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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 4, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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inserted oh die follow. : .---1-. .' OUR COUNTRY.VOL. .. MJryLLewi5bddne- for the '; .
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;;>ternsf twelve (met and,under ; k. ... : .0 .ieaattt1dInE-sa1e,1hesnifte. being portion! c._., 6$. '' .
4,* iUrper $qU&F XI11. S. ".S lI; jIrmlciMlo'Grant," situaSlcd, lying; u. : J. .:...."
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J. the firptinseition, an4.15. .CeIIIS.- 'or v .-- -f--. >' : >i tr- > _ ._ : ing in the said" county of !kctna, and knoirn J, '
T yearly advertisers a liberal'diswot '- --_.-' S follows,tiz: section 20To wnshlp 10 8 range t :.. ?; -.

... will be wade. .. fa LtNI"FOflMALIV SS .. r'M-''Afil 0 Lll' Ji :0'USSt. : ',E": :l'ricbua.C: 1'af'Collector- Sale 20 E,' containfog' 617 acres more.or los nud ';&;.
be rorIefrit.ton.1nIeu S bounded followson jibe north by the s'
advertisement must paid r > : TTirtne i land :
JT-AII By referringjwrwrou.iHere.iaisUe'tum -OUR miles north TampAjtIhe surscriber : TL> authority in me'Tested by Jaw': of the cstate'of D L Clinch, deed,and; TVilliara.' 'd': '

... ttf a regular castomer. be ascertained' {.'_ offers for sale a Premption. and Donation, ,.''oJJ.UJI., Houw 7r1 *yl upose for' :sale.in froritof the Court. Thorn .Ai'-s r\,i trustee :jof\.. JVew Twv':; f ?*.. 5. '"
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may and "some inthe: TownbfNenansvilIeoa A8socijftr6tttou ,fhe east by thqjacda of John .
lAim 'of 160 .ncr' C3Cht good pine ; II ;-
,I transmitted with lie !.tvertise,, nt., haml 1o k.L1ndJyrll 'adapted to the growth,of : A it &'ia.- *. (' iiic.a S thefirst, Mondy June| A: .). 1851, I Lewis in right of his wife, en"the touth by'lhe' -

: -3: *AJveruVmenw not marked with the numlreruired. l Cane Cotton, and T 'bacco. About 70 acres is HIS :ESTABMSILM RNT.having andergonV FoHowing J named sections or so much thO'j ands of M BLevy, on:tho wtsi by rbe lands of' ;
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iArt'fls r .willj>e continued until forbid cleared., ." 'A large 'number..offswcet; Orange, :, ? repairailsis present wa ou, lanow4adyfujceptims I .1fI 1.11 ;1* tIre State and- t'rnntjTaz,Assessed against &hetstatc. rDLt,1iDcb1.cfW.t A bo section 21, .A :.
t>fC iipanj; Families and Tran- William Thornv '
the surYiYingT.us1tt ownsbiplOsr-ngc20 E 639
I b..reII,r. r Lemon a Lime trees,are growing on tract %entBoardrrsran liatrttxpaciiHis *he New Y0rlcAssqciat'ionand .1 cbptainJng 2u. S
:, GFit ollars will be ch ,c..1.for all a, n..u:>-e.' some bearing.. There_ are some large springs, J ttnoins.Airy. Cfean and Neatness Aporrmenis.itself rolh.5pd -" .' !thcjrear.A D,,1850 due thereon 100 acres more orlrs,and bounded as' follows: ... -
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togeiher the lands of WtlUnm 5
necessary by Thcrn .
Also eurti.ving .
considerable a Ferry across ; rs -
of power haiidsomely. ;N. %ifcaiididates for oltwe.u -the river af sa d placu. %&, Address, at Tarn- r.I! The House is well known as being f recently Bout expenses attending said: sale, the .same;beiue a .1 trustee of the JVYiirk., ..tlnocUttic.1 cr -" 4
: for Sii' Inlllhs. I 110 00DH.tnn. .I pprtion of thetiArredondo'QrantTMeHmiled fj.icg the e.tSt by the huds rf ji&ii tt Lcvls rihtof .
< 'Iuare. .piotpaid, ALEXANDER GAGE.. Exprevly wiid a \"if'Y'.tCJ lisa"croronmU.\UM '>f Invalids in .. .-
!otketo and Creditor t t, 7 00 : 2foV. 16 1850. 3t. r ) and 'other*;,wing'enlirr'I'' boili'of wniid.'wiihH and. being' i in the Mid county dfAlacftuii- his wile, en the south by tie lant|i. fl B.* '"

.Application; for Letters of Administration! ., .. 5 00lijjfoufnftttre :: rs,&";,wltirli renders known 'as >Uow", Jtr Section ,10., Township LM-.r. west by the lands. r Jobii WXnfrta'' S Irightofhis
An 'will tie inserted gatolJaLV. -- I i frjpe r rum",lampness. .Ffrej r"a..e.; 'Blinds to* win 10., S, Range 20, E containing 723 acres more- wife.AIsosi'ct1wi I 22Tuzih1p .

rr .e : Valuable Land for Sale. lofrs through, Opt.ni5fln Piazza.Yrourenate'.twu' or I bounded.as; Col1/"!,vixV: l\9rl 'b; tho 105, range 20 EContllloiug .G36O.1Qq.moreorlcssand Acres'
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) : KoMlred protection from rantsrol t wiml..lt.r ; lands of the tl\te-or John Drysjale.
tCi' All C'OlRtnQllkal.dlS must be .addressed lit AGENT for.the owners;the undersigned fo. fig a desirable retrr i & ni confinement ot all b ;dl'cd.East buflifdrd iltr& nO'rtt.;. .1
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AS .rigbt'of his- gouth and west by the Htjtf. of J.lia-
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C. OlLUKTT. pottage paid.OP offers ,for sail the following valuable year The faring .wife, South Jylbe lands of John 1
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4.J5CSTCS .Sputjt'in central pusiuou, unit retired Ciojn Vnber'wemigs. II Lewis in in right of-.1IS wile, bJn:the section oawhich.Prairie
{: AH aeriouarcoininuuicatioi: s wi tracts'of land, to wit: ;- ., The House contains 45 rooms, with ad right of his wlfe,,Westby the'lands of DL.. Creek'crsIukCrtck sinks Al -

"*.sharped u a.lrertisoinems. The Low Tract situated at the head of.Indian ition%! I'arloursi:Diniog, rUng Rbnrn*,ami con'enlerice's Umchi deed. Al o. Section, ;Township 0 J.i' so scciloii 23, township 0, range 20 E, ,con' S :; -. -5*
ICT: AHIiitlafrtr J.h I'rinting.mustbe paid on th river, containing, five hundred acres,more or i.g f'ral... ForAcci''nrnlxlaiJbn" cannot'.be Kauge 19 E ; containing 29r4i-100 acres'more: taming C40 acres more tr lc. s'andJ>ouukdfolldwsfnorlb *:;- .. .' .'- -5-r. ,
lo1i"ery nt lhs wor1." less. .J'Jo. '. '_ ufpassed. V f*. *, .S5Ie V >,- on-less, bonnde" i3J'olhiwsNortlt. Ly toctf&t bythtrJnrfiJs f'lsaad.FrosJj'tnthtrnsr : ., -
-- -, '.The'Pablo .Tract";.situated :en'P bld Creek, ". well earned wpniMK-n this HonsALas-frfnn' lands.:Ji I ist |ly the Isnds ,William) Thorn, south and west l.y the lands of Jola S ,.
'neir the mouth of the St.Johns' river, suppos yezfia year"acquired, it will 'be the Proprietress SUrviving Trustee.otbe New JTork II Lewis in '
of his tie. Also
Circuit Florida AssOciatioii right .
j In Court, Eastern ol Mis.DAVIS, aim to sustain and for the liberal pairon- ; section :M S
ed.to.ntlinoTertw'o. hundred acres, including ,age lieietofore,she returns her ihanks. South by the lands,of the;estate ofN-: Brush. township los_ rlt1&t'O, -ccrJ.urung 0:0'S"| -
,' Colombia 'County. some fine hammock land. The table will be supplied with choicest Garue.Ojs- deed.West by the lands of the estate of N Brush 100 acres, woie-or Ic2 ,.and tuuudcdas folbns: '. .
-; Also a small tract woodland in the vicini ters Turtle Vial,.Ducb,VtMiirton.Turkejs ShellFish de dj Also Section 5, Township 9, S, Ranee 19 north by the l.indsof E Levy, & south and -

n"J.d COWABT ) Bill .of Injunction, tty ottbe town Jacksonville,containing thir- ,at'this time out I ices II nod Forests abound. Twoor E, contaiuins i 299 C7-100 acres more' or less, west by the lands of John.11 Lewis in right (t;
,S. ( In Chancery. y acres. < more homers, sporting exflnsively for this House. bounded follows: North by v.irpnt lands.-- his ,i1 l'. Alsosection ID, towiisLjp JO s r f
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MICHAEL PETE isos ) Also a tract containing one hundred acres Horses,Carnages. Ponies Guns. Fishing Tackles, East by the lands of the estate of N Brush,deed. 21 2. co tlllpln 41-100 acres mere cr his '

ORDERED AT ClUNCERY. o od planting land, on Pablo creek near them Boats Excursion., Very&(. South.by the lands of M E Levy, West-by the# and bounded us follows : norh by the lnIi'Is if,

appearing to'the satisr.\ction.or Cou r u&lfot the'St.Johns'rinr. Respectfully PROPRIETRESS. lands of Wnu Thorn, surviving Trustea of.the the estate ofPtlmniclVeils dcrd.. on the CSLby '
IT by AffiJ.ivit Df .the LompUinant that th The above tracts of land will be sold atrcaonable New York Association.. the lands of the estate of'P )Mitch ldtfol.,, .

above mentioned defendant resides out of the prices on good terms. N, B{ 'zs die wish nf the Proprietress that the C. L. WILSON, and the south by the InuJs of Jclti'Rttrjoor, .,
Eastern Circuit of Fiorida, but'within the limits Address. J. McROBERT BAKER. Servants attached to the House should be civil attentive Slerlp antEx-off. Tax Coils c/or. on the west by the lands of John H Lewis in ;'

of*iid State, thit.-i Subpoena was issued out Attorney at Law, Jacksonville'Fla, and obligjftg.SCAogusrfiie. S November 30, 18:0. 'eaiAlachtia right of his wife ami a Creek kuoTriir.sPrairite

of siUCourt, direct ed I
LIly returned by the Sheriff of said Couny JACKSONVILLE' IIOTKJL.t Co. fax. Collector's Sale. tion 25,, towjiship'lU.s, range 20)-:, coutaii.inf -
Bears B curs 11 Bears 1034 15-100 "lets.
non cst inventus. aoreimoiT :ulll buun It is on motion of M iboe and Gettis Soliciors. WILL purchase all-theJ3EARS' OIL and J.E BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by follows on t north by the*Iara1s5orJoh,. H
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I JiE.L .JiiIL' lawI will expose for sale, in front of the Court Iwisin the his _
.< for the eud complainant! ; orderetl that thsiii GREASE that tho Citizens Florida will House right of wife oo.lh.c '- .- .
defendint, Miclncl Peterson, do appear Lhipto in Savannah.. will for.the'Oil t t"iIIE Subscriber having become the purchu-' door 1 in tho Town Ncwnasnville, on the.l.-mda of Jolm l\-2cierourJ7bn the south, by -
answer, pie.id, or dem-ir, to the s.iid complavnt1 OM Dollar me u Gallon the.Grease pay Fifty Cents a 1. ser and'sols Proprietor this eU known the fiist .%.Monday in.Juiie, A. D. 1851, the a tract of land known as Moses I>Levy's'wentl' -

Bill! complaint wiih-.n! two months, or the said Pound the articles must, be Pure or t will mostposilirelyteject HOTEL resp ctfully infouai the public generally following named sections or so much thereof as thousand nc/e tract,.on the.west by the Linda of, -
bill ani the m liters therein contained will betaken them.- .lam good judge of .that he has added to .the former house. will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed John II Lewis* in right of MIll wife, a Creek S

as confessed ; provided that a copy of this be in'their natural state.i twenty odd more comfortable rooms,'T ith over against James'Riz, and due thereon for the known as Praiiic Cretk, running.through said ... -
order be published in some public newspaper them. They must .W I1UMPliEYSWuoi.s.u.u five hundred feet front with piazzas in front year A. I). 1850, together with nIl necessary expenses I section., Isosection-2G, township 10 s, range

of tiii- State, ouce a week consecutively for the 0 DRUGGIST, and'rear, making; uscomfortabasnny Hotelin attending said sale, the same beinaa 20 E, containing 99 2 -100 more or' less and -
two month the South, which now will enable him to ac- portion or the rredondo Grant/' Htuated, bounded as falllows: north and' east by the -
rrrjl.to Geo.
Witness, Biy mr.nat Clumbers, this 4th Nov, 1C.: 1S50. ly Savannah, comm l\te o'ePone hundred and fifty p :6Ons. lying and bcitiff tho said county Alachua, lands :of John U .Lewis in right of his wife,-

day October, A. 0.. 1850. J His table will be under the superintendence of and known as folowsyjz, : Section LItTown-: south by the,tract of land known as M E Levy's
THOMAS DOUGLAS. Bounty. Lands ami Pensions an xpeiienced house-keeper of the North, by ship-10 .S, Range J9 E, containing 039 50-100 twenty thousand acre tract, en the west by the -

,: Judge, &c.,&c. whose aid he flatters himself shall not be acres more or less, bounded as-foUows: jVwrth, lands of John II'Lewis in right of bis wile, a
; OctolT 12.1S50 Va> rIHE undersigned having. made arrange- rivalled by any Hotel in the South .being now East, South au.i West by the lands of the estateof creek known as Prairie Creek,running through '._
: .1 meats with a competent Agent in the City 1 enabled, by the constant steam communicationwith Peter Mitchcl, decd. said section. Also section"27, JosvusLiplOs,

WH.\\ M I : '1'UNNo of Washington, are now prepared to take Savannah ond Charleston, to have the advantage S C.L. WILSON, Range 20-E.containing t>30 X.0-IOO acres more 5
Powers of Attorney for thecoliocionof Bounty ctie .' In Sheriff and Ex-ojf. Tar lcssnud
of the fine markets! :of those Collector. or bounded as follows. north and cast
J Factor- Land Ckimsund Pensions, and will give their addition, he has made ajrmagemcnts, in connection November3o,1850. 6m by the lands of John II Lewis in right of his .
J strict attention to the same.McQUfifig. ,with the Hotel,,at r..l times to fcmiijh.fine wife, south by the tract' of land known asM

CZAr.1.I1OS._ C. McINTOSh, horses and carriages for the tlccomw(. nti n of v Alachua Co.. Tax C..llectur's Sale. E Levy' twenty thousand acje Iract on the
Jacksonville, E. F. his guests. west by the hinds of Moses J5 Levy, a Creek
Notice.iYthc C. W. DOWNING.Capitol The increasing reputation which the climate BY VIRTJE authority in me vested by known &sPrairie.Creek running through said

yiif.d 1 ly (If nest l>2eenibcrj, pur.m.tnl Tallafiatsee, M. F. of Florida possesses in the estimation of,the law. 1 will expose for sale, in front of the section. -

O to an ortlt-r of the Hon. the Judge of October 19 30. tf medical faculty, for the cure-of consumption Court House door,in the Town Newnansville,, .' C. L. WILSON, -

'Prott(' r will scU: at the usual hoar of sale and bther.pulmonary djsciiiffs, has.ioduced a';, on the .first .Jtfondoy Jn June, A. D.the S/ieriffoHJ Ez-off Tax Collector. : -

at th2 C'-. in House, in tlug Tu.wn,the reversionS PENSION AND RtU1V. LAND. vast increase of travel to this. State during the following will named sections or so much thereofas November 30, J 850. 6m / ..
S ixttereofMrs. Aliry E. Carmichael in th CO f,r use nffic aiuUsoMiera. ('fihe :. fall and winter months ol those who leek .tbo pay.the State and County Tar, Assessed

Jit.tte utjaiui. Lou. U'c L OBTAIN oll:1ry warurtliej/ legal preacllta.ti relief afforded by a milder,atmosphere;; and in against John Drysdale.decd, and due thereon Alachua Co. Tax Collector's b'ale. .
S. 1'. FERNANDEZ. \ a. view of this fact the subscriber has determinedthat for the year.A. D. 1850. together with all necessary BY :'
-XU". 21.160.-,0. Aent.. Pensions for life,for widows of such officers and his exertions tOI.erit the patronage which expenses attending 'said sale, the same:-S VIRTUE of authority me Tested l>y -. .,
-------- -.--_ soldiers who marrired previous 1800. shall be bestowed upon u'ui, shall be without being a portion the-cArredondo Grant,"situated lawiillexpoeetorsaleinfrcnt4 the Com t '. -
House door, in the Town -
of tfewnansville '
and
lying inVbe ,
being suid
Notice.X.T of
> reg\rcrt to.iror county
1B1 'N1rrFdr'rv1t1ugjIor LANX expense Alachuu, trail known as follows the first Monday in Juue, A. P., 1SI, the
persons tn !Ul!)t.-d to the Estate of Fish SAilUEL'BTJEJONQTON.'t section IS, ( eclionaxor
S follrwing h thereof
> to rout
or'J uVi i is, lit jorCoiuinbi.icb'ihtir/recd-! tb -ridowsror1nIn5children .J4Cboudll ;.Flil.5cpt. 2 .18)0:. township--5 -5-9s.P. range- 18 nnFboTmiror E t'dniDJc634 s3 loftowg::-. 5--. r-r.1UlIDtdl r >- gqmrac'ataitrycU- [a:2. __,-_ .. _-5--

"r c-rttrrrrtrt fra iif.t: iniTTTeaiai t pay men', .n.- ef d asedomcers and privates, FA BUI FOB SAI.B north by the lands, of'the estate of N Wells gaiust M. E. Levy, and djue thereon lor 'the .

nil persons having a ly claims nguinjt said Est vrlio served in the deed,5ast by thelands of Israel o'ootp. and west year A. D. 1S50, together ,!ib nfl pccvssary ,
,- tte will please present them dulyautbenticite.1 by the. Limls Cyrus Perkins. Also section 16 expenses attending said sale, the sameUing ;' -,
within tho ti u" prescribed by law, o War of 2812 with Great Britain ; the WILL dispose of, at pi hate stlc my farm townsh'ip-6 H, range'19, containing C3G 24-100., portion of the Arredondp Grant," sjtuatitl, lj -

tiey will'be' bUI.t.J.JOttD. .A.cxicunVar ;. or in any of 'the Indian I on the St. Johns River, at the mouth of Jul. acres more or less, and bounded as follows: ing, and being in the said county of Ah.chtu S

IN L GA aKLYS, War, since 1790, I., ington Creek, sixteen miles above cbonvme. north by lands of the heirs of N WelL.decd-- and known as follows ?ir : Section 35, Towi .
t. .Var.: :2.J: 1S53. 9t A.Jm.Il raZor. Terms moderate where the claim is established The EitulL on is known; o be the most beautiful East by the lamls of M E Levy, south by, the. ship 9 8, Range 19 E, containing 631 32-110 : _

otherwise no charge., on the river,and is remarkable for its health' lands of Isaac Frost,-\Tcst by the lands of the Acres more or less, and .bounded as*follows:- -
\pticc.THE The Subscriber is also appointed Agent in the District incas, not a case of fever havingoccured there Cyrus Perkins, on the North, East and South by lands of-the
subscriber wishes to nire, by the year of Columbia for the fur'years. The dwelling spacious and comfortable S C. L. WILSON. : heirs of Peter Mitcbcl, decd. and on the West
tout 1st January next. three or four British Cnmmercial I Life( InsuranceS ,and calculated for the accommodation Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector. by the lands of M .E Levr. Also Section 7,

goal negro men to work iu hU steam saw mill in Company of a large family. The land is good quality' November 30, 1850. 6m Township II S, llangc 20 E, containing344 .
this place for which liberal wages for tho year for Cotton. There is 'flourishing 5C-100 and
Established in 1820vu H empowered set or Parliment. and weH'adapted a -- acres more or less, bounded on tho -
will be given. .for tLieitsuranceofLives and the endowment Orange Grove on the premises which North by lands of.the hcirs.of.Peter Alitchcl, '
S JAS.-B. COLEGut'ys of children in London New York of Washington City. formerly produced nn income ofJo>thousand Alaclma Co. Tax Collector's Sale. deed., on the East by lands*known as M E Levy's

: Ferry., Fla., Dec 1 1840. tlj. CAPITA $3tOOOOOO. dollars; and'will shortly so agafn, Item ihe BY VIRTUE of authority in"me vested by twenty thousand acre tract,on thj South by tho .
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Cnmmunicniions addieased to the 'subscriber, present thrifty anti healthy appearance of the law, I-will expose for sale, in front of the'court lands of J Johnson deed., and 'Levy's Lake; "
NOTICE. \\.asbillgtou, D, C.will receive prompt attention. trees.. The Post 0jfice of Mandarin is within house door in the town of Newnansville on the on the West by the lanufs 6f the' heirs of

S *1\ E have appointed T. O.loL3lrsour Gcn- u .THOMPSON, two miles i and the Steamboats pass! and repass first AJouu:1y.Jn June, A D, .1851, 10 ,ucof N Brush :deed. Also .Section 11, Township 1 1 .
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V Veral Agent and Attorney, to settle any Attorney at Lam, and Commisshuer of 1! before the house, on their.regular t.ripsto and the lands Af John JI McIntosh, situated,.ly. Range 19 E, containing G42 24100' acres -
..and all business the name of1'atner&Ferrjs ... Deeds for North and South Carol la. from Savannah. Those.wishing to. becurc this ing and being'in the Arredondo Grant in the more or less, and bounded follows: on the
To collect and receive all debts due the firm of P.'S.-Refer.iftieccBsa'ry, to the Headi of Departments valuable property may call on, or address by 'county'.Alach-aa, known as John II.McIntosh's North .by lands of Isaac Frost, on the East by

1.tlmcr& Ferris, by Bond-Mortgage-Note .and Members Congress generally.VNTjuhington '! letter, the subscriber at Jacksonville, Florida.CU.RLES'DYRNE. ,.Fifteen Hundred Acre'Tract *'Adverse lands of the heirs of N Brush deed,on the South
otherwise$; also-foYT>arius Fcrrisdeceased. City,November leSO. 2zitBOUNTY Grant or so much thereof will the State by LcT'sLake and the lands of H E Levy.and .
All persons having demands against Palmer S Jacksonville. Octobor JL9. 5O. tf and County TaLduetheroonfortheye pay 0. on the West by the lands of Fiederick Marquand. .
S '
IL & IerrtoDarius Ferris deceased will pre LANDSAND i PENSIONS.. together with all necessary expenses attending 18. Also Section.1-1,Township 11.S,Range

;i sent the same to 'T- 0. Holmes for payment, an" -- Alachua Go,';Taj C ci; e.ctor's Sale. the sale'and thereon bounded as'follows"; viz:. 19 E, containing 24-100 aires more or less, -

fl All persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da undersigned, having made arrange BY -VIRTUE authority in me vested by North by the lands of the estate ofD L Clinch bounded as follows' : on the North by the lands .
THE otM the East by the lands of M E
Levy on
,ius Ferris,art requested to CJtllon T. 0.Holmes with a.competent Agent in the city law I will expose for sale before the court house deed.,and Garey's grant, East by the'Iands of I
and the
Levy's Lake on Southby Levy'sLake
#>r settlement make payment. are prepared to take Pow. M E Cevy. and John H Lewis in of his Levy ,
Washington now right
\ door,in the town Newuansville,. on the first South and on the West.by lands of the heirs of
SARAH FERRIS, ers .of Attorney for the collection of Bounty Monday/in June. AD, Is&l. so much of the wife by the lands'et ELevy and the N Brush, deed. and Levy's Lake. Also Section .
Adm'x.ofD.FEEEJsdec Land Claims and Pensions and will their lands of the cstateof Peter Mitchel deed A. S
give lands of the. estate of Wui. Garvin, deed;containing West Township 9 SRange 20E containing: 638 20-
5 ,
DAVID L.PALMER. tri attention the by lands I't'prese n& .on and '
t to same.. toO acrsjmojj&tfi-es being a portion Burr Washing
bounded
Jan 100 acres rOOf 0 orlcs and as follows :
lilckaon'i11 S50. tt Address. of the grant known as the \. Gartin, or,so ton's"Adverse map as belonging" to George I. F. Clark's on theN orUi and EMS t by the lauds of M E Levy,

-5- S McQUEEIT McINTOSH, -much as will ffl the State imJ Count:(_Tax, Grant., : on the Soutli, l\ll\a.ofthe heirs of Thomas

% Notice, IacksonviIze1J7oj1a.CIJAS. due thereon for'eyear' 1850,together.with all -C. '--L WILSON, Murphy deed, and'on tne West by the lands.of -

:; r'UE cop:rtnership 'heretofore existing be W.. DOWNING. necessary 'expenses,:attending' the sate,.and -- .Sheriffand Eoff. Tax Collator.November'30,1850. theheirs of Peter Mitch el deed. Also Section 8, .

L tween the undersigned is this day dissolved S Cap,lol, 'Tallahdsfee.. M. Flo.Sept. thereof bounded as follows; Sooth, East,North ,6mAlachua Township 9 S, Range 19 E, containing 638 56-
by mutual consenU ,The business of the .2S. 1850: : tt' I and West byjracnntla, in1'ptship8,Range 100 more orlcss: d bonndeuas follows: on the --

Ute firm will he prosecuted to conclusion by S -'I. .IS 8 and E. situated, lying nd being one mile CounTy Tar-Collectors: Sale.. North by thelands William Thorn os eurri 5

tS CoL Spedoer, wko Js,authorized. receive al : ,. $220. : .ItUWABD. .! I II West of 'the Town NtTuansville. -, :' ,in. said, ,BY" VIBTUE jtauthrivIn ; S
,- S .moneys iue the firm. _" -VINO.JieeZi- informed- that the -I I 'canty'of, 1 ". mo; vested;by the East by the lanUs of the heiw.of TlTells, _' ',: -'
on evenS S I4w I will ,
.c.; J WILSON ,- expose for sale, -before the courthouse of Per kins and <
SPENCER S.i S :lug ofihe seventh of November about I on the South by the lands Cyrus ; :> .-
J. McROBERT B.\KER. 8Ji rjff.igdEx.off. Tax, CoZkcfor.S ., door, in the* town Newnansville on the I on the West by the, lands of the, heirs Tof N" ". t
nine
w. :August 1850. o'clock, .fiverten came.to the house of a j S November,\1850.. 6n first Monday 'in Jane.A D, 1851,,-so :muchof Brush deed. ". '

-4._.- S free negro woman named MATILDA, who real' I I the lands Philip Hone.Lot No.3,.aituaed, $ '_. : C.. WILSON, S t ,:
des a/the month Black Creek aijd stole "
tvo.of lx Jltctofs Sa1e., lying'and being in Moses Levy twenty thousand < Collector. : '" ''
Notice. S 1",1ICbUt'Co4.1' -Sherffazzdj'.x.aff.Tax
1 her children, the. one-a girl :named -JUDY,5 acre tract, in the county of Alachua,'containing Itn-t ". .. '_ -
SIX months afUr date I shall present aged.about IS years, very black>..complexion! I:. nY,'.v RTUE.ofA .or1t1.in- me.vested bylaw 1666 acres more or less,'tbird rate land NoTriibcr3l180., S ', .

.ooantsand( c er'-a the. Administratrir my ace tout and well ,grown the other a boy named.CH .I will expose for sale,in front of the CourtUot.sedoortn or so much thereofnswihl. pay the State and .Alachua Co. Tax jull ct, r'8 Sale. -
t .of the Estate or.oaha' 'R. II gan-o the Hoi .aged.about 10 years, of .a rather the Town .Newnansville,on County tax/due thereon for the year 1850., together :
Jajgeof Probaeof CoUmiauty .nd the yellow compleziop., hereby offer.|re ward> oloae f .the fir&t"' .M6nda>!'inJune, A. p, 1851,-'the Withal necessary expenses attending.the BY- VIRTUE orautbority in me vesiedbylaw" -S -

J.A: !* the aIDe time-apby to stid ( hundred, ,dollars: for the::.recovery -of the. following najie4jectjonsor.BOBiu ui'then-of'u' sale thereof.the,above being a portion of 1 will expose for TBale before'the.CourtHouse S
..di1schlf6e ttom said.minUtratoa of SdiiSi children. and conviction' the thieves.' will pay .tho iSUtt atvd Country Tax, Assessed theAidondo-Grant.. / door .in.the Town ,of Newnansville,on

$i ttrested are desired take .W;,H. G,'SAlDERS-, 'against ThomasJMorphy. decU"and. due there.' .. ., C. L WILSON, thefirstMon'.Iayin4une, A.D. ISol.soTmuchof ;
,no&r Oaardian.for A. 1> 1830 with the Jixrids oMtkinson and Clark, 'knpinas ., '.
5. ,ESTHER RATJLERSONWoiicc. Matilda tQr.theea : -together nfl Sheriff an&Ex-off.Tax Collector.NoTember '
.
11 McINTOSH,. necessary,' xp nles' attending1 said salo,-tue .30: ,-iso -Cm thc Atkinson .and Cbrk'grjkbt, containing six
!
..' AiI1btorjeaelGthlsA4mInwratrixtiI : ; S .JOHN HAMILTON,, came beuagappjftlon.of-Arredondo GwnVtnatedlyin thousand acres more.or esslyingand being in -
-:-- S ;Jjr Flovida Republican,Tallahassee fieri &n41xeing in Vhe, 'said..county.. of I I'Alach I To'wnships1'I* 8 JL, Ranges '17-and.t8 8, -
*ian, Bentinel, N.0;Delta and'Sarannth Qeor-. a"-an d'known .as't follows ?Iz: iectl utowshIp1O1ango2O I Alacliua ., Tax Coilpctor's Sale.. 'orb 'much;thereof us jrill l pay _'the .State antI -. -
ix'. ,m D..tp84fteio 9! tf E containing'640 : i Coubty.Ta:due thereon for the ycar i D.'J 830' .-
lau.-.uIpleaae'oopj. 'BY hOrhy'b *
; Y: n dat.eIshallr-resenl'm1 c'h ,. : : nor ; : ,. I yiBTUEfdf; to8T* tctl. 1'J I -
';'" auDt..Dd.O.lIcl& as AdmlnUtratorf 1 acres more pr'less and bounded follows:: I law,-I will expose for sale before the.court housed tOgtherit1iaU necessary upensesaUtnding. ,. "
(: e. te ofOog S. Payne ta the Non .J1ot1h. by th.ludl':now wn ,"en lormetl"I r.bit ir'to n'ot Newnansrille,'on the fist the sale ores,thereof and; bounded t foUows. '"
:i 1 :4DMJXISTR4TOR'S JOrlC : the east byihOIand North .and Wfst by vacant land, East and -"
1je1ofProb.ates 0tRiiLborougb County and bwedbyfBLevon. Monday inJuneA, D1851.so much the lands o( ..
1r time apply to ild ''ouVt for SlX'weeka after date I:shall apply' to) the of the estate of#Brush j deed,on the south by i .Brtckenbrougb/et., lot No. 6, situated, ly. South by vacant Undsjof James pen.decdi and .. t .:
ftdisehi rge raw the .Administration. oftbeC D. Judge Probate Hflbborough ul1- thelands. pf John'HJ>wls in right of.bis wife" lug and being in tHe N portion of M E Levy's I situated betweenJKewiansvflle and the. Aatnral _

": Ca ll.P10flSetCsted ate dhirt4. ti ty, for leUen.ot administration 'QO' tbeEstateofWLLIJ4M4SliCEOFPlte 'on the.Trestby.the Jan ','of.the.estate,of Peter I Twenty Thousand"Act*Tractf in,the_county,of I Brbfge.on.the"SantafeejRiTer.. Section 20, -
.
tsoZice. .. \ of ald ount'V M1tcbeldec&5. ? 19r Range 18. .SecUon24,13Uangel1Wei' .
j" ,, Alacbua.containtaining'!1066 {acres, more or ,
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IOHN. rDARLlNG..44U dec. 'JOhNDARLING; ; -S S t. t ,9: :L.11LSONS. { less, or so much" thereof as wilt pay the' Stale bjz ection :,4,33,32,29,19. in Jlangc !1.5, and .. :

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_ ; 'THE, NEWS U'should. be left to. 'tb'. Convention. ,: ,New,' l ,HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATS AND .:ectioni, t finds that:Fran. e1mpo ts a .or.e 'yoU, that foreign. ration should inundate
:1 : tir'I than site ,.to the amount of two us 'wiih. useful produce every des
experts
: I hastakenplace
which, all agreed, had_ ibo, power to.act TUB FUGITIVE LAW,-:-A, gr' at,
conclude and ask in
of
,l hundred ntjiliofts fiancs ami cription nothing ret irn ;-
in that'matter; while many 'doubted. ) thepower ,:: among the politicians J.D' N.Hampshire" *,that France loses. two. hundred millions that our importations should be infinite: ,

of-the Legislature.:: A separate !: : in consequence, of a letter of'francs'j"early. Tin American and ou r('xporaat i'rls nothing. I Imagine

bill in .the House, for the appointment. ,'.ol\Jr..J hn Atwood, the democratic financier. tliscovcis that the U. Stairs all tills, and sail) I defy you to prove

-. .- --- = \IDelegnt. .aknd been indefinitely! .postponed I .candidate( fit Governor, to the free sollers import yearly iweisty-six millions of that we shall be the poorer in consequence. .
-
JACKSONVILLE. J.NU.o.UrSst: But a minority in! the latter J in favor .of a"repeal. or essential, dollars more than they export, and concludes ."
-- 'that we ,either I lose that amount, If Mr. Corwin should still have- any
QT A friend has kindly )presented body, sufficient to control! the Convention modification of the.fugitive slave law. orate t'unning up debt to foreigners.- ubt:4.'c..ucerlmg his doctrine of the

us with the "Act to regulate the Pilot bill, (which required.iwo-1hirb,). puhliphes: ; a second:!letter explainingthat The> .French' economist advises protective balance: of trade, it will be easy for himto r

age of the River St. Johns" passed at considered that the failure to appoint l the'filst was b.ut. a' 'rough draft. duties as tho icmedy j so does the remove them, by a little experiment

the ) but for the Delegates would he construed in'other winch ho had under consideration, but American Secretary. on his own account. Mr. Oorwin is
present Legislature, The fallacy both of the Erenchmanand from Ohio, and Pork is the great staple
States as a refusal to ratu; with finally concluded not to make -reply
want of room we are unablo to publish cop any the' American, is,so neatly)' and un of his State. Let him make a purchase *
it this week; : them in such a Congress, and the exes to the free Boilers j' some parties into answerable refuted by Dastiat! tbu'e of ono hundred barrels of i'leMs

Pr :+ion oft determination to net with' whose hands he had put it, publishedit copy the- passage''here, ami, inasmuchas Pork, at Cinl'innati1aer it may co't

The Magnolia. out consulting there opinion. The minority without his consent. He says now, Mr. COf\vin.doe. not,.we' believe, see him, perhaps, S10.50, arid let him cause .

The N. York Correspondent of the In the House therefore used, their that as a christian and a patriot, h,' tho Evening Post, and we are sn.w never it to be exported from that city to New

Savannah Jtotw, dated 25th December, power on the Convention bill in orderto shall stand by the taro Compromisemeasures read Bastiat, we shall "make him n York. If he should get bark for it inmoru'y
I visited beautiful steamboat compliment" as the Irish say, of a copy and goods $1,237 50, which it
t :-- a very
ays carry out their views| reference to as a whole.COUNTERFEIT ) of this number of our journal."A would bring, at the present her ,

}'estel day called the Magnolia, the appointment of Delegates to the merchant, one of my friends, having Mr. Corwin, according to the theory
,
SPANISH Coma.-
which has been built by Mr.. Thomas So-ithern Congress.. As all the members had two business tranactions, with laid .down in his report, will have lost
of this and intended to Thomps 1 n's Bank Note .Reporter cautions different results I have been His will t
Collyer city, runbetween of both Houses were in favor of the very cur. money. imports have ex.
Savannah and Palatka, Florida, I State represented in such Congress the public against receiving Spanish ious to compare on this subject, the accounts ceeded his exports by neatly tWit hun
touching at all the principal places pnI I being silve. r coins. Spanish doUurs'nlc of the counter, with those of the dred dollars, nnd ho will be so much
differing only as to tho mannerof in citcu l ation which are such excellent custom house, interpreted by Mr. Lesti- the poorer for having sent his ventureof
the Mr. M. Cohen
route. A. ati en appointing the Delegates, and as they budois with the sanction of our six Pork to th. New York malct. A
terprising merchant (If Savannah, is to counter!Bits.that the ordinary tests with hundred in the
of legislators. counting and
were almost as unanimous "n favor a acids nib of avail. of plain man money,
act as agent 1 lam told. The boat is not it no They are copper ** Mr. T. despatched from Haver a compatring it with the original i cost! of
Convention ,f the State, was not a thickly coated with silver, and tan
quite completed a little carpenter'swork vessel, freighted lor the United Slates, the commodity, would ass.ire Mr. ( or-
yet, work of much time or difficulty to bring only be detected by filing.
it with French merchandise, principallyParisian win that he was a gamer by the trans
remains unfinished, but is expected -
off them together, as soon as the fate of a--:: The attempt to light Paisley articles valued at 200,0001' ncti'-n, but that would be clearly against
will
that she 'get by Saturday the Senate bill showed them what consequences with rcd-Jmired girls has been abandoned. Such was the amount entered at the the theory of the balance of trade, and

next, (28 ult.) She is not very large, ,must follow the uncompromising custom house. The cargo, on its ai rival therefore the plain man must be in the

but it is a beautiful model, and fitted up adhesion tn their favorite views at New Orleans, had paid ten percent wrong. '
with neatness and elegance. The ornaments the Houses The Balance of Trade.In expenses, ond was liable to thirty On the other hand, if the Pork were
final
The of
white ground votes two on [ the comments we made yesterday per cent duties, which raided its valueto 'lobe spoiled in the transportation! to N.
a
gold on
are Mr. Campbell's bill, were n triumphant on that part tiC the Treasury Report, in 280,000f."It York, so that it should become a total
and) are very tasteful) Sho has eight vindication of the patriotism and deter-! which Mr. Corwin compared the exportsof was sold at twenty per cent pro. loss, JIr. (orwin having exported go'.ds

state looms on the upper or promenadedeck dermination c f the Legislature.: the country with its imports, and expresses fit on its original value, which being to the amount of'a thousand dollars,
and eight in the saloon on the his alarm at finding that we 40,000 francs, the price of sale was and got nothing in return, would he liMe

main deck aft, from which you descendto WANT OF TROOPS.-The Fort Smith have brought more wealth into the 320,000 francs, which the assignee to congratulate himself that although

the berths, intended for the servant! Herald of the 6th inst, says that Col. country limn we have sent out of,it, an counted into cottons. These cottons people in general might look upon him
call Raiford, Creek agent, called upon Gen. accidental Misplacing of !tart of two again had to pay for expenses of transportation as a looser, yet by his own theory of
who will bo thus within whenever
sentence made the argument used insurrencecommissions&c i the balance of trade, he had doubled tho
they are wanted. There are accommodations Arbunckly at that place for ah escort unintelligible. tho matter is'of great ttn per cent. t>o that when the return money mv Med ill the enterprise.X.Y. \

f"1 se\"enty.five passengers, of of U. S. troops, to serve as guard in importance wo here reproduce the entire cargo arrived at Havre, its value hud Evening Post.

whom, about fifty will have state rooms. transporting funds in his hands, nm-iun- passage, corrected: risen to 352,000 francs and it was'thus
has been donewithin ring. to obuut'$125)000. from the Choctaw u \I r. Corwin has! made another dis entered at the customhouse. Finally, Slavery Movements in CaliforniaThe
The fitting ,evidently
view up the comfort of the Agency to'ihe Creek Agency, a.j covery, which alarms! him very much. Mr. T. realized again on this return New York Tribune says that private
to passengers \\'e have sent abroad, in the past year, cargo twenty per cent. profit, atnoun- advices from Caliloinia Hate that
?, and indeed a mote commodi- distance of eighty miles. There. being merchandise and specie, to die value of ting1o70,400francs. The coiions I ihu, many <>f the cnpiinlMS in that Mate

eus boat for her size I have never seen: nn troops at Fort Smith, Gen. A. will about one hundred and fifty.two millions sold for 422,400 francs are making a tmove for a change in '

Her.length is 140 feet, and 24 ft bin.: have tn order an escort from Fort Jib of dollars. We have imported, in "If Mr. Le-stibudois requires it, I will the constitution of California, *o us In :"

weadth of beam and she has eight feet son. There are in the hands of the foreign goods and specie, one hundred send him an extract from tin Lotof introduce African slavery.An .
and seventy eight millions of Uoli.irs. Mr. T-. He will there see creditedto argument us tsl by: the friends
depth of hole: superintendent, Col. Drennen, upwardsof$400OoO At this .discovery, !Mr. Porwin's hair the account of profit and lss,-that lie hue :riinproini has hart, that C'ali

Her engine and boiler were constructed for the different I Indian agencies rises on enJ. Here, he exclaims, is an is to say, set down n$ gained two forni.t could if she desired slavery, ;o

b}y the celebrated firm" of Hodman under his sup rintendenr.In )'.- xtravagant and unsafe importaionhere sums, the one of 40,000 the other of alter her constitution a* to admit the '

& Co.;at the city Foundary inVest st. I a few days Col. D. was to bring is a vast debt due to foreigners : 70,103francs, and Mr. T- A-els pei- Institution, and that if the-country wasad.tpttl : .F
nearly $1,200,000 from New Oilcans, "lo s, when they take their first lessons fectly certain thai, as: regards thee, to shave lab'...thc+ people' would '
and I think uiil that the engineis
you say in political economy, are often beset there is no mistake in his ac--ouiit. hot fish to consult: their huicsts lyemploying
a modle one, and that it reflect infinite to be paid to the Cherokees. by similar fears. U' hen they learn "iSTo\v uhnr conclusion does Mr. Lea it- 'I 1 Lat the people auld alter

credit upon the establishment. It LAND WARRANTS.-Jl Singular Case. hmveverthat I the goods which we send aibudois draw from the amounts enter- their constitution, we have m ver
combines beauty and elegance, with out are greatly increased in value on eel.at the custom house in lh>s opera. denied, (but that there was any prospect
-An old soldier living at Haiper's Fer- tion I! He thence learns tbat France ,:
and arriving at a foreign market, that in the of their doing so, while, a laig tna
great strength and durability, propelled ry, Va., being entitled to 169 acre- of ordinary course ot commerce, they are has exported 200,000 francs, and imported it- of the |opiil.itioo of the Slate was
the boat on her trial trip a few land under'the new bounty act, btain-; i old\ there foi prices which cover alt : 320,000, whence the n.*norab!,- I corposed of adv Itul ers sj'CcuLturs

days since at the rate of about 20 miles ed from the patent office the necessary : the expenses of their transportation, deputy concludes that she has spent, from the free StaleSjWho Iud no pertua

an noufl A- .4rnU'1raltle..d rac... .of _t._ i 3r.-c __ 1-r-...hisJandJ1 I and yield a profit beside to all who areconcerned dissipated her previous savings, that uent interest in the country, and waosc
'-ped'h: n we consider all the circum selected h i on ,a tract of unoccupied:) -;., r.J"p J.t'-|.- j*. &. impoverishing! herwirr-' nd that prejudices were ag.iint the ins'ituti, ,
she has
of them, their alarms ab \es. squandered on n turtrign notion we tavr-Stu-njsdout.trtt.IthaUGceuice
stances. Government land at Harper's Ferry, "They then begin to see that, to pur .152,000 francs of her capital. evident in tlit fnne-l ;.dttiifs>ioo title!
The engine has a 32 inch cylinder being more convenient in his estimation sue a healthy and successful trade, our "Sometime after this transaction, Mr. new Mate into the Union to t. c1Uthola

ttiid9: feet stroke-there are two boilers: than travelling over the wilds of Ore imports mUd exceed our exports in val T despatched) another vessel I very frin the intention ol those: concern

each 24 feet long, and 5 feet diamater ; Minesota or California: The old ue ; we.must bring back more than we again freighted with national produceto the vas t territories on the Pacifir, to
She gon, send away. Mr. Lorwin says there i isa the nmouut of 200.000 francs. But I admit <>f a reasonable belief that the institution -
and
two smoke pipes one spar. soldier has consulted able legal gentlemen balance ot t venty-six millions againstus. the vessel foundered leaving the port, would ever be allowed a foothold -

has been supplied with three life boats who have given it as their opinionthat He should have said, there is a and Mr. T--- had only tll inscribeon there, however much the interest

.of the most approved construction: he can hold the land, as the bounty balance of twenty-six millions in our hid books two little items thus wor of the community might demand it.-

The command of this beautiful boat act allows the location upon any unoccupied rav. r.Ve are twenty-nix millions the ded : Therefore, we were unable to find, m

has been given to Oapt P, McNelty Government land. The richer on account of our foreign trade. 'Sundries due to....200,000 francs, this vague snnr.ise of a possible chungo
N. Rodman is the clerk proper. We bring back in the proceeds of our for purchase of dive !frticles despatch of the 'ns.titmuHi of the State, any
J.
,
your city; ty thus selected is said to bo worth at goods, so much more than we exported.1IVe td by vessel N. mitigation of lI.e'Iong which had been

who is much respected) here, and re- least $150,000.LAMENTABLE. \ have before us Bastiat's "Soph Profit and loss due to sundr ies=, 20J- inflicted up.-n the South bp the "tres

mllrkat.1e for his civility and politeness. isms of the Protective Policy an exceedingly 000 francs for final and total loss of passers" on her domain. .
8UOWI Mr. A
I very, clever book, translated by cargo." Recent indications, however, sccmtO
I i Chairman. of the Senate' Committee on .Mrs. McCord, of South Carolina,'whichwe "in the meantime the custom' House favor the ultimate verifications of whatwe r

The Legislature and the. Convention School: and Colleges, in a recent re would recommend; to the perusal of inscribed 200,000 francs: upon us list of have heretofore conceived t') be a

i port, complies a \table from the State Mr. Corwin, before he makes another exportations, and Uil there can of course merely chimerical ilea, oppose;; to all
annual report to Congress. If he wereto be nothing to balance this entry on the rational views" anti discredited: .even by -
: census returns of 1848 showing in the
Tho NatienaHntelligencer of Friday, learn nothing} else from it, he might, list of.importation"! it hence follows, those who advanced it in the way of
i/iI has, among its latest news from South I State (exclusivoof Santa Rosa and Dade at least, be instructed that there ate that Mr. Lestibudois and the Chamber argument, It is a notorious fact, that

Carolinarthe following statement un i counties, which were: not returned) some-absuidities 'so completely exploded must see ir. this wreck, a clear profit to within the past four oi five months, the

der date of the 17th inst, from Columbia 9,996 children. between the age of five that it is well to avoid them in France, of 200,000 francs." emigration (tom hits been much larger ,
and eighteen/rather" an old child by such a state paper as the aun'ual Trea "We may draw, however, yet another than the emigration tn California. ,
: if for the of. viz Thetenor of the late has been
sury Report, only Bake escaping conclusion : that according to accounts
the of whom read
of of )- 2,942
"The House Representatives way can the imputation of ignorance in the Balance of Trade theory, France less encouraging t<+ adventurers than .
South Carolina rejected yesterday, by and write, 1,814 can read only, and '
regard to the commonest matters.- has an exceedingly simple manner of were those first I nufactuied for tho
thirty-one majority, the Senate's consider bill 5,210 can neither read t.or write. Of With respect to this ncy of''Mr.) Cor constantly doubling her capital. It is put; pose of swelling emigration from ";

calling s a State Convention to :.this. latter, number 1,665 are in the win, about the balance ot'trade'it: appears also necessary, to accomplish this. that the Northern Stalea. Fortunes are not .
the
s. ._,.. matters relating slavery question of: that I Middle_Circuit j Jackson county numbers from Bastiat's:treaties 'that the she should, alle.r.eoterang at the custom now made in 'a month by speculators: ;
nud other things growing out : shrewder part of the French protectionists house her articles for exportation, cause nor are thousand dollar lump of Gold
i 71'1 and Columbia 654. These
subject. give it.up, as too preposterous 1,0"be them to be thrown. into the sea. By picked up now as formerly! every day 09
.4 ,:. The telegraphic! despatches to Char i are lamentable factscould'enY) thing i.nsisted.upon. Mr. Uauthier de RCmil- this couise, her exportations! can speedily the gUI fuc- Gold mountains hayc diminished .t

n 'Ie.tonvere so worded that those who I bo more so ?)-and they call for'good Iy says.: "Assuredly no o wishes to I he made:.to:equal l her capital j importation : into mole hills, and the "dig? .

'' ,did not know or remember the stringent I men in the various counties io.fester call'up from theU.-'graves the. defunct I will be .riothifi k, and our gain gings have become grave holes instead .1

-.' provisions of our Constitution in themsulves toy establish neighborhood theories of the balance of trade.' Oih will be all that the ocean has.swallod- of Gold holes, as they were proviout
i era, howevjr, like Mr. Corwin, cling to ed up." to the formation of the constitution.: J t
\i.; reference to the'calling of a Oonven- schools. This could 'be done at small it, with. a certain stolid tenacity.a6d "You are joking, 'tbe protectionistswill Tho ,ands have died from the pnvaiiotr -r

to ;-mtghtJod..obeh.votLat.. there, expense,"under' JUt .itinerating ,system, !among these is one M.Lestibudois, who I reyly. You know that it is impossible incident to reckless adveniuie, while ,
was a majority of the House opposed suggested in the'Governor's. Mess gp; states.his position thus : 'v i .that we should utter such absur tens of thousand have !luturned,disappointed to ,

ro the Senate bill. Nothing leas than One! competent teacher might be,employed "The amount of importation is,aug.. dities.. Nevertheless: I answer,''you do to their homes in the States,u n* .t
", meriting and suppressing that, 'of.'exp'or-: utter them,:and.what is more, give til as Mr. remarked. in, &>* .t
,. .. two-thtrds of the full number uf'acb, 1 _to, take char are of four of,eveneix you Bejnen
tation. Every year France buys more them life,.you exercise them practicallyupon speech in this city, perhaps two thirds f
,9 .,. ; .. { :House is competent to order a Conven.lion. adjacent neighborhood schools) in a and '-sells less native
foreign fellow consul
produce
.: r ,. ".p :': ; your citizens, as much, at of the Americans who! gave a Z
ii ; L9 xf 'f' '' The Senate bill passed through county,. given two'or, three -month*' tent'ioi1to' t- produce. In J84-2, we see the imPortation .least, as .is, in your Power.to do. lion to California, ,excluding the S.rutlt l

':"..j p its several stages in.tho House. by large each. Up: to a veiyf. recent exceed, the exportation by "The truth. it, that the theory of the from a participation in the: domain j

,. .$:. majorities, till it came to the 'final vote date, ,the_boasted ,common school :;system ,' two hundred millions. This appears balance. of trade shuld.be precisely re, which she had a joint right with the t
House of New did to me -to prove in the. clearest manner versed.. The, profits accruing to the other States of the Union, are now back Ipl
will the England not
... :,..,. .on the question, agree gc'fleraJit.pro ,,,'that .nati-c.Y-c_ labor: ,.is -not 'sufficiently .nation from any foreign com me re 1 ildin citizens, .in the States: of their .1
;;, bill 1 which resulted 75 ,ide more than three.months'schooling .
'io this ,yeas J that 1
protected; we are provided should ,be calculated by the overplus o natvty. ..
.
:: : ', ass 42' There not being two-thirds of i i in the M year MMMMMM, M MM MMMMM for=by foreign labor'itnd that the. .competition the importation above.the- exportation The Gold mania is fast dying" out -t

S t .'.;.; ,the full House, .the bill was, lost. SOUTH CAKOUBI 'LEGIIL Tt7RE.-In of r. rival?oppresses. our industry This overplus after the reduction o. -tbo'labor ofdigging the precious)metal r
.' )di It is proper/here' to state, tbo points' I I accordance with 'a resolution! ; of the *' ** &' country may spond, 'expensesis the_ :real gain. Here'we from the mines is not what'it teal
diaslpate:its 'Previous! 'savmsss.may impoverish ',have the; true. theory and it is one .originally supposed tQ beand'in another l3
j ;'. '-of disagreement i, between the Members.. Hoaso: ,of, Representatives; directing e' itself, and J b the consumption ,which leads directly i to freedom trade year (few white men' will bo found tq< t

The Senate bill 'crude no, provision fort list:of the members. to be, made. out' of? 'rtaaiattoaal'caPital go, gradually to I now,: gentleman: abandon you this risk health and life: in' the 'precarious ,tf

.; .t ,:' ; the appointment of Delegates, to- 'aScuthern : specifying' their. professions and. ,nccu,' : ruin. This, is precisely what 'we auf theory. L As' I''have done all those of the pursuit of Gold.. The, discovery hat t
and its ) ': e doing.ogi'ce" _rYJear iwofhuo*' "preceding_chapters. Do with has.you perhaps already been made,. that the a
,4 i : : :. .Congress. ,. ".adPB.} i it'has been reported that there .
} : : Purd'now ,dred millions lo"foreign i nations/s'Tbe -:p.l e le..'exaggerate .it us you will! ; it has Gold .'}mine in Califlirnln, nn in nil othr l
:' ;1 .. i} t, friends were opposed: such, appoint, *, in that body 70,planlef','.42 Poditioii'hero.taken is"precisely 1 ''i.I1.g'.t"e r:;' Pul it to the fury er countries, 'in order. jo "Lpr9.fitabIB'' .,

;!; ::.: .. -- eD.b. )' .the .Legislature.. ; :They thought: lawyers, ,' physician*, and 3- merchants. I t that',!of'.\1r/C9r,win,. TVK0 F/enefi-pru-! .Uicgtextreme! !'! t !;imagine, :if.it so.pleases most: be worked by associated: or slave

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l labor. The commercial and! agricultulal towns-to-.repeal the-*Indians and keep; 'the ,- -- : ;CoueotVirginia. .. -. )'. At:a.printei Vfesti'al held! ,in, Nashville -- _: ....Daguerr.eo'lpcs.. ,

;micro-is' "ftlle ci.untry arc identified emigrant trail open.Ve : The editors of that the ."type s'ick"! was toasted(!, and .HlHAATAt SKY-LIGHT DAGUER- >
\ tice of difficultieswifhlhf startling paper, ',\VILLlj will remain In :
.1 intercuts, and i ii is not n<> accounts, described as "the charmed! casket by
\viili the mining: thfe Lynchbuig Rrpublicanin referringto J3t:- nri11e until! the TENTH of
Indiana in several JANUARY -
which the .1empireatd
of affairs holds the
dest.lrai
quarera.At printer : s ('
unl.kely. tiJertbe newaspct the future_ course of. Virginia, thus. MfforuT1persons:: in the' Country snopponunity .- -
: iti.a those! who *i "irifl m. California and Sacramento city, property of the strikes.the nail on the head-"\Vc arc :! stales'and communities! ) as of prw'riog.some of the best I'icmnrrser .

.; \\,11', hare a r'II"" 111:1'1111 ;nteu.tt in thecuniv value} of 45,000had: be
of and beautiful Cases.f3r 4
'he iiitroJuelion
may f:1n.t fire.Lieut. ti.'usups'n this ubjectpIUtle5"b.jniJ and The PavilIntU1 bcclcscJ from the .- -
lstrarts. Derby, U. S. Topo raphi- A CuLWARr Cox.-Q. Why ought : .
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slaves'w ihe mining security bo giveathatihey, will be executed 24th of December to tLc istitJaniiry.
be half cooked I ABe
alterationof cal Bngineers hid left San Francisco meat to only
I In such und event HS the when adopted. The Legislaturehas JaCkEtlTiIie, l) c. 3.J !). tfAdministratrix's :
the constitution ol (;allf..rnloVt' for the purpose of exploring' the Bio sworn enough in Flanders, nnd ("ausoVMl S dine cannot .bt.lllljJflI' '

think it very proUablc that those who Colorado should now act. or' foiever afterwardshold Nor Tit ti..":':' The_Norfolk's contradict Sale. 's.
ueieso desirous that ihe new Slnthould *- The numbor of passenger arrived at iti The miseiable llEtaln3blennd: ccnlre LA Wand MrS-
peace. policy the report that the big Saip
in October T
Pacific San Francisco by was
of ea
whole ,
embrace the our CELLVNEOUS Lllilt.\R\ of the late
of resolutions World
;adopting tpa.ricide justto Pennsylvania is lo be sent to the
border will be willing for a reduction 1301, nnd the number that left in the VVillLtm:U. ra'kecbr.uct ilec&.sed: will be -
very back out from them when the emergency Ftfir. .
of her lamil Should the thing same time by sea, was 5590-so the offeretl forage auction oa MONDAY,the\ th .
which
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they nre'deaigned to meet JANUARY, IS517er .
occur, we muy esprcl 10 iCe some poll tide was setting outwards. arise, is disgraceful: to a $'tate as A GOOD SIGN.-Tiie Mississippi Legislature ns of Sale-All sums umltr fifty dolLtrs,
.
,1 tical novelnes, such as the cxsgencesof The amount of bullion cleared fr ra a similar 'M;1 otciing policy would be.inati i has ordered the printing of 15.- cosh ; on all sum over fifty JolUrs, twcUc

the country have n"tet developed. San Francisco, from the 1st November individu.il, and has done more to 000 copies Washington's Farewell months credit will be allowed fur approved-

to the 13th, was $2,048,000. I Adlre .car ly.
Slave Case in Philadelphia-Great The amount of receipts at that port prostrate the cause o(t be routb:; than Catalogues wiSl be pirpired f.:r distntutiu
al// other combined. Pass
causes as early as possible.
for duties from 'lie 1st October to the sliongnotintercouse We
ll.ix.
H-wT. PiiLisn You.o
: Excitement.PHILADEPHIA. I resolves if pl>*asc- A ELLEN \.. BP.OeKFNBSOUGIJ: '
21,t, was $170,953, you read in a Sheffield paper that "the last r1Wtrat1 %,
21 1850. 4 do anything to nrrest if possible the
Dec. ,
is December,21850, Ida .
polish to a piece cutlerly given by
noun to-day, consideiable! ex. The News by the Africa.The tide Northern aggiession now threatening ;
About the hand of a woman.11 The same maybe
citement was caused in this city by thethearriit threatened war in Germanyfrom us with rUing-but for mercy said of human cutlery, that "the Master's Sale of Valuable Real

of Ad. m Gibson, a cl"ied the current reports, seems to have.been sate do not make Virginia say the la. blade i is
t polish to a young given by Estate. #
fcurth time, that if so and *o QD done
nominal stealingchicken ,
man, on i charge "f. ntayrd f--r the present,and, as a matterof mixing with female society."
*, but re illy as a fugitive. slav. couise, the influence of the amicabl she will do so and so at all bazar.ls-! i.," BY VIRTUE of a decretal order of the t'u-

belonging! to \\,.Kfli ht of Cecil count\ news was almost instantly experiencein No more platforms, gentlemen lo be THE (hRL9.-They think of Hymen Northern trict District Court of of Floruit the Uuitcd,:madeon States the fur 14th the

.Mar)'Ian.'I. He was taken to the U.la'50al's r*. the "nriou "'tnarkets. broken through when pressure comes. and they can't help sighing. When lay of June, 1819 the uudcrsgmd: u Master

:\ office, and a hearing shortly The scarcity of silvei continues to their lovers forsake them they can'i in Chancery ofsaii court, will offer for sale at

after took place before Edward D. Ingrahat sittract considerable attention and has huuGRA T .-Daring fIe month of help er 'jng. They sit at the window and pnblic auction before the Court Hoiu-e" in the

Eq { 'ornnItsioIICr.ifter -till further ri November, 907 immigrants arrivedat can't theircorset roust of Jacksonville! in tLe county of Uuval,
), caused a
sevtr-tl\ ineffectual motions to metal. The money market, generally New York from Europe ; 12,786 be- *,bring on consumption' and can't following real.estate George! Kingsley, deed.,

posip.-neilie ra-e made by David PaulBrOkVti had also greatly improved. ing from Client Britain, and 1,361 from help dying. to wit.

and \lessisPierceand) lb. bast Cotton it appears, has been acted DRAYTOX ISLASD,

thet'Vidence of the dim was gone into upon by the pacific news (mm "Fader-: Fiance 1,071 I returning Californians Fine AISD LOSE OF r.trEThe dwelling Situated en Lake George, coatUnicg i seventeen <

tOll the identity fir the mgmwas:: land and large transaction were being are also included in the total. house of Mr. James P. Pope, nearMongomery hundred ((1700)I ) .lcrer,.lore N"lt' -valuable -
,
for its the of its soil and
f situation qmlify
the ,
burned
him Ala.
ho on
proie'! It}' on \xxitnei, u saw on entered into. was
for its lemon. and citron
thn farm of VVilIumSi.uk, in 184-1.=' jrnli regard to Germanic affairs, We gave an account in our paper night of the 10th ult, and two children. orang FORRESTER'S, POUT groves.

He waS claimed asE'nory Rice who there seems to be considerable doubt. yesterJay, of Mie arrest of a Fugitive aced seven and four years, perished in ,
Situated the St. Julia's River about sixteen
rntiauay i:. 184-1, and is now said to be The Liverpool Times of the 7ih remark Slave: inPitiladelphia: who wa, '(iO be the flames. miles below ou PaLitka, cont liuiog, about:eix-

35 oM.! cie.lit of the of Love be --- -------.----- --- .
city Brotherly ----
.years* that "the uncertainty whether tb"r e is hundred ((600)) acres,mere or lea-
1 1i.e prisoner's' counsel contended to be peace or war is as ever, and the it said,) promptly surrendered to his 'An ivals at the Jacksonville Hotel BUENA VISTA, .

that his: true naim* i j.Ailatn Gibson, orders for the -ainnments on both sides oivner. By lh* following extract froma Situated near For dfr's Point containingone

forau'ilx mx.ieJ by Partoa: Henry Davis have nut. been suspended. Philadelphia letter in the BaltimoreSun Dee: 30 2S--J Jom!M Sykes Perry, and F M son.Perrjant. Win. II thousand ((1 IGOOj) cres.more i r less., with an

bit liberated, by ihe last will of his <.wn Ihe'Papal Aggressions," as the re. it will he seen that these was a Sterans, aar.: orange grore opon it, r.o'1 .

t-r'u! 180, on .'unit.ion of emigratingi cent Catholic movements in, hngland fatal mistake the proceedings. The 31-Mr. Dibble, J M Cureton, Fla.Jan. SAN JOSE PLAXTATJOXTSituated .

Libi'rta. Tiits stat. ment'liS atttIpt. ave called still excite some of I letter says : 1-R C Gichrist: S. C, Darnel Burk, in Duval county on the River St.
degree Backport, Wm. A Meirs, W A Brigs and laJy. John's six miles from Jacksonville, contain vg
U certified
d! to b. MC.II-M a cory The fticmls of the alleged fugitive
)
[ attention. I However the and
reflecting N V, Patrick O'Connell and duij'nter Sarnn- three hundred ((300))Olcr-e3 wore or less, of which
of he will), sensible! portions of the people are be- slave are icj -iced to learn that lal"pro.es nab, George Cuthbert, Beaufort, S C*. Jaaar
'I 1 he cai>e was argued b/ William, E, gining to view the matter in a more 10 l lIe not the man, and has been sent Annett, N 5T, James: Stewart., .. Mr. Mattnir, open for cultivation, Oa the place Is a dwelt

LuA: : T Lit the claimant, and Missr- Christian like spiritand it is: to be hoped back by his reputed owner. Commissioner Florida. ling house, with necessary out-buhJicgs kc,
P.trce and Brow fur ihe defence. jrted 2-Dr. N Mvrion: G HallHamilton countyFlorida. ,
that, by the arrival ..f the next steamerve Ingraha-n : entirely too precipitate &c.The
he CtS'f ihe'arjnmenf the i if. this and above places offer great inducements to
A'
shall received the case, contrary to
information
\ gratifying 3-J B Cole Black Creek, :Fla.J ErCro vuivi and
purchaser being healthy, pieasamljsituated -
t'oiifru- i-trir detlucJ I li'a-t' all ilie for th;it all creeds are allowed to the opinions of all the disinterested: listeners anne sister, Gen, Win. II Freeze, Alligator, FlMarine :\. immediately on the River St. John', with

in.iitie uq'r.J: u\" tin law had Lecn worship after their own fashion. nt the lu-aiing. fertile lands, bearing mtny: of the tropical -."..

1 ilfiile'j.: and beinj :sHi: (id] ofth. fugi i From France the n,.\\ s is not very The desne to do justice to the South i Intelligence.1 i fruit, some cf them already: in a growing Stat.

.tixe'- dl"l1tilIII" .rJrirJ him to b.- ic- important as all political inteiests are has induced him to go fuither than the TERMS: .

nunil"iJ for: (}ie [purpose 01 being placed bound up in the German qinrrel.) The slave owners desire and at the same PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, JAN. 4th, 1851ENIEREU. One tuird cuth-bJfrince in one, two, and

i'i: lli-: |Is..e>>i.ii of his owner. Legi; Iitive: Assembly has declared its time apt with great injustice towards a three years,with iottrest,t:>bcsecurcJ by bead
A larje c'ro.v:1 of colo! >eil people COM- : free The evidence was frivolous of the purchaser,and mortgtze on the premises.
man. Y
ncutrali y, and in such a tone as toenfoice so Dec,-2Sth Brig Barmah Sargent. N GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS
. gie.jii'J in fror.t of Imiependeme! I Hall !I a strict obedience to its man nnd completely contradicted by J1n3J. Sch,. cioto McFarlanJNew, York Mtzsteiis Cltanerry.

tvht-re the tinn: heard: and they ,i! djtes. that for the prisoner, that his decision CLEARED.Dec. December, 1850 tf

Hill i-ontmucd il.criit a laic hour, bu __ was a matter of astonishment. The 2Sh-SchVandiliaTown1y y. Y:

lie lUtll\".* '';.d been remox'ed b\ the ; How it Works, I abolition society which oversee these do 30th-Scb, Prospect, Gina. Beaton Executor's Notice. '

Li k x\ny, anI xx.H go .Soasii; by the Air. John Myriik, a respectable citiZen cases willdoui.tless see that prosecution -.. -- SIS months after date tho undersgned will

r.iaM triiu this t'\ chin ; I of Hanlford North Carolina are commenced against the outrage Notice. apply to the Honorable Judge of Prob..te
County, for letters io1
of diiC1i ns Executor of the Estate ..
committed the who PAB>ERSH1P heretofore existing be-
: a short' time since, was preparing by men capturedhim. 'pill of Jchn H. hidden, Lite of the of
} DasLiter from Califor- Jl county
Iltfl; : tween the undersigned is this day dceol-
The stated when before
I to emigrate h his family and negror prisoner Ted mutual consent. Hiilsborough,deceased. :

nia.AKKIVAI. I to more outhein State. for the pur the ('thelommis-ioTier he was talking Those by indebted to the late firm will male A. II. IIEXDERSOS. Exetutor -
with the real about minutes Tampa, Flo.. Dec. 7, 185q. 6m _
r r. (J JF .J tIE I IHILADEL-I 'F pose establishing a cotton plantation fugitive I\\8' payment to P. MOODy, w h9 is authorized to settle -
A frwda the time which before he was arrested, and it is all-accounts.
s to
} previous .
1'IlL.I : ._ p.- J F. -1.1..1u>* Cv T JC CoMmtvr'*-Sal..
thMTfontmt natural th S'imarvBure
that
i TIG nnmixpimr nisr beriirmsed -
r.i!:" 'tIH..1J1p nut d:1j Thi I.ttrntcnn :;f : tlrtrcof hl departure:. u'"Qt has taken the alarm and put <>fl' ens. BlilNE.Jjclcsonville BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested L/
u flflJ
Dec. :n, 180':; tf law, I will fyr sale in front oitflRTour-
it bianley, U. :>. X. c in n in iin g, 3I'.j :; some half -l-/eij of them liemg averse 10 a pl kCP. of refuge. expose !
| House door, in the Town of Xewcansville! on
,
1 l '11hl:, flU II I ti.:1Lre. I!
I;I to. accompany their master, rail away Dissolution and Formation of the fiat Monday in June A D. JS51 tha
>i rhriug 1 332pi-s.ei'gfr; > and I Sll-i I Exi'E.vr: OF TEX is.-The a.ea of
> j i I h.*y were apprehended! after tiring oui following named sections or so much thereof
00,) uu fie.-jh, Le .iJc& a j,1rgc amount '!,I a few days, and lodged in the jail ot Tf"as'it" thoPearce mndary is 237- Copartnership. as will pay the State and County Tax, Assec- _
which is than irtnrcship heretofore existing un sed against D L Clinch and due
in prt.IC: I.iii'ts j 321 square miles, more Cop; thereon
Isle of U this State THE
> ight (Jounty in she firjn of CORETON, TITUS & for the A. D. 1S50 ,.itL all _. _
j1!,e nu'i,LCI i If.rassrn ers on the I sib j j 1 I five times the size of New York. It is year together necessary :-,
I On b<'ing >carched, treo papers were about four huiidrc.r'miles from San An- HARRIS, is this day dissolved by mutual con expenses attending saiJ sale,the eantebeingaportionofthe ,
mils h tcr' largp ',
found their sent. "ArredondoGrontiOCjacres
purporting to
U). this Url \.1 xxchax-e advices from c'omc from up-ill the Clerk persons of, that County, toni<5 to the nearest p..inf to New Mexico. CDRETON, TITUS & HARRIS. Adverse Gr.1nq situated, lying and be*.

S.n.Fe:1I..i. ('(j 10 the 15-n of Novemb. which to that have insidious From the month of the Rio Gtandeto Jacksonville,Dec.20.h, 1S5Q... (jau4) trig in the said county of.UlCUU11 Iud bounded .
MTVCS we
..r. There is no n-'xvs i'f importance prove El Pami'i i is about eight hundred and -. as follows: north by lands belonging to .
men i in."Ut midst who are acting I Tho business: : heretofore conJcatcd by the John Cocbran, couth by lands belonging _
tu 'the a'\\' pipyxxe ii-ixx received.Ihe the. part of abolitionist, and aiding' thirty rnie! in a straight line, and aboved named firm will be henceforward conducted J H Lewis & Thomas: Napier, east b.ltndf: ,belonging -

; 1 holer.i: :tpprarto have commitleJ diesu! misguided creatures in effecting( twice that distance by the riv.-r. From by. and under the firm if lo Wm.Thorn & John Cochrsn, west

great run j"s in sevrr.il towns in t I their to the North. the northeast corner- of the State to El CURETOSTITUS.. by lanJd belonging to J II Lewis & Thomas

California.Ve: nonce its existence in escape Paso i is about eight hundred and ..buymilts Jacksonville, January, 1851. Napier. Also, north by lands belonging to T -
Bit this: is not all, in connection with -: .V.pier&. D d Clinch south% by !
Lmndsbelougthg
>an Fiancipco dficramento:; San and about the same from the
City
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I this jnatter Mr Myrtck arrived with Sheriff's Sale. to J H Mcintosh, east by Ian J* belonging to J
Jose, Fremont, and other plac'esfI les his absconding property-which for the mouth of the Rio Grande to the northern VIRTUE of Decree of the Circuit III Lewis, west by lands belonging to Garej"Gr .
note. At $acramnntu ('ity it appears,, line. JY a I -int. Also, north-by lands belonging II
he had band-cuffed
(purpose: security, Court for the Eastern Circuit of Florida
tl) have been severe but at last Lewis& M E Levy, south by lands belonging to
very Thursday evening in the cars"of Portsmouth for Duval county, in Chancery: wherein A. H.
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(El JjIr.: Barnutn denies the Union the estate of N Brush deed., east by laud belonging
Recounts was gradually d'reasiufndthe sal James ii
Cole is B.Cole Defendant
,
( Complainant -
when of discovering
a the
to estate ofNBrush
party negroes deed. and M
plo-'nj ,nd ;alarm It had occasioned what was going on assembled that Jenny I-rnd ever gave,SJOOO to an made at the November Una in the E Ltvy; west by lands belonging to the, estate

xxas fast disappearing. At San Jose abolition i-ociejy, as has been rumored. I year 18O, I will expose to sale to tie highest ofJVBrnsadecd, and Townsend.C.: '
around the and IP the
the cars indulged bidder,in front of the Court House,in the Town .
Mence of ilic disease created WILSON
a most impudent language and odious Jacksonville Duval on the first Mon ,
county,
: g'ent panic: among the! Mixi<'an p.irtion epithfU in refeaence to the owner.- GIRM AND F.'i.-YOllOg: girls, day, in February, A.I)., IbSl,the following pro- November Sh(),r.ff:iSO CAd Ex-of. Tax Collector 6cr ,

of the easidenlB, and they 'left the place Indignant at being assailed in such from fou,teen to seventeen, aft foud oC perty.' real and personal- to wit: All and sin .
by hundreds AI San Franci3co gul.ir the goods wares, and merchandize, and
the dis.ei ,
e was .ihc dcciini manner, Mynck struck one of the aping the xvonan in their p'ress, and stock in trade, consUtin? of Dry Goods, Groceries Alachua (Jo. Tax Collector's Sale ,.. .
} on
Governor Burnett has fellows .vi th imisfist in the face, who in ar partial to long shaxvfs, which give Hardware, &C.,in the store of the smidda. BY virtue authority in me vested by lav, ? -
appointed threw brick at Mr. M. inflicting fen at Ferry and aforesaid I will! for !
return a f nt, irey's county expose s? ?, in front of the
Ji !Ige Shnttuck to a feat on the Bench a heavy blow in the. side. The the younglings a matronly appearance, iuclu'licg every thing ix. said stora. Abo all CourtHouse dooi. in the Town NewnacsTille

.of the Superior Court of an- Franciscil villian would have been shot the When they become woman in reality that tract or lot of land, situated, ling-:1nd on tbe first Monday in June, A. D, Ib51tho
made vacant b! the resignation of Judge on spot the being in Gorey's Ferry, in said county, together the following named sections or eo much thereof .
M"rpe. by Mr, Myrick had theie not been danger they are rAther-upt to go upon .op with the store and buil4instbqeon erected, as will pay the State aud County Tax.AfsesseJ -

The that some unoffending person in the posite tack, and! to assume the dress being the store and premises: now occupied by against Frederick Scan,and due therccij
trial of the Sacramento Squat.ters Lle( nd:1nt.Iso ,all and singular! a certain for the A D
crowd might have been wounded or and aiu of the year 1S50, together with alln vva about to take place at Bani- kilted from the darkness and confusion t, L girl. .Steam: 'Saw Mill in said town of GareyT8 Ferry, sary expenses attending said sale, thesame bt-
J .cia. '1 hey had engaged eminent coun- together with the Engine and' Alichinery! ing a portion of the ':'Arredondo Grant," situated
. eel. of'the hour. The offender was identified Earth is so kind), that ti 'kle her witha Blacksmith Shop Tools and every thins thert- lying and being in the said coanty of Alachuo

I By an arrival from Humboldt's and arrested yrst rday.and carried : hoe, she will ..smile with a (harvest. appertaining. Also the lot 9r piece of and known follows, vizW.i if 3. W .
Bay, before Justice Nash, of Portsmouth, ground upon which 8-vid! acammill is erected ;,i, Section 35townshiprlOS, range 232, con
tl Jhe Alta California learns that Mr. I). who ordered him to receive thirty lashes BROTHERLY LOVE.-Jack, Jack! crieda ,and which appertain to the same, being taming SO acres,bounded as follow viz: north ,
Turner of Kentucky! while on his the lot conveyed tCll. Defendant by DarlingC. by land of Elizabeth Ilobkirks, permit l land,
-,'. way to the mines xviih a drove of cattle on his bare back!. ,- well laid on, and sailor: ..n board a ship at scato.. one of .Prescott and Isaac Varne. Also 0,000 feet south by township line dividing township 10&

.w.t attacked three Mad that his owner be required: to give bondin his companion "* of ranging timber.. Also_the following j tracts, 1 J. east'and west by public laodi. Also N.; 'tVJ4'of .
River Jnilian
I by a heavy penalty for his future good Halloo replied Jack, what is it 1 pieces or parcels of land, situated: in said County N. E.# of section 38, township: 10 5, -
. *, about 20 miles from the settlement -' behavioui. In default of which.be was Your brother overboard of Dural;and which was entered by James range 22 E. ant bounded as follows; north: br -
and) killed. On the 31st October B..Cole, Darling CPrcscot and Benjamin Wid- public laud, south by lands claimed by David
committed He
: a party ofElke River Indians attacked In jail. is the propertyof Overboard' ? soo,and purchased from GoTernmen. ,to wit:- Morrission, east -by.lands claimed by (DavidMorrisson -
i Mr. James S. Fiayer at his ranche Alrd.V: bb. We have_ great reverence Blast the luck! he has got my.scaboots"ffl.n4 the Sonth-Eist quarter of the South-East quarter and west by Linda ofEIizabetEffob. .. .

: and killed him. for the law, but OU( opinion .la :monkey jacket on I Section No. 10, in Township South of kirks permit land. .
After monleringMr. that the miscreant should ba. hung.with. Range No. 24 East. AlsO the Soutb-Eost quarter C. L WILSON: "
F., they pluddervd the house (-f every- the benefit trtal like of the South-East quarter "Section No.28, Sheriff a id Ex-off. Tax Collccter. .
out as an Why Uti schoolmaster an engine .
example
tbing. Mr. F. was Dative of in Township Na. 4 South of range No. 21 East. No 30,1850.' Jta '
and only 26 of -England and terror to all others in like cases of' driver: 1 One trains, the mind,:the Together with all and singular the rights, merchandize. -- 1- ---c .. ::.
years A of =
.about 2f) proceeded from age.Humboldt party'and fendin .-?tOrlolk"ilrgtu: isthermirida, the train.. hereditaremenU and appertainan Notice. :-
to the uld premises, belonging or in any 'wise -
_Eureka. i iq pursuit; .of the murderers, Loys AND XAW.":" A ,young lawyer; Sal 11/) ."said lisping Bill Smut, "if appertaining._ SIX weeks from date; 1 shall o apply-to tb. .;
nod had put to death. seventeen In.. tho and if To be sold .by virtue of said Decree of Foreclosure Honorable Judge of Probate or.Naetaacounty -
t diana. who had paid his court to"a lady without you jWt )love me, |hay f yon ;, Fix,fo'r Letters of dmini-tntion of ihe-

The .much advancing bis. suit, accused !lave me cod_ y n't. yike, to thay- tho, JOHN G.SMITH Eterifi; D. C. estate James Pilot late' of Nassau coaaty. # _!

shun Sacramento Transcript; cantains her one.day of being,. insensible : the squeriho tny _hand.. __ By T.N!McCORMlCK JD.A .I deed.: ,ChARLES- C PELOT. ',.
a .
history of the hostilities :be. cover of love. j Administrator. >":.

t\\'cen.the whites nod Indians in El('Dorado ."It does DOt-101Jown she arfflly replied The editor of the Cayuga .Chief lets 4 'Daguerreotyphes.JL. : .December 7,Iaj. ,6 rHASTINGS ;:: -
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the latter county, which was commenced by "that ,lamlO.be1an.e. I am not his choler rise In this way;. .. Darned would respectfully give COMPOUND. STKUP. OF -- .

sad with murdering thiee miners to_be won by.the poweftC attorney" *''We would, ; say to the wretch who' notice to the public that: he has openedroomnsatthe \,.-- .- .. :._. : -.. -..::.
running others from' Malh ey'. "Forgive ", stole shirt CourtHouse where be will be happy JA cure for Consumption Decline Astams and '':
roe, replied the suitor, _our" from;, the line while we | ; 1::: .
Creek JnlVcbcrvjIIe.. Two hundred "but '1ou.abo remember that uU the were abed.wa.tingJ. r iicdry that we to wait upon all' wlro would have their LIKENESSES aU diseases theCocst,! and Lungs," __ : : -. ..:
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executed. Call and examine his '
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__ Private, ( Boarding House I -Alachua. Co.:Tax- -CollcctnrVSalt-- -.. V Iw'. and IIdrtnI..tvnl,: ..-'Tyii: : 1 V K .i P,',K i ft. G. I'--- 'If.0. U '

K f" k ,Br\TffiTDB of .utborft). in ,me Tested by ::' '. -
Jo! *. a .JeIL law I 1'111.txpose fur sale ,. ;, :ro- '. .
.. t ; In front of the Court, -T .. .:
.. : House door, lathe Town of Newnansvillc Gl:: .
on
.V A WINTER .
f. ugu s t i 'n e._ FALL AND [ .GOODS. ,
the first in .
Monday June, A. .D, 1351, the '\. ::
M". (.1. >. Papy blse opened his folio wing*named sections so much thereof Ilatuilfou Connly, Plaridfl.f .
Hording House for the! accommodation as will p.1yJhe State and County Tax ufsscssid THE ubscrib r.Las, notion hand: and offers I pUE UNDERSIGNED respectfully' inform I :JOSEPH

of InralI.h. :ud Traveller:* generally.; Ho re- against: 8. D.- Corbitt, and due thereon for sale at very reJuepricesmnewandwelIselected JL ,the Public.,that they are the Lessees of r prompt.and. effi
.turns !thinks 'or the liberal pitronnge which the year AV. 1800: together with all' necessary -. stock ofFulljd Winter,Goods, this_'celebrated Spring, and respectfully LAM CLAIMS; of:
iie has hitherto received, and hopes that InvaKli expense's attending said sale: thesaine be- comprising every artid&Jft. the Dry Good urge the afflicted to come and be healed. The I the late Florida
_w. and ol llers whtnnyvhit:: our: climate for ing known, the land ownd or form rJ1 .re' line, with mi !l.assortment oXPjncy Articles( selected virtue of the water is a u fixed fact"-not ideal. Wars in which

hwlth or pleasure, willgite him :LC.111. as no presented S 1) Corbitt, being) part.of a tract from the most Faa iontble .House's.He .--. To those afflicted RHEUMATISM, SCROFULA gogedoribo Jra

efforts Hill bs spaied to contribute. to their V of land .known as Levy's! 20OOU acre tract,si t-V has made. arrangement&No have goods nr- ,- DYSPEPSIA. ,-and the Thou & ills I and to any '!
.mfort. ted,'I lying, and being in,the said county of /llachaa rivg weekly, which will.enable him to keep his which mortals are heirs to, we would respectfully Agent or

Ills Hoiis>has, during the prcsnt si.lson. undergone "ttnd within the limits of the 'Mrmlondo stock complete sUggest that they try its virtues. believing! ring land
thorough repiirs-has bren furred Gr-Jnt."(John II Muir Agt.) Thankful for the 'paJronagp he has.received,p. from'many almost miraculous cares effected by other catt-s it will

throughout and i is,tbcrerort',entirely free from 4 C.' L. WILSON, he assures his old friqulalhaT{ : they can find just its use, that they also will be similarly]. benefi. turc nnd difficulty
d unpn s. The rooms are large and airy well Sheriff and Ex-ojf. Tnx Colhcior. what they want at the Brick Store, at prices ted. He will also act
furnished and comfortable. The establishmentis : i Nov. O, iSO. Gin that cannot fail to suit. .lIe would say to those Theseeker of pleasure will here find a delightful Attorneys in

pleasantly situated oa a broad street: and no who intend purchasing baltic i is always ready place to.while nwgy time. Their Table-will Bounty land nnd
better- accommodations than it affords can be Alachua Cel. Tax Collector's Sale. and willing toshow, h is good:.'feeling well assured be spread with the best of the land, and no exertion be agreed

found in the city, A plentiful table, will be ByVIftTUE" of authority in me vested by that they cannot be beat. The stock consists. on their part will wanting to provide: be may post-paid) (

provided, and civ -an.t attentive servants. law, I will expose for sale,in front of the CourtHouse in pirt ofColored for thecorafortimd pleasure visitors.' t n-
His ch\rges'per week is six dollars, includingfire door, in the Town oC'Nctnnnsvme.ontho and black silks. :' Plain and Figured V The surrounding country is filled with Deer
and Hgn, and every effort will be made to first Monday in June, A. D. 1851the .)f e\fry quality( L EIIJ: i"h. Frerwli and AmericanPriiiiAj and Turkeys, and the Strca ns with the finestof : J.

give satisfaction,both to Traucicnt Visitors and following named sections or so much hereof n* tiibri.itIerilCrape; "Jrnny l Lind"Mi-iwJ Hall 1)rs-s, Hluurre; \Vhite ami Delane Blue! fish.. Good dogs and fishing tackle will belt -
Permanent Boa1'\ will the State and Tar : ; .and all times at their service. A
crs. pay County AssessedV! 8ha.wl.q} Worked Collars; \Vi>r A couple of well broke saddle ponies arc At. against William: Danicls.and, due V >uifdCas"iincr9; Ctuilio; Ye iiiigs; Gr-enaiwt l llijup V Conveyances from JACKSONVILLE directto V
ticbed to the Establishment, and will always year A. I). 1850, together all necessary expenses licraze fureil:\VliD lt'Rrui Iteil Flawls: ; Protdi the SPRING at nil times ready.
be ready for hire. attending said sale the same: being situa- Diaper| KenMcky JrnntiKerftir)*it; Tweeds; Wliitf Board per month $20,no)
Nofember 30. 1s50. t fG tci$yJngaud; being in thes;lid county ot'Alichu Silk and Cnlif..d'UallllkE'rchirr.'a\1\ every price ; La.dies Childreu'and Servants, 10.00 I J
and known Osfollows \iz : Section N E }'' 2, nml Gents Nerk.Tit'tI; FringtGimp! and But : Horses per month, -' 15,00 A Clt
REE N'S tolls iiirtriii.ing; th..t .iLlllt1I; 1iiiGloves; hJoinetIrilniligi' WILL practice
Township US, ltange22 containing 160 BUFFINGTON & RYAN.
: Silk (GI.n', P13ill 81111 \Vork D'Xt's
Fancy
; : Circuit in
:acres more or less, bounded ns follows: North Vitaes French Exiraits ( 1\IIi, ,, March 30,1850.NEW ,
; ; lertiiaiiCuli'gnc; ; -
_____ TYPB I FOUNDARY. by the lands Samuel IHgle, East by the lands Scissors;,Kn/orn, \ .,& ".."'nil iiaiiyother articles itillie -- cuit in Benton (
Frederick Lean South the lauds of N Fancy line. nUUIf".rIlUII'C1llWllli"n. Southern circuit, ..
No. 123 FrLTOM; Sml.u. Sr.N Beiun c, ; by tnf! RESTURANTJ
.____ J Stafford, West by vacant lands.C. nr: Cdll an AKW YORK, I I0.17 : L. WILSON, October 19, 1850. tf .- Florida; and will

.\ C\s\L STREET Row, N. xv (OuLUiN&: t SserjTohd Ex-off. Tax Collector. HOWLING ALLEY BILLIARD United States
I November 3U, 18 50. Cm | Just c c.. .ve(). ments nt

- TO NEWSPAPER; PUBLISHERS AND Ala hlla Co. Tax Collector's Sale.BY ONE dozen 'fa"1ii nal>le black Silk Ii .ta SALOON, &c. Being located at : !
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do du Military CMutli Caps: with give his entire nnd
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INTERS. VIRTUE authority in me vested bylaw At XJ -ers. profession, and:

WITH confidence I invite the trade, before I will expose forsalein front of the Court Il purchase: elsewhere, to give me a 5.1k l1mlJrdlns.UINIIs. STREET North side
the Town of Newnansvillc,on the first one door from the :
cill nt No. 123 Fulton-street, New York, or at Monday in Juno A. D., 1850, the following .hoes. lee",&c. corner LIBEUTY street, n RESTAURANT, August 1850.J. .
Aro 17 Can\l-st.: How, New Orleans where lam For sale low. BOWLING and
named sections or &o much thereof will ALLEY BILLIARD SALOON.
pay
ready to furnish them with all kinds of the State and County Tax .\ssessedag.iinst the October 19 1S50. WM. P. DEWEES tf The establisnmcnt has been fitted up entirelynew IU c

HOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE. heirs of Nathaniel Wells and due thcYcon and is open for the reception of vi&iatosr
V i for the A. D.1850 with all V the usual hours. ATTORNEYS AT I.A
of the newest and must beautiful style. I am year together necessary AQENC \ [
also prepared to supply the ranch admired I expenses attending said sale, tha !Faroe Tlie Bar OTAR
Scotch id ter, having 1 itely procured from Scot- being portion of the "Arredon o Urautit, OF HAS been supplied with the choicest liquors
1 m] a series of these beautiful (.I<'r5, together uated, lying and being in the said ccunty of Dm. S. S. "I '1' (111 SUELEBHA'I'ED beverages to suit every palate will C f J lU HI I r '
with every variety of form and pattmi of Alachuaand, known follows; viz: Section!9, I be prepared with despatch. The delicacies tf:
ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE !I Township 9 S Range 19 containing G35 CO- MEDICI 1 E. the season: will be at all times supplied:--(jys: APPOINTED BY
100 acres more or less, bounded as follows, \iz: ters, Partridges, Venison Steaks &c., served .t In tk :! :
Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance North by the lands of the estate of N Brush, Used 'jy him rcith distiir'u.z.ckeitsuccess in the all hours, and on the shortest notice. ,'.'1'No n.1 ACE (
and accuracy of nil the Type manufactured: ; by deed, East by t-Le 1uH1sofl E'Levy, South by cure of : The ISiliiml Tnble
mc cannot be surpassed by any Founder. in the the lands of the estate: of John Drys-lale, dec I,, Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, TO K n U
Uuiou. By an entirely! new method in the West by the mds of M E Lt\y. Also Section Asthma Heart Diseases HAS been imported expressly for the House Maine, Virginia; t
mixing anti casting lam cuiblcd} to retain the 7. Township 10 5. Range 21 };, containing G35 Dyspepsia [ is of the most beautiful constrac Connie;icut. X

i'it'tti; ; of the comport pirls of th: mttal, and 20-100 acres more or fes.s, bounled ns follows, Gonorrluta, Piles, Female I tion, withair and India rubber cushions. ) ., ,:\ .

thus: to produce, in addition to un elegant, the vrt: North by the lands of the heirs of N Wells, Complaints, &c., &c. The Boirliu];Tin and RnlU. :ou th Cr.r: ; ;

most deed., East by lands of M E Levy and Lake ril- ,\I. O ARE n.lsojusttrom) the workman, and every Knni, \:i
SOLID AXD DURABLE TYPE, hl.tchoccoSouth, by the lands of this estate of X Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters Shoulder for the entertainment and July, C7 IbOU.;
hcrct.foTqofereL1 to the public. To'this List Wells deed., West by the lands of Mordecia comfort of guests: has been provided. j
r feature would in particular call attention, for I Myres. Also Section 7,Township> 10 5Rangc21 Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and Lec. *:#* cordially invite the i'ublictocall nl o s c :

solidity and durabilty of Type is on the princi- I E-containing C33 20-100 acre more or lessl, .oun- tures on Consumption, and the this Establishment,:tssnriug them that I slilll A T "'1' I!
file ot economy, of the greatest importance to I dod as follows, : North by the lands of the estate art of preserving Life and pare no effort lo.contribute to thou recreatie:

all typographer The members of the craft of N Wells, deed.,.East by Lake Pilhlacbooco, Health to Od .t1ge 'GEORGE) { SKIFF 'osi. ,J
V ia M c' I I
will also find uurctuly to supply all ktnds of South by the lands of the estate of N Wells, Jacksonville, February: 16 1819. ly
.s.c., 4-c. II.VMM: ; (>ccn : S
deed
East
Lake Pithlachocco
Ly South bv the
PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE have been appointed Agent for the sale of ot" ,liMxicg I'loiida :
lands of the estate of N Wells ,
deed. West
for the establishment of complete Printing Office the lands ; bj the above Goods, and will keep thcmconstant-I Just Received, per Brig Kgypti.m. '1-1 prfictiie u: his prorl
of M Myers. Also Section 18, Town-
::?, such :J is Presses Wood Type, Cases, Stands, ship 10 S, Range 21 E, containing C3J acres ly on.hand at my Drug store, in the Town of from New York, a choice supply, of ern Ciicuii of F.''ri l
provisions of
Ur.ts4Prffei, and Wood Uulcs Lapsing Stones, Tampa, 1'iiraja.fliy-FIa.; consisting bin will nt' in l.i
less bounded ,
more or as follows viz:North
Sticks Brass and Wood F.i i. by V Dr. L. ROGERS. Flour Bacon Pork hams. But- Jac!. ilU'! 1:. F
Composing O.illey, : the lands of the estate of N Wells deed., East< t t. : \ : I
1-K Closet Racks &c.. &c. --- --- -- {
Oil Type taken, in'exchange for new at 9 by Lake Pithlachocca, South by'the lands of LIFE INSURANCE ail ter, Lard, Cheese, Sugar, Coffee, .11, c John II ,
Lewis in right of his wife, West by the dSri
cents per lb. The Trade dolt with on the most lands of M Dried Apples, Peaches, &c. &c, \ '
E Levy. C. L. WILSON.Shti'jffandEx'Off. PROVISION FOR THE WIDOWAND OR- t:
liberal terms, and patron:ige solicited on thernunl
Tax Collector. Also
: of furnishinzto the purchaser an article i P1IAN.NEWYORKLIFE. ; attend b
with which he will be pleased n.ndVbicb will November 30, 1850. Gin '. -.-.--.- Hay, Lamp Oil, Paint Oil, JFhite WILL:1 ;t'ru I ; .,

bring Editors him and the worth Printers or"his wishing money.to estab'ish a Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. \ I SUH Lead, Glass, &c., &c:; I Court L/ia.iict:it luutl1 Tallalt.is5re:; ; ;

Newspaper or Job Printing Office, will be fur- BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by NeE COMPANY all ish of prices wbich is offered for sale at the lowestc citizviis in any ]>..t't

c-.ilb.J wilL an tiuKiU.in detail of the cost lir law, I will expose for sale, in from of the Court by enn.icnv n; Ua J ;Gla.S"J'
1 stating: size of paper and kind of work to be ex. 1 House-awry .....1,1I.-- G f Newnansville.on OIFICE 106 BEOAD\V\Y, con. OFCuptrul FINE snuJ--: JOSEPH FINECtAN or at the )\' 1
the first in June J'hC' May\ 18, 18JO.; tr
i ccuteLrublishcrs. Monday A. lJ. JO J, nvnjj>vlM.paUyiniesHilin'U. S.StCJCk8 ) nDDRE..s.,
of who wHl insert named sections ;
; Newspapers following or so much thereof AS
tlii advertisement three months and send me will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed: 280,000 DOLLARS, ? pvni1 : NOTICK. Miyjl,_ IS50, ; t..Jfi

; the pipers containing itaddresred fesb'uCs, against Cyrus Perkins,and due thereon for the I AND RAPIDLY AfCUMUfcATlNG.pnE3firrRESEKTBD rrna A. stock DOORS of the of subscription to the capital ,n D. K tl1
Jl'zister," New York, will be paid in materials year A. 1). 1850, together with ajl necessary I FUND,85,000 Dou.. ns Atl.tnticand Cull Rail Roa
: .,f my manufacture, provided they purchase six expenses attending said sale the same being Company, will be opened in the) City ot St. Au A T l' ietoate':
tim tlc! ameuut of their bills for advertising.! n. portion OCtllC {:Arredo:do Grant," situated, T RUsT IcEs. gustjoc, itt the office of\ 'tD. A. Funvard, .t-Stl-: '
II. II. GREEN: l lying and being in the said county of Alachua at nine o-cl6ckj _\. M*.on Tuesday the 20th i diy
:Morris Franklin President ofihe New York Life of C.o \
Sepl ember next. and will Lc tinned if it r 11
X'). 123 Fulton-3t New York, and; and known as follows viz; Section 17, Township openuntil
Ab. 17 ClD,1.1-st. Row, New Orleans 9 S. Range 19 E, containing 639 28-J 00 Insurance Company. the whole stock is: tat-u.! :
: T"S7v .
Freeman New York Life practice
less, bounded follows Pliny Actuary Insurance ; In behalf the Coraniisionti- L _'
acres more or as viz:- t V '
Ala hua Co. Tax Collector's cjale.BY North by the lands of the estate of John Ury&- Cowpany.Orsamus % D. I,. ,YULEE. liiitcru! (,
: Buahncll. Attorney and Counsellor at August 25, IS19. Hiil.-boiough and Sor
dale deed South the lands tf
by pfJmid Lee.
in vested
VIRTUE
authority me bylaw Law, 20 Naesiiu'Street.David : suit of Klorid.i.;
will balt. ill front of the CourtHouse West by the lands of FSIarquand.V: I
expoMJfur A. Bokee, Beprcsentative in Cor, rcs3. SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. Tampa B.ty
C. L.
door, in the Town of Ncwnnsvillc, on : WILSON Alfred Freeman, llJ'J' lS East Broad -
way.
the firs': ; Monday in June A. D., 1551, the Slier'iffandEx'Off.Tax Collector. John M. Nixon. (I'wrenius & Nixon, Dry THE subscriber still continues the inanufac-. -VlliflI.ES um:

jlloning n'lined sections or so much thereof! November..30, 1850.. Cm Goods) 39!>> Nassau-Street. of the llltrst.jmpt'ovet.ll i oiler Noras .A 1" l' ,
will pty: the State and County Tar, Asscsstilaj.iinttlJ --- Henry A. Nelson,-(lite Wright Nelson & Randall G ins,double and single, at his usual rates,.4nd 1'
I F Clark, and, due thereon for the Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. ) 2vJ Ccdar-Mmt. ready to.till nil orders: at the shortest notice.

year A t), 18;);(), together with all necessary expenses BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by : Henry I. Seaman, (Late'Representative in Congress They can be seen at all times nt the following (* a U u 11 i

: uUcn ling said: sale, the samo being a law. I will expose for sale, in front of the now Seaman & Muir.) 231 Broadway.John Agents:
portion of theArredondo Grant (represented Court House door. ire the Town Newnasuville: C. Beach Counsellor at Law, 14 Varick Villalonga & Acostn, Centrcville. G.I: CapL HAVING i resumed : o

I on mip of Durrk Washington as such,) sit on the fourth' Monday! in April, A., D.'1*>5I l, Place. B It Bythewood, eaurortS. C. J P Dcvaux. ro
: U\tcJ. lying, and being in the said county of.tl.t he following named sections or so much there Isaac C. KendHllvUarudcn( & Co., Forwarding Charleston, S..a George L Brown. NcwnunK- out the Eastern t1.r.1!

achua, and known as Geo. J.? Clurk Five ofuswi1l plY the State and County Tax, Asscbsed -- Merchants & Dealers in Foreign Exchange)) nile, E F., Tison & Xfarris Ocala, BE'. -Jacksonville E.Flu i

Thou-uh'l Acres Adverse Grant, and bounded against John N Say re,and due thereon for C Wall-Street. ALSO S l- K N I! B :
: ts follows?, viz: north by lands belonging to the year A D, 1850, together with! all necessary Samuel C. Paxson. (Allen & Paxson, Shipping Extra Boxes and Brushes can be Lad of the
Mrs. Olry.lu1'x., cast by lands belonging to expenses attending said sn.le. the SnIDe: being a and Commission Merchants,) 134 FrontstreetJ. I Subscriber nt moderate rates. Persons wanting : V. No
;. John II Mel tosh, sonth And west by lands' belonging portion of the "Arredondo Grant," situated, 1C. Herrick, (J. K. Herrick & Co, importers Gins,or Gins repaired,will please direct to Agents ",
I .- to the estate of N Brush, deed, M E Lel lying l and being in the said county Alachua, and 1'c.ilers in StatioueVyJ): John-street i ,or to SAMUEL L. BURNS.

I I .iy' and Jwbu; II Lewis. and known as follows, viz: Section 2X5, Township J. .l. Wurdwcll. ILiniwarc, :.! Pearl-street. St, Mary, Go.: August 1850. 'Cm- VX. ILL practice in 1
C. L. WILSON. 9 S, Range ,18 E, containing 640 'acres J. S. Bussing (k & J. Bussing; & Ca, Nail andIron TV Eastern \

: Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector more or less,bounded as follows, viz : North by Manufacturers,) 33 Cliff-street. AGENCY OF DR:" FITCH'S S. District Court.,
4 Nov. 30 1950. time the lands of II G Marquand, East: by the landsof Spencer: Benedict. (Benedict& Rockwell, Impoitcrs I I i thcSupieme Court 1"(

the estate: of Peter Mitche), deed, South by 'of Hardware.) 81 Pearl-street. .CELEBRATED MEDICINE. cute claims before .pl'
: Alachua Oo. Tax Collector's Sulc.By the lands of John Beard, West by the lauds of Cyrus Curtiss: Oils, 111 Waterstreet.Daniel meats Government ted

virtue of authority in me Tested bylaw, .n: G I:1rulnd.% : C. I;. WILSON, S.'Miller, [Dater Miller & Co. Shippers ---o< s>0- Jos.MI-ROBERT .,. ,,

I will expose for x,tie, \a front of the Court, Sheriff ani Ex-off. Tax Collector. anti Grocers,] Front-street. Pulmonary Balsam! Depurativc Syrup Jan.649. :
Hmscdoor, in the Town Newnansvillc, on ,November 50, 18 $0. Cm William Barton, [Grant & Barton, Dry Goods"1 lcctora'Expector l.nt, Heart Corrector, J
; the first Monday in June, A. D.. Ibol; the William-street.: Pulmonary Liniment Humor Corrector PhILIP
following\ named sections or so much thereof us Alachua Co./'I'ax .Collector's Sale' William Coxe Duscnbury, [Woodward & Du. Pure and Medicinal Cbd Liver Oil, A ( ) J

will pay the State and County Tux, Assessed a- BY VIRTUE of authority iu me vested bylaw senburyCornwercialitgeut;] 45 William-st. 'nti-Dyspeptic Mixture.. fonflrl! and fnf- lioi.-
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gains Joseph Lawton,rind due thereon for the i win expose lor sale,' in front of the tio Pills,.Nervine,',yermifuge; Female.. pccific Qoun tI J
year'A D, 1850, to&cther with all necesstryec.k Court house door,In the Town ofNcwnansyjlleV Having issued over 5,300.policies, this Compiny "Jemale Pills,:Ac. ,&c._ JJ o
attcndingiaid sale tbe. anie .is now established on a firm basis. TJseu. Kim and rtitk V !
pens s containing on the fourth Monday in April: A.D. 1851 constantly unpreceden attend to pl.
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K .s000 acres: situated, lying, and! being in theuaid the following 111'.mcd.seclions or.so much,thereof The. insured arc the only Stockholders, aid ted success in tk treatment of WILL to b.
all the
divided '
,q couuty of Alachua, and lying on the north aa will pay.the State and County Tax As V profits are annually? Colds, Coughs Consumption sthma,' Heart Eastern Circuit, and

r side of tho 'Arredondo Grant," and known a; scssedagainst.Wnt.Bloodgood and: Thos Tilcs-J to Certificates the! dividend l are issued annually: Diseases I Dyspepsia, crofula:, Skin lallahassee.. lie has: .\ .
i 4 "' l.ortiol1 or FaU'1U alU1e.t.Gr4ut. tonj and du3 thereon for the A. piirtiez.orplaecd atiheircredit on the Diseases, Rheumatism Female
year D. iso gcous connection with
-t.\VILSOS- 'w t11ier with fill Books jof the Company,.and such dividend is an Comp1c5ntsPiles

S'.,riff and Ex-ojf.. Tax Collector. said sale,'the same necessary being: a expenecsattendiuir portion ofUhe ":Arredtndo addition: the sum insured, bearing: -.interest, .' &c. ;&c. dy ington collection City as of will such :
at six per cent per annum payable cash. : '
lNov.30, 1850. CmAlachua Grant situated [ 7DfC Fitch's unequalled :I. :
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lying and, In his hands
: being On insurances for the whole term of Life V 'P against,
'_ in the said county of Alachuaand; known at premiums tent'Silver Fluted Abdominal Scpt.Sth,1849 J
7 Co. Tax Collector's ::;ulc.By follows,'viz: Section 30, Township 11 S when amounting to fifty.dollars may, at V : Supporters. Dr. ;
Ranee the ion of- the V ,
be
opt insured
in
\ paid
if holly Fitch's
20 E 408 Improved: Plated Steel
containing
vested law acres more or less boun : .
'h'IUtoittlthorilyln me by 3V.ATTORNEY 13.
: ; cash 'or forty percent. of, tho'.nloounto remain, ,Spring Shoulder- < ,
for sale in front of (beCourt ded follows,viz:_ North and East by the lands Brace. Dr.
lwiIIecpo3e :: :V ou credit in thcir '"
own
; Ilotue door in the Town of Ncwnausviile, of the estate ofN Brush,:deed., South by. .the. aispercent, ; ., nCtcs1.pa.r.?... ing interest. -n.t. ,:Fitch's Silver, Inhaling Tube. AVING AND: i pe.

: 03 the first Monday in June, A. IX, I8G1, toe .lands Bloodgood andilcston and Led with' Insurance on the Life is the only expedient! H removed .
to
Lake West by the lands of the V Zr Fitch'8celebrated Stx County .
named sections much estate of N Brush Lectures
S the fallowing or thereot 'perpetuate the. income of the Natural Protector: sspectfally ib.
as will pay the State and County Tux; As- fc deed.,.and Led with s Lake. Also Section 31, after death. To him and those ho loves' it of ON THE PREVENTION AND. CURE, OF V oclnted with him.rms '

,. g.-ssetl ag.tinst Mrs.GareyAdui'x.nnddueUjt're- Township 11 S, Range 2Q.H, containing 640. fersasubsUntL' lace even for the grave.u.i* Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart, SfC, rother, S. W Ferr
OQ for the,yenr A Dt 1850, together with all iieftudknownns" acres more or less, bounded follows, tit:....; prudent man fwR-eth the evil and hideth him! and on the method'of preserving,Health The firm will be

f cssary 'upeJ1S: .Attendlng Said sale, the Harne North by the lauds B'oodgood' and Tileston,. ielf.. V and. JBeavty. to an old,age.-. cry,term of the I IIT
01 the"4lrredondo Orant ait. But by the lands of Benj. A Putnam South by This Book should be )
.be lj".a jrt1on Jjr'Pct'Sonsca -Jl'iirn'ull the ad vantages ana in every family. To Jounties of the
.; ..uJt a,''sing, vntl LCInG in the saW: county of.acbaa .\:- Ledwith's. La.kei t by Led with's Lake. rates of.Insurance from any of the;Agentsthe the Cangumptite h points out the only reasonable -ounty of Hamilton '

.i ; .lands returned by Mrs. V c. L. WILSON Company personally. ,_or by a pamphlet t. hope for rel er. To'mothers! the directions fhe Supreme Court, bol
; .O .ry..ADm'X., OnoThoundAcie Grant, aal l S'crffand Er-ojJ'; Tax Collector." VV had of-them.. ,. it gives for the cnre and education Children J.: S. Court at St. ;
V V bounded a;? follows viz: north by land 1>.=10ng. November. .. 30, 1S0' ,, gm.Notice. J.:: McROBERT. BAKER! ; invaluable.. 78,000 copies of this Book havepassed *All business
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.. log to the estates of Peter Mitchc! & N Brash! e' Agent through the PrsVdthesale: continues .receive prompt
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J1. : deed south -bylwLlI. belonging to J H Mcln- ; ,unabated. .. -.
II. )D.. Holland Medical E&imrnerV .. / Address, J. p. i'''c
::1 tosh and 0 JYClarkeast: by-land belonging IX- weeks : .. .-4 For Sal :5.: .
S from dttc I shall apply to the .". ,. .. ,_. 1Jy. FITCJTt-4. Cc07Btoad.rqtNeIv !by
: S n
V toTbomasNp1ernd Clinch, and woot by Honorable ; York and I ,., ,
Judge or Probate : '
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of :
It
V 'N"fSau
V COMPOUND ; V
to the estate ;- SYRUP 01 ,
!lands belonging of N V
'.and John II Lewis. Broth. ,deed :county,J h:,for$ Lottcrsuf'Administration of the V nASTINGS? ,- ',. V -'{- V : ,' A., flL..REED.JacLsouville&pt.f2& C ,Ii A R .I. E : : t| pen(
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V estnteofJitme..s Pilot, late. of'Nassau' V !! 1850. V ; II
V / '
A.c A IJC. :
}2 C- (. WILSON j coantx, c cure for Consumption,Decline; Asthma, and V ,
V accl _ft .
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C IAnLES. C :---- "'-.
:. V Sheriff and Ex-off. Tar. Collector : PJJLOr. diseases! : of the Chest and LungVA. "" / .J
V -flDr Fitch's
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V Affministrrtor. .,For.\lc Guide lo Invn- rSAtts in"n1pa !
-.HOT.: 30,1850. by .M. REED. ) "
., lids
: m. Prccnibcr-7. or Directions
V to tt8t :
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A.. ., > 6w Feb. 2, IS50 Jf persons using Dr.Fitch's to and respeetully
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.-i ", .:': V : Remedies,'-tq be had 'ratis of all his
.: .< <.. J '_ .-. \ : -" .,. Agents Jacksonville, May ,

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