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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
April 19, 1851
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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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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what I conceive to be correct Inferma -." .iJv. ; inn in theeomzmfne'an3Dr.Phillrpcvtt

'to a ver for. Scarcely, howerrr. bad arrived 0(0
tt tionwpecting' a country which kncwn up ita] .'cultivation thai IUlAdequateideum be funned. the" best descriptions of hammock lands,'owned .the distance is ab< _Vl W.miies: ;and from'Late bedside ef the patient when.the latt -b*
recent period=was but little. of their productiveness and:durability.. ? ? 'Byj private &dMdhaTwaua'can! at this time MuaroQto the 8unepoiD violently agitated and his countensfl. A ag dexceedingly.
. nearest neighbors and to r.fute. at the same. squaremile in the who!e' be purchased For about'ten do'llsrs acre ,lJ..nolmo re thus >,T. Hector appeared'alsoteb*
which have bet.1l There scarcel/a per thirty:, The Mrantages of. tea 'wnte' b.t St.. agitated,and t'once ordered everyone oat of
the '
; time, 'circulated in relation)Irs Peninsula of ,Florida, in which carbonate DC Those 'who are desirous of:YisitingTlorida, Augustine'trey"that. thne d 0! ,'Rhich's fhe iL 'Wh n UW.1I'U done,:the 8oor'wati

I ao ,extensively "'thos< lime, in so ne ofits forms, cannot be .fcund j 'can do so now with, great facility; and-at but locatediliere G, can: bQ white un traasitu ia- looked ron the fnride. The land lady-bring ca-

health, agricultural resources, fca-rrby sometimes above, sometimes below L1)ut.. very :little'expense. .'Com iodious-aad. well appoint, tell ; ; lions to know. seas going on, \listen ed;'at
: who had'had bj.mere gliapleof the country, obtained-) {' the door;but the conversation mu"'carried'on.
generally t n two or three feet of.. the-. ,BUT- ed steamers leave Savannah three times week, on2 the best lands and the '
or prejudice,disqualified i chances, of'delays: idit languagewhich she did not usdersundishe
I 'and whose inexperience correct, opinions. face. This of.itself, would account,for th and arrive with 'great"regularity at Pajatka illabou't:36 are muc> fewer'tharf, h,the i route. By: ; however, heard the patient exclaim'* ti

L ,them from forming and dorabili of thelands.But ,. ;hoursV toiuching French "Assassin aisassinF? after,
general fertility ty at Jacksonville theXake route the -.r 80.mii : whiclr a
from .. .. ,
t The that East Florida remained : i a less of bad
fact Viclent-altereadon 'cJ
'scarcely.lessimportant Black ? PicolaU The-Englishaaa
influence climate is Creek atid in the route.
the the
and ,
United States : beautiful e; Of the
1821 when it was ceded to the Bt. appeared threaten Band the'dociortofajrpli-
hat of soil the productiveness From Pilatka to Ocalk the ijistance is 53 "
than on .
' the close of 1842 either the allotted residence Johns,one of the,finest niters in Norih Amer- ate him- c I. '-5;, t
up to certain For example,the sugar miles. Oeala'is situated about'the centre bi .-iThe latter U&1
; tribes the theatre of Indian of crops. tea eajfo l ei least'lSp miles. :afterwards left:
of Indian or account for .crop of Florida besides being .oLe month in ,Marion CoTOtyy and has:in its iCihtty some'of New Smyrna isin"'Orangecount1J and ; wend the kIt h when heprepiredsomeinediciner y"nto

hostilities,will of itself sufficiently advance of that of Louisiana,can inmost parL: the largest,:and riches bodies'of h Dfmock la din tifully situated ;which he ordered tob 'give6l the
a IEneighboring immediately on the coast. It several times the Odtht
the little bowl go that prevailed, even patient during night'
States ,of its climate, soils or pro- of the Peninsula, be left two months longer to the Peninsula It is besides a point fromwhich has a good harbor,,and has'iii"its im mediate following day- the stranger'was 'much-Worse t

j of the mature without any hazard of being destroyed'by the lands'-lnthe Aredohatograute,, and vi.laity, and toTine !isitance:of;about 20 miles and feeling his cad"approaching, he midis .

ductions. This general ignorance frost. The most'Northern part 'of. East those on the Oclawahaw.the; Withlacoehee,and North I ana tteallrif i :XttzaiiT60d1 s sign fcr pen,4nk -.and)3 lam'.aad' "wrotd a fti-. t ,
country was succeeded bjr a general delusion:, J. 1"Dlot -..y .. .. xordtiaEng Yal.JIf he-N ieto '
Snwannee rivers
the be visited
thextensivs Florida is Sontb. sugar growing portionsof conveniently yery.ri ch.sugar landsTJa of the commune .not
and this delusion:was created by _.. I Planters : mayor ,who understanding
aboaofthe superhml and erroneous- Louisiana, -and.the Southern region of, the from Louisiana, Mississippi, Ala. order to visit Ihe lands farther South,oa' the '.! ,:throw it-aside Inra"a< drawer,

of men who had Peninsula! entirely exempt from frost. ..Itia "bama, and the other South Western itatea/will Indian' and St. Lucie rivers, which are specially whereit wits forgottezfThe; stranger died tao
,, TieW'sLnd owing to.this circumstance jJoat lands of the find it'mosi .convenient to visit Florida by tar the same evening A,few---days since the.mayor
Peninsula aud whose adapted to culture of tropical fruits '
meiely flUZTclltd over the ,- led on to register the 'death of the
circumstances disqualified them from for lingpract.iC31 same.quality yield: nuch more sugar in Florida I king;passtge either to St. Marks, Cedar Keys; it is necessary to be provided with: b oats, as doctor. Who in his turn--had paid the debt of

and enlightened opinions respectingit. than in Louisiana. I or Tampa Buy. St* Marks is' in Middle Elori the communications by land, on' the Eastern, I. humanity,thought tthis'ps per and on showing 4

Indeed Host Florida possesses important ad da and its central'po<io. makes it a good side of the Peninsula are it'to his ttephew'who understood 'the Ian-
of the and not yet well established.
In short, it was officers army, the ,. gulgelu was found that Dr. Pbilippe'wal'noothervthan
, vantages a growing country, over point fromwhich to Visit. lands in that portion But from ;
and tobaccowhogave Tampa the '
Trot planters of cotton, rape -fi oJ Bay,on Western the famous Patitsob,'a noted robber
tothe world the first impressions of South both Louisiana and Texas,and is destined, ultimately of the itate. ;: .. side of the Peninsula, this region -of countrycan of.tire.United StateS all, traces of.wh u hid t
either of-those States Within few. miles of Cedar Keys on. the been lost. The had
Florida. And that these impressions were unfavorable to far surpass a now be reached with great facility by the Englishman recognized

was not owing to any want of candoron in the production of this stapleHer principal batiks, of the ', i+aunee., _the_ Wacasassa- and ,ngon-road been recently con, hica'asamanwhohad" twenty years before,:attempted
to murder him while traveling la the
Louisiana consist in the the Withlacoehee ,are some of the!largest .
advantages over superiority river the "
their part. lien who had never seen au 4 by army,the whole distance from State of Vermont America. _
of her climate both as regards its sa- and richest bodies of sugar land in the s state, -
acre of the country under cultivation, and who Tampa to Indian river.: The length ot this Themayorimmediately proceeded to the

had been always accustomed to estimate the lubrity, and its better adaptation to the' production and nearly all'of,which. + belongs'to the .state., road, which is one:of the t *e t in Florida. -is house:orDr. Philippe to' institute an inquiry. '
; He found that he had his Ulnofs'
productiveness of soils by the darkness of their of cane ; in the great abundance of fuel The lands on the Snwani.ee_-- > can. be. visited t by. 150 miles,and its course from:Tampa is about tol>e undressed, and during had made the persons,refused

the sand and which is everywbere at hard I in, Florida and means of a:steametCe which runs once a week from South East.. 'lIt
color, very naturally regarded run3North'of_ Ista poga Uke uhu tended him promise that he should beburied
marl-mixed lands of the Peninsula as worthless, which is scarce in Louisiana and in her_ superior ar Keys. some ICO ,miles up ,that. .river. crosses the Kissimmee 16'miles North of.Fort in the clothes which he then store:,'The
J all our There are on the Suwanne se'erallargeJodies; mayor however, 'ordered the body to be un I
without geographical position as regards ,
-and did not hesitate to proclaim, Basinger and has its Eastern_ terminus_ at 'dre.Scd1I'he1i it wai found that the doctor:wta
of the best markets, as well as those of Europe. of very superior hammock, lama. Suwannec '
reserve, the general stcrrility country. Fort Pierce; which is in the neighborhood. ( reality a?very spare :man; although aLways '

: Suit was with regard to health. Long before 11 er advantages over Texas are manifold; Old, Town hammock t.. .which situated? on the ,the tropical:fruit plantations.It'would .' appeared stoat the bull'being caused bf

but the most'important and obvious are thoseof : Western bank of the river-about4Omitesfrom. be advisable for those his wearing clothes wadded most thickly .His
of the to'Y
the wishing
to test salubrity .
it was possible its mouth contains land fora dozen legs were also bandaged, aDd.ono his feet 1
health good enough -,, .
climate seasons geographical
climate, dreadful accounts were published about .and there lower down proceed,'1'I'i 0 impediment t, to the examination wan found to be a very'skilfully made artificial

the "pestilential swamps of Florida"-lnd ithaving tion, channels transportation n,and abundanceof sugar plantations, are of the'country, to go provided with'theirown 'o1 e. The body was\c vexed with.'marks jof
on the same side of the river some still_ larger elosst there .
fuel horses as the ine axis of: wounds In a dark were found ser
from the ,
i inferred general topography conveyance from.
by w land. The rich hammock lands'on chests fastened locks andth
bodies of
with cripple
In to some of the numerous sugar ,
, of VfJ country,that it ougltt to be sickly J adverting pro the Eastern bankof the Suwannee. commence Palatka St. Augugtinie and, Tampa are still being forced open, they were found to contain
ductions to which labor and capital may be
-its nsolabrity cas determined upon and very limited. anna of various ksnds, watches gblJjcoinsof;
proclaimed before a case of disease had occur- profitably directed in Florida I omitted to at Fort Fanningabont miles from the. mouthof Thejands in Floridama be examined any all nations and diamonds.and. jewels to a eon*

notice either turpentine or lumber both .of the river,)and extend,at intervals,nearly the o siderable Value. Particulars of this discovery
of in the
red. The crude,and jrejudiced opinions jxonth : year as the climate,is always
whole distance to Cedar Keys. These hammocks have been trsnsmited to the Gbrtrnroent sad a
which of much importance. Taking
w inexperienced men who viewed everything art every healthy eligible_ I copy sent tor the authorities of the stale_ of Vemont. >,
from six ten thousand
eo acres
around them through the medium of their own thing into conssderation there is no countryin average season to satisfactory and .-Gafignmr'

hardships and privations were published tb the United Stttes so well adapted to the extension each require neither ...draining, nor ditching, investigation of the country is in th.thorough.- .

the world us truths and so much was the pub- and profitable production turpen- and no.portion, ,of them is*more. than_ > thr6 miles the health"of the inhabitants and,the productions TEA ix Eotrrn CASOLIXA.Dr.."Junius Smith
tine as is t6o.State of ri*r: i -Ttrmr-15 nag 'ft C1U |t""JVXl naUDbvwY' a *! B- otth of Greenville, S. 0, writes to&h'e.'J of
it to better
abused und difficult is
lic wind thus so ascertained/ ''
of the other lands transfered -
rivers in which Respecting some which are Commerce, that he has recently
efface first impressiona that, to this day, these one of the numerous navigable situated convenient to Cedar Key I'shall personaltbserTations, ,during the months of plants from one plantation to another, and du

delusions prevail extensively, even among theinbt.btmts the State abounds'that has not immediately on the quote' >September, ORober,.and I.November than aterper ring the operation,examined their roots r ft& atnd.t
: .
its hanks, abundance of pitch pine of the rich- from an article lately published in. -An. 6d of tnVyearf- i t ... .1h >: weJW:2.>fandfiwlfer .
of neighboring atstca. Ao an In- advantage cient,9-ty."by An etai'\Settler. ?: .,; Not one"ofteem was lost fr m' the rigors t
est and in addition t? this great lyobject IiipablislitngtheseLette: which
6t.ancc.C the extravagant misrepresentations quality; "uhhut'3 -NrlLTronVth'er a Jai"'Xey! of the last winter, though the snow lay on
which were extensively propagated by the first orer the,Uter So4tirerh Stetthe commences the large Otter Creek Hammock,as give but a very -meagre outline of the subjects them.8 or 9 inches deep on a level oa ,the 3d

climate of Florida consequefica of the greater fine of land in the tate.t which thay discuss is call He
explorers of the country I shall simply state a.body perhaps as any simply to attentionto January. thinks therefore the plant to be

of the it duration of the "running season," is much I[ contains about 50,square.miles, and no part Florida, and not to induce any one to emigrate permanently established in our'country.' As
the tact that, in the early part war, of it lies over 5 miles from barge navigation.The to the expense of the ulture, he believes that
favorable to the production of this article, there without. having first visited the
more '
was a common expression among them, that contemplated Rail Route is within two we may hereafter grow our tea, as well as cotton

. "the whole Peninsula WAS not worth the medicine than is that of North' Carolina Georgia-, or miles of it, there is no settler upon it, it has -country,and formed his own Judgment respecting ,.ia the face of the productions at the East,

it thus Alabama.It been recently surveyed, and it is believed to be it. Although confident myself, that Florida _
it would cost ; f'meaning
; conquer nearlyall located by the state. It is very level MAKKIAGX Yuu .The
must be obvious that a country in which possesses many advantages as a planting or A uu til New-
t> imply, in one pithy sentence both the insa heavily. timbered, and the'soil for the_most Yorker' gays; :-An extraordinary marriage
the largest, and best species of yellow pine is so and chocolate color country, over. any ,.other, 'southern State,-!
and but
lubrity and stcrrility of the soil. A stronger put of salt pepper took-place yesterday;in this city: 'The young

illustration than this could not be given of the abundant, on the banks,and in .he vicinity of in lithe. new settler may find rich soil of different would, nevertheIemi shrink from the responsibility and blooming bride was' Mrs: Macy, aged 88,

more ihan'20 navigable' will, as soon as 'colors,''and always-based upon marl, at of ad vising any man to remove thereforehe be and her-partner; Nathaniel: Starbuck. "&88
general ignorance prevailed respecting depth from ,three inches to three feet The' esta.mar
varying happycoapletook
is directed to the subject, yield ui had visited the years
a country which it can now be proved enterprise according distance from the coast Vessels country;, satisfied Troy;last; evening,'for_Hhe.e'ity of Troy

stands on an eq uaitywith any of the Southern imme quantity of the best lumber. Numerous can find a good harhor at the mouth"of the Wacasassa himself, by personal "obieriatfon,';.that it'was Where'theJ.reside..The gallant captain, R.H.Furey .

States in of soil and far all steam sawmills have already gone into operation River lithe receiving of freight there to his advantage to make it his permanent residence ,'placfd nt their disposal the bridal stateroom
fertility surpasses should be found better than to take it in barges which fitted in'elegant'styla" The
and. as lain authentically informed, It would be well for all who are desirous Was
of them in salubrity of climate in value of pro : : 10 the Keys. The, latter would .be perfectly bride is thr mother of CaptlMacy:of the steamboat
to be profitable invest of make visitvto JFIorida
have highly
ductions and in the!facilities far transporting proved safe inside navigation.57: emigrating; a Empire consort of the Troy. ."The;nfewr/ g

those productions to market ments. '"Another hammock called the Wekeiva, and before they determine on settling in Texas, married pair.are Quakers arid bad' been ion arisit ,

Besides,her rich and widespread,pine forests, separated from the one above.mentione, lies California,".or. in any other country.' Even to this city .w her* theyfell victims to the

EnD since the cessation of hostilities in Florida has also, a great source of wealth i in the on the Wacasassa River, and contains about 30 should they .be afterwards induced ,to _move 'shafts of Cupid.1 'Wefsuspect this irnnawn'match"and .
1S42 causes have combined to retard the equate mileS the most .of it owned by.the thattheirernelpareats had o
,many li'e-ak red.edar, and red-bay, which. almcet State. There are three or four families' living further: .on/the 'time! and-monev spent in this the UDJon ". _.,..

settlement of Florida Among these may be every where abound in her extensive ham' iD it,five miles from the pine woods, two sugar visit will not hayel' -;J.. lost.' They- ,will- then_ t _

enumerated: mocks, and in the mahogany of a sgperior lantations started in it,and about 60,000 U s. be > .contrasts,and to .. The howi.ot : 'Philips, in. ""Torth. Wood=

ft 1st. The prejudice created >f Bugar,made this last season.. The.cane,wasjround stock' Conn.'was burned last.weekl, W&mJhi
very_general by Duality which grows abundantly in her Southern -. seemsto'sacc'e'edadmirably. vrrireat a sound judgment ia a matter which a !

first impressions derived from the misrepresentations Keys. by.water'There'is powerwhich"good navigatio'i'rfrom the so 'deeply -,co"u-ceellis.s. them_. b And: should.U. >eyinally ire and,was Mr.Phillips discovered, and7jjhls.wife;:everything: oathe was'in. impulse flames,

of superficial observers,who had merely all the .S.landsin Florida have now mill by; barges,' down the Wacasassa.';-:'The determined to fix their residence "in ..anore )f. the moment.rnshedJinf.the'strcet,. .The

traversed the country.2d. Nearly D. plantation which 1 here refer, to.has::been setr ;remote region,;they.will nave the satis- bought of his c ildren Imme ately'naaheiupn

The geographical position of the Peninsula been surveyed a' large portion, of them has led for eight years" a sufficient time to test Jt as factlofL'of',feeling certain' lhat they 7i T*'noteendnped1bynew8paper > his mind, and he,rushed, into the.secona
been offered for sale,.and the most. %;valuable regards health. Those families residing this torywhere thej.&lept, to,rescue them. But
which places out of th'egreatToulcs of hammock have not been sick during their residence > misrepresentationso
have been'plIrch ed. But there are still bodies sad to relate,three of them were already dead,
travel, and hich 'has, pr tei'the'promp'f; ; obtained there, and in fact the families from Mississippi leave lehind ,them ,a,.ranch better country .so badly bUr (L*s'to.die in athorttime. ;
be at
dissipation of thus errors' of valuable land which can have: improved ;in .hCA1 h They;de- han': : selected their Mr.Phillip,;who\. aa._.-

3d. The residence- still within its border_ ,of govcrraent prices. servo' _the highest'praise for .their, enterprise new homes. a'futiIIastfauo ishman, was himself.soauohl the
The State of Florida owns bodies of arid perseverance as:'pioneers, especially'theadics flames as tot-loose all power-sighti his eyes
d a band of treacherous and ferocious savages. who it ij have not been out of the I Ihanmccb.except ,
'' said; .' ',.: :_ J, were almost literally,burned,out and hole suffering
4thl Tbe difficulty in obtaining clear titles to .selected lands, which, with a view'tojhe encouragement it might be for a day or two, : : rom other effects of thistawful catastro

lands that of settlers she ofI'ers.on liberal since,their settlement there nearely two __ .srTh'e
. ,owing to the facts the public d min any I years laffictioM, r,this J"amilj have"beea

was but partially surveyed, and thai a 'large terms.., These lands, though all'a superiorqunlitJ sh c: THe lands here are of eimilarchamcterwitn'tbose 1vnrTZ'iAx'Sot zi AT .Atro Q-; -ThefoTA llowin sore. :Jlbriginaiyco ste4 Ci ven children" ,
on Otter creek hammock;with the .i died starvation,and
three of whom "by eoaea
portion of the country was covered'by Spanish ._ 'are'divided with five classes, the the gnddent'occtirain ailetter'writterionthe
exception perhaps that soil is lighter quent.sickness,on {he, Atlantic, voyage,while
grants 'the boundaries of which were still 'prices 'which ore graduated as .follows: i stb lady-formerljr of this"clty: '
-un. ; pf. : "Almost immdiatlyadjoiningitbePeketyaon "* the, other four were:reserved Xor autc end. .
defined. 'i The_ minimum price of lands of.thefirst class, the South the ". ,en. Mile. creek.'?,hammock ;from RnabvilleScLayler;: ; -jeo.,111.# \;; .Tenm'. :_ :9.m.' ib1e. .deatTlJ., J, "' ..*"
hoe --.lj..tot
There has lived for 7 jears.a mannamed -4 -- -
cowmen and extends ty within one mile)[ many
5th."The annexation of'Tfer'asj; and the acquisition is three dollars acre that"of the' second : '
,per $ .. "tra"de7o, blwkamit&i fiav"ing :
; '
"i A"Pskieme"
.With1 coo hee Ri er.. It wris.ab ut'* Banjaby/by llrr> , of New Mexico and California to class, .oat_dollar.and''' fifty cents jthat'Jof the quare miles;nearely pA'owaeidbytheEtate, _f wife'and a arge family$f h .mn.t'haa ;He 3iwho ig Barzi 'himade a _

which'countries. so many thousands have been &third.class one dollar; that of th'e-_fourth. class, and no ..hammock ,always been;somew hat;!ilutemperate mOISt deter tninedaatteaipitisaisi! d"eti atRbbchimsdtaix
s'l 'somewhat different jn character of TaUerly,thehkbit has po completely taken possession = times. iu tharegioii of hie rt.Uk
diverted, without ever having seen Florid ajf seventy five cents;and that of the fifth;class t
.,' soil from the preceding.. It its 'more tr Y.' of him;that he has'been found at times "a bite ;lIe.'was*a ybuflg man. and iephewto
Notwithstanding all these adverse' circumstances fifty" Bents.- per: .acre.-'j These: "lands hare been' all. and might''be.termed1:a' live laka hammock: rolling'*bout?the! streets, ,utterly;>elpleM.4Compjaints the Tcrince 'wTib a'lhe'' 3ad f..t'i-JI '/.-

,'however,there h&sbeen "strong and selected by competent" agentiAl ;'choice lands; There are, however: ,several classes pf soil in it, .were lodged against him:by'.some' rose i UacluneDlno-'AxiKig'' olfsh-'Udy was

.stead ,current of immigration'into. the Penin'sulaancl they ore generally[ as rich and durable as any .and lite.t thje others-there J it,oveTrivebr the satire and'he"was arrested as. at.r a. disc-- 'Oied'' of by 5is friends 1i tf the"' Eicperor,
six miles from navigattqn.4 TKeJpjneands : and, ui oidertoi hre=tt it off,'J&e'was,sent;wiA
land in the world.T .
: its_character is : j grant't had '
already sufficiently '" around it are snfficjentljrhfga:for settle' ., d tches' to they Rnssltn"Ataba 8ador,at

understood,and_its resources sufficiently. 'devel. _, e, terns.of sale are as follyws: one fourth meat for thase'that prefer them. 'never, B fib;,his bUmneranqe,.and.there'- Rome.: .The diappoiat>ne' rnri;toniTe

,oped to .prove-, s abstantially, tne, 'correctness.ftt .. of .the:;purchase,money is to be cash, I "I have now' given you some idea of the-unoccupied wins thenin t iouseYsn icrent montyj meat, affected his reason;sanea! eqttettllgav" 1
floor nd w'O:The J4ry; noiwithuaadin evidence eCceiitrleity 'if not mental
RUtemenTcontained .Tands,j.nLevy county,amount- ; frequent ,
in those letters sad "three in sugar I.
other fourths
f.lf1. tIe: : three equal'anQual t
within brbughthini gnUty.and the judge senthim b rriti f rand l.11nt\to 'Wi'pistol
Ion on
o' lug in all to about 125 squire miles, a i f
,The extrtordrnarjf..aiubritlor'' in6ialments.wUh'S; : Pct; ii ini'eiestfromthe five miles of navigation,'arid'within'rf few hours to be sbldat. public auction,io th*'highestbidd whieh\i wtrArerMed' iIDi;,de:laIieI':the .

fKann, ger Admits of aTdoubU-ahd-be fully attested ;: date of..salejT payable innua'11iii. "advance. sail c of row:of Oder Keys j where;If preferred, t cn the.\\erva of four months., _,4. laenttosooa'Wery'tdsatail abbvereaite 'tticaseriwtiaztdi -
the inhabitants ... healers Tsateciaal 1) t ooh.p.lawce'a ct! ay sttbe life Uo icl1t.1ie iatt
.by \ of>yery county in.theJPeninsulXt -z .the planters;can havean: unquestiottAWy ,
j 4 .efUni oJ e i : ;
door'iu resenceof a Iarge
, : "' :l" *" residence andallnpo Co"4 a, he thb eetdsz'.. .. ...,. ,
; .
Fhe esq
statistics adduced "
e ; army,: Besides 'thisrival 1g .obtain g some:of hews and' creeks alioundinCg in tiBh ritnd toys- jeanOf.. _.Cttuelti. lihiD.kth> .5euth ma7kill &;u ":. 'i' .
. in these letters lIlcontestlb, )i.esta.bUsh the fact ; -.--.L" '. "fl.t f nti-ate' $AititO I AtczsxitxAtt:+-_ w.uaa.w: f\
these,valuable lands at such modezatepries, nt thetrinoatlia?*" '" '- langti e s ,! ?9fias te .

that the'Peninsula, Florida_ if:more: salubrious and on seekraeoo oaaUDg 1 tped1h'eti&1 ass: Th"* sugar, >tin 'sleitnated t ( oa the'CJhrys t alj l\yrku' "(: W b8.17' ,.*1't uir bitandtdnoeentftaifyi ieY.r' '"T--f stigma 01 fortand.ofoazcrmittio3f hatx 6een'leni hlrbaa9'fd.

; than_any State in the.Unionand. the. eri- .tan of Florida IIi 1849;SIitin g moWs Cheesojrl&1n"kndfeekarrbtnee: ffiigrik styes Wwt:' i.t yaTra eo
n husband father as
*"* -- > ** *i w' -- pubUcly gelling the and .
by ..iet othee
,' .deuce'w.hich'-"* "-,the last' *,*six" years"* lqrft"Oth1 pre-emption Tights towttlers of the state lands, rivers, rand also the Annuttj!g ;'Hammock, a.s1A"e. -"'-41.crrUli:4 PiM"1 'Jor.!, t.%. .- .H city;beai esa&ann.l1a u.- } .' .. ,- 'ea'. ., .,Aa.

head 1,proven more,than taw*,ever. clslmedreven.-. the pioyisi ns or litcf afm h'i..more'tibtralUaathoaeof J.hi- :ofitaelLtsn stns, u! Oyair 9 wails'j 1' 1.1- Juf'n ou ttz.x U'J.d.J t,c II a t coantytrlfd/ tit."(" P-aj J- .
. :1.,the searme4t enthusiasts., _.. "l & TtlftnB_8""n"IL ."'Owt ; dolhtira.'tyDnut tip.t ab h *.3 :ed ,
; : f'b'a Con ioatl'Preemptloti FvlsrtedsywMyyvailtatl ifromar.Se : .
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cithe t J IW- ,
' q.t -, ;, ,. ._bej J 1 s.i .;t1aa I *. .f'J J
the .
.JargeM 48r z""BQ1t.
.HVany o.. lawtb ._ .. ,. ., .
I honUilouU.the/ertimy of' the C :. bff# r ,a tirTam Ira 1q z _1t:1.J PM' by.'t4oi sJlti> .3t ar1WJ <'lfi' .U't.A .4...!-r1- t'.'!-.1srf -- mIworbslt

, ,.oi1 ofFloridabeItaa; only4oti Mhoee poidoantthe >. J !tjaiaishgraia;: 'whichYbeiiofote resentedaoaiha 'Person' *wUUing tt tQJ examine, .'. .the ntbFaatfarp 94IfU i. two ]Live/ tljs'pztt.Izitoiittitepi1! i \.li ti Ui 1fasial. it ?k tth! 'J' )
tUzsn+ gt 3at
> ;coostry, "l'IfrmP !J4 .
J "ewTcaitlifatedaaiactr: ta clea.ioihesettletueu'tor the'o bn= ,id4 otthe nsuiaygTioaldpthtaaetbettetmier -
bis1 r-
i cotUuAniCab.lfib oca, iarozder: td Ucon- try, h>ve'n,nearly"miixadj; fJ tedratnda ,,thichtnns,1"fe 1,from...a sea: t 8 r.yby 1 artstfrrRhtcdi wt'tefieatther leaTisge ri> 9f.wsJuMlhl otect, rCo1ti t.'ettet diteesa t. ,1r 8iw :
ar.f .
{y 7"lDc notiiflesentit the.a ppealan ce Sued,and aatrjr f them are now,pur- mt to Lakehianro"orakQ j be ; ,,, coach bar tig his bad ppletlszt 'aJ 1s'6et eftIT da ,mod walls 1l'GfIi bd tb'4I1i.ill

Jtt3e.XihQ richest soilaIn Florid from what thMersT;*.atdes. _".'.th.esel'Jtiere. :We An"'at-., at Ticoa proceed ,((18.miles).toguatine" .S h. g two arch and a half long r a Jar4TMarBrirtot J I.oM Y- 'r11adlasad: of'' '. l ift..' ri -

it Is ia other Stator; that it U only by'actual' most every:county; In the state, large bodiw of ,From St.:Augustine to.New Sffiyraa I MtT"'l. h l i tq 99IDat: _and .0--..aIJg..lnf'7IC.i .

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r APCB SOIL, CF'FF.OBIDAWe Letterfrom 'Judge Steel*: ,

The :Negro, Excitement IB Bos eachu ett Legislature,'OD S&turda1',the orderof flEiIWS.; 'commence"this.jreelc, the publication of I -
IOH.Tleteher t\lr.Earle,ef Worcester in reference to prohibiting series orLetteriron: tho Soil Climate I CEDA& KED, April 3d, Igj L
eta ,
the transportation-of persons given upas the Jacksonville Nent
Editor of :
Weltier Hon. Daniel IFstert *- ,
,, sonofthi law laid Productions l of written by a
fugitives, without due process'ot was, and Florida"
arrested and imprssoned&sYtZ E. The letter of Governor, Brown -
over' till Tuesday.; Both Houses decided not medical officer'of the rm1' 90 speaks from, addrtssej
The ,
Small arrested by tie'Deputy Marshal-. for various M. A. Long Esq: published ,In'the -
: to sit Monday that being'th"day Knr
: .A 1it #.utl called to the rescue-Meeting of his own knowledge and observation, and who
1 town meetings leans Picayune, and the Floridian Jotj .
i the opponents of Lam and lrda'hu,of4he In the Senate petition was presented from has had ample opportunity to form a correct -
.. Trait i Tallahassee, on the subject ofthecoapt
I :, $ &c.t c.VromtbeBostn Sims, the alleged( fugitive slave, that some per opinion on the subjects of which he treats. .
Bee,April.) tive merits of the two contemplated
( toissue writ of Aa- Raillo.laacross
son might be empowered a
APRIL .19, 1851.TO At when the attention the neighboring
i A fugitive slave by the name of Thos. Simms, kas torjmsrs6 as to test the legality of,his retention : this State ; coming it does, foot M

from Savannah, .Ga, was arrested about 9 The petition was laid on the 'table. -. :- States is strongly attracted to Florida high authority and oficiallanctiou b'with

I o'clock last crating while passing through Ea- Friday next was assigned for the consideration TilE ,BBADEBS OF THE NEWS. -when emigration is flowing in with a steady ,

; -dicott, near Cooper street, by Capt. Allen. of of Mr. Buckingham's bill for:impeding the op. The undersigned having purchased! "TaE stream, and many are' ndous to .obtain correct : so many and<<; such gross errors, that,it(.

the Centre Watch,assisted by officers Buttman, eratlon of tho r ugitire Slave Law.AJLEEST NEWS" establishment from its late proprietor, information the publication of thes,Let out an accurate. knowledge of the subjee'jj,

Clark and others. Simms made strong effortsto OF :'AKMED NEGEOSS AT BOSTON.-On to its, readers tremely erroneous impressions: would bet lifcf* ]
trade the officers and cried murder and oth- the has the pleasure to. announce ters We deem extremely opportune ; and we
taken to
Friday night seven were result in the minds of
persons persons
..*r:Tielent ejaculations, but all to no effect. HoTTM watch house,. in Boston, for refusing to leave and patrons that he has procured the servicesof shall c ntlnue-to lay; before our readers, for abroad.'ft \
escorted through Cross and Hanover streets LIVINGSTON Esq. as Editor; and into remove such impressions by a correct atateaeg
Court Square. AH were' discharged, except FELIX several successive weeks, the strong, dear, and
: to the Mansion House, where a coach was in two colored persons named'Charles A.and IsaacH. his buds he commits the trust, with full con- of facts, susceptible of,incontrovertible pnis
views the intelligent writer
I waiting for him, into which he was put and who found to be armed with advocacy well-expressed : of a the object in asking a in
Snowden, were fidence that the great principles, to the place ycmr cd.nmns. .
t driven with much speed to the Court House, committed jail, to an- of these interesting communications.W : -
pistols. They
where he was secured beyond any contingencyof of which the NEWS shall be 'devoted, will .
swer to a charge of carry ing concealed weapons. have no doubt they will find circulation
: escape. The whole affair occupied but a ably and faithfully maintained. The'Governor states, that the cl1arter.fOr.tit i
AEHANOEMENTS IN Nsnr YORK von THE RECEPTION through the of our own State as well as
short time and executed with skill .
was equal to improve Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road Compan"gnied
Marshal of the is intended as soon as practicable,
SLAvEo-The It
prudence and effect. OF TBI that of Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama,
State of New York received a communicationon and to enlarge,so as to placeit monopolies whick were forbidden by\
: Simms cane to this city en the 7th March the paper, and will afford much useful information to eConstitntion. .
last;, mot quite four weeks since. During this Sunday,from the Marshal Boston,requesting on equality, in point of size and appearanceat .)'
citizens of those States 'Who are directing their
would be in readinessto
his aids
that he and
time he has been at colored seaman's It suffice to
stopping a with in the State. A might perhaps say, that tiijj.aertlon .
boarding house kept by James Aiken N os.-153 assist in the safe transmission of the slave least, any newspaper attention to Florida.In .

and 155 Ann street. He is 23 years,old, has a (Sims) on his route through that city to Satan portion of its columns will be devoted to Agricultural the present number we publish the prefatory was crushed by the legal opinion of 12* .

and is nab. : and to information interesting Attorney,General, given after careful xamij.
:wife and several children in Savannah, / subjects, remarks of the writer, and in our next we
said to be a very bright, intelligent looking negro to emigrants from other States; and every ation and mature deliberation, at the requot ;,

-one who from his manners and general BOSTON, April 7. 8 P. M.-The abolitionistsare will be made to attract attention to will commence the regular publication of the of tho House of Representatives, on thegenjsubject }
appearance would not be taken for a slave.Only doing every thing in their power to impedethe exertion Letters. We bespeak for them an attentive r
yesterday he received a letter' from his execution of the fugitive law,and to embarrass the great, and as jet, undeveloped resources perusal and a wide circulation. the Governor's veto, and which, it Vwell ;

wife respecting arrangements which were being as much as possible, the officers in the discharge of our State. known, overruled'almost all the objection! ;

made to take her to the city. of their duty. To-day Marshal Tukeywas In a word, the object will be to render TUB embraced in that extraordinary dwnattf- i1
Simms when fire old arrested the suit of named ELECTIONS. The Democrats have ejected "
was purchased years on a negro medium of useful and valuable information and that the amendments to the charterpa.
and put out as an apprentice to a brick- yer. Jtfm Randolph, charged with arresting and NEWS a their candidates in Connecticut and Rhode 1

His owner becoming sick, the brick-layer was searching the person of Randolph for couceal- ,and a faithful guardian of our .Consti Island. This looks a little more favorable to both Houses, 4nr the veto. But it mal"..

II appointed his guardian. From time to time ed weapons. Tukey gave bail in the sum of tutional rights. CHARLES BYRNE. the execution of the Fugitive Slave Law. well to state that the Constitution expreafj j

Simms has attempted to get possesion of these $1,000 for his appearance to answer the charge. provides for what the Governor is pleased

papers, but without effect. John B. Bacon, the agent of Mr. Potter, SALUTATORY.
His route northward was by railroad from Sims' 'owner, and DeLyon, were also arrested, TH*: WELAKA.-This fine boat made her last term a monopoly-strange, inconsistent, *(
Editorial duties of this
Charleston, by steamer from Charleston to New on a charge of conspira to kidnap. They I On assuming the trip from Savannah to Jacksonville in 21 hours glaring It may appear.
York and line to He does bail to the amount of and adop ting the plural pronoun, we 'i
by standing our city. promptly gave $5,000. I paper, running time! In reference to the Cedar Keys and hark a
net appear to have excited. any suspicion the An attempt was made to take Sims out of the I bow with deference to the timehonofed"custom I I -tho contemplated terminus-the Govener
route. United States Marshal's virtue of
custody, by
He had determined it is said, not to leave an old act of the Massachusetts Legislature.The .- of defining our position j57 we TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. says: "The const is low and flat, and subject

Boston, though the danger of tarrying here Marshal, however, positively refused to shall do in very few words-leaving our future From the Savannah Georgian. in heavygales: to inundation for several mDt

could not have been unknown to him. He him rather than present professions, to indicate
give up. course, NEW YORK, April Sib, 1851. with no safe harbor,without depth of water 1 fc?
has walked about our streets freely during the In court this morning, Mr. Rantoul occupied the principles which govern,us.
CO'I'Tow.-The market:: is steady, sales on large steamer and difficult of entrance."
I and was last evening on a customary leisure of granting a writ of habeas corpus for Sims. THE NEWS, as heretofore, will be to Friday 8000 bales, on Saturday 6000. and. on Here is a tissue of blunders,or misreprewa.tations .

I walk when he was arrested and conveyed to Mr. Rantoul's argument was simply a reitera- the support of the great principles of the Monday 4000, at an advance of*" 10 xc., since -some of it so couched,as to render Ui
the arrival of the Bailie.
.1 the CourtHouse. tion of his late Lynn speech, his soleground of Democratic party,and the Constitutional rightsof Middlinj Orleans lxl
are quoted at 12 to 12%c. The market is duller meaning altogether equivocal. The "inundt.
_ The whole force proceeded towards Endicott defence being the unconstitutionality of the fugitive the South which will be held paramount to
: fitreet, where a concerted plan was divulged.As .- slave law. : to-day, sales 600 bales. tion (or several miles77 might be construed
_ soon as arresteded Simms was to be brought After be had concluded, Chief Justice Shaw all party considerations.Our Later (ron California. differently to mean such distance along tit

I to the Mansion, where Deputy Marshal: Byrnes said that he would adjourn the case till 3 o'- creed, on the great question of the day, The steamships Georgia ana Empire Citv, arrived coast,or to extend into the interior. The q- tec

_ was in waiting with a coach in order that the clock,when the'court.would give its decision. is simple, and we can give it in a very few to-day, bringing one million dollars in
utmost speed might be used to convey him into There appears to be no doubt that Sims will words: gold. All was quiet in California. tent ion, however: is palpable enouga.It .

- I close custody.I be delivered to his master, and a military escort The Senatorial election after 150: unsuccesful is susceptible of proof, that within tit I

I This arrest performed with so much celerItyand will probably accompany him to New York, _We believe in the Constitution of the United ballotings had been postponed till January' last sixty years, but one gale has occurred to

so little noise proves that Marshal Devenscan to prevent a rescue. States, strictly construed, and in a Union of next.

perform his difficult and responsible duty Large crotrds are gathered about, and much the States strictly based upon that Constitution produce ffnyot the effect here so,boldly ant ,

: with: admirable certainty and perfection and excitement prevails, but no fears are entertain. BOSTON,AprilSlh A. M. artfully proclaimed, and neithef', *s, or an j '!' ,
I we opine with a great deal of confidence that ed of an outbreak. The military are ready at -bnt no othes. other, bas caused an inundation ofullf a milt tin t -
I the after-government of this case wiU show that a moments warning to assist the civil authori We believe that the Federal Union is a bles- The Fugitive Slave case was undecided last ..
the interior and it is demonstrated last
evening. The Court Las refused to ; ]
law, order,and good government can be carriedout it maintains the grant a
sing or a curse according as 1
ties.Mr. writ of Hebeas Corpus. All is that the violent ever known L
in Boston, and that a sound public sentiment Rantoul has withdrawn from the Con quiet. The even one- most [
and Constitutional of all its
will sustain it. gressional canvass in the second district. The equality rights military are ready to assist the authorities. this coast: -would in no way have affec.ted fit |

Probably Simms,ere this morning's sun rose, election is progressing with much spirit. mtmbe.s, or impairs them. The election of members of Congress without Rail Road, or have interrupted the re ularP I

t was disposed of beyond the reach of nobs fanatics We believe in'theabstract right of sovereignand I any choice.
BOSTON 1th-3 P. M.-In
April Supreme but tit
r abolitionists.From Connecticut Election. ty of travelling, through any causes |
or crazy Court this afternoon,Chief Justice Shaw independent States peaceably to secede
the Boston Commonwealth Seymour has been elected GovcrThaXecislature direct violence of the storm itself upon tit |
{ April 4.) delivered the Democrat -
a lenghthy opinion upon application from any ]league they may_choose to. enter into .
Our city was disturbed and disgraced last for a writ of Habeas Corpus in the case of witu orDer sovereigns, whenever,in their Judgment LA.tricts to be heard Democratic; two Dis- cars. And hut one building of any Tlloe1rU ,
I night by kidnappers and bacchanalians. Sims. The the and this near
unanimous opinion of the court has been violated by the other destroyed on Keys, standing
I First a colored person,named Thomas Simms, was that the writ ought not to be granted. The ,the league the water's edge Whereas it is known to all, |
was arrested as a fugitive slave, in Cooper I argument was then resumed before the U. S.Commuuionpr. parties to it, and whenever they deem it expe- WASIHSGTON, April 9. frequently
that has been
I etiwet. He made a stout resistance,and somewhat I Tt&toulo., uvnj, .-S-" dIent to exercise the rightlYe Commodore Wadsworth died here to-day. heavy damage retained

injured police officer Buttman, wHo'was -argue the case at great length Swords and believe that webwe first and Hon.- Hallo way, member of Congress from at everjrotbirport on the Gulf by lit

forward in arresting Jua. He was at last overcome other arms sufficient to arm a hundred police, our highest New York, died m Prince George County, yes violence of storms; and especially, that 'rat -cr

by a large posse of watchmen, who were have been forwarded from the Navy Yard to allegiance to the State of Florida, and that terday. ," of the several gales that have deluged tnt

ic readiness near by, and incarcerated in the the Marshal's office. Incase Sims is remandedto when she gives an unequivocal expression of '.r.t
Court House about 9 o'clock. It was rumored his owner a strong force will guard him to her sovereign will, all her citizens are boundto KKW YOKE, April 11. low and flat'7 grounds in the vicinity eta t; '\

that he was to be examined forthwith. A few the cars. acquiesce. Cotton Las declined %c. Sales to-day :500 Marks for a distance of eight or ten miles i ia

t friendly persons meeting Deputy Mashal Riley I BOSTON, April 7-11, P. M.-After the U. S. occasions will themselves bales. The steamship Washington has arrived; terior from the coast, within the recollectiot E

j in Court Square, one of them, Samuel E. Se- Court adjourned this evening, and while Mar- Frequent present she brings 250,030 doubloons. and knowledge of the Governor every body I ,
: wall, Esq., informed him that he was counsel shal for a more full expression of our views on this,
I Tukey and several policemen were recon-
for the prisoner, and demanded to know when ducting the agent of the claimant, and Mr. De- as well as other leading topics public. interest Fugitive Mlnrc Cn.c 1>rcMr else in Florida.nearly ruined the light-house, ar ar

and where the examination was to take place. Savannah with the witnesses to BOSTON 11. swept awny its appurtenant buildings, aid destroyed ,
Lyon, police } and while we shall always express our own April ,
He did not answer, and the demand was repeated the who almost the entire and effort
I their hotel, James Randolph, negro that Tne Fugitive Slave Case has been decided city port
with sentiments with the freedom and frankness :
j some vehemence when Riley called ;1\
caused the arrest of Marshal Tukey, this morn- and Judge Woodbury confirmed the decision of Leonon, the St. Marks river-one of the Onernor's -
to a posse of watchmen near by and ordered become an independent we trust we
raised club and was about t. strike press
ing, a largo the Commissioner Mr. Potter
:Mr. Sewall remanding ne proposed ferauti besides causing the
to be arrested and
taken the
to the the head when his arm was caughtby shall be found wanting in and ]
agent on never courtesy i gro. Simms? to his owner. 2.O.or more respectable -, 0(
watch house. He
was soon after released by loss lives.I .
arrested of
officer and ho was committed many
the Captain of the watch. This proceeding an forbearance to those who may, by viewing ob- :; citizens of Boston volunteered to assist -(:

to us pretty high handed-but perhaps appears to jail. jects through a different medium, arrive at : the Police to keep the peace. The militaryalso have not the authority, in his absence, of .t

U is the sort government we are to live under. i, NOT SO FAST. different i conclusions from our own. I kept themselves in readiness,'which rendered using the name of the highly intelligent ami ,iI 0(

It; may be.a high crime to question a U. S.official I I a rescue on'the part ot the Abolitionists talented officer of the U. S. Eni
'national17 ourself toI Topographical
while Certain prints congratulating! As to personally, we have little impossible. The latter cowed down before the

a This affair engaged was scarcely In kidnapping.over,before an alarmof themselves because the South Virginia Carolina, (as doctrines they say,)&has. say-but would bespeak, in advance, the kind friends oforder.Seeoud gineers engaged in the Coast Survey, who, during t
repudiated 0.
U fire occured, and while Watchman Eas er- are mistaken-Virginia has only indulgence of our readers and cotemporarie the past winter, made a partial survey of
ii brook was ringing the Stene Chapel bell,Fletcher they herself, her history. and her whole past. Having had but little practice, and consequently De.palclaLalr Intelligence. the harbor, or testimony could be |

4 Webster, Esq., assaulted him in a most insulting She baa swallowed her own words, and stultified possessing little skill In the of that BOSTON,April 12. of the numerous masters of vessels 141'that
manner, tore his clothes and beat,him herself or her legislature at least have use great: The Fugitiro' Simms, in custody of Messrs.
c have traded at tho that it is one of (:
badly. He was evidently under,the influence done the'Work for her. Let freesoilers and ab- weapon of modern warfare, the pen, we assume De-Lyon and Bacon, sailed (rom here this morning port,

cf "Constitution Win," and another, if ,not olitioaiste rejoice-let the impious Ham mockat our editorial robes with trepidation and diffidence for Savannah. safest harbors in the Gulf -guarded,as it is, E 11t

: 'a higher law than that of sobriety. Easter-the the melancholy exposnrtwhich the old mother but hope in time to become better settled by three outer Islands, ranging nearly in 11f
brOOk at last succeeded in getting him to States and is THE QUESTION SETTLED.The the and still
statesmen making under the crescent form ia front of harbor;
in ourseat and to learn the
t Watch House where he was knocked down by art of catering to r
inebriating influences of the compromise wine doubt which has been entertained in fifleea
committed 1 to further protected ,a reef extending t
lim. The then the well tastes and of
2 expounder was -but true Southerners will feel and regulated affording information
act otherwise .Mr. MALCORY'S
some quarters,
leveret etreet jail to. answer for his doings this and with Shem and Japhet, would turn ,instruction, and amusement, to the of the post of Senator, to which he acceptance was declared miles along the entrance. An'bJ the same 1,

_; &ir rnivg. their,faces, walk reverently\ backwards, and patrons of TIIE NEWS. We shall endeavor to elected by the Florida Legislature, 'is indisputable authority it has long since bees !J

: -LATER. throw the mantle :charity and oblivion over make our journal welcome, to, the hearths removed by the folowing letter. ,established} that the harbor:is easier of,accew. (
scence so trying to a noble, or a filial heart.
5 The of all. KEY WEST, March 25, 1851 than.any,other on,the cOOS not_ even except*, 0()
Svns Mote Washington'monument is to be built of '
,Jteicve theFugitive -
Threatened of 1
., uient inthe Legislature-:Arrest /Armed Keeroes contributions from all the States-before its Having come to Florida in our boyhood, To His Er. THOMAS BBOWN, ; lag Peusdcola? insomuch ihatno intelligent .!

f- ,; Arrest'of Marshal Tilley, Bacon. awl completion. Union will no longer exist, or and, being among the earlier imigrants-when Governor of the State of Florida:' master,requires a pilot a second time,to enter. .

I ',2te Lyon-Military Ordered. be t* Readiness will only exist as a consolidated despotism, her virgin forests were almost' unto.uched and Sir-I have tho honor ,to ,acknowledge ,the i The depth of water, as ascertained.both by 11t
built upon the rights abstracted from the receipt of certificate of election I
: --Arming of tAe Police. your .my as and the draft of vessels that hail '
States. ThaI monumentcan thus embalm the still in their native luxuriance-when the Senator from the State Florida, and to notify soundings ,

;_ :'.' The THREATENED Bostonh'Herald' RESCUE,of Saturday OP rux morning FYGI' 1VE.-, in memory of the departed Union, as well as of barking of the fox, the 'bowling wolves and r you of my acceptance 'of.the ,exalted trust entered,,is 10 feet on the bar, at low: wat.r.-' ,I J:,

: :. ftlludlag to threats made to, rescue the slave Washington, who led his countrymen through the scream of the panther were as familiar thus confided' me." lam too. sensible of my The brig Ocilla, Capt. Trim, well known as i
secsssion and disunion, to that Union once gfo- inability to bring to this position the powers it trader in the Gulf others
Sims on Saturday night, sajs: sounds > regular among ,many: ; ,
l-ioUa.. , u.tbe'songorthe mocking-bird or the
-, monument will stand the demands and tho, unmerited
> as honor conferred
memorial ,
L "We trust that game will not be tried a second > crossed the bar feet at loT '
1 ,
I time. If it Is, there will be no child's play of"Virginia, the mother of Washingtonand cry of wbipporwUl are at the present day- upon me by my 'Cello -citizens, not to" feel drawing It

on the part bf the city authorities. We are re- of Henry7'-the leader in"the revolution having participated in the terils and,anxieties deeply grateful to them, and doubtful myself water and came to the wharf without touching ,

; Joked ,to learn that-our, good'Mayor is determined and theold! confederation-the ,leader in fra protracted and savage war-having ; and' aware of all its ,responsibilities, I any"where_ and the British,brig Stanley.,':samt t,

to put,,things thrOugh'this time,-and mlngthe Constitution, and the first tothrow grown shall .encounter them with tho earnest hope in at high water wing.4Jrec. The bar,l It I;
with her and to
growth hoping
strengthen with
herself that disinterested deiotionofall
prostrately abjectly and unconditional-i a
: 'hi.CaU, upon the military let us assure him my energiesto about four miles distant the
1 wIll receive a prompt response. Jy,at the foot ortho""monstrnm her strength"we think 'we understand' the interests of the State, may evince my '._ ,port. If

Some of) the members of our volunteer military gens, deforme," which a cunning and soulless feelings and interests of her people, and feel grateful;sense of its generous;confidence,' and this,point there_is a,,depth ot, three fathoms

: companies areas much opposed slavery despotism- erected-a sort 'of Nebuchadne- determined to bend, all prove not:wholly barren of public benefits. / and hero )arge vessels not nnfrequently cornSin'to
our and to
; : :JLS the most rabid abolitionist us but zars image,, which all faithful,,minions of the With great respect ,I have the ,honor to bo a'ichorforaalety in rough wea. her. Tlii' fj'
; ,
"great king" are required; worship.-.Telegraph. devote what poor abilities we possess, to a_fair your obedient servant .
thank God there is not ; '
a man them all U
among bar is estimated ,to be about 100 yards .
at _and just representation of the one and the S.R.YALLORY. '
u .standa ready a momen to preservation -
warning, _ _
and could removed with ,
shoulder his JDusket length,, a,dredgi :
f and,If nee d be fire a ball of the
StYiMIsai -:-A: writer In the Examiner: in other.PEUXLIVINGSTON. ATTEMPT TO ,ASSASSINATE TURKISH SOL- machine in a- if'greater'dep (io .
: cartridge, hi'defenee'otlaw and order.71. Thesequel view of the l&te action of the TAit.-A letter'from few'days .dd
Virginia Legislature 'bearing ,
4tc proves the.truth of this. 1 ten feetsu1d, be required'so as' to 'Sin'Ontin a
on the'question of Slavery, recommends Jib date, appears in the German paper,'Weser .
r__ FAILUKEOT TUX: ,AarrATob7 MXETIKO.' -The the following Resolution as proper to be adopted J2r We tak'the librtrofsindingths first Gazette,of the 17th nit.which states that a conspiracy : \: u.S depth of at least fourteen feet tfl

f abolitionists, Clover, Parker.Phillpis and others by that body for and in behalf. of-that'ancIent. hsueot'.ou had been dsscovered to poison the ul. the port. This b"greAter than'can' be ariie& 11fl
came to their meeting77 In'front .:P P8rto: whose
: Commonwealth _many persons
: ; tan. At the bottom of it wee his own brother : l
iDt3tho>>: Balize. Ills true : heavy soutb'Easterngaleiaight .,
S .of the Court-hoTue but dU.mayed ; > .. a}
Saturday, were. '"Resolved, by tM General ..Assembly of :Virginia names are not on the old subscription list, but assisted by) 'some Uleinas. The plan was to cor \ .
the fill
to fln&tat, Mends they had counted partially itaainibatin
In who we believe will rupt the Sultan's doctor who was to mix
to poisonin
: oa to trample.on the laws were, the regard. to the aggressions and out.rages.pa3t disposed patronize I ,
among present and futurer-of the North. << should have \ his medicinefor a considerable sum of money. aworkofiuch magnititude the one, coo
missing. There.was .accordingly no more :: thopaper.-! we made a.mistake i
let off by these toDp..nUantagitators.; There gas era States- .and' people' 'on) rthe, constitutional 1 l In regard,to any of: them,and they should.not The medical attendant revealed the plot. Thechiifconspimtors' I'tempi aged, 'such an-expense-;-the necessity_forwhlchwould
and vital fled. Several 'parties '
rights, interests, ortt.he' Southern con would be matte
few colored rarely ?
were ;
i 'I .cthree. very of these persons present.into Two States, thd''at all hazards.and to the 'last ex feel,so ,disposed, they will please give us,the cerned: in the scheme were apprehended and cons1dcratlon4i'totbofog'onwMch.
were betrayed abusive '
<.expressions to wards tie police, but the: greater tremity,1 we,,wttl, submit,": ,_ huu,returning through. the Post Oflic!. put deathV. ( This,news_wants confirmation. trifling: the Governor'layl 1; \J.

cumber::'Owing were to the orderly.inflamatorjr I appeal of the A MATOK FIMNO llutsuz.4fior Kings- BOSTON SUvK:' CA8E. .-.By the last 'Telegraphlo HEAVY D.& uoa.- Rev.' 'Mr ''Wheeler, Unitarian soImtich'stress,: I am warranted 1 by m1' nieteO' (
agitators Minister of Topham -whose face '
land has been the : was so severely .
*. at the -meeting on the Common and at York dty1 for obstructing fining side-walks merchants ofNew With despatch: of the 'Georgian, It will be injured by the'collision i of the cars near -rot giea!journal (regularly kept ai this 'pltrt ,
Athe Tremont,three mple ozaFrid; afternoon' and their,boxes,bales,'and barrels of goods. Some seen tha\the slave Sims'was finally delivered up the DathJui1 tlonsin'\Yestbrook'on; the 23d of for the last nine years) in 'saying'that he'.htf 'It

1 'ordered night;; by'th mPUUes,Mayor to of be the in readiness military were ltha of,the jmfferers' retaliated'by keeping watchoverthe" to the agents of his owners,-a shipped for;Savannah. December last, and.who claimed damages the here. gai 1 committed a great error. No vessel :t

.evening}and Cot HolbrooV,detailed the City large wholesale establIshmentothe .-'66 Jar as this c sego ,we give credit Railroad .Company, for the, injuries,'sustained, has'ever,be n4etained2d hours from enteriofc t ':J

;'i ;;GuirJi : New England Guard*,, ,and ,Boston' day MaXor they;who caught is himself the. Mayor7 merchant.' employees Tki')riapiping'entered her idi i the_ "publie":authorities*'of.Bostoru, and thebette lastwbojiwarded I&QSedeclded'.bY him the referees,sum of on$ ,400 Thursday damages : from,such causey; during,.that period j;and it II .'

.a !gbtQardtoiduty: : complaint before his honor. : disposed portion of fits citizens. We -says the'Democrat;, *' extremely rare that any such detention occurS

F t., JTHErStivi\ SuiJtcT: m' ,THE MASSACHUSETTS h readily: fined himself three 'liundredF iol-.D hope th'eywilf deliver up a-fetr Bmort of the ,, '. '. nt all These fogs I aro cOnAn d to the..wintwicaton ]
v LicuUTtJBE.: Ia the. Lower Hoow of UteUas- To dam;r ra Jia.was Lome ta" the ; among
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:. 'I gate i preT& ii amounted to-one week .what KCE fcnsinefi> 'Dovtr.-has a 'poor,Ay,nan keep to him attempt down to t 'Journeymen.'Carpenters Wanted- i *,*. c.hua{vu;Tax \ l.idOI.) 'o;Sale :I flY (fNO* "*LIA; RIO US E; I .e

and warrant the OR FOUE DY VIRTUE of .authority In me Tested by .. ___ "
My own knowledge experience rise without eTnamlVwithoat friends and.without THREE good House Carpenters '
4 : assertion, that along ,the whole coast, front St. ,D efatheronorable "blood in his'veins 7 .'We haT f find constant: imployment! :and receive law, I will.expose for sale, in front of the Coat I1, '.

. Marks to New Orleans,their preTalence. !much his known him before eTersince him and he was he yas a boy but: ,a'we mechanerI1gne,knew -.liberal, ,wages at JacksonTille by 'Sri I,,.:application Fla, ", la... the thom in the I f in Town: ,June.of, A..New. _D nsnsnllei, ..1851rthe on '!fl'.' .lllt s s,8 t t It... l ,

. greater than at this more Southern point ic and what merit can there fee in the:young r,, : .; :;JESSE GABDNEB: followingnamed much I.hereo''' THiyIBoroogfo ESTABL1SHh1ENT havitg esd.rI.SI .
l The last, though.. not least,of the .numerous stripling, Such U the'--'of the world when Apri1.12,1g31.: ? .3tAlachua as will pay the State and County Tax,Assessed. ,repaira this'present aeasxn, fa i w*.
against John H. Lewis in right ofhia wife ready for tea puoa of Company.' Families and Inn*
. errors that s"5 Ilgnal11characLenze the Gov a man sterling character. attempts to breakaway : P Miry M..Lewis" and due,thereon' for the sieat Boardtrs'ts a have spacious Aptrmenu.Rooms. .- -

i I" eraoia' letter, is the assertion, that his fawrit from the Clouds porerty and ignorance, Co.Tax ,Collector Sale; A. D. 1850 together, with all necessary expenses year .Airy, Clean:and Neatness iiaettratiilah: t
and rise to a position>> truth sad honor. The atttndtsal ed handsoe>el7. NoJIJuDWaDtUtJ.
scheme of showy grandeur and costly Ui- multitude are excited by envy they cannot en BYVIBTiJEofanthorityvin I me Tested b 1 ,the same being aportiouof The House Ta well known as being reefed,>Baft!;
will haTe the advantage of 12 hours? in be those who ". law will expose for, .sale, ,In'Ntront.ofuthl e the Uw4rredendo Grant," situaded, lying, and Expressly wild a view n>the accommodation Lv.<'_,
dare to
ccnce outstripped grew
up Court House door,in tht Town e being in the said county f Alachua,and known Wa and others being entirely ils of wood,with
point of time over the one against which he has with their children side by side, and hence the on the first Monday in June, A. D,the as follows,viz: section20TownshiP 10s, range Roomlcoo12 &FoUrog Doors,bAa%.Which reader*

levelled his arrow of destruction. For the ela- opposition a man encounters in hU native place following named: sections or,so much thereof 20 E, containing 617 acres mere or less, and it free from dampness. Fireplaces, Blind to.wio-.1
this little calculation Dispite of this feeling many noble minds have as will pay the.State and County Tax, Assessed bounded as follows: on the north by the lands down through, opening.oct Ftaxxa.Protnenat* ewe
of point a may
cidation and lived down their hundred .
risen from obscurity opponents a t Protectlo.frorsrilrri,0td winds,Jbe
against n )"adatedecd.and due thereon I of the estate of D L Clinch deed,and William *
I bo useful and instructs*. The distance from. ; but others have yielded to discouragetnent for the year A. D.-1850.'together with all necessary Thomas Surviving trustee, of the New York forming desirable retreat from cod f1DCI. mt all ..
of the The House it situated
and relied and seasons year. facing
in made
this to the Balizeis, about 300 miles. Taking lived obscurity, expenses attending said sale, the same Association,on the east by the lands of John H South in central position, and retired from, other
the angle from the Dalize to Pxmsacola,we wil DO sign.1 Let it not be thus with yon, young being a portion of the SArredondo Grant,"situated Lewis in right of his wife,'on the south by the dwelling. The Hoate contains 45 rooms, with ad

(for I lucre no means at hand for u. man. Persevere, mount up anl startle the lying, and being. in the said county: of lands of M E Levy, on the west by the lands of diuonal Far lours.Dining,Setting Room,and eoavetl
suppose world. A lash iris and .nasfallawatvizaectionl6; the estate of DL Clinch,deed. Also section 21, fences la enrral. For Actommodatton canoe b., ,
certaining the: Longitude) the distance 200 township,range 18 E,containing 72-10( townshipl0sr.&nge20 E, containing: 639 20 surpassed. '.:
[m it es. It cannot be fr from that The difference A most melancholy occurrence took place? in acres more or less and bounded as follows:- 100 acres more or less,and bounded as follows: The well earned reputation will t dUI House boa from

in the passage of a steamer could by no our city on Tuesday evening last During the north by the lands of the estate of N Wells, north by the lands of William Thorn as surviving year DAVIS year, aim acquired to sustain, it ,and for* Proprietress tfa*Lbetal I patron, J
absence of the mother, who had only left the deed east by the lands of Israel F of the New York Association
exceed 10 hours in favor of the lat- cote,and wes" trustee on age heretofore,ah* returns her thank,
possibility house a few moments before, an interesting by the lands Cyrus Perkins. Also section? 16, the east by the lands ef John Lewis in right The table will be supplied whhchnkestdam.ats..."*
terplace. The Governors proJed..9t a RailRead little girl about five years old,daughter of Mrs. township &, range 19c nt.Ainiog63624-100( of his wife on the'south by the lands orAtE le..TQrtle.Fi.h.Dacb.VenitonTurl..adS h

embraces distance from Pensacola of Demerrttawidowladysetfiretoberclothing acres more or less, and bounded M follows:- Levy .west by the lands of John H Lewis in Fish,at this time our lirets and Forests abound* Two 4
400 miles, over the most hilly portion of Flori- from a box of matches, with which she was north by the lands of the heirs of N Wellsdecd. right of his wife: Also
in its course several broad avers;
-di j crossing c Frost west by the .lands of the m ore or less and bounded as : northeast Very Respectfully.PROPRIETRESS.. 1
; and numerous smaller ones. If we give the Gazette. Cyrus Perkins, south and*west .b 7' the, lands of John .. :, ,
j speed of 20 miles to the hour, 25 hours are C.L. WILSON.' Lewis in right of his wife being the section on -
[consumed in accomplishing route. NEW Tear, April 4.:-The Franklin sails tomorrow Sheriff end Ez-Jf..Tax Collector. which Prairie Creek'or sink'Creek sinks. Also B.4tis the wish nf the Proprietress thai the t
for Hare, with a full passenger list, November 30, 1&50. 6m section 23, township 10 s, range 20 E. containing Servant attached to the House should be civil,attest*
The length of the route from Cedar Keys to in of American bound'ed lire and pbliging.S .. t
and $5,000.000: specie gold, and 640 acres more or less and as
,Nov.2,1820. +
. St. Marj's,is 140 miles, over an almost perfectforeign and American silver. follows: north by the lands of Isaac Frost, on L Augustine .-
ly. level plain, without a river to cross, and Alnchua Co. Tax Collector Sale. the east, south and west by the lands of John : -

scarcely a.creek or brook, andthes:1mespeed A Mr.Adams, in Manchester N.Ih.ainvented BY VIRTUE of authority in me rested by H Lewis in right of his wife, .Also section 24, JTACKSONTII.I HOTEL,*
a machine for weaving bags without seam. The machinery law will ex for aalelnfrontc the Court township 10 s, range 20 E, containing 650: 84
would require 7 hours time. Thus it will be is very simple ana can be adapted to every POShe .J"".L .ElL ...
IOU less and bounded follows
House door, e Town of Newnansville acres more or as : .
seen, that: instead of the advantage of 12 hours descuption of bagfrom,a bed tick to a shot bag. the first Monday is Jane, A. D, 1851, the, on north;> the lands of M E Levy,east,south and THE Subscriber having become the pubatime *"

in favor of his route, supposing his termi- -- following named sections or so much thereof as west by the lands of John H Lewis in right'of and sols Proprietor of this well known

nus to be at Pensacola: there will be 8 hours #*tarvf Eel, will pay the State and Country Tax, Assessed his wife. Also section, township a,range HOTEL,respectfully informs the public generally
against Thomas Murphy, deed.,and due thereon 21 E, containing 629 44-100 acres more or less, that he has added to the former house
it-making a difference between his At the resiiknre of THOMAS Flics, in Alachaa
against for the year A. D. 1850, together with all and bounded as follows: north by the lands of twenty odd more comfortable rooms, with OTetstatemeot
and the truth, of 20 hours! This County, on the l_)7thlart.h.,by the Rer.J. M. HE*. necessary expenses attending said sale, the the estate of Nathaniel Wells;deed., on the east five hundred feet front., with piazzas in front E

difference in favor: of the Cedar Keys road and oar, Col. C. A. M. MITCHEL of Ocala Fla., to same being aportion-of the "Arredondo Grant", by the lands cube 'estate of P Mitchel, decd, and rear, making it as comfortable assay Hotel

terminus, would be proportionably lessened Miss ELIZA A. WIN N,of Su Marys, Ga. situated,lyingand being in the said county o;t and the south by the lands of John Zeterour, in the South, which now will enable him_to accommodate
Alachua, and known a* follows, viz: section on the west by the,lands of John H Lewis in over one hundred and fifty persons.
by a more Eastern terminus c'the Governor'sroad f 0( 6 ,township 10 s, Range 20 E, containing 64 0 right of his wife, and a Creek known as Prairie His table will be under the superintendence oft
; and should it be fixed a St. Marks, ".aJ_: nt_ .. ournat. acres more or lees and bounded. as follows: Creek running through! said section Also section an xl'erieDcedhouse-kee of the North, by

n:here the light'house is neeestaiily protected by north by the lands now owned, or formerly 25, township 10 I, range 20 E> containing whose aid he flatters himself shall not b*
sea-iccJI the calculation distances by PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, APRIL 19. owned, by"M E Levy, on the east by the lands 1034 .-100 acres more or less,and bounded as rivalled by any Hotel in the South, being aoXa
high of the estate of N Brush deed. on the south b y follows: on the north by the lands of John H enabled by the constant steam communication-
latitude and longitude for steamers and 250 The U.S. Mail Steamer Matthews arrives the lands of John H Leris in"right of his wife, Lewis in the right of his'wife, on the cast by with Savannah ond Charleston, to have the_-advantage ,

niles of Rail RO:1dJ would still give adifference at Jacksonville every Sunday from Savannah, on the west by the lands of the estate of Peter the lands of John R Zeterour, on the south by of the fine markets of those cities. lit

-of from an hour to an hour and a half, in favor and leaves every Tuesday. Mitcheldecd. a tract of land known as Moses E Levy's twenty addition, he has made arrangement, in connection ,
U.S. Mail Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives eve C. L. WILSON, thousand acre tract, on the west by:the lands of with the Hotel, at all times to furnish fine' .
of the 1\e I s. Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves Sheriff and Ez ofj Tax Collector. John H Lewis in right of his wife, a Creek horses and carriages the accommodation of ,
It is known that iu 1S44 the route of this every Friday. November 30. 1850. 5m known as Prairie Creek,running through said his guests.

Eoadwas surveyed by order of the GovernSte.1mt'r Welaka arrives on Thursday, from section. Also section 26, township 10 S, range The increasing reputation! which the ,c1imde.

went as for'ns to the St. John's river, which Savannah, and leaves on Saturday.: Alachua Go. Tax Collector's Sale.J 20 E, containing 95920.100more or less and of Florida possesses in the estimation of the
Steamer Magnolia arrives on Friday from bounded as falllows: north and east by the medical faculty, for the cure of consumption
".:as then the contemplated terminus. The Savannah, and leaves on Sunday. BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by lands of John H Lewis in right of his wife,- and other pulmonary diseases has induced a

report cf the surveyor, Lieut. Blake, of the U. Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake law,I will expose for sale before the court house south by the tract of laad known as M E Levy's vast increase of travel to this State daring the

S,Topflgrapical Engineers,a gentleman: distinguished Monroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. door,in the town of N Newnansville on the first twenty thousand acre tract, on the west by the fall and winter months those who ,seek. the'
Monday in June, A D, 1851 so much of the lands of John H Lewis In right o>:his wife, a relief afforded by ajnilder atmosphere, and In
for his J scientific
superior judgment an: lands of the estate of Wm., deed, con- creek known as Prairie Creek,running through view of this fact the subscriber determined
:abilities was highly favorable as to the Taken front the Records of the Custom House. taming 400 acres more or less, being portion said section. Also section 27, township 10 s, that his exertions to merit the patronage which-

facilities the country affords-in materials: for ENTERED. of the grant known as the Wm. Garvin, or so Range 20 E. containing 530 20-100 acres more shall be bestowed upon him, shall be without-

the construction of the work the level surface 11.-Soh. Cherokee, Candy. New York. much as will pay the State and County Tax, or less, and bounded follows. north and east regard to toil or expense.

of the route. and the convcnience. and 14:-Sch.Mary )rBlooming z Hochhess, N ew York. due thereon for the.ear 1850,together with all by the lands of John H Lewis in right of his SAMUEL BTJFPINGTON.Jacksonville ,
safety wife south the tract of land known asM E.Fla. 23 1850.
d' 17.-Sch. Youth Collins Bailiff necessary expenses attending the sale, and by Sept ,
accessibility of the harbor an fully E Levy's thousand tract the
-easy hereof bounded as follows: South East North twenty acre on
,corroborates all that is herein stated, to the CLEARED. and West by ! Towus.hip8'Range wety the lands of Moses E Levy; a Creek Private Boarding House .
embraced r:si..aa r i r in wand being one mile known as Prairie: Creek running through said -
in the
extentnecessarily :
subject : Melissa ADU 'raWltS W. York.
tai .g ,
of the
'O' West Town of Newnansville iirsald section .t .
In nuking this statement of fJetsJ my objectis Sch. Harbinger, Heath, New York. county of Alachua C. L. WILSON A !!. ,. ,

simply truth and justice-not controversy. Brig Wm.: CoferJ, Brookings,N.York. C. L. WILSON, Sheriff and Ez-o. '. Tax CoUedoT. St. Jlugustini.Mr .-

The subject is one of great magnitude, embracing 1C.Sch.Grecian Sch. Brooksrille, King,,Portland.Limeburan, Essex. Sheriff and Ex-o! Tax Coll- tor. November.30,1850.- 6m G- Y. Fnpy has re-omened,his ;- ;
November 30 1850. .
interests of vast extent. These interests Sch. Lake, Brown New York. Cm Alachua Co. Tax Collectox'iTSaleT ardiaxHOa for the aoeomznodation. ;
of Invalids and Travellers He '
generally. ft- clcarand ungarblcd represen t a- Sch.Joseph Marsh, Rodgers, New York. BY VIRTUE of. authority in me Tested by tnrnshisthsnksfortheliberalpaIronsewhiebclion.
Alachua Co. Tax Collector's 1
It rs plainly evident that the Governor, Sale. law, 1 will expose for sale, in front of the Court he has hitherto received, and hopes that Lava i

who has never been here, has been grossly Atlantic and Gulf Rail Kond By VIRTUE of authority in me Tested by lIousfi dooj in the Town of Newnansrille, on lids and others wh may visit our climate. for ;

misinformed by the false and invidious r reCompany Notice. lax, I will expose for sale,in front of the Court .rst Monday in June, A. D. 1851, the health pleasure, will give' him avail, asmr:* ..
next annul eleccion for Directors of the louse door, in the Town of Newnansrille on following named sections or so much thereof efforts will ,be,. spared to contribute to their' !
sentations 0 t.interested persons, who. scruple THE and Gulf Rail Road Company will be the first Monday in June, .L D. 1851,the as will pay the State and County Tax Assessed comfort.

at no fa1sehl.ooJ and shrink from no violation of !held at the City .f Sea Augustine, at the Court Room following named sections or so much thereof o* against: S. D. CorbItt, and .due thereon for His House has, during the present season,nn' '
principle, in flic accomplishment of their purposes. an the Court House in said city,at 12 o'clock on Mon. win pay the State and! County Tax, Assessed the year A. D. 1850, together with all necessary dergone thorough repairs-has been furred
ay, the 19th day of May neat 1821.A. against William Danielsand, dae thereon for the expenses attending said sale, the same be throughout,and is,therefore,entirely free front .
Whether it is becoming the dignity ofstation .G. BENSON, year-A. D.1850, tog-etherwIth all necessary exIng known as the land owned, or formerly represented dampness., The rooms are large and airy,'welt
or the high and important functions of B. A. PUTNAM, penses attending said sale,thesame being situa- by S D Corbitt,'being part of a tract furnished comfortable. The establishment,

Governor, hazard: on vague representations GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, tedly: ogand; being in the saidc onnty Alachua of land known as Levy's 20,00(1_acre tract ipleasantlysitnatedoasbroadstrntaudio;
-declarations statements so doe I Apn119. In Comsissioaen and known as follows riz: Section N E t2, ted,lying,andbeinP 8 in the said county of Ala- better accommodations, than it affords can be"found '
S ? Township 11 8, Range 22 E, containing 4 160 chua, and within the limits of the rredondo in the atJs A plentiful table will ba
to th.important interests of a large por- Notice. acres more or less, bounded as follows: North Grant(John H Muir.Agt.) provided, and civil and attentive servant

lion ofhisoapcople, I shall lcave others to by the lands of Samuel Eigle East by the lands C. L. WILSON, His sperweekissudoUarsinelading

determine. MONTHS niter date we shall present our o Frederick Learl, South by'the lands of N Skerijfa1Ul Ex.o. Tax,Collector. fire and Ugh, and every effort will-be made to. .

To such and all ethers, I"challenge a refutation SIS ccounts and vouchers, as administratrix Stafford, West by vacant lands. NOT. 30, 1850. 6m !give satisfaction,both,to Trancient-Visitors-. : and

of andndmlUlStrsLtoror the estate of John Stand- C. L. WILSON, Alachaa Co Tax Collector's Sal Permanent Boarders .-
a fact
single herein stated.AUGUSTUS.
y,late of Alachua county and State of Florida, Sheriff an4Ez-of Tax.Collector. -. A couple Of.well. b:01eddlepol1cs&re: attached -
STEELE. ecd.7 to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said November 30,18O. 6m" VIRTUE authority in me Tested by to the'Establishment, and will always -
county, for a final settlement ;and at the same L law, I will expose for sale in front of the CourtHouse be ready for hire. '

GLASGOW time we shall! apply to said court for letters of THEOUT & CROSBY door j-in,the, Town of Newnansville, November, 1850. tfFor
the first Monday! in June A D..1851, thefollowing
Glasgow. over sea Tea city alive with human discharge from the administration of said Es- O .
Sale.Alachua ..
named sections much
VT71LL ,EXECUTE all kinds of or so thereof .
interested Mason aa"
and tate All. persons are desired to ,
misery There is. "
suffering. ; Fivewhere: In take notice. DICY STANDLY Admi'%. T T Work at the shortest notice and the as will pay the.State and CountyTax,Assessed >> ,
the United States, not even in the D L Clinch and due view of Florida I will sell
SE RON J.STANDLY AdmnV lowest prices. The experience they have had against thereon WITH a leaving
Sixth Ward
so much degradation, wreched- in the Construction SUGAR BOILER FURNACES for the year A. D. 850 together with all necessary house which, I now occur in the
Newnansrille.E.Fla. 1851. -
thirty nes* and oft poverty, as can be eroi wentyor" Aprils, will recommend.them"to the patronage expenses attending said sale,the same city ef EL Augustine., It is situated, at this
streets aad cour !. of the planting eom vanity:"' being a P onofthb"ArredondoGran t.n(1800. north corner of St George;street, contains six. ,
Now, from this poverty-at.icken poPu, lon. Adverse Grant situated and beng rooms besides four of the'rooms haTe ,
$10 Reward 3'! All orders from the country will be attended acres ,) lying a parlor ..
lean,lank, haggard,as 100,000 of them are from to with promtitnde. ... .in the said county otAlacLand boonre places. The house IS a comfortable one in- I

hunger and foul air, cones an address of the RAN AWAY, from the Subscriber, on Jacksonville, Feb. is, 1851. .-..;.... dad a* follows: north by lands belonging winter aad very pleasant summer. The lot +
Glasgow Female Association for"the Abolitionof : the 20th March, his negro boy JAKE loan Cochran, south, by lands belonging to Is spacious, has up it besides, a kitchen with !
slavery, to their Christian sisterhood in the K who is about 21 yean ef age; black J F H Lewis &,Thomas Napier, east by lands betwo. Horns adjoining, sTcarraga nous*with sta*.
United States." Why, there is not so much carries himself erect and stammers.'Executor's; Notice. longing to'Wm.Thorn. fit John Cochran,west blew and fodder! house attached jto it,..near
suffering from the Delaware to the Rie Grande He is about :feet 10 inches in height. A reward bl1andabelollgmg to J HJ Lewis &,Thomas which comfortable house for servantar I,
as there is in the single city of Glasgow- of Ten Dollars will be paid for his a PP re- SIX months after date I will apply to the gapier., :Also, north by lands.belonging ,to T would also sell all my' household and kitchen

There is not so much real, actual Ion Jide /fahension, delivered tone, er placed in suck security Judge Probate Dnral county,Florida, Napier D S Clinch, south by lands belonging furniture and a second hand.-b roach- I would I
<<11.' These 100,000 Glasgow. paupers are that I may recover him. to be. discharged from the Executorship of the to J H ,Afclntoshy" east by lands belonging to J likewise dispose of'a' small farm near MandaA
nominally free, to be sure,but it IS freedom on. H. B. SADLER. last Will and Testament of Martha T''sons deed-, H Lewis, west Jands belonging to Garey rina contain: about onronndrei and:twenty

'lyby name. Fifty thousand of them do not OrtigaPlaatation,Johns River April:5'51 .. PENCLOPE TISON Extcvtnz. Grant dlso, north,,by lands belonging to J H; acres alsoa tract of,very good land,near Mon-
cat sec meat oftener than once a fortnight Feb. lSth J851. 6m Lewis& M E Levy south by lands belonging to. tecello in middle Florida)containing.about. five I.I.r
Their offlpn-t;die, one half them, within two the estate of N Brush' deoL,east by land be- hundred and fifty
years after they are bern, for want of nattlIn Circuit Court, Eastern CircuitFlorida lODging to the estate of N Brush deed., and AtE acres.ANtf I MASON,
anent. A pretty iiea for sisters blind to such Auctioneers; Levy: west by lands belonging to, the'estate Feb. 1.1851' -- ,3&vSt I
in Columbia % ...
wretchedness,to preach to a "sisterhood" that. County. of#Brush deed, and Townsend. =,c .
A .RE requested to notice the following Act -
feed and make!stand .
happy their laboring population NANCY COOK jnL C.:I* WILSON,' B 183rd' FOR: .'Aa: B!: ..' r l
of Assembly. All who :desire to haTe ,
!-N Y: Eifrui.TflRic In Chancery, Sheriff and E-- Tax. Collectort. E
TS. { their terms extended according to Section 3 -
of '
Bill Divorce 'Nomnber30 ,
CUT Piccz.-The die for the three cent on* C. COOK. he Act,aost,give new: bonds. ... 1850 I WILL,'dispose of, al private sale; by farnion

f'He' atlhoraad by the late Cos BOW re dr. IT s PPS in gtoIkesatisfidtioaof the Court, JOHN BEARD.Comptroller.. the St Johns River at the month of JuPington -
rrcpartuons! are caking for a]urge isso oTthia seta that the Defendant,John Cook,is a noa re- Oo. Tax,Collector's Sale, Creek, sixteen miles above'Jacksonville:
from the Mint at u:early day. A great pan of,the ident of the State of Florida,and that his place Tallahassee, February 21, IBM.AN >Y virtue 0: anthori h'in me Tested by law: The situation known o be the.most beactlfulon
bulion land will be ooBTcrted into these pieces; of residence is unknown to the Com P laiaaat- -' > ,,I will expose' for sale, in f1'OZ1totthe on.the rivet;and is remarkable' for its health
and alter recerv'a sufficient supply dr the varburorernmeat 1J u ordered, that the said Defendant! do appear ACT amendatory,of Me seteral Add now w Court House door lithe!Town of Newnansville iness, not. .ease offerer hatiegoeettred there, ;
officer '
,the ballaace
for deposit. of foreign* .iJW'' DI.will To be exchanged and plead, answer, or demur to this Bill with. force!relating to 'the appointment and duties 0on the first Monday in June, A. IX, 1851 the for years. The dwelling is spacious and com
prevent nnaocanndatinoa -
.*.* fat these coins in single hands,a 1J1 three months, or the same will be taken as .drlltI 1I4erl. ,_ the following named sections or so much there- fortable and calculated for the accommodation
..discretion- allowed to decline selling; more than confessed;provided publication be made of this SECTION 1. ,BI it enacted by the Senate.d. of u will pay,the State and(.County Tax,Asof a large tmiJThe! land fa of good;quality
$0 worth' at time to applicants.The leaitamoaut to order as the law directa House of Representativs.of the State Florida essed against Frederick Sear,and due thereon and well adapted for CoUon.. There Ism flourishing

be sold u tWJwonh. Aaihonty is alsogiTeato.delierUw *. (Signed;) THOS. DOUGLAS, in General Assembly, conTened. That the tax for the year A D, 1850, together with allnseessary Orange Grove .D.the.premises;whlcfi _
com* ID.dicum caries at the cost of the Mint.! "'A,true Copy.Test,_ Judge fa upon Auction sales shall be ee lum' expenses attending said sale, thesame'beng :. formerly produced an income,bf Ihousana;
fcriraiprtatMm.aa is new the case in dU1.nta & SCACBOBOUU the amount salts, sales dollars rand will shortly do so again from the
&]a. DC. R. upon gross o( except on a portion of the-r.'Arredondo Grant,aitua- ; .
copper coinage.
.. Feb.lSU', : 1 March 1,'S 1.) %m o f cotton not damaged, upon which" _there shall fed:1Tingand being in:the.said coantV otAl. present thrifty health appearance':ofthl
A.ODDS.uTZ.a-, .." J. ie a tax of one half of one per cent, ....J. achuaand knownastoUoWLTU'W.: .&S..W trees.he Post 'Office of Mandarin Is within
Chtscse are eerti .!j j BBC 2. Belt That taxn t"o.4th Steamboats-pais and repasibefore
an odd people':Mr.Lyntoa made Notice* farther.DUtcd" no V,Section 3 ,townshi P 10 B/range 23 E, conaining :
eommonkaue to Auction sales shall leried the house on their regular trips to and
be assessed
theAsiittc Society of London.;deaeriptiTe of mode ; I or by 80 acres bounded u follows,via c north .
,o+f' 1 .Ja.eac pecvUarto the criminal code*or the |i THE.l COPARTNERSHIP' ertWlore.xiJ.. any county or incorporated town or city in this b y land of Elizabeth Hohkirks, from Savannah. "Those.Wig,to'.secure tail
Celestial Empire. A Chines* raerchanv accused between Surr_& ;BvtnTathisdsy State,greater twenty-fife per centum. P south by township Un"dhidbagio p 10& valuable,property maytxU',:bo, or address bjT
tad convicted baring killed bis wife,was aeaieneed dissolved by mutual consent. ,Their books and nthe, ;Statetax.8tc. _, JJ east and west by public lands, A1aON.W letter the subecriber"'l..ksOB .Florida:f. .
torte by'be&oC&ldepnn1.ioDoCaJeep.Th.eseca accounts have been turned to OTerByan &Hick- :,3_ '..Bo ft tarther'eDldediTha allLuctioneerswho jof'11.E'U; of section 30,'township( ID 8; "r. (ZHABLESBYKNECJaeksonTillfe ,1

des took..Il''Cd AmojU the month of ....last. man, who alone.arasnthonxedto, collect the haTe heretofore been appoined range,22 E.and bounded\ tea; followiiiorth,';". .""; OCtobor- 19-,'50 y,, --., ,_-,,
The vtUltwca three card placed aawhorar.vedescb in prison under the ear. &CCOUI1ta4De.- Y .. :according to Ind-ind oommisieons haTe not lublie lands,'south bJ'Ja'nd claimed by Dared" '. "- : -" -1 '.
other (
at every alternate hoar,and who prevented him fromtakiof O., F. SKIFF yet Iadall'luctioneersxhoshall' here- torriSsion, .east by lands.claimed by,and_ ,$ SeccveiT... : :' ":
Mytfeea.i&'stor'd.,: He lived thos nine- / ; C.E.RYAN.- : tifterdiea polar >haUhold there ofiice daring lorrlsson, and 1restb11an4abfEliaiethBo- /:Q NBdurr si i oo6l bla iSlIkEaUJCXXCDTCd '. : -
'tee*days,wnhoat hag slept forene single miner 'li.cwnniieiFb..a. J.C?.I. the period of 4x. ::7f&lII'trom the date of their kirk*>permit land... :; w fGd: :" '; I' '
'A1da'CCJIDIMacemeDlol the eighth day, sufferings, appointment; Pfoosded11.That" alt Auctioneers ; ....c. r'JviL3 0tf } "a : .C4v.psa. : : ; .
were M crael. that_b *;great favor,: THE busimesa}ta'etotore conducted by Ryan appointed by.the OoTtrnor daring the recess of ., SherifftNor. atdx..J,Taz'cneJ". 'do do Glazed Caps w i'jj.? .. .
,tat thcj woald kill him strangulation. <" ... &Fltlff'will becoBtiaued by Ryan Htckman the General Assembly! shall hold. their office ... Umbrellas. .
,l \ > 30,1850. ill. 6nv. ,, Boots.Shoes, ozc.ftt ..:.. .'
_. \1hel baring formed partnership for.that par- only tin tUtheeDdot. the session.of the -. -. ; .'. .':.
A bay who fell aaUep in the Tabernacle, at st. Poor, Ii, E.. c. BYANrl l I .ral Assembly next after the date of .their '"' ttJ- ,.-m, llWim"'m'ft _Porsalelow- ; ',' inI... ... !-" ':: -
Lou 4eoae fa h'uylet? P, wit teed to the pulptt.ud '" ', .S.'W.HIC l tA N I pointment. cuv a..u.6 A. ..L : ..'.a"N..r..u. .".r..r.. ., '

siookA aiththe a 9 c g1. .. :K :; 1 1, Feb.. .i t 'IB51.. : ,).: ;t._ (19TC: F; h I,tb y."t'- .Jo>z .1 :f.ti;_.. .&.. .": ',,.,:,--:

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I I :HTlJE NEWS'' 'Dissolution,' and.<< : Forrn. li ta' t1 r-rt'al::' 1 r, ; S 1tl 1rr S: &jt(r S ..._ !i--: A TV"- OSCAR OJSLNE'.T: HART.JI.'.r ,
- LA;
,or .. ,.r'| : &Mo- If J ?ii'
'acbono v. Oopartnership., ,Te-Yotk. *New-Orleans'" "" ;:" :.Office nn the large Storg'of.U:: n. Eau

I IS publuhed the every of Duval SATURDAY, and $tiMpt, at Florida,- THE* CoprtnieshIpb r fofore : ; ; wmTOt. ,GOODS. ? ,../ ..r bile'ExpreSSi'1'- ., ,CoftflositiV.Maonic.Lodg: ;,*Say J.i
llc.ia Poopty .
< the several
;_;BY CHARMS 'BYRNE.. H A R.ISji8."the' firm'day1 of;dissolved bi', 1 ; >eT"naanow; on.J band and offers 'J i"i'r'"E, ..:.. .It'y' -; STT- .B'.JL'''its.. ,.B.I P.,., ,, WILL. ,:, practice Eastern Circuit of: Florida CooatU,a&4 >

i < < sent. ,. at very reduced prices;a-new and OFFICES: -.- 'the colIectIonofclalms; against tie ft* i
: CURETON, TITUS & 1I stock of Fall Jind Winter Goods; ; States for Military Services,and for UOTKJW,
". "EL1X7JyITtGTONEdLt.r. 3acksonilIejDec.20th18O.! G 'eTeJ').' article.Jfl the" .Dri.G: )48) N .':t9 Wall' Sireef, :;Neryori'and; :Orother: property lost destroyed by troo;.C
if in assortment of Fancy-articles St. Chuiles Hotel r Buying;N. Orleans said service .. J*
JemsTrTHUKPotLAtts per.annum, paid The business heretofore << themo5VFashi6riable, Houses.. Mobile Agenr; M. BOULLEMETJ Also,claims for Pensions of dfiabIe l&ld'; ''

ta?taee... ;,or FOUR. DOLU. .iCu the end of the yearJCrAdveitiseinent aboved named firm.',,JiU be, .. rr ngemen> s,to have goods ar '. -Ererattenzioijadto',[: ihe'eoll dioncf .or the'Yido and Orphans of decejsedSoWWJ
-' : *w2l''beiaierted.on the(following ducted brand under the firm of = which. will enable.him to.keep his Drafts Notes, & .- Also; claims for' Bounty Land to officers 1

.. *, ..; CURETON &' *. soldiers and the Widows and Orphans 0(4(7oncers
: term$r oftwelve lines and under Jacksonville, January 4, 18)1.-: tor the patronage be'b'as'received, PENSION'X J) BOUWTir L AiiD.. and soldiers. y.
O ,dollar per sqtf&re old friends that they:can:"find, just. .. : 'Also;'will give his attention convejaae'
for the i firatinaeition. ana 75 cent for each.aubsequentlnwrnon. Alachua Co. Tax-Collect the'-Brick: Store, at prices OBTAiNED for; tbepffieeri and soldiers of the to examining.Titles! and Records,and assertjfc
Toyearly advertiser a liberal du BY'VIRTUE'ofauthority in me'' fail to s'uiC lie would'sal'tO those -, ',war.ortbeilr legal representansionsroriire'ror lag claims to Lands.; ".1

count will be m de'. .? law[ will expose for saleiu, front of purchasing that he is always ready tin. widows of' such officers and ,All business entrusted to him,will meet%ja
KFAU:: advertisements must be.paid for:before. in. Elousedoor.ln. the Town, of' N ,,"lW ; tosow hisgOodsfeClingwell! assur soldiers whomarrired. previous! to 1800. prompt? attention; and all instruments off ;
.enion, a regular cartomer.. By referringtomtermsthe the first jlfonday in,June, A.: ''D, > cannot- be beat The stock. consists tins:,will be'executed by him with neatntsi'w

turn may be ascertained following named sections'or so much .'- ,. despatch: 4, "'
requisite Y'
with the advertisement. will pay the'Slate and County .Tax, black silks ; Plain and Figured ,JBHQnIJN LA. Jacsksonville,Jan.25,1851.: tf ,t ;: -

and transmitted with the number against G I..F.Clark, and due ther ; :iEnglUh; French'and American, For/'the surviving or the widows, or 'minor
(p-:; AdnrtilfmenU not marked year A D;:1850, together with aUn Lind" Ball Dresses; White, and Blue! wile H.\ TUUNNOil(
continued until forbid and Delane 'children" of deceased officers and: privates,
insertions. required will penses attending said sale, the i Crape Shawls'; Cashmere .; .

and charged for, '"" portion i .of. ,the "Arrcdo do Grant," ( ...Uners Contra Cloths; Worsted.VelingsGrenand Hoods- Plain wio served in the W A (D T ((D)) IS ,:-' '

:' 'Piedollari'will be charged for all announceme ted on map of Burr & Washington for veiIi" :White; and; Red Flanels;Scotch War of 2812,. with Great: Britain ; the AND. COMMISSION MERCHANT. -

its of candidates',for?ffi e. named, lying,and being in the said Jeans;Kerser,'.; Tweeds; White Mexican. War';- or in any'.of, the India -' north Commercial .Wharf -
ichua and known Geo. JF .
as La.
810 00 Handkerchiefsat price ;
One ,for Six Month .* .,I
_ square I' 7 00 Thousand_ Acres Adverse Grant, Neck Ties; Fringe, { Gimptand But- n War, since1790. A j. ITIcROBERT BAKER ;
Notice; itoDebtora and Creditors 1 is follows, :vii: north by lands ; Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves; Bonnet Terms moderate: wliere the claim is established. ,- .* ....,
Application for Letters 0 Administration 5 00 Mrs.,Gary, Adm'x., east by lands beJ Gloves; Plain and Fancy Work Bpxesj otherwise no charge. AO1NJ.( ) ,
(J3*All religious notices will be inserted gratui03 John H Mcintosh, south and west by Extracts. ; German Cologne; Knives TheSubecriberis also appointed Agent in the District ANDCoTNSELtOR -

u 111.; longing_ to the estate,of N Brush, Ac.,lee.,with to many mention.other', articles. in Columbia for theBritish AT L i 'r.* .

: *All admissable personal communications will vy andJohn H Lewis. see.too numerous WM, P. DEWEES. Commercial Life Insurance JACJCSONVJ-LLK E. Ft... t

charged as advertisements.O C. L. 1850. tf Company, WILL practice in the Courts of the Essttri
:: AHbills for Job Printing must be paid on the Nov.. SJicftff and Ex-off. Tax Established in 1820 and empowered by act of Parliment.for Circuit, in Hamilton county of the'middle Cfcw; !t

: of the work.Lr7All 30,1950. 6m AGENCY theirisnranrcofLiresiand: the endowment coit. in Benton and HHIsboro' counties of.0 f
delivery -
communications mutt be addressed to Alachua 'Co. Tax Collector's OF of children,in London,New York of Washington City. Southern circuit,in the Supreme court at TaRa.
BY VIRTUE of S. S. VJTilI'S. ; CAPITAl* 83)OOOOOO. h assee,and in the United States District cotH
authority in me -
Editor !
the paid.
postage MEDICINES. Communicntions addressed' to the subscriber, Florida and will proseenteclaims against
law, I will expose for sale in ; if
tlousedoor in the Town of \Washington, D, C.,will receive prompt anpiition. United States before Congress and the Di .
wUhdaiuzAtshedsuCCCSS in the 31. THOMPSON
GREEN'STYPE the; first Monday in hue A. D ments at WashingtonBeing _. t
named sections much cure of Attorney Lwan'l Commissioner of located at Jacksonvclle/0r life, heYilt j
following or so
FOUNDERY will pay: the State and County Tax, \ Consumption, Catarrh, Deeds for North and South Carolina. give his entire and unremitting attention told

Ho. 128 FULTON STREET, SUN' BUILDIKO, gainst; M.: E. Levy, and due thereon Heart Diseases, Dyspep P. S.,and--ferifnecesnarytfHheIIeBfltpf Members Congress,: generally. Depart.merits profession, and with all business attention.entrusted to kv .

NEW YORK, rear A. D. 1850, together with all Piles, Female Washington CitY.\Qeu.ber. 1D. 2mMaster's care shall meet prompt
:Ko, 17 CANAL STREETROW, NEW ORLKAJTS.TO expenses attending said sale, the a" McROBERT.: BAKER.'
portion of the Arredondo Grant," &c., August 24 1850. .,
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND ing, and being in the said county ALSO Sale ,of Yaluable Real -.
PRINTERS. and known as follows viz : Section Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder J. McROBEBT :

confidence I invite the trade, before ship 9 S, Range 19 E, containing Inhaling Tubes, and Lec Estate. I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E.tli.NOTARY ...

WITH purchase elsewhere, to give me a' acres more or less, and bounded as on. Consumption, and the BY VIRTUE ota decretal order of the Dis- PUBLIC ;.
: call at No. 128 Fulton-street, New York, or at on the North, East and South by and trict Court of the United States for the COMMISIuNER.APPOINTED) [ .. -
: No 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans. where I am icirs,of Peter Mitchel, deed., and on preserving Life Northern District ofFloridi, made on the 14th
ready to furnish them with all kinds of by> the lands of M E Levy. Also to Old Age, day of June, 1849, the nndersigni-d, a Musterin BY THE FOLLOWING STATES

BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE Township 11 'S, Range 20 E, #c., 4-e. Chancery: of said court, will offer for sale! at to tike TESTIMONY l AFFIDl.VlTMnu .
96-100 rcrcs more or less, and appointed Agent for,,the sale of pablicTftuctioh before the Court house, in the < ACKNOWLEDGEMENT!
of the newest and most beautiful style. I am North by lands of the heirs of and will keep themconstant- Town of Jacksonville, in the county of Duval, TO BE USED THEREIN.
also prepared to supply the much admired d ecd) on the East by lands known: as at my Drug store, in the Town of on Tuesday the 21st'day January next the Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts,
Scotch letter, baring lately procured from Scotland twenty thousand acre tract,on the Bay,Fla. following real estate Oeorge Kingsley, deed., Connecticut.New York, Pennsylvania,
a series of these beautiful faces, togetherwith lands of'J Johnson, deed., and Dr: L..D. ROGERS. to wit: Delaw$. eMaryland,North Carolina,
every variety of form and pattern of on the West by the lands of the DRAYTON ISLAND, South Carolina, Georgia, Ala.
ORNAMENTAL .A.NDJOBBING TYPE N Brush deed. Also Section 11, bama, Mississippi, Texas.
Notice. Situated on Lake George containing seventeen
S 19 E July 27 IS50. ly ,
642 '
&c. I feel assured that the Range containing hundred less valuable ,
Bordering, elegance ((1700)).acres,more or {
and accuracy of all the Typ manufactured by more North or less lands, and of bounded Isaac Frost as follows after date I will present rny ac of for its situation, the quality of its soil, and HI c Q U H E IV 1IcINTOSJIH
by on ani vouchers to the hIon.Judge
; me cannot be surpassed by Founder in the for its lemon and citron .
any orange, groves.FORRESTEES
lands of the heirs of N Brush deal. final ATTORNEY AT LAW
,on IIil1sbor ugh county, for n
Union. ;
By an entirely new method in the ,' '
mixing':and casting I am enabled to retain the by Levy's Lake and the lands of M E ska discharge from the further attend the Circuit Courts in tie -
virtues of the component parts of the metal, and on the West by the lands of of the Estate of John M. Stat- Situated on the St. John's River, about six WILL Circuit; the United Stiles
4 quand. Also Section 14,Township 11 Stafford deed., and'also all teen miles below Palatka, containing about six .
I thus to produce, in addition to an elegant, the per District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme
most I 19 E 7; containing 642 24-100 acres, m having claims aguinse the estate of hundred ((600)) acres,more or less.. Court at Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims for .
bounded as follows: on the North by lM. Stafford are requested to pre BUENA VISTA
SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE, ; citizens in any part of Florida against the GOT
of M E Levy on the East by the
heretofore offered to the public. To this last and Lake Admr. Situated near Forrester'd Point, containingA eminent at Washington, either before Congrtn
Levy Levy's on the South STAFFORD
feature I would in particular call attention for 6M -... XA i Juuisand U QpjjIacresmore) << or less,with an or at the Departments.
Lake, and on the West by lands of .- ; 8'JtJ2 : -"- ,
solidity and of is the orange grove upon il, ana: fS ADDRESS Jac\sontifle East Florida.
durabilty Type on principle N Brush deed.,and Leyy's Lake. 6ni'T ,
of economy,of.the greatest importance to 31,Township 9 SRange 20E, tor's Notice. SAN JOSE PLANTATION, May 11, 1850; tfIT.
all typographers. The members x>f the craft 100 acres pore or less and bounded Situated in Duval county on the River St.
will also find me ready to supply all ktnds of on theNorth and Eas tby-thft lands of after date will apply to the John's, six! miles from Jacksonville, contain ng D. KKW DK1 C K.

PRINTING' OFFICE-JTURNITURB- -vuthe0fltIFb7thC1andsofthe heirs of Probate of DuVaVcoanty, Flori- three hundred ((300))acres more or less, of which ATTORNEYAND '

for the establishment complete Printing Offices Murphy deed, and on the West by from the Executorship of nbout one hundred and seventy-five acres are

such as Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, the. heirs of Peter Mitchel deed. Also and Testament- Stephen. J. Eu open for cultivation. On the place is a dwelt Counsellor
Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, Township 9'S, Range 19 E, ling ho st', with necessary out-buildings., ntL LAW.
100 more or less and bounded ( WILLIAM.EUBANK, Ex'r. &C.
Sticks Drass and Wood .
Composing Galleys,Rig- Jan. 11 1551.Notices practice: in the several Courts of tli
lets, Closet Racks, &c., &c. North by.the lands William Thorn The above places offer great inducements topurch:1sct1' WI
Eastern Circuit and in the Counties
ving trustee of the New York Associ being healthy,and pleasantly situated ,
Oil Type taken in exchange for new at 9
a } Hillsborough and'Bentorxof the Southern GTJ
I cents per lb., The Trade delt with on the most he East by the lands of the heirs of immediately on the River St.John's/.with cuit! of Florida. .
liberal terms'-, and.patronage solicited ,on the on th e South by the lands Cyrus determined io discontinue iny pre' fertile lands, bearing many of the tropical -J?
; Tampa Bay October 28th 1819.-no,17.
the West the lands of the .,. ,
on by
I ground of furnishing to the purchaser article business at this place all persous ,fruits, some already inagrowingState.TEJIMS. 1
l with.which.' he will be pleased and which will rush deed. in'any; ,manner, are, Tequestejd PU-SLIP FILSEJLOEN :; :.

; bring him,the worth of his money. C.L:,' the'15th February next, other- One third 'cash:-balance in one two, and A ( ) ,., '
:Editors and Printers wishing to establish a 81itriffand Ex-'off. 1'.az ourits and notes will be placed In! three years,with interest,to secured; by bond '.
November 31 1850.Y' AN0 _
Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be furnished an Attorney fqr.suit: of the purchaser;and mortgage on the premises. -
1 with an estimate in detail'of'the cost by Ala hua Co.. ,TaxC: .,,is' ny'autl ori: ed.Agcnt.'to col-, GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, OUltrStUor ,at ,Sato,

stating size of paper: and kind of work to be ex : : and to transact!any other business. CJtancery. .JACKSONVILLE: : FLA, __,: ,
: ecuted., \ ofAuthority'in'me ;: JAMES B: COLE., December 21, 1850.. tf WILL attend to any professional business
Publishers Newspapers who ;will insert law,will expose for sale before the T fbJ';; :'q '18 1 janll to him in'the' Courts of tli -
this advertisement three months and send me deorin, the town of NewriansVille, .... ,- .. ,<$ Eastern< Circuit, and the SupremeCourt at
the papers'containing it,addresred"JVwiitt'j 1 Monday inJuneA, D much! of "' Ko ice.: AGENCY OF DR. FITCH'S '. Tallahassee. He has also such. sri advantageous -,
Register JVewrYork, will be paid in materialsof Brockenbrougb' al., lot'No. G, ai connection within able Lawyer at TYtsif | 1
a my manufacture, provided they purchase six tig and being in the N E portibnof M: the undersigned will CELEBRATEDMEDICINR ington City as-will ensure a prompt and spee-j
times the ameunt of their bills:/or advertising.. Twenty ousan "Acre Tract, In the the Honorable Judge of Probate, dy collection of such claims as may be placed
; H.I1.f: OREEN' Alachuftj'containtainihg l6C6', as Executor of-the-Es- ,0 0Pulmbiiary in his hands against the United States.

No. 128 Falton-st New York, and less,''or so much, thereof will' lL-.hiddonlateOfthocounty, ... ... of Lalsiira, Dcpurative Syrup. Sept.8th,.1849. ly
and "' oJ. Pcct&l Heart Corrector
and tax thereon for Expectorant
No. l7Canal-st.Ro ", New Orleans county the 1 ,deceitsed.; : ,
;: ::_:__ together with'all necessary'expenses :: 'A.H.' HENDERSON, --Executor. :r.ulmonary.Lmlment, Humor Corrector, : LAND- : -

; Valuable Land for the sale thereof, the' above is'a p, ; ,,D .:!,.1 5Q( -- 6m .Pureland" Medicinal Cud Liver OiL. JB'Q.U'NT'r
Sale., .
"Arredondo Grant." Anti D'ys >eptic Mixture,Cough and Cathartic ANDGENERAL
A. '8 AGENT,for,theowners, the undersigned If' G. L. : N9CE.!' 4: IJ Pills,:Nervine,,Vermifuge; ;F male pe- :; ,
I ,offers :for sail the, following rateable Sheriff aud Ex-off Tax ; cific, Femal Tills, '&&;; &c.; 't4
tracts rland,'to,wit:1; : November, 30,'18S0.: appointed,Tf 0.HOLMES' pur Gen- Used by him constantly and with unprecedented D :c ;
The Low Tract situated"at the head of Indian' -- -- : ; Agentand Attorney,to setle any success in the treatment of -, < .'- -
1 I river, containing, five hundred' acres more or .Alachua Oo. Tax Collector's in'the'name.of Palmer&Ferris: Colds Coughs, Consumption; sthma: t Heart .JOSEBH.rILKER: Will gin
1 less. ., i ..BY VIRTUE all debts due firm'of prompt and :efficient attention to the
:: .... _, I authority' in me receive, ;the Diseases, Dyspepsia, crofula Skin Botnrtt .
ThVPabio Tract. -k' '" !!l8W' tl:will' : Bond Note LAND CLAIMS.of officers and soldiers U
: sitnated.on Pablo ,Creek, expose for.8lle: before by -Mortgage- Diseases, ,Rheumatism; Female engaged
: near the:month of the St.'Johrm"rlyer, ;louse[ door,'1n the Town ot: also for Darius'Ferris decea d. Complaints,. Piles, the late Florid War, .or eitherofr; the /- in
d, I ed to contain over two hundred acres, including sup'p.o the'.first.Monday fn.JnnedJD.; :1851, haTing. demands 'agai: !t Palmer ... &Cv &0.i. .... Wars in which the United States have b eld
z ;; come fine hammock'land. 'of the lands of Atkinson and Clark, ; Ferns deceasedwill pro ;.-;;Dr.Fitch's.unequalled. fr :?: g aged, or;the. War rcith, Great Britain:of J812,.
4.Also i small;tract woodland lathe'-vicini the'Atkinson"and Clark 'grant toT-0:;Holmes for payment,;an !Patent Silver PlAted Ab- and to.any:description of business requiring as-

J% ty of the town Jacksonville; containing thirty thousand acres more'or lesslyiiigand to Palmer &'rris'or" Da v dominal Supporters., Dr. Ant or Attorney at Washington.For; proof ,
( acres. *. ;: Townships 7 and8' E., Ranges .17. : requited to call on TV Holmes Fitch's ImpN, d.Plated Steel ring land warrants his charge will be $5.' h'.8
I : i'Also a tract containing onehaared: :' or so much thereof as'will,'pay the and'make'payment. :' 'I: ; Spring Shoulder Dr ce. Dr. other cases it'will' be proportioned to lhe\r>

h,.. good planting'Und, on l>ablo erect. 1 acres the County Tax due thereon for the year': :SARAH P. FERRIS, Fitch's Silver, .Inhaling Tube., ture and difficulty, of the case.,. ',.'
I i mouth of the !Johns'river. W.;. ,together with all necessary expenses iAdm'z.ofD.FEKBis'dec.DAVID ,. H&will also act in connection with Agents or

I ;i Alsoone halfof the Dwelling House and lot. : .the.Mle & thereof,and* bounded PALMER. Dr., ..Fitch,1 'celebrated Six lectures A ttorneys in Florida-rho may be employed li

1 of land Jacksonville, near the Court House North, ond' West by vacant, ;/ ,. n, 550., a, tf 'ON THE PREVENTION'XND'CfURE 'OF : Bounty land.and other claims,on; terms wii4
Square being the South by vacant lands ofJarn 'DelI be agreed.upo.n ,'Letters'which shoal
same which is' may ; (
3 I Joseph Finegan,'JSsq occupied by situated between Newnansville>and Bcnrs 11 ,Hears Connf mptioji, Ast na,Dlreates of the Heart,frc., bepoatpaidfill) : receive immediAtoau.'ion. .

ii i :Also two hundred.*nd: forty'acres' the al Bridge on the Santafee River. hase all;the BEARS, OIL fand and on the method, of preserving Health ; East aide of Eleming Island, on the St.on Johns:: 19,.Range 18. -'S tiotf3U, 1 3, Range that the.Citit nsof. FlOridA,will and, B.eluly0. an\oJd age. .. JI
I' Blver, between the lands Of Messrs/Lewis and by section 4, 33, 3; 29, 19, In ; BarannahIwlll: pay'fdr the 0% This Book shoald be ,in every fami: ,. To BOUNTY.LANDSAND PENSIONS.

I George Jlenung; about ,one,hundred Acres. ot :section24,13 and 1 ;Range 17'Eas a.Gallon, GtfasetlUty Cents the Cansumptive it,'points out the only reaona&khope'forrelief. ,-. .. 'i.
To mothers the
which are. hamocsndalut .beingathe'.tract-beeon; ) lcl must be Pure or frill most : 'JlBE undersigned, :having'-'nude arras**
thirt'll.aCr : tot the and education
it of
I cl rfd., '- ) measuref'about two miles'from"the jectJhe ,1 am, a gppd. judge. ;,of gives ,core Childrenare 1ments. with a competent Agent tile ei1J
; ),,t : Also an undivided' one third of the late Mrs!' Neirnansvflle' in1 said couniy of'ldl must belnrheirnazur&siaz ; invaluable;. :18OOO'copiesoftbisBoothaT8passed fWasbIiton; are now prpaied to tkeFV; :

: SophU Fleming Dower, Fleming Island on: r V4:"; s .. ''UI; \ 'w'f. BUMPlIEYSY throughJhe. 'b'press, ,and the sale: &/ .'C cunabated4 era;of)Attorpe.t ro'f the ,coIIetron\ ,t.: Jlouatj
the..St. River'a beautiful lOCAtion. '' jSheriJFand'Ex Tt#' ,. \ '10kT'DMhO'IsT Land Claiuis'and'Pensions 'and,'will gtTetltt4strlctattcntiontoth
Ah anundiyldejoriethIrd ot abouUen th a- '. -.Npvember30'JB50.. : o. 11''; H tJ .vawzaideo. For; y! :SfnrOH' : rc.D"1.... -r1f' 7Br.. ,dd.i77.a3F e'aaxne; iPEl[ .,-' < and &CW'7OG1td ; .
acres,sitnated: tnNassau ; : Address: .', a '
co n&l-onN&8S4u ,Aiachua, Co.{Tax: Xands'autl Pcrislohs i> 1.- Jt.
1liverteudingt. ThOmasr ; Collectors ;A7M..;.. REED, :c McqUEENtMen-"TOSn *
foiurpenLIne: ;t small kirts Ofharnnock Swamp, suitableJ.cMcROBERT 1 a BJ'YIRTUEj'or: : : authority 'in tijf ; ;! '* ta> ...v ...'.ii#y*:*" ... Jdc&sonville,$ept,21fci3Br [ \ .I ;: 1 :: Jaclsoirtille; J7, TlotifcCHAS. %

Francis, ?atio.) ..gnt.. If' ,::lawjT'will: !expose for;'Bale .in frontf : !:ng :' TinigJ me-: arrange-; 'I ,: \ .';w.- -Dowmr
t heaboveIracts, ot land ':h'ousVdooi\"DCJr: Kewnan ; a.l conip6tentAgent"iin'; the Ci-:! "FilCst's > Guide,'to -Invn.Nfor : ':_ ,. 7JfltDl';'7'pZlahas.cee. ;'JLFl n 1i" -
i "m ;
be r ? l ( ; i. ,. '.i
a. ) i ( <
1 ronabJepricea OD good rterinL, '.. ''i_ ; _.< ] firstrMonday: ,in"Jnne,:>A "D; 'tSst: : pi; lnq!j p Vbake Directions' to personsusipgJDr, Fitch's 'Bept2S. 1850 ,' ( ".
,1: Address BiKER.' of;;the lands, or John'Macintosh : e1! rb cons ;ldnotn6: Dti rem. edics,,: bhddT7atiofal1his'Aj ths. :
: Attorney.'Law Jcknv1llena : IngbdbeIng ill'"th 'Atr! ddndo'.Qr: : : l)Pensidlns/flnd! "i11LO' their ,.... C HA'1t'Ls: : 1) JfW"J & 'L a
4 J 'ft
A NOT.2JO. 't(. "I''' county; Alachua;Jkndwn( "u'John : on' to the same. ""-, Alachua 00. 'r !|'$rillector's 'Sale. ': :t1 50A":"$'t.t.U'" 'CT1oNEE. -" "
: -
n 'toah's.'Fifteen-Rnndre4'tA'er,;Tract : T .."M' oI QUEE,fj '" .i1iT,9 S' ,''.. / irtnVof> rt t/fnYme St ta fit :.K .. .. ......" .9 _, J 1.-i'l..

4 I# v lI 'ro) n'Ldta ifor Sale id Grazzt COi, oisjoiuchthereotaswiUjay itj''taxid: : 'd., irdi the -, .l\..b.WDOWNp4kh' aClID1tilIe1i, -. :. ....#TUC .: B', I .iwlIreosefbriaIe,1n; front,of the Courtffonae'doorin'the6r r 'SALxsIninypirtofthi County alt eadeJ 1 1AitI -
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it i
-o \
mHE nndtreigned '
wllPblfef ''' 1Itt..t.J! > 1" spectu1b'o1icited.,
for Before '' } "irn
.1. : Mge htrj tb vtt necessary expenses' i 'iI' _,rpJO, ..l..'J.' ", 'QlliJ .(lJlt ..Au.- ,; pf NeTrnansvillei "J'a iStnm 48
tlie'Court "Mona ; ; l
,' ,1 HonIedoprijp.thZowof th.e mleand'thereoaboandeclfta' ) .L ; ':J. tr-'t. '1. It the 'ftra : ay'n jrune.' A. D. '1 1'ih, t ..>f" A
Newninjlle on the fist on'd. f)" ,.: _:. ::( .. 'F-. ,' t1( h< ., fohlowi'naTaOd '
{be 1g-iha NOrthj>j hesnds"oftbeet terD :: sictibOriiCh'here&fi1I1lP51SbSt3te K t= ** ftolfee( .- 4 .:'ZSK \
3th '
;: of the day late) Inhiaynexcikeraljot5 Fraboli B:'Sanchei/aSd.the property' decdiand. Otrq' .r nt; Basi by' th : .. ". ..,( L./ ; 1' t 1, ;: i : 'Eawton: and County Tax; Assesse ;::. bN.OEt M'E Ley.'n4 Jolm:JI JDiwis 'In ii : ; Joseph ,and due thereon for theyenrAD : : ., -,nd voBchersf aa".A'dminiitraior'w j
Ofthfjjj0 : oti t id'e tl, Iotser.ajtha4: \ ; .t or or 1850: therwith.)
Inthe :tQg all !;
JD ost bualntll bd wite,-S01U b 1"thVlandsofM E t : : i \ : ; necessary' ex- the'Estate..of jQecTrgfr: PayneJ.J' tle.fl_ "'
pl'&smt ; letP. 'are'requested.1 d make
f and would part Ofhetwn: ,' 1afldLOfthgstateofPcter MiujEel' penses containing! Jud-< Probates' otHUUborough.Cobnty aw
I 1 : y.err' Lelrable 1 for theRu byJ Jdapreaented-.on to tinderslgfaed.'aiidal] 300Q apes, siuated11g.. and being in theszdebf.he'A'rei I shall tbesime.time # I/Jt t
: either of btUlneu or, ....., .; Burr and demands ; apply to aid Tovrt
ea g against'said te'are
'ft. D''" Terma made
l GEO kiloq .n&la,ot Bate. "Adverte, Grant.. -, _. : ; en' m'pr H.t.'f t t a' '.. ... bUMitddknw.... ), .. ...,. fts4 said Estate..' 'AUjteriotu: vtteretted. are JitfrW*
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W. SANCJlp.7. .t,1a" : tJ.l.y. '
: 1' t a.On. .t IOotmai1l1es tlrant.EzffJeNcor.. "
l'w' fh'I.. .; ... ,C.L. r-A ; tate notice. 7 :
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t, ,}f &Efpublicanpleaucopp: \b' NoYembez3o-1so.4 cuff.LEff ai7.r.:Triz ,ddmi li ,& a '?:t' ': f',.nS'? ; 1 ",:'.8. .-."-',, ..'. -.... ', tJ'o.i -.I nfiiA!> ."ma.. .,1 ,_
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