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Florida Herald and Southern Democrat

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Florida Herald and Southern Democrat
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St. Augustine, Fla.
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James M. Gould
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United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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29.894264 x -81.313208

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"Principles and the people."
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,f" it: iiil' D fo;t pperatians ofstockiobbenaan4specu'a.ina % I I dlJ7.'BORl7.'Je.. . ryto several districts andI r f Ii
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l FV uiIfri.:P"'Udlca ', ,eit r 1p.n J.In. oar endeavorjto conform'tIn the lilt ,-.Jt fflll&TolfcnUfsXjphns; .banks is situtta-on(the C c lanaion|' to be i issued by him ; bat IbO.. 1 'ff r :' 1 -
L ""1. iwitgeInourcdtorWca.er;. UberIo! , W :: a dIietenc have \ o(thenoble'Rler St.'Johns, East; i latiTe .
; we sought o Principlefand the I Florida,.about five miles above j g Assembly at their first, or any tub- .
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:. ,, aveoag tt.coD "buw..at..mte.: ieprpinoliokfd -, sI D1'p4r1we have gircb'io'ihe cause'ofjhe PeoMW itljlJuction'ith i s session,, organise alter -. '.
equent .
:![ neb objecUju were efclcabied advance 1 bare the sea,and 'twenty miles below the town of Jack'. I may or ino- : "
I tq ,we encountered '
threatening difficulties; aonville diYI'lucb judicisluiitnizetsind; the
in and thirty-five: miles north assign
jt -.G(Territory pophion4.ndpropeih3 1an4 Mi oG8t.Angustine. i j
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have
at wrongs we suffered in the '
; ;|f we,bate failed la accomplish ill jr,C oidiI ha ve* )hutb these and 'wewifl encounter; .. TheJ nearest point where, it could be' udges'and alter the times of holding the V
more .
:, desired for the public rood, if bj*,ftor'L..a"j for. I .. of Truths Antattem'iationt1y.endire .Ineaus .ponible to establish a watering. place' of antim.1 burts:or cay of tb m. c., I t
wantpf an hones? *n :. urn HI! t.'bejrtated,'.ia.,81i11makiDII.Il'tt aw ilftc2 North and 3AMESK.FOLK.. /f J
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Casu it receirrs
*nr part W> jasticejo .qrClbIi& l ; : :, c a why J, because we hai e'd red to be aJllb..dv.ntace. of ' .
impartial .
; the trade winds of the House ;
Speaker
whioh blow Representatives J .
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i.: With soecetrive period of op..t jiad re* a n4 have notabandcned across Gulph of .
ihtreopU. Blow ;
I f ,aAer Florida;; at thi same time divested ofthe, keen j I -t 'I
,, .tbeT.rrjtol'1b. een q "ncia, Mow J has beta leveled aTas bat thai, far ,I .Rfl.tM. JpUNSQN. : ,
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.c. ness peculiar residence ou the LAWS orj.TUEVliiTZD; STATES FASSEB' .r. ,
a itt ?* areei ana popu1atiuutil, it noweyr wilont) avaiL Whether still sea .
ire fall Vice President of the Uuited
to before, The wtetopposite thetow it ( AT Tilt srcoifj) 'IKSSIOR or States, .
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deady.approaches'.a *.tlUitl'tbat. wilt obliget h'eeoP *itnying ofour eoiies will de .iceptinr in the, >'i; 'TH&1"r.l'fTr'J'.U' .

't T*&oln'l8'i ,.polUibilitiu 'qC JpJI ,15? pe7the4! >eopl9 Mpbose cause pend:.wo have upon the raiDyia3u) H tboroubIysaftaa at JlJe lIar,; u,.f.OL"O **. . : ;4' :' and President j of the Senate., ., ,
-e4s. coDsuentJaELenefica1: \ '
;:'. ep Bleai J iBmaien 3'Already:the .prc bat ect..the people who will protect at because bathing and ( *oJtj eflcts tot Jea b -" I "- ;'i. ;' " "ApfJruedJuDe h 83S.j: : .- .

.l tory isteps are in progress fur OJr.dm.llllDpI tajp'the they know we are devoted to their sea alt.DtirInjtbe tine the flritUhwere .S. .-' 4"'IARd fe i r/-:Her Unacted, \ hat : '' '.c. '
true interest. .t ,
; in possession of Florida f MARTIN VAN BUREN../ ; '
:; Union of the States,.and it is manifest from From the minions of wealth and 8t .Johns was> delegate to the IInosef ., -i
Represent
power wo IS.DO' of considerable yes' : '
*j Dresentindications, that at nodJrtsntdaV 1'lorr place Dtqj It then bore the'name i r ,,, K. -
'4 ,*d* most take her pi ice as a.sovereign part r to peci] havo aid, in;'themloo their contribution much' or*,like their purposes el the Ship yard; and-many'vessels were built the-United. States_ ,to serve-for, the Iof rm: AN ACT making'appropriations; for certain* ; ; ,. 'I. . i

the Federal compact With thisapproniailion telfishness and aqd .launched from this'convenient situati n.- two_ yein may be, elected by'the ;Vo en fortifications of the pUlled Stales for . .
cawulation'to-be thjo ""
c attracted '
: to thetupport of :. Steamboats and all other-vessels that canS qualified toj Icct"member' the LegJsIa ire _.
r In'ou.1i cal relations fcriseslnew Pn& -"- cross year thousand eight and thir- /
People's pne hundred /
.dut.o..nt ponl1blll .e.. to the,.Pe pl*lad .to Werwfll support MARTIS YAH BORE: He 1a';;; \ the.the'riur bar,'ma, approach within 38feet ufibe town AseblvhoslnIJbo'enhled.: to the sa' m. 1y el.bt. 'A; I', <.4' _. y, \
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and hastento place ourselves in eDtlyjiIOPIn to the ch.nDel. rights arid prvegeasbyo! : : k
v the Press; we a northern bjen granted to 1
A man-bnt bU i highest -
r position to discharge bur share of them with that is tlie P.nxtiDMT or,"A UIIITKD prai.ei-.thai PXOPLE. tie A subscription (or repatnng in* oltTiiing's Road delegale4from: .the several Territories hees IJcf4enockdbyIJ1eSenaIe{ \ and House of i i; < j 1': \ .' ; ,

nlestDea which the exigency demands. While I prir cfpjes. are such as the 'So d can and dot, IlLs. rom $Johns to SL Aiignstirie. /already filled United.States to the'laid' Home of 'ilepi Rcpristnttnties of the United SctrzofAnie' '.,J, "" : : -J
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shall not relax in' efforts advance op.oVe. an amount sufficient for that and rica ml Congress aUtl bltd. That .'i i
therfefore we pur to .' another purpose. tbtMiYt.! Tte fiiti. election shall be held the foNowiogjsuniixbe. . ., 1 ; III
'il rel1t. of this section of p subscription is afloat in the town of St.: and : ,
the ;Joe conn l'.Ill generonsenul I. at suchiim& and l the same are herebyappropriated 1
''f and the prosperity>f tte city.of car abode, isaotaafta&i atkome Marys and, its vicinity for extending the saiue l place' -4r "Iit r. aDd tbe ": ,
try, j -Out$pre ad4 hie Ifabroad o'er all the conducted in'such naanneij to be paid out of any nnapjropriated . '
;, :>..feel ourselves called upon to take our humble < And public road as far as place-tbll' saving in the dis. I.' the Cover lor I
disiemination those jeelt for every member of,tlie land. tance from'St.'Augustiae,' to shall appoint! and dJr ct. 'The perion b money in Treasury for,certain .. 1.;
1 'pan in the. principles U hatever betide" SJ. Marys' at least IT .
my we like bi& 'oytifieatioBS viz: '
which will as we think ia, our own cir m.tan' andkre his friend;and our principles GO mile.. .Stages and Ferry Boats will be in imroedUto in; the a1 ,number of votes shall be 1e' 'f f / I
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calculated to the friendship nut ona operation for the accommodation clared the Goreruor be r&wlrrenbo'lonh.rboroD.hDD: : 'I, <
best tii -
ce l, W promote: common to hWbAJreiM iche kit fp. by duly elecan ed 1
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of, people, and,lo\ render prospects are 11.07111 and sengers. La. certificate thereofsbnll tired thousand dollars.Forib I . .
our anb -
I .hjppinew cur replaced icM&ikc ckances in kit given jo the. I" \
: .(; siezatia to'thi.11 Plod: serviceaVJ* to the 'cause of ; to be iilT.urawl.bout are fator.batpriacipla. Weprofess It may only bo necessary fur those persons persobi eelcted.7\ -- _'--r | -pTe.enraii Hif>Castle, i island, an4\ I" ,
Government. With this view we have .ewtAiag OKT wishing to take an interest to observe the names repairs of Fort Independence, Boston habor "
k I Popular of Sec. 15.:And,be'it /u tter enaa dI'hat \I 1
4. those
:who j' :
have
: deemed it proper'io unfurj at onre the banner of Wo invite all who feellnterest io tbe'prosperit town of k already engaged lots in :the ill suits, process and proceedings and all In ,fifty bou"odl dollars. , i\ ,. ,
Johns be
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assured of the
our political laiib,and to announce,the principles 314 advancement firmness For Fort Adams Rhode Island!' t "
of one
our dictments and bUD'I' 1
country, and in theca or this project and the . inf0rTnatiotsTLhich'shall I be ,
attain. certainty of Us ,
shall seek to rapid .
success. '
an4 objects we of dred thousand dol .,. -
fa' r rv.
j Equal Rigkti,lo of our,columns with 1 r
,1t comulodiolll hotel will be uidetermine4ou.lhe tbi4d.y of x ,
.he speedily July '
completed <
4 We "hill advocate ntptbttct Principle* their aij.W nil. New.
For fortifications/at
London
1 illustrated in .the adini&Utratiou THOSUS a good wharf and a, school l. house and in the,distnietleouris ufVscuusfn'Territory' barb \f. \ I j' :

r as Jerri"J anJ in doing this ,we 'devoid our.. oilier! Tare making arrangements to enlarge, and church erected. St.-Johns ofieW every advan west of the'A!!iisisrippi; { river, shall be:trans. Connecticut,'twenty five thousand .dollars \ t. : j t i
*itt'itriprovi"our sheet which we hope we tage to .euler.,. also to visiieraThe .For Fort Sfbjl. rEat river, New York : I .
al the sid UJainto .Mulberry ferred ; :
: d' '-all .z .to support b.n l>e able. ,lo do at an early day.ATCHAMDER3. to he beard tried -ecuted and determined r \ '
'tin II of the |tid nTI.or.70 PIOWJS.. eliev. : tree, for the cUlture of Silk"Orange tree.-' in the .dUtrict courts .hereby one hundred thousand, dollars. i : I"" : '

ir"t* Uwt the right of the Stato*, and theinter '. _I tig trees:Grapes. Olives,and the other useful Mitbed,-.tbJr include' the esta- For Fort Dela,' rrt Delaware river, forty> ; i
4 eels anC pernianericy of the Union may be best ISth.Nbv...' .. productions of':he earth, can be cultivated here "' may I laid'eoun.- thousand'dollars. i

K--. promoted bl.a scf apulons t adherence the letter: f jnilOSE who may;de ire to obtain inform as well a> io'y similar latitude.throughout the :ties. J' { . i i ,tFort.1\JcHfilr1' R&uloubtVund., 'and . - ; .
I .ior11.. Constitution we shall ever, insist upon't..triet a JL jtiou I respecting Claims fur Losses in 1812 world. Placed neirlhe entrance of'one.of the xSec. 16. And be Ifur7ier enacted. Thatalijuiticeici Ccmngtoii Ba'iery.. Baltimore) 1- 1
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Interpretation. ofjthat iuitrumeut ? ,and and |813 now in, the'coarse investigation ;; most beautiful streams in the 'universe.the,advantages I the peace: constables, sheriff*, thirty \ '. '. "
7 end those'who" may wish to obtain Coulwi"ionaor. of this town are end all other wo thousand four_ It.q d.rcd. and fifteen del-" : !
: '. '. while w* shall aid in esitting! :tlie.exercise! by the ) peculiarly eminent i ;ecutvejudiciat officers, who > J \
Federal Government of any power not uproar, the" nmillatlan.orVilneue.., are re.ped. the river is navigable for steaniboats'upwards of shall be,in office on the .third day of July' far,. . \ <

: .Jy delegated as dangerous: the rights of the I fully i"quested ta apply between the hours of 12; two' hundred miles, into the very heart of a fer next, in that f ortion of' the TtrritoryofWJf. Port Fort 'lul r Virgiuia, one hundred \ LTU '

1 ii?:* States and freedom' of tho People we shall be and 2 in theday during the absence of the Judge tile and salubrious country, which,donbtless willis consinwhich' rill then.by this act. become thousand. Ua,. :, \ :

P., tkWnallr prompt t) 4scomtenahcafnfraction. by of ths Superior Cooit to the Clerk of the Cummiiisb .:;; ( soon as the Indians are moved) be thickly the Fur Fi-rt Calhoiin% Virginia, thirty thousand : ,
Territory f.'Jo"lbltlo, and ire' I. 1
; nettled here : .
f '. lbs .Slates, otthe COU'llhlli authority of the ;: a, q.h residence of the Judge St. Au, where numerous town's will be formed, dollar ,.
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"- gnsuu. whose produce must be this I byauthorised and require to continue Ito, ' i'
United States as dangerous to the preservation : conveyed to natural .Fur fortification injCharleston: harborJ and .
'The ra'me facilities will be' depot, on the exercise and perform the duties of their 'rJI ;
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a of the U* oa. While theToderal and Stale4pov.errftuonti I afT'urded for the ex- way to markets. This favored spot' I : ,
; ,'amina ion will be the offices ur for the prescrvaiioijuf; the site <*f Fort Moul- ,
ar) confined to th ir, 'appropnato r"Wildwe..it.dJ.h.t..a'l informa I Ic ; result fashionables. and invalids I pectin jilollicet s tie TeritoryntJaTvtCbiiiOr ,: ':',
:: sobers. we hi" nothing to apprehend ;WeitbKrcia -. c tiongifcn'aslf! the Judge were .pereonafljprscut. ihroajghoatjlhQ,Union.- It inajr us woRhj-of remark "- : ..irlly arid 1l1| sheyIr'ijhe. s.- tric, hundteit and icvcofyAvo. tbuanDd:dul.. I '
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depart fonTh3 &.ner prescribed that Su Johns is far remote from Indian shall be duly a pointed to fill th--ir places i > li rs. : "
Con inis'vpneri acting'under tho districts,,and that the moccasin ha left its y, For Fort Pulnski. (Ct-ekspur iilind Geor .N
appointmentof not ,
o.their; action without jeopardy: the liberties : I the Te ritoriaj Gtfyvruinenj, of Iowa in the : \," .
4. ID.I Arel, orlbe Jleoe.! i the Judge will return the deposition taken by print within' many miles or this place for:years manner herein directed.: Pfo"dcd. That ;i irt. one hundred th! ;uand dnllars. "" 0 '

: In vin4kiatiog the rights of the Slatos asjauwt them tc i lite Clerkuf the .Coniu>iuion during the '"st. 'The water for domcrJc use in St. John .officer shall ho it iu office p' F .r tlw j\ flrl.' I>ntrrs, hank Florida .: t -c-':- t,
or continue -
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absencnof the Judge; is excellent and by t.'
; numerous sulphurous and other }
shall lh. [ ".
Fedetal encroacbinents we be doing set; of ; tiu'Uy three UJandtJollar 1 .
The Judge take wit'i! him to St. Josephs mineral unfinr* are fatintl in Ihe nfi'flbOl'ho i lue this j P. jvi'ion, twelve uoui IIrrom'lha'taul I -
Kiorfts. Far be and ove1t ,
be or-uoraull
ice'lo cause Fur repairs of Foil(Marion and of the .
The river bird r seawall : .
abounds day .
It from to cherish' nnneeesssrilr' a feeling of laiianauee those uiaiuif for losses. vvnicn hue ,Opposite in fish iliaboi uly uexf. 1
4 d ocal distinction ns ; butlhe signs of the times ndiiiooiio been submitted, and be will occupy, every moment cest quality andloytters of a superior kind can Sec; 17. And be it f enacted' ,'Th it' .I a| Si. Auguliua tncniy nine thousand I i : -

us that the South must have respect ..toierx that can be spared Tor that purpose, in tlecidjng be obtained'from their native bed within-the aU'caosfs wbtch shnll h*bll or"niay Ipremuvad I k\five hundred dollars. . '

/ -that she m:11>e respected elewhere njnJ forwarding them to Washington. pace'of two hours-the woods in the rear, are from the courts by the, present 1 For the purehlase'bf' the charter ri-ht ID' \ i '- .

'' .ldeDOOeJ in Interest and positionFlorida; malt The ecretsry's decision' on the following well stocked with deer, wild turkie. ami lAher Territory of Wisconsin.in tie couuties: we itof the, briu'ge acres* Mill'creek, at Fort Mun. \ "

1bsr4 iho testlnr.,nd abt1th, ; fortono Vi.r her Claim tor Lowes of 1812 and 1813 has been game-within a'few miles are the Dieg Plains, the fili* isippi rivei by appeal otho1- iue four th.,usacd ilollars. : \ I I ,: 1

:5"' IMilbL rtpiblIti4WO shAflthertrure rJ.rard teceiretorney < by thp Judge., CUimant4r or their At* which natural savsnnahs.afford' range for many wise into for or I\11 For .securing the _jie Of Furl Czienelt'Oakj) ". .' .
hundred the {supreme:court the Trrr.
desiring information. to.their'Claiml feed'atlle, and some of the richest lands ; .
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to tlveour zeuJu.ud jtiud. North Carolina. lbou '
: ltua a paran2QUfltdUtj : eight and five : :
Witcou'sin and which t
shall J'
in East lory'of be nudtertuiofld .
Florida
caaobtbetwcei it
in defrnco in by calling theIude'a residence, are in close vicinity. The front < I .
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be .
JMpecialaioauc'.iJiiiUinay of .
hundred dollars. j :
i.: ) : the hours of 12 lots Jo St.; Johns 100 feet : /t rrjh on the third of i :
-,ri-hls of the Soora, from %vh1t virquarterthoy and 3,' 1 M., when it are from the River at day July, '
-'lmyb.1ut'ldIt4 or enduered.,. [ will; be urnuhcd by the Clerk of tho .Cbmmis. high water f they contain 86 feet front,by 105 next,shall be certified'to by the clerk wl the For repairs it! the OU Fort at the Darau : :\ ; 1.

1 ; We are opposed to tht bornd heresy:of ,i so- sion; deep ;all other lots-are tOO feet front by 105 in said supremo ouru and transferred t<. The cal,- Pensacola .srvei* ty five thousand' do). '=t.. .. ," ., (

LITtOlfIU1..1n all its shades and degrees wo bAIl l.ThFerrer Executors of Dan Bartolo do Ca.rro'1 depih. The'principal street, called the Avenue, supreme court, of saM Territory of Iowa; ,I lire C ,' I 1T :' I '
t- ecommitted. is 100feet( 'wide ; through the centre of which For repairing Fort Niagara in the State J'" i
dtnoiincn it Under1vhateyer' veil it may eek there'to Le pro ccdiJ into final dttcrmiiiaj- .J I.. ,
( :-, to hUe iLl Wdeoasdefarmity, we shall! end ivor 2. Th Heirs of John Lawrence. .itted. runs a promenade 20 feet wide to' be shaded by lion.in, the same'manner that ,tb# of New York. three: l iliooand dollar j. -.' />
is a subject lull .3..Claim of Philip A..YongeV disallowed. the I a polL, Wild Orange,Cedar Bay tree and y might For epurin-eocits of ( ,' I. :-
and t
we rIIGnuuusl.tn '
l to discover ciposeit. I !
other have been in I it a said .nprtn. tuu'rt uf __ : '
t* 4. Cla in of James Fnlany"dmllowed. beautiful.evergreens of this; Park }
1
measured teiin and is country. "
in *, especuiljy thousand dollars. .
.t,1 never treat tbr' l :
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: or \\ ilen sio. : .
", which the SOOTHER 1'ausdtrei9t 5. Est to of Afargaritu Bevis Santana reject' street is upon a similar plan. The mall in fr ntviii' Territory | I r ': .
: it oue upon See. 2f And lit further enacted. That .; '
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f indiflereni tender. We ,to our ed.. be ornamented by a double row of Palm Sec. 18. Anlbe itJuTlher enac/eci. That '1' ; % > _. '
be say northern ."
':"brethren;If ooe,sentinlfint. voceraUonTorjour C_ Cia ta r of Peter Cercopoli.disapproved. trees.. No' building excepting wharves, nil]'be, the'snni of five thousand) dOt nr* be, 'and thi of the sums appropriated by this bill a portion . I ", '. ', : I / j

-" I' past and eprorooi. lustAry! ,remains inspire ton, 7. Cla m Andres Pacelti,diialloweuT allowed nearer, than ooo hundred feet from the .same is bereby'ppreJ'lrh.ed, oii of ant too !i nc.nq exceed fifty per rentom upon all --I ,' J c : 1

if you have inherited otis .p.trX or that good fet. S. Estate of Mauia Pons, ecommitted. river. The'whole'own is laid out on an inclined .' ocy ia the Trcaillrjnf.t othtrwue* appropni ,all the .items\ ; above.fi1renibo sand dollars, .." ; I '' 'Y : :"j t'

; 1. 4' Sow.hip which once wilLed OUT fathers, if kou .9. Claim of John Andrea, disapproved. piano reachinganaltitude of about sixty feet,p ate, to bo expended, by./and under ibe'dirrc' shall be drpwn horn Treasury during t ,; J -, '' ;

; i Jive repect for the Uojtlo C'>n.titutinn of[our 10, Ex cutrix of the Estateof Benuet Seu.approv commanding good view of.the river, and the tic u -ur, the fjovernir of said Ttrriiory i present yearT-nnd the balance of the ai Tnpproprii'iions :. i" . '. .

'"UovernuwnC i* bMil ,nfl lig.:lif) t.'bl"l .. nI' higher l lots overlooking I the sea. No expense will in'tbe' of o shall !lie [expended fur the i.l.. :!:: ;: j : ;'
lo\a.J
: jujrchase a lu Li
bMrc jlibrary .f'1
i (that Union_ to which we have' been l.oCh k 10 11 I .CI imo.Taterebnahitted Snnh Aposta, Adoi'x. of eet.1teor.John render :jt, Jvhns y 'the: Proprietor both jof the and'property. kept at the' seat; of Government, fut the ac ,jec's tl is'in'd,.during the year, one 1 Utt:\" J : F -1 :
.t1J3k .the bct ifcgaar.l lo f.ie: :liberties roljall picturesque healthy itixl liii! : \ '
hundred ,1
: '. fight [ uiue.' ,
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'ItVparts'we' tmplore'you torenpunce'your.ipad 12. Est kUofJohi' Atkinson recommitted.ue A full block is allowed for a Church and School commodstion of, thf Governor, Lfgistatty! I

",". endeavors. :The South can tiever ,allow : In-' J3 .t; te of Dartolo Cano'vaI, recommitted.UEnAtAoflloo . and about SO acres for a public ,Park, which is at L Assembly,' ju'lges.! secretaryj Iai.hat" 'aiii Approved July. 7ib'
: jlerference with her domestic institutions. Al DO Leonard!;not approved.l present thickly wooded with Live Oak, Magno attorney! of said Territory, i nd snch .ith . -\ .L : ;" '" i '
kaaenifican aUesnffer the.violation of nglitaie- 15. Cia, l of Toi jT Primas] recommitted ha, Cedarfand other ornamental trees, and on person as ihe'Goveruornpd: Legi Iative As AN ACT in eiiall sh ..addiiinn l I..nf.nM.'J| ( ,,: ,',: ;

.-. ,cured! to her'ty conslitnUoiulsanction' ,, We 16. Chi, i of Pet;( T fope,'disallowed. the higbestporUanofthe; estate. .Tbe"Are of r serably shall directs: I.:?* "ce, iu the States' of Louisiana, and AkanBe ,, .. :. I : ; j
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17. Eat f John the S t. Johns "
: eo not Irol.ertlcoverubouI-lOOO ._ -
.1 lay
rp; ,, stanl entrenched, unnLhi1atn'4u.cftneueced upon our. right and"ncr fdrce in 'lai nofJamesi4rnaudisalluwed.approved.. the whole of which might be built upon if acres rcqiiu- Sec ID.. And be.it / r/Jier enacted, Tliafrorn'nuJ Ba I .. -': V . .
Which ilofts. not [, a "c.ac"d.lite '
!, red after'tho dny'nameil this S'enaecnd 110iJ.,0/ ; I; ,: .
to submit loan? intermeddling with Esta of Ch4d.opierLopez'n t approved. Person?wishing to make.extensive! Orangeor .m ac : ,
bringing 0. Iita: of John | for thO'organizntkn i of the Jona Rejrrcucntatites of.tke United States ).",. '. ., .
I the policy of our local governments. We regird) > Poneedisall6wed.V Mulberry groves, can be proldedYllh portions Tjeiritaryjpf; 'J : : I : -.
; -. ,"VTRitE2It among us, to be a moral sjnjd 21. Esta Vof AlbeitojRogero.disallowe'd. of land of from 10 to 200 acres.* Warranty ,-'the term uftbe; 'membersof the ,Council '. rica in [Congress,.assembled. That fir, ;tbodijposalof - "; [. .. ,
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.;,' '. political good:in harmony with: ihejosturei 1 of 22.CUiiLopez of Catalina Lopez, Ad,n'z ofAndresI DUes will' tie! given to purchasers. ' a&d House Representatives: the Tcrritory that porft nX the lands l iica! I- : ?I' .' i ',., ,
,dilll I lowed. I Terms of payment accommodating. ing',to the Joited Slates in the 81.' .t .. .
4 L: man table present? state- ) cuoned Sfy thetiiiverul of Wisconsin; shall be dVemed to have eof I :. .
':'.- 1 pracucM of nations in sonro or other of i its 23. Claii i i bf Henry Hartley, recommkted.21..Estt For' farther"particular apply to the Proprietor expired; and an entirely' nOw.orgaiiizaiibu LUDi b.ua. wiibiis i i ,the (following. boundaries. I ,.- ;: r. : I .io' It.

F. ahapes--and justified ia precepts.of '1141y of Jane Atl inson, recommitted. Dr. Asbftxw' WELCH, at Johns, orb. Gen. I the Council sod.llontr of Reptesentatives og to itif; beginning tit ihe point '.)1 .jbeBa :: I
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cra 'of Charles Sanchez, black SMITH, Agent SL .
( free
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WnL rho a-'N or opinionsi .rJOt& difi, : Angnitine. tbe Territo, ,. KMflJ IIA'A th.l'aftliHe thirty fir.t .
r 'inittecL nr v.n.n._..__._ g.byihhacisl'aIttake _"not.lillll.___'._.__ rlwer tftV .I .l, / I. 1I f .!
.. rest in the peace which your own exemption from 1 man) rcco BLaCKS AND LOTS. ENG4GED.Lot. ill-! follow A.ioun ., degree of north (attitude sinkes the ;lame : :. : ;
:lus imagined Na'will yield jroo, :and leave jusWo 1 26. Claim of Gabriel Priest, recommitted., Block place : ; ..' ik t i '
Claid thence taij viver to l'eI( H>it>t where ih. :.
urelves.! .And. farther I 27. of the Adm'rsof Estrte of Francisco practicable after the passage of this up | .
to we in
: subject ; 1 General Smith.
Ibis I P. FaUo Senior, recommitted. - act the Governor of of Wisconsin boundary cl between the1 United States of ' e i1
I Ihe.Tertitor -
: hesitate t not to to those,on tho, north,who en- 2 Messrs
say Ckland
1 p&jtertain: ;,and, would, .ncoarcge' sentiments isiTiniorious I 28. Adm'ca; of the Estate of George Fleming; >" 10.';.Cleland: &., Simmons.-Siunu- ous.. ,shall apportion the.thirteen. membersof Mexico, and'the aforeiajd State toC, Louuia "J4 J 7

: to mr rights and interest*,come not a- .I recommitted -3 3hs. NicolL 'Ji2' thjs Council arid.twpniy'six members ''ofthe ,. na shall 'leave the samf} thence 'with said .- .. .

1.'Mnone, ..- We will not harbor traitors in o iri 'I- 29. Claim(of Joan Leonard!,recommitted. G ,i. 9 Mrs. NicolL. i : r: Home ol.Repre entntivf s.amooR the several boundary, when ,the' seine. shall be finally '

.. .\borders.You"can bring with you no eqnivale itt'good i i iI' I 30. Claim of Soua Foflis Adm'x of the Estate 1 I'" 3 CoLlIaIlor.r ... counties or districts ccrripriied within .tied, to the northern boiindary the Siatr ; ,' ' '

to countervail nil of,yonr opinions.W..r"orpoaed !1 of.Arbida, \ F.llis and. Levin. Gunby_ recommitted. '' 3 Col. Hallows. :;i7 ,j'\ laid Territory, seconding to their population thence cast with said I a northern boundary titthe '. c. i :
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a \ to the SPIRIT or ilosoroi. r.rit I( II 0" # :Col.; Warren. .. as nearly as ho Indians The dividing! line betweuj the tanges three ' I ."
or .Looking I 31. Claim of Susan FoHis, Adm'x. ofArbina. . 6 CoL may ( exrepted.) ; :
: lathe grett enemy Democracy. i, 5' Warren. and
four thb.uid
I F.lIis.disalliwed.XL 1 7' : first election shall be held at .uebJ'llato I.< west; tbenra { divid/cg ; ,
[i lo the reaeral the, only criterion of wh itJ 5 6 .
good as Capt. Eddy. : line sonlVto the . .
the of ek. I Claim if Pr d nee Plummet, rrc mmitied. 6 the Governor /appaiafaiid direct ; and, "lelint.; or thiity first dc -
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grant und ,
we Master
ahaJI.oJ'polcf any .
luitse per p'rivilegel; pot manifestly rca
/public necessity 'nd advantage ."he passing I Casheri dlsa owed. . 1 4< ' made, in all respects; accOrding to' the pro to the beginning; a1andtflce.1.aI3bicta. .,' : .1. .J r-
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H ullof tbe, Say show|iow.immense a pjwer isb I 34 'Claim'lI'etcr.' StgulAdm'rorJoha. Se. 2': 13..AIr'Fitzrcatrick.. --. 1\ viiionsof. the\Jans of said,Territory. and bUshed and kept in_ the rosin. s-Nairhito' ., t.. '.:0' J I. .

tercised by corporations. They; are'weapons I 1 gui,.aUo\iedr JoHn, Ashton.! *. & Ml *' 5 Reserved. \ !the Governor shall'1 declare iho:persons bav- i ches, lo I.e known the officr (sir the NVnh* ".. . 1 t ,

rin ibv'bands of the HOMJ Power, 1Jr.abte'btbe.I 35.. approved.30. : 7"' C Reserrek.. \T':' ', tug Ibo grcateit utinil'er( rote 'P be el et! western land, dlstrirt: iu te! State of LouiiaJcr. t ; p' .
Kias wielded with dreadful effect in, Itt warfare LizarOOrtega'a Claim approved j4 '. G Kescrved. T" '- : ;; ; "
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shall
order election wbfii '
I 37. Claim, of.lhe Adm'rs rJo.Floyd: appro I \ ." a new . i
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fwRhlhjk rrWirc Pfliosr, So fat as they areconvenient 5 Rejcrvcd. fl I 2".fni6e 'ti
!bere-ts L it further enacted. Thai I. ,
io.betiteen. :
: and useful ,shout be aUowed, I ved.! ,I I 6 5 Reserved' ; :a ,, two or more:persons ;
}they I z. Claimit JohV WiogAle, approved. yntcdi, made ,a.register anil) rrrriirr of l puMic. 'moneys, :t" .:'; J.
4 fcV with'such checks gtiardi.thal I! 7'Id 3' Rev. D. 1 r; to supply vlhe vacancy by : : :
they cap
t and. : rown. 1 '
..n.r- converted. fr tn insiUiitionsfor public I 39. Esu t4 bfJoseiPedrode Burgos,approved.* I : 8 It' 3 ,Ite,. D. Brown. suthiJo. ,Tbo persons 'thos elected shallmeet :ban be appofuf,ed fnr sni 1 jand district: in the .f ' t > ..tt >: ,: j : ,"

i.accommodation. Into iustrninonU of individual I 40. Clainl of Philip Weedman, fir. approved. I afAIadisorj tJlc sent or tJoycrntnisul on nannrrrequirOilbylatv. who shaBrOsid.'lus, t. .'. .4

, ':' uradizem.nt. Tbey>are designed to be KM; I 41 ? /:. of Margaritt4' Acosta, recommifted I siicb Jay as lie,shall appoint, tut I hereafter be lotto of Natchitoche', thall give bond ., : : 4ndi. r. .f1

- IT/w not to lfcf who cluster around the money'I I Estate .Ii CT tfOT/CE.-Tbe STOCKHOLDERS the arportiouiog of the rerrcsentalloo.III. iu urhyinItbe! same, liiiuurr' d.in' h.\ y; : t .'

'cherts,bat to tlueoinntinili'al large ; and I 42. Sarah Petjjrf disallowed. 'the nrid&.Penitla Rail Road and Steam- Hoot the several counties' in the Council, 'and ame sumv. as other. 'reister.and'rereiv.' '. -. '\' } .' .
k*i they cease to siibterT* this purpow, their exist- I : Without .i iiterest. .,,/ > Company are hereby notified'teat .an election : Ilituie of rntatirc iccordiog' po.piIiuiDti rs' in said State; and thtilAi! li' .em.,rur'eatlutltl . :;'' ;\
Reprcs< "
act alike pernicwtu to the publielnl will bo held at the Court House, in tho City of \ \. .
becomes '
rndincon/irent-w>tbrepubicanWe piueij I Tsmp, 0" and;Candles. SUjAngustinebn the first Monday ,in January the thy 'of:their; election'and,tbo : and, auihoiijy! thai. in every r t.[ k f '. .
etO.t1" the session ofihLfRulatite aspect be ihe same, in relation, to the lands . '
1Pl.. I ;uo. tDRQ\VN SOAP, .L;. ; next, for a President and seven Directors of said tiny for the commencement of i J
taucii of AienlMi' toil I 30 15 Sperm Candle, I company. Aisteulily shullbe; prncribedlyltw. !i i arorsjsiJ'district: as are nut gum 01 . ; t. .
our I' ,
shall' give I "
in FtoriJa I I .Ii do Oil* j By'order of.the.. Board of Director 'noledJ in'the'reisteriantI rrretvertiuother -' a : i ' _' ' ":; -
subject **' .j
i of JitTKBSitlM" 1 -1/d Tasi do, '. (I' K. B. .GIBDS Secret laud offices iu mi'I. ) 4 /
Stale. '
and ; rYI That L :
WiS 'Of position, :Tacijiiiei : 20. le enacted. t\ 41 ;
such.advantages I Sec. And iljurthtr : ,
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Wintehtrtiued.dn : : ,
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AncZ.ZeuriAer
fonvard.workilofTttt.lic I 's' 3. ."
Efor uonrtrnaon cannot tb"r\tisc" ; enacted Tb' '
urg I A-i' d Lin.ocddo, \ ," CnAier Ienpbrinil1'or until provided by ,, I .
lm roi meat with ,too"ranch 'vjgoiid __ < : :.Tho Editors of tha'Jacksonville faVr: ef eA. the GOT. t jring; the coniiuU'incc of the act entitled ". /
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tboI tW.irt enjbly. f
this 4- .20 kegs I White Lead, . j:, ,,J 1k! ':' and .Floridian. .Tallahassee, will! nleaso publi-h > ; : (; '
But while we neoarago: 'en1erpri in JmeiBBdertaea I . t' 'trnonVf: the eiritor pf.Iow define 4.An act lo grant pro rmpiion} rights to*set. r. (r 1'::' "
) honest bo I 100 lbs.terdrgnis, .f"" -l.f':,,.:' tho above bOGee.'liII lhefirt' Monjuy) in January :may / : ;.
with del'igo'to actonij .
eat ,, . .. '. o\t.'n tiers ou the puMic June '
plisbed ahonU be careful bow'tve embarrasSi : v ForsUei.by : ". next and send their bills to Secretary'for) ; sottleroeot. )the. judirhrdistruii of'.said Territory cart 1 lzntlstapprPvrd : \ .. J r- : 1 ,1
;we l-t-. i it.; ). .n..' a.'. CARR&CO. .. '":', ". .-. .\.; : .: . --- 'ussigti.thijudges u ho b6 appointed'for | tKcnlysccoudtiu tho year eijbtccii huaJreJ! "- .. <:t .t
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i : ;;: ,: "tb rty sight';),iberegjiter: 4cefijt S :. ,From thtB/gia'Com:: *' Ad,.' i ,V Fr.'JAt.. 13s&isa.e A i..:D i7. .:
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1 ,: 'Ih.1,; ore !.had. :district i aH, "attend. atucejatwro V A PRISON SCENE. : .CAN UU AFFAIRS. ,.. : ;
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S The Rochester Democrat of th* 18ih con /
,,), :. 1- .....I.a.t tubntbs if' ntcessary at eAeon.'of'cur. ;' citizens t journeying V om.-, an:extract of!a ';l letter front '!wit' wo', stating :
: .." said dl..trlct ,
'" ''lSbree report id (urihe'purp: cof ward rrom 'tb'commertl.lmetropol.ls, be that tf r''ALtis jUcNiauad.| teen killed |Tbe :

:"? 1.' L ::''- !.t' Ivan; proof : [.aud acting'' i.n .such stopped for an hour or'two, at Auburn. ImpeUeu ante paper of too llhh contains, confirniaiiouof :;:

.. . p.. .- ., d.UD for ,prt"-.mpuun, fights, as may, bo i by" motives of cariosity,. be.repaired the leport front:anotber soarce,, iudonthe, .' :

..- >:i;; : ,:." p..et ted to them under said act., and/emaiu to the .$sEte Prison, aDd/, 'weut '.tbe'uiual "20lb, bas,tbe following ?' ,w. ] : : :; 1
.1 l ''as not "t ASSACSUATIOS orLLA 'ilcNA We can 1
I 'i/. : .t.. place .as loDg may Ue necessary ; f
r ". i )-.i ',: .. sues IDS ,,weks atAum.iaod said re-1, .rounds,:wiity,the. vew of :contemplatinginbis."low : DO longer doubt'tbe reported death', .ibis nbta"

1. : '" :' :: litt.r and r.t'.iYcrilb.U give ,public notice . If.te.u onK whom be, had known' ble personage. In additiou to what ,..b.! alreidy"publi > ; i
S ,. and moved with Jo Rslwy'dayi ol proud & .uedtwo letteri received inibiscily !
were : :
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j' weeks
: : \U1tt : } 'lol e&l'ro'ptu'but ftbo"was now 'withintboso . )e.terd y;one by ;51 rl Sliiman Harris:and

'. : I ;r auo said plac 1 walls; V*' the iberbj Alderman .Woodbury-menuoding :

;.' ,'S SFt.;: : J 3.: \5. : 4. And Mil .further enacted. ,ThatComi condemned gloomy to |eaysoi*..silent COCVJCT'ru.nl toil,,, side by, the fact, aud biietiy stating:the parikulara of jibe : :; -'e
f lissloner of the General Land Officeby ; .
t. a.s'ssiuigioiisw. them nlornjiig.AJcNab
gave jesterday '
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side with villains of hue of criaic
,.:. ; 1 f" isbr iu vAicdwitbauflorkys direct id secluded every) <' he .with' afew ci-inpaitions, were'puswg l1. :
ibe' rcat'buildiu.
1 'Itt F .5, b iha' paa rr'.ad"AI, 'what conditions' the a( prsof t hissearcbIu ibeeoarse. Uie ,deuse Grand River dwamp; >ben be fas : *

' :' *' nd office shall oundtheoljectb1 .hot directly tbrougb tlielentple. lieU
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I- ".IdJ tio.supptiodwiib plats : l
". : particolored ;convict dress, sojled an4 dirty his bOlle./'a ad, the letUsra say. died instantly firll j j.Tua.persoiu ;
," '.J: and c pies of plats and surveys from the ; ,
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bis od bit
.l:. SfS. S b. cropped.closely1 bead, ( who .werewith biui only (|
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; ,. : : .... officeral .BOW\e. eda'lUouf"e.od.Ope' small and tligoified loroi, bent painfully,overbis Io pickup; ILe dead body and mad off with [the ; ;<, .
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louis andtbe office uthi Gene
.' 1 : ; Surveyor task, His countenanc.-".as_deadly p'le" utmost d'pald.-appell'l"h e, it;js supposed, ,

-. . .i -.5' t l'. .. ", at 140'lhia$31.S. save wb re, upon,'each cheek, a deep) that a lazgefi.rce was secreted in the dense cedar ,'

,:{ .0," i'; 8e -5. 4j'ft': further enacted. That I hectic spot, told tlia troubled .a.J of his brake, !from whence. the fatal 1 bullet w ti.r.id.r! i |

. I; t' .nlb t t portion\f the present Fayettevilla unquiet mind, while, bis unshaven chin, with Col.'ilcNab was Speaker of:the last house of : { : i

:. ; .;: :. di.iri t; which liet south of.the line between a bear!. of a week's growth, 'contrastedstrangely Cow .onll uf-: Upper,CaMad., and more lecentlyhu : ,

'.,' ke'th .- [ town hips'eleven 'and twelve": north. ,of the with his high martte-like.forehead I taken a' very active part in defence of the :

: rac >sj, base 'line\.shall formta separate wildness fruyj..c .'The burning of the Caroline at 5cb loaaer -

laad' istrict and be called the Western land// and altered features, imparting a was accomplished bybisordcri.. For hisexertions | : !

: . ..' J .: : : : di.t t, and the iand office for:said district : to bit appearance;wbirb le&le4 the,gloomy at thai 'crt ia .wore c pee cijlly 'lbe was

: ,scene around1. I It was HZlUlt1/RATDUUl knighted by the5 JSrilish (Kiveruuient, and jthe
'' ; shII'be I established o'an '
( ,i. ,. at'bocounty' seat ; the Forger. He was occupied in shaping presumption is that be has b ea'uinatedlorthe : !

S S ; ,' :, Job county.' "r sacb other place as ibeent the beechen' blocks ol ,which joiners' planes same'c.u.e.. Captain Usher one of the party !: ; [

j : :,. 1s51'' of the"I'uitcd. States\ thall design art made aud steadily wro ght at las new concerned in the burning ofihe Carolinewas' ;

S'S ,. "..lle.eo' employment bisxdelicate bands, unused to assassinated iu bii own hopie' Dot many wekssince. t

,: :;i. :: ''t"1. s. 6. .And Wit further, :tnacled. That pi iog busily and dexterously Otheis, it is reported through the Cauida t :: : .'

4 ,-,.-;.}; "tLt hall bsj appointed by the, President, 'mluu.llabot: wink j visiterRajiatTupon papers are marked tor asimilarfate.: WrUt- f. '
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tot. bec
4"S : ;by ao nith'ibe.dviceand consentjof the JAibo ever IDIlY have' been the character or use :'
tbe sad spectacle, the
Senaand i. under the exiting Jaws k 'register brah transaction at S>chlo.ser, there can be'ut )
'* .r *nnrow of 'the dirk rum '
S. openings passage sentiment amongst bouest men-a. to the cha.
one l
IS ;, ieomp ct-iver in aud fur saiJ'diuric whose '
l nsatiu'n'shall' Ithe < which 'lbo convicts are watched. by the ler of these assassinations We hope the authors ". .

S t.. S be same as provided guard of the prison, unseen by the prisoners of them, whether Americana ;or uot,. tI' .
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tarot orredatcriandreceivcri rit ball
:'1 : ; an another stood similarly be ferreted out. and to lb-
yisiter by brought condign :
pUJl : *
? ; ..ff: : ,!" .S. be tb. duty .of.the Sccretarypftbo Treasusaon occupied, who had been ,employed by. the meaL j I I l ; : c
. rJ al '111 can te done .to cause the Hamilton Gazette of the 10th that ;,
S : : .. man; they were one of '.The says
; p '::.. DOC u ary tract boob maps, and surveys p( the' .N Cntempl.adul I thousand Col. Cbisolm was shot at, afew( nigbta be'ore. : "

-r the bite lands in said districtto be filed in bit bouse but happily ti f ; .
pi bear own escaped a.IJ u. :1 ;
.I' laborers when.engaged in carrying on bisgigantic
' : ; : I : said u See and all applications for i in red. .
,01 \ ; entries latter I i
.5 operaltoU'. The stood : of
;{ ;, ' . '.'_ ') j .. ' laid istrict''shall be mad.'.. heretofore 'Iieat.' The Dathurst Courier says that Judge Jo el : iI :

' : (;' : .. : prescr bed,by,!law at the land office i DOW is.. I lyiitent u the seine, unli he has been'waiued by a letter from i'btladelpl ia, :! ';
tears, and turned iiv'Iy. be bis uiaiked for : : ?
that aud
': D irrepressable brottiera are assu u. r
;c ; 'abti ed. until the first day ounce next I
sympathies which in the bosom ation.
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arise ,
; SAP roved, July 7th..183d.V .. bUt 1 'V i :, ,
14 ',. . : ; often defiance ol tbe Mem decisions Another Canadian pap'erstates! an attempt .
..'.j' ; had been made to burn the house of 6he no* ; : ..
of and often lavished 'uiivfcfr- .
S ? ; .. ;; "/V m LU Penny jkfof axi*., justice' whom redeeming upon traits tlamtlton.' (An .u.u .wn j;{ and Uui.the mci u-" ; ;: } ::1
objects some
I NT1Eb1gAING3utwOaDs-No.I. thy dishes, iu number have beeu traced to | { <
.
.rre'
: endrkVed ,
. have to us, overpowered bis .feel!;

: : , r .' .:"' bTaoDvlToar\ i. iuts, and befell tbe prisoner to the, .peopled to The Lew"lon trials'of,the personsjcaptuied; nrar Prs-: : :: :
(
:. :4,. '. JI&1 I JoftDoccuedIu.issaonaderingtbe solitudeof that ppulotl.dungeou. coil continuie at Kingston- aud of those iiuplii a" : : Ji

. : ': :: S : : IUbjetor'elementarjr, education that a great Nor is.jt To l ho ; the hu ted in lbt be lliun iu Lower Canada, at AKtj <:
IS. S ', 5; f, ,D uoD benefit .would be effected,* if any .way initiation of this\ ometiroe. :"Girard of the treat If Ute account'or tbs murder of Sir ALLan I j '

.. :h 'r 1 :;:: ;. S 'eould IM contrived vf teaching. children 'lb.i. Wrst,".should produce'ia the .public mindlcebnuf a IlcNasshouW prove 'true, we fear tfierej; is : r ;; ;: ,:.

E : : :. .1 g oiwltat5lbey read.. We allude more mingled with the ton vie* little hope of mercy to. those, bo are found guilty. l .
t'' r' :-f' i. pi4iiei laxly tot'thai class of children'whoae iri- .regret. A general| order has been published at Montreal ; ; '
: lion ol the wholesome iho1barsh .
3 I .f . : attet1$ a"I' confined to Uie English language.Tha co..eCtVe.o V directing that no person .hall,cross the i '
\. 5' S ;:; .. 'jo exjaat aopn cutiona' of the meanings words. ( justice, 'm'ul be visited as well upon the frontier int|the United States without a pasport.andjtbat I : !

.' : U indeed. not erl generally acquired.even by loftiest uptiih.. lowliest i .bat are personscctning from the.State shall! to :
:: those ''v''ho recai ve more vxpeusive education alike'sbeltered tbe of ,
r' I a ; (Upon canopying egis subjected to examination. :
: fY S but still I. Wtn Uie practice ,o(learninga JitJle our' .... V Two of the convicted prisoners, Duquette a id t ',

.S I ,'tf': Latin< r Gieek, or, a m. ero 1a&iguage.ich aa, ,, /The convieticn which h14 settled upon'' Cardinal were to be hung on Friday Ust. ; ; .

ii ,' ', . Fraud 'or German, they are naturally led to almost,every raiud, that,:through tbe i influence ' The Montreal Herald ol': TU 'day lust had] a I ,: ..
z ; ': i -: ; cocnpa re wan, words and modes of'expressionin that about 20 had seized
been
, of ..frieuds, the ingenuity ofable: counsel report loyalists at
; ; !
the acquired language with I :
.
S corresponding
..1 Musisqooi &*y by' a party ,of-Americans. a id I '
S terms ii their own. And'this practice of corn- ', .& the quibbling! teehnicalrierof law, be ;
retained the American .
side
bobt-
1.' paring words in different languages,'even if <. would at1 the close! of bis prot trials, were on as | I V
. car/ Ced ages-to be hung if any prisoner*'were eije- ; ; :
S I ned i or: ly to a small extent, tends to form a bi4t ultimately escape conviction. bad ep.red cuted at Alontreal. The'Gazette of, the same '
'
,, 5, ', of mo i carefully'investigating the precise sig- the community to expect ,uch a resuV' and evening contradicted Isis alory l and affirmed I l "

S ",", ni&ati a of words..and of exercising a more when the verdict which has linked his Wmty that allwas, quiet on the! hues. Fur'Jcar !ofdisturbances. | I
:
* t : ?S .' ::_ sound 0J critical"judgment' on 'all. that a man with infamy was'finally recorded, the public, howeverthe 7Ut Kegimemrliuia i 1

2" ,; ruada! or bears. lu .iiorv t M' *.ot-'the as V w!elHrr prisonernilfricmJa,-we., talcea been marched to Ueauhoruois to L'C'die. and f

S ,preset'' aiveigainst fJar..beinc.d.eeiycd br.a- by surprise and scarcely believed it rel.eii the 15th -tSl'Jobl.4'to'ble aux iS'oix and I
:: I instruction ,or woidy sophistry,/'wheth- '
: I perficii blaw the NaIJi ryille. Two companies of tbe.ih axe
1 was a at high hopes
S staggering
.': 1 r eroudinbookaorproceedingfromthemouth :
1 flattened at' r3t. J bn.. j F.L'lie
' S of. one invested with authority. he'hidi.videnily cherished from tbe cut of' \'. ,Herald says that four of the prisomrs ,;

:.' W. ii not intend to say that'a study of tha Iherurmer trial I. which bad r luhed. il ,were to be executed on r'ridjy. and adds the \
:
I ", meanings of weeds can be considered un subS acquittal.upon the indictments' on which it merciful L6j"'that the lunging ihexi four'i'

f' : stings 'fur the study of things. But 'we' think .founded. Placed again at liberty,.after only a, short preface to a Urge volume.'*. j ,'V'V I

: S that yc ung'children. and everf boya of a more his ling incarceration (lore waut of'bail, be I I A uninber( uf pnsouera have been released.f- I'. : [ i
'
.. .. : S, -., r ", I ad vane id age, may be often led to a careful con was onc mtr&actively ranging.*he 'scene'sof Among"them are turned Messrs. Viger. LafOn. \
;, : r. sideral eo of all that they hear and aee, by being (
.\ his former enterprise,-aud planning busily uineMolid<:lei.'Douegaii.Valee! | aud Penawt.I ,
trained to a comparison of word. one with'ano rj
-I
: arrestad
were ly
for the future Theambhiousscbemevhich I They on on suspicion. It
-
ther si id by being required to define the mean .1.1I
.
S. ings 0 such as:occur in, their regular..lessons. once mfro'lwelod bit restles .bosom, | From the New Orfleaas Bu. ( ; {

I }," .. } :1'," 1'b. IM ttful itndies of this country are' in general and gilded hihetu dlkrned prospect of FirMer fanuulari .of,tht Deduction if' self :

p : r, ._ ..Ii a i up.rfidalstdyotwordsandtbiiu.er. 11.leltU-nollo himself' and 'coufidenIia1ricns'can JIUM de Wtoa.-We are indebted to the Captain : ,

S ::1 too: is xjually true. of those -who can affojd to ;; know. But these' budding ,of the Meteor, (pI\the fotlo'ving'' .inte resting detail !

S I ,S' learn T-tim nand Greek and of Uute who never hopes, and .bright; anticipations ,Were sud'denly tecpeciiog ibV expedition and the ,aiutk ; : :

t S ,". S ad'la a beyond their native to 'tle ; .' blasted and stern .. ibrbnjed upon. the Fortress orxfiau Juan de UHoa. l ., t "

i S '. I : .' Our object at present is simply :to improve the confusedly before ,him. His.hHJ ignominious After. the,arrivul of.,Aduiiral' ,Uaudin off tie
I coast of Mexico, Mr.. Leroy, 'one of the com-
of the Utter cliaa
S ', I edlca Oil by- recomuicndingaunMchanges .doornwithii., its lonely hours of ;
LjectJoi .
iuauder.wa of Mexico 1
'. V despatcbea\tptbecity: .
;' S ,' in loeprewnt modes of introoi Its
ihouglij.,
' l' I, I. 'tione tiich I.ibllleladil time to aconsid- plla'.ndloocler to bake known to the Government, the ullirx a- \ :! ;
: i miy
'
': : \ arabic Jalteratioa'in'the whole system. Instead euote. ; I..ha -lay with a)! sickening turn ofiFrance., A few.Jay 'afier,he return ;dwitboi /1,1
Jk .
'1 , "', $ 3r \. .'. a&tfl|nptia'g, a complete ahange i It is often a '. Weight upon' his beau.Meatcametbi it bringing au"aati&factory :reply.: T ie l '1 :
\ : where atoll next n oruing i letter.WIII lecenred in which 51 r.Baudi ;
S- . : more raeUeal mode to lake things as they .are prison sceue, ; ,
:, : I.: *>. i \ and to'try'to mand them '-As word..tine words the clank of fetters, and the rattle ol chains i was-requested ,to'lepairtoiJalf pa, to :

,',rM i... I \ /only are the material im which most children* are i aud Ibo harsh grating wf dungeon doors, becommenced treat 'v ith the envoyiou the iuhjeet, and to send I ,
\ will endeavor ,away, pin of his rurc !.'t at Alex o might riot ; :
/ .Y" now. employed we to show [how the (routine of his monotonous\
S ,; the" atrj Jy of words 'miy* be turned ac' appear to be compelled to yield to violence.i TJie ( <
,: j'I lo some task, and'ihal, knaddening, reflections have this' \
\ admir 4 I consented to urnt:condition. *, but refused
.0unl.l !
. ; S j ,, i, ;. ; '; .: I 1 been bisiuh., few week which have since positively; to listen io Uie'second.. Hathere \
.
:;: : ..".J Tbelirst step on the roati of improvement. sticceeded! Wl.al oavliJioS retetshavi' ; ira'took his departure, and'was, alaied : I ,
\
:, ,; Ii : \to elxxjsa reading lessons for the children' that : consia'nt r
< ; dwph; with a and mournful with s salvo of 19 guns. f reotrance.in'to.VeralJrUX. \

SS '" ',4 ; : 'Ihall cantain pUui and correct, descriptions'oftb : 'presence in bis, agitated breast! Ilo'uely'earniu1. What .' / [ V! [, i ( :. '
: natural
S '. S r r phenomei&aofmo.t ordinary occnrranee for the forfeited delights 0 rIflallfe ,Oii its return,,lie stated fat 'Jie". envoys li :
,. I ,
-S of the arts and nunafacturcs of their on n accepted all tbe conditions by' / ,
S t: I and onre 'more, the forfeited esteem "'r.tif '
nographical
: topographical deiscrlptiunc.Viln -
cogntrrt
: Mithn ezcepIiuniiz'tba virtue of wbicbMekico !
i: "- f . little dranntic leee'.lnd ul"| that ojf lb'wronged community in Was to autrjorize.alea by retail to be made : ; .
,
$ S 'l'I', t.. '.: : shall in c lcale the value or indirxlry the love' ,of i which ha had itri, to build up his fame by'thej French ;Iud.that the had ''wished ( : ]

':: : ; .: : train i nd ui honorable desire of improving'theircflnoVim. I And C" ..cenrlik[ a reproving, angel, to consult the Gover lm .pectiog'thi envoys point, if
'
' l : ;''0-. ?":." S . \Ve disapprove of that plin,which pointing, w ,, \ !' finger 10' the Alr.i Baudio'.added tbat]be bid granted them ; > [ )
: ji :. makes Uia yibla ,ibe sole taxi in'many charity has his i waking hours beeasilent. tbe .v-
past. through > faw days more, but at expiration of this period i. $ '

SE-, S ':. .- S schMli ;for' wfcila we think.the llolycriptbe. 5et; haufltii'inonitor,. whose mental l if:jibe replies'still continued onsatufactoty, : \ | 1
: i otifhtUo form school I
.:, ' \I partpfllia course ;iwa scourging have been moro tcrrible'ihan the hoslilitiei would immediately commence. it
: .: bsisev4thattbzclnsivouM of them, parpicularly -, Unthe| morning of Uie 5J7tb, the tomb vessels [[ '
!
which have borne his
physical
: the In whIch .
why
.. r i4 they are oftenread I pl Cyclp and Vulcan ,were ,towed by' the steab- :
: : ff. ; .1 'aotaeti aes pro< !ue.s an etTectvery ditTerent porn : frame. t. ., boats astir asihe'middla of the ..boals'wb J.

!' :; ,. .. that which the (benevolent supporters of the sis. :. It i i. a:sad, lesion' -.the fate of BENJAMIN bound the eastern side, wheie they anchored 17-

: ,' 'S ., 1.'Uaolici. \Wa a'e glad to learn that ig nowebecomnglhe RATUaU.: Tbe Nereide, commanded by the"admiral, the

'' 1 s .. ', practice in many! will conductedschooli 1 Gloria and lphigenie.too their places afterwards I : ,

S S i.question'the children'' on the meaning on the line ;, in the meanwhile some )lot
". S ,, 'S of what, they read. fto make ihein'.nlaUt'in''ibetr Niwis.. Soma cultivated persons 'wbosa. DUo.bu. the Mexican envoys went.nu board of thevdnii- |
own wordthe Ie* on they hive gone .oyer!,wllb n4> b -
ral's vessel*, and sought to obtain a re spite..l't '
' 1 '. ' , the t< the of the are in more age from attempting '
'. .; matter ; > give explanation more .dYnc' d.f durlt 25, minutes past two they left the fri st...iTb] "
::f "S difficu! wards and to collect to aj.hatthesuscepubility
; examplea of ,
'
.. ya- for action vii at 28 .
signal i given n urUtes i
prepare
of cultuie much
; ;, : nousrords.. whichin and ret yery impaired i
.7 S !.; 4.:, \ sbipa signification i past two ; the fire commenced, and continued -
,
aambl those lava met with the lesson.Thus . if not altogethej po'erof deriving
I : I < they ;;iu I.t'an.t four hours without internouiou.:The Frinre
.. ;; ; fur .iflt.&nce.I when the word to g-ncken pleasure from tue infinitely lea de Joinville wiling to re main'an idle spec4a.tur.'asked'perwiiio f I

I ,: i, !, I occurs;. the words to ittfen. to lengthen,to sJbr*: than i"oulb Nodoubt faculties' have was* of i Admiral Uaudin to take
.t ee1 ntiiy Mmpard with it,. from which will Ud wnt : ; but i it equally bis J
in the action, and'without waiting for
'. .certain that the period of life must ba advanced a'pirt
,
'
S .. ba aeaja lh t these Verbs respectively signify:tG the
raised me..lri-eolored board
'
reply, flag on
indeed at which they notbe. quickened :
of may
.5 t 'I M aJU ba thmjt which we ara speaking fth. broadsile '
'. .i" *., ,*,. orsAam When the boy meets{;wiSh to use"and polished t bribLe.;and, for Its Creole,'discharged 'firer] The at .the Creole fortress.wa., !
and
heavy
a !
-1 kept
I V
; shall up
: t I 'tha wrd amsafe ha will ba directed to compare tnjafmtnt, we quote Dugald : wb "
struck several bullets. The bombabelU S in of his such by :
one :
: -with i such? words as awtrna. meven. iraworihy ; ly..ylo| mel, fected most dreadful havoc within ide fortrris. }
r ,. "and v ill readily perceive and remember that all what an auiOD' most refined ;
. The situation of the powder tnijazine being$
' j those words have a, signification exactly the reverse pleasures What enchantment are added to i ; ',
sbells tbrowo directly
S were
known ; upon tiespot."Three
I, their most ordinary perceptions The mind :
fate '
of' frM,:ma, and vortky, "It is our theih wiih'ro'
. .. awakening aa if from,a trance t... new'exis*. of expired > muh 1
she_ .
: ," i .' S.. tbjee1 t how,this! kind of inllruction may violence that the decks of ,< eral of the'FreAphves.els i
beeorres habituated the iitere ,
ended tence, most sling 'C
: t. ( i.be ex ouccessfHlly adopted even by alxlb distance than mile : i
of mere were
l s of lire and nature- intelleatutl U !
\ .'theu hnaibla teactar i and rot Ihllpa'pote aspect* eye \
J
S S : ,- i. we hiva prepared a short series 'of,articles in purged of it. filmaod, (Jang tha moat familiar atrewedwith: their fragments. The Cavallero, I I j ; I I ..

.-. .,which la and.unnoticed disclose charm invuible before. one of the strongest towers of the FOil;exploded ;
r uur oJe.a will be :nuke ourselves
.to
: ;
: 5 About 5 o'clock, P. M., ) portions of the fort
. The .'
: iad.rstoodby aU. without i pcesuming to ad Jin The same object and eveufr which were lately
S : demolished the frigates in a most deplorable r
by ;
beheld! with indiffeience all the were ,
S ,'i the slighlast degree to the knowledge of,the I learned occupy now ca ,
S ; embrainres
r '. law. ' paeiiiaaand.powers| .of- the.soul ; the contrastbetween condition.x.ha being entirely '. .
'
. ; ,
5' 'I I dismounted and battled to pieces. At 5 o'clock
the tba iC
: ( .' :' i present and past serving only to \\; 1 .
.
,' -" ..- "I' .' enhance ant I to endear.'aurooked for an acquisition. the, gnnauf the Mexicans'were'nearly silenced. ,
.
.' :. ... c.. -' :A:*'01& taleofMoTta MulticauHt....Tlio What Gray bu.o finely said of the pleas The'friarate La Clone was then removed by t|>aateamboat \ ;

; ;; . tree Jhhis ian oible species of Mulberrycommanded ura of vicissitude, co yeya.but a faint image of Meteor.- The fire of the two : : I

,: higher"prices at the auction site' wbatisexpeiencedbyhe nun who,,arter bar others continued until pirbt fall.; It was thin ; f

S . ': ,, If. lost and aniD"* kept up solely,by the bomb vessels. lust as the :
: : : '.: innde!by Win. Franklin yesterday, than lug in vnljar.occupations vulgar ; : \
S earliest .t frigate Admtial waa about set'sail canoe ap.
of Gln"bit and.. o precious' yaars, thus
: aujplisiousonO.: They,were moderateizea '
S \ last to 'heaven and preached from the fortress and demanded a truce, : J i
:. id:the Jargcr ; introduced. at a new a new :
.' .. I portion were quite small earth i 'S that the dead and wounded who were buried under .
: :: j ' S .' Tb ""t welt price Mas'.57| rents, aad'' the the sums bright be withdrawn. The dmii al :1'
meanest floweret of the yale l : ,
'. 1 70 eeots.bring from 25 to 30 'tents The replied that be could not grant truce, bu' that : ,

t : high.fulot.. Nearly the wbolo:were ta e.bf ThE simplest; note.that swells the gale; he would sand summons capitulate, aud thai if ,
.
4 : ,',. r.' onSp rcbaasr. thereby causing' much,diiapMi Tba.common son. tha air. tha'akk,, *' it were not signed by 6 o'clock. A.M of the 2rjtb.ke ; i.

; I + bi. .p'aisj'aradiM. II' '. ., VV weuld I rtcvmaMDca his, .attack ten the fort a iu f : .
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I / an. iu i 'A. .Xwv.. oo- lion, frooi .IIid h : 'ylor.r-, .,..' '"? .- . Je. '.,j" <'A. vere lately l o'vn-d &lr.-Jpoes, of,lKe second 1 RM.". ." S S ,,. t .. IKWL "'- *. . .-!...II, 1."'..: .
r". I .iifairts e racttr.J his'been , ; 1\ ; ,Waid I Jlfteltiu this ri1r. The night i 'before -- ; S I -S S. *, 'I I
< f ;t, B WABOctober Jec 5. Cash pai|Ambrose' i erj'.r 'Dee. 5. 01.euh received Deraardo -. ,. : I t
1' : .. BuOTr/fro &caxtUv f robally.- r'.ij. : j (" S :8,J838vencourageroeui laifihuy n ere put up for ra file.1 The,biheit ,'.", '. ',; ftnvtffu CitySJarttt frvmAf. ..' Segni. : [ .,: SO. CO. 4 .. .5 : .'. ;
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.1 : .houldbebeld ,. .
j .,%> *Jt j Ulann 0)4 swmbsr I ,,ind if ; Jt Yrl. .outIbefUrthCTiOhbItiUhS 'aud. :.lii lowest throws. were to'take"ibetwo. .23.to AW.12..cl fin MTT : :", . : e,:' lJoJoahaaSo1aer110 I4' :i > S \
I t of,Alarbua co'uuly . A butcher named Sparks. threw-the, 7. 'mothi; * '2600 Dee "". Doi Antonio Alvarra, ,' '49133v f ; ; : \ 1 -
jI '.tfeer* wifl bit..oppositioB i If U does.notj fb.! ,to.rci "lo'ibcji set tie ro e'u t J-erei vi therginoJbouvo ', ,' : isfr.: 5- k. ; :" ..:
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rn (; ng l lo w.csi i aod 'took one. Tbe brother S n eenytbiew :- -S- DoJ meI, &L. Gontto. ,for ,:',;" .5. '
I ,'.'rN; I -.(l I': f ; J '; : of. the Uuited States,; ,and 40 on one rb ace..a Mr. Hubbs also --.5- 7I.j835-6., ,t'- 34 12'.:, Jan.2:. Do. Philip I Weademan. 'iJ- S ;!1&. ',
.. The fiknate called also ( iuto daiialidus for .tbe'de .l'-. \ .5. f < aTtiC. .'Il"\ 6S . : S
was .together buTnojlttsf' fformipg. tbem ? :threw 40; this was, the highest, -number . : : .t- S
w i t able'lo form a quorum.: Adjourned'wit"rgattislitgt o t ,'fence oTthe hue,. ;ltb, battalion. :haviug 'aCeutral thrownThe ulcbfr.ItOu. bt.our Hubbs Jan.;'_3. Remitted to Van Brunt, baf. .' 5". "PbilipWeademanP.Fm,4, ,J MF ;.. .;. >:, ." }! ,
. .b. 2. Philip Weadtnun. Osr of SJorkel .. '. I
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.those present being ,wonat ; n. chance to t> the ; he want- Feb. 18.'CM/I/ p&i4tO Eenben'H Pink. S : : / S 5664 J ; : :" \ S

.. ' We bear riiod iissgreement in the c ;these meuib employed parily'iu cuhivatiug. '''I'1 ied to buy ouilbb Sweeny ,but.tbey'wonldn't ** ham/ot MJUnr/ & i ef' :.' 4. '" .Doi Philip Weaieman, Pour .: ,.- : :4 ;: t t'

\\ Yentioa. 8oo *>ayibataHCon titutiori 'willb, I,their fields lacornaul. other crops:-for ibe, sell .lieie'jjie: matter stood. Tbe butcher Win.tellzganfpm ii,.Noni, .' : ..I, < 1 iet--k.i : .'ly : LM L
.f' subsistence of tbemst I yea and,ibe.troopi\ ,Dud and half the oiber"tboSweeays j ch2.PbiIipWuadems.; Clerk :if "-. .. .i : i
r f.tasdoundoiI ,.' and at'one.tliue atdentoodthat otvuedonoox ; 5 .:- .lid t tU Cit" 'V 10 CO : ; :. 5- ::1 'f. t,
'. f> .jiot, .we. in l from:' to ; :In Market, f / 868 ', ',
i patily 'patroliug post ,pot. owned half of one. The latter offered Marcti22.I'o._ : RlD., Fununejp.. ? 'r'L'pili.IbiiqiVeadeznan.CIerk .'. .
;: it bad adjournedbat tlt.ttwo'oitbJ1t' I'pj riuauceio. this j'lsoit&is iny intention! TopropOjKiu mph' the piice i of jbe oxvaud a half, but the 5. ...'UtI Streett, . ': 2500- --4.. 22.E.B.GooldMqorP..rFsiI,2.5O; ,.""- :'te"'i -/ t.

: ir dsyt have- transpired since Jhen.wecan'l.. I ten r-'b* )! theI'ei4entto, ak i f .Congress .butcher'nocldu'i selL Sweeny then wanted April 18.Do. R!Di Fontane; do. ". 5564 / ," V S :110,. : S . 5'1:i f--j* :> ;' .

1, . r r"to make of it. The 'uviaber taay .ib11IJ'oJi suboritykofe, t !, laqd. settlers,',upoucon'diihn ,.to_kill one andbave bis half ready ..forCbnstmwsI.Sif 111,2.. Do.:Philip?W-aoeman.Sr v Alarket ' S ..' Philip Mnkd Weademan. ,'Peor fund, 9 3..3J 42& .r -,! 'J'

% ;,,t1;,,ri..da .I 81ia t- ut"inUiiary *cr vices,. u .tha territoryu ; the butcher refused to have June 2.Philip Clerk"titulary Weadrman; &,-)] arket" "i: 650. Mav2 ;Do Piiiiip Wttdnun Cik / > ;'. .: I. ..... S .

- '. TbraUa. ; diversity ,of 'opinion mpectin, : p jViBed 'jul iis.bi. meantime 'iowithinginybiduiiejybohIiooutth tb. ox' killed; ,:and.Sweeny' YkiUltyith.' Clerk, kit tatary,, S C50 "- ,,. Market. S 43 6| -*' -. S t'' S

: ., Banks beret' bejaa.piiiot1nquj i ; abjro*f indjjcemeotof !ont bis. ,ermi.iiionee y says be),.may hD: for C-A, coant. Candles., June. '. Do.Pmiip Weademan. Clerk .J. -' :- :. S !. .SS. I

.1 _' Respecting them and their tI'.d.DCr'tbal ma, 1: ready market and certaiu_protection' to .keep iran,., but .be won'( pay a rent fur S.-: IheJ.d.'lor Patrol RDDfJI< '._ 2
_. la / tbe proprietors of the soil wbo.bave .been feed'. Tbe butcher says be shall,or sell out ,ac 5.DO.B. gQi'c.oaJrilI Clerk, .2 .'- July 2.;Do. 1'b'lip \Ve dem.n. Crk- -J' .: Mr... S
.retail _food to the country. 'tt. dread : Market, i3I8 I IS. ,;. ,
.. frooi'ibeir.s.ettlejnants. by his.. a"'e.,, Here"they join i issuer t and:.leave ; ; fT.UL1y\ \L 25 00 ,r .
4 r' : -' This place,is pestered with abh4fer; vruei .of'.tbejsavage institutiout uf Th1Odius.ucb it to the lawyers,. aud these gentry will decide "". .8, V/Sanche'z, Letter Paper 350, >"S._Do.:Geo. L. Pbillip" Tax Catleclor -. ;s .-
\" .ot variooa kinds.and, ho.ilverfin gircut&tio* be dcfeud'ed.in *!.> .; Do R. 1IP Fontane' ,'impntint ::; 14445 j jS j- -
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: : -ht; portions Ls cannot the:caieby picking all'tbe meat..off,the . '
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'* Bank, have redeemed,jier issue : be 1 : sItu!", 12 18 20_Do. o.LPhillipTazCt.- / .. :
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LIre. was niauoer null protected PI.pu.t. o ten, and Riving Ibelr'choul' the bones.. *** .AlI e lector. 895Sept .. 5 ". S
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.,'. .. aDair, 95 *od nude.aud co tlnuidtbe expert placp-Jas 'near t" eai hither* as' circlrastaoces -.' ,NYHcrntd., .,.: ', S'Au,31Do.5 PsmUkSqaiiw.Maj-2ub34.J rtpcmlfeaufl' 1200 S 11. Do.Geo : L. bil1ip.,., ':{ :, "- S

I understand diioejiaaed. Hill p'errnit";;>ud councctcd,.I together Taa 6660. > ,
ownl for two day,and then I .' Sept.7.Do.Ambrose Cooper./orllr get City I'
'' $ .Excuangei* much reduced, but t1i4! ,good read.., (. :.. .t-. ' 'S :The folio wins quaidt paregraph''formishe over Maria SoneAex Ctt4. 20000 N v.2..1)o..JOLAthmblaICkTkq 'I '., :. S f fS
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rouclusiOauati letter from merchant 223-W '. S I : ;
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; ': Dank doe not draw,except on 1I\.p! .oi..4 in New; Orleans friend ia 'this 1833. ? 1 : -
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. .tour 10 obedient servant to a .city.:- one quarter*aZa 1250 : S .
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:-te4to4iy. what premium specie bore, asBXV'B : Sinned 'J. R. PpINSEnVBrig Baltimore American. 4, D!. It D.Funtane,2qiispq April6DJLA.LlambCcrlf < '. I' S .

: ; 'amatt faoa&f advertised ; and I : 'l Cot 1 ; Geur Z.TTAtioB,:' .5/ibo, market here presents. Hltlb, of inter .'stoM..and carting_|A*".for .''S. ".'. iMarke&.1 252 j .,... .' : ; ; S.

' i. 4thatthIutpcewaatrumISa,2OpUce1 Tampa Bay. Florida.Seouu&at est. Lead i i. heavy ; Fire arm* go off readily tAt catunoay back of. &* Coutt:: :; May 16iDo. CbarleeRobioo, .. : -( 38:75f' S 1 1S

'. of knowing ludi'u looks blue .Tar stickf ia the ( 1/.. .1. '2200. July 16. Geo. L. Phillip S '10 GO *.- .:"
: So far aa I Jave had on opportunity ; '
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: Oct. 30. F L Jt. 65 00 1
v4 wtir,.'-.lt* ppesri: from the hands Nov. B. Segui, Ckri of ("Olfll .sacS < ; Duct. : t
willbefocioqairingnxKlly of. holders stock '
ibe mind of tbe member*, I think they I ; Feathers light ; p. 1 $ '' I.
'anarter't salary. Ny.0.Do.JosAUawbis.CityMar- : :
: 1 : proceeding of the U*i' S. Sciiautjon Tuesday r : J 2"50 (it ;. : .
the state of tlVe banks ttouts and shues none f ofttbis week ;Brandretbs' Dec. 4. Do. James .w : I$0O- ->,. I' .... .,
.::' inlo tict. iud' fibm various publications"Iu tbe Ptila I Gouldprinting, S 5 I' ., ,. > '_. .
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I should but give' '. Juiues I.'. EspV4 the me- pill brisk dtmar atteudetl with con \ year 1837 3-1'874 J ,' ", c .. .
.Bad to}i* no bank object, every delphia ers.tbat&lr' 1. l .. \ ''i.i . : .
that city, has made some.ncientificidiieoyertes iderable operation* ; Ntgroes run off'freely. J638. ; t. : : '
1 : \ tdk7tIryth$ public of the, faithfulness or| te'orologist I ..JK.j .I. !,- ;
: startling, iuterest..Tbf 3iloMruig Whiskey likely to go down considerably to- i.March. 27.. Do.: Micbael Andreo. rqcir. 'u ..',-: .'. '... ..... " .l.
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administration told when S . .
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their tarwa* was of iLeat Jhe words Christmas. '-. lag streets and r -, ..- O'. .. J
is a condensed suiwruary ., a* give inn, j. tautevayj. 35. CO : ,. ' '--.fi ,
. '; :, thij.td.oth.pwano.e.thatifanybne, : wanted .) ,U. S.-. Gaiette of yesterday l. '. ; ." .Do. John. SegWriphiisg ./_;. t. : '. I ., ,; '" \ ',.-": 1 ;

a .figbl,jkt.ium raise any question'respecting .Isu Captains of 'vessels will be able to tell S. . ,PASSENGERS, I!I S streets and cautevayt, I 35 00'"::" .,", : 7::: :' : .j.i : '- .. I-, '
think tUreat will whether 'bere is a.ltrirDl.w .fptir hundred 29. Do. R. D. FonUne, repa b 1. ; ; I"
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the Union Bink bull In the steam packet New York, from .5- ; : .
J i." 'mile of his vessel, aud which way be'must steer .struts nndeautewayt. : 11 25,.. .: ,"t'. > '" .f.r. . .. '. . .. ;.,.. '
L fi Ch.rl -Judge Smith and- Son, Capt.E. 1 'J .J. ;i. I
lead to moae mnes : ; ; 1
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only liule- wind the May 15. Ulioa.IQtlu'Cilt -% ; <
to Uluc "r as j jputjof Ln .
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:. '.,Bf tbe next'opportunity;,..I.shall be able to storm as be please', hence great saving of life KrStnith. U. S. A.'-'lady audchild,, Miss S ton, : I 20003 ;; ., ,. _.'... '.1, .1:1"s-<...,.:J.-.' : .>-.._,.,-.,.!5-:..... ...,. >,.'. ...'. 'I. -
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know What wa &!"Io.inl.&o.be about ills sujgnted and property on:tbe vcean ; lesieuiiig ,the' risk Julia! UP)nolds. June' D. Levy, Attorney for Btoisted ; ".ip.') .. _". ,',< ',...',. ..'.-... ,,. .f";'' ',' ". .'t'i , .. "', I' I,
mud couinietcew' !i tf. taring, settlement of\\cou- .', "< ". ,' '' ' '. .:: . J JJ' .
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that there will be knotty D 1'.piritl < ; . ,. ,. .
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rain when .tradis sniL f
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for .
i. II tvktIeUableflIatI to cause !1.A.ICI "tE' JOJftw4S building abridge : ' ,'t". / < ; . T, I: 1 .
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tirriug qaedions brought forward dnring the necessities of' the requires ; over'& *cAu.(' 22500' .. .
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. : acasion, that will need all the cool t phihcopby. ,b1( tbui a ,oTtlyiug our canal with war and keeping'onr'nvers Aug.8-.B._ Seui Clerk. of Council, 3tuartirrtsalary :: : :. .:. -:. S .;(, 1 ; ; ;
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the members. .' navigable amid pievenliug extensive I -j 3750 S' 'I ',' ... fe ; 'T--; :; J t' {5. I -- S. '
droughts, thus beuefiuiug i iM a1.u.de a* A.- :4 Sept, 12. Do.,Antonio:Alvarez./0i-co- ,- "1 .. ; rir I : .''-, . : .- ..<1".4 ,, 1 ,' .
- well 1.J4 i. . I: S : : k, *'au tit rfrVw* .*M/*. 1 700 -: ':. 1- W-vf: -i -" ?. ; .v : 'V:, -' Y. J )
From UieiStvtkern] Recorder.TllE a* agriculture. : :. :.:
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J It will' esmabl&governmeottOeeP opennMrcanus Segul.attendanct r :" -: :' v'itS: '
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until Christmas, ud at a lefaess in Uu : : P V--:-- \ ;" "tfF ,'): ; -, : *! -
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-*. Son ottbo streWer!.wipuld'.t.ibou! .take pi4liensbouI ih, 2Uth of February 'or the KtMATCH. 1 NltTOFST., ,... AUGUSTINE.. . Ci/f'vs. Dirk Fteuchma,fear S., :'r1i'".;t., .. < : :'-- t"ii.aI s- ..:ii: .> ;-.'; .::-V .. -S .

"Oeryon"bluejhilltibey l luvely way. < .. 1835. 950 :" ..I '. .. :..%-. ::'Jk' ',.,.Tl. : -- t'1''t ---, ; ; ..
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itill and sbiuing lake J. ,. ,', ARRIVED. ." 0I. Do.. S ", .r' ") "." "..- ,'' ..' ..,1t . . ',' -, '
Manuel
To reacb the naniIf34Urers I '
4.j farmers mechanics Garrido .1

j- 4j It will enable tmirrwingtrttt : -' ,./.. ., .{. ..- .1. i
iIfAluDC; wttoto_bankt the inest wiad'a play! ,an J traveller*, to anticipate the kind of : 'The steam packed New York cap!.Wrigh. .. t) 29 13 .', ; ,.'r,._ 'rd"7'., .":..,' ,;:i:.-'.. :<'" ., : 'Y..;;.'' ,. r' ., t _.
two from CbarleV.uo bound Texas 'arrived oftbe.liar !' i... Do. S .. . .. '10."... . ' '. '.: ., .
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1'11 Let.no ,ehleanslIy: heart beguile weather they are likely t<* hate lor a.111Jr to Stephen Arnau.ctfeiuajat ;' ; .< .I"' ,' t- '
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!ft'- Ob ieeVtbou not tbe fountain Isle*" and ometirue* fun longer period i iu advance. 1 the.lOih. lost., landed her passengers tettnett in tke catt,off hit ....,, '. :, 'C,. _. ';..,", '. r;,$:>: .' t.J'w.,""' 'J'*.' ,- . J-" I Ji i )

Mr. **petition really to.be a very and 'proceeded her City n..Dirk FkitcAmanyt rt .. t1: > . ; ,.
;, Such is the beautiful laucuage olone of Espy' appear on pllll e. ,. :f., ::l:1: _: 1- : --f ,

. .' iVe most'4iss&uiibe1J.,. id wired. and fact liberal proposition ; almo.t Lou liberal. It was J I i !lGib-' Schr/ Messenger Henderson, St.. 1835-7 1650 :,,. ; ,;-t.; .s.'r":'Cv;: .. ;.;1 .s-Vc.x'.y; ?.." . I +

. .t, tiating ruiteuesolibe cge, with regard it, naidby' Mr. Uuchanau, "htJ' presented it, that, Marys'9 hours lumber ,master.: Nov., 5. B.. .Segni.: Clerk of nril.I" I -. ; .' .1..t.1i"c' / .- :yff.;,..-f', .;..,.j-,..,.. ,'.....: ... .. 0" 1 I-' I
.! : make the quartcr'i \ : tr '
Mr. Espy proposed to experiment talary, 12 50 : }- j ; .t
Julan4toaii.Cd iu *ibe dismal, ] A SChr. from Baltnv>re. with Government .a' ; ,-;} . > c I IS. .
the supposed at bit oiviK expense, and be. proposed that Congress' 9.Do., John,L.' William repain : _, : : ,,,: ; ..-1-7.r / .
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.. .. .nd betctDt re.u.nkflOO central re-ions, i.m- boold to him Stores.) / S to Jan. 24 J837 I .,..., '.N-". '.' .r.. .. L,, ",.r..l., .'' '< ' 4 .
.. .4 pius au engaging reward ',., pump. ,'I 300 5-. -.". .'.5't. .. '. .''. '" '. "k'" ;_,S..., .
. Ia'." 0' 'penetrable die white' man of the pkefi- with certain sum if be succeeded iu making it 1.f S >! tfT TO SEA. U -," Do. Tbos.-Douglas,fir profi ,.' .': .. ,- :.-. .;' 'I 5 1 S'P" i't'ti' : . 5

F'.". ,aokee% But it bat b.enreerve4rur.oe: *fGeorgia' j rain'in a tract of country tin mile. square ;a still I.Olh-Stc. .packet 1 IJiJa.. Nock ..SII :: tional tenicet rendeied i* iktDirfc S ... .S.5..' ::: .: "'' '" .s:_" : i< :1.-. : : 1
; biwever arduous if he ram iu a tract ofroUntry vnuuah ,'* '- tate ef ;:' : 1 "P'\ \" "' -.r '
chivalrous ions higher sum produced 1 : CitgfS4agxstiaev.
':, :..ask, to.thi. discoverer .of thit blissful one thousand square mile; a still.bigtier; I I t 2tb''S I r..l\flan'fl\etz, Satilla Riv i Fleurfma, j I 350 00 \ : lilvff
turn if be produced rain in a tract of five tbotis- I U. ".D.o. "bo.. Ooulas/or I 'profd .11t; : :'t-;, # '
aud the bead ,
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"We of F ," ', that.too at I : .
I c. 'tjt .' nd square miles ; and l itlyT't.-CiYo; 'him still S 16th"Schr: rd' i.i;'iurstont' Illit7Satilla. 5__ -- lionet'ttrfinrim t*.....W .' .. .', ,. -
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an artay jreater.: compensation if be sUould cause the i St. Afttit vs. BraisUd IfLorimg. -1 t. ., t \ -r 1"t ; '
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: And the bright, Isle when all I Ii past from I t3000 S : :. ; :
bio. to b] !navigable all summer PillsburgThe l owil. ; ; :. ( ? r K -
thine-rye at lass P 16Schr. Jane Perkins.'Satilla, a' . .. ; .
Shall vtiuly meet o the JJumilPl-l.'L Do. Tho,.' Douglas far pnifu4 :.; : : .-x. S St

,. '. 4 .- Indeed the gallant Flojd baaaccomplisedan ._' I 16-Scbr. Yankee._Lancaster, Satilla. nonol tenictt rendered tuftJcmftofC'ity : - I" "'...; .-I 'n'' ". (': I' .,..... ,.

.:,T ." ..efltaFPfl* ','c. "achieved a victory of Pea.Patch. a small island: iu the[el wire. ofSt Avgttine\jt. \ .. .. :. ,. '::.; i :. ,
and far more meritorious wbicb Unhed have The Sch!. Francis fur tbii port, cleaiet stm..aol/t"., 10 00 ',' .I 5- ,. I''. -i
. ;,,, '., _, gi cater importance. "p : tbi States G.uvenu'it t . i ; : . ,
..' : .W' aDd worthy an officer, andmLtaryeitl.$ leenendeavoring ir some years to build a fortificttiodthat at New York on the 31st ult. /\ ,u ". Do. Thos. Douglas,. comma .-S ";" :;.t .1' S :

. stand thu first having sunk The Schr. delight( Brown for 'this 5- of2peict.fosreceiviag.'I ; : -': & .
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in tKe mud so as to become u eles-, has recently was' Charleston the lOlb 1011. 5-55 and prct.ftr S S"t';:. .: -5- I .' S I I Sf
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fluliea hundred muerpblt np at .5 A-- 5'S
,< an poor. '. '' :: 'Treasurer I j6 80Balance f : I ... ; .
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Mjudiss taraget.. It is,In fact surpriitngto ft rvould seem, been seized upon, uude a writ 10' SI r} t. ., ,/ -; ->:r.'ir.-; : > 'k; I St \0
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due the tl'1Ut 'i 1:. t ; ;
:;i tossession from the United States Circuit Cvurt, cnjpi j S S 1
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'the bohlo.tour-I,' energy, and address, I The Newark Daily Advertiser gives a' Sketch S. WHOLESALE ANp1 RETAIL. \ Test. 1.676.201. S i t \ 5 -- S S I
< .' I le d where thonlJ .(lar.IQ Subletibeis are grateful to the citizens P.'B.'Dems, Clerk of the Cil t.1 '. l
.; ' : MO derelo any 4''f: the facts developed .tile trial whence it TilE "S.' CrU ; : : iLC
St. Aug4istiueand its vicinity 'for the : .
t foltow"tbTOugh'mod nod water end logs, that die Federal S : '
.clearly appears ,, Government r
'" J' Skill roots below-and J ri.rv and ..thornsnd proceeding'upon the auuuiption that a grant of I intend liberal pat remaining to urge they tierialy have,received a few days,and, as they ,City :Treasurer's account I for tt 1astquarter'of the year 1838.- S I 1-: l'

.1'1' :'. .-,* vines, aud brush abuve," for ihe great ihisimlatidmada toUiemiu Ibl4. by thesiate j I' 'solicits cuntinuation.! They are determined respectfully 1838. I 1838. 5 ", -I '..''" 4 I f.: .

: "' distance ii twenty, mHe, Until at last be I Delaware, wus a vilid one, lid takih; poMeisinnpf. -,r to ell at the lowest New Yurk MoletoU If 1.\2l.t NOT.-Paid to E. Srmicnx for al: 20th Nov. Received of Tbos. Douglas I J 'I :f j

." :;; ;#{reached the lenth.utediepof," i and appropriated Island to ,public U:fence. ;i J'ctait Priut. Their assortment coiisists inputI I I 'I 1000irrj lAte Treasurer as balance of City funds, J22 00 : i J
- : S beft all the while the title ws in cert. iu iuh"b- :I I r 28t DASIIL 1 st Dec. For a license granted for tbe i
of' -Paid S. GARDNER .
:: 'i"; 'Ye.hhero.wilb'.U! lit rhiubow strettns. '! urer6uo Broad Cloths, f different colours. to 1
i ants ;jii New Jersey, within Um limit of which Dry CiuoJi and arlicles.JewellryCutlery i legal.representative Dickeron; I* atrical pot poses. _oo.. : '.1 ,
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Cle r"a." Hitbin.tbiu .jiarow| flight; S
.. t lute and not of Delaware it claimed to lie. Perfumeiy various/other artic.es'too poona: house declared to be a. nnt tee, Respectiully submitted by 4S
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Fuin1asts.tbd !2reanis. &c7\ :;
., ;'* e.Jtt-.or 'uT '. Tbi* state of the! case was sustained by the e vi numerous to mention. inca was sold by order of the CUy P:B. Dtnu., S r ly \

:, :. ;,' Flouts bo the wave in g Ueu Hgbt j i i leoce iand the-judgment the Circuit court.; .' .&:, S01UltRS L. & CO.I!: Council, and'the proceeds deposited ) Citr Treasurer. S -. :

.t. ... And 1 levely ihe.tbadow.ie 1"\ and the Attorney General of the.United States S cf S .1' City Hotel. the Treasury, lbJfct.td the order of!!ie I Fiomtif M'u.-Ordered. that the accounts .. l". ,' ,( .,'. : 1 1
V'- . fruit i for thee examining into tho fact, declined 10'carry the of and Treasurer be pbbl lMd. : '.' i
Of groves who nift .o { St. August/median. 1C. 1838. . 33 It proper person, \ 3875 the late present . I I j
. It hat already beea.said' (not. by! the envjroc c u>.up to tbe Supreme' COC1rL. 1st Dec,-Paid to Jt ti C.po. for balance j .and the Cleik ''lbeCo'1aeil'.pecif' front tU>e . /. ;' .f ;-
I The- Marshal "of the District of,New J.rseYj a. Public,Wotlce.fVlp : tbe items for wbtchth*: w a* I : J
detractions, ,i>r ryuicwl' cither.) wilt- |ji ,. t- of'expenses i incurred i in suppott-! vouchers, money :) / 1" ? .
I Gen. Darcjr, of Newark, finding some officer* ALL whom iCmay concern, I give pubJL destitute .1000I ( ''paid. v -S. : Vc j., : '. .i Ti! i,
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United State the island .5 fie aDd do caution all ?" .C- I'.t
i a id artuflcer.pf the on ; ".aid. persons interested I I\ Test, P. B. Dems, -r . : t S
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., too., tnuclt t cud euloglted iiimself too ': used them to sign leases, as tenant 'at will,'oftbo not purchase from.F. L. Dancr 'ahd f \ 1 68'15 i C1erkoftbeCoueiL r ;: h ."'I'.' :

la .; .i freely, .wbicli ,would, have:coirie! wljh: ''a-bet. owners': ', MM.Janet: Graham *.lor any part of thelFER- Balance in'favdr.'orihe Citr. sa 3-1 4 ,' .'lip'' '' : .i.- ,1 :.j

.' 'ttr grace'from Urrs. Dut""ti".ndauJ (ft.n HIbe S The- Newark piper, live.lhisncconnt, of theo Rx TRACT' or heights of Si. Seb.stiau; and sul>|ect t6anappropriationxof; $20 forVtationery. [ '. S : 'f. ;; !I !.; .1 ,f I i

: rememberedjii is swig. in ug, ".At 'no iiin o f the origin of the i island : all or:>ny part of Six.:Thousand' Acres called' S \ "i! .: &.. : I L .1 [ I f., '.

4 rain dreams bfguile! ,** and it bat also- been, .1 The, history of ibis island ni' the river Dela. BUENA VISTA': on the St. Jobns:'ind any & S S --S : I S

*aid that the' task or iuurprizecould not ,w are'Or:( >posne (6 Salem'county in this Stare is all otbet lands in Territory i and any arid au' stAuiisttndFan'cy & Dry and. machine: .: I ;I : .I ,

w ,' be'performed it effected, ,executed. n n without lulerett.. It appear** by the tetitnb-, Lots'In ibe.City:of St.Aueu,tine; which said S Iron- Foundry '" 5- S . .''. . ",
yet n produced that it baa arietr>'wiihio tbe memorygeneration. ., Lots'and Lands (except,tb,"Ui-iguts of.St. ;Sebastiaii : ; GOODSTOlE.\ t. I SHOP.. Y 5 J"'. I \
done !! 'an.we whhhulJtotruealOr&nJ ,A few* reed ,accidert milE SUBSCRIBER his just returned FBI lIE ndereigned has the pleasure to f'orm. a
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proorznee4.vtpruisst I No. JL from'New: York with a large ardekgint JL his friends and the that lie has now .
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( ,' .. a id grass were. first dieover d.at low about i ; more Fully described in the mort'< S ,
alibe"lalHi gcoerouipublic ,will award to si ty years,a:o grwwiiig; aV ihe tradiuoii JUus. gae.ou r>cord| given to me as Trustee of!my YUpplv;of fashionable GOODS eoinp i isinfc eveJ. in successful operation hi. NEW .'URNACE 5. : -'


. hi!, onward .march to fame and'glory e nsoie oftha-Wand. .It continued' increase I,Dauc'y' ant Sirs Graham,:and which they refuse. ., Hats and Ladies Bcncits-tother'ith' 1 and is prepared to receive 'order'* forCASTINGS 1\// ,
r the an assortment of perfumery, h"rdwarq) and cm- I of all descriptions. which he pro., f
, 'I .. : aid t&:make ground, so thatjri course;lof. 1 10 pay. 1 F. J.A VICE, Trustee.St. .'
'Sofloftheatisner'ifatev' . fe\v jears.it threw) the ship channel betweenihewestern t : August'be,Jan S ; 12, l8t)., :-{-' lery? All of-which are for sale on mccommodax mises .1O.execute1] with neatness and despatch, ? "f -' . : t
R1, .., 'side of the-i'land and the shore of the I r I ,.linr lerniZIIPAII] 1IUTHER. \1 ind a t'pric'..th.at will not exceed in expense 1 r' . J'S t ,
t .:' SUeoce be mids't us injby place, S *te of Delaware Tbe better opinion is: thai i Cheap ,Goods for Cash only. SiIks.rhute. ,bl. f\and Col.ed-Iare'assortment. I SOT that may be imported. \ I i. .

tr, Yet {0 not.;where the mighty.lead it was originally apart of the low end of Finn' '1'111 SuUcrilKjr in pmteful the'citizen* vf Satins, do do. ""'l | do., do. nil MACHINE SHOP will be 'in operation 1 ,.. S

f", The;>lrengtb of battle and debase.!' . ppint $r.which fastened on to the Jersey IftFe. i!. .Territory; of Flnridii. aiid particularly Florenc Silk,do. ."] f do., do., ; "iboot the middle of November, and will! then be . ,. S ? ... J' ;
.ecuile !fr of the of & Jacksonville Man- Black! and fi-'rd..Velvet Garniture fur STATIONARY 'S.. ,< ? 1 V : . -.J
,T, Let ..vain drearrs br heart This Pea-Patch wbicb; might occe have j>een city 'tAugnsiue, silk Serge; plain :prepared to receive order : : '.. : : +

: i iII.'t' : tbou notthefointaib I Isle!" p rcbased fir.i trifle,eomparitiVel,is now,held. darir.. and Black C'reekfor the liberal patronage ;. I i 1) ,J I I ind LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES., ," '. _. . ', k4- :. 1. j . j
be ba*.rereivedjofi; them'-and oliciujUteniion to Satin and ganieltibb.nsSarcenel.TutTeta', and :' ;
TW1GG3.. a $1K,000) by the owner*. Ar. Y. Aaaert41rimt2ns1i ALSO T. .! ; ,
I. )1., '. : 1 due aidfertisemvnt nod a ,hare 0('pub'ic.patron. S gaazeCap'Ribbons; CrapeLissej > All kindof MILL and MACHINERY werk. . ,.0.. f':'. t4:,: .S. ". i
"1' .' .'. - fint. age'for the present* year. Findiag the city overrun WbLandblk. Crape j| Cr.pe;(balli!\ R ob.. All order from the country will be regnlarryillended S ;' ,I-' '>. ,,\ .. ,.
; :" By last evening** mail,'we learn from our.cor' t. ." About!.ope u'cocliou, with transient traders; he is'co rapt lied'to doa Challeyettes; furnitare'Fringe.figured' \ j to. -S '. ;, 1 I

;: ,. .jreepeA ent at St. Joseph that the business of a ondsy ..:bt.. two* gentlenien- were ca,h business only; to'enable him to cope, with DeLaine green Ganz|; blick and figured Vest A.rPly.t the Establishment, corner of Col-m- :./'.. i'S .

:. ''". the ConrenUon moves.on tardily, the three cl t i l tidy on arm, returning} fromj &, oiheis, and be |Jedjte hitnself keep;on baud IDa,. :I '" I i' .1 bns and Nassau streets, Ilampstead. oral Mr. . 1 1r. ., .. I

I i .*'. first,Articles of the Constitution, : The Article to me where uptown ; and'when u. tbefcmcr superior u.-flnwjttofall. kind. o( Goods in Black, blue Bl.ck.ani Silk Velvets. "Win. Patton's counting house, :Frtzsimona1 .f." S '.. ?, ..

: .)", on tlM Preamble. Decltraiion, and Bill of ; .01. Bo'rr sad Grand itreetrorj6| of bl.lane of buiqe j and will nell them as low, if ,Cotton Velvets-: blk.eold.and fiznredjMennog, ,ivh.irf, where order and note may be left,,which S : I .

I :, 'but| and the'Article on the Executive and l ladies suggestrd, that' 'jibe senile: ,nen not less than'any others in this city, whole.-ale! ;'or ..PJ.an6'Dred: Uohbinets(JCoc, .1 .swiss.. 1 be attended lo daily. *' ... .. ;. j' SS SS i :
o Legislafve''Departments' have been engroMed the retail. Any jfpds taken from hi. store to look crossbarred and Moll Muslins. I THOMAS DOTTERER.. 0" .;.

.. for a wid Qdi"(. 11 Article m the Judicial.I I should' try their skill' in snow ballin-i. Theccntlemen'fissentedto at. and lot returned in :twenty four 'hors, will White and black'dotted Fulle for VeiUJ! Charleston S. C..Oct.26- 23-.-4w. ,L. < :Ii'"iU
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"I; Department we taken n p'pa Ute 25th,and pas [ the propoal. and seP be considered sold, and an advance' charged Jon Figured Diaper v;Thread Lace r 'rl: S ,. ). : . "I

.1\r e. PAtticuUrnext week. | :tedjfor ft target uueoraberity! Street I l4mp them 25 per centf"Any person ;-wisbiqg.cre'dit Inserting and LdginjiCambric; Edging andS .: JYaval Stores. S ..') : ." 1. ,
: Watckman Dee. 29. issei. :' 'r shots .urcessful.-Mhe must for their and bc.llin.t ,Blond Lace '_" -, I '
TaUakatSM gl 1 ; : 'e were etpert to'pay more goods Inserting ; ,' BARRELS .TAR, ; ." r 1: j' ; \ ;'
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; i fisresecu ( by : the cub. His assortment Edttnjpi" Brussels lace and Edging.,. S . .V' ,". .
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. ; fo WjttBiKoroir. have been placed by bit Relative 't dr 'an'd oC The demolition of the I lamp consisu in; pan or Dry Good, Fancy a'rtipies Bobbifiet Footing and Quilling, L 1 2 bale Oakum.. ; '"r ,,:'Hi :'_: !

: .c'tE inn Marble Sarcophtgot1similar'in t. gl I usaitracterflhe atl'Ution of watchrnen Nobl ; Ladie Bopnet! *. HaL, Cap. Shoe?. Boots Black silk Fringe for ManiiUon; worsted Lace. 2,packncf Sail Needles,; : : < i : . II
Hardware. Catleri Carpenters Tool, &.and Calicos BisbopsLawn; 3Iailins.formoUmiug.French S ; .
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: mention, ving'received from N'v York, Phil- Ostrich Feathers and Marabouts.SVLite I do ; T-S' ": :! I
itofwHto native marble, th watehbouse, leaving, the ladies'to wade colored silk and Gloves, Whiting" S ..: :: : L.
'. r Tbe.Sarcop. J i. adelphia, Cbarl ston. ,and several .other I places ,black and picnic For sale.by _' : i'" 1- 4i '
r, '\ ;:. and executed ',y Strethers ia, his beatS far me'through'the snow *i best they muht.Tio an extensive assortment. and will. cbniiuue\ Kid. boskin buckskin'!'and merino Glavcs, : ': B. E. CARR a. eu. ",. '::": : : :'r tCoffee '; S. ,. 1-

'L:. Jtyfc. Cp o'the. Jadl. inscribed -* t"aiD. "e detained till.'tnnro 'I:. %tjben' receive! by narif every arrival' |toodof various S Stock, Collars Suspenderssilk.merinnlambswool :" ":. -.t,.: : Pit,. :.;, [ .'

'.':/{ -. ( MARTHA, .". :., th 'y eaecat'h'' fined $20 auJ co*is.> and. deseiptlon.whicbhalt' be.oIdif at olL lie ,. anJgaosey.iUnder SLirts and 1'Draw ,. Rita.3'ee.., ."1-''i\.;'." ": ; I
does Dot wih I6 Lot bt\'e .
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. . It I It proposed early inth. Spti i.r to erect :! Capiaiii' Eli-Davis, of the icltnonr Henry and credi oo" JOHN J. 1IEDRICK.,8t . .; .Silk:wonted. Iamb wool marine. mohair. easb-. 10,1S '0 Lagoayra. do. : S.," .,; ... '. .5- J..j: :'!: .1. 4 .

..:. .. tw.crypt* or rells. on each tide of she en- C merduu.tf.Philadelphia, who wassw f.rtunata Augurttne}Jan' 1. 1839.NOTICE.. I mur and cotton Ho I1>ry, | S I do Pepper. .,1.1.-. '-;; ".v'I. I ,-I. ,t ',
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r .' '. ;/ trance to the Family vault, tu 'rereive the ann 'rescue thirty persons wrecked S .Soparior Leghorn, Vicr ria Florence plat,Ta.eanEiiitlsh .- 2 do Pimento. I i f .:.;' ..."'. :, .. .I: .. 4 r i t." :
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I Irofl r.yi4rra tIa. k .i '1' :', it l-.eIT !' 1 1-.: ./: r BY/THE*V. PRESIDENT OFT11E V. ITEP ',1I1GUTS OFU .. .', S""t "' ::. .- ROLES er t.

TH-4 ' ',' ,. ",_ : 'STATES.jT5 ; 'r. ..WA.. 1' ,
: ; r tit.. . :: '. '. UST RECEIVED per tcnr.Princeaf. 5 b '. "T-.UQ: UST1XJ4S .. f <
fMl HE.n4mirnd has oW pleasure to iafbrni '4 4J ,if, Ao,celebrated-Hotts* of Johnson:&."Co4Ne I FUttSlFATCCEJDF LAW. '1; 31$Po71S' S S A1"AWD' ft :.' S ; # CIRCUL4TISG Ll,8.4.J1' .

.. JLMBM( ..ad the paUic, that be bas BOWjavaoWaTbpcratiortBJs wYQb.: the m fft complete and perfect assortment -i/JL/; .. fBUBEff..1rt.fiLkU.S14tAz.f4a.vira.doborebjdclueaud : r. AUjietseij 1 keeai.t :. .
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make known S VILLAGE5OE U brsflfw i ahc* 1niI. tI.4 J.. ,
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. eottstrncted on,ibe Ltfeft ju d ssost. isaprored prior I f tf. .riaiisriiycoa.istiBrovf.: that a public sale.wiC be held at St.Ao nstinen 'ST.' SEBA3TIAW.PON "fwd' ': /. 1 !".ji : '
! .,dpte.fatMl Is - '. the Territory of Florida o. Monday the 5tb :2. Ail Stranger BKofJcsve.
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I j prepared t ,order,for COLUGNEVATEE.. a tract oreOne.Tboiuaal Acre, wes ; -'ai-t
I r day;cf Noveettber next for the disposal of the value of tbe of books'retaroedv '
CA5TW.Gd of T0V .set .
: : crfp&iM. which helpro.miss -, 'LAVENDER Uo : of and bounded by the Sebastian's, tb : -. .*
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: to ..secote.iJa el.iu4 FLORIDA <* 1iVllOXElf public : : .
r despatch Do. '.. JPropicIors have laid out aber er5Louezi - S 5 1 : 'a
. and a t prices:; I""iI'"etnce' in .expense ,. ; :Do.. .,.l.] : ed township aad fractionil "*.in t' is..Eaitfli1andDi.drictqwft:5' fending from the High Laidaornultr, dowa. .to : t 'Ni5be Th '1 will N' s5.wsi .: : .

I :;V : 1 i.ibtuiaybeitie4. T 'of' Also the fonowiog{elect entries for die band .1 the River-w Thesitu1J0n.i31see11EJifed' for.m j rC'*ha O Id fk0c1be.aai .. .
'r; : .: His aiAClll.XESMOP ion ki.ebier.IOire I : Rank efUU Ddt: Liz all List of tit 3ft riiua.Fraction out extra paj S ".
q; |N'UOpir &ew novr so math repoie Town orATIlage,.and possesses.many' strikes .' S "i'
..",1 7' ,Wattbe foiddte (4':;,?.!ierand .ia then be Improved ahidee for the Cotnplexips; C i I towcsoJp* l..S, acdSfEaktof t.Mary's advantages. "'I1o SL.Sebaszianiike most owe ; JpcJ' mWaI ,

,. i :Jpwwl ta rrcctve. o'cler":,r. STATIOXAKlfI I. Ji tin'ni eed embelCsfamentf lor the IJ..ir, River ofranga twenty three! j 1.\ S Rivers in the vlcinitv,is but an arm ofthe Sand **-=- we k will *e charged ; . '.. !' '. .
; :. : ..Townships lr 2,3,and 4,and fractional town- !::.&: Any bocks.taken'(,oaa' S
b ; ; I LOCOMOTIVE rGISJ .; y-x Fancy Soaps.Tooth Powders \ afforos the most excellent .6sh..oysters and lifctry-; ?. .i.

I :: ., 1 ' f f'! f ALu.J .: I ... >* HrrZ I'owderioda J'o.l ts .- shipS.ifrangatwecty foar. , 1 dams mprospectto the Nnrtli East and East .torn.damaged in any way nor*'ftasi fti'eZ.na '-:
I. i. ,."'<' hlllit rULL.t ,: R r Townships I,3'aiid3.ofraag twentj fin".T81nIIhip'J. wear, the damage toast be *'. ....
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.'. . i lACUL Y.o xordtrop1 .Tnrkey SpoBjc *, and South M J.tfn."i.e anJ kturelCloe,and from <: .
..'.l ; AU Ptd1ri',fron the't s t"tft'.wiJa be .tegnlirly. -"oiJette"BOaJea'catlJa. ., i ; -. of rauge IweDt1.e. elf uo poit55dUiith4 City vt Augustine 1 S 6, ,It will b expected tftat as s a"da] ", S
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:x : i lit tt"- D9do", ;China, to such* advantage 'w from this newly selecteddIet rejarscoU '." :

; I '. .i4 "f ,. ::4pp1v *t the Crtabt hbe<4,.cornet of,CoJamb 1 LteSer s Kail Brashes,Cloth Brashes,S 'wenty seven. 2.. cd. 3? S fointhc Heights,:tlia. City..'Harbor, and]S .S 5 .. . TERMS. S ::: 1I'

,' . :\"h." I wad Najuau:'vireeui, ,,.f laWp tead.'cr>t 'Mr' IvoryTooth Comb, Rran, press eg Cases, ? Fractional Township' 0. range i Oceaa mar .be had in view: "f" ".'For e..ch- volume"per week' 'S J2Cnti. ./SC 5S S,

Ir L '". :. . .' Wekt' fattotfr,' emntlag' ,boa., Fttzmon Lather.Boxes* and.sundries, i; *' ' twenty' Fractional eight.: -. S 1 3' and S 3,0, tDtwentY TbstIeIth0f-t 'Augustine has been long i : Subscription: &>rl u.oa 'ICA= -.'" i.' ;.:: ".
-I township -
.. : S. Do.
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( ;: :'- rtl'LWIae.ID3" be left id C may. ', great variety !.. ', . known and appreciated, i'St. Sebastian:.cannot 5 ,,,
4 r DO.6's. :, '
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: 7 ; T : wIZ tic *u4101e4 1 day; Fafmmaiufml Torj' .drtitlu.hicb &seliaa4EI Jfr ... .I beksisaiulrwussincettisremovedChjnotwoceban from the 6,5O.4 ; .,- .5
.-,.\'!' ? 1 .- I i', ThOM %8 DOTTERER.K . are'offered for safe oa the xnbit bnaUetermsr" ; d-JiM .fLLm half a mile. The Sea breezes S S Do. 12d& 12.00., ,. "-. 4 ''. :'

i j:: .* ;. .. ,' r : ;: /; iII I ''C..Od: ;- 23-4w.: by S / S : Z.. HUTHER.- '. :.TohJp5,0tflegeSghttn.TQwnihip 5,and 6, cf range nineteen ' and the absence of]pernicious"air,'makethis the S J.S ,'2. TbeA CATALt.GV't' S r BOOU..J: t. .-
: : DeelS133. .30-tr "
r .
i .5 Townships 1.2,3. &, and 6, of range t w t't1. finest climate ia the Uiated Sl tea.' 'There maybe i. '3. .r.i. ; :" -

; I;4 ':' ;\.) 'f?M. : .CItyU'oler. .'_, 4 MaW Of ,r.r-r.tafr' .r.u. Township*I.S.3. and 6.of ranj-e twe rapid changes I'I 4rctha, and rooietlmes 4A JIanyU'flIu4sa.Y&de?. ; h' 'A<..7'e."-, j
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: . '. .. : !THE ilnd rI Bec. dtuDi S 4,5ew1iexripIf4zm$, ; _, !. . Fractional township 1,- thwnabips2.3,4 5, and rude winds, bat.generally the air is bland. an4wholesome D.. 1'ie Lepq, '. S

I rl I. : informs hi* friends'aad the p.bbC BY GANTT & MORTIMER-: 6,of rang* twenty two ,and seldom do the Inhabitant. pass a ,,11011" S. _. : r. I :,' .

.' il I ;' I .generally,that be bas leased [She O.'N'TIIUK DAl"; 17th January next;wfll I ';3Townhip 1.,2,.3, 4, 5.and 6,of range. .wentyJlweoty darwiihoat seeing tile Hun. S G.outLitndWtieti.git.r 7. & . 1"1J' : 5

'\ .' . . abo'Ie..PD1 estabttsSuBeat,whicbn 10 o'clock, <:tha'Citidel ,in, thn.__ S The Orange.Groves,' which used, to' be:the 9.MsMr/ft MllilJ'd. S_ _.",,; . ;
CE1o.S0DthC&r.p2, r' 1: pride and charm of-St.' Augustine, are recovering D.wa.g, '" \r!
lr. wj : fotaxe be kept by bimin snanDer, be TownshJpsI,2,3,4,5raad '.f" :
JO. .
*r.-" \.:. tnuifarof 11 that *iD give satisfaction to all wb may 1896,. Mokets, of which' 1500 are DeW.imported foar.fire. S from tbe'iiveie bEgtt of 1835.. We shall afMn Tale*of Ksmaaee, :.. J.. t ;

'i!, t 0 bint with,Jbeir patronage, and to'n tt Eogib; S : Township 1.2.3,4, 5, and 6,of range 5 rcnlynin :and soon, have'oranges; and tM beauty'.1 H,125Th1attPttOL5 13. Namical > S : S r"C 'j ti: : '

fl tbe OOM to retain the Iib'reputction itba 500 Carbide*,33: Fal&t,352*Rifles,, .. .5 tbe landscape cannot fail to be improved, when Reariswce, ' S :' ;{"f i.,"

I: il I .o14nauEained. 'c. )..JOVAN.A ',75'.IIa' *-.patent"Jliflei.'and Accontremcnts : Fra'ctioml township S 1, of range tw"tai, -. !.1 the Groves are spread,as they,will be, from' the 15.H IGr'TN> Ti Ie* of tie ,. : i ,. r

'0'" oeh Wtpers Spring 'Vises, ,Blonlds, conlinuaticn.commiencinzyone. ancient both sides ofthe fit Sebas&a Wept. ( t bTeaWtfb. .. ; ., '
,,; >cga tiae,Jan. 1,1839. __. At the sam place in city along 17 IS.. "
IL D .
faxloa
,:, i-.r. I i i..a .u.a UCIUI ." S. on Hn&ry tie mnuttemtb dry,ft'"nUtT sal,for |I to the Heights cf. tl Anz!tiDe. Tbe titnatlon < :Suatrj :f .tjy S
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1" fit f IN11CCOUKVCOUT&JSCI. i 331 PisteU,5 rs words,53 Sabres. the disposal! the public lands within tbej Emit I I I the'new town aflvrds great encouragement I,2'.Diicip1ine,2vok. S ' 4 ,..".
: I 34'poand iron Cannon J fuurp.und do. .'thof'e the 21.2i L ,oBadgti and eUet,. ye1.' '. '
; i 'f /.tUf'mitUffflU Estate ? I Notice of ; : oflhe nndermebtioned townships aDdJ'* to who shall becc me proprietors, for. < .1' .
". :!, 1CS' Knapsacks 1578 Canteens, Dram and cultivation ofthe Chinese. MnlLerrr 234 SceuU ID Olft. F... ": T .
:- ji: : & M1.Un..4ec. 5 dddJure. tonibipctowit : I Orange,ihe .. .,f. . ;
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,3 4 '> R.MNDREWSJxnuryv tf ore. Sack, . S S.iLb_ .ad tAereritu. and and ether ( uft'. FaJltoner, 45'C ' :
;. : 9; U1IN .ue ,tb> SP4 JhCMU li east J tropical . 1'r' i
J 23. Tria'.I'"Ti. t
. Esectttorsof the Estate of Rafael I Sacbcnir.51'Au.: 113' Iron' Pus, /I' .TJaat part of Township 11, east of So ivanne To sad to the n1ae of this property. there _-, : ; 'I': f'' ', ., "

:- .Andrew.dee4haviag adjusted tba accounts with 10 Skillets, ... river range fourteen. 'J are never filling 5 ns:* cfFrttk Water, bIe*- 26..27, .Kings* OWB,2 vot*.' 555 '.1} ; ,. t

.'. .. l .'. ; ':, r i.:r the b rir* and aistgos of said estate, hereby give S :Bras Build Moulds large,734 small six*,; Towosnip 10, J I, and 12.bf range Cf een. perior quality, andfieeeutnlvfrom the taa1e'o 2?.29. Dominie's, Legacy" 2 S.. i. , ; ::

f :' : I. .Jt oJ,i*.tic'J: that immediately.afer the expiration: 473 Cartridge Boxes,, -. f: Township '10, 11,and 12,of range six een, Lime or any mioerai!Savor. rJ' *-20. Belinda '. !: . of .t'.

': ... . ,. .- rix.saiiUu'fri. thodato hereof, be will apply 223 Bayonet Be**;251 Cartonch Box. Bdt.t' j : Township 10, 11, 12; and 13, of range eventeen. -SS Witha: high and dry, ana' ommaufluJ9ca 318cbth2.z.33.jnrL'ity. *. .'f.'r_.
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:' : I .J: to the IIo tbe Jodge of t!>e Couit of St.)JohnsCotinty ,.: 80 B-iyonet Scabbard*. / two, with a lovely! ,peet.with U much saubntr ., ... S '. -_' .If': ,. .

... ,; '. ;' Y ; for a Q.and. 'final seukmrnt of bis' 990 I'icker.aod Brushes :,. .Township 7. and fractional S township 11, as a moun'ain;; region rouM afbrd.there .,<+:*. J'ivawLif.,2v.f.., ? ,j' + ;\
S
f-. ..j t'f'/l'.'t'd . .Y aecoatat 'ib,hid Laiatend:. fur.his discharge A largaiqaantjiy or Iron and Gun Carriages. I.12, (west of Arredontlo''ehJurJand lot-n& ip being no reason to (e uan and fevers, or the .'* Frankby Jdana dgtwovll,4 : 5 T ,
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1.Jl L b-\\, . T .asMifjh Eseeator.St. -. i The above, sale will be positiTa' The articlesvtlo'able. 13; ofneiShJ eD. , I country fever.w Llch'mty te fo4la Itufnondpontvmi. 37. Life cf .aekhIawk.: ; : *. &&

., ''-. -"';> I Aago .', ' ._.H. .
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: i. Merchants v'ond! A6 weu aitend. 40 J American .v ospter -' ., '
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:: Jot" 9.[north Arredondo'4 claim] (raet\GnaI1to.a- the production of tta orange mnllerry. olive, S ':' .
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,. K i I: .. .: '-.. .Marshal's S u1e.z .. Charleston S Dec 6. 30-3w. ship! 12, L.y tbvof Arre foado.* claim} aodjtown. and almost! *n kinds' f.fruits. herbs and Sower, 41. Bon jay Poenu i., S . : ' 1ft:1} :..:;; .

I ':> A1.' uv rirtoe of tvro wri:. of fieri facias iu&ed hip 13o f range t weniyj c I S with'an immediate proxinsiiy to the tlarlcr ofSt ; 42. BuonflancbiuIei. ._ . S. S :;

.. 1.t" '. "J,1: : .. | 'ur aJM Superior Court for tbe District s: ,. Amgutimt, E. F.. Die. 101838. : Tow ships],'arid 8j| fnctional wwn4ip! .9, Augustine; the Ifurtteit put of the projected 43. .Law* of F.Ii.! . ,. ;

,. if :.,::rl1" f4Fknjda.iadtom 1 directe .
.L eabseway
construct and
4: :; 1. f'. ed.t expose at!pubtio sal* io tbe cit/.of St.ie the SL Sebastian:River will be'received Ship 9, ([north of Arre ondo'a claim,] fractional I ed from the,Sea,U iD,; .%'bh a itKMin'in' front, 43.. !Anbose and draaon r..' ; 'J 546.r

; ? ':Y'-. Aa,_ (in ff oat of the Court tloaie) on tber i over by tb.'uner.gnedat I this place, until tbe Oib township 12, (south of iArredoqdo'* dalm ]aid I abounding the Cnek sLirll and other fish;m,i b 47. L inbbeai1ar."' 5..7 "55 5 r-v-J ; ._ N. J'

\ :f ; . 9da of Febnufrjr best between the boar of township 13,or,rane'& entl'one.'TowDihip. pble for icibieu55ind offering ftciltties for Scnc4fCAIneIienWeakb.," ..
.. : ; 1Oo'cck4tA.La3J2OcIockottha1dav.aUi; January 1839. 71 and 8ijsfld llat part o' town* tLirgiirihe Salt Witer-the' proprietors persuade ; 49. Bnrton's Comic Soorrter,. I, >- '* \ t '

'i: fi'i: I ." &be'huiere.&.ofFruDdo ,lfai Arredendo, Se0 ., i' The' Bridge not. to exceed three bnndred feetin t. ships 9, 10, 1 1,and 13.lying east of Arred ado's themselves! thaijibeirenterprise deserve'* 49.CO The DM aad New World 9 reJa. ''! 'tJII ,

\ d! 'd,' in a idtnain bou 0.andI sttaated in nideiij. ,: length, and twenty five feet id wtdth/'with claim and township 12?of range'uventy tiOTownships : to succeed,and trujt ir', mee.t.witbbe auen-: SI.: :;2.'Tk PoTi. CbiefV2 *.'" . .1 I S . fl
vJHjt doable walks and S
carriage"wsyskJ; a railing 'r.J.iL' -
I :: .i;: aid Su George's street.'boanded.on they oneach'side 7, 8,9. 1 0 JJ12r anil 13, of Jrane lion it me ... '1. I of Konuoce.M ';{', r. ..: jo
four feet high to be constructed S < 5
t. bjWd tbe Sooth lot upon three. Donatkin will be cheerfully bSered R RiM1*, 5- ;" "
'J put ? r.reet.on bj belonjiog twenty \ t to : ragi., ,. 'S : '
: charred of oak sheathed,with ", .
\V 1 ;1'J \", .' :.4' toULpoefldie North bf lot of Madame r'p'with piles four rows or of pine piles inftbe length cop theplesineaclrow.tobetenfeet'apatt. Townibipa 7,g,9. 10 1 1, 12 and I 3Vrargc Dot Societies' ait 1 Cbii/die, and to a Seminary r 5o J 6_..Tbe Cabinet.f.I..r". : ,.:,. :, _. ... ..53.
o.L""T"
,".' ;, "i-, ,\ : J>eraot aodontbewestbr flrdgeCreek-T" twenty four. 4 S S \ of Learnip*. j W'.1, 1 j- (" ". S

:" ';:' , .ken MI w ptopenj of Fernando Mazajlrredonr The the dmen,- . Towwbips, 8,9, iOil 11, 12,and 13, ofng !. Application fn"the paicl.te of Lot. mar be 57. && Kkb!ir.,2; vol*. S 1. ,.i.< '''..;".

". 7, .! : do, Sen "deed to ntufr two jodgraeau and eorta > ; proposals mast state distinctly I. twenty five.! : 1 1S -* made to ;F. L. Due, oat the Store of P. B. : OHNS.2we..: 5 5. ,;'; .

:.,.,;, ...t. ;.' ... ;' .. '\; .' of snh 11 (.nor of Asbael Howe sarmiug partner s strnctioo on, and and kind tbe of timber lime be nsed to construct in the coo thebridEe. : The sale will oach be kept open for two week l Dc,i_: inl the City.ol t. Angcsti.ieit here a 1L9.fA'TLe'1Joder.CJ *., A(- S r'J : ' <: .
required .
*#. t1*.. _.I"'. &C re. Cbarlea Kotioa, Executor,Ac.PP (unless the. lands'are sooner disposed of)and ro" xpUnof t'"i1ta e ia 1ft far l pect&n.' .r S <. \iW, *

. :r" .pt- 1 L. DANCY. Def MtrsbsL'St. longer ; and no!j private entries of land i ib the N- B.'A number of these' Lots. will soon be .. ." S

: l': "" : .; A'ggmUoe' ,'10th Jan. 1633. The Causeway ,not to exceed t.o.the. .r.ad townships so offered, will be admitud unli afier olrerefor4ale aaclk n. .GG.67. Sense &Sez.bitiiy.2s.t."., }: ,
feet in length and the roadway to be twenty fined O*.w.. Tr vl in Boibara.3 vel ..,,1"
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i,; : the expiration of the two weeks. There n ill be 1, '1.. ::" .. ..' :._,, }., .
A ( coons '
For Sale width ,with surface "foot .
|in a one .
:i ..i'S ,il5i .1. excluded from the sales herein proclaimed lands 707I.RefugeemAn2ib5 ; : .
-' ', / ',' ',LQTJOdeOCI7ofSL.AUgOthneltUted above the bits water mark,sustained by a react- VALUABLE Pft'OPERTJT. 72. CoL Crockett's J-''
; b, A appropriated for" theme of schools.military or Toar. Wtt ':' ,.
; on tbe South west corner of George and ment wall ofstone, two feet wide at top, Vtith otherpurtoeei. also-lands covered by piivate 11 E Prwprittor aving business of importance 73"-'&'0 we ', Voyage*,..2 vobuf. ,./. I. " ..j ' "

; .: "\ : "; .Cradlo; itreeu, oppmita' Mr | Cenet's Fibre, an exterior slope,or (1-6) one' (top of confirmed; claims; surveyed or uniinrveyea and I T which req$tires tt'n personal superintendence 75.7l>.V.IeJlW'.2 r.(*. S : '.., .. :.:1/-1)s

; ...c ',. : '( fronting aboit nxtjr three feet on George street, tbe wall to be one foot above the road way-outlets -S land to'which prjvate claim are alkdged, hicb in another f art bf the country, o&rs 'Gentleman:' ,in Black,, : "; ,: <,I.r, :
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ir: '.: ,aDd one bondred d .rztyon Cradle atreejUAWo : for tbe"water from..tba surface road.way .to hove Dot yet been confirmed by law; tol drhe l' for sale pa liberal t: ras, the fulfonirg 4uirdla 78.Indian War*. ' : ; .f<

w ,' ) (Whauor Lau4, ** iedontbe west:: .dnUed, lbvwcb nU-8t| inlenral ofifci- *tf. "with":: all -quarter sect ionsj and fractional sec lion, and nlxat/te pope it) on the'Sr.;Johns ILIvii r..J 79.. Tho l\'aa. S. I '. S ,\.I

.".. : baok i4\ the river Matanza, about ..:x{ miles feet S which may be cut thereby.and therefore ma Je to and in thej City of Ja4scovi.o..375ACRISSQFL.D. 9.Travel in Sooth A mer.ca.S 0 r : :i.

. Sooth ''from the City of 8t A 1CDlJl oe. and balfa Tbe undersigned reserves to himself or for require new subdivuious when such daimsbavo tail t 81.at. .Allen Prece .tf.5J.* .. )
rail rom' the m' uib of SlouUrieV Creek. any person charged by the UnitedStates with been KJ..1-4, Ed. Delphine,3v. : S -t,S .
-.. .' ThUj tract uteri adraotageotitljrsitaated, not :the coostrncunu of tbe witk.the right to inspeciandoyerue orveyed. on Dun'sThis Lake'Crecli UiVer. St JD rsE.."S 6 87 63. : 5iN "
.11 if en onder b'tnslt the City ofViii Ek CI; DI1 vol. r.. ,
onlj for: Wanting! generally, bat will afford a pleasant the whole and *> reject at any 9 my ingDo tract of Iilnd"clnlal (rrw' 2oO to 3I 1) PMH., h1rootEnzta ;'. S :; !
.2 vcb. S 5
ton. thisfourteernhd4yointy.Annn, acres of 6t: rate LrteOk! Honuuock, &abool40 c caries -. ;
w ; land healthy residence., The soil fronting: timei; any part of the .work not cbustractedin M. 92. The Criminal S -
; mini,183. VANBy URE Calendar. ".
: on the rfer beiaf reQ' adtpted to the tnhlVatioa strict eouformity! Uh the contract. the President : Cedar Urrmock.and the tefidue in PineLands 1 !. Arabian XiL&. V ': Sflobiraon i".". .t'

I j, : ". of the' ':'onnf a and mulberry, it confidently TV The work to.be,paid for as the same shall be S hta.'uircos 5 of irellent quality'ezyb.a&y bsuberNThere >4,33 > : .
> Cinoe.2
vols. .
,, ., t : atl inspected and received. . ; , : is v aferof suiSeieut depth up toibe land t:: '
.: commen ed, to who desire f sonthern .r .P' S Cvmmisnckcr General Land ))6.97. Pe; im1Je.2 ttL'e
\ -' !, : ; epc.4 j 11 ia known as Marine' place. Apply ROBT. )f. -MeLANE.Lieut. ofl&t fJc e. j ing for nnyj vesseltbatancrus the bar cftfie Si L : -
; NOTE BY THE COMMISSION ER. Johns Kirtr. For of capital desirans of P8ilidl""PinailEM ?T u-< j .
,0"PETER" I PO.NS.fl .Topographical Enineeri.S i persons. ,f S :
-: > \ .1 .. h ANTONIO ALVAREZ. _S I It is nnderstord, lo bei i D ccnteroplatiou < o es purcha* lands on tlc St-.Johns,this presb t tj ,IOO..The1'ima1O&ThCeIC.IIIer,. S ,l'91.IL'2.
,: : _. \ Iaebaof31anTTaVes,2of,
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' -' ubli.h! .'rnrilnn nfmilitjirv n'ru'a ik.l eligible opening i iiteryevpect.! 'fleLuid f
; ... i':,: !- I Kev429.' 26w.h S S ai. Auniie, IJec.IU; 1838.j ocrrto Pa- 4 ).- .Jacob Faithful "i&3
: j EALED.PRO POSALS, endorsed Propo- I n a"7orrlil, t a*,considerable dutance to 1 1I of our ftllovr citizensho &ie settled upon the; t l:5,1gcxJuT.: f :
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., .' :. Jjp tor'. Sale' '. the south of the land above forttbeprotection bord.r..e nntry/ tcell'ss Caee itlence'orIndian tbcj .CbitdrenofihieAbtey-,3etm. 4
> tIT and proclaimed '
: Jtkn ) making orrep>iring a Jtoid" I : SIt9. CaUm the Reefer 2 v.I vf . i SII n
., '.- -.4 ., "fl1LbesoUatthel.tersJence bf constructing tbo.Bridges and Causeways thereon of the ':frontier,, which will afford. F' : popn'ation' .which may tempted by oat h1I.CousinNicbols, '; ..t !

& JfiuJlcJecd. (Doral County, Flo.) on i whh tbojexception of the bridgeaod cause ample opportunity to' purchaser,, prior to(the i want of preparation to pub:oo to their own dejslruction JIX Ivanhotf 2vofr. 1'

. ::: : the.tint Monday in January next between the .I. way over tbe St. Sebastian from St. Aogostina ales,to examine .the .lands; a largo portto of I'. aid ittack the "bite settlement* jail .113.1 4Mtmosaa1'eeres,2.1 by \. ScolV ".:> I .' .:'v

; bursoJOo'clockA.U.a''l2P.fl..onove- jo Pkolata*'will be received by the undersigned which is represented ei being very valuable.! 1 seem to reqaire thaibissubjectihould be acted vols. I .ri
'JJ5.-.lbeY J
: ad "1f !
: ;,'. .} . .. gromanngetherwithaeeilariclesobou.e.; at this place until the 9th January, 1839: NOTICE jo PRE EMPTION upon .without'delay: and.th.'Vu'. Department 'I Book.f'.,
t6,1 I7. The
,4.w. ,: and I uteben foroitnre c J AVater .2 vets: i
bold authorized :
to that g
c The road 'not to exceed eighteen .mild ', in Every person claiming the &CLAUI/\IN puce eo"nl"i.in state cf cot i- 1 18. Arabian '
2 '3' :t. J : AUo,;the PknLationzt'peTwelveSlfleiJnose and lion ofthe lands plete! defence a,"inst anytaoli) from the no Entertainments' -
length !ibirtr feet in.widtb. AU.tree- to' be toany\ . e.jgDip : il S :
1 ; 19..Sketchoflliiiwis -
i : t'' '..' on the !4 d.from .SacksoariU'le' flack Creek, cut down,IU inches below the surface. AH! parts proclamation, },.: requested to provd the same-to,0 merous and warlike tribes wtieb'are eo ,12JK ": "
't
... , ,".: .(.tbe lattsdence'or the deeea.edOo ) where the waterseales at aoy time on the surface the satisfaction of the Begi.-ter and Receiver or'Ilbe the binder, greaIJ'don !! 21.TbellookoFfleari FemaJeDaonpL.1p ,. ;

: '. tbe paine day, and at the tame1 time will!' be of the ground mast have' side ditch never propperland office and make payment there U affords me sincere jileajare to be 122. ,. S : ,

. I l' :.'oj. .' birtd.thr4e likelyptant.iofl .ne-rofs, (crone ;l le*. than four (eet.wide. I for tttrha practicable rnfur turn? Ms xo4icnorder priceyClu, of the entire removal of the ,)23. Family Bobbin's Pbttkian.Journal;. 1.t.5 r -
>: year, belo igUig to said estate. nation of Indians to their .homes west of tt l l-;c S
f. ., .. I , When ewl1inr iirequiredtbe i that.tbo c3im'JDIY adjudicated[ ; new e S
causeway 124 rreaiie
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't.. : .. ': /, 2: ROUT OttOVNExee'r.Jackie S thoso officers Mississippi. 1 he meat ores authorized by Cot > ODt\.ItoD inr. ik" ;
iltoiild be rkised about two feet above high watermark .lre ably to law; i due.time p ifOthoday ;rgtess 2 'J lfrb <. *.
:! ( :,;, ' .;,_ mUle, Nov. 3d, 1835. .. ,constructed upon a'good foundation of f.. t 'appointed (or the, commencement!'of; at its last es ion witu a view to tbe Ion 126. TbeM1seniu1lo!Tr.Uin.c 'L S

\\.1) :. \4* '1 e INI' 'or:igs/ and brush, W-y" convex surface I the public sale-and all claims not duly mad:e "landing coitroversy'wiih i them:have bad the '-j ;'>;/;

: . : 'f". ';' .'.',. ,. ,<:. .O .1Ii'SI Ol'ell. and:twenty fire feet in.widih';' ,ha5,rle nrt. known prior la the date aforesaid,'are decia red a'ppient fleets.. Uy' pn agreement concluded i27.lEgeneArainbyBuiwe. E* t & West.Vbk.VT,2 V.I.v129.13U. .

.. i ;,; . JLI>. . : .BARRELS TAR, .' f. cross draioj will be required to carry off the water by law to be 'forfeited. .. with, them by the commanding general in 1b.tcountry.twho 131.-GarryOwen., JG''I''" ". -
k4.l iU. Turpentine, JAMES S ha* perfiirmedj the duties asgiiedto1 S :{
..l .. \ (from each side of the causeway.'The .;, WHITCO3IB.Commluimer SS 132.133. :. Rinaldo S
: . ' : 'C' 2 4o, I O'III. < ::. ;: Bridges most be.twenty feet wide and S cftie General Land ojpiPUiSCIC him on.tte occasion with commendable energy' 13S. Memoirs, UinaLfli4yo&," Si. .

&; :" \,. . : 2bi JeeOakum.j' ''' .. :;': : constructed as ordinary'road bridge :. J. and humanity their removal has been principalV < 137. of GrinuUii, <% -*...*

** < :S. > .' S 2 p *, S | .' The'direction rf the road 'will be pointed'out '. S under. the conduct cf iteir own .ebler.t and Bravg. by Cooper.2.n lv}1i; "'
:. LrZ 'S b L Chalk., vs -S SAKES, 1S3. : IarJ.rtzje'grjt*> Receipts.'fV: ,
j.?" ." .:'.. , ;*. ( 1 in the contract. -" S .they haeeinira1ed without aiiy apparent reIn : '
.. .| :>.5::' ; .> s ;'*<. I d Lamp U'ack f .,, I The 'nndenigned reserras'to himxelf.. or:'for 1'.oF UNITED STATES LANDS Itf EAS- 'S are capable of being rullivated, in Sugaf Cane NavalBlinnnieat J 40.: S --I l '..

':t/ i ..r' J'd AVWUog, I I any-pet sobcharged by the United States pith' I 1 FLORIDA. ,DEFERRED FOR lCotlintQT Ccrw._ 'fhl'rc.t.eIl1 thotaan s of son 14" Cimbe'sCinithtionfMa. V Ai.; *: f

; ";, .5 141eLy :the con t action of the work,tbe right to inspect, S S /Of/ft, IfEEKS arid !>itter-s wee t Orange trees o n,the plate! ,they DomerrCookery,. I' : t\_, S .
143. .
'::5 .J'" 4.. .O. E. CARR & CO. and oven ee Ue whole! .and to reject at any time 'TfcTOTICE 13 HEREBYG1VEN.: ,That e may 'be budJed ;or en-rafted with the' suet Prefix Letters, *""yjj1 t'-. .
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5 !r __ -. any part not constructed in. ..strict conformity I.J.1J.' public sate of'lands ordered by the Pro< 'to f Lire Out :anJCWar. :can ,Le procuredio largo 144.Stephen.' Borronrh S ;. -w... '. {f

/d. ., Coffee aHd Spice. with tbe Contract'. ., mat 100 ofthe,President of tho United tae."a. qVllatiti .,,alld hipped with great:'ease. The 145. Jack Lawrence. . . -. S Itd

BT"iStk, ** ": : 0; BAGS RIO''' COFFLE : Tbo': ro dtobepaMtoi.uthesame iball.be S ted jithiuly, J833.10 be held!at the Land Office' cattle rabge is ono of the best the couitr1 afford.*,S S, 146.:The Blind Farm -. :' ,, .4 .5 -1

.. 1 . : 0 bags Jara do.do : inspected and received. at St Anguvtine. Florida, on Jooda11be fifth and tbe titles to the proreJllare unexecptionaUe. 147. Elizabeth :V . .H -,, '.5-
i 143 'I" Ir
S/s; 10 Lagnayra do.' 1-. of November is 200 AM 'of Laud in '.Vtth.tr* of Qnrredo.x ' 5'. ; .
b_ .' S. r ! S ROBT.M.McLANE ,' day next; declared be deferred es Twelve.MileSwamp1000 ;: ; ;
: I' 3 ido 'Pepper S i: 1 Lieut.Topographical l Engineers.. untiJ.'and will'.commence on 5Ionday, thetiid.yor rd Acres of Land on Six Mile Creek about S 149" Alphabet of Botany. t :";.; j S.

t ** ", i/S :, 2 do 'Pimento. i The St, Augustine News, Charleston Courier lham&eT'.next also that the'public sale, three and. a'half miles from'Jacksonville... The S 50.t.La'; ; .. : '. ---i : . I ii
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.: t./' S, . 20. b.., Nutr e't .. ". . S ordered .the ''same bf this is 151 AbelGno of Venice. S f' I
V* \ and Mere iry, Tallahassee'Watchman, and .Savannah by Proelamation be held i t. most tract n'1- earl, covered with'excejlent ; . ,.
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152.
S < if; .,' .'f JOJ' do Mace. ( .*' I C "rian-will please! insert the aboyV the same office on ,Blomlay,the 'n n 1 ath'd ranging timber;and as there is a first rate' Pcte\V.iIJuM. ,' :o'-: .5. S

.4 .' ...'' "I .!- r",f._.II-.!!"' .'."' .. ,J Id.] doves :k. until Uiodih:Janasry, .lS .9nd forward their r f November next, is deferred until and ,wpl I Mill Seat uponh1and, presents a most deiira' :i2SfflK2** c S : ". .} .' 5 S 5

: ,a'; ) ' 1. ,2bez4.gmund.uortedi. accounts lo) this office.i! I commence on' Monday. the teetnteenM day of hie opening to 'an1.pellon wishing to go extend Ctab 2 vo"4. ;(,<: "
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i ,'t ,; Fbriaje.by: lka teneztS i in tbe .156. 157. Legends or the Ubrary.2 toL.
.'fr S>nr' v sheLl: Lumber j trade: There ire abopt :ISoriiO ,
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.5 .. t ; 4 : n'. E. CARR i Co.. S JVOTICE.p1 .' .GivennnJermy hand at the :City. of WWI good countrylhouses: \ on the placeabbntSOto ,15i5O.Yesterday io Irelaad.2 tola. :

:- >.: S : Perfumery. | EORGE. L." PHILLIPS' and JAMES BI.XJT'SGOULD iagtont4ihJthd'yof October, 1838. .80 acres of hammock and;cleared'and under J60..16J. .or my.NeigbborboodyIg
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) GOO ( in : Esquires, are 'appoioted. my j'S 5 31. VAN BUREN. fence.: Also,from 300 to 350 cords of lihl wood IG2-U"u of Odd characters; S " .
Perfumery
S S. I" :' A .:ant plain assortment Bottle CoJo r..w.ter. fancy HairBrushes agenhito transact,all ooce sanr business during B/ the President rN; 5 .", : and bard wood already cut,haulei to the landing V. 163. }Vilkia'COnduct &Bafl'sCoiiapfra y. :
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: { myabiencb. 'Eo: B. GOULD. Jllft. 3LlooazN.; and ready( 5S : &, 163. RobaDfOlJ Crusoe 2 vol*. : I
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.: ,. Tooth Brushes, Tooth Powder PocketBook Dee 26, 83'd. : : : or..b'pmenALsO 166. J67..U ultt .. .... ... tar_\_ n'-L S t
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; *."Stad Pens, Blue Ink, Bhtvinjr Soap, -. b -.. :'GS,169.SWaterWiteb,2yoa.; -

Sharing': Bpxes,' Sealing SVar/: Lead Pencils, S f. ,,o-rl''OTIVE. : PUBLIC: SALES' TwoIIOUSES; and.' LOTS,i J lit64'cilT of .fteeks from 'Ibis date I 4

.,' Soda Powders, Sedlitx do., for sale bY' ., .SIX to the Hon. wOl mab'appU. ,
SLX States .1mcii .
Of United ; the.
Florid of
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,, 1. -' NOV. ". B.E.CARR&CO Judge' the County Court of St. Johns ," Eatf In additional the above valuable property,the court o(5LJohna Countyfor Judge the Conntr 55
d LcIIanorAd..
County lot Letter..Administratioit"on the S defcrndfor further pirioo
'. J I JVotlee.: u"tate subscriber wisbei'to dispose ora unmber'or ministration on" the Estate
4 .,,, ; of ANTONIOS
-; :'i *.EKS arter dale, I will apply to:the' John' Haertas. ,deceased. ;\: S. :jv: jr. ,Ain 'S S SIXV : 1: n. FONTANE. is hereby ,iye. that the 'Boats&c. " ""' ' .Dee.13.IK8.. ?
:5 S. \: he Judge of the County Court of St. ; NOTICE rll ; . .. S JNO.M FONTANE S
NOT.29. : S S S
.- ".. Johns Coo Iy.lor Letters of.Administration on 26..6To' \!. such 'portion of vthe.lands erdcre ; ,For further particular! *apply to S E'ddyorJL' S 5

4 ,i t, . 'iheEstateOrFEftNANDO3LAREtEUONDO, S, ShoetnoJcers.. f on the 11th day of October last-to'be held at th .'B. Gregory,or J.W'-Herberu : ', . ', -J'

.: \i S Jon."late $>f East.I Florida; deceased, under a Jo ; jboemakers are 'vrsrited 'Land Office.at.St.3J'Angostihe, in-East Floridallton Jacksonville; August. 20. !'..6 f.. S. PJ40R DriER
the
I i: i. : Power of AUorney from the widow and heirs of TWO ; Blonday j instant., as snail not, bay '" t.
S ,. to whom constant eraploytnent beea.'oft"ned.a1 the date. -tho 'of thi.notice' ar .
receipt 'Beg Sti {
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the..id. CIIA8. ROUIOU.De and AND
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r \ t 4.1 : v 23-6w and good wagfswThbe' ,iyen-Cbarlutonr. at iaidtoce{ !is deferred'nnt'.land.'wilcommence ; : r ARLESTON' ' S .'. .. UDEHOCUTt.,:
1 wages will be.paid. : S :J 'on Monday, the/wita of Mar S .PACKET.' : '" '. ... i*' P' USHiD" .
t: ; i AVING :; '
-Lr returted from
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S .. ALL persona indebted ta tbe. Etate i.( /CM: .: i i MIQUAEL ,,US IN-.:" next. ? 'ahHhe Schr. the North .,. S t': :.EvERY THURSDAY !

S :; ';. dee.-ir,::required.to'make immediate \* The Charleston 3Iereury will give the'a- -'- Alto; that the public ale of land S. .crdered t S&opportunity ,to EMPIREp Inform, I Uka friends this ._" :..-H5 -.1' .*,: S

;; S payment and those having claims-against bon three .Oa.auJ' forward the. account. be held at the save place on:Monday, the 17t 'aad- my ; 5 '
notified to them July to this office. r' e. public that I shall mafia : : COULD
S S aid estate. < irt present anthenticatej .. 5 inst., is deferred, until. and will eommence.eBlonday heretofore between .S : 5 ;
within tbo time law St. Aigustiue Dec.I: I I 1E38. | this rOtt and Charleston with < f "_ ,' : .
S S.:' prescribed or !, S ,ibstightecntk, day or March nest. I I oat/inter mission, A'r. j. .. S
(unavoidable
I. .'. Lt r they will be birred by statute of limitation.. .' A particular description will hereafter be given I led for accidents except: ;' ', .. VIJ1PLAR r It..4.ra.111f. ''

.4 5 '. S $ '. ., ; J ROB BROWN ExeeV. DR., CHARLES, ; BYRIVE{ of the tract. and townships the sale of"hid, -Winter) thetrmof thie6 year*,;Summer.and. : : Aj i.nA7.: 'iz.tT: 1.11 ,
constantly
:, $, Jackaonr]lie;NOT.3d, 1833.. 24-8wFUk . : (Late o ..BallimoTe.jHAVING .ill deferred until the fourth of !Iar li'pc.r.. $1 accommodate and, an4 always! ,will be happy tq : 1" ADTAc1p
., try to'please all,and wiltiake 55
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i, : --- "P lt t"/' Mtk I .' paisuftht thie'notice. S and !:41>?L.Ti? iin ''inserted atOteMOJPer : -
7 : / /.11. fixed his :resi.lence inibis| Citj passage frcaht. low asj liDf other "tenet. \ ;
Gina under hand l
.5 i;: Pickled Satmo,* tenders bis servicesto the' my it the City of Washing: etittewbatUtniy.rr .. : S : :
'.4 5 .: "S ,.1'TiefeO bit No. 1 Mackerel J j5 jS 'public in die practice of Medicine and Surgery, I S ton:,this. fiAb. day' .of December M. ; 138.! >i Empire". bis new sail*; .and. isnewty' cop'pered. S !y:Ceafci' 5 for each *nbs ieent 'oiw..Loager .i :5
' S L. ;5 VAN BURE.N.By .' .
;:: 3 leI' Dutch Herring,, < Ha 'may. for the present be consulted at the j t<.>>e.,President : t S : !' S :. ,' S s rertisemeB ki,.preportioa .B "
: : .G kitti and. Salmon on retail. b,' -. Florida nou ,. ; : ,;t ; V : :. 1/ : . JAVIS WRITCOMB"J -. 1 trust to my friends for the hiata j>i>vn and Is: .n&v6n will be' consWmd & tbw't
; : ;. .. 23.1 !. r.. CARR & co. S S : solicit a reaonabW.hro
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from the quit't plague but by.. or f f fcfMM i't'd rwt eta. Rralle-4.-.J. SO atlnttuMm
ha arisen n*
r' I rm f. t o f> ?, I
llt'MH. and the porcha .
A United States lands Department. number tit peoi>le seiUing together .and oji-nini lalrta..s uf.1! !
,1MDi I 1 Mate,
mltnrthat, will" en a .>* y atawllR npwi.eMw .
i uMMI" 1 \IH>\ the WI.H|.. <|H-V will 1 I.. dm a away to sonic ex:

hetneMtad M4tkr dam nett w We h. remain tear, The <.limafe, H rrrri Mnc. that can Kr sly. '.*...i \ ->n a Wir mum .\. UfleVof MII. sl.er
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fcve relate m1"* ** wnet a* Ml.y eerwwl l+ .ir'et A K Mutt M t........l plums eats he g/aM. t. ..rthlr glww easily sad viehl. h.l hat t

H to a ewe .Mt1 tor >"*j,.,f ."'" I' ......, MILIea .. there and it to a rtiw .tlmcrr"r sI. ..at Piw. ..etrt'".. ,'n ahh.h ... ,,et mmnwthte. rv4urws m
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PUBLIO LANDS AND LAND LAWS hawse, .->tuiti mMd "'''C.' tnr --antt...l > on
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kumCe44fr IarwaMu..r
..b. aNmMrr lend w' .r... M Alvs ,1weA. .
to' w1thi.wt .. - C,.... if a'ene5ntMh l.erate.l" I. I"'Cln ti, .4a.. v't..rt
f'ultle hang hi harsh MY ttirkimi. in re*pet t ttri" "i""ft waking prove .. .hnn
that will le thMs \ rv ,
.if ttMfrr Vwfcie, Sfrtw two rk*e+NKWWVM, Und,. I j and ewWv. i.H. fr r net less" ,...... ..., nw'Mha fora. THE PUBLIC LANDS OF FLORIDA. :r'ewlne
1 th-' ether lair1
at *1.99 per acre. and***cfA *;Mi... lands, at date of entry tn time tf pariuctit IVof hi tahca 1alrir
The tNtM dwmara Itf IVrM i M tit t a.t e\t.trt.
the ettlrr' most.
state per acre I iKmbfe minfaram land are I .e a i imMar to feel pnwf.
M and wN att*ftl 1 k me* to all Mho lIMY Jam
tWe wfcbln tit miles tif a railroad aH otbei I however" appear at the kmtl-eiffire Jrrp.n, bwl (ctl'trti%! d lltfltSeIlrltell'OLlr1
settcrd!
I takerbefore them, for many year They are nine
are mtaimmn the testimony i,l hi. wliBee" tray -
I a territory ." fruit hundred mHr from north 1ft
Title may 1-e acquired by virtue of the pncsnfdin. I a judge or a clerk o'f' a rottrt of rreeerd1ltrotIJIt. .

homestead anti' timber-cull' laws ARM' IIOMMTE.. s........ and the same from and lo test find embrace \ \ Itlmrhl.: ,.

.. and er.,#. I every <{H Hty from the rieLrst hens?cli-.
rRE.I.'IM'OOC"r : I The law *H< an appKcant" :
nf and pahnrtt. 11w-.ff' J %i H""4'NI LI luM ".1..
.mptk"4 are allowed to the extent of ooquaiter '- I its on an original tarn to enter land lying C.MVtigutni I Ii to the fwVHrst pine I

wttioa.or llin acn--,tl) bead*of famitin. i thereto which" shall rxrt. wtth such farm,. then rapidly' taken ami! elating the! rest' etmlifl' C MM \.l*a a n. r.ls.wan. ..-.

Tbas f. Jttw :H.. t>!.;. more land were' entered' at tlitUrxt I
widow,and tingle person over twentycyear. exceed In the aggregateM acre

of age, who are citizen of the I'nitcd Mate, Itr I I example, a party owning" eighty acr" way etrtef .HtUr. at (Uhie"ville. than at any otbet I II I

land otftw In the I I cited 1 Male*-nx rr than $VO..
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additional of at"'
have declared their intention to become such nn eighty p"al. or forty fit.tt .- .la..' Twel.. Is p.0-...MM

dec tbe natural l.atiHo law, "*. To acquire lam t ttlydk o..i.ilw.,lie land.MaUIER". "tI' M rr haying been di'p *ed of This amount ,. -.. .. .

I wa' entered It" htK etei,iU. anti rt''l1"M'1tl4 arad4liiitin ,
under the pre-emption law" tbe party rout Ufc" HOMUIUIP earl lions..
of lei..l, I (
the a.rinthu.II-\U4atinn al
with tbe rule of tbe land-office, either io per' Every: soldier; aiW. and marine who wee in to | rtt.w .
'I Into i i.. in aJditkm to the largtantMtnl TILLIM.trrlai'
I.MN Umittr
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day the :
on or by a duly autbori/ed at torn*r. witbin threi! IM'nke not less than ninety dnrnkg I I
I di. .>*ed of b)' the MMe Limloffice. ttUU.tlt ra.Unrahb
p
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month* after making actual xttlement upon tb. late rebellion sail who was honorably
still hold about 1610.01''. !
oited I.It"
The
land a declaratory statement of his Intention In : charged and ba remained loyal In the iotern. II I I .... -a-t .... ......, taw I0stwgh \ R--.r. I

the extent of sal l the Mate about .IOt.lOO, acre .... ...... ... .... .
I claim tbe tract a* a pre-mrtlon right under tbi I anent, may e-ntei a homestead to wet pla.ad ea lrt tar t" .

art of 111."' and thereafter within thirty'-thte I iGI Acres .tr.,.,. cifw i. ......"",,,. n tinselly. ..iftfI I The rttrktk holding the public lands in tsar .of taw .::*ac psh. ,

month from the date of waleim-nt. be inUIt mnm (>it" l.. The time Of his","1<<..,r the whole I Florida ndu..iuly for b.'H..I..1| rntrir ba.Itrcalnl. "fIoT c Lh" TtNLL' .tr11 .ITTR\Tll Fe MAlarttTsfitOa "
been and aa.ean a* the ad t.
necrary
make final proof, and purrscsr either in cash 01 term of hi* enlistment if discharged! CMI' accountof I II .+.. M It" slut water .of tl.. uo'w tor..hl
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by military bounty land warrant, or .\ rkuhu. wound' may be dedneteil from the fire ,earn I II terU ctnent can I I... nude they may I IM pour ...,..... "of "on.ta.. asA Mrrt.. t>relwrtr s't...-Ibwr ..,....
I IflttUlt, sal .lr...rr r %rf.
"hared. kniiinl with scrip, Und warrants, Ac I f
ral College scrip. In making final proof tb be would otherwise bate to reside UM>n the land I II (
..kleup The In we*tend law, will" still continue in force, ,,,,.!to"." .tra rat rtt -...... ..
e' party must make and file an affidavit that be b.. I except that the part shall in every case re :
for which the charge U For IK acre *.ll. 1 .I..y.c.\.. "11.ISH %M IUlle I'NtJooo"',
!In..tone
not before bad the benefit of the act that be ii >o and cultivate' IIibt.nlt'1t for al .
for *4> acre. *7 h"set than Ml acre *rt.I'ecrnt In a \4J ,
not the owner of :320 acre of land tbat be Lau year after making en,rj' When be has resided -
in the law r H\TTI.E. tt: UUd
: dtange* have hemp made +
the land MM h a length r-f time a.*.
not pre-empted the land to ell it upon specula: << upon '

Lion, but for Lug own ue and benefit : that be added to hi. lime of crvkv. ball make in theatgrrgatc I by which rnlrk may lit' made, proved up. and -\io-- >'rn t.i.i.41: IIOTI--- : ,

rrfi-rtrtl before the varhni judcr* amt tlrrks,
br if lie b..oe.al an ( I 1
ha made no contract or agreement: affecting tbe ; tireyear, may ( Yee'Tll'ELIAI t'I\
.
theta saving lice Knit r the time and exp.ti-r of ajournrv
. title which he may acquire to tbe land tbat Lt: don the land provided IM- make bi. Anal) profMithin I

did not remove from Lb! own" land within tb. etin rear* from the dale of soon' h' the Undi-ttlcr The register and r-- 1 rye t.U.IITtt t. 'L\. K ur ftC""JeT" UCttrr, '"u:

a rat. n'lH'r1 Iiain.vinewill furnish the D ttary t..,I L At' "IiTI.IC:' !'KAo.
Mate: to make the settlement and that no otbet

person resided upon the land entitled to tbe right l'r-ro anti, eiimiiit,><_k>n* fur making& IIU)' at the blank* tree i>n applHation end will" atford applicant lfa...( toW.*. .ttclt.r '-n'''''. sad .11'"*.... .

I all deaired infonnnlton and amistaiMt oH a delta .I.4,4t'.tlh
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, of prv-emptioo together with" sufficient cab I. land-office are (o !., |mld' ,mt-rmilnc to tier follow
I Ilat and rand' note IM prm-timl at tbeortlcr : -
deice of residence and cultivation all of which I ing table may 105111.1 M.a.rLl, --. vie ..<....-.c --..
I II of the I nitrtl Malra :4trveye'r.lrnrral. or j
must be corroborated by the testimony of two i I .... ..Maia tans. by d41w.iaTe11La
I /'PM "' f ,cMa' at tbe :Mate l.and-otTice, at Tallaha.*vr I I ...
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tblat \I. A.lAItI.I( Itge'.M.TIM'
w" itoes!Of'oO. .. ...., F- --.
I II :"etletnnl) and tultivatkin tuu"t ominwixfwithin
__ ..._ I11Aralor
Preemption Sinai proof be- made Ilt'lft't' : y pn1M M, .Reed r.f sit
may
I !w1 "I.... .emu/ .. "I ,It... ..ix month alter' entry, and at any time .. -
a judge, or a clerk of a court of record +e 1.la s... to. :.ter -
tot L.. aa.r I.'" torn TtlUToiv month* n-vidt-nit the wilier may pur- Idol "I':.
.\ fee of f: is charged for filing dedaratt.ryatatcmeot 'IN' L' Ml"r -... trw. | I
( Isetc and obtain title to the (ami At the end
.. ,
at the land-ofiec.: a. lye plan t t$".Ia .tKSA"II YL\
tJW' au' f... :'.ur I of tire years' lew. if the tettler M-rrnl' in the .
l1tiwI.KE.11M. - -- I : To MJdirr sad ..!lion oobI Matt bola enlillrtl to title 'lire of all pyinent
The laws extending the homestead privilege <
I To ctrtain! the fee and cues wi...ittna' on any except lets of register and receiver ;ldirrs
citi/eo and tbote who bare declared
give to .
crery other numb 01 acre than th.--e gitcn in the are evtendal.paeial privilege in botixttead H ..4W.MK.malr ..____
their intention to become citi/rns. the
table observe tbe folb wing On "Waimw lrk-. each year of M'nku in the war luring allowed )
right to a homestead on utrtryat lands. This is

conceded to tbe extent of ICO acres of minimum lands, for eighty! acre or I pals, the >y i L *5; for a. a year of residence on the homestead. t'.aleslly Iuratd a V..14 tic.5r.N' : .........,aj ,.1w. itIb.

I more than t"igbtM'I't.'I', $10. compute the commissions not to exceed four .\ soldier liaving venal t'eut.d .. f4ra4k UM at ... cr.l* petty
of double minimum land.
land or eighty acre :
at 2i cent l per acre and add to *. or |10, four or more year in entitled. to a patent alter Kwtj: aUrattiMi |ift>. !... ISM sums<*l of paw. fW ItAUaatk
To obtain a homestead tbe party must make an and cultivation. etsd tww b. with rfy fr./hty f.* .* ba'hlnMfXiKIL *
the number of acres be! more or Ice than one year's settlement
as may
affidavit before tbe register or receiver that be ill I t. .ltW. a.. ....., drtr
f eighty. i-n AwV MI-*;**MM land* compute the When the neceaaary advertisement shall be
over the aye of twenty-one,*r tbe head of a family
i eommiaaions at .*; cents per acre and add to f or made the United Mate land may be purchased .rn IY1'tl.lh" ' II Tel KtaT''
; that be is a citizen of the I nited Mates, or
flO, U the number of acre may be Int\rt'.r learn at |l.>* per acre, or located by land ",
baa declared hi. intention to become such ; that I
than forty scrip, Ac., In le obtained at from 'JO ('( arranl'l .. 1..... ..11111litH "t:, ' s..is. ...... Pus
the entry i s made for hia own u e and benefit
In final \n.uftbe umeoaawtt-*"** arecharged acre
and for actual settlement and cultivation and i making, per wl&, t R : t'r..,twittn-
a* in making the original entry. Thus The greater part of Mate land are selected I
that be has not before Lad tbe benefit of the
I the total Government charge in obtaining title anti) held a* swamp Und, and are of all quali ,
: homestead law and must pay the legal fee and Til says. r"/a'ie '_ la*> rrrrallv. Sara IVp..ltd.e4nJuai.b.d
commission*. I to IflO acre of minimum land are $ tie*, and sold at the following prkvs For 40 sad tot rv'.Jy I., tb.. aieo...iiM lla. .f

I HU.t.lTl' acre, 4 1 per| acre for more than 40, not exceeding p.ea"seal sr tn..rl.at bnsM.ei w ee..asMs It.....

Where an applicant, whose, family. or some I If at the expiration of seven year from date H), 90 cent per acre for more than K, not The room. .111 b. Hand ...... .nl aid ere.lelsbk. tad

member of it, baa made settlement upon toe .r.arpttalaMetar.wd... TaM ..(<4...... .Ua IW h..t
I of entry final proof baa not been made on a exceeding 2W), H cent per acre; for more than
land he desires to enter is i prevented by reason lit. mwkrt a/T..4. At ktett..1 l"'|'4ryrn prn pety' s
homestead, the entry will be cancelled by limitation. S of distance other from
infirmity, or good cause,
.
more than CIO, 70 crnta.
personal) attendance at the land.office the affidavit
Abandonment of the land for more than sit The sixteenth section each township ia .LrIJtor ) H.'II.'LIt.
be made before the clerk of court for the 1.
may month work, a forfeiture of the claim. the benefit of the school fund, aDd sold at UY.1LEH IX KKAI.lir&lvr IAT.ITL

county in which the applicant reside The fact Sale or transfer of tbe land, or an agreement fl.::. per acre home of the finest land of the N.ravauA. Via

of ttttiti tt sired, in tufh rat itswf forth i 16 the of abandonment.
evidence
sell transfer
to or selected internal land
Improvement ,
affidatit Tbe affidavit cannot be made before Mate are a* ia !. ..!.ia Ltm, ......... \1.-. "..n arr
Failure to comply with tbe requirements of and appraised at various price All Mate land IAI.'..... Ate h.*. .... "Iw\ c......... IA.... h..abtndda
any other person whatever than tbe register, the in relation residence settlement or er.o.d. meats tell.rted sat "mire ....... Teen.L .
tbe said clerk of the statute to>> are for sale by Hon. lluoii .\. COHLCY, Commissioner _.a.. All Irllrr* ......... fsul s.d Jof"-.cb" .
receiver or court.On
cultivation I catuw for cancellation of the claim.I of Land and Immigration, who will --

compliance by the party with tbe foregoing hue thus endeavored to set down a* many tarnish all needful and reliable Information. I AI'Kae /LI.E. PK,aallILA .. M :14..
t HILK *.. rU'HIOA IIOTKAI.TIMKTAI1LK K11LKnAir.
hiA
will be made the
requirements entry on essential of the law
of the more point aa space .
ft'COrlJlol the land once virtue of which be --- .
by will admit. At some future time I may have

becomes vested with an inceptive right to the something further tn offer concerning soldier FLORIDA WHEAT. On ...| &I1w9 .....a., Mtyai. I'-"PI T,.iaaii
land. Fait duly, Mdh.... t.mn Jaebroe/11'' tit r M I\otW
n5"L I'Root'. homesteads, timber-culture laws contests, private Captain John I* highs, of MadUon county wiaat .Yin I*. M. Uk. Vf .! ft ... M., U<. <>., ratIt.esumb
u a 'a 1'. *., U..a..- f.*T.lUh...i>at A, M..
It U required of the homestead settler that he land claims Ac V hat forwarded Ui iovernor Drew in this city a .rrti. at Talw.- .l A. W.. "1'..., .! 7.rv A. M.
-- --- Mat uu .lt at a Se A. M? tram* ..._*at 4 1*. M.AUMwral
the
shall reide upon and cultivate the land embraced ample of wheat raised on hi.* place preventseason I f. M TlUaMM at S M f. r. U%. CaM M 4 A M

in hia homestead entry for a period of five jean The land officer are entitled to charge aDd which i* pronounced very full and fine lrkUI Lk ftar U sac at bin A A.. M lt. KUla a 4% A, M .re1t.t.

from the date of entry. HTJAia tr* yrart after receive fur making transcripts for individual. by competent judge who Lave examined it. Ini t'saaa' '..... AI <1>.IUJb.mrh,. alt. .t...iri t,* I ti
........ .tats. sd Ap..tt.1ro/L AL U..tAY .1&" AI
.
the tffxrativ /.f the iil/te ytart be must file or furnishing any other record information respecting private letter to the Governor, Captain iogli.a" Uatkr MM! ...,. Halltuvi fur "- t.....fc ad ........ Sa rlh

public lands or land title, such fees a* At ItaMwl .lib AtlMllr, tiair aid NatdtaTns' .n
proof of Lis actual settlement and cultivation. UuMMay*. lUlltnwl fuf ......... .... UatarcttU. M>4 t'..
This is bis final proof.It are properly authorized by the taciti'eslatlor lathe I lost at least s quarter of the wheat by its .4t titjf AlJwkwioiUfo slob -.-*. a IWM. .1.*..

local court of their district. (<<1C*vised totalUit'S .tiring badly. cut and gathered but still the yieldattained Men foe '''aJaI U. Tart aa4 M. A....O...
affidavits
consists: of his affidavit and the and bushel r M. PAf\,
i* twenty-three a quarter ., J. ... M R U.HUM. .
.. ( hI' A
+ of Undoes forth the time of bU brctkm: ?, ) .
two setting tier acre,weighing fifty nine pound. to the buabel.I lloUMU

residence, the nature of him improvements, and 'or making search of lea than one ygt'istanding. I planted it the second week ia January, on (l1.J. ........ ...|*" r t.. ILTL'sTlc Bt

the facta that no of the land baa been 10 call more than one year'. standing wornout, Lilly land, using $UJ worth of cotton
part '
;, word wad manure tu the acre. It waa cut June 3J. art LK a.l) .* r 1\UTA
1"0
and
alienated, and that the claimant U tbe sole 30 cent copying writing Hereafter I will use a reaper aDd avoid such terrible A TK.\.rr: ItAIUCUAI'

owner as aa actual settler. Final proof may or It'SII. 20 cent : for every lubaequcnl hundred waste. I am saving the wheat for seed, TIlliE T""U

be made before the register or the receiver ; or word. 10 cent (Law* of Florida Chapter5.USJ taping that my experiment and Its result maylAJuce
<... awl ."..,, sudsy Jar I. IaT, 1'-.. i Trata* *
it may be made before the judge, or, in Lit absence .) ____ oUter to try It. I can furnirb seed' that dIM ..s4 ata tat tali t.ss.$.......,,.S. ,..... c......
11 i acclimated. I hLould our J*pl* plant wheat, ....... I.r ............ at .... AM. llaff. K>.
  • : before tbe clerk of any court of record of -TH[ FLUKIUA IMMIURAXT furottbe valuable It only a little I will put up a mill and maLinery *> A M. CaiUfcMi %t : ZJ A M I..*M.. U ;:* A. M
    ItoMvto at A A. M M.iHI. at M A. M. U.l-y .!
    in which tbe lands situated. which will
    the into dour
    it keep
    county are information in each number concerning :; to convert ..:s l A. M tot an.. *ill3l A. M Tn..J* rot II 47:. A M
    When the proof is made before the clerk be I .tome of our mean at Lome. "A' ...... tit Ii.rs: r.. t.xa. Tm .t I .. t*- M ArneM+dusat '
    United State homestead land sibwcription, I II ... M.. aw.a& f *7 r M AnWrkiSJUat r M
    most certify that tbe judge U absent, when made L2J I Tim moat acceaful eiiriment of Captain I 0.,* S f r tart,* (*n* at Sic f M. Nat.
    I $ a yearFiends ...
    before the judge a certificate by tie clerk must be ; --- Ingli sLxwId induce other of our farmer tu4aat e..dusNr. Lander M..sit.ue..rAy.s1br...,. tit tat A. r ._.M... tit( :... ia.rtb. I.

    appended that lee judge is duly qualified U DOW attracting within her borders ( at least a little wheat text season. TLeitandard A. M.. JMM, l__. at a yin A. H IMMMIMI *t r M A. X.

    If the proof U found sufficient It will be transmitted a steady and coo taaUy>iocrea iiig tide of weight: of this. grain i*, we' believe .kira MMA.al M le.
    to the General Land> and a pester I immigra\Wn from every otLer Mate ia tLc 4xty pound to the boaLeJ, but the yield iaMaLei rWI-U TnM>*..r.,1 M J.."> f..(M*.ut MarW f M at lWeI.ii' f... M M,4 U It.r.>..M..

    for the land w ill be issued to the claimant signed l'l and U destined to become: ODe of the here i* above tLc average of tLc' Western .l tUM at $ r r. t'.d.5.a at b M f nt. Ilmri..vita al
    fJC1. .> r arA r....-4-a M : set r -
    +
    by the President of the United HairsAH wealtLiest and moat prosperous scclkm of the : Hale. Ohio make about twelve tusLcl ta tLc L. t. MAYwEU .... '

    landA obtained under the homestead laws South. ere, and DOGe of tLe Western Mate* average

    are exempt from liability for debts contracted j ..- {fur h ecty It I seem to um there Ia some money J 1I.4MTI4' ABU 41'Lr. : HAILHesls.L t

    t prior to the issuing of the patent tLcrcfor. -We are farmed that tLc whole belt of .a be saved bare if u.. farmer will take a4 van- rfMTAait.U. .

    Where a homestead settler did before perfecting (tovernmeot land bet w era Indian river and the age fof tLi wheat experiment-/TwrvJ aa. 4,54 anal .......,. Mr-4. liar .--..... T.... "".

    him claim,him w idow,or,la case of her death oceaa, bear Cape )(a1&b&r.1I being entered! by .>aaa.k at AUarat 4.

    his Demo or devisee, may coa DIM settlement and Immigrant, mc..tl1lrom 11lioo .. TLc land i. 11II. .... ...UN o. '!Iot.. x. ...>. u-
    i of tLc beat la the HtaU. and free from UBJertruaL. - sUple tai reliable crop of Florida .+al: m1 u. r. 11II., \....., at *J* r. M, rstahn4ae al 4
    obtain title.Where tome r.111. J.ayataaftA. at ...... at smsaaa.b at* m A. M.lTLaMAjwt .
    bulb die leaving lafaaU heirs aa that It b easily brought andcr tLc are coUuo, corn. a ga/<&De. 4c. Of tLc oral. lEA.. r. Mains. ..' ,
    parent make immediately peuductive crop U... M AtA*0. Ur.... ..y..namil>...
    Tao objection against this pan hitherto 100 caa aa
    the LocxaUad may be sold for caL for their plow .



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    tM botncstea. can be subdivided intro im&Ikl boards haw a. yet failed t levy a f:;.ffidcticy tU-n, le c/m'.J: icvv>te to agrkttltural pursuits, a* enouy! and .bewt them *.* perviHaefcimiy, now

    tract and btrihting k u. Mr thin doing it will ant' from the 'Increasing Interest in educat;"n wt' the dchool term commence in the fall and clove wander nif htly in quest ..f this delieate fond. an

    be perceived, we could trail onrselve of tsar have little too fear in the future erlv etH..ich !., l
    tie and advantage of ociety A quicker ami m K nrr.KtTtox -r"-C I away to skrleln ahw 'ntTbe

    other perhaps colonSc, a Itttter or way hare would them unite be to with anile 01.with and J The .tf.tioII of the .*.Mtneart wa* .MBtneneed 4 rte. .>f nmt**. sired. ...-, argue to the ftate rrnps in (...a eounty! ... year areretvirt I

    with the etpretatine' ..f vsMkkieg masses at the ** befnf" tern ftoe ImmstrrMi to
    with otbm that hare alreadr fettled. .\ township eijrht year .!e* < fwert* had to he ar w

    mif hi be jwMwwfWfc-fjr laid 001.'0.1. in rain' pointed. *eh* i4-h..<...* hwt'..
    of time, when all requirement of the bometea l tided At fttt a< a matter of watte. r >opsvea. imrMitt* it can l.e Mlnweil, ... ....un..... Mr .\ lUgero. wf M John ........1. 1M. mi

    law bare been complied" with. rrgnUrly incorporated then were Itemed. taut .leAily pnwhix fDf".... I In our at. >..,... we MMll endeariir I'fTM"'t .rear .f p pecan-nut: tree The. trees are fifteen

    All communication, with a three-cent prelate we have in the shun perkxl" of tlnw frvtsicemmeorement e. *we rtMWfcru in tefrfHMV to the avemce amaur.t fret Mgb and growing vifpwwMvFUhene

    tamp enclosed, will mm with due ff1'11'd.. sweerrdetd' ta or,Miii... ftou per mosnh pans In .t-.rhrt* hi the JHsms cowntie might be r tahH bed along:. the '

    dre*" Eowtx: .\. C. rrr.tuw five to fifty scVwfl* in evtfy .,....Y. with Itts. *. whfcrb wMI glee a mare definite Mr *. totbe Fh+rM. ctwst, which w.wtl>l enrlrh their owner* I

    ... one eccrptis,n tlr***
    THE FREE-SCHOOL SYSTEM OF FLORIDA The last report ..I the.. >.getiotrndewt t. toenmpskte , .- -Very fine tminn. ltf the Tripoli" variety

    r."f"1oat! who C"Onkml'latn- making FforfcU bat' fn-w the dais- prr.etriri we bat, THE HIGH SCHOOLS OF FLORIDA. have been ,grown this season near Fcrnandtna. tl

    'rl'rn'imttt'd the HI 'Otl..t if etM.+la in thMate <> I One *| inmen weigbe l twenty-fivecmnce: .
    bit future home must i>ece *arily desire' to know will be asked" "Ito .... lake and
    < Thai rt wfll le ; The gaertinn naturally -M( t of the freshwater << river cri :
    This at seven b. wdre> sect I
    something of tu educational adranugc* of the I .';i cruel that tie M-bo >l hciHtie >tste are itrraai, I
    must !>e the case whether one ba a family shorn I..a .on .. l ednmiion'" Tu meet" I".... there which are rainy caught and are try Ane'
    of aeeomtw'shtiaq
    cbiklren: tu educate or not. for in this age the capable Mod twenty :I f fr. we will rtstr that at nearly every rnnnlyMtt I Thirty.live iltotHand U. fen
    condition of the public .cbool* ..r. coontry maybe .pwpH : there. l f+ II graded" ,'r high school, and *t the I 1",1 of |<'.ltry were" inlet by the!' Prkhur e'*. e
    i rttmc I
    M MJIN! tout TNt:
    net down a. a safe i index to the stage "f it. I nMMt ..f these the. rla, !'*ic*. the higher hranche tale!' at Jacksonville; dnrin the year ending May I II
    of its tmin : It k> lIMo purpose .f the people. lilt fr a. wi I
    and the sockty
    civilization character .wsthrattirti, and. .llIr.1 science are inhaled 'in last I
    have been aWe to learn then sentiments, BOI '
    cenlrali/ed government, where. the w ill of the I II the iimnx of study .Advantage. it will be -The wbtte maple of the North tot I lowerd

    monarch U atwolute. and where nn armed n.- only to support and htahtt.tta oar .public and scbnn is *....... then. are presented p '' here one' ran t I.e tally growing extensively sin some of the .Mremw f
    bat if perstbk. to strenfthea rift
    .
    lions! police are in every quarter| to preserve order system. prepared. tu enter a college or university in FKnUla Hat few of them are Urge, bow
    orate it. and tbfe. with proper te9ascrrorat. rat
    edwcath
    id
    s and enforce obedience, a system ever
    l> the cbolaMio thirteen
    toe done Oar atml re"..rre. are leiwstcvelofHd. arinc prrwnt year
    fo teted liy the Mate i i. beginning h> attract tbe ea ily !wacol hen l'Omftiitod with the! requirement for -With a climate pvclally i f favorable, sod
    .., wealth i. steadily lBcren ro and the fool ab chicken and
    'tatrsman
    attention of the It'gWalhr of intUnt. egg bring higher
    receiving **1 from the IVnNxly Fund one
    the n&rer in the different rtMttttie are t and the time i* not far distant when we ball prk-r+* in Jacksonville than in the Northern
    numbered S.1O For the
    which
    and with pupfR ensuingyear
    ins better t&formeri IH to their utatie' .
    hear" the world! acknowledge .* a maxim eat ri.UItI..Jlly Mate*.
    it i, thought d *ihle this number will .he
    that the wealth and prosperity ot a country all f'f tbe e we may reaotwibly .bops for a higheiilegrre Kxtra cvjne* i.f any number of THK FLOW-
    able to the l-.nditk\o'
    t<* came wp
    ..
    are in proportion to the intelligence ..{ it* f .MKT !'* tut tMte1.+R.tT: can l>e obtalnetl by addressingAuixfto
    nil .*.aWIH\ .\* yet DO separate| city orjraniaation* bur .
    Hefore the next sKtoHife.. in f r i '
    cituens. The world is alive to the importanceof : 0" t Eo T.llaba"M'f', .'- Price, ten
    I born farmed .for the of fiMtennc such
    pure
    the iMiii of waklKg tinocbonl '
    take will be l"rovjtbt <) >ti each I
    ctti/en cent
    Ibis 'lu"lI..n-tbl1 intelligent an aral !'<'h....! The IUmdf Public Infraction!
    uniform tbr hn the Mate.
    tx t The delieate tx-uoitive "iaBtniiojtle
    interest in i'. and the politic! rrvrx-uiUt acknowledge foliage of the |
    for their
    .,. t Iw- we bar: little dooht nf 1M.ct..rel .f a hw' mskr extra appropriation. support, with .. and leave of ..
    of to '
    the education: the m es f gr and any .*'" living in the trust i is permitted bpottreNtituo '
    to tbi etft-ct S-uch weMMire wn.M take
    not onl!fr a measure: of philanthropy, but one f away : themi ture in many part ft PlorKlx. It grow wildIn

    the greate utility. The educated' Uburer i i. the!' prnx-Rt (power ..f tine Itatrd of PnM IBstructh i . rank.. luxurianceA

    found tu be more relithle and more profitablethan 'n of lev}.ing the I'l't''ittl l tux and. .prmMc' "lemon tree in Ibjd groin, in Orange

    fear the Mtp|"' .rt If' M'bool. a revennr safari i bya THE .',....Ult\ IMMIGRANT will I* sent to any
    the ignorant one. Hut it i I. not a l'C'fI.ld"r.- I county produced Jail year .IItU Orange tree
    Mate in..te..i of a c..nly ta,. .. i ill now tlwca address fur one year on receipt of fl.:'::". ThIS
    lion like ,ta..llbouM interest UI in thfacawe. in the same groI..reo U I tear 3"HH. lVX
    e. This \\t all that we can are tMx..-..*ry t<\ I vahMht pa|"er will contain a fund of inforua-
    Ours U a free government and one in whichetery 2)'<". and n;::"m ea4 h
    rntntoltte...r system liD"1 a.""re it* ultinMte >ucWe lion ia regard to Florida that cannot enbtaiDe .
    : man to some extent. b.* Coke in the -Tb'u'Ci" or &p| nUb bayonet, which
    eels front other sourceFLORIDA
    management of public affairs and to perpetuate( I any grow in i profusion all over the Mate, i* now in
    have ilo l \t. | the true spirit ..lour institution* we must have : bloom and i Is one 9f the 11141 .showy and beautiful I
    our choo| Mtem, and etHlravored to Bite a fewleading
    educated citizen, for we cannot expect parityto I ITEMS. tlowrr in AmericaThe I II
    facts a< toouri''ll eratkins up to thi tmte. I
    ifnoranercuolyd
    our ruler if corruption and I'lrolltlllt.n Hotel, of Jacksonville.ha .
    :
    The work .C't"t1wl.Ii.Lnl may seem mall lor a Tauipa, I Is to bate a new market.hou.e |
    thoe wbo make them I : (tern leased. by Mcr C II. IMwards: i
    such broad extent ff
    coeriou territorya
    Mate a PrtiacoU want riut class" livery stableThe

    Such, therefore being the importance this dots our*. locH it imit l>e U-rar" in mind that i residents uf Kej We t are now ratting. ('ct.. and will receive guest during the miner i'
    subject we deem it necessary in publishing a well winter month
    *
    a a
    interestin ,
    in it
    our Mstem i* let intancy-that an on turtle "jt.Jrlft'ffOO .
    paper devoted to the dis eminatk>n of reliableinformation I Cattle.. hore. and hog of IUll'rn.nllJtf't'\l.
    (l\tabh. ,,ttbiottH i i. just ttrginning t.I.l t county will produce large trop( ,
    concerning Florida, and for the j urpo I have been introduced Into several it of the '
    count
    awakened. Jk1\Jt\ the very tartness of our of fine cats this ytur : I'I'N'lf'
    e of inducing immigration that "e present I and the attentloa of settler
    and are receiving
    territory I* a drawback to the establishment) Several new building are being erected in
    some facts showing the character of our cboolsystem much than
    successful o{'eratiun of common H.tllI.! Our Palatka the St. John more formerly

    together with an account of our operation pulation is i M-attereil oer a great scope of Manatee county i i. still shipping large num- -\rtbt'f. Alachua county, chipped $3aV

    in the rut and our plan for the future country so much so that it is imp"ible in manrI'IAI."t"4 fen of beef cattle to CuUi.A crate* of vegetables from April 10th to May 31st.
    of
    The law for the establishment of a ysten>
    establish xhool for the accommodation Truck gardening ha proved very remunerativein
    to a tomato weighing; over two j>ouods has
    school in State was modeled after
    our
    common of any It will lit' seen then that immigration teen grown at Hsi nYUlt'. that county the pail season.

    that of Illinois and incorporated in our Constitution is just a* necessary for the!' development! -The j pay-rull of the Peoacol custom bou.e -Tilt!' enterprising little village of :'a 0 ford.on

    of IfxW. For a State like our it ia perhaps the :'1. John river it i steadily increasing it!*
    of our common school system as for our natural amount to fl.Goo monthly
    the best and most suitable that could hare
    ; Nine: have teen
    popiiUtioo. new building
    resource' I -New settler are arriving in HilUhorough
    .
    .
    been adopted erected during tbe past six months.
    from every State In the Union.A .
    Under the management of the Department A STATE NORMAL SCHOOLAs lady in tjuincy has succeeded admirablyin -i I>elicious I (teaches were shipped( to the Northern
    Agricultural: College and Male Seuiioarics .
    come
    markets Iron ColumbU and l Alacbua c* unties
    cultivation of seed
    Mate is without institution for the canary
    but as they are not atrktly.peaking em yet our an
    early last month Florida" can market
    Watermelons made their in tbe
    shall them the training of teachers for the common schools. appearance
    braced the general system, w e pass
    ahead of Delaware .
    and
    peaches( Maryland.At
    I Cedar in )
    We that the time U not fardi- markets of Keys la11."t
    for the present and confine our remark to the trust however
    Nutter': mill in Cedar
    Keys a short time
    I I
    Gentlemen in Marion
    common school We will first notice tant when we shall l-e provided for in this respect I county are 'Ill'fI| ,
    since, nineteen I logs turned out *,119 feet of lumlr. -
    i in the culture of the tea plant.
    mooting (
    DEPARTMENT Initiatory steps to this end were taken at i
    orncKK or THE
    THE I averaging over 1,1411) feet to the log Theday's
    The Superintendent of Public Instruction the last session of the Hf'Df'falNol'IDb1r of theMate I, -Fish are w> plentiful Mellonville that theyare II
    .. sawing of twenty-nine l bogs made :tooIflU,
    one of tLe senD Cabinet officer and constitutional and we m."t'sif'Ct at the next meeting of log caught for m.ourUallttUJX.* Iff1-

    advisers of the Governor i i. the bead of the Legislature-two years t.t'oct'-tbe schemeto -.\ gentleman near Lake Hrantley has just 1 -Very tine wheat of the Ked Hay White I
    bis oats. They were seven feet high.
    cut
    .
    This officer the Attorney-Gen assume I'ra'lnllha.. .
    department Chaff variety has been grown this season ia liberty !
    era!, and the Secretary of State constitute the Every: one acknowledge the necessity; of such a : Jacksonville i* the oldest town on Ir.eo>tI county by Mr C. H Kdward Home of ;

    : which board has the measure for the free-acboool system cannot be Johns river, nd Palalka claims to be next. I .
    Hoard of Education general I the stalks m aured! five feet seven inches in i
    control oversight and management of all said to be a complete success without it Our Huckleberries and blueberries are found allover I Ii height I. with well.filled heads. '

    school property, Including': the School: and Seminary limited means, however would not allow us to i the State, and their yield U abundant. I II I -We would suggest to our subscriber in thk I'I'I

    and in of have everything,: as it should have been at once. -The bt'auUlull.lnJ.; curlew,once so numerous
    lands belonging to the Mate, cue State the Importance of remailing THE FLOKIWANMhiKANT I

    appeals has jurisdiction over point of dispute It would hate been an unwise policy to wait until I in Florid,are now becoming scarce and shy to distant friend after its column .

    arising in the different school districts besides we were wealthy enough to start a fir t-cias I -The watermelon crop of this reason i i. very have been peruted. Hy so doing Iht'1- greatly

    Hoard of Education : We went to work applying the mean large, and the melon are generally very nice
    his duties as a member of the system. aid the Itureau I of Immigration IQ their efforts t>)
    the Superintendent has the appointment of at our command in such manner a* welemed. -\ ery fine apricots hate been grow n at beau attract settlers

    the county Hoards of Public Instruction and most: advUnble. and: for the short j-eriod of time I clerk's bluff, on the M Johns river, this season... -Should the plan of draining the Kverglade:

    the general direction of the school interest of in which we hare bad cur system in o ,.ration I -The prospects| for good crop In Hamilton and Lake Okeecholiee. which has been talked

    the Mate, and to his efforts and efficiency mint the result achieved we think snfficietit<< cause for I i county ao(. this. year are reported as very encourag about so much, ever be accomplished!, a bonanza

    the success of the system in a great measure kdf-gratulatkm ... -The ( Mt-o&ce at Orlando the county seat of wealth would be opened to Florida in the

    depend j, of 'range nMol,.. hat been made a moneyorderCedar vast fields of fertile soil, which would yield so
    Each county constitutes a school district and KHFTIONS 15 FLOR. '
    SCHOOL-TEACHERS' W! ce. abundantly of corn cotton, and cane.A .
    each district! U under the management of a IDA vegetable-grower" 'from Charleston :0'. C..
    Key is to< hate a new hotel 75: by 10"
    County Superintendent of Schools and a Hoard Las come to Florida" and rented fifteen acre of
    ia dtscn iiM. which will contain
    of I'ublic Instruction. The principal! officer For the benefit of those w ho contemplate CKMB- feet sixty
    land near Jacksonville, for which Le lays |:Sper
    however. U the Superintendent. He atbeeucu tag to our Male w ith a view to entering the rank' I roots
    acre annually He intends growing early I
    the of teachers we will present a few facW as b Large qua&tttie of turpentine and resin are
    tire officer of the board and as such icaj-or- or" vegetable fur the Northern market and will
    aDd from this State
    ran fact red exported an
    for employment of this kind
    and administrative ability on portunitie
    cane of activity realize handsome profit. In a few yean Florida 1
    his be overestimated We ban not before tu as yet reports from the
    part can hardly nuallySeveral will produce more vegetable and fruit thaaany ,
    families of from Alabama
    immigrants
    several counties show the deficiency u to '
    HkCIUC* or uta txt L. :
    other State in the Union.Measn. .
    I Florida last month and
    teachers but from the knowledge we arrived in more
    Of the first importance ia making a public competent I lhilips A lUwla. of TallaLac,
    bow have of those sections with which we happen tw I are coming.Much .
    school calwccaa. BO matter
    a
    system pract
    had exhibition beet
    Leon county recently on a
    soil considered
    }Florid is
    of the
    perfect that system may be In theory, U to pro'tide be acquainted, we are satisfied that there U a poor measuring twenty-two inches in length fourteen
    in schools at least, of better ia quality, but orange and lemon trees thrive.1.
    of
    our
    for it an ample revenue The framers want country inches round and weighing! seven and quarter

    oar law recognized this fact aDd took the neeeaurjr qualified teachers. Country schools do not seemingly I most everywhere pounds, whkb was raised by Mr. W W Wood

    to do his For the support of common pay a* well u those in the towns and villages -Dr. Scull an enterprising gentleman c.fCLaluhoocLee.
    step
    ward Another tact of the turnip un.ty..tibine .
    I but ia the rural district board U cheaper. : Ls produced some very fine
    schools our revenue is derived from three five pounds, was raised by Mr FUh.Tbe .
    different source. The first is the Common and in the end quite u much U reali/d vegetable thY fear

    School Fund which has accrued to the Sate No prejudice exists as to employing teachers MftdUoti: county harvested a large and very pcNMibilkie of Florida soil are pretty
    I this Some fine wheat well understood by )1,. It H. Overton whose
    fiecoat
    from the sale of school lands. The Interest only from abroad. Indeed the school authorities ia crop year very
    : tau also been n there. place U about a mile from town on the King'sroad.
    have heard grow
    on this ls tued and is annually apportioned by all the couatiey from whkh we ou
    i received Several Georgia merchant contemplate This spring. be raised from threequartersof
    the Mate Superintended to the several counties thisabjecthave always gladly appika

    The second U a one-mull Mate tax, which, like I lions from other Stales when the services t>f cttai trtoifcring their place* of business to tjaincy, an acre of ground |3uu worth of early Irish

    the first, to permanent, being Incorporated la, I potent teacher could not be procured at b.e. Gd.lea county, this sate lJUt&loet.1 soon a* the potatoes were out of
    -Tl..e that Florid will Lave a the ground Le planted. it ia string-bean., which
    sod forming a part of, the Constitution. Tb. i which Las frequently been tbe case la the prospects are
    from the North and West dari Lave already made crop and be U now preparing .
    tamigratktt
    third and principal source is a special tax imposed middle counties where the colored element prt- Urge .

    by the county Hoards of Public: Instruction. I rails sod white teachers are few much more .g Ute coming fU aDd winter.HUtkberrk the aame ground for twect-polaluea expectIng

    The maximum allowed is five mil>>, whkh difficulty: has been experienced ia this rtf ct arc so plentiful in Gddeacouaiy to Lave a large yield of that vegetable. Mr.Orel .

    so far has proved to be an ample amount for t' than ia other section and CM folly ftta&ntdcwniog : that a gvatkeua of (jalncy La gone ton keep some fifty bead of horse and cattle

    carrjifif on the school. Of course this Us i* law thk part of the Mate told: safely iato the bUckberry-wine buslaet ,shedding them every night thus saving all the

    left to the members of the several board, and iIs it calcnUte, upon fiodiag employment at such work -1 L. *ca.ua of nesting fur the loggerUeaJ I' manure with which" b bringing up hi laW

    la their power to virtually abolish schools but for five or six months daring the year Tbe rt turtle so aaawnxi oa the Florid cot, I* at la a rich stale and thereby making LI. farm-

    it U gratifying to notice that bat few of the welder the time.if bit tutu ru U this Jeec- band ad the bean which love u.. egg so rsv- work profitble.AirlW U ir /> L..wr -.

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    --- extent of H. Looking out upon it i* like looking
    aDd more are
    I AN HISTORICAL SKETCH. hospitable border The denizen of the frozen this precinct daring the year past. from out at sea. There b nothing to break the level

    }!I North can scarcely appreciate the beauties llC expected this fall. Some of theM are Mriwcwtntv Kne of the boriwo. If any of the projects for
    from
    Ms I/adOea this san-fiivored .land where daring winter' out Henry cwwty. IIK**. ad some water-level in Lake
    .1 Jlitf lti.wry t 1 1be *& / .Jrfrrwt draining or .lowering the
    I'
    afiMa, "...ht&t. and (A.,f.fo -TVtr but.Itirw1 of-door life b the role and rainy days omne Jes I ladaas..t ...
    I .*f P"t.-TMfr .If'r.ilrwlt., ,Nrwrrwhe often enough to make one appreciate the.pleasant toad. acres of the rfae w-gr*. .land will be tens'
    !
    tHtel
    .'tbrs fra. f1 tiles .4rt'ae jfII" 1.M.n sunshine that usually favors 'M derio* t** rattavtsrva.ut,-Tbe space dorfttd arstn.o.
    k
    i
    I .hr.. de.I !'. season and these who have made this their vertwemen'j In THE FU MP\ IMMWHVSTlimited. ,"'... \1.1. .'rI'<< tWA"r LAMS.s .
    i The attractions and varied resowrw o( borne, at:=fir a well as w Inter,dahn that then interchangeable.
    many I terms are, to A certain extent, -
    to .tlMntss These
    that wttl be admitted. For term apply
    under! the than
    Is no pleasanter climate nan
    I;fist aDd South Florida are so wetl appreciate Kvery bay-gs.il may be called a
    r t 3tidJl Florida in summer True it I* warm, Pow.... Tallahassee, Fl*.
    aad understood by the general public that we< i A
    .. but every ..amr'i is not a bay-gall.
    duration bat ant l swamp
    and UK summer i't of lonrer ,
    may be pardoned if, in tbb sketch we endeavo bay-gall b a low, wet place with a Ihkk growth 1
    l., draw attention spedally to what b known u near !sn hot nor opj>re* lve a* the Northern !rammer. THE SOILS OF FLORIDA. and other varietk of
    of sweet-bay, gum, many
    .\ sunstroke is a thing unheard of here
    } counties of
    31 hid 1 the
    Florida or partkularly I i It properly a
    Madison, Jefferson, Leon WakalU and (Gad. and the cool breeze from the Gulf fan the fevered .1 lira l .....,.'itl .t,' ifwwtl kbada fI/ ..... tree and bu he%. A covered swamp with more though,

    den, lying between the Su wan nee and Apalach. earth and make the nights cool and plea I S. be l6.ad in 1'lmtJ.-TIw,., "pt" UWfAith larger are. usually cypress and cabbage-

    kola river The bistory of these counties U *. ant Notwithstanding unfavorable criticism tin WA"C rt.f trif J'r tfwt. ..1'., .,*. there are extensive !gum Both swamp these latter, when reclaimable "

    similar their present condition 10 much alike. healthfulness of this' section i* very marked, ant l I l"t b not our intention to present our reader palmetto swamp valuable for the richness of

    and their Interest to nearly in common that with ordinary care of one' person fckne"< with an exhaustive treatise on this subject, but are very of also contain
    their soil 1t. Many our swamp
    they may very properly be classed M one aec would be as rare here as in any climate. only to explain some of the term which are In I inexhaustible quantities of the most valuable

    tloa. and to treated Hat before attempting to The surface of the country b uDJulatlnJt.lanry common use among }Floridian, and which convey and other vain-
    I and b interspersed I timber. Juniper cedar cypress
    describe the prevent condition, or point out the many place decidedly hilly na definite tIn to people in other tatHt. Is
    as
    abound and tbe only question
    woods
    with small lake and stream*,which *dO able ,
    probable future ot thb section it be well t 0 Hammock of various
    may >., what b meant by and the or less difficulty
    to their accessibility, greater
    review some of the leading cause whkh ban beauty to the landscape, and furnish sutentnc kinds, Pine Land of different grade. >crub. market
    the timber out and to
    of wild fowl of petting ,
    make .Middle Florida what it U In and sport to man in the abundance and '
    onnpired to 1'rairie. Saw-gra. llay-gall, Swamp sji afford
    in Those There I b no doubt but that this State ,
    and fish whkh them season.
    frequent
    point of development and resources other than questions frequently asked by strangers to the I of soil and climate which 1
    sufficientamusement natural advantages
    those bounteous hit endowed it with. who are fond of field sports may find articles "
    a nature State, who find these term in descriptive tide of
    small If ought to, and will, draw an increasing
    in the fields shooting
    In the early settlement of these counties-w her gameor and gather from them no dear idea of what need for
    which b all that Florida
    themselvesIn immigration,
    Florida wa itill a Territory or newly admitted ambition fur larger game mlYlali.ry U intended! to be conveyed. We wH! first describe -
    the extensive forests, which are within easy her rapid ant (perfect development.
    into the sbterbood of t'IaLet-the wealthy farm
    reach of the market town where the tsarist II tHMiM K I.IXP -- yes
    en of more Northern Mates, attracted by theifeniftl

    climate and fertile anil of Middle ..Joritb., would! make his headquarter. What then i* hammock In general it simply DEATH OF MR. c. E WALTON.It .

    came with their slave, and bought and cleared Hut these lines are principally for the edification mean wbai In the North and West i i. caller

    large, tract of land, which, under the then prevailing I of those seeking home in a more favored I wood hod. That b, it b any kind of soil which i jot the painful duty of THE FLORIDA IMMI-

    system of labor, were cultivated with section, and not for those taking a few b covered with a growth more or I le*, dense) of STUNT to announce in its first namber the death

    abundant profit. Year by year all accumulation weeks' recreation from other care, and to such brd-wood tree, with or without undergrowth of Mr. CiUKtM II. W.\tTox, tbe founder and

    f *,above what wa necessary for the expenses far more important and interesting i i. the fertile The variety of the growth; b very great It In proprietor of Tkt: l\>rirlt.lynevUnrittMr.

    , of an extravagant living, were reconverted into soil of Middle Florida, where can be found eludes oaks (liye- old.., p"' soak: water-oak, \V'LTt) wa a gentleman of culture who

    i land and lave property until this system recalled almost all the vegetable products known to any wla te-osl., red oak, Ac.t; ash, hickory, maple, adopted and followed the profession of journal. j

    . ; In the country being setlkd with a small part of the country, and many that are unknown spruce, juniper, cherry, cedar white and redweetgum i im a* ft labor of love He early (perfected himself ..

    ( claM of Intelligent population (the white prop except in Florida and where the luxuries of the black-gum sassafras, sweet-bar, In the minute detail of all that: concerned -

    erty-owner)and a large clan of ignorant negro rich at the North are within the reach of all for dogwood, magnolia and many other kind of bb work earning an enviable reputation In New

    laborers. Such wa the condition of this section every day consumption. This i Ii, Indeed the wood of greater or le** value. There are two York city a* a printer and publisher. Coming to

    at the outbreak of the late civil war. whkh poor man's country.lf he 1*only willing; to exert principal kind of hammock Und, namely, high Florida several year since for his health, he, in .

    marks a distinct era In its industrial blatory. himself a little in tilling the ground to make an aid low The former b I generally hilly or rolling IS?commenced the publication of The Flurvltt

    ': Daring tho four years of strife the position of honest living Here be can produce hb $grain, /, with a rich sandy or clayey loam the latter .tgrieakuriat" a journal: which has been largely

    ; things as regards population remained essentially sugar toharco, hay.: and all the staple crop| of approaches to the nature of swamp but 'u instrumental in advancing immigration to this

    the same, but when, under the stern hand of the temperate region, and may have his stuck usually reclaimable by clearing and a little ditch. Male, and in disseminating; much valuable information

    war, this section. In common with the other with very little cot,and the products of the garden log and furnishes, a heavy rich soil suitable for regarding the best mode of cultivating I

    :Mates of the Confederacy, wa forced to rely I I without limit. the vineyard and orchard sugar, tobacco and other exhausting crop The semi-tropktl fruits anJ plant

    upon itself for the mean of subsistence, then also minister to gratification of hb appetite, high hammock is especially suitable for fruit- - .-.-. -

    was made an exhibit of what might be done by but It would be tedious to attempt an enumeration culture.* well a* general fsrmin;:. Large quantities I THE CLIMATE OF PENSACOLA. I II I II

    the agricultural interests of Middle Florida, if of the varied agricultural products which of fine hammock land lie in various part

    the proper direction was given to its many re abound in the rich soil of this section and it of the State, especially in the central portion I .\ late i issue of the I'enucol.t lAtffg JlernM .
    would require a whole catalogue to do justice to j thus eulogise the climate of that place:
    sources. Cut off from the granaries and prow extending from Jackson county in the west, eastward ,

    ion bourn! of the North and West Middle Florida such a subject. through the country between the Apalacb- <<<)ne of the mysteries to be found in our Southern .
    not only produced enough supplies for home The small towns-the county seats-in each of icola and Suwannee rivers called Middle Florida latitude, one to which we believe there has
    the counties of stadium Jefferson, Leon and been no attempt at explanation, b that our peo
    consumption but made herself one of the great and across tbe 1"aont'elOUtb of the Santa I
    sources supply for less fortunate sections: and Gadsden afford the farmer all the facilities of Fe and west of the Ocklawaba, extending southward pie months in great to the numbers North in flock the effort during to find the summer a cooler

    exported her cotton and wool, her grain, meat, marketing required, and in each be will find through Hernando and Sumter counties. and more pleasant place to spend the heated term

    sugar syrup tobacco: Ac., In large quantities to flourishing schools: and religious societies. Madison I'lXK USD. one that perhaps exists in tbe imagination only.
    in Madison county, has a population of At least accounts heretofore rendered would Indicate <
    feed and clothe the fighting armies of the Con
    federates. about 1,0)0 Monlkello, in Jefferson county,has Notwithstanding the large bodies of hammock thb. Last summer the daily papers of the

    At the close of the war the whole fabric of also a population of about 1,000 Tallahassee land in those! portion of the State just of extreme" the terrible Northern beat.States" while teemed tbe illustrated with account periodicals "i,

    society was changed. The negro w as freed,and in Leon county the capital) of the Stale, has a mentioned, and numerous smaller bodies scattered were filled with sketches, showing it up 1

    in the first Joy of his newborn liberty the reed- population of about 2,300, and uincy, in lades throughout tbe rest of the State a* well as in an extra impressive manner. We had none of

    nun,unable to appreciate: the necessity of labor den county, numbers about 900 inhabitants, and other kinds of land still to be described, thegreater these things here in I'ensacola, and though the
    weather wa hot, yet tbe cool and bracing sea
    of the surface of Florida i
    was averse to engaging in legitimate employ each can bout of as refined society as can be portion pine breeze that is always felt both day and night,
    went; be considered that what his Ute matter found anywhere. These towns are all on the land. In the official descriptions by the Lnited I with but temporary lull*, served to render our

    owned was made by bb labor, and consequently line of railroad affording communication .with States Surveyors this b divided into first,second, lot far more comfortable and enjoyable than
    and third classes. These division! those who had Down to latitude and who
    not higher
    are sharply
    trade-centres of
    his and to the
    belonged to him, and that it wa only taking easy transportation ,
    were in vain laboring for fresh breath of air
    a
    defined but into each other insensible I l
    own if be should appropriate the property of the the country. They are all beautifully located, run by amid sultry wood, or dense and cloeely-buill
    Hhite The whole duty and responsibility ol and. with the surrounding rolling country the gradation The tint class b beautiful country streets. Florida justly claims to be tbe great

    citizenship is not to be learned in a day,and time beautiful evergreen trees which line the street, and very fertile. It b high: and usually rolling, winter State where in valid*come to breathe s.n-1 $,
    has mellow loam sometimes with receive a new lease 1 of life from her ands
    balmy
    a deep clay
    flower surroundingthe
    extensive ,
    ha been required to teach the negro race their ant the garden
    true portion in the fabric of government social fine old-fashioned dwelling, form a charm subsoil, and bears a magnificent; growth of tall and and important strengthening are our atmosphere.claims on Equally tbe score great of
    YalusblelUt'ultM-rs that must arrest the attention of the straight pines, interspersed in the low pcrU with
    sockly.and to make them ing picture summer comfort We guarantee the assertion
    of the industrial community. The emancipation observer if be has any appreciation ol the brautiiuL cabbage palmetto. Tbe soil b especially adaptedto that nowhere from New York lo Minnesota can
    fruit and the a more really delightful be fount
    of lie slave property of the planters Irft the I -cultureaswellasgeoeralfarmiu;, place than

    landed-proprietor, whose all wa in hi* farm, at If this b the poor man's Paradise, the present greater ease with which it b brought into cult! ,I made IVnsaonla of the and enterprising vicinity.! And man the who fortune erect on Is

    the mercy of circumstances ; without means to b the time for the immigrant tn come to Middle vation a* compared with hammock, causes it to some convenknt spot on the beach a first-class

    cultivate his broad acres, w ith unreliable and inefficient Florida for a borne, while land b cheap and the pus preferred by many, although the soil hi not hotel, and who freely advertises and keep it a*

    labor and with no opportunity disposing desirable locations open for bb selection In the endurance of good hammock. Troper fertilization such. The travelling and pleasure-seeking world
    while the tide of immigration must however, will keep it in good condition will soon find it out and naturally find its way lo
    little .
    shift
    of bit surplus lands, be bad to as a I biro .lttbktimearlysalt b in the season and
    best be might in order to get: bU farm cultivatedto and will turn toward this section and the for any length of time. The second clans u I when the Northern Mate may be Mid to have

    nuke a living and pay the onerous taxes; ando opportunity w ill be JoeL The day i i. not far distant also good land, (MMsessing most of the characterUtic scarcely thrown aside their winter robe and to

    was inaugurated the tenant system of f Arm* when the farmers of the North and West of the first, though in a lea degree.; The I have leaped suddenly into an unenviable noto
    and! I third class b the itatwoods," level and riety as pos esdinq a hotter climate by ten to
    cold of their winters usually
    ing now in vogue which we consider injurious tiring ol the pinching I j fourteen degree than this most southerly ot all
    to the permanent development of the country fleeing the ravages of insect pests, finding that covered with low scrub palmetto, bearing small the State, the thermometer has not this season

    and furnishes no just criterion of the capacity of here in Middle Florida may be cultivated those t timber, and of very little value for agricultural been higher than eighty-sU degree In New

    the soil for production of the variety of products products to which be is accustomed, and with t purpose Its only value is believed to be for I Yorl. and Iliooklyn it has reached ninety-four

    which might be demonstrated a* fit for whose care be is familiar by long habit and early I grazing. ,I we degree intend These to show evidence that during are unmistakable the lire ,and
    I -OUIB LA,;... en summer
    : this section If the Und was tilled by intelligent education will seek ILLS section as a new home I at no time will tbe mercury in Tenaacola rise to
    /farmer from the North with means to make in preference to other sections wboae product Tbb b usually of a white I&DJylOil, and cut 'I a height greater than in New York. If we can

    trial of its capacities. are w different from those of bb! early associations erect with a dense growth of small bushes or i prove this ,Und we know we can), wby the annual .
    learn the scrub palmetto. It b c.mmonly high and I I I i exodus to tbe North where there .b not half
    Another cause for the present condition of that be has to begin anew to dry, so much comfort c>ur bays,rivers, bayous, and
    Middle }Florid may be found in the fact that science of farming. When I iU advantages are but of little or no value. 1b found in small woods are grandly beautiful They possess

    from shortly alter the close of the civil war until properly appreciated the pretty bills of Jliddk bodies all over the State,but probably the largest every clement necessary for the pleasure and

    DOW Government of the State has been in the Florida will be dotted with the cottages of Its extent of it Ik west of Lake George, between contentment of tbe most erratic temperament

    hands of a party not In accord with the property* farmer, surrounded by the vineyard and the the lake and the Ocklawaha river. spot A*for on health the -civilized there doe globe not exist The a more mortuary healthy reports -

    owners of ... section,and whose political measure orchard and any one may truly lounge under bb riUIRIE LASU. r for any given time will fully bear out'ibis
    I *, whether so desired or not>> ,have bad a tendency I orn vine and fig tree; waving fields of grain This.b not exactly the same a* the Western i ..wr oa. We would be mere than glad if we

    to cripple the resources of the agricultural and snowy fields of cotton will take the place of |>nirie*. Tbe Florida prairie are very often could induce a few families lo turn their step
    1 untitled km herds of cattle and Sock wet, more properly railed savannas lo Vnsacola, and give, what we claim,one trial.
    portion of the State aod to retard the development acres, ing: though If their after
    i that must naturally soon come to these interest of nVecy sheep will add animation to the hillside there are quite Urge prairie in tbe central and .b not folly testimeny.and unequivocally a summer in spent favor with of this n*.

    t *. Those few who have hd means have landscape i the bum of busy Industry will southern portions of the peninsula which are onlywet city u a summer re ort,w e will be w tiling to withdraw -

    I been deterred from Investing in agricultural ur be beard throughout the land. and a prosperous during a very rainy season. Some of the all that we nave said. and allow that we

    I manufacturing Industries bream of the lack of I and nappy people will rrjuke that their k4 ha* prairie land of this State are very rich and some Jays know now' nothing are pleatanl of a truly-delightfitl lovely climate.in the shade Our

    Interest in the Government, and alto from the I II been cast in such pleasant ptacr eo.ru. very poor. The former bear a heavy growth of and M nUjht resolve themselves into a short era.

    I unreliable state of the laboring element --- grass while the Utter are scattered over with of simple. luxury
    wall, dry, stunted bu.hcs.wgras I

    These are a few of the"WC't w hkh, togetherwith ---
    -\a acre of coo in Ittiuob! pays suet ft),
    those general cause ot raling throughout The same area in su jar-cane on suitable land in t"tw-eitta}. t .tap. A canal from Santa Fe lake, in .\ chu&
    the whole country, have made Middle Florida >* land b a tick muck, sustaining a county to Waldo the
    FWida, w Hu about the same Mt of othirattwn oa Fernandin and Cedar
    w hat It U to-day-a section beautitol and attractive evy growth of a tall grass well named, fork Keys lUHroftd .
    .>" }b4s five time the amount. seeau to l. assured. Surveys
    by nature but sadly neglected; in those tenprovrmcaU baa OQ both edges foe saw-teeth turned down- md estimate have been made and a large .
    which art adds for the comfort and --- ward, and will cat the bands or ctotbing almost of the amount required ha been subs pro.portion

    convenience, of man Her climate is a Jvy U,* : la AlaciHU county the sxmrafe devoted to j like a ran* It b U1U11.Hy"et. but when cap cribed. By this canal
    a large tract of lands
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    '" those who are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy market gardening will by next year be dftWe W. wf being reclaimed famishes perhaps the eminently soluble for
    farming and market
    invalid ha I that of 1S76. Corn sad cwtton never locked I richest land in the State. gar-
    it, and .b ft healing balm to the w Bordering the westside denial will be brought in close connection with
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    l -- 1ctt'Ilrcrtiscmcnt-- ', I :M:. LIv-EL-SZ-, For CRESCENT CITY DIRECT i FLORIDA PLANTATION


    ...., I KOI I : SALK:
    Cove Springs,
    'not..lil'\u 4'D an ,j I.I I. Creen
    I' - . sale bio vaaa.>

    --- -- -- and TV ..t+..nr .It r- t .i\\\at.
    I Tocoi. Palatka. San Mateo. .. naif tbeaM of tar I ITTt
    I ... I ., .rHI a wllr5 f '0'>'
    Landings. .. TAI.LAH \...KE FLORIDA. ,.-......, ,,) rr ;
    I DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY : Intermediate .. of Mrt. roHtaf ham
    :a' arrv in nn4taix t ... X artr*
    B. C Lewis & Sons ,, I -. .. M't.'," .' AtMt murk ..... rlrand and nor IB nttitatina TW I laaaem.a :,
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    TV- .I Ii rn-.a' I.ht 1 "" -ar atl martof" a atoll d.el5ay4on.% fkMMaor.banifar 9"
    < Tallahassee Fla. I I daisy nap and nice plush bnwe f<* ... .. hen -
    FLORA: ttrr r<* t"-fttrr a I law atMbn of oran.*, liana. FVIVorh
    ,
    i ta4 {Vran 1IiIIIIIIi ttro K ahm aaa a >f'i" .",f Se'er
    ! '. BANKERS, t. .. DIKE. V,.,.&11. ....... aad la oa nrpa* i'd a* a iitk tana, a* li
    t 1 tfc-akr Ut Fowtai a.4 DItai**. ho ilfal <-!: of woraBand. where Ulfrbar4
    , I'' fanaan tto el fVitiiprtoi. nor. TMlri Anay>. ...m .....,. Hun, ....... A C''. s ....,. ,1eek..IUe.. .. IM.IH of na rant a tarfr surd "trart-II <.a opra 0ad Uraaara daffac lieyear
    I .. <
    awSTomh at
    Mk fldD.tT'
    llalr Bi 8iCDAl'. lrCil\F+DATK.s.d wbirb' a
    "' FLA. . It aw> bn a unit waterpower tm
    TAU.AHAKK. ....... shtde "
    \. M.. atti tM at t kL-.cL''T cm the ease TIIt...- atiU wa fruity awed vbkb. ba.. CCt't'1
    and Toilet Articles licart" sent tit on TTlTlY E7tD.11 h. Tbe
    Perfumery Fancy ,, r2li )A. *. Kan 11.... I' end sew bjiahiy. I.ta mttoa. end triad wim. .
    > 1"%n K1K1-V at for fl.nn-ftnti f'UIt. tbe .......ta en*, two
    uM
    . M. arrM..t JrkoaTil at 4 r.M. TbKullA Ha For fat.d7paNesiu.rWress
    P Ion.u. A. latrre-t at f1'.t -
    with
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    Tn*** sad Snratral tnM '--.t" fct_ at t>,.rest llty wk sew end r-afortaM three, sad four yrai l. :'C. HALDEMAN.

    Transact a General Banking Ba.lntu. .root ara for Mew Drtt.'.. ar'..... sad an posse on TailahaMr. Fla.P. .
    VarnUheVinlow ... tsa.fd'I .
    b.c.
    Paint*, Oil, the JI&JUn rtw. Kor frrtrfit po ac appjjr "
    and ,.. I1AKT. BEMUM: Jt {'n.. Ag.sU + I N gist 14t
    latty. wr-t. JarknarHI : or at *flk. 01 the ttyfEItL1.IiRot'TE : : OLIVER
    M.
    !'i-tal ear and artrallna p.ld. to the rlcctta I and Mbof st EaM Bay gtrrrt.PROCEEDINGS. 4
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    FREMI: GARDES HEEDn I....'**a Ni. -
    DEAL IN FLORIDA SECURITIES NOW READY. Real Estate and Homestead

    PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS !
    A&ENT.
    CaftfaD.p0ea4.a at aH ban cat 4y and .IctaL

    Also make liberal adraDcn on COTTOM in kton -- ---- -- - - GAINESVILLE. KLA. f

    or OOOIIzo to their friend in New VALUABLE BOOK.FLORIDA -
    A .
    lorate bometad L make eatrie -
    York rinn&li. Bar edl..c. Improve .
    or
    or Ten .. Ac AU beial_ ta I eked. (>tatr* Land Office at'
    leadedt1rs to at a .rm t*4I espraee to paitk* at a taint
    F FLORIDA.PllJIT&IOWBBS' will t.,*t than ta tote tbeawrlvea. Pay
    senn te.Metts. iaAB>.n ..._..LL
    THE SUWANNEESTEAM ;


    rrBCENEEY. Florida Clothing Emporium,
    I
    AND HISTORY.
    CLIMATE A
    Nortb vide of Coon-ho... rVitArr.

    SAW AND PLANING MILLS wmi ASSOCIATION.AT (;AI.MSVILLI' riA>itn)A.KDWLV .
    .\Account of Chirlnton. :;SarannaL Augusta .

    and .Aikra and a Chapter for Coasump- .
    f KLLAV1LLE FL.l .\. titer and tutus Paper OB ITS ANNUAL 3lii7TINCl. .\. l'\ TEI.I.\" AHEVT,

    Fruit-Culture.: ..
    cut n
    -- 4 tavite attoatina nf Whnh al dealer

    DREW At BUCKI, Proprietors. acn. a JatL'6 1 Isle. Jan. !O. 21, 22, and 23, 1S73: ---

    f; COMPLETE HANDBOOK AND'GUIDE.By ALVORO, KELLOGG & CAMPBELL,


    '' {. \\'. rr.tirftf ully aaaonar*to our friend and the gable SIDNEY LAKIER Extra Large 8vo. Pamphlet. in.tLr.B4 it

    : graeraily,that batlag otarrd Clwllf'fH of tampetnlIlrauabt.men Edition IVofuteljr Illustrated limo, Pianos
    Cbeap 11CT-hht 1 .. Organs
    .\ ArrhltwN ami Mfrhanlr., Paper Cover, *I. Fine Edition !..
    J Extn Cloth ell::;- I'rir*; -."t cfiit, prepaid It y mail.lddre .

    f .e are prepared to tttlnute oa and coatrart fnr u.. bojklDWELLINGS. - : CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & HARNESS
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    I .fa.w k IIw .lat 'r Sl rraef k"ndr .. .
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    .-.bo..10 a.. I.I to lad 10 cbaz .........tt uf ... t'II % II. 11'.ll.TOA c.!.., JAt'OXVILLE, FL.V.
    : rcnr sad plat-r*w ktea they know nrihwir* to know,and -- --
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    wtth.lsgt.stamo stoft ) .onnat......hichoimM boo w'thdifflrnlty I 1.. Ki' .i. F:J .
    CoUnes Factories Hotels Futile Edifices,, obtained cl*.U9 TrmnO-i. Best Orange Belt in Florida. .
    -W".brartit fNamMid the book to all Hontbera hoiuid

    Ac. Ac. tavalid.V )wt II o MAny UI..II. HEALTHY flSK LAND* in b. and trtKarrr
    .. one tatradlax U>(o U> Florida errs sot 'i...lc' The Semi Tropical arts two mile from BLUE PR1NU L.VMI1M;. oa the
    .I aay point scee slhi.! by 0.. wmral nulraad aod .tr.jn- ... far "ooUu for dtbrr kwmtth '"r|>lra""'. .hnnld ..* fail ; I-L John ttoml mitt lit....... hotel, pnctofficr. Ac.; rood
    fart 11... to pnimrt M nor a iMiok $ass hcwd by )(r. "Idivrjrn .uif1' oi-Wty. '"K-hool: ... chunk fadlitV* s.wryo.od. Frail !
    tlortda.-.Yaw )'WI" .Vf, .. and vegetable grow pleaQfnlly. For particular ad.irv*. I
    A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
    U U $
    r J"-tIia. the. ad i an Up* of au.lac.ri.1' oar wra t&krrg..Idrwan. ">K*.ITEM r.J tenure (1t,. Volatla io.. Fla.
    I......,. we are raahled to affrr wry Mtwr 1IdIltt.wtlI' _. .
    br
    *. Par ale by V .nk.-Uer.trserauy. or rill! iral byiX --- -- --- :
    .
    n to TERM* AND DUALITY OF MATERIAL.IMUUCHTS. of the price by Southern Agriculture Horticulture
    po.tpdd..poa rcrcipt
    .A. F. SP .:.L:] R. i
    ,. I'LAMS AM ESTIMATES" J. B. LIPPIHCOTT & CO.. Publishers, LIT I-:KVAND t rCII;. 1 1Z&.u.u&
    TU and :'17 Market .cl'l'rl. l'bllatW1p1 a. El I
    Ami information f farnlb MI .|...tkattoc. HOMK I TEH1-: T5.

    General Merchandise I

    APTHORP'SSTANDARD
    W-.ha.alao made eUearive aUditione u> uoi PLANIMU Tc ..*-fl a year, portpaid. angle aambpr. VI emu. AIIDICE
    MILL. sad wUl CoaUaae M brmnfore.to auaaUr.tare ('... Rat**-Two copicv $i-V>: tkrrc ropic t": ***
    > cud kerp in start a tall UM of Framiaf UK! 4l W fopr.. tlUll: ;; tra t-pte and on cstral, f o. ",
    Inc Lamber. Jfoaldla.-*. Bracket. Bahwtera, Picket, I
    wJaeie Latb. AC. The dells of this monthly (I. to Beet the rapidly4atrr -
    *,
    *ins demand* for Ufomatioa all Mbjrct mnaoctM : rr.\.LJu'\IA"::' Jo J"4.4'I
    span
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    DREW A IJUCKL: I
    'W1tIJ rmntbrra ladaauial d clopaacaL.and with
    FA1aIJ.t.f"e ). J : : Ubnnr. UM ifrtcmlt ri t.UM awvbaair. and UM manafactarrr. R. & J. MUNRO
    .aa well a. a re'Ideate for tbe rapltallx, tke rbutar. ,
    ID tie South! the pira-OKf orker. sad tbe tBTalid. rod to afford a rrli- .
    1\
    The Best Airicultural Paper Dt3LLa
    able madlaia of IMrrconrae and ai-'lit la UM dcrclopotrat
    t of the Mafe.Tb !
    Editor baa UM sad.taDCe of a rorp of atribator. General MerchandiseTALLAHAiEE.
    W.M. LEiPTllOm'. coroprlvia: Biaay of the B>o t 1.r..Wpec sad praruralacrValtnnvt
    and trait-cro.ee. of the NMtb. and other.wU .
    Fono*.:'f' l"kU Clerk of Ute t'altcd Mt fcarvcjc :- qoallftcd to ct"' information upon all mbircta roaa FLA.
    41C'Hnr.o fltr.. and lAra of tk. Mate ct''l with the lttda..trUl lurcrt-wi of the coaatry T.KMwiTsor
    The FloridaAGRICULTURIST Land U ce. AI toataiaa risty-foar d HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR COTTONAND
    ....-. aad I. a atJy printed
    t.11A'i.! W BLEW PnbH.hrr, JackMOTiUe. Fuu
    tmitlt PUODrCG.LIVERY .
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    Dlp'o.a .1a.rded a. Malo fair 1S77 lor ri.. EIea'ral
    -- -- --
    .4 Meat :tIap of Florida.** ...
    Ex-Soldiers sg orIzjaal AND SALE STABLES
    f..p n.ir to all etfcrr ta r.u_. acmrary aad rlear tamp ire
    .*...,sod the ..., Map f\ilr topneraulural teakathio. IMorira. sad locid TALL.llIAv.EE, FLA. .
    ..f the" fan of tk rooaur. rrirv ..l'utkrtlap.. ft Wall *.,.of UM Lair war-jaiC what every es-*.oldkrand. led .
    .
    E A aaadnaaarly-priatal etftil pasfe; vterkl; ,. Map. Jl.-a. Ubrral dl.nwat to UM U de. Tmn taaemw family -....*. KvrfM pcaionm po.c.... \Db" M. M COBB. Proprietor.
    ... app caUoa. Onlrr ky malt prumptly attended 'C.*f...U tell theft. esprtiearr ia It. It b the oalypaprrof
    to. Ad4iM \VM. LEE AmiilKP, the ktadsad; I. Ukml by all ,1M MiL "The lIof'M and {'urLaZt's Hilh Crrful Uritrr...
    anti Industrial II TIUahase. Da. IwnrallrctaUsi.. or Tbe Koldlrr'e Bride." breia ia the
    Pe\ote to the Agricultural July ...Iwr. It U a capital story sad win not throat Frntkhed on !Short 'etlrr.
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    Interest of KlorvlxtllAS. ,evvrat ...Jwn. A sew Confederate roatrlbatnr ha
    ... '...,.
    lal b ra la" &ill cnurihato rrnlarty. Koldirrc.Irrt.ptrtlr. UoR:5E.4 AND
    Ml'LES KEPT FOR HALE.
    .of which aide they foortt-whit*or black- .
    ORANGE GROVEON - -- -- ---'- ---- -
    .are cararty '.nu.llO.'" la laridrala or their exprrirar .
    .. prrwnal brroiMa. joke*. 'c..sad thai aid la |_ pHO.PEf"TI"\ t
    I arrri t-Uti. racy f..auto of the crrt toot.. It I. tbe
    oaly .., they caa be caved teas oblrk.s. Try k a JPS'. w
    t' II. WALTOX A; CO., l>.blll.. 't>. LAKE CEORCE oaly mTT CwT'-twraiy UTT. broad purge.. Eaclo '
    the price la a letter and direct U to Till FI..OIUU.DDIIt.XT.. ) ,

    t X CUDRINUTON. Editor.T FOR SA.TL.E.TW Ufat. J. W. \EII II8AIt. 111,1.., >. ". -


    A Special Offer. J TSrrlptkM : fee a..eadlat a yea,. .: Drroted.. tbe di* eailaaUoa Mlable lafunaatioa cna-

    ..-.. sad aaMoally dnlrabk |r t rtj kaovaaa la aa..rr to UU adv rtl_at.tioa .Lad .aD..... cerstsj the Hud.Climate Prodactioaa. DelrabiBty -
    Ftaaiaa A. aimrraj U taimd i* sappy .bat Mprr they aaw it Is. we will pmeat that vita of a Home la Florida
    MtUNti t.KOVB: !. sew off.rra for ....at k..the the /*. ...... roataiaiac the ,..., pups rtory eamicd >
    .... I.'UI
    Crural tefomatioa arid by aB rare taTKOflCAL UM. soul c..( of UM lead sad bapr vr_* &. TM prop .'THo IM-oat. of tke Na.__..., .r -
    FKtTT-CVLTVlUC aad .... calttvalioa -cuatalaIaC'" tkoaAad atn.-la vttaatrd o. B1U The Hleco of ....Ik.** the am of wkicb .a* a
    vegetable* sat cereal aatted M Ik. cttaaeu. Florida.It rty rpy ia UM mfee of eaeral LuncUve Ton ..... aU Aa OfBclal facer,pabQabrd seder the wpenUioa of
    LAKE: UEURGE: (tb* lars H of UM caala of lakesgoad. tat tbe etary ..bra yea .... ta IOU p hah to tet a*
    thirty-two broad" colaauM art weekly tiled wtth article .,the M.3... dew t.riaa rtyfcUra sulks lust by know that y... want U. Taw la a TBBT u.... orrta.loa THE BCICEAU: ur 1MM1GRAT1OS.
    M tba .....tIaC sad ratetac 'f .... .....*.crap*, tw |v.ride boner a froataf*.f two mika om tbla atafalaceat will b.pla.ed web UM host Jt.tuAddre

    ........ .k.o *--,aad wtea valaable cauaaalcatfcae ftv. .....of .atr aa lla artery booadary, wkil MIUM ** .. \1". :5IEIUIIHOR' Phelps, Y.l.. -
    lag ta*practical eiprrteace of UM amt *.-fal fromer .. aorth aad .... U a .atcr-fr- oa flTUNU (CRLEK 'w Zo FUWLE. Xnroa: UD ITauma.Oa .

    *ta ....RUM; while UM frowiaj., textile etaitb prodaciac. a.....tihI.des r.....Mroaoi deter ta oac of,.....Ur|. -

    aad Met piaaU .. ....... by writer*of a...- sad aUao.t ..la _.W. .,...'. for.Uck Florida.r- THE FLORIDA UNION. tbe.. lt of every aaoatb a baadaoaarly-prlated eijbt
    rWace Ibrit rahlvadoa aad Heparatiua for atarkct.
    --.4 }*g9 (UOny-tao colaauw) avmtbly ..... .cadet.... abuts
    TMIu4..cmc.bold front oa tbe lake. arbat. bradlac. win be ...... host TaUabaee, UM CapitaL

    are fcaowa a* HIGH HAMMOCK. They.. Uatbervd.. alta Tra FUMUDA I wwaArr la dftIpe4 to caret a out sot

    Hva oak,MaganMa. hickory eweet gum M,. palaa.auple boBy art bmlofara by say otarr paper or aap&IM laUM
    Sub.crij l'l on, |.1 a Year, Postage Itrrlwitl.Prr&uEN ... WIn are eaaily eked,sad are aailable for UM tats Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. State cad sin.. devoted esclaeivrly totberaaMoftaualratiom '"

    t'urttat TCX CEXT. tare, cereal. vmlakla sad fratt ....... la raw Of ....* sad U faralaalaf reliable ..,oravatloa coacetalaf .
    :: .
    are PWE LAXt r ...W.1o lauara" bed of vwaaapaiackwbU u.. aUl, cBauta pmdatttoaa,price of Uad,cot

    abiax ntNU CHEEK are a-iMs. hU. THE WEEKLY FLORIDA t1BION'1t..W1eae4 ., cleariag.a..w paid for labor coat of ercctiaj dour
    eMU awaad*a her*w aa a wtW"....*of*Loel.na fe tree*. lay acceea to awiet ., Ute varloaa artUeaacata caw '

    .1..nnUs.. II. WALTOX X UK.Jatk.ioo.vUi A'c.a&.t IJ.I""IW uses ....b.sa bsik. d ..tuI.._ every 1iAtU ,. cad la UM most Coaapleuaewepaprr acter sad q aaaUty of water la diflereat aactioaa, sad
    1 buds and .**la tree,sad viUUa two ycara sill bt been ta the Kata. It coataia.orUtaal sad rbcted.. 1IoIa1t.U....; spa tile capabOMea! of UM. roil aaoaauof

    ., Tea tat h'a&L ) ......"' sd Itt.h.aUU..,casaba je. sad &r dee of traeral has&a tefftC all pan, carefally., UM...Ml,.,*.. sell edilortaU.conrvpoadrace a fc3. UM auplea.. can,cottea, matt sad vegttallx rmWd laUM

    -- atlas* s' 'tabk.an aow crv .oa UM ptspYny' sad from warty .aaaary.1 fraerai Male, aad locil use. For acre,....ta abort ta f araiob an ......., IIJoraad..t .-
    tbrir nyr\at aa. sad f alUy ara sue Utt la 3acu..... readies ta u.. Mata ...1" reach of a daily Bail,and forpirwaa bruit b tauadiaf .ours la every part of the
    at tblrd kl.Wf fides tbaa UM .... iwudactatram oat of the Mat} deuoa of kepiaf tberoaghly '
    Holbrook the Grocer aMrict a Ufdnaed aa ta Florida .e,.. It ta by tat UM beat paWrTenaa tTalled BUtea and UM t.........
    otbtt 1tI''( oMI.. Tara tta _alMa ao daavw ,.ta b* .. .w A J.vw aaaWf of waters of abttty U tarloaa purtioa*

    a......brwUd to tr f>4al frafta fees r...... x.I .bnUIurr I prt year S |IJO of the .tata have bona en
    45 Wft liar KU Jlrkt..., .-, H*., I glass rat W f..aad ia Florida. Tbr ta chile comaiaaicatio Ten, ti *U BMth* ... 1.... .... t* avoid eiacycmk sad UMepreantaUoa -

    Dtal.sn is *Trt* *.. r..JK'T .Hh Jack ..*UM by .>.._. all busts fur Ewe I ........... b> UM I *u* PaW.bay Cuaipaay, JUck t... every aaatbcr ., TIt. FUMUBA IaaiaAJrr .Ul be 'YS '

    : ti.. aad XrBuotta paadaj klTUM. UBO\E:, aad4appta >ik! Fhwtda.EDW ....... aader t.W.prreuaal aaperviaioa t4 Hoo. Ura A. "

    GROCERIESrutnt. (, whoa ........ at a Las shad rorcally cwa4rid. KD M. (' DE\. Er.nua. 0 Iau1'. ('-.., ...ioarr of Laada sad teaUcratioa of tbefruu \0

    I . A Lets |w tlua of UM pr.|...., la .....{. a.wamj.ft- 'sod a tWw . sad rreidea|of UM Korea ofCopiea.Ta Iaalgeulr., ;.
    ee&1 rla fit ....
    : able sad .tb.l t ....... ...* kitr.... baa bees........ .p copy.

    iiovonr VKAL.TOM. aa..9 aa a fraaM baMlat for a .t.n.,koi>. sad aannknftut brrartms. ILD. Ttu* PuetaoI Patru.spoelae .

    a..u......, .i. Ac. Mckra, aa4ta .t.rytiut alas tlsaftst.Tntw.wtbs LI.'TElY ST-AJiI.12.: : OraU.to .
    j ht. Ii-.c...!. *tbaa .... roar wwouy., ga.U caMKha Me t17t fill rib pspaty. wlM ba aid la .aaiaota.U
    t Pula
    l Y ...atiewbrra ta FtaaUa. (>*-. g.fe... C. It.UppoaUa !let'LE\ '", Pr.p'r M\d.a.r bate spa of UM paper BMSoA toftnua
    pass
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    .1.................... *pewrsL oto .aas a Bvia to
    ; W ceau IC ; Caa. rin ( say aatriaa: of UM coaatry, tea eaIbta
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