The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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"hJmm11itJ. cannot,conceive how; cotton can be benefited Liberal -
.And that dark and Northern cloud, by being topped alter It has ceased to grow:. AI i-1iaDt'Ot' : whom, tU first was to when reached di famine, ,The Arc.hbiJhop.ot. Cinclnnstr In yep.1
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remarked befbre some discretion to time is Observatory- the second costum and the 1 can ot dru y't .
.-Thenderfaj;now against us loud, as neces mowed/down/ the peaceful in- IYaA .ltJI
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Southern shroud IVY to.be exercised fax performing#his operation. plan Hotel dec habitaag.and aarlbortughi and Prince hIm in t eveiicle. On arriving near e'lc..I
inn become a 'RM> Eugene
':" Cotton 4] feet high well branched from the ground eive three gentlemenyonrseu'replied L the cat the royal to fold, ie descended without support. At'olib
army pieces on the
Shroud of chivalry up and fall of bolls and squares should be toppedby gin gi iiiA w. are"dancing, M. ae Colbert One day the death.leU tolled from frontiers conftni: presence and immense murmur arose from tic i
the 20th'Jury,although it may bid fair to groW will nor for our':glory;p08rait) will foyer tower' ,u tae Rue St.' a < crowd. He walked witi'tis head erect and
Let.us then that cloud defy, 6 feet high. I allude to uplands 'generally la the be the wiser Only, in order to decorate these files of female Omelitea Jacques, and two long firm step to the'scaffold. His features a I
While therein lightning in our sky Southern and Western States I consider tktmutruand bare bore, to her last were
walls hare the goodness to send to the pale but calm. His beard which'
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boll that crt on stalks at the tim wle11h1g ra their Wet
tie and
Boise ,storm and it by manufactory of the which hATe cut since his 4
sweep thy in lout ,Gobelins yon D1 trial was long;
are topped, entirely safe, to far at I
Back from'whence it sprung. they are dependent epos tM toil and atvtotpAtrtfornpport. i JUst established,for some of the beautiful tapestry When the last oflces were finished and all open on his breast 'He wore''b'kdr.'hcat.he'l

If we would oar country save, .' n is argued bl some thai if the weather which you praise sohl bly.' tie nuns had retired to their cells an,old white stockings and had. oj BQiind. ill bsc> .

: From a dark eternal pare should be wet about this time or immediately Accordingly, ta the utter-despair of:La!- Febbe1& beside ke quietgraTe., man,Hi shoes.,.,. ,_ iS4al! scaffold ie inspired a vial,
after it that it would it to sucker tre the ball took place in the Ao d-
was topped, cause ,, greenhouse,metamorphosed raised dembmCedthearchl1t o and the
a alai bad
Let us now the danger vase which of vinegar, I
and thereby prevent It from boiling. -I han never ,as if by magic,into a TIlt gallery. peel glared em the stone;,ie took from beneath Dean of Bainte Wandru. He then kissed tie
Ere iU,dirge_be lung. that the else cm land that was well adapted
yet illumined.:by a thousand l lustres sparklini its
wthm.Mhdt visible
k the steps
TtrMa *.A>' ails; --and ascended without c
to its growth,that had proper distance and had amid flowers, and precious stones. Each fragrant and murmured in a voice firoicenroy* sobs:_
y emotion. On the
Yes! ere Federal place and gold been judiciously cultivated. If the wed is well reaching platform'he placed
bore wax-lights amid its 'Poor heart 1 Poor flower I'
' orange-tree himself the and the executioner .
boiled and has plenty of distance to admit the air near plank,
BUM up traitors in our fold and sun about its roots, there need be no appehen branches, and many lovely faces gleamed The old man was Le Notre; and the Carme- proceeded to strap him to it. This' operation

As our lathers did of old, lion of suckers from topping-.o far at least te hat amongst the flowery thickets; while bright lite nun, berried that morning, WAS Sista lasted nearly five minutes, and whilst it was in I

Let us strike the blow, come under my '. eyes watched the footsteps of the mighty master Louise de la M seritorde, formerly Duchess de progress,ie several times turned his head roundto

Strike oar borders to defend, No injury from topping can certainly result to of the revel. The cutting north-east wind IA Valliere. look at the crowd. One of the executioner's
those large luxuriant, succulent stalks that se m blew outstde ,wretches shivered on the
Though the Union we should rend j ; poor assistants haying begun to attach the binds I
to be stimulated of emulation to toner
by spirit pavement but what did that matter the
And invading foes we,send above their compeers. Such, we think are always court danced and laughed amid trees and flowers [Prom Galignam's Messenger July 2L] very hastily, he said"Don't -
the shades below. benefited taken down ft button-hole lower. go so quick; I Lave half an tour to
To by being and breathed the soft sweet summer air? Execution el Comet de Became fir Murder.It .
The laudable spirit manifested by Mr.WILLIAM spare.
Maria Theresa did not mingle in the scene:: was rumored at Mans on Friday that the
Shall submission stain our name? RUTHEKPORD, Jr, endeavoring to test the efficaei To another, a moment later, he obsened-
. of topping cotton as reported by him in the South timid and retiring,the young Queen fled from Count da Bocarme was to be executed on the "Don't fasten the bands so tIght:.'it. is use. J
Shall we yield up honor's claim? ern Cultivator, is worthy to be imitated,and oho the noisy gaiety of the court, and usually re following morning. The public did not at first less' .

' Shall we blush with coward shame be persisted for a series of years by planters generally mained with her aunt the Queen Mother. On believe that the sentence would be carried into He then looked up at the knife with a sort of

e When the strife is o'er? until its effects .are thoroughly understood this occasion, therefore the ball was presided effect so soon; but the orders sent to the gendarmerie astonished 1 o.by. When he was fastened to

l Better that the ocean's tide and have established.I said this to make it over by Madame Henriette, and ,by Olympia and the revelations of the employees the plank,be" calmly placed his head in the
f enough upon subject Mancini Countess of Soissons. The La of the prison proved that ,the
gentle rumor well
was executioner then made and
the a signal
Oer' our land in storm should ride, my duty to aid in this investigation, which it is my groove; ,
I And the South beneath it hide purpose to do: and if what I have said should be Ytlliere kept, modestly in the back-gr mnd,. founded. Friday was market-day, and the tie knife fell. '
the means of inducing others to engage in these experiments until espied by the King, beneath the ,magnolia inhabitants of tie adjacent villages who attended Five minutes later a cart,'whIch were the
I To be known no more. I shall have accomplished in this com which her companions had so recklessly it, eagerly spread the important news on bloody.remains of de condemned, placed on

" SPIRIT OF MARION. munieation all that desired. despoiled of its flowers, and which had cost their retun home. straw in a coffin,left the square.In ,
r Respectfully, them-their exclusion from the/ste. At six o'clock on the morning of Friday the the sittting the Chamber of,Bepresen*
t B.A.SORSBL The next moment the hand of Louise trem- director of the prison of Mona went to the cell tatives of Belgium on Friday, the following

SBr cuIturaI. C'ol UTIW'lUGa. bled in that of her Sovereign ; for Louis the of the condemned, and announced to him that letter to the President} was read- ,

Fourteenth had chosen the maid of honor his appeal had been rejected by tie Court oi "M.Ie President-I beg leave of you to er
for his partner in the dance. At the close of Cassation Count de Bocarme was plunged in-
lttllautOul. Which I feel
From the Soil of the South.Topping the evening, Le Notre, who bad .received private to stupefaction on hearing, this. "It is impossible.7 : press to my colleagues relations the regret with them,but cir*. f .
Cotton. orders, brought forward his favorite rose: he, ejaculated. And it was observed in my ,
1 Mr.Editor: As the time is, or soon win be when The History of a Rose. :: treetransplamtedintoarichlygildedvase. The that tie blood rushed to his temples, and that cumstances force me to address VISAIT my Bar resigcatioa. ms."
I the advocates of this system will have to look to I his face to the Chamber. COUST DK
criminal became
poor man looked like a approachingthe ordinarily pale excessively the
r the height oflhelr cotton stalks, I have concluded The moral of the following trait of Royal place of execution. He laid the flower on red. After pause of some ,hebegan .I [The writer of this letter" is the uncle e
to introduce the subject to the notice of your read. life in France lies in the illustration it affordsof wietchcd man executed.
I a raised step near the throne; and on the front to speak of his petition to the King for pardon.
ers-Jnot but with with the the'expectation and that belief it will that speak some for of "the good old times. It is abridged from the of its vase every one read the words which had Tie,director told him that he hid little to expect .
itself hope .
those who are interested will speak for it, either French of Eugene de Mireconrt. formerly set Olympus in a flame-Tothemosl' from that quarter. A strait waistcoat was From lit Ancient City.

or ton. I ray this much for the reason that The gallery parallel the course of the beautiful I then put on him, and ie,was left under'tit FlerUau -
pro I know it is regarded by many as a mooted question Seine, and which joins the Palace of the Tuil- Manyrival belles grew pale when they care,of three turnkeys who had been charged We find,tie follcwingut remarks in the i
or at least of doubtful policy but that it is leries to the Louvre, was .d pecl-1Jr W11P; heard the Due de Lauzun-ordered by Louis to I to watch him since his condemnation., June No.ef that excellent work the Western

sufficient magnitude to induce experiments and bert de VOnne and finished towards the end oi convey the precious ros3-tree into the apartment After a while the condemned asked to see the Journal edited by Messrs. Tarver& Bisk at St.

elicit investigation.As 1663. On the 15th of January, 1664,Louis the of Mademoiselle de la Yi iere. But Le Procureur du BoL That functionary went to LouIs Mo We regard the destiny Florida
I am rather stuck in the faith, or have betome Fourteenth descended into the vast green- Notre rejoiced for.the fair one gave'him leave to the prison at eight o'clock and read to him as fixed by tie law of nature,and its tropical
the the I that it
is not in a proselyte to to show otyt faith\iy regret my works.I houses, where his gardener Le Notre, had col- to come each day and attend' to the. ;welfare- 0 of tie judgement of .tie Court of Cessation bywhich position and fertility cannot be tooiigily estimated .
hare been my power influenced or prompted my to top cotton 'lected from .all parts of the world the rarest his beloved flower. ; his appeal was.rejected,-and the day and in view of tie' future progress'of this

for several years on account of some of those general and most .beautiful plants and flowers. Theto the favorite a ionrof his execution fixed. country. The causes which have hitherto con
principles or laws which uniformly govern vegetable The air was soft and balmy as that of spring mysterious talisman by which she estimated The Count received this terrible intelligencewith tributed to delay the development of its resour

physiology, and which must be familiar to time in the south. At the right of the great the constancy of Louis the.Fourteenth. She mostjmed calmness. ,"I, only; ask one i I ees are rapidly disapearing, and we hope tial
the most indifferent and careless observer I allude Monarch stood Colbert silently revolving gigantic watched with anxiety all its.changes of vegetation thing 'tie Procureur da,Roi,"and the want of indutry'energy and Intelligencein
to the fact that all trees either shade, fruit, projects of state;,at the left was Lau-. trembling at the fall of ft leaf and weep that is,that you will take care that the fatal our people may not be numbered against us.,
or ornamental as well as vines plants&&, are and materially inn, that ambitious courtier, who not possessing ing whenever ft new bud failed' to replace a knife should be thoroughly sharpened I have With present facilities we can supply tie mar*
,influenced by the operation of topping tad to discern royal hatred under the withered blossom. Louise tad yielded her read that in certain executions the knife had ket of the North With the predncts of OUT very

pruning.In topping, one of the effects is to check and mask of court favor, was afterwards destinedto erring heart to the dreams of love,-not' to the to be dropped several times because it was not nal gardens,while theirs are bound with fl oil

change its growth from a perpendicular to a hori expiate at Pignerol, the crime of being more visions of ambition. 'Tender,and ashamed of sharp enough; and the. very thought of that I. and snow; that we do'not open this rich mine
totital direction; and where fruit does not exist amiable and handsomer than the king.' being so,'as Madame de bevigne has describedher makes me shudder." pf wealth is our own fault. With a mild tem

the growth of the lateral branches would be greatly 'Messieurs' Aid Louis, showing to hit com- the young girl mourned for her fault at The Procuraur du Boa promised to comply perale clime fertile soil, abundant sources for i
augmented. But where it docs as on cotton panions a long and richly-laden avenue of the foot of the altar. Remorse puiiished her with what he considered the last wish of a dy- replenishing and fertilixing the poorest lands,

stalks (the subject now before to) the sap is concentrated orange-trees, 'are not these a noble present for her happiness; and more than once has the ing man. And ie added that the condemned we have the means of becoming-prosperous by

or flows more freely into the limbs it, and and eonse-enlarges from our ancient enemy, Philip the Fourth, priest, who read first mass at the chapel of had now nothing else to do on earth,than to occupy horticultural pursuits to almost any. wtent.
its hold to '
qtently strengthens well hastens the maturity of the fruit. now our father-in-law 7 He has rifled his own Versailles turned at the sound of stifled sobs himself with the salvation of his sow ARTICLE'VIFlvrUm

This position as as I think, will not be denied.In wardens to deck the Tuilerics; and the Infanta, proceeding from the Royal recess, and seen "That," said the Count ". the, affair. of a / ; Its Sofl and Pi'edneta'

vines also the same effect is produced. An ire hope, When walking beneath these. trees, there a closely-veiled kneeling} figure. priest Although settled by Europeans at an early
example of which was reported in the Columbus will cease to regret the shade of the EscuriaL' The fallen angel still remembered heaven. The Abbe Andre, chaplain of the prison,and ,r.period in the, history of this 'continent yet
Enquirer of the 22d tot in the water melon raised 'Sire said Colbert gravely, 'the Queen Thus passed ten years. At their end the the AbbeDeschampes .dean oft St. Wandra; Florida still remains in tie C condition of anew

by Mr. Swift. In that instance the vine had been mourns a much greater loss--that of your.Ma- rose-tree might be seen placed on a magnificent were sent for. The latter was accompanied Country. Containing no mines of the precious

shorn of its lateral branches as well as topped, jesty's.affections stand in the Palace of St.Germain;;f but despite Archbishop of Cinnatti, (in partibus,) who. metals possessed litte attraction for the more
, and exhibited have been when taken I saw from it two it,)melons one ,of(which lParbleMP exclaimed Lauxun,gaily; in orderto or Le Nbtre's constant care, the flower bent is distantly related to the Bocarme family. enterprising, Spaniard tie sixteenth century .

might weighed 51 pounds the other 43-making 94 IbSw- lose anything, one,must first have possessed sadly on its blighted stem. Near it the Duch- The Count was left alone with the Archbishop and the midness, its climate was not calculated

equal to nine averaging nearly 10 J pounds. If noadditional it. Now, if I don't mistake> Las de la Valliere (for so she had just been created ; but In spite of the prelate's exhortations to inspire the few emigrants who settled on

number of bolls, however are gained by 'Silence M. Le Due. M. De Colbert, my ) was weeping bitterly.Her he refused confess. This was about aid-day, the coast with the spirit of induct'. '
topping, their increased size and weight win give marriage was the work ofMatarin-quite suffi- most intimate friend, Frangoise Athenais and it was resolved to leave' him for- a time to A few trading towns contained tie Pthcipart

some advantage hi time and labor in saving the cleat to guarantee that the heart was not con- de Montemar. Comptesse de Montespan, enlerrf -, his reflections. .' : of the population of East and West Florida

crop as 2 is to 9, in Ibis instance. salted: and exclaimed, 'What, weeping.Louise! At one o'clock ie asked for dinner. A basin when they were ceded to the United States;
I am inclined to think that this subject has attracted without. the tabouret of a fowl and some cauliflowers were y
and The minister bowed, replying.'As Its[ not the King just given ,yon soup and since tie cession many causes have. opera-
less attention, thought, M. De continued the fresh of his love P supplied. In compliance with his request a
than connected with the management of the to you, Lauzun,7 as a proof ted to prevent its'settlement. Some of tieso
crop:any and it is yet to be determined whether it is ting, 'beware henceforward, how you forget Without replying, La Valliere pointed to her poundof cherries were afterwards broughtand.; have c ceased; ,but others remain,which can on-.
sot the malt important It is conceded by those that Maria Theresa is Queen of France, and rote. Le ate the whole.Somewhat 1 Ii be. removed by the growth and progress of
who have-investigated the rise and progress of the .hatthe nature of our feelings towards her is 'What an absurd superstitioncried Madame later in tie day, he' displayed improvement in tha States. Florida is remote'

bon worm that the fly first deposits their eggs in not to be made a subject of discussion.1 de Montespan, seating her friend., "Tis emotion, and wept several times. At last he from the great highway of emigration from East y

I the extreme points or ends of the limbs where they 'Sire, forglT*my-'. really childish to fancy that the affections a consented to receive spiritual consolation and to West there are no great rivers flowing from
I hatch eat in a few hears .radars,'as the weather Enough I' interrupted Louis, approaching a Monarch should follow, the destiny of a flower. ;'at four o'clock confessed. A little before he' other> States; through her--territory, affording

may tkeir fiver their operation; and afterwards indicate shape nan,:who, unmindful of the King's presence Come, child?she continued,playfully slapping l saw'\hrough' railings of the arfotft Dr. ,commercial soul social communication with her

This eonrse as led the youngest to'the suggestion boll may that if every lad taken off his coat, in order the'more easily the) fair mourner's hands with her tan you Vlathys an assistant surgeon of the military 'nel:hbo and, !tttmtl:11re1"e the climate
discovery tall flowering shruK know are always adorable and why sho'd hospita\ and he supplicated him,c in a faint 'habits the
limb and branch of the stalk was topped and destroyed to prune you more conducive to of industry, peo-
at 0*certain period,of,the year say 10th This was the celebrated gardener, Le Notre. iron not be always adored V nice to come and speak. to iim. Doctor," pie of Florida could not be expected keep

July,the worms might not only be arrested, bt Absorbed in some unpleasant train of thought, Because another nu had the art to supplant said ie, "come' ,I pray you yon have been so race with the improvements of tie age. r r./

perhaps entirely .exterminated. The idea wasscarcely he had 110t heeded the approach of visitors,and neJ' kind to me, and I have so much need of you But, happily for Florida, its climate and pro-

more than conceited before it gave rise to continued to mutter and grumble to himself Athenais bit her lip. Louise had at length no".', d[actions are calculated to minister tit com I
a speculative feeling, and some individuals were while diligently using the pruning-knife. discovered that her pretended friend was seeking ''Yol1S eerle Comp" replied Dr. Mathys fort and gratification fcf tie inhabitants of tie

engaged in the West winter and spring before head last for 'What I.are we out of humor P asked Louis. to undermine her. On the previous even- "the requisitions of the'prison prevent me from Middle and Northern States and it win not belong

ia visiting efficient and charging band that planters worked dollar in the a trop for Without.resuming ,his coat, the gardener sag the King had convened for a long time complying with your request," ", it is only, before facilities of commercial and social

every disclosing the secret As the terms 'were conditional cried eagerly ''Sire justice!, This morningthe with Madame de Montespan in the Qneen's tor'a moment that I ask you to come." "Til intercourse will be opened between the Penin

"No cure, no pay"-many wealthy planters Queenwager's K maids of honor came Lpartments. He had 'greatly enjoyed her ask. the- permission of the director,of tie pris- sums and the great West by meau of railway,; -

were induced:to give their notes payable the Either, and in spile of my remonstrances, did mimi of certain court personages; and o n." and, Florida is destined to become tie winter- ,
ensuing 1riDter' in 'infinity of misehiet See this: American when La Valliere had ventured to reproach him "Ahthank, lou" replied the Count and endeavor and spring garden of this region. "

Th?discovery, if true,,could not at an time be magnolia, the only on*your Majesty possesses. tenderly, he hadrellied". ". to learn if the knife be sharp., have ,. Tie rich luxuries of Augustine and of

practiced without serious detriment the to the erOTWThe > (Veil sire they cut off its finest blossoms s.neither liouue,you are silly; your rose-tree speaks read thai people suffer after.the head is cnt'' 'ampa-.whether of the garden, the orchard,' )
conclusion inference is, that fly deposits me-is that 7" The doctor answered
or could them.- mlruly when it calumniates me P fell so be transferred by railways
nor roses escape or the ocean-can
stated above oranges
and their if not ees destroyed by or before then it the would time avail nothingtf Happily[ I succeeded in hiding from them.mr, ,None but Athenais ,to whom alone it had I iat;tiat was avulgar- error' for tiat death was to the market in Si.Louis in less than two days

dene afterwards, so far at least as the tat crop oferasfe favorite cnild--my beautiful rose tree which been confided could have betrayed the secret. instantaneous. "Come and see me again said and in less.than two more they may reach Pan, a
eeneeraed might be practiced in tune I[ hare nursed'with so much care, and which And'n'iw,at tke entrance of her rival,'La Val the Count.. "I will. return to-morrow'/'anawer- .bins on our northernjbonndary.;' '

fbrtheseeevd., will lire for fifty yean' ,provided tore betaken items hastened to dry up her tears, but not so' id- tie doctor. '. Looking forward, to this state of I things I
The ebjecttem this mode of,topping in July. not to allow it to produce more than one'rose !speedily w to prevent the other from perceiv The condemned from this moment gave Kayo which we consider, comparatively near at' I
arises eut el the Tact that the cotton at that time and Hldisruised ; no"emotion From time to time,however he of North
in the season.* Then,pointing to Ute plant of II in[ $ them. Her feigned career and. we regard Florida ash Italy 1
is frequently quite smaH-not large enough on some Louise letcrsee would'ask what clock it was,and seated himself -
which he spoke Le Sots continued:, .1riahe tone of triumph, provoked to imerica; and though less grand in ita physical.atlines .
lands or indeed oa any lands when kept back by ft Ted -Sire! ,Hitherto) I have b : that she'discerned treachery.. Bat like child on tie knees of one of tie turn- yet it is more'abundant,pe psin'
late spring, drought,bee,Ic,to reduce to a stand inndre had ,
whom .ie taken a liking. In tie
shaft to
vex; aad,If soeh limbs as tad formed,AS wen'as I saved it from pillage$'but L protest,to your. Mhenais pretended not to feel that the keys the appliances of comfort and luxury. "
,eau aimed at her.: -i j ..> evening he all at once'sid to the turnkeys,as of the'Mississippi to con-
satin stalks were topped it weald destroy all hope Majesty if anch conduct be Imagine the valley,
p. ',,-> .-I Come<5omeP interposed, the Monarch, ;'** 'Supplant you dear Louise she said in a if by sudden inspiration will give each of" tale 100.000,000 inhabitants and every fertile I
or5i1it1efmakiDg.cre I heard of BO plant, must not be too nard on young girls. They are- tone of surprise; 'it would be.difficult to do you 100,0001; if you will allow'me to escape acre of Florida will'be put in requisition*
experiment, though like butterflies and love flowers? that) I should think,when the King is wholly The Procureur du Boi and iis clerk returned apply;them with southern fruits and early k
they had obligated to do so' Admittta this uc1ftWaf 'Merbteu/Sire,'butterflies don't'break boughs leveled,to you I', 7 it 10 cloak in tie evening to the prison. After egetables. L'. tuneeted'witli

utility, as here'recommended ft tenet i ; I Rising.with. a, careless airs she approached, ,their departure tie,condemned;asked for the Northern -and Western
Conclusive mind that it would not be profit. and earorftttgt/ ;;
ably my tf dOM whoa the cotton was;likely i Louie deigned to smile at his.gardener's re- the,to4J&-tree, drew from her:glove an almost. something to'eaL One of the turnkeys psent- tatesby railways Florida;will attract visa
employed '
cal- invisible phial and witharapldgesture,pttrredm ed.him some biscuits and a glass o! wine and from 'part of the Union, ,who
M leek too fceeiy which eotaetimes happens from 'Tdl.us.be aid., **<> fWeretha umbers every
m4iekms} planting, or in rich n bottoms, er from. Ppritel' : 'J ..' '}. pvtracteiwetspeUs. : : 'All /it.die Bire.YesJ:- > no.. I am wrong.. 'tiny flask contained. I T omecierries, ",' -' luxury of a winter season where frost is almost
IB Upping cotton the usual:way-which !s sun-! :rkereiras"ond creature, as: treah'. .andlovel' This..was,the third .time Vthst Madame de From thin time up to the arriTalof, tie exeiutioner. unknown.'r'

.PIT M t&b.ff the top tad of' the main stalk about si Ibis fiery young rose,'who-did not imitate Monte. had, practiced,this unworthy ma .;:the condemned,remained inconfarslice ; Wd'co the following f 'notice of tie eIiutr 1
eae inch or one and a half ia'length I am goy: unknown*to the"sorrowful)favorite, witi his confessor,and displayed the some : '
tried tesonfcrtiiiiCwUM' tler
child 'hdI
cotton than the her companions. The.poor enD noeuvre, lOil8 and productions of :Florida ;
.1Hn by the eenditten of did the Court of,AsisesT -
would prouad as ie before _
b1sid1lO1II rival well flew calm
: dheri-were as m : .
should ban*fixed pert- **. tearing my who .4J1& Citr..her.bcl it credited totla l
wane efthe There
year. .
the infidelity of the Sing only tt'the T ; '.
T "
ielievc r *
et as d tha latter as we are ftwart that the weed lowen r'ti Louise y CoDtraotfoaWUle scaffoldamencedby "Jackreasietio1? rrose.j e
er ere,varies accenting 'to circumstances,,or,inftir 'U".ru Sademobclle da laValliere,' said ,testimony D. his predous .. J. J "At taidnignt the band _' I

,waMs,k aotalways la the same stataof Jbr5or tha,i ew''.6 11 Tour Majesty 0 NexVmorning,'Lt Notrefouiidlthertee-tree' '''The rch1"lJ executioner! >ib'oldma i1 ; FUceof,pre'laded 7B tALTH.=lf ear ; r tifid to be able tossythatthehealth .
the town
h"I. om e'Shaahallluteherrerrard raitedeai The poor old snIeeed'itaslfttad J: tf&w county eontinuei good. 7
*'I make It i'p'6i.:top .b It e fo'em' c remarkedyesceltdey_; .,.< .,:t. beer his'child, and.;his f eyes;,were filled aver tie Operation.,:"Dumberofper; -'ThetheraQaettrhasnetbeeaahQvegft-dst>fa
IleDdt&&eJ'.n .1"
,antlelpatlng atthe-same time from 11o'U' .1"; _of. Let- I with&.he carried it to Sri taistfees.., jbS iona assembled,from coriodt/butie easily, 'the shade;:-and the weather has Mea MrkaWyryjpr > J
&eh*fa erowtha>For instate*.l I,.fop,. at ft feet 'Uie'0'nJ1.111i&141of t Then'Louisa,:fcU,5indied >hat nolope red cept in order ors few soldiers. ;At one clock the jamy sejaoauT Mari Star.\ it
,Z,-bta ti bids fair toerow of eyen'ver, Mademoiselle deUTaTli > piesoaffold" terminated. ,n1tialI X ,' # -
; idfta'hm' nainedk. Pale and teembllnifcahB.tookj a pair was 5t3 ?v- '' ** 0" ''V." J. ; .:*
Vt=4nd et 'I.str.-eI.1'to"-k inrfUd to th'tha be : : ..1.L..1L ,XV .UII.-4M.ESBg, .
--, ) "' i 06 cut-off.tha.withered Jblossoa. and renmade to see'that ..well; JSOOAL.' "TXaOOCJLSK
l*>* gb tji. nrttre rianttpf of I1Int.'iI'U g'n4tfi ref scissors e Atth5tmomenta $Long Begister.announces with mnch graOtc.oa *-=
-Cotton floated tfe ft*.week 1'i 1I tAlll. IilbA ltClrpisa /pJ ,:*t>vaa' 'cryrtal tnav;';!AitamEfe, : 'I1b1 11 gzesMtlrf ttt the Chinese residents in thai elty hare.eganto .
"Ald.) : Iearotrdtwat bled,
J with favorable a sOfI's4 o 1t1ss;.iii detnldt' .i!l faWng oa her knees she prayed'to.Uftaveoj dorth 1 } -allow "iJidIes to,e jar soeiallnter-,
the lOlh >of July.AH'cotton;. !.. to fulfil 1,tie reaolulion she iad aade.: md. ,they locked cmwttnmuiekOTrcaIn" > r,4.7 -
hould not M doUved beyond th*first w tkt*la t "'Jitaftllill4JaltJllJtl&1.iJaM, spa thate.! t *The age Y of Louis the Fourteenth,passed .af: the motnbgvttost jof 4na- Jiauaes hotc4, rosins with;tithe wires* ansi daughters- of the_. ;'

tn4L that brae.ordiaarUy ceases,t a grpw jbatfy:*ter finB had to piqaiaj two areiittctj tojte$Claude aa Tcrrault;and; frith its glory. and iU itt'"Fr had now md shops opening oa die agnarebadtheir gin ,



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'lf the NsnoI or1Ilerald.) : 1 r. would get contaminated in such a pestilential THE'"N'EW'S.JACKSONVILLE; :It wUl be seeakrw! *,rtid.which we copy from : tfanen against the'. .,'

Bargain. betweert'the Seward gist atmosphere of corruption at .Washington, if the New" f fill: ,that the.Whip of New :'divinity.' JtontIambthItUI1SaI'near

iF Ttr.Gr T...Sarrfdr even half of the rascality-, aaid to earned on York,-of all hnsu:ud complexions, have amaJp. and such'obstinate iaadn... 4ie''

.. t. Oar:news from Altany d.r1I'aretb is<;Jughly Interesting for there In relation is true.-to this claim a correspondent- *, of- mated"lato neChage:' Abolition mass, under the :nothing bope.:> :Ephralm' b'joiaad. ]

character. Our, an'effort waabeing made the New York Evening Post says,that the Pres- lead e nbipti of,the: notorious( Seward! For sometime ,:'let him alone.** ,3"! <

'-$ two btthe orjthreedaya, silver/gray past and Seward, or abolition ident is about sending a commlssion out to, past' they were'divided: Into the Abolition and ; In the midst of fuels feaatlei;thoe t j'

f a whigs'ot this State, >to unite on platform that California and Mexico Cinveotlgate' the' y Fre -SoU' fottawhUr' Seward seas and Silver t!them, Is a vigorous writer;of acute six.

.:, t I would be acceptable to each,and to join in call whole matter, and partlu'here'&reilmakfngintereat Greys, but the Greys have suecombed, and the ting observation profound refleetie i_' ,
: !. Ing a Whig State Contention for the nomination to have it a- white-wuhiag r Whig PmtTof the Great State of New York Is BOW ,losophlo turn of mind-whose petitioa hat j
of candidates to be supported at the .next fall merely. Whether they will succeed or not FLA. and nndifgulsedlyan him tort
\, I of will depend upon the amount evidence that one and indlvlsable-avowedly u good an opportunity anarj j

r ,1 t election.from the W$movement did not aee for as7llkdllhood we gate the silver soc- can be procured at the trial. It is, however, Saturday, Avffust'' > 8, 1851 Abolition put,. We have witnessed so much t'conscience of the Abolitionist u Dr.( '

: I cess credit for.,oohsiStency and honor asserted by the friends of Gardiner that the of late of the "artful dodging" of a portion of the enjoys of examining the .physical

I II t grays than they more,deserted., ,The silver grays are small mines owned by Gallagher and Gardiner were FOR Southern Whig press, that we shall, pot beat all the Negro. After long years of d '

in number,compared with the abolition whigs:; L different from the one owned by Gardiner, ,on AGENTS THE NEWS. surprised V find them apologising't for} and 'still witnessing the first movements of the/Aloftf

and Vunion.were formed,we know, it would which the award was,made.It )Iaj.lou-K jUJlI), Tallahassee, Fla. sustaining the Seward party in,.New,York, provided Free Soil party, (for they. are-one audits

be at'a sacrifice of.the prinwpies, entertained it farther stated that the testimony although on J; G. BKAKDOTT' ,"Esq., Ocala, Fla.' always, that'they get their cue from the Treasury and having scrutinized their' s ncipl i...
this which the Mexican ttmmissioners acted .
t : b y the former. The ..4 were tertures fair and made equitable by consisting of affdavits of a dozen'',persons T. P. EsiMinr Esq., 'Tampa, Fla. Department, just to.let them know: "how the conduct with a clearness and Imp rttilgj .

R and branch..... -the...rebocu'party accepted by the abolition has the appearance of all being the production Gen BCSSILL ., Newnansyille, Fla. wind blows!" 'Ffllmore is afraid to quarrel openly surpassed, the witer to whom we allude QfetHJZ

i! i I whigs if they had not, determined to reopen of one person, tie, wording or at ,least B. F&XSBT, 'Esq., '.'Garey Ferry, Fla. Seward", and if aoit'ii' very natural that all the editor of the Boston Review.)'' has ldnri *

H the agitation of the slavery question on the substance and point being nearly the samein GEO. CEICTU, Esq, St. Augustine, Fla. the Ffllmorines. should be bound om'to.. keep the'peace. :: world picture of them which none bate

i :' the earliest opprtnnity, for purposes of their each. t Judge A. STEELE Cedar Keys,Fla. They are bound over', to-.keep the peace,' In the art could draw. If this should meet"
'.1 s own: Teey would hare been willingly accepted We suppose that before,all is over we' may towards all at peace with their master in the penalty of the gifted but too sanguine, author
if the, abolition whigs under the leadership get at something like the'truth touching the 8. GuitSM, Esq, Pilatka,'Fla. of Jive loaves and two ,stall IMI! And that to Mr. Webster he will doubtless of fktfc
4 and at the. dictation of Seward, Weed & whole affair, but such a remit is problematical. doubt. pronosaeii
J will "toe the mark, we entertain not a
caricature libel "the veiled !
4 Co. not bent following the course FROM CUBA. propJut* i
were upon AN ARRIVAL I ,
They have got so used to obey the order of face Brownson has unmasked 'or he
will at
IndeedJ TiMbr them. by those demagogues. Tor xUot direct from Cardenas, enteredour ; one*jji.,
.' ablition whigs.orM been inconsistent in the The Cheering News Jrcm'Cnba: Brig < She about," that they do it with great precision. Bat don all hope of convicting such a mOD (vT
last. left Cardenas ro
t. f overtures for a momenCwftn'SFP tertainench, As we anticipated, the Government accounts port on Tuesday I the Consolidation press of Georgia' has been of late gaging Daniel Webster to deliver lectures f.
4 I course which the majority of the last Legislature o. uv w&teii were so promptly disseninated by a por- the 5th, and we naturally expected to learn something playing a cruel game on >its little echoes here in can Physiology ;,
!; i' tion of the New Fork Immediately nnfl. nf interest In relation to evolutionary and
adopted on the compromise measures. Burin .. .. _, press. ..... Florida. It has made to many turnings gyrations
f --1 !" -7 -"'{w ured ittor M tki vu tk. u..4But.. we were dliaplpointed "The essential principles of the Free-Sail tJ&
the regular session aDd the extra session Mr. "to band" by theyPanish authorities to deceive in the lust few months, that it is unreasonableto that which gives it so terrible tyTfciJra t
Anthon Richmond county and)Ir.ThmpsoD.or the friends of Cuba in this country into the : nothing was.known at Cardenas I beyond expect p'r contemporaries to'jump Jim Crow" repeat, exclusively or mainly.opposition a Tn to *

New York, proposed, at different times, resolutions belief that the revolution had been'unsuccess the outbreak at Puerto Frincipe".and only.so muchof as (situ"they do who are better used to it The Half unknown to Itself' It u a 'party r

for consideration and adoption of I ful. The true accounts, emanating from the that as was communicated through the Government Savamah Republuanwho appears to be the fugle: against law in an its forms, against
; the majority, on the subject of the compromise most reliable sources, and endorsed by a re- papers Havana An intelligent passenger, for aH the smaller Republicans performs his and maxims of the past and an i&be naei(
I, measures; but they were stifled in committee Ugion social, and political institutions
spectable committee of Creole gentlemen in with whom we have conversed, thinks quite pos- ori&f
I or laid upon the table, never te be called .- New York have sonenets with such wonderful rapidity that the little eat.It is a party formed against the eoutmot
upi now reached and i
us, as will sible that an the stirring events of which we have son, common senseand
: The same course was pursued in the legislature be fellows are sometimes afraid to follow him. A common intertsti'of i
,'i seen, they give a very different version of read have and the kind. With the cant of
nay actually' transpired, yet religion and mofsSt
caucus after the adjournment. How then. the of Seces-
affairs m Cuba. math ago.he was dead against Bight .
They are their
even more encouraging lips, its leaders almost
could it whole have been kept from the'knowledge of thepeople are to amaa,[
been late
at .
expected day, than had said "amen! A week "
sbn and
a right to expect, affording -our contemporary blasphemers, as wen aa traitors and
would listen to based of Cardenas, by the extraordinary vigilanceof
overtures the
on the most gratifying who denied xers. They are men for whom it is
proofs of the success which go he said any body the right was anobody"our not twam
silver gray platform which they had repeatedly the Government official Besides, it must be sin from
has attended the glorious cause of the patriots. '' winced but didn't appetite or passion,but who mart mt,
rejected? The policy of the abolition whigs We have no room to-day for comments recollected that Cardenas has little ornoeommn-' contemporary principle--for'whom' it Is not enough,to. SMI

was this:They wanted a union-they wished ferring to give our space to the details of, pre-the nlcatlon with the interior. It was observed that say a word! Now how long does the, Savannah good, approve' it,. and yet pursue the 1mIiII&
the disjointed factions of the editor that the smaller Republicans are who must pervert'conscience itself'fJ'ed'
t whig party reunited which know suppose THB
news, we will be read with the Government steamers were in constant motion,
i as much, and score than, the silver and deep going to put up with his dictation? He erects a good. and make sinpas for virtue. They...
gratified by our readers.Savannah and bOOM.. movine... into the interior. (M the whole. reversing aU the iudeementi of mankind.i 4i
grays did, for although! they attempt to despise certain and invites them an to stand
,August 12. we drawn unfavorable conclusions from these negative platform, the Christian virtues as vices;and exalt,tin
f' sue surer gray force in the Legislature, where& it the invitation, but betorethe1 to them the
statements do the upon ; they accept opposed to rank and dignity(
they did not knowing as we disposition
i particularly need it. they would Departure of the Pamper from tian virtues. Whatever has hitherto
New Orleans.It can look around, he knocks it into a "cockedhat beeaeeta
be glad to hare it on one day of election so as and the power possessed by a despotic government sacred they 'and
pronounce whatever
being generally known to our citizens and and down exposed to the ridiculeof I
I to present a united front to the disjointed de the rest of mankind that to suppress information, the knowledge of which i they come been hitherto counted profane they eotsossi'i.
mocracy. But, in order to effect such a union ship left this for, Cuba the Pampero steam- must tend to its own downfall. the States Bights party, and"all the rest of man to respect as sacred. They say with Miltoi'ifcJ
I they wanted the silver grays to abandon their port on Saturday night, kind." It can't lost tan- W 4
I platform-to consent to a union without or early on Sunday morning it will not be runs DIRECT TRADE WITH CHARLESTON.We 'An good to me is lest; I.
any to
1 reference to the compromise measures .of the its to communicate such information; have the gratification of announcing that a How to save the Republic, and the position of Evil be thou my good." "j
nor can disclosure
last Congress which constitute the effect the Filibusters direct steamers the South in the Union. .......
for be-
great ques project communication by
-j tion of the day, so that they might be able, any, as the, we Cuban learn,government the Spanish of consul the intentions has advised tween our town and Charleston has been set on Under the above title, in the August number of THE TE1IUANTEPEC RAH ROm, ',
when the roper time armed to the Review workwhich to be in the The controversy between the Mexic (ftrai 1
I renew of certain parties in this city ; thathe engaged foot, and that the arrangements are in such a state De Bow's a ought ,
slavery agitation and re-commence the war :Southerner there is admirable ment and the American Company
the steamer CincirmatL hands of an nowhoUJBfU
against the South a rapid running boat, of forwardness that there is now a certainty of the
by proposing repeal of the at Dr. of New Orleans grant made to one Gray for the .of .
"'" I f Fugitive Slave hw. or such a modification off a high figure, and despatched her with tidings scheme being carried into effect Indeed, we hare letter addressed' by Cartwright right } *
to the Captain General The to Daniel Webster. the Isthmus Tehuantepec, Is creatingble <
f its provisions as would render it nugatory tall Pampero been surprised that the Charleston people, (so famous -
t I intents and purposes. had on board nearly four hundred picked men, for their liberality and enterprise, should so The chief object of the writer Islosise the Union interest in New Orleans and the Pieaynm ill
This the ten pieces of cannons seventeen hundred rifles the institution Considering vacates the rights of the with suet
and slavery. Company
was kind of union which the abolition Colts revolvers long hare overlooked East Florida, which is more preserve of st s i
: Seward whigs wished to form with the silver number, and any that, one or other of these valuable institutions ray of law and facts as are irresistible, lad'a
: quantity powder and ball. This Is the naturally tributary to them, than moat of the regions ,
grays, and one which the latter could nni ship must be overthrown by the machinations leave our Government no option, but to
i : built by Lt. Hunter for the. United States Navy into which.. thej hare been xnkl 0 thai"iuun.moaieaCfons. of
et enter into ,
I i __without a sacrifice of honor andprinciple : a stOod sea vessel-one amoncp ih* h .t nt the'AfionthmSote, unless these can in some way be and, if necessary, enforce the righti of Itm'

I tended by their The compromise authors as a measures,final settlement were inI her small class.' She could-not take-;;half That a steamer or steamers from this port to arrested, and that the war_ against negro slavery !i Irene, invaded by a faithless foreign Covenant

; i of the slavery question, on the basis of the con- part of those who had been promised a chance, Charleston would be profitable to their owners, we originated in mistaken views operating upon the The Picayune seems to think that there-fe

I stitution. These were accepted as such by the and received their scrip. The better men from hare not a doubt; and that they would be mutually "tender conscience" of the North Dr. Cartwright Northern influence at work, interested ia fiftibiting
i patriotic of all one thousand were picked out by those in con- to quiet that. conscience,by convincing the accomplishment of this prtjiijand
parties, throughout, the! land ; trol. The Captain of the'P.is Creole beneficial both to the city of Charleston and to proposes important
:! and any attempt to.repeal any one otthem, especially or has been so long trading in a xchoonera/that of Cuba, East Florida, is certainly unquestionable. In fact, I public mind in that portion of the Union, that such more than insinuates that the Natvnulktelligenctr

kinkle the the flame Fugitive of excitement SlaTe law which would re. he is recognized as a creole-and he professes the progressive condition of the Eastern section of slavery is not sinful j but that the AUTHOR of nature and Repuolifiot Washington sn

BO burned to know the whole coast with all correctness. our State is such, ''that It demands ouch: a thing.- designed 'the negro to occupy the position in led to endorse the unfair statements made la
fiercely a and threatened to '
t sume the government year ago,and the republic. Such con. Our best wishes'go with him and his gallant. And the demands for speedier and better communications which he is found among us,. and that the welfare tion to the eontroversy by the New York Canand .
crew,so long'as their good swords are in the bf the lies in Enquirer, and other interested si fli
however is the union, or bargain, which the with'Middle Florida,.either by>>; means of negro race slavery. parties "
l silver grays have entered into with the Seward freedom service of from the independence of those who seek Bail or Plank Roads, are becoming; so imperious, These positions the, accomplished writer defends North. What gives t color' to the suspldott i

abolition whigs. A more dishonorable or disgraceful to abuse the tyranny, and of who know enoughnot i that they will have to be met, at some not very far with great ability by adducing facts, disclosed by some sinister influence is operating on the Ka&iiIntelligencer

surrender of principle we never heardof. ian of the 5th. holy gift Jibertl.-0rlean- distant day. The distance from Savannah to Macon comparative Anatomy Physiology and Chemistry; : is that it, contrary to"'its usal '.

: platform- The fcilvcr which grays abondoned the manly ; is 190 miles, and this is but a step, In'the communications all which sciences concur in showing that the or- lions ,and noncommittal policy;; boldly eudone{
they laid out for themselves, ; of the is different from "sensible and seasonable" a statement la the&
threw aside their principles and caved in Kentucky Election they have made; from Jacksonvilleto ganization negro essentially '
I and souls to the- enemies of,the constitution-,body LOUISVILLE, Aug. 8.-The returns thus far Tallahassee is not over 175 miles,, and to Cedar that of the white man and that this differenceof quirer, proved by the Picayune to be a total

I!, for enemies to that sacred instrument the. Se- received show the election of,Presley Ewing Keys not over 140. Why may they. not be connected organization clearly indicates'the propriety the version of,the.fact*, and. such u could 'axrceiv y

\nl"higs are, notwithstanding all the twad (Whig: ) in the 3d District. ? policy the justness, and the necessity of that relative j 'attributed ignorance, by the most,ehtritable

dIe to the contrary. Oar readers will mark In the 5th District, James W.Stone (Dem.) is But to.relurn to the immediate subject of this position which> the two races- occupy in the We cannot believe for a moment, that the.

that portion .of the joint call for a conTention probably elected, which is a democratic gain., article. Perhaps over halt of the products of East economy of the Southern States. terfuge resorted to by the Mexican OD' '
which is intended to refer to the Fugitive In the 9th District sham G. Harris '(:Dom,) is The learned writer does not and its prompters at the North. will be !
Slave Law. It "that the of re-elected. Florida win be made by native Carolinians, who however rely upon eI'
says rights citizens
'I as voters are equally undeniably to discuss The next delegation will stand five Demo win naturally prefer a connection with Charlestonto the developemenU of science exclusively, for the to avail, in, annulling ,a grant made)by ..

with the full and mutual regard for the right, crates and four Whigs, and one Independent any other market out of'our State; and as to' defence of his position ; but invokes likewise what andlu1l'recophed by both Oonmmaatl

and interests of all parts of the confederacy: Whig. the balance of our citizens, they hare not been an men, except the higher-law philanthropists, defeat a great' national work and:we htni.,

(which is as necessary now to maintain,as it The Whigs generally concede the election of so favorably and liberally treated heretofore in their deem an infallible test of the rectitude ,of every hu- doubt the Company will be put into full ] _. ,

was indespensable to achieve the blessed union Lazarus W. Powell (Dem.) as Governor. connections with Savannah, as to them inclining man institution. He appeals to the Bible itself of their rights. *'
John B. prevent -
of these Thompson (Whig) is elected Lien- .
States the
,) expediency of such laws
and the Governor. willing ear to propositions of competitionfrom the revelation of the AUTHOR otnature. As a link in the great chain of comma ,
propriety of their
and to seek by constitutional any means provisions their repeal any other source whatever. And we would That Dr. Cartwright's theory and the Inferencehe betweenNew York and San Francisco, of,; -

1 or modification" Could anything be more State Electors. now say to our Savannah friends, that; If they expect draws from it,are true,we entertain not a doubt. our own Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road is _.

{f' plain that this? Is 'not '6 declaration: NOllTH.cAJI.OLllu.-The,, elections are about to retain the, Florida trade they must open and we would earnestly commend his very able; link the people Florida feel a.deep intuit. ,

point blank assertion-that the abolition whigs over in this State, but sufficient returns had their eyes and their purses, and do something else philosophical and patriotic letter to the serious at- this eontroversy, and will look to,its tc f -'
of New York intend to the not come in, at our latest dates, to make clear tention of Southerner with solicitude.
re-open slavery agitation is besides manifesting their petty jealousy of Charleston every especially to thoso, some
I the final result.It 'lf
and move for a repeal of the Fugitive and publishing petulant articles who have any doubts. as to the consistency of negro (
is believed against her
Slave Law? If it is not,then we do not under' THOMAS Btrmir' (the Dem- NEW i"'
ocratic candidate citizens and "the slavery with the Christian, religion.: ,There are, OF VJRGI Ill
stand' the English language. And yet the silver )has been elected io Congress chivalry. .'
over EDWARD STANUET White this perhaps, a ;few ,Southern people who feel such The new Constitution provides"for reIad
I- grays submitted to disgracefully sur- (Whig.) Burrni's majority upon subject,we would suggest to the
rendred themselves. in Wayne county is 827, over,STAKLST' Charleston,Banks,'((who hare such a. surplus of capital doubt-there are some, who though they do not more properly speaking) general aoffrsgt ,

with a small gain in all the counties heard from ,),thai they might, find ,a field of profitable Investment consider slavery a sin, look upon it as a social and tion of nearly all, the State officers by the
From the Carolinian for the Democratic candidate. there also the Governor. Lieutenant Governor.: J'of
TelegrQ k. for a considerable portion of that capital moral evil, and are others who deem Its

The WsUilBCton Fraud ... at this place. :We bare no doubt that a perfectly, blessing to the slave, but ,a curse to the muter the Supreme,District, and Circuit. Courts%?J t.;

I A member ,of Congress once said that if the MIw Bares and her Cnnpeuy. legitimate and safe business might be,done here We think all these in people of the. United btates knew but one-half Mrs. 8. C. Hall has written and abstract Sheriffs. Such is the irresistible _
i to the Literary ottromonehundred and fifty to fro hundred u- partial views of the subject-by indul. 0
of the rascality and corruption carried on in World, in which she speaks in the highest terms sand ging their imagination in crate principles. Two or ,
wonld dollar a year, wih prospect of a constant in- creations of its own,.di t 1W .
Washington and
they throw
concern into, the Potomac.go The Galphin the whole case and of praise a lady.of Catharine Of,her Hayes, both as a singer' crease. Having no circulating of our own vested not only of all the,real and 'fancied, ills of whole.Whig party of Florida, and .:f,.

early days, she says: slavery but cheered with visions of press, were violently' opposed to the eJectioa
inks into and
Charleston ease
insignificance when compared to the "It was fortunate for her that her 'wood: we are dependant upon and Savannah comfort
last alleged wholesale robbery; and if the tenth wild'attracted the attention of that kindhearted notea for one, and the result is a constant tendency in it and'peaee.of mind, associated with voluntary; I Judges and other officers by the people., :Bat,fl

;'' of the 'charges be verified by facts, it must be and generous man the late.Honorable to flow out from us, which produces a general sear- whilst they overlook or,are"ignorant of the "sad re h t give Wup Next-year they w be, 3'JSecession .lk

, a great source of mortification to nary honest Bight. BeT:Edmond KnIJx'Bishop'otLlmerickLhllerick city; indeed not enough ;remains in circulationto ali," exhibited wherever this latter, ;kind of: servK. the don't %
citizen. The trial, of the parties-the two. Oar- the '' '
city of. her .birth. tude ,
There is
a meet the absolnte'necessiti'es of the prevails.Much 1'
;, diners for false swearing, and of John .Hamil legend that, while boating with some country, CF": shortly bo"established .
of his Ther I
which, of course operates injuriously the of this prejudice : t
ton Mears for fraud on the United States Government family the Shannon to trade or erroneous: apprehension '
on their New BiSSTas
attention was' York fl. ;
with J.
are to-take..p1Aoein Washington in by the young and delicious voice of a and business,of the country>every way*, may be- dispelled'by the' letter of Dr. Cart its pp. i doUsal*

December next, and as Congress :will then be girl singing near,one of the houses,whose ear- NEWSPAPER CUAJtGE. wright; and a careful.attention to the suggestions been rQd'-ot.iit1't
in session, that body will probably Inquire tfow dens have the good fortune to stretch y : it contains will tend'greatly.to promote the comfort nbrbe Ha& BrotM
far any of the officers of, .Government. are magnificent river along the The partnership In the,Marion Star existing and health:of slaves,and to,diminish the te' ,i Stetson'of the'' Astor alt*.
anxiety '
, implicated In the transaction. "It', only t5 ttbw'1'ot a child'said,one of between John Andrews and'A. Waterman Is and enhance the prosperityof the owners.But ; several o e who'have'made fortune*oV'

' Mr Xtoxwin has been implicated by rumor in the boatmen "whose aunt, or some one belonSK0 *-' dissolved. .Capt.., Waterman announces'that: the Doctor betrays a weakness,''not seldom'' the South. it goes; the Southern peopbevcrfurnishing '

,1 "' the nefarious in the fraud alleged to have been perpetrated ; her. lives I.n the -
f yet the Washington payment Union of the says,Gardiner he has return claim; I ?Patrick!tftJIrIin street,and?;'gets'from oat ,her of the noise of' men; of D.:McCrimmon, Eaq'and will,hereafter the hope, that the derelopemen't, of science cherishing can do !Ti looks- llke'a'cessatlon-. 'of hostflltie" .. "

. ed toWaihiogton for some days and at the time down you among the away trees, and sage companions.her ; as h eretofore' ,.advocate the: rights 'of'the what the revelations of tht Author of. the universe: ;'' ,Roan'the Ancient City: Ph f#.J

, relative of its editorial had made no statement' of (acts God bless her, to' the waters: She sun before songs, ,States and'th', ci usIt, tr-;the: SouthX I'Weheartily have failed to effect-: can:tranquflize the 'nervousconsciences \ Sip1rChic._ v -. ffi
,: to; matter. The Union mention she could speak, bat she is ai shy as a young wish the Star success in' the good Ignorant perverse and reckless (ana- We have received from '
the.rumors relative to Mr. C; and classifies ha.re'and tlie' yo Ice:learci'her tics. The time by CoLMcIntoshtOn &haPlb
when as ed to .gone by when;reason and .science St.'.
them thus: +* '. i if .iee." "hlat_. flisteD'ill__ _lin._ .1... ...'__ 1_ .&t._ Qause .___ and Revelation flue mens -
** n- -- "60" might have -rJ of Sager Cane siafoD the
1. That Mr. Corwin MVUTC.TBIU iae stayed.fanaticism ,
interested in
f was ;'the 'Laaiof Gowrie; and wire i ay:lord. If THE CONSERVATOR in a people who'are IDs.,whIch' orcus grewth'indsix
Gardiner claim as Counetl.cnly. ;you ,F prone to.It, and who'encourage exhIbi:
axed hnto'do I she! :
,, "2. That Conrln'waa interested lot1.tt 'dentand, :that its she:conldn't-it Isn't 10U un: Is the name of a new paper started, vice the ita growth by an the.appluoei'of education.:: ,No.' Joint:matur" /T 'If'wit 'mil&''

wwtzel aDd part ptn chant. takes the strength out wouldn'tonlyehynees other voice Ocala: Argut; 'deceased. It Is .published b, thing short of a miracle can now check this demon, and learn .forwardness of, : ,

"3. That Mr. Corwin told" his claim'before, he Pleaswthe?slants i little craythn; ,the-oul1 seems to' Lewis C..Gaines,:Editor-; I.and'Pro;' prletor. We and such 'miracle a* that which caosod devils to ,fields we,were never from more other uehi the

went into the treasury have In'We,3i with her book'and ay with the Star evacuate human beings and invade herd .r"
; "while a orRin.
"5. That the value of Mr.Corwin's 1 Dp,anc1lti'Jut ,we wUhJiim h success, : an extract conveying same interesting I
interest like being In heaven. to hear. how she afnlPtl let it not be What would Dr. Cartwright think of physicianwho cal information
,. wu not determined on until after he 'went In ", understood- that ,we endorse hisconsolidation1 a : rltfT'o the cultivki" .
> themoonUght. : 'would proposeto: _:restore to youthful health the cane In,Cuba
into the treasury and that the ,valuation was A triumphant shake' I principles" always supposing : It pracmi;
with which 1
and We
the the
'l vigor a are of
c, not ntade'untll after the board had met." Catharine cono1udedr C and now'ihe' UDI Wm.to,entertain such- ilnd res.ColsitODOU I wonallt.'debauchee.of"a'lUperaDDU. opinion, eg.it
The Gardner claim'amounted to; Ij600o6o; Gowrie' at1U'm ri *onished 'and', :Lad y yf- ated prostitute f Yet that,;,woaldaot_"_ ,be.' ;:a more J I't eu appUan or mn ;

;.i and it alleged that Mr Corwin sold,out:his the boating ,, proved that dellffhted STocKToir.-Commodore Stock: hopeless task than that which sanguine.Doctor lot eced that .Ct Rtef* i

v3 t share ('**fourth) before_he: :went: _into' office fnlogyya party nety tad 'better.poor than Paddy'e alLde- ton delivered an'orationin; .New. .Jersey onthelUi: proposes to accomplish through the ministry of::"the ,:advantages'the moreover in .of Florida !f
for $100,000}and ids inferred,therefore, that term ned the'food bishop to learn more of the July, in which he take*,!"troi' i froundindefeneeof aod-Uke" Daniel." .- *** t ; ine"tJdajU": !
he must have doubts about the validity J of the Shannon .. nH I syren the South, _dJutihiof.th repadIat.ea.propiaprtTail t
; S iith.I on a: :
: '
tico of the .. -
claim-- sold
.Whether the claim .be,Jsft She 'wiD' leave > I people already b1'otbl c at'ttry Jo
England; kee Indignant'u1aJa.
iDilD ic1 era Bights
or not.it faIU': .'wlth;>all mother !71'lIer party; !He says if the .Union Is diswlvS "trtachery"-heed areiheld .c nIn, ,jrivate.ha?
apparent justice ttt ,
; boui second' she
of '
iD 4\u .l1n. that New *** wm prescription a Southern .Professor fbr die' !: :
that Mr.-Corwin, being p1acedlia the der .'Vith>tte.,South, and G : a lowtrate.x- > ;
only po> the'ponduct ofDr.:Joy,wbo'haa'M'b ea se: that, thi'IHdcloii1UYir'' ease, yth e"exlateso.tof which' rjrL e.tj' i
itlon anger the Government which could nave JfCtecI bjrf 'Mr:Basle Fto ,inanage the ind the lakerlwffl! be the i among'theniseh,- .. i! "In 1841, when the of. isgtr esMf*]
stopped listc1&hD ;'he American dividing >BDl.'a 1d not the ,, they ; J" -. on"'the
an DnJ) ,' ah ,bare ab- lobed bitoMlf from All connection!,wth'the j' Herr' j 1 ''" J : $ No, no f these traas&endeatallsti of'teede.ooaa *ere', eapTojtdjTiebordJpifwihe
Mengl barltene; sin: tai tl'i' Subaibert to
ciiltaraad'e3 a public officerof( the, Gorernment -' $rehamteaor', (and a' elidottt tenalhe'is= :'Dwal ,Thu:Navas;tiling any where jcwn* Icfist, fa the:fk#pac .that.they tJwf of t 138,701,Arsons,:giving an average-.

a .vindicate' himself from'tHe- corrupt old hfa oioe: &\ lake I 1IMt her''s--its iJU tyentitledto'havsj, ; the paper .U the white. people in the.Union;ate saw andbt to each estate, the sager ft<|

gesfbrought Bgaiiwt: Ihn. Tlrtue'-_: :hereeU chardsoo'iltte. ,r tt'hiPaR' : ndb tiery" 'lfao11,I.< .." Ih',to,their p.omce. tree 01 poatags uadir. ,the; eeotbd plaoe, thM the waitepeepteof the> the wrla ot eIt uPo'ot'to add,
,, IGi ... : ithe Jat.cht 't', ",4. South
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FOB.THE CURE OF HClirtsdo a'r} 1mk1laR.a9" : *- 1**. Naaan Stntt, ITnr Yak -
Diantea 1'0 i1Ill )NtiOO n> -- and after the Joih-dar of Jtoe tit
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: Which his ever.bee jrresaitcdtf the public. It :r.utl', I'lUI c't.lDJ'l'' ,iiaa ti'u;l cJ7J'If.L' ,J1cl TEE foOowuf postage, to Books any part wffl of be the Went Unae4Jtat by man.tre, of departure of the steam packet

; Hands wjw*i-IfI.tleienttasdrwad I M pvy"I 'OS'IV on the receipt of the money for the same which MAGNOLIA.C4rr.P.McNELTY .

( IT HAS,NOT"FAILED ,TO..CURB. .' IN A .otufuolse uogy Aq 'Ia.I.nq oor erfol: r ct9.the,rich of.the Pub- ._. : .
I SINGLE !aura S1if! .t1nnb SIt JO !cap From'Satanaah ,
toPaJ&tb": will
Valuable preparation is compounded -nab 4.Pt! ? ug1oI,000 01 The Sacred,Mountains. By Iin.-.l.1'.Headier. be TUESDAY;

THIS several medicinal roots growing in !,oug wajwa, tunp jHYH 000'09, 1 voL 12mo', JJlutrated. Fun cloth. .91; rut arriving SATjDRDAY/eoanectiBg with the (

the Wilds of Florida.' It is TvzzLirand WHOLZ.T ': 8J1ItWg 2 I ,tad'A,8 tf t The ed Bacred extra'Mountains., $1.50. By Rev. J.,T..Headier. FsLORIBA Steamship AltD',4T.a1WA* .* ".*6
Vegetable 'and designed for the ,. I
ESPECIALLY I voLlBmo.. Without the plates. Sundav chool ,
core of the above disease. The Inventor and Notice. edition. 60 cents. ForneR York She win continue leave ca -, :

-' Proprietor is-talli convinced that iLls-an In- Sacred .Scenes, and Characters. By R T. J. T. Tuesdays throughout the year, ,
valuable Medicine. ..'-In,act'the test that he SIX MONTHS afterdate: 'we" the undersigned Headley. 1 ToL 12mo. Illustrated Full cloth Carryiag tke United States '
has given it in the town in which he resides ,.Administrators on',the Estate of $1{ gflt edges 150.. T /, '

? and the astonishing tvcctst with which it has ')1icajoh DeeD, late of!Columbia/county, deceased Bacred Scenes and.diaraeters. ,By Rev. J. 'T. For Freight Ecgigements Passant,latiac ,

; met warrants him in saying that it is a POSI, will present our accounts and vouchers HeadTey::: 1 Totagmo. Without.the plates: 8. superior accommodations; 'f3kt.t /UIMM.SMT y ,,
I school edition. 50 eta apply to the board ,
to the Honorable of Captain on or
Judge Probate for said -
TIVE CUBE:, He has therefore'come to the History of the BISIIEB .
of the Waidenscs.
to be FERNANDEZ t CO }
determination. to place it 'within the reach of county, discharged from the administration By Ber.; J.T. Headley., 1 voL 18mo. ,
all,knowing how, many suffer with this very of said Estate' ; for which all per- Illustrated. Full cloth. 50 eta Agents or' .to .

unpleasant and often dangerous Disease particularly persons-heirs, legatees or persons interestedare History of the Waldenses ,By Bev.J.T.Headley. 1L A. COHEN ",
in the Southern and Western States.In hereby requested to take notice. 1 v.18mo. Bunday chool edition. 31 eta. Agent at Savannah.
purchasing my INDIAN XOXECUST be BHODA CORINTH Napoleon and his Distinguished Marshals By Rev Savannah June 3, 1851. C CriThis

,WM. H. ROUSSEAU J.T.Headly. 1 voL Dlostrated.. Full Steamer will leave JacksonviDt
particular and look for my written ;signatureon cloth for .
of dtoinistrats, Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING at 7 .-'
the labelI : ,
Luther and CromweU. By Rev.J.T.Headley. 1 ", -
i i refer the public below to a few certificates Little River, Aug. 16.1851. 6m I, ToL 1211I0. Illustrated. Fun cloth,,I.' June,until.rthernoUoe.*r .,

selected from among, many.received from respectable r. Rambles and Sketch By Ref J.T. He&dI,.. .1 7. tf.Notice.
citizens of Jacksonville. Notice. To I2mo.' Kustrated. FaD cloth 9L.

--9 "- :* EGBERT POINSETT.P. SIX MONTHS, after date,J will present to The Powerof Beauty. By Her. 3.Headley,. 1 ._ ,
the Honorable Judge df Probate for Columbia yoL 18mb. inustraled. FuH doth' ,50. e ntsj gilt
S. Planters should not be without this edges extra T5 cents. TO THE CITIZENS OF ZACKBO NVILL$AND
and vouchers
county my
valuable ,Medicine. Every family ought to as Letters from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. .ABOUT THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER
on the Estate of Samuel Hinson
ktep it on hand., all By Rev.' J., T. :Headley. 1 voL 12mo. Full TBS SUBSCRIBER offeri hit .
late of said county deceased for which
; .
cloth. 50ets.Biography .
A.AI.REED, principal Agent for Jacksonville persons concerned are hereby requested to services to the public in .
of the Saviour and his Apostles; with a gen .
Jacksonville take notice,as shall ask to be discharged from Portrait of each engraved on steeL With an oral, together with his vessel, till
August 16, 1821. ly the farther administration of said estate. *Essay on the Character of the Apostles By Rev. Schooner MARY, to carry freight

: JACKSONVILLE E.F August lath 1851. WAf.II. ROUSSEAU Adm, J. T. Headley. 1 voL 12mo. Fifteen Engravings. or pa.aengen to any place or I along tie SL'John'
Dear Little River, Aug.,16, 1851. 6m tl; gilt edges extra 150. and Nassau rivers AlSO the following-
Sir: This will inform you that one The Beauties of Rev.J.T. Headley. With his Life. eta j required to wit: aw. Mary 0y IwVj* Augustine,
[ bottle of your Medicine, called IHDIAW LOXE- 1 TO!. 18mo. Illustrated 50 cents; gilt edges Savannah and Charleston, on as reasonable terms
crsr, has l'erm&nentJ'culed two of my negroes DISSOLUTION. extra, 75 cents. as can be
of a severe attack of Dysentery. I consider NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the firm of Heroines of Sacred History. By Mrs. Sieele. Illustrated carried.Jo t THOMPSON.

; it an excellent Medicine for this complaint if TITUS is this day dissolved with splendid Engravings. 1 vol.12mo. Jacksonville July 5,1831. tf
and take great pleasure in recommending by mutual consent. AU'persons holding New enlarged, and revised :edition. .!; gilt

it to the public. claims against said firm will please present them edges, extra L50.. Floats.UNDERSIGNED .
ectCuJ1Y10urs.So to H. L. FRENCH, for settlement. Theopneustj,or the Plenary Inspiration of the Holy e
; D:FBRNA.NDEZ.To JOHN M. CURETON, Scriptures. By Pro Gaossen of Oenava. THE. L. as the Agent of Hon. .
llr.E.Poinsett. F. T. TITUS. Translated by Rev. E. N.'Kirk. A new and enlarged YCLEK offers forsale ..

JACKSONVILLE 6th 1851. Jacksonville, August 8.-1851. 9-4m edition. 1 ToL 12mo. 410 pages $1. Fire Thousand Hundred and Fifty Acres,of
f May Shanty the Blacksmith: A Tale of Other Times. LAND,
This is to certify it is with much THE SUBSCRIBER Mrs. Sherwood. 1 voL ISmo. IDnstrated.
pleasure baring purchased the Em. By in fractions 4D-, 80, or 169 acres b be located
that I announce to the Public that 1 have been pire Mills hat assumed the payment of all out 50 cents.! any of the public lands in the State; of Florida en
; effectually cured of the.distressing complaint standing liabilities against the late firm of Cureton Lily of the Valley. By Mrs Sherwood. 1 ToL 18 ject to entry at the Land Office.. ,sub* .
{ called Dysenieryby the highly recommended A Titus All persons having claims against said mo. Dlnstrated. '50 eta JOSEPH FINEQAlf.

remedy of Mr. E.Poinseit. I had resorted to firm will please leave them with McQcEEif .Mc!- The Shorter Catechism of the Rev. Assembly.of Jacksonville,.June 28,1851. tf !
mss Eeg who is the authorised Agent and Attorney Divines With Proofs thereof out of the Scriptures -
many things but of no avail; I was induced to of the in words at length Per 100,.$3. Notice
try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine, subscriber.HIRAM L. FRENCH.Jacksonville is Hereby Given,

[ and to my great satisfaction was completelycured Aug. 3,'1851. 9-lm Extracts from Opinion* of the Pma. mHAT application will be made to the Judge cf ,
within a few days and have not been SACKED SCENES AJJD CHAL&Cms-fr Ret the Eastern Circuit of Florida*by the petition

troubled since with that so much dreaded dis,1 : J. T. Headley.Tlua work be of John Thompson and Harriet his wife on the
eZe. State of Florida Comity of Nassau: considered a companion to may the' very"Sot-red properly,Mountains 28th day of July next at 10 a.m, at his Chambers
at St. Augustine for to sell
j am happy say other immediate cures hare Probate Court.AT ," by the same author. Its object is to fflus-' right, title and interest of authority their infant children all the ia .
come under own observation within few trate and "render more life-like".the Sacred Writ- and to certain r
my a CHAMBERS JULY 31sr 1851. a Lot of Land situated in said
days. I cheerfully add mite to the already In the ings. It is not the author's design to supersede the county of Dural deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes to
my Matter of Estate of Mary E. Sanderson, Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain
great amount of testimony with regard to your deceased. Charles Willey, in trust Ac.UEORGE
and and
become intimately acquainted per.
Valuable Medicine. I am,relped'aJJik Petition to prove Nuncupative Will.71IBREAS. fectly familiar with its history, doctrines; and laws; June 28;.1851. '4t Att'y for Petitioners..
[ Tiv its to imbibe its feel its _
_.- "BoBert to know truth spirit, power
'Ir'arrison7.qof the
( To E.;Poinsett, Esq. V V. Above County and State, has this day-filed and partake of its salvation; to a word to prize, Masonry, Bricklaying, Plaster'
I a Petition to and establish before the in some measure as it deserves,this treasure,which iNg' &' :
) JACKSONVILLE, May 21, ISM. Nuncupative Will of Mrs. Mary.E. Sanderson me,'late is indeed beyond price.' We predict for it a circulation ,

Dear Sir: I consider it to be a matter of duty of the before named County and State deceased far beyond any of the amthofa former works. THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method'of

to inform you that I have laboring under and I have appointed the first Monday in October -The Newt, Ja.1tA. ? r. the public that hem ready to _

a very violent attack of Diarrhoea,which next atm residence In said county for the taking SACKED Sans AND CHAXACTEES-By Rev J. do Bricklaying, Masonry, 'PIuteriugShleco
[ baffled the skill oftwo Physicians,and rendered evidence for the purpose of establishing said Will T.Headley. author of the "Soared Mountains? Work; &c, &c. He: will furnish plans and ( t

1 : me unable to do work. But fortunate' the hearing to commence at 10 o'clock on that day: tic; This work will add greatly to the reputationof drawings, when desired by persons for wiott :
any It it therefore Ordered and Decreed That aU the author. In literary merit it more than he is engaged to execute work ''without extra -
Jy,when adout to give all hope of ever ote -
up his ."Sacred Mountains. Mr.
persons interested are hereby cited and admonished equals Headley excels charge. He is well known to the citizens of >
taming relief heard of your INDIAN LOXB- to be and appear before mo,' at.the said time and in his glowine style and vivid de .,.His Jacksonville I
CUST, and the use of five Bottles has entirely place, in order that they and tiny and all of them works are a rich treasury._of an the sublimity ofthought 'a competent' mechanic; tad
I"r| restored me to health. I take much pleasure may contest the same, if to them shall sum fit. ,'moving tenderness of passion, and vigorous workhe; has performed already Tor d iismi
to recommend your Medicine to all those who .Given under my hand and private seal, (there strength of expression, which "are to be found of the place, he refers to as an additional evils '

[ may be similarly afflicted. Yours, tc, [[L. s] being no seal of niece,) the day and year in an,,.the languages b,which mortals'declare theirminds. denee of his qualifications. .
-See Daily G/o6e, Jan.ItA.
first above written. Casts
BENJAMIN DAVID. Jjf and Moulds, for ornamental plat*
AND -By tering also furnished. JOHNlTERS.
[ '' ToRPunsettEsq. Judge Court of Probate Nassau county. ley.-We have not for along time sat down to a
JACKSOKVILLE June 27, 1851. book with more pleasing anticipations, or found N.D.-To Planters he would say he has nmtkexperiahc'e '
OFFICE Corny or PKOBATE ) those anticipations more fully realized, than in the in putting up Sugar Batteries, and -
Dear Sir:.I am entirely relieved of my complaint Nastau County. j jI perusal -of the work before us-and we know it solicits work in that line, confident that he can .

thanks to you for your "INDIAN LOXEOUSTr James T.O Neil, Judge Court of Probate for will be hailed with gratification by the admirers i give the amplest satisfaction. Charges det.
it is the best I have ever used for the the County of Nassau, do hereby certify the fore of the talented author. His _" =a and : ate. J. L ,

i disease and I feel happyjn recommending it to going to be a true copy from the minutes in the hit Marshals" was,perhaps as popular, and found JacbonT1lle'Hay 31j 1851. ly :
the public., Tours truly; above entitled cause. at least as many'enthusiastic readers as any book

i GEORGE COULTER.To Witness my hand and private seal,,there beingno that can be mentioned. We'think the MBambles Administrator's Notice.r
E.Poinsett Esq. .seal of office this 31st day of July,A.D. 1851., and Sketches" are destined to be as popular at
JAMES T. 0' EIL;- least ,as any of, his previously:published works. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That six
1 BATOS IsLiiro,'St.John's Beach, ) i Judge of Probate, Ac. [I.So) There ia not,a dull chapter in the work, filled as it from date, I shall apply to'the. :

August 7,1851. J August 0. 60d with 'an infinite variety." ,The author has ample : Hon.Judge of Probate of Dnval county, for s :
room and verge enough for the employments of his final discharge from the Administration of the
Dear Sir This will inform that three and' :
: you fine talents to great advantage- most snecis- Estate of Solomon .
said :
of my children re dangerously with the Administration Notice. fully has he accomplished the task. The biographical of Hnffingham, late of' .
,Duval deceased.
Dysentery or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks PERSONS interested are hereby notified' sketch of the author is interesting and "well county ,
WM. B. ROSS .; '
ALL considered and adds much to the value of the ,
I tried almost everything that I generally used six months from the date hereof I shall .
; book which is in neat and attractive May ID 1851. 6mNotice '
for this disease, but all to no effect ,A friend present my account of my administration of the estate got up a very i
style by the pubJiaher.-S.P la1Ul Transcript, .
Henry Hartl deceased;; to the Honorable
uf mine Medicine
t i ) called INDIAN me trJlour it- Judge of Probate of Daval county; and ask for a D a,l 5 tk.Mr.Headley. Execdtor's I

Anal settlement with the same and discharge. from : is one of the most'promising writers 18 HEREBY GIVEN That six "
acd am happy t"u that 1,Bottles of it cur- NOTICE
my administration thereof.SUSANNAH: of this country, and we have here one of his from date I shall apply to the
ed all three of ray children-hoping valuable Adm'x. best books which he his ,
( ) your HARTLEY --one on can safely rest Hon.Judge of Probate of Dnval fora I
Medicine may become generally known August 9, 1851. 6m Eame. |t.It possesses the uniatiguing charms of pe- final discharge from the Administration county) .
to that all that may be afflicted with this disease feet simplicity and truth. There:s'a graceful of the
may have a certain and safe remedy, Administration Notice frankness pervading 'composition, 'which engages Estate of John Yeoman, late of said county of- I
:Tours truly the interest of the reader in.the author as Dun deceased., -
JAMES,LATIMER." SIX WEEKS AFTER DATE, I shall apply to, veil as in the subject. His rambles about Rome, WM.-B.'ROSS, Ex'r.
Hon. George Herbert; Jodg* of the,Pro* Paris /:and London, exhibited a thousand lively May 10,1831,,- CmF5r -
Pilot St. Johns. Bar. bate Court for the County of Columbia, for Letters. traits of an ingenious nature, upon which a man of .. .
To...PoinsettEsq.jAcxsoTrm.Lr'Ju1y30., of Administration on the estate of William Mick taste win delight to linger. We predict for this a .
l' Icr deceased. THOMAS M.MICKLER; sale equal to that of any of the author's works.S .- I Sale .

1851. August, 1851k 6m No*Tort Nc SUGAR MILL,with at the irons necefl.saryTor i
1 Dear Sir; I have tried your very valuable The collection is one of which no author need be A 'the application ef horse power.

Medicine ftrrDiarrhoea and 'find it.;by far the NoticeS ashamed.1 It consists indeed,of some of Mr.Head- The rollers' are of iron, 18 inches in diameter
he best and safest cure for this dangerous disose ley's moot brilliant and high-finished compositions inches
36 in length. two BOILERS-
that I have,ever known or heard of.. My I HEREBY GIVEN, That thirty lays after -of these specimens of his abilities by which he Also ,
little daughter aged about two yean, had suf- date,application will be made to the Hon. may be judged with the greatest safety to his fame measuring 150 and 200 gallons respectively. -.
of the Circuit Court and thinker.-See fiew-Tort Delivery at Jacksonville or Palatka. '
and'was reduced Thomas' Douglas, Judge as a world-painter ,
to almost stele-
rered long a '
f Eastern Circuit of Florida,for leave to sell cer- Tribune,Dar A184S., For additional particulars, apply to,S. W". :
,and tried of Bottle of INDI-
tot part a your
tain real estate in the Count Nassau!;devised N.B..The above'Bottks will he forwarded to br- BAKER, Attorney Law, Jacksonville*..
AN LOXECUST and it haft acted like a charm '
blAlaIi-Pemaudes in her last will and testament der at the trices mentioned, free of postage,to any Florida. .'
i the child is n w improving may be seen by to George Stewart DeWitt Clinton Stewart part ofthe United States,'on the receipt of orders May 15,1831._ tfAdministrator9 ". '
bl.thouwho do lioUeUne. Repectfully, with be sent at ;
.Walter Stewart and E. Tracy Stewart miners. .money.' Money may by email' my
/ ,A. V.COLVIN.'To ? risk. *:ITotlce. : : '
Poinsett .. GEORGE STEWART JOHN S. TAYLOR,Publisher. ,
,Esq.ST ; I Natural GnardUa'and- Trustee _j. __? '. ..1U.wN.Y..L'- Stx MONTHS .AFTER :DAtE W aha11.,.

; NICHOLAS,Fla, July 31, 1851. Jacksonville, Ang: 1851; 3*' _-_ __ August.:- 2m. .' present our accounts and vouchers to they,
This to ,that ; j Ho. ad 0r jPVnbate for ColumbIa county
Dear Sir: is certify two Bottles ,
Florida for a final ,.
sememt.-* ,,d' uk.a jjj
of Medicine called INDIAN.LOXECU3T f'k ., In Circuit Ceart: -
your charge from' the further Administration
haS an.Dl1y'caftd two of tier Negroes; of HEREBY GIVEN, That thirty day after .1.
'date application will be made to the Hon. PLORLb4 Estate Archibald Hcgans, late said ownly ;
severe Diarrhoea I tab.1eamit in recommending 1
a of the Circuit In .. ./ ,deceased 'of which all persons.interested, ,
7 your valuable.. ) \ &:being Thomas Douglas;Judge Courts? \-\i CMamcerT. _'' are desired to take notice. / .
Florida for leave to sell eef- .
Circuit of
Without doubt one ofthe best and safest remedies Eastern MatflAa Ann Wafcrd, 1 ? '- Z. HOGANS Adm'x:
'real estate ia the county otNulluiamsed'b L. TIoILL Los Rivokcz. ,
this disease that I heard ,
for, hare oraeen.
Jo' 'J. ROBERTS AdmTn .
"- Yours Mary Fernandez in her last will and.testa Daniel WDford. J J, ; _

.WiCvMcINTYRE,truly, ,', [ nt' to,'Julian. A.tillalonga and LeenilU. ;':D.: TT appearing to the satisfaeUon of the Court'that' Alligator;Fla'May 17;'1851. 6m ,, .
: / 1. the Defendant, Daniel Wflford, resides beyondthe
Villaloneat \ ,- .
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.To E._Pofnjcttt rga c7ACZSOtiTTStLtttiane JOHN,L. VILLALOKGA, limits of the State of Florida, to that the, ordi- Notice.. jj jjTTAVitlG l
i ,vt, 1851. Natural Guardian and Trustee.JscksonvUleAug. oar j igpcess cannot be served upon him:. ". determined to dnseontinne any 1M.. t
have titled Indian Loxecust .0 5t On|motion of W.')Urea,.Solicitor C m. 1JL. .an
Dear J3ir f I your ; l1831.< sent'buaiDeu at t1 place persona
ill myl&mn11.and have found It a very valuable; \ plaIit nu tO.rdered, That a hearing- 1MOD the indebted tome in any.. ; an ..reaaested.
remedy for 'Diarrheea: ..1 take. igreat pleasure OLD IflOIfi BKAS8 COPPER' -: facts charged in the Complainant Bill, at the Tje- to'parvpi;by'the I5tn of February next ether-

I : in recominenJiBgJt: ,to the jmblic.Bespeetfuljy. ." iJ'WANTED:. O:' eember Term next df the Circuit Court to'M bcl I. wis their acoooiits and ne tea will be placed m.: I ,

;; J.'TOWNSEND "' en Alligator, in and for the corm/of Columbia. thd hands of as Attora for suit .

I, Egbert- Poinsett,,Esq;, 'sJACXSOXTTLLT I P ER80NS Having wish old to IrenBiWWCoppetwhich of will find provided'Thai a copy of this order be pdblished as A,Cor, Esq 11 my authorized Agent .to+ eol*
y they dispose the law directs/for tie space of three inantbs. ted aU debts and transact other rasinefsforme.
., J ,'Z. Fit,M;y'11j ls3t.\ ready sale for all they cafa bring,at the'FobJarksonvine *-' .11.; TBO.DOUGLAB'Jatdget Die. t .-- JAMES any R-COLE. f

i 'that-I bad Dot ,;:Fla. ,and_,receive/JIbenl/ "Atruseopy: : c 1
sir to
r t. Dear This ma/certify yon attack- c tor e : r TesLS.. SCAKBOKOCGB, Qtdu> i Garey'Ferry. n&J&9,1831, ;jaill .

I a Diarrhoea negro girl,. and suffering that tftf.cl.eta-anre use.ofRons;: "bottle of 1., -- ",.'.GEORdfe qlJ! : ; .3 iBbl. .!_hi r TUft B GflCVTEI,-A?fresn lot.ef caeice.; .
preparation oa Tln4 flntfiTrTirffrm* effectually .1fa1 17.J"I, It., .. ,. ,jfatlce:Is : e.j .' 'Hams,GoahenBuUer,' :Mackerel, Faltoa
.Hereby eidore of -
thk method of
cored her and I.wonld take re- -< .. Ku'kel 1 MasPorkAay
.. \ f' a F1 otbeeex ash" 'tftt b. !R tr\ rriHAT I shun petition tti Ics JheWil Doufdaa, 7d'CUE.R k. CO.
comnietidIn l#as aTerymhtaMt' ; Medicine.Sflcox .. "lA'itfonthestter.da.Isbslipresebtayaa' ;Lf 'Judge of the Cirtult Court;luaierfl Circurt of lIal ;#- e _,'.;J" .

t .,t,... Totes.. -_ IOHNJRANTLY. S 1 cooaU end voga P%a Artsthiistntof pf Florida lot leave toseUXot No-'IV;sd one half of : -d sromR, -
"f" Wi' :
,1fB'WIr ; ;
the BatatoijoltOtorg*,_S-Paya itA the.HonJndteofProbatea Let Ko,13;ia the.Town of Affittiw,.belonging te- __ .
'- "" : ; ; .
; ,A. ; ffiiWxnrough eouaq,aad Ute+ IDisiot SunIet t3:BIiott"iL; ,. i.. / t' '. : ll Dr'Ja opened new_CLOTHING A -.
a -t CHARLES F-i'lTCJiJWT {iosdLa.'ar J BRY GOODS STORE on Bay street.,
for [
t 3i0RTBSMeraateIaeeotmtae [sUn at the sasle'tletaeti afply.t= Pj..i.i-'W14.. I t :4t, >.- ," oatf doer East of.Mr.Fmnefsa's: ,'and..respectfoBylaTites -
t\ '
A..JDY ofDm4 i discharge'frm ''the;Admi of the I. 'V : A ... the it:of JacfaonTffie'aBdthe. ;9
deceased to tla1lC t..ot ProbotesfOT ; e".::r uperttors bttapttd??MliTttl* 1) I J. {ding coaatoy'.tense'4 see fee'16e.-1
naI ;aad\ ist lit"tt'i esWemeotandalte'M'Me 'tlJi tWittJ.-__ > t:1; 'JJ,.. : f.'". :. f 'L -lIaii' .D.eiiWB < w feelves.- You wffl positively.b flY- "1II"1
,'et.111 81 J' Jl'''fl'o'm'Bsfalfl.Pi' 14't 1.'t4 '-; '". YOJQ' Ut'Ufo t B B1iiti.> ra oPP1CJJ." 19U a, pew store cheaper than ever you.J'd"In J"8CboD-- .

tMAlvt-1- 1-.. 'J'.'Ii .'fL1 '4' !! ;-:. .it tr'7. to fait wwcuaTpjtuH of Lota HoasM. MTlU.be re.x. : clo J hfODl:;

: ', t r" A.-.Ai wtJ.I,l 4..A,'ls.st.u'J'tl"'l.&tSLCOX'i. -ar ;Om-'" :1. .tIip .J "f L"28'. J 180. out,1 t.-_'_f.1.. .Real\. Eetateof- every description"A jaiyi9t 14,18SI. "' e. C',


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e : IS publUbe every { ... ,.. 'vf'L : THESUBSCBIBEE :ot .Lona Staple t .[;!'reform the citizens of Jakeeaalzrroandbg

r" I II the County of DkvatfT&dStsta..... ol Florida, I v# H.. 1 Cottona t.b1ie itlllcontbniu the' *nnf tnre flt*, ,./.-.! '" : : ? its; ;country,that be hat '.

: CHARLESBY $Avtatav!received.from fe" York a',tnpply', '6rT1Pe 'of thelatatL+e'1 TedBOLLEBllOBSEGS r I Jhc>xsoa StLSjIFt..t- rn DIRECT fRQX 'JtEWfGp'erschooncrTeneriffe '
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BY Job at Ms usualiiteand r: .,Iaread1 "" 1L t.t. .:,w: ..:.
': : .'., J "I' "I j and other materials'stiUable :. i. I the shortest.no- to fill all orders at.the, shortest notice.! t a choice
J I Ii'l ire arenow prepared executed : ... : (
: :For the reputation of the Gins;;apply to tie :i ; rieu; D Gaods G ; "
,.: : tIa11 kinds ofs > to/those who have them 1 lr." t.idTTORN tt 'k o rye, J roceYl
following Agents or : s t
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:: : CIreidaM,. :
Psunphlets, -'
:t I NiT.XJWt Rare ; .
; j Law.Blanks, Hand Bills-- <* In. use D i ?(* T':* (- < ::

,. Badness Cards, Show Bllla, iAGENTS.: J ,r.LIBATOE",COL9ItSIACOUljTYFi:; T.,ItLORID1tt, : which,he offersfor. *sale at-.the_\\O 'tet

ri ,I D3ridveitUemenw: w.ltbe inserted on the follow- TialUiix;J.abels,", CardI.B111t* J -7' :..fcc,: fccn.f Lading fcci ,' I ''Q toDP( v costA, Cent ervillag ,Oa. 'f. M.:Whit Smith;'Qffiwai.Alligator. -'. J 1 FOR CASH OR COUNTRY- PRO-

". : iDIt.ermls :: 11X111 WlIj'or tCOro.ftAiI, bind,toA '& id.on .,'Capt.B.B."Bythewood; Beaufort'! S.._C. ..: UO'BritDjOUlC8 at Newnansville.. at,..the arose formerly, occupied
. 1'I oftwelfeliliesanduaderfor iScott&D V'eattitCharleaton.8.C.:!, f.tt:
r. 'c' 'J1ine .
r. onwper.ciu delivery.. L 14. '' & Harris O Gala .E..Flofida. 'j May:31,1851: HarrisonJJay t./ Particular,*
'. Tison his and '
: thatfirst1nseition'aiKi75cents.foreachsub.equantlnsemoB. Fernandes, Bisbee Co-/cksonville; E. F Billed to large elegant .

Dearly advertiser* *a liberal dis. _:NwVottrxE. : .AND' CniAr POSTAGE.aRAHAM'S :. ;R R,Dukes, Palatka, E. M'. | ;, ; :MoQQeen Molntofili, Ladle: Bonactt,>:S1
be made r & Co.. Ga. the latest and most ***
count will S.Hot Sayaiinahi I ATTORNEY AT LAW, of ; approved i )lK
ffJ-All:: advertisements. must be paid"for before in.enioTUt.nk S. L. iblack & Co., AUigatorE.F. Courts. in, the I' fob. Also,,to his beautiful stock ol.i ,.;, ')
L -.bv' a regular...cnatomer. Byrefemngu American' Monthly ,Magazine.TTfTE ..' ;Linger & Harris,EliabethtowcLowndes TX'tIiLatiend'th W' "Eastern Circuit Circuit;" the .United.' States CENTLEMEN'S''BAT llE.4iJ

the requisite sum may be ascertained County -Ga., r .
> our terms PLD.7ING, BOOT8.8HOCall
District Court at St. Augustinej.theSupremeCourt
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lubscribers who
cdngratulate'our .re-, Jr.
: transmitted with the ad.ertlaenient.tAdretlaenienta ALSO i and
and and Claims for examine before
with.tbe W 'ceive their books by; mail, the. at Tallahassee prosecute r p
or:; : not rtarked numberof change in the rates'of postage upon periodicals.After .3 Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the citizens in any part of Florida against the Government where. D. 11 ct1E1l
insertions required,will continued o.nll1forbld subscriber at moderate rates. Persons want either before Congressor 'Jacksonville ,
t the first of July the postage on Graham'sMagatine .at Washington;, May 3,1851.FjautatsOB .,,:
j and charged for. will be but lug Gins, or Gins repaired, please dIrect to at the Departments. ."tt t
: will be for all announce-- Agents,or to S. L: BURNS, Florida. -' 't '
dollars charged East
(O"Fi, 3- .ADDRESS, Jac\sovtilet and MIll-SJj
.... 2% CENTS-UNDER 500 MILES. St.b: &Iar1'. Georgia. : !
.of candidates for office. tf Sale. ,
me it 5 CENTSUNDER 1500 MILES.We :&la131,1851. 6m May 11, 1850, ;10-
One squire,for Six Months, :. t 110 00 J .. 1-WILL DISPOSE OP at -

,. Notice to Debtors and Creditor. $ I. 7.00, rery:confidently look for greatly in.creased.circnlatioii -' J' l.sale. PLANTATIONOB,
I I Oscar Hart my ,
the mail at
through .these
i ; Application for Letters o Administration 5 00 rATTORA'EP.AT St. John's river, at the mouth 'of
rates and trust that our old friends the PostMasters OF Ju
All notices will be inserted gratniUS"All LAW, creek sixteen miles above .
fjg religious Jackaoat
will oblige 'us ,in making the fact Pr. S. S. .T1ITC8'.BCELEBRATED '
t131.T available In their respective poet-towns. ME, ICINES. (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) situation is known to be'the most b< "

: .admissible personal communications,will 1 With the next number of"Graham" com- .WTT7ILL practice in the several Counties of the river, -and is remarkable for iti_'

:' charged as advertisements.' mence a new volame, this number being theat e Used by him with dwttnguuhe.tcost in the V V the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend not a case of fever having occurred

t.' (03* All, bills for Job Printing must be,paid on thedelivery of volume thirty-eight of the work.. The cure of to :the collection claims against the U. many yean. Thedwelling is spi..

If" '! I I of the work. sag continued, and still increasing support of Coughs, Consumption! Catarrh, States for:Military Services,and for Horses lost, comfortable and calculated fir the '

r. 07 Jill communications must be addressed tot the American public to this Magazine, encourages Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia or other property lost destroyed by troops in dation of a large family. The land
renewed efforts acres) is of good quality and well
us to make this favorite, said service. ,
t : a Editor, rottajt paid. monthly in'all respects worthy of its reputation Gonorrhoea, Piles, FemaleComplaints Also"claims, for Pensions of disabled Soldiers, the cultivation of cotton and coi "1Id

/ of being &c., ,:&c. or the Widows and Orphans of deceased Soldiers. fifty aCres suited for sugarcane. nen y

y;. : GREEN'S The Organ of American Talent. ALSO Also, claims for Bounty.Land to officers and admirable site for a steam .aw-Jlm.
soldiers and the Widows and Orphans of deed. mouth of the creek, and it possessesUiitage
The new-volume will embrace the writings ,Dr. S. S. Fitch' Supporters, ,
of inthe
TYPE FOUNDERY : being :: centre.of a
: officers and ? tes%
of of the authors of established Tubes Lectures
most and .
reputation Braces, Inhaling \ wooded with
country finely (
Also will his attention ytjlo/
:: No. 128'Ftn-TO.i STREET, Suit BUILDING, who have uniformly contributed to its on Consumption,'and the give There'is' flourishing
t to examining Titles and Records,and assertain- orange grow
l and while will continue
n names to ?
I. NEW TOKE pages, -
' E ; art of preserving Life and lug claims to Lands. \ premises, which formerly produced it
added the
? No 17 CANAL STREET Row Nfw ORLEANS.' long'liatof a
Ii of a thousand dollars a and
t greatly increased quantity of reading will be Health to Old Age, All business entrusted to him will meet with year, wiB'si

's TO. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND 1 given In the July number we shall commence .. 4-c., 4c. prompt attention; and all instruments of wri do so again,judging from the pretest ft.
" I ting.will be executed by hint with neatness and and healthy appearance of the treay
; for
PRINTERS. 'THE OCEAN the sale of
i BORN, I have been appointed Agent Post Office at Mandarin is within fro
i despatch.
r WITH confidence I invite the trade, before A TALE OF THE SOUTHERN SEAS. the above Goods, and will keep themconstant- JacsksonvilleJan.25,1831. tf I and the steamers pass and repass the

' e purchase elsewhere to give me a A ly on hand at my Drag store, in the Town of -
powerful sea story, from the pen of S.A. their-regular trips -to and I from Si
,p. call nt No. 123 Fulton-street, New York, or at Gpdman, Esq., of South Carolina. Tampa; Tampa Bay j FlL Those wishing to purchase this propesy
No. Cnnal-st..Row New Orleans where lam P. R.James will Dr. L.D.. ROGERS. J l oRobert 1
I i G. continue his contributions Baker call on, or address by letter, the au -
'" ready to furnish them with all kinds of and will furnish during the next six Jacksonville .
: Bean! Bears II Bears ;; ATTORNEY E.Florida.CHARLESB <
; :-- BOOK AND NEWSPAPER, TYPE, months,a novel of some length written expressly WILL purchase all the BEARS' OIL and JACKSONVILLE E. FLA.

Y- t of the newest and most beautiful style. lam ) for Graham's,Magazine. I GREASE that the Citizens Florida will Jacksonville, May 10,1851.; ,:tits
WILL in the Courts of the Eastern
'" also prepared to supply the much admired ,A Series'of Splendid Uluetratwns ship to me in Savannah. will pay for the Oil practice
Circuit Hamilton of the middle Circuit
Scotch letter, having lately procured from Scotland are now in the hands of our artists, which will One Dollar a Gallon, the Grease hitty Cents a :county PENSION AND BOUHTIf
.in Benton and Hillsboro7 counties of the
a series of these beautiful faces, together surpass any thing to be found elsewhere in Pound, the articles must be Pure or I will most : '\t
, Southern circuit in the court at Tally and
with every variety; of form and pattern of Monihly Magazines. No expense will,be spa positively reject them. I am a good judge ol hassee and in the United Supreme States District con OBTAINED for.". the.Iror officers their leot aoldarsrt i '
red to meet the largest of the them. They must be in their natural state. I ,
Florida; and will prosecute claims against the tre* ,,,
lic in this department of'Grah m. W. HUMPHEYS, Pensions for lirp,tor widows nr.ub oSeea
I Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance United States before Congress and,the Departments
.I and accuracy of all theType manufactured by OUR PARIS FASHIONS% deo at Washington soldiers who marrired previous, to 800.- .** ,
Nov. 16 1850. 1!avannall / .
" me cannot be surpassed by any Founder in the we shall continue to furnish: in addition to ly Being located at Jacksonville far life, he will '

: Union. By an entirely new method in the other highly finished :engravings, from the To JPost masters-Post Office give-hi cadre'and unremitting attention to his 'mHO>1IJN Y LAHD.

, ; ; tniziug: :and'caSling;I am enabled .to-retain the bands o f the very best artists. stamps. profession, and all business entrusted to his tf9
; i I' virtues of the of the metal and care shall meet with attention. For the, u Yiil1g" or the widows, ttmchildren
compownt:parts All Post Masters and'Editors are authorized undersigned,Postmaster at Pleasant Grove, : prompt
' thus' to produce/in addition to an elegant; the "to act as ,agents-to -whom specimen copies TIm an Co.,Maryland,was the first person J. McBOBEKT' BAKER. deceased, officers, and. printa]

, f .most will be furnished, desired. in the U. S. who conceived'and undertook extensively August 24' 1850.him .. ,_ wiq served in the L*f
; SOLID AND DURABLE..TYPE,. \ '' to publish,the idea of supplying all post offices '
TERMS f with
: War of Great BritifjJMexican
:. I heretofore offered. to the public. To'this last with cheap stamps. All stamps made yare -
: I feature I would in particular call attention for $3 per annum. 2 copies for $5 & copies for warrented equal or superior to any other that I McHobert Baker, -.War j'.or in any of tie J
) $10: 11 copies for $20. .For $10 we will Bend can be procured at the same price,1 and whenever '
solidity and durabilty of Type is on.the principle the Magazine for 5 to one any are sent out in any way defective or "ng**' fa"- ATTORNEYS, AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., Alan War, since JL790.jjSj

; of economy, of the greatest'' importance to Addrese yean GEO. R. GRAHAM person. tory, duplicates shall be forwarded,bn notice,without NOTARY'-PUBLIC. : Terms moderate' where. the'claim i isestiMsj
all Tbe members of the craft I Ij otherwise no charge. )
typographers. charge. AU who order a set of strap, WITH ;"j
j \. will also find me ready to supply all.ktnds of No. 134 Chestnut Philadelphia.. CHANGE FOR :DATES, at,Two Dollars only-(for CoarxissioifEK' appointed oy the following States The Subscriber also ippointedAgeatiadu

; PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE May 24, 1851.: thirty pieces)-shall be kept in stamps adlibitum.Address to take TestmonyAffidavits& Acknoml- of Columbia! for:.the .I**.!
"Post Muter,.Pleasant Prove, AUega.DYCO. edgemeats to be used,therein: -
I for the establishment of complete Printing Offices PROSPECTUS OF THE Md." British Commercial Life Icswui
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; R 9 Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones; 3 times,and sending copy of paper shall receive Delawt Pennsylvania ', Established in 1820,and empowered by act sfn

;. Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys,Big. UNDERSIGNED Committee of Pub pay in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amount re,Marland,North Carolina, merit,for the insurance Lives andibeeaim
lets, Closet Racks,&c., &c. THE a ,of the Bfll is ordered;-or,if. preferred, a wood engraving South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama nr cbildren,in London,New York ofWaihinjtoii
1! on the part of the Muscogee and will be furnished, to order, Or,an engraved Mississippi Texas.
I 01\1 Type taken in exchange for at 9 CAPITA. $3OOO,0:,*:;
new Russell
Agricultural Society, respectfully invite head and of the value :
I I newspaper design, of FiveDo11ar& July, 27 1850.: ly
. cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most public attention..to the following Prospectus June 14, 1851. Commonicntions addressed to ,the ta&nsl

liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the ; of a Monthly Journal, to be published in Washington,D, C.,will receive prompt

ground of furnishing to the purchaser an article this city, ;under the auspices of the above Notice. Philip Fraser, M.-THO

with-which he will be pleased and which. will named Associaiion. ._ > A TTORNEY&: O.U.1(8ELLOR.AT LAW Attorney Law,and Commissioner, {$
bring him the'worth of hid money}-c s. The work will be devoted to the interests of SIX MONTHS after dAte we shall present i Deed for'Nort h and Sent C I

2 Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Agriculture and Horticulture,'Domestic and accounts and Touchers, as administratrix JACKSONVILLE, FLJU, P.. S.-Reter,it aecel.a,,;to tbe Hnch

Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished Rural Economy. Under these several heads and administrator of the estate of John Stand- WILL attend to anT professional business ments; nd Members ofConcress.& eralty.

, .I with an estimate in detail of the cost by will be included all that concerns the culture ly,late of Alachua county and State of Florida, to him in the Courts of the Washington Citj,November, 1850.: -.. '.ll,

r' atatin: size of paper and kind of work to be ex- :of Crops,the inprovement of the Soil, the man deed.' to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at 1 '"

ecnted. ; agement of the Farm, the Garden,the Orchard, county, for a final settlement;and at the same Tallahassee He has also such, an'&dyanta.geous In Circuit .Court Eastern g":
. Publishers of Newspapers who will insert Flower Yard, and the House-Keeper's depart. time we shall apply to said court ';for letters of connection with an able Lawyer at Wash : .

this advertisement three months and send me ment. In their connexion with the interests of discharge from the administration of said Es: ington City as will ensure a prompt and ape Florida, ,in Columbia. Coi ,

. the papers containing it,addre red to"NesbitPs the Soil, the other industrial Pursuit of the tate. All persons interested are desired ito dy'collection of such claims as may be placed, -. -;; "

'.l Register New York, will be paid in,materials land, will receive their appropriate attention take notice.. .. DICY STANDLY Admi'x. in his hands against the United States. N,,xcY COOK, "": ; '

. I of my manufacture,provided they purchase six The "Soil of'the South" will be under the SEBRON J. STANDLY Admn'r Sept,,8th,1849. 1y T8. f'rymtf; :1'orce.'j,
M times the"ameuntof" their.bills foradvertiaeiug.' editorial supervision of Charles A. Peabody Newnansville Fla. April 5,!1851. JOHlf C. CooL. -
; I.- H. H. GREEN, f Esqr,:;and Col.James M%Chambers. Mr. Peabody NATIONAL & D Kendrick ::1 T appearing to, satisfaction of tie 0
" I No. 128 Fulton-st New York and : has A GREAT WORE! that
been for two years connected with the AT the Defendant,John Cook;is a i*
?$. No. 17 Caual-st. Row, '.New. Orleans Agricultural Press, and is equally distinguish W A.8HllYGTONIFROH COUNSELLOR' LAW, sident of the State Florida:and that Vt]

ed.as Practical and Scientific .Farmer and \17TLL practice in the several Courts of the residence is unknown to the Coaplaisi

Auctioneers Gardener.., CaL Chambers is one of the mod StUART'S .:MOST :CELEBRATED rM/t .Eastern Circuit: ,"and in the Counties of It "ordered. that the said Defendant
, ;, / intelligent and successful Planters in the South PAINTING. .j Hillsborough and Benton, of the Southern Cir and plead, answer'oldeniur: to.this.fiftj

ARE requested to notice the following Act They will be assisted by an able corps of Con rpHIS large and magnificent FULL, LENGTH PO R- cuit of.Florida. in three"months1 or.tbe same will bet ts*

: J i ) .. ,All who desire to have tributors! among the practical Farmers and JL TRAIT OF WASHINGTON, from the burinof Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.-noT.17., confessed;provided publication be made

their terms extended according to Sections o f Planters of the ,Land. an American artist, is considered by all who order as. the 1 directs. ai .
have. it to be of the .
seen one most beautiful '
7 fe, 'hi I, I the:Act' ,,:nust give new ,bonds. ". .. ". Each number will contain sixteen pages oj t of art ever published, and a correct likeness specimens Wm. BL Tonno '(Signed,)' THOS.,DOUOttfl

a 1 -" JOHN' BEARD. quarto size,printed with new type on superior Of Washington.) The size of the plate ia 18 by 28 FACTOR & COMMISSION. MERCHANT, A true Copy Test, Jvlg&r

F j Comptroller. white paper, and furnished to subscribers al .inches, which will make a handsome picture for the I" flforth Commercial S. SCARBOROUOH

i I Tallahassee, February 21,18511: be the paid rate in of advance.One: Dollar per anum,' which must parlor citizen., and should be in the hands tIt ,of\ every American Feb. 14.-ly Charleston Wkarr, S. C.Harmonic Feb.19'S1 (March.1/51.] MSTJAT'S.'OW : "

AN 1 CT amendatory of the'several Acts horn in la a correct copy from Stuart celebrated original

Irurelaturg to t1tt'app.,fntTMntln4._ J Df j .r Post Masters:; are authorized to act as Painting, now at the ,State House, Hartford, Institute QtThw 1
Auctioneers': Agents, and they may retain: in their ,hands Conn. / J'I ,:* c
Setiiox1. twenty-five percent; of all subscriptions col It is finely engraved'and. printed on superior Corner'ol"St. Jnllen Street and Market Square, York "f'
I it'enactedby the Senate and acted plate paper. That it be within the of New-Qrleans.O
: by them, ,or if they prefer It a of may means SAVANNAH; .
t House of Representative of the State of Florida copy all, the publisher has reduced the price to ONE '
the twelve
f Work will be/ent to : ZOGBAUM
any one months F CO., Importers and Dealers bile E
in General DOLLAR: -'
Assembly convened. i iUP" r ss
,That the tax gatuitously, who;will 'remit four'names with f .'in"Music and MusIcAL INSTRUMENTS .-.. ,_ ':
11 upon Auction;,sales shall be All persons remitting the amount '
two ;; may
: per,centum four dollars.. every description;wholesale and retail. B r
upon the gross amount of Bales sales ".. n U'''' ly upon receiving aperfect copy by return of marl,, Complete ands EVERY'8AMSHI|
except on ,.....1t..co 1iaO&U tinaf A"ndd... to part of the United States, furnished, and Dealers supplied PLCi.*
A + <} .. 1 any (carefully put
: of cotton: not d&inagedlUP9D'Which there up at New York .
shan prices. OFfJCE8 : '1\
rollers made '
on for the -
post paid, to William H. Chambers Publisher purpose,)free of postage. '
! j be tax of "
" I' a one half of one per cent. '' t, of The. Soil of the Columbus Ga. Address.. all.orders, '(pjpetpaid) to'the Publisher. June J'.lH" McRORY, Jr, Nb. 19 WallSt..Charlcr ; r: NeJ"Yoii '
.a South,77 -
SEC:2.' Be it further pod-** *BMV'IIO:tax JOHN S. TAYLOR .21. ,,ly 'Alent.racbo1mne. ,

rI'1 '! on'Auction saJ-r-M oe assessed or levied byRn ,. *.f.+ VAH LEONARD, Bookseller and Publisher. ,143 assan.et.,, N.T. ', Hotel Bo'HdinffNi' :<
'i ,. i..0ty or incorporated town0r cityvfn the 'R.AWARE.. July 5.. t Bounty.JLaiad ?Mobile
: ,
S General Agent
'j State,greater than .J 'l F ,,'1.E.HURT .. Agency? .. "" ,,SM.'BO. 'P.''''
; twenty.fivr' per." centum. UD r r WASH'NQTOK D-C' ? JJTEvery>attention'fad: tasks ul
the ICE
on State tax >' .... ,* Committee of jPnblication. I, ICE Hi" <'to
: ; ;i. SEC..3. Be it further; enacted 'Tl it' al l' Columbus, Qgn April 26, 181.1; r rom SUBSCRIBER possesses a Receipt'to ena- I JOSEPH :FALSER; Will v e' Drafts, Notes fit. _
J. ble prompt and:efficient "totke'Bavn '-
attention ,
Auctioneers have heretofcre been HEW any person make Ice, .In any climate; : ::1'
ted according to law.and appoin- STORE,,t with but little expense or trouble. t The process is YTO cum S of officers.and'soldiers engaged in NOTICE.; > *ftTTI
r commissions haveno MODE, Agent hu opened anew simple, and can be' the late Florida War' '
accomplished the
k j CLOtHING .by most lim /or either of the Indian :
and '
yet expired all Shave
; Auctioneers who shall here :":AND DR GOODS STORE" onJ3altreet.: 1 ited understanding; so u to' produce from even W aft in'which the United States have appointed T.O.Houoa 61T
,. after beappolnted,8haUholdhereoftice; during one door East of Mr J. Pinegan'a and re e- warm water,In the hottest climate,.a:pure Ice,'equal or the War with Great been engaged T eral Agent and Attorney a*
the period or.uz ,yearrs from the date ottbelr fuU.linites the 'cltizCDl/ot.JacbonTw8)and in every essential to that formed by natural causes. and U Britain'of 1812, and all business in the name. of Palmer i iTo
appointment;!'Prorilktj; That .all'Auctioneers surrounding' 'country to'come'and see for the'j The luxury"of always having at oneV will, in the : ny description of businesrrequiring an collect'and receive all debts due the
appointed by the Governor during the recess of aelvea.: Ton will positively buy your goods'ln'this: heat of summer, pure and dellckra*ice,will readi Agent or Attorney Washington. For prom Palmer & 'Ferris' ; Bond--Molt .

the General Assembly,shall hold their':office new store cheaper than everyou did. in --Jackson': i ly be conceded and its .advantages, in cases of ring laridarrahts his charge win be; 85.1n:.: 'otherwise, also tolD Darius'Ferris
only until the:end'of the session'of the'Gene sonville'befbre..jt a ." 't. j* MODE. 1 sickness, cannot be too, greatly* ed.'JJy thin other cases it 'will.be, proportioned ;to the ,nature All persons'having demands against1
'JUl1I1" 1851 same "
I "
-1 ran Assembly next after the date' of t ,6m process warm water can be rendered'de1ight: .- 'difBcoltiqf.th the . & Ferris '
1 theirap-. I fully cold In about minttes or Dariua Ferria deceased.1 ij
pcintment. : *, 4 ice creams, with J7f will also.act in'connection with '
." jEx,Cn tot'a Notice. J;. many other luxuries, can be made In from Agents or sent the same to T0.
: 10
.- .r to. 20 A ttorheyi'in Florida who
[ by the Governor : maj sbe toPalmer"Epaylil
Jan. 13,1851 ,uiontba minutes. r w | employed all ,indebted:
.: after, date.I
will .eta '
SIX apply) the Bounty land and other '
t. ( claims:
? on terms
: : The fo u'tiDi this which rius
J nbttBeof great Ferris art
; '; udg.o fProbateofBnvalcountyFlori discovery, is. maybeagree&n reou cited to call on Ji j
:1..1'w.l .' which
7 takenfroDnheNewYorkSma '' ( should '
to be i : | forsettlementand "
1a 1 ..: ,N0TIGE.imHJ3 ; .. 'y last Will discharged and Teatemehrof from: the Executonhlp of the "'A'l .tJ LuxeDr.' ; Jakes'.!: c Wilmington bo post-paidtftwpl)! :,'receive, ,immediate,atten. make SARAIlP.f payment., fs..

y '.f8TB.AM SAWMILLPOB', ,8.4.LE .Tison. deed produces,by an artificial Lion.;. a dog:171850'tl. .. I 3 t '
,.' ; t ??PENELOPE TISON Ezecarix:"'? process;pure and sofid toe, ( ",J ; ,:Adm'ofD.l'i: >uss .
1 -, from warm water; in the heat in I .' "," ., .. :. .
i' SUBSCRIBER;offers for salmon,*eaAN 'Feb1Sth')8sr: ; 8n1 "- than half an hour. And he can render summer barrel less Jj :; .: -. LPALMfflf*.|
of CharlDeWAUCT
a '
.aonabletermsbie,9J'EAdig 1 W.MIU t 'water U told u ice itself in 1 i .," -; : ; J&CboD'Yfi1eJazi. .r rqusoft
$ ; Police. a very few minuteay- .. "- .
MACWyERY atGarsY'sFerry.J>o- after. 'f- U, This disoovery must.. be'of immense TUlIlto all UTa. I .... : ,. .. 0111'EEH' ',: ..: I_. .' r a. .
data.shall: .".. ,.. "- ... "
,, present outh.4't. ... ., t .' ). er1da
TalcountyjFlorida The Engine is 20 horse Sate sndvouabers my act ,. ,/. ,'; ,f',1!.\u ... 1 ; rAf1l80NYlLU .E': i.,,, easel r
aver rlo n 04:} n-3jtV rolMi) and 2 & ;aa AdmIn1atrt.t rot ''Ielnrdr Thit tec wtiteh 'a.r f ; 11 'l' ,Zss knawu
; tabiItnn Hi
of '
I ftc1fel1
; George ; .t$
inaW :}
peers feet joa ; a.Payne lto' the'Hoa PBofie C
r ,r24 ; ltraoUoni for Qantyatteadeil
3g dfameter :
; j;all in Judge of Probates or Hillaboroa eindfeeferijiaoe i ,+eooting to and PM1'\Ntu i lie. in. the ciiy of k AnfOffea,;
.;:- c,complete?'tfe r r, '.an. <| 'ready'fpy JmnVediateuse( ,.hi1I.'tJi'e "tie gI,f,QoUJtr;Mad water,and numerous other?rtseful 't w,8 bi eonoted.84t1l: !'trsl.rtlel3 act'order,iafcr.rent.for. ".-
; t! Jaakadlltmtr' di
I.,Dan lino .,Ct'rn. min attacbe&;.The,, DI1D'' a. discharge 1*..tID'the apply-to s diLf 6vA for forwarded, to.order for Two'Aofl!! ;b0't. I ...- >._aL .-- {;..... '. I'o.. -"' ... '","yr.'r "'Y-j Or irtthdttt the r.vi

aiic1. Ka .flm'ywRlbe.eoldse ra "AdminlattD.tOlf'-ot'tJie j.J ,,1. v JAB. : .voW'v GToN.'. (t l! r .. i JJthzdl418bl:.. .. .. .o.. ; 1.tti'.. ','*'!zQ'dr, Jt.,.
F iraeraasapplytome7atP .Itdeeired. laid Estate -Anpmontviteretted are faired to y'\f'I. ,4 ,, ... "\,....."...........Nluean s4.; NewYotk, ....t t1D'v.Cf&!JOI., ,. 4-t., t: C I It .... ', 't.,, .. ,.. .

:J.J..C01ee:: ..! aiea '1 itGa or tZ:tor.lJDY.acea v'I1;. 'cake.,/IU. 4b3I a: :f triKl1L :One i'm,' onl ;rbfb* appointed to'each.eoun.; 1ptN4.;BZBCUXBDATJ1'rH1Bl0PPIOB.r.1.t: !l:3 b. r..; _bkarb: Feli'Ba1i*;tftf f- :t

I ,' 'CnxaT. t;: ::cb 1" :4 1. Arli. COLvaralaila i f fudlt 4+ ""1'" ','irJOflNDARiiNGs; I',7' g sad;g-;d Mrs must'forward $50, ..-" ..:: 'A I ," .,I k "r J! i:?| ?tiGi'A'oea; : hi1 wAlltc** ** **-?ira sT'ii'SrJ"' .

f'ls.,..Ma 10185.1.t .' ;;4.'tr1i.br 4U4tf t'"t 1" '"'' '' ,4rAdsanstrator. rl con! ..y.Mil pl ot the pam Pb. T COSTA1 is { .og Ltidiei.tt, JtX:: of Eurort6iftM ftfAiBr*v-'Uo.

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