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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: March 8, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (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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" ;;rtem.: '" of twalre lius and, under VOL, XI11. ;JACK80NYILLEt'. .SATURDI' oRNmo. 1ARCIyYBSI.. f.\O' ':16MAGNOLIA ted, lying,and being in the s.iid antyof Alachna ',.
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3; .. miaamtion", ana T5. eeDfI liberal- diai 1$. Section 36,township 10 S,rioge 21 fi, .con .

5 k t:Inseruon.a..uT'' ., yearly advartuera. .* _a ,. ,H-O Y S.E: :TOT ,Sale. ,Aiachua Co.TaxCQllertoj's ,Self.lif taming 80 acres bowed as follows,vit: north,
d ur1f he made .f ; 'VIBTUE of anthoriiy Ja me vested by by land of Elizabeth llobkirki, permit land,
t I. \ant adrertUeneoU tnxwt be paid far before inW.tioBnnless -, nnm"iew: of leaving Florida I will sell law, I will expose for ale in frontal the Court south by township line dividing township 10 & .

EAU a regular cwtomrr. By referringt as 'V? ,the bouse which I now occur in the House door, in the Town ,of Newnansville on 11, east and west by.public lands. Also Jf.V?. .J
by. r.-nobUe. tny be aacaruinedrai 'St. Augatlttee.i : city of, SL Augustine., It is situated at the the,first Monday, in .June, A.: P, ,18)1.the % cf N. E.2"T,of section' 36, township 108,
- J 3Jt terns the. undergaa north'corner" of SL'George"street, contains six following named sections cia much thereo range'22 V'. ana bounded as follows north by :
traaaahted with the d+ertitememt. atomberif THIS ,ESTABLISHMENT' I' rooms besides a parlor.fourof the, rooms have as will pay the State and County TaxAsseasadagsiast public lands. south by lands claimed by David '
wit in*, thi* present aeaaoa u now :
marked repairs
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3C7*AdvvrtiaMaema not untfl forbid.Mlcharged 1 ready for reception Company... Families and Tran- fire places JThe house is a comfortable. one in John H. .Lewis.in right of his wife Morrission east by lands claimed by* David
wUl beeontuiaed .in auuim The lois Mary M.Lewis :and due thereon Jlorrisson and west Wada oi ElizabethUob- .
L uetti eosfegntred. 1 dent Boarders can haw spacious Aparrm Dt. winter and very pleasant r. /or. year by
-1 for. Rooms Airy;Clean,.and Neatness;luelf forniah- spaciotts'has ',up it ,besides ,a.kitcken with A.D.J8 together with all necessary expenses _- kirks,permit : nd. .
dolkrs wiHb charges for all annoance'iT : ed handsomely.; Nothing Wanting. two rooms adjoining; a carrage house with stables attending!!,the'same: being portion of :- c. L. WILSON,
r Fi.e for o&ic*. TbeU01UldweUknowo.beIDlreunl1, Built, and 'fodder :house attached to k, near the frredcndo :a.rant" 'sitaaded,.lying, and :Stuff atd'Lrof.Tar Cotttettr.Arov. ., .
. )u of candidates Uomlia; ,: : tlO pO.t Expressly wild a view to the accommodation of Invalid with which is a fort Choose.for servants. I being in the said county of Jlachna, and known 30,1850. CTA .
of wood
AQtaquare.forS(& : 7 00ApplcaBTbforLetteraoAdmimatraHoQ and macra, beinr entirely both which renders would also.sell :Fats my ,household and kitchen as follows,vis:,section 20Township 10 a, range r..4
t Doors,4* .
Notice to D htora and jDfeditor 5 00 i! it Rooms free from coonectuic dampness.Folding Fireplaces%Blinds'tor will furniture and a second hand barouch, .would 20E,,containing 617 acres,.more,or less,and :Alachua Co. 'Tax: cJU chlr'. Sale, ; .

..J rauti i dews throogh, opening on Piazza: Promenata two likewise dispose of *.small ,farm near Mandarinacontainesabont bounded u follows:..on the north by the lands BY.VIRTJE of authority in me vested bylaw ', .3
notices will be ; I winds,&. 'nDdre and twenty of the estate of D L Clinch 'deed. and 'William
B All religusoa 9sodtedfeel. Protecuoo from raJBS.cold on 1 will expose for ,sale, in front of the.
nas.gjT. forming a desirable retreat from confinement at all acres also a tract of very good land near Mon- Thorn as iuviving'trnatee.of the'JVew York; Conrt House door In O1tAofNnrDa 1niU Jon
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. oornmunkmrtons trout J>. addressed- bAil aeaaona of the year. The House, is situated facing tecello in middle Florida,containing, about, five Association on the east by the lands of John II the firstxMonda; June A. 'l. ah. .
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from other ,
reared-
C. OlLUTTT. fottafft 'p U. | South ia central postnon.contains and 4Sr.omt.with additions hundred, and fifty Lewis in right of his.wife,on the south by the following named secHHpr so much thereof t

&?at9T0S adtniMable personal oommvaieaZfafia, wi. dwellings.!Parlours.. The HOUM Dioinf.Setting Rooms,ana com.ea. acres.ANN MASON,' lands of M E Levy, on the west.by' the lands of, as will pay the State snd County Tax, Assessed )

man adrenurmenu. i iencc w general For,Accommodation cannot be Pcb 1* 1851: 3m- the estate of DL Clinch,deed.'- AJso section'2 J,. agawst'JohWDrysdaledecd, and'.jJoe thereon,.
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beic9arged as |%"** *** i towssh"10eft 2CTK5,>cataining659 20
be paid on.th sarpaised. : M for:the year A. D. 1850. together with all necessary
,eruct : "'AR. v 4MssALE
J7 AUbills for Job Prtnttag- S The well earned""reputation n this House has from tOO acres more or less and bounded as follows;, expenses attending said gait the same
J'Arr rt tkft wttrk. .will be the north ,
year to year acquired, it Proprietress by the lands ef William Thorn as surviving of the Arredondo'. "
being a sit
M:s.Dlrix;aim to sustain,sad for the liberal pairon.ageheieiofore. WILL dispose of at private sale,* my farm trustee of the New York Association, portion I. s
a Notice. .she returns her thaitka,j I on the St.,Johns river si the month of Jul- the east by .the lands ef John H Lewis in right uated, lying and, being in the said county of _1
between Tb table wfll be supplied with choicest GameOratenstileFisl Creek sixteen milesabove Jacksonville.The Alachua, and kno'tn'u follows,vix. section Iff,3; '
iagton
editing of bus the south the lands M
wIfe on by of E
; AU FBsnlP.beretCrOC8. aDd Shell
1t P ..V.nUnn.Turke, township 9s/range 18 E,containing 634 32-100 .
deaol- situation in known be the most beautiful '
. } the andersrgaed IS this day Fish,at this time our i jYe1a and Forest abound Two o Levy, west by the lands :of John' H Lewis In'right acres more or less and bounded 'as follows:- -
for this Hoase.Horses on the river, and is renlarkablo for its healthiness of his wife. Also section 22 r
red by mutual consent.Thule orroorv hunters sporting axclosiTely ,Township north by .the lands of the estate ofAVeUf
. indebted to the UU firm "m mate ,Ctmages. Ponies Guns,Fishing Tackles, not a case of fever havingoccnred-there 10 s, range 20 E, containing 639 6O.100"&cres deed, east"by the lands'of Israel Footnd wet, -',r
. to P.MOODT,wbo u authorized to settle Boat for Excursion dee. fur years. The dwelling is spacious and com m ore or less and bounded as follows: northeast tbe,
payment by Jands Cyrus Perkins. AloAction IP
Very Respectfully foftable and calculated for the accommodationof south and west by the lands of John
.9 63G24I10acres
1ill.a.QCOI1DU.P.. PROPRIETRESS.N. a large family._ The land is of good quality : township s, range containing
Lewis his
MOODY. in right of wife, being,the section on more or less;and bounded ai folio war-... ,.,
IS CHS. BYRNE.JcUanvillet and well adapted for Cotton. There is a flourishing which Prairie
Creek sink Creek sinks.41 -
or
B.-It U the wish of the Proprietress that the which north by the lands of the heirs of N WelJ.dfcd.,
a Dec 31. 1850-_it Servants attached the House should be ciTiI alien- ;i Orange Grove on.the,premises,thousand so section 23,,township'10 s, range 20 E, containing East by the lands of ME Levy, south by the ,
lire aDd obliging. formerly produced an income, of c. C40,acres more or less and bounded as, lands of Isaac Feat;west by the lands..of tie ;
Notice. St. Aun. ue.NOT. 2.850. if dollars; and will shortly do so again: f issn the follows: north by the lands of Isaac Frost, on Perkips.
Cyrus .
JACKSONVILLE HOTEL present thrifty and healthy aWearaDce'otth etrees the east south and west by the lands of John ,- '. C.L.. WILSOAShfiiff "* .
weeks troth date 1 shall apply to the The Post Office of Mandarin is within .
H Lewis in right of His wife; lso'ection 24
SIX of Nassau A ; and Et-fff. Tax Cottttuj... ._ .
of Probate 46 __
Steamboats and
Honorable Judge .E& two miles, and the pass repass township IDs, range1 20 E, containing 050 84 November
6mTHEBOIJT
itration of the .ii:1 30,1850.
'. Mlntr"Fls,fur LeUere6f Adini .IilL beorethe house, on their regular trips and 100 acres more or less,aad bounded as Allows; \
6.1t\1e otJamet Pilot ate ot Nassau county, r THE Sabscriber having become the purchaser from Savannah. Those wishing to secure this north by the lands of M Levy,east,son th and '
dec!. UA.B.LES C PELOT. 4. and sols P roprietor of thlawell known valuable property may call on, or address Ly west by the lands of John H Lewis' in right of ., & CROSBY -

Admit tt at 0'. HOTEL respectfully informs the public general letter the subscriber Jacksonville, Florida. his wife. j41so section 19, township 10 s, range all' kindeof, lUOSOR i
'SO. q>rAdministrator's he has added to the former house CHARLES BYRNE. WILLWEXECTITE
T that
J December / 21 E, containing 629 44100 acres_more or leSS shortest notice and the" '
twenty odd more comfortable rooms'with over Jacksonville, Octobor 19, 'M. tf and bounded as follows north by the lands'of : lowest -prices. The experience they hate bad
Notice fire hundred feet front with piazzas in front the estate of JVatlianiel Wells,deed,'on the east in the Construction ifsUQAR BOILER FUR- '
and rear, making it as comfortable uany Hotelin Bounty Lands;and PeiiBons by the lands of the:estate of P Mitchel deoL
recommend
months after date I will present my ac- him to ACES will them to the patroasga.
will enable accommodate
the South which now -
and the south the lands JouR
of
SIX by Zeterour j
of .
oounWani vouchers to the Hon.Judge made thepbnting coomaaity.pr i
one hundred and fifty persons. undersigned having arrange- "
over on the'yea" by the lands of John II Lewis in
THE .
for a finalsettlement AD orders the will br attended
Probate, far HilUborough county, His table will be under the superintendence of with a competent Agent in the City right of his wife.'and s Creek known as Prairie i from country
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with
the further to
from prointitude.Jacksonville -
,and ass a discharge i an experienced housekeeper of the North, by of Washington, are now prepared to take Creek running through'said section flao
Administration of the Estate of John M. Staf- whose aid he flatters himself he shall not be .: Powers of Attorney for the collection Bounty 25, township 10.s,tinge 20 E, containing section ,.,Feb.15.1851., ;. .
ford and Saaan Stafford deal, and also all persons rivalled by any Hotel in the South, being now Land Claims and Pensions, and mil give their 1034 15-100 acres more or less,and bounded as .
, if any hiding elums agiinst the estate of the constant steam communication strict attention to the same.MCQUEEN. Execute Notice. > --' .'
to enabled by I' follows: .on. the north by the lands of John JILewis "l, .
M Stafford are requested pre-
I Susan or John with Savannah ond Charleston, to bare the advantage MCINTOSH, in the right'ofbis wife ,on the east by '
lint them STAFFORD Adm'r.S af the fine markets of those cities. In I J lacksoxeUle E. F. the lands John R Zeterour, on the south bya SIX months alter date I will apply to tae ., --
JOSHUA addition, he has made arrangements in connection C. W. DOWNING, tract o f land known as Moses E Levy's Jgdgeofl'robaiecfDavalconntyFlorida,
Tamps: Jan. Pth, 7b51 J25 6inExecutor's with the Hotel, at all times to furnish fine Capitol, TallaMsui F thousand acre tract on the west by the lauds twenty of to be discharged train the Executcrship, of the .
and for the accommodation of October 19 '50. tf last Will. aoa Testament Martha Thou, drcd.,
carriages
: Notice. horses John H Lewis, in right,of his wife a Creek PENCLOPE TISON Ertattrixr .
his guests known Prairie Creek '
running said
as
the,climate Land for Sale.AS ., through 'Feb. 15th ,1851. 6m
which Valuable .
: month after date I will apply to the The increasing reputation section. Also section 26, township 10 s, range
. SIX Judge of Probate of Dural county, Florida of Florida possesses in the estimation of the : AGENT for the owners, the undersigned 20 E,containing 959 20-100 more or less and 'Notice.

I for a discharge from the Electorship of medical faculty, for the cure of consumptionand offers for sail the following valuable bounded as /alllows;-'north.,and east,by the .
the late Will and Testament of Stephen J. EuEUBANK ether pulmonary diseases, has induced a tracts of land, to wit. lands of John U Lewis in right of his wife,- THE 'COPARTNERSHIP' heretofore exis ; '
ban's. deceis.. vast increase of travel to this State during the The LOT Tract situated at the bead of Indian south'by the tract of landltaown asM 16 Levy's ag between tiara & Rra-fl is,this day ;a edissolved
WILLIdbi E.c'r. fall and winter months ol those who seek the river, containing'hvs hundred urea more or twenty thousand acre'tract,on t west: by the by mutual consent, Their books and .,:

Jacksonville, Jan. 11, 1S5"Notice relief afforded by amilderatmosphcre and in lands of John H'Lewis in.right ,of his wife a accounts have been turned to over Ryan&Hick- :. '
view of this fact the' subscriber has determined less.The Pablo Tract situated on Pablo Creek, creek known as Prairie Creek,running throughsaid many who alone are authorized to collect the,

that his etwticus u merit the patronage which near the mouth of the st.Johns' rinr.nppos. section Also section 27, township 10s,' accounts_due.,us.. ". .iIo
shall be bestowed upon him, shall be without ed to contain over two hundred acres, including Range 20 E. containing 530 20-100 acres more d.;F. SKIrf'R': 1 J '
HAYINft determined to discontinue my pre- regard to toil or expense. some fine hammock land.' V or.IeBi and bounded follows i north and east ."f +j c. Eo ItYAN .
business at this place, all perilousialebeit SAMUEL BUFFINGTON Ali i small tract of woodland in the vicinity by the lands of John H Lewis in right of his : Jacksonville, Feb:1UhJ.18jl.. _
) tneinany is inner. are requested JackfGATWe.&Fla. Sept.29, 1830. of the town of Jacksonville, containing thir- :wire 'south by the tract of land known its 3i : ::

, to piy apt bj the 15ih of February next. otherwise I WHITE SPRING ty acres. ,E Levy twenty thousand acre, tract on the i THE business heretofore f their acc')anti and uotea will be placed in Also a tract containing one hundred acres west by the lands of Moses E Levy, a Creek & Skiff, will be continued by Ryan fc IIickin.ii, +

the bll.14dllf an Attorney for suit* good planting Und, on Pablo creek near the known as Prairie Creek running through said they having formed.j-artnership for that jur-".
Eu' i if authorized to eollejtaU
1 Cor Agent
my -
section
I mouth of the B t Johns'river. pose. E.. C YA.V t
debts anJ to transact any other business Also one half of the Dwelling House and lot C. L. WILSON, J.. WjlHCKMA.M! -
fur :'. JXMEb B. COLE. Hamilton Cennff Florida. of land Jacksonville' near the Court House Sheriff and Ez-cff.. Tax' Collector. Feb. 15th;1831. J2t2)( 3t '

ti are' Ferry: FU Jan. e, 1851 janll t 'IIE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform Square, being the same which is occupied by November 30, 850. ,_' 6m '. .

Executor's Notice. the Public that they are the Lessees of Joseph Finegan,Esq. Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale.] In Circuit Court Eastern ; -
Circuit -
this celebrated Spring and would respectfully Also two hundred and forty acres on the ,.
t lX loath after date the uniersiguedO will or I o the afflicted to come and be healed. The East side of Eleming Jal&Dd.on the St..Johns I BY VIRTIJE of authority in, me vested bylaw Florida in Columbia J .
apply to the Honorable Judge of Probate virtue of the water is a u fixed fact"-hot ideaL River, between the lands of Messrs. Lewis and I I will,expose for sole, in front,of the CourtHouse County.IT .

I .rr letters of dismission as Executor of the Es. To those afflicted with RHEUMATISM SCROFULA George Fleming; about,one hundred acres of door in the Town of Newnansville, on SAiuir Coux, In Chancer' _
, DYSPEPSIA and the Thousand ills I and about the first Monday in June, A. D. 1851, the ". y
ate n Jt:1 II. WbiU';nlste, of the county of which are hammock, thirty acres I Divorce.
JiiHibiroagh,decease,1. which mortals are heirs to, we would respectfully cleared. following named sections or so much thereofas Jour C. Coos.Bra. :.01 .

., A, II. HENDERSON Executor suggest that they try its virtues,believingfrom Also on undivided one third of the late Mrs. will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed appearing to' the satiefaction of the Co.rt,

: Taaapo Fla.. Dec ;. J650. 6m many almost miraculous cures effected by Sophia Fleming's Dower, on Fleming Island,on against S. D. 1 OorbUt and due thereon for that the Defendant,John Cook,is a non resident
its use that they also will be similarly benefi the St.Johns River, a beautiful location. the year A. D. 1850, together with all necessary of the State of t( loud,and that:Us place
l. Notice. Also an undivided one third of about ten thousand expenses attending said sale the same being of residence is unknown to the Complainant-
ted.The seeker pleasure will here find delight acres,situated in Nassau'county'on Nassau known as the land owned. or formerly represented It is ordered, that the said Defendant do appear

O Vthc 21st day of nest December,pursuantto fill place to while away time. Their Table will River extending Thomas' Swamp, suitable by 3 D Corbitt, being part of a tract and plead,. answer,-or demur:.to this Bill.with-.
an order of the Hon. the Judge of be spread with the best of the land, and no exertion for Turpentine; small kirts of hammock. grant of land known as Levy's 20,000 j acre tract,siv in three months, or the same will betaken< as
Probate; I will sell at the usual hour of saleat on their part will be wanting to provide Francis Fatio. ted,}lying, and being.in t said county of Jlachua confessed; provided publication belUle.of this

the. Court House, in this Town,the reversionary for the comfort and pleasure visitors. The above tracts of land will be sold at rea- and within the limits'o(the rredoado order as the law directs. .

interest of Mrs. Miry E. Carmichael in th The surrounding country filled with' Deer ronxble prices on good terms. Grant,"(JobJi H Muir, Agl Signed,) THOS. DOUGLAS .
Estate of JlUDea L g. deed. and Turkeys, and the Strea ns with tie finest Address J. McROBERT BAKER. C. .L. WILSON, A true.Copy TestJxdge.&c,
8. D. FERNANDEZ, of fish.' Good dogs and fishing tackle will be at Attorney at Law, Jacksonville,Fla, Sheriff and Ez'ff..T. :Collector '' o S: SCACBOBOUUU.C.R. ;

No*. 23, 1S50_ Agust. all times at their service. NOT. 250.y_tf_ i Nov.30, 1850._. Cm .Feb.1til I 1M4 ChI151.J; :;$m
,from JACKSONVILLE directto
Notice. Conveyances the SPRING at all times ready. Alachua Go. Tax Collector's Sale, Alachua Co Ta' Colle" tor's'Sale. Notice t fIS

A LL persons indebted to the Estate of Fish Board per month 820,00 BY VIRTUS of authority in me vested'by Bivln.TUE' t'authority in me vested bylaw '

: 1" orOaskinsIat, .mDtIdecd. Children and S Servants -- 10,00 law I will expose for sale before the court house I will expose fur ate in front"oflhe CourtHouse HEREBY given that four weeks from daif

, Are reqne3t>l to make iaiuediate payment an. Horses'per month, 15,00, door,,in the town of Newnansville, 'on the first door, in'the Town "of,Newnanarille'onthe .I shall apply to the Hon.the Judge.of Jroj
,. all persons htutiqg any claim against said Ed BUFFINGTON & RYAN. Monday'in June A D, 1851, so much of the first Monday in .June A, D. J851 the bate, forth county Alachua,loran order Xf
late will please preheat them duly authenticafed March 30, 1850. lands of the estate of Wm. Garvin, deed- containing following named sections or' so much thereof tell the lots .in the town of ewnansville,,Fix,

w4tbio tt time prescribed by law o more or less, being a portionof as will 'pay the State and County Tax/Asses- belonging to the estate of .Francis R._ Sanchez,
House sed D L Clinch and: due thereoa' dee;..laterof AlacLoa ..
they will be barred. Private Boarding ., i the grant known as the ,Wm. Garvio, or so against ; : ;
JOaOA.Y.L. QJSKIAb, ; much as will pay' the State and County 'Tax, for the year A. D.1850 together with all necessary ,ono W;SAfcCBEZ- ;. Adm'r. ,"'

iVor 2S, 1830. ?t Admudstrat&r.otftc. due thereon for tliJjear 1850,together with all expense*,attending said sale,the" same March. ,'1.1S51V i. 4w .'"-" ,
the sale and being a portion of the"ArredondoGtant, /1000
attending,
,
S t. Augustine.Mr expense
."\ necessary Adverse Grantrsituated'Iyingandbeingin ; ; :
Auctioneers .
: thereof bounded as follpws:. South, EaatNorth acres fc 'SJ: : : .
sabsoriber wishes to Hire, by the G. If. raga has reopened his land i Township 8 'Range g the said county Alachua, and boon
THE ls year Boarding House for the accommodationof and West' by vacant ; ? 'dcdos follows:. north.byjands, belonging, requested to notice the.following )
> January next, three or fourcoa1 18 8 and E situated, lying OIL*'being one mile I ARE kcj
negro men to work in bis steam saw mill in Invalids and'Travellers generally.' lIe re- West' of the, Town of Newnamrville in said : John. Cochran, ,touth by" lands ,bulging to, : Assembly All."who ,desire to barF
chis placA, for which liberal wages for the turns his thanks for the liberal patronage which J H Lewis &Thomas Napier east by lands be. taeirtterma ex'eaJedacc- ,, cit .wi11 be emn., year he has hitherto.received,and hopes thd'Int',I county',of Alacbua. ,. WILSOrT longing 'to Wm.Thorn & John Cochran,. rest .the.Act,must give new'bonds. *- '
C. L.
JAS. B. COLE lids and others 'whj may visit,.oar climate for 4.- .ad ,, by lands belonging Sad; Ht Lewis & Thomas "- j .' nTallahasseej : ; .',.1

tiarey'a Ferry Pi*., Dee 1 1849. tl) health pUaiaw, will give him stall, as no' November Shcnff 30 1850.: Ex-cjf.Tax Coll'Mof.6m' NaplMV Also north bylaDd&btloDgIDI..t TJVattlrTot "', 'Cnll'ffH'It. ,
efforts will be spared to contribute to their'comfort. D.S Clinch,south b,.landabelonging: i ,February:2},-1851, : '
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east lands belonging to J '. :. -
, Iii' JJdntfleb. by ;: -
t. NOTICE.' His House hasp during the present'season,undergone AkF11U! 'C o.,Tax Collector'd'Sale.BY'VIRTUE R to Lew. 'y; t b; lands beloogingUo CJUeTIOmi 4NACTdJiemdaterpji the,t cil-h 1r tress in
: "VI E hare appointed T.O.: : o.KElour Gen thorough repairs has .been 'furred of authority!T lAada belonging to J,H forcerdatvtg the aJ'1'.Urtlo'lt7lt", dutia Dt.dlltt
- V T _oral Agent aad Attorney to settle any throughout and therefore,entirely free from' law; I will expose lor sale,infront flrtbeCourt Lewist H-E t south by lands belonging _. -" .,
.and an Qusineuin the name otPaber&Ferri, dam{ne& The rooms art large and airy veil House door in tie.To-wa JoI.Newna Tine, on the estat or NBrual dec L;ead'by land be- 'ficc-no-. '.Be it enacted by &.":ate .'.1

To collect and rtcerre all debts due the firm ',of Crushed and comfortable., The eatabUlJUnent the: first .Monday ,in June,.AD' ;.1851, the: JOJiginClto the,eawte of XBr yb dead, and M HdnseofBeprtsentativs of th,State ot
1 Palmer, & Ferris by Bond-Mortgage N:e is pleasantly situated on a broad street,and no.better following named sections or so muca thereof E LeTy,l'est.by w ids beloJ1gJ.tlae estate ia Gezeral Assembly eonvraei That'I07m'
't or otherwise, also for Dados Ferric deceased. accommodations than it affords can be will pay the Slate and Country Taxi Assessed of jVBrnshdecd, and, .Townsend.v. :, upon Auction ales shaH be two ih- tak "
? All persons having demands against Palmer found in the cUt; A plentiful table will be against.Thomas Murphy, deed,and due thereon '' .' I*. nsou, upon the fOIII amoun1 ofjle eX per annum
4 &Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased, will pr 1 provided!civil mad attentive servant*. for the year A'jD,>1850,: together.with all > ':blertad, Ez-iff. Tc Coittter, of cotton not t up which'.there s' tpt On ms's

t eat the same to Tt O,Holmes for payment an. His charges per week is six dollars,-including necessary' .expenses.attending said late the KovemberSO" 1850Alachua J. :611I be a tax of one lulrororie per cent '' .aba-damaget Y
all percojxs indebted to Palmer & Ferris per ,Da fire and Ugh,sad every effort Fill be made to same being a portion'6f the bArredondo,Grant," : 8zm2. .Beit futher'ena
)
. triun Ferric are requested to call on T.Q.Holmes give Bitisfict ion,both to Tnndeot Visitors_ and dtttatedjlyingjmdbeiagin' the said county"ofAlachusj Oa. .Tax 'Collector's'Sale.BY an Anctioa ulea laWl be Thai n t tar 45;

J for settlement. & make paymeuL ', Permanent'hoarders. **> >.*' :.ana knoirn'as follows ,vix a' ,section virtue of'authoritv'in me vested bylaw, tinJcountJ or irieoit1orated town orcit OJ'JCried Ii

.3.sARAH P. FERai&Ada'z. { A couple of veil;broke saddle. ponies are attached JtownshiplO 10 s,JUsge,?OE, containing 640teresmoreor "1 wmexposeforsalejihfttmUf the Coon State,greater ihaa.twenty"e y ntb, .

i .ef D.FuLuadeo.DAV1DL.PALMEE to the Establishment. ., and, ,will.always, ,less.af,bdftndidw follows;- .Boaaedoor,la the Town, Newnansville,:ca oath e State. pert'cntts' 'yin
1 be ready fr lam .. north bjtae laadstnow'OTriied,'or'formerl first June 4..D. J JL.&he Sxc. 3. Be i( 'ranlau; rlaii : S"
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the Mdsday n t ; ngctit
" Jaek HTtll<.Jan, 350._. ifNotice ,Nortmber 30:1850.t. if owned,by M B Levy; on the east by the lands" following: named sections or so'xuxeh thereof as Auctionsersrko have herelofe ,-bees t all .

of the eMeof NBniIi decd.'oatnesoutA by the State aad Cofenty Tax Assessed ag > t ad a t JaYl 'appQi
Bears will pay wg sad comatiaaIoms'bate
; BcaEgtt Bean!!! .
lairds of John:H Lewis In rif at.of his wife : 119.
the ,
due thereon for the expired sutdilluictionte
yet
the ias4 Joseph wrhoahall
WILL purchase all BEA$ OIL and
rpHE copatmenhlp; beftcfore existing ba I .GREASE that the Citizens of Florida, win oa th"'J"r.J1.th..lands* .of,the.estte_of Peter; yearA:D,'J860 j legetliar with all necessary es d.,be.pe .tedahal 1 MO-td there e'41ZriI2 hen'; ,
X 'tweewtbe u feignedi* this day die ) /-/.' ,1U.I. the of jut I
tbi
: shlpto main Savannah. I will pay.for the Oil peM auandtugefd put yaws"from; date o' ':'
solve 1 by tuatual c uea1'111 business of the OM Dollar,a ,OreasJVty Coat o .at.. WILSON, 3000 ;acre*, aituated, lyingi' .and being AC e firm willba' prowcattd .a conclusion by Pound the articles must be Pjtri or r"ill most Shenffand Er41'= &HectorNovember <1 said ooanty of AlaohM,andjylog on the northor DJr eao JL1'1It'rdari{ thareeesaof
CoL'3pepci'r 'wsno U ,aathorited to recfir* al 30.1830. s, eatl aad i.(leAeswl A.bl shall '
'. "- fttilitily reject them. ,1 am a good judge t of. side the Arre&&io O rat known as ":the
moneys.3ne the firm. them. .They.must. be in_ naturalttatc. rrnO.I r four large'FL.ATSJri',good order portion of Forratimei'Graal'- a17FatiiI the end o t the iesie_ >the Qqf
: ,8. SPENCERJ.McROBERTBAKEB, .40. JL '. .aT -' ts', : rsldaebblyeext'aAerthel "f
W HTJMPHEYS, Apply t : -, WapttSAUc DitrooistXov. :T .= t '. r*s'.;b'; J.,McBORY.>' codAil,'1 1 -TR lltt.t,! _
.A.ul'4lt 2. 1650.. 16 18 dir. NOT,30 1850. to1 (Approved b the .1
ly jf &MRM' Jack.onlUeJNoY.8Jl tf Governor, Jan. 13, l.,.. 1. "' =1
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'. : TheWelaka The Source of theEvil.:: anti-slavery,.and:tho .President' 'Proclamation How the Physic l Works.
THE
:N'W"S.: : ; .
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; ;; ;- .. "' ? directed.( tigair.st them i is even -
-
j ,Capt. J3Iackeiiship! yeiterday, made, .or b1i itrh more u bubble:than ihe J "They are
Wgstihigtnn! Rt'p (.Tuesday The,following extract from the ,
trial of tbo Engino of his new >af, which the' \ ihburni cinders that .fly .from the report 't.:
we'are gratified tearn work admira It'!takes spnepainstovindicate necessity glowing] ,met' 'si:when,it it struck; but the .of the Dry Goods Market in'tbi';. ;
: ; of the recent proclamation] of thePrcsldentinunsweItO and the lie in incandescent New York Courier and Enquire
.blyv The Welaka, as perhapt some,of I ; evil danger 'the or"
denunciation mass,'sweltering forever in the fie- last week shows how much of :
J _--a--____.___:.___________________________ i our reiilers do not know, it to run be.. of it by the B 'Sloti Atlas, as'4unneces- ry forge of popular agitation. What stantial interest, the people_ of that si. :,

: JACKSON\TLLE: MARCH ;;8, LS ,I fween! ,Savannah_ and the ports on theo arid uncalled for." To dojhiVihe remedy,for; 'this' does ,the .President's ellr: *
... have in for
sary cryingoot lustily the Union7
I -% --- such
-- St. John's River, The Jacksonville. Prochmationnnd. all trumpery
I "The English Republic.'Re.' Republican obliged to prove that the shows bfauthbrity without afford! and 'the preservation' of good *
other power -,
:
Republican says : ,. '
:
resistance to the law, in the recent case \Weore' ; the.President. elweenJht' sections of the ,
I publicanism Abroad. "If the steamer itself) compares in any : not. blaming *' country.It .-..
was not accidental) but deliberately He is himself nothing but a ceremonyasingal ; "
way with the officers whoare to command .also shows that the South has not '
The "English Republic," says the her, we, can mot certainly bespeak prepared, and part of the operations for turning, on the cower of popular been satisfied with vapid cry for peace!:': .

Liverpool Journal, i ia the "rather statt- for the travelling community )laid nown by a wide and powerful com sentiment upon the inachin.ry.ofJSv. while "beneath, i it there' moved the .
But i if that, i is hostile to the gra. ..
ling nnd 5omewhatilkgalsitle".Pfa new well as. for all persons )who have'business bination-of citizens cf ,Boston. It power
entire and law,-if that/machinery is corroded, ting and surely dissonance of ar.-, '
with the boat ample .
Periodical, the, first number of which shows that this case was only an in*
sniisactinn-Clptain Blackenship is 'rotten und disarranged, what can he do? We may now sec that the Southern

; has just'appeared in London. It is intended too well! kiowa in this region to require stance and consequence of measures, He can do what, he, 'has done, and no people are hegining to protect them.
be the of the indicated in tho proceedings more: wait till)) the i is completedand i
to organ, not only a single word to be said in.his; distinctly outrage} selves in the high way, and it is to be, .
Republicans o'f Great Britain, for i it praise. Our fellow-townsman, ,,,Co!. J. of a great public meeting! ,held in .Fan- then issue a_Proclamation declaringthat '
that made
seems that there are some within he C. Hemming, ,has by his agreeable and: evil Hall in October last. ,Tho:call for the perpetrators are .not the..men hoped having the begining,.
) already rendered himself he took! them for ; that he is grieved they will) not stop short of the perfect..
jovial disposition
"
limits, but of the fame claS8 nil over one of the most popular officers that meeting s signed by throe hun, and displeased' ; .that he washes 'his consummation of the policy of self- '

;__, Europe. It will be the medium for" the that ever received fair at the "Captain's dred and forty respectable ,citizens it I hands of.itf and that:if they'.repeat the protection and independence. Let

diffusion of the of Mazztni and is and d. offence he will, it,' probability, bo
writings office. A 'clerk as is a clerk"\ he was presided over by a son gra them
no longer trust the distribution
all who fortunate to aail in compelled to wash his,hands_again. 1 Iof
e olher4cadcrs uf the feiocracy of the and are so as son ofex.Pi esidents of the United States
theIr
wealth those 1
to who first feed ,
his comp'any will find our opinion cor
I Continent. recto There'll be no danger in **goingoutside" and its officers were among the met of President Fillmore's Message to upon their substance aud then seek: to '
The obstacle in the of the
great way while lie's obuut;,ve'll ventureto weight iti Boston. Among the resoluv Congress in referance to the Bos- destroy their peace.
f success of Republicanism in Europe, ** tions unanimously adopted by,the meet. ,.
assert. .. ton Riot "FOREIGN DRY GOODS.Trade hasj t
I and Indeed a reason why i ought not to All of which we are ready to endorse ing, were the following: In the Senate 'on :Fridaya messagewas not been large during the past weekend' I'J

succeed, i is that it seems thoroughly Rfoohed, That we cannot{hellcre, that any under the influence of the prevailing {
identified with the agrarianism aoc (Qj Washington correspondent citizen am be found in this city or ricimtjr: BO received.from the'President in response dullness, prices are less firm than
of the Charleston Courier, under date destitute or love for his country and his race, to Mr. Clay's 'resolution. The they
Fourierism. The only' idea of liberty and so devoid of all sense justice, AS to take i wer? a fortnight since. The' Jobbers,
which the masses abroad appear to have, 19th insU, writes:-It appears that Under part in returning a fugitive slate under,this President has received ,no ,official in* I irom distaiit! cities hay? made their first

recent decissions of the courts, u law, formation yet in regard to the c se.- purchases! and shipments, and are not 4
is that it c1assea but
not only equalizes
large amount of return duties must be 'Resohctf, That we individually pledge to He repeats the laws of the United disposed buy any more at present _
equalizes, by distributing wealth. Wit! our colored fellow-citizens, who may be endangered Oqr. city Jobbers have also made their.
paid out of the Treasury. Severn States which authorizes the U. States
aid
the by this law,nil the ,co-operutionand
them a republic which guaranties early purchasesaed some-what .
members estimate it ten millions, but i it reli phich obligations of each of us to the marshal to hire prisons for the confine-. are surprised ;
rights of property and refuses to divide supreme bw of God and right impose ,upon us; that the buyers from the Southem -,
the the lands and chattelsof will not probably be so much. Shuuld and we accordingly udviie the fugitive slaves meat of'persons. He also states that interior are not here to make there

among poor, it be half that sum, the deficit at thecm and other colored inhabitants this city and the,laws required proclamation before usual.s. lettionl-1! trade is very hack
the rich Is not worth establishing. remain with We hate fear
vicinity to us. no
of the heal will be least ward with these houses who do South
'
Of without licentiousness year, at ten or that any vill be, taken back to the land.of live authorities can call! into exercise a
liberty twelve millions. The appropriationsof bondage, and we trust that such as have already military authority. He declares his I crn business! ,. and some shrewd merchants i iI
Democracy which is obedient to law, fled in fear,will return their business and are of the opinion that the political .,
they seem to know nothing. Conse. the present' session will exceed fifty their homes." design to execute the law to- the utmps I state affairs Washington has:

quently while loud in their professionsI millions. What was the recent mob nnd rescue ; extent. .of his power. The Message concludes no small influence in mercantile mutters

I but the faithful carrying out, /the as follows) : in our city. 'The Southern (peipltare
GEORGIA CENsus.-Returns fiom
liberal these
of principles, European recommendations of the previous pub. I use the occasion to repeat the.05. highly I exasperated against the Aboii
Democrats manifest very little respect Georgia have been received at the Census : lie The Republic clearly titionist In
meeting surance that so far as depends on me, at the North. the mean' \ &
for anything so conservative as the Republicanism office, except those from Baker, I makes out its case, so far as to show! the.laws; shall. l! ,bo faithfully executed). time'.trade suffers and many of our i

of tho United States. It Floyd, Troop awl! Bichmond counties. that the determination to resist the Jaw and all forcible apposition..to them sup: most prudent merchants nre assailed, <<

is this, doubtless, that arrays against The returns, so far received, make extended to a large and influential portion pressed, and to this end I urn preparedto << I by envions rirals as Abolitionist, and: It
of the people of Boston h might exercise .. the trade which last done
whenever it
f may l>ec me year was
the free State
I Ahem, notwithstanding many just principles population.of 501,451, have gone much farther and shown that necessary, the power Constitutionally' here: is being done in Southern cities.--:. .

: } which they advocate the resjaec- Slaves, 356,000 those who'Jo not favor resistance, still invested in me, to the furtherst extent. These thing, howt-ver, will correct? ,'

:tabilitycap5tal and religious sentiment give it the negative suppoit of opposi. [ am fully persuaded that the gn-al ma' themselves, and, in the end, will recoil;; I

I .of the world. Yet powerful as the op Total, 858,410. lion to and denunciation of the.provis- jority of the people of this country are ivjthlVaiful f..rce upon; the authorsof
Add the estimated
: populati ions of the act, and seek 10 prevent ex- warmly and strongly attached to (the I the slander.
position which it bas to encounter this
,
of the 'counties not heard plosions of violence against, by en- Constitution, the preseivation of the: The balance of trade must have b?eD.

socialistic Democracy is extending! -itself, from 62OaOI jcoui aging the hope that more moderate Union, the support of the Government, largely in favor of the South, or they

even in Great Britain. There exist now, I measures will secure its abrogat e'f- I and the mainiainance of the authorityof ould"not: ha.Vf drawn.o heavily on the:
,
in the of London less than six And we have a total o( 920.610 The Boston Couries closes ,an article law. North '
city no I 2 am persuaded that their ear foe specie as they did .a short
f societies of working men and women., which, it is believedin be found: strongly denunciatory of thelate riot, nest wishes' and the line of my Constitutional time since, so na to frighten the Banks .

based on the principle of Communism .to vary but little from the official result. with a paagraphthiat has a .whole volume duty entirely concur, and 1 for a few clays into stringent measures.

The population of the State in 1840 of meaning in this tegard. doubt, not that firirinessmoderAtionand All these influences operate ..ngninst
The has its characterized .
part presses, *\Y e have already alluded to the disastrous prudence, strengthened and animated trade, and jobl" ersvill_ not bennt

bv. both ability- and boldness. These are was 691,302. effects likely to -be produceJ at by the general opinion of the people more goods until she sal*'s with thecoutitry :

{ read not alone we are told, by the idle, How THE SILVER GOES.-Our cor- the South by the lawless deed of Satur will prevent the repetition of occurrences increase-until that time importers

t the dissolute, the worthless, or; the uninformed respondent Charlemac) that there day. Another' may now be specified.u .- disturbing the public peace, must be patent and not endeavor -
says, [ the .debate in the-United Stales Sen. and reprobated by all good men." to force matters faster than cit cum..
thinkers the
I but -by the wore was shipped from the port of N. York ate on this subject yesterday, Mr. Clay Mr. Claymoved the message be referred stances will adiniu"

kers, and the much reading members of last week $577,008, of which $345,183 remarked that the fugitive slave law to the committee' on the judiciary. -

the working classes. were silver coin ; nearly lialfthe amount ,never would repealed, if such outrageswere He oddressed ,the Senate in terms An Iron LiglJthPuse for Florida

I I "The Liverpo Journal very significantly being American half dollars. That is the committed. The and slavery mad denunciatory of the conduct of those

remarks : "The no Popery agitation the silver difappears. The eating caps now see the consequence of their who took' part in the affair at Boston, \\*e have heen favored by Mr. John '.
way insane doctrine and
preposterous acts- particularly the white under whose
:, cleaily does not embrace the houses down town have commenced issuing they perpetuate the very evil which is the instigations and inducements men the delu- Walker view of, of a corrugated Grace church iron street lighthouse, witha ,

great g ue&tion of the day. hin-plasters of 25 cent each.- object oftheir ,denunciations. 'Every ded negroes were urged to take these which he is at present constructing lot

The contest now going on, anti likely The value! forthcoming only in eata.bles outrage like that we haVe just witnessed steps. He denounced', in no very mea- the American goverement. It is, we

to go on for years in Europe, is not a however, so that they can't very ,.pw* off,father,'the day of deliverance sured terms, the proceedings of Mr. believe, to be fixed <>n one of the keys.ofTtbe .
slave. Yet these
Jorthe men tell us Ueo. of .
Thompson England.Mr.
of Florida. He has
coast only
j contest between Monarchical and Re. well 'become current, except among their conscience bid them
practice this Hale followed, pronouncing the contracted for,the hon part of it, and.
publican institutions-genuine Repub. thore who don't live at home. /"
: unspeakable Colby proclamation of the President -
as impolitic ;. the lantern is to be furnished by the
-I liraniam as we have said is lost sight This is,the language of the moderatemen unwise, unnecessary, futile; weak. American, who are to erect it. It is.

,of-but between despotism and agrarianism The Ultra {Southern Press. of Boston, those on whom the ,proceeding.JMr. now being put together at the Shepherdand
South is to its hopes of the faith- Clay replied Mr. Hale t
in the brodest sense of the word., repose rejoined. Shepherdess-fields New-North
\ .We find the following reprimand of '
ful execution the fugitive Jaw. It with much warmth.Mr. .
From such the friend of eh- road, Hoxton. The foundation i ic to,
a contest the ultra :press of the South in the .JV. did not suit the Republic to quote evi ..Mason contended that the law consist of sixteen solid wr..ughttron

: t .1.ghteoed.liberlY have little to hope. Express; dence'like this,in proof that oppositionto could never be executed without a screw piles, whiph will be bedded in '

colored in t What wonder that insvch a community as that law was so widespread and pow change in sentiment'of the people'of the solid rock, and are.to rise fifteen',
ttThe free population Boston a set unwashed and uncombed negro erful in Boston, as to call for an extra- the Nprtb. To surrender up fugitive! feet above -i.; twelve of these pillars' L

.tbe northern Bounties of Ohio number lackganls rush into the scuta of Ju8ii<, knockdown ordinal. manifestation af the. President's slaves was a duty requited by the, con will be disposed to form a "ffortyfive
square
counties.of its officers, and: bear off otfcn.Jers in stitution.. Massachusetts had laws
while in the authority. .
2,696, .southern triumph amidst flourishing of s word,and threats upon feet each way. The'remaining
b. the same Statr, it numbers 20,84-0. of pistol shots! The City of Boston is a black In another respect; too, -the arli le' f her statute'books which forbade the four will make a smaller interior

V -.----.- speck on the m -disgracedf jby tie lowest,the the Republic ,5s very defective, It execution of tho., laws(; by her officers square, $and will be the foundation for ;
J&-, Washington letierof,the 25th.ult. meanest, the BLACKEST: kind afNuu.w1ctrio.4! 1 II" does not pretend to ,show that the Proclamation and.citizens. He held Massachusetts the tower.. On these iron girders are .
p
Some of the more ultra of the Southern meets the evilcomplained of fals.to her federal obligations.Mr. .
be and thick
above
to them
placed
Land warrants are in de a
I says- journalwe are sorry to see, as in or has* the least' power to suppress<<: it.- Cass agreed with Mr. C lay.- flooring of oak plank formipg a platform ,)L

mand. They may be, quoted at $J20 the case of the Savannah ,Republican, ,The "combinations. too, powerfuj'to be, He justified the :act, *'of the President, from which the lighthouse '),iJl spring.;, C

: to $125 for, 16f( acres, and for 10 acres, are identifying not only the:citizens ol put down,:by",,the ordinary 'process of and had -no' fear" but. hevpuld' do his. Wo now.come. to the part which' 'is to P

9 1o a $t.l. Dimes and half dimes.and Boston, but' ,the people! } of all Massachusetts -, civil'authority",consist in :this case, of duty.Mr. be seen erected at Hoxton. It may be S
,and. New England, with the recent elements, which the of Dickinson followed
: American half' dollars ere worth two ,warnings the contendingthat divided into two Iarts.-the house for It
outrage perpetrated in the,case,.of Sha- President will fall nr1.ocuoos._ 'They the law could and would. bo executed the keepers oi.the light, and the lantern. J;
"-
p&ccnt.7premium. drach the fugitive. This -strictly .consist first of-a / ,
univcTsalJsentimentof : lo"' r. The house is thirty-eight feetpquare : tJ
r"t '! ,".p it king, neither' truthful, nor just.- hostility to and : Mr. Clay continued the-,debate withMr.
D'In' the :Virginia Constitution: > slavery to the very ond'eleven: |feet in ,height, and is r
{ because,.we have among': herein N. object of'the law ; second, of, Abolition .Halo. .,. made of a double costing of corrugated; I
Convention,,now sitting, the.committee Vork 'what.the Boston have .' ,
peojilc.of societies,:.embracing pearely third of MrButler contended that the law iron thr .eJghtbs of an inch in,'thickness tl
upon the -subject t.of qualifications far among them -'a sttof fanatics.nnd, .incetfdiariesVrealdy j .the'entire' 'adult-population of the Slate, was worthless, as any".law would be.-' and, placed; five i inches apart. It a

member of the State'Assembly, have, : "and, ,fit for the' commission and organized'Oii the principles 'active The North; had, determined! relentless: is.divhled! into nine 'rooms by partition d,

tmade,a.report, one,clause of which disqualifies (of any! : enormity', so that' the:incentive t and ceaseless warfare jon,the South war upon the institutions' of the South ofa, similar construction, ; the doors,: a

: 1n ltefl"o" ( the gospel nd re.toi"be o,negro-:it 8iigli.c" 16 in' every ,form: : of practical :mischief} i ; and..no legislation 'could'avert. ):the 'certain window?, corners of 'the hnu*<., places' !1vher I
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1 execrate us or them, asa .city holly third,"" co-f laws.'of. lastacbusett'/forbid doom lot th'e:,South.'. \ tbe partitions join the sides and

; ,priests of-'every denomination! :from given'over toMoi'" Rule,'orso far sunk ding) the' use of her'j ils ,for tne-deten_ !M!. :Dais.of.,1s.; ,cnntendidsbat: ; top:pnd bpttom pfthe. ,.sidt-s are, all;

\ 9t J g. .:seats.. .: i in the. .slbughi of Aboliii<>ni m,as :to,bemorrally .jon,of.fugitives!"and. .making it a.penaloflVnce the affair at Boston was one of[!those cases cased.with1 angle) iron.. In a,, ,wooden ):

\ Incapable J :'of obeying, cot 'for'any.officer ofthe.State. to aiJ! [ which; ght 'J"e anywhere.' house.the angle iron)is .represented byte '

;:.WHAT: RIILROIDS!DO :roit X.AND.- rner the'Fugitive: ve Lnwbut laws in.the:restoration of' a slave What After, fa.rther debate, .!.ihemessage ,timbers; the corrugated dthe
: plntes
) The 'Wheeling. Times. says that: J land of,any;-kind'7' And yet this very thing power'has)theP:, sident' proclamationover was refer ted. ;'td ,'tll :mmUtee"pni the bordtf.1ge; U, ,.is surmounted, by by.a \\.

along the line of the'Baltimore J and Ohio .is substantially .charged .upon :us' by any! .one,of t these in flu en cesj;which.. Judiciary, and the,Senai'e adjourned curved root, which is single iron plate' ; )" t1
; Southern .fre,8e.., who ought; ,J know 'all coalesce 'obstruct the'execution of '
; inside fwbich'wjhl be timber Proof
placed : ;
Railroadtn.'Vjrgihia, hasiqcreajecl, j in how to discriminate better.. law 'Will :,
the it
iojbjoois THE SEARCH c
penetrate SIR JOHN FBABJCLIN.
.. : FOB \ ) without, ,this the.heat would be In- ,,
the average, '300 per cent, and' tmount a- This indiscriminate; ,condemnation"of of that' ,diseased("' public' opinion which : g
'. .-;Despatches I have'beerfreceived in to1Jerabvhe, ,'wboIeof, the house is
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of for the.fitD- cept"w 1 the guilty! this,making ,the whole ... -. .; ', ", t
.Jnnd now. being prepared. presents. bodyof; Northern, England.of the.English" Arctic" bolted together, in pieces two feet six !
the faendor.tfle n confederateiwith society i : in,a state of either : 'Expedition It
active
(
cultivation i is greater than ever cuhiva or : inches 'in width. The tower i if
befne. farmin WeitZaesvilIi the Diiunioniitai.il' one>> of the passive hostility to the security'of slave jh' searchoj? Sir i John. :'r\ldiE.--: raised through ,the roof and from the ,1
ted
; mot:repugnant t|e ults:of the.ill-feeliDg property "Will it reach' ,the heart,o(. 'These jdespa\ches simply notify' theirplans cenireoftheplatform.Ic is alaomacfoof ) I

.which hid. beta. offered* for,$.12,000,has engendered! .tbe1onltant, ngtuiio ot that grand furnance|of' mischievous l.-r the-.winter, ,, Trw!: .enterprise a,"double..casing of ifonl .is ,cylindr: Iii
'I since the Railroad 'fros. located. along the) ::Slave rjuestion.' Biscrimination, plotting, the' )Abolition 1 WillIt -
,_ Society proceeds ,to Hong Kong to take cal, and seven, feet..inside m dianteter.ri:
provisions
-its J borders, ,been; cold ror$2OOQO..: In and4animpartialor: ; unbiased judgmentconsiitutes .epeal the laws. of ,Massachusetts, ; 'Tne'pthW\vessels ;which! I.i is,divided iato rings} !!ixfeetieJgb't\ ; u1 t
:
of" tbexharacter : ,. are
no part of wbicrubrnnd ns"n : '
Newark, O.a,. tavern, *tand which had \ : pen4olTencetheas'siatipgiriihe.reBtoratjon > ? \ bolted together and' each ring |s'lilted
.' tte'professional,agitators of hJ..a.t! ,: ; of fugitives.toheir provisionedJbr four years, will winter to JIB I in '' '
place i Jbt'Sht
twoptqeei. !
rented $400 the of : :
for
on completion Who is the. eater !'the"ulrat''" '
] ,-The in
owners ,mubs-Dfu the ineiebubbles' the)arcjic:! regions, and :resunu, rjieir frotn.the platform\ohe commencement
(he Railroad rented for $1,800;;; )a. i the, ti
: professional Bgitntorno.w ) .thisbueand
: : P.f"' 'Ji," :v J I -' ,:: on. .:> .- 'nngrysea'!" "' :' ':" _of'1 researches.!,.v ; "," .!L',,."in, :,the'i spring.. of theJahtern'tB. Jf$ |ect. The tower de- ,
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c i much- -siiength from n"sparat<-t ast-; 'lhern7and'tHat the fawiliarseas.samlj: r'Govewojent.Officer: ; rrestedjn liCt" .: 1 1. :two; : I )):i. i 'J!JJ.} !!.'- __ .

\"" [ves stflircsse,which ascendslo Ibe Jan! .. and forests'.at! their very-doors, mani: i. .. Boston!, ... 5' (! **, i, W O1 E: :olI,! !I1 'I;.Vcseq!llb1-tn.; : ianythiiig.-ad; nf ; .
run ( in tcountless. :and'eloqlc(1 forms; 1* ntl1 r have nearly sill
elt'
solid prni
ti., |ern floor,and is supported by a Bosrox f'eb. 27-1 P..M., The expected mrssn gfrxi \h1et. ,bad"! '
't newel.' Each step,' ** U is.bolted the glory, the power, and tbe,goodnessof 'Yesterday,.GsoLan&,rj.cxfDistrict Attorney,': f dent iu.rrgad'w tho* ..
ron r;Y9.s. nJ JUI K. .;Burncst (J1tS: .
God. : OV resigned hisofixcef
arrested
'. also 10 the tiewel.tutEfl* Wai: by Deputy 8herifCobdrii'opol a 1 f
side and e'means )
the mob ttd requisite for lhe
0 To additional He has not'oaly scrutinized tbe surface writ brought blA1ex.: Barton,of Salem, the' t)! : rrol.tJyi\, tf 'yew 210Senatorihip. ki1J"tl ,
t i stay in itself. ,secure arrested thatcity few aDdbrought execution ihe fugitive a"f. was.com* ..
to be of these .beautiful inlands! but.be man a dys.ln > .' lt5feenJsjofbe4ocddeil,
i; :' ttiffoess, pieces of ga pipe! are bas. into the waters to Boston njwn the churge of being an municalrd to ihe Senate to day, and thAt n Democrat w/JI tbat'mu eoUr.'i5tcd'cffierbut"wboamongtbmany
down get
t.', >laced between the casting every ele- gone penetra; aiier. and sbettor'in the' rescue of Shadr&cb waa read nnd well received, it jscon- '
", inches and to Le belted ,through.D .-, ted t abodes. of strange and .nameless o' .up g that Lnnt maliciously and irltboat any sidered (' at;' jpimnts
furimhing evidence i.
$,,: ren addition,'from tho piles twelve ;says fishes, and,with_scientific, rudeness, given just and probable: cause under oath made .a I as satisfactory ,will. .fye the" J ip l tky man. 'is"t.not1, :
of ihe Crm and "
immoveable de "
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inches in diarn- to our admiration tbe ;romance and complaint in writing before Be j.'F.Hallet,Esq, : ", S !.kn.;.",.,. : ..
eleven ,
>f caft iron pip, one of the Comn&pfoncrs'of th. Circuit Coon termina'onotthe President ,and the
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He bas .
the fashion of submarinelife.; J '.MOeorge" O,. 3IcMiilIenfurmes&( -' .
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inclined to meet : _
. tel, will rise and be ort United States for thi District of Maichosetts s.l. administration, to execute thelawjoUievery'lelter. I .
beneath the walked.amongst the.sea fans and feathers against the said' pLuctiff. .of jaUabnftSf, ., Flotilla bas been 'eIeriecL .
*e., the tower at the top, just : Damages .
t and also four stays from the in- the'forest retreats of ocean lovers; I are set'at 810,000. an.J'Mr.Lunt was required 'fhe ; FiiociVe. ferki tbe CaliforctiUlousciuf '

lantern pili'ng. This again will *H be stilt and published the envious world a*_ ta) gire bailin. the sum, which he did. S message recommends the ,Repre'sentaitres.The "< .,'.- <
ier Second Executive authorized to call ...: L
Despatch.A
and diagonal bore secrets which the lords and ladiesof upon -- _.t: ,.
'! ened with vertical, horizontal fancied forever bidden writ.was issued about-a week since"for the the State troops and other force',to"aid 'S. ....
. I bracing, so that when erected ii coral caves were arrest of Copehart, Attorney Debree the alIrged ; the United State" authorities without British ,Array..
in the deep trnpic'sea. -The geo orS bat he' far.
will have ihenppearance of a pyramid owner &drichJ has thus ,
of. .-coral reefs and escaped the officers. Men find the preyi'us; issue oC a proclamation, -
lantern graphical position our: are employed to
of 1 iron network, surmounted and by monster a isI.iuJs, ths vicinity to the Equator, Kim and are to be rewarded if they succeed. which tbe existing laws require. The If.we credit, iheiatrments. in the:

,; and enclosing a house and the ,warm currents of the Gulf _The case will come before the' Court of Common debate,' that followed was Very exciting London ibe.BriiisUjirmy, czpe'., .

chimney. The double casting spoken what Picas.in Salem.on. ',the third' AJonday,. ofMarchuext. embracing a diseussion. the ques:' cially that fart.which ;in lndiavis in

of will not only be a great advantage render them Agassz pronounces tion whether the law can be executedor a shocking _tatc of deinoralizaiion.. ...-
with regud to strength, but also for the them, the most interesting. of*H similar, ; I A writ of attachment has first been served by, The appointment of Sir John "
nut. Grey U
I and Deputy Sheriff Qobnrn the and the .
the goods
we upon
formations globe
are upon ; I
urpose of venlilaiion.of the Openings in I trust that his'lectures, on his return to I,Estate of "Geo. F. Curtiss,,.U. S. Commissioner, The! proceedings of the oard'I I of Aldermen l I.he command.al:Bombay, In India, 093rovi .

nade at the bottom building induce other Jovers oflI&turetu : and "Patrick BileyDeputy D. S. Marshal, for of Bo O'Ii.hae. in 'the. 'meantime > 'kcd a long' article in the Daily

the partitions and the tower, so that a I Harvard' may '-510,000 damage. :-This! was brought on behalfof ,-afforded nsuran sthDtthe; city News, in which.the personneal, and 1).. .
air will examine them. His industry, Sbadrach the alleged fugitive alias Frederick '
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free current of pass every. :' administration
a will not l>e further. disgiaced by blackor pf thearjny are severely
The form of corrugated iron, his energy, and his success. are inarveh Minkins. laborer. The suit charges that
where. Herl.
bus and his bar. defendants did arrest and cause to be arrested, white abolition mobs: The spirit of I1SID '
which) may be described as a successiun ; upon glancing over I and did then beat aud ill treat the said plain insubordination to federal authoring IfIndian wtnmznas4ircgrent: prises

of waves in an out, or curves of contra- rels and boxes of preparations, one .can i -to, those who' bpj! them. This j
, tiff.The strongly manifested in Bos.t p.b.egnnJn *
flexure, gives great strength in itself almost fancy that univalves, bi-valvs, defendants are held for trial in $lOOOO, wqrlh from ten '
fifteen thousand
to
J-
ihe in the and 'the.'eJertiO"fI
What with the bracing, nnd the way in and multivalves, the modest and.pretay i each, to appear at the April term of th Court presit pulpit, al ,! .
pounds and John is ,.
' tied mangthellalhe bold and massive strom- I of Common Picas Several other government dud i in legislative resolutions and a' year; 5ir juidjp
and are
. house tower
which both I and State officers will be arrested shortly. The acts. It would be remaikable if, after I have no claim from any distinction of

. together, it 's supposed that it will com-. bus, nnd the sedentary perina, like the i ground upon which these suits are brought is, all theit preachings: ,leaching, 'arid sOc..' past services; to ,be, so infirm ns to beunabejo.wak
hurricane. The building coons before Capt. Scott, crawl out for .
!- pleately resist a thitthe Fugitive Slave Law is unconstitutional, without .Assistance
tions of sedition : : -to
will shortly be completed and ship- inspection whenever he presents him and that the officer prosecuted acted without \vholecommunity' .
; be njd and rule
deaf. the
black anti white should not be infected : very very By
ped to its dettiuation-London Shipping self in their waters. He delivered a authority. _ _ prevailing in the commissionscan
with its spirit Mr. Webster was ihe army
lecture last in the
, Gazette. evening Baptist The Administration and the Boston be bought and sold
. Church, and we have never heard romany first of the citizens and representativesof up to the rank
Massachusetts to stem the current of Lieutenant Colonel. ..Beyond) thai
,. fhcti short time Outrage.
:; Slave Movements in interesting in so a '
Fugitive of fanatical..sedition, and it remains to promotion goes oqTby ,scnority.! rhe
be hour.
as us in an Verily a The New Book has
gave York: Day the
t' Boston. I, man who wishes only to tell the truth .I be seen whether it has not given rise: : effect is, ,that wealth enables, a man lo

,Tho following despalch appears in I can say a great deal in .a very abort I. following notice Messrs, Fillmore and to such a reaction in public ,sentimentas i put hioseif in the line of promotion,, -

the Neyo.k 'l'ribune- '! time. xVcbster's dealing, with the higher- law will abash: and confound the ogitaItirs. wherr: if he lives, he most ,enevitablynaeby
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Feb. J9th. gpntry of New York and Boston ; degrees without respect,to,merit!

: BOSTON, ; Mr. Webster has written a' I learn from Boston thai the chanre or services.. The general officers of the
k, It is .well ascertained fact that moie Correspondence of the Express strong British therefore
a f letter to the Union .Committee and if of Sumner's election for U. S. Senator army are really the

r warrant have IKMMI Jssued for the arrest j j WASHINGTONFeb, 22d. the administration' will ,out the has been: diminished. by late occurrenced longest liver? ot.a class of wealthyA.vontes .

of fugitive slaves.IJje t The in the N. V. Tribune carry and The is-
following, sentiments and principles of that letter that some combinations may now consequence .we qunte

colored citizen. are aware of j| (if true) it is thought well and thorongh- there would be hope of it but writing be made whereby some national whig British aulhoriiiy-that "so pitabla a

this state of things a.ndit is believed I|Ily disclose: that !.1asacbusctjes is alluifist yet or democrat may be eJecle'a. The! reception -.. spectacle" as the two hundred and .seventy
:is is
ono thing .anj doing a*
are thoroughly organized.and armed. j in a state Nullification, and thai nother. To a Union committee quite ora which the slavery agitator, general officers of iheBritish army

A new military association is ab"utl'ein 1:' the President was rather too late than Union meeting' Mr. Webster will makea George Thompson,* !./P., met with at a. to .age., an4 physical capacity"the *

-! formed tiers to, fcc called the Lib 4too i early in issuing his Proclamation : tremendous appeal in behalf of the Springfield, is.,a"proof that public opinion world never*aw." 'They .vary in
_
r:} League. .More than 100 of the !}! "When Burton was arrested in Salem Union, but daie be, or dare the President in the'interior'of the State ,is cor years'from l 'hty-eight'to sixty-two.

rust inflaemal and .able-bodied young the citizen of that plJce'oulJ not allow make one single move rect. Mr. Giddings: has attempted to Thecommander-in-cbief is eighty eigl
against
wen in the city are. pledged lo join it.. he officei to take him, until tile Jat. Sewardisml Dare they displace a bring thu assault upon Thompson: before the Lieutenant Generals,,frpjn sevent}

''lh- Association opposed to the Fugitive ter gave pledges that the only charge Seward office holder because he is a Congress, as a breach of the pnwlegt five to sixty-two; the.l\lojQr Generals

Slave Luv and the aggiessionsof against him (Burton) was for aiding in "higher law" man, becauso he believes of ibis member parliament, and from seventy five to the.ljkeage. The
sletfe-'iunleis.' Siadr! ;ich. the Cugi- the above named I of Colonels ,.Commandants -
rescue, the citizens as. I the fugitive slave law 1 Dare a violation ofexistingtiealY obligationsThe average age

tuciby this time safe in Canada. He serting that [ /* A FUGITIVE SLAVE SHALL they deal with him as a wrong thief becausehe verdict of, Congress will be, "seiv in the engineers ,is seventy,niqein the

left this city hy private nvey/ince, SEVhB. HE TAKCX FROM\ SALE\1.-lJJ; : ed him right." artillery seventy-lhree;ofX olonelssixtythree
does believe crhne1-
and r eaclll'd tile bOI..e of an abolitionist, (EElIn that town the crowd was very No! They not, .have. not stealing the a to It is to be noted as an important sign and= sixty-six respectively; audof.

na crruin town :in the western pan great, and so much excited,that th* Mayor their courage of-the times that the Democratic State Lieutenant Colonels? ; .joTty-eigbt and. .
nut ,principles.
of Masfciehuiells: !', on Sunday:; morning. wag cal ed out, and the Riot act read...f11 dare carry ) own tile of They the Convention ,of New Hampshire and fifty nine, r'Lately' a reg)n=L., u be
not proclaim, ,
. There he was uelcomed.! The familyvere U. S. Marshal Devens purchased law ell'mie.s. to the constitution opponents, whose Connecticut have .planted themselves stowed on a.major general who bad been

S \ al breiLfasr.: He was asked to sixty revolvers to-day, and distributedthem absolute it fulfills and upon the platformj ihe Compromise_.: foriVejreji years:in' thea. rny. .
partake, and declined, saying his first his I requirements ; \V\1-.this'; immense.numbcr.'ofo'q-
among men The, fact, when becauce dare d do A large portion of the national whig
they not not
an they
duty was to re urn thnnks to Co: I for known in town, tended to excite, rather : fulfill the tluties will ultimately unite with them. peranooatcd JGeuerals they have tOt

his deliverance from slavery He knt4tdown than quiet the public feeling. Pistols neglect to devolving los.JCalifonua. .. a sply-of competent'inecr for the necessities -
them executive officers of the
and prayed most earnestly;. for ;and bowie knives have suddenly become np'-n of war. .

continuance of (iod's mercies.Shadmch : scarce in this market. IT is CONSIDERED government. .So:much for officers',of the highest ?-

is a mewj!>*:r of the :Methodist .TbePresident and'the Secretary of ] rank. Ot.tbosef1owergradi'atIeast'that
A SIGN OF E'P.: ESTNF. -S. '
Statecattwrit awl talk and '
C'turch.; On Sunday evening he If the Tribune is the proclaim, prtwbiclt.i&itm; : India .
correct, next ,n worse account
but why don't Action is what The late accounts from California are
: th.eyactl ,
attended A"tiSUiery" meeting, in thing Congress onght to do is to orderalevy still is, given. ..Tha London
we now \\'nntnotVlrd.. .. When they far from .being favorable. A
It-mole:! attire. He remained unsuspeoled : of the Milita in the middle Stales I : co-res. : News say:' Every'. mail l .from. lad ti
audience. His Andre :begem to talk tie Day Book.gave them pondent of,the New Yotk .Journal.. jof "
by-4he arresl to enforce the law on Massachusetts\ % bringradditional and 'i cre sing.atiil-:

& ue was the subject discussion by with a concentration of the Navy off three ch't"eu. with the-"rest mankind" .Commerce, writing from that. S tale jioldihe ing evidence f Jho:,..bocjcingly rorqiptCQndilfon

the hpejLer Atn..ng the speakers I Boston ; and it \vil! come to this, with and and we declared: ourselves their friends following- language: J not',,of ,ibe Indian. army, but ,
supporters and would have as "I think matters of.bus ness in Gall
,
wet* members of the SudoIU hare another :::;he"s rebellion, if the people of gone of-L4tJtisb.oflc ;" ,hold ing-com nmsio* a
far nnd as strongly :with -ihejn"and for fornia are tending to .a 'crisis., and i it *
H, calm and said he
that : that
was very Massachusetts suffer such incendiaries m : army. Now we 'hear of cheating .
them as any papvrln the Untotfbut w hen must, come. :speedily' Merchaj) wbo
had determined io sacrifice life ratb- ; i at cards then of
as are now so numerous among them to swindling at banks.,
.-r than be taken bark into slavery. we see them insulted, snubbed;"bearded have imported. :goods 'Vargtly, ,cannot now..of theureputationof ladiesbeic'faIse1yimpeached
goon. nnd defied in their dens such sell to and. young
His right name is dhcrwood.Cortetyndfnee very hy enough payf.ig'bt j .consignees tu tfibrd
messgossip
unmitigated scoundrels) AS jfhurlow ,.many oftbein. at)least','are, ..unable '

oftks Ctatltston Nei::. The News by the Baltic. I Weed and his ttatraps-when. we,see or unwilling to' Miise:: funds 'i1t',JO per secede! ;'.brother.officeTa,,then. impudent* .wivesf attempts xfanneressary. ,to .
JUaW
them, cowering before the miserable cent per mouth topay freight, and ..wait .
KEY WEST Feb. 22 1851. .duels omelimes of
The the is pC1.JO
.Baltic ?
political news by freesuil whig faction of NewJTork, for a change in the'markets. 'TheicsuIt -
The Isabel l did arrive her naj-co war dice. In the presence .of-lax
not at
select following afraid will be that' '
the stiror because
not very mportarlt.Ve to tutu they may cargo aftereargo musinevitably <
usual hour the 19th and until she discipline, expensive habits, pecuniaryembarrassment
on distract the be forced into and
items : whig party, we .cannotre, << auction,
( :pratate.nl.
made! her on the following immorality,
appearance frain from sold for wh will
\From 1M .(irerpoZChruicZe of the 8th ] expressing thoroughcpn- they bria'ig"One and.a cot&idtruble of scandalous
felt for her amount*
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morning, some anxiety was ,
viction that they have not the *courage of the gold diggers, writing to :
GOVERNMENT SCHEME RELATIVE PAPAL
I TO vice in'ibe.lndanarmies to beitowheieeonmdnerdyecauseorpasr
83felHollins bold skilful and '
is a fulfill their and his father in- New York '
AGGRES lo .-Lord John bushel made speechin I to greater trust, arc not : speaks-very
experienced navigator, and handles his Parliament lost eight relative to the'Pjpal the men for.the limes.. As far.ns'they dolefully. He paints a .mo&t gloomy '
,beautiful: steamer as does a child his Aggression. His lordship dwelt strongly on : merit, wiiliont '-referenseto! present ea:
with them and will of his andbose of oth
go, we are support piclure, prospect ? .
mimic boat ; yet: as bo ,has to run the the animus shown to this countrby the,Court them-but if in miners be pacity, morafj! nental"'and.physical, i*
they perMst refusing u ..inferreorfrom
mo..t (perilous parts the.Florida Reef of Rome, in Appointment of 'Arc bi.bep may thereford-serioasly: to.endanger the stzbih"tyt '
make the war .fin often8we. one,' .when shoit extract:
Calico the and the declared :
new primate
f
Indian ,
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duivn at night too it is not a little ,re- our empiie; fer-tt; we ;
is self-evident that "The
enemy of the, Queen's colleges. The chapge it so is the nty( prospects, before me areipost .
aretod
mirkable that: he' 'has. hitherto met, with I from vicars apostolic to bishops with English. war in which there is the least ,hope of gloomy iodeed., .1, tell yoy'.(be_truth> ,- ,,depfcn.dsc. :*heword",

, .no accident. % ties were made without a single, intiaationto success they.must expect to.be,left Behind
The c..n truelton or the screw pile the British Government, but as the change ; i Wecan chance in thousand for THE BOSTON Cur
S givesjhenew.bishops,certain rights over property to pght their, battles atone. ; : one 'me or any :' : \UxSHAL.E3I1'ow.

light at Caryforr reef, under the .superintendence for: religions purposes, be proposed us a as ware. : ,them that the people,wiU oat,else,to anake fortune jl(-('fthfor- : E.m.T :AID m_AE ESTKNO.AKD KEEPING

of Maj. Lenard of tbe Topographical retatiatorymeuurc, to make all! Ihe acts of the not help tltos, ? who dare not ,or do! *not qia by ;nini Jg. You may not see the FUGITIVES.. -:Marshal ,-Turkey having.

Engineer Corps, i is progressing ; bishops their official capacity illegal;and to help themselves. reasons of ,this At first ; but if you were stated tbtifaouuthorised by the May

rapidly, and he expects to declare* any .property so bequeathe&IorfeitedtoIhecrori& here,. and caw things aa they are, you or,',be,woatd_ arestTand keep,,fugitive
show its light on the Fourth day of July Slavery in. California.The .' slaves, "
The bill also prevented'any,Catholic fractionary wouloSbe vilcedJ ,am surel.. 'The or'rignbis office. the AljyjjrHndAldermvaiuet

nexl. The importance of this lightto from assuming any ,titl* belonging California Correspondent of .i. thoughts and nruietiesbf, ibe'great ,majority ,*,n :-TuesdayCamming : ,

the navigation of the Gulf ,will be an Anglican dioccs, or to.aa; place or districtin lending anti-Slavery paper,' writes. as of the miners this vwinter. area and.passed"the foUowingpjeambl -

redily understood, when I say that it' the United Kingd m. The.parties who' be- follaws.] 5- ,,,, bow: :can make a fort.unebut how and order : ...

stands u{.on the m'st seaward part of queath billj are property placed in to..the this church cateoryof, under felons.the new,'in ""Qar Legislature is on ibe eveof. electing .' and ,t0Airecan4_ make_ enough'"ro.,keep C iiy of Boston, f n*bord- :of Jr.,....

the reef known as the elbow of the reef, having itforfeited; to the crown. Is this justice .a '(Jnitfld State Senator_ and we me'from starving, to by my. !OVi8i ns, fir andAldermenTuesday.. Februarr

about nine miles from the land, immediately to .the heir-at-law, to whom, on account of any fear the result, as thousands of onr people clpthing and :necessaries pf life l- IS.,. 1851 :_ ,.. S --"

.on'ihe edge of :the Gulf, and in legal informality, .the property ought,in,fair- are from"the'Southern States,many There ire, hundreds of per"UJs"here; Whereis: .ibis board has learned. vhh.

about tvelwe.Iet"tVater.. Within a few leA, to revert : inthe offices and worth a and in'debt
Mr. Rothnck followed whom highest are owl _cent, deeply to deepj-egretlhattbefnlrgrity Nth laws
,who) the Pripe Min
rods of it theig! aretwenty fathoms, and uter. said,that the fears'about,the'Po.pe might. constantly urging ;the 'introduction ;the.store keepeis:and .oth r*-/)-r.provisions and tbe,,diguity"of the coamoowelaUi

it then rapidly deepens to'a hundred. have been reuon&blt ages ago,butthat, the alaves into the, State;, ,All (!journals ; &c.,.during the! ., .last summer. and city hate been greatly impaired .by
! The light will be the,first class Fieswel present day, they ought to.bethet': .ridicule be '
. .by and we have !many, are' either silent These are the most .unlucky be sure, ,'forcibysescuitig and abducting

lamp,one hundred- feet above tide water, rather than by argumrnL. JJe encouraged the upon,the. subject, 'or speak: op raIY'ln They.hive'.worked_hard'to make money a prisonerrom tbe bands" of an: officer .
Catholics to treat it with ,snd to evade '
and its ,flashes will be seen from tbe ltl"IaroT ol1lbcbugiDg-contempt titles, :without. (avlr of-the Jnslituiion.! A wrong,impression but h 5ve: beep.nrortnnite.! J have. .fthevUnited States. WhOclose "nad'hiJn '

deck of a ship twettfie miles in clear lessening' the, power. of their. bishops. obtains.at'.the'North in regard been'.as:lucky',as three. fourths 4 f the' eU4t041-Tller Iote'jtJi, "':v' : : : .

- weather. .Prof. ,Agassiz leaves us in *,AUSTRIA.ReJattontff to adaptation ,o(:California to slave i raining I opuhati u. ,AtnneiimoIaas: : Qdere1 ThiiLa "hy MarahaJuDder -'; 3

tbe lat: el, to tbe general .regret ,'of uur tkt. ujJti.&flIu and Austria.- latjpr. .In'point r of fact, no State in
people, who: well know bow to appre'ciate We read in the Independence, Brussels, Ihe ,Union mow. 'favorable. ;, none! .:where I yiions clothing,'.&&, amounting about i directed, wheneverhe.shtllieprnper-:
p him.H, .has examined the Everglades Prague Gfozett*.announces, !what was to : .
easy slave labor,could be more prpfitably em :S100- lJJheio working: :.bard: ly"ioforraedsby: '.anypablic'ficexrfl;
.al, ape.Floridaan4.the Cor.a'IToefsat foresee, thecouapl.t.ruptare of the diplomatic No State 'rooruin till holes thisSIateQr..o, ( theUDlte4"Statr.
relations bet ween Austria and the United 8ta& 8: ployed. tn theXJrion| has so from .. ofghtsinkiag ;
the Tortugas and. maD ., f the- It is certaia;that, after,the insulting reception fine and extensive mar he.;called;$"Tc. in company;with,.'another man,) \but.wefoutod iere.is',danger, that he.shall be 8akw

intermediate pans of general.interests; given to hiscouununieaUons by the,AmericaiT J lares.1'! ,theflet.afl4.jjtheworlJ, :for n&tgotii 'Afterwards ,!,'_ made$5thi& fully obstructed it' the 'performaw. : ;
and made many observations and ol1ec. ,Senate, the presence of M. }Hulstminn,cb rle" ;rice.fields 8nd' boni his. officiaHulies.l/yii1nobandjA
whil.e,pnr .Valleys.wilI, -enopgH. to4)aymVfjdebt five *t he '
grow _
..
.
; d'aLi"cl.Austri& 1
ions.1 1 formation elpt; dang of the tb.e.:jrects origin ci'gr1idu keys and 'impossible, aud'itls.-!probable uhington tba,,bad;if the become geographical .the' test 'tobacerv-and,..oor exten.iwe'm ?isthe ,most,'that t..b,| vc pejds assistance! ,jmmedrateJ! >,t<>. repair! ; .. "',:
'
position of the two powers were different < } r faffbr'd. an }additionally! : 'strong"unlive. 'ever bad at-any :one,time(in:'California.Then to tbepaCeWbeTcitWippiebea4d. '
of Sooth Florida. .
roasts Ourpeoplc'.re the inpture would*ot_be confied to the : ." The ;climate, .too,',1 'blgbly; : llhoaght seriously.of returning! to said riot, will be barmaid:there faiibToTy : l .
just awakening, to the ,conviction recall of the Austrian'Tepresentatite.1* 'Let. favorable l ,to, the .colored, if I staid hefIEiker I ao'd wiib.tbe whoje '
.. race.*: ,We the S.atevkDowing! : that; : : truly, police force i : '
tbst they are !living in:a region of rare lets from y4ennapa6lisbed 4nthe leading who educated iiiise'Noiih' .It .j. Ju control '.:;
are ; freepriciples : a nd watr uztor.triatikir..wuI4sonbe'gone. under a I., use lhesamomiiirao '
morninsjournil '! : .
tak that hadMr.
; :
and '''Iulotfc.lpterea' ; that the Crea 1> Jann.the. i :?
UAikd. ,&t l* Agent )ne.entere4'Uuujaxyaspy. feel_oar danger; and will soon .-' But ;L ''had'80t"hea'it -eB rgelie manner |x>ssibJeyinsup.! Ff"
tor's haqd; has ,sc'\t'cred_ the most beautiful forx adrift Propejr. be issue a paperofan.onler; 'to astonishthenalivet. i ceiyedyoo letter if 1 bad tshouldrbjvas !}ite iwf pd tKe; '
sciencu yotfXJ JuTeb en shot as ... ,. last : ,' port ? mafltenucoftime ;'
pnrls' of .piofnseljaruiiud] "* *** '* -.5' l. : ;;
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; : .J't' jDT1IE' Guides; f1 : ',c" .-f ;O'F4u ., i Newx. il' : 1'N ev.Oileans L 1 -' ; ;,&' 'J uq- ;A T: ';ir tNI ;t AT" J. A'i:

\" : ""AND"\VIN'r GOODS : S .
; iJi1e
Express. the & -J'J.
; :Office over large 'Tt"DJ
L! e. .4i He* itHO & v -f" Mescrs..Iloxjsks. & Co. r t
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\ 54 PHE subscriber.has now on hand and offers BYTEVEt' :SISilIP.: '
I ; GOLD,ST., PCW( l' opposite eteMasoniTLogeaIJay. StreeK' $
Continue : I .tor sale at.very.reduced prices,a new and "ofFicES. : '
publish ,Ore foot & I.f: > '" \TC7iLL:: practice la'the1;several Couatjl
I 'Qu&nerly.Ruiew& and BLickWood's I : ; well selected stock ,of article Fall in and the Wpter..Dry Goods Goodsline No. 19. Wall St'>eeX New Yort, and [T the Eastern Circuit Florida.a .i itend
in additlm ,to which they hare ; ( comprising ,every !6 the collection claims *'
minced the publication of a ftI11 : ,,It.b.au assortment of Fancy Articles,:se-=: St.. Chailes' -Hotel Building, N;:Orleans.! 'States for Military Services and for against tha r I
tural Work, called the I acted from., the :most, Fashionable Houses.He .- ,Mobile Agent'; .M..BOULLEMET.: : lost UormlMorrother
- ; has: made arrangements hare gooda, 'arrive S Every attention paid to iht ileczf.iof- laid JerTice.property_ destroyed by. troopi' _1Also.clalms
.
to -
- Farine.Gui4e weekly, which will enable,him to ke'p.hii aft ; N4tu,te; ,
_, for Pensions disabled SoU\\
"
: ck.complete V '
.
Practical the Widows and
--- and Agri I Thankful for the.patronage be baa received, PENSION ,AND J80UK TV ,.L ND. ,or Also claims for Orphansofdeeasds'Land ';
Bj EN&Y STEPHENS F. R. S of h assures his old friends that they"can find just .Bounty to cficerntu'soldiers
e '
foi.throffieera and soldiers of the and the Widows
authUor of the "Book of the ; what they want at theBrick" Store, at prices OBTAINED ". war or their legal trpreienta- oiScers and, soldiers. ,and Orphans_ of. dW'-- -..
assisted by Jons P.: NORTOH, M. ,A that cannot fail to .ui He would say to those t\'e. A1a;will his attention :
t Tf n, Professor of Scientific & who' intend purchasing that he is always ready Pension for life,for widows of such'ooldiera'vrhoman'iredprevioaa ,'. give and convey Insj
to Tites!
examining Records apd
- College, &.&c. and willing to show ilgoodsfe UDg well assured to 1800.: ing claims Lands.. '' as3ens.
I The work is being published in ; that theyc&nxlOtbebcat.: ; The,ItockcODIiatain .
All business entrusted to him will
I Ij Numbers, of 64 p&geaeach, u'cl part f'Colored .- 1D .Y LANID. meet tj&
attention and aU.instrnmeati
Steel engravings and is'sold at 25 and black silks; Plain and Figured prompt ;', ,of'I'A
: '
I or $5 for the entire work in numbers I ,of every qtulitjr; EngKth French and American ,For. the surviving, or tbo.widows, or; minor tins *ill be executed by him with &tat&eut&rdespatch.

I there will be at least twenty-two. Print; "Jenny Lind"8a11 Dresse.;,White fend Blue ,children deceased ofBcei-s and privates, ;
I Embroidered Crape Shawls| Cashmere and Delane .Jacaksonville.Jan.25,1851.' tf
The,British Periodicals R -pub wioserved in the
Plain ,
Shawl AVorked Collars Worsted Hood
; ; ; '
follows, vis: a 'Figured ..5mer.; Cloth.; Veiling Green and War of '2812, with Qjeal Brittun ; the WM. M. TUUTWj5
The London Quarterly Blue Beraz for veilt:White and Red Flsncl.;"Bcotch tie. .
Jean Ker.e '. Tweeds White Mexican. War ; or in any ,of Indian
( ) Diaper;Kentucky ; ; ; 3 wADroi ,
0 Silk and Colored Handkerchief at every price ; La. War, since 1790.
The, Edinburgh Heview,' dies and Gents Neck Ties;Fringv a.Gimp'and But. Term moderate,;where the claim ia established, AND oo3ln'8810: 1f1BBV8&n'. ;
(; ) ton for triming; Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves;;Bonnet otherwise no charge. N..,th CetamcrcUi Wharf;. l
I Tne North British Review trhning Silk Glove;Plain and Fancy Work Bpxei; -t
,
The Subscriber alto appointed< Agent in the! Diatrict
I ISci
'French Extract German Cologne Knives J. ITlcROBEBT
) V asrs; ; ; ; Colombia for the- BAK.EH. f
f( lion; Ratori, &c.;Ace.,with many other article in i .,
The Westminister the Fancy line.too numerou to mention. I ,British Cnmmercial l Life Insurance A1N1r. }
\VM, p DEWEES. .' J
and
'( ) nc.n see. ,Company, c AIDCOUN3ELLORAT
1
Blackwood's Edinburgh \ I October I9t 1850. tf Established 1820'and empowered by'act of Parli. LAW.

( ) Just He eeved.At menu for,the insurance of Lire* and the endowment JACKSONVILLE. :E. FLA. '

Terms. ON E dozen fashionable black Silk hat nfchildren.in London.New" York of.Washington Citj.. WILL praetice in the Court of the Eutcn

I do do Military Cloth Caps with .CAPITAL_ 83OOOOOO." Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle CJN.
For any one of the four-Reviews : Covers, Coratnunicnuons addressed to the subscriber,' cuit.in Benton and Bill boro' counties of
do do ,Glazed Cap Washington,D, C.,will receive prntnQt attention. Us
For two do. : Southern circuit, ia the
any Supreme court al Talk
Umbrella
Silk .
M.
For three do. : JHOMBSON, h allt in the United
See,
any Boots.Shoes, &. &c. .lAmand Commissioner States District coy
For all four of the Renews, : Attorney of of Florida;and will prosecute claims againittti
low.
For sale '
.Deedsfor North and South Carolina.P. .
For Blackwood's Magazine, : WM. DEWEES. United States before and
P. Congress the Depart.
For Blackwood and three Reviews,': S.-Refer ifltecessar/,to the Heads ojTDepartnents. at
tf ments Washington
1850.
19 .
October and Members-orCongre. ,
For-Blackwood and the fourReviews:: .-- -... ,__ ____--. -- VaahingtonCity,November, 1850 generally. 2mMaster's Being located Jasksonvelle/or hje, hew2t
For Farmer's Guide (complete in 22 ) PCIIMC NOTICE. I give his entire and unremitting attention ii|

(Payments 10 be made in all eases in ) BOOKS of subscription to the capital profession and all business entrusted to ai*
THE ckotthe Atlanticand Gulf tail Road Sale ,of Valuable Real care shall mtet with prompt attention.J. .
current in the States
will Money be received, at far. Company,will be opened in the City of St. Augustine Estate. McROBERT BAKEIL

Remittances and at the office of Win.A. Forward, Esq., August 24 1850.JU
J2rv at nine o'clock, A. M ,on Tuesday the 25th day VIRTUE of a decretal order of.the District ,
b. always addressed post paid or BY Jtt c BO BERT BAKER.
of September next, and'wm be .ontiuiied open Court of the United States for the .
the Pusl'shsra.
LEONARD SCOTT & until the whole stock is taken. Northern District of Florida, made on the 14th' ATTORNEYS LAW,JAC&SCtf VLU.Z, E.FLI

76 FuLToa STREET, New In'behalf of the Commissioners, day of Jane, 1849, the undersigned, a Masterin NOTARY PUBLIC

Entrance 51 D. L. -YULEE. Chancery said court .will offer for sale at CO JIJIISIUNEIt.APPOINTED ,
August 25, 1849. tf public auction beforethe. Court House, in the
Town of Jacksonville in the county of Duval, BY THE FOLLOWLNQ STATESto

GREEN'.S AGENCI Tuesday the'21st day January next, the take TESTIMONY AFFIDl

or following real estate George Kingsley deed, VIT80H AC1&OWLEDGE31ET
TYPE Dr. S. S. FITCH'S to wit: TO BB USED THE EII'.

No. 128 FULTON STREET SUN DRAYTON ISLAND, Maine, Virginia, Vermont Massachusetts.
MEDICINE.Used
CELEBRATED .
Connecticut,New Yoik, Pennsylvania,
Situated on Lake George, containing seventeen
NEW YORK DeIaw&reMary land North Carolina
in the
: him with dszvzgu&sheJuccess ) ,
hundred
(U 700)) acres more or Jess-valuable
No, 17 CANAL STREET Row, Nlw tjtrf,of for its situation the quality of its soil, and South Carolina, Georgia Alabama

Coughs, Consumption Catarrh, for its orange, lemon. and citron groves. July, 27 1850., Mississippi, Texas.ly

IX NEWSPAPER PUD Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia FORRESTERS POINT '

PRINTERS.WITH I I Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female Situated oh the St. John's River, about sixteen OT c Q U JE E N IIZclNTOS&ATTORNEY

confidence invite the Complaints, &c. Sec. miles below Palatka, containing about six AT LAW,
,
purchue elsewhere, to ALSO hundred ((600)) acres,more or less. I WILL attend the Circuit Courts In tie .

I call at No. 128 Fulton-street New Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters Shoulder BUENA VISTA, I Circuit; the United Statti;
No. 17 Canal-tt. Row, New Orleans. I Situated near.Forrester' Point containingone District Court at St. Augustine the Supreos
ready to furnish them with all kinds Braces, Inhaling Tubes and Lectures I Court Tallahassee
at and
thousand less with ; prosecute Claims for
((1000)) acres,more or anorangegro've
BOOK AND NEWSPAPER on Consumption, and the upon.it, and citizens in any part of Florida against the Got

art preserving Life and SAN JOSE ernmtnt at Washington, either brfore Copgrm
of th newest and most beautiful r PLANTATION .
'also prepared to supply the ..much Health, to Old Age, Situated in Dnval county on the River St. or at the Departments.J3r 4

Scotch letter, having lately procured I tie., 'Sfc.I John's, six miles from Jacksonville, coiutaiu ng AvDRcsstJac\so; itile,East Florida. (

r lad series of these beautiful faces, have been appointed Agent. for the sale of three hundred ((300)) acres more or less which May J 1. 1850, If j

with every variety at form and pattern J"e. o the above Goods, and.will keep them constant* about one hundred and seventy-five acres are II. D. KKX' DfCl'CK.. '

ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING i I ly on hand at ,roy Drug store,, in,the Town of open cultivation. On the place is a dwelt S Ii

Bordering,&c. I feel assured' that the I Tampa, Tampa ThtjFIa. ling house, with necessary outbuildings &c., ATTORNEYWILL .,
and sccuraoyf all the Type Dr. L. D. ROGERS. &c. ANti (

me cannot be surpassed by any The above places offer great inducements to. (1 nil. .110 r lit Law. .t
Union. 'By an entirely new' LIFE JNSURANCE. OH purchasers being healthy and pleasantly itua

it I mixing and tasting I am enabled to: PROVISION FOR THE WIDOW AND OR.PHAN. ted immediately on the, River St. John's, with practice i in the several Courts oTft :

'I virtues of ths(component jparts of the fertile lands, bearing many of the tropical : Circuit, and in the Countieso(.
'q jtbuitojrodttcejin addition to an fruits, some of them already in a growing State.TERMS. llilbborough and Beuton of the Southern Or c

; most NEW YORK LIFE JNSURA cuit of Florida. t
SOLID AND DURABLE One third cosh balance Tampa Bay, October'SSth 184D.-nov.lt
N C JS e.0MPAr4Y, in one, two, and "I
f htrstofoze offered to the public. To OrrtcE 106 BEOADWAT three years,with interest,to secured by bond run. P .ERSEU.A1Ni '
; cog OF FINE ST&ZET.,. i
of the purchaser and on the '
I feature I would in particular call I mortgage premises.
solidity and durabilty of Type is on Capital noni(principally.invested in_,U. 8.Stocks') GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS,

pie of economy, of th greatest 280,000 DOLLARS, Mastur in CJia&ary.December A1ID S
all typographers. The members of AND RAPIDLY ACCUMULATING. 2j, ISS0. tf QouurtUor at Law, I

will.also find me ready supply all PRESENT RESERVED FUND DOLLARS JACarO14VILU, FLA., _, S
PRINTING OFFICE FU ,85,000 Just Recicved. per Brig Egyptian, 11 WILL attend to any professional bnsiate -
THUSTUEf from New VorJc, a choice supply of to him in the Courts of tiiJ 0
for the establish meat of
p complete provisions, consisting of Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at. d
*esj such Presses, Wood Type"Cases Mosris,Franklin,President of the New York Life
Flour Tallahassee.. lie has. also advantageous
Bacon Pork Hams But- such .An
Brass Presa and Wood Rules, Imposing Insurance Company. connection with t]
able
Wtsi-
an
Composing Sticks Brass and Wood Galle v4)Ulype Pliny Freeman, Actuary New York Life Insurance ter, Lard, Cheese, Sugar, Coffee, ington CitL8 will ensure prompt Lawyer and 'reedy
Closet Racks &c. & Company.
I lets 0. collection
taken in exchange for* Orsarnus Bushuell, Attorney and -Counsellor at Dried Apples, Peaches. &c., &c. in bis bands against of such the claims United U.may States.be. pIacc, 1
d cents perib. The Trade delt with on Law; 20 Nassau-Street.: Also 8'
: liberal terms and patronage" solicited David A. Bokee,"Bepresentative in Congress. Sept.Sth,1849. lyfi'OUNTF e:
l-: ground of furnishjngto the Alfred.Freeman, M D.,218East Broadway. Hay, ,Lamp Oil, PaintOil, White LAND

with which he will be pleased and John U. .Nixon. (Dot mas' &' Nixon, Dry ,Lead, Glass; &c., iSo t

'4 .bring! him,the worth of his uio j. Goods} .39 Nassau-Street. all of which ,is offered for sale at'the lowest AND 4 'fi
Editor! and Printers wishingto Henry,A.Nelfioo,-(late Wright, Nelson ic Randall cash'prices by GENERAL AGENCY :
g will Cedar-Steeet.., ,
Newspaper Job Printi g Office ) '
ni.bed'With an estimatein detail or- ; Hchry S aman, (Late Representative In Con May 181850.: JOSEPH FINEGAN.tf, WASHINGTON, D C : }J

stating size of paper,and kind.of.work gresty now Seaman,& Muir,) 231 .Broadway. JOSEPH
T. '
-rented. ; John. ,C.Beach. Counsellor at Law,, 14 Varick VALKER, Will fire. 'S\
r prompt and efficient attention
.AGENCY to Bocorrr
the ,
-
Publishers of Newspapers who Place. OF DR. FITCH'S
; this'advertisement three months and Isaac Kendall;: (Harnden.n & ,Co., Forwarding LAMP CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged ii\. the late
Florida
the papers containing itaddresred t." Merchants &: Dtalers in Foreign .Exchange) CELEBRATED MEDICINE.'PnlmcmlryBaiiam ., Wars in which the War.United or either of the lrulindj;, '
ir, Register,"New York, will be,paid in : 6 WallStreet0 -* o States have been engaged
the
i C.Parson. (Allen &Paxson '. or War with Great Britain ot 1812,
;d fiat manufacture provided the'p1r Samuel Shipping Depurative Syrup and to a
I ,times the amennt of their bills for and.Commission Merchants,) 134 fron1.treet, Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Corrector any description of business requiring aD-

.. H. H 'J.K.Herrick' (K.Herxick & Con Importers Pulmonary Liniment,' Humor Corrector, Agent land or Attorney at Washington. For proc. '
Fulton-it. New in ring .warrants his charge will be 95 1 1\
No. 128 and Dealers Stationery.) 78 John.street. Pure'.and' Medicinal..Cfod Liver' Oil, other babes it will
: Canal-st. Row New : WardwelL'Hardware 241 Pearl-street. be proportioned to the na./
No. 17 M. Mixture 'w
Anti-Dyspeptic and .
Cough Cathartic
: ._ ture and difficulty of the _
n J. S. Bussfcg-(&&.: Bussing &.Co., Nail andIron Pills Nervine, Vermifuge Female He casev_ ,
will (
-- also act in
; : Manufacturers 33 Cliff-ittreet. pe- conne tio1JwitbAgeDts cr.. P
)
AINi'COMPOUND ; I 'eifi 'Female'Pills &c. &c.i;
,in
Attorneys Florida
who :be employed la
may
'
; Spencer S.1 Benedict, (Benedict Rockwell, Importers Uedfry Aim constantly and rtith ;
NAPTHAi"A rtyreceJtntetl8uceiss. J
; Hardware,) 81 PearMtreet.CyrusCurtiss Bounty land and other claims/on terms which' de
tare for Consumption,Decline, ; in the treatment of: be '
I Oils 111 Water-street. may agreed upon. Letters (which .houl4
all diseases of the Chest and Lungs" Colds, ;Coughs, ,Consumption, cthma. Jleart be post-paid) will receive immediate attea
DaterMiller & Co.
:-I : For-ole 7'.A.. i I M.: I an1eIS.Miller,Jront-street.[ : Shippers' Diseases, Dyspepsia, crofula kin tion. .Aug.J7 1850 tfBOBNTYLTANDS 'qtJ
:' .and Grocers,] Diseases
i Rheumatism
I .D.l85O. tf Female __ ;
1
; ., .-.--.--- I William Barton. [Grant & Barto.n. Dry' Goods,] ,Complaints, :Piles," ANP PENSIONS;
; : 125 William-street. &C. tie. 'dl
UrEtANtVS Compound r William Coxe Dnsenbury, (Woodward.& Du- '
... H. Dr.. Pitch's
unequalled
: of,Tar immediate Cough senbury, Commercial. Agents,] 45William-st> ., Patent Silver plated Abdominal THE undersigned*, having made arrange .
J-'orjaltbj.- .J\ ) .with
.. a
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: Jab 2180. \tf 'Having issued over 5300 policies,'this..Com* Fitch's Supporters. Dr:. of Washington,'are now prepared to take 'Pow.Ih i
: pany is now established on a firm basis.,, Improved Plated Steel 'I ere of Attorney for the collection of Bounty r '

\\A1chuft.Cx>- Tax:Collector's : ,.The insured are the only, Stockholders' and Fitch's Spring.Silver Shoulder Brace. Dr. Land Claims and Pensions, and.will give ti iT ': '
all the profits are divided annually.' .. :Inhaling _. Tube.Jr strict'attention to the same > f
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authority in
PXq me cut cates dividend are'.Jaued .Annually Address, :, '
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law, I will expose, for sale,in front,of i 'to the: 'parties, or placed atttheir*credit, on'the S JFitcN:* -celebrated Six Lectures McQU. EN S McINTpSH, .oP'
rthe Town .. : Or
House doorHn of
& ; Books of the Company, and such dividend Is an ON PREVENTION AND CURE OF Jub,1triJ1'JJl. Flortda. ,
\ the first'Mondays}in JVM A.D.--: i addition to the sum .Insured, bearing n interestat :Consumption,:Asthna, Diseases of the Heartt frc" CHAS. .DOWNING.. ,. \,

; following named sections, or so much. : six percent,.per annum,payable cash' and on the method of preserving Health I 4 I 'c.zj ll Tallahassee. JJ J7& .:1.9
will the State end, \
pay ounty Tax, I :'and5Bcaut' otd Sept.'2S:'1850.
Insurances for the whole term of Life,pre to ex 'age.' tf ,, tes
Danlels nd
against jl.'D.William:1850 together, with due all'h :, mtumB'wbln amounting toffly dollars may, at' 'This Book should,be: In every f ami ,.: To CH-ARLES, DEWAAL. ... .th
7 tar D : the option ofv the Insured, be paid wholly' In the Cansumptive Is points ont the'only reason ATICTIOJVEEK.. S {
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.P..MteII4ba1.ieH1illli.i I cashi'jor forty percent.of,.the amount remain, able nope for relief., ,To mothersy the directions 'S JACKSONVILLE'S., *. .i- ,

: :ou,credit,In their,own" notes, paying. interest,at' 'lt'g1esf9rtbc: care and education Children J>!SALt3 in ii part of the CountiaUend' IL I
) six'per C'en&, \ :f ,.:. .ajreinvaiuablfc' !78,000 copies of this Book have band rcspeetully solicited. S
22 E f cJacksonilIeM&yl1848.a
ToTNhiprlIrSj: ,Range & & ( ; Insurance the Life U the only exp'edienitoperpeiuate passed through the press and the sale continues \
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4 aem'SOTf lessbouuded.u l U. i : f the income of the Natural Protector unabated _' _____ d.i
by Ib*tuc'olSainDd Eigle/KM*by : :after.deatt. Ta him andthosebs lores it of I&ilei 8. S.FITCH# 'ICf107BI'; J' > --;- :Notice.' S 'SS \ )e
LetrL 6 mH V the. ,
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Wat 1'QtII8& ..,.. .r 'fera abetudal101ace even for the rsve.prndentmanorezeetli.tbesvilan4ludcthblti, ."J! ,,'./I: York,and, -' SS 'date I ahallprestnt my stf )i
> ,,- ... ".. : 1 count and ToncherSj as Adniiniatrator of .
A. M.
: c.. WJL8- ,, f S .4. REED. the Estate of ]
George t
-'i-' u leu. ,J l '! 0. S S.'Pajne\ the BOil: :
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1Iwtiff.fl1&4 z4f. 2'b Judge Probates '
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." 1' JiPe can learn all ad4antage3an' '- Jfilliborough County,aid, .s9 1
_. if )1 .,18 { ? : rates Ofi15UUCtfr01flfl7 of:.the Agents '-.r< :FMch'sGaide'.Ie 'Iltv 'I shall at the IIIDI time apply to said four fbi tia Ql

: coi the Compaqy personally,or.by*pamphlet t 'S 4.,o Dir ions to persons ndacDr/Fitch's. discharge. frwn the Administration.tit co&

ft. :.i..-< < & ha4oftbem.; ,. ;: remedies, jo.be had, froth, t.a.lI:1f1.AFL: said Eatate. All person' taerested are dIi' ,4t.. .
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