The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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oT AIl advertisements must be paid for before in lot;of damaged' ,in ,Orleans the terday..he waad ar fp lt : -'
sausages I a pdcjeAmirlty. : the'iii; &ts' \ 8 : _{Jafg : '
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a smooth-tongued auctioneer, W.are nota great bsiturelyWe 'doctor's agogead 1N1he id ". .
,the requisite sum may be ascertained wisdom)- brough, ;tity: 200 : :
to oar terms saying they would'make excellent" ari dr g m 'l Jt.'iv :
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the advertisement. ; whereas :th ;( .; .
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acd Advertisements not marked with the number ure if nothing else. I broughtibe lover l tJon)1'Vol.!_,}p:82 f. fetched' in Londn260; gniae50- ; la "J:lre syaaog .A1B !. .

commenced :-planting fmy'c6rh:at Young Fox'sUrtunisterial zeal "' I the'OD0O .
francs' !nbltaaoiBagdaa
insertions 'eqQTeJ.WiII continued until forbid !! TheH: t \vorn by" leon there .
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once as it was time, ;placed: a,sausage then sonot..that.evenrthe Btrons .meas- Eylau ; at : i a\JJ- t\d'O! ; e"*' .
and charged for.CTPire hill.and" -- of* -**7'f-- -,- --. was.iri '18135, carried oflfiy M} I :1_ l.r -". r.Twertj, .
drtllars will be charged for all announcements .in.caci.! ures Lord North's. ;mimstry..against, Lacoir,'from 33: competitors for the Y8a IIRAt iuel re ae'pmp& *et -
JveA5or- Well and wh t1' the Lord Mayor and' : ; 'awaytwo thi'd80r ,.
. candidates for office. partisans., of sum of ,1920 francs-ralK qt"171. theln W :
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One square,for Six Months : : : 810-00 Friend&AnA satisfied that t Wilkes fin.ttlii. city were pot strong Sir Francis Burditt dad numbered.twicjB4ui.Mto JewsiV i
: Pft1d5O0J.ffGtho :
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : : 10 00.Application had made good job' of it. ,Some'days enbugKToVhiml "i: .I two.pens used in the; J signature -i _-I'' ': **rTT* ,L

for Letters Administration 5 00 afterwards I went but to the field .to:see You'CdrlF X...thMelear. fttw ,((treaty<* 'f *of AoiJen.8--J1'hencitl7l s "of>:tie- i1 TCon3i&rat, it1 ti.-A coe. :'

07 All religious notices will be inserted gratuitously how my 'corn .was corningonan4a i :: these"d.ar." 1i iY-twj, t s 'lit i .! : : .. ,. -::__. :' IrHE po d learof: the/'BbitOH'Attasirft1j. Y. :

pretty piece of business.have made. of th&leadOf'th: s w st yv!f Tie sJ ie ,< miU, W lID CA'l1'JLS 9 TEXAS. frori);Harlem. to Kit. girca t>iiw; ... ;.-..*:' *, '. .
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: C3A11: admissable personal communications. will trying agricultural r expe rime ts." equally offends theftempcrate oThisown .\ We.find, the Tollowm 1IrdpJ%J :re, IOU. l tt, Tf6r aiW5 ?' O: r .Til7: [ .:.',: '

be- charged All bills as advertisements.for Job Printing.must be paid on the .. ._' 'Why.Vhat.Wn "the. mat. party-arid; :tKefwafmon0s oTiKe'opposition ., lation to the wild cattle. of! Texas, in 1\ rp1.8g:'"lliroiighi, 4he ,'towR.. ,. .. ',. ..f".. .
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of the work. tQ7 terl" '- (; i i4 I recent number ofthe: 'Houston. TelV l gUlae'pol"lted..o.u small framed boercls :_.' :

, delivery Address all communications to A.C.GiLLETT,. .' Fricnd-"Matter! the 'first thing I '"Thtf''kihg was1 excessiveiy! nissed grph'P, azjnginVjBy the side of several. door j -.

:, Editor pottage paid. saw. ,. .reaching. the ,field, w.q.he yesterday ,f"bythe" ihbbl asie went 'to :The settlers,who have:recently:opens ujionvoch'- ,v-displaycd oval'oreces 10.- .
m A *- A *" '
- CJ.t clog digging and scratch' the House. "Cliarles't<)x: airi cdturms near'the of Jace.wprk, placed ove'phik.a't@5 '
-l' -- .d.-d.est.lot nar ; sources. .. of the) Saniibrk1 .: .. >
THE MAIDEN'S PRAY.R. ing "all over it! There were ,my :dogs, rowly escapedjwith'liis1 lifcf."'-' Mafch ,add ,Brushy- find,the- ,country' ; show their' fineness ,aad' whic j,. I:nat ': .
She row from her delicious.p, nnd and all l-the'' 30 1'l71"voU well stocked urally supposed.indicated the residence ", '
. And away,her soft brown hair, your dogs, neighbors 2rp.: 146. .' ,w'ith a singular breed:of <.. :
put of
dogs besides about three hundred George III. hissed and Fox wild cattle. ,lacemakers.but\vasmistaken; :'
And in a tone allow and deep pelted'by -Large droves of these'cat-. :' 'J.

' A. loveN first whiuppr, breathed a prnycr, strange'dogs I never set:eyes on before, the; 'same ,:mob! The next 'extract, |i tlearound not only on the,San, Gabriel cordmjr; his 'uceottP.ti, wlielijrtera ':.. '.

; Her snow white hands together pn'MPil, and everyone: was hard at mining after howe .r, is less creditable.than unpop ,.'Leona and othertributariesoftit 's surrendered tl e'Sp jbisk after a J)ong :;

The Her folded blue linnrn eyes sheltered en her breast in the lid, the buried sausages. ,Somehow,or ularity in such good comp! tIe River, but also on the San Sib, th'e sefge,-onq of the. articles! ofcapitulatfon .,- .

other had scentedout : --'Lord Holland is ; Llano and tributaries was, ,hiu-eyery hoii., in''whxch ttherd .
Jiul swelling with the charms it hid, the-rascally whelps dyingis paying many of the' Up :. ',.
And from her long and flowing drrrs; the business, and they have dug up Charles Fox's debts, or most oft,them, per Colorado, far. bo've'the settlements. was or was like to bef*ayoungf jafantj .'. '

Escaped a bare and snowy foot every. bill by this time If could set for they amount .to 130,000.butwhile They differ in, :form, color and 'habits. should not be.entered by the ,soldiem : '_ ..

Whose step upon the earth did pr". every dog of them on that auctioneer, there is a broker or. ,gamester on from all the varieties of domestic cattle I and,.'aiatokn, the,centcx of an infant's 5'-_
I.ik. flake while nnd .
F then a snowy from f lumber soft and mut.And warm;, .I'd.be sntisfied."--"Picayune. the face of the 'e rtb, Charles will not in Texas. They are; invariably of .a: cap was 'to be hung at Uie.JdciQr.t' 1ii. ..... ". f IJ-IIto

. Like a young iipirit fresh from heaven. be out of debt.". -Nov.-28,1773J 10 1.l% a.brovn, color, with a .slight ,ting symbol of multiplication'isdisplayed; '- '. S

r She bowd that slight und. matrhleg form, WOMAN AND DANCING., p. 253. pfdusky!. yello Wpn the,.tip of: .the nose fortnight in .advance, and remains as -

::f And humbly prayed to forgiven, "I believe n' woman would do a great But 'under what and on the eUy. Their horns are remarkably "J long after the birth:a knptpfribloB -, ;
: Need daily from thy throne prodigality, a ;
mercy deal for a dance said Dr. and being added.,.in such a manner, ,to in ': .
If she on her landed knee- Growling; splendor talents! i. large; stand out .straight dicate. : .
' Our holiest and purest one; "they are immensely fond of salutory "I went to the House of Commons .from the'head. Although these_*cattle_ .. the. sex of the child; and.during .
fV this
by law drums cannot'fo'' _.
She with face clear and bright I .W Kwit ;
a so motion remember once in life I generally much
my me otner to hear Charles, .For :larger ,than the edo '
day ; contrary ?
We deem bet child. ( before the house the f ftirmturo; '
some liht .
stray ,
mestic :
used flirt with who cattle
to exempt '
one was a' great to resolution I had 'made of they are more"fleet and J
If she with those in tenr, : ;
Day a(uday in her eyes young jenrn, favorite in a provincial town where I never 'setting my :foot 'there agairti nimble, and .when :pursued often outstrip from not liable legal) execution, and the father::is '. :"4:

Ma t kneel and pray for grncrt from Thee lived, and she .was invited to' a ball The object answered;Fox's abilities are I II horses that'easilyputrun' the'buA to- perform a ? military or jury, S .:' :. _
What far, for deeper rtet'd have we! there and confided she .had I falo. Unlike:the buffalo duty; : 'J' 4--'
to me no amazing_at vso very .early a, period, especially they'8eld ni .' 'S 'So *> .?'.. .. ,
How RMl lV H H M iA "
,if the win beaten
hardly not "
stockings to in and without under venture far out into, the .butare '
appear the circumstances of prairies, < '
Will our errors be forgiven. Law of tfo .
I them her presence at the ball was out such a dissolute He was just arri generally found, in, or near the forests gent1 wants Finger' R1-Ir a : '; .
man he:
of the question. ved from N wmark i and had sat that skirt. the streams in that .sec- a'Wile wearslfrlnjEf '
[From the Charleston Courier.1] up on"the ,first
THE DREAM OK THE EDITOR.Am ., "That was a hint for you to buy the "drinking all night, and had.not been in ti ion. Their-meat is'of an.excellent .flavor he ,is. Jnp he rp!:the )left hand 7*if C-. ,. .

-''Idrtanlthnt dwell in Marble HalU. stockings," said Dick. bed. ,How such talents make OI:laugh ,''and is preferred, bythe' settlers' ley :finger engaged if marrfed, wears d'n 'i| on the second ,3 :: .,_
I dreamt that I dwelt I'libiuber'c Hall, "No said i the meat of'the domestic cattle. ; ? the third j:and on_ '
With steal and ink ; you're out, Growling at Tully's rules for .n.n,orator ,and his It is the fourth if' he : ,
pens nt my aide never intends to \ : 'o. "
And that all who ftrmbliit within thonewnlls. ', "She knew I was as poor as herself; i indifatigable application. .His )labored said thaheir' fat:is so hard ,and compact .. \ h lttladV "'6oi h gemarried. "

To become my sub crHn-i. applied ; but though she.could 'not rely on' my oration are ,peurile in coinp fisQJ1': that, it".will not melt 'in:the ,hottest 'she 5vear t **4A,*a', hoop orjdiamonavijri is | lfeer 7 dj :' '. .'.: .

I had fears, that, at close of the ycar, I had lost purse. she had' everyconfidence this' boy's 'manly:reaisori."March 27 days: : of summer j'and the candles first if :'_ .
Full many a pat/onV name, formed with it far' finder J, engage df>n the.sedofidi > .' .
and' and consulted ,
taste judgment meon. 1772; vol.ji 205. are superior to those rziaiied ;
: .
_But I alan dreamt, which pleaded me most, p : on the ,third ;', and on the '
that: "
are formed'with the"
a plan she formed for going to the And I tallow of other -' 1-.
That they stuck to mo still the lam subsequently '|he"Wa1poIi.ana ] fourth if she intends ,to be raaid.t
ball in Now do I cattle. Some :have a J- ;: _
what stJP--'
proper twig. you' he says,: / >r persons .'When '0. gentremad, *
dreamt ihet with hills in hand f posed that it is 'pmcnts' 'a lanVa V{ J
conector* think it was 1"! "What a' man Fox is After .his possible these cattle are floiver.ortrnikets.. itureof
to. ... witK thA *
Went forth to claim the fee .
And, with prayers:that no debtor's heart could "'Io: cp in'- cotton,!-. suppose"return-1 If"t:!Ions1 jind :cjchousting .Epeech-ouJEIasU I' "distinct! .raceindjgcnous- io4mi Y ..haB- t :'hittOn1h 8t"f n--- ---'" r .. -r J. -
cd Dick"Out. iai npcr-lfie ithiii 'sTi lCt ni oT'a .
withstand. ings' trial, he was seen handing ladies regard; should she.. receivQ it < .
- They dunned them hard for me; S again, sir-you'd never guess into'their'carriagesvith all 'the.gaiety species. fossil ox:with" straight horns, with the_ left.hand it is considered! '

And I thought, when my bonk I camp to post, it ; and only a woman could have hit on* and prattle .of anJdle, gallant.?'-Wai- that are bft I in the beds of the Brazos an ,' as : .
acceptance pf his esteem but if _, ..
To havecancriled each debtor .
tiame; and ; '
the expedient. It was the fashion in po liana,'vol.) .,1,p;,111.' toJomdovould"s. to strength with the- hand
But I alma dreamt .hicl.I.h"rrcl me most, right it is a teTdsal'oTthe .. .
That ikty ira me dill the same! those days for ladies in full dress to By such touches.as ,these we obtainn simple
wear pink stockings, and she proposed deeper insight into,the character anda the are now found:only, .in the vicinity, ens, explained: by rule, the.passion,.of

A NEW AGRICULTURAL WRINk painting her legs more jusc appreciation of the abilities old'l\1issions, it i is much more pro' love is expressed.

KLE. "Painting her legs I" they all exclaimed. of Mr. ,Fox,than in all the vague panegyrics bable that they are the descendants of '.

A funny story is told of an old friend i of professed biographers. the cattle introduced by t early] Span .Printing. Office Jokes.-It is cukiol

of ours-one who sick and tired of the "Fact Sir," said the doctor, "and:she ish, .adventurers.- .. .-It -is. said- that a mary in so.mc'printing offices, when a .' .

care and bustle of a city life, has retired relied on me for telling her if the cheat THE VALUE OF RELICS.The ., species ot \v1Id cattle, diff ring from all particularly green youth commences :.' '

into the country and "gone to was successful-" Journal des, D'asL speaking- of the domestic breeds.of: the Eastern con- learning his trade,:to make him,the ob .. '

farming" as the saying' is. His land, "And was itl" asked Durfy. the purchase some,time since made by tinent, is found in the Sandwich Islands; ject of various jokes. He is often, seat .

albeit well situated and commanding "Don't be in a hurry, Tom. I complied Prince',Albert,of the coat worn by'Nelson but it is well ascertained, that' this breed to, 'a neighboring office ,for an article .

:- sundry romantic prospects, is not so particularly on one condition, namely-that I when he received death-wound, is derived from, ,the domestic' cattle that 'which,!is of course'imaginary, and whol J 5
were left oh those Isla ds'
1. fertile as some we have seen- should be the painter. ; at the battle of TJ'1falgafor presenta by-Vancouver. ly'original 'In the minds of those who ..."

requiring scientific culture and a liberal "Oh, you old rascal!" said Dick. tion to Greenwich ,Hospital-takes occasion These''cnttl are' wild that they perpetrate the joke. Once upon a time, .

: use_ of guano of some sort_to induce' an "A capital- bargain- said Tom'Dur.. to bring together a number of can only be'caught';alive'by entrapping a, boy'was sent ,to.K ?s office for a
them in '
disguised The celebrated .
: abundant yield. So far by way of ex fy. examples 'in illustration of the large pits.' quart of edl'ON.a .. .He was ,scnt.haJ'
"But safe covenant added the botanist, Douglas) while on ,a tour with the s
planation.Once not a ,. sums paid, under; the relicandraritymania picture of a jackass.4 '

upon a time. as the storybookssay attorney."Don't. 11' i ; .particularly by, the _rich, enthusiasts in one'of those, Islands, fell i into' one of vas rather severe uponthe t "..;," _M :
these'pits and .was'gored to death tO :."
by awild -
friend interrupt me, gentlemen, of island they immediately told frvvYt0
our being on a short visitto our own -more especially ;.
said the Doctor. "I some rose pink bull,'who had been thus entrapped. K andtdllbj't \ stQ ,thSO." .. .
the city, was attending an auction j got it seems, subject to _that species of -" :
sale down town, and as it so happened I accordingly, and I defy all the hosiers infl enzi. S me'or the cases reported Several attempts have been ,made by rial, theywCd, and not:th q eaiior.. 'r,; 1'i. .

fit the settlers on 'the-Slin Gabriel to domesticate ,. ,
make -
Nottingham to a tighter will require testimonials not likely' to (
they were selling Damaged at
sausages than I did; little and the wild'cattle in that section, /EngliJ._.Mb'-'lie following .are. : '
Jenny ,a be
the time. There were some eight or on ; prettier ;forthcoming,.ere they will' ,be ,inch'ned
pair stockings I never saw.' admit these the statistics but they have thus far been unsucce some r.the' privileges oC nobitity-L i
ten barrels of them, and they were "just to amongst ( '
I fuF. Asthey are far' "superfor>* the Exemption from nrrest for debt. 2. :
the ball!
barrel] "And she went. to of the passion. The, ivory chairjvhiich'Gu8tavasVasa
at cents when
going fifty
; per Dick. domestic cattle of the cpunOry, not pn- They are tried. or crimes, and misd-e i 1

the auctioneer, with all the apparent did."" ; received from the ly'in size, 'strciigthanragility, but.also' 'meanprs only] ,bj' ,hel PeersJ who. give .: (t '
"She town of Lube k sold the Journal
seriousness remarked that was '
they were in the flavor pf their meat an-d.the their verdict oath but their :;
not :on on .:
- added | .
. succeeded
"And. the trick dts Debats in 1123 for the sum .
worth more than that to manure land says, .. '
fat, they might, jf'onc dpmcsticiUedibecome honor. 3. Eiemplion from scandal by
of 48,000.florins not.far short of 60001.!
-' : '
with. Here idea.
was an "Sixty-two to the .
'valuably acquisition J4 their defamers to t
v'st1bjectiDg an
a a .
"So completely said. the Doctor_ This i is anecdote.to !
and a half, said our friend. "Just :a .startling ; begin agricnlturistsofthi. countiy. rbitn fine'and irnrisomcn1i A ,
going at sixty-two and a half cents- "that several ladies asked herto' re: with; but such a one was absolutely] .. Peer ry :.
sit of .
third and last call-gone!" retorted the commend her'dyer ,to .,them. So you necessary to: prepare the mind, r"the .11 hart:. .t- 'A, wealthy maycovered.. rn. o justic&. .;Un-.J'- "<.< ,..

auctioneer-"Cash,takes them at sixty- see what a woman will do:, to goto'a reception of the 'followihgtr-The coat, squire had,a'silly'son', whose name:was .5 5

two and a halfper barrel." dance. Poor little Jenny! she:was .a worn: by. pharles.tbe".Xwelfih. of.SVF&denat Tommy,,and, Tommy had .a little drum. Poetry d ,Purity- ,of Imaginqtio i $. "5 .; ,

To have them shipped for his country merry,minx-by the bye,she boxed my the battle/of plfawarpreseryedlby He pne .day lost) his;;drumstick i in ,a A love-struck_ poet ;in N'ey"'Hampshire! .,:- t".

seat was the immediate work of'our ears,that night for .a.jokci made about .Colonel) Rosen, yhp.fqllowedt, the draw well,.:much..lo-'his .mortification; writes'of his dear delightful? Whose .' ".' ,

friend, and as it was then plantingtime the ,stockings. '"JeQnl,1f said i IUbr, adventurous 'Monarch to Bender-\vas' but, great.as4vas; !his( loss.he too;well bosom's like'aVhfte'. washed. feace-1 : ;.

and the fear your stockings should'. fall.downwhen'yda : sold, i ia 1825, at'E4itibugbjrorihc:sum' knew that.nopneiwpuld. go lo ;.the bottom .'. .
to use a common 'J *' '' /
sausages mi''i *
expression were "getting bet are dancing_ iiadn't;you better of 22,0007., sterltngl(, 1 This anecdote, to recover njs toy:,' oo, ;:lomray Iho.AlbajiyaiuickerDoekejjsays i A : .

ter fast ". to, have them safe 710 underGround IeVinc paint a pair-of''garters. on. theFenchpaperIitself:; ," ,thinks.shouldhave dropped: -sijverpuiichrladlet' into the lady 'dropped fepr busile' n\c Huijr' "
very "
and the His them;!" .:ConfumatioB., M A.. Lenoir, ,the well, 1.JadleAvaajiaissed, and a hue Broadway yesterday, whicH upset; owe :.

movement. out He of about way was to next -.-- o. - founder'of lrrench'Musum, relates nnd. cry was raSed.frr-ithinki"48aJd! of,tho Troy stages,' and nearly. :.killeda: .

field of several was of the plant soil a CHARLES ;FOX.: ,that during"'tho transport of heir mains Tommy, ,% saw/ sqm thing &liiningow.tbO.T'yeU. dozen.passe g$% 5 > "f j,hi. ;

of the woods acres cornr here In'tne:Letters of' Horace Walpolei"the of Abelard and Heloise f to the Petita,Augustihs ,! ,". ''Thejgrooni: was- or-. .. ,. : .
piney species- so, ; 'HStirfi .
following:'paBeagesappeatfjextracted Englishman! oflered d him 4cd'jntkhe"bucket..)to, makeua; ',voyage ; : "Some aft Born' to [ :-'Ai. '' 5.:r .
was this
just the'spot for new eXJ'cri. heLonilori Quarterly: 10P Opprancsp90fr) for one ofther. ; btdiS; very,'.ancLwas Joweredltothe drevJobnson, tmembJr4f: tha'Heafeot .,:
from :
J1eDt in agriculture, this new :wrinklein { of,lieloise. where -feaqugbi he Reprcscritativefi from jTleimwoe>cwjt
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'of science of geoponies. are' striking' ':open' important -- 'At S<.that quotation :UeDrice of bone found. the' ladle. The .handle wai put .aughtbyjiis" wfe ,.to J& ; & 4i '

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T H E N E\W:S; I THE AKENBBB" KETENUK BILl :> :80 .acres of second ''rat,' valued at line into Florida, and President pronoun involved the ostJmportait tt1lettM& b.

-, : Among. the:' acts. :pawed,. by the,:. late.. ... '$1OOwld( '. paj'a;! or60'cent& : tl.t sentence.It i ; is said thatJtecaiTd' This being,the.C".asevo. were_ !bewad to
JACKSONVILLE, JANUARY 23, 1846.i'i. General w4nibut t S*"*J iC t' '* pause and to look forward to tfe ,probable
: Assembly, ,,. ::.... '2OO'aakea, afHtid' rate, valued; iifHon raiBister! of the Gospel, consequences. He went oa, te :

consider. .' unacceptable to' ,' the: pep-" $100, womld pay 3';a' ,tax, !' of 75 cents.- ,,:who was: ;at:hand, to}pray for him, and tell how hat within the last\year, tkeballancc ,
pie, and whkh'seem<< to:have been.fashioned of had ,been ,chang ,'..,
Money at interest, valued at' $100, what seems remarkably, nearly every power
.according 10110 principle,but that- pays 20'cents.Merchandize. .. person present knelt down and joinedin from the free to the jslave holding Stated b ;,;
of self interest, and sectional interest,. : A slave holding oligarchy now exercUe4 \
valued at $100, pays the prayer. At the time appointed; dominion over the best interests of tfaa,
.notice, that amendatoryof the, .
NOTICE. we one ::20 cents. \ : *" noon of the next, 'day, his, sentence, was country. 'Having thus placed ourselves '

As certain of our exchanges and Revenue Bill as passedattprecing__ Town lots valued it'lOO, pay .20 canried'into xecuti n. Ha 'was hung, at the disposal of this power we steedin

communications, are still .seat'" ,to St. session.i It is an acknowledged rule in cents 'and immediately before death' confessed, : a very different position to what wA

Augustine, we beg 'leave again to'call the formation of laws upon the imposition We'tbusfiilC\ \ that J second rate Jan d himself'to' be mufijerer'and} 'robber.We I I did last year. Under these 'c riu&
it became the 'duty of the
II f attention to the fact, that the publication of taxes that they shall' be : qualand' pays a t'tb ee times*as'great as either lament- this -horrible occurrence stances pie he represented to maintain the right pee*

of this paper has been removed to 'uniform, that they' ,shall not'weigh" money or merchandize, two of the for the. haste and recklessness with which had ,been voted away from theor;

I\ Jacksonville, and .that/ our friends will .I, more' heavily:'upon one class, of,the_people most productive and the most :taxable which a :fellow-being was'hurried into Having destroyed the balance of power

. rI r than. upon another, nor upon and' "also' lament' it for the he called upon the majority res
I rI I rI oblige us, by directing to us, in future, articles, while third rate pays, nearly, eternity we of the sjavehol.
I that one part of the country more than upon false and unfavorable it will\''give tore it. The, progress
I at place. : four. times, as much. aspect his destinedto
in opinion
I another. Under other principles, than "'B'ut i in' this l calculation we have to the administration, ofthe laws in bur- ding overthrow power this Republic.Mr. .

It?, The ladies ,of Jacksonville,will, : these no community Wilf"ent st, 'to supposed there to exist equal quantitiesof country.. As ,long as theStale, was suffering McDowell next took the floor,

I have a FAIR on the afternoon.and eve representatives 'the ,making of .their first, second,and' third, rate ,lands, under the 'confusion incident upon and got on' his speech, 'xvhcb' heai
I I laws Under other'principles, no Legislators while. the, truth. of the matter is, that about to make on Snturday. He said
the Indian tHere have
I ning of Wednesday at the Hall of war, might
? : i not over,one ,tenth,of the lands held by. when the time should come to votepn
the I. 0. 0. F. We hope to see it well have a right to impositions' private; individuals, or Government" in been some palliation- .for _an', act of such this subject, 'he would be found standing

attended and by those who have a. disposition upon. their: constituents.. We' ,contend 'East Florida,' are,.first; .rate lands-not a kind, from the:fact,that ,it wasjmpossible up for the rights of his country.

;to open their purses as well as that the, Revenue Bill, both before and I even' three tenth equal to second rate to put the laws of the land into whether there was to be war or no war.

I I their hearts. The proceeds are to be since its' amendment, was unequal :. land, and leaving the: remaining six- execution. But now that we have'ob Alluding, to the annexation ef Texas,

I : that it was unjust":"-and operates unfavorably tenths, ,as,/third, rate land.. Suppose that have established he said by that act we had checkmatedthe
towards the of tained now we
i completion peace
then classes and .
the three .
in world-
we average proudwt the arrested
I of-the i power
particular portions
upon. have
Episcopal Church. suppose individual: ;own one thousand ,a State Government,- made her rapid march over the world.

I community, contrary to justice and the acres of land-and, to return, the 'for ourselves Constitution, and have He then took 'up the argument of Mr.

07: Qn Tuesday evening last, about spirit of the Constitution.The lands as-!r engaged to abide by it-we look uponit Giddings, and ,controverted them in. avery

,I, 9 o'clock, an attempt, was made to RevenueBill, as amended provides 100 acres first rate'land taxed at $.1 '00 'as treasonable for any association of forcible and sarcastic manner.

I I II, ,break the Jail of Duval county, at this as follows: 'There shall be, 'a tax 300, ", second ": 225 men 'however respectable ''from their He (Mr. McDowell) hoping that 'the
imposedOn 600 third' "- ," '225 Southern members would not, be cajoled
place, by two white prisoners, calling talents and, good names, to arrogate to
I 1st;rate land of 1 cent per acre. into opposition to this measure. because
themselves JOHN N. SMITH alias JOHNB. 2nd 3-4 ** $550 themselves so mighty power as that in 'case of war, the British Regiments

POWELL, and SAMUEL JOINEK,, who .3rd **., 3.8 ** The taxes he would thus pay on a of deciding ,upon the 'life or death of a from the West Indies would
succeeded in breaking the inner door, I Now upon the bare face of these provisions thousand acres of land,valued I at $1075 fellow creature.tThe can be no'excuse :- overrun the South. He hoped they
we appeal to one of common wonld not be intimidated by any fear of'that
and cracking the lock of the. outer one, every would be '550. that the laws cannot be enforced,
I kind for the South might depend
f, sense whether there is not a glare ,
I when the noise was heard by Mr. G. W. If the same person had the $1075 in there can be no excuse that the enormity upon the aid of thousands of strong

WALTON, (who lives near the jail,) and ing impropriety in the system upon money at interest, merchandize, or im of the crime, and the delay of jus- arms from the North, who would fly to
which the scheme of taxation is based.
he having immediately given the alarm, proved town lots, ,he would pay but tice, permit the adoption of such meas sustain their brethren of the South.
the Sheriff' Can,any one pretend that an equal tax After further remarks of this character,
; Deputy Sheriff, Jailor, ures. We say that the laws can be enforced
can be laid otherwise than in view of $2,15. he went into a history of the Oregon
and several citizens, were soon present, We think these facts ,are sufficient and that the people will side
and said the late letter.of Mr.
the market value of the land rather question,
whose efforts in securing them, before .show, the operation of the law, as at :with them i in, favor of 'humanity and Ruchanan placed our .rights beyond

they made their' escape, proved than its quality.. Can any one say that present in force. It is sufficient to .the Jirst fruits civilization. dispute, and thatany county court law
third rate land in the vicinity of a town
successful. It is' solemn take thelife' could understand it.
show that those who are so unfortunate; 'a thing to yer
is npt: mOle valuable than the best first Mr. Rhett made 'an eloquent speech,
and if of twelvemen
be of landed of man,- 'a jury
as to possessed property,
[IJ- We notice, with regret, the un rate at a long distance 'from it,- and .. in which he contended that it is our
the laws
taxed than twice muchas empannelled according to
must more as interest not to ,the notice, as we
should be'more and
timely decease of Mr. D. OLMSTED Jr. highly more equalr:
those who have merchandize.or:mo of the country, hesitate and shudder to have nothing ,to gain but everything to
con of Prof. OLMSTED of Yale ly taxed. Can one that third
any say
College, We advocate the duty of the pronounce the verdict of guilty upon a lose by such a course. ,All we wanted
who died rate land in a populous and highly cultivated
consumption on Saturdaylast
We could
is stain was Oregon
wretch whom satisfied
- people to the of Jlhey arc get
IIII in. this place, whither, .he had come, country, is not more valuable pay' expenses 'govern-: anything else in time. He ad vised that
of the ed with murder, or'., horrible. crimes-
the of
shortly before, for the benefit of his than first'rate, that is 'unimproved and :ment as price advantages, the joint occupation should continue, 4*

health. We take this opportunity to unsettled. Yet our neighbors of Middle civilization, but we,think it will,occur how much more, .awful must be the position 'so that our population in Oregon 'might

to one that these burdens should those 'vho constitute,themselves increase until such time as we could
all the every
lament the want of judgment in those Florida have placedus, on
be equal, or their unpopularity will de. a" tribunal for'the trial and execution' of successfully retain the territory. He
I invalids who their same footing, and seem resolved, to
coming to has
postpone that to
argued Congress no'power
offender without the rules
feat the operation of the law.CAW. an regard
I Florida, until pulmonary disease has I make us of the East pay' all the taxes, move in this matter, as it properly belongs
of justice .and under the influence of
I made such progi'es as to make any if they will not permit 'us to do any of J"4fYNCD to the Executive, on whom theresponsibility
I prejudice and 'bitter blood. We trust

I improvement in ,their, health impossible. the We Legislation.noticed in the ,St. Augustine" i The notorious outlaw, STEPHEN .P.: .that the days of Lynch Law are over.- Mr. Sims, Missouri of a war ought followed to rest., he

We understand that,this is the third or Herald weeks since and before YEORMANS, for whose, apprehension a We trust thatthe feeling of''' the community was for' the whole of Oregon or none, .
some ,
fourth member of the Professors family, the law amended communi- reward was long'published, in the Floridiarf vill, :be such as' .to favor the now or never. He: took' the 'ground

III that has fallen a victim to this fatal was a, offered by nn association of citizens that nothing was to be gained by negotiation
; cause of'order and of humanity.Ve:
cation which forcibly portrayed .
so with such' Great ,.
malady and the community cannot hut a 'country as It
Middle Florida has met witha
trust that the Constitution have
suffer that ,
injustice we we extract a Bri tain. Experience had shown that.
sympathise with him in the loss which
portion of it for the benefitof our read I fearful retribution, for:n long'series of made, and the laws by which hey have He scout d the idea that this country
he has thus suffered.
I, recently ers : : crimes and outrages upon the comm consented to be governed, will meet could be, whipped even by all the com- ,

We of **In order to, arrive at .a just conclu. nity. He was one fan expensive gang with. respect in their eyes. For' ,the bined powers of Europe. He said,the -
notice the receipt the .
lDab :
people,of Missouri would take ,of .
it is reduce the various which the care
sion infested Florida
necessary to' ; ; during war, sake of our community,-for the sake
January; number of the; Southern Cultivator taxed that,and as for the difficulty taking ,I
species of property to a mo and which
by committing depredations of in the
our reputation of our
Journal I eyes provisions to Oregon, there were none. ,
a monthly agricultural unit and then the ratio, of ".
ney compare I of every ,kind and,charging them, ::upon! : country' and the ;rest of the world, and The people of iIiso"ri; would load
ench and, first land.-
Ga. contains
published ut Augusta, It taxation on .., ,on ,:
several articles and Nothing can be more- difficult than, to the Indians, ,contributed much!to pro for the sake of'' those ''liberal principles their oxen, nnd the ox drivers would
excellent essays
very affix a'uniform'AJlluation.on land-the long and: embitter, the''str gglc. Since whichwe. have resolved, shall guide us, ,takfc! their whips and whip her'Majes

on subjects connected with the 'tax.law di'ides9and into 3 classes of that time they have_ ravaged, MiddleFlorida we appeal to all, to Crown upon these ,ty's: ,subjects out of the tertitor)..-.. t." '

cultivation of the soil as adapted tote first rate, second..rate and third'rate- proceedings 'adhere to the hws ,When he concluded, tho House ad- *?j- ,
'Southern States.' ,The publishers now first. rate land may be one thingin and. the adjoining counties in they have themselves made,-,to feel journed. :|-,,;.

!! miUfcv ,an earnest appeal to .the public Middle Florida, and an entirely different Georgia, and have long'been a terror to the awful responsibility of taking' the SENATE, Tuesday, January 6. .:f"

r for an. inC:. of and thing in East Florida-again the citizens of th part of the country, life of a feIJow.being-and, to; promote After considering for a few moments

,, we cheerfully e..stw.... encouragement, there may be another difference ; cultivated by kidnapping free negroCs'nd'slaves, the well being of society by listeningto the bill in relation to the public printing
d. them in their
endeavor itsregulations rather than the Senate went into Executive session
and wild land., First .rate culti. to personal ;
which so.1d"ag i
to the they and robberies
promote stit *<1f a publication | vated land : be worth five times. animosity, and to its mercy rather than and continued therein until our paper
., so, useful to the people iV e as much as, first rate ,uncleared land.- and tiolence of every, kind. f to passion or the blunders of rage caused; went,to press. ,,,....

South. Its term*, one dollar per annum > Three! quarters,of a cent maybe very: It having been,ascertained that this by the', infliction. of wrong. HOOSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

are such as.to place it in the pow. JO\V'\q. ?Middle, Florida clay lands of YEORMANS was'one ot the ringleaders of SENATE.WASHINGTON The first business was 'the'consideration

er of every person engaged in planting, first quality, and may be, a high tax this gang, .a large association, of the,cit, Jan 5 1846.Mr. of the motion to refer toa: Committee
; ; of the. Whole and make the
relatively ori ,East, Florida lands.. ,
j t to procure information invaluable in ,A large proportion 'of the Middle sandy Florida izens of the infested .district,..who bad Niles, from the joint select committee special order 'for the first Monday in

their'pursuit. J laud*,are. cleared and productive, united for the purpose, of protecting on printing, reported a bill to February, thejoint :resolutions reportedyesterday 1Jj

but a very proportion: of the lands themselves, offered'a reward for his 'apprehension regulate the price of printing. from the Committed on,Forign'Affnirs
I&, We'learn with that of East Florida He:also. reported a bill to establish the Presidentto '
the authorizing
.pleasure! .are'cultjvated'or cleared ;. the result of which! was Ir
translation of.the secondor third 'TnuUands Mid, } post routes in,Texas. give the Oregon notice. ;
work of Prof. '
great that he was,' arrested, on the,,27th.1:11t. 'There
dIe Florida, would rank as first'rate : being nothing on the table Mr. Milliard having the floor, made a
MACZELDET, of Bonn, by Mr. KAUFFXANN near Albany Ga.-obtained., release which action the '
lands in much.of East Florida. Again a requred Senate immediately an eloquent speech, in which he conten. o

. of New-York, has at length, in no distinction ,whatever is made for tHe under?a writ of: Habeas Corpus, -was 'ndjburned. ded that our title to Oregon; is so clear C(

part, appeared. "The Compendium of value'of the buildings, stock ami other re-arrested, and subsequently deliveredto ,HOUSE, OFJIEPKESENTATIVES.' that were, i it ,not for the arrogance of ',ti

Modern Civil,Law," as the.J book> is.en. capital which..may render 'in some:instances the:association'.above, alluded. to onthefirstinst. '" Mr. C. J.; Ingersoll,., from the committee Great Britain, 'she would long ago have
the hundred ]on ,foreign aUairs! reported thefollowingjOint I retreated from the "Iidi
titled; will welcomed by nil gentlemen acres'occupied by I 'contest, from the
one individual, fifty times'as valuableas L i resolution: : mere force.of the argument in our favor:
9r'the, bar, who are desirou of the hundred acres similar quantity 'The, .citizens"'composing this nssocia : Resolved, by the Senate,and -House Ho' suggested the propriety of amend. '. cpto

extending; their legal studies beyond ,of land owned by'another thus in> tion amounting to' nearly two hundred I Representatives of the 'U. S. of America in? the resolution so aa to give th Pre- ,'

.,the pale! of the Common Law, and we posing. perhaps no greater: ,tax on a men, met on the' Georgia,and :Florida in Congress assembled, That, the sident a discretionary power 'as' to the .

are.aware of no work upon 'the:subject plantation, worth, five ,thousand dol. line, ,on. the same day at, about,10 President of notice the 'United' States forthwith time,when the notice should be given. an,
which could be lars, than one worth five' hundred. cause tOI- be given to the The question on referring a Committee Ittu
more advantageously Here there is a palpable inequality) 'from o'clock.. A committee, of ,twelve, men Government, Great Britain, that; the of the Whole 'was and car*

used by those- of the profession,whose the verYfnat of the case;'but for-the were,appointed*. arid sworn' to try,him convention between United States and red The question on making put it the Of

'j iidnrtry.' ;and ,learning might Induce sake of the argument let, ua (view the I :ins jurymen,I for thebffences wtfi| whfch r Great, Britain'concerning,the Territory. special order for the first Monday in rep

them to.,adopt sash, a course. The:original relative value of lands'iu East :Florida he was charged. Witnessesyere of Oregon* ,of, the 6th of August, February,,'was negotiated-yeas*102-rr gut;
I work-
'passed through twelve ediUeasia not two thirds.' J'
.a.miQe .ana(their depositions i nays
taken,as i in and
:- -' First rate lands:in East Florida can ',t\velve months after The:House then' into Commit tnat
Getaway, aaa_ _is now' 11.h. r- a.court of law. The trial'lasted 1 ,the of the went
4- --- i scarcely be,said to,command'as a general severalhours l expiration said; term, ..confor teeon the resolutions ,and l\Ir.BouliaI ODe

sally used as atext book in the, universities "'rufo over '$3 to/$5..per'acre,'and:I and it appeared from :the'evi mably, the. 24 l.rticJeof: ,the said'convention took the floor. He ;was, enking.whea ci' :

of that country. The,translation doubt, if there; has :be 10,000'acres: deuce:adduced(.that 'her had Keen. :.engaged ,tfie6th; \ ,August, 1827.1 I: we left, '4flgiExia

w'said: to be an) admirable'(one,aud is s this-year higher than:$3' ,buttve for raahy; stealing Tree The :resolution',having been twice I, WASHINGTON, Jan. 7* 'of 4jJfew!

replete wUh, \ comments. touching upon will call it $4. ;2d-rate' ,lands cannot : sjavjes years' nd'ia IB \ \negrpesand read: and a.minority 'report ''received, Mr. Holmes, by leave' offered a..Joi- '' ,
: r9biesan4outrgCocThovery. : Mr. I
besold here nowhighthan (rozn1' Ingersoll moved the reference ,of fee
the, medern. cmlfaw,. established' Resolution, authorizing the: Presido i : c
-Bfttiofes- 1: '" '4P'> 00'(0 1,50. Suppod ',v 'ialIo"it8, :an '"iescriptioa., ?A:verdict the .resolution. .to a ;committee of tho to select'a site for th*' Monuweat*''', I II J{

Tarioas at the'present time.. averag;, pri- e' 1'Lpeacre; :; th&uh': of guilty.was leturiied,'gainst him, wbole,}nnd .that ;itbe' made ,the./special Washington by tho Association\few'... :kr...']
Mn: (I., Y'&LEte( first
ose: witbn2e) Mid 'i.
4 ; :! although,mtfoB; was,r'put:that t fee : Monday ed for that purpose. Thefunds coUo1' (
,.)- l' eeted..a: few copies) 'of the IfcihfekiBJ: *1 rHt, ,t .t, rutl .delj0 veip February: : I ted amount.to"forty thousand,dollars.4 aeti1er1h
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werV :ftftd we,jibae 'to'JN that there mthis : to amend, The estimate for theMonument tW4f
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:;i-, Jt: ': 4 % ; t-.i. 't p---' '>ir* i&; :Ea.tl'n&ri. ', .wit 'more, than& O.,',cents; i !JM,, was u waWusl 'nega*' the,motion:,by'iasertirir'"..to-raorro: ,"-a hundred. thoBsaiwL, A 'plan- .few na8'e
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Yancy the
By ejerd yMtkestm. dt with the _
1 arrvay' ; 8 ; atraostfof .- jt .Jt1i 1it iiNle eHi.' .t..1.' .
4 : the notice, on the ground ed an, aggressive:coarse.the feelings ; .. -,
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against sip! Qa1r .oD:tpt. WiktjidA1.abarna i 1 'fa f i' lHl w1t k "
that it .was Inexpedient and would ne- all: thC WOrld" would_he with ;tis, ':..and CaWndew; ha"eved Jti1 ti .'miti tl, Uni a1J' tM4tfOf .t',$ !atLUh.. '. .. .U1 ". .
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ccssarily lead to war. Mr. Ca1e1.B_ every_ heart' and hand 'would be united,' Galveston'd (ett 'B p4: tothe- : thiUi-.; 8OfhCtCfltO31erpsof.that 3't": 1'the i i "HI R,
t Smith, of Ind., followed k,supfK>rtbf; 'hi.-our- own" .'country. In- thieVdefence- y-,, -* t->f .Amon_ .g>,'lb.. '''asS. .o g pr8'". ,: ,f ier" the Californiaheyi'ttdopt **- i.l'.; ". %*etv 1 ':.., :;r. Mi'_$ It. '.. '.
our title to ,Oregon, but against the no pur.rg'bs.Frornthr. :':; \ 4 we can mentionom., 'MoorCj cm"his '! own' ---s 44 .. t"I.t_! .1': 'II4J'iIF .
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tice. .The convention was doing, us tipharm [ Savannah Gt gian} : *)-. Sf.1-A.. '.. ..'- -. ..cin'
way to3n1Eton Cit3T ,/. jlfet, .action.. of the Army of'Reserve..LJfJI ._ aa ( 1
; and the notice ought to, be preceded The Intelligencer, .of Tuesday st,: It is thought that a man named:: iJ '4,1 irect*' their.proceedings' *" Jo' .1t b ,rM& coHxraanicatcd /-, \y Co,rH'7.': I ol.ack... .CEO.

by preparation, for war., was received by yesf rda 's' 'mail; but: or Blanch',fell'over board-fram-the Gal. ; .General Amiaaad:urgently ""'b'cfhccr: t_ O" ,..p1M. '

In'Cbe Senate, Mr.. Calhoun asked to no Union.q.l\f9ndaY.DJght* '. .- 'vestpn on q _this, ,passage:and'was. 'drowned.AJbat entreat him to unite his fOrce,te' .- :

be excused from scrvihg as Chairman From it we make::.a.\synopsis, ofiheproceedings' was. seen to. pass;from o. the wheelhouse the amyo* (: Tarefcft,. to,'secure, .the tIZthr .. .
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of the Committee of Finance. The situation in Congress r1fo f eo..t1.: ,,, .l: .; .
a : Monday. ,' whep the .vessel was at;once ,bebg jot theReputtc; l| .: The. ,,,111- '.
would compel him to.speak frequently last, 12th inst, ; : "' vite : : I'
brought to.and n Ixmt lowered) bnt.nothing the ,local and superior authorities I
in explanation which the weakness A bill 'r mJhe.N aval Commltteelhas' could'be, found.: A :person'with of the department joifl\'themj and JACKSON VILtwtj TkMpEgANCE's ifl; -

of his lungs would not a11ow. ,He been received' in the' Senate for the' "order T1 will.bolrl iu ,.' :_,-
n: name,jBomettiing ,t like,,the above.took .thei aeiibi 'io be' communicated: -
I hoped this would be deemed a suffi construction' of ten' :steam. vessels, ,of' passage just before the steamer left and .to.peju 'ParedeV: wlth.';the.iBtjraatidfl, This Ei'ningi. tll1be.MMmftI.r: aliMe.

cient excuse. Mr. C. was excused, war, and appropriating: therefor between has-not been'heard of'smce. .. .that:that ,place is! henceforth eatirely ,lion. A. b4bess or( frnportane. 11 tG" i1.
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and Mr. Speight was.appointed in iiis $5,000,000nd. $i6OOOOOO. ."' The Civilian 'the:Sth;:, inst.'half.the subject *.to'his;orders' cu..1. .1. r., iidjbi .;'uilic! ff' .ral".n

place. \\re agree with the Intelligencer, that'' following paragrapli. relation# the On .thq2Ist; 'G en. P ri"oai' ressed refflc' !fwI1 t ,ud, to anrnc' .. '

Thehill for raising a .Tegiment: .of "this will do for,a beginning; but it .is; i period wljeRttbo ;f "tAtenue laws a)circular to the.citizens: vtha,department 'fM.'GRotflr..-.&em_ 1 .

mounted' riflemen was. ordered to a second not 'more than one-fourth of the, amount I of Texas tare'to'"give..place;, tothose of and'another to the troopsin which 1'.s'Tboae: .1-'IM".., .},:,brJ' IIPU1On.8'

reading. which, ought to be forthwith.appropriated the Unitcdtate, *. v, he announces s to'\hem>;tyharhas been (the.Fl1rn"u". glftr.o' ib.ctpa Soci 1r"'t 11' .'

The Joint resolution 'reducing the for the same purpose, fin addition to The executive Texas :will doubtless .done,, and calls1;upop t them tastlloeF.by to-,,. Ih'iM p. "': ":, 'Tt.r

prices paid for public' printing was or- tho. ordinary naval'expenditures,). if we i issue: his pr clamation,convening Gen. Paredes, .who alone; cU.Justain k.on. i.fan, 23d. 18JG.. It..J .

dered to a third reading. ,seriously expect to have occasion for the Legislature, .immediately) .upon,the the honor of the nation. 7 -- METEOROLOGICALState -- --- -- -- -- 1A8LE.-." :

The Senate .spen some time in executive any addition whatever to the naval establishment. 'receipt of official intelligence:of.:the'acceptance So :;far as5:we, inn learn from verbal o r .Tf rmoAl..r.uJac. ;i da.j

cession. ." of our State Constitution by intelligence i and letters received' here inr.I the "f'ekj etkJinr lhe ht I.t. '.tfe A.ICIG. ..; ,

WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. .In the Senate, on that da3Mr. West- the U. ;S. Congress.. Forthe prodama- no Ntoi'Nio1encewbatever occurred.The ," ff A.; M. -t'" 9Irt;

The bill to raise a regiment of mounted cott rose and stated that the 'name of tion to reach the remot'counties from ])las dCPare fes hicTbeentso filly Jan.. 15th,. : CO : -..66. ",.>. *..,. ,'It.
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riflemen and for establishing military his colleague (the Hon.' David ,Levy) the seat ,of Government, -and, to allow matured* and ,the dissatisfaction' 'with 16th! k '5 l' jn; ."..61.60.;,"...>

stations on the route to Oregon, was had been allowed to be changed, by act time, for. their members. -'to arrive al thfe the' Government. s. 'so 'general and 17th.18th. 53, :645C :: '-"ft4f.".'\"

read a third time and passed. of the Legislature of Florida, to'that of capItol! will require at least,one month :imaminousj fthat there. were iioheto dpipose ,19ih,, ,; -.48. ,:: ..52:,.t

The Joint resolution "regulating the David Levy Eulee) the l latter being his after the resolutions.shall have reached the revolt... A. letter,ireceiVeat in 20th," .'. ,.54 6\ ,64 54 J''GO-.' .".

Congress and establishing patronymic, dropped by his father prior Austin i which will from, 21st 13", .
printing ,. probably! be week town a respectable .commercial 61. 64 .. r. .
the compensation for the ame" was to the birth of Air. Levy, and which pa or more.from the present time. It will! house, and dated on the 23d.Decn states '- "

read a third time and passed.Mr. tronymic was desirous.of assuming. probably. require two weeks more to that. hd. '.had actually' commenced, his RECKIP, OF SFA ISLAND COTTO"AT

Allen, from the Committee on therefore moved' that hereafter' the. pass:)law, and transmit same'to the march, upon ,the city of Mexico,:at .the Gpor U .SO.TILL&;..D. Millrr DCaiSOTHr* : CAST FORTH 21 b l'i.WHT,.

Foreign Relations, to which had been Secretary of the Senate use the, name -seaboard, for'the' delivery of our cus- head of.6000 men, and expresses the ,F.rnandt"S &.,B..htt.16'.H "

referred the joint resolution heretofore of Eulee, on the Journals, of the Senate. ; tomr" houses ,to the U. States. a change conviction that the.affair may even :be ,Jnn. H. Ganbv, .'aI': : 1

offered by him, advising the President as the name of the Senator from Flori of officers, ,&c. So that we .doubt settled: tl "1. The writer is 'of,opinion George D. FnVr, 1-! ,. .

of the U. S. to give' notice to Great da. The motion was. agreed to. whether the complete. J change' will .be that Paiedes ',will\ refuse .to :teat wIth .PASSENGERS I ", .

S Britain of the termination of the treaty OREGON.On effected much earlier than the first of Mr. Slidell,. and. "probably declare a .Per itramer St. Matthew, from.S nnM'

of joint occupancy, reported as follows: motion of Mr. Allen, the resolution -i I March-certainly not before late i in'Feb' paper'war' and send him away." The January 19.:-Mr*. nary! 1\1". St ..n..r.il'

Resolved by the Senate and House of reported by him from the Committee ruary. Until this time the tariff of f writer: furtlier'S Y8,' that:he looks upon )!&& .. Mb. Harris, Lewitnh. )MiuMeIn..

Representatives of the United States in of Foreign Relations to annul and Texas will 'remain'of force and effect asher actual 'war 9'as. idle 'tajk -in hi s..<.oWn.A. CoL1.AnHrf..., MM.rsi Geo.Andrews,J.W.

Congress assembled, That, in virtue of I abrogate the existing convention between .. to. words, "as .ll"bumbug'f: Parish, J> G., Strve ii. 11., El W. C1.rV..JL.
the second article of the Conventionofthe I the United States and, Great Britain I i 'From*various;:(Sparges .the' editor 6l : :-, .-. 't-, c1"( rk.T' : .. .. .L ,*'r ,4

6th August, 1827, between the in relation) to the territory lyin fc
United States and Great Britain, relative ) between the forty-second and fifty- ,the,people) of Laredo'/Mexican/ town, e-when MASQUERADE.T *Ak. .into'repose'Y '*. 22.- rrt.Ma.tertnn Mr. DnCaloe, Mrs Cole,

to the cbuntrjr westward. of'the fourth degrees forty miuutes of north : or a town inhabited'by Mexicans, the t' 'Mr: G. C. Wrhtz. MrMr J. HlneljRob? L. ,.

Stony or Rocky Mountains, that the latitude, and extending from the Rocky' eastern bank of the Kio 'Grande,"in San \ !rp all t**"*the cares j *of'1y t j, .: Tt Julj Wm.M. Siel'L A.,,R.r.rlr. G, W.t Jotn*
United States 3onow think.fit annual :Patricin and the When sundryyoung,men thought.tll j (, J.1. ;
< to Mountains to the Pacific ocean, was taken -: -county, ,vicinity. ,'are To the'town ton, R. Hernandez. F. R-Lorinr, G. C. Wentt .

and abrogate that Convention, 'and that up. : desirous that our government should make! *; mona',1'; {: > .j... .'; ,. O. Dr nlJ, J- Ptlllft..Ttobf.nd 11,deck. WJa '

the said Convention is hereby accordingly Mr. Allen, in pursuance of notice i extend its jurisdiction over'that town. They )Icok'd"A.about-*"" ** ,but on,escbindSwmany -" t;":: ', '%..l'n1AiIiii J .

annulled and abrogated-Provided previously) given, moved that .the resolution -i They have been harassed, so often by vacant places) ., ._ : "jjELLiNC- ., .. .'t :J'I-.:'

I that this Resolution shall take effect after postponed and made the special -I ,the Indians, and have ,received' little Anil Kwpre. that there. ,'cpuM be'cb'fun ... .a rORT'OP'JACKSO ] JANUARY'MLr

the term of twelve months, Jrpm the ) order of the 'lay for Tuesday, 27th. protection from the .Mexican, government Unless there were'more faces.This -: r',, .

day on which due notice shall be.given Mr. a )later, day that'the place:has long been declining. i. t ; ARRIVED.
Haywood preferred 'illsnl .
was an to cute,
., Sch..J.T.; BVrtine,-Johnson, N. York
to Great Britain of the passage of this but of moved It was reported on the,western .
by way compromise,, one Anti hl"irJmagin.lion. ._ a CLEARED *
resolution and the President i of the frontier .two or, three weeks since 'T .ir .J.1 t -
; week later 3d. 'Brl tit int". Jam.NOTICE. "-
(February. ) Could. 4>it open no.other plan,/;; ,- > t !v .1 United States is hereby authorized and ] that Gen. Taylor had ordered two companies 1 ."
Mr. Allen regretted,that he could not f. t'uatof.)mnorutton. ; .'' f't ..iJL .'' *
required to give said notice,and also at acquiesce the motion of the gentleman .'of dragoons to take possession: ., i .1. fi J. o'

the expiration of said Convention to issue from .North Carolina, as'the day ; of the' ,town. and hold it ,until further.orders ,But ihU.vriiy.would,take. ime, ,and they;,' .,.t. 9111E J. the subscriber times hereinafter will.be at' the mentioned following' P1ICP.lhe-
his proclamation setting forth the were received._ If this report is DM not much like to wait' at rot
accommodate all : Stale ,
was postponed to as purpose.of wis.ing. the Tax, for the yea. *
correct : expect ,to hear Sot; hey re.'Yea that ev'ry man : .'. ""- a
we soon
fact.Mr. I far.us it was possible; some Senators, : may .1846. : l lAt
Allen said he would move to take earlier< day. that this: town is' in possession of Should each a (ace create. Gareyvs. Ferry*on.AJon3ay, the 2aaVaJ. lSiturday. -
desiring even nn >* *
the resolution with the :U. S The tablllirn) eot of '* .': .Ut1f<.t ."the 14th February. < .
Monday next : -
up on Mr. Haywood said he did not expectto troops. ; The faces soon wcgot'orm d, and then. < Jsckionvillr,'on FrTtfay, Ino and'Sath.FcKrury. .
view to have curly day fixed for' its a military at Loredo by the U. S. "j' JMEflft;* "* J6t1i. .'we's
a an :
be here on the day named 'by the post They set about to prore'em, .. ,>,- ,. ,1J ;
consideration. He did not press its 'Senator from Ohio,but that consideration government'could scarcely regarded But thought a punch would go well first Ar Jaeai'icket'aF.sq.. ,on Satarday/thVTlh. ; .

consideration earlier, in deference to an alone did not ,influence)him in the by the Mexican government as a greater :And make the spirit move. Vm. ".i*" \I. anal 21t February.At .
Cut Jno. Browards; on Monday., tber9th .
honorable Senator who had informed desire which he felt for a further postponement cause"of oOence' than the- establishment f 'I ) and 23d February. **- > i

hip that he wished 'a preliminary'question ,The resolution presented of a post at Corpus Christi.. So being rij;'fd with'extra phiz : .- At St J Lp tI.. Bcacb. ,oa Weilnesday. .' .the 1'11b.
first to be disposed of. j important, t1l d, in' the opinion' of Mr. James' Bailey has been elected And divers other garments/. :" and, 2&h February.t*' V\ -,. f- T. ,/. r
very '
Mr.'Allen from the same Committee, of Houston..: They. nil set out, some. dl't'J.pd like men ,Again at Jack'onviliethe_ 26ih,27 thFebruary. ind8th.
question-no mayor '
some. an all important I :: ': a i "V f": ,* 'J* "S -
offered a resolution directing the Secretary less than the question of war,or peace;, r ** And also some like- e varmint' .' "'.,.i ..,)n".. ?. I will. here give police that FsltTax.'wflIGeri.eiotI :

'of the Senate to procure and 'placein and under' ;this view ho felt ,bound to [From ,t1eN.o.rce5u0e: January 9.J There was tho tar, the alderman, .: 9WSf>\ .oa every whitn. mole, orrr'.21 jrafige !

the room of said.Committee, a .set of make the motion 'which he ;had' made .< IQM UXIC9 A l.urrd.l1vag., with firrce.,looks. ,. ;..;,.0 ., A. \V, CRICBTON'.. .",; :,

.. globes, maps and such books as the by way r.umcnd nen ,in order that the Late"and lmportant.-By the .Mexican A kind! nondescript, besides .1. (--<". .Tr,< ( \ ,' ,23d Tax Assessor,J846.Dural.COUflI7.a'
: Gart V Ferry ',..
Committee may direct, provided the QX: action .of the.,Senate might,bemore matured schooner'Joaquina, Martinez, mas The "fniry Jike';MU* Snooks., ." ;,. :
pense does not exceed 500. The resolution by taking three weeks for thinking -. 'ter1ich'; leftyTampico: -on. .the, 1st inst. / ,)- ., ." ;. .' ;.< : -**>?"7l!t.r' NOTICE ": ;,"

was adopted. before talking on the subject; for, ,we:have late.and' impqrfanf intelligence' They. jouirneyM thrnngh the tnwn,and at*;:. IS hereby glen to all persons 1\0.own property;
; ,; of this liable to'Taxa
Ench hoow madea ,hot iJn.t.fl s' tf.in the limils, county
The bill to authorise the Secretary of from Mexico. hcrumors which have ; : :
j i in his'opinion, speech majking in the ; r t4)ninl, nrf"not'residents of the same, that the
the Treasury to pay the! State of Texas J I Senate_ had more effect in directingthe been for some':weeks in circulation, that And.when m 9 dJc. rpiewiih sweei swrll, ., : s cnber! T. now ready to receive Ii.ti one same,

",,.' the amount ascertained to be duo to her 1 public mind than in enlightening the Gen. Paredes'had, nt last' declared a-, One thought pervaded, all. > >. ...I .ijned'fcnd ..sworn to before ,ome. .1u.tlce.r .

+, for disarming her troops, &c., while an Senate itself upon the subject. gaiqstthe.Government,.appear Jength Thr] j )y, wal unconzbneJ."anJ.tI.y ... ", to Peaei-or receive,otheriiuaH6e until) ibe 25ih.officer..bru.ry..lS.G.,aptj wUt continue, j

independent State, was postponed until Mr. Westcolt said he was in favorof likely ,to be ,verified by the course. he is Chieil I the hours with I '.wihg'eJeef,"--'-i., A. W. CRICUTONil _

to.morrond the documents relating a still longer period than that suggested purs ing A):revolution 'i i is'now.on footor And till' they med's1c" _eetlar green v'. Tax Assessor Daval COUA'J
d. his ; -V. '',t't. ."M \! .. 234l January, 134.t,
thereto ordered to be printed. by the,Senator from North Car' has already: en cons nirEiat. Their'mirth'aeemd. full,and! *vrretr/ .# _: Carey_ Ferry ..-
WASHINGTON, Jan 10. 01 inn. If the question were 'of that vast' arrival being from.Tampjco, we have .7 ,. .- Sheriff's' Sale.". ,,*.,?
The Senate did not sit to day. In importance if It were 'a question in, not our usual ,files;, so as ,lobe :able to The! rtnd'i4i io.er (clitj! d&iiehefore. : Monday, 2W fifarck, 1S4C., .. .. ''

the House, Mr. Holmes, of S. C.," re t factras had; been .argued there ana ,elsewhere ; give .a continuous 'narrative'of events.; And through cotillion wnumf, BY Virtue We writ ct frif,cia*. issued from.ib.CIerLe ,
$ office el the- Circuit Court foetheC -
'df WIth fascination and) such grace tlN".fTheir *
Forted a bill from the Committee on' of peace or of 'war, it was one but..rpm 1lie. extracts newspapers: of Dii'al. 'Eistero'Crcait.of FlorwUwhTern'M .

m"al Affairs, to provide for the promo-. which would derive no disadvantage and placards'before iis, we'areenabled f j ", feet't'r scarce f', ',-touchd.). ; :the. t,.groumi.';f' ,..t. .".,.... ., I u"ty.'nnetin'Dsrhkrdi; Adaiuiistratttx of the .
tion and appointment of officers in the from a postponement' for three or four to form' some .opinionrfof.what is- going And J thus' .with' pjensure unalloyed >'l ,. i.rf'>: :'i ,Estate vf Henry Barnard Jr.j'deceased,i.-,PI lntitT.qfld -.
Wljhtman UI.b.
Revenue Marine. weeks. Besides it was ,a question,on.. on. 7 ;"nl4'i.1t6&P; happy hour,' : "r" "t Defendants Timothy; I have t levied upon,'aoil ..i1I'i."'.

Mr. McDowell offered a resolution which ,the Senators.from the new States jevplbtibnjin' ] ; ,!p bn' ess,:commenceS Like hvpocritc} *, they'thowed their. forms ., ::. 'pne H.r Sale 'nt puMic outcry before 1'beCoon

instructing the Naval Committee to had aright to be heard,'and on.'the' decision wTffthe UAn Y'Q" reSef. stationed -' ""Cuthi, ,:, fliorn, f'Vr0, : ." .?- .' ,' "' <'** ;Hou..I< elttHhe Town f Jack. ','Oftl'Mew
make inq iries into.the number of ships of vhichvthey l i had a;:right :to. 'have atSan: Luis Potosu: The agita H >; J'<' I. :'... : 'D ',lNO., -.- rd"y the 2nd .1.or f Mnrch r>xr,wiihia, le al hoorsih .
: .... ,. fni1Ifl'deib4.p" "!7; tn .fa:** .
and tion'andtfermenr outbreak Jac1uq .; pr2ht..l 46'f. ,
steamers of the mercantile marine, 'their vote. recorded. If it,werethe; case ,iI. : ;.rTjjind.'(of.whieh 30 aeter an:< Ifammeck mad

over 200 tons, and the practicability that war or peace depended' on the favorable .pf bat)1r ave :occasion i to'tKc, Sno'tothe.: depth,of-three. inchesTe-' thi-bFten' iae',Land,) .*. -ed 01 I Hey North,

: I converting them into a' maratime' milltia. .-' action or otherwise of the Senate :.rumor :.which was incirculationjnyera! : .ilarkswlle Red '.Kivercounty I llftOrSt.fJnbu'lt',- '12 miles l el w;Jaekso *
Cruz'otho'1stDectwbefltheBrish, ccntl3rfClI,w *: ; : ,iUkntiw'n oVD.mf-s Pnin The said tract of
:1 .this question (in 'reference.,to: frolic un the way n'fine Frame
,fcpon for Havana. It was"a'fort- general : Lund k1mpUP'I lbj Duelling, fc
Mr. Burt, from the Committee on which he would nrt no.w express his steamefleft wa6\he immediate re- And nut.Initdsngs.' li|ro VI; well. i wwterr Oniff ekn
b : of s1eigh-ndmg,
: tit Alilitary Affairs, reported a bill providing ,opinion,}.Senators from the New States "hfght after thai* that things Ire acrisis. suIt-tare I in Tex' 'r tftch, o.,.,Ihr.t fr.uil J 4.ra)! J
.I xtiiy ;
for the military defences of the interested than .On..tbe l4thIYec.. ,.the:::onman- t: >r a Farm'and Orange fTrnve. .. ._
. were more deeply .D. fill thepost ftt the nf saw teA- .
-ant,General ,'of >the: Department, Tlte'HotlllufujJChoate.is 'to Levied up n pr pcrly
. ,. country 1 others; and'he could see no reason. .tvhy: vacatedbI ; iul1n.fM.oirt"Mfl rylfi irfwTri f fieriTHOS r.nI" "
. t) All these things look to, the great is- .the discussion should, be .urge l.or. why I Manuel Romero. invited jfc to* kisjsidence. in the.CollegeUt Harvard, ,"t < LED'VITtJ.hf"rif"p"'ar. Oi ;uij. '

' ie. now so much apprehended by some :the decision'of the question should, be ; .t San: v Luis iFotosi, th .:supenof; andloijier the late Juflgp,.Story i., ,".,. <- ... ;:. 1 :; .1- < n.A. n A'.:4r&M %w&.Df1.. ... '

0 and talked of by all. -" 1 -pressed.. He would'frankly! state; if it officers,of ibo_Army/of Reserve tDepartmerit _t ,ri rT"* "*'recently**"* r* ssed'1heice .,..."... ,-"eutd'3ii.2J,.. : ..". ; 184-. .- '- .c.. .'.- ,'
well ,of:the Garrison of,4he One Thousp4lOg! .
: .
1if', I The Oregon notice was again dis- : were'pressed ,'W1tb ut:, nn, opportunity .as as there assembledi\Gen, on ntKn.river:.nttStJJiOUJ&i: 'ShcrlR'' s'Sale. ;:
: ; : :
his Being ,to. .1.l JtatekAMG.BY \'Wt '
advisement M"
I -
r. ;! CBseed in Committee, and Mr. Hunter, being afforded for good .Rotnerd/ead J6jhc );alciito_ ..me-. !, 'rhi1dtnot be ade to'r.go' ver.u : ,;niatpiji.Ma. iui'r "

e it. I tf Va, made a most excellent speech, own course might: possib1ybe Helydifferent i for h occasionfiatwhich' ".he.,d. 11-- 'tU wa sft na, '&ao. .l1i2Jd beencour3tructe4l'Qrithem. 4neaerkieffic*' f.rbto.CarcaatCMn.r.a-
ron .
. ta be if the pare4\ >. 1.1 \: ""' '
it would : ; : F1M.it
I what ,Circuit .r
4 tplete with eloquence and forcible argument < from arraed.force the-eoantry, 'CmtZ" Dlt9111; EaMerw.
the .
of .
: I should & ,postponed what ties 'I' 't\ ,tf44t '. Utdor.. "j.osa for Saudws$
against the policy,of giving: question) } ti '-:- t : 4ColossaiStatue !
i i t. t'Jr is."b iJJICkSR"lav .
; lime:. -nre.\"cU : hi ,casL.Dy. .enttcft Ili,4.'a-;; .1 a'M T.i'wui'
tk' be reasonable \ ,
| noticeHe. had satisfied himself he conceived to a :.11 '.l > Misrcht iwt.b
< d tbemseJves, b 1'he .9m"'M.d "1 Df "
unl f'
,tf2y .tj
that our title to Oregon was good. No until the people,.of:every. scctloa9fthe; : (tho.act!J .q they slgl'are JJ. about,,\O" m JJ the Royal eIJqt. ', twpew1.1al'b> "fs. ; the') Mtf: .i.g..les rild prusts
. <
,18' I I *BC would be twilling to sacrifice a foot, Union might have time afford. ;them, ,.Onthe 50th e f iDecember,' meeting .fig.I. ,*:.it',.'*ls.saldI1S*''...'* J h_ll- .,f.4"uo.>i i iL-. B .< tyito wiir All thai eertafn H'eIn4II.. ,
ea 5 Ut south of49.. Many were ,imwill- to reflect upon. it, iind_ 'until i thepeople:: tatioBedatjTammcorwaseldat "' i is 7 s *of Mnjf *nH being ittiheT"wn, W JarkswwWe, "'
ej ofthe 6fficdrs ; jjic' Hif riCJR?> .I. ?, 11. .-- surin n.- fcumlfe Yanil fie feet in length by fifiy
" ttg to give up any portion of'it, north in that section of the.,c untryVJuch' lj (; thetelaBce 'tq D. IX' Aha &atfi fcMolmt-aappIs, \ItO' ullon.. on. I WO,;a half f fee In.fcreeHth.know and IIIIPIPCrU4jnt1t44Ifl
. ,49, all having the same object in bad tho honor ,ja, par* to represent- ,.WPfr>odiHtKtoi 1aoda te.G : tbe t ni 06 *. slQ .0 r'Ine. iieislature ; of.id Town..,.ihe.half.pat.TLot: "'
fleW the how it' was hare time to communicate to tUeir t trepresentative 'or &trJ (4o2Tia' 'pqnafe'n.; 2.) !ad' t.o-df'd
je& question ,was to 'might era1.of the 'Department and, the pie. !
be 'the ref alt of their reflections. -! .. ... 1 ., 'xprCsslve' (orlu.ir J"J.e. iT 1. c(Thi. .)il the 'q1sare
obtained. He Mr. H.) thought it *: : :- : .' o lt.
a's ( : : < h
; .whetherthe ltJD. rlh ha(11 1e JQn' E \ .i:Ofi'. .F.. It1.'lw""b Ja fit
'.. galdnotbe obtained by the-notice.t.H. i .- ,He. di4,.jiot know ; Jala: f J h ''JifMf'1at'.jSan'LQ.lswerecee -aHlY1M,1 ; l- ., ..ze .rUBk, .. tN. J tAi .M. 1n.1.* Ihf .'

; .advised that we should! Jet the .geutjemaft/rom N.< Carohna.wuldaccede ; app..M! Jsokmil;:)ct?.,t.b..t army. i1J .t !='m* *mF mAa!:Cjnoan 0ti ,M"ii.I.r n 'Ui-No..3 )' iaeprr, '!'.u'.4.c '.
'. tatter rest that we should g'on'.and: to proposition to, cxtee: JwkMHgaaiUres.to a:docuimmtfSawhiy L :. .!'ir-; -.t. :J'tL 'F ,
b .
ettfe -. ten P!,' v ''. ., !S i .tra' "f ",-ht..j. r; Is .ih rinpcIll .iItIIft
Oregon: that we: ahould appro- :time e'week Johger tb recue that jmJJie; ; ,. \* .., t.A t.r.*;""M.4. 'Tpqa'pr.: 'Ad..al..rct.r I'. .
'I' t
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"_t' }thousands-slid hendreds thou' 'posed. He w6wld a f'all eY !!f tt: W H" t 2.' 't.1g.'f' t.Y- 1 r.atr atlOD1JrYI >;\ 8' "1pr >' ., _' I :.0.t t4r3I."f i'Z'WIHi d.rI.M'1i.t"4k.'itr .I.. -

., .: !ttids0f dollars the promotion of the: thatmotion.:. ;. ,A. '. r. iI ";if"'T .: from the..' iQ,into whlcu.Iti5CCrj! t't '.1 ,!(. : t 1.; '!! fij1Wttt.- -.' ,,titil vir', ,T ; '
; f-LJi.pWfl' ,
f : : .Jlt. :
. CoiopiZaton of Oregon. Byih ,uians e q e* t ? ',ta -. 2 h .pMhy'a d; capaf 8 "
a& :
: .,c ; e should secure,_'ultimately.,..andbe' ,\\ktf' : "J l iHtWa ; #-i. : t-.t. .t""M. ." .ii.., .i* .'i. fgeckre. ." .klq'Wh l l i : a '. ,. 9"i "' }%tl't B ,' .\ta C9T3.pm ..o.-r-.._,,. : : : ;-
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'10th'do- t : : 't .' ;} i.l-' :
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land;jcould. Ji1G'T'g re. !I.the 'iticedtnatp c.aed JD! :. L JlttJr. 11p oof\ t:" J 3Y. f. ''f..1' fWJ : 1.tJ ri'S *: .
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sioffc s/mloaaea, or a mttaaaa td .
THREE ;(ceii _.Hr.u..ur 'lL_i. '
.wrf two ahfU feadsoaeo, cia beof ); ''Wal, r'l l al.Jeweller.. United- Slab- Wetiy_ AW. i. 5TW Hortt Florida. al SaY..h "'. Piul.",. 1
a.I... 88111farIlW.'roa.. Tax ...eriMr "1i.c"'JI '.'<'SaetI. optbo 1 IK ::5MAI lJi4TWT. 'CH l1'.roia"OaffJ' Ferry by Ntf1lfUIU. Creek; Maawatia,:JaeksoatiH*,Si John's BfoC

II fed wadorilgne J, on Aa St.UeMleg .abov*estabKshment,.Vfkk jaview to tboIH *.. ." oWeIlinilZe, AllirGtlW.liUh.River..AiaraISprigitCotm&tAdu Su,.Mary* ,Braeswick sad. DatW Carnie A
.y_1..aTI4.-tl < iwr ,aIeIe4,d un.m.'l o L 'BepiCtMj'tnforma' the citizensofJacksonville
$13 ...t "I1ailtC Ac. .n.. bealtb or pleasoremlfk,attract, tWt ; and its vicinity,that -Ra. The recttlar
llftt.NtIrift,Lip..t TGlltll**!**, paeket ,teaaT ST.
Those'wfeo ,,et "withto' tlea f Florida, soKclts tbo patroaare if the I L.hsremov.dgotbebouseImItteI MATTHEWS
are Msatiag, aad part&pate 1d takes F. McNeky
THE und nf plea. mas
in tfee sgofC, ..ao aWroes of riding for tnaliag that none,.who may favor bfan,will <" lj .adjoining the one re'cently tho travel. 'her has, been tfeorottf&ty" '

'*xerewe, cJtafcftVMfcsj a.e <*f.a food ... .. bone, ything nqeiska to their. .( |.. "". w". I' occupied,,'as ':tho.printing mill sure In announcing that be to has on this hauled. her decks sad, cafefe*'teeifc, sad hand or*
UU1tl-me"rre.,8f'. I L:' .:,The beahhintM. :of Jsckscnrille -ks proteotlon office'of the"Florida Statesman"and Is'now prepared ing public somely famished and painted, and her n* hlaery.
.' JOSEPH' ) from the'harsh sea brteces and its:eul..r ec-' ,lo execute,with F iptlt., orders.con- Line two "splendid four seat Troy built Coaches, much Improved. As for accommodation,a M .

Coutut It.J 1t JU.;Jaa 'INEGAN.it.. 'eesf'froaa sly point; 'hare always MOiMktli. aaei with the abova Ime.i which for ease and comfort are equal to any.now fort, she cannot surpassed by any boat oa con
: rep- k>n of bihig the mast'*dV1n *OU1 'IeeIe Mr. .Grotbo; would also say, that.he has'determined In,use. Thankful for past favors, solicits a continuance route. This boat 'will arrive at SvaaflJj,UM

K. KE. la East;Florida,for tile.resort of invalids, daring to confine his attention in future. ,exclusively and pledges to exert himself to please Thursday morning* before the' departaWVtn|
". ALL pen.aala ruteJ.W leuet. ,1 >be winter season.' To scch porsoas. ho, o8er aoeeamodatlons to" work In these branches. He renders his those who may favor him with their patronage. daily line of steamers for Charleston which *
I have this day 1ISIeJIO lake a MIId'_. ,which be hopes will prove acceptable thanks friends who have given him This line will leave alre,'. Ferry every' Toes- every evening.Also leavf

ywttn tbaestatoof Goo.W"WeHstkeef AWnoacowry. ,and as tHca1acbaC8, ohM highest order, their *to'th.:1'traits that his exertions hereafter day at 3 o'clock, P. M.,and' arrive at' Tallahassee passengers wishing to take passage (In' th
dec.asedtnttb t I shall ,at the nxt sestloa can.be: commanded .1A1 the town they may rery' will be such as to merit it. every Monday at 4, P. M. brig or barque lino' which leaves S.ftDtWa"nt

ortll.Court'or Probates, for said county. tocomnce .upon tbo most'careful attention.As From .long" practise Ia his at Newnaasvifle, E. F., on Monday, : ,visitors from,the North have occasionally, himself,competent to give satisfaction, and hi.chari" arrive at Carey's Ferry every,Mondsy at 3, P. M. arrival of tho St. Matthewe from.Florida.
tbo 9tH dy of Marcbnext fir date,apply to bat layed ibelr coming.ondsr UM impression that the 'will bo I moderate 'and .as reasonable as eonnf'cdnl"'witb the U. S. mail steamer, St. Matthews Passengers with their barrage, .UI be

the. same- ftt apart.to IB*. faooso was filled,;the subscriber takes this opportunity those of tho North. on her npward trip and.returning. board of either line, If required. put oa

MARGARET'TURNER, to assure such in future, that, in that cue, N. )) Clocks and Watches repaired In tIM beat 'RATES OF FARE. The above boat will leave as (follows

Adm'x., and late trMow.of ,he can always provide them.temporarily) ,with com* manner, and at the shortest notice. ll'e1'.Ferry to Tallahassee, t18. 00 ,Leave Filatka
O.'W. WeHs .ec1NeWftUniU. .e Newnansville 5 00 every Tuesday, A. M.,a(8 o'clock.
fertablo. accommodations. the town., Jacksonville, Dec. 2ff,.1845. Picolata ..
., Jan. 16th,.1846. tf. OLIVER WOOD ,ft Alligator, 7 50 11
;- Jacksonville 'Dee. 1845.'- -f n -- Mineral Springs, 10 00 Black Cnoek" P. M. '3 'It
NeTICE.LTVED Ig, In Circuit Gevit Jacksonville
". Columbus 11 50 night 12 "
., of consumption ny residence,.atEnierprUe I EAITJCRM ,CracuiT or FLORIDA. For freight or
Madison Court House, 13 00 passage, apply to Capt. McNelty,
Wue."Cer Sale. i .
.L1 Lab MCJ8I'8,Ia Oraap count,. : /.Cianccry.AIZTFXWAUZ Madison Court House to Tallahassee, 5 00 ,: on board or to 4
THE Subscriber,offers for sale
Florid. I ) Bill for, a.
the WOOD
on l4thdayofNoyembrlad,a gntleman & CLAOHORN.
03"intermediate travel mile.
ten cents
'rft two 2 Horse Waggons, both of ",. > per
calling himsstf EVL.JlALLOWEtL, them condition. Forty pounds baggage will be allowed each pa.senger. .- Agents/ Savannah.
and stating that ho 'was from,tbo State of North in good Apply to .RICHARD FXWAUX ) Divorce. Extra will be made for FERNANDEZ &, BISBEE.
charges extra
him at J Ickaoa US.. ',IT been made to affidavit the
having to
Carolina The deceased came to my. said midtnco appear Children under twelve of half Agents Jacksonville.
GEORGE. D. MILLER. of Court that Richard baggage. years age
satisfaction .the Fewaux,
aoout tbo last October In an: extremely JOHN 11. GUNBY
January 16th,. 1846. tf the Defendant named in the above entitled cause, price.
low and survived the
tate orhhht only to period A. Glre '. Agent Black Creek.
Receiving Agentt.- Coy Esq., ,
resides the State of Georgia, and beyond the
first above named. This is to notify hit KJTho steamer SARAH SPALDING
Thos. J. Prevatt Newnansville runs,
Ferry; Esq., ;
friends and relatives' of his decease, and to. 'say,. i HOLMES & CO. jurisdiction of this Court On motion of Joseph B. S. Scarborough*, (in the absence of the subscriber) ,in connection with this boat.and. noneotberto, Enterprise ..
Lancaster, Esq..Solicitor for,tbe Coraplaincnt, Itit
that sundry articles consisting chiefly of one horse on Lake Monroe,one hundred and
Thos. D. Mineral
Alligator; Dexter Esq., Springs; twenty
and a baggy wearing apparel gold watch,and MESSRS. HOLMES &' CO., have removed Ofdertd, That the .said Defendant, Richard Geo. W. Cole"Columbus'; E. P. Smith Mudlson fiB miles above Palatka up tho St.'John's river.

money amounting to about one hundred and.thirty of Merchandise ,to, the large ,, Fewaux, do appear and answer. the Complainants Court House; Messrs. McKinney&. Latham, City July 5, 1845.
dollars left by him, are now in my possession, building occupied by the United States known as Bill within four months or the same will be tak.nuconreaHd Hotel, .Tallahassee.

and be surrendered tho Government Building. They have added,to against him.
ready to "to such person as J. ,CARTER, Proprietor. United States Mail.Th
their stock the late arrivals from New York btlil jr/ltr. Ordered That a of this .
may be entitled to the same subject to his funeral by copy Nov. 1 1845.
and other expenses incuned during his last illness, a full assortment of Dry Goods Groceries Hard- order duly.certified by the Clerk I .of this Court, be' Alligator, ly g c-I steam Packet SARAH

-and the costs of this advertisement.. w.,. Provisions, &c.&c. published in some newspaper printed wtttun me -_ SPALDING Capt. Robt. Ander-
Jan 9 6t C. TAYLOR.' They,have.on hand, now.landing from.brig> Virginia Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week conMCU. : LINE OF STAGES awMalBnm son, having been thoroughly over-

,' from New York, 50, bales Hay, 50 bbls. lively for four months. BETWEEN ST. AUGUSTINE & PICOLATA.The bauleti.her decks antI cabin rebuilt, ami cabin enlargod .
NOTICE. Lime, 20 thousand Laths,'30 boxes Cheese,20 I.CSCAR. HART,Clerk of said Court hereby for the accommodation of passengers*, has
subscriber having laid oft" his property, kegs Butter,20 kegs Lard, 20 bbls. Pork 20 half certify that the,above is a true ,copy olin Order Travelling Public, is informed commenced her regular Irir.,rrom Palaika En

TUB on the forks of Black Creek,(knownas bbls. Beef 20 bbls.Bread 50 bags' Coffee 50 made and entered in said. entitled cause' on the ,, trat) Stage run regularly terprise on Lake Monroe,. up the St.,Johns River

Carey's Ferry) into lots, is now prepared to bbls. Liquor, 100 Ploughs, Iron of various sizes Tenth, day November, A. D. 1845. between the above placrsas follows 125 mile.above Pnlatka. .

give titles for said lots, to'any responsible person Glasses, boxes Pipes, Tobacco, &c. &c. All of m.A.# 'In testimony whereof I hereunto setC : The above Boat, 'leaving Palaika every Tuesday
or persons who will erect a building thereon, which they will sell at low.prices. ? my hand and affix the Soul of said ort Leaves Picolata on Monday night, immediately Morning after the,arrival. of the U.S. Mail Steam

rained at $300. Jacksonville,January 9th.1846.. Lu1 fice. OSCAR HART, Clerk. after the arrival of the- Mail steamer from Savan Packet. Sr. Matthews. Captain MeNeliyfrom Savannah

.,'. Ferry is, and has been (except during nah. ,carrying the U.S. M.illo tho above named
Its Military occupation) as healthy a spot as can Tobacco.Seed. Nov. 22; 1845. Leaves St. Augustine at 5 o'clock Tuesday place '

be found in Florida, and will become from its superior Cuba (Vuelta de Abajo) To morning, to meet the Mail Boat on her way to Passengers for Enterprise, will take the St.

resovrces, Ii'more desirable point (or bunina FRESH Seed, for sale at the store of SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, ) I Savannah. ,Matthew every Saturday Evening, at 4 o'clock ia
,than,a, other that can be found on the border JOHN M.' PONS.' St. Augustine, November 8/A. 1845. J .' Leaves on Friday at 5 o'clock, A. M., to meet Savannah. '

of St. John's River. It commands the North and Jacksonville, Dec. 19._ Notice to Owners of UnsHrvcycd the Wm. Gaston on her way from Savannah to The Steamer Sarah SpaMing. will ran to Jacksonville .

South prongs of Black Creek which is navigable Private Claims. Picolata. via Pirolata & Mandarin,and back
.upwards of twenty miles into the interior of the General, of Florida, respectful Leaves Picolata on Friday morning, after the trip, leaving Jacksonville every Monday at !'
.country for Steamboats and other vessels. Runaway, THE.Suneor those concerned that he has arrival I of the steamer Wm. Gaston, from Savan o'clock.

For further particulars, apply to the subscriber. the Gillftonville Jan Beaufort furnished the Keener of the Archives,at thin place nab. Fpr freight or passage nrpllo ,the Captain on
ISAAC VARNS, JR. EFrom, S., C., a negro fellow 5 feet 9 with a Diagram, in which i is plainly delineatedthe For passage apply to GEORGE. COLE, Board or to Fernandez & Blsbee Agents Jack

Black Creek,January 9th, 1846. '3t high, dark'complexion< slow in districts of the several Surveyors, as assignedby Florida House, St. Augustine. No sent can be sonville.
.- and has severe burn between the their contracts entered into with my predecessor secured unless paid (or. May 31 N. B. All good will bn received la'Store, freo
He is about 25 old,and his
NOTICE.ON legs. years says name on' the 28th day of July last, and within of Storage in Jarksonvilla & Savannah.
the 4th d7 of July next ensuing, after is MELFORD, and that he belongs to Semeon .which they are about commencing their surveys.All .- NOTICE.SIX Au o. 23 .

date, I: will apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate.. Petit, of Meriwether county, Georgia. Ten Dollars persons having confirmed claims within those WEEKS after date. I .shall apply tn the
will be for his
for County of Alachua, for a final discharge from that paid I apprehension him and delivery limits, are earnestly desired to furnish the Deputy Hon. Judge of the county Orange, for Letters of Florida and Savannaa Steam

the Administration of the Estate Lewellen. Williams !-. in jail so may.EDWARD get again. where their claims lie, with the certificate A. Administration,on the estate Joseph Thompson, Packet.TllEriu'nlurSteam

,(late of said County,) dec, Sheriff MULLIGAN Alvarez, Esq.in the usual form, or where a Decreeof late of said count,deceased.
F. A. UNDERWOOD, Beaufort District. tbe Court in this District has been made, and A. WATERS.. Packet WM.

Administrator. Dec 15 if dec 26 from which.no appeal has been taken, or where a Orange county, E.F.,,Dec. 12th. 1845. J&il GASTON, Capt. F. Pi'ckwitl arrive -

Kewnansville; E. F.,January 2, 1846. final Decree oldie Supreme Court of the United -- at-Picolata' every Friday mura-
List of Letters log at 9 A. AI. on each week and leave
has been certified will at 4
States given, a of said final SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE
copy ?
:_ NOTICE.BE.U..I. in the Post Office, at Jackson P. M. fur Savannah via Mandarin
REMAINING decree in tbe usual form from the Clerk of the Sf. outline, October 3 J, 1845.
WlLSOtf, ) up to tbo,31st December, 1845; Court,and certificate of the Judge, &c. will be > St. Marys, and all other.immediate landings, and
necessary undersigned respectfully gives notice to
".. >Garnishment.' which, if not taken out in three months, will be ,and the establishment in the field of their THE seeking infurmntion from the Surveyor arrive in Savannah early on Sunday morning

ISAAC J. Moses. ) sent to tho dead letter office,at Washington,D.C. beginning comers required to enable the General's persons Office Passengers for'Charleston can trace,at 8 o'clock .
surv.yirarespectively or applications,
THE defendant sad .all ofWs interested are A. in the evening the daily line of Steamer.
them down
to lay and
correctly, having relation to their own interests: will address'
hereby notified of the. commencement of this suit, Alger Isaac Aeostt, A. report to this office under their.instructions. the Surveyor General, (postage paid) as throughhim The Gaston run in connection' wish Mess,'. .
returnable to a Justice Court to be held at \VallburnViM..r'* Brig Line of Packets
claims heretofore to
B. Those persons surveyed alone will the information sought Lo afforded j
Ferry, on the 13th day Feb. 1846. next, and to '. New York, of which one leaves J
informed that the'certificate every Monday
of '
Bryan Maj. A. Bethnne, George are survey and if not answered in a seasonable time, it may :
appear and plead 10 too same.Given .amounting: more than three hundred, have been bet cjuuidered that the Information cannnt IN furnished ",I II
Bryan, Jacob Byrne Charles Th Gaston
under hand and seal?, this 13lh day doe not return to Black Creek
my for
Booth John lying in this office several)years, awaiting their .. or the application denied. This coursnis her oa
lo Savannah.
Dece.Mr,18C5. C. application and receipt therefor;-they are requested deemed nccewaiy,to prevent important lime of way _
ARCHIBALD COLLINS [L. ..] tocall, or send an order for them, without the and! Clerks abstracted XAMES OF PACKETS.
Surveyor being
ojrgeshall,George Chapman Mrs.Geo. C. The
Justice Peace 3d Dia't., Duval Co. composing this Line, w hereafter
Coffin, Mrs. Natb'l. further. unnecessary delay.ROBERT ", to the injury of the public service.Communications .- bf n
Jan. 2. despatched '
BUTLER.Sur.General. from these connected regularly every Monday as follows:
_ I D. person Brig CLINTON.T. Lyon master, June ". .
Administratrix: Notice. ; Donaldson Lieut. J. NomvS I I with this office, will invariably have envelope,and ... Brig AUGUSTA, A. 'M.. Sherwood, matter U. M d
L.F. endorsed with the addre**-on pullie service.
is hereby given creditors,of,and per June 23.New .
NOTICE Magnificent Family Paper! ROBERT ,5
| to distribution in, b.rincanl bark VERNON
or .
Falio'MillMlry Ellery ru.tn-jane :
Fleming. Mrs.Susan ONLY $1.00! Oct
- 4 Surveyor Grnernl. 1'ie
claims demands against or interest in, the Estate ; Finnegan, Cornelia Floyd, H. H. 30. ,
of Fleming Bates,jr., late of Alachua PROSPKCTOS Brig SAVANNAh A. au
county Mrs. Julia Hawler,
Fleming For Reviving Publishing a Weekly I paper entitled PROSPECTUS OF THE matter July7. .
dec. that unless the exhibited Brig EXACT J. .
same or assorted G. J Jjn un.maier. July H. 'Ih;
witbi 'two years from date, they will be forever Ga4iden.Rev. C. E. Gibbi; Fanny THE NEW-YORKER. UNITED STATES JOURNAL. Brig EXCEL, C. B. Smith matter,July SI. r
barred. Persons having claims demands THE Ncw-YoRxrn Journal of Literature These veMrl
or Geiger, Aaron a Weekly ByJsssz are ettmmantled by men of sass} .
E. Dow & Co.
acainst saidEstat.-are requested to present them H._, and .General. Intelligence! WM_ estnl lihed by i experience, who will n. evrry exertion to reader :1.1101
without delay,tn L. Aldrich Esq., [at Newnans- HigginbobamJ'1M1 Hemenway- William 2 tbo present Kditor of The fie.w York Tribune, in THE first number of our new paper will be is Passengers as comfortable as possible. tbl

eWe, East Florida} who is my agent and attorey Hirginbotham Benj.W. Helgb.im, H. March 1834, and discontinued', or rather merged, this (first) day of May, with nn entire They will sail punctually as .bove, and in all tlJsh:

'* (as the transaction of the business of the Es Higfinbotham D.". H. Houston, Mrs.Sarah S. on the establishment of The Weekly Tribune, in new dress-new type, fine white paper, with other cases be towed. to ea I I'v a Steamboat. aniOn

tate. REBECCA BATES. Hart Ossian B. Hopkins,Col. Benj.,2 September, 1841, after having been published just important alteration and improvement The GEORGE HOLMES, <
Administratrix.Newnansville. Hague, Mrs. Hopkins Francis seven years and.a holt Having now ample and paper will be devoted to a fearlrs exposition of Agent Jacksonville.

E. F., Jnnuary 16th. 1846. Hsgins, Jainphy able Literary assistance, and having recently extended Domoctaticprinciples'it will zealously and unremittingly Berth can be secured at St. Augustine, oa ap diui

Administrator's Notice. L. and prefected our Mechanical arrangements oppose each and every effort to e.tnblish plication to B. E. CARR.& CO., Agents.

Lassere. Eugene Lcdwiib William we propose to revise and reissue it on and a mammoth monarchy bank and other mischievous July 15, 1845.OF .tIl1
of Charles
indebted to tbo Estate .
ALL persons after the list October 1845, sheet corporation and c nllolit1alionlu'YPlhh. ---
Lewis, Cant,' on a slightly
-, late of Duval county, Florida, Tbot.M. which subvert tho of the L mal
differing tn size,or, character from, the old New- rights people and undermine Taos?
Uceased, are hereby requested to make paymentiorae&tiely j Yorker, but at a much lower price tho pillars' of the Republic; it will SCTVS
and all demands Moore, Dr.John S. 3 Milnor Dr. Thomas 2 nrrolln A NEW ,
persons The of this an oppressive and anti-republican tariff PAPER:
plan will combine the -
&plnat.ai4 Moore, Mrs. Wm. A. McCormick, James paper system can
within are requested to present them Mott Abraham McDermot, John 2, 1. Original Lh.raturo-Rni..wII. Poems, etc. assumption nf the State debts by the General Government THE SOUTHERN JOURNAL.
two this
years, or notice will bo pleaded in
bar of recovery. Morange, James P. 2. Select Literature-Tales, Sketches, extracts and all other Federal' principles which To be Fubltikcd in Tallakanee, Florida. unirB
HENRY N. from new Books,.etc. have nn inevitable tendency to destroy public pro
January 18, t846. !m DAGENHARDT Administrator., Nelson, Mrs. Tabitha 3. Miscellany-Letters from Europe and diSVr- 'perity ns well as individual! happiness. Against THE undersigned of Tollultascee.proposes to puhluh in I.

r P., ent parts of our own Country. Statistics,- all such political delusions,we shall wage unehan,. to be entitled THE SOUTH a weekly I Newspaper.- fP.

Administrator's Notice Pondarvis,William 2 Parsons, Amanda 2 Anecdotes, &c. : ing uncompromising war. lie devoted IRS JOUUAi'To '
NOTICE is hereby given to creditors of, and1rso.s Pendarvis, George' Philips, A/Jaeksonj 4. Hints on Domestic Economy-Agriculture! Inventions ,The FARMKR nail the MXCRAMIC whaproduce lure, the to. Politicn. Liteiature,' Af ric4 ,. erl
cause .
entitled to distribution in tbo Estate of Packett Aaron B. Parmenter,.Mrs.,Sarah Recipes, &o. all the real capital of the nation, will find in onr paper generally.In Temperance, and 'Moral!? \ "no,

Francis R. Sanchez,late of Alachua County,dec. .5. General Intelligence-Foreign and Domestic, and unwavering champion of their inalienable Politics' the lJe-
S. "Southern
and to all persons who may have any claims or Stone including! Political .ft t., Proceedings of rights;the long cherished principles of the editors itelftothe Journal" will attsdt
demands whatsoever, against or interest' in said. Seastrnnk, David,:l Starratt, Mrs. Margaret Congress &c. &c. are too well known to the public to require any southern school, and sustain thu'sptlncples mO1Iiji

Estate, that unless the same be exhibited or assorted St H, Dr. Reuben Sheldon. Daniel H. 2 'This last department be carefully prepared, pledge npon this point. To the Miscellaneous known which among Southern Democrats. :

.within the period of two years from 'this Starratt Thomas* Speer, Dr.A.S. .and,will be-as ample and varied as that of any Department particular attention will be devoted; It will as the State Right Doctrine*. sma
will be barred. Persons Stair,Johannes other the Ladies will find in contend for a strict corw.ruellnn of it I
data they having claims ,, Weekly paper whatever. The extensive always our columns a choice Constitution 'ifi
sad demands against the Estate, art requested to T. correspondence other facilities,for obtaining. selection from the current literature of the day, .* of the United. Slates ; believing i tIthe 'Tl1 /
.'pretest them to the undersigned without delay.' 'Thtiite. Cspt. H. L. 3 TeasdaleCbapelo; B. information we have been years engaged in well as original contributions from the most talented Federal Government wast bo result of a ca> ..

JOHN J. SANCHEZ,: Taylor. Capt. Samuel Taylor,\{.'Catherine *I concentrating:09 the Daily and Weekly Tribune, writer. of which our country can boau. A pact between separate and Independent Static reateo'

Administrator.) Tracer, Hon. E.D. 'Turner, Mrs. Sarah .will enable us to. present early and authentic ac general summary of Foreign and Domestic news and that every power,not expressly granted, **i

NewaiMville, E. F., January, 1846.CeJnmbla ? W.. .counts of all transpiring events ,through this our will be furnished ; a regular price current and a reserved That to the State, severally. J I cl e:
__ Williams, Ebenexer T. Waters, A.G. cheaper Weakly from which Political essays and_ correct list of the prices of stocks will also be giv the exercise of any power not expreufy rendeor
:. County Sheriff's, SHICY,1gtu.ofswrItofI1erlfcIuiuuedouto* Whltcher.John Welling,Mrs; M." ,M. all matter of a partisan chltrMwwill, be carefully granted, on the putt of the Federal Governs
en.The I
Welch, Johnream, Dr.,Adam T. ,excluded. In fi f.The New-Yorker will be simply conductors have alreadv secured the aid an'usurpation, and should be checked. ID'.

; she Superior Court, for tbo county of Colum Wester,,Samuel, aad truly a Family Newspaper, of moderate, and"co-operation of a Inrjte number of the mot distinguished The"Southern Journal" will contend for I aV who,

: >4a,Eastern District of Florida,and to directed, JNO. M. PONS, P. M. sixa end, the lowest possible price, intended for I liteary and political writers of the day; doctrine that the Federal Govemmentahould tat "UntabUs
... and.delivered I will dispose of, at public sale in Jacksonville,Jan.2d, 1845.NOTICE.. such readers as'ehhvr dislike, Political discussion arrangements .will also be m.dtat the earliest no money from tbo people of the States eseifidy :

:- '. front_I of.die_ CourtHouse.. ., .in. the town._of._Alligator.. r'orfanerto- __ ohtalD___'n_ flit____...'_...L.__.. ilr_. ,.."".,"kp.1t.._"' '...'.:'.' period. possible, to embellish our column-p.I hv the.-.- the express grant under the authority o1p1kb If t fa
OH IBB mm atoaumj. in CVDTUOIJ, toto, flt."D ., 'aliment 'through the gazettes, of their respective contribution of correspondent from abroad. terms of the. Constitution. y

the uses! boors of sale,on that,day, the following SIX WEEKS ,after:_date. I will apply t.:the .localities. 'Wel intend that no matter to which rational With this brief and imperfect outline of our plan, I It will contend that no TariflTshooM be tof* "He i:

negro slaves,to.wit: .dace, Charlotte Richard, Judge of Probates,of Alachna'county,for Lettersof .men of any.PoIilical, Religious or other persuasion wo very respectfully submit our claims to an ox- 1 *.1, except for the purpose of Revenue, and tad V ani tll

..ChristopherMatilda, (or Line) David. Jacky, Administration' on,the estate of O. F. Stout, late can object shall appear In this paper, tt-a.iy"! patronage to the consideration eta generous fray.the ncces.ar> expenses of an economics' !,4miniatrahion ban
Ne%,; Aaae," Jane, Mary, Judy, Rinab, John 'of said'county,dec iiN.' ': 'though a 'largo'ponton of its contents will appear public. of Government. .-
I .FfcBbt, PoHy, Biaab, Adsl!,Adeiiao, York, Jim, SPENCER. PRICE. also 1 in tho..Weekly Tribune. THEOPHILUS FISK It will oppose the appropriation o'Cibe procee* ahat1.

-4 'CeCosMa-SarshAnn, Polly,Caddy,Har- NswnansviU.Dec.. ..J.9'I'JI.t.TICE. Tat Ncw-YoajtCR will published every Saturday JESSE. DOW ,} EDtTORS of the sale of the Public Lamia to the State tenetiihe'4t'
-j'. .clIa,.SHU, Hager. Diana, Hannah Katy. morning but printed,ami, mailed on Thurs These are some,of the leading topics wbkbengage J ac

I .Romeo, Chance, Jade, Mary,George Jim,Moses ., day and Friday, so'as to reach as many'of Us patmas ., 'TERMS. the attention of the Southern JouraaL-- te

Essex;and' Casey being forty throe in number. ,ALL persons, having claims._against tJ the, estate 'as possible ,before the Sadsyrest of tim., Weekly'paper ny they cur. $2 00 In relation to the local affairs of the Slate, ,
.Levied on as the property of Charles M.,Cooper, of John Dixon, deceased, most present'them"to 'Mails, It.will be printed on a sheet of fine white fur six months I Journal will be Democratic, and support the r 1

.- at the nit of Sarah C..P. Postf the subscriber,:,within.two:years from this date, paper identical in size and quality ".J h that,of Semi-Weekly paper by'tho year advance 5 00 00 ry'of the Democratic PartyWith the I****i1- .i:

: T. B. FITZPATRICK, properly .ut&e lI.rd according,to_law,otherwise the)Daily and Semi-Weekly Tribune, (of which 4. .' 'II for less than a year 50 cts. strife$ and the bitterness of a by-gonedy;; ''or otract I

c Sheriff Colombia cotmty.Aau tbty will be forever barred. .*, '* .this is a specimen,) and afforded,to'subscribers. t month. lice' as little to do as the nature of its | 'c'Sfa.i 1
i ...._.. >rDecraherH 1845. ,Deo 42Frotate JAMES. GREEN, Mm" 'or. the tow''price of'Oue 'DoHtra,.year, payable!,' Daily paper by the year'in."vancew. 10 00 will permit. Thoquestions: which have!a t :C'd, P

'. : Dee- ,-,. !,"85'. .ways la advance.Twelve ,. J' fur less than a $t month. past divided tm* pnhlic mind, hrehJ"N, t ao
; year
Covrt. per
1 ,, .' copies! will,,be sent a y.*r for Ten Dol- Sobtcrlptt.tns! ; to the for ilUcuised and settle*!-which are no J ;
Daily. less than
t tTflHBe&Mothott: dtriga d, wiUbe always M.rIC. two, to
-:A tL entering. land Iars,7or tin nail which have .
persons are Twenty-five eopies for Twenty Dollars. the Semi-Weekly for less' than i questions, can no h..
JL four
: tbo within or to the
ofeafer rraasaottai of badness. JLl
'hereby.i" n d"f..t.w.i".lrtM. of a ,Sub eiptlon.jaro re''f'CtuUloIleitftd with practical' statesmen or .hJi&b'.nc'cf 'fete.
by Weekly for less than pi
3aiai.o.; Gt.''Iii C .All p$1I.a1 10 ltl. r.a.'or..e: .Donia !o' Kemamlea3W. acres .1' 1 GRKELEY. L MoELRATH ceived.If .'. six months, will not be re- will permit t" pass unregarded,unless _

in his ludW..paek, Ofl-aot, first 1* made.okher by ,oem, ,' ,E.:F..It-,:;.1L 158 Nusao.stre.tNewYorkAniust16d : not paid-witnintne year, the. ly forced uron'It..attention. 'T" t :
Jtetiil."aIida.ki: thf Ml y hi' Oc- $ bof lU Ue ri f 'SfE 1845.. Dec 26 he $12 Daily paper,will: The"Southern Journal" will bo paWitJarA.
; : ,'a..regokr,T"C irftI 1c..' ,she Semiweekly $6, and
rear iNJfkWM .Maas hewEa Postmasters remit TtK Jsy,aNt furnished subscribers si "rji
MWi/f may subscriptions at our $2 50 a-1ear. ry .
: $ ..ww t'.I.7.'I. : i.i's.4:A"_..und.i ritk. BiHs uf .
Ditflart ,
allspecle-paylflg jBaaks I rer annum payable invariably
-A.,.,'::AdniUUlrsjtorir,Cwrsiers, aod.'.GuarrfUas.WrfT.CRABTREB .;. We..*,1M ..,.. ...Ic., W.. .'hereby w.. M par are received., All payment* to be made s. advance. Those The undersigned ins also made sirs :> : .'
The iiMitje: _......_ ai4: :.Lo .. i,. : wbohave not ah of :. t1'
,; .. -J. .. .. ..... pJbt. am. opportunity paying i ;otherwise, to secure the assistance in the editorial ,
i -
.11 ff.k i.Ie. .ea1u100L. f : .. _. ,) 'P ".f"' ..' -.8to .may remit .by.mail, at ,our rift, : ,
I. '"ot'''' .f f To1 '? pottage-paid. mem, of an )highly' intelligntgslemae! *'"
', :, ..., '.t dt .n "f.'fT.NOKAI-LEIWITH.-. i .' 2KNTrNc, ] .' The Post-master'srertUkal. .. ,remittance.' hams; whoso connexJoa wkh 1M. J..f,. I

Jodg Probates.of,Dura]t cowKy. > ..IDr: ; FERNANDEZ. ',' lop AIL. :IBSetPX10N) ', ZUiDmOtlSLY; 'shall ho a '' 1pntrel -jHaV.'"The note.01 I commence iomtinw In January, '.. tl4i J ii

J.'U! &pt.27, 1843. Jsckiontle!! ,:NOT..13, 1845., No*'15' AND NEATLY BXECFTZD AT Tli' any speelo paying' bank, c1. 'VASHINGTOr.IART&!.f I'I"'I.\ .;
OFFICE' May 31 '. -
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i' Talloha'ieer27th DeesebeT. 1845. Jt'i
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