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 8, 1847
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00054483:00231
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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.rintertiMtI required,will be continued .until. forbId La",. ValiNt. $lnte. Pm.ed- tULLe' clerk to naval constructor, keeper" of .Avails, twelve thousand dpllars. and_oftheir, application, shall.'be, 1 lai& ;.: "

p!ebarsed for. will be charged TOT all announce. Fine ami*ot &he Twenty-mmh C.ngrew. -. jheinagazine, and porter, eleiren thbusani 'For-the 'purchaie.of: Helena, .two before.Congress before its adjourn";* .tI; .
7Fiye dollars one hundred and eighty-dollars.} thousand four,hundred and three,dollars iii '.
candidates for oQice.0Teiuire ,. meni, session, or during the first*' "
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,for Six Month : *JO JOKodce Jt Philadelphia: :, \ .; :andfifty: cents.. ; : *: v week of'the next ensuing -session;' .if.:l ,

indication to Debtor for Letter and Creditor.Admmwtration i t 5 00( CHAP. 176.-An Act Naval making appropriations 1urpay'; of storekeeper, 'juval :c rn. Towards; repairs of all. kinds, seven such transfer, made in.the recess oHjjj
the service forth .
for stricter ,
inserted grawj-- measurer and inspector of thousand dollars. : "
U: AU religious. notices will be the : Congress ,Provided That x ll1ini. *
ending on thirtieth_ 'tinper clerk to the yard .clerli to the J1t Pensacola '
pull!! communication wUlrhtrred year | : contained in,this act shall be.construeCtoituthqrjzethe .
!STAll admissible as adTermetnenU.personal Juje, eighteen hundred and jbrtyseven. c conmandant, .clerk to'the storeteeper; :Towards"the blacksmith! shop,,twen.. President ofthe Unileil' tt, .

e P": All bill for Job Printing must be paid on the clerk to naval constructor, and porter, t}. one thousand dollars. States to direct :any 'sum appropriated 4"
.tItlivery of the work. be adJrellf toZLLLTT Sec,, 1. De it enacted by the Senate seen thousand'seven hundred doHars} :: :Towards.cisterns, at numbers 20 "25 for improvements 'navy yard 'to bo, .
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U AU commuuiu'ans and House of Representativ of "the Provided That when the duties of,.,the and 26 twelve thousand dollars. .
& HAUAKD. pO1't age paiL : 'applied to' any other object .of pqblic. .'
--- UnitCd States of America in Congress clerk to the yard, and;clerk' to the commandant Towards'coal house,'eight thousand. ,expenditure, or to, authorize any turn to .

IiOLlES & CO.jJESSRS. assembled, That following sums,be, are performed by the. same dollars. *J. l. be ,transferred (tarp any unexpenueu* (*,

IJOL1Sr.s &. CO., have l'f'movPd. and,the same are hereby appropriatedfor person: he. shall. not receive' 'a, greatercompensation >Towards lime house, two .thousand, balance which may be necessary<<; for tho>' '
S t'U'f"k flf lerchAndiZP go th larGe the naval service, for the year'en- than twelve hundred five .hund'r'etldoUars.' "* ""* purpose for' which ,the appropriation .

'itdm& (.v-merIy" 'p""d Building"It, thil! UnitNf till Srau have. ding on the thirtieth* June, eighteen dollars per annum.. i *., :To wards.vhdtves, : : ,'(permanent: i)'fifty: ...was"originally! made, or from any head. .. _

known.ddf"C1; In a'd"allI.ir" Govrrnnent.rnrk by 1I1P IntEl irrjvahl from I I7cew hundred and forty seven : Jit W s4ington.For *"**'. -nine thousand ,dollars. ? .... or object appropriation which may' :/"' '

ruk. n full <".irtroent of Dry GtOCt"; Gm.irJ. For pay of commission, warrant, and pay ofstorekeepcr, measurer.and 'fo\.nrdsdredging .'machine, scows. ,. 1 require anutjier appropriation at 'any,: .

.,.,. Hanlv.nre. I.r.\"i it'nl. &c. &r.tbev .. WhICh petty officers and seamen, including inspector of timber, clerkrto. tne yard. &c,;..sixteen'. thousand dollars. S : future time to supply the deficiency oc
*re prepared In ell at Pfluf"f'tl prier the engineer corps of the uavy, .three two clerks commariilant : For repairs ( all kinds*' five thousand ,
Tk.r .,... nrpnnreJ to purchase Cotton, to to .o ., I casioned; by such transfer. Provided. ,
1Ij.1 ". An.1' ".th'r pr.wl.irt. "f ,h.. country, fit d.d million five hundred and seventy one the storekeeper, keeper" of the hfaga- : ,.dollars. : : i also, That tbis,, cction shall apply) to

RI iit:n,.*i "rkf'1 riit..r* "n,1 mile cs 1IVIIrPS on thousand ser& hundred and thirty five zinc, and ''porter, six'thou'sand and eigh: I di-StL&etfHarlor. the appropriations for the fiscal.year:

,<...nC1"mt"III- In tb..ir f'"nil. in Savannah 8fl4jrIeitlfl. : dollars. ty dollars., r'. Fdtf :repairs :af.all: ,kinds,'one..thou : ending June thirty, {eighteen hundred 4
)1.I75 (; or Nt"w.1'nrtirJ' of Wron-ht Iron Passed midshipmen performing ,the Jit Gosportj Virginia., .., sand dollars. arid forty six, and-to so other.. .
)have new I
m 1'1r.nh-rn 11.." which n iliev) tvuuM reitnecifully call duties of master, under authority of For pay of storekeeper, .naval' constructor For .purchase ,of Navy Point and ''Sec. (6. And be ,j it' further enacted! ,., ..

t4U 4)I) iIrflTI"fl fir J'llnf.rr!&. the Secretary of the Navy, to receive measurer and Vnspectoi of tim I Fort Tompkins,: wothousan.dfive, : hun That, from: ;and after the passage of ihu
Jar.k."nill'v.-- c.- tr the compensation allowed} to such higher ber, clerk to th yard, two clerks to dred dollars 'ii''; '" act every: proposal for naval supplied
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luCircuitCOurt.E4STERX : grade, while actually so employed.For the; .Storekeeper, clerk to.the naval constructor 'For the improvement and repairs of ,invited by Secretary of tlie Navy

411It CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. provisions, including transportation of the the several 1 hospitals viz: > under the the
cTT "r DITAL: Ix CHANCEET.TWT keeper magazine< T XVir.HTMAS. A.lni; istimr .) cooperage, and other expenses, .porjer! eleven thousand one hundred ,Jlt Chelsea.Building ,bill for the navy approved .
of nil:1 811.1 I *ui?II''r' tb I Bill; for Prorata eight hundred and sixty nine thousandseven dolors. for. 'a coal house, repairing l\Inrch.tbirdt eighteen hundred and forty -

1 I. .fi_Uftii.l I TlmteU. Rthti and I| di trH "tion iit f hundred and twenty two dollars. : Jit Pensacola. t outhouses 'and' wall l in 'rear of main three, shall bfc ,accompanied by a written S
.(:.4it4 itf Jai:,,' !B. MASOX, (etofKtate. For ons' and hundred ,
.,, r. ( &.r., &r.. nlld surg necessaries, appliances For pay storekeeper, naval constructor building; two thousand four guaranty: igned by one'or more responsible -
KaentutcK"* n.niTHEi. ami fur on I njunr.rn.u for the sick and hurt of the naval clerk to the yard, two clerksto and twenty dollars. persons1 to'the effect that he

), h HH. .1. "1. Cf'f'&J-. 1 I tion.ITlmrn service, including the marine corps, the commandant, two 'clerks to the Jit Brooklyn. or'they undertake that the: bidder or .

T iturfl. s.- .r.. J l afn-lnvit to twenty one thousand and seventy two I stojekeepers, and porter, eight thousand For completing sman'po hospital, bidders will, iC his or their bid be accepted
"'*:I'!l' to npjwar ley '
? I..f.* II"U "I* iln* C,uirt that I). M. l'nrlwf1'l. dollars. and fifty dollars. ten thousand dollars. enter, into, an obligation in such. .

Ar.'n J-.r)...(. jnnicir. \\'Hht"rturphy.: For the increase, repair, armament, Jit Memphis. Tennessee j For repairs to hospitaFquarters, three I time as may be'prescribed by the Secretary ,.

r. 1tl1 M i*-.>'.J...*)..4 II. :\1 IIrlIn. Sti'i'lion Ivlily, and equipment of the navy, and wear For pay of storekeeper, clerk! to theyard | thousand dollars. of the Navy, with good and 'suf.l *

0. Iv.n I.. I L.*v y. H..j""in L ciU.) Btnl Andr.wl1nbnt and tear of vessels in commission, including clerk to the coimriundantiand\ i Near Gosport. l ficient sureties; to furnish the supplies
;i'lif entitle! porter
J14){.J.\-HILT. ..fih.* Stiii< in of BM Florida.> nnll I liev":',11"1',nil tin re-* coal for steamers, and hemp, ,. three thousand three hundred dollars l- \ ,For fence! around garden and repairs I proposed. No proposal shall be considered .

J"j..l.rri"lI tif It.i.i (*..iirt; AIM.t!, that Martin L. one million fifty thousand dollars ; -and ] ; : Provided,.That the, Secretary of i to hospital buildings, two thousand six unless] accompanied by such guar

Ja1.M'mh.'r..r: :1.i .. l.rfl' fI- ill the luti.1 l PH.4i'l..l the President is hereby authorized to the navy be, and he is authorized, whenin i hundred and sixty seven dollars. anty. If, after the acceptance of a
c...". p.i'l-----* .,icb.nit tho Kmlein CirruitYnfrt. construct, by contract vessel or Jit Pensa la. proposal 'and a notification thereof to
C.rl"ulL ul )';'iira'l... : \aJ. Ihat.J..tlll any his opinion the public interest will i ,
.. .1 1 0.\tI' \It.I.U..'''. '..,...IiT of th. Defendant i inN.I"tq steamer for the public service, when in permit it, to discontinue any of the civil \ Foi centre building hospital and the bidder or bidders, he or they'shall

'.. a:." r"-*.-!-< out oftli** E tuer,, Circuit. I his opinion the same can be done with offices and employments herein pro- galleries to connect buildings, seven 1 fail to .enter into an obligation within

111'1 ii 11...:\,',& ""T-i Circuit "f F"I..r\,!!a : On m'iti.. "n equal efficiency and on terms more vided for at the navy yards, or to discharge 1"thousand four hundred and nine dollars the time'prescribed by the Secretary or

I.'S ...l\\'ii"m,::. F. c.a..P, Kq.S"Hrtturf' "iiI I economical than in the present navy the keepers of magazines and : and fifty cents.j the .,Navy, with good and sufficient .

(:"1 IT is OnEr.r.n.fIlT. That :li( !a"ul D.1.. Van yards. require their duty to be performed by i j For engine,house, five hundred and sureties for_ furnishing the supplies, .

\VrzH. Aa.-..., J......... junior. Wnlfor Murphy.jilUM For ordnance and ordnance stores, gunners. | ten dollars. then the Secretary of the, Navy

.;\, ; : t.&e, '.J.'*''''* B- l\I..ran.Stephen K,lily, including ail incidental expenses, three, For improvements and necessary repairs For repairs! of hospital. quarters, three shall proceed to contract with some oth. -
JI..* '. I lU-njaniin LertU, nml AndrewJlill '
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n.I,.. .1. anil nn'f'r d.. Compbriattt& hundred and seventy one thousand of navy yards, viz, : thousand, 'dollars.i er person or persons for furnishingthesail

) : .ri (;."j'f""f''IJ.e.t" uritliin yV,ty wont hi hum tl*. eight hundred and twenty dollars. ..Ilt .ozV/ery, .&(aine. i For'f magazines, viz : snpplies, and shall fottbwith cause

.i?,Tf..f tl.- ruMimtion! : i f thi ...i.I..r. ur tfie g'im For books, maps, charts, and instruments For wall for ]landing wharf smith- At Charlestown, 'one hundred and, the difference between the amount ,contained -

1 ...illo'! ,. i""-" n. .-..nr.*<'eil na5n. r tliem.IT ...... binding and repairing the same, cry, and filling in, one ,thousand seven fifty dollars. in the proposal so guaranteed '

3.Btir't* rssTHKK.. .!..* II... OJU*.lid>KKK J.ilmVi| 7hat.:er,th tiin.rli. iJ -Martin.|.j..*nr t tNlnn.HiT 1 and all the expenses of the hydrographical -' Hundred and five -ddllars and fifty .5 At Brooklyn,' two hundreiLdollars. and the} amount.for which he a.Ylave. ..".:'

,II(' C',rrj'lainariti,>.ijl Bill wjthin Lw" )' office( thirty five thousand nine cento. Washington, one hundred'and fifty contracted for furnishing 'tEe said sup- \

tw..'it (...-.. IjtS .1..,.. xf tli.. l"IJlicaliun ur shi'.le.I.r. hundred dollars. For cisterns near mast and boat dollars. plies, for the who] 'period of- the pro. \.

.or. Iso e"P ,,'iIl'llP IIIk.." nc <;()..f "e"cl For contingent expenses tnat may house, two thousand dollars. At Gosport, three hundred dollars. posal to be charged up against said

>2".\'''.", tinin.IT t*. rcKTHF.n OimEncn. That attsrttii4 ropyl accrue for the following purposes, viz : For granite gun. skids, and road to Marine Corps. bidder or bidders, and his or their guarantor . .

a ...|...-. iluJv r(.I1 ifi.II.\! .... Cl.'rk fir thix For freight and transportation ; printing grave yard, one thousand one hundredand For pay of officers, non commissioned : or guarantors; and the same

(__rt. ,... ".r.li.t.d ill c.nn" ''C'\\lptld'r\ I"&iitsiItt and stationary, books, models, and thirty dollars. officers, musicians, privates, and, may be immediately recovered by:the-
11 n'i II... Ki.ttrti: Cirruit uf f flurul* unc.' u "t"t.k shore and subsis- United States for the of the ...
... ... ; drawings, purchase and repairs of fire For repairs of all kinds, four thou servants, serving on use Navy
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fur four moult
.11"I"J THUS. DOUGLAS JlU1gp.I. engines, and for machinery, repair of sand dollars. tence of officers, two hundred thousandseven Department, in an action of debt against
O LA'! HART. CI.\rk..r oitI.1 O.urt. dt 1"(1.1II. !,yr steam engines in yards ; purchase and .. Jit Charleston. hundred and seventy one dollars: either or all of said persons. '

''lifv ... aS.tv.* in |K. a l.r'. .. '.- ij 1'v flf im Order maintairuir.ee of horses and oxen ; carls, For drain and iron frame for dry Provided, That no payment shall here- Approved, August 10, '1846.

Iij. llil| SiltIi'II! in I IK* iiirnve fiilitltH! cnu:e, un timber wheels, and workmen's tools ; dock pumps, and set of keel blocks, two after be made to the colonel, or any JOHN \Y.,DAYIS, .

li.c. Ulh.c..v.r'I'I"I IN WITNESS: '. A WHEREOF.O. 134<5. I hereuntoL postage of letters on public service ; thousand seven hundred and forty dol- other officer of said corps, by virtue ofa I Speaker of the House of Replese. .:tat

[ S.] .-i my hum! ail hllix the wal of I&Mi,. coal and other fuel, and oil and candlesfor commission. of brigadier general by tives. G. .1\1. DALLAS,

(:",uxt. navy yards and shore stations ; incidental -. lars.For pipes for drain and rain water brevet. Vice President of the TJ. States
OSCAR hART Ckrk.S1tr&N13TI. For six thousand and President of the Senate:
labor, not chargeable to any and waste steam three thousand dol- clothing; forty
134(;. 4m_ dollars and JAMES .K. POLK.
-- other appropriation; labor attending thedelivery lars. hundred and eighty seven .

cr.... 1 DR.: "t' n.li.A\I i....I.U.lhat !1,0 w."ss'l lu" of public stores and supplies on For completing wharf No. 66, 'be- fifty cents. Approved, August 10, Ib46. .

.: 1.111".1 liiiril hi Jnrk- foreign stations, wharfage, dockage, tueen 1 and 39, nine thousand ct; llnrs. For provisions, forty five thousand. -

"...> .a the l'r3"ti.f [),': Jitiy. mid havinc storeage, and rent ; travelling expenses For completing reservoir, one thousand seventy dollars and twenty cents. Speculations dbout the War.-The-
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!' I 1'.h'"''''L'' In ,I I, | "'re,..intend In of officers; funeral expenses; commissions dollars. For-military stores, repair of arms, Washington correspondent ofthe Charleston

,tt'Al'jthI4 II::" ,c..1i'l::lw'man.nt'ntf" .ilier tvinter place r..i.I.cr.iri thi* virinity. f'"Fitn., in clerk hire, store rent, office rent, 'For wall on southwest side of site pay of, ;armorers, accoutrements, ordnance ] Courier, writing; on' iheI3ih inst., .

I4e "II,' .-arurti; to this I rf.niniuniiyin $1&. .".eetallii.rsn.If.ut stationary, and fuel to navy agents and 51, filling'in that part of the yard, three stores, flags, drums, fifes, and says : _
.... ...... .. ... musical instruments two thousand .'The asto Santa An,
", ; .* fI r ril.I 11("' store keepers; premiums, and incidental thousand eight hundred and sixty dol- .
v r1wrflhitI.. D..iti'try xvformetl and expenses of recruiting; apprehending three hundred dollars; na's movements have been verifi d.-
""r" .t..l. deserters diem allowance lars.For F6r transportation of officers and He has, returned to the city of Mexico '
T.h' '''I fr .tn n _Ifi5le "ne in an entire et. ; per to per repairs of all kinds, ten, thousand ; .
'"" 7. '4G. If sons attending courts martial and courtsof dollars. troops, and for expenses of xecruiting, with a, vie\vto secure his awn interests,.,

iltmaivuy- -- Negro Cau;;Iit. inquiry, or other services authorizedby .Ilt JJookln, New'York. .eight; thousand, dollars. which appear to be hazarded omid 'contending -
law advo; For repair of barracks; 'and rent of factions., .It is understoodthat
\1.5 T.KIVI'; .Ut.1 commuted Iii Jail a ; compensation to judge Towards ontinuation of cob warf, -
rrro: miii "t..1. a.; '''RrJl or nv'. fj". (....t cates; pilotage and towing vessels and twenty nine thousand five hundred dollars temporarybarracks, six thousand- dol- Herrera will probable be. chosen a&. .
.ix inrbe. in h. ::!.I. hnghthlack:! slilitlynirkril. Jars. President. it was that chief who
assistance rendered to vessels in distress : put
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pork piv I.ie nnme a ISAAC
Y6iIoI t'! tI.. Jiirt lUte) puiiti> "i the titn. of h'm IIrrp t, five hundred and fifty thousand Towards extension of coal house, i' .: contingencies, viz : freight, fer- down Santa Anna and caused his bunish-

..'iu4. .a .tint. !". IH-IOIIC* to "'f1I. I*. Cr"i'", nf theIIi1Ult dollars. (seventy feet,) four thousand three hundred riage,. toll, wharfage and. cartage; compensation ment. Should he be restored_ power,
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Jirnres'I r1Il, and I. rome take him f r"IIttl,. piove jiropertv. pny herein-before enumerated, five thou.' Towards' repairing and replanking' ,for intending courts martial and courts ting the fate of Iturbide. Herrera, ". _
f! ny '
sand dollars. three thousand dollars. of diem toenlisted''m on should he become l'resident, will, it is. -"
JOHN= P A RKF.n.. bridge, inquiry; per: :
Sli'rinrt.r HiU) !>orti
_iil" Bay. Set".n.l..r..f!lie. 1C46. at the several] uavy yards, ,the, .officers per frigate Sabine, six thousand dol- public quarters are assigned : the ,burial States, as he has done heretofore.., The

ii; Sale, and others to Le paid .ihe, annudi compensation lars. of deceased ,marines: printing, stationary Constituent ,Congress by de larii.a *
A.YAT.UAnLE. Pc-" '''f land, rontainini..* that ,vas allowed construction of tinv and the pur- their preference for Herrera, will, by
242 Af'.c : -Ihl' .. to them severally Towards the a forage, postages,
tuat. 1 I"''o-"an. '
I.I.hil. Uip &1e St.: J.I""rr. Fur on a .lpl
,.0(lIlt" '",...1. U.,11,. t.lb .itiji I, md.nUo f..r terms, for the naval, service for theyear: Towardsrepairs 'of all kinds eight barrack furniture, bed sacks; spades, **5To u are aware ilu\tl some years ago,.
.l'Iqnirts nr 131.. A. S. K* ..", J.d 'oDtlfo.. of tools an effort 'as' made ;revolutionize-
..tL.t1.:1 : or ding on the thirtieth June,. eighteen thousand, dollars. :*- ,: : .- axes. shovels, picks, carpenter's ,
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........ at" L",, .HALLIDAY..\1..rano nney. hundred.and forty six, except as here- For dry dock, two hundred and fifty. and keeping a' hors, for the messenger, I some'otbonor\hern provinces! Mex

--Oct'.r''l' J846. ..r."T. S..F. inafter provided : ,. thousand. dollars.. . seventeen thousand nine hundred.. itul ico. viz :, TtiraaulijKis, New-Leofa_ ,. .

All Vhoin. It l'll' Concern. Jit Kittery, Maine. 4 ,.At Philadelphia. .. eighty ,dollars.' :.Durango, Chihuahua' and towuiJa.- .
NOTIC I; I 1..1." =iypn dl..t I rUim fu 'In For pay of store keeper, naval) constructor ,For extension of and m reing. shiphouse ,Sec. '2., And "be it further cnnctcd, Gen. Arista' was supposed 10.00 con
:Eat? >> purehurror, thu F.'i L"U..r.tl. North inspector of timber clerk 'to G,Jive thousand'dlIars', "t; 'Th rshalljm; the duty'of the Secretary cerned in It; and was not fur from losing -
q u1rtp T erljor' I wHw. in T,'wn.hip nine, conclusion of his life in :consequence of it. A
the : the
.l( Pi"1"11So"lh yardj"clerk to the commandant, ,For--repairs.'of;all i inds,: three thou ol'the Navy on
,tk.. T and K1br tran.f..r from clerk] the \vith Mexicp to reduce to clerk .
lNTlNiinpMl0, .I..I.-d 31,1 December, 1831. storekeeper, to the sand dollars. ; .the, existing! i var-:'
r.eeI.KI.ulwt Xriflion"f *lx .'ei f.j Ij |.. tI'f" imr of the Gpn'.rni 1 "' : landsmen and :, us the agent of theseS: tales..
La.d Office e nnmu thousand six hundred and fifty doll rs: For,anchor forges, (Live). and .rctn y- ordinary me '

...idTI'aflI'' 11I1a..e Ciiwle*tl Tli, .purchate.mp.oii..r..r.tr.dPd money paid In me(,n At Charleston Massachusetts.For 'ing small 'forge in anchor' shop p, two ,boys, herein provided for, to ;seven thou, ,This, gentleman( is 'represented! t f me asa
tk/i ; respectable and
Mild Wn, within he limit. f the'Arredondo pay of store' keeper, naval* con-. jousandsix: 1 hundred: and ixiy t four'. sand, five hundred.Sec.v3. ..- -_ ':., ,- very intelligent man.

.Gra'n. )OHNJ.HELVENSTON. "structor, 'measurer, and inspector' of, dollars.: ; : ...-,. tJfpjv A.d ber Jt j further;' enacted U. was; reported that heropcd: the
_Icrae.u:". Deccraltrr litr. 846.. 6 to# yard, two clerks\ to chain! .cable forges (,.\ve1ye} ,) in hat jt:shall this
Ad mi Histra triT 1Y tlC-e. the commandant, three clerks to the I)hydraulic J machine shop, two sit.e Kivy,"in the/'e p diture'or'l:.States j but I am laformed'that; was*
T. ( proving .t
::J.i .ia' ** k*"*'**'CiY 'D to .ci editor nIn .r.And per. store keeper, clerk- to naval constructor < I4f.aliIIpj "
tb Eual. States
>41111N-. HI"'tlpJd "iarod.andin..tJ.on.. who'4 keeper of magazine, 'and'porter, eleven Jars.'b .$ '>* --'J.' ynrd.utleniphISt/ to confine the;:same' that thu Jnltcd should guarantee .

.ai. Lir.! 'J' rl.im, or ..m8"'t. "W1181".r thousand one., ..hundred r-} and eighty- **' For; completion! of'laboratory) baildinge -; to' the construction..o fj :rope\yalk.. the' ihdepeadefics( tH .abovementioned

4'ske.aInhit.rl. fl .*...,t t iriiIiIaiLiei'ecil; ;,( I I for,repairs rttJ1s sheer whar;;Ch { And fif ;That e. apprbp ed; in this previously declared and 'sustained. their :::
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; ; : ; THE NEWS.JACKSONVILLE. d: _n you, if: you say?.anything,. I '.'w ill Governor oing'theBiI1 authorizing The bill to prescribe the oath of 'c._....., ___') .

serve you ihe,tame.way.1' Noyes then tax co1lectl to receive' Treasurers guardians. ,, executors 'and administrators ISENATOS4: c ,

I-- 1 JANUARY- :a. 1847. slapped.Clyde in the face. Clyde re certificates,Mthout regard' to number.A was'lost. 1846.-The riltiienorelation M'/r II "

S senting this,tyoyes knocked him down 'vote was Mem taken on. the passage In joint meeting with the house, Neil t'o' the topographic) ..,.w; .:

and there left biro.. of the,'bill aAw the veto, when the vole : Campbell and M. P. Rioboo, were cbos- Fjoride, caMeup for eoB.

$ This affair had passed' over and stood 9 to 1 and thus'was l lost. I en-tax, assessors- .for, Santa Rosa and Tueutay, Dlc. ..22J.-Th .'

Dr. Clyde told Noyes that he bore himno 'The(olIorJng Bills were ,passed l. ABUt Escambia counties. : the citizens of the town of F ..

at t.. constitution 0 .HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-" '"',- Fla., praying that the titleto .
_I REGISTER OF PUBLIC LANDS.-On animosity. Instead of six weeks. poame ding as .',etrt "
make the Msions of the Legislatire.biennial. day, Dec. 2&H/.-Preamble' and resOlu. tract of land, heretofore used I
r the ,iDiag of Monday the'28th ult. the some two months. hud elapsed. t .y ....
of .
ti General Assembly elected j. B. Beard,,' The true cause, probably, which led ; : I tion to suspend the collection of taxes that'place a* a .hth. .
oi. in Calhoun ( 181,7and 1848 ground, may..be vested in
or ,
: to ,
A Bill uaHdw tax assessors county the1ee.l.
Esq. of St. Augustine, to the office of. to the death of Mr. Noyes, was that be thorities of \ .,

it :' Register of' Public. lands. .There were : insisted that Clyde should leave the minister oath in certain cases .L 'were adopted. \ tion of Fernandina ;-flu3 tlp
i Resolution relative to the claim Thomas Dough}
1i many, 'other candidates it was only house where they both, boarded. Dr. 'A,Bill ,provide for the paymenttQfSolicitor1lees Tate dr.r.
the Territory by 3d. Auitor attorney for the district.of Ban
c at,the 34tb)balloting that 'he succeeded Clyde bad been guilty of stealing a coat and designating tie against Flg
mode of collection. \1 U. s.Treasury, was adopted. \ praying compensation _for his '_
1J. in, .b ing'' ,elected, receiving thirty and several other articles from a friend -
In, the Evening the Senate met ttijh\ A bill to repeal the 16th section dan were presented and referred. J.
; : totes,the numbernecessary (orachoice.'fhe' ofl\lr..Noyes. His: character was generally !
": the house for the purpose>> of electingtax act to organize the circuit courts, e day Dec. 23dMr. 'Y_,
citizens tour State cannot but considered ,tobeinfamous, and .
: : I congratulate themselves upon having he was 'continually boasting that he had assessors. After a session of foir passed. i/ submitted the following ,reJ "'*
and half the A bill to establish and regulate:pilot. which was considered by
a following persons. unaj ..
secured, the valuable services of this killed a man in Middle Florida. --
1 s had been elected; Dade, Smal- age'on the waters and in the harbors of consent, and agreed to. .
}: On the evening of the murder, Clyde wood Benton, John Quchn. Hill St.Lucie county, passed.A Resolved, That the om iut.tI....

) FLORIDA SEGARS.Wb: have after havfng,;aken'tea.:with5lr. N yes, make the election Naval.affairs be instructed
before borough, J. L. Sparkman. i 1\larion,4:. bill to permanent ,to. JJ.
from the table before
the latter
rose ,
us a.sam'peof.! segars manfnctured'at Tuttle. St. 'Lucie, C. L.. Brayton.- precincts (in Columbia county, and to.' quiry info the suitableness' t

,! the plantation MrJHENBT FLOYDnear, went out'on the back juazzo, it being Levy, J. G.. Daniels. Orange, provide for the transmission of the poll material of 'construction for' (,
then dark and without'any words of an
lip Micanopy, Fla., of/Floridt tobacco of Dupont. -St John's, John C. Carrer books to the Judges of Probate, passed.

t ;4 last year's 'growt /. Mr. FLOYD informs angry nature having passed, shot Noyes Nassau, W. R. Harris. Duval, A W, A bill to repeal the statutes of Great war.Resolved further, Tint the ...' I

rb J; us that he made fifty: thousand' through the open door as he rose from Crichtbn. Alachua.. A. J. Hunter.- Britain of force in this StZlteyas indefinitely committee be instructed to inquire i... I
the table lodging nine tuck. shot in his
::4 !from the planting Of an acre_ and that abdomen., Columbia. T. Niblack. Hamilton, postponed. the expediency of providing for' t, I

:.. rf if he had taken sufficient pains to keepit Wiley Lee. Madison, J. H. Patterson. Wednesday, Dec. 22 .-Mr. Russell construction and repairs of all TrigA
The above we understand to be a true ,
; free from the worm be ,could. have and faithful Jefferson, J. A. Edwards. Wakulla, submitted; a resolution, praying a modi- required for the use of the Nan of ti*
of --
account the catastrophe.We -
fit J f made an hundred thousand.. They lire Cannow. Leon,,C. Willitms.. fication of the armed occupation act in United States by contract.
l have since heard a rumor that the
11[ fully worth sixteen dollars the thousand, body which was found and supposed to Gndsden, J. H. SyJv ster. Franklin, favor of settlers, who, by sickness or Mr. Vulee introduced a billfr i..,

t although Mr. FLOYD sells them for ten, be be Peter Hobart. Jackson, J.V.. Russ. otherwise, have been compelled to re relief of Fernando Fillany, which ,_
Clyde's, may possibly turn out to
: j ia consequence of their being new.- Walton, A. McCollum. Washingjon, side at places near their locations.A read ticeand referred to the COmtI .
that, of Mr. Noyes. It is surmised that
This affords him the pretty sum of$500 H. Clark. Calhoun Stone. I I bill to organize tbe Jasper Hussars, tee on pensions.The .
, r : Clyde possession of Noyes
I I to the acre, which ,is worked by only body, and that after beheading it and Wednesday, Dec. 23d.-Mr. Walker i passed. S bill for tbe relief of Tta.

:! one or two hands, and which would introduced Bill bill for the 'and
a. concerning grand and A to amend an act pro Douglas, was reported passed t tot_
..1 dressing it in his own clothes, he expos. I
.t have afforded him $1000 if he bad ed it in order to pursuit. The petit jurors.Mr. I tection of Fisheries on the coast of second reading.The .
j been possessed of the experiencebe; affair is certainly mysterious shouldbe reward gave notice or.'a bill l to I Florida, passed. committee on printing, repertef

I has since acquired. From the fine flavor sifted to the bottom. Any negligenceon provide for the election of Presiden- A resolution directing the Attorney i in favor of engraving the topographwl.

of the we are convinced that tal electors. General enforce in of Florida.
1 segars \ to proceed to an act map
tbe part of officers of the law or cit. 4
F '. as the proper culture ..nnd'managem On motion of Mr. Broward the rote relation to certain associations claimingto Mr. dittenden thought tbe
i izens, will only lead to a similar train op
(It f tobacco' is made known, our Florida directing the New Hampshire resolutions exercise &c. should be tbe
\ vof horrors. It is high time that these banking privileges, was published at eJr.easeitbe
segars will command prices as high'at to be returned was reconsidered laid on the table. State of Florida.
frightful outrages were ended outrages ,
.* ,! those of Cuba. and they were laid on the table.A Bill to provide for building a Court
\1r. Westcott
I. _ which would be disgraceful even among replied that the nap
Bill to define more particularly House Washington county, was: lost contained
1 FLORIDA SUGAS.-We have been fa- cannibals or pirates. the results of several*uneji
who are retailers of spirituous liquors, on a third reading. made
I Tored by Col. I. D. HART, with a sample by authority oC Congress; td
TUB LUCIIIJI*&TI1RE. passed. Resolution suspending the collectionof that its ijblication therefore
of the manufactured l belong
I : sugar recently IN'SE.NATE. December 21st A Bill to change the northern boundary in Calhoun
his Monday, taxes county, was reconsidered to Congress. Its benefits would .h
9 at plantation.V. were agreeably 1846.-Notice was given of leave to of St. Lucie county, passed.Mr. and lost. but
the indifUial
parthlllyenjo"cd by
L' surprised to find it fully as good as
fcv. introduce the following bills : Floyd submitted resolutions declaring Thursday, Dec. 24fA.-The following state which it represented the vbob!
of which ;
that of Mr. SADLER have I
: we ,
By Mr. Bird. A Bill that the I
concerning Legislature of Florida resolutions were submitted.By
nation would derive
1 the most impor-
already expressed so high an opinion.It -
.: divorces. repudiate the Tariff of '42 and approve !Mr. Tracey-A resolution requesting -
t has the the .. advantages from it.Mr. .
: 44 same Inrge,\bright. grain, By 1\1 r.Fair ankl. A Bill to amend of that of 184.6-, that they approve our Senators and \Representative -
lame freedom from moisture and ]) luke considered the
fully puilicvtion
La: the laws no\v in force relative' to Chan of the war with Mexico and recommendit to procure. the establishment of a
;. confirms us in the belief that Florida of the mnp a'nntionhl qitesriosttJ
'I I cery proceedings.Also to be prosecuted with activity and Post office at Fcrnandina in Nassau
can produce sugar equal to any in the a very important one,, as it ironUa! .
A Bill vigor to an honorable
relating to corporations peace, or to its county.By .
p : world. We have several samples of sentially aid nil our mariners inoaTip
Mr. resolution
generally. entire conquest and subjugation. Russell-A asking '
this winter's production'at our' office, ting the dangerous coast of florida.IN ,,
Messrs. Broward and Bird protested Thursday Dec. 2M.-A Bill to extend of Congress a grant of land for the
and invite those curious in such matters THE Hous-l 1 he bills tltHid-
: against.the bill passed on the 17th inst. the jurisdiction of Justices of the purpose of building a Court House and
: itt to call and inspect them. Peace lost Jail in Benton ing the territorial govCfntneats.or.
providing the payment jurors out was on a second read in. county.

'I t;tKL :: FIRE IN TA E.-\y regret to of the treasury of the State on the The Senate and House then met** together By Mr. Williams-A resolution instructing neseola and Oregon, were iolro&tt
. 'lr4 LAHA.SS and read twice.ThursdayDec..
fg;, learn from Sentinel.that on the morning ground that it will entail an enormous to choose a Register of Public the Senate and House committees .

". ,I'?*, ,. I of Monday 1.b'?? h u I iL the new expense upon the State-that the certificates I Lands. Messrs. J. B. Beard, of St.:Augustine to allow no per diem to members 2-1t4..ln the SeD.1tt.

: Catholic Church l lately erected i in Tallahassee proposed to be paid jurors and and B. Whiner and Thos. during absence, unless' it be. occa- I a debate of some interest.took pJaeeDI

Brown, of Tallahassee sioned by sickness. the bill admitting Iowa,into. tLe'Ui
"'' was discovered to be on fin- receivable for taxes will introduce a I were lespeetive-

1 :- 5t" and in u short time was burned to tbe ruinous currency and will fall into the ly nominated. After balloting unsuccessfully 'By !Mr. Ward-A resolution eiempt- Mr. Vulee submitted on'nmendme UJ

*I :: ground. The fire is supposed to have hands of speculators,-and that it will for upwards of an hour and a ing the citizens of St. Lucie county one of tbe sections* of the bill) wbk

t "$ originated from a wooden box kept in involve, us in a debt. beyond our means. half, the joint meeting adjourned. from performing ju.y duty out of their diverted an appropriation of half SB?'

i .J the 'room of officiating cleryg'manas to pay. In the afternoon the Senate was'occupied :I county. lion of acres of land from application

a temporary deposits for ashes. Al The committee reported in favor of with the consideration of Mr. A bill to change the name of Seaborn internal improvements to edacttwp

c t though. great number citizens .were the bill changing the northern line of Kelly's bill, to take the sense of the E.Walker, to Seaborn E.Rawls, passed.A purposes, with the viexvot coofiaaj! .

L I : immediately, on the spot, yet the want St. Luc e county. I people at the next election, upon t convention bill to alter the 12th section of the _the grant to the original purpose. TS

:' cia fire engine water, or hook and lad- The Bill to regulate pilotage at the I for the amendment of the Con 5th article of the constitution, passed. amendment was rejected, and iHeW

:llt dersprevented their effecting anything port of Cedar Keys passed by a vote of i stitution. After an animated disc Isson Resolution in relation to settlers under passed as it came from the UOU4.

(or the preservation of trie building, aud 15 to 0.The :, the bill was lost by a vote of 10 to 3. the armed occupation act was ad Representatives. I
jt .
they were forced, to look quietly on Bill to fix permanently the coun The following bills passed : opted.Mr.. -IFrsn. .4
k. the N. 0.. Pkajtan..uta d.)
4 while it was being consumed to ashes ty seat,of Calhoun county passed bye A bill giving a lien 10 steamboat men Farrior introduced'a bill to tax LATER( FROM THE AIUI.r. 4 a

of'16 O. and others navigating the Apalachicola. slaves of residents. .1..
There. ,was no insurance upon the pro. vote to non LATER FROM TAMEICO-*'AH: T IOf1o 5 \

perty. A Bill to alter and define the boundary : A bill regulating the pilotage of the Saturday, Dec.,26fA.-The following NESTS, &C. J
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of Marion county, passed;by,a vote port of St. Marks. bills were introduced.By There had been quite annt exet e "

-F; DR. CI/ITDB,three weeks of, 16 to 0.ABilI Preamble and resolutions, .relating. M. Fisher A Bill to repeal a Tampico caused by a report &be I 1I

Wcpublisbed two or to extend tb .time of making to payment of salary,of R. F. Brantly. 'portion of au act organize' the officeof larce body oflexicaiscavaIti1dseen
'" since'a paragraph stating that a body, in the neighborhood. Of tS ,
returns of election Monroe and Dade were rejected. Treasurer.
: supposed;to be that of Dr., (:LYPE, had *' I ,or falsity of the report, we hi"
S counties. ,passed by a vote of..16 to 0., A bill to prescribe the mode of appeal By Mr. Russell. A Bill to locate means of knowing. .
Ii T been ,found near Santa Fe, and that: Dr,. *
.; :: 1-':"CLT B-lid>bor IrT-A E.WOYES after 'Preamble and Resolutions for clearing in .criminal cases, was'lost on the.third. 'permanently. the county site of Behlon Through Mr. Beard, one, of 1 ,
iE. ;
.c '0cka\vjlha! rea.ding. Senate adjourned/till Satur- lasaichusettv'
put were adopted -"* --**" : county. sengers by the 4t
iii & .',:, I liavifig been; badly beaten by him.- day. i-*- -* 'Mr. Daniel.' lea -e 'I'r
without amendment. By A bill to define the that Gen. Taylor was ta I'Z.tI
.-. Tfae*>e were .all, the facts we were inpdeteesidit Saturdty,.Dec. 26A.:-:The following ,boundary of Washington rey on'the 10th iwtnbTlUcn. } 1I,
I : -': i of tt'the time, but we have A Bill declare the .Miami'river. a bills were introduced. A bill county.'" Twin's division and a pot OA 1t
to amend By Mr. Canova. A bill
to mendan' .1" .
stream by of It is .
:since received more explicit information. navigable passed a vote Gen. SmitVs brigade
an act elections.A
relating to .
14 to 2.Tuesday.. act concerning roads and highways.A ported that! Gen. Urrenf of, .wtyr .
the ( ,
gladly lay ollowing.detail. bill, relative to keeping U. S. Hill 1J
December ,WLnd.-The prisoners to change the time of holding have not'heard of late, was
I -I ed statement before our readers. sen i in the jails of this.State. the .Gen. '
Circuit ::1
for with
court Orange and St. 6000, cavalry. 1a
L <: that the the flection ate met with the hO &so for the purpose J : \V 1C
It 'on day of Gea
. ;4 teems A bill to amend ,an act to authorizethe Lucie counties; passed. mained at Par ran and
:. L: '\ 'in;October last, Mr., ,A.E., NoY s of electing'State officers. Messrs. N. I 'sale of s SaJtillo, It was positively i 1jpod
P. Bemis J. L. Demilly and R. B. of'redemption to : Resolution relative, ft>.: payment of ond believed ,Safl3i$ 1 4 t(
S ::::, '.)*sBt.a.horse by a servant- to a gentleman mortgaged property. I members n.'omythat
S' indefinitely \\
proposed.- Laifc ,
ill} aBprd'hi Clayton; were, nominated respectively) had,28,000 rneri at San
who to ;
was nn op- The following bills .
*) passed. A bill Resolution citizens of \'Ie
exempting : j>j. The following items $
# .:/.. portoavty ojf riding to the place where for the, office of Comptroller.; After to make ,permanent ,the. election: precincts LucFe from jury duty without the the l\latamoius.1111g of,tf rf: a
\ the bailoting.Mr.. N., P. Bemis i ..
";" 4 the. pells were: held. :Dr.. Clyde was eighth in the of Columbia 'Me1' J.
county and Mexican
county, wasadopted.Rsolujion RtfOt'A Dl
.;:. ,preseatwbea.the'servant arrived with unanimously r Jected. M r. Bird to provide for the transmission of poll .remitting a.fine! imposed .arrived, from Tarnpteo, iqru .tc fc

,. S. "i: thekerse;,and. without allowing the ser--. was.*. .unanimously.' elected'" Treasurer.. .books to ihe Judges of Probate.. upon T.;Derrance, of Marion Santa Anna purging his'jrLie' .qf
address. The Senate then re ired to, their own county at officers whom the rem -l: :
: (; i, :vat to .the :gentleman chamber.A ., Also, a bill to 'admit /Charles: P. a,late'sessipn oRbe Circuit.. court, wasadopt of co ward.ice can be an.,1l -(

a V '; ftfctrply.ordered, him to return at the Cooper, to practice laiv. fag It
\" .. : j. : .. <\ '!lainingbijly such as .
'"::)..': V.*,/,'7r.-.'MHfe. ;tine' etrikiag him several blows message was eceived from:' theGovcriorenciosing Also, a bill relative to, costs in criminal implicit.confidence te*1! b'P'1 11
'. .tL' .' : IItl
:'- 1'. j .& WI1 p' resolutions} passed cases. ., JYVto .Senator from ///wtow.-The Al\l\ Gen, Ampudia, tq, .
S : returaed' and'mndc by tbe,.Legislature).o_ New' Hampshire "Alsoi. bill to Hon.. .Judge Douglass has been elected and several others ne state1. !
." ,. 'f,.kc swvaflt_. . -. com ; a provide for taking, testimony .
.,) 5 p. ;;;,fatal ef;!the- manner" ia which. ,. bead i upon,. the subject of Ja very in,the DesATter in 'dhRf1 ery. "t 'six'yCarafrornthe from ,the. State vAth.Alarcb' Illinois next.for.-. and imprisoned an order, :charged has b ea.\*j&I. ." ..

-,'i" f" Hea: : te H.tf 'Nr ;Neye! tOOkThe: trict o5 Columbia.' a slight dis- Also,,a bill! :limiting the sessions of Judge Douglass 'received tho' nomina to isstant death any o( Cf ct' .

':::; !.r. : "' i 'k.'to'.ih."t-ee 'where ;euiiion, theywere directed to be returned tbe.General: J:Assembly.ri _' tibri jy the unanimous; vote'of the Democratic disgrace his fog by' e \9r4J[ II
; .: -- t tea, 'bad happened, and asked Dr, to:.the. :/Governor\" : 4* New. t Hampshire\ .* ; jresolutipn J in relation_to the claim partyiri: the Legislature The pcrTike, 'eoodect, HI ba-t.tlti.tb.I. IIa'erepresents'sbaVI4g' '; e

CIrcle what he meant by thus treating without. comment.r / : against Territory by the:3d Auditor Vote inrthe'election J Mood 100 for: Jutee : $. .,.:..
Douglass, and 45' Tor'&&&&.* cpnflde. Otib& r-t
,. Cyrus !
:1 ;.'. ,. S bi.1KfJAt. Dr Glydrfp1i.d.. : God, Alwa message ",faji received from the 'tt S. Treasury.. was- adopted. Edward, the Whig candidate a pitch has.he raised.thei .rdet 1

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_-.. ir & that it three*regiments; you; .baveg9t. W eeC ., y V 1 J 1 tL :H,'.'.:". h ;.
? veat .peah40th conceive the en the gallant Texan's reply j a (.off !1e" hf t'i1f.''' ;! .. .) .., c.1" I"
.01d be Impossibl to 'about :QiI.h.a4Ih: 81t.,'by',1Ma h,,J 1.TIJor.the I .' .\I. ..t--. : ;
President I.\n. &F
tbem.ge .- started to see the' wh1.! :* 1t". raANCrs..AJOHI'ISOHt.Fl ; f'1" .
prevails ..
..,o Ib.siatbat desire i! expressed to be..Ied'h who soon finished the bui :Jt 1grantjaj: I oereniw.i.. 1., MR 'MARTHA'BROwAgD: lit. 4'tt It.-!.. ,. :: ,. :, V

-.k.. i easy to imagine that a thous3 k&rn! e. who dtu&h.terotb, Rw. Cl- artH Browmrf of Dm fir_ t0ee f-d l.r... t-a.- : F-s
the invaders.LA11OM : :;;
--.f; 11jiig so armed as to be able to fire, .of the cauiItE.r.IV a IS S ,,hIowi.Lu.hu SouJ,4,, .r'.* .w..... ; .'". V=.':; I .
MEXICO. two inut fimdaeM of.ftft roll lojiy ._ rutaWl'r ..' Tht.pui..s V '
in about .
thousand :
r" 8i.-di. ..
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w .tmait fltrikr ib f Ro .U..W.. _
teue .. "
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et,, arrival at New York from Ha- each shot telling with deadly ac wider the Tlsishectbi.'w.rm afcdnam move .r..Jwd ''I.'M.I.-.i rom1ui.i ...f\ :,- ;
Syan .. r. } '
the N. i" ,Sun has news from I would be rather a 'severe foe to zco s.. Nor on we c U them tbene V T eve,,4Wnc.N'' %' d1r.e4*: k SkhM '.. .".. ",V ;. .

. .. fIIIt Cruz to Dec. 2, Mexico, Nov. 27, ter. Of what use would infantry .i.iI : rrsLhiicm JC-kts4k.. ,w ... J."GI: '.>> '.
Vera f a be house .tr -- .
tIR' 't JOTICE. at .
flUlpjc Nov. 25and Chihuahua Oct. I hollow quarebe against a regiment ad. SIX WEEKS fir date. I .wHl apply fA ,she The table i..1. ...Pr_ .w'-rl Jc.rleM'J S V ft"

lI..t it.. This iulelliirence. though not so mounted men, so armed and, drilled. I. I tleserters ; H aM J dff of Probate fH-Du_ aunty! !lust the markets lie' fur 'et a.s1:* *na .

as ihat received by way of New able officers : whom I for,Letter*.of Adminiitrmlioi ate estate uJameB.Mwnt3em. b. (.oad I" I .H-ate. V .
full and : ; :
explicit. : -
. is more Over 162 "' '
Fncans, and 1M ,Zoll" Verei ; S. FEENANDEZ. A cmtnrsat4rosiJ. meet. tW 5tsp}
review of The U. States .
Santa Anna had a grand since the Ja.ck.ouille, .Jar 8th.,184t.V L..t. at Picolaia, is, enavey rra' ..'Ss :; S
Courier des
the "N
I San Luis Potosi on the We learn from Aanasin, ;
at JOliN .DICK :
'' the Army of No ember. There were 25,009 Unis of last ,vjeek that M.,Gerolt, h : : ,r Alaehna Cenatj SherUPs Sale.' ._Pec 18 8t rri.t.e4i, .' .
I3h I T>Y- V .
in the : irta* ufthf power TMieJ Urn* by Uw, I --'.
men with 52 pieces of artillery. Five i returned to this country ; A* shall pn.i for .lin fr. nt .if ihs Court TAX COLLECTORS SALE.. :,

. thousand additional troops were expected bria, comes with the purpose of son Hou. H,.or in die TMWB of Newn nr Ul,, on ih.cwfKt "O Y,,irtu of the power We4 in -bj ta:11': a
The of powder ing negotiations for a treaty of to MonHtf J JuJj De.I. between 'the hours JLf hall. expose fur sate bef.**the Cnnri H..J

daily. of halls magazines and other missiles merce between the U., S. and the Monterey. i%f ten nil two.?efcck, .o much of._ undivided door, in the city ,.tJat1'1H* tJ.;, hrtia'ty* tH..J .
- ,nd the stores derives s to.Major inter et f the fallowing ftl lPCI I""nONI. and to on tue 2nd Monday in Apul l nest;'The f "'c\1t'
. Ire said to exceed belief. Every pieceof Verein. This negotiation is ieut. cemio tract ,nr purrel nf law kn.iwn as ,ibeAUd property, or,. much ).' as HIf4iv tht Stl V
1fI found is converted hat "additional importance u.ArmlwMln Tp ,,ftir 1345, nd State aid
iron that can be { paper, Grant. as will .atislynd pay Cunat? Tsjfnip ltw
*t other deadly weapons.In .- the reason in the German paper, that Vol l. ...511f'.nd COUtllI.Jt dUll on sad inlerefttft ftir via! J84Q. 10.000 i rrrt' or'and on all ." ,, ,

into pikes or alone there are concluded between England' n is,cop. the year 1846, and all 1,?,1 costs anti chrce. of trout Crork. .w... lb t SibfatM Trjtrtf I,13 .
f one store.bouse treaty and rnKmit tbe acres m Dunn' ., 4
and advertUenvnt and sal. therein Crert.FIonCmj its' h.4r.sit lb.miego .
mechanics working day the Zoll Verein was to be broken by. F rnamtex .
two hundred J. to witt ; 28? crr, nn .i bJnha.
t-. .-A ni". 4ir. mnnntintr. ,cruns and manufacturing latter." Grit V Tbe. interest Jeromry Johnson or tf. Welli. IU., .i t. .,ar.nl Ued i 1. J. ,,. "ww4
. .. .Uy "0" munitions' --- -- of-war. There are In virtue of the,treaty English the new ,. ttk.i"tHIISt.1Villia.., Thorn. by ib. E'tst. of'Val". Smlily J8i 9m tm .b..i

&. at work in the fortifi. sels had exclusive privilege to import ... Tb iaieren .f the linru of Wrp. Tarlor.' Si. John Riv r. ralki 5,. Jiin*ph..iMlUy ,bwn.J '
.:, fire hundred more Tt.n''I'' .r Jnbft'R.' "., .: ;,* J.vn.a srnt. u.a. adJ-"t.I1" 5w4 '
( calron*, which are being strengthenedin sugar and rice. If it be rejected I Tb lhUrettofJabjM.Sejma.:... .. ,, nt ati
every possible manner. One thou- England would lose this 'enormous'ad of'the .The interest of John N. Saver .4 pleSamp. nrarN.... River on.rnsw ,.... .

jmd women, filled with nthosiasm in vantage, and the Zoll Verein might Th interest of Ro-,and'Price. THOS.LF.DWITH..Shrriff.l>. c ., ..

1e'te had down to wi a quiet Tit interest Cynu IVrkin.. 13y W.CHICHTON.. D.SbmC ,
come nev.commerciar..treaties
national cause, gotiate S
the The interrM of,Irhl!>od PnilLTh Jacksonville 01.. I.lieG., .
the camp from San Diego and Tiscala, America-the free cities, and with H last *-interest" '.Anron Peck. '' ..

3e w aid in making articles for the soldiers. land, which at this moment is negotiating' Hotel The interest nfMmdpftit M. Nuab. IBII.la County SbcrHTs 8a...,

.. 0 a treaty with Prussia. : : Clay The interetft of I.n:*f| FriMt.Tlmintf By %rtrtwe of my ..&>*aWl p..*ToT law inv Med -<.
nr in me.I have|*ttrd ud.in. 0Cer
L. Davis rr0t Nn h J n"i.. uprtii
ao Provisions were pouring into the The above Is from the N. Y. TV intfr ntoffnrdi>cai; Myerc.The for ale t>ef.re.the Court Hoiwe in tbe t r*n i.t Alligator -

in immcase, quantities. Language We observe that Baron Gerolt is Dodger tntei nt of ih<*hfir i of AlexamVr M. .it. on the first M camp
, i is Sil'd to fail m attempting a nounced as having arrived at \V ashiD .Dr. Tar- The int....of Frnlcrick Murqnand. the iHiial hour ..f ale on tV.ntdV.th fullowiftf _
TI..-interr de rribel vb:-.c.l inn 26.T. t < _
of the formidable ton. ., Gen A. of Gilbert Lew'u.Th pn wn hip

description preparations *interest of BI..odf..nd! Thomas Tillulon. Ra0ge 11, rrtntaininf 80 ncr***. SftctHta N. 2. _
u making at San Luis. There, was -a Clay The ihterett .f Timinnn Nupirr. 93 cre.. Sist.tioinTnwnshlp 1. Ranp.. Ji, _

4- to be the last great struggle. 'There, Pr.motions in the rfrmy.We le -was And nlioni ouch of the iintiivided 1 interest of Levied upon a, the property of Richard..)... _

the newspapers, will the fate of it stated that Sergeant Mahoney, ; tile fame taid Grant of the following named person pay the s,,,. and County ta'. due ,tbereiio. f.rthe.

cay Meiico be decided, and farther resistance distinguished himself in the battles pointing .. will pay the State ta* for the year 1845. year 1846. ''

asa it is said will be useless. ..Fearswere tha 8th and 9th of May, has been promoted Mr. Clay and the State and County tax for the year 1846. 35 ALSO
and all legal com and charge in and about the Section Tt..nhip 1, n.rirp.ll, contamc
entertained however that to a Second Lieutenancy, : 80 acres-Levied as the of
even I. advertisement and sale thereof to wit : upon propetty Drtr.ftjr
there the fortunes of war should be against we are gratified to. record the fact. The interest of A. D. Forest. \Wood, to ..Iisr1.be taxes due thereon fur Ob* _

them, and accordingly we find \Ve think, with the Richmond Whig i .' The interest of J;Delano. year 1846. .ALSO. .

preparations going on to defend the that it is honorable to the ppo Covatj. The Tho interest interest of of John R. Davenport.Rodman. Section 35. Township 1, Rang 11-en>rcjj| .

road to the capital. Forts were bingcreeled power. Promotions from the ranks, ). The interest of J. Doremo. V Janice Ltving.ton,uppoed to Dempsy Wowd, _

atp at various points, md the passes good conduct, if more frequentwill render -I j' 1846. The interest of the 'heirs Thomas Dexter. to sanity ihetaxes due thereon fur the tear.184C.. S ___

% but these the more respectable ". after a The interest ifJ. Suydam.The ALSO. _
were strengthened ; army interest of Benjamin L.Vsitr.. Section 3. Township 2, Ran:e'JI| abmit 40(1
af works do not seem to progress very ra well as more efficient. We have always announcing The interest of Barnabd Oxburn. acre*-Levied upon 84 the prnpertf of I. D. Hat& _

pidly. thought that the good of the service and that The interest qf Shiven Parker.AUo or I. P. N rf.lo satUfy tlie taxes thereon far _

Santa Anna's evacuation of Tampico would be promotedin everyrespect un- a sufficient portion of a certain tract or the year 1846. .. _

:p is defended on the ground of his inability by rewarding the talents and good conduct ; tr notice, farcelof Isnd known a. the Strong Granr. nowswn.J Sheriff FITZPATRICK.and tax collector ex oCrio.Allieator. .

,'S the vessels of and that of the privates. There would / or claimed by William Marvfn, as will pay )
to resist war; IICt that to** lh* State and County tax due thereon for the year Oct.23.1846.Nassau .

:.J port being one in which the yellow fever be a strong inducement for men to volunteer ) ', popu- 1846. and ail Ifjul CIMH and chnrs'-s in and about .

fierce I months in the and enlist. The road to advcrluemrnt and ..1. thereof. County Shcrifl's Sale
4 rages ) eight year, of the vinoe of tbe vested in ins by 1._.t
the editors predict that it will becomecrave would be open to all.. .jt.*ak* Swill (irant i i" iiitiitrd about right miles. from S BY expose lor sale at she door of the Cart
* Nfwniinsville, rather' \\ .t of North,and it txiunde S
for thousands of the Americans Hon' f the CiMinty of Nassau,mi the fourth MJDO
1 Iowa. and law a -The enrolled bill for the o.Y of January 1847 ten
ale u"'itras for the invading Spaniards.- mission 'of Iowa another star in the South I by pulilic land*--contnining five thousand two o'clock on that da>, the land of Cap t. Robert _
! of American acres, frOm tb.* r..turnmnll" tu the
Tile burning an steamer facilitie* to ajipenri Day, Miuat-d,i said County of Nassauconsisting
the wreck of United American constellation, has been signed Tax AsMor. Said interest of William M.mien five hundred less, cr.
r- Tarapjco, so many in health of acres more or lying on
States vessels the coast and the loss by the Speaker of the House, and ,.iII'l. old on she mrond Monday of April next. Keil's creek or sufficient portion thereof,.atify .
county in- in front of th. Cutlrt house door in the Town of the of Florida
then by the Vice President. 'the President the taxes due thereon to Slate ,
of prizes taken at Tabasco, are matters iu K ewmmnvillf, between she hours of ten and two '
pro iogetber with the.I legal charge ef the saleanl'sh..
. has this affixed his
: whirii; the Mexican editors record with ere signa.Si| and If''Cf'. ..duC''. ThOMAS ,C. ELLIS. costs 4thhsdvertisemint.. 'Amount otszeidu.Siaduhlars. .
,a joyous exclamations. The U. States ture. \ thtwe ____Jim._ 8. '47. ShPriffndraa CullP tnr. ,A.BRADDOCK.. .

sqa. Ingale; Potomac was in a sinking condition Southern List of Letters, Sheriff and" Tax Collectur.. ..
. off Anton Lizardo, The Jlrmg.-The' following item of REMAINING in the Post Office at Jackson- November e. 1346.
news which we find in Washington *t ) which ifnot taken nut in three
Great enthusiasm is sahl to exist NOTICE.,
Correspondence of th' N. York Jour and month, will In sent to tbe Dead Letter Office, atWashington'
in alter date I shall apply to the
imonj the people favor of the army. D..C.Arker SIXVEF.KS ,
nal of Commerce and of the Charleston '. '. '
Jud .f
'- The rhurrli has been pressed into ,JumeAlderole. Lancaster,Cot J B CLancaster. F.Crabtrce. :e Pro.
Courier will informed 'bate for the County IIf Duval;for Letters "f Ad 3
the service of the please many youngmen Miss Jane Wm U .
country, government nod from mini ion the of J. W. Herbert Jatof .
1d anxious for a' commission in the Br.-widiinx. Mr Lonr.T 3 *t rat on estate ''S :
4 '
taring exacted contributions the said decea'ed. .
upon there (or BHheJ.Capt Geo Mann Dan J county
property of the! "secular and icgular Army : that R.own, Geo L MurrHI Sam H GEORGE S, HERBERT. I

clergy of both sexes," to the amount of The Administration have just determined of a th re-:. Barber MoorsU.iily MeKej. Mr Jacksonville,January h'.. 1847.NOTICE.. V

.-I two million of dollars for which drafts to call out no more volunteers, William S Man-In, Miss Mary ?FMrHarzpr. .":"'. -
placet and Cr."hil.Villiam Mi. 5..1&Cllrri ) .
but the enlistment of
to ten
II lave been i iued a* follows : on the propose R BCummtng. O'Nrill. persous Itavin: claims against il. E.aa.'
Henry ALL
of regulars to serve during ( that great Benton .
Archbishop 1,000,003 ; on the Bishop Hoojwr T Parmenter. H'nry'FPritchartl. V William Boyd I late of ,..ant1. '
1. I
the and to be commanded by officers by thote deceased I. will ent them 1'1 she 'sub.crjbeeuwithin
J ('ueba! $'j;iOO,000on the Bishop of war, Dumiiack 2lFrancf Rnbt J Hriitnnnr. pre
3 Gnadal appointed by the Executive, and lhe.e D&'wees. E 2 .Cnpt EluhaIVndarvi I the time,r..teril. by law, or' they wilt I
;xant $200OOD ; on the Bishop I be. barred and those,tndetteil.to the said Ea t4te, .
tfAJichoacan to be subject to the articles of wnr.- would he O.annt-, Ezekiel *. UI' A I *-" '
$ l7OO3O _on the Bishop will make payment to S r
, ; Davis. ElizibethDregnrn. Pinner William '
and S ,
f Thiee Brigadier Generals a Major may ALBERT CLARK 'ao.1ADAL1NE
I Oajaca
$100,000 ; on the Bishop of I Nahim Richard win, Joseph
General will also br 'for in CLARK, S 4Administrator
3 Dorango $S .OOO. Popular opinion provided I Elliot t.SaniuMFreeman 1 Sad,bury, JohnStincon Administratrix. .
the same bill. Honor : Chns IIFreemiin Hiram
U"ls in favor of this exaction, as the I ; A ugoita. Benton CQ.. E.'F.. Dec 18. 18(6. 6n
11f Church had | || and able ., .S S Sh.rer.Villiam H Y" V
recently shown itself too The Ohio Harmon F.mD' Simmno Mr E S NOTICE. '
Legislature are discussingthe & and V
3 aScioas in the cause of the monar-. Hartuon, Louisa Stone. D Eq persona, indebted, to tb, ..riTirr aa
e chists. : propriety of disposing of the public 'u!> oct nf Higginbtrthnm.Da H Sbl.lk. MitobdWHuufton ALL .. t4 the t.rc of Henry !.-

.1.1I lands, and public works of the State: ,John S'f oi, Elizabeth nard Jr., deceased ,whether; upon ote, .hand,

The New for the purpose of paying off the State owned iiy Un'.n.Mr..Thom..2 Tobey C.pt Eii. a or open account,arc hereby ixitifiad that .will be
C York
Correspondent of the debt. ofe.lucn Hart, Ouian'B ThnmaMon, Louisa her duty aa such, Administratrix, tu put i. suit V
Charleston Evening News, under dateof Hubcork, Hagar Turntr Jamea indiscriminately, all such note r accounts, &: aa

Dec. 2l!xvrites-We are expecting The noble address of LuRochejacque- I ,, and the Ho.an{, James Turner, David shall be fmind remaining in tier)UU4S anseit.l09[ '

a rifit this xvcek from ii,1 Higginbulham.) Dr M Thompson. Noabjj the lit March next enim**.. '
she! Capt.V all er, lin to his soldiers is one of the finest Humphrey<, Deacon 0 Woodland.' James R HENRIETTA BARNARD, ,
famous leader of the Texas light specimens of the loconic:-"if advance Ha ana.Gen Walton, George Administratrix Estate of Henry V

1roops-'te bt-u in the world, as ien. follow me ; if I fall, 'avenge me ; if I Schools JnlanVm ')Vahon.Vm! CutbornJobnAon. Barwant,Jr., deceased. V
Worth l benefit, Wilkinson Elitha llth 1846. 4w
sa'ys, and well he .John J'ackionvilK Drcembej ,
may say so, flinch kill me. % .
t /or they did the best part of Ills busi1t well to Knight Wm A JOHN Weeks M. PONS, P. M. -- NOTICE. .

I ,$ to his hands at Monterey. This It is stated that the regulars at Mon Jacksonville January 3, 1847. ALL persons. hating'aVmaiMU against tb> E*
visit' of needed of John Brown late of .FernanUlnaNassau .
Walker -
a Capt. to New York, terey conduct themselves with great NOTICE. will pleaae' reiidrribem. wellauthemicated

1J Is on business connected with the ser order and regularity.; but the volunteers without, WEEKS afterdate, 1 shall apply to the county! within _the lepI' time, and lh* *e. who

vice,of an interesting character. had been involved ,in difficulties, resulting !- ..- ,. SIX Hun. James S. Jones, Judge of,Probate are.indebted, tu the said Estate, will! .please mk
You ;' the funds Columbia for Letter of Adminittralioa immediate to
may remember, that some in some loss of life. for County payment
years I
EU.. late IIf said JOHN A. c.\VEDO, Exfetitor.
ago, the Texan Navy was furnished | l for in) the Estate of Thomair S
A. ELLIS. Gm' ,
JOSEPH 3,1846.
county, deceased. Femni1hu..July
*ith a supply of Colt's The Government has"established at in the re .
repeating pis- !I Alligator Fia, January. 847.Executors' _
loles. When the Navy was laid up,. Key West a large depot of .Coal,, (orI Improve- Administrator'* Notice: ,

h In?*!* arms were given to the mounted; steam-boats connected with Army operntiohs. of which Notice to Creditors, SIX MONTHS afterdate.| shall..slmluisvst.sr preheat Dr sat ;:
. 'rilIemen. It ( awl vrwjch-r, as t.
! the Texan \*as by aid of these that : .-. I- -- i !f &C.; &C. bn rotate t>f John; Ri bert o i, l I..e of Ca4smbt .S ;' -'

. ,* on the frontier were enable all creditor. Ie deceased! to the Ifun. Judge git.Prubst.V f
? county
to gain decir; victories uer, The truth, is, that in the New En- .. our NOTICE and t ereby Persons.girjjoto entitled' to di.tnbuti
limes tbeir ibersof the (:n manche many gIant statesparticularIyMaice and New. with she e.tateof GEORGE KINGSLEY. late of and shall at the s amsflrfl*apply r letter oT _

bo supposed Hampshire, all the.tecent accessions to St. Domingdeceased ; whose Will wa |.n.e,1 dismhs6"n; aa such ulminii''ratnrefwbichsU pet .
themselves equal to the "of our desired tak.-
& and interested In said Estate. to
Probate nC thia county, son
rcxafl from the demo heh.re 'Ihn J'Hlff ff(; '
man to man. Both I. the abolition'pstrty are well 2Ut fl4fliCr. JAS. R. ItO RTSON.Ott. .
and Go Hays a. Letters Tetamentary eraatrd lo ua on, the j______
Capt. Walker oxve their lives to cratic Republican. !! ,"* fnt stay ..Ir December. 1846. that their, .r.sp'rtive' 16. 1846. AdmiaUtrater.

Colts 1 repeaters and thus declared it The truth.is that the southern ig', I n rx CLAIMS and Dxx II I'.iII! be BA RKn at the e.a.pi..li..n -- Adm1aIMrat8rS1T1Ve,4ce., "
10 be in for 'the action of .after the granting tbe said
the most perffct in the trying apologise ich tliy pf two j-ar IX MONTHSa1ters1air.bb1m.kepp1cads"
I tamentaVy to'the .ub.cribet *. Eer S ,
,'or1d. \Valker, the Massachusetts and other northern letter la .Honorable Judge of j'ro&ftMxelb -
has GeoreKk.lei '
: after much sohCItation in' with abolitionists I '0;. isfihe last Will'awl tertamentof O.inty of.Na"...for: fiaal settlereeM c4all'i
a induced the Department to whigs, uniting ,are I deceaM* un'>*. whibtted "i;bm that .ance i.f mr accoonts ansi vouchers as A. '
the to fib in the most extensive V '
obliged .
regiment to which he belongs, C urt, I .pt-rOtI.; isirator on IK> etafe \\'iUialll c. O.HPHI* t
W1Lhthformidablc arms,'but he was m nner.-Bost. Post; I1.nt ( JOliN'S. SAMMIS WOOD. of said r.ttUa'):.'drs'eeme&'ead for 1' 4nal ieb.e '. I

Obliged to. appeal to the President be- : '; ; .in.the OLIVER. THllm.-pf..r frmi tny. Admtnisiratinn "*n ,5Ltf4if.,.. "''..,
1 : Will and
f0'eteorcrer! Ji very good Law.,-A case Is, now : Etecatof. la t SS I WILLIAM WJQA.'M'r. .. ;' <
xvas granied. 'The heads S / George nl-Jt"1', deceased..- ... '..:
-the bureau I pending in Mississippi,. In \which an December 184C. 4tAdministrator's Nov.13. 184C. 6m Viistrtr V

"err fa'orable Washington, .are. not atttempt is to be. made to '.enforce the ; i .,. A.1 ;. tri .

the ,to innovations, however law of that State which ,requres: that a V .' Notice.NOTICE creditors ,sUiribitf' anL hPn .. V

P E1 tnfV impro'ement."hen the man shall pay the debt of each Individual .'. "," -,'i, |H ,niaflitl'l't.of. end THE l in the 1 ftr.I'( \fU! McCiii. :
fficer given 's1e .
applied for these arms tb.Hatef lam of N"'tI Ct'"I ,F'' .t.4".IFi- V
iaidGen.Scott whom. he kills- in' a-duel.- D. K. efiiW' 'tVistri tio,10 ndnthej.! I* .'4.'J' S ,"" ,
siho '
don't approve of : F. Hod-. and tn all person* hereby cited .
tM V MMNMMMM: HH MMB MM MMi : John Week,deceased. .r against at and br.fft ihoiIbieO( .b'. ... .rC.CJl S's". '': ..;:' .
The Su.,Louis.Republican, says that, ; 'Gou;h, may bave-any riimsordemamlswhate at a .". t. !( .: f
''Wel the settle Vnted bal".r Na s"u CMU JJ* V VI "
a'e I.do, saidValke'f, "and I in the Circuit ,Coutt, for that district, fled bftn ,t.iwtere tjif saki "tAle. that nnlvu 4 ..f 1WO N b.eld att"eC..rtHO&I..ba.: .tL. : ;.1.,:.'" :
ned tbem .Gen. Scott has not." Kram' has decided.in favor of: exhibited or dereara wttbintfcJfi; I&April.14l. n4 1b.' it' ,
Judge .m lot
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l.t Ocf'..1845, ;
"But fnwn be! day .Id CLSr4th.F.s3.
it will cost as much to arm one the constitutioBiditv the Jaw in Mis : twill >' -to ,h'J'X' far any they ha's'. why 1 .
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with" these. as three' with the, Son ri, prohibiting:all but frcewhiteper!, : !: f .the orl Probates. 't fllshs'routh'CUat7'a she f.mnhS4irdisy 'r Saul WiWPn )1" 'f T.J'J<.$ ?,! V .
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'H. ColumbUJ. to witt,[Here stat how it U,'toJ be. conveyed .Teysnce that U ln*deqt ste for the root* In"respect iJMko4.s4.es.EL .
b.U. .: : CONTRACTS Fort Hamiltoo,Talofa Madiion c. veyance ;
S.TIAIL to the and .
celerity Kails
4 ceitalnty rhy .
iR"o( Florida .
: for the annual $
I: S ... .< .\.: } -. ___iz '- ',l : Mineral Springs,>'and Uttle River, to .Al1i. .tor122mUet .J "v vdated. aside from any accommodation for, travel, it will Creek. MafldYinJtCk.ojjflp$gt '. Pl..i :"

j i Ezttaet from tiuedef Cngrut of 3d Jferds. and back;bice a eek. .. bid Dot entitled, to the route, St. Marjs. Broaswkk ,st.J.l.af(1M
each : 'hd
Leave Tallahassee everySunday at, 8 a tn,,arrive Form of a jusrtntte accompany ,
When the bid does amo1. c..I
18CS, Md_ lL oS 20. not name of the U. g. Mail to aLe .
at Alligator next day by,1 p ra. undersigned here iiwert the name of the understood .abot. .
be "The [ conveyance, it will be tsken and to be
3' A.wU U'/reur 4'Tb., it shall TJM. .
the doty 'of the Postmaster General, In mil future Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 1 p in, arrive gasrantor or guarantors 1 fuarantlet that, [here I insert for the lowest mode of .conveyance, to wit : .. &t MATThEWs.c.1

letting'of contracts for the transportation of the at Tallahassee next day by 6 p m. name of Idder or',names of biddeat, aa the horseback. When it proposes to carry accordingto 'Iff. hu b.ett, P.II.t'i/.,
[;; for 'twice ( three times a be I if bit their) bid (carrying the .IIon .
also (or mod.
Proposals or ease.m'1 tJJ..adnrdJemenl" and .e of conveyanceis hgktt ,
LI mail;.to let the same,in every cue, to the lowsit't > berdeehts and cables
bidder tendering sufficient' for faithful week service will be considered. mail from to be accepted by stated for the"route in th.'adftrdsemtnt.lt..iII sotnely furnished and "Lui'i
performance wkhcat. other guarantees reference the mode Proposals: ran"by'White Springs instead of thePostmaiitr General, shall enter into aa obligation .: be considered as offering only for horseback con mucU, fmr ,f'd. pe l"td..1art -
Little River will be considered, prior to the first day of July next with good AkforIccommed.i.111j
j of such"transportation than may be necessary to veyance. fort, she cannot .Drpallftd ft,
; I provide for the doe celerity certainty, and secarity I 3518. From Tallahassee 'by Miceotpkie 16 and:sufficient sure ties to perform' the_service.'pro I 21. Since the passage of the act of March 3d, root C This boat will srvp by.. hit

ri ors acb'traalponatioai' nor shall any new contractor Monticello,38 miles and back; twice. week. posed.."' f j 1845, a new description of bid has been received.It .Thursday morning, before the II SI"t .:

4p* ,hereafter be required to' ptfrchase out,. or Leave Tallahassee,every- Tuesday and ;Friday, Dated I I specifies'BO mode of conveyance, but engages to line of steamers for Cb.rfeIIOlt dt" 1"diU

: take at a viluation the stc<& vehicles. oi any at 6 a m, arrive at Mon ceJ1o same days by 6 p tn. 1 INSTRUCTIONS.. for' and : carry tht mail with certainty,celerityand security, every evening S ,..".J.:
; previous contractor for the same route." Leave Monticello every, Monday, and Thursdayat 1. Seven ,jninalea are allowed opening using the terms of the law. These bids are called Also paSsengers whingto155

: 07 Bidders will be careful ,to read the forms 6 a m, arrive ,at Tallahassee same' days' by G closing the malic at,,all, offices where no steamboat part jcular from the manner in which they are designated on hrts; or barque line which leaves j,..
and instructions appended this advertisement. P m. & lime is specified but on railroad" the books of tbe department, ,** itarlidt." It has Thnridayand Saturday Air New
They are requested to state in their proposals, 3519. From Tallahassee bv Mannington, and routes there is to be no' more delay .thanijs necessary been' decided after mature consideration that a arriral oibeSt.Fausenenii MlulMw.(rom Yon. ,
mode tbe malL Duncahsville Geo. Thbmasville 34 miles and' deliver and receive i the bags. bid proposing a specific mode of of .. Floridt.
i.' the by which.they i tee to convey to conveyance with their baggg _
: Where the sue aDd.weibt. of the mails, or the back once a week. 2. Tbe mal) 'is to .beconveyed in preference(if Us to high a grade as two-horse coach transportation Is board of either Irne, If required will" .lit

r peed called for ia the schedules shall.require it, Leave Tallahassee every Thursday at 6am, passengers and. to'their it.entire exclusion, to be preferred to the star bid. Tbe experience The above boat will leave as S follow
bulk ,
a the contracts will be made for coach, steamboat, arrive atThomasville same day by 7 p m. weight and require ] of the .depantmentenablesit te lay down the following Leave Filatk every Tuesday. A. ;

At t 1 or railroad conveyance, as the ease may be and,' Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at 6 am, 3. Port Office blanks, mail! bags, and ihe'.spe- rules, viz; : Pienhsta .. 'It.a',
t consequently,such routes_ will be let to bids p'ropo? arrive at Tallahassee same day by 7 p m. cial agents' oi the department. on the exbibitUn of When the mall on'the route is not .. large a. '.: Black Creek ''I p. M. II .1.-

c :J sing such mode conveyance. In all other cases 3520. From Tallahassee, by Salubrity and their reaVntiaIs, are to be ,conveyed without require twoborse coach conveyance, a star bid, J a klf'nmt" S. #fa .i J-

the routes will be assigned to bids proposing the Quincy, Bainbridge, Ga.,, 48 miles and back, further charge, on inail lines admitting of |uch if the lowest, will be preferred to the specific bid. For freight or passage, apply to If
fP cheapen mode of transportation.PROPOSALS. three times a'week. conveyance. J 22. When the mails are of such size and weight on board, or to !MIJ,
A,, Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday, I 4. Mail agents are to be conveyed witlout alto. render it lIecea.. orexprrli.ntln reference WOOD &"CLAOHQR5

I S and Sunday, at 9 a m, arrive at Bainbridge same charge on the principal railroad and steamtoat to them alone provide two-horse coach convey Armt. s. ,
i CARRYING THE MAILS OF THE days by 9 p'm. lines where the site of die mails and the number nee, the specific-bid though the highest will be FERNANDr.z &, \

I FOR STATES from tbe 1st of July I Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, of the officers will require' their employment by preferred to the star bid,- to the extent of a mod. AI n"J.e.Bls ,t.

,r 1847 to the 30th June, 1851,inclusive,In Florida .and Friday; at 1 a tn, arrive at Tallahassee samedaysby3pm. the department; and In that case, a separate apartment erate difference in the compensation in raw the A. COY- r
will be received at the coatract office of the Post for the assorting and safe keeping of the difference is not such as to Interfere with the policyof Aenp. .. .

"t .f Office Department in the city of VV. hingtoo,.until Proposals for emi-we.ekly service will be considered. mail is to be provided by the contractor under the the' new law which looks to redaction in'th? CPThe steamer SARAH SPAL Dtad C ,.

: 9. .. m., of the ICth March 1847, (to be Decided direction of the department. cost of raiport ation. Exceptions,'however roilY in connection with ,thU hu.,. tn .
by the lit day of April) on the routes and in 3521.___:! -from .Alonticeuo S .t>y uroovemue, .n tiL, 5. In all cases there is to be forfeiture of the im allowed where the star hid is made by the present Lake Monrc one hundred and Ltfr.

1 T he manner and limn' herein specified, viz: to Thompsville, 31 miles and back, once a week. pay of the trip, when the trip is not run ; a forfeiture owner of the stock oh the route, and it is above pMutilia up the, St. Jol.,'. rin t.'Il.I",. .
l,8 FLORIDA. out least one fourth part of it when the manifest that the reasons for pi eferring the specific Sorl.: 12,1846.Florida I
Leave Monticello 8feryVedne.day at 6 a m
I,;; 3501. From St. Augustine, by Jacksonville and running or arrival is' so far behind time as to lone bid do not exist in his case.
(p 1' Kirkland, to St. Mary's Ga.,90 miles and back, arrive at Thomasville saige day by 5 p m. the connexion with a depending mail, anoj a forfeiture 23. On route. of'the highest class, where four- nnd SaraBBah St...
Leave Thursday at a m,
once a week. every of a due proportion of it when a grade of horse coach or steamboat transportation is required Packet.
if J: -Leave Si. Augustine every \Wednesday am, aqrive 3522.at Monticello From Quincy same day Cbatiahoochie by 5 p m. 21 miles service rendered inferior to that in the contract. by the size and importance nf the mail, lh. THE regular Steam Pa l. ">
w arrive at St. Mary's next day by 12 m. and back twice a week. These forfeitures may be increased into penaltiesof preference lot the specific i hid will be, if necessary, J&t GASTON, Car.F. r ,-"
.. Leave St. Mary's Thursday at 1 m, arrive the frequency carried of difference fin at Picolaia
every p Leave and higher amount, according nature or to a greater extent than on every I rid, **,
Tuesday Thursday at ,
at Su Augustine next day by 11 p m. Quincy Chattahoochie every 9 of the failure and the importance sf the the inferior roach rvute, subject, however, to he \lag fit 9 A..M. on each week, aiul will frmti J
4pm at sqme days by
; 3502. From St. Auguttine New SmyrnaSt. mail. exceptions afxive stated. P. M. for Savannah via Mandnria.St. J...

: Lode and Miami river to Key West 600 mile. m.Leave Cbattahoochie Wednesday and 6. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency 24. A modification of a bid, in any of it. e*en- Mary,. snd all oilier imnvd>*tn I.act;. .
I. and back, twice a month. 1 arrive every 6 be satisfactorily explained in due tim for tial terms is tantamount in n new bid. and .not arrive in Savannah early on Snaday mot
Friday at a m, at Quincy lame days by
4 Leave St. Augnstma on the 1st and 15th of a failing to take from, or deliver at, a post oce y the be rp'Cf' Yf'd.o. to interfere with regular competition Passengers for Chaiteston can It-Meat ..'d.q

each month, arrive at Key West in seven days. m.Proposal fur tri-weekly service will be cOD id. I mail or any part of it; for suffering it to be wet, utter the last hour.set for receiving bid. in the evening in the daily line i.f Slramen.
i .ti Leave Key Went on, -the 8th and 23d of each ered. injured, lost, or destroyed; for conveying it,'in a C. JOHNSON Tli. Gaston rune in connertinn' witk '

I: .L month, arrive at'St. Augustine in seven days. 3523 Chattahoochie, by Ochegee.Blount place or manner that exposes it to {tepred&oa, p..tm.'lrr General. \\PAJ"nrnVild,,'. Brig Line if Puk, .

.t.' ii.; Proposals (or service once a month will be con- town, Iota and Fort Gadwlen. to Apalachicola lou, or injury;for refusing after demand to emvey Post Office Department, Kov. 23,1846. New York of which one leave everymuruitlg. U..r.

p r;;' 1r '. 150 miles and back, twice a week from 1st Octo. a mail by any enach, railroad car, or steamboat I Dec 18 12wJACKSONVILLE '
: 3503 From St. Augustine to Picolata 18 wiles ber to ht of June in each year, and once a week which tht contractor regularly runs on the some Tli' Gasion does not retuin to Bhrk CnrlU
: .4j and back once week. the beyond tin specified number of trips in the on. HOUSE her way. tn Savannah.N4ftEc .

j4 ii Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a m, re.idue.From 1st October to let June. tract, and for not arriving at the time sot; and THE subscriber having recently fitted up OF PACKXT&
.a. arrive at Picalata same day by 12 m. Leave Chattahoochin Wednesday and Fri. for setting up or running an express tramnit : the above establishment with a view In tie 1'lie ypi.4 .omr-.jlJ 1M. liiw.. .: ."&"

'f Leave Picolata every Monday 10 p m, arrive day at 12 m, arrive at Apalachicola every next days by commercial intelligence in advance of the mil a I greater convenience and lI..commodalinn..r ifome L..1.. r..IIf..1 ,iinrly **Vf ty M.J.! .si4..
tat St. Augustine next day by 3 am. 6pm. penalty will be exacted equal to a qua*>r'. whom ill health or pleasure might attract ti lhi- Rri! CI.I N1ON.T. Lvos mll"'r.J..1t

t Proposals twice, also for three times a week Leave Apalachicola Tuesday and Thursday pay. portion of Florida, solicits the patumage of the PiiAUGUSTA.. A. M. Shrr.M.!.. ,
$ r3' service will be considered. at Sam. arrive at every Cbattahoochie next days 7. The Postmaster General may annul the public, trusting that none, who mny fiu-or I.m. will : J.J isle 23.N..w .
.p 11j 1% 3504. From Gareys Ferry, by Fort Harlee..Newnansvilie by 11 a m. contract fur repeated failures; for violating the find anything requisite to their comfort neglected. I |.nrk \n NONW. fUna1l4r.rJ_:

,si j and IIisviIIe, to Alligator, ao From lit June to lit October. post office lawn; for disobeying the instructions of The healthiness of Jacksonville pmiecttoiifrom ltrz SAVANNAH.. I'. 1J". h nJit-Irr.JIII1,
: miles and) back,once a week. Leave Chattahoochie Wednesday at 12 I the department! ; for refuting to discharge a carrier IhA harsh sea Lreeze and its ea'inens of HCCCM lr?. I.:X,U, J. Jr..41,0. m"ier.Jnl" Jt

1 tr Leave Garey's Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m, m, arrive at Apalachicoln every next Friday by 11 a m. when required by the department; for asaiping from any point have always secuied it tin IlrtKXCKI.: .. C. 15. Smilli. miMri.JiliSL
arrive at Alligator next day by 12m. Leave Apalnchicolaevery Monday at 9 a m, arrive the contract without the consent of the Fosiai. reputntion of being I be most ndvnntR .."Jt .lnrs. Tit**!* ">...Ijllu.l! rtimniAiJ Kyn, n *trprii

j Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p m, artive at Chattahoochie Wednesday by 11 a m. te*.General, Ar(setting up running ancxptessns in F.uT Florida, for lh. retort of invalid during .. 'n -tv .lM will n". rtrry ri*rtir |.mir
; .at Gaff" '. Ferry next Jay by 10 a m. Proposals for an additional weekly trip from 1st aforesaid. the winter ,,,,on. Tn si rh person*. |II" i.fnr .. l'"u.-itit ni li..r'nl.I.. r_ r ,..
Proposals (or twice also fur three times a week October to lit June will be considered. 8. Tho Pnttmnster General may alter the chn- tommOt'Ituon'' which h* Itupes will prnvt HC"*'|>,- Tli\ will sail fUM-niulht .. ..INp.,114 ; 11r"
.1, : service will be cnniidered. 3524. From St. Jo eph'8. to Apalachicola. 25 tract, and alter the'schedule, 'lie allowing a |ro- able, and a* -al.uhir.., of lli* ht! >lie't .ii-lt-r, .... I,.. to".d I'...,. I"\ n ,. r..I.

7 ; 3505. From Jacksonville to Alligator, 70 miles mile* and back, twjcea week from 1st October tn rata increase of compensation, within use restrictions can Ix commanded in tbo tn"'n. thick mny irly ( tilt( HOt1tL\

t .and back once a week. 1st June, and once a week the residue of the imposed iiy law, for the additional service! upon ijie mo-i t'orf'flll.u"NJon. ASII. J.rLII.6.n..rlil. .
L Leave Jacksonville every Tuesday at' 6 p. m, year. required., or for the increase uf speed, i if the employment A.".itors from the Nortfc have nrrn.ionnlly .lelayed ..." ,. tI..r..* MI Si -\lJr"'l ...p
h j arrive at Alligator next day by 12 m. a From lat October Jut June.. of additional stock or carrier i ii renderrdnecessary their coming, under the imprednn| thin the I i.1rmi.t.; ; In n. i:. CHi: k CO.. Aiai,

4!: Leave Alligator every Monday at 2 p in, arrive Le veSt. Joseph's every Monday and Saturday ; but the contractor may, ta such carte, bun \vn filled. lh. stib cril er lakeji this| oj.jM.r- Jtilr I!. ];.->. .

t : Jacksonville next day by 8 am. nt 7 a ro, arrive at Apalachicola same days by 5 relinquish the contract. on timely nonce, if he tnnity to admire cud .. in future, that ;n llmt case, -
: Proposals for twice, also for three limes a week pm. prefers it to the change. The Postmaster General bf can nlwny provi,|ptliem temps'rhriIy wiilirnm'fortnlile S.V.. DOGGETT;

f :%' -service on this mute will considered. Leave Apalachicola every Sunday and Friday at muy annu! th.*contract or curtail the service, ocrtunmodntion in ii,.* town.

J: 3506. From Pilatka, by Orange Sprin, Fort :1 a m, arrive at St. Joseph's same days by 5 p m. and pay when ho wishes Ie) dipme with th* OLIVKIl: WOOD.Jacksonville. "
..i: King Long Swam p. Okahumka Fort Dade. and From 1st Juno to 1.t October. service in whole or ill part, or j 1lne.l )higher or Dec. 19, 1845. lyWatchmaker '

t fort Fatter., to Tampa, 155-miles and back, once Leave St.Joseph's every_Saturday at 9 a m, arrive different grade of lI..rvictt on the route, hn allow-
I week. at Apalachicola fume dny by.7 p m. ..inFuuo mu \h'.extra pay- on the amount di'p.n..i- itfltInt, ( rotjr, "

: Leave Pilatka every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive Leave.Apalachicola every Friday at 12 m. ii nyc .with. nod Jeweller kI C
( At Tampa next Friday by 5 p m. nt St. Ju!pph'. same dnyhy 10 p in. 9. Them payment will be made IhrnuglidraP* on No. 5 MAIN-STKKJCT. .

'Leave Tampa every Tuesday at JO a.m, arrive 3525. From Baitibridge. Ga.,by Chatinh.*nchie, p04t offices or llirrwie, ufter thu cxf-irntUyi "f Rp4J"'c"lfuliv iiform the riaizrsliA S ,EM IN A R Y.rrlU .

Di at Pilatka next Friday by 5 p m. Ringgold, Mariana Scurlock'n Spring. Wrbliville eachyiarter. say in February, May August andNovember. J".LlInnvill.'ui1 lit vciitiu.iliat
T 1 Proposals for twice a week service will be con Campbelton Geneva, A Im rnflte, Milton J Florida- : : .. 'i"f intrMrti"n t.nmnri ll.lhit
removed tie hoine
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siderod.i Penaacola 10. The dittnnces are given arcnrdin* to the .p..i .
town. to 231 mile and buck three
3507. From Pilatka, by Enterprise to Mellon- time* n week. bent in forma I inn; but DO increased p ,y will lie al. ... .'' rn..liltlt.ly ..Ijolillin : : nlI' .-" ," '. ..'Ii.. ,ucl,U\"I.oy.. S..I...'. ti|I. arrrrrS.r..t .

:i .ville, 125 miles and back once a week. L *avo BainhridgQ every Sunday, Wednesday lowed should tliy prove Iulae grewter than i. ndverliied centl I y crMinl.I. us I J'II"lIhuffirp Iw t'ett r..Il'.E' vYny. .',.I..I!'"T"1jteiiulj.5
: Leave PilaiLa every Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive and Friday at 2 a tn, arrive ut Pciinacola if the places are correctly namril. nr lit..I..n.11I S..m".. nil i. r i;w prepared : ,Lil-' 11N''t". liii, are' 14. i.i.iiir4
every. with I dr f"r M ..f.-*jf.f,, rant ...'...1 -nrI. Lr"lc"- ni
at Mellonville.next 5 tnpxpriitt protnilitudiHl IL| .i :* con- pr
m. Tue and 4 ;
p Tho
'I duy, Friday, Sunday by p in. 11. Postmaster General It prohibited ..
-t nit Ih .iT in l hi.-.
.c ndC.IPdVilli ihcMbovr li'IP.Mr. -j -i*
Leave Mellonville Thursday at 10 a m,
every Leave Pensacola every Sunday. Tuesday, and law fiom knowingly making conirort for the
arrive Pilatka next'day by 5pm. GrorftewrnuM nNa 'I11..1 lit lei* d<*ter. Tli* rfj-tlnii-tii .>| ih. j.piqtj..ji arPf1IPh
t : 8 arrive
Friday. at a !,. nt Bainbridge every'fups.day. transportation of mba mail with! jilio
: .3508. From Mellonville' to New Smyrna.' 30 .Thursday, and Sunday by 10 p m. >h JI 1 have entered isio conihin any tinn.r"rlIl1n, or enin.'cllu) euatiiKltH ntlention..: in fiiii.re. r\cl*ivi-- .Mill iji* Hi.:Ir it...|.ii'Mf|>rKn.*.... IJS.Ia4IlI'. :: unites and ,back, onee. .a week. Proposal to commence the.routo ut Clialtnhoochie poed to enter into combination any in |pro I ly tn w vk in ilt"*i' brnnrb*". 11<* p'ri
; : Leave Mellon me every Thursday at 6 a m, ,will beconeidered.l'nponlIfr t .making of any Nd nuy for a mail contract prerentt by llnnks to the mnny friend.VHI| have: <;iveii him 11. '!i..i rlir.... isii.'n.I..l. I. SiVlf1fV34P.mI
week any their ptMronnce,.and irut hint t.i4 exertion h.*,- Tin I'rrrt.t.'r .t. airt'i. $.. c.stivuSV: with. fir,
arrive at New Smyrna same day by 5 pm. once a alio for twice week other person or persons, or who shall hsve cadi*
e slier will |be turti H. In merit it. S 1,1.! I.nlit. .>f Liz..r Inltl fmlt' .rr,'...
j 'i Leave New Smyrna Wednesday at 6 a m, 'trvicp.iII be considered. shall have
any ,
: every agreement or given or M rlormed' .
: 1 arrive at l\Iellon iIJe same day by 5 p m. 3526.. From Mariannn by Onky Hill and or promised to give or peifunn, consideration| From lone prneiM.* in Lie l llel.in"*.. |I. fe.-!. h'i..fi"IC'. I lie. ru .if b! anA i't". .rI. "

. : .3509. From Newnansville to New River. 22 Holme/ Valley to Uchee Anno CO miles and to do, or nut, to lo, any thing whatever nny .to injure himself mpetent In give .atiafactim. ..1 hirhnrge. I niirmilrj (If ihi ...11. Ilran h., s'vrrrlil&"
miles and back k. back once week.. will IN mOI".rrlo and a. :r"I".r'I'.t.m' 41.n".I.
other r..onnl. lit
c once ajwet any person not to bid for annail c !: : Leave Newnannil1tteyeryVednf'day at 1 pm Leave Mariannn every Thursday.at Cam, arrive Particular attention .called to the 281h section thr.*...r|I.p North.N. fl nrc'initr fcrnniM nrIrltnWIIfH.-,
Uchee U. Clocks neil \Vntrlien rrlirl'i in the best ry -ci lar, lanel tiUit fir hit J..ri' .rlanaillllfl&
arrive at New River same day by 8 p m. at AnnanextdaybySp m. of the act of 1836, prohibiting corabinatioss to | :
.I- : Leave New River every Wednesday at 5 a m, Leave Uchee Anna every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive prevent bidding. manner, and nt the *hftrte notice. ik"'j't ; M ropy .f wliicli 11.", i. ,1"

r arrive at Newnansville same day by 12 m. at Mariacna next day by 5 p I fl. 12. A bid received after time to wit : the 10th _Jacktonvillc. Dec. 26. 1345. with he rt-culijr i rm l bill H imtMn toe'"!

,, ; .3510. From Newnansvilie. by Santa Fe, and 3527. From Marianna Jackson county to St. March next, at 9 a. mM or without the c'nrnnty parent .r ;UHr,li"ii, wlmnny il" ,. it.TKRMS .

t Fort Fanning to Cedar Key 108 miles and back, Andrews Bay 60 miles and back, once a week. required bylaw, or that combine seveml rostra iitime FORWARD & ALDRICH, FOR A SESSION 0 r T'I'LI.YElliher ; "UII:

L once.a week. Leave Mnrianna,every Thurdry ut 6 a m, arrive mm compensmion cannot bv roimidered' in ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.O Hrnnrhoa. '3.
t : Leave Newnansvilie every-Wednesday at 7 am, at St..Andrew* Bay nextday by 6 I' m. competition with a regular I proposal hot udjidged .I ( Will practice in site several Court nf Lnw Common Cr..rh... 7 UO

:. t .arrive at Cedar Keys next day by 7 p m.TJeave Lf'ftYfISt., Andrew Bay every/Tuesday at .6 atnnrrjvo to he extravagant. and Equity in I ho Eastern Circuit tf Florida.WM. I.j" n.i j".." CI.ssrs. exirS.lt'1Ift'flu .

Cedar Keys every Friday at,6 a m arrive at Mariannn next day by 6 p m 13. A bidder may offer, when* the tramifnrta- A. FOUWAKH.; /t"gIs4line.. in ....nrli. given nt,'ll, *'' ***." I*
Newnansvilie next day 3528. From Geneva, Ala. to Clay Bank 26 lion called for in .
.4 bv 6pm. this advertisement, is difKcili or Louis ALD .CH. Newnan:vill.. ront*.
;? 3511. From Newnansvilie, by Fort Clark, Wacabootie miles and back, once a ek. impracticable at certain reasons, to stiUtiuie an Anv r".iI1'II,.I rn" n (rum If I Hch* 1IIIWI
and Micanopy, to Fort King 64 miles ,Leave G"npvlev Tuesday ut 'D a m, airivo inferior mode '.'
- ry conveyance, or to intermit sfrvien. LIVINGSTON DOWNING rmiifMti\ .r>.i.m. rV -.l fnr rvn.I i1'imripiil It
and back, once a week. nt Clay Bank.same day by 5 v m. a number of ; & ,
.7 specified days, weeks or n nth.. a,1'1'| 'vr4. will !h nf'iiril t"p J'1'1ill
Leave Newnansville every Wednesday at 8 am., Leave Clay Bank every Monday al9,a m. oVrivo He may propose to omit an office that is iiiitcc- ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. "''C'X .... 'I."rt "lust .",_,'.n.
Arrive at Fort KingJiext day by 8 p m.j at Genevasame day by 5 p m. bible, or i* not on the .t.:. flied lie railway..or It/" Will praeticn in the several C..rl* of Law 4\u .Icaurl iu. ii l I. intulf' in tt. chs'ir' Pp'sa
Leave Fort King 8 a m arrive 3529. From Pensacola,by Honey Cut Ala and and Iuily. in tlie Eastern Circuit ,.( FIt.ni.hs. i'"
every Friday at a steamboat landing,ns the case may bet; or he ,JMifiil fur .MTH.io.II.| ..*.#* ,.:.. In.f.. ..
.at Newnansvilie next day by 8 p m. : Blakely, to Mobile, 72 miles and buck three timesa may offer to substitute an inferior mod.of supply R;. LtVGSTON. Newnassirile.! iriiriil .j-kii.... r.'fjuiruff: lln' $I''ril '**Ljjr V.
__j 3512. From Wacahootie, Emathla/Camp Tz- week. *' in such He : !. DOWNING.' Fort Kin- .. to-
_ cases. may profMMp' ilitferent days ____ .IrIt Tniin tlu'.& 'l, I.r. clnI.
1' .ard, Homosassa Augusta, and Cbocochatie, 'to Leave nsacola every Sunday, Tuesdayand and hours of departure anti arrival provitlnl no I In.I,..

- Fort Dade 98 miles>and back once a week. Friday-,.at 5 p m,'arrive at Mobile next day by 11 more running lime is asked and it 1a'bviou".llaatno. JAMES W BRYANT, l'nirnnao i. luridl" fnunon 1M''. .r-

Leave,Wacahootie every Thursday at 6 a m,' am.Leave mail connexion or other public! accommodation 41IJunG..1 r".fitl..... in l1a. .rmlr'' fi
.arrive at Fort Dade next Saturday by 5 p m. Mobile every Monday, Thursday, and prejudiced. He may ask for morn running time lily ot'llmPriTipoF.TV ..
Leave Cort Dade Monday at 6 a.marrive.I Saturday, at 12'ra,'arrive atPensacola next days Jacksonville, Fla. .
-4: every to th.trip during a specified number of do vs. ul ffa..l i. ni w> in. a a..fi..t..c :
\ Wacabooue.next Wednesday by o:p m. b/7 a m.Proposals. certain of ,JIll
seasons peculiarly bad roadsbut Ittoyond TimUiirUir hnih.linis a4arg;. r.usnw'shis'U' ttfl
.I : .- 3513. From Alligator, by Suwannee Shoals, to. : for daily *rvicc will be considered. these change*,a proposal for.."i edfI', t AUGUSTUS C. ,G1LLETT, **, r.'rfnilyVrvtnc'l. hv 11..r. J.dtt.I
: :r ;" 31ount's Ferry,35 mile* and back, one a week.. :I3530.1 From; ,Key West,. by Indian Key to from the advertisement will prevent its being cnn.' 'ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT ,LAW, I r.fi.o.o.V. .," .

.1 ,Leave Alligator every Thursday at J5 a. tn, ar- Charleston, S. C.,-. 700 miles. and. back once a iidered in competition with a regular' bid not',vtuiicIeforeztravagOce Jackson villej Fla. TIe I.--MJJOH M OIHi nr".U Ln'n ,!SkJ.J 'Vs.munllernea
dn at Bloao Ferry same,day by G p m. month. S ; and where bid CUMUIIMany SSIJSI'4'
I .: .. Leafe Blouots Jerry.eVery Friday .at 5am, ar Leave Key Wen from the 16th totbo20th. of of the above alterations, theirdisadvantage* lu. Circuit- Court 'nj.'fnar..a.i inA rei5.rri&h.rIimiht""f"M'I Buarilmay .
rive at Alligator same day by 6 pm. each month, arriveat Charleston, with all I t
practicable %vill be estimated iA .
., comparing! it >vyith i other proposals. OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT, OF .FLORIDA J..d..tln."I1. r" F.Mi.irI'211-_ ,.. 1
_. 0514. From Alligator' by White Springs, Jasper despatch.Leave .
',.. Beaton. Woodland. Cberry Lake Clifton,and Charlestons theist day,of\each\ month, 14. There.should be but one route bid 'for in'aproposal. roAAiscnu.. ..AND ity.!COURTtKS.COLIC ricultuValDENSLOW JmP1cewts ,

Aveilla to Mootieello. .103 miles. and back,, once a arrive at Key West with,all practicuble4.spatch. '' RICHARPS & Gul :AM" Pjt.{ In attach & WEBSTER :
week..Leave.., Proposals to embrace Cop F.lo'ri.dl1arJd Si. Augustine nwni. sworn m,
10. 'The route, the service, the the' ... "
.Alligatoi;every Wednesday at"J.p m,.arrive will be considered.: bidder's namo and residence, and.the nanie pay of,each BRTAH_ & JO's ON. J S' $45 7 10s 00.Damngee; SA }4NNAII. ,Cl.DCALEILS I1" .
: at Monticello next.Friday by,S. p m. 3532. From Key ,West to:;.St.; Augustine. 600 member of the firm where 'a' company nfiers, in abe ruU..in: iN'1 C'k .ari :

Leave Mondoallo every Saturday 5 a m., Ar. miles. and back twice n month. should be distinctly stated-also the'node of sun THE above tiantea drr.n".JAnl" and ,nil other luilil on .. ninif .li|.' irrms.. a* I7 0W'1' f
i rive,. at Alligator.ext'Monday by 12 m. Leave Key West on the 8th and,23d of.,, each 1Pyance.'if a higher mode than on horseback i.intentl is interested are liereby; hot ihVa of liv |i>l.menl in thA Suuilwssa rw'O'l' I
-q su. From Tallahassee to St. Marks22 miles .month.arrive at St..Auguitineiq seven days. d. institution. the above named l PtULt.(,y ttrhn"lll. COMPLETE'V sisurt n.e"t nr A griri4)aTuI' I

<,,4nd back.,three limes week. Leave St. Augustine on the 1st and 15th of 16. The bid should he 'ami'rit nirrd to nppear-ami plena to tlK"Doelnriitioh .m.nt*. roi|.irtp or 28 dIfeI1"# '
?1 -Leave Tallahassee every Monday Thursday, each month, arrive at Key \Veit in seven days.PrnpoiaU : the First Assistant I'ottma.t..i0'I1'r.1 ant undersea). n4dr ssed'to fileil tn J".i 5 QU1e at the nix, Trrni ,.f.sail patterns of P| ,,ftlM. Huee. (".rttTMCP -. ht 1
:*nd Saturday, at 7 a m, arrive at Su Marks same to terminate this route nt Cedar Keys with' Court ina, whe cr"ofud&m prae4 ami Ox. ChMins. Sh .vrU and Sr'".
-days by-10 a ra. I instead of St. Augustine,.will be considered. Mail the' PropcwJ.ln- the Slat* of-. -/' written as fur want of a plea. "i.h. and MannrcFink Patent sal ..!%,' '
face of thfdf'.t..r
,'- ''wa.& Marks every Monday, Thursday, and 03" Proposal for supplying the following offices on edit lime to be received; and by should before be despatch-the 10th K. 'G. LIVINGSTO. Uoap llo ;.ks. Ciraln'Crn.Ue-.!. $1t1Jt. .a

Saturday, at V p. m, arriveat Tallahassee) same t In'Florida, at &'.un, tobe.,natied, and subject March 9 o'clock or S *. .ndCoT. CrtwUrs. 1J.tr.t.tFr.b. Ifj
*d ays by 5 pot* the condition of being limited [othe. net...proceedsof 17 Tim nt'sl. at a. m. : Newnansvilie, ,,October 9th; 1846, oAdministrator's Milln, Hanil l C rn MiIa.St (;.,. ftai t
contract*.are to be executed before '
55 U. Tallahassee .New Purt and St.' by or ?
Frem ,by the office; arc invited :' the 1st Patent Clmm, Fi" Cost o G.S f
jiarkstoShelt Point, 32 miles and back ,three ,ChinaJHUI: from Quincy 'J j.2, miles i and back,. July next. Notce. ent Fan Mill* arulNnUAI" t
.times week to New Port end one a week. the once week., 18. ,Postmasters at office* situated upon or .arrailroads SIX MON1HS'.rl"r'dll 'l .hIJapplj to she Fuhas.urtia.qs't$ nfWhitte' LE.iiiI.'Cnl .I ,
.Residue. .Reform,1romQuincyl0 i maweek. f'I Ics 'and' back" ," once but more than'eighty rods fromadepet, Ina. O.NfI.Jndgeo 1).1.. fur' ,suifpisint.r,.'wltirJ-.ISrc-r flV.. .w..r SC
L Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday ThumUy,. ,?:*. will, immediately after the lit April, next reporttlial th county of ta..u. nr a i dI I A,Imini i., iotw'Oil..Srith.1u"ntlar,YaIU1' tGfi'i.

,.*nd..Sd ,.'at. a m,arrive at New Port arateave"Xewp6it Troy,:from' 011lD1b.i345 m t"es and- ,back, once a fact tn the .dtp rtm..nt.. stating their fxaet trtor. on the, Estates, &: Spic.r Cliri-' ., \ViadoWi gft.lto ... ., r
..dy. distance from the railroad; depot and J4tW other ana Samuel S.Chrut..pbfr..1.t& .>f. Florida. p
1 P. Gm..r.ti L .fery Monday,,Wednesday,and week.Woodstock( 'Mills. from StJ lary'., 20 miles "ille'li1rplied the maif, to noble the'Postmaster deceased. SPICEIl C. URADDpCK, FooVeap Letter. Wn.ppf.-r ,

S. .Friday, at 7 a m,,arrive acTailahassea tame,days, .and back, once a week.' J i General to.direct the orwrt'Uprr"-'B l he I Adml illrai ror laid Es.atrs. PAPER I'BINTING.na, '\niMNiiiul B :'
Naisau Court
IjySpm.Leave. Form"i mode,,from t.he railroad by. mail messengers, from House.Nasiau ; 7 .CArfWnt..t,1 C.M peiKi f T"" ,j.
0 .hln
Newport. Satardsy at.6 a tn, arrive" orft bidwereno Mdder;e.from' advertise.wentIscontempltedbytb and after.the 1st July next.*. : County. .Aurua 14th-1?.6._ 5 '6m,. .- SEJDS.warrmsnlc4 aA.," tt

: aat. ,.. J'PiisMedayby1Otm, "lorweaaihe '19. Under the net of 3d March, 1845 ihe route N ICE., Order. thankfully r"c iednJpt9i"# -a'a'
case.mayfo fHere/write the
-MttaWSWl Pekt every" 'Ssturday'at- p m; ar- \name or name* in.full]of[here; )state" the rehlenceOrteaideucesjberebjrop i jib b.'If1t to the1' lowest bidder, ttndf,_ mfficient "SIX \VE&KSrt.: ', lat.( I. .hsll.,8rj! in. the. aelt. t' '. 1 ..
Buaranties for faithful performance, without J of fyobata for Nassau s... neh. q .Jn..ltb."I84C.
d"$ Newp rt'same efay fay 6 p tn. se to the nail c lob 'JfI./ cnunty, '
Proposals 'to'.I.M..the trI.weekI1..nIce, to No. ,( carry on other reference lathe_ ,inpde rum to often
See rb.HI be.ceuWerrcL the advettiiement requres1tihe.i&f J tirnesiated yt. as in ,maybe necessary to. pnixide for the due celecity, Margarita Rosy hitfF'rnnlna, (Uceii*.ei!. : fto'dT.tIJB ,WlMNr1Llf; ,t,
Z Mtrtoo- cr'rtalnty, and Security. transporfathn. E EA J.L-t 1S.J\t PJ'UJ't"T :.
TsJiabtwee the G4tLO. .
f by,Lipcns, schtdul9fyaAd by the following mode of.con. 'j
: /. ,, ,',-. i When the lowest bid I'fopolra sarnie, of.con- .Eernsadiu.iDccmber'jltb. 1846. .I "JI.Tt.J..u"8t .T 7.-
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