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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: December 5, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00061
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t"-L ihe' Oth ftistantithe! first number of 'a.pally immediate effect the noble object in : 1 *wlbicii' h bay meet to"Jtad- ence,,besides a,'vast ampwt bf, practical' in* and; of General IWorcameintajjowef ; &cftt&2 ft&f., t; Dkzs : -.
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In bfejEalled! "TH* Sc, ." subscriber onit'cftrfaoi exclusively i leing dcssfonlj to bbtaln the -
Newspaper formerly pastor* of'.one; reap fprmatiphtonternin'; pro resspf scSen. aid and Attorney -'
The necessity for stab'liBhin-f a paper-such churches in- this, city, ..and.now not sh'arecf by the other,""and it tific and.ae iafticalrjmproKement chemis co-operation of the.Wbif"partyj, bethd .

'u we proport to isineliafl been Ion* apparent said college, would ,make resVea : Jth. Io-make-: the magazine try, cjf il epglneehug, maftufactilring' its wpnjd Jiw reVpcctfttlJy. tate tCSbi'whch, -' : : .

to us, at least, 'and we can only Lope earnest appeal, to tbe friends: of ; '/ b1JI:; -. VariOtia branVK i1 arcbitlnre manrirt-:**: i estimation that ; rnake It desJr ble %nd Ne .';.- 4'

{that our ovm views of the matter will ''be here, amfihroughpttt our happy. will[ glancje Qf a.rnbment at our. botany-in Oktit ethbra theentre lished cessary; the L6nch'aJ>aper.jBa0aia: tfe estab Clerk :

S feoffee ottt by the sn cess of the enterprise. half of this infant inatitatioa which, and tending..mechanical hi-the arts alki sci nces. a ge- I; The at .feeat of fGovernmeni; nperib*CemltV S S": Hirw' ,; -
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We belitT! *that nothing conduces more to the fidently hoped, will oon become a bear n .mmd' their various .It afound an przka hat re' not man hobbef wbtuse the.Ger. 'Jvd -
Jahguage their
gaotral welfare of mankind than the diffg- -TeifAJand 4'blessrog u> into all ihV luxuries as willas in ft >tbw:Veek jpafDairiQ, The is of as medium of intercourse CIreuI'iwesu.

'sion knowledge lie Independant. PM* try. Texa-LjevaiState ,of -ample. / will ldmi ,'that whatever is fconntryi>i2 jan bffi iat list el patent claims upwards i ,cons1intly Three JUiUitms, and this numbef ..'. ftd5. tnsj ,'lApilaetlooU *" < *

{ay.PrefleyWMttfitw .io that end, deserves and, possessing rich soil and a; .elevate the character, and bf trepareiUjamaly forjt elilumhs at the J&rbe-Aarne'of increasing Democrats bj'imrhigraUpn" Eastern Middled HoaThos.Baltsen. I Tsflshssa ;

.pirticatttr! attention, As a commercial pa climate,-prbrniees,}.at; ,BO distant p ve the cogd.ilioiC four rwbrk Patent 9tficeThus constituting lUhO "4ro r. 6fthe!; liberal opalar being the apeirati6ir Southern.: jfcssssst' 3aekaonjij r .w?
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panoftbelmmigianfs'be .
per, our. extensive.- anI ''complete at range*. take a.bighrahk among '. I gradesi-i* rowe immediately of jean Bepertory of Inventions:' vJri rinant. all W .c '.w.'* _;. .. .y.ifq.ag- -. Tr .*. "i' >-*
'iwiitr/oicorreflKwdenie b all the Staip*. 1ft ihit ttVj-Biiliirht nJ iirburbvh7cptintry thanwli -
principal and connection with i.v.-
| tbpbIingdeart.: fore.tMtr1eniitionbeIongd $ 1. 1-- .
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XZtfel til>Ifep; if f S&tBV knd.other"part*- Cofedtdwhat ia : ..T4ktensive *i l the/ -of S

'of. the wordp'jez) en* r.ntr) ..>nF c' *-UHB iiuMMOM HWII -be Borne and 4*

abl.tothe. merca tile portion:of the! "com- lug early and liberal encouragement clear arid* intelligible, and done in this country'consequentljr tneirjfa-1 sn sOon as they are able 10 eercise t e e e
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'inanity whilst our extfemtly low rates of institutions science and religion preparatHm has been spared cilities must be correspondingly superiorS ] I franchiser andlhe tnore iso, as the country [- % J .wuBry Krrr K ** rFintiaraeJadgeftfpHtateSlnamidersf *-.

Subscription and Advertising will give the frontier State ) .Moreover, it to render 'it in va TERMS !-$200per year, in advance : teems with Democratic paper nthe.Ge'rman [ ; *-*'* '"-' "

greatest facility to nidrertisinjf friend membered, that Texas lies on the the first scientific journal 51 00-for six months; language, whose particular object and anx of Circuit Court Sdlntm*, Sb.r1r-ith Bomei

-.At to the Federal Politics, we have long the territory of "the man of sin," All letters,must be ost.patdand, directed iety it is louse' this misa'ppellalion to the wherever it occurs, (uIl Id GaJs
sine ceased to recognise the old distinction wide crevasse has recently been Mechanics4 Magazine, now toMunrK&Cp. ? best advantage. Ansessor and Collector. I,

of Whig and Democrat! Our party shall be is the time to pour into that -yoluuve, and deservedly Publitfierioft/te Scientific American,'No:228 3..Although there are a few Whig.papers County. ,Offl .. Port.OfBce.-

the Party of the South," and every .thine benighted land the full tide of the first publications of its .. ... Fulton Street New York: in the country, they bear principally a local
IVtttern
baring a tendency to ajlrancr the.interest01 happy influences 1 The subscriber arrangement and design lTzitN* FOR CLrBBisci-Any per character, and, relying for their support more Circuit.EieomLit : -

that party, shall hare dbe consideration with not long since, returned from a our own. It were unbecom son who will send (la four, subscribers for on local patronage than on their subscription lFEDeLsR I Charles Evans ,P nioeol* -

us. We shall reserve '> ourselves the right ary tour along the valley of the Rio bur magazine will be better: six months; at Our regular rates, shall be lists, they do generally.stand or fall with the Antoine J Collins*' ; %,.-tk'

treely to discuss measures of State policy. is free to say, that the Mexicans to hope it will be as entitled to one copy for the same length-of success or defeat of the"Whig party in their S. Ross, John Chain MBfoa >**

Anything calculated io advance the inter found respect for us as a nation;, time; or we will furnish particular se tion. K S Amos ---

*sts, of Commerce, Agriculture, Science and at least many of them aie, at this responsibility of the maga ]0 copies; for 6 months, $3 00 4., The.GerttianSj however being an Jnelligent WaltonHolmes S James Daniel R McLean MUM* tJchesaoa&'(" j_ S f
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Mechanic Arts, &c.'shall ever find a place disposed to sit at our feet and learn to JULIUS W ADAMS, Esq.; 10 12 "'. 15 00 and reading people, are accessible DMc'KJnnon S S 4

in the columns of this l>aper. guage, our religion, and our laws.. of extensive scientific at 15 12 22 00 to sound hr&Uthenttind; a paper conducted A D JIcKianon '

In size, the paper vrifl be medium, aid the of recent date having taught them practical discrimination, and 20 42.a.. 28 00 with uprightness; and .speaking the plain Wm H MeColinm.4'. -t>.Hi

type nonpareil and minion, so that we can riority in ike artt of war, now is the professionally engaged for the Southern and western money taken at par truth; vvlll be able, by degrees, to .overcome Martin Owen Williams Brett, CcrroGsrfsi.BJount'iT.vri'. '4 .

give as much reading matter as any of 'our teach th A pur superiority also in the in mechanical and their for subscriptions ; or post office stamps taken prejudices, correct errors and misapprehensions Kllewettr! ;- .

totem pomrieB. The subscription price, will peacti Let our noble institutions, at their full value.PREMIUM. and by its own direct influence, as well Washington Wash TabV "

be 10 cents per week payable to the Car be planted in Texas : let churches ; has aiready received encour .-Any person, sending us three as by its influence upon the local Whig pa- lea G Lucas' I .ng.Hill'

tier, or 4 dollars a year |n advance payable schools be multiplied ; let colleges offers of assistance from emi subscribers, will be entitled to a copy of the pets, now in existence, will, it is hoped, pro : Ja'cison.Cilliouri; Fred Leyi F K.Miller PittmaaSamlCPellamy* .I Mazianna- .-

:at the desk. Our ter-msfor! advertising will character be founded on liberal and practical men as contrib- "History Propellers and Steam Navigation duce the desired effect, and gain the reflect I ',._ ,
be 3 Cents a line for each insertion-.charge let there be an honorable competition, endeavor to enlist the services I ," published book form, now in press, ing and thinking, that is the influential, portion Calvin ilephwnsWm ; '-5

is made by the line, so that no more work is the motto inscribed.upon each temple are interested la the extension to be ready about the 1st of October. It of the German citizens, over to the B Wynn'

paid for, than is actually; done, as is genera ence there be, "ExostsiOR;" ; will be one of the most complete works upon Whig ranks. .. Elias William Bronek Clark*. ..' ?"*' b. at
ally the case, where {advertisements are and happy influences cannot but No. 200 Broadway, the, subject ever issued and will contain 5. The undersigned is well, aware that Franklin A T Bennett, -v'feiApoloehisoli -

charged by the squares i Our terms will be and widej not only ThroUghout all the Subscription price $3 per an about ninety engravings. he has many and serious obstacles to overCome Saml W Spencer a ,. XJJasMGilehjist .
cash on the first appearajice of an advertise and breadth of that border State, names solicited. October, 18btfJiechnideal but relying upon the power of truth BenjLucsst. --v5: .

ment. EDWARD SILL, jr. far west of the Rio Grande 1 and the co-operation pf the Whig party,' on iTid&er iut. 54

H.iL DARK.BgU The location of ACSTIN COLLEGE Arts and'Science*. account of the intrinsic merits of, his 'enterprise Gadsden ;

Editors and Publishers favorable ip rable. It is central, in a healthy INSTITUTE -- does not fear to be cbaiged with enter-; Robt C Lester

the enterprise, will confer a favor by inserting ligbtful region of country, D.. APPLETON & CO., NEW-YORK, I taming. too sanguine hopes, if.he anticipated Samuel B.Lew -%- .'. ,.4'. t '
the above. !; Oct 13 steamboat navigation and in the DEPARTMENT. HAVE IN COURSE OF PUBLICATION, a satisfactory result. Le'ttn H O MeCIea'I: 7
> population rapidly increasing and course of lectures in this In- Im Parts, Price Twenty-Five Cents each FREDERICK SCHMIDT.RFCOMMENDATION.The I Jas EErooriie.v ri TaUaka.s.>afWaknlla ?
Oscar A M
THE FARMERS GUlDt TO SCIENTIFIC ble for its intelligence and hpirit of commence on the first of OF MACHINES, MECHANICS, ENGINE I Alfred A Fighnr yew I, --a.
WORK AND ENGINEERING Whig State Central '
prise. And, as Professor McKiNNcr, continue until the last of ; I Daniel Mcltmey 1'
AND PRACTICAL Designed for Practical Working Men and Committee of Massachusetts "
sat -
anatomical being John G Park! New Per4
AGRICULTURE--. tleman of high character has already department will those .intended for the isfied that German .
Chas
Engineer a newspaper, to be published Ingram : '
of the Male Institute in the ready to receive students by
zosncrvs.-Henry Stephen F. R. S. charge ing Profession. at Washington, as proposed by FREDERICK Abijehflaij'S :. S
P (which is designed as a stepping-stone The Medical depart EDITED UV OLIVER BTRjfE, SCHMIDT will be of Jefferson I Thos J Chacej MontieeUe,, :
of : .. .
E. the celebrated great importance .
Edinburgh. author the direction of the fol I Craven G Fife ; ''- .
college,) the institution now be Formerly of Mathematics, College
Professor '
of "Book of tht F"srm may of and benefit to the Whig and the .' -
the j and Prof. ered already started and ; Civil Engineer, London. Author and Jntenor party country I James R.Tucker 1 lt :
as fairly
Norton, of Yale College, New Haven, are ; Cnoss. M. D., professor of of the "Cakulug ofForm," "'flu cheerfully and earnestly recommend to John Woolen 0 o'
add that the increase of
preparing for the Press,;{a book under the rapid Medicine and medical juris New and Improved Syttem ef Lornritlimt i the Whigs every where to subscribe for such Madison I Alex McDonald Madison.Cit.;, :
the subscription of nearly ten, CLCarruth.
77te Elements tifEutlid GEORGE MORE t -. .
above title. It will emtrace paper. **_ -* .
subject *
every TM Anderson* '5 .
lars in Texas alone all Colors .
prove ieyoriJ by etc., etc.TlllS -
of importance connected with Agriculture in that the has the confidence M. D., professor of EZRA LISCOIJT, Chairman. Hamilton H J Stewart 4?' Jasper "' tW

all its various branches} both Theoretical institution medical geology and \VORK,iS bf jitrge 870. sizu, contain Secretary. Kobt Liver I "- '.'- si
and is
people winning golden fiosroin October lg49. .Wm.1 3 Duncan "
and practical. "Scienct, > in as far as it his nearly TWO'THOUSAVD PAGES, upwards ; ,:1 'r
op to the present time been made available ry days The Board of Trustees : ,-M.- D., Professor of Sur Of FIFTEEN HUNDRED PLATES, and SIX THOCSASD TERMS -TiiE SPECTATOR AT THE .Por6-| Eastern Circuit. : ..' 4j -
of the in
some most prominent men WOOD-CUTJ. ,Jt will prezat workiBg- rawinga Columbia Jai & Jonest
. to practice by experiment will; be treated in sue .Thursday. The! terms'are Ailigat j
appears every
among whom are two of the and descriptions of the most important machines S Scarborough[ .. .' .
its relation to every operation as it occurs M. D. Professor of Two Hollars and Fifty Cents, payable! in -
the late republic, anJ a Judge of Theory in the United States. Independent of the results S A JJ-Wrisne j : SJ* -3T" -
in the course of the seasons." The work of the State. The Medicine. American Ipgennityvit will contoirt ie v'zn, aJraiicc,._-No subscrijiticn taken .forlessthana AlaebnWDtttol '** Chig P nZttZi
will be arranged under fpotJitticcLJieadjirepresenting premerCuurt MD4 professor of obstet plcte practical treatises ou Mechanics;Machinery )eai.. N"o paper sent to a subscriber : Burnett f : ;: .4 .o5so-l!
IB trntjr aiwbte vrit; -We tare tngine-wbrk, and Engineering with alL tbt is Chas It ,. .
Wilson
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the with before made1 for -
season beginning of woman and- chil- payment is nor a longer
flag to nail it to the mast. useful in than thousand dollars' .
; we purpose more one worth Felix Livingstoa Jackson v/B, -
winter and ending with autumn--. The fol time than the .entitles
have done what we could at home; of folio volumes, magazines, and other books. payment to"; Advertisements Louis Fleming
- lowing are among the subject- be treated the friends of learning ait! us from !. D.; professor of materia The great object of this publication is, to place must be prepaid, and are inserted John U Smith ;!' S
bf;in the first and second beasons; including before practical men and student'suchan amount : at the usual prices. AH Tommnnicatibns -.5 Uriah Bowden Majidaioi t pI
S the Introductory, viz: } We want money; we want bookt; we ; M. D., Professor of ana of theoretical scientific knowledge a con must be postpaid Address:' FrederickSchmidtWashingtonD. I Nassau .js. O'Neill LCCBessent t Sf.JJiry'-y! :>
mineralti we .need many things to densed form, as shall enable them to- work to the L f Woodstock>jPilatk
IMTUTIOH. On the of the C. Oct. 18-tf >
et existing best and those ,
the enterprise with full success. An t -S advantage, to aroid mistakes
methods for acquiring a thorough knowledge institution, in a flew and Iron tier State, A. M., M. D., pro which they might otherwise commit. The : St.'Johas Gad Humphreys f Au 'tlWS
practical hufibanjtty: on the difficulties and pharmacy; amountof, useful information thus brought together Atlanta (Gu) Female Seminary.PfllflErezercises Peter B Dumas I 1I
to be encountered learning| practical to the benevolent and is ulincit beyond precedent in such works; of this schoo'commenced I R B Canova: a .
and the of throughput the older sister Slates, and i'S i'r E LECTURERS' Indeed, there is hardly any subject, within its -H. .on the first Monday in July last, under the Putnam I.Chas W BrushJosWFitci '
husbandry, on moans overcoming j for aid, and shall not the plaintive, .-II...1, HULCE. range which is not treated with each clearness charge of A;R. Kellam, principal in the literary, ,; 1. ".A n
them; on the different kind* bf farming; on j of an infant, far be R. S. Newton; and precision, that even a man of the most ordinary and his accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental RobtTBoyd T : _
cry away -
the persons required to conduct and execute t The friends of Demonstrator Freeman. capacity ttinnot fail understanding it,and department,with assistants of high qualifications. Orange I Wm Campbell, Enterprias .. *
the laVot of the farm; on! the branches of kindly regarded thus learning ft am it much which it is important ., The Institution will be divided into S 5 Peter 0 Hyrne,! J/nllonvill* .
scienc Itl'bst' in New Orleans ha.ve nobly reached for him to know.- four classes, fourth,third junior, aid senior. A f John ilmpson1No S r1
applicable jfp igVicttlturej ritb'e1n.titutZ j helping hand ;.shall that city, in this a full course of lectures From the annexed list of the principal authors preparatory department will be attached to the 51. Lneie . **
of education bert suited to stand alone in her lory ? J will .Matriculator's, $5. De- and subject comprised in this work, it la self-evi school, and conducted under the supervision of the Marion .- WmM'Gohagin.Robt *Ocala .
science jthe evils that all eitiiens the practical and school has been with Bullock'1 C4 '
. agricultural ; on attending that fcs memorial the Graduation' |2d. dent engaged principal. The furnished a -S
a of gtatilude
; ,
ibe neglect ef land-owners and others 'to useful arts, etc., may derive essential adrantagei fine and well selected apparatus,globes,astronomical EdD.I1qse '
learn agricult'uret observing the ; every donor shall, in a fair hand, be further- information .will from tb.possession and study of this publication; ,'geographical, phonographical,, sound charts, -.k SHelvenstonvIIEOateen k'Ieaingtoa .:
pricticul on in a book to be carefully kept in the their letters, (post paid) to the following may be peciJly designated< maps,&o., on a large scale, id bd ?een.and read Levy- ji.; { Wacauasas ,
-- details and recording the frets of farming by of the institution; that visilers, in all ; 'students.arriving in the city JUHlwrigbtg; moulders and boiler makers; artificers distinctly from any part of the room. A good library _-_* Sheriff 1 S. -
the Agricttlttiral student. r j come there read the honored on him at the Commercial in )brass, copper and tin; cutlers and workers of choice books also belongs to the school RWaterston.TfAJSouthern ForCFaanta -
PaAtricc.ffx'nfw.. the may of steel in brickmakers the of the .. '
--Op treatment of general; carpenters; ; for use pupils. .. t .
R. S. M. D.
lirni-borfce.6: !In winter on. the treatment of of the early friends cf Austin College. NEWTOS workers in ivory, bone, and horn; civil engineers, The scholartioyear will b'e divided into two sessions HiHsboro* Simon-..TurmaaVM.WM- '* \ **
- ] DANIEL Dean pf the Faculty railway contractors, and>contractors for earth of twenty weeks each;there will be at least S Tampa**.
the Tinner's iaddle! arul tar eers horse in SI Cnnninghasa j S
work of description architects ei'ariiinatipn each session, and a
and -
- ; one public quarterly
masonry every
donations made DEPARTMENT. ,. ., *
to the BJHagl
Any >
witter on the fattening|o swine in winter and each 5- r S
; ; and bridge builders; builders,master masons, report will be sent to parent Or guardian
bn the treatment of fowls winter; on the reach their proper destination if M. KING,* professor of Theo bricklayers; ship builders,masters of vessels, ship j giving s>fall and fair statement of the standing BentOB M Perry CiPetersoni:! G Wall-; ., Augusts.. t' A-. -
to either member of Iht-Texai of Law. and others connected"with'building' and of the pupil. -
: rationale"of the feeding of animals; .on the carpenters deportment expenses XM Moody* I r;. .
. th.shingtndwinnoimgtfgrain; on the aceotatn6datiott to any pastor or rider of the Esq., Professor of Com und docking ships;block and pump makers; hemp .RATES "or.lTtrrTKNr'.-Preparalory eTaes'J per Monroe S BeoJ"Sawyer.- >! ey-Wu1 -
dressers and rope makers;.,irianulocturers of linen .session .$8 fourth -and third 'classes 15 junior irRobt -
\ bf thegnufl fcrojm in the stead church in Washington. ; ;: ; ; S JMBrocewelt *'stc t !
-- October Ut; pertaining to this de and cotton fabrics.manufacturers spinning and senior glasses,?0;,music piano forte.20; gni- -S Clarke f' :
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:. Ing? on the forming cfJaaghillsin; winter; machines, roving machines, card breakeriandfinisher. tar, 15;Ornamental branches, 10; vocal music,2; John Boyle Ij 't"" .. .. .. -t '.
on the forming of composts in winter; on addressedto, ., drawing frames, willows mod pickers, library incidental expense?, pfer quarter, I. 'S. No organisation.. lr t
Ihinid manure ; On eeaweed as manure: on APPLETON'S MECHANICS -, ,E.W. M. KiROesq. etc.,.connected with cotton,flax, and wool.machinery ..No pupil received for a less time than one ses- -* -"*" \ "F* j : !1 4
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Httltinc or claying the stfU. ZINE AND ENGINEERS' .; July, 1850'; ;, calenderers, bleachers ind.calico printers sionand no deduction made unless for protracted *And ez-omeio Tax Assessor and Collector; :'-"* -
t. interested I
; cloth folders and measurers,;and perso'ns .. ,- '. -' I
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. / PJkibrit --Smil/-.i.8ummary/ bf the .NAb-r'An Accredited Organ Jror for: Intellectual abilities, In sewing machinery; anchor and chain senesso.jT.,From their experiejaee and former-success-lney- ; ;
field operations ; ind of Ui weather in spring rican Engineer and Mechanic professibnaracquirements,' cable 'manufacturers;;cuttin* And turnin-tool feel confident of rendering full satisfacUo'n. .Their New Goods'! 'Nexvf Cfoods!!'

On the calving of cows $n the milking of ROSPLCTV5.-It is designed to with' the inost die- makers::pia and needle-makers; hail and rivet facilities for' imparting inrtruotion. on rarely .. ;$_ .!l .
makers* bolt and screw-bolt makers; nail cutters, Tie of,the location need re-peetfuW pufc
equalled- advantages; rrfl1SuUcriber informs the
: tows: ontbe rearing ocilves; ; on the sow i work what it to be ,bur toilntry. The medical and curriers manufacturers -
purports coiners leather dressers ; Access the
( ; not be mentioned.- to. place unequalled .D_ lid geuerall y that h* has:now. oa. band slB
: hg-cJ spring wheat; on drilling up the land: cally a Mechanics Mafatine- \ I tes: an 4nomalyi this .or of great guns and small arms; candle makers; and health undoubte .jBoard eaa be .bad in the general osBortnient of *$$ ,., '& tji
: :_ on the'sowing' of beinsjfjoa the sowing iuf the American mechanic material both -all of them are able lec biscuit and cracker makers; lace makers; ribbon best families on reasonable terms.J.'For any information

- ; peas; on the so\ring of tares) on the rolling exercise of his hands'and the best of teachers weavers; stone cutters and marble masons eider;dyers and, wanted, address 'the principal, .Atlanta- .. READY MADE1 CLOTHING, .. ;ft .
cloth washers.sn&OOLUerS; coopers; oct2-4-3m i r. j \ 2.fc' r t (*V
. I of land; on thesowingxtf-catsi on the lambing his mind thus rendering the workshop1 'will! contemplate 'eufcr geo cheese manufacturer ; crown ,crystal; and plat Gai made nn to his cr&CT.an& of the test matenac '- 5

of ewes: on crots-wJoughing land; on it should be-a schbbl for science, as ; and the extent ,of our glass makers;sugar boilers add rtffiners,with proprietors STATE; : OF, E.LORIDA The stock style consists of cutting in canuot of : TjurpasssdThi; r 1rn-i1 p
ribbing land for the eed-fllrr'owj on the sow practice. True science Is nbt the ; 'have no 'doubt as to ,the of ngarrtoIantaUdns; manufacturers of part ( j4 p U5'

ing of grass-seeds; on toe sowing of barley; a day, neither can it be expected that situation for an institution' axle railway, and, bar.spring round makers,ribbon; .engine and rod drivers Iron;and"wheel-persons .8IOO Reward ,' oce snddreoeo&ts.r*cs"i'e .

-- on the turning f dunghills;'on the planting sults aimed at will achieved irxtin cAs 'to health; including' all connected with the locomotive,generally; ; Figncedcsssinire aad-twetfd.coats;* ,

: of potatoes'" paring*twj burning the Sur nor without great labor'and ; year'we deny that ang'olfier engineers ana captains of steam vessels;managers Plain and fignred fancy ctimere" pants; .
face. Tbe \wiii : [ of lumber dealers and owners I' -a : #O.T 7 ,":; --ireatst **- r
work a.4o{ embrace the endeavor will be to' make 'the stationary engines; .
id the mirids bf of bills ,enoereuttors;owners of planingMchinery J51ack.satInSnd cloth r do'a' 1
} exists
saw
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: Jpcluded in : ;
{ important operations nol the science lessthdm' to: the young ; corn millers, and porsens connected with With.. fine, assortment ,of..it.udjcolon&w j
: dinary ro -t.neof farmiog'ench as "Judging who in too manv instances is deterred relative to the place of study bolting and bran-separating mac.hiuery; farmers, ; S
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p 1andI 'StodniigofZfarmr >Impnvf formidable amf forbidding exterior ; those who intend practicing and persons-using grabl-snejling and..threshingmocluneryj < .Those ia want -of.tbeaboTesztiele.aayr.a S

retiofihwi4" &c.i &e.I which' it is presented'frzA'; 81 the West t aiid south bnnl.workers'carors,;engraversind ; ** *' assured that the prices will be as low as at any es J -
; .. 1Tbe contributions by 'rof. Norton will investigation*which he might : educate themseLves at a ornament makers In general; persons employed in Froclaaiatton*--.j< .jtf.j bjr Tb6mst* .Drown-, Ublishmenl in the city; as I am determined tha 1i
and
the mauufacturing bf gas jjiaVers.of;copper shall undersell in article of the .
wM to the value of the Faculty are practically'ac- ; erno* Of Florida. no one me aa smrafvalue"
greatly : ; book bycd&ingXtatktioiltdin&ei'erwth ter. lead tubing; linen and straw papcr.n1Ikera: .ship : ." -
fa; of The pages of the Magazine will be those diseases; / owners,harbor masters,and others interested in .A irnMbeen'made no'vm to me:in WTPpEIE.ESS
w. own towtry and th* nited labors':of *S 0 all dicu ignsand inquiries rel may >e Batisnedl of'.the f dredging machinery;' well sinkers--astronomers, T T* that a murder.wasTCcently State committed .BlsZQeBay14 :
two ocb dwtiaguisbed, will make- this to the [ this school, we feel itour ate any degree art*and ccieneen. 'and instrument miners, engineers, and James 1Ugins. upon the'body bfiohn. .White, iacksonvfl1e Sept28I80l ., tf
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'tvork* one of the roost complete and valuable ventionsofthedayor improvements the. Trustees 'and-"Faculty others Interested in pumping engine,persons interested land that the said Biggins sonr.a fugitive from S S S
to the American farmer, ef er Issued from the kind, in/mechanics, chemistry,' action,*which augors well for In canals and aqueducts; warehousemen, justice{.""" "' ," T t "* :
k prtAS. ,*., ----rr I ItTbework the arts and scienccR-tnljact,- all and that the peculiarIn.. and others using bydrauflo presses, dynanOmetrl! Now Know-rtjtflat I,=THOMis BiowsrGoverect IJIErOiU Uamis'
will be1 comrised.in about 122 rests the mechanic' the which connects* them; cranes, jack' screws, common-And feed cranes; of the State aforesaidbyrirtee.ofi the authority .WI : BffPAlD for mytOB Shildar
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nj-ineer'the offer his wifc itik
metals tad tin plat Workers; Tested ia me br law,do hereby a reward and tkeirj s*
.4_ No*, otS4 pages cacb% It will contain .tor, or the ci ntiman-;" be spring workers manufacturers ia alloysf.wheelwright! *, clock maker of One Hundred Dollars for thflapprebensienbf wenty-Five Do s>s,/-Hamptoa j j
.oroe.1 8 or 20 engraving*on steel, and more i ticed -n- :EWiM.KiK: v and horologists,'etc., etc., cto k/ .' 1,. said Rlggjns, and his' delivery iulo the custody" alone,The bov*Degroes d!peared fin Psr_, '
than 600 wood'engravm in the highest' Every"'scientific br practical wort thee 'Memphis' Institute" The publishers have;expended a Urge suofo* of Ihe Sheriff of said eounty of GaAdenr tk Ozt'Mon day Sight' ;last;,T$ryBiysteri
ctyle bf' the 'art. It wOl; be handaomely value as a reference, including all the : ,; > tf.. = money Io'get original drawings mochloery in j Mm. Sold Riggins: is about. twjnty ftrtyears I. 1.5Ur4I they.baventaMJQrJhat :'.
bare of ;ft feet 7 or tf inches .highfas dark eyes; :
and ;
practical use In.this sountry. procured age
printed otf fine paper; erd( told at 23 cts. a tific journals published either in : almost work on the subject, wneiner pui>- dark complexion,and full round fafj--i*stout ana where they may.be>.harbored JBJime 'I S
1 ItmbetjorS ia advance 3Tprnhe4wenly.two trforrin EuropewiU: be placed"at' JN VENTORS 4ND lished ia-pngland every France orQermany,the most heavily built, and addicted to dnnHing.: \" ,otth 7.ny .,n4T been icicreted on boar4t5_ -S
numbersTbe Jimnberiilcan; be cent by Vice of the editor.t.Many of these / .-- essential partof which.-being comprised In thisDictionryiendet "' -' |B testimony -whereof,i hare hereunto some'oitard und'5TB-seU. .. !*Iiptat **:* .
ded foe
affixed 'SatSBt
tEl 1 at periodical/postage ..' works,'and especially the1 journals, 1 tb Sfi4.ttIt- 1Lsa1perfeeandebnlpreben- ( -' set fay hand,and caused to b pass? bnlyjnte doubt; b 1 i.-
haT* endeavored '[suit,.) .;the greatsealofLhe State otFZorid ; which an willattemps e 1fplaee *
-' The first number".was)!e ued in, farcb, in matters of:'great'interest to'our tivV/ftoticerihat; the sive to ns Us* great posniUe.f, fcpnoray T'he publishers ia 'type,so that'each page |* tj-ti ,. tnvTallahaise : this in u3I4f prof, hs rowsrd.wjlIb '

- and the work willlie eotepleted iif about one and engineers, whi h.JbaVe hitbertb W thistTalnablejjburnat;. will of the work contains at least four-times th*number; -'.,- '- 12thdayorOctoberAD-iae3;", s'
::' yew? -.Tbejfirst olnoie written ;1>y Mr. sealed: books tbtoem It has thus brt therwziTt FiRs? or SZP- of words found in ordinary"page ofthe same ie.. _, "TfiOMAS-'BROWNr. 5-'sept 2&-4t_ ___ 1 iiz ieisi

Stephens!! ,i is already publi bed jn..EdinbarghlAiui too comnion underrate the uutrnng.' *"favorable,opporUa'i-; This has of also ample ecuredto'CaehNplat.working-site and clearness that a niechanlo : ----- _; :
drawings :
the'American editioa; will be printed reign workshops;' :A'more' Intimate &>, hot4ke;; ah .Jnterest eonitrupt acwaftly.nyinachine 0.] I DutZ County 4flt
may
C! from the ftterebtype plate**imported for that 1 fdge-, of "Iwhat 8ebeen c < : and'deVelopmenr of the.me* scnbed. .- Sa1L "SD
$fcS & Secrctary of ( ; .
: badilLcorrecthi., amt'at ( and'njannfactufei at our conn/ ,?. F-. %%ft .
*Pu7Z4,, d eiodicaZs will time spur our mechanics onto" : .still of.the BcienUfic/A. gardless of cost'to make thork- s,3 corohlote detiroustfe as S : -t.et w1haijxpose fbt ss2e thi Msd7 Shi

, _;; *exer ioaf andcmulattdn*. "*. know h throughout iheoUn.. :possible obtain the rand4t work'will is hoped procure everyone it M jaeaed in number i-* i Notice; ;s'-- ; .: doorl 3the jowsj OLJacbOaki betweesed ) :
P To" th 'tnbrqaghbre4 of'tbi *! IXWEKro-. date L.shdtPP1 te 11Jtfdge -
ottouuteftini ;
otberg temittiriy tn Iribo* a detailed account ja *,and thus eneonrage the enterpriseXwTli9 > Probate of for,letters Usc&lQutI4 -S
jmTWg 4ri'tteWwV Ut eoluma. I work will be issued In keifli.znonthiynum. S of ptital eounty
th above- pricey will receive ft vfoorth copy ever ;i. to ,xbe glearjed-*of. :nev and.' ? tb .poblieber ,haalwaf ireeuimencinghiJ&uu4rr with great regularity ;" 1S30> .i., ;aad""!*wflIpri-a &fsThe Rubdeceued. -- ;4mpc .; S J

TItL..LEONARpSCQTT & CoFub tbrouhoIfl, : H the mot thoUgh ncritfie- gress, whole: worst:wUlb i published in 40 Bambersy '_- _; /j JIkTI4QLLANDLl
J.IJ copnrie,. .. -'. journal Iii.eouhifyfBridto;to at 25 cents per number,said completed with'b : -
&nA }he current year41850.AlIb5ra1 discount wjUb l _
feot the *made W sgentajnyonereut1ttiag4ths-" .: '- *ffe* 4.j* .'9s* pfe StX Wt1EKSXtezdatE'I: >h4nspply.t(> the
:i% JODIP*IXIGit tnthistttawvtouts own with other pqblieuopfor ;pnuIshotsIt1i: ad >of Probate of.Duvat:county for Utters
S WiMiT loeiisaniof wieuMSand"theiovef \ >l&Iiaietie* nrt ClTOCaf etTI* tastes ibsllreoetra' tbs w.kthougb.thpoI3k1 -ofjidmintstratios oa theestate of.-Ko : mItbFia *
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iriniinal such Various and solemi' forint- "is i wouWnot.); a4yisaletnaepToYlstOn yet extend a prote ti g ana, and save wfrm tW
r :so sai &tatastropheanaamthigtbenume-I !?. in:prisonfor/-a brij?.timejsbeforerial j In dLranlon. ,, "
L mA- : considerations wbkh'eeem to-' indicate I[ %,Js very.onerous and burdensome lo the b von ''the'power of 'lai4iage1tna'ke: it I to,have'Aat ,liriei{accurately/run' 'and more calamities Tour fellow of ettUe. *, aod: obedUnl.
1 LSSAG1ri the propriety t>f t'tiiicciirs''is' thai of early I treasury.. ThIS:may in-80 te'cases, be/fo| clearet-, or'more binding tmpbatic :Asa distinctly marked.! ";ft 1 THOMAS JUtOWlW" ,
;t-. obtaining.* furtbejr pant of land for.thispurpose .'the time o! seven jjnoinhsj owing to the interval 'measure' dictated,by evewprinciple: l of' jus- : ThefAttorney Oenehl'i'Repart points out 1 i o. J
j i, jcm from the General Government. Liberal I between'' the terms and the:want of a ticeioOur citit nibpon'th6 frontier who some derects in the existing laws, which, re
S. f m1&;. ?II'ua. ,t8. '} appropriations oft land have been:made I provision to allow the judges to'hold special have bought lands and settled under these quire'amendment.. I would particularly ask rionJnti. REP 4' BLIC-Alf.

l ; l'eOc Senate, i iI' by:,Congress, for .simiJa.ybjects'$ in other called! terms for the trial ,of such cases.. repeated! nces from the Government the consideration' of the' General Assemblyto '. ...' ,+;i1i.'- '-'' _' '"'--'"*?i*
: 1r lotul Uttaeof ReprtsentaSteti' Stale\'anl it may troly.Baid that'no.-pTO-. .demanded by the%public interest,* or -as indUpeasftle to the secority of' our ':'his. :suggestirjns upon the;rnece'ssllyofmaking Thursday, December 5 IS5O.
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i .. I greet! with pre pleasure -as m. ject of Internal Improvement would possess 1 requested. by the, accused.. Soch.confine. frontier inhabitantsand. the .adva.ncemetand some provision for the care and safe __ rrT --.'. .f _**. =: _. tMr. :: /-.r .L ;.

I' Wing of the Constitutional'Representativeso a higher national character, or, ai suchbe :ment' during the summer"monlhe bef< eIonvictioni. rpr sperity of tbe-StateI invite theGeneralAssembly.agatn keeping indigent insane persons. .JOint \tlMKit ..fTallaJuwse; to'dol
invoke the The of the and.Trea* !t
'1 < ( the:People;"afte* the !lapse of 4\ long an likely to present stronger claim_on the" fa-1 1 should scartely,',be regardedin' to speedy Reports Comptroller aiaUiovUcii Mt tat m. Agt ftr
vorable consideration of Congress than the1 any other, light 'than as 'ar! act ,of cruelty and decisive action of the' Federal .Govern surrr exhibit a healthy and improving con'diilon'of
Interval,.and J >t not it be\OUT mu. the Republic*]! l. that tlif MUf Yii l
ff I v: leal :< wi epiit of disinterested plan of a great h ijthway between the Atlantic :and oppressiorrj;:revolting to the.senses,"and ment to the Charge of its bIigatioD8"uponthIs tbe financial resources of the State; '. "*, rty..,
; purpose t errte .. incur revenue > .. ..... __ .. .
1' t & benett t"of.onr.if and the Gulf. Congress has hftely- evinced :shocking humanity: and little short of the subJect. and.wilh.such improvements -- "f.j" '" .i' 1' -
t'.;; : 'DeldVed' 'e;\ &4iet us linmbly,i invoke the a disposition of extraordinary liberalitywith punishment of s ath.; It; is believed that The Seminoles concerned in 'tbe'.'murders system u-experience has enabled l the.Comptroller fGoTe. i .me, ."J .'
; iald of the' Ruler ol Nations in so regard to'the public domain, 'and I, do most'of the States. have provisions for such of,Indian River and Pease4"Creelc" ; committed to suggest, the gratifying.prospeet! To.girt pnr r 4' irs".th Message /,M"G<. ,
:. rderrnp A1Pf\t]I'of this Comfrtonvirealth hot entertain a: doubt that an'applicatioh! by an exigency, by.the allowance' of ''adjournment I in July, 1849, haying been surrendered presented of a .Treasury capable of meeting nor at tbe etrliert'moownt, we 'Issue.the :
: 4 that we mayjitwrajrjch! reward in HIs favor, your honorable 'body.for: a grant ,of land; ?,'or permission to' their judges to hold to the United States commanding generalbe ,- all proper and reasonable demands uporf it. number our isji eria' jDaflla adranc*.ef lbs .
: Ihe approbation ofo 9r constTtae'nts,; and the connected with thradoptkm of 'some, plan extra terms.' By the Constition of this"tate, was instructed by. the authorities at If the General Assembly'should think favorably usual Urn*. -A. ? .,; ..
attenaed'with' the Circuit Courts have all the jurisdictionof Washington report them to the Exec- of' .the ?suggestion, which .I would b wlUi
be
public advancttnent in virttte,' order, kitelli- for such an enterprizev would ,Tie Message !(rrangb a.Wgh dcgm.eInteres /
,r I-I0 .pence, tnlerprize,''prosperity,aTid happiness. entire success. As little"'doubt have I a'seperate Chancery Court'which', i is believed tive of Florida, to be dealt with according to. strongly recommend borrowing the1 surplus p ;'and UiPtIrIie'D1O01: .ILhWbirh..
: The which have; elapse!) since of our ability to accomplish this! great Work confers the power to hear and 'adjudicate 'the criminal laws of this State; No ccmmunication school fund at a reasonable rate' of in- Governor.vkwVth*ttreateaed repeal of tie Fqrltlve -

"f t..7 :STOUT toe have been seasons of more with the ptesent and.prospectivemeans of cases in vacation. There is,*every reason ,,b ,'however. b received' bythis" tereat, for' the purpose of;taking np all the Slave,TLawr'a, > .too'well founded.' 4as. .
i.i .t: than"ordinary A kind Providence the fund. and the co-operation.of. private why this should be dOne' "Case3'ofcomplex Department on that .subject, nor 'am I outstanding: Treasury :Certificates it wtould .noble Reprwenlatire;.ef the fbrbearbff and mode
pr erty. and intricate character aU'treof what disposition was made of these abolish that 'very objectionable and unwise
time : !
of 'the''work require
has and that the-cost
f ; p unusual degree, enterprize rste'yef the South,be regards that eveallutie
rru" af reflection cannot be ofienilers., A'cotnmanication has 'been received which nothing but necessity could
and
f4 the health of p1 and crowned their might be covered by the incr ased" value it for deliberation arid system, '
t. :. With; abundance. would give to lands within the reach of its dispo.edot In the hurry of a term taken up from Captain Casey, Special Indian justify, and relieve the holders of State signal for mbj, measures ra our put ast wO(.
icultur.lab, great with tS conditionand from the of submitting to a restore to the Son* her voted rights and vi*.
i .f. A influence.In in crirninal and jury trials of. other, descrip Agent, regard the'present scrip oppression
j : i)lrne, bas hovered over in of J of .th% bminoles "ia Florida, discount 'theif ust demands.' 'A'sinking sheets her claim W honor and equality! .vnder t&e,
: i d 'still remains connection with ehterprize., my attention tions.; It.may desirable, a, matter i "temper j upon .
oar Indiu.bter 1nlis which is herewith'ubmitt fund could be provided which would repay Constitution. i t <*' &
has been called to the fact, that nee such importance, that the J'Jc\ 'ef- should be_
else
L. | I-may b I in form; but little the sumborrowed whenever'it. might berequired The documenU aecompaBybf the Message.
; gotiatipns have been completed\vilh: Mexico undoubted, arid expressed in clear and unquestionable : eg..eqo' youthatl: .
.4 ou4pnonr '
congratulate condition .
,t as a Stale aid Peonle.prosperous The confident for the Tehuant pe 'route to the Pacific'andthat language.. The Constitution} of' progress has: beerfm'ade in the settlement'of. and would as surely be as safe an numermu,and'weshall'pulUA) then7 seriatim. "la.
'; '.. 'f.;' tope ia entertained that difficulties- ,which a company has already been organized this State! directs, ** that all ,the'courts shall the.vexed question of bounarybetween the investment' of that fund, as any' that might ,.Cew..eeb. r

:! r ":>. have so long cramped our energies and retarded in the State ol Louisiana the construction be open and right 'and'justice administered! : 'States Georgia and. Florida.- The General offer. .-. .
, ;. of the road. This onteis belitVed to without sale/denial,or delay a'"means Assembly'at; its" last''session, passed a In F braarylast, certain correspondence General AsiembIj. f' :
t. < all fast
$' {: ,.. '". '."2. or progress: & .disappearing to realize,' be by far th* most. direct and practicable by which the'-Preat.ttd essohtlAl t jmj; ctpl CCf: r* otat; :.' : j }, andjhatPkd is ot' oa anal iii ir to c l
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:t rJ' ." inhertctntccidih the \tw' Itl'.d--; in- the travel and 'transportation to California, cognised nd.established."1 TbIS ,provisionis State,: for the purposed bringing !the-ques the Southern' ,Cottye:at .Nashyille. except Mr. Ferjiuen. Dade ;a.Vt\Mr.'Eawes,of
,; 't/! ,-i', ''f-1 IOn began' dreams, Oregon, and the Asiatic coast and itl nds.A .- obligatory npon theLegislaturewhoie tion te.the arbitrament of';lbat tribunal.ThiIcti .-:-- While regarding whh [)much anxiety the Orange.' : -
days a :
;: ::": trat. immense t ad ret resources glance at the mapvIII show you that a office it i is for.the most part to; furnishthe, i seems to1.have'"been" accordance threatening aspect of the great sectional con The; Senate Mgmalzed iy. UM cleetiioo. ef Uc
.; j fully ju us in inde..clo, road'across our State woald be in the remedies and'modes of action for.the courts, :with the expressed wishes of the' authorities troversy, the Execotive \constrained. to following offlccrw ,- ".'
I: t, In a State t4e of our's no sub direct line. and form a. most important and and to provide all proper facilities and provisions of Georgia; but much to my. surprise the belief tbat' he bad constitutional_ or ROBERT J. FLOYD- ) of FranWn PresJoW.NKILI. .
:,; i ject can h t interest essential link of connection between the for their due observance and execu. tbe Governor that State, in his late legal power.to commit the State to that .JIcPiiKtsos;of Walton Secretary.. "'
, ; .:' ? under ourgoverntnent'of' popular opin I:coasts and cities. ; is well known that a difference of opinion to have mistaken it as discourteous and un a representation in'the Convention ; and that retary.JonTi. _
.: ion, it justly takes the first rank- but Ace As essential to the maturing and prosecution has prevailed in regard, to the proper friendly. 'To re'move'such' an impression; the measure itself was ill-timed and inexpedient B.Lix.f; ef
I. embarked the of any important cbeme of, State Internal construction of that'provision of the constitution I early addressed him letter, which led. to -ill-timed: because Congress" was WabUa.EaroIUac..Ea-* .. -
.. .1. recently government, with upon population experiment rapidly Improvement, and the proper manage which fixes the period when the term the accompanying' correspondence upon the then' in session 'attempting to settle the grot wg CJ rk., '.
.. i -tt increasing cy immigration; scattered over aVast ment of the funds arising, from grants already of office of the first Governor of Florida boundary question; and'at one time I indulged questfod inexpedient;"because, if resolutions JOHS D rnXf.f Leon, S rgeaat-at-Annv

4 extent ot country and to a great degree made, or which may be hereafter made, shall expire. My predecessor claimed the a sanguine hope tbat tbe. controversy were.wanted, resolutions! had been taken ISAAC.WtiJsa.ofValkm, eacer.' fi-
; religious instruction; no subject can appeal suggest the propriety of creating a Board October, 1849, while I .held. the opinion that a resort to the Supreme courts: I, therefore,' the Southern States ; and if resistance was ,The House,effected a,partial,orgtaiutloB laj
I in stronger terms, for all possible and speedy of Internal Improvements, under such 'restrictiens -) I'was duly elected 011 the first Monday directed the Attorney General suspend contemplated' the point of resistance had j the election of'i. .

p. .attention. The fund already realized from as the General Assembly may October, 1843, as announced .to me by a proceedings. Burl was. disappointed;. and not been reached.. The Constitution, that i HUGH; ARCllEK,of Leon,Speaker..
,, the sale of toa sixteenth sections is perhaps ra salutary joint committee both houses of'the General as no other course appeared to be left the great charter of.our. rights, is sufficiently explicit i W. IL MitTO.f of Jackson Secretary .
; sufficient fl Btify ._ commencement of a It is gratifying to knotv that, ior the first Assembly, and that his authority ceased case was te.instated, by my direction, in the to need even no formal reeoAions to | The organization of therllonM was coeaplet.4
: <8vstem of *mmoh school education, if aided time, public attention out of the State is becoming as soon as his successor teas chosen and quo!* Supreme Court' and associate counsel employed elucidate it, and were this not so, the1 dictates -! on Tuesday, by the election DeaR COJIJM,'of
'i fcy laws judiciously framed to elicit cooperation awakened to the immense and varied ified. The General Assembly having adjourned to take prop r: steps for a speedy of intersectional comity are'plain.. Leon, Asinatant Clerk, and'ROBEKT.GrB5o>,* fGadsden
from the Indeed, without this agricultural resources of Florida. A spirit without the expression of any opinion ; decision Both regard the States and their respective EnroDing and fingrowiug Clerk.' \ '
.. any fund wol Peple to effect of earnest inquiry has been aroused, and occasional on the subject, except wlul might be It is doubtless within the personal knowledge !- citizens as political "CO-equals-entitled to In.the contested XA 13from Benton'M rl: Eradle/

-t: .i beneficent of public instruction; and interesting facts are developed inferred from conferring on me in constitu- of every member''of the General Assembly the same measure of right or privilege, and was allowed to take the.at,-by virtue of'a'eertl ,
and with tar I respectfully suggest to but still the means of information upon this tional form the obligations of office, and that the Militia of the State is entirely whatever specious sophistry may be used to Ccate from the eouit; authorities, reaneclllag'tnei .

the Legislature the expediency of a careful important subject are lamentably imperfect.It possessing no power myself to bring tbe disorganized, and whatever 'efforts I sustain positions leading to a different result, one previbnsly! giren to LockharC .. ; '
o:tt revision of(he law already enacted upon tbe has been earnestly I suggested to me from question properly before the supreme 'courtof have been able to make remedy this state is equally abhorrent to that written and unwritten The cfficcrs of, the Homes are all ,,
f subject of common eboc and such further various sources, to recommend to you the the State for a judicial decision had no of things have proved'wholly ineffectual.The .- law.' In the :attempt to vindicate Lelieyo two pemoerats.
.: L- legislation a may seem proper. The first crcatinn of a Board of Agriculture which, alternative but to submit to the construction law is radically defective in principle, our rights under the Constitution, it Kerns wo and ; eicepibg' JohQ-B. LJaa' -, Sttoffirg' -'
:.;:: simple, yet grand and important object, is to filled by enterprising, intelligent and patriotic placed upon the constitution by my predecessor as well as unwieldy and cumbersome. I to me tbat the day for mere moral effect conventions Engrossing Clerk of SertUe. ..
.iI. ;: place within the reach of every child in this citizens, who would consent to receive ; and therefore did not receive the Invite your attention to the elaboration and and resolutions has passed, nor canI The Elertioa Ii Gtorgfa,for numbers etUm
, .t.,, State the opportunity of learning t read and the appointment, might without expense to seals! of office until the fist Monday of October enactment of some simpler and more efficacious see much hope'of a permanent peace be | Sfcite' Coovumtion, leas "nsmlttd, la 'sU''\ eouties i
" write- of acquiring those indispensable ele- the Stale, serve as an important nucleus and 1849, my predecessor having continued law. tween sections from a reluctant compliancewith already heard rrOi,'ta haudsoene 'nwjoritles fat
tnents of education which shall place him in medium for the collection and disseminationof to'perform the functions of office to that The Grand Jury of Leon County having the plain conditions of Ae Federal com the Unloa and Southern U ighU condldiUi.; ','
"f" a position t fit himself for the enlightened valuable facts with egard to the agricultural day. A report of his proceedings, addressedto twice presented the condition of_ the Public pact thus extorted. Nothing short of.a willing i -... .. . h -,
: discharge his important civil and social resources of Florida, and at the same your honorable bodies, was left in the Armory as unsafe,. I am led.to recommend to and cheerful 'submission by all sectionsto Correspondence of thi'lltpdlic*.'.-." t
< .t duties; and the more remote he is from such time awaken a spirit of improvement and Executive Department, and accompanies you an appropriation for the constructionof the paramount law of the Union, seems
-01: opportunity, the greater would seem to be his progress iu the great planting interest of the this message. a small and safe building for.tbis purpose likely much longer to preserve it in real vi- #ui'vxSnixnsFi4 .
L claim upon u for relief. A plan characterized State. It is proper, however, that I should declare to be located on the Capitol 83u re: iality or even in hollow semblance. I ,!'November i 23tb, iao 1f
.!tj by simplicity and economy-placing The terms of office of the Circuit Judges, that I have seen 'no cause to changemy The Board of Managers the Washington Congress".after unprecedented delay and Ma. EDITOR tr-i have 'waited long- fbf

4u the main administrative power in the hands under the provisions of the Constitution, expiring previous opinion. I hold that I was National Monument Association, haying difficulty,' succeeded in adopting a plan of something to transpire at'this place,, as a fit;
.: r t>f county authorities-making the payment i in July last, I re-appointed the incumbents elected for four years from the first Mondayof "extended an invitation to each of the compromise. It was not such as to meet '
theme for
a communication:
of all pro rota dividends from the fund contingent : to serve until the adjournment of the October, 1848, and that I constitutionallyentered States of the Union to furnish a block of the 'Just expectations the people of this promised ;
upon equal o greater sums to be present session of the General A ..mbly.The .- I upon the duties of the office at th. marble, or other stone, the production of its State ; but considering that it is. not often your paper. In''vah I wai ecl. JfJotbinjfwondrous :
.. -:r, raised by county taxation, appears likely to. duty will therefore, devolve upon you I time I was qualified in the presence of the soil," for that structure,! caused a block of incidental to an award fully to gratify bothor or 'fttrpn'sing,has occurred 'for
t.$ be the most efficient; and I feel confident of electing the entire judiciary of the State. I Representatives of the people, and consequently Limestone to be quarried near St Marks, of either of the parties, and tbat no surren- many months to break the monotony of
that should tbe'sam so raised be found, for Upon the subject the organization of this that my term of office will close on suitable dimensions, and texture,-and to be der of constitutional principle! whs demanded
4 the present wholly inadequate to the sup important branch of the Government, certain the first Monday of October, 1852, or as forwarded to the National Capitol, with instructions we were disposed acquiesce in this oar every day life. Even respecting Hotel-
,'L, port of a sufficient number of regular daily considerations suggest themselves to me, soon thereafter as my su.ccessor'sfwJl be chosen to have it suitably prepared .nnd settlement, looking that it should be carried life, there is nothing! of much interest to:.,re*.
r. boots eonl4 yet by the employment of to which I invite your attention.As and qualified. The question of construction inscribed with the name ot the State the, date out in hearty good faith by the other sectionsof late. Company,.has been, *pas J yetjber*
-r-' itinerant teachers accomplish the great object our highest tribunal, announcing the however, still remains unsettled, and of her admission into '.the Union, and the the confederacy. This reasonable expectation has not been a day, for the whole w-
,c! of teaching our children to read and law without further appeal l, and determining will be a source of embarrassment to all following inscription r "Florida sees"'in",bis I am led,'.U) ',fear, by'recent indica season:
M write, by extending them at least two or the rights of the citizen in the last resort time untess settled by the proper authority.For counsels safety-in his tile an examplein cations,-may be doomed'' to'disappointment. on which the waters? ,'have not been troabled

: three month's tuition ia the course of each it is all-important that the constitution this purpose rl proposed to my predecessor his memory a perpetual bond of Union' Tbe ink is scarcely dry'upon the parchmentof by thoseTn, searcb'of health. ,
.f. yes:. of the Supreme Court be such, as in the best to make{a friendly case in toe circuit That provision of the Constitution which the Compromise, before the threat to re ;Early in the season, the fair sex a" .boarders- ,
.1 k The Coutitst Oft-&l this State makes it the degree to ensure accuracy in its decisions courts so that an appeal might properly go declares that the salary of the Governor peal the bill for tbe recovery of fugitives\ were in the majority and there. 4.
1,1 duty of the Legislature to encourage a "lib- and public respect anJ'confidence. Our ju. up to the supreme court of the State for a shall neither be increased nor diminished during heard from sources which leave little room ; was
eral system of Internal improvements" and dicial system has now been in operation fora final decision; but he declined. I now invIte the term of tbe incumbent; relieve me to doubt that an earnest effort is about to be great vat of. gallants.! Their :graceful1:

"a soon as practicable' to ascertain by law period of five years-a lapse of time which the attention of the General Assembly from any embarrassment I might otherwisefeel made in Congress to.wipe from the statute movements:bright eyes and svrtet' JIOt p.

41 u proper objects of improvement in relation may enable us to detect and remedy any defects to this subject, that such action may be takenas l in pressing upon your-attention"! sub book a bill whose only offiae was to affordto at evenFng hours,.hardly had.an ,
41 a to roads,canal and navigable ireaml'l and in its organization. 01 some one,hun will bring the question properly before ject of much public importance. While a the people of the nonsravehblding States The rural seats at' ilobokea" '
** to provide for a Bailable application of dred and five cases presented to the Supreme the supreme judiciary of the State, so.that a system of rigid economy' in every department the opportunity to perform or to acquiescein were lledby
all
of
ikI ** such funds as may be appiopriated far Court during this time, for its adjudication, final decision may be had before the election of the government is.an. imperativeduty the performance of a 'plain constitutional! one sex,and the lost:veil the fallen

.i i ** such improvements." Nothing has yet upwards of two-thirds of that number bay ol my successor. of which I am sure we shall never be duty. Passed as"it,was by an actual minority glove, were songbt after.by ladies only., Soon,,
. ; .. been realized front the munificent donation arisen in the Middle Circuit. If the Judges Twenty.two Bonds of the late Territory unmindful, it cannot be disguised that the of, the popular,'brnuch of Congress, these.fair'.ones.left,.and in their phcea clan,
: i 1 of land by the Ge eral Government for the bad been confined to thir respective Circuits, issued in favor of the Union Bank of Florida salaries the officers conu.cted'Wilh.. the it seems to me little likely withstand 'in a throng of Bachdorv-somei .ot whom
Li purpose of Internal Improvements in this the Judge of the Middle Circuit would have have been delivered to me by order of the Executive Department of this State are 'so that body the' storm of odium' which has *
-tI State. It cannot;however, be doubted that been excluded from all participation in the Circuit Court of the Mjddle Circuit, and I low, as, in effect, to create an odious monop. beeJ"raised against,it, unless a.great'and: linger ,even yet Now 'eo LI there'' tave>

;:i1 eventually, a large sum* will accrue from decision of this large number of casc?, and have caustd them to be deposited in the oly to residents near the capital, or to more unexpected change in apparently dominant, been, ratbfr, more" of-a miiture. a few;' 1iotet'. '
I this grant; and j ii the recent cession to this the Circuit would have been, to all it tents Treasury Department for safe-keeping, until wealthy citizens who can afford to incur Northern.opinion snail take place. WhIle Adams with the 'Eve8>' no 'd4 'bIiigL 1' -!
1 tt Slate of the immense tracts of swamp and without a representative upon the bench. the pleasure of the General Assembly respecting expense, for tbe sake of the honors of office it affords sinCere gratification to believe thata have had some thing ;
,tf'4 overflowed lands within her borders be demoted The alternating law prevailing for upwardsof them shall be made known. I am A public office'of trust which requires the disposition exists with the Federal Admin- roraaatic, poetical; .or.-
1 to the same object, we can hardly fail two years, relieved this inequality, and imposed also informed that a large number of these whole time of tbe incumbent, ought to afford istration and a majority of the Senate of the .humorous' to commun ate.'S 4.
.Ii1 to realize most ample and efficient fund. nearly equal burdens upon the Justices: Bonds and also of the Bonds issued in fa. a competent support for himself and United.States maintain, the 'comproni s Many per'onwill.be sony; to 'I karuthzt,
The provision of the Constitution before quoted of tbe Appellate Court; Since the. repeal of vor of the Life Insurance and Trust Company his family, and to that extent at least, justify of the constitution, we are painfully reminded ATc srsC: Buffingtoa &.,Ryaa Jnlend relurqaishiug
:: requires a "lib'tral ystem"-not dctachd that'law, however, the odjectionable inequality have been paid into those Banks by the citizen living at a distance from the that unless the turbid and' swollen tide of the White ,Hotel t
& fragmentary, : slated and speculative has revived. Referring to the prin- stockholders, and mortgaged property to a capitol in removing here to perform its du fanaticism be""stayed by the' people themselves Spring I"at tbe.
.4 'projects Internal improvements; and the ted Reports of the Court, I find adjudications corresponding amount released.. How manyof ties. At present such is not the case,' and all such barriers must soon be swept close ol the present year. Of CoL ngtoav
41 geographical C conigaratioa of the State is since that time of only three cases from the like Bondslave been heretofore returned the effect of existing provisions has been almost away.:. .Nothing is surer than tbat this Government as a landlord. neejd. gay:nothing,"for yes]
inch, as to. bow the importance of such a Eastern Circuit, one from the Southern, and to the Executive of the State' and Territoryand as entirely to exclude tbe great body must eventually furnish a faithful will; ,know, with. .wbat.satisfaction/ke baj
Except'' four from the Western. 'During the cancelled, I have no precise information. of the from these if 1. : :
1! ysfm. i" common government, operation people officev as, they reflection of the established opinion a' conducted the Jacksootille Hotel
.1 tbe South'; the East, the Middle' and the of the alternating law, appeals were in I would recommend an inquiry into this sub were constitutionally disqualified. Reflection majority and this fact popular lng the.:
confidered'in
:t! "West may be said to have no other community nearly the same ratio; 'so that this inequality ject, and also into the condition of these in must,satisfy us that this ia a false connection with; the manifestations of Northern present year;aad you are well ware of the:.

*.jz of interest. Each stands isolated-per would seem to consist either in the small stitutions.:' I submit, he re' with'a letter from economy, and that its practical -tendency is sentiment upon their :obligations under great i increase of !;palronage :siic'. Ve has ,
.. $ij haps viewing the other with more or less amount of- business in the. Courts of those Cot John. Gi Gamble, President\of the likely to be,, to exclude talent, experience, the Federal compact, justifies a serious concern ; \VAedthe, .Hotel :Mar: be::caatuteVta'
.4 jealousy, and it need no prophet's eye,-to Circuits, or in""the inconvenience attending Union Bank of Florida,.and invite the attention and ability.from the service of tbe State ,to for the perpetuity of the UDio 'The --, -. ..
discover that shall an &ppe&.t. If the J latter* be the 'case", then of the General to the seek channels prosper.1 4
we never enjoy that unity I Assembly. subjects .other where it can find a more repeal or essential modification, of the law '
;;di of feeling so essential to our well' being as a the double objection presents itself, that the therein reeented.- adequate reward. Under a.wiser.and more for the recovery of fugitive slaves,'will i in !Mr. C. E. RTIM Jwi proved fcinwelf''fcere"
State, until bound together by a system of people of those Circuits! ar '.pmctically excluded Application probably.be made to you, liberal system, ,the various:State ,offices judgment be tantamount to a formal a most aflable! and:'lagTecable Landloru nJt
Internal Improvement. We have also commodious ,from the Appellate.Court _by their during four'l'rese session, for the.incorporation might serve to develope statesmen to vindi. and notification the unwillingness record deserves, House that wboU.inmtiieratft;
t; harbors;: on the Atlantic and the distance from the'seat of 'government, and of, another banking'institution.-, cate and do honor to the ;'commonwealth Noithren..brethren ;
I *_ Gulf, but never .till,we realize their full val that tbe people of the Middle' ire prejudicedby While it .roust: be acknowledged: ;tbat past abroad, and -our Slate would. be represented the our constitution, of the United longer Slates to abide by him with *. small! jacome of ,tbowaadV4j

-. i.t ,,a ue as depots of trade, until they are connected the exclusion of their judicial officer. from I experienccinthi5 State ,has'not .been such in the national) councils by.men who' had not serionsly['contended that this. law.is. It 18 shall-only be txpressing. the wishes 'of-"all*

', .' with the producing back country by a the bench of this tribunal. _. i ns to,encourage a favorable anticipation 'of previously earned,character! and public 'Con abuse .or yiolative; CaQY constitutional an who know'him. vfelli i la bespeaking loir,oai,
.. system of improvement; and on the other Another objection 'of.no slight importanceis thesuecesn of such institutions' yet .it is fidence by official servIce at home,A course ) lusineuelsewhere
right.-Theonly
:- Land, a large portirn of the most fertile lands that decisions frequently given in the worthy the attention Legislature to like this.would practically go further to vindIcate be : rational objection' which ,equal to his ann.
can ure4aainst it i ia that it is
,. ; in the State are rendered comparatively valueless Supreme Court by two of the Judges eo as I inquire,whether public convenience, and security .:'tate rights.and sovereignty, than all likely.to The cotniBg yetr.wilIad the Hotel eatt>
- ,by the want of the means of easy to be decisive, of th'use.wbilst; .the two may not be promoted;;,by.: banking the abstract reasoning upon'the subject. As accomplish object..for, 'with.. some 1 degree;.of,;efficacy, more'under th&tipeiviaioa'of.owatv ,
whicb, it. enActed-the
4 ..nd cheap. communication with the seaboard: other Judges hold different opinion-there ;institution of moderate capital, establishedupon the election ol my successor will take place restoration fugitive slaves:was, their tfft SBrrntL :;jt1iongb? ; the hoa mif'
whale .fOr. the"'same' reason immense ana being no common arbiter 'or,fifth Judge to sound. principles and under salutary restrictions before another session ,of i the 'General Assembly to. right ,
fulowners. ffife
_ 1 heavily;tirpbered pine" fegtoos, which otherwise decide this difference. Common reason and ., ". / ,-I invite :such action a*' .will have Without a constitutionat provision cnaoged bahda, wecan assure ,tie ityalidt -.
nsightbe, foniid exceedingly valuable' obvious"propriety.would forbid this ; yet the Having been officially advised 'that a' tbe salutary effect 'of opening the 'door toevery stringently enforcing .this, duty and that, 'tire healJBg propertieB of toe S*b

wholly worthless except. for mere grazing constitution of tbe Court.renders' Isuchji; United State force.: was upon{the ,frontier, ,portion of the State for a.participation historical fully securing truth..thisright isa, matter. of pher Spring 'are still ,the earn*.- We\'fcop*
i, .. sult i inevitable-r-tbus, I fear,"doing injury deemed by the sufficient in that the. Union .could! never
purposes. commanding genera} the bonors bribe
_ _ ? Chief Magistracy, as' have beerr formed : for a'gobdly'nimber of visitors aSirinr Tlb*
aftd true
I submit to.the wisdom of the General Asembly individuals, and causing confusion" and uncertainty ,to'protect the inhabitants'and keep the, Indians well as other Executive offices. ) *jtiaUy- -it is -". -- ? M *' Wg -'tr'w"ft 4
whether eVen 'some of in tbe law itself and.its, adminis ia check and that theUmol'.cannot practical re coming year, w4 rfiett Uie.. : .
,
1 now, plan having alsq learned that : In compliance w itb" the prav isfona,'of.-aD
. z. 9r4 S Internal Improvement might not be evolved, tration. jibe,State volunteers called.out by:.my pre act of. the last General Assembly, the Secretary and pudiation in of, this plain, constitutional right shall.hava been ib a(trOts JaekspnvUJi"to,
d worthy the name of a State system, which -Various! plans have been proposed to"rem- decessor: "would not: be ,received into the ;,of State ,caused,,to. .be'procured .seals duty, the. .repeal l or emasculation ol a Alligator! ; the weans' of 'access 'wUr-U/eo'
should stimulate 'the enterprizep.nll enlist tbecooperation edy these evils,'and improve our judicial'sys UnttedStates serviceIearly; :directed their, with appropriate device; for the :Circuit: !lavrdesigned! to secure arid-enforce, it, It is much easier thi''ino'(fall to Wiwowtt]
of : tem.. My design is not ,to recommend discharge and for idle; ,to contend tbahil: cry of repealeramendment '
I :'pur(people-some plan t any ; ,tfie'payment of'tbelr. expenses Courts which have,been4istrjbuted to the ed iloisel "
has "
1i which should have'.. contemplation the accomplishment particular, plan! Ifliving-ittodhe ,wisdomof home aa there.were no, funds in the clerks of the respective courts in each of the any.foundation ia the,provisions : :' '
of the great objects to which the Legislature to. contrive'arnldetermine Stale Treasuryj by law' applicable. .to this counties i of.thi. State.3; '. : harmonize of;:the Jaw' except in so fares they. ,
1 i. I have alluded- which should unite the waters -. such remedies as.to,them' may seem most purpose, I drew;UpOfl*the; contingent fund, By. a re8olution.of tbol! last General" As- of the and,,co-operate with the, provsions \ sure you that the people in'this 'region -are f.
t of the Atlantic'.with i the Gulf-furnish 1( salutary and expedient. A, return to the at. in .favor/of.' Quarter, Master,General.R. A. sembly it'was made thftdnty'of, the Governor fore ia constitution Its repeal, there' deeply icterestedlQ; the enterprrze .Ko'oni"
,a practicairepudiationof that i inetra- ;
a great thoroughfare of intercommunication Irernating ystem; would, remove a .p irt. of Shine, for.the'sumof ;$ll84.5T.twhich you to correspond withM.:Alexander Vatte-
between of tbe evil.A Court of will find accounted for in bis ment. can contempjat tte re? hsDt such a KO*'
;f4 the cities the Southwest the Pa- seperate Chancery accompanying mare, the distinguished author and .Subil in : <
l,
which,.by.-a'judicious. improvement the equity duties and to Wadded, to'the I also'commanicate iewith my''correspondence changes ,,which duty-I 'have: .caused to be me there ean be no treaaea so ignominious aa that fit U.-will bestowi pbn'tlis hriOrcoeatie.t:
. ;f I wat.cf.coursesOfthjL Peninsula, might unite Supreme.CUu.rt'and; a. seperate Supreme with the'President"of, the United: performed;"and I.have.JKMV the satisfaction which sbmld acquiesce in a violated Constitution Florida's far behind thiagW erInt
I: -%.. all interests, and concentrate. the enterprize Bench .ave1I8 beeti!i, suegeateJl,>But perhaps Slates d' the: Secretary: ol'War! ,. on, the inform,, the General-AsmblythatI'hayerecently : : --nonomow.faUl .thftvwmso: .eivilJibort1,
it; of all section in a truly raluble Sute ,yawn the plan better suited to. the" "financialcircumstaocea ( subject of the claims'of our citizens for military receiyel..a; >ighlyjtitere;i a tinj:communTcatipriTromftbat ultimate throughout tho world-to none ourselves,JON ruinous in .iU'
: : consequences and pesterity
1 of improvement. : Before mere local, of theState, ,'and.which, it i's service and' for ,losscs'sustatned' froth eminenVphilanthrbpisf! Should the General Assembly eoneur with me, sfe iouht beryoa&
temporary ndioleie4 projects shall/be'conceived believed, would go'far,to remove all the oh.jtctions Indian depredations, and'the: removal of'th'eSeminoles '. deaiirng .,.hiscaa1oue plans .and,;.operationalwith; 'a "thb next regular eeeaitn i will net take pJ* 'naJ welt lathe improvement ol boliiiraa
r ;;::: arid broaghtjforwaril divert the at. which have been'raised would bet beyond the limits of this State.It .- of Vrare. :,and valuableliterary, J? TSPd&S"1, *it you ***** proper.to\ !aa- in ber readiness to' dfeabighfi."::
. ,Li t. tention of |be varies counties; let the pub- reorganize the present Judicial Circuits, is hoped hats. bill for.the payment of the works .for ;ou,?Stale';ijbrary;. These: ,have event eta the repeal Executive: of the To'sHire by fry or Slavo resolution,in the ;
> ill. Moreiuioni
; lie mind be dijectedto.sooieihiog which shall by creating a nv. one ;;; thereby making the volunteers called j into service.by.my predecessor beciishipped'froin'hc'! ,city qt New"\ York,' consuminatjoitof any wthor aggrosstra. orthe ; '
;tt ... : be of vast, camjaoflland permanent utility...i circuits'smaller,arid the"duties Jess,'and more ; which hasi already passed one branch and,lIay.be.;expected here,-XVBhcirttime,' at his duorelion to proclaim and convoke measure a;(Con .
"i :. It may reasonably1( apprehendeJ ecbemes equaL. 'This .jla.would give fire Judges to of Congress,'and is now upoa: the,.calendar wheajhey) ,will,submitied*td.'the'Legis1 vention of he people'"f thU SUM. at, such tine ''Pretl.aE"b. -' ,' .. Iat.re.ru..' ,
4 [ /or mere local expndittr. of this fund shall the Supreme Court tl and make concurrence of the other,"wilt become, a lair soon. after lature, with .hiaJjcommuuicationrfor'BucSaction as slater may States comport with harmonious aetiomwith our '.i'-'t'* ,.,".,
of
once arise :hey a .I vastly 'multiply-that ofthree to the; rewsaTof' a'decision. that ; But:Were"areio'hc"i the& ".for.tho purpose of devising -
: necessary tbe.re-asiembling'pf bddy! ,: aa you'may think proper..rTbf ./ a remedy. .It is with Inexpressible pain that
'. S grant to one will faraish only the occasion .' ,li has also beenprogpsedjU; .po ride ; >companies ;of settlers.on the Jrotj- ; l Report'olthe'Statitegiter: .of Pubi the General AssomWytand the Executive must instant, contains &,CsrJsig De4'ky eighteen*
. l Lou rr&nt to'ono: eruntil IJ a.1I>;tbe1'will for two additional sessions of the: Supreme tier,.who were forced, into.service.n.'defence : -, hc Lands wil}. found.an intere8tirtgabcu.mentj contemplate any contingency ImpwriUing the it. firm and indivWaal '0>er f'
.
'1 .ink Mto mere .pfropriation-eefcing Court.to be Jiekl,'one m the JEaftt;"and ,the of tlieir i families and rendered-hard service embiacjpg! "pracUcalyiew: and. '5Uei; well bdity.and of.government which lI.Uiba guseril,," pledging themsetTe i io'lrad*,UnceftfAlZ
)t jconaty clajmlng oaly to get as much ,as .its other trthr: West by:wfakbTarrangement.: ; ,: 'and -'suffered''severe' privations; fdrwhomrasfet tions on the''subjeci of schools; Worthy the and which so like wisely;some discharged proud :moanmantY its great.;functions tottering, 4..il 4',ii'ir.T' ll-'t ";..etti v-A..
iJ neighbor, without regard to the'pt.jeet.to be the:peopleof the,East and. Soalhi':an4: the no provision lia(;ceuYmade? Gcrierat'SlMembly.- < ': +$:: ; 1 ;*- '-' to its fall*Menu to inspire.'deepo.tenso'of grandeur wi
". ccjmplisbed and fte.wlw'I f und.be sqaaiiderel. Westwoul4 j be> relieved=Jro1ri.tbe;: ; er ueIi.ceuity.ot I ,cspe il\l ;::solicit ,.the.ttintj qjrthe( .. ., 1.be Men: thavBoma:; ,ihc'dhvenience at the apparent threatening*r*catastrophe I 'ThU i*aa evaenee of; soolfeern feelififef ,,
: .without permanent l.nefit to the peoe attending"the. Supreme/Court,, GeneraL'Afsemblyto some' *;actionp:;in* their rl : 1il\gY.tb; : and whilo;; U menaces oar safety,;to .call ferth!amor :
.. '. ; 'Notbifig tfjbr of the: early adopuoij at the capital 1 of the Sjate'without add iti. nat behalf*,. :'rbe' rem val of, :.the Indfansfrow ibebneal* ;1 boundaryjarith* )Alabaroa'ovri'*;HwuHJJuauu5on ; the many poignant grateful sympathy and lisllowed'snooiatie and wfct reeoUeetioa s whfefteltuter ) of of'th iht ."
I" 1 tie Legislature.of& .; al to aveVt The ejfysnse Ajien3iii! the of I i a kind Provideaoe. which watched or roujnatioual ; nefreyMhe ontthit[ oves'bGr&
;: iru. Imjirofetntujt, seems likely cpnfiqeaerit o reptalejly_ and thrownupJy: KUicotfllubr(; .it whetbet it ]' heart.t" .
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:E'fcer of the Kws of 1349 aa article appeared law, I will expose. JrttoJe.*front of.t%*Courthouse Art of- '' z; - ,h ,.,', .'.J4cx8O1YrJLD.A 1r. : "COV&T ,'Fi.oBr

Y ojtfcdly again.' tttt. which I still believe eorm Uro,town tT J"k* lle..GII the Colodflflkj '1 1au4ui ot .':, II" : 'mE.TEERs' CAR* S. ROUSE. ; ifV

lyufht to have replied 1ith time. howerer did first Monday of May,:4..DSttIw following tract e'Or7'qny.Ergllsh i ,: .r''TenIInJ ,A .'." :'), ': "!-vI&aiaiSo.., .. L. !5.c-4.L' iu.s ,
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a.I a*than ,Tieljtag; Opinions Of friends'who .f lani or TO'ad'thereof aa.will pay the sxmf priDta'J"CDJIY' I..lnd".:Bsll dressearldt.i.dl rNf:& ..SM.IA ': ,- ; t.o* S .
'as
believed that the prmoipti object wai to try. by Tijrlity i .nt"dollars ;:*ar ninety-one cents, blue'embroidered Crape ebawls; 'QuLmere&Dd: '. @ s l sTiTtJr1 'S; .
those means to drawMiato: a newspaper controversy [ 32 u!,f JIlt! FAme being tie amount of the State Debute shawls worked: Collars worsted Hoods ;fs .AnE1eetoujn.beheWOt4first .beta wdered lo .1. Hun the dn'f \\1

,in whicbJt.was tiwoghtl ought DOt to e4Urk tax **at et1 fainthe estate-;of.Duncan'L, I&iD ..*d fign.ed Caseimeres*.Cloths; .Yectings; I Irrcea )fe day 4r&tebei'Iag,;in the *ssiste& by MrCIIUTOM was

la,BSjheld,Mien &ottc* under the Admiairtratian. ]:CltuchV.certt,levied on said land for thereat and blue Berate-for Veils;'white.and red Third and Fourth Bciga dM of the .&e"d
.This cause barinc owed bynry resfgbatfen IS3 and aW;* par tbe awn sixteen dollars .aunoisScotcb Diaper Kentucky ,Jeans; Ker-. of Florida Mlfitia for Brigadier;.Generals-of II". 5 Ja.atrr1uL. : i
iaf"the appointment 1 held as Collector of an: J finy,'igbtwnts, [SIc 58,3 the amount of the says;.Tweeds white silk and.xolored Handker- aid U adelrtand it appearing*from returns of fIJ' From a'kao.lecfJOjof.Mr.n4Mrs Hartso'* .
tat Aid laud fur the kiefs at .Ladies id':1..1eetion: Ul7toadtlt.b,'itLux B.Ross npprior ualificaUfflM, a. wen M fJrwa Ota wtX, -
this Pert,I now fed liberty and untrameHed, county thi same year together every price; and Gent's.Neck ;of and
ample
fI teitimoniaU ef
the of satUfastotj their
county Colombia elected formersuccess
with all Ties Fringes was Brigadier
; and Battens for
iian new-wary attending said ; Gimp' trimming
I retire from countrymen expense ;
and my
as among ;
Renend the TmsteM
otDel& of toll tabirae
.eeho1&erj hope to U*permitted t1uo"ibour levy and sale: said tmct uf land being situated Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves; Bonnet Trimming; Third Brigacte and EnwUD the eamary *

*, to comply with duty I ewe in said county of l>nval, on the west bank of the Silk Glores;Plain and fancy ,WorkBoxrs; Vases; Houvrsofjhe eo1zhtT Gf Dal1Brl.&dier.Clen.crnloftlie I opportunity reconuncndiag it to tie eaoaU :

?the epectLbIeLlmD comm81 one thai I*we, myself.and certainly fit. John"* nvcr, opposite Pieolata containing French Extracts; German Cologne; Knives Sbis-' .. of Fourth Ed duf.i said.eeond IJIiion ; .3 tratioa sirens'of of foreat*tad guardian who may U d*.
Florida '
0_ which tf. I 'W.- 0 my f'u.- ay ten thousiind and fifty [10,03i;] acres,and bounded son; Kazors. &e., &e.; ''wilh..manl'.other articles respected and JliBtix* .They will.'tWrcfore, be JaW giving refined their.dacatio daughtew.' si wards-a thor l'

tnost ,iross *nd 'uncalled fcnhiye M follow: O..t1le cant by the St.John' river in the fancy line, too numerous to mention.- ;- obeyed accordingly. .
that fa*manner '" Tbs Commanders Thb Ittttitutkw k abated la tirt .ImaMdlato
beea slandered calumniated andPersecuted south by Unite belonging to the same estate west -Call and see.VY. /P. DEWEES. f Brigades above TIT
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I as-ailed < nameu'riD;lit the earliest emily ijf$ th*rfllagt TMadiMa Court House
lands and north lands belonging Octl9-24-tf, day practkable fill : ,ee4 .
to :
and author by public by up .1Kb itio + '
signer :
j"U>e .
byMAmerious. their respeetire o of the most de1iza tfal aad
Staffs,In accordance with the .. healthy tnwM ia the
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Palmer & Ferris the'8Ime old -rr H pro.
meditated mal being an grantURIAH / f .
x&ai infameosfeace of concocted, his Is ( BOWDEN arTEAV GOODS I 'NEW GOODSI-The Tiwons of the Constitution aud.LL'of the Stat; S P TOWNSEND1' AFfrDAVfiW boutherB ejwatry having apop lati.n of aiglt
he contained la hU :writing; object. and efficiently organize tbeirmyJectite Commands moral lufcUatelleetaal suture equal. fat u.
any
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subscriber informs the
himself .11 respectfully public
plfi- sad riaiUe; lie signed Amencns, Tax Collector and Assessor.floral eolU1t,. Unite* .
And report the same to these Head Quarters e. r ti .' ,.
eneraly] ..t he has 'hand assortment f .J ,
; now on a general
American, and called himself a demo- Jacksonville Oct.2tt 1850. 31-tds '
which is j of Ready Bladl made BerofMni.(* ,'EItcu1lrl: I10Pl :, >*aairaiaTitaatteBUaaaf U*yaMM.t*tbs faltew.laf In this lilstirntto-*,ttie whole course of fautratlon *-
Clothing
crat. I being citizen off the United States by the up OSCAR CarS.) th wSl l c'e oa'the
his HAIIT, Adjutant General Vk lt 1 nume Ia tail Otj.-tin taut thorough; pupils wilt aot bopermitted.
.The
to order, and of the best materiaL style
Treaty of Cession had no right to participate in Drool County Tax Collector Salt.KT of cutting cannot be'surpassed.The stock con Second. Division_ F..1L ark ai ij..l,aa*fartt****>tra icta. It wffl a*Mam that iU* .hi fees tfttr Pur study without i asi letlmatsalatafthItlg.Le ;
the AdministraUon "
sJ&rdcd _
any of the advantages by VIRTVE authority in me rested by .ists in part of Black Cloth Frock Coats; .do office a. ,*u tb*matter a 4iRr.it &alOwajk. UMW Striae***. i .
.f General Taylor Americans,native' born lair 1 will erpose for sale in front ef the Courthouse and Dress Coats; Figured Cassimere and Tweed NEW ,DRY GOODS STOUE. tau 4.4 U t*ivjir i... ..1 DI'.IIo.W..fAd .. ally the &M with tUj i c
were thectly true inheritors of the spoils, if any door in the town of J Jacksonville on the k>ats: plain.and fancy figured Cassimere -Pants, "J.--- tautar ti,.,alMl..the">m U*.wi tW OU Dr.',r.sibi -. led of 14tbeula.iTr$.|a tile tlinferrat branches

there were;naturalised citizens should and ought first Monday in May, A. D. 1851; the following do do Vests black satin and cloth Vests Shirts :t;. VT.. BARTON &.,..Ia a.ici... 0..f s._.s.s1se4 which r.ct iIaWiU. ". Koiv wrltraedt'aadreoquired

'tt> lie excluded from any office of honor or of profit; aimed tract of land or so much thereof as will Those in;want of,the above, articles;may rest S jnstreceivca i tr.OIQ'tL North now M omH WM,tk at H..,.r.i-" i1.S"P...414 lent., to gie the reaxott* tat cleh step la.vary
''these undoubtedly!til sentiments. My notWag } H. and aai.kant lbs totUrt ... eaJt1IlaLi. .'
were s* .ur. it .1 ifr'kab.ga.ai1ft. ..hlt' -
the State and .County tax assessed will be low 1 r
against assured that the at for
as as oflera
a native, and of sJfknish origin,he certainly pay prices any Sale in the building formerly 1)C.cupacd .' -. Tie da h* Jfq.l flrw1aiaIntieg, Wf aa\aaC\ .4
the Benjamin Thompson and due thereon for tho establishment in the city,as I am determined thai as the Post Office;a new and handsome isortmcnt Work
telieres he couLJpack upon me with impunity s Bat we an a**>Ui( tk.tta4T. .!ZI ,and JdiiD" under the hia*-
year A. D. 1S5O together with nil necessary expenses no one shall undersell me in an article of the sainaralue. cfYnncyaid
of 'having said Staple Dry.Goods. which drate gtre% of AM la>
harge he made apilUlt.1I1e.\ my Vv*J aad tb* *b a* iaatftrtionNorthorFoaUs -'
said sale' traet VfSL P. be
attending levy and aid UEWEES. offers at low
what be represents I did with mpect,' to our gal- very price. for Cash;, and reepecLn'y.inritf I ThECARDS jrberetbtsebranchare
of land is situated in said county of DnvaV on the Sept2G3rj&,Store, Bay st. the Citizens of Jacksonville and the taught
uat while In Mexico. None could whi tf..iia. : more thorotfgfciy ,
little army ,Dviidti'.1 ..a ,"r.'Tf or aeienUaeany. f ,
east bank of the St.John's river twen to caU
bar felt more anxiety than I did for the and bounded' ,follows containing On the Vicinity elsewhere and examine: his Goods' previous. topurchasing .k say .d ialipuc..cart ..vs b.4 4 aU .. The atrietcA .im he paid to the moral >. ':
the honor of the Flag and Army oi my ty-one acres, as Jacksonville Hotel. ; 'Also P. ? !. and.general deprk, at of the U4 r .
safety or west by the< St. John's riveron. the north by Z4 and 4-4 Venetian Start m.d es.spulUs .w .u.... w sepusesasy rooar >**; 'j
in Carpehng from U.to while at the time
same
Adopted country these Baited State And a Subscriber the "$-Mala ntena.ec say..i'.a1..u.wblasiMi ,every UZ..f&&ariM
1\t. the east having become purchaser 25 so.
land belonging to A. Read and on firtHE ecntsv _' ,
T.cnniary view,intending to follow the Army, I of by lands belonging to Moses Curry, on the south JL and solo Proprietor of this well known 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do.JSroin 45 .ynparatta. k..a a*ott Dt.JMl 4K_.'. I n4- influence will be as carefully $.. ,.

course hoped tba.'Tic should have crowned by lands belonging to the heirs of Egbert B.Bird- IOTEL,"respectfully informs the public generally I 1-2 cents. to arU1a ad, b.., M .e Lal)a Wik ki4... The scfcolartie year"of tea months is irideli iat*> !

.rery action fan whieht'.Bhanoed to enter into, asa aaJL. that be has added to the former house twenty-odd 4-4 Super Rag do.371-2 cents. 1CB1un.LIS.2ROTHEB8 CO..104 sat loi Jokm 8t:. two sessions ef fire mouthe each Tik first eMt' > .; t
at in those that were beaded and lead by the aw "if" aieneonim.neeJ.a the.second ., I
inJaaaaThe .
? URIAH .BOWDEN morecomfortable rooms with over five hundred Kip Boots and Monday p"r ,
heavy Brogana. -,
fBaena\lsta7th4; great man that patriot feet front with-pfeuzulafront and rear, making Women's,GirU and B -. )1usu'o.tix&'corn.; & sra. >rW flt iAa 1'1.aJkl: to end LeGte the second Monday III J. '. S-- "
; ,.BooUes.
the iauaortal Taylor. (las this truly great man Tax Assessor and Collector, lintel county. it as comfortable as any Hotel in the South, .Men's Black Silk Hats 7 from $2 to 3.-. '_ erHo M,11. TVfc second to comateaee *a tae.cocad Monday .. 1.
Jacksonville Oct. 26. 1S30. 31-WI
acaped their renomoni arrows tAn ; 'oaTotlucocx; tTOOD ta MaUea lu.Juhr and end.bfoforethe eewl
which now will enable hint to accommodate ort Mens and Boys glazed'C.J1II. LaM K.t* JJonday U .
expression somewhat similar to that charged His table will be HAYILAND nde 1& CO. MiLieu Pwrmber. Pupil eaa enter at .thae ? -
one hundred and fifty Majons: Silk and Gingham.Unibrefla.- ,$5 Lam, do any aa4. "
against me, I understand was used by an in- JDtrvof County Sheriff's Sale. under the uperintendeM of an experienced csaTet flags. DAVID T.'LANMAX,(t Water Street' d. will Jy1le charged until the.atth. term.- :J

iridoalia the neat ohirguDlent but who meant BT VIRTUE authority rested in me bylaw louse-keeper of the Jsorth, by whose sad he Hatters Ladies elegant New Style '\\'hite an3 UClbred ttAYDOCC,COKL1E* It CLAY,sic rein Kmt.. do Pupils derive gnm adraAta ;'o..t'ft.bl'r.

nothing by it,as be is is rood an American as I lihallupo. for sale,in front'of the Courthouse himself be shall not be rivalled by any Hotel Fun Bonnets Ladies colored Straw Bonnets and OSQOOD,k JCNHUf GS,'133 rearl Street 4.LMlZiOak lag at the bexmning]: 'rh.tena. .
Americns orer was or may". and I rather think ) Young ladies pursuing the full MneWm. .
door, in tho town of Jacksonville,on the in the South;beiag now enabled by the constant Winter Hoods.Also him '
"hat a little more of tV true pluck, than Americns irst Monday in December next between the steam communication Savannah and Charles- Canton CruDe and Cashmere Scarfj CO,214 Strait 4e .ceive diplomas or certificates of graduatia.COCRU l
Shawls
-cause why Americus chose to leave him alone, hours of 12 and 2 o'clock 100 head of stock cat- ton. to have the advantage of the fine markets of Ribbons, Inserting and Edging, together, with J. S J.r.TRIr?,90*12 MaId.D L J* iTCDY. .

knowing perhaps what would have been the consequence tie, fire pair of oxen and one timber cart.* those cities. In addition he has mado arrangements assortment Hosiery, Gloves, Gingham", Chint-- RUST IIOpOUTDX,8S Jolla Street aaGBECNLCAT : or. .

; but myself Jing of Spanish origin, Property levied upon to satisfy an IIxeeutionlnfATor in connection with tho Hotel at all timesto set, Alouslin* Do Lainew Cashmeres,Shirting XIN8LET 44 Coctiaadt it 4* Trio course of study divided in fiv**lassea. 1

could with impunity be charged with the assertionon of Joseph B. Watts against Wm. Had furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation Sheeting,Osnaburgs,and Tweed Cawhneres; also WALTER B.TOWNSEKD"CO.,a isorl& 4* lit, ; .

the grounds that a Spaniard must be a JUexiRT dock. Fi.fa. Watts vs. Haddock. of his guest. arariety of Smallwares White and Colored Shirts,, OLCOTT KESSON k CO, ut MaMaa loaM la. Sliutitt vf tit Jtvtnilt Dr irtment.tr* ,

%, and no one must presume, to doubt it, afier.Americus' Property pointed out by. defendant. The increasing rtpttUtlctjfbieh the at. of Black and Colored Silk Cravats, &0. tc. .JOSEPH C. TRIPPE US Maiden Lea; 4. metic. Keadingi. Writing,:and Juaatal Arith i.
version of it.' As I have before stated JOHN G. SMITH SheriffD. C. Florida in the estimation of the medieal Jacksonville Nor 2Sth -
possesses 18SO. tfMen's 'roU. rALANCA, w John st .
"the whole is a malicious fabrication of slander and By T. N. JIcCORMICK acuity, for the.cure of consumption and otherulmonary Frit.****-- Rj i-P; jtjO4ra Gsagrsphyrsmaar t
Maidaa
calumny,and the so object was to persecute me increase MONTAGUE WARD CO,8t taai 4* ; Writing.had. -_
Sheriff. hoe induced vast
Oct. 31-tds Dep. > diseases, a TRIMMINGS
"to the bitter end,because in v being an American of travel to this State during \. fall and winter TRIl\IltllNGS. THOMAS i'MAXWELL, 18 wins* st. & Settmd AriaimcUe .-, a.r-

cititen under the Treaty *f Cession with naim of those ho seek the relief afforded by a IACX&iNROBINS ft CO, W4 Wetrf StOEABAM'kCO1iOOldSZip 40 tar; Botany,J/ukrt OograpJayrlth UM use*f '

I therefore pronounce him, Americas a wilful,lying 'Nauau County Tea Colltdoft Salt. milder months atmosphere; and in view'of this fact the ,'TUST, [faabinnable RECErfED: a general assortment of the Globes, Pan ::tEzereiseK, History ef th* .

; miserable creature. virtue of authority in me by law rested I subscriber has determined that his exertions to Gim Ribbon Trimmings consisting of Fringe, MAui It Ndnxiinop, ta Pelt si BY Loop Cord and Bat ltes2in
Teryre3>11y.your obt. serrt., will expose for isle in front of the Courthouse merit the patronage which shall be ,bestowed The Ladies will find this assortment Fancy to be tons.- { It COFT1N,*| Purl St. o* SpbtThg; 7ttbr njat' .1. < .

'lee U ) SANCHEZ. door in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon. upon him shall be without regard' to toil or en.penec. best. In the city. Call and examine.. 'the INOERSOLL k BRbrilEB,ttO hart st A> heavens WoreestW'liliislory.Studi&! : Geography' Analytical of Botany th*
200 of land owned by
inJanuaf1.ltiSl. acres GTOY.J.cPoDTIDe. .
day SAMUEL nUFFL
WM. P. DEWEES,Brick Store,Lay st. I. A TAHNESTOCK CO,ct Joha. j ,- .u ;Parsing in the Pfedbr Keadin* Essay.Writing
Sarah Petty so much thereof as will 94 92 tf ,
or
BOAIlpING.: taxes due thereon. from 1945, and all pay E. F.. October 3,1850. NOT'28, 1863-tt. la ...** ..with tki wl |1..aa uuraat.f a Cart ..*- (daily,) Composilkm Writing... :, .. _

.' necessary S Ciaaikjilt tk. ariadpal rcteU *t.,i.tM tiir..MMfKtazlj Senior&vdeAts- Cieetaetrj,Algebra eoaemded:
expenses attending said tale. Boundaries described Bounty Lands and Pensions. In Eastern allea P4I 1.. .. a..s 1In_ i be V.i' ..
Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single on the day of sale. Circuit Court of Florida, Dntat. Trigonometry, Chemistry, .Logic, IntelUetaal
tvtklj rfcjdaiaat PY.taair tUaar alj. la thIs l> Moral '
families 'M fuund at Mrs. FLO- A. J. BRADDOCK County, -
persons or can ma4e Card tar*ar*a. lye aplaioas tail autttt. Oil Dr. Jak *- phy, aDd *
mIlE undersigned, having arrangements { waHaSwaBr *
TARD'C-the old Jacksonville hotel (which has oct 2-J.td. Sheriff and ex.off.Tax Collector. JL with a competent Agent in the City of George Burt phrf.j 1 TwaMa4' Suisparilla to TH. 8art aariU aa* fat :

been thoroughly repaired and reiterated) to take Powers ot TS. titftrails la ts lr iitianUta t* B. T.'t artUI
opposite Washington, are now prepared ,
Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. ruhaHaDandElixabeth Jlea PiI4tr; tirmojr: .
collection f [
Attorney for the of Bounty Land .
the pnUieaB .ffi.e, Bay street, Jachsonvifle -
East Florida. Oct.24-3m It Y virtue of authority in me by law vested Claims and Pensions and will give their strict Hall, his wife, defdU. J CARD TO THE PtBxthI. Jnrenile Drpartmat'toer: sea of 5 months, f TO d, .-

; i I will expose for sale in front ofthe Courthouse attention to the : Petition tot the foreclosure of mortgage on West I .'. First ot; j if1 -1214.

9150 nKW AnD. door,in Nassau county on the fourth Mon Address Half of lot number fiva .in Square number ten I ., the u.aenlp. n.iiaa. .d DW .r ltw Second Class. I IJunior II r' ." U 00

day in January 1831, 123 acres of land owned by MCQUEEN MCINTOSH, situated in :the town of JacksonriUe, county. I T rk,Brooklyn u4 WillUfcik.fi. btt i JJ.}1& ',IC. .' .IN 4 '

HAVING been inforkied that on the evening Joseph Suaunerlin or so much thereof win pay Jacksonville E. Fla. and State aforesaid. .m> pcrtnal vhvs cr t"nl BMHU it fbit*,**waM4s, Senior Studies, 'i" ...' ".>1

seventh of Nomnber. at about nine #2 97 taxes due thereon from 1345 and all necessary It appearing to the Court by the affidavit of J. Sal.aparfllaL pf lbs dmims f r.f TT 4>f.MI .arfi.,.i ,U* Music on Piano (|.M ." 250)

e'eloek.ITe men came $d the house of a negro expenses attending said sale. Boundaries CHAS. W. DOWNING, McUobert Baker ee. Attorney tot the Plaintiffin .risi.a 5rnparWs we ban asebiat to...SM lea.t.Ii Uaeoflnstrmaeat. f .. *<$

woman named MATILDA, who resides at the described on day of Capitol. Tallriassee, A!. Fla. ih0 above entitled ease that the said Elisha t*." .that teatttr ktvtta $&IM8ttI.. 1st*k fart IbM Drawing andPacatfng, -+' IC; -U.. 15 10 Oio >

month of Black Creek and stole two of her sale.A.. J. BRADDOCK, $September, 1S50.CO Hall is not to be found Within the jurisdiction of w.0.1"''(!T.th.r** ...why*.|M I t3 ilt aa4 sell Old Wa ..Work ana Embroidery,eteV. oa

children the ca* a girl named JUDY. aged oct 21-tds Sheriff and ez.off Tax Collector. : News, Ancient City, and Ocala Argus thin Court, but is supposed to reside la the State Dr. Jueb'..tea& French paalsh-,aid- 'Italian each; ( 10 00It
*bout U years,very blacK complexion stout and till forbid. of TUM. sad isa.tht,akli w jdg whttkcr be art 4*<*i*,n sal will bepeTceite4thatlUpertermj.th.

well grown the other bby named CIIA.K.LES copy It is.therefore -Ordered That the said Elisha .i 41.sad ..a to W tmttW." ky a.4. highest price that Jraab| >charged for tattiaa ia

aged about 10 years of j. rather yellow mplcx- Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. Administrator's Notice. Hall do appear and answer the said petition within L Omr uptruoM asS.\. .. .Tt utUflU t 4,k.t U>* I the Literary and SctrtJlifib Branch*;.Including .

ion, we hereby offer reward of four'bnadrod and Y virtue authority in me by law ve.led.1 Hon. the time prescribed by law judgment will be 014 br.) '. SarMfetKIla pttttM Bart.t4i al >*wtr asS.o- the Ancient Languages
weeks after date I shall to the
.fifty dollars for the recorery of the children and B will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse SIX of Probate of Nassau apply county for letters given against him in default thereof.It ta. Uua S. P.1'."....'.asS lbs t rti..y ef lbs;
conviction 5t the thieves* door in Nassau county, on the fourth Monday is further ordered that the above notice be "..U MtBi'to U the late*. and wt alwiyi auto it a mailer
of administration on the estate of Mary Geiger and Philosophical ,and a well assorted
ffi. II. SANDERS, .f Maieitatt aid tat7.whta t*. lM Ike mat
.arti
January, ISM, .0) acres of land owned by deceased. JACOB GE1GER. published in rome newspaper, published in the Classical HiatdricaJ,andMiaeclLuMoaji Library.
Gnardiaii Matilda.. the heir of GriflU or so much thereof will pay Nassau, Oct. 3lt town'of Jacksonville in said county once every aunt sad f*Tf.t ting t*au.the am.iiIn ia aiukttt :
'.. McJNTOSH, #9 90 taxes due thereon from 1845, and all necessary : county, two week for fourmonths.THOS. sill that whiah wt*taii4tr the hat. Tha at that LI' N.fl.Ydea1MtangbttaiUth.lwithoutchargu.
JOHN. L. IL4.J nLTON. 1'..._.. has tly startdt f. att4 and J 1 J7 .. '
expenses attending said sale. Boundaries described DOUGLAS,Judge Jto., &oOT. lanajlarWa gr ra ; : .,- r.
THOMAS J. IIEXDRICKS. on tho day of. ..Notice.All 20 i. xyUdsdtha htttlts tbtrMr firlxg grill dioatUtMtin t* One-half terms of tuition are considered da*hiadraaee

30HN-A. 8UMMERUN. A. J. BRADDOCK persons indebted to the Estate of Eliia- J. McR.1 BAXXA, Esq ''.AU,. cur caiMawftk has nicenesS a*ia.t(iHMtatt*f Ut at the middle ef the torn.

GEOllGE FLEMING. oet 2.t-tdl Sheriff and ex. off.Tax Collector. beth M. licrrie, deceased are required to I, bad (lttnie, Clerk of said Court do ."*art,ntkt. Wkta uktd by tr tmMBmtn fair tiaiaj Scholars front abroad anI*Uhf
&n rr1oridian.; N. O. ', and Saranah wh.h v*Wifrrt scOt all airraatiUaal*U aa tba ia
make immediate payment to the undersigned and hereby certify that the, above is a true cf thefamilyofthePincipsJortapelyat.fam.j.w: -
copy
Georgian win iJeate"pr.Xo..14U hat w*i *ald cti bediMs U Mag car aradmaah to OU iJaua the to,. U>. -. VE.
Nassau County Tax CMedofs Sale.By all persons having demands against said estate the order of Publication In the above entitled cases '
.__... With
Dr.Jaaab 1' that vtov.wt have tbs flk- W. PARH AMOBF
)
are requested to present them properly attested on file in office. Prcavieal.
virtue oT authority in mo by law rested I my .. nta. iia lbs ow DTan /
lit t* aacld*It wa an ia | (
within the time prescribed by law. Witness m,hand and the teal of said Court ; A ;BR1.BO.i .
Will for ia front of the
Conrt-
expose sale I tUa that Brafataaia whiia tt attait ta dtam a* adlaalMSilMaadVMvaUBSthcaaaiMar
HENRY HOLLAND ExMator.Sept.l9th. 1869. .
!
. Notice in Nassau the fourth Monlayin tisi thiii Nwr.2M. I [ BUNTING,-
aTiators.CUSTO31 house
ic door county on th*aatate a*aai-
tf.Adasliilstrator' II. V".GAR IE Cterk C. C.
B\ C.Columbia .
18. B.
THOMAS
: _
April, 1351. 229 acres of land owned by the .,aaaMtM4 ia iw User ,
Nor. 23 s i
110 USE hem of Francis Sanchez, or so much thereof i1 U. MAYS .
Notice. niUa >4lka,V..>.ia Oral k C.1.1T..
.
F.braJrl.f'JSSIL' TraUac.rgB .
DI"WCT or ST.J 01'*. a*.will pay 9& 46 taxes due thereon from 1845, C. o.l'--"an. 5D. .
.J Port-cf Jack. avin,Nov._let, ItfSO. and all necessary expenses attending said Bale SIX months after date I shall present my a- County Tax Collector's Sale. G. A. Ii vns MJ>. IJJ rWry .. Ce '
boundaries described on day of sale. and vouchers to the Hon. J ndg Of BY vuiTUja of U1)rit11n me by law rest H. D> 1, JI. D.lXlaatkia .,. ClTiaftoa 4C. .
: Oa ejr about the first of May next the following frobrt for Dnral county for a final settlementas H. Passes V.D. W Oranwiah ar.Bam t. Madison Male( Acaderny.
ed. I win for in front of the
A.JURADOOCK. exprtSo sale Courthouse D. D. Btlk>>, Mv Ih IBS A Y C IS
'
changes wiU1 enja4e with the St.Jvha's .
> Buoys a( Administrator of the estate of Joha Midd-!
the of Affi 1. atrbcUa ft Carrtttt Esad.J
doar in town 'rn1 the ft
lot 21-ts Sheriff and off.Tax Collector. .th1I 1StIL1U.
thi ex. .
Bar. I notice that *
give so all narigators ton, deceased. ,. A. /aba cu.:11.ISI9-tsthA yo. Va
first 3/enday. June D. 1851 i37 acres of .
mar wideWandr'w1>en this change is mad.,. W. JONES C. e; D. 0 Cth AT.. JL resstsedonthefrroud3Ioadagif.wy
THOMAS '
Nassau land owned by Smith & Webster tor K mirth Dr.G.. Ktwkr.lt. D SI Caaal la 'under
what the .law Is relative to Buoys, &.' County .Tax Collector's. Sale. I tin cuMrihtcndeaeo direction of
will the State Dr. Pap. If.D. Btaaai..F iijrt& Aa
tI. Jdmiirntor. thereof and
as &Y county tax due
aaat.
"That hereafter all JJaoys along the coart or virtue authority in me by law rested,'I thereon for and all Dr. Tna i. 3/l61U.t.I.. MC Mr.B. Z.UAUE1M lite gridnata of ColambiaCalkf -
*ia harbors BY 1850 necessary expense attending C DvGraai TL S.D.WS Bx ai* a* e.. !
bays 'swmU or channels, shall be will fur sale.Hn front of the Courthouse ) FreinLfiowedevfMr.Galden',
exfiose said levy and tale. -
P. PTIMS. )tkr.M toJ.'ViOmll.
B. .M.D.
'eutored and nnmberJw t1s passing np the in Nassau the fourth Monday Notice. .., capacity aa a ab4ihd;1 Tram ,experian
door county, on Boundaries tkdcribed on the day of sale. I...' ...335 5Iaat.t
'eout' r sound,.r *nt-rri iag the Lay,lia'rb.r or in January, 1851, 100 acres ofland owned by NOTICE is .hereby given That application A.J. .. N. Ciltaritt, M. D. *M CaaalH. as. and trial Cfirte tKiqparter of the last year jasl
channel red : ol.Wih :r'eren DUlll ers shall be I. .Marauder, or so much thereof as will made to the next General Assembly r.WRIUHTi L.. P.. M.D. .Caaala. t.? dosed, as well as:fHu i the most ample and sataal
pay Sheriff and of.Tax .
Assessor
:passed'.n the fetarboard hxnd bUck flue,*with $2 46 taxes due thereon bom 1843, and all necessary of the State of Florida, for the passage of an Act and Collector ex Columbia Ckaria P. Y&X.II.,.IG5 O OUT r 4* factory testimonials fJurmeteeieu the Traa- .
tmmbers"on the and to ST. JOUSTS SEMINARY eo. C"I\ i tees if.tbTs Aca cWj! t&hesitaUHgrraeaansead
tevea pijrt band I&. OTS with attending said sale. Boundaries incorporate Sassy Triataur,J7 *
r.d ud Mack stripea ofl ither hand. RIOTS U described expenses on the day of_Ie. OF LEARNING, at Madison Coa -Uo.. Alligator,:Nov. 15th, 1830-21 tdi C.A. .. D Ti MD.XS Grand If aaraa f lat a it to the consideration; parent aad guaiQiaat

channel.' to be colored with alternate white A. SHADDOCK July 4, 160. tf **A.SMJr.i>*|B f. lUam ass OnuS IS whoidsbe dedreos placing those under Jtbair
'and black perpendiralar j.e..", Columbia County Tax Collector" Sal J.it.wsisisaav..e 4. charge w a ntuatjud. offering inducements of
'ISAISJI D. HART.. I, .-ect 4-ttls Sheriff and ex,off.Tax Collector. Notice au. L, CMC rnstiia.asI IS healthroUnelsbf Ireitwn and high moral aad ia?
OT VIRTUE of in law
r'Nassau authority me by vested C. K nk.JItI Clttry 4.Is otter
aov7-tlstm Collector. HEREBY given that application will be I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse Bniaaalt ,*...S.rlac 4aJaMpaJUm teDcctaal culture inferior to no Ia tM "Ut-
Cfcmtfy Tar'Cotltdor'< Sale. IS .. .,... era Stadtntt be at ttii
to the General Assembly or the Stat. in the town of the first 131 .C.,. i i, '* country may prepared
door Alligator
wO.bM. .'. ATUaaP ,4. to .
PROCLAMATION BV THOS. BY virtue authority in me by law rested, I Florida,at its next session for an act cf incorporation Monday in .March, A. D. ISH. 40 acres of.land Alkart AUx. P. .,*VtiO Betratoa UwUf :. 4. Academy. enter any CoEegt & the Uaitaiwies.

BROWN, will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse : of a Plank .or artificial Road from owned by Joel Pope, or so mn.ch thereof as will AIrWMia. ".riell *<.r. HaSaaiacl .._, IS -.....' i.r .. ,-, ,_ i

GOVERNOlt (ff 'FLORIDA.TIIEItEAS.'ithaeen door in Nassau county,on the fourth Monday i seine point on the Atlantic of St. John's, via pay the State and county tax doe for 1S3O andueccfuvy D.D.'.Tarter..*367 4I URIS.BlMckar.. .. The strictest attention wmbe paid to th*-raJ

made known to in January 1l51,400 acres of bind owned by Madison court house Tallahassee.JSept expense attending said levy and sale. JMhaa Grass XM Ckaaiken. :-, ./ .. deportment of the stedenta both by the Tress
me
Y'% that OZIAS T'' Wpgs. was commit- the heirs of Mills Drary or so much thereof as 12th 1830.; tf._ Boundaries as foUow*, to wit: T.2,R. U. S. 34 Xvrilla a...". fatrLtvr.Cress > i: ** and the Teacher.:'Th*Academy is located witha

't.d to jail In the eonnty of Marioa in'this State, will pay $9 94 tares die thereon from ISiS, and Other particulars made known on the day of sale. J.B.W.Parker CUic&i., *.*O.. D.)171"1.4J Jant AT.**r... CarraU BcaaUra.4. the immediate Ticinifcr the rQlag*ef Madtso*

Ton the 4th iart., on the cKcrge of having broke. all necessary expenses attending-said sale',. .Bonn. Notice.TO A. J. WRIGHT, C.D.Ayna. AUaati**r. Hcarr .. Coort-llonse,.in er;pear"whfch.cood,boardiag
darks described on day of sale. S. P. lM4a.Cavr. AtUati* .. maybe obtained en*ssat ya8tn4s1Icns. *>
'into and robbed the P4t Office or.OCa and THE OFFICERS ANti SOLDIERS SHeriff and ex of.Tax Assessor and I. HatekkiM. Jr.7 u.i... S.Braakira .
'that he has since from A. J. BRADDOCK Collector Columbia co. .. .. achoF.utieyeawlU be ifivided into tw* jresKini et
escaped jail and is now a OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE c::X. WnIh$ (.1. Saekttt
foriliTe from justiee: .' ee 1 21-fds Sheriff and exff..Tax Collector. Alligator N Of'. 13,O-21-tdJ: I. &,. 137 Curs Co fir*months eac& Tb*' first. ssioa> .,- *|
I ,THE DEVOLUTION. 5. PraMMh S Ifyrtl Arraaa *. on the second Monday t in January;'last aad wiU
Now.-tberefore. THtJMAS BllO\VXGov
'mor tor die State,of FJurida. d6 hereby charge 1! Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale.;. BY a recent Act of Congress, officers and sol Columbia cou"ty.Ta.t Collcclor't Sale. 'C.. .C.IiILliuik1.ot.Ba2tI.. SauU.>r. Balia.. .L- '.. : -4 aa. end before the second tb Monday Maadar J. ae "Th Jahz see-
oDd to second
*mad command all the cavil' officers this State virtue of authority In me'by3w rested ]I rI (who have not received) are entitled BY VIRTUE of authority in me by law rested /. BaJ...Ml Mrnla AT.cat. OaOaU :r *,klyaJ. and end commence'*.Friday n tcwr the second JIaoday ia lp
wlUiaaBakar
'aad call upon all good eitiiens to aid and asaii. BY.will ro1'at' 1b.. to BOUNTY LAND for services of one 'month"or the Courthouse D. KnTiluaSuraatk. -
exp jN ; front cf the Courthouse I will cipofW.for sale', in front of .* .tfl-M 4.C December tW allbwini? a.sSort-.itaeatiMi at thq
Ma the apprehension et the said. Thrgpen. and J doer in Nassau county on the fourth;Moa- more; the widows,and minor children of those door in the town of Alligator bn the first fl. CW'-.1f:'ortSiwi Orsasuich.. Ce end of each,eop.8Lidezsjwih b.R-qaJred t*
'safe delivery to the sheriff of the said of deceased are also entitled. The Subscriber will H' TlBa_ "SIP a.* Is
Marion'or to tho ahe'rift" of county in this clay In January,1851,400 acres of land owned by undertake at a_moderate the Monday in'March;A. D.1831,440 acres of land Nm, ..... 8Braa* ajrt .". .. ,J,. v -4af pay half(be tuition ffr;sessronja.adraaoa, ned
'-I. any county the heirs of Horatio Low, or so much thereof as compensation owned by Joseph B.Watts; or t& much thereof 'flTtJIi .,IISO4 with,peaS.pleasure k.""CAD TOTBX1 the balance, at the end cf the session' *. -
claims of those
'State.Mtx.saidihlgpeu1&bout interested.
: : will pay $1 65 taxes due thereon for 1830 and all Having been employed win pay the State and county tax due1 by said Joseph PI1.Lt.7: a.fottfc ky,arm Stat, P1UW..t Draaaid ,.', I. .;-" -:
: ( 21 years of age. necessary expenses attending said--sale Boundaries in public office for several years his experience B. WatU in. said county for the fiscal year :l'UT Tm9: : .,
,
... .
"!.&feet 8 or 10 inches hiejh-has black hair dark described sale in such matters will enable him to afford great said levy UUCitrfKw? k. tkaaaUTawuaat' we 4. ;
'complexion ,rather square houlilers, downcast On.lor'A.J4lkADDOC1* <, facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS ItSO, ancI necessary expenses attending the daY of we. -.,.te'.*kl kyranid jaM BMlwiaa**!.. 'ori1th.Rediag'and. Penmanship, 11

"look feminine voice.aAdirpcaks nlowly. .' and save them great deal of troubl udAll BoundarieS' described on U firer pi OLD BX. JACOB OWXSZXDh2 US. Ir sessionI._ '-. ., .
A..J.T. WKlutll ,
oct 21.tdsSheriff and ex off. Tax Collector ,- Arithmetic,GeograpoTl EngCsn Grammar
'
,
IAPA.n.L'J'Jlr I. P. Ttavaai va.taa
la testimony whereof I have hereunto set my anderpense.'Where .he obtains nothing, no and'es of. Tax Assessor and j
: .hand and caiud {to.. be affixed the'rreal charge is made. All letters post-paid will receive Sheriff Collector Columbia eo. Ca4.{Kaad.4*.mt ralally.41st to.IiapIaI. HistoryCoppmationandEloeatie*, ISMAltf

'. '[L....] aal of the titate( Florida at the Capital Nassau County Tax Volletipr'i Sale prompt attention, and the necessary forms 'and .NbV. 15. 35O1tdsCthinthia W*w... thrtor, *.B.. mtUa.ly: >a aiaMa4 tk*aiak(a rn, Geotnotrv } IsIaphedcs1.

: in TaHabiw, this 2Sth'doy of Oc virtue of thorityin,ine bylaw rested J. instructions sent. AllIgator _. lee Old DI'.JaV SanaparOla.' iairiM.( .;T.'t asl4. Trigpnocjetry Measaratioefof' Jy .arfaces,

-tober.A.D. Ufi ../. ..... BY 1 will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse : .C. W. BENNETT Att'y. Tat Collector's'Sales :Jtatac f.liiI't- .BrtUawr1JHr* .Uok Th..ot &1id .."J

Th0iIAS 'ItOWN doer In N assatrcouniy tb e,(nrthpATen- -. Washington,,!).. C.Deleter county 3.r.Ca ..1I"AIa,'. Ci .*f C.l.auJ. ecthpusJiIect.i1ill tit .
'..!" Governor. day in January.1851.,400 meres of-land'owned b1&ymo1U' 1850. tf BY VIRTUE of aath6r1ty. i jn me rested bylaw Clih. Lai CM<*r Paaa. Calctuur rt AMru atMb-olncu 13iuoe |>Irj;
: she Go AtteFt ''much thereof 'I will for sale In front of,th! Courthouse Dr. D. W. Dyad ft Saav Phfla.. <*aJka Astronomy ChcmUtry', Botany, Utncr,.
131 Picket O{so as will pay expose O. ... P.MT U* &beUtfie Lorie 'EtoVaenU
C.V.. Dowjnjt:: *ciretary'.f State. $9 90 taxes due thereon from 1845,and'all necessary .J.A.lE 5 :striji.ivAir. door in the town 01 Alligator on the first J.W. Slmoaiso. PaajalrrUla4a.. 'aiogGeolog7 it ] .-

''boY7-6t. [.i} expense attending said sale Boundaries .ch 'U: TVhltalterY :'near lirWt Monday in March A. D. .llS; the following t wi SebidS..c... AUn. 4* .Criuenmu Miaral.ise.isgyEcouomyl ;
Bay much thereof ulpay the lutiaa ft If Uk L VaaMairMB 4a. .Kridencesof diri (,ixaity,.and;&- i!

.Sole. deecribedon'* IaysfsaIc------- TB A VA N N AJI'i G A' ., sum traet Of of two land dollar or to and eighty-nine cents If2: : ED,] 'II..CnMkcr.Ainaw.PU Jr..BrtwatrUl a arv *. .-Cs daVaha .- '4''m' '' !
arm'ror; The Ancient
PlttaaaraH da* *
a =," :-j oct 244dJ Steriffind.ex off.Tax, .Colreefo'rNassau'Coufflt .,;.:,:=,vuoLzsAIk'1aDaJtAu.: ,. the same being the amount of State tax assessed ,'Jt.J.F1taii.it Bavaria.. LIuIesi.'I.' 1U'W..i'A'AMdtPn4eii: '
*
against George Fairbanks for I.bo.a year ,. KaadiacCyrarBtlta ..
r.attif &te.1e. TIN 4.K. If Ic.rd -
.1'W.tLL lIS rata ;n the SL'a. tit-. To WARJUNUF4CTOJZ iboO;and also )o pay.the sumof one olIat and ,/. .Lakakaa '. 'JltL smr.J 1 4'!
.Gdltctoft Sale. -- A* .
i*r,afihe pHWth JalUgtofcreek ... -.41JZAL5 111I. forty-four and a bsll'cents III 44 1-2], t>eamountof .Joke B.1Da'I.*** di nuiiur '
: et1' 1"4hiabor. e.uelit.aaUo.1I BY virtue'of authority in me 1y1awyet&, :''Japnn,} HtaalaV Planisned Ware'; the comity tax on said land for.,the,came year, '.,. 4aaatrata '8. J..THOiilsi
I
will for
i > expose au,1a front of the Court- SH attendingsaadloyyandu1..61it1dtrmcL B. a. M A*, _.
with Beoessarrexpenses Lyraa -
together *
known Ml)* tho mot 'beautiluon howe door,'hi Nassau county.on the fourth _; ,, &e.,4c.5" e." y -.. ...* of laijd beingsitnatediu .E, P. fcjftaa,*ar aay "IC ; : v. f D..lLM4Yi."
Tmstoaa.
the river,a4 a is remjirkable fonts healthiness kinds ,a.M "Yo.welt.tate',, 0.w.i. ,February 14,1S5CC __
of Cooking Stoves ,
-ttO& a..fooffner! ,. Monday in 'January, 18.'i1.u.ems of land ALL and llanges. of said county_of C'olumbi. pn the Banta C. aMk U.IswatlWm.415.y4'5nU'T ..< .. .. _:_ '* *
'eocnrred there. fbr owned 11" tlte hetn'rJ eebJe;. 11:<0'': thereof most *pproodpatterns,{forfmU lea,' Fe river near ''Wyrthlngton's Spring Oft' Mid .-," 4., .

yean.sdkseA-1or TbdweBnci! l'J'&e1Ou and eomfbtt. as will pay (618 taxes .dOe thereon .from J S5. hotels,and ships; and all otherbt.ye.for parjot' riT t of Santa Fe, ontainiiigsevenhnndreilfTOVl S..u.c1ma,4.kc..wsite.k-4.w.. ed* 4.' 'o .. ,JacJcapnrUiei. 1-Cap. ..- } :
c.ln&
aMa'e".MUioa f-1arre and all neressiry expenses,.attending eaid sale,; ban.'Of!public paees.-.81ov.Pipe -and emiy.4e.seripticu acre*. 4ttTtIUI. .1".WluGn'I. .P..a.a; x._. innb.I'' ,'.':' t :. -ot"i'O'' -.. ..1EEDJJ

44apIM I'M--.eoe.POd 1I.1 qnehity, '4Og. aDa Orange WIU Doundaries 4eaerlbtI1"OD.1be day bt sale; .of Pip -
PuDJ.-Lead: ,
A J. -
dluiabIsco.
'C.ktho y. i BRADDOCK Tia lJlate.6hwtIronVWirc.GalTaLiUdInJni \ :"rl" conectdr ,t.u. Helberl--. 'd... -S.. .-". .',"a&c-I1'' ,.

..ma i Income of a'thoutwdi ... lbortJy "bctU-td*; Sherta'andex.iff.TatCollecUrAowau . CASH parehascrs ofTin,Ware can he supplied. Awi&tort$ 'itls2-td 4.-DLysoa n..rr nerrar iai! Leshp.rs4.,. ..5CbrI..W.Bsdflitiwtk. :Jr.T. .' mIlE ScnmE1ro.la..r f" ti iij .M' HI

ieeoagaia.boas the p.g tbrftva4jthy at *low* 1e ,J. To '. ..Lform: the athens(of JIebSS4'IS far*
prices.* *theeanbuyn-NewYork SeiaTT
Count or Atlanta .
.01 the Tux #
t.eas. y Collector Sale. (0.) 'J.A..Cb.nipSa..TtIeMCo'
cperIa. r-ome.olJbol. the
1 &bi
rM8diDl Itrt.us&tJ1ei .. establisbmcetwlth -
Idaria U within two uuts, nd,th* steamboats By Tlrtne.f authority In me Itr Jaw reated I and eUewherewvi the interior Orders are from solicitedt Florida South,Carolina, flEeziieIsebf tniiinew, cbooeommeneedon ;"A....tkia..U.l'aUIt Rassdri Orifice Y..... .... avkw ,.Jna&rsaseu.b1 -

Jtttt aad repass before 4MhoaaVea iJadr will expose for.tfo,i. fr tt.tb cimrl.- the i first Monday Jn.Jniy: last,,under,.the I.b Flat**.Chart- rejgsbelieTjn tbI a'"niab PeIm7 b htt.t
.trips to aad from & Those wishiaVeean house door in\-county;D e folzrth'Mondy ..A.ur. .JtSff, rU\ Charge of A. R.'Kellam prineipUiaUe literary .'AilsidAvary.. Wiadbaai.r .. ... I than a blow .ilL'tie baa fteeifteL.ssd ii '

this ralaabU'prfTfrtr may can ...ed in January.l&51Ocj&ena or Jaad'.w by -- and his accomplished lady,In tb6 mnsie and ornamental .' 'on..u* WUkta.J. Ciraiid.Ppp.v JlI11 R.tIaUL Tm.Y&'Ce'': -I constantly reocirJ |r "ltM xoa?r JMtiofUatJ sat "

dress by 'leUcr, the:IaM'snher a& ,J.eboaTilJe, the hein' or John T.Low.or somnchthcrecfasw Arcti1tura1 Warehoisif ; department; with assistabU of high qnalWfication CIso_ 'at.itaoy. $sowa, J.-.. UkTJorr .jrrti' of."Pawer sail tapU. Dr) r.

Fl.rida. I.'CUAHLE8 flY& .. pay 9U 75 .IesiuetberdOa1or1lOan4all ne- AGjIZeboi4: the'entire liock of .t. *.', ne-IastitutknV'wUl.be dindeoTinUf RWe P'f'' LesIs'. .S'SC.-.u.. .da .4. I IJ' o... ; to wit -' '- ,- "a-

Jnyle51)etob4:1O.: : ceaexeasss&ilendlnj aid'-&e. ,J3ouudao. enltural implement fresxlMesars, nen.tV. a four eUiases, fourth,third junior,and.enIo .Ajreparaory'dep.rtwenl Co 0", _. *4ard* nglish .vnd Werrfin'frmlf Gln: Ltms1 2: t
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sale; ; X 1 ftUfh4. to the EaatMak -.. dar ,
, 'w' : t. -.A; J: UR6et24tds c at '.Lbs \mdenigae4'ou1d announce to school and conducted jer1eapurineu.oftbs .tri4r.C c..(..L' a\a 4*, .1, Chambrays; White fcnd Colored Mnslias;
J.Y&1. t'7 i'oUee the peddle "thy bare patt1l1Dere"l&idg CabfkBlaa har da 'd. '
' tI SherWaadVonVTJUtCB cip..ne has been furnished with ane J.mhMidirea IIbsJ .
jJnsIawits'
school '
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. Dr.t besides. saj4et of otherarticles
great
z : By irt8eor nfcrJtn m.Te iej ;.JAw. pnersfly'of.th.*rollo.lng e1'ataeter*nd and well selected appkrata?;globes,astronoml,4g ". t.,Tb.msea.D.C.'C.1l.IIw&Ji'U.. '. .d.. ''-'. -). r Silk'Ti&tle& BawWJ'L;C.ILuulkercIiwt.; :1. -iF

> I will expos r o r, ai9, <. rout Vf the Court t Mann County:Tat JCollectmi Bar;. dcsctiptioni Jlgrieullnnu,and. horticultural JcaI ographieal,'phonoffrappical,vnnd eharufi 'JTM k..,1aa.,. &4.ms4S? : -.. Silk: and Cothin 1lkediefs T "- -
: 'reAddisunetty '
. u. door,ia th*'tOTrU.iof.Jaeksoavill ,.bn the {nap*, ItCM n d a large scale, to bV.secie w d' J..-W',...ClaraaatV Othia, :
". Irst ) BY"I ef.tboha'_ b.T1a.lrite&-plemeat of "v r7 variety,of the most recent and from lay*of the rooau*: A'good IHbrary A. B...u. CtaaUaalL Obi. t CoitcJti Gloresj t.ti irf s, Sprta Silk inj Silk D.: r
Monday 'May A. D. 1S3L the following r front of thet'ourU Unproved delcription five hundred pTowi of every boob mbo Clangs to tho. school **. B. Qmlmky O..A...Kt Hi .V itfanaCohHrfjHoii: 1 J '. :' ";,
ef.dJoiee : )
naaunl of lmadwJO wiflJy _
: tract innch Uareof W. Krfartaa artaata4h.da
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as house
door la. materials for
iederipUoat been carrier
and *
.? ,' the fitlie"aad Cexiat/ tax..ir4 CllUtT,on Lb.fourth Mo .. lr'sn-f lor-the ue ofthe ilJ./ ,' '_ i' .1'-J' If. Baihr n.-. ? -*-. a*.. .. 14 :" t14'if.flosie; 'iB1 -
againstthe ua bras and '
day unders artrcl ,
JAIUI&I'1..WJJ I see tf.land 0'tfMd by ,cmbracliig etery .n.t sclu1uUyeariIt U.'dt.dfd UIW* two. Sissy I>. Joe. .. arkl d'
" .1 estate of Charles Hrowa, deceased, and duet the Wn of s..ailss used In tft'elr;LUbe,includingall neeetsary.toels, O.kZ.C.s.se.'Tvsaklis, Brown Sh ti1is Q4 \'i1> .ii'
lfOye. -Deb thereof therewfl1bo l least : ..
: ,taereoafor the year A.:.lfia ,tDnUir with all I wms744tmeednethfrog 18 L..at mandfcturerIt1rioel... .,. ,7 '" pLans of .*eri 1.w kJf.l ; ".Chart rr-J.. .essa.: 'V d.,. ,. 1.,0. .j. ., .1It1"76..A_ ..
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saj.fl v. :- One public examination e fih sossion,.and a quarterly eisi je ..u..J' Tia*, 4* &RU "i '
d..J. kaa.siy ezpaaottMi: .It.esI.r aaidJOTy sad sale, eetf.ry. eamag.: nda. MtsciSttAhcocIloller( :"aiid colaniori" tins trill lIeaa:td eacH parent 4r guAr.at&o Jaba C. PUUbarj .- .d*; df -;. < Irish Linens&JI ttts-Ee1na 4' '.
:: iMng& .r aa oU traot,aad cftaated ia nt >n t _fot at.ot1 ;- jack icew,store. and -cotton--trucks?wheel T arrows report < fair statement efth.; atsaid ;'*.....Buiaaaf, ,'.' "1" _
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, f' -Id etlM"oft the east bank of the fit. ;J, BRADDOCKi"ATBTT ,raid bcrapws. hydraaUd ramf foree imntps, ChhJC: &fuD d dfthe-ppI1'y. ;..(.ka Xaa Md .. ... : Table Damibks; SDpe4. <. .:

:. Jeba'srirer.(b Utemighhorhood of Mandarin) ,ctU4A<, ,h 4ZXCDflOCIOt. poteat Tfchalni tt ftcflitat*.the drtwWtfwater; lag, .,4purticut'Idad. .'" .. :$f'. ;I.--I]de.. *;, 'f 8wnsanmbMqelins: iL" tl tDuripeaxb ';!;

't: jeataialng seveatj ene!. bouaoad m the :; GeorgU tod French burr mfllstonrt;ealoiiiil cast- Mu..orf18f 'c ;.; ." '..'II... ; $ % _i '

'1 t lid a.a4 wUi:kylandf.:belo liig .to Rodney 'SUM!Jait>ortattt'ArrtraJ f- .hU btgts-lTaitertrtaml raw for tanners'} plantation session Wj fourth*kd,, .. j -iisS w.'laz.rv Juan, ilsewuitik'4...; ;'.' t' .* fr'1hi; W Qlteti1 *: ;'

i.D.nua.en tb r A &.'John'rfw and J." and WlBterO.*d*.->Ta4BubscTibariias Mills corn.and'sti nt A, dn: serewt,'mill:irons i and senior classed 20j tttusio pUno or.; gn-' ._. ..' Cat t_ .. 'i '
*. t.tk. belting doth*.') ckvreedJ,"$h*ttle ;and a'ra1 tar;15;ornaniestal b4nches, JO'ao4mulo*2; 4-J.W.DstHi.: .lsmmsi", .1 S4.; <. K *1 Tri ID'U 'bfJ ;. 7
= J4eeI- now on bD4tadl offers for laU.at*.re reduce d etdenta narUr : C .. .:, .... ,
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I 1aIotDOUd ftnd wt>oHenmantt& tori <.'i;** library and ipense Mr feelrtd > "',1.I.,1f .. 'O.. Colone'Frencbpear'ian4 i S .;
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', : ;UBlAIl. BOWDEN prices, a new=rleote4lLoei;'ef An'ante 1ULt.' MtcmXKtr-' LS-ac -Harlat the ;No puMI$ for.% !ceq time tfiaa one MKfis -- <": .,. .. .. ; 8o4coa .
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Tax AsMawr Dry Agency for rariend aid extensive LiimiJactorIcse ; -0110 D4 at cted t *o44.slnles for rotIacY4t f'.t "f.- ..* ed .. t
i md r'Dw"eou.; ." Good use,WIth a a &ssortsseaLot-ftsoitrtlcIea! ..... ''' adte ii :
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"aek. ..'.,' L'l-l4t''. .. selected from,IbS.most'fiuhionaUa. finnuui.- ,H.', 1lMS"iLtiut. f 0f1itD .Ji my". ;='Ji i.w J 'AtceetaTttley fw; | = ..!,z... ". ..['T ..-. .\t- ,S ;:I -facquiznNethoj, jt' ; iij .

It T p, has'inzdoarragementa 14;base: goods Arrive ). *p$1dfl tM**-for feet eonAdViatefrendsringfsflsatUfiwtknu/ -rGu : Orders received from the interior.for tie aboveoliied Fn--'Gi "-1i... .. ... -
wbteh will:wH kiss W
'' we blj 1.ep hU stock vr All .i brflif rt "iiii aeUoit;jNt 1" .
wool .nu' -
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Ld6zeD Aeepskin*;:and bhie produwnsf :celebrate J;SdredpjtriJIi ""1t'is'.a1kePt ." ..Ie
c.a', ."W..W, :: & : t. rectlred id told tfi>Usual eomntisdoa. quiDed.rke'-s4vtnt.get-tb; : ?.*eatdon aeett : :
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ct BiIkY 1 lu "Eoeta ho 1w&at-iiie Brick st ,.a prices that $ t1 t l.IXIU. 't 4...0RErcusexsv.MesrsL 'best tmtM on reasonable teffitf..For anybfor-- .FERNANDEZ 'BISBEE= :C II1Y", 'tJJ "- :. .r -

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: 4 Du'vui Couity, Es iv., 1.jt Vittidd Th tOtrt$ jfl'AugustInthoT
tt bOL1JMUSDR.EW. S Q7ABT.BprTLS, $ T1r4toN4. ;
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Claims'for in of .5 .L. Ihzvsos
and prosecate citizens Rllyipart S assisted: b7 Mrs.iLtztaoi'wgeh.as.o

.:; npon ordering the Paptr. ? Florida against the Govcrnmout atWiuhingto. S opened e Deception efl'npil* : $
LP S the 5 I. ani r/la t. :
I tcriptionsif n ipftid; before expiiaUon 1-L. .j-T _jrf! il -
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or.t.th&Dsjrtineuts., JFrom.it kao ledieof M tnd.ircperiorA MrL. U1rII3fl't

?4 eftkeyear, fcrecta cd -l.AdvertlsemenU AiDass Jzcksoniic. East k1oriJ.Ma12i0 \ 1iE kthlf,1ilLla' or., ; r quauftea oitvaf: >*uas frota the ttoet

wjfl ib inserted at the foUowicg .IJ S S ztij9 ample and aatisfitetory testimonial*ef their formeuccenltheiTrnt *-

I. fate*:- One SSsilar jMrt eqnore. {oftwelvejin, .s) fur it. .5 S | ; >e3'of this Semmary embrace

.f; the firrt, and Seventj Kivo Cente for'ewry eubsequent ij' "osc : 0'' the opportunity recommending toe eooald*'
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I Afli'4; S tation>f. patent* and froardlane who may be detiron -

. Inaertlom T'e'arty'.Advert5Bcr* a liberal ATTORNEY ANDCOUKSILLOR AT LAW,.! S :- ,J/J/// ])// t S I of giTlng their daughter er*irard a thor *
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discount will b maxle". .All Iransknt Advertise %! .5. S oagn"awd refined udacatlon. .j-r. >
IlArno been obliged to abandon his intention iIiIIIIh/ S
5'l ida Inititdtfon U located in th* fanmeiikietL*
; : nenti (exeebyprous having >running aceopni of leaving Florida, will devote himself to the i/,, \\ i S tinity of the.rHhtge of ajadltmt Cosrt Heue,0nof
: with tie office) TuuU t paid fur prcrlotn to pub!!- ,
y : ' '' practice of his profession throughout the Eastern % $ S. !atLI7.1.kpJh4. AUD ALso 10S the most delightful Ana-feahby town in tW

. eation. / ; ,.thern countryhavinr, a population ef hIgh
.1 Penoni at a dLdxnce.can their remit Circuit ofrFlorida. Business entrusted to him ., ; P TOWNSEND'S' AFFiDAViT iba1 and intellectual culture equal to atU IMUnited
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govern ; will SrwyiVa bis prOmpt attention i ... : State*.:' /
., Uatti for Advertising, by the folloviing rates*- In thiInstilBtltra,4e whole e rsV? of hairtelion /
Jacksonville E. P. 2thI85ea
July foll
the w-
caflihe stieatI.a .f ih pibili Sc r
On Qnnrt (twclVe lines) puUislied x iftpntLs S W.d.slr. f e will he tLorough ; and'the pupil*.iriU net be4'
A--; Tut* Medieiae has acquired s very ex.tended jag Cut d the Wb.lM .U DfBCgl.ti U this Clty.4b1 U.S
for -. '- IpxiIj.pyfl4.iE1: : . and establithed reputation,wherever" Who ligatd .s for these 3 irtigtri. It win H sen $hM tide permitted to pass over any hndy-without aa intlnaU

:I tj Twe squares, for JFix months, 15 00 5, ; / it has been used; based entirely on its own merit, S u Uis mfttttr Js ilffttnt light, tih.*|k thus SUMuUt the acquamtanc*the with U.4Thts w l W.espeei-!

, i : fvoticei to iTebtorS and creditors, '. 10 IX) ATTORNEY; COUNSELLOR' LAW .. which it* superior efficacy ha* alone sustained. The unfortunate a i II Io Injar th. ie.d sit 'rJ e *..We fs4 I ally tct MathdsoaUcs eate.witb In exceedingly the.different impertant braneae rek-r* o/
victim of hereditary ditease, with swollen gland*, eoa-, tbs ,ltIMiOih&t Ca the whole the OUDf.'l t'ei'-
lieation for IcUws of administration! 5 00r"er JACKSOXVILIE, JXA.J t//i/7/ ntltic ,which pupils will be thoroughly drilled; andre
t /PI ulo
: < / traded tinew mWUim. Ocs ef tb*reasons .
and bones half.earlouha-been, restored to health *d tk. 5TCTSCse M s the for each
:; anneuncemcntWcandidttesforoffce, C 00 'Will attend to any profession business entrusted !! / ..and vigor., The tcrofulout patient, euvereC with nlcenIo.tthsom. himself 1 m* dovbt vu,that i aiTr tcirti.i .whiliS. P.'. dii (erases Jalcnlalion.inired to give reasons' -'st.pfu- every.-

) f44 Ne announcement will be made unless tlie saute to bhu in "tho Courts of the Eastern Circuit, III?, 11,1/u,/ ( and his attendants,has been made whole. Hundred of person*, who had groaned a. bnril the ktai a, gsa.rslly.tha$11wa. budij ysith5sakLii& The class*toXa/uaifl- )r wirijp; <{nlinr>"Wut*

. f Le aeeempanied with the amount charged. and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. lie Las \ hopelessly for yeart'nnder cntaneou and glandular disorders,' chronic rlieumatltm, $$I1.. -. f.me..THECARD. Wbrk;and Embroidery? wifl b finder the imnie-'

Editorial notices: for private Benefit will beI also such an advantageous connection with, an and many other complaint sprInging from a derangement of,the secretive organs Bit .5 u. keeplag the tea.: iistec&reef'Irs.IIartson; and there i* no in,tW*

and the circulation, have been raised as it were from the rack of disease,and now, tntion,North or Souths where these toanehee art'tanght
. hai-get double the rate of advertising.Helijciens able Lawyer Washington, city, as will ensure with regenerated constitution, gladly testify to the eficacy of this inestimable"preparation. twli.i more thoroughly or ideaUffean/; '

Obituar/, and Marriage notices, i111 a prompt and speed/,collection of such claims as The testimony of those who have been eared by it'me, with their We, ski VaJfds. D a Car M .*'bat*e Cl*k4 el dials Ifew is i.. The strictest attentioa will be paid to tie MeraJ

; L e published gratis.:'' may be placed in his bands, against, the United residences, his been published from time to time; and were it desirable, a macs lr* sassy UI twMewO to.iaalg,a we "< set JasseC w* 5e wntMMypUlM tad general 'depJBvtawnt ef the yonnr-ladieet

te States I of the most overwhelming testimony could brought forward, proviBg most eoa-" P. TWBMa'e a.d1.laal ettUii whisk skit cc while,at tie estae time, ererf tafa* of a mtariairinflnenee
Communications SI
piust pt1 la refsrSS e 57
posJ.'Mcltobert : datively Its inestimable value.- ;The afflicted, and these wjio have not used this trffl bw a* carefully avoided. '
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Sept. 1 1s49.1y. ,km wm at OK Dr. Js..b TVBMB area-
.::1: :: medicine, are invited to make a trial of its virtue*, sad appropriate to themselves the SkI BTtparMlea air bay., as w* 41 IB both kiali.8CHIEJTELIN The cholaiifiyear often month dtrJaWuii
pirilU
.! Baker, S j benefits which it alone can bestow. BEOTHEK8 t CO.,lOi aa4.10 John St.N.Y.. two session ef;fir e noitlaeM .. Theflnt.s.<
NOTICE, & non commenced on the second Monday ia Jngn-',

: ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LA tr Lands. CANCEROUS ULCER CURED, OF .SEVEN YEARS' STANDfNOThit H 1t SIITON, CLAM-*.coi. iu s .smrfwtr it I ry, and to end before the1 *e md Monda* fa lire.,

.i:2 JACKSONVILLE, E. Fti."WrLt'tractioe To Claimant of Comity : cure was effected in July 1844: there have been no symptoms ef a return,; n Aitorllonie. T..HORTO343COI..VOD The second' tf eonmie0ee on tin seeotid MCnfay

: THE undersigned proposes to obtain Warrants d and her health sill continue good, July, 184*., -5- --r-- v --- W JLUMea Lane, N.T.. in Jalv, and ,end,,before the ietondMao4ayiai
; fn. the Courts of the Eastern 'S will bo eali- ; .5 ... .Nei.Y.rhJiiIy814. : Deceniber. FapOe
: for lands for all claimant* whrt I :1 S iaae eao. enter at sny tiJB, aael
: Messrs. SAXD*:-Gentlemen-I consider it but an act of to to Mate the .HAV-UAND,1gESL&CO.MMsid.n ,
justice
you will he sail the
of'the Middle Cir- the before only charged endof .the term.-
Circuit in Ilaluilwa tint thereto under Act now Congress
county .
S following fact in reference to the great benefit I have received ia the cure of an oh* DXVTO Ti'LANMAN, 69 Water Street, : d
when the hhall hare passed and' become a I Pupils derive rn*advaotage,however,Wnt.r'
emit in Benton andi'llillsborcugli! counties of the I same ttinate CAKCIBOD UICBB on my breast. Flirt Street *
law; for the moderate sum of FIVE DOLLARS 1 wa attended eighteen month* by a regular and skilful physician, assisted by die HAY POCK,.COKLTEI CLAY,Sli > ing at the be umiog of the terra. : '- ::
.e9. omthern Circuit, \d the STiprtme Court at Tallahassee I for each Warrant when obtained. advice and counnel, of one of our most able and experienced surgeons,without the. OSOOOD fc JENNINGS, 133 Feerl Stree ,to. Young ladiet pursuing the fall course wOlr

and in.the United States Ciatrict Court The object of this notice is to giro to claimants least benefit whatever.' All the various method of treating cancer were retorted tej I. MINOR fc COg iU.ralto* Street, > ctiv diploma* or certificates graduatiea

of Florida and will an opportunity of 'procn'rfng warrants at the for five w.eka in succession my breast was burned with caustic three times a-day, 3. It J.r.HUPP,90 It n Maiden Lane,. io '
.b4;; for the Northern pwtrict ; ,. ; and for six u was daily syringed with a weak solution of nitric acid, and th* cavity or. 'cotsjr OT nvtr. *
? prosecute claims oguiaft the United states before lea't possible exens. it, internal ulcer was so large that it held over an trance of the solution." The doctor RUST nOUOirrON, 83 iba Btree, *
Those wishing to secure the vertices of the unvdemgned It probed the ulcer and examined the bone, and laid the disease was advancing rapidly S OR ENLKAF fc'KINSLE1T,43 Certlandl 8L tWLTEtt The eourtw.of study is difided fir fire elsawv
Congress and the Ifepartnients at \ ashicgton.l will call at his office or address him if'' fl to the and if I did not
i lungs, get speedy relief by medicine or, an operation, the remit B. TOWNSEND fc CO t28 Tans! tt *9OLCOTT
:- ing located atcksonville fir life, he will by letter,And prompt attentio. will be given to II >would be fatal I wa advised to have the breast laid open and the bones examined; to The Biudia: of (It..JurtmltSpellinj.Keadinjr Iirimig'a;.
:i but finding no relief from what had been done,and I M-TTESSON fc cai 13T MaUIea Las*,
.. attention to his their claims., PHILIP PHASER. / feeling was rapidly getting worse* : ,Writing, and Mental AsItha
i; give his entire unremitting' Attorney at Law I "I I almost despaired of recovery and considered my case nearly hopeles JOSEPH E. TRIPLE,139 Maiden Lanej. toPOUkPALANCAiMJohnSL metie. '.' '

'4 4,. profession( and all business entrusted to his care Jackronville! E. F., July 15, ]80. 6tFASHIOABLE Seeing various testimonials and certificates of cure by the use of SARDS' SAUATA- First C&tf-rKeadinz, gftOag,,J/odera Geegraphyi -
I I SILL*, in cases similar to my own, 1 concluded to try a few bottle, Mveral of which
; 44: hall meet with prompt attention.Jatkoaville -. -- I i i ': were used but, from the long deep-seated character of my disease, produced no very MONTAGUE WARD fc CO,83 Maiden C{ do Graaatar, Wnting,and Aritteetie

: 4 August 21!, 15O. tf TAILORING. :i decided change. Considering this aa the only probable cure for my case, I penevcred THOMAS;fc MAXWELL, 86 waiiaai at,- *. &coad C1asi-Arthmetis eanclded,

,I h''l until the disease was entirely cured. It i* now over eleven months since the cure JACKSON, ROBINS fc CQ, 134 Water SU eVOttAHAJl tory Botany,J/odern Geogpby, with the tte of
: was completed ; there U not the slightest appearance of a return." IM.ref.svpr.-
the Globes1 Exelses
:: KulizcrAcr Wu1 A Card.Innrrnrxa Tin ; ,notmct "{f WELL, cure ntinly tfftettt tf ftlRM' SAStArASlLlA, ft Itmhnt State W
United the
3/ind
. Citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity I. I ': ether tntdtcint of any kind fan fig tin limt I teat taiag if, nor Junt I tkr cay riitct.' MARSH .fc NORTHROP,69 Petrl 8t do Rbetetital
to leave the State,I have transferred that he Las taken the rooms formerly occupied Please excuse this long-deferred acknowledgment, which 1 think it ray duty Iff HERWOOD COFTIW M Pearl St. AtJNGERSOLLfc Reading, Sfcfiing, and Deftnintf _,-. .
business to J.McRonEnTBAaEn. bvCol. Sanderson !> a ; ley professional carrying on the above busincs?.?in which when nothing else could; and I feel myself under lasting obligations to you.. I can BROTHER, 230 Pearl 8L t* Heaven: .Wareeeter' History Analytical Boi**

:; Zf., Attorney at.Law, Jacksonville, E. F in- he will endeavor io merit a share of the public UI. :: say many thing 1 cannot write and and I do most respectfully invite ladies afflicted a* 1 I. A FAHNESTOCX fc CO*49 Ma Sfc it ny,Parsing fit the Poet,Reading,Essay Writing>

elading aH such matters as were entrusted to my patronage. Ho will keep constantly on hand a i I .I.11 and have many been,other to call things upon in me reference, I will to the satisfy case.them folly.of tbe truth a* stated above, Ja MBBMUUB with tbit w* give a MirMl tt* Cut Bib* (daily) Composition Writmf. *

French Broad Cloths fished by all thS prI.efst retail . are by Gen James A. Peden, of which all intorested i-hok-e assortmnt of fine l'' !' KANCY ). MILLER, 218 Sullivan-street, -
Ci.s imores, Vesticgs, Trimming, tc., which ; 'i; : ViSa' shy bt/cMt ..& I.tbSaMi i> Ik* tT iM< SuU Trigonometry;.. Chemistry, Logic, JnlellectaalPhUosophv
;.. will please take notice. will be made to order ou the most reasonable al'.ii' S LIVER COMPLAINT. Se fly lusty Phycteisse (iv*thtir Issliacly sise. .I. tkie'. 4/oraI Philosophy, Natural Philoeo:

: Mr.Baker's business reputation for dUigencc terms. JOHN 1IENKY. t The following i* an extract from a letter received from Rev. William Gatusha:-.. Card tbn arc a* tw* opl lo li* this .&tt.r._OiL Dr.J- phyi and Latin, optional,) Daily Essay Writin j j

and attention are'incident 1y well established to Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, 1850. tf I I u : sob TowiMai-t.SariaparilU b TBB SanaparUla, aa< br C0I0SitiGUGCti5T&I Ketiew 5teUi *

4 4. c4 ensure promptness; all matters in his hands.Thi .- rLI3 :! Messrs. SAIDIT have been afflicted With a severe pain in my tide, occasioned pr.f.rsbls la tblr *itlai : NEW RESTORATIVE, ,,. by a diseased liver, for the last twenty year* j suffering at times what language ease
a1'sufficient I
? j' *. transfer i* inauifestation ofiayeenfidenee :; not convey j but tmce taking your Sarsapanlia I have been greatly relieved, to roncttso 1tea4CitED 'I'D' THE P.TJBLld J avenUe Department-te*. of 5 months,' 916 t M

; in bi.presionnl ability and integrity.CIURLES BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD.SALOQXjrrnilE ''i that i have been able to attend to my business, and preach occasionally for the First Claw, -it ". ". :: ". 1200
fH ,i last fifteen months. 1 wholly discarded all other medicine, and thoroughly tried the Under'flf 4 Dfx1iM *fT NIT Second Class ** it it''M 15 00Innior
P. COOPER We, th l'hysielsui id ,
2.1 : Sartaparilla. which I recommend
: can in truth and
I sincerity to all those who are ia n ftit U ;
ttat
$
ftt U1U
. .. w Atg. 29,185i:! Attorney at Law.r 'Ja SUESCIJinEU bus j'nt cre4. onBAV I 'liii ;I any remarkable way afflicted cure with effected any by species its use of in scrofulous This vicinity.complaint. Mrs.!L.Shaw There, by have the been ute of tome six our ik puixaal, Btooklja views sed.f TVillimmtknr'g.the reel merits .5 tb* tv upse*T.wPiSaSs' Senior Studies Indies,, ttif ** SC' 3 j

% SS STBEE'T; Noah sUed t-ne joT.froin the corner bottles, restored better health Of th elaias by the yarUwt SM Music Piano tt xsorJ
a :$ : was to than the nad befoie enjoyed for ten year; and Sin.ptrilUi. preferred on : .
Liberty street, ft KE<5T UTIvr. J\VM.W I ; Jlrt. W Stevens. who lad been severely afflicted with Erysipelas wa entirely cured rifiasl SarMparllta w*bar* Botkiaf U 4*, a.4 issee tb.. Use Instrument; ".' 1509

. $ MeUOJlKRT BAKER. AITJETand tiu-unn SA'Jrio*. -The i>Uvilit' I.; !H by the use of a few bottles. Your truly, WM. CALUSHA. to icttl that matter' itw< tb tenl* *. B.t w* ferf tbatw Drawing and Painting, '10 Otf
. S meet has: bern fitted njventirerr new. paid a : *v ; .'- I the t*BM saC sell Old Wax \V ork eaebj low
Jacksonville E. Florida.I eight t* ZIT. riuoat why 0. prtfrr 'and Embroidery,1
Attorney at Laiit) for the rcccptiomit visitorr tb; 'nua.1 houi.. : !. CURE OF A SCROFULOUS '
AFFECTION OF THE EYES. Dr. Jteob TowBMad'i !srispsrfll* t. Xn 5.TP..T.emd French, Spanish, and Italian; eaekj' 1000

' ,. NOTJitlY PUBLIC. Tn ;: n4t i I 11jt 1J ;: Messrs. South KiHgiton, K. /., Oettbtr II,1847. sad less tb* pablio t*Jadg* wbtbr w* ai* "4eiTn cad It will'be pWeeived that $23 00 toer tern it the
,
. ; SAHO*:-Gentlemen-My little when
jilts 1wcns:1phetIwih th daughter, one year old,was attacked twiadlnt, aad not t. b* S.it.d.by t.itlt'f.-
jri Cemoutcioner aj j>yinted by the Governors of ,. S : with a trrufuluiis humor jn her fare, which soon after extended into her oigbest price Ibai can charged for toitidn ia
keerugeStu suit -very rJ.it. It b* ..f'i:- ,, l eyes causing 1. Oar .rine a>4 observation kaTtaU fi4 B* that tb*
; ; :; almost total blindifeM of and xp die Literary and' Scientifio, Brancnes" inclojhi
m one them her whole
.the following States to take Testimony, Affida ; disfiguring face i employed ;
with drep'ttch.! The dclicaci o of tLe i'-icc.-:: /; ; t luo phrsicuus to aiUuxJ her, who exhausted their utmost skill to give her reliefbut Old Dv.'. 8iri pirill pei.eu* more Budial *wr aid virtu .be Ancient Languages. '. '
,J Tits, and Acknowledgments to be used therein : be at ull liuies eapplied. L : s 'l ; it nil proved useless, and finally one of them remarked to me that he had known of th*a S P. Tcwanad'a, sad the teeasey *f tk* vabll inti'ciemleai
(
The nstitatioo
'clk Maine IS Virginia, The LUhtIar.i Th1 I Ii I : *ome striking cure effected by SAUDI' Sartapanlio, and advised me to try it. 1 obauird qi wonll seem to t* the earn.. and ye alway make tt atUrf w3I be suppKel
.i,, .i.id; I one bottle which the commenced using and before it was all used up it had oneiae aad dnty; wbn two artial baria tb* taa* md Pbilffsorfakal Aparatns, and a. well assorted
:'IL..t! Vermont, j1: North Caiolun, Has been i'rportcd xr>rcwly for tfas Hout- unJV c tfote>l an rntire cure. It is now over four year since the wa cured and there has. aam*. sod pnrporiiag to vr* tk*iam diMs ire ia Biarkitt Classical, Historical, acdMuceltmeous Library,

.!. JitassachusflU. South Carolina.! of the mast bt-auiirnl ounstnKtioa, wiib u-.r u.mladia \ !Ipl ceeii U lo reappearance of the disease, and we are tatisfied.that it i* a perfect cure,* tell that which we coniidcr the Wit. Tb* fact that 8.FTowBiead't Jf. It; Vocal Music tanght to aH the pupil-
CW'IJOM. give me great pleasure to add that 1 recomrnen-1
rubber ran it to every sufferer from any
Connecticut: G&nrga, ,ii jjI su i.ar complaint. Retpectfully yours, GEOUGE ROBINSON.FRCMIKO Saruparflls baa greatly soared, f rm atd sad without ebarge -
New York.fi Alabama.Penn5y1vanta The K.>\vii ig Pins *?<* Malts .xptodedtb* lottI(*,'tbT.by giTia great'dinatUfatlB $* One-half! .rm* ef tnti! a5 Are eonsidend da* ia

Niss.issj'pi, Are al 'o just from the workman, anj every cfwvpnkuccforthe S AND SOLO, WHOLESALE AXD RET A ft; Vt oar cBitomeri. kti &laid vets sir pref.reaisf Ski Old advance, or the whole at the middle of the terra.S .

cjtcrUiuaiei.tar.dcoinfur 'cif guest? A. B. & D. SANDS Dr.'t Brcauatiaa ITbta aiked byeir *a I Delaware, ;hi Texas. t l l)1ttGoimAND CiiKiiisTf, .
S has bocn proviild. : piaioa *h.'cfi IT*iiiu.is aad r all eirsia.taases t* b* th*
ht Maryland, I" an* iiv I cordially invite tbc.pubHc ti> call at this'Es- I ili FCITOH-M-, coasra or WitLUH, Nsw Ytgc.ol bestwe'honldaetl iiUt Ii EiTln nt ertferia t* Old flea m the in the'f niiij town.>f be Principal* ia private' fAjaW

t: S Sh tablishment. assuring them that I shall 'spare no 4rI1I I t n
effort to coutribute to their reerealifta.OEOKOE I .I- Trice $| per Bottle ; six Bottles for $5. lie td.eidifwar* asS J rtlld ia gfvlsg tk* Old Dr.*
Valuable:I For SaZ Ur A/BRixsoX *
in.l P.AS .
J S S F. KIF. prparatiatbttBrfreB *which It t**.t toduor* M a

, Agent for tbt owner?, the undersigned offers Jack ouvlo, Jiiauary 17, IS0. tf I medical so.Boood.at well a*the .toU of tb* ppl is BaiTeriaU I. BUNTING,

, for sale Ute following valuable tracts of j BaaifuMd ia lie f Tor, s. B-THO>ULS,
p.. ..ii'jD.LJ.: .
land to-wit _
: f T. VAXCE'S PhilIp 'Meyk1g. Jf. f). 863 Graad fc 43 Avtav*S JT. T. _TrosUei
The Low Tract'jitnatcJ at- the heaoro .c.SSO Broom...55.D.. d*
2G 1950. 3m For
: k S river, containing fcve hundred acre* more er less. SEA ISLAND ii OIL ER CO TTOX GISS. Sept i;..A. Kewuaa, M.D. 173Cbrry dH.D .
. Wnanc, M. D. CtlumWa ..oi.llviigto.4.
The Pablo IraVt. situated P blo Creek S
I pu K. H. Part*..M. D. 6T*Creeawlea eor-Bairew dD. Madison Male Academy
;t Dear the month of the St. Jehu's firer, supposed HEAP CASH ST O II Ii cure of ANT and ALL of"the above disorders, if D. Belkasp.IN.D.jU5Av.C d* ,
rie Sol> -iTjrr begs leave to inform the in to directions. .-Don' K. fc Cbryitle
to contain over two hundred acres, including persevered according A. Cae M. D. eor RiTlaitva s. Esertis
, L0 M. planters of .-'ea Island.Civtfoa and the jnb- have Job Riaum.M. fl.J948tbAv 1 4. ** of this IntOfutloA were-
fine hammocK land. that have tried farfaparillas and THE
.a i ome day you
Also a small tr4ct of woodland in the vicinity- lie, that he can supply them with his double S and H jr.II. Mcltqrr, Jr. not been bcimfiUed, so. you won't try ..- C.8.B.Idtag.M D.SOPLhAV. to 4.r0eo.ewby'LD.84Canat I on the Second Monday of Janvtry

4J bf the town of Jacksonville, containing thirty i nj' akos tlii j method to inform his fnecds*and S iviLcoys:' Dr. Ptpe, H.D. Broom* e Forty(5 4* I I under tbd tuperrot ndene and dirtetiea ef
.', singleSEA I-I.AXD IlotLER COTTOX UiVs. I Jl the ruil>li(,' generally that lie bas commenced DR. Dr. Fraaclt. K. D. 305 RiTiijtoa 4* I Mr. B. Z. GA CJLDEN, late graduate ef Cotea-;
acres. hns been of the
Foe there
name got
many .up] K.L.DGraa4Tl.f.D.2< Brooms 4. From
,
.iI Also a tract containing"CM hundred acres goodS No doubt is longer cntertainc.l they are best bu'fwssia Jacksonville, East FrorUA. and.soIl- on the reputation of this article, and we tell you H? r. Pridbam. Jl. D. JUU cr.Sib 4* I college knowledge of Mr.Gaaldea'eapacity
p1&ntingjand,on Pablo creek, near the mouth of Gins in nsj, and the Subscriber Catters himself, cits patror.ngc-haviiig recently vuitedXew York, conCdeutiy that the J. W.Trvattaaa. M.D.3US) Staataa .4* as a'Teaehcr,1 derived'froai expenene
; It. the St. J ohn's riW-i.' rtiin the general satisfaction he has given for the Phif.i,1pliia, Bulti'moreand) >avanr.alv,-atwljeb M. X. CUeBriit. M, D. 4 anal 4a. : md trial during the quarter of the lat year jo*tloscd
; L. Parioae. H. P. 89 Caaal 4.. '
The above tractf of land will be sold at'reasonahk at peven years, be will receive their supjKnrt; pisces caaSpl. te.'arrangomtnts liars been rJARSAPARILLA flgOT! S 1. Withered. M. D..6S(Mirer 4, .- as well M from tire most* ample-and *atfe-'
4 prices and on:!good terms. AdJrcM Prices low, and the (;ins made of the best mateiiab ufsiff'forthe tuccchsfulproep-cutiou of all kiudsofbusincM is, though excellent in its qualities, one of- the Char!.. r.-Tar,165 Chamber MB factory testimoniaLs of former *ueeessv the Tru.I *-
t J/McROBERT BAKER aiid woikiuanship. ia which ourSwtllunn Mitnt'ri arc most inferior ingredients of this, may we not truly *rr Trimmer, 27 Whluhall Is' I 'ees of this Academy unhesitatingly recommend
,
IVtmtttr-lVorkfng' Compound I A. M. David,... 333 Maaro* S 4.; I it to the consideration of
S of scritisn will fe ay parents aad'guardian
interested. Goods everyd <
Attorney at' Lavr, Jacksonville, Fla. UoXtS AND Hat'SHES ( C.&ihmse4.Jr.56Ocaa4 4*
and 1 Now friends, these assertion are true to the I who may be jdesfams of placing those uder their
[New tf.f at low procured at short notice- pi4iei at very Reuben Z.1o.e,5I6Oraid *
. copy for sale clieap. and Gins repaired the ai.sates. SM ALf. PEOFIT letter; but we say them not to injure any one,but J. H. Watt 215th AT na*. if'MUet harjre' xc'a i sitaatfon Jerin inducettentt'efhealthfullness

4 G K K C Y PRODUCE'of"every a kind J will l>e-- received*- i dn because we have a right to the benefIt- of truth, C. Manb L. Conk..2UC Cbrry 199 Sib Avena. e 4.4. I of location and high moral and in-

S Ageii15 sale or suijihierit, upon which litieral ivh vices will and it is also true thai if you will can on us, we Brajamia Daaa. JBSprtnj OJmpit I :.eilectnal coUere inferior to no other ia the kmtkrn -
: VILLET.OCA & AcosTAC ntrovin ge, Ga. will and residences of wb ii'si.lJO A,.O 4. I SJadents be
1 FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON lit midt.. Arrangements made for Shipping.Tim- give you names people -rn country. nay prepared at Ibis
.MUrouD & 1.L&nai.s,, Albert wVOobMc Houtoe ctr. Avta **
S .- N. A. liAKUEe. HavannahGa. berofevcmyqnshty. have been cored of diseases which has astonishenot AIM. P. B 7d, ZIG BMtW Is Vcadcwy tt ,eutcr any College. "ia the -UaitetStates.
BOOK ,. PAPMt &"STATTOsERY of eveiy only themselves,but their physicians,and also AlfrvA Harih, Tarlek cor. HaiBWtlty M9ama >
i SVILLII E. IkE1AtGII, B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. C. willbe hand 'then names of somcj of. our best.physicians, who are .l Tailor,267 BleMktf strictest
variety kepton or supplied S Tie sttcctfon wilj be paid to the moral
R. R. REED & Co., 1'alatks. E. F. D. D.Tinman,641 BaiMB 4.
; ?; '' ilEAK WILLAKt*** HpTEL, rKNNSYLVASIA AVENVK, S. B. THOMPSON & Co., Llack Creek, E. F. notice. using, recommending, and selling large quantitie's jAihva OrMa, 104 Cbambtrs 1. leportment '
with Bonk Pulliihtrt I of Dr.Vlcox'e Compound- Be care Menus k Robbtat, *.
very ftarl Cm
Through arrangements ; tor. JMd the Teacher ,The Academy is located witiiache
:j Continues to give;his prompt attention to the ar- T. O.HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville-. F. flatter myself that country dealers can bo supplied fill to get that with the name of "J,- M Yu.cox" .-- R; Parker, If. D. Myrtle AT. er. CantQ XteeU/m immediate vicinity ef the vUUg ef MadaonCourt
PATTEKSOS & Kio, Burnt Fort, Ga. J. W. Sleicbl. .D.13Jain. 0G.D.A7Tse&tlaai1eOOT.Jleur7
i4 rangement and of claims before Con- with SCHOOL BOOKS.on better terms than they on the outside label or you may be Injured liouse
; ptoeecotion A. A. DuLoEME, Darien, Ga. : 45 ,; in or near which rood boarding
M '. -gtes* or of lhe Executive 3. FVLEK & Co. Beaufort, S 5 C. can have their orders.filled in New-York, rather than bencntted. S. P. Ledt, Court eor. AUaatit 4*> 'maybe obtained on'most reasonable terms. -Theicholistw
Jxo. ;
any Department '
| all fatorme If wwfr to know who this Dr.-\ViIcox is, we A; HotehkiM. Jr. 7 Uaion, l.lrcokin
It shall be aim to satisfy who'may yon
I Claimi fr.t tflFOEGE L. BROWN, Newnansville, E. F.S iny C. X. Wrijchl, Colon, e. Sack*!* 4. yeas will be divided into two eeasiena ef
aruing Revolutionary, Florida, WM. UELL with their patronage, both as regards price have the"privilege referring to the first men of J. Harw4.1S7 Cart 4e' live months iscb. The first seasioa. eommtncedm i
t ki er Mexican wars! Invalid" Revolutionary Half- and the community Principal Office, J, rrtioott. 23 Myrtle Artave .4. *
,A. WATERMAN, Ocala, E. F."J. .- quality.A P. Bead. Smith cot Baltie e the secoitj Monday| ia January' last; and will
'M ? E F. C. INCIES.'The 173 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK, > end before thti second Monday ia Jan,. -The
Widow
pay or *; Pensions ; -Naval er Army; I: W. PEAKSOX, Orange Springs, ; V. V. smitn. Chaioa eur. Belli 44 fee-
Land cr'lSiScrip .,.A. DcsBAtt & Co., King's,Ferry and Traders agencies of-several important FATKTT And corner Green and Beaver eta Albany, and 'J. Badeaa, 101 MrrUe A,. eor.Dafitli Zrsebly. ond to comm'vhe on the second MondaTiojuly
Bounty under law, of Feb..11, Hill. .1 -. MEDICINES have been obtained, among !which i* sold by:Druggists. and Country Merchants ai1 ;J. D.M.wiU,28Gr; (t, fnUiamttarg.; and end on Frklav before the second Menday i a
1S17 or August 10; iSIS of and S UPanoaa.1 71. (. ,-4
S ; Arrearage Pay \ THOMAS, VANCE. over thecountry. C. H. CZar K. Veor k Greeawiek 4* December,tins allowing a short vacation abUse

J -. Mileage due re&irning Volunteer; Claims for M St. Marys, Ga.. MiLY0, 1850. ; tf i it'bYlKCf' CAUTION THEPUBLIC/ ,H. T. Bach.31* On awiek> 4. and of each session Students will berequired is'
.i JM S Horsci'lost otier. Expense Don't be W..Zsea.Z3nrsessy S ,4* pay half the taition for a essieo m advance, and
; and.! Property destroyed; deceived by .a certificate attached to
, HtTiaf aUe4 with peat Iit incurred b r;Volunteer before being mustered : ND[SCOURING CANJSIANYER$1JUC sob bottle cf Townsend's1 Which certifie that 1'UBLIC.ps frrik> ens Sixty rb.tMwdal Die lns.

, and wei e *intb.:service ;*Waggon-maa- each bottle is eotopoundOd and made under the It the City ef JT.w Ttrk .1 tk* nice!,, sicelt*.!tie ITS ,- *lTisOt h idN.Ortho .
E S T'A-BT.! I S H M E NT ,- supervision of James"K. ChiHon/. Chemist, Who Tsw
. t ten and'' T.aie'claims j Marine' eailor ai4't Samparillaa, U whIsk grid ft At.*ie h tttTM4 ryjliiadInti
rNOlaYORK. STREET has been hired for that purpose1. Now let \a see
'* S E ta frrrtOII DM ACOsl TOWHSXHV SAB3APARILLA. sessMMi .- .a r .
tc.V *! a- ,bow it looks, when this Cbiltoa reside i 150 mile per 'a.
. : (REAR/OF THE..COURT, HOUSED 'from the 'manufactory. -Thi we think* a great ever that asd. ty Xr. I. T. TtvaimUetTtdenlicaej ,' Aritbmeti*},(geography, Enf lull Grxasar,
i
ft t:Having all the', fe.rm* necessary for a proper. SAVAWAI1GEO.. Imposition on the public, and calculated & deceive 4* mesS,tvriialry semi to.W .tbis' splat...' History, Ceopomtion erg Etoestieit, J2 fl

presentation<: aim*, together with the rule* AiREMEDYWOAM the unwary, but judge ye for yourselves. *waU,tUr.fer s..e.iseii.u.iy nmitauai. tk*atek*. Algebra, Geometry, ;Plain sad'Erigonomery Spherical

J and'regulatiop* >jojrerplrjg the different DeparttoenUj ALEXANDEILUALLOWAZWD ALSO, for several Kinds of"Vegetable Pills," me* 014 Dce'Jaseb'e ,napuiila, 1IW.1 tf I< r/i ItSi&S.5 ,Menwaration- W&eev'Do.

Including Rev. Dr. Hibbard'e welt.known'anti iiLitfmH .- of SbHdi,' Sttrreyinff, Navigation
lYe ,
he i* prepared, undertake, an claims, oft thanks Ktew'st Cmt, a. ;
,
his his
ETURNS to friends for the Bilious Pills, and WH4 Cherry Bi/ters.-Order J. 1'. Call .. Wathfa, Die. ef Celam, Conie'Ssctioitf.DifferentMiJ and Integral
: what kind aoeveirj that may require the service J[ ,,i favors he bos received ince he'commenced r nimm from any part of the Country will receive, '/. Gleb. Laoeatter Pea a.'Jit .' Calculus, Natural and Moral Philosophy,.

. r bf an Agency at;i it place. business in this city in 1832, and would state to 1 i unquestionably the best WrmM MkniciNp use; attention prompt S Job, D, W. Diets PtTllI* S.*,. Pkflcv'. 4.r Astronomy,.Cbemtetry, Botany, Miner
friend", and the public generally, that during 1 li4 U is a positive remedy,and can always be depended a-rBrovir alogj, RhetOric Lerie Ek-
: Particular attention given to the proper **ttle- I Address J.-H! J. W. 8rm.eso., rhealzvifl. 4 Geology ,
late visit to Londonand Scotland,he has acquired on uiid is perfectly safe in its operation. RfcROnt L wli8liB> *Co., .VBDattramk 4. meats of Criticismv Nateral ..

-S; eaIofQu&rIerusteri'aeeonnts. various improvements connected with ', .-: Jacksonville, E..F, Rlekol. WaeatMt UJ-** 4* Evidences Cbristianityv and Political
4 _
P.C ler, Jr..Br
;S.. .. PJ i Charges modcralej and regulated the amount FRENCH DARLEY'S, AItABL&"IIEAVE REMEDY, Oct. 12th, 1850,6m.t B. Allien. Pfit Roa wa 44* 'Economy, -" -' MO
._ .
S 4 1 claimed, and tb f xtcnt of services required.AH DYIN0.1AND CLEANING, ;An article of great merit And .which noone who F Job TlemlBit, lii.btfgfi4.*- Tbe Ancient J aaguase?) .' .- 909

eommuu itioii*, to 'mints intertion, must which be truzts will -enable him'to give general owns a Ilorao should be without. S ; "1 am a man, and nothing which white td S fl.Jangvl..Uastset.w. 4 4e* ,&vtvf. PARRAJIOBE,.ftesHeal.'

satisfaction.io all who may; please ,tofavor, him man foreign to feelings.1.". '- --.! -g ->/ 'Cjrrat Belts, Jr. Labatae 4Joha S
Dr. ChrtttleV'Gal-vaiilo hrajcelet ,
IJ; I,. p4tjtd. it i > dec4tf.BRYAT with their patronage.1' : r Belt, Hanoi Doyl.etevi i*> ,. t Jf4 RINSO:?,

*,1 : .. Ladies' silk and woolen Dresses, Shawls, &o., 'Necklace, and Magnetic Fluid. v Yautfi and ManhoodATigorous\ Lift or a ,I ZphmiiB<*ot k Cb41er P. LetsBioeabsty LaaetUt '4 4*. .S, SSt. > A BVNtS

:leanedand dyed various colors, sgas to give good J'orihi Removal'a f.Pcnhanent' of all Premature Death-READ t. ,,. S ,4, 8.B:; ThOtA&
S 34M % ;. satisfactio'n;:> Table Covers cleaned or>dyed, as I --S :' 'ffertotu Jinitff'f : PL7* rH sranj > S : 'J IItMAT
KINKELIN. ON SELF S SJekioavtlI.Ck.ap
. PRESERVATION Robert TTcIUbdr
)M' __ Roy, ftS. .
jAnd o1Lhoaecomplaint.a.wbics
maybe required. are canscj .
Gentlemen'sgarmensrenovated lyan ,
.1.1.-c. B**}*, Delaware d* '
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OnIy25Csnta. J
in tie name good style forincrly! co a3 not to be impaired, weakened or unhealthy condition ol' Wm.15B.yd.atler- d$ ,
v
Will attend toossIoualbnuInWia the Courts surpassed by any done at the North or dyed rVMih Book'just published, l hi filled1with usefu .i NCCI7a ads fc C*, Volfereek do;- '
; as
information I.T
F the Eiutern Circuit of Florida, and ia-the Federal may required. La4i *rbonnotf dyed. black NEIVOUS .SYSTEST ., JL on the inflrmitiel and diteaseot -' ;Peter m.R.VolberhB.t1.r B. tttner Saabary', ... d 4E.* ' S.- _S S. -
the S '
Generative
-. ,. i Court f or tte Northern District of Florida.M cleaned, and pressed So a superior style. 'Ladies5and This beautiful and convenient application of tbe Organs it-addresses itself W. L. Saitb,Watertow/f f .,J|, T, ; :
: alike to YOUTH MANHOOD
and OLD AGE r. ,
tentetien'sKldGIove.! cleaned.after mysterious of GALYANliftl and MAG g. IflSFM45&8rIag$, 4
the power
y.i'S A'.SO'ACENT most approved London fashion,, ;NETISM,bag been pronounced by distinguished To all who apprehend or 1 suffer under thedire C,eary. Halb Xarray rt,toekpott d 4 4.*. : '- B."Stzost. Srrim

.t S* S i > physicians both in Kurone and the United consequences of early or prolonged indiscretions SUBSCRIBER won d'ceeettsfly1a.-
States .
for .lntbe Mr. )I.KIELbasbeen NDj.Lywat.CarfBaodff* 1'. '
genesi1Buna
s otaUjrespecting
<
: Jtppofated"Agent for to be the mottvaluable tnedicijial the to all who feel the'exhaustive effects ofntedenta* ntvaf )V J JL form thecithen* bf Iacbonvfll.'aMiirrounding -
itfovery ,
'..."grant* and.donation*t of lands, and ,th* location the above'establishment.-and. will, attend to the of ry and baneful'habits-to all.who to,addition-4o J.-Aj Sbsrasw.Trset.4.... iV eoqntrj-. that W'epewd the abetvecUbliabmcntwilhaview.'to
S '* reception and delivery of work in Ja.cksonvilleand declining are the 'A "Tat kilt.Belle we Tail*,i !Tty. sell atrtwteto
& er selling thereof : S :DT1IVILC XS physical energy, victims of;nero Hoaidy. Crafte* a.Aievy Modi*
"" the surfonqding country 'Term' moderate. vous and mental debility and-of moping and me]- Jacob p'Isr..CMeIst' .4, .' '. r rate, belie vtejr that a>iwah46e penayto better

rf\ / ,|AMO-Aoraf' ( March 21/1S30. *: -3DiDUIYGthEMICAtS.&c 1 Comp Extractor Bartaparllla, ancholy despondency Dr< K, woufii say-. tsp.rtflVflT Wtadbi '< ,' than riowitdllBi .' 'He*has received," aad i*
:
? fOI'the eoIlectSva ci CLvims npon the United : / I Original;toriteiiftl: -READ THIS BOOK*. 5- tbse eJCor*l k, Norfolk t* '-' constantly noeivingthe; HOST VW101554fl.XLa1nrV and

"r *States'for TIs NOW WELL.KNOWNBYMANY The ,alui.ble advice ter& $Usk..y4 a..s. _- .rrrtz f.JPsACysaid :*tp1.- P77a.odIto'nft
MQt arj'of other serviceSj'I'penslons ; I sat 1ingessjv arnTag ft
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l : AND easily proved by ni that or.sr.Leriasasvsn.B.es S ;;;.' ic ) ,Jo .,. -
; givesw.ni prevent yeart of, misery andiuffering, .fiU ,C 41., C 5' .
S nprJie* fnrnithcd.oInnt.eeriand for horses'orother'propertU 1 S 5 r -i/-t. >i ; Sj -- S S s---
.. 0' TOWNSEND and save annually Thousand* Lives.!* 8.0su.. '-- "J 4* 4. < > Amencan
sTCiAJfs ? Engl ians( Pnntsjmbroider&i Gng1aitChambraye
TO pn DnucciSTS Ain .
*tf 1Or wLltttthV- United'States. CODXTIIY ,MKUCIIAKXS.,. vdid'obtain! front DR. :W1LCOX tbe leeeipt for Parents, by reading it'will learn how to proven '. ,; .sIridji.Z.Hueltia4& C.
SI1I4Ie.. i ;: manufacturing the original the destruction oftheir'chjdren! ; .r. ." Ceomftst'Biajttiarif 'do "jj -'-

Address jMksmviae.'EifF .rida..' '"' jE.; : TELEa&t31W. nost i'espeet / ryiLcox CQMPO uifu, '; Or>* Aremittanoe of 25 cents, enclosed in a let"ter 4 H. B U 4. 1.. Modltfis; Linen Lawns; -.
BR.
't vs. ; solicit attention te their fresh stock of S and tuat.Ii6ddaftertbe5cbarCer and? fepntV- addressed tonerof'THIRD DR KfNKELJST}N 'Wcor L- "Taat. vHtrtllJaWSJ: -' Silk Tweoe end Ba z L.C.Handielrfiief ; '

Knglish, French, German, and Americanl5rnp t joawas, csu?lisbed*as being the most -- BUNION* filreete tween .7.54 ::" Snsb Ada.t 'di' Silk snd Cotton Handkehluefs, .-

i t S LDEn1o. j Medicines? :Cbcmicali' Pttiats Oils.->ye''StuSj, H ,. Spmci'ti Pine, PHIKApELPHlAi will enstre a S&-V.1 oo..t"1. Cls1.actt. Obi!. Gloves! :Lisle,Spua SilX SDi.
,
I Glaasware PerrumeryPateutMefrc1noe;; : &o.___ b 9bderenTelope, per."relnra of maif"VJ" '
ATTOBNJCT in the. world for P .J'.Quftsb5&C,4.gZ. iiad 1
the White io1ordilosepv
AW aNew t.oreo. ; following Utwates -sueha Wr. S K ? *
294 Market .
lfavIng opened st FIRTEEYEAEs;; atwasith '
as 2
rtiored bis Scrofula. Consumption King'tlivU Salt S S S 51.L -U I Htwe *
*
'office from Columhia with 'resb iley.V.ny'4, :
HAVING a fuU8uppyQ5f Drugs andLMeiiintrydeaJerftoex- iiCexJeuslve and :
.Jlheum lcf11 pniuterrnpted practioei'epe'nt .
f- k.ry4pelss llend Tiitbt- 11ThP.'NIT4tk4d.
& S auonTili %
y ..Pavinfwmf'his clues_ we repoctfu1I7 0f th ChestDy *> thUcjty,haverendered Lr.K tb.1 meal.expeit Cjk 1SC. S.S.. BrSirFt &
new pepgia, Palpi* 5tou.jraubIIdilly 5' -
Ioqieetfuliy; friend thtjjj4 amine our tock before 'pttfchflsingfeUowhere, 'ta.Uo oC the arid euec3asful,'praetUlonc? fkr and near,' la, the S eels? Jeh ) "-S Bteache&.f7 S '
-1 Heart
and*}lj ,r J$1$ 9. R lli vTUli.riTnr 4sS. We
V -i 'e- -'
, S tigg lb. pmc.I dc of1dtprpfqdon, promising brie and.i1 wfeo may foef disposed to N,ryoua Afteetions, General Deoility, floof AL. treatment of all.:dlsease ,,of j'alpriraU ,natnre. obaCiPiUtbtrr '.e--* d** r = Irish jl ; Sflk D..
extend to u tbcir p'atropag?, to sell them genuine bus Person alii&d with ul ers upon the body:throat JehBiBBoeaw**. '
wI1tt& &. Ekilad.ThrLTern* tf Drugs and Medicines, on aahiberal-termas any or Jegvpaintafth8s ea4ojr'; b9nes.inercuri4 5, ,3. Ix> ke, ocs,4 V-' JJ"f -S.. 5,,, '-Ji $ Table Datnaaks;Scotch Diapers t&* < f *
.
.1 'the Clrcait Co i.iw tli ; *everil Counties OfHe other bouse; Jo the city, mtd faithfully execute ComnlainU, Cajtoerou* iiomur- *, MtcuiiAl- rheumatism, .skot.nresgravoI. disease arising ; Islo. 8ssber'i. 4 .r'' fI. Swi sni.Tdmmingof
ieB&of&o.; i ,
t1 the Eastern Jibdidsl C1IiIt. IhfsCoBBtyf of all orders eptrvsted- to'' u*, "promptly" *&$ with dspateh >> .1 oraope putposff-, .arid. ,.no-j-mt'S.--; crvjer*;to,i:from youthful excesses or impurities of the. blood i S AU.i J sse, r.wavutr. : ij f'S

q ., llatoUtoa- the JlJddla Cireuit'the'tfapreme Onee:unade1 whereby all treated.the constitution Jthsaceeas.ha*'.become'enfeebledare -,. .
.. without;great xpiiso ) ht ifltb ; u& B. rfcjscriptionrl
Court atTulWjs anJthi Vv Joflut m1perali JMffiaSg y' wety
S ? &Courtitt.: clan.affords iwph.guarantee t }enfrtufed c'ore quality of *fl articles told at their fstaMiyiment.VVe sti,rettgiowily.cpnade inhU honor : i *-ff4r'f l! Coknir eI 1t Et ;
to/his
:4,,.. : .&tsiguitin AU'Ttinln; ai Saltpetre.'Re, ftS'f' :'2 S&' : as'ta.g ntle- ,'T Per1GiI
will reeeire predpt*ltent/on.*; ; ; ''? iAMre regpectfaUy invite Drnggistj'anJ country .jNoW.la'coBseqiwnce of tne bbreTaDtise*.''D I iuadconfldenOysrelytupon.y<$kil ajrapavstht 'i 'J. wjso*. i. Pstek, i. S d'uoo.
, merchant wha may wifihto.te; : iJ.Vp; >SAXBtisoyf; Vo LitWp.e Dr.KeeWe Celebrated PnhIj: Medicine*," and t.alenti.to tIme : _
tbc.manufaotjtrJnjj ofI 4 .
S iJtmil (standard .y 54
County, and populai reraedles,) tp/oj Wiord their S
' i4des?, I OWORIOt4fpoM/4 Pc1cA( ; ( .5* -' f-
4& '1 t .4s p
: .In Iii prinsevi ltLtSOt, .
:
tbat &cWarae&byenduna With 7.4f.oood.isiske in
w-r -' rated rinai It : $
. S fuDyrBmain; :th*iWjpte4.of.shLic3asii 1eaIng.! .and pnl-np ocure firon&oiaP ', jSarwj ,? ..alsotepfponsta'nlly -"
.'4:1iWtiig : balsa for ) band fovetail \jjry Moooa.wore.i rciias
4OUPRVflifZ \- f ;JNK1LftcflflO.. a.I1 offtke abevecompIajntAn4 ifrpm -or by lbavD irffltai ei| *

D. A1Tt Wkolexut Druggistg.Ro.WJUartitst., derlul hit k .wJedgerorth.ha.$ tfl-7erp O: o keIereyi ..4kent.dIa'IlVaue.tt r I aJrajL> ."ijTj:if4.ifji 4'tt. 9 3*

Se211yiiI "-:- .. Phildietphia; ; lseiUnX$*prop& uiUu Lbhig4kt4 $ d1ltOtb6VU115dWttI1thbOy, JtS* f LLUMvPwtV

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