulty, !' .

|Upon my dark and troubled path hath beenA thinking'possibly it was an inadvertency. thing which does not come within the reach 'Hang it, no!' Thus, Captain IT-lost his place because he ,,'

vision blest and cheering,-as the bow But he remained near Carlyle, intendingto pistols. The pen-the pen, sir, is the only 'With pens for weapons, he will wing you a did not gamble. Leaving the Mississippi! he

I That spans! the thunder-cloud: a thing of light, give him an opportunity to repeat the insult, thing that can accomplish work; the officeof little too q ick.' He is too literary, and has went upon the Lake, where, in a few years, by

I Ai early hope's first dreaminga, pure and bright. if such were his intentions. Being a gentle the Eagle is the place of meeting and tomorrow read and written too much for a man of an'TIC- industry some fortune.and energy, he accumulated a hand li!1

man himself, ho had always observed the excellent morning the time. My friend stands tin sea-faring life,who has had but little time :;. -

[WBITTEN. FOR THE- ; KEWS.] .. rule, 'never to resent a supposed injury ready to prove he is a gentleman ; and jour devote to reading say nothing of writing. A New Variety of the Sweet Potatoes ,<\

("The Code of Honor '\frill make Men until he had ascertained the motive of the author friend that he is one, and that a gentleman has If this difficulty is not settled, he will post you The following interesting account' of. anew

Respectful to each other of it.! It was not long before he was jost- a right to insult publicly and without provoca- before to-morrow night.! variety of the sweet potatoe is copied from I I

led again, in a still ruder manner. This was tion, whomsoever he pleases. Depend upon it, If be do, a scoundrel,Fll cane him.! letter addressed to D. Young, Esq.of the vicinity

Two young men, one having on a black cloth done in the presence of a number of respectable sir, yon! will find this quite as serious an affair 'That ,is easily said, particularly in the ab- the of southern Louisville part, of by the a gentleman State of Alabama.residing ia

lap, with an anchor stamped just above the ladies and gentlemen, who could not help as if pistols were the weapons.! sence of 0. Several gentlemen in the neighborhood of

(visor, and military buttons on his coat,atamped hearing,seeing, and understanding intention 'I did not come here, sir, to be trifled with. 'He post me I'll let him know who I am- Louisville, have made experiments with the I'

|aUowith the anchor, showing he belonged evJidently ofthe officer. Osborn, satisfied that an 'I am not trifling with you. I am in sober 1'lllet him know who my ancestors were. He red -yam, which prove ,very conclusively, that
. to tie U.S. Navy 'the other dressed in variety keeping through the winter will
; insult was intended, looked him in the face fora earnest. Pens are the weapons; the Eagle certainly does not know that my mother's mother's any
. black'cloth coat and with white vest give this crop considerable importance as an \
(a pants: ,
moment, and then calmly asked, but loud office the battleground ; time, as early as you sister's aunt's grentgraJ1dtnther,1f'as'anAdmiral ; article of commerce. .

ad from his general appearance would have enough to be distinctly heard by all the company please tomorrow morning. Are you prepared in the service of; Queen Elizabeth, "We have lately received a most valuable addition -

[been taken for a physician,-sat in close con- for the ?' and commanded the English fleet at the defeatof to' our varieties of the sweet potatoe
[venation some time since, in the bar room of meeting Armada supposed to come from Peru. It is altogetherdiffere
the boasted of Spain and
mean'to offer sir? that lam
'Did you me an indignity, 'No !l' ,, nil
to
.;..... Hotel The subject of their conversation equally superior any varietyof
'I did,' retorted the Captain, with a super 'Do you understand the consequences?' of good( .stock in .the United States ; that :mgreatgrandfather's .hitherto.known. It is productive

[seemed to be a very exciting one, at least to cilious air. 'What ?' uncle's brother's nepl nine a prodigious size, even upon thet

. [him of the Navy,cloth ; for he emphasized vociferously 0. merely replied, Gentlemen never do such 'Your principal consequences will be posted as a coward eldest brother's 'first* cousin's 'son-in-la' sandy land, and the roots remain with..

knit his brow awfully, and at lastventured this with marked President the United' States; :An is change from the time of1 taking them out ,
emphasis ,
things. Baying before to-morrow eyeD Dg.' of the ground until'' the following May. The i '
[ so far as to utter an horrid impreca- he looked the Captain steadily in the face. 'Are you mad ?' Osborn, who threatens to'post me? ,No!>ody plant is singularly easy of cultivation, growing

oa The officer observed, menacingly, 'You will 'No as cool and calculating as I ever was in but a shoe-maker's-' ,'.started. a printer.. equally well, from the slip or vine, the top or ,
;
'Don't give way to such excitement,Bill,' hear from me,' and walked away with a military my lifi We understand fully what we are SUCh man as he.r r .yLM rank' with a powder ;I vine email of the the,inside full grown is white plant as'being:snow remarkably. It is dry
altered his friend. 'It will cot better in the l lf he I'llcowhide ;
young air. about. monkey. Navy posts me, I and mealy ; and the saccharine principle eontainei -
he use' him. resembles in delicacy of flavor fine virgin -
.
.'Bat I cannot Shave patience under such pro- observed. The officer's second,of course,was nonplussed.He He 'Ah,'it is best not to' be so full of light, par honey." .
think.
did not know what to say or was '
eking circumstances tain will challenge you' ticularly when yon are away from the scene of .
such of affairs. He t.
for a position Arrow Ro
Well, you ought to have,' kindly responded< 'Do think so?' unprepared action._ With'respect to Odborntbirth, he deserves '
you was silent for a few.moments, when he.remarked A letter in the New York Express, from Key
' bis companion. 'If you intend making advan- 'Certainly ; he is a fighting man, by profes so much the morercred. f He.has made West, gives the following account of theman,

i to gain the favor of my amiable friend sion.' himself, and is now' toypfedged to be a man ner in which this article is produced:,
in the of hour
'I will see again course an
i Eliza Williamson, you must do something 'AndVhatwillyoudo?' you of sterling wortluej| Ei'8 greatness begins The arrow root manufactories: on the Southern
remarkedthe
will find here
Ore than puff about the little matter'of rivalv 'Accept the challenge, of course.' 'Very well; you me with them. The wiicestors of whom borders of'the everglades are now doinga
authors8econd. business. The wild root the Indiana
.which has to boast-so wi K :If some men's large ,
up 'And ?
sprung
fight
The second of the Captain called on him to call'compti, from which the root is made,grows
'Yes, but to think of skunk milk were shoVI Hpey would be shoemakers '
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a poor eop 'Certainly"'lie make known the result of the interview with fathers spontaneously over an brime l8e tent of oth-
f tan author-author 1 bah charlatan! scrlbMer will kill yon.! also. ThTgreaHreji of Osborn;s family erwise barren pine land. It is easily gatheredand

!-to think, :I say; of an in,5pid 't'Aing- 'I am cot afraid the second of 0. commenced with him.*The greatness .of is first peeled in large hoppers ingeniously;:
'Is all settled?' asked the ,valiant Captain. contrived and then thrown into a eylander and:
piritless dwarf creature like Osborn returned with several of hilt some men's family ends with them. Nothing'refle
ojf.a preomiog Osborn companIons '
as his Mend entered his apartment the Hotel ground to an impalpable: pulp. It is washed::
to compete with me'in seeking the hand to his lodgings,where he found a'challenge' where he found hibl"'pa ing 'the floor, .all: tlng on you, Captain;''present company and dried in the sun, baked and broken, into- 4

rae f&lia 'lady as Miss Williamson ; and from Carlyle,who was all eagerness. to see him always accepted small lumps, and then is ready for markee.

one, gaining her notice-Uis intolerable He the field of honor anxiety y Exceptcd, you -mean,' observed the Captain, ,This article has been used the past year by
upon : 'Settled? No,nor likely to be. I objectedto several! of the most extensive woolen establishments .
i sonneteered her, eIe- -1'1)ws"no 'doubt re- The next day good and soon, a friend from the blushing.. in Massachusetts, instead of glue, as a
air.
weapons zee, sir; yes, I beg your pardon, excepted.
eaned to ,her his own ::composing; such -aske each party met together to arrange" the terms 'You ought to have accepted; I would have Present company excepted always.. :But one thingto sizing for the yarn., It is preferred to all other
from its :
following: of fighting. fought him anyway ; upon his own terms..He me'appears' strange;;-that ,no objection was starches in great Florida'consistency prefers the'Everywasher arrowroot
woman
When I had beaux was fa and my teens billetdouxAnd 'What: weapons?' asked, the ''Second ofthe' is a coward. It is a mere.'ruse7.of his, to get made to 0.. until the
join'd the gayest scenes. military man. 'Y Ur". principal+ according to out ofthe fight And pray, what: weapon did that time he was recognized as'every'way.w rthi. I land or potato.starch. :For jellies, puddings,,'

Lovers now have ceased to vow- 'the laws bThonoryhas the choice J f; and also toname he select-a blunderbuss,I suppose?'. These! things:will.not|'escape,tie!observation of a imitation blancmange.%or run jellies,'.it is su..

No way do they"contrive 'time and place;'&'C.'I was- chosen' innocent in discerning public.,,when he-posts as a.coward. pea b., When eaten i with milk and flavored! to/
.To 'No;ltri; a weapon ; }
poison.drown themselves, -? it makes desert and'more
r whom? HI let that shoe-maker's the taste more palatable:
'
'. Because,rm' twenty-Jive.' -' 'Yes, I understand' ;{all is c settled. ) its nature, but which 'I had fears in the hand: know'Post i not to be tampered; with. Fll let him son nutricious than any known esculent. .

d 1 scared her.with the thought of missing tin... *He,,will,fight, then J"' j I' of 0. would have been fatal to. you-a pen. know that am'my altitude can\JnIy\ 'be measured by a i ...
pportunity ;And then again flattered her in '' !' Oh 'certainjy.he willf! Insure you, 'A what?' I
\ : Fight _. 9Whyicurse long radius victor with the addition of polar coordinates. The Language: 'of'Young'Ladies.
e, until' she don't know who and where she sir..)tr. Oftborn is-a ,man.of too much stamina : the fellow, a pen! You are'to ." I .The Rev. A'Peabpdy, luau address before'tnef

"and. in lhis>: ay" becomes_ a formidable. rival: not to vindicate his rights/ ,_ use pens. The ,place of meeting the office of 'You eannot raise'that'kind of a fog and'escape Newburyport' Female school, which hat"been-'

at I .o.' hear it. Til-111:.. >/ 'Ve'7'lireU,; what/weapons. has he chosen?' \ktEagle.c The time of.meeting 'tomorrowmorning : ,. in the snioke,'Captain.. Yon will be posted before published, enlarged: upon the.use of. the exag.

Wbatillyou.dot?, rejoined his friend. ,Before. I answer youj,will,yon. be 10 kind as early. :He. is to_ prove-you' are_ no, .gentleman tomorrow night.' '. _, .r _,, ?:, gerated. 'extravagant for pretty,'magnificent foruiiof.speech-saying: for handsome 1splendId

4o7: '11'call hha'out;.that's -what III do.' to answer me a few questions .and you are to prove yon are, and thata 'No doubt. But the public will not bear him out horrid or horrible' unpleasant; .immense

.,i challenge interesting specimen of 'im- 'Cerealnly'sir.-; !" gentleman has,a right, at all times, to.insult in such an outrage, such a Violation.of all the rule for large-thousands'of myriads;for more than

eat'prttentioD. ,and' personified:stupidi-' t 'If Mr.. 'Osborn ''had been challenging whomsoever,he chooses, without provocation.1'He of honor.' = i.. two... 'Were' I," he says', "to write down:for p poneday
'Well: Captain:: promised to return within an the conversation of some ladieaof
young ..
J,and shoot him .'. would have chosen theweapons is a cowardly: ,fool !l' ,
Carlyle
party! !_Capt._ hour to report what might be depended upon. We my acq'taintance/atid then to interpret litberall1
'_gad. :the young Naval 2pfaln,:for"such he _?* _, > ._J : -. 'If his terms are not ac.ceptedh declares must settle this'business,'as I hare, but'i few minutes it would imply that within the compass

t 1-eI lIi" rht crm4. ,'and JookecLdag.IHe .' 8onrte!',cotdbij teethe rules of honor. wiUpos'yon before night,'afc a coward. according to go-upon.' 'By the code bf honor; the'chal ottwein'or. fourteen h un"tbethlLdme .wlth.t
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r '
.atiidblp. r-'murder.' ;" n. : -. ... t lC'COf bean i:*an-* 'ed noatOdl:naTal.oflicer" t-would to'the rules of honor)' *'-*- .,- ;# '- longed party has a right to choose the weapon ;Ac.' more marvelous adventures' :!and hair-breadth',
.''Bat k' iI, gBnQ'; : .._;- if 'Whlti' **: .j' f .: < -* ; I 'I know,' repllod theCaptaJn escapes; had: tassed.through'.more: distressing: ,
a P *14jtgbtJ -s selectedc 4 plitois a lwo>jd, aomgweaponBich ..; v experiences; nad.seen more imposing'cles a 'eda r ."
.! :wotft fight*' W6n>i h*1? A And the.Cap-, .. ., ; )e'beets. .. d .11601':, .",; : :&You }Wttitacfeept- _or.be"''pasted.TThinl" : ;:'of 'An yoji,are ajGrald;tb meot.-the :r.man upon the ,, liidenduredttdre.fright\had; ,; ; oyed.w'J.. :. 0

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.-! .ard.Ah 0 cmen.hateoowardsPU...' ..... '" t, .fThw3equ lly.ttirvd4bre p ct to Stilt:Os-: 4Thpreg. t j!tertns V v .*J Jt... .hlch; et Captain pub&lenged Ooi hIm..... Mond II.a.i1..pJ&m"aJid allthate k. : simple.Th4"-- d ; i* "* .'',' : .<"

and eveltid4alsri. ttD-th'iblrpi'r.lftaryc ;.;,, "t."t-:t iat '_e ihht... ,-...''_.. oo WV.'liabti. .wr>frta- eaeat nb--tiht.isr ., ax?re'aadtliemarlper-;.: >fki Q lii hepnffed,need $ ?But' lat6bed-'e?"r, "'..."' f .. to't ...sv I \i ,FWh. ndonJE ;wear-- :-les4- shirtl"".f."Everjbody j; .

: rova x e.::: :: I:1Jhe: : td :on'haabaardhm.t.o.u6.1' : ;t. PQ\.bfl !taVnUoned..8afiicefSt? to ay, h'-p enteveraxminUUs t f iyoU moa fight; apologise t f.-cb.1oi .:r'nm' h .._'t afford to.wear,.,a- clean" td t '
!ih1m"111 dci acnltited( has Men hi .nt"Ut 1f;.101 etIcuhititi : everyday: ,'as orutbepply: ," ::..ri "
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a t'Ce DJi1 rf.S B? ac1ngl ; iron escape. To be posted wfllnot'do: The laugh' .. .. 1f 1\ I
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".01..;: i: ., "WaM'\'mu. ..a.,... btnah.r xo esf: ; ;' iwearing oat'teheiaentlytraaitil y;affbrding will be strongly against ybtt. Parilcwariy to be ," said dirty shirt,"everybodjiinothyIs ,:
J0a PUN:= l- 0 a chat CDi b 7' I 'Wells; eft, ;;; bidgate the = :: himself time to spit or take breath. Finally he posted by dux-maker". 'i nnf.. not a washwoman..T .-.4*jt.. '
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freedom is universal
, l OfU / 1(,. !" ] The feeling here for; THETNEWS.JACKSONVILLE: MobfleJfew *
Orleans
r, i.\! Cuba-Furtber Pzt1eIi.jUij'8preid .!thIntnrrecUon. and the determination firm. All the young ....-. Resolutions Annexation is In honor binding on'' St Marks and establish at each, y<* *??
men of the first families'will join the ranks of : them as Bueh!;uthe7 disagree with him in his regular commission business; with it

: HAVANA. Taesdfty. July 22.-All thatportion .the patriots. We at first lacked money to be.gizi opinions as to'the Fugitive Slave Law. 1' storage and tale of(fee entire:'crop W <

: I of Cuba which lies J2ast of ft', line drawn from the struggle, but since the news from Principe 'Tbe New York'Trihtnt, and other influential' States. .5 J
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! I the coast at "Nuevitas" through" uerto Principe We For the purpose of.eerfnOo
we have raised a large sum. : are now ; begun to and bates.lreadytkoathe
F: ," with the coarse from about North-East to ALL RIGHT, and by eight *'clck to-morrow Northern, prints,.have" quibble, whole cotton conIon'.bmin't

" l f. South-West, is now trader the control the night we hope to have given the Onto t (Pro.: ground that this clause Is of no; tablish a minium price, which for tb*

t j -Patriots, and the'banner of the, single st&r is nunciamento.) for so we have arranged. binding'force, that.it was *mere,act of Congress, I this argument we win fix ai 10' to 11]e T*

: U ncknowledged.., A few Spanish that' have altered and amended pleasure, and! dug to quality and location, and avgriMW'cent
troops remain P. S.-The latest reports we are, and may be per pound. 'This should ta
:, "j at the two points named,bu they are powerless that Gen. Minxano has been unable to pass at FLA. that at best, the Resolution only declares that'future their regular ouitomers and to

; f ant} the Governor General Limerick is arefugee'at Bayamo ((96 miles from St. Jago,) being hindered : slave States may formed'aad admitted, and cotton purchased .of them, M long ai tfe
. 1 Havana, having arrmed night before by the patriots, and that he has sent for whole question j ton remains in their warehoosec. ThrwcrtT
'. Saturday August 9, 1851. not that they,shall be, and that the
f atBatamane bj steamer, and came up more troops. That in Las Tunas the Governor the'' have notice that whenever th .cottca i
from thence' by an 'express. train the 'same armed ISO: country men to go in pursuit of.the = is left at the discretion of the Congress to whom not wanted by others, at above the ied
I', night. -, application admission be made._ it would ba wanted by the
; insurgents, but that they had gone over to our AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. may
I ,His--lady had preceded him but two or three side, together with two companies of the regiment Maj.Jonie BKAKD Tallahassee Fla. Bat our object is not to combat the assertions when once purchased, it would ney.
until taken at
11 'f days. Holguin, Bara o&and St. Jago de Cuba of Isabel Segnnda. made:by Mr Toombs in his own.defence.,. We wish the cost adding storage
terest
J. G. REARDOK' ,Esq. .Ocala, Fla. on investment, with a e
I have pronounced since last. and from the ,
my of readers to
particularly to call,the attention our purchasing, and another for "
I ;: first place, the corps of dragons or lancers that T. P. EERNcnr, Esq., Tamps, Fla. seDuigr ,
of mulation charges
admissions which refutation would induce thten
complete
-1' United States Ship Ordered to CUba! his are a
I : was stationed there, under the command of Gen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville Fla. to take their
' I c, received more than half the staple editorials of the Submission supplies, before the
,:::e Lieutenant Colonel Martin, have joined in the Despatches were by telegraph on would be required to take
, :; "I I movement, the Colonel taking the lead. Four Tuesday evening at the Brooklyn Navy Yard B. FRISBY, Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fla. prints. We premise by saying,that his admissions likely that they would ever any be;pureiM nor fe

;p.. companies of Cantabria Regiment, in the ast'j' ordering the schooner Preble and the brig Dolphin GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine,Fla. being against himself and his party, are entitled large extent Under such fvstem, U

: tern district,have joined the Patriots, and half to be prepared with all despatch, to sail Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys,Fla. to full faith and credit. would not crowd the market with cotton,n fc
': 'j'' i of the Regiment of Saragoss. direct for Cuba. The object is supposed to be the ease, and speculators at the minima
S. GLINSKI Esq. Pilatka FIll He that Free-Soihsn "is yet a dangerous
I Gen.Limerick says that they "fight bravely to intercept any expeditions that may be sent says ; would purchase freely, and hold with e

and make the best military dispositions," and from this country for the invasion of the Island.A and formidable element in American politics; Whether the remedy proposed is a

.4 : that they are safe from all the soldiery of the reinforcement of marines will be put onboard OF- We are requested by Hon. D. L. YULEE to that "its acknowledged exponent is the Free-Soil one, and is adapted to the exigency, wt d "_

.z.ia Queen on the Island. They have been offered the Preble, in addition to her usual com say, for the information of those who. may desire to party,''but that it is also virulent and dangerous both* competent to decide; but we believe then

-- -I 1 by the General, before he left his "Headquar pliment. It is believed that orders have been communicate with him, that his address for the in the Whig and Democratic parties at the North,' edy, and the proposed Convention isthe u IQ

, ters! at Puerto Principe,unconditional amnesty sent to Norfolk, directing the despatch of the that "the Whig party has succombed to it, and it towards "

J,,; 4 if they would return to their homes and lay, Cyane and Portsmouth on the same service. present will be at Palatka, Fla. centres the organization of 'that party in every discovery.

,1, '. down their arms,"-and they have responded Does our Amerhan President desire to imitate the Union."
I" I ':that'they have taken THE CUBAN REVOLUTION' non.slaveholding State in Telegraphed: for the Savannah Ge.iA'
:'. arms not to be laid the President of the French ? The Repub-
I I t down but in freedom or the grave," with the cans of Rome owe their failure to achieve their The intelligence of a formidable insurrection in' What becomes now of the boasted: "returningsense NEW OXLEASS, Aaj tjj!

: I usual thousand thanks for his kindness of neces- liberties to the interference the French in Cuba, published in our last issue, is confirmed by of justice in'the North?" so often proclaimedby The Cincinnati and Pampero left

I :,( sity. behalf their oppressors. Heaven forbid that the later advices which we publish in another col, I certain prints not a thousand miles from this Cuba.Gen.. to.4

l The immense force that has always been represented the Cubans should be indebted to our Government root and which we could place'our finger upon. Lopes in the
Gen. is this at'I goes Pampero.
j ;, umn. Lopez probably at moment Sbt In,
', as being upon the Island, is easily: for a similar interferance.Dodging. His opinion as to the Democratic party North,we andarms.nowonboard.
!, the head of the Patriot and there is
: ; ..""teelIlO", and it does not appear; the statements Army, every 'i;
to that will the efforts of believe also to be literally true; and we aro only The Cincinnati cleared at the Custom '
L' or your correspondent was the first even reason hope success crown Ho*;
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f ventured in contradiction, and they were verified the people in their struggle for liberty. The Fill- astonished that so much justice to that party should ularly. ;*

WI I as having been perfectly correct. The city The Washington Republic (Mr. Fillmore's more Administration, true to its Free-Soil instincts, proceed from lips which have heretofore cast upon A mass, meeting is in session celebrating nf
f'r II organ,) and the New York Tribune, (the organof and wormwood. But let Mr. (
j of Havana, that is always supposed to have them so much of gall
the Sewardites unite the will,no doubt do all in its power to suppress the pirture of Lopez. ,The greatest excitemcstva'Is. -
,) recommending
from 6000 to 8,000 men in and within the sur- Toombs now speak for himself: .
f< rounding fortifications has tOo left after whig party throughout the Union, to dodge the generous outburst of sympathy manifested in the '

the drafts made it, about fifteen tay, hundred, Compromise question. This is a matter, the cause of the Cubans by the South and South West, "But, gentlemen, the greatest danger to the

t.: I men, and we shall upon be compelled, to part with Republic says, of State, not of Federal policy, and to frustrate every attempt to ad! them in their The Union is not in the Georgia firmness, it is and not patriotism in tho South of the NEW ORLEANS' Aqsg.'t

t" some hundreds of these. The game is fast approaching and ought not to be permitted to divide the fearful struggle. The dread of seeing the power people good of the sense Sonth, will shield the Union against The Pampero sailed at 5 o'clock this '

r- "I the west, and by the time the few great whig party, which has to do with national and influence of the South augmented by the an- unwarranted assaults from our own people. They with 800 passengers for Cuba, via I the '"

"' troops are occupied or worn out at the eastward questions.!! The Tribune says the whigs cannot nexation of Cuba, which must inevitably follow the will maintain it as long as it deserves to be main- coast300 men have gone via Motile." '".....'
-" that have been dispatched in that direction be united on any uniform platform ou this subject tained. The real danger lies in tho X orth. The
establishment of her is sufficient It is expected that the Cincinnati lisa
independence to be
C must allow themselves unrestrained
: j I the cause will be knocking at our gates. ; they :: anti-slaveJy sentiment in the non-slaveholding -
I" ; Gen. Concha will return from his quinta to freedom of individual opinion on the slavery arouse all the energies of the Administration in States has widened, and deepened, and strengthened by the Spanish Consul !at this port.

,' the city in a few days, as it is not esteemed safe questionor else the party will be rent into half support of the Spanish despotism. But it will be until it has become dangerous to your rights Tb' Interest Claims.The '
tho
and of It
and the stability government
It" ; for him to remain a dozen factions. The hypocrisy of this sheetis I all in vain. The popular enthusiasm will burst the peace !
far from the
so walls. The
from du t for it
virulent .
., manifested admission. has become more was District Court. Judge Bronsonpre '
strongly in this In &
summer residence of the is bounds within whIch! and
General directly sectional
Captain narrow bigots utterly defeated in the adjustment measures. What bas been in session the
under the walls of Fort Principe, which ono column it contends that abolition, or free- selfish politicians would confine and the generousand did it demand, and what did it get7 It demandedan Call U. S. Mr present wee t .|
soil should be the first all Attorney, Sherman,of W
," is the most formidable of the exterior defences aim of political parties express prohibition of slavery. the Wilmot Proviso .
.. ; of,HanD, and it has been recently protected in this country, and in the next it counselsthe the brave will contribute their treasure and in the territories. It lost it. It demanded ton, and Mr. Yulee, are in attendance .:]!

p' at night by large patrol detachments from that great whig party to dodge the question, their blood to the glorious cause,in defiance of every the abolition slavery in the District Columbia, : principal business before the Court bib

"!. 'f work, but in cise of a sudden movement or and fight the battle on the old, obsolete, secondary obstacle that may be opposed them. Gen.Lopez and of the slave trade between the States. It lost I cia l investigation of the claims for,loo. *
issues of Protection Bankism Internal them both. It demanded the affirmance of the oft 1812 and 1813j and more particularly the
some unanticipated ruse, a capture might be I, left New Orleans in open day with 800 men, armed j
declaration that no more slave States cial of the
repeated adjudication
Improvement & The i is evident questiin
> make that would be mortyfying to all who admire 0. purpose for the fight and amid the enthusiastic acclamations the Union.
shall be admitted into Congress enacted
it is the amount nf losses awarded., '
; to its main design by false upon ,Titcy
carry
the splendid qualities of the man and of such that States hereafter into the Union
thepeople. Against a torrent oCpop- coming ,
of the claim interest
guises aid evasion to ride into under ty to we believe U
E-- the Statesmanlike abilities of Concha. power a tj
shall be admitted with or without slavery, the
ular sentiment Mr. Fillmore issue as
the broad may proclamations nied the law officers of the
national of and then by GovernorWashington
c- His misfortune lies in having been forced name whig, inhabitants of such State might determine for themselves -
, upon this field after the patience of the subject unfurl the black flag of abolition. and fulminate his threats, but they will be and reaffirmed the right Texas to divide and the well settled prindpkti

::. had been exhausted by the experimental tyranny The Republic, edited by a Northern man, about as effectual as the same instruments in the herself into lave States whenever circumstances satisfaction of the claims under the. Tn

t # of hill predecessors. The injudicious and sanctions this new policy, of a general unionof hands of his worthy cousin, the Captain-General of will justify it It demanded trial by jury for the would require interest as the measure of da

C: h.truh measures of Gen. Limerick have hasten- abolitionists, freesolers and Southern Rigts Cuba! I fugitive from labor, at the place of his arrest. It ages for tbadctetionis recognized

,' ej forward the crisis a little before its time. men, for the pretended advantage of the whig lost this demand also. Thus was driven from every eral principle; but the Secretaries.t

t A few weeks since, Lieut. CoL Ramon Marine party but really to advance the fell designs( UXKIND C "T. i position it assumed,and every demand it made. i Treasury have declined paving the tola
defeated in this conflict it is
. abolitionists. Will the of the outaaccept' Though utterly great awards upon the ground of usage in till
pencci cpims& ana whigs I ,
soldier a gentleman, was The Savannah Rspullican of the 4th inst. gives yet a dangerous and formidable clement in American
, this proposition Will they consent to partment the basin which is eootesi
c: 'red to Nuevitas mith dispatches, and on ar- the politics. Its acknowledged exponent is the usage
;: ; :'i,'1:, there he found that they contained orders? cooperate with Seward,Greely Mann,Sumner, following unkind cut to his "Union" friends: Free-soil party,but it is also virulent and dangerousboth to be, that.the Government is supposeW

fur his exile and embarkation from that point and others, merely for the empty honor of a THE RIGHT OF SECESSION. is not our purpose in the Whi and Democratic parties at the always ready to meet ,all'demands scsift

rl* lofcpaiu, a deception to save th3 fact from esf victory, and the small emoluments of the spoils? now to examine the doctrine of the Right,of North. The Whig party has succombed to it, and and that it therefore never pays interest."

[, f !! I'1 caping the knowledge of his friends. The caw Will they imitate the folly of the' horse in the Secession.of the 3d This ultimo.we have Our already done in our paper it controls the organization of that party in every fact and theory 'are widely different
i to endeavor .
- was that the Colonel had foreigners fable, who consented to be straddled and rode relieve our opponent of much object of the* to non-slaveholding State in the Union It'is thoroughly matter of the Florida claim,' as it van
many ;
: his social by man, in order to circumvent his old toe and unnecessary ,; denatlomx-ized and soctionalized by it, and twenty before the Government nato
among acquaintances, and his\ friendships labor they have imposed upon themselves, to prove : will never make another National Convention.The .- years
: were not confined to the pure CnstlhanI .- thereby made himself a lave for life We and establish the existence of a right which nobody Whig part of the South win never meet the provision by law for even en examusatitt

I Ii The vessel sailed, but adverse wiuds defeated cannot,believe that they will pursue such a denies. Seward, .Winthropt and,Yintons, and John- them. '

the Oo" rnmeI t's design, and on Sunday even course. Though, unfortunately,the directionand So, according to the Savannah editor, our immediate Ron". and n.M.n.. nf th. Vnrtv i,,' Mvnlhftr Na Tbe occflsipn of tb w;losses, it r wrltq, ,

i I ing the vessel put into our port in distress, control of the political parties IQ the coun. neighbor is a "Nobody," for he "denies the tiof n tiW: are indebted to the defeat *ss'thC invasion Florida and ftrtneiocaj

I leaking badly. try, have, in a great measure, falle into the existence of the of the policy of these men for 'the existence of the tion of the province, then being pro'vaa

!, The "vomito" has exhibited itselt among the hands of trading politicians and spoilsmen, we Right Secession. But whatever government this day. We shall,, trust them no Spain, with whom we, were at peace,"by t
;. levies believe that there is enough in this that consistent editor may think this is not exactly more. the
new from Spain, that came in with the proposi troops of United States, who commiUt4'caused
.; new administration, and has become unusually tion,coming,from the quarter it does. to startle the way to maintain inter-editorial courtesy, "The Democratic party of the North, though a general destruction and, derai' ,
is this
- prostrated,' not utterly destroyed by
. I fatal. It is very democratic in demonstration the whig party of the South into greater 'Yig;. and our contemporary will very likely tell him so. same cause. This Free-soil element sways the par- of property of every description, andeata

I I at this moment, and will seriously cramp the lance, and sterner exactions from its brethren The truth is, the "Constitutional.Union" men are ty triumphantly in Massachusetts to' a' very broke up and ruined the agricultural <

- material for defence depended upon by the governnienL of the North*-(I? 7/a. ih.a dilemma. They find that they mistook the great extent throughout New England. It has an- of the country. In the Treaty with'Jpth,1

/ spirit Southern men, and th&t they are not willing nihilated it in..New York, and controls it in' Ohio. which Florida was ceded to.the United$

The city of Vila Clara, it is reported,has pronounced A parisian pen gives the following English to "lay their bodies as the ground and the But the majority that party' in' New Jersey, it was expressly provided that the Cover**
event for as Pennsylvania, IndianvDJinow and Iowa, aro as '
which brings the history.At of the United States should make fall Ai
movement up to street to them that went over," and they are vet unsubdued, and aro still capable of a mighty effort '
cover one-half of th e "ever-faithful Island of the recent I races at Ascot, the famous now for the Constitution and the Union." tion to the Spanish subjects for the Josaeehad
Cuba." Gen. Concha wears the night with hone Tiberius broke his leg by bounding "blowing hot and cold with the same breath," and sustained. ',:Jf;

ipatchesand could his soul be infused into against one of the posts of the barrier,,while with their usual tactic, taking both sides of the It is clearly not satisfaction to'simplf

I them, to the creation of soldiers be preparing for the race. His owner Lord Mill- question. Cobb ia represented in different sections COTTON PUTTERS' MEETIXG.,.. .. the actual value of the
hardj gld ,_ property destroyed
.L_,___..__ .u ..... .. : The Floridian Journal
'UE "wuocaii; isciuie nits uwyg" oj the ,U 5 I Dan Jc, lost ten tnonsana pounds in tse beta up- Georgia as in favor oftb Right Secession and Sr of th2d inst contain* thirty years afterwards without intererf;

that have bred so exceeding fast tha J jm, besides his value,'and others lost heav- opposed to it,just as it will suit the occasion. As the proceedings of a Meeting of Planters: held recently 1-entor use'is'as much property, and Itxl

thro the sheen of their banner over two-t Li laws of the course being that all lost bets to himself he is playing the mum game; hesin ..in, Tallahassee., A very able, repor wa*. vation as. much a damage, as the lost sfd.

of our people. The war steamers are all P j>aid whether the failure to win come the hands of his keepers; he will answer made to the meeting, and the following resolutions property itself, and our whole:COBB
with troops to the east, and cruising along'the t fro dent or less spee&' his no questions adopted, which sufficiently explain the structure is founded the reeogtitiM
upon
: ; letters are object o
coast, and one struggle more' will close the I Three days; afterwards, Lord Millbank gavea suppressed, and those who the this principle. 'But however simple salj

game against the Spaniards forever.: very sumptuous.dinner. The most distin- support him are expected' "to go it blind." Can meeting: the abstract question of *
Rfsoljed That the great right may appear,
guished of the English this succeed ? What $ irregularity, and con
peerage were present game a contrast he (
presentsto'the new of :
principle which is deea1
tinued usage
From tendency reduction of the ,
of
Journal and the price our
Commerce
of of August 1st. convivialityjn high. Towards the frank and noble
.
Cuban Attain. close the noble host course pureued'by McDonald great Southern staple are evils which require investigation Washington,the paramount law, has bees b
The following has been handed to us by the to drink to the arose in his place and proposed There is no dodging there. He has no fears and the application. ,of a remedy if one score of yean maintained by the faoeU 0'
departed Tiberius.
It that his opinions and vie should can bo found. at Washington in to these tJNI
Cubans from whom our previous advices had wi be known. Theyare ? opposition
been received. that the bark was clamorously received. but the speaker re- open to any enquirer. Resolved, That. in the opinion.of this meeting.. and they ira tcally! say usagt is law. It Sri
They state by mained standing, with his glass in his hAnd. They are before the nothing is likely to be accomplished for the benefit
bturges they have received full advices from people, and they creditable to our Government that n
"We drinkJto Teherius," said Lord Millbank. may judge.A of our.interest without a reasonable amount of
their countrymen, and that the, following ac'Count :when the shoo subdued, "the most beautirulUle concert or action among'cotton planters. shelter.itself from the payment of hows'
of the state of affairs at St de Cu- Resolved with just debts by such pretexcts but pWziu if<
Jago most ac1mlr L most spirited courser SOCKDOLIGER FROM MR. TOO3IBS. That a view to obtaining such ,
. DA.may oe relied upon as correct. .me dates whose hoofs ever CI o British turf" The concert of action, we respectfully call on the cotton right and justiea in thi*matter,the mOlt*, *
following
H extract from
fromBt.'Jago are'to'the 16th July. Shouts rose the letter of Mr. planters of the Southern States to assemble! in Convention ..'' uous efforts counsel for years have beet'able ,

The news of the Insurrection at Puerto Principe "You know"agald r'' Toombs accepting his nomination for Congress, at Macon, Georgia, ,on Monday, 27th day to change the decision of SecrfUrfa,
co
;. arrived at St. Jago on the 6th of July,but achievements,of a lordship, "the contains several important admissions. As to his of October next. or at such 'other time and place as obtain the allowance of the cI tm.It if b

the accounts were very vague. to history. Fam. i s deeds belong boastings about the triumphs of the Compromiseover may desire be most to convenient be to a majority of those who hoped that 'the'present effort to secure ja*.
S his may represented, and that .
irgeof this
glo- meeting
On the 1 Itb, early in the morning,_n express ry.-But; it belong j the Free Soilcrs, they are all gammon, and are appoint delegates to the same. to the claimants under the Treaty nuypfl
you
arrived at St.'Jago from' Las Tunas, and soon and gentlemen-to 0 his mortal my loijjs not believed bll himself or any other sane man. On motion Judge Brevard, the Report was received successful, and their long withheld cWI

after two more expresses arrived, following in mains. I wished tat this lofty courser should re- We will notice one or two of his assertions, as aspccimenofthe and the Resolutions taken up seriatim and paid: -Ancient- City. <.;

rapid succession, bringing despatches to the have a burial worthy, of his balance. He unanimously, adopted. .-f.t
Governor. An extraordinary meeting of the deservings. He says: "C ngfCfI' enacted General WHITFIELD then offered the The Austrian .f !IrMIr
. has it. My cook following : Outrage-Release
had ,
S City.Council was immediately fitly prepared him, and i that.States hereafter coming into the Union resolution which was ..
S called, when the have feasted !, unanimously adopted: The Boston' Atlas of morning'<.
Governor General yon on him to-day. Yes, my lords shattbe sdmittod with Resolved, That the, this, Friday J
Manzago, announced that and gentlemen! this or;: without slavery, as the Secretary( meeting' tains lettler from Vitnua dated, Jo:
he had received meat which w>u have prepare copies of the foregoing Report and Resolu
despatches from inhabitants of .
the
such States
Governor relished may determine for themselves which ,states that Mr.' Charles Brace
so L.,
of,Las Tunas but keenly-these dishes which have tions, and oak publican of the same DeBow's: :
*how them to ,the Council that he was ashamed to awakened such 'inquiry as to animal could be and reaffirmed' the right of Texas to divide Review, the Agricultural papers of, the South and American,who was, &ri-esfedlD Hoagirt'
J >Governor ,because' in the, first, so delicious-it was Tiberius. My noble herself into slave States whenever her circumstane : the papers of the City Tallahassee. been finally released On his. arrival iaj;
of Las conr- '
threatened with Tunas said that he was eer reposes in your ,stomachs!' May your digestion .will justify it." Now everyone knows that the : On motion Mr.:!Houston, it was thenunanj. ,na he'WAS insulted by the police and'eri, ,
an attack from the .
insurgents ; be light. called ,mously :!' ,-; to quit'Austria within three After** ,
"non-intervention"
so elaosd: days; .
in the ;
second that only Resolved
had applied to That
o they succeeded in cap At these we forntourIvee into'a.Cotton they
words the changed their minds
enthusiasm Mr. W
Brace
turing all the concentrated the Territories of Utah and New Mexico Plnnters'Assoclatlon to be
Queen's ,
funds from the and that called the Central
'As-
treasury for however
leave in
; a, oment-ro8Sibl with some sociation a few days., He hurts*
in the third that "he does'not know what, to I: thought of 'an immediate resurrection vague a general declaration to that effect was.repeatedly ', the Cotton Planters Florida. ed his correspondence to the Phl1MeJpltahUn *

S that do," aid that he will have abandon the place with a sudden',burst of.hurrah?, tbe,, idea-took but, offered as an amendment to the Compromise Bill*, ,Tbe report assumes the position;and we think and in a letter, --d.oD the 27th}ef/? .

afternoon. the turn of sublimity, and, another glowing, : and as oftenvoted, down, thuaclearly indicating the' ,very clearly' .maintains, it, that:the periodical ruin,'. gives a full account of his arrest,'exAmiBidand !

despatches If the Governor, to the was ashamed to show, his bumper sent to join :the "departed in his me intention_ of majority, .to .apply the :nonintervention ass depressions in the price! t our great staple_ ,b imprisonment concluding folbo4.

idea what their real Council contents, you can form an 't'tempsychosis.. : : policy only,In cases where all the !chances .not owing to, over-production' as has, been generally ,: Without-'o1 owiug tl beexais1iIroa i t

We think the affair at Las Tunas might must have be been.indeed Ex-Pounding: tbe : : m were,that it would remit' In the exclusion:of sla- supposed, but to irregularity .in tbe,"produc?: .farther, 'which as.sl, 'bours'fnIengtb: ,
S ,
disgraceful Constitution very. But if this subject! was left in ,tion. This_ irregularity .is caused"bypcasozs.the; .onlvrsnrlt; wasC throusrhout OftA '0"' die
to uncertain ,
our enemies .. ,any ?
especially as The,right ,of petition-The >
S the Spaidshemployeesusnaliy! S right,to abuse IYa1, ; mat. time, ,tne repcateo declarations appearance ;.complete specimens of an inquisition& I la
non.appeaaneiofsecpeu1jt
J __ _____. so talkative,are ana enuanger nan me states ernie Union. ': ,,since even,heard of., ,I
uvn ov.?v iB"tui remouiiDg Bflu* The made by nearly siIheieaingNrtbern ,the cotton plant, &o/, To prove that : cannot in language
| up in,ineir power to admit a State-Tbe power to exClude Compromise : from,1825 to, unfairness: the
houses half, tbe States, of the Union from men, (and some of the Southern ones too 1845, the consumption was 'gr 'ater'tban the pnP termination to,. manifest;prejudice' I .
,all )
On the 1 Uh &t'fiP.M. entangle me 'wjbich tie A
our Governor ,
worthy duotion ,
share ota common territory.Compromise that shall a table is furnished :which
"slavery ,
that
never be, the showed '
extended foot proves Tn
Gen.1hnugo" started out of the city accompanied one beyond '; thto..ugb n ray later. exatntn
II -The voteofa mnjority to take its limits" average consumption in'those: 20 I hnveWmemore" .
I by Lanzarote, his Secretary: and *11. Faithful execution present, and'that if necessary to: years, over the definite fnst.1 ce1 of"tricks7
.aid-de-camp, 26 lancers and 4 companies of quest; and I- ot the lawl-the con restrain_ it, the:Proviio will be again revived! production, was 200 bal s perann m. This estab of the Uw., which employe
of
subjugation
riflemen.* S the unlimited control of their sover1gn"Statea' to would seem to'set it at rest for ever." .' : lishes,one point: that the extent.of consumption, In,, an 1 ,,which, I will": hereafter, elill.
'
S Qn the,12th the battery of mounted artillery .The glorious Union-. A equals., : Again, as ,tothe'r: a5ranc"otth right of up to.thif.time,,has been' controlled by the extant amount t. of it was, Treat an-American ill&*" ( .
IdA lor Las Tunas, and it reported that government of a ma ryinnd lie'wonlctrnakean'exsinple of .\ |
500 Texas ja
jority without limitation to divide herself into !ofproductlon.
slave '
of .
State' if. .
: power. _. wh never 9 : :1 At the
v
the close
more .
S en are now the
on point of stArting: : The accusation'''al read
I ,The right of .revolution circumstances great desideratum to be
:Jfrom this: you may see whether the insurgents -' -The right of cam.mittlng.treuon.ancIeifbeingangedror a wfll justify it," we do not rtocllect attain djby the. to,the,effect that I was a member of tiit.
;
: 'number only 33: men, as the government caught. ; it, if any such naffinnanct.* We'do,recollect,that, planting' interest; to',avoid,forcing their"cotton; Derrpcratio Union': ia Europe. anem'

; pretends,and Ifsonobodycan fail to conclude Tbe:resolutions ot, ,; ", Mr.'Webiter admitted in hit speech'that the North into market..whon'pri .are',low,-and" keep the from Ujahaiy'and Cietx and here in i{

th:t the. Spaniards. are''the greatest' 1I'ardsll1, re.olutlont'ud 'gs..The light of passing was In honor bound by this compact'with Texas. control of the'prices in their: own::haadj,'tesaip1acbthat pith:the purpose,of spreading Rarebit
I backingout from '
tJ( ,,, ., .. ', .. The love of the Union-The them. I but,we are decidedly.of opinion',(aadwehave. akenomVpains'ln elT" at the mercy'oftie foreign man1ufactorer. movements' ,The:,r'(>/'mOIIi wit"

:.tWI.tl arnaly :awaItIngerg'tO'Iis,. more IgIt.pnnsesndItscouquests luitformonopo.. thematter) that no snob rtafflrnianfle, to attain'i'this,,, :object*"t.h.-timic7i. Used wert these; lit-Wotds;

S (rfltotetort bretfcreWaPrincipe i _' ....j was made In 'either ef the Compromise! Bills., But suggested asfollows:, .'11 ;i, 'j, v.*** ,0** ply an acquaintance with'TJjahasy)2-r*(
',. "..riSen1fhr w ,hall Instsntlyunlte'and WASH(50105'July: 29. .Thet irzppOM there "?' ., If w-vwould dojy: 'thing pclntiOduetlonfroinrGn. .Cxtts 34. .
w
certainly ad
Grand Art irt' eftatively
give the: ritll(P Dun ; Jury : reduced jo lowttktwe session; ;
!_"" 6.y4At: this mo- have now found true bills ,WI must ornnue &CottosPlMtIm'4oei. of"a;? lntfo 17at"t
; '
S aen we Dumber, > / against J.,,:Carlos are to take it M>greal boon and atlonv ".
n 6 radra The
sen; all;well Gardiner, /or, false triumph, for ; Thissbonld'b.cbutead'by: the State of ftttbAtIa4vIj1tJcj.tiI*
armed with ,,swearing, and against/J.; the North South ,
simply to Comma '
,
muskels.'aiBmanitton hoZ4dgiIl.bf Georgia Alabama had bean
force
.. weao! &: Hamilton enau&: d1ng :: ; .ouJIfNaa.d oomprornl.d.In..tbe JI
*ad readto pounce upon'the ? ,, upon, the Gvreratw" of her compact with OnI4wthacsfMJs !MS.Ailertbe
'S -' S : CDitf1 meat. *** J- 'J us? IJ'But the indications ariv I ,000.000.to be e47geIirL'M

; '17 "": .j' : :.:'1 _4',! .' ,."f'f'.. ."\; .:,:, :",,1i'f"" ,. '<", "'J.ftF i: that the body of,tho,JToAhwropeopledisjagre wiUr might Inereaeed: require.inamont' The,,'4 ai the wants'or the business bacK;; to my'prison.rooa 07 the PrWlOldieri "
ss"Ol tfOQ'Iko-tiicl

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G > fi* jrfr' ("Without iy. THK PacstDCBCT>-The Washington correspondent JUST''PUBLISHED' "BALE iff .
rii""f' :.st :: .letter ol AND .FOR :JOB imnsl: \ m. -
the ftfII 'With this consolation]! of the BaUiaoreJ&mjMji--The; ** t.
Odb. ) vu Ex-President Bursa,to.the. ammany Society : b li1l.YLe" tI' .
let s l fort a second night ON. Ii o.
countrymen to consider the proofs ,shows that he has some life ta him yet,, BOOE8ELLE&AND J ; J'.U.LISH.Jfa", I

.I fce*ny based' In 110 otJa and that he is disposed to sacrifice his tapcrf.. N ,lfs3 Noxaau'&rNt.;N.l"'i. BATXXO"reeeired from New York a supply of

wlrfehsuea ucep\'B"a charge Would was they stand, a day ant (1)) personal interests to tbi'humoDJ'"of Type and other materials. stable for Job Printing O v and after tie 10th day ofJnn. Ue daf J
tr Und mBE following Books w31'b seat,: of departure. ttbe.ltnm packetMAGNOLIA
free
the democracy of New York. .Tbe.pmIOn by mail;
,fllluesuaes..ofRipicioD. Yet on these, we are now prepared to execute,at the shortest notice
A to of the 1
ofpostage any part United States
whom he indicates the preaidendal.candidate
In wretchIprlscO
that
itt I been aup for 30 days on the receipt of the for the which an kind ofPamphlets
New York is undoubted money same _
able'ar. of the democracy of
"heretoeath-**d ant :1 even yet in "hono ly, General Wool. Should.both branches of may be:-forwarded by. man at the risk of the Publisher Blank, Haad CireatLaw BliUiBvstaes C n.P.)1cNBLTY. .,

The attack'was'notion me, but'on 'my connj. the democracy unite on General Wool it is very The Sacred Mountains. By Rer. J. T.Headier. <. CaxtU tte r'Bllla From Savannah to Palatka wTO be TUESD r,

'Jt was a petty: persoal revenge for the probable that, as Mr.Van, Bunnmtimatethe 1 ToL lmo. nitutrated. Full ''cloth $1; rut Ytslttax Cards BIlls .f 1.M1q, arriving SATURDAY,connecting witk the. '
reneroos'sympathy of' Americans But such democratic national convention may be governed edges extra $LM. .. XAtela Jte:, fce, &.' 8tean Ships -

shall count on themselves. In every by the pref'erenceotNewYork. The Sacred Mountains. By. J. T. Headley. ra-All bills far work ofthit kind,to be paid ondelivery. FLORIDA AND AI ABAMA.

rod njosUee ia which(I can express it, will I lay openltontngeous edition.1 voL 18mo.60 cents.Without. the plates. Sunday-school June 14. For New York. She will continue to leare oa I

.act of injustice .and tyranny An ardent young gentleman of this city, who Sacred Scenes and Characters. .By Rer. J. T. Tuesdays throughout the teal', .
nd the secrets'which it has opened to mend has for some time past been rery attentive to a Headley. IroL llmo. Illustrated Full cloth, A New VOLUME ANP CHEAP POST QL .
the
United
CawylBg States Mail
I hue mistaken the Americans much it wealthy young lady of "sweet sixteen and who 81 gilt edges L50.

ach an open unprovoked assault on their has recently been making arrangements for a sad- Sacred; Scenes and Characters. By Rer. J. T. GRAHAM'S For Freight Ecgagements or Passage,JaaTIDi'
den visit to the north,yesterday received from the
.
.irhts passes unnoticed! object of his adoration a very large "cant-elope." Headley. 1 voL 18mo. Without the plates. S. American Monthly Magazine. superior accommodations, State Rooms G.f
arrest and school edition. 50 eta. to the board to' ,.
The Boston Poet atttributes this The gentleman dashed the fatal "m lmn" -' apply Captain on ,Or

trap to' Mr: Webster's Hula cm an letter. at the young head of the servant who brought it, and ex- History of the Persecutions and Battles of the WaJdenees. UTE congratulate our subscribers, who receive FERN EZBISBEB &CO.,
By Rev. J. T. Headley. 1 voL 18mo.
elaimiag c5ut as I expected! $30,000 gone to-," Illustrated. Fall cloth. 50 ets. TT their books by mail upon the Agents at Jacksonville, or to A

1 The Samereet.kl. sprang from his seat with inch violence as to tear History of the Walden By Rev.J.T. Headley. change in the.rites of postage upon periodicals.After M. A. COHEN,
his "bloomers" in a most shocking manner. At the first of the Graham's Agent at Satuuuh
July *
This is the name of a new dauce which bids'r 1 voL 18mo. Sunday-school edition. 31 eta. postage on
to knock the Walt,the Mazurka the PolJL much last accounts improved.--Savannah the yonnggentleman's New symptoms were Napoleon and his Distinguished Marshals. By Rer. Magazine will be but Savannah, June 3, 1851.TJrThis .

J.T. Headl,. 1 roL 12mo. Illustrated. Full Steamer will leave
Scottisch into cocked Jacksonville for
the Reiowa. and the a M CENTS UNDER 500 MILES ,
cloth '1.
is far the most'dicalous Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING at 7 o'
,
This last named dance by 5 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES.We .
at.
Luther and Cromwell. By Rev.J.T.Headley. 1
in In the streets of Leicester one day, Dean clock, until further notice.
affair that ever was participated
Swift was accosted by drunken wearer who rol. l2mo. Illustrated. Fall cloth, $1. confidently look for increased June 7. tf
a
We see it without very greatly
sane people. never Rambles and Sketches. By Rer.J.T. Headly. 1
hinting y of a gander balancing 1 imself on one staggering against his reverence said: voL 12mo. Illustrated. Full cloth, (I. circulation through the mail at these
"1 hare been spinning it out" rates and trust that,our old friends the PostMasters a
and nodding affectionately and amorously The Power of Beauty. By Rer. J.T. Headley. 1 Notice.
eg, favorite But, from all accounts "Yes" said the Dean, fcl see yon hare, and voL 18mo. !. Full cloth,50 cents gQtedgefj will oblige' us in making the fact
a his Somersetski goOf is the dance of the age. It is now you are reeling home." extra 75 eents.Letters available in their respective pottowns.With TO THE CITIZENS OF JACKSONVILLE,ANU
he ladies and two from the Backwoods and the Adirondack.By the next number of'Graham77 we commence ABOUT THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.

anted by four persons-two dressed in frock Rev J. T. Headley. 1 roL 12mo. Full a new volume this number being the THE SUBSCRIBER offers his f
ladies a
eutlemec. The are Karfne .ournal. cloth, 50cts.Biography cast fr Tolume thirty-eight of the work. The services the in
aching to the knee, and the continuances are of the Saviour and his Apostles: with a continued and still of to public gen I
f stockinet fitting as close as possible to the Portrait of each, engraved on steeL With an cag increasing support ..eral, together with his tessel, the
kin. One lady wears a white stocking and a PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, AUG. 9. Essay on the Character of the Apostles. By Rev. the American public to this Magazine, encourages Schooner MARY, to carry freightor
J. T. 1 roL 12mo. Fifteen Engra ns to renewed efforts to make this favorite to the St.John's .
lack stocking, and the other wears one green Headier. passengers any place or places along
nd one red stocking. The gentlemen are The U.S. MaHSteamer St.Matthews arrives vings. SI; gilt edges extra, 91.50. monthly in all respects worthy of its reputation and Nassau rivers. Also the following places I
and their stockings are of The Beauties of Rer. J.T. Headley. With his Life. of being ,"if required,to wit: St Mary's. St Augustine
reused in shorts Jacksonville
from Savannah
every Sunday, 1 rol. I8mo. Illustrated. 50 cents, gilt edges, The American Talent. Savannah, and Charleston, on as reasonable ten
dance of
ink and purple color. The begins bybe tat leaves every Tuesday.U. extra 75 cents. Organ as can be

gentlemen turning somersets over the lairs S. Mail Steamer Magnolia arrives every Heroines Sacred History. By Mrs Steele. Illustrated The new volume will embrace the writingsof carried.JOHN THOMPSON.

; after which the Indies turn somersets Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves with splendid Engravings. 1 rol.12mo. most of the authors of established reputation Jacksonville, July, 185t. tf

rer the gentlemen; and then the whole partyra every Friday. New, enlarged and revised edition. 91; gilt who have uniformly contributed to its

somersets over each other, promicuouslr Steamer Welaka arrives on Thursday, from edges extra, 61.50. pages, and while new names will continue to be Floats. _

ad miscellaneously. Daring this last named Savannah: and leaves on Saturday. Theopneusty, or the Plenary Inspiration of the Holy added to the already long list of(favorites a UNDERSIGNED, as the Agtot of Ho.

lOTement the performers, with their rariegaeJ Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake Scriptures. By Prot Gaussen, of Genava.Tr&n8lated greatly increased qnanlity of reading will be THE. L.Yi'LEE, offers for'saio
by Rev.E.N. Kirk. A new and en-
costumes, precent all who the have changes of this the Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday larged edition. I voL 12mo. 410 pages; $l. given. In the July number shall commence Ute Thousand nee Hundred and Fifty Acres of:
Those seen
[aUeidescope. Shanty, the Blacksmith: A Tale of Other Times. .THE OCEAN BORN, LAND,
Lace admire it greatly. It will doubtless be By Mrs. Sherwood. 1 vol. 18mo. Illustrated. A TALE OF TUE SOUTHERN SEAS. in fractions of 40 80 acres located
at all of the watering places this sea- Taken from the Records of the Custom House. or 160 ; to be on .
a vogue 50 cents.Lily A powerful sea story, from the pen of S.A.Godma any of the publid lands in the State of Florida subject
1 voL 18
Eatered. of the Valley. By Mrs. Sherwood.
OD. of South Carolina.G. to entry at the Land Off .
6.Brig Jefferson Rhodes; N. Y. mo. Illustrated. 50 cts. Esq., JOSEPH FINEOAN.
Is the Mzhtlazale to be Caved at last 7.-Sch Joseph Marsh,Rogers.N.Y. The Shorter Catechism of the Rer. Assembly of P. R.James will continue his contributions Jacksonville,June 28,1851: tf

The London San of July 11th, states '"on un- 8.-Brig R S Lamson, Lovret,N Y. Divines. With Proof thereof out of the Scriptures and will famish during the next six

laestionable authority" that Jenny Lind and Sig- Brig Hellvillyn, Davis Kennebnnk. in words at length. Per 100, S3. months;a novel of some length,written express Notice Is Hereby Circa,

ior Belletti will be married "on their return from Sch Ben Nevis Miner, N Y. ly for Graham's Magazine. mHAT application will be madd to the Judge of I

panada, previous to the voyage from New York Brig Sophia, Calab. Portland. Extract from Opinions of the Press. ,A Series of Splendid Jlluetrations JL the Eastern Circuit of Florida,by the petitionof
0 Eagland" Brig D. Duffell, Podger,N Y. SACRED SCENES ASD CHARACTERS, Rev.J. John
Thompson and Harriet his wife
the
the Buffalo Courier H Chase N. Y. This work be are now in the hands of our artists, which, will on
A correspondent of- writing Brig Greeley, T. Headley.- may very properly 28th day of July next,. at 10 a.m, at his Chambers
Niagara Falls, says that Miss Linds concert Cleared. considered a companion to the "Sacred Mountains surpass any thing to be found elsewhere in at SL-Angustine, for authority to sell all the

ft aSalo will be the last she will give in this 6. M H Hand New York. ? by the same author. Its object is to illustrate Monihly Magazines. No expense will be spared right,title and interest of their infant children in
Brig Chappell, ,
u>entry, unless it be a farewell one or two in the and "render more life-like" the Sacred Writ- to meet the largest expectations of the public .i and to a certain Lot ef Land, situated in said
ity of New York, prior to her departure for Eu- ings. It is not the authors design to supersede the in this department of'Graham.1OUR county of Duval, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes ttf
tpe.which it is now arranged will be on the 16th DISSOLUTION. Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain PARIS FASHIONSwe Charles Wflley. in trust &c.GEORGE :,
tf August." and become intimately acquainted and per- R. FAIRBANKS
,
At Rochester there was great enthusiasm. At NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,that the firm of fectly familiar with its history, doctrines, and laws shall continue to furnish in addition to June 28,1851. 4t Att'y for Petitioners
ker second concert there were 1,155 tickets sold- if TITUS is this day diseolved to know its truth to imbibe its spirit feel its power other 'highly finished engravings, from the .

Die nett proceeds amounting to $2,700, which she by mutual consent. All persons holding and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize, bands of the best artists. Administrator's Notice.
pberally disposed among the benevolent and charTable claims against said firm, will please present themto in some measure,as it deserves,this treasure,which rery
societies of the place.At H. L. FRENCH, for settlement is indeed beyond price. W o predict for it a circulation All Post Masters and Editors are authorizedto NOTICE IS HEREBY...GIVEN, That four
Auburn she visited the State prison (says the JOHN-M. CURETON, far beyond any of the authors former works. act an agents-to whom specimen copies .from date I shall apply to the Hon.

Llbany Argue) and was conducted through the F. T. TITUS. -The Newt, Jan. 1th. will be furnished desired., Charles F.Fitchett,Judge of Probate of Alachua
S 1851. 9-1m ,for an Order to tell the real estate belong
: encouraging ..orellthe Jacksonville, August county
hops, occasionally speaking SACRED SCENES AXD CHARACTERS Rev J.
TERMS:
ing to the estate of Thomas Clary, deceased to
1 convicts who were permitted by the keeper, author of the Sacred Mountains" pay
T. ,
Hmdley.
}ndcr a relaxation. of the rules to reply. In one THE SUBSCRIBER having purchased the Empire Ac--This work win add greatly to the reputation S3 per annum. 2 copies for $5; 5 copies for the debts of said estate and to make distribution-

f the shops a convict aware of her presence, sent Mills has assumed the payment of all outstanding of the author. In literary ,merit, it more than $10: 11 copies for $20. For $10 we will Bend among the heirs of said deceased.. : ; _. t
the firm of Cureton GEORGE RIDDLE Adm'r.June
and a ehaviag among his fellows on which her liabilities against late equals his "Sacred Mountains. Mr. Headley ex- the Magazine for 5 years to one person.
All claims against said 23, 1851. 4t
sine was written with chalk. The kind interest &Titus. persons having cels in his glowing style and vivid descriptions. His Addrese GEO. R. GRAHAM,
tie exhibited in their behalf seemed to touch the firm will please leave them with McQcEEft MclnTOSH works rich of all the sublimity of Chestnut
are a treasury No. 134 st
hearts of not a few of them. MadUe Lind visited Esq, who is the authorized Agent and Attor- thought, moving tenderness of passion, and rigor I 1851. ,Philadelphia.May.24. Masonry" BricfclayiMg: PlasterIng -

Jso Owasco Lake, famous for its echo. She sung ney of the subscriber.HIRAM ous strength of expression which are to be foundin dec.THE H I
L. FRENCH. '
the echo song there, and was 'enchanted with the 1551. 9 1m all the languages by which mortals declare their PROSPECTUS OF THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of?
Jacksonville, og.3. -
redden with wh1elrbtr"OWD notes came back to minds.-See Daily Globe*Jan.54L the.public that he.is ready to
OF THE SOUTH.
ere RAMBLES AND SKETCHES-By Rev.J. T.Head&y. SOIL do Bricklaying, Masonry Plastering Stucco-

Rctelpe for Snake Bite. State of Florida, County of Nassau: .-We have not for a long time sat down to a Work, &. &. He will furnish plans and
Committee of Pub
book with more pleasing anticipations, or found THE UNDERSIGNED a drawings when desired by persons for whom
Probate Court.AT I
A subscriber writing us from the river, says I those anticipations more fully realized, than in the on the part of theMoacogee and he is engaged to execute work without extra '
children small lad was bitten CHAMBERS JULY 31sT, 1851. work before and know it invite ;
atone of his ,a perusal of the us- we Russell Agricultural Society, respectfully charge. He is well known to the citizens of
> few days !Deeb, a poisonous snake, and in In the Matter of Estate ef Mary E. Sandenon win be hailed with gratification by the many admi- public attention to the following Prospectus I '
Jacksonville as mechanic and
a competent
(fteen minutes afterwards his arm was swollen deceased. rers of the talented author. His ''Napocian and of a Monthly Journal, to be published in *
work he has performed already for citizens
but by a simple reme- Will. hit Manhalf was perhaps as popular, and foundat this tinder the of the above
Petition
most to bursting, very to prote Nuncupative city, auspices
least as many enthusiastic readers as any book of the place, he refers to as an additional eri- -
|ylie was entirely relived in a short tim .- Robert Harrison, Esq. of the that can be mentioned. We think the "Ramblesand named Association. dence of his qualifications.
It sends us the following receipe which may WHEREAS and State has this day filed Sketches" are destined to be as popular at The work will be dented to the interests of "
known and as it be of establish before the and Horticulture Domestic and : T Casts and Mould for ben teatal p IaiI [
|ot be generally may a Petition to prove and me least as any of his previously'published works Agriculture ,
iportance ire give it a place in our column: i Nuncupative Will of Mrs.Mary E. Sanderson late There is not a dull chapter in the work, filled as it Rural Economy. Under these several heads, tering also furnished. JOHN IVERS.

Cotton wood leaves beaten or bruised to of the before named County and State, deceased, with "an infinite variety." The author has ample will be included all that concerns the culture N.B.-To Planters he would say he has much
up ,
and I have appointed the first Monday in October and enough for the employments of his of the the in
hick add sweet milk. Let the person bitten room verge of Crops,the inprovement Soil management experiance putting up Sugar Batteries and
next at m, residence in said county for the taking fine talents to great advantage-and most eUc eI- of the Farm, tbd Garden,the Orchard solicits work in that line confident that fctcsit. .
time it ,
sad the apply
this at same ex-
rick of of said Will
for the task. The biographical
f evidence purpose establishing fully has he accomplished the -
Flower Yard and the House-Keeper's depart. the satisfaction modern
give amplest
ensif elj 1 to the wound.-Picayune. the hearing to commence at 10 o'clock on that day: sketch of the author is interesting and "well \. Charges
It it therefore Ordered and Decreed, That all considered," and adds much to the value of the rent In their connexion with the interests .tie / J. L

Germany persons interested are hereby cited and admonished book which is got up in a rery neat and attractive the Boil, the other industrial Pursuit of the '.bonTille" May 31, 18.51. ly

under to be and appear before me,at the said time and j style by the pu .-Set Portland Transcript, land, will receive,their appropriate attention.
.be Reviied German Diet is fairly way. place, in order that they and any and all of them Dec.lStk- The "Soil of the South" will be under.tLeeditorial Administrator's Notice. ;

lit composed of twenty-one members repre- may contest the same, if to them shall sem fit. Mr. Headley is one of the most promising wri- supervision of,Charles A. Peabody, IS HEREBY GIVEN, That six

>nUng thirty-six States, which hare a popnla- Given nndenny hand and private seal, (there ters of this country, and we have here one of his i Ear, and CoL James M. Chambers. Mr. Peabody NOTICE from date,I shall apply to the> )

lon of 45.675.000 in round numbers,. includthe [L. s.] being no seal of office. ,),the day and year. best books-one on which he can safely rest hisfame. has been for two yean connected with the Hon.Judge of Probate of Dnral county, for a
12,400,000 belonging to the Anstian- first above written. It the unfatiguing charms of pe-I Is .
JAMES T. O'NEIL possesses Agricultural Press and equally distinguished final discharge from the Administration of thelEstate
jcrowlanJs. The oracles conjecture Judge. Court of Probate Nassau county. feet simplicity and truth. There I'a graceful as a Practical and Scientific Farmer and of Solomon Humngham _late of, Said
lut a treaty of ali>nce, offensive and defensive, frankness pervading the composition, which engages Gardener. Cot Chambers is one of the most county of Dura deceased
and Prussia is the the interest of the reader in the author as .
*WeeD Russia, Austria, re-. Orncr Coves or Pson. sr, ) well in the subject. His ramble, about Rome, intelligent and successful Planters in the South. ". B. BdSS, Adm'r.
and Olmutz.A. as
tot the conferences at Warsaw Nassau County. } Paris, and London exhibited a thousand ,limy They will be assisted by an able corps of Contributors May 10, 1851. 6mExecator's _.' "

SmJIIuT.-The N. Y. Tribune I, James T. '.Judge Court of Probate for traits of an ingenious nature, upon which a man of among the practical Farmers and r
1EaLiL the County of Nassau,'do hereby certify the fore- taste will delight to linger. We predict for this a Planters of the Land. Notice..
in
[escribes au serial steamboat now building going to be a true,copy ,from the minutes in .the sale equal to that of any of the authors works I 'Each number will contain sixteen pages of IS HEREBY GIVEN Thai tip
bat city, Urge enough to carry twenty-five above entitled cause.' See New-York Nev with NOTICE
size
quarto ,printed new type on superior \ from date I shall apply to1 th*
Jereons and fuel enough for four hours. The Witness, my hand and private seal, there being The collection is one of which no author need be white and. 'nished to subscribers at Probate of, *
of foe
paper Duralcounty
Hon.
or isaixty-four feet in length, and the float no seal of office this 31st day of T.July O'NEIL,A.'D. 1851.JAMES ashamed. It consists,indeed,of some of Mr.Heidley' the rate of One Dollar per,anum, which most final discharge Judge from the'Administration,Of th* tEstate
ootaiiing tht has the capacity of 65,000 .most brilliant and high-finished compositionsof "
gas s.I IAngast
be in trf
Probate Ac.ll" paid adTaneJ of John late of said county
of
rt>ie feet, with a lifting capacity of 6,500 Ibe.kt Judge -of specimens of his abilities by which he Yeomans

engine is of twelve hone power, and jeryrfecUj 9. ? 60d"? may be judged with the greatest safety to his fame jjr Post Matter*'>re authorized to act as Dun deceased. d ,' i
constructed.WIT as a world-painter and thinker.- &tf New-York Agents; and'.they\may. retain in their hands WM. B. BOSS Et'r.May '

:Administration 'Notice Tribute, Dee. 17th 1819. twenty; -fiTe'per cent of all subscriptions collected 10,1851. 6m_ :, I.

Atin B ArE T.-Dr. Mead a celebrated PERSONS interested are hereby notified, N. B. The above Books will be forwarded to order by them or.if they prefer It. a copy of '

pogl'ua physician, once fought a duel.under ALL \ six months from the date hereof; I shall at the prices mentioned, free of postage to any the Work will be sent to any one twelre months For Sate., : taj
with another eel- of administration of the estate part of the United States,on the receipt of orders, will remit four with
account who names
of Gresham College, my
gatuitouslr
gate present my
irons
the with money. Money may be sent by mail at my SUGAR MILL,with all the ae es* a
rated Galen Dr. WoodwardThey of Henry Hartley, deceased to Honorable A
brother four! dollars. ,
risk for_the application .ef horse, potrar.s
of Probate of Dual county, and ask,for a' airy
and in full dress.
votabatted with small swords, Wood- Judge final settlement with the same, and,discharge from JOHN S.TAYLOR,Publisher j3r All Communications must be addressed, The rollers are of iron, 18 inches.in dialteter) ?d

Tale jour life V said the magnanimous mr administration thereof! -, 143 Nauan-ttrtet NewFork.August l' post paid,to William H. Chambers, Publisher 36 inches in length. Also, two BOILERSy

Tard, when he' bad disarmed and orerthroirnkis .SUSANNAH HARTLEY Adm'x.< 9. ? 2m. of"The. Soil of the South" Columbus GJL measuring 150 and 200 gallons respeetlttlyDelivery .'
antagonist "I will lake:anr ything :from. 6m VAN LEONARD Palatka. .
August 9,1851. at Jacksonville or :; v-j j ,
ou,'! replied. _*. the, prostrate Mead, "exceptbysltw : In Circuit Court: L A WABE. For additional particulars, appl jr-to "W.. ,

Administration Notice' : EASTERN CIRCUIT OP 'FLORIDA.In J.E.HURT, BAKER, Attorney at Law, Jacbo '
of Publication.
when 0111fMrBobb' lLWEBKB AFTER DATE I shall:apply to Chancery' Committee Florida. J:. .
Hr.Bobb DoJdington, .26 1851.. '
Columbus Ga,,April ,, tf. ,
nd before he had succeeded to themorelmpor-" .the" George Herbert Judge of the Pro Matflda Ann Wflford ) MaJ15i1841. ._ .":y._ J.

of 'expected to be bate-Court for the County of Columbia, for Letters : ra. >7 Box. ro& DnroRCX. NEW CLOTHING STORE. Notice. '"bar
patronymic Doddington! of Administration on the estate of,William Mick- Ad DIBl tralor'. .
ent as Envoy to the Court of Spain.. Speak* .Daniel Wilford. ) MODE.Agent, has opened anew CLOTHING '
THOMAS MICKLERAugostJ ,
w shaILta
AFTER DATE
MONTHS
la;. J %..
d the .satisfaction of the Court that GOODS STORE on Bay street
to DRY
njfwith the celebrated wit, George Selwyn,: 18S1. em TT appearing AND SIX
,
it regretted the'IhortDtIS of his name: JL: .the i Defendant,;Daniel Wflfbrd, resides beyond. i one'door East of Mr.J.;Finnegan's, and respectfully present our accounts and roucVjxg to tat.:;
I grandees I understand saidLeytthare the limits of the State of Florida, so that the. ordi, invites the citizens of Jacksonville and the Hon.Judge of Probate for Columbia county:4 ,
Spanish '
JfTne i1. : Ie .Notice process cannot be served upon him:' I surrounding country to come and see for them- Florida,for'a.final settlement,and ask:*'dje. >,
of and nary
a great number think names, nsu 'TS- HEBEBY, GIVEN,:That thirty lays after On motion of. W.M.I ,.Solicitor- for, .ComPIaln&nL' ,telres. You will positively buy your goods in this charge from 'the farther Administration of then* .

rerylong ones: They little jf.ricb.ortumrt'U I JL date application will be made to-the Hon. -:' : new store cheaper than ever yott_did in Jaeksonsonrfllt Estate'tif Archibald Hogan, late of said eon: .
mloe-Babb'Babbl wish I ,
Ordered 'That a be had on the before. .J. MODE.Jane
It it hiaring which All
deceased interested,
bonBtainJudge of the Circuit Court I ty, persona. ,:
aid it in .natural George.in Thomas 'ai the December to -
: lengthen any ,way, facts charged in the Complainant Bill U, 1851.- ; desired to take notice. .
you suggest anything. ;: Eastern Circuit of Florida Concave to sell certain Term'next,of the Circuit Court to b.hold- are. .w u;" -1

"Certainly*replied Belwln:' catl 'yourself real estate tn the County of Nassau,devisedby'Mary'FcrBande.in en at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia Executor's Notice.SIX. Z. HOGANdm'* : ,

TlyBubb" (syllabub> ) .1 .her, ,,last will and testament Provided-n&t a copy of this order be published as. months after-'date:I will 'apply:to the J. ROBERTA' .Ad'. 1

to.George,Stewart.DeWitt,Clinton Stew. \beta' direr for tine'space of three months Judge( of Probate of Dural county,Florida, Alligator, Flay'May 17 t-1S5I. :b. _

FLAX C.-A patent has been taken out ;' ,Walter Stewart. -, ,' and E Tracy,BuwarLmiS2 -- true :THO.DOUGLAS, Judge. ,;.te.-. t be 41iJch.from the Executorship of the No ...! I
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4, Washington for the preparation of this marlal ,;' / ,GEORGE STEWABTITstnral / Test; -B.Seisoso copy >JSS. ,-Clerk. last.Will and Testament of Martha Tison,deed.. *. -_. cer' '

in this country from flax-.some gentle- __ Guardian and Trustee. Jn1y 1J,183k.. -. 'SmNotice _. PENELOPRJIBON Erectttrix.Feblh .' H.A.VINa det&rmh1edtod tiH.arpe +
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Ben having purchased the Intention from Cha. boaTme !I.'J>,185L;*., r *,3tTB ,rr r '.1851 tint .. ,business ai thipUc sA.'peeeoe. .

utter Cltusrn. It Is stated,la the Northern Ii Here i'GlveB :- .X ":' Indebted,to me in any' manner,-, "tteefiL:

apmrthat,this new material can be mixed ''s ..tkiEe 't. ffrfrAT 1 shin petition; the Hon.Thomas Douglas.A ., >iaaft'r-ltoUee.dale shall present ay account to P&11ZPt by the,Itde4 = t Ire oiM ;

tUa' ir1.er eottoa-or wooL'ani iffltde tap Into 'HEREBY.GIVEN,-That_thirty days after Judge of the Circuit Court,Eastern Circuit of 0 CjtS t and,roochers std Adiri i4 tor tf their account and noteth be plated-,

v iby the t1uehl..ao ia.use tot wool* J..cl f' .:WUl be tntadeo:ha HaL Florid tbr Jean to sell Lot 9f 0.19,and one half of the EsUte- *of 'George:S.-,Payne" the.Hon to.otazt Attorney frstiIi;: :- 1 ;.=' .

."'+ad'oottalmaa .et ';I1U woolen' 'rhomaa. uglasJadge a the trareod; Court; Lot so.'IB in the Town of'dII3Ntor;beteegfef tothe ProbatesofHilUborofitf.. County and A COT.' is anthotittt1 a'trltIiit *'v .
of ,
tlsealmatad.'can be prodoaed'f about EasUrn Circuit of Florida;tor leave W sell etr* Di1ui 8amu1.B.Blot .-- -- _.- Judge same to laW to fa11w..M4..U.l. *I
time rourt
the
quaHtr;with woolen,at.Iwscoait'"afii tain real eataUlnthe conaty of Nassau,drrised : ''C1JI"Qti6 J"mClllft.JR'.J8 's.t 'tan. 1 ball ai. fr.\ ei/LdminJ apply tration of the -r lAx.St: ,. uF 'I
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-eettoa,. :alt atwMII.1M time Fist- 1wlarY.W. testa.meattqJatl3ae. .. ;18. .-" t- ... :- .; '.ts. a aid dlteharg Eat te'.,.AH tons vttrmttd It tevrtti '- 7s m7n 11a1. 1Sid b rY. I
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AUlcin the Duval, and Stale of Florida, t"I '
County ._ S ::- # manufacture ."'*A'rT.OBffET.AT LAW, ,formtbe citizens Jackso
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i BY CHARLES4BYRNE.: HAVING received from'New 'York'a snpply of of the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, S':_ ; :'JACXSOKVIU.I, _FLA. .' surrounding try, thit.hehasj .

t3X Type and other material Boitable for Job Printing, double and'single,:at"his usual rates and is April tf ,DIRECT FROMNZW.yper8cOOneTZr1ffe ; a.;,

** **'FELIX MVpfpSTO; *;;!'Editor.: we are now prepared to execute,at the shortest notice ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice.-, ', # a choice '-':-r7
t". .-...-, f' I For the reputation of the Gins, appl1toe !
::4.L 1 ,. \ ITER us: all Pamphlets kinds of Circular, following. Agents, or"to 'those" who haTe them ,BL WMt: Smith &;BL OtJrlen. Dry Goods' Groceries;

" J.. 'Il'f' ADVASC Law Blank, hand Bill, In use: ATTORNEYS AT)LAW' Ware, Crock ryt ;::
DottARS' riR.ASNCM
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Basinet Cards, Show Bills, AGENTS. EAST
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FLOKIDA
I: 'AdveitIsenents will be inserted on the following Visiting.Cards, Bills.of.Ladin*, Ga. ALUQATO, COLUMBIA & COURTT, : which he offers ,for sale atthelow-" -Y.
I Labels, *cn fcc., Ice. Villalonga & Acosta, Centenlllage, M.Whit Smith, Office at Alligator: FOB CASH' OB COUNTRY

.... J r 1; terms! ) D:7: All Wls for work of this kind,to fc paid ondeliM'1f. CaptB.R. Bythewood, Beaufort, S.C. M.O'Brien, 9m.ceat. Newnansfille. the store PlO
; One dollar per square oftwelve lines and under June 14'A. I Scott & DeVeaux, Charleston. S. C. *' at formerly occupied(! by ri '
for thelRratinieition. an ''i j t'. otftrtnsernon.' Toyearly advertiser a liberal discount I Fernandez Bisbee & Co Jacksonville, E. F called to his large and elegant
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will be made McQueen ,,
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03A11 advertisements mnstbe paid for before in- GRAHAM'S .Hoyt & Co.Savannah, Ga. AT LAW, of the latest and most approved ityb
Niblack & Co.
F.
S. Alligator
IJ4s ,
1 ser& on,wiles ,by a regular customer. By referring American monthly Magazine. Lartinger & Harris,EliubethtowJ:,Londes I nrriLL attend the Circuit Courts in the ish. Also, to his beautifuhtockotn..s.
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to OUT terms,the requisite sum may be ascertained County, Ga. V V ,Eastern Circuit; the ,United States GENTLEMEN'S HATS,RE Dr.I'

and transmitted with the ad.ert sernent.j WE congratulate our subscribers, who re ALSO District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme CLOTHING, BOOTS, 8HOE3gl

: j : [Advertisements not marked with the number ceive their books by mail, upon the; of the Court at Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims for Call and examine, before, '
change in the rates postage periodicals. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had : citizens in of Florida against the Government where. EUI'
: I ioiertions required,will continued until forbid I upon want any part, D. Jt I CUQ t
After the first of the Graham's subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons either before Congress -
July postage on I at Washington, Jacksonville, May 3, 1851.
for.33Fite direct to -
and charged ing Gins, or Gins repaired, plense 11.
I Magazine will be butCENTS or at the Departments. -1..: ,
dollars will be charged for all announce Agentsorto S. L BURNS, -
me ita candidates for office. 2} UNDER 500> MILES. St. Mary's, Georgia. n-: ADDRESS, Jadtiojivffle,East Florida. Plantation and .1U1I1.SI '
I t : 5 CENTS UNDER 1500 MILES. May 1851., 6m May 11, 1850, tf Sale. ..-.
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Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : : 7 00 We very confidently look for a greatly in MI WILL DISPOSE OF, atprfrti ;

!, Application for Letters o Administration 5 00 creased circulation through the mail at these AGENCYOF Oscar Hart, : my PLANTATION iS]

n j 03":; All religious notices will be inserted gratui- rates, and trust that our old friends, the Post; OF ATTORNEY AT LAW St. John's river, at the mouth of J '
i 1 Masters, will oblige us in making the fact S. S. j'iTiH'SCELEBRATED creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville
,; uily. available in their respective post-towns. MEDICINES.Used (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) situation is known to be the most beaafi*
admissable communications will
i UJ41l: personal With the next number of "Graham" com practice in the several Counties of the river, and is remarkable for its i

.. I 1.J i; charged as advertisements. mence a now volumo, this number being the by him with d&stvzuUheJfl1CCeS3 in the WILL Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend not a case of fever having occurred tw!

9\ U5: All bills for Job Printing must be paid on the ast of volume thirty-eight of the work. The cure of to the collection of claims against the U.r many ;years. The dwelling is 'paf OII'

: I delivery of the work. onz continued, and still increasing support of Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, States for Military Services,and for Horses lost, comfortable, and calculated fortheaeeeai

I i., Q3: AH communications must be addressed to American public to this Magazine, encourages Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia or other property lost ordestroyed by troops in dation of a large family. The land (abo*j

1 he Editor, pottage paid. us to.renewed efforts to make this favorite Gonorrhoea Piles Female said service. acres) is of good quality, and well adapt,
f -- monthly in all respects worthy of its reputation Also,claims. for Pensions of disabled Soldiers, the cultivation of cotton and cora,"' udi
J. of being Complaints, &c., &c. or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers. fifty acres suited for sugarcane. Tierij

H J.j j GREEN'S The Organ of American Talent. ALSO Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and admirable site for a steam saw-oilli

,H TYPE FOUNDERY The new volume will embrace the writings Dr. S.. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed mouth of the creek, and it possesses,i

. of most of the authors of established reputation Bracts, Inhaling Tubes, and Lectures officers and soldiers. tage of being in the centre of a IeCdua

No. 128 FCLTON STREET, Suit BCILDIKO., who have uniformly contributed to its Consumption and the' Also, will give his attention conveyancing;, country finely wooded with ;yellow .
on
NEW YOBff, pages, and while new names will continue to be to examining Titles! and Records,and assertain- There is a flourishing orange grove e
No, 17 CANAL STREET Row, NEw ORLEANS. added to the already long list of favorites, a: art preserving Life and ing claims to Lands. premises, which formerly produced 43 j.

; --- greatly increased quantity of reading will be Health, to Old Age, AH business entrusted to him will meet with of a thousand dollars a year,and will \

t TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND given. In the July number shall commence Sec., Sfc. prompt attention; and all instruments of writing do so again,judging from the present.
PRL TERS. for tne sale will be executed by him with neatness and and healthy appearance of the
1 I. THE OCEAN BORN, I have been appointed Agent oftho : tret].
confidence I invite the trade, before A TILE OF THE SOUTHERN SEAS. above Goods, and will keep themconstant- despatch.JacsksonvilleJan.. j Post Office at Mandarin is within tvs '

r i. WITH purchase elsewhere, to give me a A powerful sea story, from the of S. A. ly on hand at my Drug store, in the Town of .25, 1851. tf I and their the steamers pass and repass the 1a01lt,

call at No. 128 Fulton-street, New York, or at Godman, Esq., of South Carolina. pen *.".. Tampa, Tampa Bay. ,Fla.. regular trips to and from Savaa
:- No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans.where lam G. P. U.James.will continue his contribu- Dr. L. D. ROGERS. J. lyicRobert Baker Those Wishing to purchase this property,L
ready furnish, them with all kinds of call on, or address by letter, the subscriber]
. tions nnd will furnish
during the next six Bears! Bears Bears !r ATTORNEY$ COUNSELLOR LAW; Jacksonville, E.Florida. ,'[
I, BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE, months,a novel ,fsome length,written expressly WILL purchase all the BEARS' OIL and JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. CHARLES BTKJll

of the newest and most beautiful style. I am for Graham's Magazine. I GREASE that the Citizens Florida will Jacksonville, May 10, 1851. tf
-. also prepared to supply the much admired A Series of Splendid Illvetrations ship to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern

Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scotland are now in the hands of our artists, which will One Dollar a Gallon, the Grease Fifty Cents a Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit .
: a series of these beautiful faces, together snrpass any thing to bo found elsewhere in Pound, the articles must be Pure or /mill most .in Benton and Hillsboro counties of the PENSION AND BOUNTY U. ,
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with every variety of form and pattern of Monihly Magazines. No expense will bo spared positively reject them. I am a good judge of Southern circuit, in United the Supreme court at Tallahassee OBTAINED fat the officers and soMtm JM
and in the
ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE, to meet the largest expectations of the pub them. They must be in their natural state. States District court waror their legal leprtM. *
Florida; and will prosecute claims against the lives. I
lic in this of'Graham. W. HUMPHEYS
department
II Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, United States before Congress and the Depart- Pensions for life for widows of such ocr !
and accuracy of all the Type manufactured by OUR PARIS FASHIONS ments at Washington soldiers who marnred previous lo 1800.

me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in the I we shill continue to furnish, in addition to Nov. 16,1850. ly Savannah, Geo. Being located at Jacksonvelle for lije, he will

!! Union. By an entirely new method in the other highly finished engravings, from the To Post HJaster8--Post Office give his entire and unremitting attention to his 1B3<<>>1fJN Y 1LANlD.'t
mixing and casting lam enabled to retain the
bands of the very best artists. stamps. profession, and all business entrusted to his

j virtues thus to of the component in addition parts of the metal, and All Post Masters and Editors are authorized undersigned, Postmaster at PJoaeani Or.','., care shall meet with prompt attention. For the surviving, or the widows, or"a i

- 11 produce to an elegant, the to act as agents-to whom specimen copies THE ; Co.,-Maryland,was the first person :J. :McllOBERT BAKER. children deceased officers and pnIv'
most in the U. S. who conceived and August 24 1850.
will be furnished, ifdesired. I undertook extensively wio
: served in the .
SOLID AND DURABLE
TYPE
to publish, the idea of supplying all post ot- '
; heretofore offered to the public. To this last TERMS: icss with cheap stamps. All stamps made by him -5- War of 2812, with ,Great Bnitaiat

., feature I would in particular call attention,for $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5; 6 copies for are warrented equal or enpcaior to any other that J. McRobert Baker, Mexican War ; or in of the
solidity and durabilty Type is on the principle $10: 11 copies for $20. For $10 we will .Bend can be procured at the same price, and whenever any
of economy of the greatest importance to the Magazine 5 years to one person. any are sent out in any way defective or nnsati ac- ATTORNEYS AT LAW,JACKSONVILLE, E. F., Han War, since 1790.
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.' tory, duplicates shall be forwarded, notice Terms moderate. where the
all Addrese GEO. R. GRAHAM on ,without NOTARY PUBLIC. claim is ettiiSA
The
.1 typographers. members of the craft ,
charge. All who order a set of straps, WITH otherwise no charge.TheSubacniberis !' "
trill also find me ready to supply allktnds of No. 13-i Chestnut Philadelphia. CHANGE FOR DATES, at Two Dollars only-(for COMMISSIONER appointed ly the following States also!, appointed Agent in tlttfiSiiof t'

;:: .. 1 t j PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE, May24, 1851. thirty pieces)-shall be kept in stamps adlibitom. to take Testimony, Affidavits Acknorcl- II Columbia for the *$.
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Address "Post Master Pleasant Grove edgemeats be used therein
, : Allega- :
. I r for me esiaoiisamenc 01 compieie muting uni PROSPECTUS OF THE Co. Md." British. Commercial Life JnsaraMi
f ,r, ces, such as Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, SOIL OF THE SOUTH. ny Any editor publishing the above(and this notice) Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts: Company

:- f t Brass,Press and Wood Kales, Imposing Stones, 3 times, and sending a copy of paper, shall receive Connecticut,New York, Pennsylvania, Established in 1820.and Tj
Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Big- pay: in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amount Delawi>reMaryland,North Carolina, ment.fur empowered by actoffi
thelrsuraneeofLrrs
. : lets Closet Racks &c. &c. THE UNDERSIGNED, a Committee of Pub f the Bill is orderedor, if preferred South Carolina Georgia Ala- and the endow*
. o a wood engraving of children,id London,New York of
; Oil taken in on the part of theMuscogeeand bo furnished, to order bama Wahiitgt0 4jl
Type exchange for new at 9 wjjl or, an engraved Mississippi, Texas.
"" cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most Russell Agricultural Society, respectfnily invite newspaper head, and design, of the value of Five July, 271850. ly CAPITA $3J OOJOOO_ ( '
..:. ; t liberal terms, and patronage solicited the public attention to the following Prospectus Dollars. June U, 1851. Crnnmumcntions addressed to the"I I "
: !t ground of famishing to the purchaser on article t of a Monthly Journal, to be published in Washington,D, C.,will receive prompt asenci*

with which he will be pleased and which an this city, under the auspices of the above Notice. Philip Fraser, M. THOMPSON
-, I will named Associaiion. Attorney Lam and Commissioner 't
ATTORNEYS ,
COUNSELLORATL4WJAcISOThLL t' ,
bring him the worth of his MONTHS afterdate
;, Editors and Printers money. The work will be devoted to the interests of SIX we shall present our FLA. Deeds for North and South Cantoi
wishing to establish a accounts and vouchers, as administratrixand ; P. S.-Refer.
Agriculture and Horticulture, Domestic and ifnecessary,to the Head cTDrM
i Newspaper or.Job Printing Office, will be furnished Rural Economy. Under these several heads administrator the estate of John Stand- WILL attend to,any professional business menu and Members Congress geotrailj.. i
with an estimate in detail of the cost by lylate Alachua county aud State of to him in the Washington! Cay,Ncverober
.. : will be included all that concerns the culture Florida, Courts of the 1850.... .2a,
; statingsize ecuted.Pablishcrs. of paper and kind of work to be ex o Crops,the inprovement of the Soil, the man- deed.7 to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at ..' -tIn -

agement of the Farm, the Garden, the Orchard, county, for a final settlement i and at the same Tallahassee. He has, also such an advantageous Circuit Court cjiFlorida
of Newspapers who will insert Flower Yard, and House-Keeper's depart time we ehall apply to said court for letters of connection with an able Lawyer at Washington Eastern
this
: I the advertisement three months and send me ment. In their connexion: with the interests of discharge from the administration or said Es- City. as will ensure a prompt and speed in Columbia County/
papers containing itaddresred to"NestttPs the Soil, the' other industrial Pursuit of the tate. All persons interested are desired ,to ;' collection of such claims as may be placed .
Register" New York, will be paid in materials land,will receive their appropriate attention. take notice. PlOY STANDLY Admi'x. in his hands against the United States. NaNcy COOK, .

ofm1.time/the manufacture, provided they purchase six The "Soil of the South" will be under the SEBRON J. STANDLY Admn'r Sept.8th,1849. ly TS f' In Chancery, -rt'r.. .
. .amount oftheir bills for advertiseing. editorial supervision, of Charles A. Peabody, Newnansville. E. Fla. April 5, 1851. JOHN C.:Coox. Bill of Divorce.

. 'I No. 128 Fulton-st H.New H. GREEN York, and, Esqr.,has and been Col.for James two M.years,Chambers.connected)with lr. Peabody the- A GREAT NATIONAL WORK! R. D. Kendrick, IT Appearing to the satisfaction of tteOsithat .. <

No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans COUNSELLOR AT the Defendant,John Cookis, BOB:
Press LAW
and is
Agricultural
I equally distinguished IV AS flING TON sident of the State of Florida,and that las pi
- as a Practical and Scientific Farmer and ? WILL practice in the several Courts of the residence

t : Auctioneers Gardener. Col. Chambers is one of the most FROM STUART'S MOST CELEBRATED Circuit, and in the Counties of It ordered, that isnnkno'wntothecompW the said Defendant *.. '
i intelligent and successful PAINTING. Hillsborough and Benton of the
Planters the South. Southern Cir and '
requested to notice the and cult of Florida. plead, answer, or(demur this Bill 1
ARE following Act They will be assisted by an able corps of Con THIS large In&gnifiCenLFULL LENGTH POR in three :
Assembly. All who desire to have tributors, among the practical Farmers and OF WASHINGTON, from the burinof Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849nov17. months, or.the Same willli, tIeconfessed
their terms extended according to Section of Planters of the Land. an American artist, is considered by all who ; provided publication made jfl
: the Act,must give new bonds. Each number will contain have seen it, to bo one of the most beautiful specimens Wm,' EL ,Tunno order as the law directs. r 3 j
JOHN BEAftD. size sixteen pages of 'of art ever published, and a correct likeness (Signed,) THOS. DOUGUSf.
-. quarto ,printed with new type on superior otWashin on. The size oftho plato is 18 by 28, FACTOR & COMMISSION MERCHANT A true Copy Test,
Comptr l7.er. white Judge.*
and furnished to inches which
paper will
Tallahassee subscribers at make a handsome picture for the
: February 21, 1851. the rate of One Dollar and should North Commercial. Wharf S. SCARBOROUGH*_
parlor be in the -
fc ** per,anum, which must hands of American -
every Feb.1 51>
MM BMr Feb. 14. ',, IMarch 3
-
ly l5t.J
47'jfCTamen&zt be paid in advance. citizen. SIt Charleston, S. C. .
. I rll of the several Acts nom in is a correct copy from Stuart's celebrated original ,
.. 4 forcf relating to the appointment and duties rr Post Masters are authorized to act as Painting, now at the State House, Hartford ,,-"
of
S 4 Auctioneers. Agents, and they may retain in their hands Conn. Harmonic. Institute S' T IM SON & COS

SECTION I. Be it enacted by the Senate twenty-five per cent, of all subscriptions col It is finely engraved. and printed on superior Comer of St. ,Jolien Street and Market.S nare, ,
i House Bepresentativs of the State and lected by them, or if they prefer It, a'copyof plate paper. That it may be within the means of SAVANNAH, GA. NewYorkNewOrleans '&, W
of Florida all, the publisher has .'
; the Work will be sent to reduced the price to ONE "
in General any one twelve months ZOGBAUM. "
Assembly convened. That the tax F & CO., Importers and Dealers bile' 1
,,- upon Auction sales shall be two per centum four gatuitously dollars., who'will remit four names' with DOLLAR.All persons remitting the amount, may re in Music and MUSICAL" INSTRUMENTS, of Express,- : 't

upon the gross amount of sales except on sales ly upon receiving perfect copy by return of mail, every description,wholesale and retail., BY .EVERY STEAMSHIP.:
: of cotton not damaged,upon which) there shall Jir:: All Communications must be addressed, to any part of the United States (carefully put up at Complete New York Bands furnished, and' Dealers supplied '
be a tax of one half of one per cent post paid, to William H. Chambers, Publisherof on rollers made for the purpose,) free of postage. prices. OFFICES :
r: I i <. on SEC Auction 2. ,Belt sales further enacted, That no tax "The Soil of the South YAN" Columbus Ga. Address all orders, (post JOHN paid S.) to TAYLOR the Publisher JUDe 2L ly -J. :H.' :McRORY Agent, Jacksonville., Jr., No. 19 Wall Street, New ,York,.aD4.
shall ,
be assessed or levied LEONARD St.'Chailes Hot
Bookseller and l
r' by Publisher,l43Nassau.st, N.Y Building, N.Orlei
any county or incorporated town R.A WARE. S ,
I or city in this July 5. Bounty Land & General M bile
'
Agent *
Agency M. BOULLB
r State,greater than twenty-five J.E. HURT, : .
.
: per centum ..-"'
.
: on the.State: tax. up Committee Publication. 'ICE! ICE WASH NGTON. C JSEvery attention paid to the coil
r' Columbus Ga,, April 26,1851.Executor's JOSEPH T. : Drafts,-Notes, &c. b'
SEC. 3. Be it further SUBSCRIBER possesses WALKER, Will .
give
enacted, That all rUE a Receipt to ena- SS
. Auctineernrho have heretofore been 4 'Notice any person to make Ice in"any climate prompt and. efficient attention to the,;BOUNTY '- .J-
,
,. : ,1 ted appoin with but little expense or trouble. The LAUD CLAIMS of office and'soldiers NOTICE.
to law
according and is .
; tnontbs'after 4ateI process engaged in ,
not SIX will, apply to the simple, and be the late '
can Florida
accomplished War /
by the or'either;
limIted
expired and aULuctioueerswhoshau i most of
yet the
Judge Probate Indie 'j JBhave
" hereafter :- fDnvalcounty? ,Florida, understanding;, so as to produce from even Wars in which the United States I appointed T.oiioUQ: : ourtfi*,
: oeappolntedahallhold there office during to be discharged{ from the Executorship the warm water,in tho hottest climate, a ice the have been en\ ;w,. eral Agent and Attorney to settle Ji
I pure ,equal gaged, or Warjvith ,
Great
t sppo1ntmentPrord th.riodofa1xyears: .from,the date ottheir lust Will" and- Testament Martha Tison, deed in every essential' to that formed by natural causes. and to any description of business Britain jot_181 J?. and all business in the name of Palmer&Tid
That all Auctioneers PENELOPE TISON The luxury always having at one's requiring an To'collect '
will and
:Executrix. in.the receive all debts due the fir*
S appointed, by Governor during the recess of F "15th 1851 '6mNotice. heat of summer, a pure and delicious ice, will readily Agent or Attorney Washington. For proca Palmer & Ferris -
r: tht General Assembly,shall hold their office be conceded; and its advantages, hi cases of- ring land warrants his.charge will be:$5.. In orotherwise, also, by Bond-Mortp, ....
; only nntil the end ofthe session sickness, cannot: be too greatly. prized. other Oases it'will be proportioned : for: Darius Ferris .
I of the By, this to the "
Gene "
nature
All
" ral'Assembly next after the date of theirappointment. S IX months after date shall present ac- same process warm water can be rendered,delightfully and difficulty of the case. persons' having demands against,1 .
, : counts and vouchers, Administrator my of cold in about 5 minutes,'and ice creams, with 'He will also act in connection with &Ferris or Darius Ferris -deceased. wilL:.

J' [Approved by the Governor Jan. 13,1851. the Estate of George Payne; ;. to the Hon many minutes.other luxuries,,can- be,made in from,10 to 20 ttorneys, in Florida who may:be employed'in Agents or all sent the same to,T.-0.Holmes for.paymtaU|
f S -. -' : Judge Probates of Hilteborough Bounty nd and oth claims persons indebted Palmer & Ferris er4
S I shall at the same'time County,and The following notice of this great,discovery, .. .is be ,on' terms, which rius Ferris are requeste4 to call [
T.O.J
to agreed o
: :. apply said ('om'for taken from the New York Sun:,* may upon Letters (which, should; for settlement --
NOTICE.ISTEAM a discharge fram ,the: Administration of''th< "A Real : : be post-paid) frill 'receive immediate''atten and makeTpayment. ,1!
said Estate.' ,All Luzury.-Dr. James R.' ,Wilmington ; SARAH
: tion t P
84W-MIZLFOR SALE. persons interested are desired Aug; 171850 _, FERBI.
to produces an artificial process tfCfcarleaJDeWaaljL '5' -
talceoticf. pure and solid Ice,S : 5. :tdm'
I : ; _. ,_ from warm water, in the heat of .. oID.Fni sd '
SUBSCRIBER- 'ffergor i *"
rjTH : summer,Jn less ,
sale : :
.
on tea.t JOHN than half an hour., .x'DAVIDL.PATYRR..r'
X.ct onable termshis'STEAMSA _____ __ DARLING. And.he can render a barrel of __ '. :: -" ,
lacuoZlIDe.JQ' -
W-MILL water as cold ice T. :
4ND1f4CHINEy 4drniniitr tiiT as itself, a yery few minutes.Tsiuti .- _. .. 950.. 'U,_ .
,
at Carey's Ferry, Du. Tampa, FUu, Sept. 28th,,1850.-,oct.1 This dIse vrymustbe otlmmoDBQ she to An'UJ'-. AUCTIONEER> '' '
''' "
alooiintyFIdrlda- 5-
| EngIflc1s2O horse big So..n. -& yo:1:;''.'... r-'J" ..... .F1 ida-
: -
\-4 House:
lf o.1rru .. Porw.eaYr-
-a.i B. |
: .
,S .! powervio boUers. 24 inch teet'I; cvlender' 3651n., 3feet, dILmeer'stroke,;and 2 ;OLD i 'IBOK! ,*BRASS 'COPPER. .structtdn* This' receiptL.! 'which"ion'tain$',full'in.. T :rlr HAT.tSIn any part of the County; : t 1._ JCjuc ahove.well known'.iro ('

S .5 comPlete order/and ng. ,'. ; all in t :LWANTED.: : '" wate-ndumerou foma&IzIjce4jc: \cr ams, cooling 10 and1"espeetuU1.o1Jcited..e.: attendedJacksonville 't ..Je4 in Jhe cit.yott.Auns, beM,
for
adl Imniediate otli .
use "pKBBONS having old'Iron,Brass i& forwarded toorder rusefatuiat.niwifl' bi. :/ May tf 1848: 0\ : ,perfect order:4a for rent %- necs.>.P
: ; oLlopper for T"o"l>oll 'addle88 -
!: S : tJi' "
I1II .
2J@SfifflS8lj! -.The''EDJini Vgy -b.to.dIspo *i --i ----.i* -S--- ft .. _" t rW4WIOIIoUO. ..... flaxthturs.. ,. "f, _.1
le t 4 llJ LII' '" f..JfU1JDd.: "S -.i.Dt.nsK"WILMINGTON1 "" c 'i" n t J on: .18-'lOIr1". -"' ., .. ._ '& tr.t"tI,
<< Alet .it : : ,
iaU'th ; .. .
tea7 .brrJ 'j.'f.
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& "
jo: f & > p. 7 C1OhT1Ue, Fla., :and ." :One Agent only will fco : 'I : f..
Jj' A For"
S
\ 4 prices for. the / ',teetT'; ,e"lAJ: and Appointed in eachcountv 1tTRI3sOPPrCF: saJe, :
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t' ..t :* 1 5EQEOEl3ItONET ;which thtt,wmtesctrelrcopieioX rj i :O X4 ,
.. Ja\k\1t.tJI.. JOJ hi u f tf.1.:;,;:. U iMayl;* : ..... Proprietor. let,' ont&1u th :pamp& Moment t of ladies tE JD iutac1Ut.1ao"'a: '_
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