The Florida Republican
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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 12, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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 )
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: UF00079922:00062
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..)11... ,..,flnt MMln.t tk. eighteen hundred and eighteen, .being of dJstraer attorneys,' clerks of.courts and. ]wuiber'BuVtan"of.Topographical '
,I''I1r.-an!. .. hereby jncrea ed to fourteen hundred dollars marshals, and labor.'one, thousan4, And fifty Engineers,. foaf, 11 nbasanditif, hundred et"For: compensation: "to 'in! 'i' sttrlott'ef. ,'. e thousand seven, qndji4 !I'r.s.v.hM .

I per annum' ;; from'first- of Jnly.,.'efehteen. hundred dollars/ :*: .J. -i", r'4" L., dolJars J -TWt;the"'.sum 'b//. .uine-liuridrta GeDera4. *- **six- -"thousand.- 'v -- dollars-*_ a J" fi') "33'. ,Forcoetingentone.thousanddoflar eJ DM1'J 1 t'f'c
!53. aiid, fifty ; J'! ,? -. ;miscellaneousjtems! ,two hundred and sxty.oriedofla f' and" forty-four;:"cenls I "'ADttVPYflfi'A i arkALsDxurncL: iL 4* ,; .
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tptLic-Nn For compe.tJ ti i'if.tbe Second Comptroller 1. dollars* '* heretofore ? compensation ,m1eage9fn m.
for clericar ecnricr For
i"F pproprated ,
\ compensation of tbe General
a for the lvil ndUt Surveyor hers 'of,
AN ACT renter ppropri and the clerks and 'of ; the? legislative.aissem; .)1', ce ,'
Btie XDMIMB of ;Goternnicnt for .theyeIr messengers in his For statutes and,reports including those in Quartermaster; General's men;, northwest of the Ohio and the*clerks irt his
< > clerk4mnd'
fading the thirtieth: of Jane eighteen fite't.wfntYtbite'tho; : sand six hundred and bf the several States one thousand dollars.' which remains'unexpended,. be'.paid under office,.eight I thousand three hundred'dollars contingent four ;.expenses of the,as.

hundred .d fty.one &I1d ,for oiler j urpoMi. -. fifty-dollars. .I For official seal with press and fixture, the directipn-orthe'! Quartermaster"General !*'or compensation of the Surveyor Generai sembly, :That the twenty accounlieff thousand officers dollars.T_ ..

For compensation'of one temporary clerkin .I two hundred and fifty dollars. I to the persons !b'o"'jJt'rf 'ri'the; /'d ties"forwbt 01 Illinois and Missouri and the t clerks m loj audit ad a1J be. eropb eTe4 .

Sic.. 1. ,Be it enacted 6, tht Senate 'and the office. cf Second Comptroller, at a salary In the office ,of the Commissioner of ;Cut* h the appropriation! was'made.For .- his office. :five thousand eight .hundred and bf Minnesota, just,,jind'.Territory 1J.ah4 far public-priikt jprinier nrfliefJ-*
the United ;
ttwte of Repretentalnet in bf assembled, thousand of one dollars.thousand per annum, one : .H torn. t Cff'In: ;IfJ! flu:'f r'fipar \Venty.dollarS ". .; # __ *'..y Constitution of the 11 United-States! .sach parU- ,'.

That State the of following America su n$CdfigrtH bf, and hereby are, For compensation of the first Auditor, and : For ,blank:. books,* binding, 'sta i?n r}', ; the incidental -and contingent( ,expen: : For Louisiana compensation, 'and, the of the clerks Surveyor i in .his Generalof of the laws'of;,the'.Unitc4iStatcs'aie,1
sesof office the north
printing, ,and labor one thousand 'seven saidDepartment and Hhe..rlou to west.;territory and the .biwj o l'-
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in ihe treaury.not the clerks .
of and four "
money assistant thousand
appropriated out any messenger messenger five hundred dollars;. ,,
offices and i .
hundred dollars.r bureaus tedtber.with. }' o'S inorte\ill .iiu$:Tetrnotfg'provision )
otberwiseapprO1Iia1e& for the objects in his office, twenty-two thousand tight ." ? j For.compensation the .1.-r

hereinafter expressed., for the fiscal hundred doUars.For ; Formiscel1aneosftems; ""- ,, three- hundreddollars' r inI !"f Jic,1ittfJ"&ir t rij f WG.rf 'I Florida, and the'clerks Surveyor in hi'officey! Generalof ;five accoahta to of be the tobjeeted organizing;1h it? the.P l tn! rl.,. .

year, ending the.thirtieth of June eighteen compensation of the Second, 'Auditor, For :, -' For, -blnkboks' ,:bding i ,;sta!!onry; : .!*- thousand five hundred dollars.r'i. -k andprinciples.as'af prescribed same' byt4'acZ*ru
.furniture five hundred dollars.;
hundred and namely.IJ.GZL.LTTt and the clerks and assistant bor jMi4 printirig ahsl Forcompensation bf ,
fifty-one, mes. enger; For i the !;; newspaprsanJpCflO4IClSqnethoubaodfourhundre4aj4 : the Surveyor Geneialaf : of August.twenty ninth,4"r "ll a a.t '
messenger in his office, thirty-eight;'thousand "and compensation 'Superintendent I ] :: : Wisconsin'and Io\va,'and'the clerks,in aDcUDI11 .
e.ght hundred'and fifty'llars.- eight:w tcbmen of the'southeast Executive' fiftydollart"tHl'r '" /. hiS-office. eight ''thousand; thre Jiun4el. twoJQrPthcxtrI1tOriRll1Ct4 "

for Compensation and Houne mileage of of Senators For compensation of the Third Auditor, building: ,.three" thousand 1 'four'hundred For boots, maps; ,. and I plans/one! thousand dbtlar.-3:4: 'M'ft.- .t'l, 4 "'nJt.m ywiir& C" h.. ., ,,:1; .
of the Represeuta- and .c.
members I
?nd thirty-six clerks, messenger and assistant twenty dollars. dollars '\ \ J For clerks'! the offices'of' tbe'Swveyor. ?For salaries of governor aoSsaiperrnfendenrflttdian :.t: :_.

tire and Delegate four hundred and six messenger in his cfEce, forty-four For contingent expenses of said building, For'extra clerks in'the. War' Department General, to be apportion to them according affair itt |bree judges and letretaryt; .

ten thousand three hundred and thirty.&gbtdollare sand even bundled and fifty dollars. viz' fur labor fuel, and I light, fourteen thou one thpufaud five hundred dollars... to the exigencies ofthe'ptibl.c service,:andf 'ni irie'thousahd seven hundred dollaisn 4
;and it is hereby deejare-l) that, accord- sand six hundred dollars! For miscellaneous items if be For contingent of said' ** -
For compensation of twelve temporary five..hundred. and. necessary, to employed transcribing expenses TerrHor/
ing tn the true interpretation of the third clerks; two at fourteen hundred dollars,'and For rent, fuel, watching, and miscellane. fifty liol'ars. .' field notes of surveys, .for the.purpose,.ol one thousand dollars', -

ection ol! the act entitled *An act allowing six! at one.thousand dollars! each perannum. ous expenses of additional; buildings for ac- /& the office of, the; -.Commanding General pteservm .them at the seat of,Government For compensation and mileage, member" J.
to the members of the Senate commodation' officers of the .
of legislative
compensation and temporary at five hundred Treasury twenty thousand,dollars- assemblr.clerkv-officerrf! and..
members of the House of Rq.ieeutatives) of messenger Department, seven thousand five hundred For miscellaneous items three hundred of contingent expenses i)
dollars per annum, fourteei. thousand one ollars. For compensation Surveyor General of fthtt! t1'roar -
the United Slates and to the Delegates of, hundred dollars. For of extra and fifty dollars. ;* t Arkansas, per -act of eighth of :August, thousand dollars. .. .: -0 ;-. '-'."' '

the Territories and repealing all other lawson cleiks authorized to be employed arrearages in said office DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. In the'office: .of'the AJjutdnt General." eighteen hundred and forty-six, two thousand For library for said Territory five thousand**,. '

that Mibject," approved and twenty-second to first of December next, four hundred For compensation of the Secretary of the For,printing Army Registers :aiid i orders, I dollars. dollars: Pr0v eillteen.U '
January eighteen hundred I and thirty-five dot:ars. Interior, and his chief cleik, eight thousand lank)books, binding, and stationery one I For compensation of clerks in hisomcepet' Territoriesof New MexcondUtahsbaj .

certificates which may have been or mayItgranted For compensation of the Fourth Auditor, dollars. thousand two hundred dollars., I act of eighth.,of August,. eighteen hun, "oe purchased.byagents to beappcndby'1thi

by the presiding officer of the Sen. and the clerks messenger, and assistant For compensation of clerks and. For miscellaneous Items, three hundred dred and forty-six, six'., thousand. ,.three President (the United States <*+.-,
messengets .d r
of ;' ?f
Representatives -
ate and House respectively messenger inh's: office twenty thousand' fourteen thousand hundred dollars 0, ars. II hundred dollars. For public buildings for the ry'pl
two : '
of the amount of Compensation dueS Net? MexTebr: thousand 'doOm
of their veral Houses four hundred collars.! Provided That the first proviso in the act of In the office efithe Quartermaster. General, For resurveying and correcting erroneous twenty Ft.A
to the membei > ind oughtto For compensation of the Fiftl Auditor, May twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and including the office at Philadelphia.,' I 'surveys in Michigan, at a rate not exceeding Provided, however, Thatanov'partj. bf' saideiappropriations .
such Delegate* are for the '
and to- land the clerks and in his six dollars< mile thousand TerVitory Newr
office per twenty .
entitled "
be deemed heldt and taken, and are fifteen thousand fix messenger hundred dollars. liny "An act to supply deficienciesin For blank books, binding and stationery, i I dollars. : ". *-. "'-; Mexico, shall Ieexpendeif until the SlatcK .
hereby declared to be conclusive upon all the appropriations for.the fiscal year end- printing; advertising, labOr: anoVJuel!, one I .: of Texas shall have agreed to the"terms x ft''
Fur of the Treasurer of'the MIST OF THE UNITED STATXS' .
the Department and officer of the Government compensation < ing Jufie thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty thousand and fifty dollars. I the act'of Congress/ ntitl dAn act .jro-,.
United States and the clerks
United States. and messengerI be and the same is hereby repealed.For For office rental Philadelphia fife hun.: At Philadelphia! J bf
of the his office thirteen thousand hundred posing to the State( Texas.the estabusbmeht i
For compensation of the officers and I I seven compensation of the Commissioner of died dollars. For salaries' of 'tKe 'directory;: treasurer, of her northern and western boundariesflthe .

clerks of both Houses of Congress, fort)'- ne I For and fifty dollars of the of the the General Land Office, and tbe recorder For: miscellaneous' items, four hundred chief coiner, assayer,, melter and 'refiner, relinquishment by,the'sajd State'."all -*..

thousand nine hundred and thirteen dollars! compensation and th. Register draughtsman assistant draughtsman, clerks dollars. ( engraver, assistant assayerand th clerks,* .claimed COby her, :;exteri6rtb| ;.said. .

and twentv-six cents. ; Treasury. clerks messenger ands 'messengers assistant messengers and pack.. .the-office of tht Paymaster Genera: twenty-one thousand 'dollars"'and the'em- bburidariesarid'of; all her claims upon" tb tI-'f1
For stationery, fuel. printing and other s and
two' hundred dollars. binding, stationery, '
contingent expenses of lhe; enate, including hundred and eighty-eight dollars.and seven '" LFormiscellaiieOus dollars' ..per .ann in ;is 'herebyauthorized. govcrnrnentforew. Mexico.1_., ,_, -' I /),
and debates one For compensation of the Solicitor of the ty-five cents., ..That the assistant messengers me thousand dollars! : : ; '-' -i 's-. ft I.- v ; ,
publishing proceedings Treasury and the clerks and in items, fourhun&eddol.jars. jcwcuaT. j:" .t.
thousand duliari. messenger laborers, and packers of the General .5 5 For, wage of workmen, thirty-two .p.
hundred fuel and oth. his; office, thirteen thousand six hundred and I Land Office shall, from and after tbe first day > thousand dollars. "T -7" '**. '1 For salaries' thecbief-ijus&ceof ;the .

For stationery I! tbe House' of Bepretentative fifty dollars. of July. eighteen buiMred anJ fifty, receiveat In the office ofCommissary General of Sub- For incidental and "contingent expenses Supreme Court, and the eight associate jusy

er contingent expenses hundred nd ninety-seven For compensation of the Commissioner of the rate of five hundred dollars per annum tistence. including fuel; materials,'stationery water tices, forty one thousand.dollar*' ,-dt '!,. -r.f

thousand seven*, one hundred aUld& forty.uine do-! .! Customs and the clerks and messenger in his for their services. For blank books, binding,, stationer}*,- rent, repairs and wastage, 'in-addition;to ,For sauries of the.j districtdgessixtyj j ..

office'including five additional clerks. at one For" compensation of three temporary. printing, advertising, and labor, two .thousand available funds on band twenty-five thousand three thousand seven h nndred dollarsL-'

lire.For addition. to the contiBgent fund of the I thousand dollars each, per annum, sixteen clerks authorized by the seventh section of four hundred dollars. dollars! Provided"That to enable the For salaries of the chief justice fihej ..
House of )Representative, :,thirty thousand thousand five hundred dollars. the act of third March, eighteen hundred and For miscellaneous items, one hundred President of the United Slate to"obtain'lof District Colombia, te-eocia1ejudge; ,.

COSTUCKNT, EXPENSES OF TilE TSO8CXT DE- and forty nine, three .thousand seven hun and fifty dollars.In the United States if he shall deem it expedient the rjucfg a.of'ecr :nd orpbaa's

dollar i iUUUT IURTMCKT.In dred and fifty dollars. the'ffffice of Chief Engineer.For to do so, tb 'right to'use the improved court- ten thousand,seven bi3adred doflare.j.:
or coxcacss. -For addition to Lhesa1ar4ohtbejudge:
j !the office of the Secretary of the Trecuury. For compensation of Commissioner of Indian anJ. methods of'refining'argentiferous 'gold "
blank books, binding of.
stationery !
cf librarian, two assistant Affairs,'and the clerks and bullion, recently :'discoveredind ''being ;
For compensation messenger
librarian,and four thousand For,copying,' labor, bUnk books, station assistant messenger in his office thirteen printing, seven hundred dollars. patented to R. McCulIoh: and 'James. Columbia (which is hereby increased!ta 4.
hundred dollars.messenger* I ery, sealing ships1 register, translating foreign thousand seven hundred dollars. For miscellaneous! items, including tw"erity Buotbe. or the right to use'any other method fltteenbthsdrect: dollaraj, pet \aanttOJ,)'-five

fire said library languages printing, advertising, printing For compensation ihe Commissioner of dollars for one'year's: sunscriptibh ,for, two of accomplishing': "the same object:'which handredaohlars "$'pfA r'fev: J& .
For contingent expensesfof the
I the public accounts carrying the Department Washington'liewspap'ersi three ,biinIn For salaries of General
hundred dollar. Pensions, and the clerks and messengers in ddailyd. -) may be .hereafter discovered;and patent d,'' Attorney ,
ight For purchase of books for said. library, I I mails, extra clerk hire, for preparing his office, thirty-four thousand two hundred llar'1 ", :'.- ., there Be appropriated :thersum''lbf twenty,. the' clerk and 1 messenger irHhtt o&Eeigfit- -
two thousand dollars. i; and collecting information to be laid and thirty-four dollars; the salary of the tht office of the.Surgeo,jSeneralt'For five'thousand doifars: ) t-:1-' -& i thousand three;t ndrs&olthI.r if
before fifteen thousand hun of the in his olEce
For purchase of law boois for said library dred dolars.For Congress. two principal messenger being heri-by raised tobev'en blank books, binding. 'Stationery, specimens of .ores and coins,''toreseWedat t be' messenger bemtberbj!
two thousand dollars. |1 hundred- dollars and the 'salary of and printing, ;and fuel two hundred and the Mint, :three hundred dollars. I inctehlo4sveithUnilr4k4oh1arsperand J

1i For carrying into effect; the international miscellaneous expenses, two thousand the'assistant messenger to five hundred dollars ten dollars. ....- ". The'b'ecretary-Df'the ;Treasnty;'beami, anOQ mvs'fronl first*JnlyueJghteea'Jjundredj

exchanges of Books, authorized by tbe act eight hundred dollars.In to be computed from. the first day bf For miscellaneous items, sixty t fivej dol- he"'.is'-hercby4''authorized1 arid i-dtrectwl r:taf General fifty ; and the salary;Iof f.lhet Altomeyj

of twenty-sixth June, e'urhuien hundred and the'office f We Firri Comptrolltf. July last.COXTIXGENT. ars.- i .. ."> tat L. bIn contract, uJ..On.t most 7 reasonable"ternis k being:: i bertbyV intasZojiiz.thousind :.'

forty-eight entiled 'An'act to regulate the For furniture, one hundred dollars. XXPEXSES or THE DEPARTMENT Me office'of thi Colonel.of Ordnance. \Vith"the pniprJetbrt'of'some well established doUaf3perjannoiitfrpcday. ; ; th&a .

exchanges of certain 'documents and other For blank! books binding. ''stationery or THE INTERIOR. For blank books hinditig, statibnery i ,' and'muting i assaying works now i in succesfut,operation'i.i reimburse' P.RevenJrJohnamaate M''XfQ'
publications of Congress! two thousand printing and labor one thousand seven hundred i i.i; California'upon 'satisfactory security to
dollars. In the affix of the Secretary of ta Interior, ; five hundred dollars.. I bs judged bythe: .5'rtiry.of the 'Treasury, Attorney General of the Uaited ;iStates the;
dollars. f
; For miscellaneous items three hundredand amoant by hint:out bf his fonds
viz. who shall the 'ol } the private
uinier supervision
For the purchase of books for the libraryof contingent expenses of the office of < ;
dollars. for the services i
fifty i oLaded.emptoyed4fqr,
the Treasury Department one thousand the First Comptroller of the Treasury, required For books, stationery furniture, and other '. United, States Assayer to be' appointed .
dollars. in constquence of the transfer of one contingencies, eight thousand dollars.! : In the Bureau of Toposraphical,E, :; eer$. the 1'resi.Ie.it' by and with ther" advice'and public hundred purposes and sixty-six J iinrspublflct-'duties,do Jlaci:endfiftyuinc-,, eight '

For the purchase of a :library: be pre. half of the contingent fund to the office of For library, maps &c. five thousand five For blank books ,binding stationery, consent of the' Senate" perform 'such duties cents. jJtsUyfbl "tA;

served in the Executive mansion,*two thou- the Commissioner of Customs, said transfer hundred dollars. and labor, seven hundred and fifty dollars.'. .I in assayingarid fixing the' "value of gold ingrain .::,Fornhei salary?of:anadditioea! )clerk;in:

rand dollars; and the Joiqt Committee on having been authorized by the fourteenth In; lite office of the Commi'sxioner'of the General For miscellaneous items, Jive,;bunJrcddollars. and lumps'and in 'forming thelsame the Attorney.Ge eJal'. officeiftwo,thongand

the Library of Congress are hereby authorized section of the act creating the office of Commissioner Land Office. into bars, as' shall be' prescribed by ,the dollars. ei5Forconilngenteipenses :; :-i-few" jtif
to supply the said libraries with any of Customs approved March third compensation of superintendent and Szeret ry 01'the .Treasury "and :that the ? of "
: thie.offic&cfthe
duplicates of public docu.qtentll.which can eighteen hundred and forty-nine, five hun For tract books patent records parch four watcumen of the nortiuvest executive t>aid United hate Assayer shail cause the ; ,
records of cOrrespondence, stationery : Unit ? Attorney General, five hundred dollars
ment bf the J l States iridcatin the
thousand bundrcd. and btamp .
be spared front the public collections in the dred dollars. building, one seven For the purchase.of1a**buokan&I' '
and blank forms for ,
blank books
including decree of fineness'and valt ,-to be affixed teach '
of elsewhere For miscellaneous items three hundred ten donate.
Library Congress, or : book caeafot said
the district land officers advertising land of that issued necessary : ; : s oce-onc 1..
of said bar ringot gold may be
For ,
the Secretary of the Senate,and the Clerk of dollars. contingent expenses .
thousand five hundred dollarar
the house of Representatives be authorizedand In the office of the Second Comptroller sales, bi'.1ding'p'aL- field: notes, &c.,. office viz: for labor fuel! and light, two tuou anJ from the'' establishment; -Pruvided, That For salary the bf f it the.IJ1 decisions- 34"t1
subscribeoh behalf of Con.greu furniture,,and repairs' of the tame, and pay four hundred dollars.For toe United States shall not be held,responsi. ; reporter '
required Jo Fir
blank of
books and the
binding, stationery. SupredrtthitteeriLundreddollars
of laborers intheolflceand, miscellaneous one-thousand ble. for the !loss of 'any gold deposited 7with
for two thousand copfes of the debates miscellaneous items, .,
printing blanks including for the National thousand six ,if, onetvolame: onloLthtrepons.
;twenty-five '
items for And
and proceedings of Congreis, from the commencement and union be filed six hundretldolars. r. '. ; aid proprietors assay :.provided soaltbev heretofore aaLiz
Intelligencer to hundred twenty-five doll!Iars. :the of t said published, ja i. u
oD.the.noTe.t salary ;Assayer
of the first ion of which For rent of tne house furtherThat '
ee ( bound and for the of the office the Court shall direct topublish
preserved case Supreme nun
use. ;
one thousand 'copies of that first four Con kTen'hundred dollars. In titt office of the Commtitioner. of Indian corner of. F. and 4,Seventeenth ,.stree.s .and shall be fixed' by! the 'Secretary' "of .the -v two'volumes, theft 7\tho- sunti; of' \
subscribvdv' for be considered Affain.- waruJ I'I.a11 the rooms in.it for eacn ,room Treasury not to exceed five thousand dollars! :: H
gresses'already: For labor, office furniture, and miscellaneous tbu eea hundred dollars foe a4iypJtzaeq_
'as part,)to' the second session of the : items, eight hundred dollars. For blank books,. binding, and stationery one bundled and seventy.five. ;doliars, .4t(C&zrloti! 'WortACaroln. published '. .._',t1' r -'_ :'T''t

Eighteenth Congress, when the Register of For the expenses of making investigationand fire hundred dollars. twenty one I thnuaand .-eight .hundred,.ana .:- Nor salaries -' ( superintehJenti, coiner i i J'o ompensaf.the d at ,.

Debates alieady published bins; \he price taking testimony in the case of an alleged For labor' one hundred dollars. seventy five dollars.: assayer,.and clerk, six thousand dollars. "", being.two hundred dollars ea ,!-ib

per volume not to exceed hat agreed jipon fraud by an officer of the 'Quartermas For 'miscellaneous items, one thousand j u. KAVT DEPARTMENT. u For,wages.of,,* .r.ktneE'three thousand by:.law, eight..thousandiourbndze4ara.

for the volumes already printed and deliver ter's Department at Evansville, Indiana, two four hundred dollars.In For cbmpensition; ( r Hie Secretary'of''' the five hundred do1lars.ForinCidentat .., . '_ .. .. .t. &4 '.,'1i Z"
ed under the title of -Annals of Congress hundred and fifty 'dollars.In the offici of the Commissions: 'of Pentions. and ass's- and contingent expenses, I ." FoLCOmpeflsaUOn oiu e.1D4fS .tIe"'
.which copies (after die tribuin c one copy to the office of tlte Pint Auditor. Navy, office tteiit-o.e: including fuel, materials, stationery, repairs. : thousand dollars., *- )r-. ('aus ..Jt1 -
each, member of the Th rfy.first Congress, mes3enger,7n| his and tbyiLan'd one. hundred For defraying theexpenseULtheuprem ,,
For blank books For b ioner : printing blanks formsregulations ihbnsa, d hfne bunked .aiid fif.ydollars.t ;
binding, ) \
Hot provided for by the previous otter for 'siationery; : dollars ,. C. crcait.'andJDistrict.Courts rpt the united
and for advertis of Bureauof > .->aji T > i
awl circulars, ufihe Ch ef .
supplying.,the members 'df the Thirtieth printing bunks and labor one thousandtwo : For compensation For repairing the wall of'eitch: '!in .8tates..iDcIQdipg.JbetDialmt.J.otCoJWD ,'
; for furniture and binding, ;four thou aiid Docksand; of lbci.ciy.lbiiKiiieer :
hundred ,
dollars. lag
Congress) shall t e deposited with the LI- Navy yards '* trout of.toe'Minij and for.making otherVre- dhd also.f jurors; and>ritneses,Jn;aid x>f
For ca'ses for records, documents and sand five hunilred dollars. ..ilr iu"btsiiian. clerks I .and .niesseii-
branau of for tbfe future and t '
Congress disposition pairs in. about the Jot'audf or. painting, the.funds arising from'fines, :penalties; and
of CoiigTee f official papers preserved in the office and For miscellaneous. items., three. hundred i: ger in his office,. eleyeu.1 'tbousaad\four. Uuudreddollars. one thousand dollars., "I. -,- forfeitures i incurred jn.tb* fiacil,year ending. .
< furniture one'thousand dollars. / >t s- f
tiece& dollars '
aiy !t .
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tExicmvii.:. and fur two hundred 'dollars in addition to ,for compensation of .superintendent anCourWattbmell ,For compensation v bf the Cbefofhe. ; ,Bureau <--- 'At ;JAthlonega-Georgia,viz. ; Junet thirtieth,; eighteenuhiii adfty -'

For compensation of the President of the the salary now received by' the recordingclerk bf the buihlin*.occupied by 'of rdnance arid Hydrography, and: of ,"'F t'iaries of Superintendent; coiner,':as- one,1 and previous".year yi ao4.l: ke>vjfe for '

UDic Slates ,Iwenty.fiv 'thousaiad dol in the First Auditor's Office. the.Sexretary' of.the Inte'rior. .one thousand the dralasmtn"c! rks.;'and .niessengerln,,his Y'er.and'derk.'six; thousand dollawJ 'A :Jefrajringtheezpensf4UitJinwhicb

lars.' For 'miscellaneous items, three hundred seven hundred dollars. office; nine thooaJud.,fOlli biuidwi:do lars.. Foe wagesof workmVflj;(three"thousand .. the.U wtCd.for States offences,are jconcerriedj.ot prosecutions

For compensation of the Vice President dollars; For labor, fuel, light, and incidental expenses For cope t.i O'ri'oCth Chief of the Bareaubf 'sir hundred dollars ?! '; i-; ? '1 -: comuittcdragamsttpie 1

of the United States one lliouhanJ ilullan: >c' two thousand :.two ''hundred''dol 'ConstructionEquipment; 'and R 1 -For. incidentar and contingent "expenses, United State" anAi'Jbrt tfw wfcwr SLof
In .
tie (the v ;
office of : Auditor.. prisoner 4T.rJj>iindrediana%. fifnr59e.vendoliarsi ,
: 'inateria1
construcor"dransmencJe'rks.and. fuel
r.-ru lars. 7 pairs,and:of the assistant i t inelu Jing f. .5tatlonetyire-FrS
For-blank: ,books, binding. ,_, stationery,-!labor WAR DEPARTMEKTiFoncompensationof messenger _irirhis' bflice,, and staetw6: thousand dollars; : : \ousancl"'te.. ndteda4thistaeven. _
For compenrttion of, pe Secretary or office.furniture, printing blanks,. .including .- . thousaiidVix'uuhiTreddollars.i : '" w-'OrllCni. \I ; ).: W- 'IMt -r't1 tf 'i" -
thirteen .N
State,and the clerks, messenger, and a fii". pay for the Repubicand Union,'to be { the Secretary, of : of the I Naval> : At For compensatioa;, forriheJielerk.of.lbe
tant messenger'in' his i office, twemy-tigbt filed bound, and preserved,for".the use, of War.-and the clerks, messenger,, and:.aisis.i ,For compensation and of1thc'Ezgineer, ,;W.Chicf, For.salaries of superintendent, :treasurer, District Jadge Florida ftpwpye jnjoep-

'thousand three hundred do Ian.. the office, and, m scellaneous \iteou .one. ant messenger his office, seventeen thou. Constructor dollars l assayer,coiner, melter and refiner,and clerks, ing.&Dd making transaiutspJLlhe-recoftUpf
.For :Incidental! and.c iniingent exp,n.MS thousand five hundred dollars.In sand eight hundred and fifty dollars.. ;! siitlo sand ; of the clerks!
of,*.a l Depaitmvnl t. Vz'For| : publishing the office of the, Third Auditor.. For compensation of !the ,.clerkano" messenger '. -3-compensation- 'in' 'of the salaryof the t p tI .being:.hereby oI submitted to him.by, the; c tiry}of;,the
tth*ia". in |.n the .1e'IU1c1 rI.mtoriu. and) in For blank! bopk; binding; stationery; Genera!, one thousand 4o' hundred. 'dolarsi six thousand fie.,theasistant hutdte4. ; fifty to four.thousand dollars;;the'salary of be audited and ailpved by[,-Secretary '

:the,eity.pf: WashingtonS; i htcen thousand printing office fufuHure for extra clerks 1 '" T .. ., :. ihe ann at/ compensation increased.'twohundred! chief clerk to eighteen .hundred' ,dollars ; ..of bf lb .I ry..qj bQ, .4 .
and tairar. < t-v x
one tnoosanl seven baadred book-keeper being .
.two bnnared4olars) ;, }, other fifteen .hundred "dollars -
pj ; .., For compensation of the clerks Ana'messenger the : clerk-to; ; LIGHT HOUSE zsr.1umblm: a
a. !For proof.reading,,,pat1iing and di (ributlng dollars mine office of r the Adjust, General dollars. Chief oP the and,the,employment clan, .additjoi.'al, t'clerkat i'a' j
For miscellaneous "SaJarY'othe' Idr Egrtt'botreconthning
three the annual ; 'nplymg
items hundred For,
lawn mud document ? deluding' boxe fifteea hundred dollars, is':berebysuthdrnzed. .
j ,1 thousand fouJundrcd1aud.:; fifty "
doll ; ten three one hun4rtd i.41lt arJamps.-
rs ;a B'urtau-'of Medicine awl 'Surgery. thousand
'labor,snJtranonationjten. r. thousand dol- 1 dollars. ,. .. : :-:: '1 '. .' i SS" b trai
Jart,5: .?' For preparing document room,' arranging ; --v ; ; -F. 'p' : :> Ih tlsani1'd llars. \; ...For of workmen,,. jventjrfivethousand %Jt M.'gr S5tS
and preserving files and two thou .ForcolI\Pensa'ol\, :clerks! and mesrse'nger : For arrears of,salary :to the Clrefot: the ;wages 'II' '* whiting,and cotton doth,'transportationlaidother7
l ; papers 'I
ForstationeryilUnk k.s Ia. dollars .
c .binding, :>
; in the .Qoartermaster '
: the office'bf/ : 'thereon, aaL / :
eanddolrars. 'Surgery'provided
iJureau i of Medl ana oTiepainnjr :
I : me .
'.DirP..n4 attendance;' fumifere, .fixtures thousandnreian re'atd'glaz&ig'four I. tlu'Dj !'FJUr' : I,General" ,*.t.u wcl'v'f"-- ,thouaaud'. -.' three' hundred by the'' .ctof third MarchYigbteeri i i.undrei For! i inculentaland t6availablefnrid3onJiahalwenty continjen i expensesjitta'Jd'tlion and'keeping in ttpaut the ligbung apparatus,. I Ii -

pail } t. dollars.- ,< ,. .,. j 1, ; and forty sevea'lhonsand four
'. ,t ab nndred dollars.1 I ; n11Uindred'
i ve ; ffli j!. : : ..tFor.blank. ...books) ,!:>iDjiDg,.'pritin.i; & i For cbmnensat)0nof.tbe L' ; !rlerks and! -essehgeir and. 'forty-nine, .. pur-__' three. thousand, seven hundred_ .! and,4yent' hundred and eftotfo.ur.dQ j, aJi i".1 iDt-' -

.for printing(letlec?$$**acoPpe 9"J -I onery, and. labor, *seven.hundred ao4 fifty r in the office'Clothing and 4"Equi For'' cqinpeneation. ol the JAwsULm in the office of seven, dollars., ;', ,f ,. ."r, ,, : : i!teen- '" cent' :-.r., "tli.1"'. .
books sod maps, 1yothaknd; dollars.. d'ollar*.:; : ;r., -_ -s : < age;Philadelpbiafour.tbbas4nd; *ndl'forty geon. clerks tbf:and'messengers tbrBarean: of" Medtoae and For ,new" machinery, thirteen. ,, 'thoUsanddollars I I.'Forprov4ingsut'b&1I1' til5 boau' ,:Da-
lh. Chief, '
For DeWepaprtc1WO 14red dollars..For. .. for ,miscellaneous' .items, ftwoT' ho. 4red lollars. i.,, f*aad-

.utra derk:' '!N .tt f"" doll at.. .:....;.,. :" ',. :j'. For compensatiori i of the !terbtindt'1 e* lars./Surgery,. .'." ; ". ,, S -': GOTCKXXXVTS, pi TH" Tjinirrqana or.oiufCON i property shipwrecked onh'coatoftheUited

'thousind4oIIass.:. I.r. iJr! ., : < v( )In ..<.tl. -I. _- :'. ol "? AND JONStSOTl. ;} i J I SUtes;ten 'thbasacd 'dollars,.to be .

t.F--miacelIaotoC1l. : 00*. thOU34 ';:"For blank bOQk*,''bin jn ',. stationery, and !, nine lhous dninehundiredrdollars."For : -t col1TIcEttcIE!OJ'TEE;$ATT DZflRUtN .._ .Territory of Oregon. t' 'expended under tae'conlrt>l'tod direttionr'of

'dollars.Forjcowpensation" .- \ ;!FJ t- I labor;'four hundred and twenty-Are do1t. : ; : thperisati i' the clerks- and 'tut. 'F i.l ng n otrlb NaiD Pid- \ Fo(1ti i 'bri feri1or.ib'rtilu"d t anetI'ecrebrv the r tary' 'the' a.1t.r1V 1 .
t. of I
k .tbesuperlntendnti. ., For!miscellaneous'rtenv' tare.-hanJred senmJrt :tbef office bftbe'Com&salGeueri all cqrriecteatbere ten thousand be hundred dollarf: lfoi'epairs.at t'I"idfi'ttlt.r
:1J then .arid lhe'Bnreans ;
"jea&insirwtc1unea; ; i i'atinbslding of.. J fJlO" d.I t. and"fifty doliars_ : ,;u..- ttwci8"."h. ,. fub[ iitence..i.c''thousand- ei'btb''rid l -' .wibnai t7YOr ..blaUk' bobksbindifltiIon g,: i E.Fot i #'.hi.01 upthtiUd' il t.pP lAthantentvood I tirig?abusings iDiPr veth1c1kocend .. .,
; ,one Tfo: buiidred d dollars w /fI IjFor : ..r 1' I '.M. '
( % ; jbroffica' rentI.ad: : h. '.I .or"oce connected therewith 1 iitMrfour -
In tht office'of'fa'Tiauurirfif: : ; LI : e i'printin : alt, ree 'JUlan'-n'--l. : '
nd > ;
'* tea dolhrs4or co t.nt. .xpeiseaoI ebmpensatioh'bf'tlerk rt'andlme8sent.'Ih'the fueIseventhousand' ,tw&bndr ddohlsrs n! "d' I"h ts'lt erTi $ftd Clerk h tl DcUlxh reaW tb1ttYdO1JZI aD4. '
said Viilding.rrrr: for 14hJrfueVaod light, orvoianr.op 'bijiiiBkj iutionery,' officeTof. ilwiCbtef Erigineer, five. I compensation.bCupetntendehtf fj&" 'h'ire.t'i :tbonstddollaiElt! f rt 't -s sxrcentM/ ; .I4i4: .I:.

.two.JJaou!; 1twd bundr. 1ft,. otIani, -' "" : **: and jirinti/ipi'pne; thousand: dola,. ; (4 usaM'nine huiuire44ollirir ndlbe'JMU, ,tiree'iFoir vratcbmen:of th.: 6nlb.vcst tiYe t7'iFor i "contingent* 7. ? $.'xpehses' 'bf said.I'iriitcirylOne f a f 1d t1Wo. :

vFiir* iBwelUuieoM' .'itewoniii tboufawitmeondred :For '*rbiscellaneoa-iteaisl* 11 > 'j ', : "tarftrj&'j..tlv five 'hundredji.iti.i.k' ary..blthe book keeper,;and Accountants; tnuLl" ."""*1I'6D'. '''1ho 1 L J- AaflAaM1 hundred'enditydoltarstheRary IkOUIDdfiYe hundred dollars .. teeper3'OftJ ghVhOt5ee.: .-. : .
( (
I.. .. .It--, ... ._..;ffi.. f J 1e ; ; .'li ,. the'W4"0 i*tr/nrfebyf raised, from one.tatwelifetniiiare4 othebeevatChep -:.;For wmDensatiotfaadwneage of, members tents! (ltl' :.,.;{ -
'j .
,4l'l 'iHji nd ao1. '.. '
sii.tei -
tko' l thr.A.hundredndz'C 0ftcerclcrk riel .rfi -.oIo.aaCi. aDCI .
':betn CrtIs 4'ftOtfl' the legujlativffas mbly i clotlbr. 'I
Gt .:: '=JT1 o7tbe 'Jj"r bkbck ; bindinjg;statibneryVind ars.jicftt :*1J1"f "l r l.j IIfM: 1'j" ) lIa''W a'Jbu' dreddol4 :.;.a,con'. nge6Vj od."peh &Jbff< 'AL"J"'a McdblFpT&koi' / 1flntnethoutbePAtta'doH&4-
$ aQQ rtt'
.Treasury. AI4hc, ji at c. retaccZjheTrsury : fib; d dinl'priD ni:'-r blank iertjficates: :*;for compensation,of the clerks:and-roe* l5U&e1c pt a D.Aap':,.h .J I.'J... 'fiT., ., ntifoQf.t! a d.dplJj'':!:. .for sshari of UJ lfllptef4ti1iO1d.'tb& : .
d--.'JDeIIe'" .4-.IaIU,- t ,'a,J licenses'of ves wngec* in tbe office of the Surgeoa General '>fiF nHr : : >< afc i wfti | tbrcfhsiarltf thiTiiryfOfegornder ueke ,* WhNfIiWUeTell '
e.ta7'otbet blnkstfor -tbeii e of the three thonBand'sitwKbundred7aad: fiftycq wgoH'; Wfe .v ; 4ol:1,.
.1:ihe,1er in..br ijfpI ,be/actof rourt nthof4mrne1gbtei& ,; I.
&M .lid*'-* ;"\iJ.J.Jj'fto.. I' ,*, t. 'tollee,' f 1t -d Ua ir>. ...* -'." : :u't. tf 'rorconti\ ngenriBXpenswioffwO'I'; l ?}'M 'hundred Iid f vtizbt 'Tonu ..".\k"a..u.-..'=. "1""hAtk. '. l1F'ot : .; ;. .u. .' .. : !,. .
.4 OUthOU31I14l1ori.l ofco aoll of ihi'rtJ rbi' D4 rns namely I | ,.ft' AIJ".O .. : ,' .- .
eIYartompcltq1; Ht F/rttr rotI J'F il eeltabe !a : A.Ait..1qe : : tboater1i riifr-dolta" t 1 ftl. M" 61.=.nr-, ":a .
t f1erecb 1tu4 a''H1' ) ej pt" ; 44i1 :, t ".I!l'' rr senrersin the'office. c-ttn Colonel ofi iDrd?. eixhoa. : .;enfy-lv < $: ;l.! :f: 4:43 'vf '; :'Ht. -5&Qt; : 'l'ft !';etu "t = .,t., : >.

.. 'ltC. '...' ( 0. '. 4;j :.' Jf ,,:J- > Ii .: :1 ..i1JtHQ At1.1. .d1 f1. }b "ito.t< I.j jf ;'t '" i'r* 4 .t4f: +l1J. ttI jj1i ',iVf ti.1i I i.i ti4 l ii3-:1 u' 1 r l'I1 1 i\1'1 to-. wq h 1 4 -

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tt S lipl"; 'twenty tme.thousand.sctea,,hundred, ii-.n G f for the"piyiseri I'o1 i Ddini 1i .' l' r mp1 'ib f v 1lIk:. : 1iy'ol'B U :' b S(" f .A we t1 i t('fSt t ft''h11odred .:'X"i 1tl .,v at D p fcif DK,

and fifty doUwg, bilitiesof that fund, cofttracted;%jhe Ge e- dd f atmttto cause:to; be._ete&4ieon; d6 11'" such exartinaliona and:rurvey' as-may ,benecescary
.For wntnroVftf age repairs anfrsopplienghts ral Land Office, heM the:fourth|>{ .March, tb a.lialgfroftt : di t w', JIla.i'b9Ib1 js$$,4 UlFdn fM&t' b y to determine upon the best and
forty floating: seventy one thousand eighteen hundred and forty-nine beyond ,be side, htidFI ) arid ,post iffic JwBiSrf, 0 : !most available;mode of supplying the city
three hundred anereri ninety dollars seventy amount appropriated for that.year Tsnd bbearned );FO1 tLC k*'pp.rt carnd picthdI Secretary should' ; jSOTnif rri, I''jrs' es sn [of Washington with: pare water and1 to
ftb and estimate of
L tents. 4Jor ; to the credit of the:general auhreying nient"of twelve. ''transient' l Pi ''ft to have the pre8entfeu>, & 'ent'ofdkn-strs: rerrr. *;prepare a'ptas the Probable
_, xpeRWR' of weighing, 'wooring, 'fund, thirteen thousand seven, hundred or surgical patients in 'the. '\' { ':)':'Provided; also, That- the' entire tory .of Wisconsin.. 6neth6usateisjOnePhunrdred cost of the' same, to be reported UongrtM'
dollars and -cents.. site and,buiJding,'or"of such re- and forty-eight dollars and n ne cents f I at its next sesaion: five hundred dollar
{: tTcanwngj rep tlHng ltS1)f beacons! buoys and seventeen forty-six Infinnaryt\Vo thousand dollars, t J
thainv,and.siukerB it thirty-nine thousand -- 'INTERCOCRSE*wifH"iTORKioif'K ATTOKSUf*' pended under-tBr direction pf.:Uie/. ll p t excetc. ; t..trt't1., For the payment of taxes due off the"btth mint j.:'Tr'SEC.rurt 2> And 6e it further adld'l"nat
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"' 'fW'Pbit3tre W1'i'J dgm MfJ1r
four".hundred forty1 !rjih f.flollars and For salaries of the ministers of,Jthe United sioner of Public BuiidingsI'resideil; nd dollars.:' '* : ; wif'
ninety two ceijis. ".: States to great Britain France, Russfa,'Pru's-r physicians and Rnrgfl'nfif iz tluiifQ ? ;and; lining the -arches?.\ betBoLtain._? t,,a> thousand dollars., 1 1I f t.comp n th b o.uri .' tJUc
Foreipenpt; wperintendenta visiting ,sia, Spain, Brazil Mexico,'and.Chili, seven- firmary give bonds, for.' ,,. of the custom-house building 'at I For'compensation due Lieutenant!:George roundsinJertlepublicgajnejIn; ; W..rfU1gto
:; light tou 8b;: annually, :and reporting ty-two thousand dollars twelve pauper transient;;patients 4 ri ia, to render them proper for Thorn; of the United"State* corps of .Topa-'; city! ,'shall be forty dollars per month,: ?
tbeir tona uo'J two thousand dollars. ..1Forsalarieiof be'etretanel of legatioto 'ear if application?,be m
z ;*For superinwndents',.commissions;;:at 1 two 1 same'pla.ce,'SIxteen: thousand'doUarS''c lion, and bind themselves' ,keep, _''J'W ,,. * boundary 'during the t-years time lost in consequence of tfckrteis..JWKr.
t;; and A half-per cenlM on'the; Tour' hundred For salary or minister resident to Turkey, the accommodation' of twelve'pa. p ; continuing the construction "Cl 'the erghtecrf Btfndfed'fdrty-thTetTe'ghteeri ban j the 'corapenlffction of'tbtf watehHien-wiar *ftir i
: 4 and ninety-fourlthousand! one Uandred,and six thousand dollars. '/ ,tlent.""Weekly .on" ,dnf averag. :at"Charleston"one I ."
t. :dollars. ,. ... 1 ;-necessary travelling and ,plher 1 befivehitniIeddollarserannthn.! "; ,
; forty-three dollars and eightyonecents, For salary of the,'dragoman to.the lega- year,. ?? ;
4 .abjjre for lighthouse appropriated s tion to Turkey,' two* thousand five hundred For 'eomp1e iog :(the'J; 3grauiftg,;"pl :: purchase of a site and,the'build personal ,expenses;? as, authorized 'twelve thousand three hundred and fifty- dollars. ; with treeS and e'nctbVingf'willt a; "cttstom-houBc and post, office.at Secretary.of Slate, one housa4qneiun'-,; }the'accounting offices of,the Treasury 'ara

three dollars ahu sixly'cents' : Protukd;.That For salary of an assistant dragoman and wooden ftncttof: their! [ protectiorij;*'t ;,Virginia, in'tadditibn,',to,.the;:pro- dred-, anOfty-two dollars.; 5' .. .;/ ? :! hereby authorized, in-settling tixT'aftobsta*
collectors' 'whose compensation exceeds to the legation Turkey, fifteen from Sixtb street westward to the the sale .the present custom-house 'Fot the< payt ofj draughtsmen and' aS IS-. of Captain::MMi Clirk;'superitrfendent ia
twentr-fire hdt dred dollars shall receive no secretary hundred dollars, mac river," five)b os nd dollars. to be expended under the:,direction!I taut, to'tbe head of the Scientific Corps-, erecting} barracks' 'and quarter at-saJaDnaJa.
compensation IMS of lights For outfit of'.charges des affaires>to Port For'exlend'm the ewers from'the .of:the Treasury, fifty tbou employed.under the direction, f.t Depart, Georgia, to ;a'Qtr; ; himtcre4izforwLajyyamOunt
U disbursing.j 8upriitendtt 11't' New Grenada; Guatemala, aud' .Ecuar cutive Department'and the President's l1ars.Pr011wed-:bat the plan of the anent of State;.in 1 the',reconstruct.olt ,01/ the was* properly. disbursed.by,.him .i
o thousand dollars.. to the canairand' fo!! ( shall be.such that",4be whole cost maps of jhe boundary 'under" the' treaty ,ofVashngtoii'and yond the nflms which he, disbursed *
completing lighthouse Waug
*'*4 M., b, twenty on thousand _dorlitillhteen For salary and outfit to charge d'affairesto grounds'south of President's', building and site, shall,in' no event in copying and recording, thelawi mating! 'specific" 'appropriation.- :,Jbr.
Obnce.Lk nine thousand dollars. teen thousand dollarel : j the appropriation hereby made. seven,thousand dollars ;';tbe rent of,rooms the work. < 4.
j compleiiflgthe! eignty lighthouse dollars. Minot's For Nicaragua salaries of charges des affaires to Por ''For paying a balance due the erection of, an wc9sfomhouseat employed for assistants to,the head, .of the )XC. 4.: And e" it further flMctaJ/Tbif
J for between to contain rooms for the Scientific Corps engaged in recordingcopy, the third se t&on'of the act entitled "la'
laying gaspipes the post Setmakingappropriations
. Boston'Sarbor fire thousand dollars. Austria 'Denmark- Sweden, Holland,
,1 rotk, .tugal, ,
r..d; For completing the lighthouse on Brandy'wine. Belgium, Naples, Sardinia, the Papal! States Fifteenth street, within the'Capitol ,that city and the'accommodation of ing, &c., including fuel for same,' five ,hundred : for the civil and"aj-'t,
.ShoaL Delaware Bar, three thousand Peru, New Grenada, Venezuela, ..BuenosAy'res itol grounds, ,and fur chandeliers '; and also'.rooms for the United ,,dollars attendance .01l..01fi.ce room, plomatic expenses of Government for' the 1
t't:1 .1Iar. '1;. ; Bolivia- Guatemala, and ,Ecuador, ners in the P.tsident'L4.hou arid 'court,;the accommodation' of and expenses,of employing, messengers, five. year ending the thirtieth of. .Inn., eighteen' l'hundred
For pf caused the late thousand dpllars. !the branch pipes, !lamps Sic,within..Ui and other .government'ofllcer4( hundred dollars ;J; purchase vof drawing paper ,and 'forty-seven,and for other PUN '*
repair damages by seventy-two lip! three thousand until the" whole Building and other necessary drawing?: materialsand poses,",approved: the tenth '*
torn to the light on "Brandy wine. Shoal," And for compensation to Alexander Ham grounds, 'dpllarii; J OI"Dgust.eII
18" .two thousand Collars. I met for his services as, charge d'affaires at.Naples For continuing the eewer under i for custom-house ,purposes, office furniture, three hundred 'and sev- teen hundred and forty-six; be andlbe'sam* t
For completing: the lighthouse on Black- from the twentieth ofMay, eighteen vania avenue.on the'east line of thousand"dollars:" -Provided, enty-five:(dollars; stationery."for..office: ; is hereby reeved! and continued ia'forte'fof! *

.' eton's island,Potomac River, one thousand hundred and forty-seven, four thousand street to the canal, three tlmsand;- shall be exempt froth all State,* one hundred dollars'; mileage and expenseof the fiscal year ending the thirtieth a lloot,-..
I' J hundred and seventy-five dollars. to be expended under the rection other taxation :And provided farth officers employed,,, in examinations. required eighteen hundred and fifty-one: '
r. fire hundred lars. eight
of all missions Commissioner of Public Buildings! the*whole cost of t 'same shall on the frontiers of Vermont and New SEC- 5. And be it furtherenatttd,, .That
For completing the lighthouse Carys- For contingent "
i t.Sl' foot reef, aI4'of Florida thirty-six on thou- abroad, forty thousand expenses dollars. For the extension: of the Capitol, four hundred thousand dollars. 'ork,. iibt hundred and forty.doU rs ;lor the Secretary{?of the Treasury'b authorizedand 'J

sand-dollars..::. For contingent expenses of foreign in- ing to such plan 'as may be app.r continuing the' constniction; 'of the survey and examination of.'Lbat 'portion.of directed )aad/ust 'and .Mttt .tle'dain
t. tercourse, thirty thousand dollars.. the President of the United States, brie at Savannah,'Georgia. fifteen the line lying on the. northern frontierS' submitted bj; 'the Jepl 'repnIeDtatiTu' of, ,
*,I HOSPITAL For 'expenses 'of intercourse with the dred thousand dollars; to be dollars. Veimont and New York, embracing hire! of Lieutenant Itblert L.' Browningj; late oi..fhe''

:; ( For completion of the marine hospital at Barbary Powers, nine thousand dollars. der his direction by such architect: a site and commencing the men and their transportation and subsistence i United Slate*nary,' Jeceased. for a share of

.4 Chicago Illinois, fifteen thousand.dollars., For salary of the consul at London, two appoint to execute the same. of 'suitable fire.proof building hire of hordes and Baggage wagons, camp the proceeds; the sale:'01'> -schooaer.
;r s. at.ouisviUt Kentucky, five thousand dol defray the expenses of a special agentto upon a certain importation ol printed independent treasary, arid other instruments,and al!'! contingencies, live.thou. _the month;'of-Apnl, eighteen! hundred:aid
S : contained ,in three case marked the"United the sum oJ fifty sand dollars: and compensation of to.pri I the
r lars.' j|t the three republics of Venezuela, New States forty-eighVender President's reeulatioB s
For furnisUrg raid hospital, seven thou Grerieda and Ecuador, to claims of those dred and ,ninety-three, one dollar?;the whole cost of the build vate soldiers: ,for.their services' as draughts oftbe: nretlMarch-,- eighteen hundred.and
Ri' And dollars.;]: Governments respectively, the several ninetyfiveOd three, arid shipped( to exceed the sum of 'seventy-five men in .reconstructing maps, eleven hundred forty-sevenj at the port of, Tampicov! dnrisg;
For completion of marine hospital at amounts due from each of them on claims Ham Crick ner, from London Engl dollars :. Provided That said and fifteen dollars, 'making all, fifteen the war with Mexico, and to pay.the amount
Pittsburg, no\ under construction, ten thousand of citizens of,the United States against the the ship J. W. Andrews, 'unto shall be exempted from city taxes .thousand four hundred, and thirty ,dollars. of said claifof'ont of' any'-moneys.in' the/,
r$ one hundred and forty-nine dollars and former Government of Columbia: two thou- and Sears, Boston, the value of said other taxes whatever, by act of the ./. Treasury arising from military contribution*
forty-two cent : Hand dollars. being seventy-eight pounds four of Missouri. For paying a balance-found by ,the .accounting collected i la.: Mexico' in pursuancerof; tie j
t,.' For enclosing the site of said marine hospital For salary of the 'commissioner to the and sixpence sterling, be and the the'purchase of a site and the con- officers to be due to Jose Yznardy, regulations;; the PresIdent. before-,relemllI
f- with Wooden fence, for filling up and Sandwich Islands, three thousand dollars.To hereby remitted Provided, It shall of'a
h::' levelling thc.;.bt and constructing, sewers, Anthony Ten Eyck, for salary and to appear to the satisfaction ot the ,- independent treasury, of one thousand two hundred and Urenty-I paid in.this biae, any claim submitted by the 3
4 for supplying & building'with water, and contingent expenses as commissioner to the of the Treasury that such books offices of the United States.fifty eight dollars and .ei ."cents; and.sa'd.ac: ,: 'owners of' lh:.vessel before mentioned JOt .-
i and protecting the bank of the, lot. on 'the Sandwich Islands for the year ending December been imported} fur sale, but for : dollars: Provided, ,That the total counting officers are to ascertain how much i remission: . i Ohio river, eden; thousand six hundred and thirty-first, eighteen hundred and gratuitous c.rculation by certain shall not exceed seventy- of said sum ;h due by:descent .or devise,.or 'the confiseatim,,;hall;

1'i; fourdollars., ..J: forty-nine, three thousand nine hundred and societies in the United States. dollars:' And provided also, in any otlrmanner, to the.late Joseph \. first be duly examined and :decided' by the-,
f. r For furni fpg marine hospital at Pitts- twenty-two dollars and eighty-seven Cants. For refunding to, John Joseph building sball be exempted from Yznardy, or to his heir., former consul of Secretary oii 'the Treasury .the.,directions -

:it.l burg, Pennsylvania, seven thousand dollars. To Charl-sEames, for additional! compen- Bishop of Natcnez, the duties paid and all other taxes whatever, by theUnited Scales at Havana, who u indell- of Presidents of-the United States.. -->
jO completion of the marine hospital at sation as late Commissioner to the. Sandwich cathedral bell, presented to said the Legislature of Ohio. ed to the United States;,and o much of tbisappr9piation f SEC 6.-Ji6f be it further thaddL, Thai it,

l t Cleveland, Ohio, eight thousand dollars. Islands, in pursuance of the recommendation Prince Alexander Torlonia of finishing and altering. rooms In the 83. shallso, be found.duettosaid shall be lawful for the! Secretary tbeTreasury ..-

tI For furnishing said marine hospital, seven of the Department of State, three.thou- hundred and filty dollars. ,.Portland, Maine, fur the. ac Joseph M. YznardyVor.Xo'Jus ,he1rs. t: lo cant ;-:.. thousand doll, rs. sand dollars. For the expense of pauper lunatics of the federal courts clerk of shall be applied on said indebledneA'anuthe : nowJying-inUhe port of New York; togeth-

:: 'For grading,; piling, &c. that portion of For interpreter, guards, and other expenses Maryland Hospital at Bat'unore: and'circuit courts,'and manual's remainder of this appropriation ,Lc.. er'wilb tne frjach'mery;placed iherelo,'under,
i.4 the said marine hospital site at Cleveland, of the consulate* at Constantinople, sand six hundred dollars. thousand and thirty-one dollars paid to the ptherjhe.rs of the,,sajd L Jo Ti-< and by virtaej of a contract by.and' between
it: fronting the 'lake in order to protect the Smyrna, and Alexandria, one thousauJ five For payment of annuities and cents. Hardy, or to his representatives. .' .J' RJ:-Walker!late Secretary of-the.Treasu
:i} bank from encroachment of the water, hundred dollars. special acts of Congress, seven survey of the coast of the United o'or.pa"ment.o! compensation to :'Doctor'Thomas ryand Elba Campbell,dated Augnsttwen., .
!V11 S and secure thehospital edifice, five thousand For the expenses of the agent of the Sublime and fifty dollars. including compensation to superin U. Edwards-for his' services as examiner ty-fifth, eighteen hundred and forty-eighVJo ,
L dollars., t For repairs'and improvements of marine under the direction of the Secretaryof tents for public lands, one > thousand dollars. law.for the prevention of the.iipjtbrtation'pfjspurious Cceat aj.-pruiser and to sel. (if the"'said
1 hospital at Mcjbile, Alabama, two thousand State. hundred dollars. 'of the survey of reefs, and adulterated drugs awl medicines Secretary shall! 1 think"the public interest '

!,b three hundred find thirty dollars. .. For office rent of the consul at Basle, i in For compensation of two keys and coasts of South Florida, 'under appointment from'the"Secretary of J will be thereby promoted) the' said steamer{
r To aid in Jbfe construction of marine hospital Switzerland,.one !hundred dollars. watchmen on the Capitol ground superintendent of-the coast survey, the'Treasury/'Uctoberte'nth', 'eighi en hut}; and machinery to raid Campbell at said fPPalst'd
1t. at Evan ville, Indiana ten thousand For salary of a commissioner to reside in bundled and thirty dollars. nd dollars.' dred and forty-eight; two Hundred and fifty,. al rand to annul!, by_.and with
.;i dollars. '> China, including the additional compensation For compensation of the continuing the survey of the western dollars.' : his assent, saicl contract: Provided That the
.:. For'repairs i >.nd improvements of. marine under the act of the eleventh of August, of Public Buildings, two thousand d the United States, forty thousand For-salaries Corexaminers. pf.ili gs. for said Secretary.shally on selling-said'steamer r
; hospital at Key West, Florida, six hundred eighteen hundred and forty-eight six thou- For the discharge of such l .. the, fiscal year ending the thirtieth of:June, and machiiiery to'eaid Campbell take'.fron f
; dolJars. T i sand dollars. claims not otherwise provided for, the Clerk of-the House of Rep eighteen hundred,and, fifty-one'at Bostop, him a release or discharge. of tbe-Unitedi
;j' 'To aid In the construction of marine hospital For salary of ,the interpreter and secretary beaJm.tttd in due course of to pay for one hundred and two New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,Charleston -States'from" 11 'claims and demands'ooJer

! at Ylcktturg, ,Mississippi, tea thousand to said missifln, two thousand five hundred the Treasury, live thousand dollars:' oftbe eighth volume of the American and New Orleans per act twentysixthof and by virtues of said contract.- .-T* .
I dollars..*! dollars. cUd That no part of the posUbI'S!, to be retained in his possession. June, eighteen hundred and ..forty-eight Approved;September 30,1850. i
r rti For completion ,f marine hospital at Paducah For compensation of the consuls at the be drawn from the Treasury except of by Congress at sixteen and third of 'Marcheighteen; ..hundred and '

I sevens thousand six hundred and five ports in China, via: K wa 1g.chow suance of some law or resolution and eighty-three cents per volume, forty-nine, seven thousand dollars :
,i jrenty-five dollars. Amoy, Fucbow, Ning-po and, Shaug-hait' gress authorizing the expenditure.' seven hundred and sixteen For salary of>clerk to examiner at New PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
.J For completion of marine hospital at five thousand dollars. For salaries and commissions of and sixty-six cents. J York; one thousand dollars.. r' .

'. Natchez two thousand. two hundred and fifty For salary of consul-general at Alexandria of land offices and receivers of the Clerk of the House of Rep- For.the. payment W.J. Duane,.of Philadelphia Fellow citizens of the Senate' .. -. ".
J dollars. three thousand dollars. neys, one hundred and twenty-eight to pay for one hjundred and executor of Daniel Parker'deceas- and of i the Hokse of Representativef-
For the construction of a marine hospital For clerk hire, office rent, and other expenses sand and seventy dollars. copies of.the eighth volume of the ed!, late Paymaster General and agent' 'for Being snittcnlj called, In the :mickkoTtbelait:'
, to be located by the Secretary the Treasury of the office of the consul at London, For expenses of depositingpublc: Archives, to be retained in his paying salaries in bis office, a balance found Mssion of Confrtfs; by-a painfolUi peimUion V1
at neafSt Francisco in the State receivers of due the said Parker the officer Divine Pro id:. ,to the respouMUestaUoiv
f or n two thousand eight hundred dollars. by public moneys, until disposed of by| Congress, by accounting 1 "
of California fty thousand dollars. thousand seven hundred and of the eight hundred and which I now'hold. contented myself with sncbr
For salary of the consul at Beiront five. dollars and eighty-three, cents per treasury -ommunica oJl. to the Legislature as the eiJjeaej -*
, For com pi lion of marine hospital at Napoleon hundred dollars. lars.For one thousand nine hjundred ,1d eighty dollars. of the inont nt 'wemed to require.1 The eoontrr -
:. : Arkansas, ten thousand two hundred Fir relief and protection of American seamen incidental expenses of the dollars and eleven cents. the'payment; to Major W. H..Chase, was shrouded in mourning far th.,loa ot 1!.
and fiftyldollars.For ( in foreign countries, one hundred and land offices twenty-five thousand the Clerk of the House of Rep of,'the corps engineers, 'in pursuance of venerated C3ii '.. ', repairtand improvements of marine twenty-five thousand dOllars.MISCELLANEOrS.. dollars. ve to pay for reporting and pub the decision 'of the Second C.imptroller of pouetrateW grief. Neither the timeDOC the'oeeasion -
.? hospital at New Orleans fire thousand five For salaries" of- assistant treasurers in the "Daily uiooe" two inousanc the TI easu r\-,,of the second and fifteenth of partan apreL gt.-nta1 expression to requreor otpoliUeaJ to 'u.tifyn'oiniouor Jay. :

;, hundred dollas. For the annual repairs in the capitol and United States at New York, Boston, of the proceedings of the House of November; eighteen hundred and'forty-nine 'any- announcement, of the prin.ipl whick
For the purchase of Greenwood's island, attendance on furnaces in crypt attendanceon leston, and St. Louis, eleven thou for this session, at the rate one thousand one hundred and nineteen dollars !- would govotlj,jrue ia the discharge of,the ,datie
near Pascagojila, Mississippi made hundred dollara. and'sixty-eight cent to the p.rfortii4nce of which I had been BO'.BMXpeeteiUjr -
lately column
v water closets, cleaning rotundo, for pub- dollars fifty cents a euITed I trust therefore that it sot
by the Surgeon General, under the order of For additional of the For the "to Richard Rush of may
lic gardener, and laborers, and cartage on the salary thousand dollars. payment A be deemed inappropriate if I araQ myself Uiopportmritrbf .
: General Twiggs, for the location of a military capitol grounds,* tools, wire. twine, leather, the mint at Philadelphia, five : the Clerk of the Hoars of Rep balance ascertained to be due by the .ac- :itb re-awerabling ot Congress .W
, hospital, ne thousand dollars. nails, chains, and'posto, boxes straw, whitewashing lars. to' .pay, for binding the Con- counting officers of the Treasury for bis. salary make knowa ay sentiments ma, general naaef
in regard to jibe policy whisk to be wd
For salaries of ten clerks Globe'and for'mem- .as Attorney General of.the .United ought pn
evarTs,or .PUBLIC LAST*. manure, trees.for grounds, attendance Appendix, by the Government both in itt-intercourse with
at the western gates of the capitol, repairs the act of sixth August eighteen the Thirty-first Congress, ''ten thou States; and for' the tisfaction' of'-which foreign Da o1"and'in itt management and a4-
' For surrejing the public lands in addition of.public stables, flagging, enclosures, and forty-six, and of the twelfth of .or so,much ,thereof as'may be there is no appropriation, two'hundred and ministration internal affairs. :*
.f to the 'uexDended balance of former &c. keeping in order iron pipes that convey eighteen hundred and '"to'pay lor binding said volumes'If fifty-nille dollars and fifty-nine cents:Pro--.-"N tlon lifc" individuals ia a state ot,attan
.I appropriation. *, riz: water) to the capitol and public offices, and thousand dol.ars. J. RU la'leather! backs and videJ, however, That herfarter -the.opef are equal .n4 indepeBdeat possessing eertaia
g For surreyjingthe public landV including repairing damages by ,freshets; brooms, For salary of chief clerk of I' at a'price exceeding sixty cents; accounting officers of the Treasury, or other rights from and their owing necessary certain duties aDd'lWaoidahJe'tioJl to each other,nX arising -

,'J. incidental expenses*, to be apportioned to the brushes wooden spades,shovelling snow treasurer New York, one < I 'the Clerk of the House of Rep pay officers of the United StateS shall in no which rights and duties there fa noeoauoMP
several districts accoiding to the exigencies repairing abutments at Tiber creek, gravel- hundred dollars. to pay for'five thousand five case"allow and pay to one individual the human -authority to protect and enforce ,Sit U
4 of the publicjservice the part to be applied ling'the walks in the capitol 1 grounds enclosing For contingent expenses under and ninety-twi copies of the."Con salaries of-two different officer on .account they are .righU and.duties, binding ill,xaorab' .la
a to the survey*of the mineral region of Michigan and" improving' the public ground at 'for the safe-keeping, collecting,. Globe," and for.five thousand five of having performed the" duties:thereof'at conscience to which&II-t in an honor injured althoagh party eta there appeal.is no bet trtbaual -

.' ,'Wiseonkin-and Iowa,'and in the re- the north, south, east and west of,the 'capitol and disbursement of the public re\ and ninety.two copies ,of the Ap- the same time; ,but this prohibition shall not the disinterested judgment mankind, and*ltimately >
surveys required by the I location and survey !, the open triangular 'spaces on Pennsylvania sixth August,,eighteen hundred and I atthree dollars per copy:each, thirty extend to lbs superintendents of the Executive the arbitrament of the sword.' .z v>?
1- of private claims Florida, to be distributed avenue, for relaying and repairing flag six, sixteen thousand five hundred ; I four hundred and i&ht.dol building. .: 'Among the'tcknowledgcd: rights of natioac.U '

.. at augmented rates, one ,hundred f and pavements in the building, tell and -western Provided,'That noi (part"of said stun For the paymentto. Corporal Charles or gorernmdnt which each which poses.eaof it esUhliihiBg deem moat eoodnerr that form
fifteen. thousand dollars. approaches' &Cand for other incidental teen thousand five hundred dollars the Librarian of Congress to Hawke,' as ascertained to be due bin by the to the''h pptne-and prosperity of 1U ...citJ.
For completing the'80rYeYI of the towns repairs and improvements, twenty. thouSand expended for clerical l servi ,es.?' for and purchase, one",thousand Fourth, ,Auditor the Treasury, ,one'hun- lens; changing that form as cirenmstaoeMmay
,and rOlages: M'uwonri, named in the acts dollars. compensation to'special l agents the works of John Adams','second dred.and,seventy-six dollars and thirtyeightcents. require,and of nmaaginitiu internal affiu'rf ae- .
of eighteen1' hundred and twelve and amine ; ..- oording to iU*wn,will., ,The people of.the United
t eighteen For annual repairs of President's house, books'accounts'anJrnoney: of the United States_,to be pub : States claim ihb for
fcnndrell and twenty-four, including garden;and laborers, gravelling the walks in the'StYe"t depo8itori i''tide the Little & Brown; "m"an':edition"oj .To,enable,the Secretary tJ j th'eHnterio'r!to j readily conevdo it right*10'oth: ..themlel.aucl1Iw7 Hence it bteotM
I office:work4wo thousand dollars.' in President's square, manure! leather, nails, sixth August,eighteen hundred and ? Provided,"The cost of the take a perpetual lease to the'United States an inrperaUr :uty.not to interfere'Jn'tb favt8 ..
t For the surrey of private claims in Florida tools, &C., and repairs of fence at Lafayette six, five thousand dollars. :i' shall not.,exceed two dollars,and frpm, the chyjof: ,Utica "'Neyr 'Iork,* ,frce/of ment or internal policy of other'nations and although

t under' tbi act twenty-eighth: of June square,,Fountain, square President's. square :: For.expenses of loans and.treasury cents 4 per volume f; said volume taxes,,or other charges of' :any(8prtsp:! : many or the oppressed we UMV everywhere ympathie in with their the straggles unfortonatt tot
.:.4 igbtee. hundred and forty-tight,'including and President's I garden cartage, ic., four twenty, thousand l1ars!* s of Congress may bereaflei Iliqthe'qtrrHaU.; !,. in said city,, bout freedom oar principles forbid u from slUt
: ".. the work now'f under contract, fifteen thou thousand five hundred dollars. For supply of deficiencies m the f twenty-two thousand five hundred to-be erected as may e.'necessary for,, the in hfomi',eQatests. ."We make no.'warst
4. '/anddollars)5, : For improving*the grounds in. Lafayette the relief of nick seamen-including; ". proper accommodation the United States promote'or*Uj'prevent mecesaioos'to thrones t*
: Forsnrve'iflg' in Louisiana,,riz r square and fencing the same three thousand nishing of five new marine bO* :\ % of'the district and circuit courts holdeh in said city,: maintain any theory of.. balance of powerrertsapprcss .

:: For owtetanding )liabilities i of the surJiDII dollars; to be expended under the direction. building, vii: Paducab, Kentucky;; Office the. eastern .wing the ori and tbeir.officers". twelve.thOnsand, dollars' try chooses the towtabli actual rovernment h for itsell whiefr-any.We in tig eou-W
building, according to '
', ilepartment':in Louisiana, exclusive of the President of.the United States. III nois;::Natchez, 'Mississippi i ; under.the direction of the Secre. Provided That no'part of this appropriation no rerolatioosynor suff r' any hostile military expeditions -
cl the Grei&&urf district, thirty, thousand For compensation of.four assistants draw- Arkansas; St..Loui?,:ilusouri. ,:fwo and < shall be paid until it shall be certified by the to be fitted ont in the United States to
6Te b nd 4*ml fifty c1oll rL's't keepers the, Potomac bridge, including oil thousand. dollars. ',! '* **' the' Interior' for defraying such justices of:the1 said circuit court that the said invade the teiiitory or prorinces of a friendly na
: .fortfae Mstandwig liabilities of the tmr For the' as may havebeen, :incurredby! tion., Tb grtut law of morality ought! tobsenational'ss a
for lamps and machinery, fire-wood, and repairs 'continuing construction ,rooms are provided and the said lease made. well
and -
labor M personal iadiTidat
. 'veying depajftmeat?*i.Louisiana, exclusive, five thousand dollars: "Pror/derf,' That custom-house New Orleans. .;; two b 'procured" or applied towards For making alterations in the office of the' plication., W r should act towards other nations
the fifteenth of .
prior to
'.,. I 'bf the.Gnnfburg' district, thirty thousand, the.allowance to the, two assistants employed ] thousand.dollar .. ,, I} wing uch'triateria1s, May assistant treasurer of the United State at as we wish ttwa :to.act towards ua; and JofUa*
fire'bun JaJUtfty dollars. !. topographical' or labor.as may New York and .eonscIen should form the rule.of. coadet
in keeping'the 'southern', draw of said .JFor.the l and:; Jfo and'for furniture for theWd office -
r For the Mftstanding liabilities of the surreyinr'departmentrin bridge shall be two dollars'per day:' cal t,survjpy'of the eLa:'of' t e"f en since/procured or applied forthe four hundred and fifty-fire dollars. '. between;gorwrnmonU,.Instead:of "mere"power.
of old- the deetre of T.
hundred selC-InLerellto a gradiseneat.t
'( :the district ,buildingone *
Greensburg with such For
For lighting1 Pennsvlvanii'1Lvenu IromCapitOl Investigations'as lead i making alterations in
may '. the.approaehes maintain a sfrffet 'neutrality fir foreign wank***
#; ,-Lonisjana, three thousand two hundred square to the Treasury Department, termine. the most practicable I} plait for thousand dollars to be paid'out of of tIe ..buildinglelongi 4o the United enlttrat'trieKjlyrelation*,-to>reeipro aU etery
;-j: and twelve d& ., svi ... arid compensation of twblamp l lighters for the ing it t frotn'inumlation;'and'the best fund; if so much of said fund're- States1-mi.theJcity of.-Detoit.now-occu pied noble and gentron act, and to., pertbrm poneta-
:q 'f For proposed surveys in' Louisiana-->ex- sam .'alld lighting the Capitol and Cap! so deepening the passes at the mouth ; unappropriated,'and if not/the excess by the courts of the United States, and,their ally and cernpvJoosly every:-treaty oWigatioe

;F4 .clr.veof'the Greensburg djstrict and includiBs tol'grq l ''and 'President's house," eleven river: aS.t .'..allow'"ship1, of 'twe : riy money in the.Treasury. ..,, not oth officers under orderofthe. .Common'Council theae are l
/ offic| work, seveuieen thousand dolifz !lFp thousand dollars. T draught to enter the same,'filtytbouS: appropriated 4 ; t&tJ I of Detroit i and for repairing arid renovating entitla ounelris to lib treatment fren them Or ,

*-: : ar::' For compensation 'cbntirigenf expen lara -r M. fcp*!' r.,," ;lbe\cpljectipn'of f agriculturalstatis- said bnilding.-.five, hundred and,.thirty-five Uthat in any .bee enforcfew
L ,; proposed 'suneyssncludingoce: l se, of auxiliary guard, six thousandseven For .repairs i ,a1 lteratioivit4'iJ* r f $ ;,five'hundred dollars, to dollar, | / ; aljTo own rights wi'Jij1Udce and a dear eoBSdeaeeTt
, 'work, in tb4Greensburg!: district 1oiiisiua. hundred and,seventy-ive'dollars1 J : '-* : for the ; new.custom: house ,:at;"'!) : .t} ,of the pate |;'WuL. :* ,.-"'11: ":, pay be'.olt of;sub"scnptio.nBnder: ? ? lID guide one domestie aid K questions policy, the.f Constitatio'btl'shall.Lx viS M*

t. 1aeveiteeztbusand" six:htmdred'aJ1d'e.gl. }yj i ,;ForTepair ;bf'the' bridges 'on the1 Eastern 1aine&ghtbontnt:; dollars. A purchase'of'sacti'.Vtelentifie< :vcof s lhe'jointresolution of the third! ,of, March, far my,iU tnterpretatloa; to thei.difflaldeci***-,'
t : .adDlla .: :-j i ., ., >.'Ji'or } Branch of the' Potomac,'pay;of'two *dra\vi ,4iFpr repai/s arid furniture for rt\he" : Jiecet.saryfpr the use of the" Paten eighteen ,hundred and :Iort .mn<,' for .one that tribunal which vac established to POI .
j the mmeralland service, to carry out keepers oil for Jamps and machinery, 'and house at,Castiiiefin.ther'district6f_ >1&tb&usaodivihnnd -d'dollars, to thousand"copies i of':theHAtinas'bf! Congress and to the ttssge of the"g 'ra ntsaneliontilby
5. ; At rojqjrembnts of the acts of l\\i\ ,first'and for reimbursing the;Corporation"and levy 't;ihreeJ.li saud six hundred. ) :; t ? '.: t l) :pa nt fund-;: :;. : : ,to the end bt'thefourtb'COngreand; to include ibq aennfeMenee of the'onatr.',*'.Ireart ita *

:*hifl0fMtr: :cigUtfeo!: hundred and forty- court of Washington city the; sura of'six .For the purchase" a'site "". nsation'.of Iibrzfi1-bun. the first Congress, &S well as-the'seci 1u'pt4MalO it i.the will fib-peop&-- &isM"the.
i..,,i9 jriji;: ./ / _.t ;r v.-; ; hundred and fifty dollais advanced'by'them. tion of a custom-house in the city of *' :*,***cr" Jb': paid!, out of theTpatent" bad hiroVand lourth-'CohgressTthirtr thou emafom'tidtba eowUtuted aatheritles are
I. ,' -,4 comabn.iaUon.pf geologists J ; assistant j for repairs alreadydone, five'thousand dolan. Mane; fifty thousand dollars,'to be .: 7" **' fo.K' j Sla'1va4 ; sand dollars.. & '- .ntt agents Wt1.ha' willtotoeff eerufsed"IW T
peolpglsta Ubo trs, packmen,Ac. and-inci- .. ,** : / ,t: f ed'under the directioniof: the ) :'payment'?ofj.lhe-jBecondi( and;f third :Fo" cooHnuin thfeNpublicationtof the pow.t which lilaai bn grasSed. Is:ton. stit1fl'b be '
- publio'ped pretense
dental expenUf Uendine.I the geological ex- ,FTrcotnpengthe; Jimproycmenta. of" In- Treasury;'and .the cost o! said" oUhe 4tth1efieofthD Jne l, .vtor.kt.of.i theV .xlorng'Eipitioninciu.drng nMoMlo1l4;.'e2f what might tw.rp* WjinalioarM' "tVeytbem1ser4l1an4s. diansfav'enue j ,tureejhousand. dollars, ,: .., : sball not iCeed'sai4 s'umV'j;'. $ ,.under jcontraci:with; "th'e'9e&.' A IB A.. *prt* tU1 ".Qr, ,the; cirtsJhC can justify th assnnmtioa of power DO
I.JI ,;W .a dlQ, : ti fFort gadingpayi7iing, ,,.ep'aring tIldei ;:;:;;Fptthe'pnrchaseof; ft sitet 'a; 'tb ..Suite,.thirty-fife.!jhousan'J d oltarsi t .i faytto.: ttjfti t\. acentific.conisr.jalai the: .TjM I powwt eoa erre*a"Q.&he several -.
i.thon4! 4ot.--, :) .;- ;". f .101-If > t, S.\1)Ult ;D.lj'l{!' I pt tr i tion of new.custo.-n-hotfse' '1it<'M' se in runningiitI rnarkuig\ J horticulturist, and care 'oi IheicoUecdons] ,,' th M bIsr1y'eInP&V irdJatrihtt aB to fa the tSat-smcrtd ..
li t* for '.J11flflI$l.anll _rki'Jhe..Dor prpving N vr: ersey.ave'hoe,:north;"Pf the contain room, for tbe hn6t' ftie'hi Jine,!hetweea 1 he Jt nitedlpates hven-qy\\thauunddolll1f8., .. a' '" the imperfeetioa ot .tjJaacaPw1
., 1 1es
ol the State ol and accomntatonbfe' '
boundary Iovacomformably thousand dollars,to,be'expen; iaa. Jtsi ofJi ; marking tne,exanjinationsxorjarticje -. : 'sad Idiens 1yi1rat..Aut3LaosAkutl
jJtl dae..A4iD.the( d1J 'oMacebc.. aigHteen, ,the dii eti n tbo' mmi. ala/%*. ootnsfp.th4'i'nitedSta%*i ," c1ef lif1theie Jncurred.Bunder .. .
. : e4 UDder ....Qf_ C erCapitolthree ; t : i bytti'e i J4\ of, M tcty'aMJmithqaI. : o.t ,d fprtj-r4ac,0Efteenlb9u afl4.dol: ocu bl' B'.1J' r. ..J/o.J..p..f-.7, '!" : ,, tl c9rln4 ul '4donmodatiOnofii:, I P& aJg '.. 4. .9r.ttt' & ,\cODlDllttee or arpnl moot;or ; _. .4'i
J* 'liff, ., .. .: ,. .r,.}'op "lIt; t&on New,1rio'Y. .o .'iji 01lM11. d'40'0' 'Ita r f'111 ( & ;i n .TOOTIptteluneralofGeJcral, ; | Zacfiary t.Upon;.to t. .1 1yobid
,;! ..} .i. 'wb' : u'L ,< JlJIpro' ". .' 9-.1 IL" ..' 'd2.nb i pe Taylor aeceased.-'late'Preiident J 'of &?& : wof Ii "
J1l"; r f." r p'g _. t, uei from tBe Captplequare to the, pub? 'ttcbpup .s4 tn."t t't"eltcu''f" ', kkitM V'! i4t,4 lTrs'; .. tAn O4* A Kat't"o uindpno bal1.ar %>**.*:tJfprtysij Lbs 4'1ielaU. : .1i' $
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,' -J "! Y I a: )Ii4 : ,Ii&rten'a4on flumbersfteritcf. according! o5h.7'bI; .0 :C90liwm. { L'tto' "g\ : the_.warden ,clerk pbys'tlan..AApi 'dOUa- w1tm1.dut1I : from t.
Md-.Beyenty.ihreci: ceaiv
-p tb tin r b few time;;\fonflatlone cIaedto p
;' .c" dolerc' : 45 ,Of.f" .to such grade a '"he j Co1( TOjraUpnOt'6Wa9bTy i1 iJdi .l1all b Q'8Ils.taD.t ,a..4- 'r '
.I r petBiJQ.uJt..gua.ya
: Oy lbatg blgbali4'VecpOulbh't ,
w jV rsMfjp ,
a : '' ''.'F r:1W",4 $0.1 1.IlUlfe'J.oI JPP1P a ''.. hereafter e UibIish'tvFbthousarid tb. (l b' r 8 1b L1ifj.tl 1U : '' %e j penitentIafo'.tJ6oJDietretof: : l ) ".. J ,!".. : beceei'of !uommoemasnaeetLS .1.
I '.. ioath''I4fettr.4,.Jcr'11qmi.l t' 49iI&.rt4ke exper4ed"under}die .d' ai 84c l.aJ'r.' ( ekceed,$'tnt'(.&"' f seycntthousand jfire b.buudfe \ .9iLiFGdeft&7the M ..Jt $tm ,",if... trm..t'nIak17'u "4'
;. the arrlitatuin I,4onungope; t Pi;the. J tbprnmissioneofi.'ubflc il iDts-f i libn'herebyjuuiteSVq&*<8ib. ; ', *"" 1 : 1\ i ptt l'i({. sporting. +.bJ o.. J M4
,t., tFQaM t y I- v5tfyf.t .> "rotylPgnc4uj'ete7.Gorrnan, Thft Semtaifof th Treasttrf iee 6 t ii ijf1M h ttma n.'oh G.el :19 t. Jae not antlcipatej'any met shoaHof '
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.". Treasury, toh.'cobtiotent: land,of that office fgrniioirig-mione for": paving "r.nn ylvaniaivraae authonied and tfq lWn t l rd !: dr dollavj.i4.t eemelery jn/Wa3bingtonfioJ.eat ckyfta! bi f :. :J '
forthe TBtrricf ottkt fiscal year ending two hundred and sixty dollars. soo"',IUJ it'icanbeeffecte4on" discharging the expense of taking"J.the expended under the direction of the. f>+fi i.' other d:__f6 .
dent of thc ,
jbirtietb of Jpne eijjilficjj hundred and for.. and wxiy-fire cents. tcrmsaeite for a custoin-bbuse arid ,< enumeration the inhabitants of dollars.- ;;. United -StateSr 'four. ; thousand J adapted,anJrJooatad c sly. :j produeS should not eonaelLueneet sbrmk V I..

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in4ue: jxlaeeet to t 1sa k .- ;
g e posjed to these Incnraicas Ii
he aqcrna4ii4raier4(94hat.object( % ,' and.a Do rter to brtcg the rticle, a* qually.wUh'Mir: i that class of public work*eooptiaiac'whit Ibent. contiyhem seeIr.sMdeitn4sgj1ici.

hTt5ln ore duty upon that UMM npon one inferior,quoe- 1arI.a r -
kfO!the ny seu.fp peis confidenJj'i I coontry (although, forming 'alaiya portion of .
like ty._ therefore strongly reeonunend j. raodmcation -* m ,TbJs anthoTitjr.I sappose to derived U-
L! from *nf.t4eu tb eontrol ot Government' !'lexicahalIibecome Of tho tariff he myIiCeanieduenttrely
inadequate chiefly from
present wbfeU'JbMlprotitrMad. the power rrgalatingeouaacrca te d is th.4r1t
hlysenfible bf the vantages-which 'thatantrf'tantr&1a11 Mme of to'oar and tho
our most imporUn and neceanry m nn protection fulfilment of onr treaty with foreign nalioniand amoa'ff the Aateaaad
c to derire from'thearork,5'aidl iactureg,and bat Bpetiatfdaiiet be imposed dn stipnlst ions with Mexico.>1Tae principal doth of ae jonItyor aw frilaw.eHbeaa tyasfsytii
'he iarn thaObeGorefnment'.bf' 'Ibe1! United cient to tAuelha reqaisite revenue, making:such, fi c1en ilfttolr7sndrecusnintnd! that W here power commerce laying IIIdII Hectinjiarpoeta>-- inthat rririmad Out parpo**!sad)hi teA &
GovrJament of diMrimiaatioB Istkb.
in mala
States desires that the right of sovereignty favoMrjhijndiutrial porjraiUof C obgress ebould,at as early a day as practical tests collected r .approve and* are prepared. aflmwetsT :
limited) GoTeranenUi' Jtis'ranfined, loaerantedai our1 own country as to neouWge borne produtK b1 roidsorr' ,Jhere most be ports sad,hP' tonI ttSUttt brn eaactmsntm OTV K I --
tt of Mexico in the JstBmos'shall, remain Liga,without ejdndiag 1.reip 'fiompetitlon. It 1.1g' oneor more re- oo ,aa well.as wharves and.cuatcmhouaes.th at tat Aawrittn pneWbsaed: .tosjctter -
eiprer aninrpalrtd,'the stipulations referred to -will is also important thntui unfortunate provision in,. jiments.of' moanMsfmeni..St" If ships,'laden with valuable cargoes,approach kiadrtdbfeod aatf cnimtraslioecii1* .- -.

b e agreed Ip yith alacrity, tba,present tariff whlchtJuiposes a mncb blgUor. Fojr fttrtker suggestions tin this wtject, id the shore, or sail along tie coast,-light houses ish fbx 'Iftf Vahm *
a attris
ot hero'conneeted regard
is't d paramount
tboACri111 rind Jt ? ntyupon the with ;
raw material that into
; : i ntcr our our domestic Interes'li are
thelasta9Tices suitable
timei* an evc&I| ; iluty to.jtuarJ apainsl any; m By from Mexio it\rotilcl mannfactarM than npon thenanufactured article,: a nd the tion necessary of life and points torthe jmte fathers, arid that kef *r*ready tO tbe any -
appear,' -hcrwevei, that; ,that JSovernmeivt should be.remedied. '*'. .." 4 reporter th property-'Other-facilities and &tl 1eWt.violate its iatfgrJly, to dltarB a*
infrMtenwn1 1i1 th*j ylist rij hls ol the States, ( -rj Secretary the Interior and aeenrities for and
entertains strong objections to some ol- the The papers accompanying the report of the' of the Secretary of War, -, commerce navigation.areurdlyless ec iapromlies on" wkka U ft bssdWt&*
OveThe hj.c1' 1lset1'| intrusted rtoii stipulations which"the; parties concerned In S cretary.,of Treasury win disoloic fraud*M-,. I recommend alsut Important; aad thoM Iaaseoftbe th e laws waiea Ute bee$owBted asdat)*siis :
oar favorable consider
Conr vejfujhorii jr isfeupreme.ifiat ., tempted upon theTrevenueVTD'tanety and amount TonstitntioD, thereforeto which I slave referred -
the project ofthe.railroa4 ideem for ation the tb orfty. ;, ._,,,
necessary, Sep grta ty as to jnstify the condaaion that it Is suggestion contained in thelast men have
and received from tha
Butbue autbimty every isati ] origin ef,thevG vernment -
peases f naleill
their protectionand security. Farther.consideration ouible,under any gyst mvof ad Valorem .duties report,and in the letter of the Generalin a liberalaad;beneficent construction. -The series of tmrortv ta M'3S'd
citizen J>rho truly lores th* Contitutioand it is to be hoped, or" some modification levied upon the foreign eoet'or value of the article hief,relative to establishment of an sayN ot only have ded arerrgarded b7BMa desired tbe continuance of|its existence and of terms, may ''yet reconcile the to secure an honfoit'observance- and an effectual lom for the relief ofdIzabIedmPdestjtute aolb light-louses, buoys,and beaooua si ami snbstanc*-:a Stiaf t t& >nrfaflMdangrroasaad

its 1>leisinga7 *will rresoljlt lf 'aftd firmly differences existing btlweea the two Govern-; administration of.the laws.* The,fraudulent devices This subject appealsao strongly t your but een harbors establihedand bar bee fioatiag elaanl lights maintained, e dt3agaiiJ( >jeea*UA taabraced. / *.
resint any interference in ,lhoMi domestic frtain this to evade the law,which have been detected sympathies that U would be superfluous la and iarpmady Host'of fas)1 ma>>cU,'lo>rd,- ats ISudyourie.chu
m me piers constructed -
"V the and
respect. by the
> vigilance oppr&lsert, leave no room .even Breakwaters for
nfiarw, which the ConatitVition< .dearly) to say any thing move than, to thy yo tat legfaSatio wWckBt.xwedof
doubt barely
Fresh instructions have-recenLIy been to that similar,impositions not discovered, express e safety of shipping, and sea walls to protect
and unequivocally no the exclusive given'to the Mjmster'of the United-States in to a large amount,have been successfully practised m cordial approbation of the proposed object harbors from bting .filled and rendered then waayia hs--eaaraetT,.Jtoalaawrrrrocabk
authority of the States? And every such Mexico with, since the enactment of the law now in force.- The navy continues to give protection to our useless by the action of the op, have been !' It t sj kt freaamed ftws lbs e ,
ehtfen'will: also dcjpre'catej useless irritation' ,,whqls proseIntingthesubject This state of things has already bad si prejudicial commerce and other national interests .in the erected at ,a. ottsa, position which hy *11 tcoaiiteeedtba* as,(j
promptitude and ability.. .-., influence upon those en Yes fa.prfw
quarters of the measures
glob and with
-of The Union the
end members construction of the
the ,. ,
set Constitution
amonir;- Although the negotiations with i'Portugal, It Las a tendency to dnve the'honest trader from exception of a appears tbemore'reasonable" bot.hi Ib.inm.tnaId'pesdence aad aonattfeathryormtd
and all reproach and crimtnation tending to tbe business of ,'and to; throw that important steamer on the Northern from -the consideration -that
for the importing ,
payment of claims of the citizens of lakes, the vessels in commission are distributed if those a ty tef !SpraBiiet. % *
"fromanother. branch of works ofanth..ayident
of the pruployrnent into the bands of ,
Importance and
alienate portion >
one country '
the i in six *
United different
conciliatory and beet fortteaotir
that *-
States'against MaaYfv
squadrons. .
unscrupulous and dishonest who utility be
men, are alike regardle&rfbw ,are netto accomplished
of rol Congress
.; ;The beauty our system. !have not yet resulted in a formal treaty, yet and the obligations ofaa oath.By ..- -? The report of the head of that Department they cannot be!accomplished 'at' allBy tat, tk*eoaM be obtained from ejoaSktia*amEa.

Government consists, and its *ajety and a proposition made by the Government these means the plain,intentions of, Congrewas will 'exhibit tie services ,of"these squadrons, adootion of the Constitation tbe Several braZes al interests and opinions." ; \

durability ,must consjst, |n avoiding mutual of Portugal for the final adjustment and expressed in tii-1awsre daily-defeated Every and'pf tbe'aiveral vessels' employed* in each voluntarily parted with the of collect- For this'ressoa, I racmmcnd joss4Ius

collisions, and encrpachJnents, and rn the payment of those claims has been motive of policy and duty, therefore, impel me during the put yearIt iai'aourceotgrstiL. Jug duties of imposts''in tatir power< and to tie adjastneat ettabliaaed J ytbwa.
action all while..each iartvolring recently to ask the earnest attention uf.Conres to this cation that while porte? swres aatil time and>esperfruosh34.ms-
regular cjf they hava! been it U U
separate not to
the constantly expectedhati should
accepted on of the United States. they nine
part subject. *If Congress in its own distinct orbit. It : ia the or prepared-any hostile emergency,they htve money by 1nterna1tzstiondirect orindmei BeaeatJty; |W Jbalagnard
gives me pleasure to say'that Mr. Clay, attempt .important changes ayatcm """
The Constitution has mai'e it the duty of to whom the negotiations on the of'the levying duties at this jestian, -it wfll t C2me 1Qr everywhere met with th rpect andjtMtrtesy tn tbe benefit of IbM commerce, the rev aar, that against oracles or abota.
the President to take care .that the laws be United States had been entrusted part dispenlable to the protection of.the rerenuesTsuch that ; due as well to the 4ijnity M>t the peaeefa derived frm whiea da sot, either ia whole or from By the arfjastaieat wa bars h.N1e1

ours, in which ;all 'law tare passed by a .t jhe'Jutles h's appointment with'ability, may mItigate the evils complained of, should beat ,TL1 two brtgauill SCeepted( "t J the Qernirientrrom Nor do I preceive any difference bet.einth. rounded aa, aad kave a are, distiacl tjtt
and discretion, acting always, within the once apjdied. of New of ground to rest upon. And the eeeaaia* tai*
maiori the of the a generous'ciu..?'n .York. power Congress to saab e' auproprittiow **r ,
yof representatives people
instructions of his Government. As before stated, specific .duties, would, inm7 and place4uudsrThecomujandcfizpfficon' f i bjectooftbig kind w justify me in-cxuortinj; mj KHMiliiniasi la"i.
and these representatives are chosen for such opinion, afford the most perfect-'remedy for It i is that tins't ... "von and '
short periods that any injurious or obnoxioni expected a regular convention evil ; but if you -should -nat concur In this view. navy, to proceed to tbe Arctic seas in quest {v male:smiLir appropriations for zilir is,.. I maiiOataithat'grooadaaikesfcot

law can soon be repealed 'it would will be immediately negotiated for carrying then, na a partial.remedy, I beg leave respectfully of the.British Commander, Sir John Franklin, j ecia on lakes a Bivers, wherever thy aa large he:only mtaM-of restoring peace

very the agreement'between the two Governments, to recommend that, instead of taking the inyoioe, and his companions,in compliance with the act euongh'to bear on their waters. an c; tensive and q. (o theconntry ana uiaiutainIaglalI-

appear unlikely that any great number i into effect. of the articles abroad, as a means' of determining of Congress, approve! in May last, bad, !when traffic. The Jlflgnificent:MUsissipi i and its lable the integrity of the Union. .
should be found ready to resist the execution The its value here, the correctness of which invoice itid > l last beard froov tributaries Jlnd now,fellow citizens,1 caaaol tviaf taia
Commissioner appointed under the penetrated into a high Northern ,and the vast lakes of,the orth and
the laws. Rut it borne in mind in many cases impossible to verify, the law be .j
of must communication toa'elose
|ie latitude but the of Northwest witbeot lnr.ki frye
act of Congressfor; carrying into effect the so changed asto require a home valuation ; success noble and appear to me to fall wttl, n the exercise
that the is extensive that there or apprai.al humane t join me inlmmble and devoat Ikaak to th
country may enterprise ig still uncertain. of the and *
convention with/Brazil, of the 27th January, to be regulated in such manner as to give, power, justly as .'learly as
be local interests or prejudices rendering a 1849, has entered the performance of as far as practicable, uniformity in the several I invite your attention to the .view of our the Ocean and the Gulf Mexico; j t is a mistake Great Baler of nations, tkaaultiplicd blessings

law odious in one part, which is not so in the duties upon p orts. present naval establishment and resources presented to regard expenditures judiciously made s which He baa graciously bestowed we**

another, and that the thoothtless! and \\neon- I is imposed upon him by that actIt There being no mint in California, I am informed -, in the report of the'Secretary of the Navy for these object sis expenditures local pur. 5$. HMbaod. i'fwn viaflkU i* c sr fia hoped that those duties may be com that the laborers in the mine bassiavrd she fffillffff M *d fr M *% waie
siderate misled their arc compelled ,and the suggestions therein made for its improvement .The position cite of the
by. pfissions or imagijiations the. time poses. or : work,is I a nd (iomcitic.diMnrbmeW, cad
pletedjwithin which it prescribes to dispose of their gold at a large discount scatteredpleury
be induced resist such ,together withthe naval policy necessarily local but its utility is general A
may madly to The documents however This to me to be a heavy and unjust tax recommended ; i brr.nhnvi the lead. ?
which the appears *
j ,
laws as they disapprove. Such persons ) Imperial npan tne,labor of those employed in extractingT far the security 'of our Pacific ship canal around the falls of 5t. Mary of less I Our libenies. ..a etUhss b*.. SMta>'

*hould recollect that, without law there can Government, by the third article of the his precious metal; and I doubt not you will be Coast, and the protection and exsention of our than a mile in length, though local in its construction t aia.d; the .f k h.p. .11 .es

ie no real that when convention, stipulates to furnish to .the di-tposod, the earliest ]ieripd possible, to relieve commerce with Eastern Asa Our facilities would yet be national in its purpose kept .pen. and mesas at h.ppise.s irid.ty ..prssd
liberty ; Government of the United States, have not t lia from it by yie establishment of a mint. In fora larger participation in .the trade of the audits benefits, as it, would remove tBe only a nd rn rallv jny ed,jr irr

law Is trampled under foot, tyranny rules, yet been received. As it is presumed that t he moaalline; as an ossayer'a office is established East, by means of OCT.recent settlements on the -obstruction to a navigation of "r\'e ,than a lot inl of with nj mbVr B IMMU: vAmL whit. d..pty

whether it apj>ears in the form of a military those ocuments will be essential for the ere, I would rcspCrtfully! submit for your con- shores of tbe Pacific are too obvious to be over thousand milesaffecting several Sta. as well I iise Prej.J.ep frattinH*will frr she. p..s.1n iMl i'a..nsha.s notbisi b.' l3w oQ
r nM
of lIf Ip t ea
violence. The law si demtionthe authorizing gold
despotism or popular propriciy .
looked or disregarded. as our commercial relations with Canao Sotoo. )
correct disposition of the claims, it may beb been L p j shall reich ia ghsa MiwfartfaMi is rar v..ili&*
ullion which has areayett ftn\l tainpcd,
is the onlysure protection of the weak, and come necessary for Congress extend the to be received, in payment Government dues. The questions relation to rank in the army the Breakwater at the mouth of the 1- r uts. s.rri the sit i", e.*,, sad

the. only"efficient restraint upon the strong." period limited for the duration of the com cannot conceive that the Treasury would nuTerat itnu "*'/i and relative rank between officers of ware is erected not for the erelasive-benefit' n rw siieiphsoibu Uahcd C.Ttni..ai Udr wku

When impartially and faithfully administered. mission. The sum,stipulated by the fourth a_ny 1o-y snrh a provision,trbicn will one the t we braneb of the Eervice,presented ti the the Statesborelering on the biy.and river' w efl- ,..

none is beneath its protection and none ai tide.of the convention to be this raise bumon! to its par valne, and thereby ave (U Executive by'certain resolutions of the lion ie of that name, but forthatof the-whole'coastwise MILLARD FILLMOBJLiM

above Its control. Yon, gentlemen, and the { Government has been received.paid to I am rightly informed) many millions of dollars Representatives;' at ths'Jast session of Congress, navigation of tha United States, and to a tonsiderable iVxhIngtonDecsmbed,1O.' p
be that tot the laborers which arc now paid in brokerage have board of officers'in extent also
country may assured, to the inmost been submitted to a foreign commerce.Ifa
The collection in the of o convert this metal into -
the United prcciou available
of my'ability. and to the extent of the power"vested States of ports T his dwcount upon their hard earnings ia a heavy each branch of the service and their report ship beloit on the .barat the entrance of a FLORDAB1PUBL1CANThnayqDernber
duties the
discriminating .
in me, I shall at all? times, and in all vessels upon tax,and every effort should be made by the Govrnment may be expected at an early day. ,mtbern port, for'want of sufficient depth of ---*
place, take care that the Jaws be faithfully Chili and their cargoes has been e to relieve them from ao great A burden. 1 also earnestly recommend the enactment ofa wafer.it ia very likely''to be a Northern ship;

executed. In 'the discharge of this duty suspended pursuant to the provisions! of the More than three-fourths of our population, arc law authorizing officers of the army and navy and if a steamboat be sunk in any part of the J2,1S5B.JOmr .
act of Congress of the 24th of May, 1828. e ngagcd in the cultivation of the soiL The comaercial to be retired from the service, when incompetent -' Mississippi, on account of its channel not being

solemnly.imposed upon me by the Constitution I It is to be hoped that tbis measure will impart manufacturing, and navigating interests for its vigorous and. active'daties. taking l properly cleared of obstructions, may.**
and by my oath of office, I shall shrink a re aU to n great extent, dependent on the agriulturaL -- :
a fresh impulse tn the commerce between care to mike suitable provision for those, who a boat belonging to either of eight or ten States.I > TjmMMT.f
from c It is, therefore, the most
no responsibility, sball endeavor to the two countries, which of late, and i tercet of the notion, and has just important claim have faithfully served their country,and awarding may add -as somewhat remarkable, that among d uly authorized *t* act 'M Mtl A *s

meet event* as they may arise, with firmness especially since our acquisition of California to the fostering care and protection of tbe Gor- distinctions, by retaining in appropriate i 'all the thirty-one 'States, there is nonethat >e XLrpu1>ll BiM thS1C11p aa&VIc1lty.

a. well as. with prudence and discretion..The has, to tbe mutual advantage of the e rnmmt,m far as they can be extended consistent- commands those who have been particularly La not,to a greater or less extent, bounded

appointing power is one of the most ties, been much augmented.lo : par1 v with the provisions of the Constitution. As conspicuous for gallantry and go id conduct on the Ocean, or the Gulf of Mexico, or one, of .

delicate with which the Executive is invested- Peruvian has become desirable t his cannot be done by the ordinary modes of legis- While the obligation of the counter to maintain the great Likes, or some navigable rive -ACCIOKXT..

I regard it as a sacrtJ trust, to be exercised guano FO ho ation, I respectfully recommend the establishment and honor those who, to the exclusion of other In fulfilling our constitutional daties fellowcitizens Wier'6patijth&ftaIuT5 of
the f t
an to agricultural interests of the an Agricultural Bureau to be charged with
with the sole view of advancing the prosperity United States, that it is the duty of the Government t he duty giving to tbis lending branch of Amoroso pursuits,have devoted themselves to its arduous "n this 8ubjectror in.errrying Into effect giving our readers ;this week a. fall,ratced,
and happiness of tnie people. It shall industry the encouragement which it so well service, this obligation should not be permitted all other powers eonfemd by the Constitution :
lie my tfSort to elevate tlie! standard of oflk to employ ail the means properly d leserves- In view of the immense mineral resources to interfere with the efficiency of the service i we should consider ourselves'as delibe.atingand and Interesting: paptrj are daappcMnted

employment by of i nits power for the purpose of causing that of our country, provision should be made for the itself1 / r acting for one' and the same country, and chagrinedby an: oceustence wbiehi -is
selecting for -
individuals fitted places article be imported into the country at a employment of a competent mineralogist and am gratified in being able to st itc, that the i and bear constantly in'mind, that"bur,regard rather serious in the black
important?, for the repubIicofefteTs
posts c bemirt. who gbonld be under the direo-
r easonablejirice. Nothing will be omitted estimates of expenditure/ the in-the and our duty are due not to a peculiar x
to which they are assigned, by their known t ton of tie head of the bureau,to collect specimens navy part l While putting oalwde torn to
on my'part towards-acconiplishing this desirable tf the various minerals of ensuing year are less,by more than one millionfdolLirs > only bat to the whole. par
our and to
talents and country, '
integrity, virtues. In so extensive eul. Jam persuaded that in removing certain,jby careful analysis their respective clenents ano- than those of the present, excepting' : I therefore recommend that; appropriationsbe press the first page dropped from its-fastenings -

a eimnt ry. with so pftat a population, i any restraints on lhi traffic, the Peruvian i and properties and their adaptation to use- the appropriation which may become necessAry- made for completing such works have been i into a mass'of most coinnllag land on-

and where few peirons jappointed; to office Government will promote its own interests 'ul purposes. lie should also be required to examine for theeonsiruc'ion of a dock on the const of already begun, and for commencing such; others ,

can he known to the appointing power, mistakes while it will afford a proof of a friendly and report upon the qualities of different the Pacific, propositions for which are now being as may seem to the wisdom of Congress te palatable jpi. Althoagh tbe/reasons/ are not

will sometime' unavoidably happen, l disposition towards this country, which soils t heir, and the manures best calculated to improve considered, and on which a special reportnifty of poblic'and general importance \ very clear to tie oninltialed awgn
productiveness. .JJy the rsu1ts
and unfortunate be expected early in session.There The difficulties.and incidenttpthesettlement
anpotijtmeats .be made, will be duly appreciated. of such experiments, with suitable explanations, your present delays, b awgnutiwodiocIinipoviriaIiig'q
notwithstanding the In such is an evident justness in the suggestion of private claims by Congress, ,st
grevtfcst care. The between the United States and and by the collection and distribution of rare ifkSe
cases,-the power of remojrkl may be properly Hi is treaty the of the Hawaiian Indians. seeds and plants, with instructions to the best, of the same report that appropriations forth mount in many causes to a denial of-justice furnihirt ittndiog. aa

exercised j and n g'ect el duty or malfea- Majesty King w&cra of cultivation, much may bo don to pro- j naval service proper should be separatedfrom t There reason'to 'apprehend;that many an extra draft on fortitnde, and the dexterity
in office will be which has recently been made public, mote this great national interest those for fixed and permanent objects,, fortunate creditors"of the Government J Ye
fance nwmore baTe
tolerated in of t cqrnpositorVwe
I will, it is believed have a beneficial effect Irk compliance with the act of Congresspased sach as.bnilding docks andjiavy-yards thereby been unavoidably ruined. Congress out nearly repaired

those individuals appointed bV .myoclf, than in upon,the relations between the txvo coun' m the 2ia of May, 1850, providing, among other tbe fixtures attached; and from the extraordinary h as so much business of a.public character, damage, ajllough 'wt haTC to -

appointed by othefi. t ries. things, for taking the'seventh eensu.', a superintendent objects under the care of the Department that it is impossible should give ranch al- anxious object first mentioned. ,-'
I t was appointed, and all other mensuresdopted
favorable: am happy in being a'4e! to say that no The relations between those parts of the a which were deemed neccarary to insure which, however important, are not,essentiallynaval. tention to mere private claims, and their accnof -

change in on foreign relation* Island of St. Domingo, which were formerly tbe prompt and faithful performance of that duty. r .J 2 mulation is now so'1 great'' that many claimantsmast LEGIILLTtRg.- '- ,

has taken place since thp message at the I colonies! of Spain and France, respectively ., The appropriations already made, it is believed, A revision of the c Je for the government despair of every being able tot obtain -

opening the lat cession of Congre Wa l are till in an unsettled candition.: 'Tt>ep'roximity will be sufficient to defray the whole expense of the navy seems to require the immediate consideration hearing. Jt may well be doubted whether Con; Both branches were engaged, dnriayri>.
are at with all nations and t;be work;but further legislation may be neecwary j of Its of crimes from- the nature of is week
peace -we enjoy of that Island to the United Stales, i Congria system I gress, organization,, preceding throngh- their..comaoitteesin ,
iu regard to the compensation of some of the :
fo jin! eminent'degree the blesnngs pf thatjieipe"in : 'delicate marshal and punishments had undergone no change,for properly constituted to decide upon such causes
aad' the question invo.'ved! in lh of the Territories. It will also be proper maturing business Jepshtion. 1nth
a and- half a century, unUi th .Jast see ion, though It is impossible that' each member should examine
pro perons growing commerce t make law at
existing there, render it desirable <> provision by an early day;for the
,and in all the form of amicable national that it controversy should be and publication such abstract of the returns as the its defects havebeen 'often and ably pointedout t the merits of every claim on which beto contested case/rom Levy the decision -i ib u

intercoupe. The unexampled! growth permanently speedily : public interest may require. and the'abolition of a particular species of is compelled to Tote; and it is preposterous favor, fSIedntb 'rinio j nremhet,
-ol tbe the i i adjusted. The interests of humanity The unprecedented growth of our Territories corporal punishment, which then took place, ask judge to decide a case which he has neverheard
country of by
preeht amount its I which-the seat held Jjoekhart frcen&n.tonbeinggTentoBsadiny4eaYSSIbideui.
population, and h* ample] rneang of and of general commerce ala demand this:: on the Pacific in wealth and population, and L without providing any 'substitute, has left tinS tincfe decisions may, and frequentlymost '

for it wlfprotection and,' as intimations of the same- sentimenthave the consequent increase of their social and com. service in a state defcctiveness, which do injustice cither to the claimant or the .
avare the
while it is trarted, respect that its ol all nations been ,received from other Governments, mercial relations with the Atlantic States,seem I for prompt correction. J therefore recommendise Government, and I perceive better remedyfor majority onjoint; ,halfet three. This ia th.
; character i it be devised render it the the whole revised without this evil than the establishment of
isjioped tnat some plan may soot to duty of Government to that the subject be lesn- growing
for justice and t& state of tiVLrpsIataie.-
a regard the rights of other lo efleci the object in a manner likely all its constitutional power to improve all the lay, and such a system established for the some tribunal to adjudicate upon such claims permanent |-

States, will cause that fe*>pect to be read.ilyand to give general satisfaction. The Government means of intercourse with them. Tbeimpor- of discipline, a* shall be at once humane I beg leave,therefore, most respectfully, to recommend bee, the sitting membfr how HiJlshoroojca,

cheerfully,paid. 4 of the United Stales will not fail.by tauce opening u'a line communication, the and effectual. that provision be made by law for the has been confirmed:in his1 seaL

A Convention was negotiated between heat the exercise of all friendly.offices todo best and most expeditious of which the nature The accompanying report of tbe'ostmssteGeneral r appointment of a 'commission to settle all private
proper The House resolatkm tb10th
United States and Great Britain in of the will admit" between the view of Ihe claims 'the United States and, passed a fizbg
April all in its power to put-an end to the tie I country Valley presents a satisfactory operations i against ; asan '
for facilitating and protfjcking the construction slructive war wnicb has raged between thi e o the-Mwaissippi and the Pacific, was brought; and condition of the Department exparte hearing must4 all,'contested causes rest, for the election of a ncafuor

of a ship canal, betjreen the, Atlaiitican4 different part* of tha Island, and to secure: t your notice by my predecessor his annual At the close of the last fiscal year,the length be very unsatisfactory, 1 also reeommtndtbe MrYulAbflbdlbeCouatita1ioetnal! '..? -* -' -
; Pacific oceans, aatl Brother purposes. message;-aad as the reasons which he nof the inland mail routes in the United Statesall appointment of a solicitor, .whose,.dotyit'sball
t them both the benefits of and
This instrument has sirioe! been ratified by peace com- ted in favor of tbe measure still exist in (not embracing the service in Oregon and Cal! -be to represent the Government before *

ihe contracting parties the exchange of rat merce.I refer lo the of force, T beg leave to call your attention to them: iforhia) true one hundred nndseventyeighthousand t such commission, and protect it against all ministers the Gospel boll oSce laitr

ification has been efiectedt and proclamation Treasury yon fur a Uetariad report statement the Secretary of the ftnaneei of th,. and to repeat the recommendatloas then made six hundred and seventy-two miles illegal, fraudulent or unjust dams,which maybe tii.IU ..?:- _-

Ohereof has been dory nUde.In The total receipt into the Treasury for the yen by him. the annual transportation thereon fortysixto : presented for their adjudication I r S
Bills hare been
:addition' to "stipulations! contained ending 30th of Jane last, wen forty-seven milli The'uncertainty nhich exists regard million five hundred and fortyne thonsaniC This District,which baa -neitber, voice nor efiemljjor; ef'cataaBsb

In this convention, two Wrier objects :'remainlo four bonflred and twenty-dne thousand seven ban-- t he. validity of.land titles in California 1,1 a four hundred and twenty-three miles; vote in yaor deliberations, looks to you far tnent of a fifth Jud Icjal cireai V"aoi ,lot the '

be accomplished the ,dred and forty-eight dollars and ninety cent- subject which demands your early consider annual cost of sneh transports ion two millionsire protection and aid,and commend all its wantsty election of J dges by the people. '
contracting The total:expenditares daring the same pcrio*I tion. Large bodies of land in that State seven hundred and twenty-four,thousand four your favorable consideration, with 'a fall ;

parties." were forty-throe million two thousand one ban- claimed under grants said tb have been madeby hundred and twenty-six dollars > confidence that:yon will meet then net only --- _

Tret, the designation nd ertablisbment of.afree died The and sixty-eight debt dollars and nbhty eets. auftority of the Spanish and Mexican'governnWu. The,increase of4ths'annualtransportation with justice,but with liberality. It should Ibeby : liil I .-:
public has been
reduced tlii
port at each end of the canaL but annual report Xrom the sine : .Many of them have not been,,, *rover that pf the preeedingyear, was three sail borne in mind that'in this dry,laid out At Mandarin Thursday,th.Ih .vebsr, '

Second, an agreement fixing the' distance $495,276 79. Treasury Department, fecCed. others have been revoked,.and some ar- lion nine hundred .ninety1.seven thousand Washington,'and consecrated by his name:,is by C. S. EnrJuiUce of the Peace, IfrAID.REDSPAIUMANIOM1s.NANCYJJM .

irom Ihe chore within!] which belligerentmaritime By,the 19th section of the act of 23th January, believed to he fruadnlent. Bat until they shall thrsetundred ifty4ourmiletnttbe in I- located the Capitol of our nation, the 'emblemof }And the evening of.UM 7th ta*. Url .WDto [

operations sbajj not be carried on L. ISO.the proceeds of the sales of the public lands have 'been' judicially investigated, they -will crease in cost was three hundred and'fortyLwthousand 0 our Union and the symbol 6t anr* greatness.Here Mrs.SARAH llAGEXr-; '

On these points there is't;|tile doubt:.that the were pledged for the interett and principal of the continue to retaru* the settlement and improvement four hundred and forty dollars' also are situated all the public buildingsnecessary
Lwo governmepu trill vpme lo, an -debt. The great amount of those lands of the ooantry. therefore,respectfully The number jof'post offices in the United brIbe use of the Government, and '
underJJt for St TJml. sI -
laading. ,jI : ubee1uentIy, -wilf granted iLls believed by Congress very nearly military snpplj recommend that provision( be mad ty law, for' States, oath, first day/'ofJaly bat, was aigh- all these exempt'from''taxation. -It ibouldbI !

The company of citix< ns cf the the demand for'several years to come, and but the appointment of commissioaera toexamin, a teen thouswid four hundred iaad seventeen- the pride of Americans render this I- .Y-rfrtnes tftbeUaltedSt&sestoth.NselbDistrict a destal.rder.tIb$ Dtetsr -

:State who have aequiriji from the Unitef' little reliance' eta therefore-be'placed on that: all such claims with view to their final ad: befog an Increase'of afxlee :hundred.and seventy tractive to the people of thewhole 'Republic; era of Florida, made*oa tIIIth jay rfJnn

Nicaragua the .prviIe1of constructing1'a hitherto fruitful source of revenue.Aside j iistment. during the ireced1ng year. and convenient and safe for the transaction ofthe, 180,the BBdwristw*.aMartariaCkaae
ship canal between the ifvo i from the permanent annual expenditure, also beg leave to call yonrattentiontChpropriety' 0 The gross revenue of the Department forth e the public business awl the preservation of ; of.aidCMrt.wfll offer bin aalaiatr Wic ssiiea
oceans, through which have neceasariiy largely Increased, a.' > amounted records.' 'TbeGeernment'shouldtheriftre e- Roase'In the T.ws.of Jacksa.GcopKlte1desasssftPwitt .-
tbe par of extending, at an early day OUT fiscal year ending Jane 30tblSSO, to public sWiOT9 B0 Court
territory*! that Sta*, have made, pro Lion of the pvblie debt,amounting to #3J075M3639 system of land laws,with such modifications a ve millions fire hundred anti finytwotbonnia ''a bear liberal proportion the-burdens'ofInd ,in thewonty t Do eaTaesday i irffle (_--- '
gresa in' their: prelimiru ,must be provided for within the next two fiscal u estate rf
The between arrrangements.; years.TIt is most, desirable that these accruing -' may be necessary over the State of. sana nine hundred and seventy-one dollars and ajl necessary, and naefal improvements.
Great treaty the United States and demands should be metwithoutjesorfing: to and the territories of Utah and New Mexico., fortMfi 't cents;including the annual as nothing could contribute to the health 'eomi

Britain,-of the '1 ih of April 'last. now loans.- jt. The mineral lands of California will, of course, priation ri hundred thousand apprein fort, and safety of the,city' and the security ofex .DRAYTON IL&ND,

above referred.to, beinj:jj owJn operation, it All experience has demonstrated ?the wisdom form un exception toany general system which franked maer onhe-departmcnt, and thepnblio buildisandiecordatban. ; ant> Situated em Li.e Geerge, seiitaIaIag u.wrliL.S

5 to be hoped that the. guaranties*which i it: and policy of raisins; a large portion of revenue may be adopted.. Various methods of disposingpf eluding the,'fprelgv: Triage collected-for and bundant supply of pure water,!respectfully recommend hundred (1700)sees, were 1si1b1 M

4ezi will be auflicient Id iecare the comple, for the support'of government>from dntiea on them have been suggested, I wasat first Inclined payablotothe-BntishCovernmenL-, that you make such provisions i for I 1U utu.tSofl.UH) quality of.FOBRESTER': ail 4 a it.ort1 .

tioaoLtbe work,with aii oodihnported, The power toLiythesedutieis to favor the U thrime periodwere 0 obtaining thi same as In'yOur wisdom you mayctbe I
practicable ex I. nnqoerttouoble, and its i chief object of trsethis system of leasing,as seemed She expenditures for -' 'PO1N1'4 -
tioor-h kobriouatha* his reaalt would b is torepienitti tbe Treasorj; Bat if in doing to promise the largest revenue to the Government five millions two hundred and twelve tuou na deemproper. _

indefinitelypostponed;'! f anr'>other dan an Ineiien advantage may be gained by eneouraginxf and to afford the bestaecurityegnlns t nine hundred and fifty-three dollars and forts "The act passed at 'your last BtsshnijTOaklngcertain ne thA St ys1rev,iibosl dztec. *

' AlmneJoriI1 'u'ofbarmo the industry of our.wn citizens,jt is our monopolies j but farther reflection,and our experience : three a balance of revenue over( propositions to:Texas or'settHng lUfles.balow Pil.afr ; -

nflicba<; dahasiqthe territory in that I duty toavsiloorMlvM of that advantage.... :jn leasing the lead mines.and selling txMndlturei'of ihreeVnndred and forty thou disputed boundary between that State and I the dred''(60)"-)'acres*stow or|ess. ,
uartenahoald A duty laid upon an article which cannot hope lauds Territory ofJ.Me2lc0W1 immediately BUEN1STL ,,"
mind dollars and
beadBpt di .a.wUf duced ia this upon'loug redit'have brought my sand and eighteen >fivecents.a -
xonse- country -such
:flaenllj;be rtjr tnlfeavoif to canse fin to th. eost.of the article and as U tea chiefly or coffee-adds to the jwncloslon that there would be great dli r I am bappr to firid tharthe fiscal condition jts-nasugctnanzmitted by express tp,the GOT. idnesFnt 'ZQZEO

jjher 1ieotiatiansoith) ; jart of This any GovenviXacat r- paid by the consumer. But a duty laid or upon wholly aa faulty in collecting rents, and that the relation oftheDepartmentjs such'as, to jnstify thePost, otTwtas,to be laid byJbim before,th ..General ) sacecmIIew. wUsa as' '

which may be requisite for article which m*y U produced here, stimulates debtor and creditor, between the cit L- master General recommending the redaction Assembly for.Jt ;jagreemeni thereto. Its froeint aug.gTOTS apea i&ant -- ,LsNO8gpWTAflON I ,
ose, to be ao eopducted AS to thisparr the ikm and lodusfry oour: own country'to pro ions antF the( Government, would attended of our inland letter postage to three cents'- "WM duly acknowledged, but i'offieial information WI
0 duce the same article, which i*brought into the withmony'mlscbeif bos consequences, I there- single lctterwhepreaindfiVe centawbeo n -has ystbeen received of the ion .,.8itUtilI:".in '
e, narket.ia competition; w1ththe foreign article,' Ha reconimead that then of General, Asssmbly thereon j it taayj>oevcr *- f5LenvaleimostaM5 '
T and the Vecooimend that Instead;of, ;piepaid. also | John', fix mUd : a
; fa thus retalningtbit *
; eiinatpidablearising ,_has"occurred' ,, price to that importer at which'' he eompeQ domertie to rtduee\\bj J* minerallands'under tbep > paid rates shall be reduced to two cents when- beerysoOn-1peCied, -bytbCtsrn: bT three hmdred T3DOJ aeres,,saew or test,*t'hic 9 -
from aS6taDce.and; article cant
)1 old,'thereby throwing a' part of lh AeGovernuientthb&, dirideJ luto Bmall ever the revenues of h aeprtmentafterihe the iiropositioa" submitted. 'they Vere to bare about one hundred aid mfatv-ttva- a ssu at* ,
; '
., intercourse between tV B ;Government, and jhc producer of the foreign srtlc!&: Tha duty eontma-opon I- parcels and sold,under such restrictions I to redactio ,shall exceedlts xperdltuk'bmW re been actedupon, on,,or>fore'the, first lyof .ponforeustZt'placoli&4ir.UIag bwIdlBtt -- -
r t hat of .Ricarag iianti intelligence, has anee 4r this -- this months bouse,with neeesMuy at ;Jt '
consecutive present
process-orestesthesktU 5
and invite* quantity udtImeaawiIItezurethebestPY1 e, than five perj cent for two years .A./fi, Tbe ab v 2 Uees facer tnal Macesiaats *
rTosticen reccrredpf j tbi' ppointme'nt Ian tbe capital which finally::enable us to proaace'tbe, and guard most effectually against combinationa that thapostagenpon CaliforniA.and other letters -I It was bardlf to'have been riposted nwuhasent aeaafeyi led plasaaatiy'ateaUunmeaniMj -

X raordi aryJi :ji! n ). artioU eared front:jBucacboaper abroad.-there,than U could have been proof capitalists t obtain monopolies sent by oar ocean-steamer*shall be sansa.: series of measares ptisedit yoarbsti'whb a, ea the River cq J.wtitUs

stMrtiarf- that*Gifountttl 'to r esde:at Iwodacer'aThd- OOSthT"by at'benefittine> both i the{ The annexation tif Texas and the acquisitionicul duodsndihtbexatV9t postageon thsvewotheslinShe'JeCtt0fla141ftencwhlcbbad"sprovgfr0 )oad bcariiiDgmanyc fb tr pi alIrmiti.sa StTaLS

"Washington, triio arrival inayi.bi soon ofthIs Is thatth artUaa and the of CaliforeU aaiHow JJ xl vhaT6 given II papers paznpbletspeniodicaland otbetrinti,It 1hIVT1 then already.ia gr *iaf;ctatA ", "T
'': tarist.are brOogbt1ogeIber. creased Jndian relations.-- shall -hO modifleitn4 oae nuuacth h territorial qttestion8'should_*! *= ';ye S. : '
2pected'itiihop d bii fro f urjhef'f 1rape IIpcas .- Eaeh affords a ready importance- -our matter ; .
will b exj9&4 the mArkeffor' the'produee of-the other;-the whofeprospcrou The Tftrious tribea broughi under our jorisdio. th eon i 54c. ,!Ir Used th beneficent va Mm : sa thus '

3maMction oLsa ; prom,Pt oqntp7dbeeoia.. ; andti abOiry toiB ,tioaTby>be ,anlargement of our-boundaries a.,;It Cftt1iot d *bt.d tb .tcth ITIPOUd V o. session in: tha natura; f &' conipromule' urn yes.r wttb hitrrtjt heIaayeij b-bosi.tShs ,

oyeramiitf t3 ra- p.edisa.$ lewuras OVet eZlU oiMry diLl.rereg railipei a4ot are'estlinateil to'embrace a population ot 9ne ductless 'ijll; fbr the pmeutdnnialsh the ra- necessarily hft melcom to men *fxrreme I '
'r eMtuTI f belleved *unmit And jSthOBSfbnwitatmfr'SOCB
h dr4 And twitou1 thouaanav n oftbepepnrtmet.I$ 1*
j" sik j State*have ndereao's i.P-AtlgI: I tariff *a e.vero.saUrthMstIsf&etLOl hermanentf.. ;It 3tir v nu nl already aeca* anCoeaWd noth0 U(1 n -kr1 In :, .4
TaearuB and wiinw cbinsLJte 17of -
:x vK-WSK SSiS. et '
ih by! eladweepetitios*n tiiicab-juyj&sa be t-, uibOisraAOaroe mulatedJhi.fl be'ezh' :bclmowbOUy'metelib0rb7 :
' jBrtw-tf ,
WihI14h IsThi- M of sutiog _
fcspftaI .ctnaaBiitetarwfia-.4aeh XOMS oon tanUerneraiinnoysucaD.4Inb21 ii. -
r Tehuantepec. ondefigraHtsof the JMeji ai that when' hsnged' it brimf distrost, ,bsnkruptr, tanttfr pa atinffinti6 small predatory>anis; n1iflcgs ofunLixig fre.matter.ihroutbtlsilwlypaytngontof ie t y1n'b tbsectIons b-f Repablic.; 1)oEAsTEclilcu1T : :- -.
;QYploiei4 to It axa1iazIVsfl wbobav, be.a misled by I a ILtre 1cEHlAi'a : '
the e4Uuti Or ,
and OTeUfl *
*lwaystftoud 7dCvAtkn -- v
.tntaLth: j1proction Wbatths ,jna afa tarer liberties 40*eCunl te coi ol'smjctclTOT.IL'w0UW: Ir- -. p
PpsI '
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eom uni tiari u ia preparict'4h feeaicpnfldec&bM-h.jz nottoLefruJjed I Iaeddea pitwh1thtt l3depriY0d11iCb pie becadltt.spprGbMiQ PaJfqoJ. ad.7rM. !
l at hzni.,13ut to saaki;*'taitVin1fo m'tigt.iraaoant1t 1g (3uIhsitsutit cnrrlln&beflttatQ CS put bt.i* ppoeeI to bq tlte pectoral states ?5 ,* 4
nd wIll'tfno$ eflt7Onealifl *bypIOpload prrjdicsdkipt -i:
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; iildusL ett. bttbsatyoi 14be iedwlLhthcu2wlLerb1tr1Tlkl plbedsaIeiic7satam&k.: any Axrthf!PC byth'exeltingcontroeThIa
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*ietaIsf.xT effect th1sa11 4tI&OaId dgersspand thai may f8 :
.sborivertbttur..dtbIIrtiCI. te an exti'emely The Imuilgian !*1 t 'fW 0 bbat5CletO- Jproiiio&tti *uts baebeeneqn1ed.btbesuui$ '
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Circuit f the United Statea District Court at St. : V V ; ;: XL: for Sal. In the bofldWirV.foei1er174op gTel tnereMtdatst V

; L Aisanij'tbftupremeCodd t.TaJIahaase> V V etfplert.as the-Ft Office, *new and baadaotaeaa.aortment stoek..abrsatbsddet VISMYOCS9JOI I
. of:Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,?which articles isneUy, of tb* fbtwttf ensuMter V
and prosecute Claims ?elthens in ny rpart of be offer at Tery low priees for Csafitad[respectfully dcseriptl ni'pcu1trsl an* mtleiifirityf 1m

; r peerinWerr ,- Florida agaInst the, GoTCTOmcni at' Washington, Invites the eltiwne Jacksonville land the meats of l4ry UM toe$s Id.r4u

. & l s frMiiat4>eff EIther>efwi CoiigT M or aijhe Ifepirtaent*. Tidnity to call and examine hia Goods,prfviow to ; ,
4. i ( ; i purchasing elsewhere.Also ,, .4 d scrrpti Nsl $ .$nngV a4
,J p % the" areiehatjed $l. .. ; (jtj* A'DDBESS,Ju contie1EITEl.! ANDFORT1It CUNEOF | Wand4-4 Venetian CarpcUbf.lrtmj''V 15 to hew-aad tr founders,ssabeacinj eteiy sis'V
emtnfc be inserted at the following VV "c4)gi&I"l
t 2. ?AdTerti will May, 1830 rHArmo V eenti V V V
raWa JL>n4 Dollar T r qtiare toftwelve! lines)for .V I 4-4 Chamber and'Pariour tigraia do.from 43to et& HBaaMRet rtrvprtce ; V

.I. the firrt,and1 Seventy-Five Cents for eveqbo1IIt&2iyAdTrk1am : V : 621-2 cents. V. VVV ., )MtSCCUWKnx>CEll* i4B u1 -
: V 4-4SopeLRaz-do37l.2eent; jack avrtwe, ter *ndeotteaitrw ,,, bwibs..t:
.. : Vtii j $ liberal I 0U2S.LL0R AT 14w, : :L7// ?$! ? V V :Men'a heavy Kip Boots and Brogan. rows,nMdaeraper. hydraulic yeas,,roses -

- ?;- .t aeauiit wtlT eM transient Advertisen -" ; been obliged to abandun'his intention ( ;*,% V j/fl/J7JJV/ VtM1LtOTVO'VV V V V Women's,Girts,and Boys, BooUea. t tistet'Chaiks 10 fooliltatI th4VVdrs1a1 -, ;;
V.V Men Black Silk Hats, from $2 to*U Georgia and rVeewk burr aUBstoM:diis l $4La
czcepi arnnning account
! nU< tj p.ri having of .tearing'.Florida,; will devote himself to ,thc V V V//f! 't\- VLoscP4/* V Hens and Boy ginned Capa.V Pleitersti' 04 re-v br fosapktot1 ,

:: vith ihe office j (bust" "be paid f" "r."pet1iaopDbll- practice his profession throughout,the Eastern. V V I V'VVV. Silk and Gingham Umbrellas. Mill-; com tad am t-iUa rejV1lfr,
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etL : ; boitiag elothf pieka.reeds fhutUe*. aedjsseirjlading
; it Circuit .of Florida:! Business entrusted V to him BagLV.
.. remit Ladies elegant few Style r"Whrter"and colored; for eofttoa wd treoue* aaaauCieierfiaMiu. "-'
TerMM tV'ittdaniw
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: will receive his promptattentiou.V v Fun Bonnets, Ladies colored Straw Beanits-and .-'MA BI IXT.'Too.e-*C-HaYth t

.y taneei foradVeri tngby the following rates Jacksonville, 12. F.,'July 23th, 1830.I'EHfL Winter Hoods. Also .. V V V agency lor vrioua'atd'extetolvewe *anufoe.v.V V

I ;'Osie J nore * Medicine has artjalred a'very extttided Canton Crape and Cashmere Scarft Sbavlf, shall be prepared a*all.ttwu I.firob

." '. ))1.$1000 ;; V V V and established reputation'wfitrtirer' Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging, together with aa tpeeUof aaashlaery oaths shortest Botlee., .
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I, wsuarrl1oriliinontLs r15JOoties IP F-RAItR.VV: it has been uted. based entirely oft ita own'merits', V assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Ginghama, Chrat The highest market prieea pM at all tiaaer tor1 V

. 4 Monsline De Laines-Csihmeves V wool,sbeepskiaa, and bidet. AH produce of ta*
'ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, which'its has alone sustained. Ta eel, Shirting,
superior efficacy a
; dle tbas and creditors, 10 00JT Sheeting,Osnabnrgs,and Tweed Caamncre; also, State received and sell for the nasal t )amihaiosuS. VV
: ; r .fortunate victim of hereditary disease, -wita swollen glands, *catrae'.ed VV V
; .qAp4ieat&on JT r letters ftdminUtration, 5 00 : JACxS0NYILLT7U. a variety of SmaDwarea White and Colored Shirt, It H.HUYT&CO.: *. 1
ainewa and bonrs half has been restored
carious la pealtfc V V
Win attend to profcslonalhuYine< entrusted Black and Colored Silk Cravats fee. Ice. .
. : .: For announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 any < V Iij VSf V and vigor.. The scrofulous ptienteuY.rSd with nicer,lonthsom to himself VVJJ'on1 V
Jacksonville NOT: 33th1SIO.V tf
Ij -\No annooncment will be made unless:the same to him in the Court of the-Easteru, Circuit I tfb( and his attendants,has been made whole..Hundreds of persons who had groaned V V V V RiigreO..Messva.; PadtUird, Fay kC k4. *

' Vo eoiqntfrith the amount-charged and the Supreme Court Tallahassee. ,He.has I hopelessly for years'under cutaneous and glandular disorders chronic rheumatism,V V In-'Eastern'Circuii Court of'Florida; DnvtfCounty. wlfI.D nsl<}w. fc'Wibst.r.051 MC .
connection with ; and many other complaints springing from derangement of the secretive V
Also such advantageous ,an organs -
i beucflt will be
Editorial ires for-private; V4IIMIS*+ (0s ) V I.
-i as'will and the circulation have been raised as It wtr* 'from th* rack ef diaeaae. and now, VV
able :Washington>city, ensure V
':: tfjLrgeVd&Wfterate of adrertising.tw Lawyer V : with regenerated eonrtitution gladlyJUrtify to th* eflcaey of tais inestimable George Burt, pltff; ;1 i THE ex ei,1se'thls neooliooVsa.i.neof:

: eliiaious; UWtuary, and Marriage notices,will a prompt and speedy collection of snch claims as V p7ftt3VOA.V testimony of those wko have been cured by ita. use,with their V V y5.VV V the firrt 3l nday in Jaly but.'cadrta '*

>* -./* *** *' i 'V*" w t may be placed in his lands, againaVthe United residences, has been published from tun to tiaMt'aad war H desirable.' a'asaae' Elisha Ha]!and Elizabeth: f eharg of A. H. Kellani, principal hs the literary/

S ilL! epu\Uthed states.VV V ; V of the'most overwhelming tMtimony eould be Brought forward, proving stoat co** Hall, hie wife, defdta*. J 'V V sad hu accomplished lady in Lb.music sad ieo

b 4 C.. mmnica'' iSnV mut be post paid.. Sept. I, 1819..!,. V V V r elusively ftc inestimable valu*.,,V Th* afflicted, aid those.who hav tot used this V Petition V for the foreclosure of mortgage,on West modal dqr4ous,with assistants sOugh nU>,'
*- - -- : medicine, are invited to make a trial of Us virtus,appropriate. to themselves lb.V ." Half of lot nnmber five in Sqnare number ten fieattoBa. HM.I&atitotkm wffl W dirUf saWT.
S i; -- :- irI benefits which it aloae can bestow. "V V V situated V in the town of Jacksonville, county fear elasaee, fourth, third,Crater,and senior; A ZV

J. McRoliert.Baker- J.V'P. 8AXDEUSO.Y and State V aforesaid.Itappearinirto V preparatory .leparUncnt will bSUaCbed tathov


? :: This cur was effected In Jaly. NM4; there have twa no symptoms ef a return, Baker esq'Attorney for the Plaintiff
.t '- .if 'jjVJLLS; E. Ftli removed his office from Columbia V :' and bar health still coauniies good, July 1848.. V -- V V VV in the above entitledease that the said Elisb fin* anil wefliwIectfd apparatus.globe,astrenosa-i
to Jacksonville, Duval County V joel, > >hi al/t>hoa grat>inrar,sound charts V
: V V'V aV VVVV JVfw Tare.Juh xS 1844. ge gra|
: c -;"WiLLs practice in the Courts of the Eastern respectfully informs hi* 'friends that he will con : Messrs.V V J.nns. Gentlemen V V V V-I consider it but an act of jlrtie to you to Mate the Hall, is not to be found within the jnriwlietioa in the State'of maps Jie,no a Is g*aeaie;i*be eecy'and] fws*V

; Circuit ia Hamilton r' unty of the Mll.iteCir- V followinp facts in reference to the great benefit 1 karrrctd ia the cur of a* obstinate his Court, but b supposed to reside distinctly from any,r rt of tb* rveca A-( o4 library
.1 tinuc the practice of his profession, a* formerly. : CAKCIIOC. Utcia on my breasv ,1 of Texas' V of chaise book also belongs to th* school
:' *eult',ln Bcntontand HUUborough counties of the ,119 trill attend at each and every Term oi' 1 was attended eighteen months by a regular and skilfutfphysician.at sted by Ue, It la therefore Onlrred, That the saidElisha; for th* UN of the pjpib. ; V ,
Talraha'saeeand advice and counsel of one of our most able and experienced ,without tae Hall and the said within VV
-&ternCIrcut, .in the Supreme Court at surgeons do appear answer petition will be divided into ssioas
.The schobutieyear te
the "Circuit; Court in the several Counties o' toast benefit whatever. All the various methods of treating cancer wer resorted ta; the time prescribed by law Judgment$ will be
; 14 the United States District Court the -Eastern Judicial circuit the for fire w'ek* ia succssion my breast was burned with caustic three tiroes a-day, default thereof ef twenty weeks each;there will bat least
TortlMrn District of Florida; and will County o ::1 and for six it was daily syringed with a weak solution of nitric acid and the cavity or V given ag&nsthim one public examination each s.*.4o sal a qw.
r1t ,for Ue;> { Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the A'uprcmi internal ulcer was so large that it held over aa Ounce of the solution. .The doctor V It U further ordered, that the above notleer be toriyr.ortWillbeieal: t*each parent ov g udlan .

: : prosecute elaisQ) gaint the United States before Court at Tallahassee 'and the IT. & Court at St. I probed the ulcer and examined the bone, and said th*disease was advancing rapidly published in some newspaper,V published in the giving*v fall and fair statement of the asan4.
. .i and tl e Departments at Washington. to the twin, and if I did not get apeudjr relief by medicine or an operation,the rsnlt town Jacksonville, in said county,once every deportitat aad of the pupiL
Congress Augustine. All business entrusted to his can *ould b* fatal. I was advised to nav*th* breast laid open and the bones examined{ two week for four months., lag, expenses
Sewf !located".at Jacksonville far lift, be willigtr will receive attention. d but finding no relief from what had been done,and feeling 1 was rapidly getting worse,V V THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge, Jte Jte. KATZS oF'Tni7to-j.--Preparatory-'elaas; pr
' bis entire and unremitting attention to bispr prompt V q 1 almost despaired of recovery and considered my case nearly hopeless. NOT ff60. V V V session, $S; fo*rtU' and third elase*, li; Junior
- 4 AddreM-J. I*. A'AMIEHSON, Jacksonville :: Seeing various testimonials and certificate of cure by the us*of SAMM' Siis.rAtittA VI V and senior etac.,21) musts pins..forte 20; gal
J.'MeR. RAKER. EM Pltl&AttT.I .
. fesflon, and all business entrusted to his care Duval (Jotmtv Florida. I ;: in eases similar to my own, 1 concluded to try a few bottles, several of which : -
( 15 raental ftrantBrt, W vocal 3
: with1 attention. V J :n were used, but from the long deep-Maud character of my diieas*, produced no very V IsadoreV.naroie, Clerk OfVP&Id Co rt. do tarr ;orna ; nraue. ;
'shall- meet prompt Jacksonville. Jan. 17, 1850. tf I decided change.Considering this as the only probable cure foi my case, I persevered hereby certify that the above is a true ropy of library and ineid ntal expense,per quarter,1,
*J JackWille,.Auguot 23,1830. tit I : until the disease was entirely cured. It is now over eleven month ainc* lbs cur V the order Publication in she above entitled case, No pupil received for a IeM time than'on* sa--
p :; was completed; inert is not th* slightest apparanc of a return. /1htrtfirfrtmotaui V jon,and IM>deduction nude unless for protracted
: FASHIONABLE TAILORING, V >iy //>wKLL,and the cure nltrtly tfccltJ ty SA I' S.ai.riliLLA,mi t IMAlkrr on file in my office sickness.! | VV
A Card.t a.. mediant v/ny ki4 during the timt I mu rig it, nr have J tint ay tinet V Witness ray band and the seal of said Court jtis From their xpefienee and ,raer toeects, thr
.Please excuse this long-deferred acknowledgment which f think tt my duty to [ ] th-nVor.2UK.'185ft._ ; VV -
: ?;l genre the State;I have transferred nrQte Subscriber would respectfully inform : make. Your valuable Sursapanlla cured m*,with the blessing of Divine Providence V I1 VGARNIE,Clerk, C C. D.C.Noy. feel eooaxitmt ofWdcriiigraOsaalsfact ..Ta r
- bnrfneM to J.MclloitEBT DAKER JL the citizens of Jacksonville its \icimty : when nothing else Could; and I feel myself under lasting obligation to you. I can 28. lS30-lm.: V V V V facniti, fori imparting- inatractioa arv rarer/
4i imy professional that he has taken the room formerly occapicdbyCol. :': say many things I cannot write, and I do must respectfuUy invite ladies afflicted aal V equalledTK* advantage of tb. location awed
Ej., Attorney if Law, Jacksonville. E. F-, inttlmdirg Sanderson as a law office, -where be intends I ;h have been, to call upon me, and 1 wiU satisfy them fully of to* truth as stated absav, aotbe sneatMaei.'Aeeeas to the place nanquafled]

all sn A matters as.were entrusted to my carrying on the above bnsincM. In,which I : i and V V many other V things in' reference to the case. V : Columbia County Tax Collector and health obatembted. :Board eaab. bad In ti* V

Gen JWmes A. Pedcn, of which aH inlertUd he will endeavorio merit a share of the public II I NANCY J. MILLER, SII Sullivan-street fly VlIlTtTC of authority lame by law rest best Ctmilies a ratrfonable tcriaa.. Fr any iafcf.

aare by patronage. He will keep constantly on hand II Ibi LIVER ed, I will expose:for sale; in- front'of the Courthouse nation aat?d,"aCdrtea the.principal, Atlanta,
wn pleiL1* take notice.Mr.Baker's choice'assort mnt of fine French Broad Clothe ( COMPLAINT..V V door in the1 town AlHjaUr, on the Gew Y T "Prt1 1*
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: The following ia an.cxtract from a latter received from Rev..William OalusbaiUessrs. -
for sit &ir-T4 in D. 1851 437 of
asiness reputation -diligenceI Cassimercs, Veilings, Trimming, &?., which first Monday JuneA. acres
: d'attention Fare sufficiently well established toio will be made to order on the mod reasonable ij I I'U' V Rerkahire. VS.. Oct. 21. le43. land owned by Smith& Webster, or so.ranch Dssval C.esist7 Tan CM eiws> Wi.V
SANDS I beena1ict.d occasioned
bar with
in aide
: a severpain
j term V JOHN IIENKY. : V mjr thereof as will pay th*.stats and county Ux due fly ..VIRTCR 'of anthrit in me vested bylaw
all matters in his hands. by a diseased liver, for the last twenty years; suffering at times what language cannot *
.. ,nsun prosnpt4PsN Jacksonville,Oct. 3d, 1450.;: tf convey; but since taking your Sarsapanlla I have been greatly relieved,*o much thereon for 1850, and all necessary* expenses attending .!will esPOM for alei I. front rf th* Courthouse -
-- .This..transfer sufficient manifestation of my V ;;i to that 1 have been,able to attend to my business, and preach oceanonally.for the said levy and cale. door, ii.thi.town of Jacksonville,on the
. in Ids profcraional ability and'Integrity. NEW RESTORATIVE lilt last fifteen inonUis. I wholly discarded all other medicine, and thoroughly tried lbs Boundaries described on the day of ale.- first Monday 4fMrA.D.lttbe following tract
yo: -confidence* Sariapanlia, which I can recommend in truth and to all thoM who are ia .. A.J.r.WlU.GUT.Sheriff
: V I sincerity V of land;or s4 sawn thereof su wfll pay th*r
,j VL.o < ,I-CHAIILES>1 COOPER, BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD SALOON, ;i I V any way afflicted with any species of scrofulous complaint There have been some V and ex of fax Ase iior of ddUars and ninety-one nests,
!: remarkable cures effected by us ute in this vicinity. Mrs. I. Shaw by the its* of six Collector Columbia .ighty-t'u
. Aug. 29, 850. Attorney at Lav. c. I I'' buttle*.,was restored to better health thar>she nml bfoi enjoyed for tea years; and and co. (829l.] theiam.being the asaounlotbeM. V
; I : Sir.'W.Stevens who liitd been severely afflicted with Erysipelas, was entirety cured Alligator/Nor. 15th, H30-21td tax wcssedgain'$ thaVta.fj,, 4.
rrUIE SUBSCRIBER/ ha*just opened, on BAY V \ Ili bytheuleofafcwbotIes.r Yours truly, WM. UALUMA.I Clinch deee* ed. levied on said land fr the Tear
JL STEEET, North side, one door from the corner V 'al.to tbo of sixtea d.UrB
Sale. >
.Jf MtltOBKR.T.BAKEll, I V V V V V Columbia County Tax Cottedoft 1S50, and 2ojiiy sota
of Liberty street, a I KK.t TO ATI\>:, Rowi. aALz.uvasid ji CURE OF A
V SCROFULOUS AFFECTION OF THE EYES and Cfty-efjcBl ate.ll fieX j theanwaat.f ti*.
jJJLor4e1gU4dW Jacksonville.E. Florida. BlLUABD SALOON. The K.-tabluh BT VIRTUE of authority in me by lair vert
. I : : SmitA 1MT.Me land f's the !. <
". Ki.gat.s, /? <*/ 'II. county tax paid aaowjear, -
WTARY PUBLIC. ment has been fitted up entirely new, and U open I :t ir SANBS!-- Gentlemen-My V little daughter,when one year old,-was attacked ed, I will'expose for saleVin front of the'4'onrthonae the with all odwaaryexpenses att.ndinX. said,
, L. ; ; for the reception ol visitor at the n=unl hours.V .V 1' V 4 V with a scrofulous humor rn her face,which sion after eltended Into her eyes.eauiin$- 'door in the V town of Alligator,on the first and safcs,s iaid tract of land being*Uaatedia V

'; i pi. .mns4fappoInte.1 byjthe Governors of TIlE :BAR, V l 4i -almost total bliudneva in one of theist, siid disliurthg her whole face. I .inplo edV Monday in March, \. D. 1835,40 acres of land levy Duval on the weft baaS cftlv*
; lo physicians to attend huir, aVho exhausted their utmost skill to her rebef, thereof will .si4counL7f :
: j tfflt give Joel much M
States take'Testimony Affida- owned by Pope, or so
thefollowingviUaqdAick to Has been supplied with the choicest liquors, and SI.-Job Picotata,.:ewtaiainf!
V 1II tj. i it all proved useless and finally on* of them remarked to me that b* had known of Slate and tax due ISSO.and rvet oppoiitS
; wlcdsmcnts to be used therein i beverages to suIt every' palate will be prepared I :: some Mriking cures effected by ssm'Sarsapanlla, and advised me to try it-1 obtained pay the county said .and saW: tea thousand ad fitly [I0o SO)acre*,nod shaded,
-. ft ** with despatch. -The delicacies of the season will h1 one bottle, which the commenced using-and before it was all used up it bad necessary expense.attending levy aa follows ii Oa the east by the 1 John's ivtr
l %Iainey Virjinia, be at all time sui1Iied.V 4. :' rOvciea an entire cur*. V It is now over four years since she was cured and there has, Boundaries a* follows, to wit: T2k U.S-M outh bv Iand 'bebngmg to the sense itst.eiL'by
V V '4vermctIi4: Nprth Carolina, The Billiard Table :I been no reappearance of the disease, and t are satisfied that it i*a perfect cur*. Other particulars made known oo the dav of aid' *V. public land*: aad north by lands IwhferiB*to
- Carolina lit II ;I It gives me great pleasure to add that I can recommend it-to every sufferer from any V A. J. T. WRIGHT. .
1_ -. MasqusetL'' South Has been imported expressly for the House, and 'IV i :i similar complaint. Respectfully yours, G ORGK KU INSON.mtrAllCD ;'Sheriff and ex of. Tax Assessor and V Palmer-k Fcrtif' the Sara*being a.old rmat.

-4 Connccilcul, Georgia, Is of the most beautiful construction, with air and i; I : V V V ColleetorCelumbla eo.V VV4 # URIAH; BOIVDEH, .
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. ; N v Wrk, Alabama' India rubber cushions. 1 AND SOLD, WHOLESALE A3D z7A1LY Alligator, Nev.IS,1330-21-tdJ Tar CoCeetor and Assessor.Dnval cMaty

. :z -?C V 1 nny'ania, 1sisipp The Howling Plus and nail $4 'j A. B. kVD. SANDS DuroaisTS ;LAND, Ciixiutn, JacksoaTilitOct.Vi, I.350. ,31idaV V V V

--44 9)e1aw $ Texas. Are alo jurt from themorkraan, and every convenience V1ikI'1'' j I ; V ,100 FULTOS- T., COBXKB or WILLIAM, Kiw Yax.SoM V Columbia county:TaiCtiltictor's Sale* Duval Ctunty Tax CoOtctor'f Salt.

q MaryaI! angl.T ly for the entertainment and comfort of guests : i aUu by Druggists generally throughout th'United State* sad Caaaaaa.Pric BT VIRTUE of>athority inmebylaw rest '; te4
has been provided.* i: I V V $lr per Bottl j sis Bottles. for I J. V ed,1 will expose for; sale, in front of the Coartbonse a the Itrnut <
$7JVV. C -V V I cordially invite the public to call at. this Establishment 1ttt V __ V door in the town of Alligator, on the first law, 1 will expose for sale in front oC I bar Crthoua -

aIne'ndor Sale assuring them that I shall spare no Monday InMarehA.D.1851,4l0acresof land door ia; tbs town-of JaeksoaTilk/esLthw-
i-urVT W the effort to contribute to their recreation.'GEORGE ThllIIlIilIji,1Il V owned ty JosephB;Watts,or so much thereof aa first Monday 1st .May.'A.D, 11, the WfcHsi t.
4 A..Agent&the owners nndenigmra.ui-- named.tract of .land or ao much thereof via
; & following valuable,tracts of P. SKIFF. win pay the state and county tax due by aid Joseph
V VftL \ .j*.-I
;. 4t land The to-witij Low Teact:$ situated at the. ,.MI bead,, ..of.. Indian- Sept. 26, 1950._3in V For sale by .. J.FORMAN. 1&o, and necessary expenses attending said levy Benjamin 1 hotai*.*' and do* thereon V fcr tt '
..A.Dr B&SJ, together with aa Beeetaary expeuea -
aad sale. Boundaries described on the day ofsalev year
. river eontainfag five hundred situated acres Pablo more or Creek.less. T. VAXCET8 CIIEAPCASI! STORE. cure f Asv'and .ALL of the above disorders, if V -A.J. T.,W IGHT, attending said levy and:a.W.; .2Md ksct
PabWlTract. on
.J-,1 near The the mo th of the &t.John's river, supposed SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. k-rjcvcred that in according have tried to Seraparillaa the directions.and Don'tsay bare Sheriff and Collector ex of.VTSZ Columbia Assessor, co.and., of land bank iadtnated oftbeL3obn's fa said county river,containing.Dmval.. en twtatyon the'east V

to contain oter; two land.hundred' acres, including! J. II. McRory, Jr. nut been bcnefittcd you to yon wont try. Alligator V V ftn, 4j- .V l 5-- liOO gl ls acreVraid! bounded 'as blown Oaths
V some fine haiiek J rube Smbwrtber begs leave- to inform the V VV V 4 west by th* U John's river,on-the wwtk by
Also asmi iJ tract of woodland in the vicinity JL- of & Bland Cotton and the rHXi hoe i this method to' inform his friends and DRIrILCOrs.V Sole.BY bi. the east
. planter* pub- Natta* County,Tax Collecloft land brlonalfigt A.. Read, and -1't the'to wo1'of JacksonvilleJ containing thirty lie,that he can.supply them with his double and JL the public generally that he has commenced For there baa.been many of the name got upon by lands baoging to Moses Carry on the. south
"1atreI.-' ifi "V V burinescin !acksoncille. East Florida, and j. the reputation of this article, and we tell yon ;virtue'of authority ia me by law vested, B.Bir % 0
single land Egbert
: Also a trait containing one hundred acres good SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON V Gixs. cits patronnge- haviwg recently visited New York, confidently that tho, 1 will expos for sale in front of th* Court-. by 55flV' *-'UloBgJng.to* S LbVb3Pf vrrfW -'
: % *- plant 1n- lanlionTablo creek, near the V mouth ofalbeit. Philadelphia,'.i lialtimorc,, Bud avminah,-at sJARSAPARILLA ROOT house door in amau county,on the fourth Afoa- V 1- *
i No doubt is entertained bent URFAH -
' .John iver. .i 7 longer they are which places complete arrangcmeats. have been Vis day in January.1S51, 400 acres of land owned by ;
: excellent in its Qualities, one of the V
.. Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself, .though ; V Tax AMtMr and Collactor, Dmal coaatjJJackoaviSU.Oct. *-
all kinds
- ThVbOVCUP.Ct1 of land will be sold at reasonab1epdeesabn made tor the fcitcccwful) prosecutnu of Seymour Picket, or so much thereof M will pay
from the satisfaction he lta. the most inferior ingredients oftuis,may we not truly r"i
general given 26.1JSO. :31-tds .
Jttr I'Lintert : .
good terms.. vAddreMJ ofbuitineu in which our 'Souther arc '" 9 90 taxes due therein from 1343, sad all necessary -
last seven years, he will receive their rapport. description *ill be say tVuiidtr-tyarkinf Compound sale. Boundaries V _
Goods said 'V
interested. every attending ; V
'e expense VV V
; oftue Now friends, these assertions are true 'to' the 4V
I V Prices low and the (ius made best
material r
} Law JacluoaviUc *la, at short notice and supplied at very described af sale. .
V. : at and workmanship. procured letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but on day ;- DICVtM1I/ZU1tSV&11.V,

ir7 V BOXES AND BRUSHES VHALL pRorrrs. because we have a right to' the-benefit of truth. A,3.BRADDOCLV rBT:VXIWITK )of authority Tested-ta ;sa.bl
kind will be received
f" jr' -b- for sale cheap V and Gins- repaired at the lowest sale PRODUCE or shipment of,upon every which lilxral adennctt wilt on and it is also true that if you will call:on- iu, we >oct 24tdVSh rifand ex off. Tax Collector law,I shaD expos* for ale in front,.ftaC* rt.
V will give you names and residences-of people who house door iajta* tovna.of JaektonTilte.wta*
rates. made for .Tim
: 54tAUJ&CVY. ; made. Arrangetncntd Sliijijnug"" "" ? have been cured of disease* which has astonished Nassau County'Tax: Collector Safe first Monday DeeemWr next, between tt*
Ageutai V V
V her .
' -c V ** !FOR Cit IMS AT YYASITINGTONa.Mw. V VILLCLOXOA Si AcwfA.CentreviUage; Ga. ,BOOK of every< PAPER.quality.?& STATIONERY of eveiy not only themselves,but their physicians,and also ,BY Tirtne'.of authority ia me by law vested, hourof 12 aci 2 ,'cIoek1O head *f stock V cattle -
MunfORD tt UARBI, will be on baud or supplied on ;ah rtbOtlce. names of some.oi our(bout-physicians*:who are ;I will expose for sale,in front of th* Courthouse ;lvi pair of xr and on.timber eart. V
variety ki-pt
$ V N.; A. hARDEn, Savannah,Ga.. *V .J' V V V V -' :. >' '- using:. rev9niilieudiug, and elhng urge qunntite4 '--door ia Hassan county, on th*. fourth ; Property ktied span to satisfy-aa enufc Itavor.Vf

..tt. VXdL1AM E. KEN1AVOfl, B. F. SMITH, Cbarlerton, *. O. VIt. .' Through orrangoraents-with Boot PttUidtert I of' Dr.V Vilcox's Compoond. 'Be very careful Vlonday January, 1S3I, Si*,acres of, land ie.t1 B. Watts, 'agiiart,W-a. lladdoek -
t 'get I thavwith thee bame V"J.'M -'Wit.- the heirs of Keeble or so much thereof ,Ft.WWatta Haddock V V '
? 't V R. REED & Co.. Pahtka. E; F. : flatter vlf lhat country dealers can be supplied owned by TS. 1
V V saAtw1LUc4.s HOTEL; J-KSSSTLTANU AVESVE, H. THOMPSON Sc.Co.. Black Creek, E: F. with SCHOOL BOOKS"on bettvr.tenna than they jeox"VOfl the outside label i or: yon may.',be in as will pay $6 IS taxes due thereon from 133. Property VteUd;out by df daat. .

1 tCndIvehapromptItttntien! to the ar fI. O. HOLMES k Co., J/nrkHouvillc. E. F. can have their orders filled in New-York. 44 7 uredyatberthanVbenefittedd. -. -, .; ;} Ji and all necessary'expenses attending said sale. V 'A 50HN O. MlTtt; Sheriff D. OT
.- IVVIrou wish i h t< kuow,wbotbisDr. Wilcox ia"we Boundaries described the day of sale.VV .- V V : ILW."N4 WcCORMICKtfDepSheriffi V V ;.'
s&d prosecution of chums before Con PATTKBSON It Kiso, Burnt }'orl. Ga. : It shall be my eim to natiufy all who may favor on V V ?
t rangement A. A. DeLoHMK, Daricn, Ga.": me with their patronage, both.as regards price V have the;privilege referring Office to the first V men VI of .. *. 'A.LBRADDOC ,.., Oet.3144Sr4V: i VV. ;
V oVruor, aa| of,the Execntire Departmenta Jso, S. FVI.EB & Co., Beaufort, S C. and quality. ./ "-* VrJ iiUe community. Principal V oct 24-tds 4- Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector. V V V V : V VV

4i -L'&iii from"the Revolutionary;V Florida, GEORGE L. BKOW.N, Newnansville, E. F: V V AGENCIES. I .173.BROADWAY NEW-YORK," VV _,-,L_u-?,_"1 v l ,---1,_ -rin_r-T *- Naisa Counly Tax,Cottedof alBY.

1 ars;;lnralid; EeTomt! narjr, Half. Wit:DELL, V 4$ The agencies of.several-"Importaat.'PATKXT;And corner Green and Beaver,sts' Albany, and .Nassau-bounty TuxColector' Sal ., .-, Tirto kf authority law Tested I.will
by ,
} me
A. WATCKJCAS, OcalaE. P.. .-. MEoIclsabavo been obtalnedt among which ia'sold by! Druggists and Country Merchantman virtue authority in me by law rested, I
: >wsfliPenionaNaval! or 'Army; BY for sate, ia fteet of the Coatt-
ttj V expose
: V the -
1 J. W. I'tAKWt, Orange Springs. E.F. -. over country. ;will expose for saw; in front of thsCouzt.house *
$ fourth Mon
V VV the
V house door?in Nasaasj :
i1i V V4Vlount71a11LeVr i jj fecHn, iid&liiof Feh. 11, A. DUXBAB k Co., King's Ferry and' Traders" CA UTION TO THE PUBLIC.' V door.in Nassau county,on the fourth .Monday day fa Janaary.lSSU county 200 acre, *n of land swaM k*
I8l7,or An jast ib. MSf; Arrearages of Pay and Hill, V :.Don't be deceived by*a certificate attached to in Janaary,; Itfil, SOU acres of land owaedrby Sarah Petty;br ao much thereof aa will pay 944S

''* 'rtiurning Voluntceri; 'Clalmi..forHeine V THOMAS VANCE.V each!bottle of:Townscnd's which certifies that the heirs of John T.Low,or so mneh thereof will Uxeadne thereon from, 1&43,*M.LaIOR7
4w other' Exptnacs St; Marys, Ga, May30, 18i0. tf yt VV V each bottle Is compounded Sand made tinder,the pay 1J15 75 taxes due thereon for 133O,and all necessary expenses atteodiag. said aale. Uoundariea de 4
rnd I'opertydestroyej, V V supervision of'James K. Cnflton,:Chemist, who expenses attending said-sale. J4o-V scribed on the n!"'

: t:2: inea ilfcd byiVolttnteeri before beiogVmustered'and Admlulstrator's Notlce. has been hired for that purpose.- Now Jet us see rica V V described on' the day of sale .1 4&7BIIAVDDDct ,

V. ; Aeived Into service t iVaggoniiaV bOW it looks,when thUCbilton, reside 150 mile V V V : AJ.BRADDOCK,' V oct z4-td ]; Sheriff'and*x.off.Tax CoPector.lutiiTaxCjllector .
; j Marines' sailor? V SIX week*afteY date I shall apply to the Hon. from manufactory.., This we. think a great oct 21-tds .Sheriff and tx'off. Tax Collector. V v;
V ofI'vuhate.of .Nassau e.uforlet
imposition on,the public' 'and'calculated to deceive '
Len administration on the eetate of Mary Gci- k V I the nnwarr. butiudire ve for vonr .lvM.: Nassau County'Tax'Cotlectai't SaZe.In.nI.YV1aWVeIt.4I. V N ZSa **

;w1liki; iji jtbefoiniiteeenuyfor, a proper gee deceased :: VV V JiUUJja5Jacouu&y V :ALSO: for several Kind of"Vegetable Pills,** Tfrltt*Bf thorlty b mby ti r-Jtid;twill

"3 V;.,pe tatIeptc1sirnc 'together with. the rules V } /Oc( 314t : I : REMEDY]iflWORMS. ; includfo/Pills Her,and;Dr.WlldcCherry Ulbbard'a weir BittersOrders.trout known V antiSHiona -, V BYvirtne of authority for sale, in front of the Court Bt exwwe for aale,ia front the of focrthHe lie Otrtbees'do -

.. .f V--and regulations governing>'th. different DepartxaeataV ._ any part of the Country will receive house door in Niau county,on the fourth Monday r.fai Nassau county,on lbs
prompt ia 1851.220 aerea sLlsn4 oWned by
be 1u1tptred't4: undertake claluu'ofJ'j w nnqnestionably the beat WOK MKTJICISB in use: attention.*, i ',. a.7 f 14 V in January, 1851;100 acre of land owned by dar Ma of AprHj Fraaeii P.Sancbea, or ao math thereof
,. % ;' V J1 persons indebted to; the Eetile ,of. Eliza.L it is remedy and cD always be depended V V V V 1.V M&MerVOC aomneh thereof.a* 'wiU.pay
V n positive ,
1iiver nire'the / VAddress frata 1345.
that services thereon
:what klnd may re both M. Benrie, Ueeeaocd, are required to on and is perfectly safe operation.; *V J-HMcRORY. VV i $2 46 taxes due IhereA fiom 184S.and aJl.n- *- a* win pay 3 4C UXc due

V Vt tf&sAgeiuJstkl4plaee. make immediate payment to the nndenigned and VVVVVV V : V -_ Jacksonville! F. vary expenses ;attendiag said sale., Booadarks and an nectaarr expansesak'bs'- -

PartUubiriutendon given to the proper settJe- all persons having demands them, against said estate. DARLEY'S VV i,,ARABIAN ALSO hEAVE, VVt 1EMEPYV OcU 12th,1850. Cm:4 VVVI described- V on V the day ofsats.i ? ..' i iAiJ.BRADDOCK Boundaries Menbcd f V em'day A.J, SHADDOCK OfMILi V
I attested
gent of Qv tWmaatert'hoosurts.I are requested present properly ". who V V V
An article pf great merit and no one V V V 21t4Iand! .zoX.TozC.Ileetsr.
: set
within the time prescribed by
V V'V oct24-tds Sheriff and ex.off. Tax Celleetor.iVoawJtt .
o- ,v<*Charges UaderaU,and regulated the amount V ;HOLLAND,; Exeeator.r owns a Horse should bo without.- -. 4 -< *4V V V V V J VV

V "rW1ned; .he extent of aerrUes required.afcations .' Ppt19th; V.a tf.: Dr. Chrtttle' Galvanic VV 'Belt, hraieeicta' .Farm for Sale.: V "

. '.* -3, fo Insure' Insertion, but. ; necklace,and IgneteFluld.V V V,, '%t'ILLdise! otVpth.itailV : County 'Tax "CoUtctor'fSaJt. ; titiirL11EinE ** *&
-. V-- W--- : VV;? -,\ lirf ui: ; V : : Forltht V RcmovaiijinJt PhaittCttretf: aS ,r M. VLY farw on the St.John's j,. 1)Y virtue of authority in me by TMted,I'win 5uS t3bei iin1 pVsaiSf VV'.R

Ix months after-date" lshIpjest'y ae V : : ) V I' erat the month of Jullngton ereekj expose for sale ia front of the Orthoue ; and aOkk'l'rotrleteeof this wsAboWs
-count*and vouchers to the Hort."'JudgeProbrU .And of those Complaints which are V caused by VV V sixteen mflea, abov*.Jacksonville. door in Nasam o ntytott the fourth Mon lI4yZtrfftfofly iaformt the ,sb2isgneaR

.- -2iJ4.MEs W. BRYANT, for Duval county, for a final settlement'as iuipaired,weakened or unhealthy condition; The situation i< known to-be the saqs beautiful day in January1&U40Q: acres af Jand owned by that h* has added te the fermorhousa t'q.ay.dd
Administrator of thi'estate-of.Jehn Middle on the river,and U remarkable fonts healthiness, the heirs ef Mills Drury, or eo-ranch thereof aa saors,*akbIi rooeawitk eret lye-buni2rid
:- ; -t.VOUp; deceased. .-'- T &"* V .,*- ;ir i 4, .NERVOUSSYSTEM./ \, V not a'.case Of fever,having:occurred there; for win pay $9 M taxes due thereon from 1345,and feet frost with ideita* In frjmt tad rearsaakleg

7JI MAWJONFS; n,. his beautiful and conrenicntapplicatiori of the years. Tbo dwelling Ia spacious and epmfortabfe, an necessary expenses attending said]sal* -Bonn* Jt-'aa eotnrcnail any IIot5XI5tbWV3bsJb,
s My : V vjsterioua powers GALVANIsil and";MAGf calculated V for the RcoomtnodatiOn of a Urge darin described eft- day of sale. V H which nOW wW enable aiaUMN sNSM4e aeTiroMtnadndOd

-.5, j fUnatjot Fjorid-W and in,the Fed- : V V ETISAl,has been pronounced by distlnftubibedniysieians family- ,'The..landof good 'quality, and well V *V : AUlBRADDOCK,; 5 5oci24td fttty psAroas. H'uiaWwfflkOderjthe

a V ,rlCoitrtP+rtbe Northern District pf Florid*. V./ X3. 'Nbitee.Ti -, v both In Europe and the United Stater, adapted for cotton.' 'There ia *flourishing Orange V *' Sheriltandexoff.TaxColleitor,, i i erUltBdle.i i 5 V
o be the mottraluable medicinal_ discovery of the grove on Jhe premises, which formerly prodaccdan V .Nona, by whet*
; ?-TT TaJOTICE,U'hereby given-That; application V ZKI,, t e-v5Yajatt V T : :. : VV Hold
J/l ;will: be made to the- General 'Age* VVVV/ a, af jj zyt j> income of a thousand d"Uars,and will shortly V ; tet blntatif%4 ihafl s& be rimBed by a7

; V 3aesiWtbi sttsp4eung Of the State of Florida, for next the passage Assambly of an Act ; V. flItW1LCOXIV ? do s*again,from the present thrifty and healthy : County Tax CJOM v', S V in tb 8outh belog*44Obed by theoodIUh

** :lands 1n4 t1i. leatlonV L. "VlIeOSPOrt." ST.JOJINS 8E3IIN4iy. Componndl Extract ofar apaUa,\-iOrigfnal'O1 appearance of the t ce*, Th/ Post Qfitce of Mandarin I steam coastukatisa hins. V
: QFV LEARNING at Madison CourtHouseal : : : Tovntfnd' iTTT V U .within two miles,:and "the sfeamboAts WO expos for sale, in front of the Court ta have tk*a4vatug**4JM ftn* *I1S4'* 0
; 1 : ., _. and before the boose/on Id4itlOr'bS baa mad '*"$ '
V V VVV > A *IssrlCik ; > IS'NOW pass repasa regular house door,In Nassau county, an the.fourth Mon those cities,
: "MAJrif tto0to
-V I .: V :' L V "B trips to undfronl..sA&yaneahVVThogewIsMngVto day In January,1S3V40Q acres of bind owned by menU,la ewmcUoa witbthvUote -
"' JL'AND easily proved by us that f*t x :./ the MS"oddos
V secure this Taluabl* *
V 4 1nss i tlt 'United V '' V property may.call on-ord< the heirs Horatio Low,or ao meek thereof.a. fttrnish fiii % rm* 4 tn.gti
: Notice
j V 4 V V V V ; -TOWNSEND'' a-. 1etter the subsoribey at efli nOt AWTVZat#
V'V : V saa? VVJacksouyill.II, will 8161 taxes doe thereon for IBStVand n gutI
. 4 V .. I'iIN t.r iflz *r otb ,* ieeapenaij, IS HEREBY' given that applicationf--ni be did obtain-'from DIl. WiLCOX the .receipt'for *, VVV., : CHARLES LIY&NEV necessary expenses atUodlng said aalo.,'Bocrfea $VITbO lscreMiig et1o* eblAths eaa&*SViesIda

inPoe.d rolnnteers, and forPlanlsUed horsei or to the General Assembly of the State manufacturing the original V V : described ondav_ of aale. vLA" po1IIeL1* the s.tlaasioa .1'the modilurfelIy.
of Florid* at its next session,for an aetf.Incorporation. V-- ; ,aNoary -
4 : eOo3nal4MnVsod
'pthcr WILCOX COMPi UNDM ;: :: : fotthseutS'of S
stwcvthuuite41 "" 'J. V
ropj 8tate. V V ,
.! of-*! PlawkfOrjar/i Road, from /">f i VV V- / 1iv i"ii V tiaa bat ibdaes4'a5S fl VOttiIhV51
j : some point on the Atlantic orSt Jobn'a ria and-that be did,aftertax character;and;'reputation '& -Noiicc 1 t<** NaVisatori.jwifwsassssKt.. V eett4tdSheriff and ex off,TaxColU, W.; toVtt.41 eii tbs ftsaentbl.f

Madison ourt House to TaQabawee.T wa established,M being the mst ,VV ,'t V V V. ih.who seek.tbsnSfa'd SaOder
; :; geptlfthl8TV-* -; -: tf. EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE V V sf.thIs Ii iSsb.cribe
__ _ V'V T s4V &am3 txT&CrtBY *
'1 ? '- 'V VV 'I- "__ "V VVVjt in tbo i-orlltfot the follpwing,diiwsaite., "suchM V V 'cDtoziqto, Sn3ou's {& h.il 1bieouined that hi* xoudIWaexft
:.. Notice.-- 'v-' .js- iai'1* r 'Scrofula. Consumption. KingV,EvU,Salt.Tie. *. LV virtu-of anthorityia/rwiyUw.Tertid,' lb.'n2ouAIkn

THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS fr.bysIp, $eafdUued, On ribout beflrataf.Msyneztth. I will expose fcr aalievin fnwt ef th*Cw rV>
V flap $tnt V ; iiasiofi&h .Chest; $; 1Ip1. fellow- house door,IB Haasm eounty;eo MM fourth Mon ', 1fUrnTQ&' V.q.fq
:- -, V V AIiG V OF IRE SEVERAL'WARS SINGED 'tUonofthe Iieartondafl' lafehanget Tol .'i Bar;.i will Irive'b5daw1tbtbe ibfrbotleef Buoys 4lr at Ss1 day in Jh&iary, Ittl,12i svcm JanJ owned*jffl V V

V gAiiyi V'V NervoaVAffectioris,General DeWllty,Fluorbas'or A]. lethal ned- Josetib insmedIn or p mask th.reOtU1U pay
4 4 V.Vs.t I : tWhlUfHltheama.isra, SyphaiLComplainto ,-1at0r atttndsratnnd lvbrtivaTbsIb wbe*this ehswhUhe b Wtai due thereon-iron W tfia4 aUe ee4eeibedqa4a7fUIo.4 _

1 dieri (who have not received) ;Canccrom' Huttwrs Jj uil 4OUeasef -. rca1tcr.11 lipyi3on l H Kl V to osst bt
V to. t *'
: tG B UN1TLAWDfOflOTTICCI of'Onjmontb 0 baysbsrbersolovqd
. V. Waj r f the widows and minor children of those ur.om.p1rpolIIL,n* 'cycterjo Vrt numberd.V.o bapssgap id URAD,4VV

,; V V V 1s4i '%.* deuuaira; also entttfcd.$ IIbUItbIr Will make ilb Pitor; the genutn 4eab&Lbm&deIIbou : os$ur .oand4rotsr1gtJe 4b. i_ _.xxsaetor,
j V V great up a.,
V un4.nak. a(6modnstqeoponuUon. ;Lb. hun
; s ( ted IInoy i
: -y clalnu of thoaa InUrMtedrtf JUvinr b snwsploy Inch a UorTosive7Sublfmat*, isiNd oiltbIbtr hs4 ,
V ;
.w ,* T d'i>atUniv for fwai ad Ja KvefU experienoe.lnfMhi aper .e- *
pOlio ofte*for years/hli v.*numerPou-tits ortbanit
j atterswW n&bl Eim.to afford jreatfwUitU *>Now In eoaaequcnbe of tht abote LbiIOe,1JrWiLCOX -. a4tUS f ?5d,1ZPUIdzt
iuwhol 1 V
la, IdmwU&r LAKD .AND 1EN.mo(8 .' baieoncluded tq give) time VVtoVhoIe
ao4 isvs them a- 'gret'ded tottbttsezin.s. And IWtoBtt,to Jthe manufJMturinir & : i imn cbalrni1wiQ hoVra&tk4V1htI,6ot&s %I50 toNOSOYIO $k* ? $ % : / V

V ojwv-ORIGIN4I OMlO IJ4r'purftyioth&L
V Wb.r. bsa.b3thg .,
bhrg Is**&* AD tetter port-paM wiU rceoir* ln Mprfroefalitt .ofTeg tabl8
( th AauQtadof all, claMea.miiT) bartt beallflg ss & ssis8& V
V alprtoM as J j thy can buy IA Xev York orlaewbflr sent. .il t balinforairoflhoaboveomplaInt And: from VI VVi VV V

: 4r4ers from florid*,South Carolina, V V 0. W.BENNETT Atfy his knowledge for the but ten years of the wonderful : OPRNTZGV'lLTLyV1XECUTZVD "ths7iIS& '9:1s : V

I. V 04 lb. intor,are souite.V Washington, D. C, hesJing propensities of his compound, h* VV V ,AT NWVAtdV: cy VSed O& spZ.7tflfotbL

AIr.11uQ. V October 1850. tf I hesitates tot to say, to yen, that he warrtnts a V THISOPFTCE.VV >. oct 2His Easrtffaadezoff.TexCoHettex: -


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