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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: January 2, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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-.
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OUR tJifiiosr.bat and deperateachevement pff the Revolutionary V"-':Ceaeru1.a.rnmb1yDo1n. ..' ,- 4 '1 4fl5-aeU.si&Caljfbrsst .t to their- own jodgmtnuT .T. T'B

war he was the-filpt rnan: whd'.en THE JumcLtftYr bil) organiziwg a -, jit 95ca pies eight closely printed co1mnqf 1
' 1ca flowed at Lexington,and crinuoned tered the fortress after MajorGibbon; on parate Supreme court has passed the-house, the j,National.,Intelligencer, ..and >s written JWfe pnWisK.tJefewj.a taiementwlichpr.sents and- twenty" '-- -grtlleme-o" ? .wgMw: ftumm vj ggmi

Lake Champlain, which occasion.be received a bayonet wound and:the?probabilities arerthaUrt,'will .get with signal ftbihityevjnciri'g, thorough and gloomy pictujiof bi'conditio'ofaffairs the,Alabama -> *
'Strom*still along the Southern Golf and by the ialhr! WOottfregidri i bf'gold.:-It was .
in the thigh.,} He. was at Brandy wine,4 MOD- through the Senate., This bilLprovides; .for -- Dnt
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lakes Mainft; month and other.battles,at .the, North, and a Chief.Justice and two-Associate r Justices, ?if il >Tl Ig Jpf Jbe.' financial, and vcom- ,Alabama drawn np and signed by.the passengers of the .DEATH or ,THI "lunt Ha-I' ''

It flows in veins that swell above Pacific's golden fought heroicallyjUnder Greene in the South, at salaries of $2,000 ficb;and it/anthbrize." mercial affairs 'of J e.ajuntry.j y? egretegtjpreciudeaitsppearance to us by returning Col l1iflforpcrlyofTexaiwitha from California.and ha'nded demise'(at New-York) of tp.elLMartht 1 $

rand' where he was engaged in the actions of the annual sessions of the Court at Jacksonville iny ; has been the occasion of d itofite snth

And throbs in hearts that love and grieve by dark Cowpens, Camden, Guilford, Court; House, and Mariana, asHvellas at Tallahassee. '% glean from4"U .ti./ol- place; pressing in 'our request columns.that Colonel;we should'eive Mitla is it a Times that lady'stune' terrible ise *

Atlantic's strand.It &c. Probably no soldier of the Revolution This measure, we' observe, is a' favorite one j ii.J 's / observing 'and : .an' She was known tbronl mttlkefef : '

was in more battles, and served his country with the members of the bar generally, and .. several sagacious'nemanTHe'has months dom as teIrida'ueir,3mt,(> titfiff .
the 'ininin districts
the of at the cannon's. mouth doubt: Court is t Receipts and xpenJihtre.-The; receipts spent m inheritance,.which extendc4 aiterutoiy &
binds fa one vast brotherhood trapper more frequently;, no a; separate Appellate avery of California and vouches for over
for the the
year ending June 30, 1850t- were correctness exceeding '
than Peter Francisco. desirable 'with' thatofniany
the a
the West, t, thing; only question of the facts contxined the reigning-G.nnaa .
!
With men whose cities ghus themselves in Erie's The man himself was a'perfect Hercules us is,'whether the;pubic! i 'revenues'and'the the.eame$49,605.713 18, and 'theexpenditiree' for mtihicatibn. The "Colonerassured, 'as com-that Prince, five years ago her expectane/W i -
in strength, and in.a hand -hand combat amount of litigation-justify.and call for tit. period 'were $43,002,168 60rIeavIngftjbalance he had ; dear yearly income of SOMJ 14i. Mmt'
c1&icbreast ; _- netet witnessed such of suffering
in the the 1st of scenes three
Treasury 4on Ij since sh
was'perfectly invincible. His stature 'was It will pretty*nearly double the'pre .ent cost years looadt feerjeJilfe*
And those to whom September brings the fireside July,lSSO,-of $6,604,544 49, The. (iinacd as were presentiedjbjrth mining district gared and ruined. Her JtstaS
six feet and an inch; his weight 260'poonds; of the judicial system of'-the Stated r' *at this time." patrimonial, ,
social hours receipisTbr the/year ending June 10r185T, Twenty thousand miners the famous "Conhemard Acrci*
his complexion dark and swarthy .his hands : vraabrouEj!*
With those who see December's brow entrrea thcd ; (wlth.the halance'n-hand'rrOu fto $54, have been eng ged'ahIjh'e summeiy in the into Encumbered Estlttes'C rt'ftM It '
and feet He' wielded *
uncommonly large.. a :
with gorgeous oWere. last Wednestllyi laid! before 'th'House" an 313,594/49, and Expenditures-,-to $53- Southern mines?:in' dammlng'arid turning theflyers' yenised for sale:.-and she without sfti3. '
; "
sword six*Jeejt in. length!' That *wprd. }Ia able letter from Cir.ion ; *
Ex-Governor 853.59750, leaving on liaod on Ute let July 'Stanislas,1; Tewalamee Mercedes, login the world and neajrjh
the now in the Richmond Armory.It used to wave of arailroad the State The and other-streams pe od of Hag ,, "
From where Columbia laughs to greet smiling subject across ; -" Th 'receipts forlthe the beds 'which' have confinement
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? was obliged tasetfc b.er
breai
in front of the like '
L. the. fight a meteorrbear- '
western wave. House Committee Internal ItfibrovementsThaye'reported disproved 'barren1 of the precious dust, a
(6lwiigJeareie estimated; at $47.258.- in'the'ew w ilJ. Never'was MchaZhanJ '
down all before it. Francisco wielded '
' To where Potomac sighs beside the patriot hero's it ing with, as much ease and efficiency,as, ever two'bilis'in 'acc6rdaHtfe*'wiihlh"e"BUgKestions"bf 9g'O9, _.- ._, .nsesat $48,124,993 18, ,They have exhausted all ihetrjneiijs fn this fate less deserved. She was ruined by in w

grave; did Richard of the Lion Heart his famous the" Gov'ernoVsMessage le'aririgA'deficit on lstJuily', 185lV"of $86599Q ,- unprofitable labor and.at deeply Jrtdehtfo; failure'of.the,potato icrop-iaiid. tbel fajiine -
And from the streaming everglades to Huron's1ordly battle-axe. -ohe of these1creates a Board f of Infernal '
flood, Some of the -anecdotes of his-personal u Improvements' to' cpf-sisfoFthe' Gorernori bqpudary stbck / ; ? commences in' November will force "them and she who had been-the friend** ajmpoe/i fr .
The, glory of the nation's past thrills through a strength and, achievements would be absolutely Attorney General," 'Treasurer, Comptroller *:Gait; aftfie',Mencanl War.-Tberepor* back; penniless and destitute, td-'the towns, schoolmistress, doctrrss, and'insUnctori C-
and Register,'as ex-qflicio membfers, and of 'show that the where they must be fed and supported during of '
kindred blood incredible, but for the unexceptionable goes onto large expenditures a people of her own, over whom she r..' ,
one member from eachJudicial' Circuitj of the go vernmeni'have'grown out of the the winter or sent back to" the States, reigned like a native'sovereign In.that wild

Wherever Arnold tale is told it dyes the cheek authority upon when; which they visit are founded.On Rich. to be'elected by 'the Legislature.1 To 'this Mexican war. For the..seven years previ- either of which appears almost impossible. district, had no friend save those,'trhouwe'rt i"
one occasion, on a to Board committed the of the Col. Mills fears that this
with shame, management ons'to thy war, jhe, mof'$149,66O,345,2waependeIed'dOriiig desperate situation too poor to help her in her adversity /JJbtf
mond to purchase barrel of wine the
a mer *
lahd'and of all work bf Internal : of the miners will rise to'.excesseV and
public ? subse- give had
And glows with pride o'er Bunker Hill or Moul- the seven to devoted herself the poor, thaiE.ihe'
chant said he might have the barrel, if he "
trie's wilder fame ; Improvement; Jo encourage which, they are quent.year, it amounted to$294,807,407 95: disorders of the most alarming1 character. wasin a manner cut5 off* from association
would raise it and drink from it Francisco
And wheresoVer above the fray the etare of empire raised it with and drank from the authorized'tor subscribe for on -third' of'''the : Tbeexpensesand liabilities; chargeable The great object of a California emigrant with those of her own station and theoraf> '4
ease,
gleam' bung-hole..On, another occasion a noted capital stock'of any chartered company for; directly'to said war, and, the subsequent acquisitions is no longer to make, fortunebut to save ter enduring all the perils and discomfort* .
these whenever three-fifths- 'such' to his back the States.
o'er the dost it objects, of territory, amounted to $217,175- enough pay passage to of a sea voyage, she died in,.a strange
Upon the deck'or ptfurs common bully, who bad heard of his strength cpun-
great ,
stock'shall have been'take'n'-by private.in 575189j'excIusiVe'bf! numerous claims yet This is some times the labor of months. A tiy; amid those who could care liulefor hen '
stream! rode all the from Kentucky to match
way dividuals, or rporatons. They1' art also to presented. party-of emigrants-composed of eight persons and to whom her history'w' ,prbbabfyj' n ir '
himseif against him in a personal encoun empowered to provide for the location the -applied to Col:'Mill?; whei. he passed .
Unknown '
Particular decree '
Frauds the Revenue. however
It I* a sacred legacy ye never can divide, ter. Francisco, who was a man of eminently -iipan< great Certainly; .
Nor take from village urchin, nor the son of city pacific disposition endeavored to dissuade "swamp lands," ceded to the Stat .'by the altentionis aljed to Frauds upon .the Revenue through Panama, for means to prosecute the case is one, of the facts of-which -out
recent act of 'Congress, and toemplo'omptent their to California Col. Mills i advanced -
a
voyage
Ah, instance, is. mentioned where countrymen ought not.to l>e..ignorant nor bef
pride ; the bully, from his purpose; but finding him I ; ,
and w eight hundred dollars "
Topographical Engineer them
to on con
three of fruit were" one left'quitevoninformed bf the virtues of the. '
Nor the hunter's white haired children who find a determined, heraised urn from the ground, cargoes shipped by .
.been'a' Geologist. house, 'afHhe same timej to'-"Boston, "New dition thattthey should follow him and work I lady*who has thus suddenly erfied her dayr '
fruitful home as if he had. feather,and put him over '
The Committee have also reported a bill for him until they would re-imburse him them : ii' '
-and invoice : >
York and the1 *
among
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Philadelphia quality
Where nameless lakes are sparkling, and where the fenced The man picked himself up, and requested Florida ':e
to the Atlantic and Gulf to hislerm's
incorporate They agreed labored'faithfullyand ,
-the Philadelphia ,
value .At
being same i,.
lonely rivers roam! Air. Francisco to put his horse'over Central Railroad Company, which 'authorizes perseveringly, during five'months, and ; ". \
after him. No sooner said than done! The it passe4 at the invbice.value'; 'at New | VERMONT COSDEMSED BT 'ITEB, ovrjr SES '&
State of one-third of the could him thir
and
his sword at Entaw and a subscription York the appraisers advanced it 75 per cent, I repay only one.bundred : ATpRs.MXTofihe'BaIuniore Suri, Lwritint
GBEENC drew ; bleeding horse followed the'master" by the same i :
capital stock of this great enterprise, andprovides' 'ty-fivedollars of. the amount, advanced ,by from** 1of
Boston 92 under' date Dec' '
Southern feet and at 'per"cent.and no objection [[ Washington; 9th '
struck but
ing means. Francisco"never a man < --
that it be undertaken by one him! The Colonel related other instances '
the Delaware amid the with may nor appeal from the,decision of the appraisers many says: : '"& f*;*
his
Trod. the march across once clenched fist, This .as dji of more-'companies, under the general supervision of disappointment and unrewardedtoil 'a c*
snow and sleet; an occasion when he was attacked by three of the Board of Internal Improvement was made. ;: : v ,-which'occurred under his.own observa L[ "The act of the.'Vermont 'Legislature! >feU0 ; -4
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And lo b upon the parchment where the natal ruffians, vrhom he piled-tip in :'a heap toelher No particular termini* for the 'road Changes recommended in thepreierut: Tariff. tion. Out of seventeen personal friend >yejajly condemned jn.Washington ,

record shines ; ; striking one of them and breaking are'fixed by the bill, these being left to ''be .-This part of the"i port'exhibits great ability who*labored in she.same diggings with him i and by none more so than the Senators.and; -

The burning page JEFFEESO.N. bears FnAcs.r.n'acalincrlwes jaw-bone. It'is. ttaled in Howe's His determined and and abounds with statistics' and arguments three bad collected of'the dust members from Vermont -Thisis' a. most -
upon by subsequent surveys *' >* only enough
tory of Virginia, that such| was his personal reconnois nces. ''' that are unanswerable.' t'sFt to defray"their back to their homes fortunateigu. Judge Phelps, a. gentleman '
strength, that he could easily shoulder a is believed, that if upon the large,importations -the others had expenses not only lost all the ;of as moch1gaI learning and philosophy* '
Could ye divide that record bright ; and tear the cannon weighing 1100 pounds; and our informant These are the most important 'measuresbefbrethe of the' past'jear the jncrease' should which bad money as'any man in the country, '-and'artoraa-$' '

names apart a highly respectable gentleman Legislature, but .it is impossible'I continue at the same ratio as" that of'the in debt.Ahey' ,brought %yiththeinbut- gone ment from New England )in the',J>enatf pf ,

That erst were written boldly there with plight of now residing in Buckingham, in a communication to say what will be their fate at this session.' past quarter, which, as.'already! stated, is Thus is the golden mirage of Cjitorniavanisbiug. the U.'St tea/pronounces it'as entirely,?mH., '
hand and heart 1 before us, says : 'He could take me There i is, of course, among members a very I $18,000,000 the'aggregate amount for tl>e constitutional and void;and his 'opinion1 ort -'

Could yon erase* Hancock*name, e'en with the in his right hand and pass over the room natural disinclination to undertake so large'I current fiscal year,' ending 30th .June,.185l, : that subject is worth more than that' "of">the*
1830.
sabre's with me, and play my head against the a responsibility these measures involve;' will not fall much'shprtbf $250,000,000. A SrtAamt ALABAMA/Nov 27, whole Legislature of Vermont and the"GOT

edge ceiling, as though f bad been a dollbaby.My .- but we are satisfied the course of sound policy 'survey of the markets 'of the world,' it isbe- : We the undersigned, passengers in 'he ernor to bootv '-
fraternal Carroll's '
Or wash with blood
out a. i weight was 195 pounds.1" Imagine such lies in makitnp. bold dash at once. 'JTlie lieved, fnrnishes ho reason to expeJMhat steamship Alabama
double pledge 1 a Samson as this in the front of'a battle, scheme,q! 'a rauway tunning through the our exportati6ns' exceed! se orfbst 'jin view of the many false and exaggerated the Legislature as unwise and unnecessatys -'' '

Say, tan the South sell out her chare in Banker waving his six feet sword three' great sections of the State, is bound to year, which *we' have;'seen"werea fraction ;statements in circulation as regards ;the pro- 1 All the members, without "distinction* ,
'
be -is certain to unite Ie thanl52 "millions.' 'Thii'woudieave! tductivehess of the"minesf deem it a duty to .
1 The following anecdote, illustrative] of popular a greater ,of party,' regret it, and .there b )batjlit' '
hoary height Francisco's valor has often been published : amount' df; public sympathy and "'interest on the trade of the'current fiscal yeah, with give'some fact's'which came under :our immediate tie,doubt that it will be promtly repealed at,
,
Or the North her bones of Yorktown's .
can give
np than any other measure which can be evolved foreign countries, an alarming balance; ; observation, for the consideration.of the next session the.Legislature! %,. ,
closing fight While the British army were spreading ; and we know'that, even' 'nbwj it is taking which could not fail to be felt in results fatal those who contemplate Visiting, the State for ' : "_ ? .., 4c' :

Cam ye divide with equal hand a heritage of havoc and desolation all around them,, by a.firm hold of public atteMion. The to all branches of business at home, and the purpose bf mining In, thus voluntarily'Iaying How TO WEAK A SHAWL If aladygport* a '

graves, their plundering and burnings hi Virginia, nor it. is thought, of and disced;' the highly injurious to thv revenue of succeeding beforethe 'public our experience a shawl at all, and only.very falling,ho*td- '

Or rend in twain the starry flag that o'er them in 1781, Francisco had been reconnoitering, deeper'imerest it 'will'awaken; for',it 'will years. *" "and observation, in California, we wish it ers should venture tbdo so,' weshoudre.\ -

proudly waves 1 and.. while Mopping at the'' house of' a;Mr. assume the shape of-a question of 'personal The folio wingfchanges 'in' the Tariff are distinctly understood that our statements can commend it to always falling bff"ot.pnt -
*, then in-Ameliavnow Nottoway county, interest nearly yery eitizert'6fjthe State; (recommended ; he relied upon as strictly true, and that we ting on, which produces prettyactioa ? Oid'beshouldwearjtupooneeboulderi1nt
Can ye east lots for Veraen'd toil, .r chaffer 'mid nine of Tarleton's cavalry came up,* ;with and'It willl: veniually ih''a'tgfeat;degree, : $ are actuated by no motive save a desire to ; ,

the gloom I three negfoes/and told- himbe was tneir.prisoner. supplant,those'abstract political, qnestions ,, JK jl,change JA,.the.;present i ad>.valorem Serve those who may,be induced 'to. leave down the.other, or.In somewayiraw.jrre.a .
That hangs its solemn'folds about your common :>: Seeing he wiisWef poweredby nninV; which:haqe; brto4o udiidrtbi impose secifle.Jpti .;jpresent comfortable home-for the desperate jilarly.sbjaAioJbre -
Father's bers, he made no resistance. Believing! him \pon"aTl: articles to which such duties.;may the .
tomb 1 issues In polit'cal "campaigns.1 Things are Jchance of making fortune by gold digging. Iauftsbfthopreestcoue.e. .
Or could ye meet around his'grave as fratricidal lo be very peaceable, they all went into the destiried'to asJuiue:: more practical turn"'in' bey/ofely :applied,' ;with' home..valuationsupo'n"all : .We-bave'tie.wed with i regret :'the..many ry real'artatknow i that'it'offers'Wfeirt' '

'foes, house, leaving him, and 'the''
And wake your burning curses o'er his pure and gether. -Give me instantly all that you anihmeilcal,' as well as'' rhetoricaVfiguies vilorem'rates" ,' r 1 based on information derived from the press ,than a line across the,, bust, Eke the-* -
calm repose tYE possess of value said the latter,'"orprepare uppf i the'stump. Should this'General 'Assembli If| lIthe principle of specific duties shall in California, the conductors-':which are broad ribbon of the order of the garter,"sat* '

to die" *fl have nothing to give..up," aid | ;'fail to do'any''thing upon the subect not be adopted, that the, home valuation, instead 'engaged in. the ,transportation, bnsiDess.on"the |woro by Queen Victoria: or the loose girdler .

DAEC OT! is the .Alleghanian thunder-toned Francisco, "so use your pleasure." "De good deal will be endangered, and of,the foreign, should! then,be applied Atlantic and Pacific. ,The bankers, merchants sloping across the hip?,' in the itbstntot of thrf 7 : "

decree; I liver instantljV'rejomed the soldier, ."those may be lost. But the schemetwill come up to all imports subject toad valorem'duties.: ; and traders whose.business. ,'transactions early.P atageneta.v.Oij' ,.accouaV % .
silver buckles! which wear .in undertaken i ,IIt..Ifneitherof the foregoing changes extend :the and the long scarf shawl is -. '
Til echoed where Nevado guards the blue and massy you again; 'eventually, will be throughout length5, (as picturesque- ,,
tranquil sea your shoes.1 -They were.a..present from and accomplished. shalt be thought proper, then, it is deemed breadth of the gold region, assist in no small thing as a lady can wear. With the" broad* -

Where ; valued friend replied Francisco, "and.it taken highly necessary .that tbe present,rates of degree, in misleading the public'in'regard to !'pattern'sweepin g aver neb nlder, and 'i! -
tropic waves delighted &c.r-None. have
clasp our flowery '
would grieve me to, part with them. Give ELECTIONS yet duties should be increaseJ on a great;variety..of the flattering prospects ot those engaged, inininlng. narrow one; or none at'ill .oajthe Other,: t* '
j.
Southern,shore, them into yonr.hands T. never will. You place! or are likely to occur, ,.until .after, the articles'which'if will be found could bear 'They have"induced thousands and supplies the eye with thatirregalarityjrbjclta. I

And where throngh frowning mountain-gates have the power;,take them if yon think fit.1* holidays. The street rumors are, that Hon, puchvincrease with the ,mos salutary t effects tens of thousands lo seek'fortunes in California drapery requires; while-the jslanling. fprodltandcolors ,

Niagara's waters pour. The )ldier.put his sabre Under his arm, and DL. YULEE has received the caucus nomination upbr' |) both trade'and'rfiVenue*.. s/f, *&*+;; at great sacrifices,who never would.bays of the border, lyin carefescly
States
f bent down to take them. Francisco, finding for re-election to the..United ;JBihcr of.the two tnb4ificatlon4lsug-" tried the experiment if they had been informed round the figure givesthat easftra ideaT '
his Sen ate., He is said to have secured a vote gested 'above would''undoubtedly 'correct shawl
favorable which
condition and
eo an opportunityto .recover of therreal yropects pi everyf more or lessvimpIiesvZ
/Vow the RlrJimond Republican. of more than two-thirds in caucus; butt still of.the of,the .
bie. drew inequalities present systemplace What Oriental
liberty stepped one pace in rear, many those engaged in working "inin s.; : ever wear one straight '
'that is alto-
Peter Francisco the sword with force from -under his arm, it Is reported his re-election not all! ImportersTwhethe!: purchasera' We believe that thousands have been induced up and downand, uniform on.' both aides,-, '_ t
and instantly gave him a blow'iacross the getber secure some of the party entertaining or manufacturers,pn eqn rgrounda-.in re- 'emigrate California1 ?dnrngi| the as' our ladies often do-Quarfery ,lit- '

It is the misfortune of the rank and file scull. "My enemy," observed Francisco, apparently insuperable "objections".him. spec to valnatibhs Ipr onty; ;,,guardtbe rev past yea? on aecountW:the xaerated' report view -- /. '" '41 31" -

of an ftrmy, that, while they do all the hard "was brave, and though severely wounded, lie nomination, however, jnust be' looked enue'against the flagrant frauds,blch.are, made by (be Government agent (Mr ; -_-_-_ f .'.;' v,1ncit "-'
fighting and encounter the"greatest perils of drew a pistol, and, in the same moment that upon as committal of,the party to his peculiar n w1so easily, "perpetrated"u nder exlatirigcrea K'ngaid by ne statements' 'made i by the TASHIOKABUC HivxEas.Theze w-'a, eitof ,

the iatile-field, they repeiye the smallest lie pulled the trigger, I cut his hand nearly views and policy;, and' so far, Mr. $4 dle4t jj in C4igrthJnrelatioiit6-tbe gold people whom,1 cannot bear; the,pinks"of -
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portion of the glory anil applause which fol off. The bullet grazed my eide..Ben,? ?. Yulee m'ust'.be cbrisidf red as very fortunaieiThg i of.theeyennA. ;.::, ,; ,t. ;: tJearn qnartf *They': stated. that'quarurockexisted r fshionabre! proprietyjivrhpse every;word Ispreelsef ,
low Victory. They have the lion's share of (the man of the house) very ungenerously street! rumor ,is, thai .,he"received J26niit _'la- nyeystCm9t i is*believed-that experience to an unlimited-extent, and ; nd.-whpse"every; movement --* ."
and their of the 31 democratic yoteis"in the, Legia be I1 *_- >*: .Zi'k1M k T'W k 'tkXn t* WAM '
danger officers theY lion's share of brought a mu3ketand gave jt .to one of the b settled jh 'Jrue polj iytO; ipprth'from'one' to1 three ''dollars per.fpoundi .
r nown. Sometimes, however, there is. British K>IJier and told him.to make use.of lature. suedln :seyeral partienl.an 'etJnt Tbese'statementscqrniuig id1 theimihersthrough1 all tfrt"categories of polbebavioury'

among the humble ranks of the private so- that He mounted the only .horse they Preliminary to the election of Judges, Mr. oaf pysreiu of-nrrenue law | Among thesa 1 the newspapers published'abroad,'' not,'a, particle 'of.' soul" or'.cordiality about, .

diets an individual whose peculiar prowess could get, and presented it at my.breast It Milton last.week'introduced a resolution repudiating are tbat'alfXwr material,fthould,be admitted struck"them ?with:/atorushment; Now; ihein 3We"alIow that th'eTr'manhers Inay i,
aiufsoHie'rly physical missed 'the. at' moderate rate of;duty;; ben assessed be abundantly'correct:' There Abe 'elgahce *.-*'
ia4 Equalities' single $fire, rushed on the muzzle oflhegan. party.. bAchf.and i pledging a there is not one miner in five hundred, who may
himont from the multitude and rivet upon ., Ashort tlrusgle ennted. I disarmed loose[ to elect, as near as possible, an equal at al V that all non-enumerated articles should has found i alChis' researches a pound of .in. very.gestarej and,gracef aloes*ja t>

' b n ,the attention and admiration of., his and wounded.him., Tarleton*troop of four number of candidates from :both ,partier assessed (higher tespfaut tZ, thafit the quart rock'worth.fifty tents per'pouhd, and every,position*, notasInileoutofplacea&f

countrymen. The eye of, the world then 1&undrednien were in sight. AH was hurry The resolution occasioned some.considerable average bf mahnlactured articles, ahd"th'at the"underslg"ried, "who have been deeply.'Interested ota step that would not bear' the.:severest'scrutiny. *

passes by th "glittering groups of Generals and con fusion,.,\vhich I increased by repeat discussion, and was finally lost by a tie vote. the arUcles.compps d fjtheJsame nyiteria6h6uld''pay in'; the matter bavingcarried .ma .' 'This is very fine) ''bur bat ,! '

and Colonels, and fixes upon this herb of edly hallooing, as Jood as,I con Id, Come en We do not learn, however, that it is the settled ; ift': general the ,same" ;rates" '; "of chinery to,the.mines at great-expense,,4o want 13 the heart an tgaiety of social'lnter. .
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nature, 'in hi* plain attire; and with, his my brave boys;,nvw't your time: tee will loon .intention of( the majority*)? make, a d't" v -V"T.le' "!* ;1" v, work the quartz, know; .that none can .be course-the frankness that 'spreads'anima3tion .

countenance Hackened by the smoke.an4 ditpatcti these fete, and then attack.the main party,bench. .The,candidates,are said! to be 'lo order toTnrarenesaof uniurmity ,n ue found there Worth /presentpri.cejfor' labor around )'V-kh8 eye that "speaks aflably fto ,.

dust of battle, yet whose valiant spirit irradiates 6
the /iiogt doubtful strife and exalts the others were"pa"ruc-'strnckrand fled ,1 elections,willbe-, attended with.Bome< difr 'afua1iQns uitler any iystep Jearnestry ,,,:It luis beeo;estimated'that about'oie huh- sum, and tells: every,mania coapamy .to be*; .,

the humblest! 'stationjSoch seized Ben.,* *, and would h dispatched ficulty. ..ft: t ,;>> c,'. T: recjptomeiid h'eicrealibn'ofa corps of app rais* hundred thousand Americans werejrt Call- confident .and iappy,. "BerjcoaTteoas, .4 .
maaciras PCTER Piuucciscaia him, but the popr-wretch begged for his life; The general.legislation.of the.session' so ers It l lii ?.wnoM duty ilahalUetojr fornia at the .commencement of the present and notdisplay the. wckemng: .formalify. f '
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cnao who in extraordinary physical strength, he,was not only,an object of my contempt, far, has not been Cither,unportaiitprj extensive. the principal pprts of entryj in ihe lf; Sife's'froritIm yea .' Tbis'emigfationfthis year, is put down those who talk human by rule life, "and t6a woufd tvireWnndsystem reduceL. -, '

'ion-like courage and gentleness of. disposition but pity. The'eight horses, that were left ., ui; VtJST'K'J ? ?, wijff power to correct,im- atVixtftBoifsand across the plains, ten thPuiaanit the whole' ;' Dr.Chatmert. .

was one of the most remarkable of the behind, I gayejiim to conceal forme., Discovering _. _t.L._ pror va1natlQns ad'urs --r'-' over-land 'through-Texas"and 'Mexico" ; ;;of, 'misery/' "arid 'coostrainti,,, '
Evolutionary warriors-'of Virginia. We Tarleton had dispatched ten more SiTi. t'AT -' 1o T4" ': and.fifty thousand across the Isthmus-t-mak -,. ?<*

6nld easily fill this journalwithanecdotes! in pursuit'of me,'I maJc otT. 'I evaded their 4 ing two hundred.and twenty"thousand. .Sup- '
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illustrating his character and. prowess, ..but vigilance' They stopped to refresh Jthem- person emplpyeliningjq.th jiay;heeptIn iposingtwenty thousand bavy returned home irial exhibition held in llontreal'CasP ,
our limits forbid more;than a brief sketch of selves: ,I, like'an old fox-, doubled and' fell PubuqueTfi' ojeaTfeibe rjni4mportatlonanJa during tnVfecent year (and ,tbfs Is said to be ui specimen leather taade fwwljfJW ski" I Ia

the history of one who a( least deserves not on' their rearI; went' thjf ieit'day5 tpi'Ben. county, Iowa, relates J wlttkpnfle 4 Iiberaltalcul tio ) tWo hundred'-thousandrAmericajisreroainijLtbecountry pf.the porpoise waa bow wbichjaftnrt> w. '.. 'F.
tote forgotten.- -' t>- *e.s for my horf ; he'demanded ''tvro for histrbuble'and'Venerous" it.f t i foreignco Ifrasked rouch"attentionTbe, 'skla.ol'/tDla -fisbjfJf .

PeterYrancisco did not remember, if- beK 'intentions: 'Fitiding tYi ithOt jhft paypet 4utes ;TtsIo what is the condition',and prospects.of Ibis can be turned! tcr!leatfiet of teest :* '
tc my situation dangerous, and' feurrbunded by Vbf reommenae&'Io rliee.Unp Tter'fr0mdestro laree number of AmericaTfeillzens,1 we'woudTheortoi ( appears -

one evening from school, (in his native land, enemies where Fought have found friends, rica ihI stretch'mr-r''!> "" "**"" et say mWdepJprabreK' fifty: and nnrfiJ fln--.beli ti lf *fe
whenever thatJ ayJjave.beenVhen five I went off with'my sir horses.1 I intended to Faytte countytbpbihrc1iJthe; ? ? Vr/ui- lby flre ih b4JrehOiis an4commer.Ce Thousand who have been engaged In damming kid, yet strong ;; *---: '

yariof age. together with bis sister and baYe"avehged myself of". *,;'at' a future vegetation had grown"to atneri>eigPf 01, 00.1 and turning rivers, during,the.summer, have be&ere obtained arft..man'from' Ihejporppisei; :ZIOU1i'avdellca'ie'iedYa1Uble '*

two'other cbtIdren;,'a'1o' and girl, they day, but Providence ordained I should not be orlivd feet, tb'en.seared, nd l ( .,yehIot''by. theuumnl thatalr.custoih.9us8 iees,bcab been almost udvesally4isappointe& tHaviiig oil can be 'eitracted "
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parsed hfarW-aea shore/5 A vtssel lay at his executioner, for1 he broke his neck "Jbypfe fr9sst'ebtbevoice i.j = < ll1ed,,aswll lci&tthC'lakOf threelBummers.'iind the m its bralArjhi cooirTwke ore4uaf '
anchor.*>hort distuce from the sea;coastl fall from'one of the very.horises1! '** '! bf pe,4onabqutiflg'HeI1O, AbWppcensingof meahi1 they' had 'previouslyr thousands*of lanhy cI14.4

.- Several sailors were ju t landing in .a small Mr.- Frarfcilco, in the' year 18 ,- was >; r, uiWi.jw.f r-vV?" '" .v.: vesseIsy atlOna, teatiflg Uieenty tbenVare reduced tof wanp-ao'dtlaTolved$01jfebtor to.lhe hr &. : ':'-
tmerbidize.s __ _
boat f Francisco. stopped to admire the elected Fergeant-at-arma"$of''the-Virginia be'ricdurselV 'Tu th tl..dirctionthe pf subsistence* etc. ? *' citten servedalsea. ,.,,*,,,
white sails of the vessel; bii'sTster, alarmed House" Delegates. "Hedied'in the'year toice; wediscbyered.lbe, .bead fa,, ; per.sctjtst "- it Those, who were engaged in the i -'iJ'r- t-r.-'i.' '*-?f_',., : :' '
at the presence of the-tailors, ran-home, 1831tandan buried-in :the' Sbocke' Hill peering abQve? |b.el-tbp oft e I1* i gngs, depotsctc., baveuen.uosdcces1ul-,-- PiiistExs are of te misybbwn _

begging him to follow"her; The sailors enticed Burying Groundc 'No tone marks the place 'graswhtch'here waextended. -, custorn.bQUse -"rj'fr ohsnl2 ivTi i r ajujitthe them iiQticeVAHse'of
him and.two( | of hw( companions' onboard othis grave, but the rank'grass waves luxuriantly ern direction. .'. \- wirwheft 'affirmttivel', certificaU And VoCer requj enti'9b of lbe'mRr ,
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the; niai cpntintied-.* t_' i* 't jV KiiPiiAnpilpswtit tsat roentionettf lhanpVmow than eighty fl thisWhereojpon .
Ibe' teasel and they %ere not 'permit tver the'ashes of the nst/extrabrdinarv 5
ted to return.: They]were:'brought,,to this soldier andm 'a'm'onglhe rank''abd did you''see' anyttiia of.i ;n9tiavcls ; oflce' complicated.and'veatioU5 they ninety in eWry hun4re4ia4raruzed m neen9ahtct / anIoain.afterssvrl7' .. .

country, and ca4csca.wM1sohtunti1,2: file of the American Revolutionary Army!- slanting Ja' little' towatd'tjie euu'witU **. yJir .T JI w. .g> w enable"tKern. o-jretortt, tojSeit' pensurirtg;the publisherfq-; .su.r ,, .. ,,,,
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years old) toyman wuned,Wright, who, How such aymdigyopowessandstrengthwotlI i'ou8i1n8fflk|) iomiflg'putcfigbtrbi( : Jfint Ir-.b e ed faraiIiesV.Wnd"-lb w ?inoire' Iharf one' intwentjftas iil ordet' to avoid sachy' ; -

lived aths place known M Kaine's Tavern, have deligbte&the eye pfapolcun!. jtbtf lde"of;boulder tC'; I-*found' bhesdownin'lbesdwtrtsla "--- i.reaiurtJ reiCive realized a doUarfclcar. of cxpeo py .' ,
: jn Uy9uhf bae plai 1'ete t beid't t ? ot 'sC 4uge ejtcn -'- '
Cumberlandiouaryr He'trasseventeenyears" ; _* aflgohul :
.k'-1'J < 1.J- '*4jagaln'closfoa 1&JkiUVIO Ittafit
of mg wr.tb&twjrzwith Great his grenadierp, hewould havecovee4btxn ti ri w ;I've I ecaingejt4ined tAiL hopes of making. oeap,4ifOT. partf deceas l "' __ '
ih iht of'in'iUnety.4iiie ce$bu.
shpu14.csC are \o
all with stare and.
over odieritr.and
v iiisq omodn4IeIta etzQflL
yery itefla1 feel
desire if he,bad fallen he would have cbromemora. find IdkW ; I'.d'bundredJM LhihjOOatb TiAaMytbi1 4
to join Gen,.Washington'i. arniyiColAolhony ? ,
4ownfwb1kft is hertren'dpod
withthe pifdiscovefed jh1 tiuhl 'tvett'rn !bres: '
Wiasfe pf Buckingham, Uking ta hisfame tLlbestowed P0l eontidd,11Vfi1traflCr.1 tkbIillila% bfthLOwn1which'jbljO :h& '
aa intcrcttb the patriotic-and courage'oa -' one wbosu"noZ in'fralortoPeterFrcieco"BraVutOf diteo thInteMtesirthetovlultert1lueigat

youtb.bbngbt his tiiae from _VVright_ _'. ''Bmv.- 7fa'.jfcu" 14yon'Ji4tt th1beh1dd'1flWnthd ett1I'1'bt1keyOY flh xpenb4UOtQ4b4Ilfllflt :. '
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: ( Legf8'iatiye. ways. approjMd' I 1847 especially:..for:'the 'The Jodicfary Committee 1, .to.; rbpm was ,oinitt .(o'take-into -consideration'.;the .:Pendinz the conaideratfon'of:'which motion :FLORIDA; 'REPUBLICAN.. 'J' .

. : ; SENATE. county,of, DoTal ;j'the.bill to incorporate the oftheMessigi relates >archase for tbe State of the valuable.LbwLibraq'of the House adpumed| v. .
p'_ Jacksonville] and Alligator Plank Road Com rferr'mutl a }loti.Wm."II. Brockenbrotigb, Dec. .19.-Mr. Ja,:&' jnesfrom': the ,
1 N .'1850,-Mr.-Finley 1 introdoced : pany. And aIM the bills Trom 4b'i ,Senate; (; Jhage !.it. thejorganization 1 of ,theCourts deceasJ.'y -1jJDrtAtt. i. Committee ottlnteroaHrajtajf raentV made Thursday, fr 2>. 86: ;

;': :,y ;. k .m to amend the 11th clause of the 5th without amendment-- protect the< fisheries ptl 1kisatereporte&a} bilj3povi., ; ..-Mr. Scottjntroaaced f\\.bz1lto, a report ; bills ,w organize .
'k fr tniclt of the Constitution and also to amend on the coastmechanics of{, Florida 1*seeuring.' liens 19 dig! :-forJorgan' ingia\ [feparate Supreme':[amend the 'caf of ibej:!'6th article ,a Board'?apanidiEl '' ment ,for 'the Mr.JOHJT wit.sojr, or Taiuiuueee
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ka amendatory of the 12th clause of the 'ovjrseers! .&e. proTiding.} ::new I Coartj ind. recommeodedpassaS\ ; J, t of.the Constitution J: :> -* corporte theFlorida daljr authorized t act,...an Agent r
? ; and Atlantic Gulf Railroad Company,
modes timeat
oWnvestingrand, prescribing I Mr. Milton introduced ft: prohibitingthe the city aadvIeliity.
6th article of the Constitution so as to give which the first distribution of the interest .ne ; Mr.Tiryant gave$otice. that he allowance pay and' .u1 to*contestants and for other pars:. lep.bUeaala tat '

ftt election of the Judges to the people. of the School fund,'shall be made; to amend i on some future,:day. introduce. : a bill for a seat in the. Generl Assembly. A message wa ,d fromthe! Senate, 'TnC' 7
'*-*&!?Sjnith-iSlroduceda'billto'abolislrtheiotl the.Constitutions'as to give the election:of. granting.a'.charter to-the-Jacksonville : -rkmesSagewai received from"the Senate, notifyinglhaf t body bad"p sseoVamong 1E1g.1I
,;f ': Judges to' the peop'eThe! bill amei.d!. the Alligator i Plank Road Company. &nc dated the 1 I th, stating that that body had others, :a bill providing for the purchase by A.i'l'1l X l !p u r.ePfj
t claw* !f thf 6th! .article- of the Consti- Homestead exemuiion act was taken up, and i A. r ; sg;was K iec4ivdl'rorii't1S> f : ,, uw": passed, among others,"'a 'bill to alter!and the State of lands sold for taxes;" and a bill tr tbe New

taLaOIl.ftelad'iciur an amendment adopted exempting, ia ,addi- message c '. Governor amend the act incorporating the,.Atlantic and in relation t Injunctions.The upon'us with gloom and ctoud in the 'nit*
Cfitnmittee,, to whom was tion to the forty acres of farm l land under communicating t the House ofj: ,Representatives Gulf Railroad Company; bill to'provide for the final removalof world,-may the 1 nVLtlufiligbt;
t&rnt jlream'l ? 1i resolutions] relative to the former law, the dwelling house and lot the. "Preamble 'Resolutions of I c. lousbill relative" to the'establisbment of the Indians from the State was passed- url sbn
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: Jl? : ;'& feaUfroia the Southern District Court-of on.which_ the same stand*,, occupied, by'tan the' Southern...Conventionadoptedrat. I a'fee bill for medical service; _. yeas. 34-; nayf,Meesra.Bennett,. cttandLon of glan.e.m min+Jhe n.A.JJ; if
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, 1' W owner, yillag or late session House bill-to repeal an.i4,supplementalto (, e ote heT.
Ike U. S. ia Admiralty cases, reported,,then A communication from the, Register of In.th chy-.t inNasUirinv with an act to'grant pre-emption rights to' *.ttlers The bill'la.amend the organizing "the. e'nly virtne,':abide,in. put, Though"
, ;.1 : : vith C.rt&iR' alterations : D. S. Walker in tbe Utter of Cbas. J. McDonald, at the Court was again'taken ,, .
; intended 'make Pullic-Lnds answer to a tbeHn.. oir tbe State lan< .passed presentsessionapproved Supreme up not given! to homilies, the; ofa
of.: th amend'the'motion newspaper ,,era.
Senate inquiring to.the President body -all of which > January, 1849. Mr.Long proposed to .
: ** Bpl'tians'general instead of confirm-
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'._ location of the lands ceded by Congress for Governor was requested torcorantanicatet"i tb ': to provide for the final removal of of MT7 Finlayson"relative thereto, by'adding New Year demands the, tribute of a.
". ., iajTheir application; ; to the Southern Distritt -., the Capital of tbe State, states that sid land .A.bl beyond) the limits of. the State. "thatthe Judiciary Committee be further .- thought-a tribute exacted from both. the1

'. 'fA: ; which report rae received and con- are chiefly located in the county of Alach- the G 1"o' was taken up.: t.-" I strutted"to report a bill either.to establish or mirthful and the grave; ant no period

; : Ii.) --. txirrtd ID. ua, subje'ct .approa of the Department Si t.. cit .The House, afterbein. 'in.Committee''ofthi organize a Supreme Curt. or a .Fifth, Judicial is'more fitting in which to turn reflection '
": ; J.' A 'P" received'from the House tee. on Fe'deral Relation Whole, rose, reposed progress,-and asked District, t>r !other.teasur' as: r t
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\ Dtc. 37-Mr. Avery introduced a bill to Mr. Magbee gave notice that he on leave to sit again:_ ,&.;t. u e their opinion the 'proper goo us cnn'o Jok'upon'
, ":. kacoincing that it had unanimoasly adopted provide for the establishment of. two Seminaries woud 'The resolution asking an appropriation of .justice. may require:' the past twelvemonth, without seeing
t,' : ; :Ike preamble and resolutions of the Senate of Learning. some future day introduce a bill for payment land by Congress to aid in ,building a Plank On motion, said amendment' was' !lost- our faults, foibles, and'frailties, as-in a mirror -

T;, ftkteadinf_ welcome to Mr. Edmund Lafafetl Mr. Smith introduced a bi to amend ,the of remaining debt.of the State of Road from.Jacksonville to((Alligator, ,was 5eas 8, nays 30.Mr.Brvant .- -.. held by,the hand of Time, The
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.- .i 17th clause of the 5lh of tbe Constitution. for' supplies, the the third time and unanimously passed, moved to fill the blank for K.n
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grandsea Lafayette, on akat Florid .flrniae ilrid! r certified to the Senate. > place where the Court for: the Eastern too, may b likened to a panoram which

k ; TallahatMe. A message" was fro* the Hoai troops operti1 against the Sesiaole* Indian .. The bill! to amend' Constitation'of 'this District to'beholden! with "Jacksonville." young and old, tile staid the yoJtii

'. ', DN ...-Mr. Avery introiieid a bill te givisg notice: rtei.t l y bed 0 t"i Sl : J State so as to prevent farther aendiuent by Which 'wa adopted-yras', 23, nays. 8, the man.of leisure and the man of bu.int. .

. ., ..t..j. >> 'pYI a ev iiedtt ef infesting the School among! others the bill relating t( the pal bou- Mr. Bryant introduced rljobitioa. ,i in.res: Legislature, &laid On the J blank 7.MrKilcrease.- the domestic circle! been"all j ine lathe
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.' -.' find, prescribing the'tine at ,hieh the firM iiue,between Georgia and Florida ; a pct: to the time when the.term.,-of .ofice.oj i._'-Dtf. 14.-A message ;was receivedfrom als moved substitute for- creation of a incidents which
dar f- 13th the the bill which .
altering(, the 'mode of redeeming land Governor this State expires.AmessagVwM .- I the; Senate dated the : notifying original ;f was '
_! ; distribution of, the ,interest of the School purchased by the State for taxes' ; a bill present I House1 that that body bad passed the; to Senate bill toalter and.amend.the act to we forget that,we are swiftly pressing onward
'. .4 '%1.ft land shall-be made ; and also for increasing amend an act providing fur the purchase \ received 'frni'th. Gofer-i amend the:11th clause.of the 0th article of incorporate- the Atlantic ic. and:Gulf Rlr to,one solemn and common destiny.We .- -

J. ;'r '.r4 aid fund from the State Treasury. Said the State of lands sold for taxes ; and bad nor, forwarding a' communication fr6nT7tne : the Constitution' of the tate and' ilso'to i Company,was nnammoustyolopted.' begin a'noh'r-' circle'of.that" i intricate .y
bill was referred to the committee on Schools rejected the bill from the amending of the Land.Qee: I amend an act amendatory 12th clauseof Dec. 20.- .' bills- ;; '
S111\ Colnmiulone _. Gnera ..,. : path. May"our works have cast before ;
.1': the actsrelating to the appointment and duties '' -' $ -- the 5th article of the Constitution of the to repeal l an act explanatory ofthe several ''i
;,,:,: aad Colleges. of Auctioneer with instructions to the SoiVeyor Generalappertaining State, and'adopted By the 3d and 4th General acts relation! to the migration free negroes the bnJs'of topeond tbe'ifoVsom. oTpl-

1 r '*' Mr. Forward introduced a bill to alter and House: resolution appointing a, committe t the ceded Swamp Land Amblies so as-to: give the ,election. of 'of color into this Slate; to define more sure, that'they may'bloom around us as we*-

.;/;:;?,K-; amend the act entitled "An act to incorporate to take into consideration the subject of Slavery I The ale-cfcommitt"to,whom. 'was, ..>*//er.-. ,jI the- -people. particularly' the duties.of weighers of cotton. go,. and if thorns should beset oar way,' i in*
consideration oltne -
; :;: the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Com was adopte'-'ea nays 5. I red to, act :for the : The House resume the- Mr; Milton introduced resolutions providing stead of let them' remind its
>' V41. ** House the Pilot law I ai b entitt a .I bill for'the. final ,removal of that in the election of Judges, the discouraging, _
,.: I,' : pany. amendatory 2.. benefit of th scrip-holders of the late Territory the and afterdeliberation in Com House of Representatives will a near as that the Martyr's crown was woven of them,.
was passed IS 'niana
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.:i; : Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill to ,amend House.bill yeas to amend nays an' act concerning of Florida1 reported favorably and recommended mitee Whole,rose, reporte and ask practicable elect Judges from the respective and our steps may be"more wisely directed, '
'i": k; "An act of Medicine the of the bill. The he discharged from consideration I irrespective of consider
partisan
? : concerning practitioners Highways, speciallyfur the county of Du. passage concurredin. parties our virtues strengthened, and oar purpose .
:..'.f;. to this State." val!was unanimously passed. Committee say:' "In'reg .to one.class .of ., thereof j which report wad tions inviting the the concurrence of the chastened for the journey'that b.before as.MR. '

'a:.: % Mr. Bai4\ymal60 introduced a bill amendatory Engrossed bill in relation to naturalized claims, viz.those which are iu the formof moved. substitute for the upon subjec.moved amend .
4- citizens in this State tir..Bnnet as a Which Mr. Magbee to by -- .
S ." '" of the several acts in relation to exe- 13,voting 2. was passed warrants i issued by the Auditor of' the le original; bill authorizing the Governor resolving that members ot each Circuit shall YtJLEE'S CHAMPIOJT8.' "

A" j ntlon.k' *. yeas Engrossed nays bill amendatory of the acts in Territorial government, the State cannot to raise, a regiment of mounted ,volunteer, have power to choose, irrespective of party, JheAncitnt City estbe & ,tMH&D '

.::: !{r; Baddington; presented the memorial relation to the assessment and collection (.I hesitate without a palpable violation of. public consisting of eight companies, and to tender the Judges of their respective and incidentally the Republican, rtber. -
their services to the President of the U. S. the ofthis General Assembly
of Lewis of Duval relative of the revenve, was unanimously pasted, faith." members agreeto because have been unable
Fleming, county, for the removal of the Indians according to support the person thus elected to task we fully
bill tbe
amend
.; ; ,: to Territorial scrip ; which was referred to for Engrossed the election of to Jcdjges of Probate act;providing by the Which report was concurred' in.. the treaty of Payne's landing; and that if On motion, the.resolutions and proposd to endorse. i the claims set up for Mr.. Vnfee,

t.. the committee on Claims and Accounts. people, was unanimously passed. Mr.Baker announced that J. C. McGeheewas the Government shall decline the offer and amendment were laid on the ., being the greatest champion of u-tber

':: : ,; "." Dec 3rd.-Mr. Avery introduced a bill to present, and moved that he b invited to fail to comply with the treaty, then, tbe lec committee, to whom was referred a rights.and the most pre-eminently qualified
forthwith with' the
be
Governor required of
'; '. .- amend the 20th section of the article .r. HOUSE OF REPRESEXT A TIVES. take a neat within the Bar of the House ; aforesaid regiment to cause the removal or the Florida the Volunteers to provide called for the into payment service in for the post of U. S. Senator; lobe found ir.'r

-.. -J F the Constitution, so as to allow the General. Dec. 3d, 1850.-Mr. Bryant introduced a wh'ch: motion prevailed.Dec. sid Indians. Also that 1849, reported it back with a amendment, the State: Its comments upon tiie'disclairn.:

i'. .: ::l Assembly lo require the Justices of the Su- bill to regulate the Pilotage of the Bar of the 9.-Pursuant t notice, Mr. Bryant the Governor be authorized to borrow, upon and its passage. er (If the Sentinel, of 'particular unfrnli 4.nes" ..

; ':': .; preme'Court, Chancellor, or the Judges of River St. John's. was referred to the introduced a bill to be entitled An act to incorporate the credit of the State, one hundre thousand The Judiciary'Committee, to .whom was to Mr. Ynlee will, doubtless elicit ...
,. I the Jacksonville and Alligator dollars to accomplish the referred back a lormer' report declaring it in- ,:
-A1 '>"1 the Circuit Court, to perform certain dutieswith select committee, to whom .was referred Plank Road Company. Upon the adoption of which subtitute expedient to appropriate Seminary anJ more commisseration front r'cctemporary

t--.f: )0" regard to the subject of education. a petition from Duval county, 1)01 tbe Mr. Long offered joint resolutions. .requiring l the yeas were-Messrs. Bennett Ltt'2! Improvement fund to. the .'School fund, reported for the pangs'evidenced in Mr.!Ynlee's' de- -

: 51 :: .;ll Mr. Avery also! introduced a bill, prescribing subject of the Pilot laws of St. John's Bar. the Medical Board of Florida to establish .nay8,33. the same back to the House' recom- fence, than, anguish.at the force,,.of the at

".-i: :- the duty of the Register of Public Lands, The Committee on Elections, to whom all hil for Medical lr.ice.and report' the So tbe substitute was rejected.then ordered for a I I mending it be laid make on the table, to allow for tack. The language of the ..nc'f City i is .
The original was the minority to a counter report. .
.I. Sheriffs and Solicitors in relation the same practicable to not,. to the. next bi another of that of
to .
recovery arrogance
was referred the petition ef L. D. Rogers, of General Assembly. second reading the following Mondy.Snate The Judiciary Committee, to whom was I iece inlaJbit- -
.. of estates escheating or reverting to Hillsborough county, contesting th seat of The committee to whom was referred thequestion bill to amend tbe 8 referred the bill to amend the Constitution s exhibited s often by Mr.Ynlee's;.edito-- .

the School fund, on account of a defect of J. T. Magbee, reported adversely to said of the expediency of appropriatingthe as ,Judicial officers to perform duties as to alOv'Judicial officers to perform duties ral: endorser, which has.failed to be improved .

.. beirs or next of kin, and for other purposes. petition, and ia favor of J, T. Mafbe* Seminary fund and the Internal Improvement pertaining to Education:, was rejected- pertaining to Education, recommendedthat : by the repeated and signal rebukes: year .
h.L- the
20. the bill be not ,
'
1 passed
'. introduced bill in fund to the Common School.fund, yeas -nays relrdin'g :
addition
Mr. after the
Buddington a I given by jndgmenLThe
: popular
ing saidseat. that inasmuch the funds re Dec. 16.-The vote of Saturday, rejetingthe proposed 'amendment to the C nstituton amex )year
to the acts now in force in relation to Dtc. 4Mr. Hawes gne'notic'e that he porte by Congress a on referr bi allowing Judicia officers to perform Iledient. Ancient City declares that "East of the .
.
: crimes and misdemeanors. will at some future day ask leave to introduce for the lestwe purposes designated, it would pertaining Enution', was recon- The same Committee reported,recommending Suwannee, at least, the Editor may travel : -

i4 A select committee appointed to consider a bill to provide for catting through the be a breach of good faith thus to change the sidere placed among orders of.the that to mechanics the bill amending, overseers the and act others securing, be I I far before be finds an expression of aughtbut

,. S petition from certain citizens of Columbia Haulover between Hillsborough.! and Indian- application in InBhigbest of degree the said inexpedient.funds, and. therefore- day.Mr.. Long offered S rcmution that- this lens passed. respect and admiration for :}h'.' Yulee's
'
: against the employment of Chaplains I the 24th De recommending and the first individual
Committee not
'- county rivers. The select committee.appointed on a General Assembly adjourn on The same reporte., course, that to, :
by the Central Assembly made an adverse previous cember. that the bill to amend the Constitution ourlelier of prominence can be found'who
Mr. Shine introduced a bill to in day to tender the honors of the body s any ,
orp Gen. R. K. Call, ex-Governor of Florida, as to give the election of,Judges to the
report thereon-declaring that "they rate a Bank in the city of Tallahassee., to Elmund Lafayette' reported.that they h wu,on motion of Mr. Miltoii, people be paw-"as demanded bypublic either has or will express a, public .dissatisfaction .->
: '% eec great propriety in all deliberative assemblies performed that uty. beioglresnt : of act or vote of Mr. Yu- .
Mr. Dilworth offered resolution fixing a seat within the bar of the opinion, and in all 'respect* conformsle to any
.. i w invoking the aid of the Most High Tuesday the 10th December os a day for the an A bi to rep! an act act to supplementr to House. the. principles of our institutions.1" lee's. ;

. .t ; 4 ia the performance of public duty. election of U. S. Senator to succeed Hon. D. rights at to settlers on ,State grnt.lands,pre-emption passed at ,The bill providing for the final removal' of A message.was received from the Snate AH we have to say If, that if )\fr.Yulee ..

. : fe Dec 4th.-Mr. Austin introduced a bill, L. Yulee. the present session, approved January Itth, the, Indians from the State was read the reporting, among others, that that is willing to take the horn of the dilemma'so
second time. ,, passed the bill in relation to the Boundaryline
; : :.:i: to'be entitled.An act.to amend the Constitution Mr. Bryant moved to amend to the "1st 1849 The, was bill passed-yeas the 30 8th, nays 4. Mr..Finlayson moved to amend the 7th between. the States of ,Georgia and naively chosen by Maj. Beard, whord our

.. j::. of the State of Florida. Monday in January;in which amendmentwas 6th article of tn the repeal Scion of State the section, by striking out "one million," and Florida.. St. Augustine neighbor continues to defendwe ,-

l. i-, Dec 5/A. -Mr.. Avery moved that the lost. :I was amended by Cntitutiol.of"a 'section, inserting "not less than two millions""in The bill for the benefit of the scripholdersof should like just now to have; another, f -

.; Register of Public Lands be requested to The 'Committee on Elections, to whom repealing g also the 10th Mctol of the J61b lieu Mr.thereof Bennet; which offered motion prevailed. an to the the late Committee Territory,'on of Florida Financeand, wa referred Public chance to see the assumption k in regard- -

.. respond certain inquiries in relation to the was referred the petition of Isaac P. Hardee, e d ent providing a'in case the General Accounts. the people! of the East exploded or estab->

public lands; which motion was adopted. contesting the seat of Augustus Steele, the Dee. to.-Mr. Andern-movet: : that the' Government' accepts the proposition Engrossed bill to amend an net organizing 'ished. We can opine the result. .How

.-- .- ; Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill for consolidating sitting member from Levy, reported, by a Judiciary and report to amend the laws exempting prepare:. contained in the 7th section of the bi, ,for the Supreme Court of Florida, was read. the long since the Ancient City has been instructed
$ a bl the final removal of the Indians by third time and 15.
the counties of Dade and Monroe for i consisting of Messrs. Finlayson certain property from execution, as Stteauthorities passeJ'e.21'IJ"S to take so zealously in hand the peculiar
majority, s the Governor is authorized to Dec. resolution! relative to the
f&g* Judicial in to provide, that one slave shall be exempt 21-lte interests of Mr. Yulee 1 Have its preferences .
.l purposes. Bennett, Anderson, and Bnrnham, favor and attachment which* Indians outlawed, by Proclamation slection Judges regardless of partisan
:- ?The committee to whom was referred the of Steele.. A minority, consisting of Messrs from execution ; motion ,and to offer a reward of six hundred considerations, was put upon its passage, even a* an Ea.tern'pre never been

i : bill to allow the General Assembly to require Allen and Maxwell, made a minority report, prevailed.. S. Jones offered a resolution dollars for each and every warrior delivered and the vote wa'ea 18, nays 18So .bestowed in another quarter 1 :*. -
of the Sheriff the resolutionvaslost..
Indicia! officers certain offices for of into thl custody a county, If Mr. Yulee! is :
; to perform a alternate sections so preeminentlyendowedabove
: from the conclusions of the ma- asking grant
L dissenting CongeRs and four hundred dollars for each and every A message was received from the Senate,
ertaining to Schools, reported recommend- jority, declaring their belief that the return of either side of the Jackson woman and child delivered. announcing the of all other men, some one .humbler attributes -

.. ill its passage. The Constitution limits of Wekyva precinct was fraudulent and ville construction.and Alligator Plank Road, to aid in its Pending the consideration e of which the of the several acts passage relating bs-nmtnJatr. and less pretensTon might- be ,more .

neb officers exclusively to "judicial" functions yoid, and submitting to the House whether Mr. Wardlaw offered a resolution,instructing House adjourned until the following day. ap appointment and duties ol Auctioneers; en- acceptable and have more sympathy with
offered resolution of
and in view; of the separate eetablish3N said precinct should be ruled out, thereby our Delegation in Congress neither to that Dec.both 17.-Houses Mr. of Lott the General a Assembly larging; and altering powers the mode County and Commissioners manner of- the people. His monopoly'of all the

i .. went of a Supreme Court, the committee giving the seat to Mr. Hardee, or whether discuns nor vote, but remain silent, shouldan raise,a Joint, Committee! of Fifteen,.to redemption of lands purchased by the State p"litcal"irtue ought translate him to a

think it may be desirable that the members the gentlemen should be remanded back to Slave effort bill be' which made resolution to repeal the referred Fugitive,I hal the question of slavery generally for taxes. more perftct sphere than his present consttuency. _
: was to ,
.. thereof appointed members of the Board their constituents, for them, to decide the the Committee on Federal relations.The "shall, be referred. The resolution for the. appointment of a .-'

of Education, and to require the Judges of question for themselves. Committee'on the Indiciar whom, The Committee on Iutemallmpvment joint committee to take into consideration While the Ancient City is pointing to a
the of considered in
c:._& the Circuit Courts to exercire a supervisory Dec. 5.-Mr. Bryant introduced a'.bill to was referred that portion to pre-emption whom was law of this State, made a report, Committee subject of the slavery Whole., w lesson of warning In the election of Masonof

.i-;' power over the Schools established in their repeal an act entitled .An act.to compel l the of Message the relating of to the the proper Constitution construction as'to expressing,their belief that the preemptionlaw Mr.; Bryant moved to lay the resolution i Va. and approval of Davis of Mississippi,

S repecti circuits. Judges of the Circuit Court to. hold the,terms the provision the first term of the Governor of the State, discriminating a it. does on the table-which motion was lost-yeas does! it close Its eyes to the fact that Mason '

:' A communication; was received from the of the Court at tbe time and places prescribed of the State expired, reported.that inasmuch unjustly against the class of persons for 16, nays 18. was elected by the assurance of bid friend
efit it is intended to should resolution
The then
: ,i: ttoufctfixing; ; the .10th December as a day by law. I as the first Gener Assembly. had"aI-!* wto8be-such discrimination oprate nays 11-and certified\ & to iase-yea Selate. 23 of his acquiescence in the Compromise biU.and .

.fIJ; for the election of U. S. Senator to succeedHoi. Mr. Phi iiuner 'introduced a VII: to amendthe the readyjnterpreted expression of an'opinioq' by rferdto-; ami they. recommend the passage of the A message was received from the Governor that his authorship of the Fugitive.

: ,t.. ', !.r'.';o D.L. Ynlee." act concerning Roads and Highways, would be a work of rrerogation, ;and bill.A accompanied with a statement: and exhibit Slave bill considered' m 'itself a moral

-. I.\.1. .The- bill to aboliea the 10th clause ef .the kc..approved 1847, especially for (be eonnty : they therefore d emed it inexpedient; to tk message was received from the Governor from the Cashier and President of-the reason. 'hat.he* should not* -e defeated j. !._.',
.1t a Union Bank of Florida with 232 Territorial
: # fth article of the Conotitatioa of the State ; of I II any action upon the proposed subject; commulictint highly.interesing; Does it fail to'm rk, the arge- minority r
: Danl letter Cl thesubject Bond,which were caused to be deposited
I bill to establish a Circuit i Court Gv.
(rendering Ministers of the Gospel ineligible of the Committee Engrossed which l letter In of Mr. Foot ''ia- .
The Reports on Elections in third time -and ternal Improvements ( referred with the State Treasurer; 254 of those bonds opposed to' the censure
jead
was a
Levy )
-. 10 civil office in this State) was rejected by relative to .t the contested election from passed. county, to in.an published in another have been redeemed, are now-in the handsof the. 'Mss.sippi'Legisiature} and his i own:; ..

the following vote: Levy, was taken up, and that of the majority Dec. 11.Pursuant to ,notice, Mr. JamesS. Column.) the Treasurer, and should be .cancel d. I' confident appeal to .the mOre, just.. aadas
; Mr.- President; Messrs. Avery, Jones introduced a bill to provide for the A message was received from the Senate, The Governor suggests that a commite be
; tG- concurred in. U perhaps will be, indignant tribunal of,
; Brown of Hilkhoro1 of Flonda called giving notice of the passage of bills-to charged with that duty, and to ascertain .
Brown of Colombia payment the
J4.- BuddingtoV Crawford, Finley, Johnson, Dec.6.-1Ir. Wardlow announced that out in the year 1849. tolunteer amend the act securing. liens to mechanic what number of bonds issued t the Union the"people?!. Does the Ancient: City :"read5no -

'* Maxwell/NeMellen, Smltb-Il. Gen. C. H.: Dupont was present, and moved Mr. Jones also introduced a bill entitled overseers and other passed in ; Bank and Trust Company by Territorial! varningof popular opinion11"in the'election

Ii Nayt-Messrs.:Austin, Baldwin, Forward, that be b invited to take a seat within th An act in relation Judges of Probate.Mr. amend an act protection of fisheries Government have heretofore been redeemed, 'for t'he"Georgia Convention Does :it',
the coast of Florida. and returned to executive of the
Perry,'Stewart, Taylor-7. Bar of House; which motion prevailed. Steele introduced a bill t amend the on TeFto, : I
: Mosely laws elections. *"* The House resumed consideration of ry and State, and make report s find warning in the sanction by tbeYpeo.
A L "House resolution. relative to the election of I Mr. Anderson moved that the Committee Mr.governing Shine introduced a bill to.. amendthe the amendment proposed by Mr. Bennett to that the General Assembly..may,'have fall information pie 'Texas '(C' the "spoliation bill1 'deinounced :

1 : ,. U. S. Senatorva' laidon the table. I Q Internal Improvements be i instructed to Constitution of. this State a to"prevent':farther provide for the removal of the Indians ; on the subject. by ,Mir. .Yulee! 'Does s'it find' 'no '

El Dec.. 10.-Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill prepare a bill to provide for a general system amendments that instrument 4'by"the. which, amendment then was ordered rejected. warning'in the,'popular i sentiment% '.of AJbaraa * bill
The was to be
to amend an act to exempt homesteads from of Internal Improvements for the Stateof Legislature. *' : a third reading the next day. engrossedfor Is(ir AN APT QUOTATION!-One of, the and the stirring voice Hamilton and.Poins'ett
execution, attachment, and distress passedin Florida; which motion prevailed. The House reconsidered ther:vote,referring Georgia i Disunion papers indulges in lugubrious !
: The resolution relative to an If hfinda nQ' ringthuE,
1 to the Committee Federal :relations the adjournme"lton .
? 'p Oi' strains in view,of the o '
Mr. James S. Jones erwbelrltrium'h'of
: notice that he the 24th 'December
"' gave ," was
eoo'vdemned
resolution instrtting"our Delegation in Congress 'indefnitely the Union men in Where the people IzaveLIUSL. signally .
Mr. Baldwin also introduced bill to would on some future introduce \ postponed., the..Jte ole '
a day a bill in regard to the proP. cannot
peal.IbC of its ol
rs as we ..epe *
Convnti a errors .course *
amend, an act for. the 'protection of Fisheries. to incorporate the Alligator and JacksonvillePlank Fugitive Slave laV, and 8lf\ tlon,was A bill to amend an amendatory oi sort of consolation,quotes t! e well .known its will to these t6Ie ....:
ordered Lobe placed th'ohlerioftheday. ; the eeverai acts, now in force, in relation to Ctthat eyes be_open .
on the coast,of Florhfa.A Company, among words of Milton- *
: Road. tV, ; -TJ/ asment' and collection of the revenues remote but no less emphati evidencen'ot the|
communication was ,received from the Mr. Bryant introduced. a bill to the : I:" was unanimouslypassed.Dec. "Wha'boug1 the field be lortl ._, '*
<- epea 'Mr. Baker introdttced'resolntions, instructing '* "sober second/thought.the:yejffift
.. i .. Register of;Stale Lands. 8th section of the 6th article of the Constitution the Committee on Corporations'to 1 in". 18.-Mr.;'Bryant introduced'' billtoamend )AUl'.Do unconquerable' wiH, .&e. wAs

t ,q The'Committee' on the Judiciary, to whom of this State. quire into' the present condition,;of-'the'"Unto1''Bank laws. now'in an'.force.act amendatory in \his. Slate.A'message .'of, ,the'y Plot; imagined. ,considering by the great that Bard this is to the have language" been something o(chief, !interest)(most of

: was referred. ,the$0' .bill relating, to crimes and Mr.Milton introduced a bi to repeal an'a Mr.of Scott Florida.B offered as a'substitute;;,for the:<# was. received i from the Senate, use by Satan after hie disappointment ,in our readers,:we, giTer.tbu i ::day. .t'ummarr.

... l, ;:; ". misdemeanors reported in favor of its pas- supplemental l to ,aq .act to grant pre resolntion of Mr. giving notice: of the passage :of bills-to frst daring enterprise fa engaged, in, it of the: practical doing*ol LegUlarare 't

: i _',. page,and an additional section providing that emption right I to settlers on State lands Delegation, in the Warlavinsrcting": ot provide ftew' modes of :arestlngthe schoolfund seem wbo.are.an odd"resolteIy quotation determined to.be used ,by gleaned. from,the. Talabassee-parr! n. t'J11 _.

?f ,' ; air slave who shall entice'or abet another passed at the late session, approved January repeal the Fugitive Slave law, *' resolutionexpressing and prescribing time at which the overthrowing persons the Union. we have been,hitherta.prevented frd &&ff. "
first distribution the interest of the school may"be"bow
*c : y ; /a running away, shall be punished not exceeding 12tb, 1849. .' that,it the is the opinion!sworn of duty the of General our Delegation Assembly -. fund'shall be 'made to regulate tbe Pilotage ever,that they think they. "I from "various" reasons'- -. s .,

a- one hundred stripes.' I Mr. Long moved. that,the t Committee_on Congress: to maintain the Constitution of the Bar of the ; St.; Jobn's. a business somewhat 'analagous to.that 1vqie from'the, WakuUattl1l: ; :th'
4 Wbkh'wss)receivedjand'concurred- in. the Judiciary be instructed, to;"inquire into and the.Laws, by speech;'rote "and a t'.n' I The bill amend .the':ac-ornii g heSupreniiCoUrlof and once that undertaken his supposed by the 4anguage character: named. ,' Mathew arrived ,at 'Pensacol 1&; on.
'J5ec'JI-;; Hoa8e 'resolutions: tbe of the Constitution official capacity which'to them the .of. wastakenuporconsideration. may veryproperly
expediency amending every '
appertains.
4. : -. -. establishing 8 ''' be adopted by them Saturday, the IQth.nlt-in.the U..S.steamer'
,
._ :
,
Fee Bill for Medical service was read'tbrei'timtlani' as :t appropriate the funds'arising .
4. [ Chronicle ,
? :
; Wilmington with marked attention
Mr.:Wardlaw then tbe'or'g1nal' Mr. Finlayson that the. bill .be re Faihiontah uJ was'received
k peiwd.Engrossed from the sale.of the seminary and ,internal. resolution, and offered withdrw for tbe ferred 'back,, to: move'ladllarlrCmmitte' :The comment of the Chronicle bears a'little by te citizens;aott'UTe,'offieers'.ati; '

| ., bill to,alter and amend, the act improvement lands to common sc.ol purposes substitute a preamble and resolution declaring 'with instructions to providing bard upon the;side or the' question we" have tached :to ]he.Nav YardM Com. JC j
? fo* iv; :: :'- inrporatiigtheMlaitti i.ndGulf Railroad and report, by .bill!' otherwise; that whereas the action'of the North in that there shall be appointed one, mutually favored,and to'distinguished,champion ;, 1 o thai nu,.
I. L # :yifct" :.?' "Company, w"'read three times and passed which motion regard to the Fugitive Slave law is such a Justice,who together with two of the Circuit ,' .Mr. Webster\who 'mae.UI'of the: sent hiS son-vrUhan. inviUtiona i
L.: '. '2'-reu> 16, naya 1. prevailed.11 leaves the South no time::for argument,'and Judge tai!constitute the Supreme Court i same.quotatiori !in his! :"* Father to Tisitlhe' .Narjf'Yardjf ad AjDderi
Jufl? .j.i' 3fc*/U' *Notic.eWM received :'from the 1The, Committee: ,(consisting"of Messrs.Hawes ; renders immediate action necessary,resolved,. nc tht Committee be..a.o.'nstrct: ton jmmediatelv! 'r his eloqqent j ''a.eJQ 'the;\,e o f t ftvey ef Gen rl r1 '-

:.. .' Hoo ee.Jn.* mlOQ.Dicatior" dated the 24th, ; 'Bradley, Scott"-Bryant,:,BurnbamfMilton that'oar Delegation foe instructed'enter a t pr'pae a..bill for,\the of. tbe'atejAfaor- -. -t : of compromIser"; ,him... !totLe.. .'. T y: J. "I,' 1. .i ., '
I. je;:% ; of Jhe-pawa/w/ by that body- >f--the bill, to ,:'Magbee-; and 1 lopltn5r') 'to'. whom protest'against tbe repeal. oJLthe',Fngitive separate Supreme Cur' .whel the ,Constitution A_ a4**** &nOt'ttN :, The 1f.--t.De .i at.ay&thte; '
( f- 4- repeal the explanatory of tbe several acts 'was rrer : much :GpyerooVsMessage Slave law, but neitb uo' dia. ..vote,, is eoi. .allow.thesalaryof stands In '. n with" the senti" was taccepteA; fIbt'pak
on.of.lr. of rre.'e" { should in effort be ; bill the Judges tobe4100.> notwithstanding :the arduoua duties ; .
the"mi Land
'
;i : rtiatinc to persons maet : perannum; Menttake no backwards :
removal :
,
step
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to provide tor.the' ''paymeot'of the Florida Seminole Indians;:made brief and decisive ble.! ?:: -,??* ,,] * Tofonteen stalled\oat;:in' 1849 ;, a'b: H4tO ''repor accompanied by:a,bill t ploii for T A Message waueci from the.Gye ,;of ,wU7t.orlbUsJofeoraeOCA the' qlk* 9t4inuhed! < e t jt9PU1lt O und unusnd !'discirfes' he "

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VAGAZIKES The_U4la*. o tngm R1.d T :j 1' f .
It almost EnperflaoniTiqfcall the attention cTo tUof or. )' Antztraaeeaaojiiof."-"- -.., .'tb, Legslsxur.itrecommended. ( : '.JYlNG'>DSdOURIU' "" i't. -" 4 .. --5 S ''-;,":" "::
u T d11O. .1 e.A6 ;
aUeJeinn. "'"r.uHie. .tootle Wimble. Du. a:'Perceiving several statemenUi'V .,: Disturbance'between the Indians" and th"- ,I. 1.11 L''S it1 '. -,BaJ.'. _., .-:... ,"' -;; :'.

Reviews t republisbed-" from ij "the* y Bntlsh-\t&pnnU. going the rounds of.the'papers, tq'the' tire miners in,the.E1dorado;district bad broken ', 'i:ft YORK STREET "' zsr.J.Ia.s t.d""i..ut1ldea.sMtsiifaf nf/sjsjiMi wo* ,. ; '.

The beginning that the Indiana had fired out, and Lieut Col. McKinney waft.,mortal ; : FF"1'11E 'cotm.'rn u I the'&ad byLeon.rd&0tt&0s upon some "
persons lyittranded.;.. 1Roge.repo ted, at'TSae. "S.V1NNAU': CEO. GALTLDEN. late grauat of 4' S
ev year affords..*atpportunUf for iubecribers at ihe Havloter at the head' of Indian' River; ramento that Indians were. collected in parties : : :i t -" -" ',' ; From *knoii1j ,oUh.GQIdq"t CoPm. '"; !; P/'-'

to obtain tuber of the five aivettisiJ ,- and had stolen the mail carrier's boat,'I have ,'.beaded,.by white,:imen," over all ,the ALIiTiiDAiLoivAT; dviDe a Teseber aM.. derI..a of _fl'02.:aped.-e41.. ."I !:. #"

ot;iLe whole exceedingly J loirpric beeri induced(to'ihqnire i ;into. the,facts D country between ';the !' South ':Fork 'or 'his thanks to'his Heads weD u from fiapa ,.e&,, "'SW." r S _
the American and the I Forks.of/the Macosutnmes' hi bat neeired sine be of >B ..'f ".
;
'ofiered.; To persons who can spare find they are as follows: He also {/rep't. an action : ia this thy in 1832 aDd would & Academy whrftaMntfylatiiS .O '

leiS hoare to reading, the possession-of i Mr. George J: Zehnlanr1 the,U.S,Dep ty which took place on the Id nit in which be i aDd the pablie generally that & of parents and nwtiaa 4t .i-'
to London sad Scotland,he has be desirous of placing thaw Sfe
the British Reviews is a mine of intelligence Marshal J" ,arrived, here';on' Friday evening says : I : improremenU connected with 'a Idtuatfoo offeriwr Indaceaieatrof'lL> ._,

and Bterest. They are a modem library last from*.Indian' ,River hiving been down "They had ten men engaged against- it- ; I AND FRENCH ; Cltu'e, -' location Inferior.and bIh morel and ln'-'m', *. _

themselves] giving as they do the cream,of there !taking census. of fLucie.county; .least one hundred and fifty, and all armed-'I'' 'tetIt wiD:euabl hIss 'to gire ry.. Students, may lono-ther b*. prepared ill Che .ttri thitfjw." ,. S

the choice current publications of the day.rpralumt : and reveals the reported Indian aSalr,at the dians that is there with rifles were and fifteenJkiUed shot' guns.on::, the 'field patronage..to an who. may. pleas*.to' ,., ,. 'to enter an1"Cof- p.--;* ia -the Uaited"The -. .. 5I <

and GcJey't American, Maga- Haadmtr. It appears that' Col. Marshal, a and from the numerous;! trail marked will .r: 'silk and woolen Dresses I i atk1ltl4Ha w ,.:1q ,;' -

'1In s' f1i.t literature also, in their opeiajC > planter who lives near New ,-Smyrna, had blood there must have een-a-peat many j sad.4I1ecl..arieu,Table Coven colors cleaned so as or to,. ,I of.tM,.Itadell'. Q.lit the Te. :

i jiumbcr.s give Rood earnest of their purchased some waggons from a wreck at very severely wounded. Oa our part we : : rtqaired.;Gentleiaea'sfariDtaj 1 vicinity ot Acamla4ii.j be _. '. -S
village er Ms4iso
had two killed, Hugh Dixon, (Delaware pod style M formerly *> as. ,'q .. .::. '
Wanty and attraction for the coming year. Indian River, and sent come of his negroes Indian) Calvin Evarts and one dangerously by,any don at the Nerta, .r I, & OQ or mast.ar rta.iunbk 1BIea'lI'OOCIoudJa. '
Tbe- '
.the January numbers are rich caskets filled down there to bring them up; and that they, wounded, the well .known guide, of Co. and.pressed. Ladiee a bonnets styta.dyed will be d1 rl.I mto'w.seIIIou flit ; -
smpsrior
with sparkling gems. The engravings of : in company with a,free .negro by the, name Fremont, Capt. Francisco de Allison." : lea"D."'Kid' GUres tUaaed' .'each.M'DdAI.la Brat 'fewdon lad commenced, a4wiir i.5-" t- ,

these Magazines reflect great credit on their of Vincent, arrived with s ne of the wag London Cattuea.' the second Meadal" J., .n. seed S
? .
well American art, gons at the Haulover. Tbe of Col. ,Tile Glrte.A *USl. ube ippointed. :'oq the second MODdaI1DJII11:' .. ', '
tondoctorn as as upon negroes establishment. and -will attend Friday hefon-.tJie aceObd Monday i.. Irn tt -'

and the names of their contributors is a Marshal' requested the free negro to cook Congrestional, Agricultural and Literary Il ant delivery cenatry.of work'Terau ia ; ,a thus sossioa allowing. sr short vacation at th.Io. :1

sufficient guaranty of their literary worth. their breakfast whilst they carried the wag. Nears paper. ;.- '. .'- .tuition for StudenuwiUbepjto-a sessi advalMtTaad, V< t. _

James the British Novelist h* announced gons across the Haulover. OA their (the : .at Ue sod, f,tho sossSsT .r.c' I
The undersigned submits to the public (? ,BV THOS. & S .
.
himself so far an exclusive contributor toProton. negroes) arrival on the East side of the i his proposals for the GLOB .and its report :! .99Yi'NOlt. OFPLO1tIDA. UTCS or nm :*: .:! .

Haulover, they observed a.cfetr, and seZled for the next session of Cont { Reading' ., and- .'PeamaaaUp.. "jf >
.
; it has bees made _, 'e. $3 (jd> S
0 at it ; whereupon, the free negro, who,had Congress has now so liberally Pft gniz.d taafc OZIAS THIGPEN :was ; I. Englb.bGrmm ,' __ -.*r '
VBRIIOBTT.It been left on the other side of the Haulover i the undertaking that it'will be.established I ia I Oi&.eutr.r Karin'le this ,Composition and Kloeotioa U .V
I as a standard work worthy of lu oficia i iast., u tae barge of having Geometry Plata and Spherical '**" S
has
i it known that this State
by m re*
to cook breakfast hearing the dZ, and presuming imprimatur, unless the ails ia I ; J rabbet :U. :Feet Offlee .g-o ry,Measaratioa Ar&eea *
test act of her Legislature in effect nullified undersigned aa*since escaped. from jail aad u Solids Surveying, NarigaUoa, ? "
it was Indians jumped into the mail hil'dutT. This will not be tie case if ear- trem jtttlce: ,,Differential and Intern *"'- '?i* -
-
the Fugitive Slave Law, by instructing State carrier's boat and made sail for the post on nest effort can avail. The GIOBK w the : therefore I. THOMAS BROWY. ,Natural and Moral PaOoVAy, A '"
lodges to 50 beyond tbe limit prescribed to only paper that will furnish full reports oj .the State ef Florida."do" hereby Chemistry Botany, Miner >:, .t S "fi
Indian River, called Fort Capron. On his all the civil officers of tLis Geology.. Rhetoric, Logic 1e.f I-
the
proceedings aid debates .f the.
;
the Iwo
Federal in writs
Judges by act issuing
all good eitisens to aid Criticism Natural 5
and Theology
arrival there Lowd the upon
Major commandingofficer Houses
of habeas corpus, &c.-the result of which of Congress; and having Retired } oo of the said Thigpen, of Christianity, aDd PottUeai '.> *,-y.j
dispatched a detachment of soldiers their sanction as such, the best Reporterswill to' the sheriff of the said 1, ,., ,ig g, A .
is to paralyze the efforts of owners in obtaining under the command of Lieut. Cook, to the be engaged to write out the debates d 'or to the sheriff of any county Languages* .' m I'' F*'* -'.
-
their slaves under the law. The follow each day, wbich'wm undergo the revision R.'W.PARRAtORip &.ii" "-t* I
Haulover. to ascertain the facts and &id Thigpen is about 21 '
ing letter exhibits the manner in which the ; upon of the Members. The work, after passing or 10 inches hlh-hae black years hair TV. A SR1NSON. -"-. ;
the arrival of the command, the whole story through the DAILT GLOBS and receiving rather shoulder I BUNTING,' i iSL >
"
puage of the act was obtained. ; \ "Square .
B.-THOMAS.
was revealed, as above stated. correction, will be presented, as finished ia voice and speaks slowly. D.1LMAYS. .
BKATTLXBORO, (VT.) Dee. 15, 1850. the COGAES8IONA&GWJC and Anas I whereof,!hare hereunto 14 1850. *': :. .
>m. .
These continued Indian alarms retard band and caused to be affixed the Trustee ... *
To the Editor ofthe Journal of Commerce.Sia The debhtea will probably increase in interest seal of the State '
much the settlement and prosperity of our i of Florida. at the Seminary:1::
: In behalf of many of our citizens, 1 during the next session. The one itol in Tallahassee, this 2fcth day Female :
take the liberty through your journal,of cxpla.ining State ; and the sooner the Indians are remand subject which engrossed the last, will doubt tober A.D. .. coriR.'HOUSE.. FL R1Dk.S

the legislative plot by which, on the the better, for it is evident there can less give way to others of great variety, THOMAS BROWN S '

lut day of the session, a most odious and be no peace or security so long as they remain which, in this progressive country, the conflicts Governor-Attests & .,-A. X'. PB CIP .. "It'-

unheard-of law was foisted upon the peopleof i in Florida. There of party and the.ambition for place and W. Dowjcrsa, Secretary of LVSTrrCTIOJf.'under the care ef Mr.
are evidently
this State, regarding the surrender of fugitive distinction necessarily produce. Vast interests '!, *? j
slaver. It came upon the people likeS Indians lurking about Indian River, as I have will be at stake upon the decisions of Importamt Arrival of the -

thunder clap and many of our Senators from good authority tbatfiru are frequentlyseen be next Congress ; and there is great talentin \Vlater ..-The knowledge January -J

and Representatives were entirely ignorant on the Western side of that River, between both branches,'whicb will be evoked in and offers Cor.ale at very '
their discussion. All the honors of the Re. new and,well selected stock of (. '
of its existence until they saw it in the news i. satisfactory .
the Haulover and the Southern end
prints; and all declare that it never could public dependent on the succession to the I oods, comprising every article in Trustees .
han had it of Merritt's Island; where it is known no Presidency, as well as all the and i with aa assortment of fancy of ,_
passed been brought before a great permanent from' the most.fashionable houses- parents and
full house. The facts are these: On Tuesday white persons reside.Re6pectIuUy interests which go to the advancementof Arrangements to hare goods their j S "

before the adjournment all the most important your ob'dt. serv"t the power of the country, will give ira- which will' enable him to keep bis reined

bills were passed, leaving a few minor THOS. T. RUSSELLSt. pulse to the action of the next session 0 fCongre for the' patronage he has village is'

bills to pass the Senate on Wednesday Dec. *. his old friends that they can delightful
23.1850.
morning, and then to adjourn tine die. On ArccsnsE The Daily Globe will be published daily want at'tb. Brick store at prices ,

Tuesday evening a large number of the luring the session of Congress, and weekly to nit. 'He.Would say to intellectual
OCALA, Dec. 25th, 1850.C.
urctasin that he U .
the remainder of the It will contain r ahral.read.r
members (includieg of the year.
some most influential Drew I have the to show his goods; feeling well
,
Esqf just completed
nil and faithful of the r
and eonvrvatlvc took their reports proceedings
) departure cannot be beat.' The stock -
of Marion and counties. I j
in the cars. On Wednesday morning, in the census Levy of both Houses of Congress; and miscellaneous to pass .
Senate, Mr. Currier, from Windsor county, send yon a statement of the returns, that articles on those general subjects to and Hlack'-sifts; plain and 1ltaace '
a Free-soil Whig, introduced a string of pat. you may inform the readers of your paper: I which. it is devoted. I ; English* French, and with the 4Ii At
-- .Lfnd" Ball
riotic resolutions, together with this law, There is in Marion county- 1,875 whites, TheuJ.J Globe will contain Agricultural Craps:shawls dreis'' win;be .

which was passed immediately and sent 1,209 blacks. and miscellaneous articles; and will occasionally shawls; worked Collars; worsted the .
down to the House, "which like-all Housesat There is in Ocala 184 whites, 59 blacks.' give debates of su h importanceas iga..d Cassuaeres; Cloths;,V *

the closing hour of the session, with mem- There is in Levy county 320 whites, 145 command universal interest. blue Berate for Veils white & in'./ ) ,

bets in a great hurry to take the cars for blacks. i' The price of the Wtddy Globe is reducedto Scotch*; white Diaper silk; Kentaeky and colored Jeans; of J/rs- .

their home, is more like a bear garden thana Total in Marion county, 3,327. Total one dollar, with a-view to obtain a more every price.Ladies,and Gent's & or

deliberative body. So the bill was passed in Levy county, 465. general circulation.The ".et; Gimp and Buttons for
and the House adjourned.This Deaths in Marion 15. In Levy, 3. Congnukmal Globe will embody, as > ; Kid Gloves Bonnet t -

istLe first instance in Vermont legislation The above contains all the information I it has done for the last seventeen years, I .traeu; Plain; German and fancy Cologne Work;Boxes Knives; same. time

where a bill of this importance was feel at liberty to give. Not one of the Congressional proceedings and debates exclusively. I &.,Jce.; with many other be as ; _

parsed without mature discussion, and goesto above deaths can be attributed to any local line, too numerous to mention. year OF"J -
show.that it was a trap set by a few dis- cause. They embrace all the deaths for The Appendix will embrace the revised -and"see." WM. P. of five

organizer, and sprung at the last hour of. the twelve months ending tbe first June speeches separately, and the messages of : on -

the session. The people have been caught, last. Yours respectfully, the President of the United States and the j end'to before

but you may depend upon that it will remain HIRAM T. MANN. reports of the Heads of the Executive De- J CHEMICALS end .( ."

but one year a blot upon our statutes.- In regard to the mortality given in the partments.The EITKIciABM, DRUGGISTS, c'5 Pupils ..
More than three-fourths of the people of Congressionvl Globe and Appendix COTOTRT mSRCHASTS. charged ;-
'Vermont when above return, Mr. Mann is doubtless correctin will be published fast the grea ; .t:"i-i
fully informed of the facts, i as as proceedings N. KEELER It BRO. most beginning w
will repudiate this law, and all must detest : ascribing the deaths to other than local of Congress will make a number. Subscribers I'.4:solicit attention te-their fresh 4 .

the juggling trick by which it was consum i causes. In addition to the reputed general may expect one number of each a week French German and American or : -

mated. But now comes'the question, how I healthfulness of Marion and adjacent coun- during the first four weeks of a session and ,, Chemicals Perfumery,Paints Patent, OiU Medicines Dye COT."aSE" -
came Gov. Willia-ns to sign it, the able two or three numbers of each a week afterwards ,
jurist New Store, No. 294
all who have a
ties
they are reported by of
our former cbief justice 1 Why, Upon until the end of the session. supply of Fresh Drugs and } ,'study. ;
investigation, it turns out that it was his visited them as offering the most inducementsto Complete indexes to the Congressional respectfully solicit country dealers .of the

whole embodiment-his one idea. I was planters: of any districts in East Florida, or Globe and Appendix will be sent to subscri. stock before purchasing ; \ '
*oao and aU who feel : '
may
S
informed by a Senator that Williamswas hers soon after Congress adjourns.
Judge even the State. The tobacco crop of Marion as their patronage to sell them -
consulted about all the details of the Nothing of a political aspect will appearin Medicines oa as liberal terms ;
bill, and you will oWve that it is well and has of late y. ars been exceedingly large, the Globe save that which will be foundin .in the city and to faithfully ,- 4'

cautiously J drawn. It was not the work ofa and with the improvement ot the Oclawaha, the Congressional reports. A paper assuming I entrusted to as, promptly and .,Modem .
,
Paning
moment, but a mature and deliberate plan. toward which we see Gen. Hopkins has to be an impartial vehicle for all I.i the proprietors being a regular' \VaUs :

This accounts for the large vote Governor moved in the Legislature, or the acquire. sides cannot maintain its character if the ample guarantee of the ; Spelling .
Williams received. You will remember that editorial columns reflect a party hue. all articles sold at their p t
Vermont hail not elected Governor ment of any other facilities of outlet to the .invite Druggists and '! '
a the
by TERMS :
,who may wish to become in the Poe "1 11.
people for some years and when Judge county, its developments would compare For one copy of the Daily Globe (daily &. Celebrated Family

\tlliams was nominated by the Whips I with many older regions in tbe more populous I during the session of Congress and popular remedies_ ) to forward ttl ..
was informed that! lie ,
soil Whigs generally,would which carry proved the true free-, agricultural portions of the country. and year,weekly' during the recess,) a W 00 ,the patronage of Dealers, we -.Moral. ( -'t.! I:

although'it, was. industriously denied by the From California. For the Daily Globe for less than a J.N.KEELER&BRO.. General .
press du! 4; ;.e cat-va!!. You can No. Market if. .
tie fit now we The steamer Cherokee, arrived at New year, at the rate of 84 cts.a month. Druggists 294 .PRICES 4
TO.vhxh: the Whig press is paced! York from Chares nn the 21st, bringing For one copy of the Weekly Globe : 27-1 y ant'per ses.. of 5 months.,.fW. 00":? ,.
throughout: ; -.ate. They dare not attack I freight of $1,680,107 in gold. for 1 00 S. -. UOfOtT f., ..
t, one
this year S. Is, t.
-
Jaw. it 11 S
as was made hy'a W ;; Lez-sla- The dates from San Francisco. the ,
g are to For one copy of the Congressional i GOODS HEW GOODS S -.20
0It
.. tore. T:r.u.h t a W.F'. .1, .., I
they i the
Vet none 15th November. Tle cholera has been Globe during the session, 1 50 respectfully- informs dirs U SI .25 0It
dare tt'nht c j.fft vtr.S, jojru.-'ar raging with great seventy at San Francisco, ofthe that he has new on hand ,. 2500 _
For Appendix during
one .
r.oiha.g (It.U V iu...: f-.jW; at jre.wntgaiiu4 Sacramento and other of California. copy of Ready Bade Clothing, i '&- .** ** 'M. 5"- .".
parts the session, 1 80 and of the best material. The .
'his ." 0s 10
i = "X' f'. ].", DIY;'t
.r.t' i : < .
; -tori The 4eaihs the former
at place averaged ten For four copies of either or of cannot be surpassed. The stock Otf- '.
iyrntme, ....: a... s '-..- ,: .; part and Embroidery each, 10 J' :
a.r. v, fihreo occurred of Black Cloth Frock Coats do or. .
daily. They principally both during the session, 5 00 ; and Italian, each 10 DOT ._ '
OH'Lu D( ...;? B-t i -J, .. -.. Caashnere sad .
""thetia-pLraiJGii & sa '..-., fth; !>,pit pang of the city. At Sacra- For ten copies of either, or part of Coats; Figured Cassiraere efftclfbi $ OIt.rtiln Is Ik*:' t' .
of and fancy figured
Uit f Ij..e-*i tlecr>sikerrative I mti.iu. the ,!'oea,1" abating. The deaths both during the. session, 10 00 ; black satin and cloth Vests; that an bo charged for taittoa in ... .
WhIgs arid Democrats the ror Norewbet and Seientifle.Branehos, iae
true tne week ending 2d at that in want of. the above articles & ladiag
friends of the Union: -knoas no bonnJs place were 126. A great many deaths from The pnces for these,papers are so low, the prices win be'as low as at Languages. ,>f .
and will break forth before another election cholera had occurred on vessel between that advance payments are indispensable' to & in the city, as I am determined will bo supplied with Chemise ,*_ .
in a'aianner not to be misunderstood. As u Sacramento and San Francisco. The Paci- carry them on, and no order will be attended undersell me' in an article of the Aparatus and a well assorto4 ;r. or -
-
WJU. P. ,and' 'Library.
Jie must suffer for one the odium fic Newt to unless the money accompanies ,
which we richly deserve for year says. Subscriptions may be remitted by mail, at Brick Store, Bay 'Musis tanght to an the v.r 4 .
our carelessA. "The cholera, the that has visited ... -"- .\t:5. ;ot-- .
scourge of
A. C. onr risk, (n money at par in the section ValmaMa Real ? : .
Sal of of tuition ejaosUet l IM '-ft
.almost.every nation of the earth. has the where subscribers reside. terms are m' r
country : :
of a decretal order of the the whole at the middle elba ten- j
made stnues .n some localities and ?
rapid RIVES.
JOHN C.
WIUT of the United State tor the obtain eitheV .
r1LL COSGBESS DOt from abroad can board .
laid[ in tbe dust noble ."
a spirit endearedto '
many
City of Florida, made on the 14th
Washington ly of the Principal.otiaprin&faad* ,. .
This
question is iu the month of home and friends the ,
everyone by strongest ties.- Oct. 15,1850.-Dec 20. ,the undersigned,Master in .' "
; and that it should be a%ked is evidence In[ our own city, since its first.appearance, will offer for sale at public WPARRAMORE Preadear 2
House ia the Town of :
,
three weeks since, tbe number of Court VT. A. BRlN80.1Ii v-.1
some
,
of the
anxious which 'S
feeling fills the the
public The British Periodicals county of Dural on Tuesday ,
been about ,' .
deaths have one hundred and the real BtNTlNGt. S ': a- .
&, at this time about next, following ThOMAI5' :.
tie result of z..B. .
any thirty-five while at Sacramento the bill of AXD TUEFA.RJIER'S .,deceased to wit i D.lL )1AYS." ,.:' : .
movement in Congress the has been much .:. .4
topirtnrb peace mortality greater, reaching GUIDE. 'S 'DRAYTON.ISLAND, *: ..: Trustee : .
measures of the last sessicj). We are glad several hundred,'and perhaps one thousand.We on Lake George,'containing -- .'
LEONARD SCOTT & Co.
have it Court thf Sate of Florid -
for
(siys the Baltimore Patriot) to be able to are. glad to to say that the : (1700) acres more or less- & '- .
scourge is abating, and that the deaths in No. 54 Gold Strut New Tori, ; ,the quality of its soil, and for /. tMSoaaAnia Circuit.--> ,S

give almost a positive assurance that Congress either city do not average over eight or ten Continue to publish the four: leading ,and citron groves' ,P.r,5Monm.C.mty. -j- 4 p

will do nothing with these measures, perday. II British Quarterly Reviews and Black- ";1 FORRESTERS. POINT. OTANCERYFORDIVORCE..
hut will insict'upon their remaining as they "This immense hill of mortality has prostrated woods, Magazine; in addition to which on the St. John River,about I 'F. Griffin, Complalaaat. .. "t ;. .t ,1.f_.

are. Our private advices from or in a great measure injuredthe they have recently' commenced the publication Palatka, containing' about fix TS. ", '- S
Washington more or less. Patience S. Gttftte.\ 3
) acres
business of tbe cities and valuable work called .
large of .
consequently a Agricultural .5'
,
/tare os nojhing to fear on this subject; and has affected locality. Trade the 1 BUENA 'VISTA. : to the satisfaettoaof Ute Court /? ;, .. .
i every generally taiub .*that laid Ba has be* **.** ** S
those
even who.wouU have disturbed them, : has been dull. "FARMER'S'GIDDE' SCIENTIFICAND ( near Forrester's Point,COI that the eaid Palieaee"GriIb tswtosf s 11 Jot...

jut satisfied that no eflbrt'wiU; be successfulto "At Sacraments,City the epidemic had PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE," : (1000)upon it acre.more,and or.lets with !*:te Ordered,7b ieietthbQr'- a bwIng -" S
been dreadfully fatal as the list of : be had Ibeneil S
that end. deathswe
There may not eyes be an at. bean witness but Br HJUTRT ST iixms'F.R.:s:of Edinburgh, 'JOSE PLANTATION That this Order bepubilibed Ia ,
tempt made to disturb them give ; the latest accounts author of the "Bd Farm &c ,&c eswsDSP' 1B this Stale I.u. lendi ,
so decisive istheopiaiouiaCongressuweUajoutfjt the disease of tilt ? ia Duval county, .on the: oftiti uid IIUttiI' SS
rp.resentthat was sub rita1J.i.day
rapidly S
assisted by Joint P. NORTOX, M.ANew miles from Jacksonville & -, -
siding. ,. (300) acres more or less, of Coan.. .:i :
Professor of e Agriculture B. .\ '
Haven Seientif 'JOs. .
gainst any each eflarL But there are men "The deaths San Jose for the twenty ,.J. h1l1ldrec1'and" seventy-five ,,acres utheflsCireuii8tate0tI10M.. -'i, .. '
: :
in Yale College &t., tic: ', '
four hours On the place b a : :.
in Congress who think tbeylive'znd 'per ending Saturday noon.were ten; This valuable workwill.comprisetwo $ HA -V* *< : .
and the total number since be highly necessary out-bnOdinM,&e..fte. for CompJaiDaDL.7 .
haps do live, politically,, by agitation) and of the'cholera,.is'estimated at brtiking nearly two out large royal octavo yolumes containing ; ? 'places offer great ._ "to h. ,. -* ". S
and -5
,being healthy, pleasantly .
20 -
1400 with 18 or; splendidsteel
;
over ,
with Web anoppoTUmhy./orejdlement( isis hundred-including Santa Clara and Alvtso, pages 600 on Ute River St. Job'.; with i Daperreo.JP'fte .. .,
than t
\ that number. The, engravings and more engral'ings of the tropical fruits -. I
fully disease
hereofferedjtma bis tooinuchto however many ': .
Lopelhat .
of the art ,
SKY-LIGHT' DAGUERi
is the on wood, in the highest style in.a growing state,, Y'S ; ". .
they will willingly forbear .to usa It.- abating- northerly winds and heavy illustrating almost every implement :of !husbandry .TE1UlSi"\ ....LLION has opined: ..*.. .' >5 l$
frosts doubt
op exerting beneficial -influence ,the In Jacksonville until tht 10th of .
There is no re son to fear hat if such' anUtempt in checking the.spread of cholera.1 now in use by the best farmers' n easa-4,alaao ia erne, 'two aad g u oprtnuib to liu.- .'&W S
best methods ploughing planting haying interest to ba. secured by bond or best-Pleteses net. '
( be made, it will be successful. On MIKIKO. some th4I .' 't' i'
-The PaciJUftfein says, that; harvesting &cJ ice. tht various domestic animals .and mortJt'K on the .:.Locketa.Pine and lae Casee' J I
tbentr&ry, it is certain of defeat;.and the during the approaching winter .z-lat. in theirliigbestperfectionc in short.. L1r-.GEOJWE.FMRlL\"iX3. ... wifl be closed froIaIW"_ ,

I Defeat will be so decisive;, that j it'U ,boped get Dumber of( miners', wilt remain in. the the Pictorul feature of;the book is unique, .ftMaster aat 1OY'tt8"JSm.2"1* a j 1st January..' '''' 'S -. .

tboae who ihbk of'being nbH ift .ft mountains/than' ever before/ aDd conse. and will render it of incalculable value, to : ;, .,.. .'".., : "- I ,U. l' 'S_'a$i'-: k.' 4. .pil'
may & : -.. ; % !
quently,more gold will 1 be : .
taken out tba the'student agriculture, J Court(- ,. : .. '
will I..an.l& '
be
determined ) .the : .N..oUu. a" ,
. frpmatlctupting h ty during any previous :winter eason. Heretofore Tbe-JworiTw. being-published':1n Semimonthly UtCUl't .Qr tLOlUD.t -.-.""'. ..,, t'J ."Z'.. 0 1
fear '
of chaoe to wLkh)HwiHl! expose them the miners"' bays' :generally sought the Number* of.64 page each, excloaive } '..aqDvwCovxnKt* tot a ertaIa IlltiTSll'SAS .: : "

. populoustiliea 'and towns. for comfortable of the engravings,und JlIOLI'at. &'Moau. &a13ipi.( ( ; ?: ,, ,.
,
'SS2S ,
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a. On the quarters but thehare now their" supplies 25 Cents'each,or tf for.,the entire work";inaombert.orwhieh'there : 't ..;" ?... ,. .. J'-Sf-W '. .e" .
. opening'of book* to.ascertain with them, and have the advantage of being \:wiU, be:'at:least .r 'Ssiis.i1 Tome".-. 'll .tI. thc1rCslasduaflitS.( daa5.I7 fnlatt:t4 t" -.: .: ..

; &IDotIDt of subscripticm*.obtiinable foribe on the gmundearIy ia ihe spring besides in twenty-two?,' "._;.' (.( f- ;i s. ttl-f:1; '4UC1flflLr. r JrNe or juad. ,A-t"pe14vi; L..' .S SSiM

Plut'a&tJ ;D' h ':8th Jt. mobt instances, paying their expenses .dur. The.British'PeridilJcali,.,.ab i are m.aaaed.Defcndaat!aad [ .. .t.1ril&Jwit.. : i' .: .
& S ..
leilJl.1M ; i 1 ing the winter.1,'tJ1 *accoont, and! the receipts as followaSTii.-Tbe .LoodolQaarterly.- : iat rested are hereby Vg ..: g r ".,- : ".
.is much I4 jo.\he distention filed ia <
the Edinburgh
brofcgbt. by> Cherokee ', Refiew:(Conservatm.VTbe $ O.: CokmI'1L.. i%MIS S
itL em that dTWLZtiI the ,LDORU.\N At&'yfor P. "-
: amoont store Unenngthan tie "Reaction1 cestnJton' view {Whig.).niNofthf..J; Britisr Eeview : v*. -
.;nee t'ii nmd:f.t; iIbi'; ; '. Nn. 9s\ 1850. aer12i .t "
idd.c.t.1a1 f ed a11thorii bf Col: )fiJ1l.J' '' .rr.re..ch rcf1; 12 '. $ !! ReT .
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.. / -- )h (, CRE'A: P. C.A-SH STORE : >N'v'Dil \ra DS'l8TORg ti ..Agricuit4x'atJIaIehOue.4AVING \ .. f15\f. .. t-.
, r. -- 'O ", *. : .$bJ.- ; ;s'i t ii
, ; ..<: 13 FCBUSHED ,42ToRN4Dz4Iv; t\ ., ._ .j.. pbaaedie e ri"st FigTI.

; 4 Eastern ;J.;;H.: McRoryJr.fTTUkcs ; .>' /; .J: : lGe; 'Sf,;:'.nAR TONI '( .cultural implement front MHarlJ DeaaTo1 THE SfRANSERt'CAW'. .

:: this method ""his'friends and H AS Just received.from the.NorthJ'and ,-now ft Webster,the undersigned would announce U '. A. ::-1 ;, -. ., 'flt.t
: at8. to' inform pflers for Sale In the publla that they bave'greatly Increased said .
v the building:formerly joc- .!* .
: ; JLvtbe public generally that he has commenced copied as the Post Office, "new and band assortment stock*embracing besides*'great variety other .\.. ;4 -. ..
: & business in J Jacksonville East Florida, and solicit of and articles generally, of- the following character and
4 Fancy
Goods
part of Staple Dry which p .
" *patronage-having recently visited New York; I he offers at very low prices for Cashand: :respect description:' 'Agricultural and horticultural im- .'JI
& Philadelphia, Baltimore. and Savannah 'of the most recent ud t" !
fully invites the eitiicns Jacksonrillo: and the plemenWof: every variety "
{ .. which for places the complete arflngemente-have been i vicinity to call and examine his Goods:previous to improved description; fire hundred plows of every 'l C'iJI1'f' -
made successful of all kinds
, ., '&. prosecution 'purchasing elsewhereAla*. description/'malerialt-for"tanners earners;and :
.. ,j .
!. business in which, out, Souther Planters* are W and 4-4 Venetian StaliCarpeting from. 13 to'cente.v brag and Iron founders,embracing every article :iJ. '. 11S
: ,
will .
Interested. Goods of every description be 2.:5 H rV in their line all .
used ,including tools ,
$$ necessary, r
.*>: : procured at'-.bort notice" and'supplied. at'T'rySX4LL c '4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. fronT45 to tie: at manufacturers'prices.: 1'- IP':1P. I

r' pHoyrrs. 62 1-2 ,M.'HELI.AEOus..RoJler $1. :f
cents. 'and,common gins ,
" .1 t : PRODUCE oC'eTeij kind will received on ::4-4 Super Rag do. 37 1.2 cents. jack screws store and cotton .trucks. wheel barrows ,tf
will
LAW sale or shipment which liberal advances iv'
b upon 'Men's I.
heavy Kip Boots and Brogans ,road scrapers, hydraulic rams;forte pumps,
-It fMth. 'Arranements Tim- '
; for
made ,
intention bet of quality. :' :BhiJ'Jlitlj.t. .. :.Women'a,Girls and Boys;Bootees;" patent ,chains facilitate, the drawing water) i'1.
: : to- the every STATIONERY of Men's Black Silk Hats from 82 to 3.' Georgia and French bruT millstones;calcine cart I .
BOOKS PAPER enli "
:
i .. r. Mens and Boys glaiod,Caps., ings; Plasterers' and raw for farmers; plantation ;
will be hand vhort
variety kept on or supplied on '
tha'Easem Silk and Gingham Umbrellas' Mllseorn and smut mills; screws, mill irefls Y re \.rti
notiee. .,. ;
} \ U kim Through with Book Publithtrs- I Carpet BagL' .- -., bolting cloths;"picks reeds, shuttles and general S.IT $ A
arrangements 'H'
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Ladies elegant New Style White rand'colored finding for cotton and woollen manufactories. '
flatter that country dealers be
: tti SCHOOL myself BOOKS on better terms can than suppliedwith they Sun Bonnets Ladies colored'.Straw Bonnets and MILD MACHINERY, TOOLS Ice.-Having the :. TT Mr.*call tk.'k..r tie p\De...

can have their orders filled in New-York.' Winter Hoodj.. Also Agency for variouo1 atd extensive manufactories, IBI Car tt tk* Whle* U Dnsxht ta skis a.-.
: Canton Cropo and Cashmcra 'ScarCi, Shawls, we shall be prepared at all times to furnfc-b every for ibm Sirasgini. 11 wiTh seas itas.
'.'l It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may favor "nulp" SIC .
.we with their patronage both as. regards price Ribbons, Inserting and Edgin, together with an species, of machinery on the shortest notice. ...t*UM malls r b a tattnt iigb$.alliini'tUM tlissMteOMf
. LAW; : ani quality.. assortment of Hosiery Gloves Gingham:; CWnt- The highest market prices paid it all times for an"U'.lgJort Ut. gead .U .1...,Ti ..."_

".:j. AGENCIES. ses, Mousline .Da .Laines, Coshmorev Shilling, wool sheepskins, and bides.: CAll produce of Lbs pttli* :u.,..u..; n... ....aM ow JIt-

' Sheeting Oanaburgs, and Tweed Casaimeres; also, State received, and sold for the usual commission. ,54 f pr.fsmul as s... .... the s..se.
: The agencies of several irlporlant'I'ATErrrM&l'lCJnt a variety of Smallwares White and Colored Shirts '8.,-&' H. HOYT & CO. "I '.
entrust .. SeatS...thai It a nsr .m..bfls or tW...
.:.ckl Circuit have. been obtained, among-which. is Bli-ck! and Colored Silk Cravats &,'&c. No.171 Bay street, Savannah Ga.RErzxEscELMessrs. ,! M<.mritkBtUMS*.eneraJt,.that II wubidly.

I Jacksonville- NOT., ,23th." I860. tf Padelford Fay It- Co.; .t&k1agsasI1f1., :.a

$f '1 : with lit a N In; Eastern; Circuit Court,of Florida. Dnvtl. Swift Denslow fc Webber oet.2-t-u. B.l we art katplBf. J' ,'a..r Ur trtm'

.r t : a *,TH!CARD. ..JW
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; will euor? County. Atlanta (Ga.) Female,Semi nary. _
-'oi!: NVEft *;'-vi.n.p"; : Cncz t. .' ta*CJ ,*f ktw Twl.Mlr .
':. claims George Burt, pltff-i 1 exercises of, this new schoo commenced
I THE < U i"y that to tipiUf a Car stat v* ka4 aoU'la ..
1'1.' : the Jlrd Monday in July last, under the
tb. United
.4'rl' : : ElisFa Hal.uad Elizabeth f charm of A&;Reliant>principal in the literary .F. TttrattBft SariaBarflla,w*did ass Utn4 to piM*

: : Hall,'his wife, defdt.s. J and his accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental .piala la ret.rns.t. ..7. 014 fir.1.
; Petition for the foreclosure l of mortgage on West department with assistants of high quali *yrBraUoa kaw as TwMM4s lana
; ba's.a.wC dial r. b.sb Mad..
tuil1a-.7
Half of lot nnmber fire in number.ten fications.. The'.Institution will be divided into
'AREMEDY Sqnare BBOTHZRS fc CO 104 tad ltd loW
AIN situated in the town of Jacksonville, county four classes, fourth, third, ,inuior, and senior.- A '. lX, W.Z.U8HltW"CLAWC'k H..
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will be attached to the -
nd preparatory department '
r State aforesaid.Itappearina > '
> : 110 k 3W *
CO
WORMS. school and conducted under the of the Iwaawtr
T LAW supervision
to the Court the affidavit of 'J.' M.NORTO .
by The ._ ,A.IIorHoueJ
principal. school has been furnished with" >
Columbia -III'i MeRobert Bokerl:t eso;Attonur for the Plaintiffin fine and well selected
apparatus globed astronomical .
County unquestionably the b&it WORM MeoiciKKin use; the abore entitled cose, thai th q*sell Elisha geographical phonograph, .sound, charts- BA VILA D,KEESE &CO.,80 Maid Lena *<.'-
it io a positive rciaedy,and can always be depended Hall, is not to be'found within the jurisdiction ,of '
be i. .
will &c. W Water Street ,
con maps on a large scale to be seen and read DAVID T. LANMAN, ,
safe in its this Court but is to reside in the State
p tunnerl!. on and perfectly operation. ofTexas. supposed' .. .. distinctly from any part of the room.' A good library HAYDOCX, 3JtCLAT,51$1usd'$t.et.02000D .' ..h
"
. p ALSO, of choice books also belongs. to the school JENNINGS, 188 Pearl Street, "l
Term of It is therefore Ordered, That the said Elisha
DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMKUY '
for the of the '
Counties An article of merit and which who Hall, do appear and answer the said petition with '- use pupils. MINOR fcCO.SUFultorfStmt, .
no one
of great The scholastic will be divided into two
L Horee be' in the time prescribed by law, judgment will be year sessions J. J.V..90 fc IS Maiden taae," > .:: **
: owns should without. of twenty weeks each there win be at least .
of ;
,, County given all nst him in default thereof. 'a1J'lT. HOUOHTOX 81 John Street, .. 4*vGREZMLEAF
4 Supreme Dr. Christie' Galvanic Heir, Bracelets. It.is further'ordered. that the above notice be : one public examination each session, and a quarterly k JCL SL&Y.45 Cort1aD .k <."

Court at At. necklace and Magnetic Fluid. published in somo,newspaper, published in the report will be sent to each parent1 or guardian k CO:M8 tearl" .fe.tOLCOrr
TOWNSEND
$ j I giving a full and fair statement of the standing WALTER B.
: : for the Removal and Permanent Curt of all town of Jacksonville, in said county, once every I
( to his care two weeks for four months., deportment and expenses of the pupil. M'KESSON k CO, 127 Maiden,ISSM 4*
Jftrvws Liseatfs
...* i i I. And of those Complaints which, pre caused by THOS; DOUGLAS, Judge, &c., &c. RATES OF Tcmo.x.-Preparatory class, per JOSEPH E. TBIffE U8 Maiden'- Lane' ,.'.

4. Jacksonville impaired, weakened or unhealthy condition of Nov. 20, 1830. session, $8; fourth and third classes, 15; junior POU k PALANCA,99 John st 1e
;i an J. Mcll. BAKER Esq Pltffs.Atty.I i and senior classes 20; music piano forte.2U; guitar MONTAGUE WARD k CO,a HaUes taMi '.

.b: the NERVOUS SYSTEM. IsadoreV. Garnie, Clerk of said Court, do ,-15;ornamental branches 10; vocal music, 2; THOMAS k MAXWELL,M Wmia*SC _trACUON.

S"ii t This ben ntiful and convenient application of the hereby certify that-the above is a true copy of library and incidental expenses per.quarter, *. ROBINS CO,.W Wttsr St. 'lii

mysterious powers of GALVANISM and MAGNETISM the order Publication in she above entitled case, No pupil received for a leas time than one session GRAHAM k CO,10 Old Sfip,' .'.

: ,has been Tronounced by distingnibbed on file in my office. sickness.,and no deduction made unless for protracted IURSH fc NORTHROP 09 Pear St. .-a
both in the United States Witness hand and the seal of said Court
physicians Europeand 4
my '*
7 rearSlC. *
to be the most valuable medicinal discovery of flit [L. a.] this Nov.21st. 1850. From their'experienee and former Success, they HEKWOOD.k COFFIN M' >
Inform feel confident rendering full satisfaction. Their 1KOERSOU. BROTHER 2M Pearl St. ,4. >,
Age. V. V.GAKNIE Clerk C.C.'D.C..
,:: it,vicinity Now 28,1850lm.Columbia facilities for imparting instruction are rarely i. A FAHNE3TOCK &*&John JV -,,; do f
DR. W 1 CO X 8Ccmponiid
.occupied 1 equalled. The advantages of the location need I....\.. wilt till w. UT sa<. !.f a Cttl pc111154 )-

he in. Extract efSanapnrllla, not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalledand ty all t1l. ..Ip&'retill "reI t1s.".-.t'
Tax Collector's Sale.
3. in which Original of Townsend's. County health undoubted. Board can be had in.the them &III Imntst ad lust kw_ Ia lk. Baito .

.: 3 the public IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY BY VIRTUE of author ty'inme by law vest best families on reasonable terms. For any information Nearly wimtTbrfeiMiglv.&lIeU kitlS"y.ato*' .Ia aWcaC.

: on band a IT.:ND auily proved by \n, that ed, I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse wanted, address the principal Atlanta .,lusts are.. ."..'iaJoat. &lie _astar Oil Dr.Ji,
Cloths, door in the town of Alligator, on the Ga. oct24-3a sib Tewasssda SUIIPariDa'll i& SausUfl15.. .t *

..; Jtc., which TOWNSEND rt Monday In Jane, A. D. 1851, 437 acres of fi triU U tktlr'.U.*U.U ft. P/s rii ta.' ; .
did obtain from DR. WILCOX the for
.iz.. reasonable. the receipt land owned by Smith k ,Webster or so much Duval County Tax Collector's Sale. 1M- } tr-
HENRY. manufacturing original thereof will the State and
as tax'dne
county
WILCOX COMPOUND, for 1850 pay nil BY VIRTUE of authority in me Tested by CARD TO THE =PUBLIC.. .
.., U and that he did. after the character and reputatiOIl I thereon said levy,and and sale.necessary expenses 3. law. I will expose for sale. in front of the Courthouse I .- .-. ., .- :.-. -
.. .. : Cll41bti bcd the most I < door in the town of Jacksonville, oa the Wt, tk. t"aderl 'ea..PII .Iciaaa sa4 ne&btl of Xcv,
being the of
" was as Boundaries described sale.
":. on day first Monday of May,A.D.1IIbe following tract York Dr..1tI ... .a1Ua_'.. f.sI.nH .upsa Ie .
: j 11 .SALOON, EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINEin A.J. f.f.WRIGHT of land, or.so much thereof as will pay the rum I .or pwtoaU...If tk.red _iitts .1 tk.tw.TrrmtwSaruarillM. */
the world, for the following diseases, such Sheriff and ex of.-Tax Assessor .. t. fMtlw'IMriU
!. of eighty-two dollars and ninety-one cent, Of'k cl l rnbrn y
j as Scrofula, Consum1iou. King' 1'"il. Salt and Collector Columbia co. 1993 M,] the same being the amount of the Slat l Sra>p.f HI*V**... ..& U*..a>4 I**)**
,....:.I.1! on BAT I Rhenin i'.rysijelas, Scald Head, Tightness Alligator Nov:: 15th, 1850-21tds tax assessed against the estate .f Duncan.L. :: to Mttl*. thai BiaUcr httwa ibrau TM. Bat w* w..

. : : from the cor I of the Chest. Dy'pepsia, Pall- Clinch, deceased,levied on said land for the year : we sight to give tbi r-why vs prsfsr 0.us sad.sfl 004Dy.

.; BOWLING I tatiou of the Heart and all Columbia County Tax Collector's Sale. 1830 and also to pay the sum of sixteen dollars \I jacob T......* Sanaparfll to Mr. 8, r.i .Tsmd'

i Establish Nervous Affections, General Debility, Fluor Al- VIRTUE in by law verted and fifty-ciglitcents, [$16 58.] the amount of the i f a>4 lean tk.public to JBjg. whtk.. are M Ittiftn'
BY authority me
I t :; I .. open bun or Whites, Rheumatism, Srphili', Liver- I will for sale in front of the Courthouse county tax on said land for the same year together ..I..lu.I. 'n.1"....j '
hours. Complaint Cancerous Humors, Mecurial Diseases expose the with all necessary expenses attending said t. Hr txp.ri*.< u4.W rT,tU. ..wtUaW M(Ik* .
in the town of first
door Alligator on
e..: tc. &c., I in March A. D. 1851 40 acres of land levy and sale t said tract of land being situatedin 014 Dr.'. 5&TM,pilU j.sssis..oi'..iaI p.ar sat> fifU -
Monday ,
J I Forborne purpose, and no doubt in order to I Joel much thereof will said county of'DuvaL, on the west bank of the tka S.lF.T... mr..sad tk. .u.tf aM pe1i
and
owned by Pope, or so as .
: Jqaor.. make cbeap; (for the genuine cannot be made the State and county taxdue for 1850 and St. John's river opposite Pieolata' containing wn4 aim to k* tk*_.u4 v*ilvsy*make Itf a tMit
: ,
I season will without grcfct expense,) pollute it with minerals, pay attending said and 18.1e.Boundu.rie. ton thousand and fifty [10,050]acres,and bounded Mueitmn sad 4m y..lM* t_ artidwt -IacUW--
levy
: as Corrosive Sublimate Sulpher. Salts, I necessary expenses.as follows, to wit T.2,K.14, S.34 as follows: On the east by the St.John'river ... &a'pp.ru.g t.",11I_.titnIeI.. J
. :.: Saltpetre,&c. fcc. I made known the of sale. south by lands belonging to the same estates west *Mil tk.t wkii w.tnrttn tk* knt.. Tto b**U*$ f.Jr
Other particulars on day
. 1t, : Now in consequence of the above abuses, Dr. A. J. T. WRIGHT, public lands and north by lands belonging to 1'..>M4's ScnapmrilU kM ratly,. r_.u4 sal

1 Uov and VttLCOX has concluded to give his whole time Sheriff and ex of. Tax Assessor and Palmer fc Ferris, the same being an old grant. I .syl... 'II. "" sber.by&tri.c pqt 1iddf.J. w

: air and and talents to the manufacturing of Collector Columbia co. URIAH BOU'DEN, I ..caM.er*.ka*l>fla*> }9,1a"fntnu tt tk* OC4y

INS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND, Alligator N 09'. 15, J8OO.21-tds .* Tax Collector and Assessor Duval ceanty. Dr. pnn.tt.'r Whoa 4 > *o-.n.. fir **r!
.J : Halls in its primeval state of vegetable purity so that _Jacksonville, Oct.26, .. 31-tds pIsi.a'. whieh ...eUn. ..s. .11 *irc ..u-to-kvtk

. : J i e the afilictcd of all classes may have a healing Columbia Ta Collector' Sale. hot.,bnl" sot bqiltate fa p.iq our frdcrra t* OU*
r1 conve balm for all of the 'from county % _.' .. i we1n tk..k-
.. of aborc5complainti. Duval County Tax Collector's Sale. Dr.Jm .fc T.. Wltk tk fc
: .. ,a.tt his knowledge for the last ten years of the won BY VIRTUE of authority in me by law vested lia,.4* W*ifw w* .* J..UIe' is giTfe: .'ow-ao.*
. derful healing propensities of his compound,. he I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse BT VIRTUE of authority in me'Teted bylaw n.rati.. tbatpTtrmwkUk it woM Is d111I'5'41.

:: at this Es hesitates aot to say, to yen, that he warrants a door in the town of Alligator;on the first I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse n4ieU eo.,...M w.U M the ki .sliM poss *. HTmllr

. spare no cure of AMY and ALL of the above d disorders if Monday in March./'A.D.1831, 4-ID acres of land door in the town of Jacksonville, on the Bftmiftt4 U IU fa"'. '" t. !
': ..! persevered in according to the directions. Don't owned by Joseph B. Watts or so much thereof. first Monday May, A. D. 1831, the following ;
;:. : SKIFF. said Joseph named tract'of'Jand. much thereof will Fillip Jferkle.* D.363 Cn>4A <3ATMBBr ..rl
; say that you bate tried Sarfaparillas and have will pay the State and county tax due by or so .. 4.
.?.*.'..,.'. > t not been bcncfltted, so you won t try B. Watts in said county for the fiscal year pay the State and County tax'assessed against c.G;G.A.N N.TKM..t.390 M.D.Brw 1H m Cknry) D r .. t''.;" ;
; JOB 1 18oO and necessary expenses attending said levy Benjamin Thompson and due thereon for the H. D. Wnam ). D. CiIubis Sot.a. .lU. M-
'; ,.... IVILCOX'S.For and sale': Boundaries described on the day of sale. year A. D. 1850 together with all necessary expenses H. P Tt..7M.D. KM GrBwtek e.r.." J-ol 1''If
.. : : there has been many of the name pot up D.D. B.lk..pX.D.1Av.C '''1
; ; : A. J. T. WRIGHT.SheriJl' attending said levy add sale. Said tract "'
A..C.D.. .oi.'xivit.a k CkryttieJ 'M"
of this .
.,, GISS. on the reputation article and we tell you and ex of. Tax Assessor and of land ia situated in said county of Duval, on the .h* Hiat..... IMMfcAT..., .,q-J

.. fl5't confidently that theSAR3APARILLA Collector Colombia eo. east bank of the St.John's river,containing twen C.5.B.Itu.M.D G.. 2DNOrnl?IIkh AT. .; '.u.
Dr. -
Ktwby.
J't Inform the ROOT Alligator NOT. 1, 1850-21-tds t1one.aeres., and bounded as follows: On the Dr. Pap. M.D. Brni S Fonjtk .. '.'..
I is,though excellent in its qualities one of the west by the St. John's river, on the north by Dr. Fri,. X: D.' U Ri'ason de
t. and the pub most inferior ingredients of this, may we not truly Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. land belonging to A. M. Read, and on the east LL.D.GrntYsLX.DJaS.U. -. 4..

S .* double ad say, ,, l'-WorkinJC Compound virtue of authority in me by law rested, by lands belonging to Moses Curry.on the south J B..J..TN"P. rridham... ...D.1th.r.5th>a... .,.; : 4.4. .1

.,'J" Now friends these assertions are true to the BY I will for sale in front of the Courthouse by kinds belonging to the heirs of Egbert B.Bird- X.N.GII.hri..D.I4C& '. 4..
GIKS. letter but we say them not to injure any one, butbecause expose fourth Monday HJ L. r rto... M. D. 69 C... .
they are best we have a right to the benefit of truth, door in Nassau county on the san.URLH BOWDEN J. WitberelL M. D: C3 OLiver .4..,
in January.1851 400 acres of land owned by CkwU P. F.y.11IS ThaMbcnBran
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= hirawlf, and it also true that if you will call on us, we Tri..27\\ i..1aaU : >4.'
III it will
thereof
Picket or so much as Tax Assessor and Collector, Duval county.
.- given for the will give you names and residence of people who Seymour pay A.M.D *i...% Momro ..', .4....
1 $9 90 taxes due thereon from 1845 and all necessary Jacksonville Oct. 26.1850. 31tdaDuval C.Aika a4. Jr.66 CresS 4.
.. -: support. have been cured of diseases which has astonished attending said sale Boundaries &.... K. M....S06 Oraa4J. ... r *
expenses
., tha best ma not only themselves but their physicians,and also described of sole. H. ..''219tb A rr... .
S ,,i names of BOOK of our best physicians who are on day County Sieriff1 Sale. MUuLC..I996t2t.&veaue *
A. J. BRADDOCK, C. Hank.V* Vb.ry1BesjauDea..29Spriug
. using recommending and selling large quantities S".7
BY VIRTUE cf authority Tested in me by "
. at the lowest of Dr. Wilcox's Compound. Be very care- oct 2 -tc1s Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector law, I shall expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse 10Hpia Leges. W.h.C _
:. ful to get that with the name of "J. M WIL- V. O.kM*. U...B eo,. Avow VAlex. :.
: Nassau Tax Collector's Sale. door,in the town of Jacksonville on the P. B7d. 19)Htl T '
: cox" on the outside label! or you be injured County
may '
first Monday in January next, between the AUTOS Marah Tarick or. IlaaiankySuiwl :
; Ga. rather than benefitted.If BY virtue of authority in me by law vested hours of 12 and 2 o'clock 100 head of stock cattle Taylor,W7 Bleek '
you wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is, we I will expose for sale,in front of the Courthouse five pair of oxen, and one timber cart. D.D.TallmaB.Ml II... 4.Jshus 4'.

.. have the privilege referring to the first men of door in Nassau county, on the fourth Property levied upon to satisfy.execution. in Itorill Gra.k R.bbksa.lOA Chambers rtart**r.Cress .- __' '4. }

t,. the community. Principal Office Monday in January, 1851, 250 acres of land favor of Joseph B. Watt,, against Win. Had H. Parktr. *. D. )yrt1. ... cr. Csr.14 J-.2
.. ; F. 173 BROADWAY NEW.YORK. owned by the heirs of Keeble, or eo much thereofas dock. Fi.fa. Watts TS Haddock.. .. W. 8Ui ht. M.D. 43 Jam** .
O.D. Ajra. A U.&le cor. Ueary
f E. F. And corner Green and Bearer sts.. Albany and will pay $6 18 taxes due thereon from 1845 Property pointed out br defendant. J. p. LiooI. Court.r;' AlUati -. .1
.. E. F. sold by Druggists and Country Merchants allover and all necessary expenses attending said sale. JOHN G.. SMITH Sheriff D. C. A.Hotehkiaa.Jr.i : .. L-,.
Ga.I Boundaries described on the day of sole. C'M. WriRhfc Colon. e. Saekatt .
the
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I country. By N. McCORMICK J. Harvoo.137 Cnart t 4'
CAUTION TO TIlE A. J. BRADDOCK, Oct. 31-tds Dep. Sheriff. i. Prwootl.Myrtl.. Avtav Li
PUBLIC
>.. ; S C. oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector. r. MM*. Smith cor. Baltia Os
.* E.F. Don't be deceived by a certificate attached to C. C. Smith. CliatoB cor.BalU Is

: each bottle of Townsend's which certifies that Nassau County Tux Collector's Sale.B Nassau County Tax Collector's ,Sale: J.D...Ba4aB.N.wilIlrsad sos ]'\.Av.. **r. Da.*U 1r1lJ11.*rssklpn....1

c : each bottle is compounded and made under l Y virtue authority in me by law vested I BY virtue of authority in me by law vested, I L. Paz****. 71 4.C.LCIazk.N.wo.r.&Cy.wj.k. '

: E.F. supervision of James It. Chiltou, Chemist who } will expose for sale, in front of the Court. 'win expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse -* 4* ,
1 ha*been hired for that Now let us see H.T. Baih 319 Grwawlek 4. '
and,Traders how it look!;when this purpose.ChiHon resides 150 miles house door Nassau county on the fourth Mon door in Nassau county, on the fourth Monday w..B. ....C3 Broacwaj 4*

:: from the manufactory. This we think a great day in January, IM3I, 3000 acres of land owned by January, 1351, 200 acres of laud owned by 11.1'i., ..&IC vita gnat plaanr a "CAW) TOTJM.)
VANCE. the heirs of John T.Low much thereof will SArah Petty or so much thereof as will $4 SKI PUBLIC.-
imposition on the public, and calculated to deceive ,or so pay pat forth kj sin Sixty rkjii.i. sad uuiis
4 t the nnwiiry judge for yourselves. pay 15 75 taxes due thereon for I860,and all no- taxes due thereon from 1345, and all necessary la the City of Now York *. tk. -' ,. BMtita*r tke t**
but ye said sale. Boundaries expanses attending said sale. Boundaries described 1' .....>.
ALSO, for \' of"Vegetable Pills" cciwary expenses attending Sanaparilla. !. wki. post yiaflrmj*!II.>'
: including Kcv. Dr. Hibbard's wel known anti- described on the day of sale.-. on the.day of sale. pntt4 U rnor.i OLD D&. JACOB TOWHSKITirS A".

I to the Hon. Bilious Fills, and Wild Cherry Kitten.-Orders A. J. BRADDOCK A. J. BRADDOCK, SAPAZILLA.*TT that na4. ky Xr. I. r.Tawanat,*V..

,, : ,. for let from any part the.Country will receive prompt oct 24-tds Sheriff and ez off. Tax Collector. .oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex;.off.Tax Collector tttTB4, ndm4 4..... oardteny**amr IB tkto .

of Gei- attention. W woml.Utrtfor. ..i.'Ie.r* OBB a4 tk*dak. .

;.. GE1GER.Mary Address J. .11. McRORY Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. .. 014 Dr;Jae.Vs Sarnfarilla.ialUai of S. rYk M**>.M
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:'i;:: Jacksonville, E. F. BY virtue of authority in me by law vested I BY virtue of authority in me by law Tested,I .....'Ir, c..t...' .' .. tI., ".,"-. #..I1. :' if.If.

; Oct. 12th 1850. 6m.Farm. will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse I "will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse .. F. Callaa. WaVhfa. Dia.ofC.Uail ..
.' : door in Nassau county on the fourth Mon. door in Nassau county,1 the fourth Monday J. Cl.b. La.eat r F.a*,,.
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4L Dr. D. W. .U a S.B..:TkHa. 4
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in 1851 100 ofland January, 1851, 4CO acres of land owned
:' day January; acres owned by by Job C. Bnw.Fattarill *V '
: :: of Elza ; :j I. Marauder, or so much thereof as ,will pay. the heirs of Griffis,or so muck thereof. will pay ..W. In...... PkiBlXTUl)' ;*. uw
I for Sale. $9 90 taxei due thereon from 1S15 Lvi Sebaidt k C..Allratowv 4* .
req rd t $2 46 taxes duo thereon from 1845, and all necessary -. and all necessary Bai r
.a 4
iBKafcKik *a *
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: .. WILL dispose of at private sale expenses attending said sale. Boundaries expenses attending said sale. _Boundaries. described P.Croeker.Jr..Bro..W.,. .
: said estate, I described on the day of sale. on 'heda1 'S L' H. Allltoa. Plk Raa 4*
: ;; I Ier farm the St. John's .
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my on .
Joha .
attested FIia, Pittaknfk 4
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: II_! ,at the mouth Julington creek, .. A..JBRADDOCK BRADDOCK, B. J.; Bo,... LIigL..t.w' .. : ,.

Exeentor. sixteen miles above' Jacksonville.The oct 24-tds Sheriff and.es:. off..Tax Collector.Nassau set 24-tds' Sheriff. and ex..o' Tax Collector Crraa.. L.cardv Botta Jr.Re Lahatka.4. .. ,,. _.,.
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-., tf. situation is known to bo the most beautifulon Joha B.r'. DojlMUwv t.
; the river,and Is remarkable for its healthiness, County'Tax Collector's & ,I,h ai. P. .u.B1..IIu7: :. :: ',1t'l3ik
; .. : .. not a cane of fever having occurred there foryears. Jacksonville .Hotel., I>'.*fc I CIuuIdl. Luisbra I... ., _. .

1tit ; The dwelling II spacious and comfortable, BY virtue of authority in me by law .vested I TI Subscriber. having beconi'the purchasrand X.B..ft.Lyo.s.I.aruste.P. LJ'.. Htrm.ay 4..:; : .
my afl and calculated for the accommodation of a large will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse sole Proprietor this well known /i Rob.rtfioy.W.U.bo,* <- e.i: ,'l' t'IAJ
I Judge o. family. 'rho land is of good quality and well door in Nassau county,on the fourth Mon HOTEL respectfully informs the public'generally ; R.. C. BU, Dclavart .. -
stwJentf Then day in January, 1851, 400 acres of land owned that he has ,WB.B.j4.B.IIar.4.. r. f, .1
adapted for cotton.' is a flourishing Orange by added to the fermer house twentyoddmore 3. ..Cl71B..1r C.,WomrttJr Se ,
J.ln Aice grove on the premises, which formerly produced the heirs of Mills Drury or so much thereof as comfortable rooms with over fire hundred w.. .. Colkart,Bathr ....f'.. ,t r.
t an income of a thousand dollars,and will shortly will pay $9 94 taxes due thereon from -.' and feet front, with piazza in front and rear,making S '1'".*. X.8..17 _4. ": 4
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JONES N. X. Smitk.W.au. 1V .
.it do so again, from the pretlent tbrlnYlUld healthy all necessary expenses attending sold sale.' Boundaries it' as comfortable as any Hotel in tht'&uth., .. O. Hill.Saratot*SprtBfa, ,4. 11'i.
appearance of the of Man described on day of sale .. ; s I which will enable him to accommodate over C. H. HmlWM. 4. ,..-ri-r;' ; r.S
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r" darin .is within two miles and the steamboats A,J,'BRADDOCK, one hundred and fifty persons.' His table win be .Bn'7.. D. Lye.1&amy. ai"lA.\lon .W.4.r.-i, .

I pass and repaas before the house.on their regular oct 24-tds Sheriff and ez off. Tax Collector. under the. superintendentfe .of, an, experienced CUrl.W.vrNO'Iru'" .. .1." toy'

I 'application trips to and from Savannah.' -ho wishing to house-keeper of the North,' by whose aid he flatters J. A. SkarBiaB. TrBt.. .. ', 4.,. ,.. .. I 3**
.. this valuable: call '' himself be shall not be rivalled A -Watklat Ballowa Fafl*. "Vb
secure pmport may on, or ad. by any Hotel J.ka
F Assembly an Act dress by letter, the subscriber at 'Jacksonville; 4 Nassau f County Tax Colkeftft Sale in the South,beiag now enabled,*by the constant g ,JakPir.Ch KeB4y. Oration.tr I -'. "t 4.*.0., .7 y..

p ;J r IIN.fRY Florida; ? CHARLES BYRNE. .virtue of authority in me by law vested I steam communication Savannah and Charleston. AUtoS AT.Wladhaai '4*r r '. e
lE BY .
Jacksonville.October 2-j, 1S50.. '. for sale in to have the of the fine .A. tfll I.. "11ft Mill Tina ii. 4.- -
> will expose front of the Court advantage markets of '.,.J. CormUk. Norfolk Tai -
i tf house door in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon those cities. .In addition, he has made arrange- '. i j CaU.* It.iek.?. Be..t.: ,-' ,..:1. '
!i : Notice to Navigators. day in January;1851,400 acres of land owned by mentsin connection with the Hotel, at all timesto ?.vsr.Lori'JlIr Ca.wU Bois. ..,4. .
the heirs of Horatio furnish fine horses and for the RirChsUsrCe.. 4.. I,>
; LOW.'OI' carriages '
: so much thereof as accommodation .,. Gu... .. .. ..
4l Uon Twin CUSTOM lotfsE; win pay SI 65 taxes due thereon for Oi.and all. of his guests,' : '. :. ? _' ,..5. llu.iuas] ..:' -.I t lot
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4 'of,the b A DISTRICT OF ST. JOBS'-: necessary expenses attending said. sale. Bounda %'The increasing reputatlonwhleh the climate of .Co."U.tri. .Ir.Ca.1u.:7' 9 4. 4. o,.'t G) t:

; act of. & Port .Jacksonville. NoT lst 1850. rio described on day of sale. -:" ;, 'I. Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical. 'L-L Booth's ..( .. '.

A : : from ," A. J. BRADDOCK; faculty for-the' cure of consumption and other a' ,.ko.uB'Da4ley1( .., '-4* ..1,',' ,1g4
', Roa' On or about the first of May next;the fellow diseases has jz *rma vNrl4 Adams' -' <. *
pulmonary -induced
; : ., via act 2-t-4a; Sheriff and ez. off. Tax Collector J* a vast increase Wos4L5ayiub4s.q., .... (: .
: ; ing changes will be made with the Buoys at St TO .. -. .' of travel to this State during(the fall and winter '; ;J.W. Dsasew. .a.dsaati,, .' >. If- '

.t : tf. Join's Bar.J gin this notice so that all navigators months,of thosewho seek.tbe"Uef afforded by ft ..... .A.I.I..u. C1u.I.sit.0b. r.-. -i)11' .l

nayunderstand when this change is made Nassau.County Tat Collector1! &Je.I I milder atmosphere; and In view of this Snot.the Wa.r.B.Q..IIIJ1&.c..e. x. Preia.. P... Jr.-.. .: .'. t,
what the law is relative to & .
: Buoys 0. subscriber has determined*hat:his -
Y Y1rtue-of authority In"me:by law"vestedV exertions to -It. ii. BaU.yDuzp.; .. "
That.hereafter Till Buoys along the coast, or JL9 11 merit the-patronage which f shall be 'bestowed R.irD. i..ibrep. New bW '.. .
will for sale in
front
SOLDIERS I in bays,: harbors-.sounds or'channels,:shall be expose of the Court him shall ,b* without &&.c. St.*'Traskfl.. '
to
; I bouaedoofln Nassau county, on upon regard toil0" ex- sitar...... __ 4., .
SINCE wlored numbered that thefourthMon- ""J.
and "
so passing1 up th. d.ayJn January 1851 12a penae SAMUEL ISUFFINGTON. to ...C. &.au" ttIbitIVtUe' .... ,.. '
coast or sound, or entering the bay harbor br acres lanlowned by -'JackaODTlU E ,'. .l.. C. PilbHr7 4. .
: F.j October 3 .tt1.
Joseph Sninmerlin or much thel1\olu .. .; I860. :. : : ',,; tb
channel. red Buoys with.even numbers shall be so will pay r I '0, ,: .."....1IuM..) J";, '
: ; and sol passed on the starboard band black"" with 1 $2 $1 taxes due thereon from 1845'and all necessary J.'Lo k*.'.. ,. t" i." I...
: ; Buoys '' Solos $am\ra '*.'9' r: ":.'SI "f _Jl'm
&entitled even numbers on,the port hand and Buoys with I expenses attending said' -'sale."Boundaries .Bounty Eanda and'Pensions.de 8. .&..A.*i.*, B.Mawm .. .' _.It
one'.month described on day of sale.". t: i / ,1. '. '
red and )black,stripes on either hand. 1 ia i't : '- I. fZ 8..1 T..1t.WaI" *, : ;JL"Jt.1 oll"

:;I, I; of those channel way to be'colored with alternate Buoys white :: : A. BRADDOCK;. ,..rIIE.L : a1 d nlgned.ih :igm arrugemraUv i' *'. w 15rss...t.y.....Fark.r Dw111s. neal ...IItr.11i.t.. .5 ;-

; : w and black perpendicular stripes." '. >. 'i .oct 24-tdss fl Sheriff and ex ol'.Tax.CQUeotor.' A0-* competent'Agent =te the* City'of V ",.1r .... ""X."euU." '
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# .. : > ; -" .. ISAIAH; ..J1ART. -- .,; 'lv.1 D.nowprepawd to take Powers of & Wi an;.L"i2- 1 :

.4) '1.' 1 bcen-emriloy-experience .novT-tlstm 5 __', .Collector.. :c j/-ij c;zi0F4; ; &J k : Claims Attorney,for the ,.colleotiQoot Land -5,' ...... MV5sa,Kir-._
and Pensions wdl chTThetr *
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t.. i afford treat B irtue.of'authority In :me by law TeSted I attention toth' }'and i b'.I.t'lth ..strict. f- .' Wa.CsapbsULs.p' -* aO
tf1l. J'OTsufiuy
same J4-v
:: l : ; I : AND PJEN- TRIMMINGSTRIMJIINQSj* jwill.expose for isle.in,front of:the Court- aAd4rou. .. I 1 ". ; i M..ra ( 4& 'tj e : >

j I, d ..f tronbl lji'4l _" i/ t.' house door,bi Nasaau'county. on the fourth4on. :J .McQUEENLMcINSI'" .> eJt ,GIJKI,',t.--N.)X't "tiossu.n- ..."T .liD'.J tJiftJt---

i t r Dotlg. a 0 'TUST-iiEOEIVED. a general assortment da1.Jn April, laG!220 ACres ef land oQed 1)1 the seaLheuuemr for*l.a 1
: w nl ej foohionoble! Trimmings,consisting of Fringe,. heirs of' raneIs r, encbes,; or 1'1Dueh thereof ;'f I it. .-.:: -. .*. ;Jacksonville EFl4 ,paJi 'ufebT t sY 'rln "1t'ia t
Ribbon Loon : u wm 83 48 taxes due ihonon "
Gimp; ; Cord, and Fane)Buttons. 'P&7. frora,1845. ; f 1i. CHASV.DOWNlNGpro
.1:1' : -:.I-k t >. The Ladies will find this!assortment to be
:' : : : Att,.V *,&- health the cU,.*C..U and examine.v* -* Bo1U1darin. 4eacre4 daY.of wo. ..t .u '4twtMca1Aigu whor wantlo.begtIainE&liwIi s* fe9 *
18w
; : C.' :itiirnf; .- r>. DEWEJ:8 Brick o. "..& ;t.- .:".;'H h.. : :' AIJ.BRADDOCk.;: ;- .'W <*> News >,, ;( -rgj. FERNANDEZ, it.CXXf r% ',:* s.
t : < .ti-r. H4s.f AntUBtlCitypaad iIt
t.\ i.-oT.28185O-tt. '; ) < J oct FlIerItr "J' E'P ,
,t t ,'.' : cI et:01'.Tal CCUec'to't Ion till tor t4. I It' Nov. 14-ly 4Iw SOD'ill t, .. :.

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