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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 9, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:Vthe celebration injionor of the admwwpn ..4; prent Union meeiing was held.here.todayi SitTSli ?*: *?> '
California into thSTJnion,. The celebra'tibn -. the President jthewmeting.Harroldj -: ; -t passed of srio xeceivedbttBamj
the2lstult. betore bfaVbte 9 thev-Senafe
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4NiwLrAND&c.l dvnet1scaa.cntarn They do not however
; 29th f .October and Mayor/ of Vice. 3-P4I ; ,
to.St place on,the supported bya iarge'rriumbef -: .4'pinurErutDD. alter* and Jlftor40 initbe] House A propoferQhatj..when of
Is described as having been a magnificent Presidents, Wm: H: iNoble Francis* Ives; .... : whoj The hew, ndbeautifuisteamer;.AngloVotman sitiorLWa nadeIn h Seoate&to the.f- 'bb1flUerie anything thtch int re.t7 ; 4 -

?diFpI y; The 4 m' rican flag'strcameJ from apd-.%D/Bishop, Secretaries: ? Theprin' fol h Vrned'Um-o/er1 if theT Mapshafto'bliVdelivIredytfVhis ; ;went. uLoian* experimental lgrip .the people" ejected.,delegates ; to.sbe rfakIb xtNaiz 1rangnJn.j -

"tverv public/and nuuy private buildings, cipal speakers" were, Mr Girard 'of .IewYork1 ; owner. The, tO-ly kth a Iare pleasnreparty, consist-i to the CbhVentpn, "they might; eV. gat duLyept j '

fand from the' different shies in poit, ,Th"procession arid, M'r. Andre.wf of .Conn/. "(Strongrepolutronswere''pacd. sJavVesrapedTnr1:f 4i, arid has, been- giving "5 ;'lw J nndred'.and trn'spals on Hbard, dose on.their ballots\rhe'therb they'were'in Lon4oi ia H *r'ntoXnayesuSsehW,250' Tbe& merchantt
; commenced rnovirg at 11 o'clock, ."":: c" nIenh'1vaaia Aftershe'fcaa'proceedea'poSe'distanc?; and, favor: !a'convention or not, and if.,a /majority tfffsitt/fe -.
JLM.: *' First came the Chief Marshal a p'd"atd The'1st declares the" fcirmati n'ot Gbvtrnment -: uiiifer' & fictillbus name'; ai I fearn;%7as returning to the city, towards of.those: thus:voting were>for ajcpn- myjhg the txttenses 3 w
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', then '&'accompany mounted Califor- and jU administration had been conducJjd Uyeiollo4ig etrat ffoni ah&ladel.th evenyig! her.boikrs exploded.rgreatly shat- ventiopjheejected delegates should:asseui- -_ cltt freight;&< 6n>4& '. -

tuahs, the Society of'California Peon?) the .in",a spirjtofcpmpromise and, concession ; Battiuiore Sunit wiII be tCriflgtbebo3t? ( ? V'and killing and wp.uriding ,a tie ann t "prganiz'ef otherwise* tHey shbuldribt. :bee&bitedamong wbichweo*; ;-

Washington Guards lie California GuarJs, and that upon its continuance].'depends the seen'thar' thteztai ajfaialJinjBJake itproceeding *& large<; number; ;From'seventjfive % one \ The resbintion'wa* lost 8 to 24? The A '

progress!of civil and''religions 'liberty 'and, "'* hundred persons hre1 numbered, as fair as* at Natchez' .Courier; .th& fore; .veryjnstly The total amount of Ste1 "$tfiotd.' l"
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tec.A'larjte number of officers of tbs UlS.arniy free government ihroughoul Ihe1 world.- : leiter/a'ys present aMer iined,.annongth killed,'vfoflnd- fttylps the Convention;;bill -ibe; billordgr- China tNTUnited States. b l .
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and navyi volunteers who served inIhe 2nd..resolution. .. ueclates that the Government : Thr friends of the'alleged 'fugitive ilaviare e4Rndmisswg,.. -. 'sl lag the people,to hold a Convention Whether July and18tb; September/
Mexican war, the collector of.the port, can only be upheld by ..obedience to rejoiced to learn that he proves to ben t Mr.errya.gntieman attached .to the' they wish ft 1or not".' 1 "" '- *'"'" 300 pounds, Onljrtwo I8was3,235i of

Officers "of 'the revenue cutter and ,custom the laws until !they are properly 'repealed. be.man, and.has been.sent back by.bis? remted -' oceofthe New Orleans Bulletin, was'one On the 25th, thC" Coniitell 'naAthe ao1be cargoes tbeabovfc'
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Irouse officers followed next in the |nt>ce9- The, 3rd''declares! 'that the Compromise owner. Commissioner Ingiaham aced bf the'part v;-end lost'bisr lifeby1 the'fatal Governor sent another message to his faithful d ieW.Y4Levln5fz W4te cargoesithf --

won\and-were succeeded by some fifty'.sail- Tneasufesof .the7 last' session':6f Congress entirely'top' precipitateln this"cpet and' disasjtery He was agentlemenwell'kiiowniiJ& subjects &tb..legislatarerecommend.jng Ibe tMontatuZ?DovgtatfRddugt War* -

ers fcotjLthe U, b.yeesels pf war. .. 9 were"fair Unrequitable;" and meetIhe .anivw -, contrary to the opinionif all'the disinteresExciTEMES'rj -. -a ckesteemed.LMrKidj;of the Daily a..reorganization the 8tate-nij1tia,(;with a -Lkrmi J a vaBate ivA

The foreign consuls'\resiJent' *iu San prbval'of The fmetinj??,'",' > etlilistenersat. r- ; DeItawee.wounded ..view! ,to, emerg'encies jlha jajgby endanger 4errester 4 -- Eiutif-'

Trancisco; were followed! by a company of The.4th; that theTugluve Slave Law; isTn t : ,4p- but not seriously. the peace of tha State,anJ'a'-'repeaF or snspensibn '
Englishmen bearing the cross of St. George accordance with :the'Constitution ajid I '' 6t. ., ; | lL pM.j7Thetexecutionof. TMr.Njtljj Jarvis, .Mr: StilJman, and of the law of last session appropriating

this'division was a considerable" number tains merely the provision necessary to' car Brown and,Williams.,for :.the; murder ,ofMr. VIr; iStorm? of Mhe Ne\V Yorlr Novelty ,$-2QOOOO to. the'several counties ,fpj ship Maria Burt, at .New Orleaosf baoti*

of German., Italians and Spaniards ry into effect the stipulations of'that instrument Hewett was to have takep place at Peoria l orksfixvere aboardrand; all .of them believed common school purposes. The Governor from Ga1estoaofthcl7th.: uft.hayreceived.

The Celestials had a banner bf crimson ,and pledges he meeting to its support. lo.be mprtally.wouhded. stated ?'that Treasury eiould not be'ex- : ,- ; :_ -i-. 2
patin, on which were some Chinese charac The 5th expresses opposition to all agitators a few days, ago, but by, an..order .from "Captain" Amnibol and Captain Thompson hausted by" liberal apprbpriationsj-fn' view Sugar malting .

ter', and the incrIlItion'"Chinese Boys."- pflhe subject slavery, or fo'r'th'e! "re* the Governor, it was extended to the fifteenth ?f the slip Lexington, and[ others were badly of the grave subjects. WhichbccnpyJ the.'attention Iyover '- "- -- ------i, S

They numbered about fifty, and were arrayed peal of the Fugitive Slave Law. : of January. next. .. -4. njuredr> The Hori. Junins Becbc'a -Tnemicrof of the Legislature.'! He-doubtless The official return's of The VbtebnTibiKe'd .-

in their richest stuffs, and commanded: The 6th expresses,the thanks of the Committee mob it vA 'in j the State Senate,.was on board, ani is thinks is no time ". p.teachjhe joung'idea million,proposition show.bttf 8,485 ypte4for '
by their chief, Norman Assing. and Nation rfMessrs. Clay, Cass, .. .people, .being .disappointed, : believed> tobive, been killed., *? how to'fhobt5 when; 'he 'fancifs 'such- necessity arid 3,167 against the bilL 'Many; counties -

"Thegrand triumphal car was dtawn by Webster, Fillmore,. Dickinson, Foote,, and their expectations, got)possession .of, the ::Ijis Tmppssible i yet.to ascertain the precise to exist inHhesbpotingJ; line among made no return/ and .the vote'5ti moatwaimallfowingto ,

nix white horses, and contained thirty little others, for their patriotic exertions i in 'the ecatTold. frpmjthejail yard, and erected it in number of killed, wounded aad. missing, children of a larger growth>!Pi fbe truth 'rof the'fact that tbetaceeptanceof. -

boys, dressed in white shirts, blackpants, enactment of the Compromise measures and the street, being, determined that,the/execution of their names; but the 'supposition ''is' that the businens is, if/Mississippi raises,:a fuss .the p/dposatfcargenerally'Pped -

and liberty caps-each boy representing a the adjustment of questions endangering the should take place iorthwitb., After effecting hey cannotvarymnch': from; one hundred. and secedes byherself, she, will want mo certain., lifc.vs1ft e*
State, and carrying a shiedtippon! which the perpetuity of the Union ney'sadly: especially if she" has fo pay''the According 1hereportof.thdo *
name of the State was inscribed. In, the A safety Committee twenty-five was an, entrance into the prison, they .at- PRswgT BOSAPAHTJC .ok :TIRE CysA' bondsGov.Quitmaasaid she' was*in honor let and Auditor, made to the-1gs1-Ir *of

centre a large banner of white Kttin', trimmed appointed. tempted to take Brown fr nn,,hks cell,. who EiiiITxc.-TheCourjr. des Xtats, Uniscontains'tire and justice bound to pay. $? '- ', Texas at itslate'extrasessifh! : 'tIetoiar' -

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with gold, and displaying the inscription although shackled, .resisted,, disarmed this message in full of the President The Legislature adjourned on (Saturdayeveuinggiving tensible debt otTexas.isSl2,322,44ctnd.; -
'"California-The Union, it must beDre5etrcLl Arrlrol of the Ohio sit Norfolk. and .insideof of this last piece of executive real orparvaiue bfthe..some$6jBt2,92tfr .
pursuers, jbarricadedhimself the.FrechRepublic.. Under ,the same wisdom the complete A local *** '- "
was supported by a beautiful Fearful and Perilous voyage-Damage} to gobye. Jew Thejate cpld.weather covered
little girl, dressed in white, with a headdre.sof the Steamer three'days at the the,cell.. The mob fell backhand .a. fe\v head (of foreign affairs) he says.what,, may bills; the censure resolves, and : the Convention whietf'counec'ls'.Galves on Bajth A

San Francisco, together with the heads of passcngert peacefulcitizens dropping in. at. the be.of some importance to those engaged in usu rpation/ are the trophies of disunion* continuous sheet'oftfeepaiu *_ -

departments following next in the JrOCesion. pumps f .. : juncture prevented furlher.violeace getting up another expedition against Cuba tsnisoIar, numbers ofcattle; .in the_ : viciitityofiThe '
We have not space to enumerate all the The steamship Ohio, Capt. Schenck ..com -ifany such: there'be-to know. These mouths thejTrinity -:

different portions of the procession. We mander, put into Norfolk,.Va. on the 26th Among the resolutions offered in! )! ?Georgia are his wordse., "l"" -- u Proposed SiontUern Congress. 1 1d GoVEskdaOi" -

can only say that the. oration was glw.reI l ult: liigrcar cltsiress sne was on ner"way Cbnventibn'wli3ne; resented l by Mr. -; "As soon as the FreneYGovernment"was na- TheBilliitpas Legislafure aby"theSouiH Cdrblf.. ** < Th WMhiirtDiCeolrle '
Nathaniel Bennett and ode wiittcn provIthngloraeupptnnirnent
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by by Mis. Willif, of Louisiana, was suog.- from"* New. Orleans j and Havana to.- New York. McDougal and adopted by'that'body, that the informed of the criminal attempts pon' Cuba of deputies- to* So thern. Congress, dent of .the Baltimore of Jamea CTTppg S. ayat rlffls: -
by certain,aJventurers,.wesent in. additional and for calling appointment Calhoun,; a Geor-
The Baltimore Conventionof. the
The folio.viug is the ode: Clipper, describing. perilous delegates of''the1 Convention should by vbluntrary people ; !
.. force to tIiecoinmanl, r.of the West of this Staterrtifect eighteen'deputies to .be gia 6la've-hblder'"tp be'Gpvernpr pf .Nefl
Itrjoire! bear jc not o'er the liilU *>f the East, voyage, says : .s contributions'cause a block of'mar- India statrpny.wilh orders to "u ni1 'his'efThrts elected, four by. the' .at its'present Mexico; has beeitil received b'thadvO

The round of our welwiae to Liberty's Unlpn -**Ail went fairly 'and1'prosperously until ble! *to b&preparedumeiit. for the'Washingtbn Mon- with those of the Spanish"authorities,' for'the session frora'the'State at liirge, ahd'twb froiiieacli'of catca -antT-Jslavery ii! tlTCtuiripeopl.epf.ibedet.rminatioa

rkJgo high for we join in the mystical feast last Sunday night, when the bre'ezrV which The coat of arms oftheStite, is to purpose of preventing futthcr attemps of the..J.Jkind. the Congressional: Districts .byVthe while.it >ha ."Rivenproof-.to-the: Southern1

That our forefather* hollowed at Freedom's comiwtinion had all day T>teif freshening, rose to a violent the block ." F,.. : people oh the second Monday in October pfjhePresiden;,
gale, in the midst'of which the engine be inscribed on ; th fptlowmg "Thbsb vhb'engage,'therefore,ja hat.kSnJ- next. The.Governor. is authorized.in* thp''he islfromxtbe north\ .not ta tabooi them,

Then with hauds hi1L iu nr, our alleaiancc we f-topped on its centre, and the ship broached additional words': ''"Georgia 'Convention, bf busiites hureafier, 'will 'not"only"have cert with the'Gbvernbrs, 'other"JJrbper authorities and 'tcfudetheu?from av dde'DartTcipatlort" if

swear, to in the midst'of the tremendous sea that December} 1850." Jl :! the Spanish'naval fore&'lp encounter, 'but of other Stales joining in thisCbii- public service; nasbWi._- _-d. bytiiit -

Which time, ncr dtA'cn.Mon: flail ever impair: had been already raised Jby. the vjolent! wind. Such anidea* never suggested itself'ib the that otj France /also, and 'of England, '.too; gress,"to appoint th>.iilme: and place bf meet : *riJ
Skilful seamanship immediately rescued her we _BalimoreSun.. .
And the Fan!ufihe riiK, long.may it bo for the moriicntYbnt from that hour until the Nashville!! Convention, although leailmg haveinadpabt. ( [ ing.-TheGo. *$ alsodirected to :comi tary of tbeTreasuryeajsnJu&latannal
the t'aicld of the municate a copy s.Act.tb jthe. Executives ?- at wfe' fc&* -
The. hope of th' tju-fced and morning of the 25th December, the Ohio declaratfon'of'tHe preamble.'emanating fr'prnit The of each'ofine'slaveholding! States,-and report- -
fL'ee! forced to to" under, the scant st Jew ;Orleans- Crescent of the'Jltb'nsfi 'Thus we have;.as'expenditures:an ll4bilitiw
was "lay ; i is that itf convocation was' ,prompted byattachme'nt1 to urge upon them the de&ribf this State,
sail, and to bear the brunt of tbc hurricane. says: ;TheiMexican are beginning already that chargeable directly to *ald.warytod
send
the Union. uieyshould: :meet :our-
to deputies -
TLoujh; afar on the verge of the ocean we lie, Her immense size made )her unmanageable to develppe jsome of the life and activity instilled own loatgoinerj\,. in 'Alabamaoa; the the acquisironai rritoryconsequent npontbierfreatjr'bf :

Our hearts are as true as the MID that ebiues o'er by canvass. Sne'lay like a log in the trough : Thto them by our 'missionary, armies. 2d p eace,-The' snmTpf. WifinSfvc .
LOSS OIdllE STEAMER- IVANIIOB, Qfl day January, 1852. .aw. && *
tv--?"* of the cVal'VoK: between the walls of 3ut a few'daysag6>n/a ortmentofagricul- The members oft'the' Convention 4 are'i :to- V OA _
Oar trt$Hurej we bring,of earth, ocean and sty, wafeifthat towered on either side of here Monday the 23d, when the steamer Icanltoe, ural implements,';manufactured 'in Illinois" 3>e elected on the 2d Monday" 'Febriiary7 This does'not include manrjr. taim fve*

Oar souls thatexult to join freedom's full chorus; and threatened her immediate destruction.- ipt.'M.. PecKi\vas; near Bethel on her a6sedturougU[ this city-to fill an order of next, each election districtJ being ehtitlcil to sentedand be presented, anstog/indirectiyj

Should foes o'er the lard our justice wUbstand, ''Sad'as was thtf plight ''of tm gallant 'ship return (rip to Savannah, she refused obey he Governor.of,Chihuahua r. They consist a'number, o/tdelegates-jequal jtotjhe wbo] from the:war/their great variety /orbidJiB* ,

'Xeath our own etri? *, and tars we'arc found from these events, she .was'destined ''to'tfijt helmkaiul.went ashore, and when- the ed of fifty'ploughs, made by Toby &*Anderson number of Senators and RepresentaUves even dramonhtP"an approximation. '" 'eitheras/to' '**nnmbet** -.' ,

heart and bar., cuter another danger. :Oni Tuesday morfiing tide.lefthejk brpkejjjtjco We are.told that /Peoriar" IIl. tbirtj: scytbesT bolting! in,the Leslatute: 'All free white mTe ofthVigebt2tindtfeeiible --_ ._--r .a'L-e;..-
For the l3.i.f the lsni n, h florg Aall It bV it was announced that she bal sprunga ; td 1 ,- -

The Lope of tb' ('I1'reeed aud the shield of the leak, and that' the'rising'Vater had''extinguished she. will be IcJst With Ihe exception!of her young citizens of Illinois were in* charge of : seat in-the ;Conventiou.. The Governor is a regular steam commnnicatibn betweanbaa,
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-. the fires beneath the boilers! This c.;. J5J *** them whose miss on to Mexico is to ,teach '
fres. machinery a.ll i assemble the Convention, which is to meet Francisco and Cantoi. is about' being takAbvad .
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and of 'the
dreadful announcement at once:aroused rthe Later.intelligencecontradicts the above aavantage uses *' implements. at,Columbia, whenever tti .,Southejn >Congress enterpn' ing'merebanrof tbe Tbrmef .
misis but
Like the Mar that once TOM over'Beth1chern' energies of the passengers, >who, manfully, account of the breaking bf ''the--boat t.and which American' one ofthe; many ins'aaces in shafl"lave" b'een held But 'if the <"',yp who. ,hs, purchAaed-.theJweU-knpwii. ;
of Gen.Jenj. 41nroveineatsnreonghtaft
organized in.bands under the charge ,Couventibri'ss not'cbnTeheJ'by' the LEi eu. ] 'steam
height propeller"McKandJntends4ritnfiigber
And shed o'er creation the jighiofits beaming," C. Howard, ,of BaltimtSre, and from says. .she was got off. safely.THE.KEW rnptt&er.tourjes., It was but a day.or live before"wexWeisian! ofthi' Legislature : rjgularly.between,, San,/FranoscOy j. '-, !
I.- uailer ooi ai order had '
two we ,
... May. the "Bride of the\Vet," through the earth hat moment untJl'shs pied; Cape freed Henry, STEAMER-'- MAGNOLIA. From theSavainahNeths been Vent ago to ,this city1; for aiis Tm'irbvVd coi-' then that"body.is to fix the time/of" its and the Sicuiands. Tbisi.s.the 5rt- .
li'ndcr' Providence by :
r- her he Ohio was, meetng linK i&! toe chain QI steain omni itiationr
Tight
poor labors we learn that ,this new ton gh! for the Pacha'ofEgyptwho had _-
but together ;
heir incessant, patient -
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which is to connect the named andtt '
Nor Kt while heart be- cheered its points >
one can. by with those of. the officers and crew, and enar- steamer i'to be'cpmmanded by papt' P..Mc- been impressed with .an idea of its merits ,-Sotso NORTHERN SESTIMEST.- fs with: will require bntanaddrtopatjessertojplj? .

pleaminj, bled to, recover the use.qf .her engines onhe NELTT wasjp' have 'lefj, New'Yorl. about from an,article be bad read' in :DcBows' ? Re- much.pleasure .that we lay,before:;ourr"re i-: between the Islaatfaand Canton to.make thg} -
Ko shall nations afar, to nations, the rtar vie
poiut -publishcdiijibis city, "'r '
25th. ders the annexed from let .
of the ? extract a prtyat '"
morning ** line -
In the 28th ltltf!; blake h'er place! *"- *- ; complete.. ;; .
pence fofily eluinng, though dreadful in war; ; This is but a brief and hasty summary of immediately ter written by one ofjtb'e"niost:eminent..few. -. > --- t '
In the riand of the t'tiou, oh long may it be be dangers encountered by the noble ship' In rthe/Fofr1da line. Dlrrzctrz.T* wIrn-AvsTnIA.The; New yes in Philadelphia a friend'in*this'city' The Detroit Advertiser a piece oi.oaO] jt

The: hope ofth'oj>i>rced and the shield of the There were several lady'.passengers .on YorkExpress say a that letters of;,its Wash; It furpishesadditinnal: evidence'of the reaction some three feet long, fonnd in ana ancieatjsh'aft :- 4!

free. board.the'Ohio, 4 hut, throughout the perils, RELEASE or WM. L; CIUPLINTHE SLAVE ingtom trian correspondents Mr state.that:the.4us of- which is going on at the North, and of in'the Minn'esota nunk.bya;

In.the evening there were bonfires, illumination heir noble fortitude encouraged and nerved ..BDCcroaL Tbe-Washington .Rep Mic of COt Charge Vebbisth&thb, ( McCurdyJsuccii.cor f ha1iiot" tan d the undoubted loyalty! of; the grea cS ateef race-6f"men wh63e"e$1sence( is onknown'ra1* ._ I

*, and a great hal!. all who.were in a condition to labor for the S turdiy,'21st ult bas the following: his orders yet. -Mr. Halsemann] the' Charge Pennsylvania to the Constitution":ft and lie history or: legends TbsiCce'ofwood,* -
Union.-Sav. Republican. ; which formeda. pl oae,haft 6f the -
vassel's
i.On the same'day that the celebration took safely *- part ladrj .
from Austrifit is also said if there
C se.-Mr. acts
Vie end of the Chaplain Chap-- as
,
place, a terrible accident occurred. The The steamer was put into"Norfolk at the lain.wasonjThuredayliberated from the was mischief.%.brewing. Iiidependentlyoftbeseliitithuti ,iYec. '2d. djrwhichwas ise.4 for descending" thefshaf,*
steamer Sagamore, while casting off from : i: .* -* In relation the FugiCve Slave was'taken'on he'"depth,of twenty-?? -
earnest instance of.the passengers, in a: leter jail of MontgomerjCounty, $ 9OOO bail having ns, we have similar bints, frbmi
feet from and ssot&gei1v'tleinaa
Central Wharf, blewup with a tremendous is there Act, this State is entirely .sound. ?\\e tbfsarfate;
explosion/ Masses of timber and human written to the Captain, wherein was been entered forhis appearance at Howard olherquarters".1Rampr is"A'Jkircup will .to the of:Detroit has in'his posesstonituA6*
District Court. 'Bail to 'the"amount f6OOOhad between therAmerican SecretaryoP State carry o utJbelaw,not..ony ; very
bodies were scattered in every direction. etateil1 that n further continuance.of of the trip $ ; been given In this District.' Hepasse4 and ji'l.r- IluUemann ; gtIiatthelattet': bas letter fiut accbjru7pgip Uspfrit.Ayitb a ready bamioers found at the same.spot.: .: -' .

Many: bodics,were blown into the water, would forfeit the insurance of the'* *>el. through Baltimore, on Thursday, oh been demeaning hinoelL'di] fo.iartcovsly} \ antCbonestdcrminLUpn! There ibas ,opt I .
from which theywere recovered by. the numerous been {the slightest hesitation, on the'part. of
the' kind''treatment have ;
This letter was signed by Hon. Reverdy his return. home.J cbnsea.uence bf >we the
I boats which thronged about the Johnson Senator Rusk,of Texas Mr. Penn rrittSmith given*the Hungarian refugees, ''officially! anil, any of our otficersj't jshirk the'questipo responded, /through? Mn; : 4viii-Iarinerly :
disaster. The boat ; ia said that paid$5,000. 'BostohV buttthe,1 baa ,been .
pcene -was a com ple c 'tha therefore'- ArcCufJy" ,. !compliance. .
unofficially : r
-
i -.k <>>! [ '\ Speaker ptth Bp se preaiB
wreck, and from among the fragments were member of Congress elect from Louisiana, the baii| andlhaXChapiin will.not,appear*; i will not be.6ptrucediogoout of; .the coitn- pro'npt and in entire good laitn.x It has recenify.ConimtssIonf to Chlnai* tQ the -L-

, taken the dead and dying, mutilated in a and all the other passengers ; Lieut. Schenck try' Iitil'Mr; 1Jufsjinarii renders .something been of great service to nsimraehse numbers of Jtnlge"IHantin'gdon;' reriaor5ing
behold. The fejeran1 Trios. SPALthNO,the las. of : : chaige fully
* manner shucking to Sagamore's The t p.w.orthle3STOttaway3 baveteft'ntc
replies to it'thaukingthepassengersJdr) tof'anapologyjfq hard Jaid} l na'rsh words; ; : tbeiview of the.Judge, and 1tifavo> 6i''lu -.
boilers :were nearly new, and pronounced the living signers of the Constitution of these'areof ihe'cau&s and gone to Canada, and the behavior-and
that bfthe'deTayi .the vt .
by the boiler inspector tq.be the best in the such an expression of their feelings, and, ConventionlitftbaState. deprtmetof atlthe negre' left b'.hrnd p holding.and.carrying out provisions
over tbeJate Union. ,
in compliance with their request, lands them Georgia, presided jstor ABI iijsAs. The "new >census have been much improved." .-, ---- I
port.CaptrCofc On'taking his seat, : 'f-** f'e'infomarlbfl -
master of the boat, was blown atNo'rfolkl Lieut. S. thinks Jthat the Ohio .. '- _., the State'of Ar .ahsas for 1850,'as MM13 ordered \ The leading-womeflotindiansbav-' :, -- 4
li : ptib.v
a it considerably injured, though his' wounds ;*'GehttemiIof the Conventfein; ; I ani i' to bel98TO6, of which 82,217are DalumorSunwrittng from Was too, oL to'RoaeOwenalI71o -
plate .
rendered, the ngerL. The 1 1saygi vice.
are not of such a nature! "as* to preclude a by pas damage grateful to you fore the hpnoffvvhichvyou white,males; 71,701,white females; 636 free t. : ,. .1 ken oLgratitude.fpjiisaervices.ia theoua$ .
epeedy recovery. "" she bat sustained.*cannot be. repaired less. iavecpnferred pii.me; Itis perhaps apiropriaie. persons of color) and 45,242 eIavesJhere, ''in ventiou to certain 'tights of property -
secure
iThe.: number of persons on board at the than $30,000'.; ;t" "f *;'' termination of.my)longjlife, Per*. are 570,123; 'acre8 fIanJ, ( "theJSiate under e eiyed erefld idTy, of married woman'; ." ** -;--*
time of the accident cannot be .J .: i. -. .. ; acreVare' letteth fomUotOi4o to'sbdwthattbedethdMtsaad' & .
accurately laps yo'ttWay expect.of me some expression cultivation, of which"430,89'4 de- I .: -k r -_ *&.r C--Jft'-V*4.44, .- -
ascertained.. It was variously ;'estimated'atfromseyentj'fiirev.to' ; .WASHIKCTON jpec, 23. of opnioi' &'this occasion. 'Fpr'thirtyfiveyears voted to grain and 139,229 to"' eottoffi1dar- fresJer&1iave **ted a ExGovernorMcDowelofi-jfrggja,3uJ- -
hect and thatthe
tll
a hundred.' Many > living in"solitude,and seeing tbfe dread: iig.tbe. past.year the State, produced 66,942baJes leigiteor certahily ne
Delivered
All the for the Territorial Ia-freeOflert0 theU'S.Seit- ceotly abighiyspatrioticadelp K -
appointments election *
bodies.were BO inocb mutilated ''that'5t ful borrjblervmnrderottSicefforts have of cotton bushels of oats :
iu New-Mexico which 8,273,731* "; esult? It wdrthought quent,address. aLi. ma s ineebngT -
wiltbe'lhe'
Government ; were at ;
found impo* ibeio 'them.Limbs i been made to establiah.a free government in and 29,556bush.e1s4 wheat. :
friendsof'tbe"JJnion, in Augrista JQHaty
and fragments weiej gathered up in baskets; necessarily delayed until.' the official assent Trance, Spainr.Ger'mahy and.Italy, .I must l """'" whik'go; that kthe'natipnalrwhigs' vroulJcbmbineTwith Viriuia.rThe Stattntpnf Spectatoreaysu:' -. '
it abockzn igbt. of Texas to the establishing the boundary that rather than have'ther'Union under ARREST: otft ArjMuRDEREtt A'mantby-: the sound.'portion of'thetqenv -
say ; reference'. 'the herselft
til j- and granting indemnity, was .obtained, wnicfi'we have enjoyed repose and happiness the name of Jas..WilIiaimsyas/arresd>in| DC rats inTthe Legislature! / !* meeting. "Virginia -.
were communicated to the Senate this morn rather Hamburg oil Saturday last chargedwthlhe nl''democrat., But"'lhere. are'Tew nation nayswer.from
destroyed- ,
1ZUL or -..TIIE AL&B&ML.-.TLe ing. Mr. Calhoun, of G o., formerly. Conrsul hah sixty-three have the States years separated, I should preer crime''murdering irTbomas, county, wbtgs, arid two thirds of4 the!Wmbcrats"1 &te ;upon the mountains AuguatathagoL3 .
oukieflafforiiberty'iri
.: steamship Alabama,the'second steamer in the at Havana, and now acting as Indian under thiVStateTa .marr'arid hIswfe-.by under free-soil trammels.- ;QnlTtbreedemi-1 the Unipn vrillcontinuaasproqJlvas .
NwYork'and Savannnh Jine, and the mate Mexico ha been elevated &"see myself and mine Numbering' In in the whole Stt are sound. the bands of WasiJatonbimselfA .
: Agent in ,Neyv( ? to the load of, thdn mental tlay.w: : name of Moore.iyrbo werftuon' their way cratic papers' '
of the Florida, anade.ber .1'rial' trip at New, the ..gubernatorial chair/ while Mr..Smith, froq North CaroIinaUq iFlorida His .trial .n :- _- I
. Yoon Christmas days The, New.Ybrk the1 Territorial ? has"been CONI-ESSIOS OJROBBKRT AK MtfRDERH- : ; _: '_; : $
recent Delegale >Ye regrefto learn (sa ys the NK Q i a9un4froni took place on Saturday Jn thk City, before f
papers ray1, sh'e proceeded down.'the Bay'as, made Secretary; 'The judges nave been selected Justice It? 'hahVAlleianTd resulted r-in his The Hageretovrn-Mil.>News has 'ceived a : TbSaTin nab C!wyKBisaj ,

ur a* Sandy Hbok/aud gavceiitire eatisfac- from the territory* All these"appointmentsare. a private Jettcrronq j eing' committed :to ?Btand3hrs'!triatTvo: : pain blpuTiotting tO be the confeesion.ofon the first shad caught!;this season was qcU M -

t n Uconcerned! : : ,v'r .satisfactoty and creditable to*,the wkbrother )enjtemetrappdnted3. byfithel ciuzeas'ofgustaJejJ4. Charles Wallace,vrbicb'piyes artftherobberyf account* the Savapnab imukit oa VVedesdar,thf-iaUx, .. ,
The Alabama Id the :counterpart'befTloKda administration Mr.IohiY Fonk'at KB** W htowBj Ndarelarsafl&IOrft(4Sd fcL ilV C -- .
.. ,
. r t.. ,-, -. T -.-, wTiie yungHardivbq 4isappeare&tystr1oU : horaas eouhtyj arrested!Jthe3accu8e..rr>4wr a -
.'' ; exceptJier engines. '.ShY I- two'Judges for Calj/orhiaVere. also' lyJasspriiuicide.a3'bejetter '* siveriliye&rffagV: coniiittett&y.Jhimi1 Lamar House at Macon.Ja .
wii bu1f ;WmII. Webb,,and regisiefs nominated to-day|: Mr. Carry being assign '::" self and w-acc6pUce'flaMed.SnetlIfl.4-.'I t .

it$tbni; -:Her length is 22%feet; breadth, ed to the Northernrand Mr. Jones, formerly ysi : : .. The CatbolitfHierarchy itT Englarid>AValesdS This corifeesion'was trritten byVVallace S .

- 35nd her depth'bf npU, 2i.;',, Her enginw ofLa.., to the oothern istnctTiVi 'fhe onpl/pur-esteemed! friend Hon, chapeJsbeedes- he 'ttytj front nemoryj'and given bybinttjto beputea t6be so rpongr sJnt $

:e were built'by Slillma'n & Allen; and,are Beujf) Hardini" (Bv Rowan *Harding.who othe> stati&ns.wbere service. s,pe ml the Rev.HenryTracy at the stake where he1 Carolina Robert. BarnwqP.TRct 4
driven by one_ f )MUler's Patent floilers.Th .- JOV1U.LI Pec. 11A./M.-Tbe.steam. %appointed Secfeta'ry of tbejU.tS..Lega es arid"134coiivefls, was burned alive by a mob on tbe'banks 'of: : -

2 boilers, are regarded ,as superior to cr'A'mazon'a frotn'J ew. Orleans, had ,/orly tion at Chili, disappeared very ;imysterlonslyin FftyonftthiPiiest& in'England re:d9c' the lapiOith&l Ith f AflgttTsti8O, .oI tti

those/eenerally fif'use.from the jact that deaths by.Cholera jon.board,'daring, her jpassage'jo this city. some: time* in March.last, and toraoL4ivinity,1 and s; e>erteen .,EngJiahclia'persareSST He confesses to*theimnrder'OhMiss'Mary-* :.:LZ3tsi ; k _
.- they ha vV-'a griatir' fire surface, :And are GJrar'deant/ .- ,,-.t lt>7 r"- nothing was heard t hfm T ntilfa day orjw9.eipcewhenhia i t.R'karer si4ent.in yroP; CZTUMft&aVst -Rogert,the beantif ol'cigar1 girl bf New Yerk -

4- constructed with a''do'uble-returh! flue. The 1. She also,reports that, oh the day, she'.left Temainsi ra;fortnd.? ,whe and a number-ofrblberies, '. arid other erlmed-" ; -e -
c7Thders) *4 _Lirr a'diameter'of 5.icheswth Nep',qrJenLheiajl1ye4; Cat;that* ",place } vicinity ofjhis place where,,.ii isipre j jsbmedJibeyhaYe : ; **" -- !i "1.* ?: f *TheN.-: ji iO.Pcynne tttbtha! state '. :
:
cibIfEstiik. : -- : eleven! hundred'* Cariforuianswhql. Jig.xbauteJaU been !lyng' sioe' the '"A I & '- talist ixt that State aWftfk6a tno7ij '
4 .t-'u ? i I .
*> *- be1ougmi1Me5tit3rre
? : tI4do' their Pr p'esum'ed; ay egiouman'
th Aabtni proisonsatca wtsp 'th' 'i L-i4-f'' rVThQ.AuzusUj ,
.
ilVsaf) (tttb 1dc' theimeibat1ie IZiiEIe1thJarie4 I flIre. .
1d ; on ill JlepubUc-t Aft* 50 ,
beIoedn4l Bonne was caught in thaugar imill :
,
40 fftftfi
,, eo onc t rns have
.. : A-'BCiloi, evailedalsWa h6tt;,andBaltJmofe'ort rE&nauia2 being ;foundi.Ainhepilaaelpbia inj Wft'ttVciopafatibJ'o Hays ago aad vyaa,ground j>nt
'*Jf" Itj3 Jj/ *.- 3 brt Tborsdayv the'25tfi?ibaVJifsrat Jea1en&d9ubL} t tbeJaC" .. ibUfeiWJri_ ... tiver bbly and UmjM pg cpjigb the mill; the|Gov/Bkiaos, of aowa>dpeanql.t jjM ( \

: Usn"itid all tbrjiWrigei*,;:on"ftoardrthe 4 tri tbomi d lk palMlo of., '1IN
<
saIl:, be 4ebts crapg; iic.b ndTery.uL.j tJtdi tQ7: vcr&joston. hef tipfr B rnelvedotib. Alr ; J W 1 1Imouned ihri 1egtofths writof- :,
Pfi4.fly.7LI
$ 4n3ifltOI1tO .
4 A -
|! ; cWng mQny; Cnarieson.; : 7,752vT>i8iraDia1ty of, inMii'.tjaa.jtLSJUi .
;'* u rortling .ut hundreds and hundreds of s aT.iitii ? .< ? It lest 1east-O WIth h11e j cguent ji* eiiteTtih ; ; '- :- -- :
% as -
. : .. i elflAltb sri a& Cft Dela'wateo ..
i : 'claim never before presented," ss- 4 > JtiiR ] ugh cATgustat destidedta
Morl3eiiti StaleS
6b oAn
i- ,- We'pous%lares Kmooril TRlemph'staiw jagainst jhVStafe ihsfJSrosto pave been vp? Reid o,TIlL tried at Ibmondya, .for piracy ( vbcisclIght arniii1bLe stth ; beans-fl r? S 'of .Tbbtnis1 : diia ss s*'<*

prtaeit4 a1Stnasn ie p1 thenIr1bt h4 murder", rear L 4er4&ct-onl.Tuesday bie Oh all SSKEfS wrJ-*"?? "
; Charles BHadduif-UiipbT ;k ucit i iinr
;;r &ectd tetthedznthsOf
li&$ 3lkfUa pf. .- qrie attxrrhhPh4 T3 be Cbargeld1 Aflaires ot the Umted Stalta -Tv _
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befi % America in; Portugal, in lace1'BrpvynJChiyj ? a ,i 'tTO>7 B "EV*
$ edgef.'pfficy was con _
*. ecallcdatbis own Muest .. isn't rooter, for her, name yis SalljrSeMtb/ -,
z ? tied byVlite fire io'that city.i .. ,- tt---- -- ; ; --.s-*. "--- %. **!% *" a *
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,< ., ;,, '. = -' ; T.ettte&I cauthen&tiation-tbe Co : : '.. : n -r.-r..'t'ItJ: 9,- ",.
: L. ati. A.v ; with committee fheftoua. relaUra .to fl :_.
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t ( GeDtm i ir.iJOfuJii.M tMia *
YWBWA'lEPUBLIOA. c world.cenod 1.mertoousu.. I.
1 l' My'tbe _. *
'w.RQUSE the soil and climate! of.So ili'Floi da-: trrrt1iUion. T' -
: : '.; '.' .i SEh..rA't. ,. Our heirtthep J ithit.Let; gets1s: dow! Sat. S per- Governor of SOnttCTOUO3JG the JB. 'rit.lahisfnaogural L.
; amend the : : n prosper
:/ '- :Mr. Finley' introduced'. a>jll to. Tli4J Ja..a''rM5 '. ,) : fermyjg.m.Charjeston' Ad1rebeAyI.Vithtiese.opTalons :' :
.v 'Slt"ae'f
j' :.7\ 3. t8&o-r. Bryant introduced a Constitution the State, soasto'allovrthtproceeds ,\ .; P.1who'1ibra,.all'involved'II' J." *-" \ i' ) and>'feeling .
} crowded audsencesroVubington; *, Sena
,> .iittuitttdatory. of the establishing of the Internal!Improvemen(f;lands, : : in:the, ..1!orjcontinue.f *
::11 ,f: : acts pat- ,. J..omWj. with' 'muajcal torVand Representatives,shall dettn it ttr,
. 1 d foUta.UiU.8Ute; also memorial from cerel' donatecho the.State by the General Government "duly .U.S al _i.A. remain true to it'a&.t;ifuniY t -, n hercharming; lie Presidentand 'pow.eis duty to use wbateverinflueoc., my positlo

"- .. &i. ,citizen of Dora) county praying the to be' appropriated to'Common s boot,. tk. Jep..I fhat1t7,& c..IJ .the, dof -. ,,.aa t obliyion previous;.to; her arrival. may,gite me, to keep alive! 'that spirit of resistance
other metropolitan notables adding by which animate the bose
nOw
of principles that bare been th pabulum ; aof
IPternallmprovements
of the act the' Plank .
The committee on '
: incorporating ,
.1 \ ytsfcagt : '
> TUB GREAT .. the honors, to'1 the and countrymeivand t car out laitWaUr
-1. "Koad frbm)acksooville to Alligator;. to W'homwu"ref rr the .Message of the, nll.Aa of::its. banifulexistCa.e; ,their presence. ,graces ;
: ,
;; ." and mptJrlaDT 'meau7o'jjou i
\ i Evidences 'daily\being' presented 'pf. her umbiiel.i i the former.
-
n. <. ,Th .Committee:on Schoola and Colleges, Governor on the subject of the Swamp lands a Idictie wisdom maydevise to put the'State iiTir
: ; throughout the the IornOfl of arreat city.. beautiful and .thrilling incident umentioned .
..t. ..t' It whom was referred the bill relating to the ceded to the State, made a report, expressing country o OXTG .EW. condition of thorough preparation for whaf

i '.: I"" School funds, reported a bill in lien.of''the the opinion that the field note in the SUN Union from Washington-consthui7'1 will,.bes*fl&t1Cidice /seen, ytheLegis1.* = !e proceedings i we obserje a. cnnecte She wit"Hail her Columbia'which'ao.enmapturedjll'present performance ever which may'we;happen.are engage&IaOwellhaird, Yet I J .the- cause'it ia,
the. sang
,: ':" original and recommended iu passage veyor General's office" will be insufficiintaccutelyIw'dstingusli indicate! leading men from the two that:ipetitiomBuddinn iaa'ibeen, _forwarded.to,Co),, : that"theaudienciinvoltintarily.ros by -any.'rsshneis:or: rndacretions'AiIbeseech
,
1 .' : F'>: ..: :sameieommittee' ,. to" whom 'was: referred the Swamp:lands, sections'ta have'hitherto"adhered to pt fr.m persons fn i this county,and : \'oq.to remember,.that we are now *

f .: ;' :r;;: ;.Y : .the_Senate bU1.pro'iding new,modes and they recommend::that .therefore. thealternative stitutional with an l honorable! fidelity one, also, to, Col. Brown! of,Columbia I i praying Mr>Webster n among tb'e. abram i in"one of the most, important\scent*

'; : :: 'f Inverting e' funds,.&cV reported provision j offered .to 'the,State' to principles nor ; 'a,division,of a.new, county.( that. of ,: 'wbo'bwe' gracefully the world has everkn wn. )/6 are, path*
-swerving neither to the right) hand compliment to was returnedfeelingly eve of great evCnts-eentswbcltmay' not
-i t[ f-, Co'tbe.me without amendment,., recommend.' ascertain them be adoptedanatht the Register the Duval.) We. l learnthit1e petiiipa Co)!. < onl decide oar fate'as a' nation battha\
-
to the)left,' pandering morbid prejuVdices the fair vocalist..
by, .
: l its ,. be empowered to and report the is signed "
; iftg passage survey Brown by 27 person chiefly residing fate opibefty throughout all generations. .
,
of sectionalists behind
no or agitatorr The .W not
i -S seatebrntosmendtheactre1tivetotbe. i. said-Swamplands, and that bis salary'be f&natics about Clay :' The>neto Col. hiugonpaper, are Every act.you commit is ,to become a Span

: : I, 'protection of Fisheries. ,' on the .t'of increased, in consideration this increase. have given countenance to the movement Buddington is I idg by citizens; about the tribute,4o her, of history: and for weal or for woe; into be
: : They are engaged in a noble work. remarkable distingufshed worth. felt by prosperity.. 'How important'ttenVit
Tlonda, was unanimously.passed.. of duty, five hundred nars] Black Creek and pwera'and
1 a b. "'- of the times indicate that Tbomuie .Itb pro t of that no more shonld.be "made without .
signs, they. are Miss Lind especial, guest
1"n..,committee to.whom was referred,.the A'message was received. from the. .House. Te ''ntotheripe ped w learn, to_,run the dividing line ae'tbe calm deliberation and conantatioawiibth! ; : ,
\ seedl.de to spring and her
the President and during
family,"
:r.: 1.1 ,.-. .kill.to amend the act for the purchase bythe stating that that body bad passed senate sowing tine( up Branch to-the Double Branches, wisest and most prudent four land.;" Although ..

:\!t _,' State of lands offered for sale for taxes re bills-$in addition to'the acts jiowin force in and precious' rri of public gratitudeand down those. .streams. to Black', Creek,,down slay in Washington.visited Mount Vernon, ,I feet impatient at,:delay,'yet as we
Fis as the reward bestowed by 'a it is said she '.manifested have into consultation ,with our sister
-. ported the same without amendment, recomlaeaaing relation: crimes misdemeanors; to require on'wbicio.ion' gone
-it ; : and the Creek to its mouth, J then St.Joln4sriver
make grateful people. There are without question cp ae sibUity. She was received, in States of the South,good faith dexnan4st1a*
; : its pauage.otf purchasers of State lands to pay to the line,6f Putnam
.
should wait the result of ibe
y county. we .measaras
;,-1 : .,.,. Engrossed bill for the ,payment of the ment therefor to the'Treasurer of the State; those."who"can see nothing but defection Thisjseems to. be. tb., of., what" ., Richmond with equal.eclat.. .Her first 'per, suggested by the' NasbilleConentioi.: _

;;1. Florida volunteers called out in :'1849, was enlarging the'powers of county commissioners and corruption in our G rrDm.rt.at;, pres from: 'the long 'silence upon.re it YI,' might i well fornce ci in :Charleston 'oh' the 26th.; We should. meet-them theproposedTcoI.: : '
and be slow J .t to those .The 'speaking it r : gress. But'if all, urhotiestexentionsunite ta
they'wi says '
last with amendments.The ent
u28nays3. the ,
passed -
have been considered defunct .
>
". reconsidered Homestead preservators r of national. unity and prop.ition.S ..lourt.&nr a Udt1I : 'Song,were thlSouth'phould fail* and S"Carolina.
The House the rote'referringU act amending the present Eco
L uuexpected and sttrprwing ; should.stand alone! then solitary.and alone
: ,
prosperity the meed which is, eminently loudly encored. But the of the
gem per
i
.ti i.; the Judiciary Committee thbiI1 to repeal Exemption act,'was 'passed-nays 1. their due. These cavillers 1 people of this part of ti." 'county j just.how, formance was the simple' plaintive air of let her throw her banner to' the breeze; and
of the acts now in force bill to the School can find'nothingbut : leave the cor consequences to COIL Common ". 1
:: -.. the act explanatory On motion, the relating odious upon'fEei..L that we are at a l loss to divine any plausible Romi/wit loi/whicb familiar as.it i to
interests and
to
:
epithet heap common danger'wilf'raJJ1the'otber
relation to the migration of free & Fundswas posponed.The really ,
i it negrpeeC Indefinitely sung
,
t object for far as: and most every
f has it Southern State* to standard ,
With such .Government S u-rJ oar Bal
;
before it from of
came lips
\ ; color into the State ; and the said bill was bill fixing the compensation of Tax ever been cliotent they characterize it iovt-a others hereabout are iDfO't' announcement WD." ti'melfuous | if their fatal blindneu to jhese interest and

(1t p pawed unanimously. Assessors and Collectors for county purposes consolidation 'in the Lgiilative is' the :JElT,The' says.that on the 24th she | dangers should "i induce; them ..to. Join:; the'
majority despotism, same .
k; The House also' unanimously passed the was rej cted. j a mor first indicate paper standard of our enemy, and theirenemy and
of it. fact would
absolute than the ,wielded' appfisal Tis called number of ladies, and intbe'oeenin'g .
on by a should
was
:;j Wl more particularly to define the duties of 1anJTl2.-Mt. Avery introduced a bill polity by tb they triumph, what will ,they lain
; some secresy in the movement, to ..effectsome : Charleston ttl' It will
Amuralha of Constantinople. Tbeir;eyes ,: ,at her l lodging*, ( by atriumph over their ow a
; .t -. weighers ofCotton in this State. to provide for the incorporation of insurance rmo l If"their shouts
of ufter t probably political Hotel Forest Tree at her cause. of victory shank!ascend
I ,, the are also jaundiced the of those purpos.Signer. ) a was placed.
Mr. Steele introduced a bill to change associations.Mr. t eft'or they must ascend amid the wails
and
,
r have been obtained to the petition I .
efforts my window decorated with,
and master minds whose sole : variegated lamp!
: .[ : Mode of assessing. and levying taxes on Brown presented the petition of sundry greater by who have no f such motive, and are .groans of their o"n-countrymen whose' ,late
which much
attracted attention.
the Government ba far been upheld must sooner or later,be theirs.
: 1' lands in,the State of Florida.ifO citizens of Duval, relative the formation 1 actuated f > ? i
&naLiill to amend the act securing l liens and in whom alone the 'bop of this perhaps by some imaginary' expectation 'The Sv abe after extracting the Every eflbrt has. been made.to.isolate bur
1' of a new county. of benefit. Bat
nation of millions are 'to I legitimate we cannot Cbarl toD account : State an J prejudice, her in the eyes .of the
to mechanics, overseers and others, was Mr. BudJington presented a similar petition thirty see in what respect this rn to''result. says other Southern States by holding oat. the
is believe that lt'i learn from friend who
But it
to "We
glorious a was
...1 aanimonsly passed. -which were both referred to a select repose. What the reaped"by present idea that she. wishes lead them., But.I
are the occasion that there
advantge't on was a
minds still in the endant. part
these
are a They '
I
$ Senate bill to amend the Constitution so of Messrs. Brown of = am cure ,speak h r 'universal sentimeat.
': committee, consisting our fellow-citizens i the'vicinity, of the of the performance not reported in the ape ;
have triumphed in the late struggle when I that she is
signally willing to follow
, : U topic the election of Judges to the people Columbia, Forward, Moseley, and Perry. lithe national unprecedented in Creek and Thomasville, in effecting this?- next morning. It se ms the Charleston one'other say g Uant sisters that ,will lead any; off

- unanimously' passed. Mr. Avery offered a preamble and resolutions Congress tri We have sometimes heard slight petty jealousies people have an uncomfortable recollec.tionof'aooden upon the'path of honor or duty., .All,'wt .

:.. .- The.bill to amend the act concerning roads declaring that inasmuch as the selections the proud annals of our country. They attributed to localities in the mummy* which Barnom. ask if;that in the lay and hour of her, dac-
for the of Seat of umphed in that forum; when at the outset of ;connty, palmed off upon them some years ago; and e' be assigned a"place in the .
and ger
: ;4J; highways especially county of Internal Improvement but we never met a sensible man from them before the appearance of Mam'lle LIPID they may 'pic
the the tore
the contest depression of Rtar [the flashing the "
country )
: r1 Daval.was unanimously passed. Government lands, made in conformity with who did not utterly disclaim them. We re- made a' demonstration, accompanied with guns.

': k Senate bill to provide new modes of in- the cessions of Congress by the State, had and the boldness of fanaticism weighed as I violent language, threatening to bum the
we see no reason for this move.. All
. odds against them. But they were peat Theatre. The 'it 'had bad; Tex* Optnloo.
the mighty Mayor, seems, an
fund and
the School prescribing the
resting: neither been nor rejected by '
approved deference has been paid by both political intimation of what was intended and Mr. Volney E. Howard, who repreietit's'ol
the
-
grounded public approbation they ; pre-
;' time at which the first distribution of the intemtlhenof Department at Washington,the consequence ,upon 01 the true millions of America parties to the citizen about the C.Ck,* .in l t.armS'' ,.nl,' i..Cott ,.1he.\ r.,. District -<..;

_;__ hlll h* nua J -.nn.nSm vf ...''aa. diaL 1n state is prevented from ppvkcilj* ute nominating for the General and rr.a. ,rioters p much reduced by the adoption of ,the"new_
Assembly
: Iy passed.Dee. Belling or protecting the lands from trespassers who appreciate their chartered librties the fact: Nothing, however, bad the effect boundary addressed a letter to bi.' constituenls -

.' t .,24.-A message was received from -our delegation in Congress be requested and who recognize no other means preserving the disposition of county officersand, these of quelling the disturbance, which was momentarily dated at Galre.-rtbn.en the 25tb D tim-'

'. the Senate, giving notice that that body had to the of the Interior them than obedience to constitutional are the only respects which. county local! increasing, until Mad'ile LISDmade in which be discuses the compromise! bin: ,

'E ; Senate bills urge Secretary ac law to the of the South and ties can be overslaughed and slgbt. We her appearance-and all was.'slenc their character and effects. He dues .not belong .
: passed among others -to grant tion either of approval or rejection. respect rights ,
and respectful. Such was th to,.Qiiitmau and Souls! school ofanticOmpromniaeagitators
have of the ostensible clo.
.: the right of pre-emption to who have the inviolability of guaranteed .- no knowledge reasons
persons Which preamble and resolutions were appearance that the riotous'&mon- but aecf pu the
.': settled on 16th section in certain case ';- to : passed. And.with this to sustain them they fought the presented for this scheme but take the liberty stration was net renewed." i settlement as itstanJs, corJially'and frankly.: :

' :1 '' require,purchasers of State fands to make. Mr.Avery,from the Committee on Schoold battle.: They. achieved the victory. Then to caution our Whig! friends against,the as an honorable busis.'for p.icficalioa! alike* '

:,1 .t payment therefor to the Treasurer of this and Colleges, to whom was referred the bill spoke the hoarse voice .faction. be. system of gerrymander for mere, political SOUTH CAROLINA. country. ,, 'f .
.
ain His objections to the admission of .
Califor
the walls of these purposes, and under the mere, influence,of this State J
of on
State.Senatehbill for the establishment of two Seminaries of Congress, accusing I The Legislature adjourned nia rested 'on scruples a*, to the'mAnaer,'of

-1 to alter the mode of redemptions Learning, in fulfilment of the cession by champions of surrendering vested right I politic defeat. We have heard the prediction Friday, the 20th nit..having passed thirty- forming the State, the irre uIaritTe* orth'convention

of lands purchased by the State for Congress for Seminary purposes, made a report and of succombing to the pretty dogmatically advanced,thatit is two acts of which four, with the followingtitles ; and the want of a J'r specific
Northern and the last time Whiggery is to in Du- authorization by Congress but be i ia .
taxes>.was unanimously passed. : The fund arising from the sale of power presumption; but witha triumph ,' are all that possess general interest satisfied that
I consciousness of of ando val county; this project be the foundation no possible regulation could
bill of the several
Senate amendatory acts Integrity may
purpose : '
< the Seminary lands on the 31st October, 1850, have changed the result, or madeCiIifOiji14 I
:: sow.in force In relation to the appointment \ $46,954 44. The committee think this act, the people have been appealed to, and for it; and as we have always said our An act to provide for the appointment- of anything but a free State.. Hegoesfurthe r'.

; ,.;. - and duties Auctioneers. was rejected. amount makes it the duty of the State to have cheered them.with the acclaim of "well opponent have an old longing( for party Deputies a Southern Congress anti to and coatetiJs4hat the'more probable 'result

: .;Senate bill in relation the boundary line oat the design of Congress and that done good and faithful servant I" From the success' notwithstanding all ,their deprecations call a Convention of the pop!!,ot 'l i would have beea,.had' California hen -dj-

; carry we hope that, .in the absence'of State. tAn vided,to make two free" Stated-'i inntead 'of
'St. Lawrence the Rio Grande
to the motives
. between. Georgia and Florida, was unanimously any
good policy forbids the erection'of costly act to raise supplies for the year,com1jjencing one.,_ He goes still farther, .and
exprese*
.
.... good reason for the scheme of; the
and of these dividing
measures
great .
: .'It.1"1" buildings, or founding costly professorships. Compromisers October, 850.* his doubts "hetherthesuccnsfQh aJjais-

.'.-, .i Senate bill to amend an act providing for They also recommend the passage of resolutions have been passed upon-and nobly shave county,, it will find no tolerance among our \n act to. provide for the defence. of j sion slavery into California., would net

; I.- the'purchase on,the part of the State of in the Senate the they been sustained by the Rational Union- people. We are confident that'a expression -: State. have been extremely injurious tot&eplaat.
.. adopted calling upon will to our' delegation" I An act to apprpration for the year ing interests antI,a speedy cau,e.oit. the"
; : ; .," lands.' offered. -. for sale for taxes, was I.unani people of the counties to enlarge the fund loving, unsophisticated People, numbering in go up strongly commencing mak abolition of slavery in the border State -
: counter-to that in favor of the move and I Oober J85.Te
alone ,
uljpa85ed. their ranks not the humbler classes,
IIi by contributions and express the belief that "Police was rejected in the With these opinions of the probable effect

':4 r' .Notice was received from the Senate of with the aid 'of the county authorities the but also the brightest intellects and gigantic that they will be eonvinc of the impropriety House by a vote Bi"of 61 to 43. ; of tlie! exclusion of California or ,Its- .lo

. i!1:1Ii/ the passage by that body of-a bill giving Common School system may be put in ope- souls of our country. We admit that in of giving it support.REPOItI' .. I aba with shivery successfully established,

':! :.'. to the Alabama and Florida Railroad Company ration in the winter of 18512. The some of the paltry political games, local al l. it is not surprising that" Mr. Howard .shoaU.be "
committee "
.
ON FEDERAL RELATIONS.' Cong..lana glad to have hIs about,
:.f 'i 4 the right to extend their road into Florida as revolting as they are the House the 23J nit scruples! form;
In
highly commend the object of the bill, Janes desprate We shall in our on ; a joint overruled, and should be'wdll g to acquiesce -
I .t ,with chartered privileges; a bill to as expressed mainly making the purposeof have given the appearance of publish next the Report resolution, explanatory of the act granting .cheerfully! in the admission. of..California.

:: ". amend the several acts now in force i in relation the.Seminaries the education of Teachers, course of these patriots; but when in one on.Federal Relations made from Committee II bounty lands to officers and soldiers .for past -.

: in ,salts. the of has by Hon. Walker Anderson in the Lower In regard to the Nevr Mexico and Utah
: pleadings and foi instruction, in the addition to the case ripple displeasure wet the services, was reported, and a. motion w
; : ., On motion, the of the Governor, soles of their feet the billows of indignation '. House. It is bieli .an argument distinguishing bill be thinks the South has obtained all
., ;. message ordinary course, in the Mechanic arts, husbandry public made to suspend the rules t enable the that it asked in the law and! the :appli ation'
the right of
: ; relating to Faith Bonds was referred .to the agricultural chemistry, &c. have overwhelmed their enemies. secession.from.revolution House to receive it; but another to adjourn of,the_ law under the constitutodmaygo : Slavery;

;'. : Committee on the Judiciary. The committee recommend the passage of Webster and Cal may have met the rebuke a in favor of the former in certain prevailed by a large majority ; and the House there,'and will, in hIS oplnion, be.

.*T; .Mr.Anderson offered a preamble and resolutions the bill. of the abolitionists at home, and Clay, Fobtr, contingencies;but rcommend acquiescence adjourned till Thursday after the'Christmas fully protected. '
I that-our forefathers with in the Compromise measures. It recommends The greater part of the letter is. however,
;. declaring The Governor returned unrgned the bill and Downs may have encountered. the ma. holiday. .__ devoted to an enmanation..d' the- Tuu'Boundary

;, t;j, I' : a vise;forecast having made.a munificent amending the act incorporating the Atlantic lign shafts of kindred ultraists in their O\V preparation for those contemploted The Cholera In J bill. The point of honor nved.

.:::--1 .-. proriai.on for, ;,the education of the 'rising and Gulf.Railroad,Company, it was passedover section-but' the American pplt knowingno threatened events, and is accompanied 'by The accounts from this"island.e of the 1 rav the recognition of the title! of Texas, to..thJ

: -' -c: generation,'by the appropriation. eYer the veto :ot, the, Governor-yeas II, North, no, South- \ Massachusetts resolutions recognizing the right of-a State of cholera horrible in the eztieme'As territory disputed, Mr. howard thinks the
are ,
.v;i* V'1f aixtecnth'section of ,the public,lands rfor the nor Mississippi, when the gloriesof to secede.in -case of:violation l of the Fed age bill extremely.favorable ia. ereipoint.of'
the New York
nays7.YeisMr.
Express says,-'humanity view to Texas and contends that
'- : /1 eipportofcozniron Schools; and many of cue common country are ,tarnished by the eral cOmpactand a bill for calling ,a streagth-
; ; 'President, Messrs. Avery, Site shudders at melancholy story.From: ens both Texas and the South in their slave
' : --J5w:d- those sections being worthless; and as by a Brown of Columba: ; Brown of Hiilsboru', peril of her civic:defeQderbayt coveredthe Convention jn-ce contingencies..:.j; most of the parishes the intelligence is that interests, anJ he fortifies this position by aaf-

': : :-f late'.decision of the Commissioner of the Forwardjonnson, Maxwell. Moseley, Perry, "Well-Deserving" with the panoply.'of. all circumstances,'the report will be looked extended inquiry into the'nature of .the:.soil)

't!'rt.? General Land Office it is held that there are Stewart.Taylor. their and confide to posteritythe upon with favor as. moderate and firm, the deaths art e numerous, the corpses and the character the population 'OD thg,.
Nays-Mesrrs Austin,Baldwin, Budding- aecionS yi cannot be burled and are often not even'.bu. Upper Rio Grande, and the effect of exuting-
. f BO. .sixteenth sections for those portions I their fame. exist as to the le.
" 1 ton, Crawford Finley, McMcllan,.Smith. scred whatee'dJerenusDy ried., In one parish, it is said, one third; ,in laws upon them, concluding with the' aver
.f't t ;'iJrtf .f- :the State included in the Arredondogrant New England is speaking in her Union sewaD. 'p.ODi of the an other, one fourth of the population have ment that it must be apparent to every can-'

,.l ttF ':, and For u' .purchase, whereby thepeople 1 1IrrERlIA.L I meetings for the observance of the Law, and compromise are, we think, t and fallen before the The did mind that it is Hrithout the !least found.

!" .' .. ::. residing on, these grants are deprived IMPROVEMEWT LANDS. I Peace New York has spoken the same wrpngly characterized. "scourge. Express at n'io fact and little leu than wilful ,mi..',

:; .,'1f r of DtU1y3OQOO acres of'lands which have We notice in the Senate proceedings a I fo ; says: representation of a 'measure which laaa'

. '' r--- :- to commun ication from the Register of Public voice ; PenDslvania the fey..Stone- the J.: FOSTER'S. r At last dates, it,,was thought :the -diseasewas strengthened both Texas and ,the South'JK,
this meritorious
: been most .LCa.
: ;i appropriated Federal Arch is also -. ," 'j their slave '
> < Lands, made in response to certain inquiriesof a 'Rok upon on the decline,, The .next(intelligence interests,1 repeat thtjallrpKtioa
" ;4,; :' object-resolved,"that Congress .solicited, the Senate,stating that t under tie present they.Constitution! .still:rests-for her jurists The lecture delivered by this gentlemanon we baY will announce we,. hope. ,., that it ; that Texas has transferred 'slave '.tanv* -

.,:-'f: f. ; : .. te make,immediate provision. by law"..whereby preemption'system,, the whole amount"of and her statesmen have arayicUbemseln.in ,Saturdayevening last, in commemorationof !ha entirely ,disappeared. 'I I tory to free,soil.. '- ;

-f ;}! ',' all such worthless sections may Internal Improvement Lands sold 'is 11,439 the ;ranks of the Union "and of Law. St. John's Day, was numerously,attended What a'strange career""this''mysterious; I '- .- -1
acres, and that it has been fold at$1 1,580 59 visitant has ran, the two' this PievitTbcTallahaseee .
,
by large of both yean paoft '
; It
relinquished, and other lands better suited sexes was
i : j4
: : : ,:. or an average of one dollar and three mills The fealty of Maryland'il known to all 1dienc continent and the islands adjacent! First i it Sentinel states that a
I': : : <., : to the'object of the donors be selected, .in of which' the Her listened to with marked attention, and; all the States ; ,
deducting in and
per acre; expense men. sons are. loyal to the ravaged Unite ,Canada proposition has been introduced in the Florida
MA : &g':: their place;; and also to make provision. for of locating, official, expenses of Register, their loyalty the Constitution, Sut present i 'cinud.tbe. I liveliest interest i in :the passing away aot a rapidly a it came. House. Representatives, by Mn.Ward
\
,.':;1 the location of lands for the same purpose, in &C., balance is leftsomething like the t to a effort.. It,w well invnt tribute'to the All last "w her of it, law, of Madison,''"instructing' the delegation
were repel foreign aggressions in
Jo .,, proportion to a sixteenth section for every little end of:nothing whittled dow TheRegl&ter other prompt benevolent and Ia. and works save in the ;interior of Mexico. it descends ia Congress not to oppose the repeal of
L. strongly remonstrates apnst.the troublous days, a they will! be found arl upon the West Indies, 'and goes the Fugitive Slave BJI., :This waIpropiinly-
of the Masonic
p_ j :3O1O.acres. of the said .Arrrdondo grant, 'and of h'cb with those ;, ad interspersed round '
impolicy ,injustice i system who now fight the ..victory of f" W"i to Californiawith death an J desolation met by ;a..coonter-proppsitioa from Gea.
aDd 1'orbel'purcbue, and of any other not only squanders the land, but squanders with simile and, metaphor,which in i its tiack. Its
: : Peace, against,them who upon the a ; everywhere e have Scott-tltit u the sworn duty! the dele J..
iIF4tI grants similarly situated, coming within'.the i it upon newMttlr to the exclusion.of older I Constitution :-which preserves trample it. Virginiahas once struck and gratified the attention. been many,!but proportion to population, gatibii.to maintain .the ConsUtution." .Whadsuspected ,

sane'decision of the Commissioner. (of ''the citizens of the,State.; A'man owning 160 fair portion of, the audience were nowhere 6onumerou.y\re think.,aa in the Is that the South Carolina SIlk
from .
acres is deprived all benefits from the ."spoken the Mountains Augusta bilbly'in land of Jamaica. : '
atorS
General Land Representatives, in,their desire la:
_ p., Office. law.: ,To these considerations, still another -those blu .bilIi, on':,which Washingtonwas terested as was evi c by' the intr- I "- bring' about..a dissolution' attIre Union
jhesssge was received from,the, Governor be added The ,of change of expression i .at, the close I : ,4
0 might ;'_ terms ,thIs grant ready to plant, the banner of th .infant : Niwr'rib"D' Usios Mwrnsc. Te might be induced to adopt the'readiest t mode.,
transmitting, with an expression of peculiar expressly stipulate that the lands .hal not 'and 'bid : lecture. New Havenpapersoftfie 18thcontain to accomplish that end, and either.vote1 for .
'defiance ,
be sold less Republic: : to the. world.. ; ; :.the. ,
pleasure the resolutions of the Convention at a price than the minimum fix We'l learn that Mr.'P. gi'k. or not vote. against the'repeal -of/the,'fugU..
numerous names of about ,
thousand
ed by the General Government., Moreover, And the voice of Virginia for the Union ba two. signers, to the
of Indiana : : T I tive'law. BqC"'e had not <
sustaining the Comprois these lands were all granted the people of and the Constitution.! .Kentucky has spoken : experiments and,l tars n r .Chemistry .Ufo. i Union meeting to be held in that such an idea'vrar'harboured supposed in Florida., IM

-;,!-:- measures;; also. resolutions! of a r simi this State for,certain purposes, to accomplishwhich in the grateful homage bestowed by'her Legislature and :other. aienw-Jn manr.ii.ies :of the ctyla Tuesday'evening The call.goes Mr. Yulee would .not greatly' surpre. he
; j character! : from the Convention.of the opleT the State Government is a trustee for South'and' West. A '
Mailaiid.IIf p the sale of the,lanJs' and the disposition ,of upon her distinguished 1'0. .Indiana r sonsnnlar ; sustaining the,compromise in all,its parts.country by acting,as ]Ur., .\vafdlavrwoaH.. .
of :
.:'subjects''here j : would doubtless' be instruct hina"tovact bat shall be
The Tie we
the proceeds.- The.Register, therefore well has sanctioned the Compromise mea ures. w,Haven.Register accompanies,the ; g
, A bill entitled An act relating to .the, gratifying to ,the people of Jacksonville greatly."astonished; if 'SenatOrMOrtou 'u4,.
this I
argues that disposing of the lands ,beJow.their Tennessee has,also spoken for Concord and ,-list withi the followingremarks; : : }tr.tabeIl fir '

1IIt School Fonda, was passed:yeas 16, nays 7. value is a violation of trust. So Peace 'Georgia has rebuked the incendiary and,we hope Mr F.;.may conclude: to favorour I. ",As.'citizens< 6f ANew ;Have ,' -wO feel. repeal of the q 'iet1y.by'fugitive' and J (Y..-'witnetbs/*," '*j.

$J M( JfeJMV-MrxBennett'lntroduced: a. 'bill. it seems the Jaw makes the' State. falsetto spirit reared, ,its form,wjlhln community. ,with... 'dissertation. that prot-9! the goodly array of names.which AUntS.. :" of
.
hicb :
fund well .
the
Ah en as as tbedoDor. herlor.borders '
F p eatitled relation to licenses.Mr. ; Beyond a Intcresting.field.i appear in today's paper in favor,of the Union "
i :: doubt every-acre of this; 11,439 sold,' is 'He Conventoo'ba'cr '
Scott list' '\dembcrats
i i meetmng-a '
-'c introduced a bill to make uniform worth four.times.the amoust, realized from with ,an',enduring honorFlorida ;r-- : -rrj r- ? and ;whigs, AsTaid? DuaiiTh1Mob
\ endorsed
s1 the mode of VETO .MESSAGE., "n comprising a large majority ofilLth legal Register of .
.
.State lands.
; _- selling the sale, and should the present system continue the cause, i in the election of"her} voters ofthepwnand niere ntlle'aricS .Tbuscfy'D1ominjy' "
- 7 Mr. Steele introduced go theJ 30th ; me ore pained to fearr thata. ,warrant o(.arrest
the on
a hill to amend the 500,000 acres Internal Improve 'Te Gveror comuDiet chanic : f
cb interests and the
,
'
newly Iearnediuvf'es
\ the ions.
',. lets sow in"force relative to appointment ment land will amount to nothing as macb'of. pr 'tii'T o j ( .amenJatory"bill It evinces the soundness'of'ihis was iasued.eaIerdayrnumning agiut Ea1u
lone star, not only, voice, in community .Greene, late Secretary of the Fremia's. Isnrane .
'
|
that located is in of
reality little _value h i
1ttre AtIan
: -t
duties incorporating
: and Gulf on
tod of'Auctioneers ; Railroad I great'political '
; ,. question, of the' ,
and the ye'1best it seems is taken at a dot* unison Georgia: but as a < .and' determination 'day; Co. of:this' ,,dty! ; as .waultcr.1I
I ., tt,_ Ggef preientt&the petition, ofeertaia Is.:.' The GeneralAseewbly, however l''will to the"late Fond .Company, 'The. message1uwei;; arn from our to'tt bf'tbe com* that Institution '.a.'\llft inyoh:,.-Den. '
citizens : party compact; b the Floridiaidrew promises of the constitation "at',''uy'And thait :half. iu, :warrant .
Nassau country praying the modify the law at once. .p for quite an annimateddiscuMion :, tapitat :Thsj! ; was.
:, ., ified ii by her represertativesaedpedplAIl ; every hazard. :Tbec.people: : .
removal of ....1' *"'t' --- ,JD \wb rI. .are rifAT'oa issued at the instance oMh Presideot of the
t : Jh'COllnt.aite,,also, ,a. conn. -- u.tbe ,ea'uw'of Finley and this subject fcrnee Tiave. we.-k O\Yn'.i
,
,
Union .ebez
j. .. -4.4 l rJpeti ti!onthVsime ibl:_... JJfcfc. Elwo.dP'hliar. k : momentum.. .tJu..C1Y, ball: onward.Eieeitiuipowekot .<' Baldwin i i in favor.oftheveto. .,,;andCJ'onvard, general,a desire I.to p.rticipmt..ini.pnblic; compa Element.yan4can1zmnsacharg.of'The defebdattrwaa* COrniUe4
-The .
u
j ji, ? -MrAnderson; 'made a' lengthy "EII wood Fi.her/the'editor'of the Southern I ; <-v" Avery and Itf ax well against Ttrticipaud.; I movement as oa fbis occasion;ft though .it' l jail, whert h, vrillremxSa. until he.\.D.;b&z

. I Report froa tie Cbmmittee daFederal Rela. Press, when a'D\elllber'of {he.Ohio Legislature the 4or: rt1tD v' ?'Tv--,,-- .- "". '.*-.r.< .-b. rf "*' -- } probable., that many have not;:been. afforded ready foran,.iave satioQof.thsmatttf."' ;.
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.-: "- so.re.olatons} opoa-the, slavery qae marriage;pofroegroef-; mulattoeswith tochange Jiapdsv ',The people are ; their 'names, -to',the; call,' More than one J''"c-- ,:' ',-J '\"'i.f -.r.f' f'
; u{ '' ';; I DI ind e",bill providing for thecallof a whites, and 'ht iow.iihia; .Prett 'deftndj> :oeconung I letUrJfrpmanesteemeifriend, :.i In Madison: hundred persons signed the call in bur office W am, J.eorm' "

:: : Ceonnliod o'epaopecfthe-Sze-'la. .. ._ ..IB--'. that,vote,:and 'maintalni, that, the, Legislature alive ,totherresponsibilitn t question; I,"SuJohny Semina t'of>le ng J.goingeddJt1sUcces8i1 !last.evening. t ] lf b _"_Cbartestoriwrztmng.tothe.. ; editor. t .
t 4 tneet of'" oD has They are,on iting together. ( b .idirO' I IIiIfWIKi, ... : ,:.1 '
.' '" ,' no power t1 prohibit,euch;.marr ; no longer problemaU, '. js ; .,-.. -. -. : L ;..1. '
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.I .: : SE A.TE'' ,' "-N.i: 'j.-;.0.1 it:.'Crll4nl. ;..'' ,4 '' ;.{; ') old:parties areVeakinjjandbeing, : ecattered r I ical.v) :/IU'dpabtless bet c1odoQ triumph ,:'Information has been received the:.DsJpartment "...DW. S. !'

aii- oid" {' -r .Mi.I1"D1' 'F1U 'Ho\" : 'Ct anothe" ; phases fif:the Democratmeets, ,\W>&anlUi .:'sacred :fel- :lit i fa. ii.- .t--'--- ) ,of State'of'the ,Issuing'of:;: order ." L o '',..:. .

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:attending Its cJ)"ber ''. IP3ond .t&-aat._ 1V ahlCity._Oct._ i3i80J&L't ., -GA1XOWAT and trial ot...
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_-. ." -" :. : 'e n. ETUBNS Wthank*to 'all friends'iw the =..ftI1 ..... : 'I .
interesting and. important 'featnre '- LISTVPLETTERS .THE' BRITISH'PERIODiCALSir Ann has received am** MeOWK1d < fIIIrtaer.-I't ,

I was the: 'open formation i ,, E.\lA.aING bf THE POST o TIc- ..r.'JJ.A, ., -; friends baiinestlaiUilsityml8aS,*adwwnJdsUUtobJs Uslato it tee to UM ef this eonsideration Academy _
,and the MUto generally,that during
"PriTt,: The Milledgtville Rec Jacksonville.;Fla.,December 31st, 1830 r : '. rrp visit to London&Dd SeoUaD4 be has acquiredvariowtlmprovemcstswuneeUdwith who may iii asbw>ea P..t.hacI1e1 J"-e .. _
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,Man 'Moore Frances : $ MltblIse*of letso=*or,3 e.4 1.1t.. -
:3iusaadIoat&c.,1 :.DYING AND in40 Selct.al
Committee composed of the med Noan 3 Eky,Manney ".'. ,i ii. FRENCH CLEANING, $ eiltm. to' u&".' ",
and now defunct .parties, was ,Horatio ,), Charles FMichall ,i.. : ."N : ..Got4mmtt .N":.Yoirh1OTINtE .. wLIclubethztswj :eaable Wm:to;give'gcaeralaiisfsctioa .,'aadeltlt ttat.-'e., _._ft', ... a-
to. -354 A.-4, Stephen t r-iUfahthe" four : to aQ who aujr 'rJeast.',to_favor Ua A 1mT. 2
to the BrlW -
present assemblage Simpson < Mcclure David S. '. HJsh: .Quarterly Reviews-and.leading Black with their-.t-a .;" .' ,_ .sw.-. :,. i 'f,
of the great:Union CoD ituli ,Enoch-S., Mason;John Magazine;'in addition to.bteibo.h, wood's I Ladier silk and wooka Dresses,-:Shawls, SuL .TM---aUeatLM'1fmM Ji'-\'i&.1 ..1'f. J'- .. S1d 4
now'foamed all"orer the Unon, 'hu W ,Moore,Tobiu ly commenced the publication tf reeent i fl aaed..4 dyed ftrioa olorl aD U lOgITS Od deportment of the raw t *
a valuable t. tw 1
; ) formed for Georgia. -' ] .. ithelderd. Morse.JoaephW 2 work called the '- AgrfeaUunl Tttis icti ai.:,Table Covers cleaned or,d7d,>. ..tM'J'.. j J _
Win s-t 'Margin,las W, -1 .ybere<)mir d. Gemlaa..pnIIdS renovated theledis.vicialtef a
Committee adopted and i uJorme the { ',
GUIdI II1q.OfiaS.
.,Antony Munaon Asa 10 Scientific and-.Practical la thosaoM good stylo as formerly;s*U not tolsjsurpawed Ce.Tt-LWiI7;18. S
near trW
Report and Besolationsof the & MannJobaB ; 'Jtgriculturel. Vy. aay dtfne at the Ntrta, *r dyed as may be Wae.In._rset bss '.
.asthe ground work: of the .J ZyiphaNub/ Wilmet B,Ikcz STxracn t 'F.B S., if Edinburgh may required.'4>adiea*,.:boused dyed. Waek. be dh1do bits tt'cbslastlayeswm n-2 -. ,,

recommendation was uDanlmoJ ,Frank Noitrand Mr author or Ute lIooIc f 1M Fan..."oko...;., cleaned and pressed In a superior stylo., J.a&a'aDd 1ft moM,aeTb.. lid .. "'f -

J to by the meeting: Great ,Lake. Ogilvie Mrs lilted by John P. Norton AL A.., New Haven Gea Um n's Kid Gleftl.' "'after 'thmost .I1ae--.oD4J4.iaJuary:_ Li,-' ..
the of cordial .Philip-1 .Oaks Samuel Professor of Scientific. Agriculture' ia Yale Col- approved London fnbiou._ end before the Neon4 Monday In J..n.ussad ,. _
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spirit- -
fraternity ,Emelia O'Neill John kgs&c.- : Mr.. U. KUCI fcas been apoizt.4'Agnt for to uIuIinee on Uae IeCDII4 Maakyls"P 4
characterized this assembly, Miss Polk, Robert' 2 -aia bipJf valuable work wm -eomprlM two the abote stabUhmeiitr sad will attend to the sad e.d. Friday hefuro,IheseeSad Msnday dil,

it was of very many of the leadin Benjamin C Pinner,Wm large royal octave volame*,-eonuininr over 1400pap rocepUoa and delivery of work in Jacksonvm and December .allowing B.short nnstlnn st tint,' Send .
both the old parties; a cordiality Lewis II Parham, Kobt ErterSusaa with*It$ .r splendid steel engravings tbe samundias_": Term moderate.' .fonJi NSis. au.awill be required.I : ....
; of and which PeUingill B GParkhurttt and mont than OX)engravings. on wood, .in the 101 h21.1SGOt. -' :tut t. 1 1..tbr.. "arM \'>;"
feeling purpose, in ", France. Adams highest sty!.t th rs mllltr&tiDI almost 1hi. !U fft4orthjt..r -- i... ;'.
) ensures the triumphant success Uorario S Ryder, William implement tol husbandry now fa BM by the every but PEOCLAMATION BV' THOS. _flOWGQTEftNOaOP ,S4- -..... ,. Ii I.
party, and the great purposes ,Jno B-3 Richard Lnrindree farmers UM best meUiod ofplo.ghing,pUntiuft ,5- .1A1fbIiio': a. > : -
; : Natb H ShanklinJI>< bmrvertinxIts.., Jta .,.the Vv rioBs Si / FLORIDA.VIKTHEREAS 5- ... 1.f., '1ir. .J'* .)r'iP S
e t8oirnali -S :- --5- -6..r-.1 % r--.
fh" triumph of 'IbtagreM:iJit l Nancy Smith, tIM- in their eat perfection n..1bor tbe .' it has ben mad knew*to BM peI'.uhOII'6' ",.. "... ,
James C Sagut,Elizabeth Pictorial feature of tbe book i* Unique, and win YY. that OZIAS.THIGPEN was committed -'Artthmetie' ogrepny,En "H""rl :
party throughout the Anthony Sewel Robert render it !of.I.-1eaJabJe value. .t4t Ute nat, of to Jail ia Ue meaty Marion la Out State; Hlftory, Coapoctioo,* ..,.i .
believe the perpetuity ,Mn' Thornton. Phillip A. a - ou the 4th baIL on the charge of having broke Alajsbra, Geometry Plain ned 8ihseimI. -. r- .
; ,Jno C. Vorbee-Pit The r'b into and robbed the Pod'. of TrigoBometrr,Mcnmtiem r
and the maintenance of the. nl published ia Semi-moatbly Oala.aad S ef WMe. < ,
ndll. Its first and ,Takler Villalonga Etq 2 Nwnben. of 61'p&g-ea each.ezeluively of the that fee has since escaped from jail aid isaew a &,ag.& tnrvicf ::.
leading
Charles Williams, James Steel engravings, mad fa told at 2S eesu or fS fugitive from justice i ". Conk&ettusuThreuiiJ if '-
; ax a brother and coadjutor, ,Jane Williams. PriJcUla. t for the entire work ia amaben of which then Now.therefore I,THOMAS BHOWtf,Offv- Calculus N&t and Moral .. .
of the North, South East, ,John L Wyllie Alezarder 2Weakfaul. win beat 1e..Uwent,- o.To ernor of tbe State of Florida cI6 hereby charge ;, M ': :.,

who goes for the Constitution of h Wiley G-3 Julia .;The IkWh. PeriudiealI n-publiahed.. an u sad command aH,the civil omeers of this State .ld. GiJUletcicr.s.s -
and the constitutional h Andrew Wright,John 2 f now<,vii" and call upon aU good citizens to aid and assist toentsef Cnudlsm Nafaral'Tbeep'Er1deeea .
; ), rightiof Matilda White,Capt The London f. in the apprehension of UM said Tbigpeu.and Us ..1 VbrlscIauityuj FUWsJ .."jIf_# _
Quarterly Conservative
every where-come he or be Jo,. R-2 Webb Joha' 2 The Edinbuz Review Whig.VThe" ( North,) safe delivery to the uberf2'of.the aiel"coast; of Economy J"C: Ii.t I'

quarter of the Union, we hail such William Whiting,LoeutWmB, British Review (Free Church( ,) The WMtmla-, Marion.or to,the, aherUT of any'.county.ia this TheAnciuBS Language, '- e' ,- j. .JD.i_ S

of us, with u?, and for us. This Jno M USA alec Review, (Liberal) Blackwood's. Edin State. .K. W..1'ABa. .J'nDW.w 4

I which is to save the Union, ", ,Ithal Chas W-3 Wheillev.While Uree. Robt L burgh'JVIagaiine, (Tory.:) : MEM.Said Thigpen is about 21 years of. 1f.'\ :!am8OYf"
5 feet 8 or 10 inches high-has black hair,dark :1.4 ,
one that can do it. To its ,, Jno S Wilson Mary Louisa Although these works are distiogalchej by the complexion rather square..shoulders downcast S 'IBUNTL'iU-5; :,.. '

; look as to the triumph of ,our Wm Walker, Jane political shades above Indicated, yet but a mall look,feminine voice,and speaks slowly. SBTHOAS .
,Margaret Young,Oliver W portion! of their eoatenU It devoted to political S J D.ILIIATS--- 'r; t; "
the of free ) la testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set -
triumph institutions ,David Young,Rowland M rabjeeU. It fa their literary character, which my F.lraary 14.1850. .7'. > '
hand and caused to be affixed the < 4'M4DISO
of libertyor this contUient ,Abel T-2 give them their chief value and in that they [U s.] seal of the State of Florida at the mat -.I S

world. It is a mighty! purpose calling for letters in the above List stand confessedly far above nil'other journals of S in Tallahassee this Zsth day of Capitol Oc- .MadixmVf. -,FeilaaJ.I. .Itif I'.,"-n" .
their class.
the Lopes of map are indissolubl ly please say they are adctrtitfd or they may Bladamad,still under the masterly toberA.D.J850.i"- --S !( CouRT < -
of 4 BO'r8J1..i'i.oliiAlt.1 -
and in compidson with which get them. MARK BUTTS, guidance Ckristopber North maintains iU ancient :THOMAS BROWN, S
.9..3t Post Miter.Hathaway's celebrity,and u, at this time, Bkitsiully attractive ..' Gffvsrnor. I.. = EiIn1s IA
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of mere political from the serial works Balwer and other By he Governor Attest( ,. nThoht:.A4. '_.' '._ _, ." .
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into utter i insignificance. The literary Ed1'1**, written for that Magazine, S C. Vf. DOWNiNG Secretary of&U. -
LtsTttUTIoN 1.i.
: ariorlaJU eolamas b -Ja,Great S ,. ea.f :
and
of is interwoven with n ; twY1.-G& -
our race A.
Ilazoza..i.t.t. &.
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texture,and who will not glory in KY LIGHT DAGUERREX PAV1LUOX Britain and in thetnitedStsis. Such works as r opened for the reception of PnpHs*tM seson -
"The Caitons"and"My New Novel,"(both W -.TBW and Arrival fit .u.J. "
in its creation: 1 will be .peI't.1d Mondyl3aa'usr1m4.- V .
open a sew days longer to accommo *
Bnlwer.) "My Peninsular Medal, "Tbe Green .
who have S ma"\Vl tcrC eds.- The subscriber has From knewWW
meeting chose as its President, persons enraged Pictures and oth Hand,' and other serials of which rival .t Mr.Mi.Xrs..Ihdma.f
numerous now hand and Offers for sale at reduced .
Alut of beautiful PlAS oa very superior ualiftostioB '
B. Wofiprd, and other Jan. 9. on baud. I editions are issued by the leading publishers ia prices a new and well selected stock of fall and and u well asfr Mifii BMvf ,
ample
its sittings from night to II I I this country have;to be reprinted by those pub winter goods,comprising every article ia the Dry ,UM-ffaftffTj Trustees trrt of &his-tiBcmisIs firndoary of Utclf embrace 61144success ("; )'
I lishers from the pages of Black wood, / rttft on Friday night the 13th, btt* itnud by Mean tteatt the opportunity ef reeommeadins;tt to UM BCBBB V "
4Co., that subscribers
so
GREENS TYPE FOUNDRY selected from the most fashionable boosecv He
were delivered eYery night ; I to the Reprint of that Magazine always eratioB of parcBte and guardians who BMy be d*>.,'
may has made-arranrMBcnts to hare goods strrfrt
of the imbued with tbe 129 Fulton Street Sun Building,New.York, rely on baring the earliest reading of these atfOM of giviasj tlnir daughters or wants. *Utef. :. -"
; party Jo..17 Canal Street Row, New Orleans . weekly, 1aw.Je, him to keep IDS stock curb ana rHhuxl ed1IIAIffJil. -"- .J- -
of high tonal patriotism, which J fascinating tales. eotrrpfctc. : 1i.Ii.e.j Iff Itae. -'.
SeWspapcr, Vnbllalsen PH, .,,__.
la mi met the heartiest response. and n tcr& TEEMS per annum.FonsiyonscftbefuurReykw uanaTul for the' patronage he tots reeetveVI. eittHy of the; finefMsdtfon.Court Hem*,W .
assemblage. wroDdence I invite the.Trade, before .u 00 :lie assures his old friends that they can find just ef tile mod.tAd and healthy town lath* <'
there but V they purchase elsewhere-to- give.me B For any two, do 6 00 what they-want at the" Brick store;a*pries that 5oat1 s.atr7. bsIaga pj-'fl.s.f.hiek, >, .
Convention was at No.133 FuJtcnut.reet.Ne. York or at No. For any three' do 700 cannot fail to rait. He would ey to those ir'1tiDteaa ttral and intellectual culture equal U BByJacW- '

Indeed, we do not believe street Row, New Orleans where I am For all four of the Review, 800 .WbZi27stu1 United SWtet .
1 ; single set speech made faring its to famish them with aU kinds of BOOK AND For B1aek ood'. Magazine, 8 00 wfflinr to show 2 Ia this t1itiG. 'the wholeEonr; efifin1/ '
: AH of this'character which True of the newest and most beau For Blackwood and three Reviews 9 00 that they cannot be beat.- The stock consists .of Lion will be thorough ;and thepermitted OfUmrD

style. I am also prepared t.e I the much For Blaekwood and the four Reviews 10 00 part of c U pass ever any study without ttj tf-.
in tbat of incidental
to
body, was an Scotch letter having lately procured For Fanner's Guide (eonpkte in 2ZN..) 6 00 Colored and Black rifts plaIn:and figured of Mate acquaintance with 11.' This nUt be 4ps F
and spoken more in the way of Scotland a series of these beautiful faces all every quality; English, French anj American ally the CBBT with the exceeding inneftaat SB*>*
i it progressed than any thing else. With every variety of form and pattern Payments to be made In eases ia advance. prints Jenny Land" BaD dresses white aad joel of Mathematics ia the dismal htmnchMef,.

at the Union meeting there was and souJ-'ou.sin I feel assured that the elegance and accuracy A discount of 'waty..re per ctnt. from the DebuM shawls worked Collars.worsted Hoods q ire Uo give thereaMM toreach*tit ovif -
warm eloquence the Type manufactured by me cannot be above prices will be allowed to (tube ordering plain and flja.ed C'mer"IOUIt' ; Testings caleulatiem."f .
; to the hear and strengthening by any Founder in the Union. By an four or mon copies of any one or more of the Green and blue Berate for Veile; white d.rail ;.JJl4UUDff'a.wmt. ,1t.ti, .. .,
.ot the friends of the Constitution new method In the mixing and casting above works. Thus: 4 copies of Blaekwood or flanne).;-botcb !DtipTr; Kentucky Jeaal;'KeY r1.and Embroidery(
the rights of the South, and the enabled to maintain the virtues of the compo- one of the Review wiQ be sent to out address tot seys;'Tweeds; White silk and colored Handlrer- lisle cars of J5/r*' Ilattaon; and thereto Be fBtW' ,,
parts of the metal and thus to produce in 99 ; 4 copies of the four Reviews and Blaokwood chiefs at every prieer Ladle and Gent's Neck utica,North or South where these branches.art t
; liberty. to an elegant, the most totid and durable for 930 and so on. Tics Fringes; Gifirp and Buttons for trimming; taa.kh.wet thoroughly or aeaUBCBlry "
Recorder publishes sketches .of, the ,heretofore offered to the public. To this 09-Orders from Cltibt tmnt be sent dirtrt to Velvet Ribbon; Kid Gloves Bonnet Trimming The strictest aUentfcn wSl.be pAid t*the'H'moral sand
!I of Messrs. Toombs and Stephens feature I would in particular call your atten the .uil m.-as no discount from these prices Silk Gloves;Plain and fancy Work Boxes;Vases; general deportment of tk -yoongf.

contains a noble appeal for the for solidity and durability of Type is, on can be allowed to Afpnt French Extracts; German Cologne; Knives,Scissors whik.the same time,every thing T...
i Constitutional This is the pnneiple of economy, of the greatest Impor. : Money, current in the Mates where issued,will ; &c;&e.; with may other articles .. influence will be a*carefully avoided.The ., ;, -
Party. to all typographers. The members of the be received at in the fancy line, too numerous to mention. .
scholastic
par. ef tcnBdeatfeb 5vkIa'Biirt .
tc beginning of a movement which will also fad me ready to supply all kinds of! bRemittances and communications shocll fe>-Can and see4WM.. P. DEWEES. wo SCSBOBS of fire year months .eh. .The first*B- -

Ia' some time. foreseen and in 4J Orricc FirKxmme, fur the establish I be always addressed, post paid or franked.to the Od 19-24-If !lieu commenced on the second Monday ia Ja* aty '. .

we are prepared most heartily to complete Printing Offices such as Presses Publishers LEONARD SCOTT fc CO.,.." -- : >and W end Wore the second M BdT ir 1ne.
l cause until Type fTMM*, Stands Brass Press and 79 Fulton st t N. 1'.,entrance M Gold st DRUGS CHEMICALS,:&c,- Theseevnd to c *II the aeeen /' .,
May the go4 prolfer .Imposing Stones Composing 8&.ieb Jan 9. fa July, sao sal brfoW the ssese4.Wondai

'fI'1.achieves its noble pbj aDdV 004 G&11ep; ,flglcts Closet Itacki TO. j>atr ciA!9* DU gmSTs,ltD December." Pupils| 3& enter at -slny ttss'r'd S _.
sacred In the eyes and HC y 'IV JUllIT.-Four Rooms tU1eyhacnnti1theeaIdthoMim4-3' _
jr"g large cuvNTflTSSJtnClLtNTS. -
Recorder c'C' Type taken in exchange fur new at 9 cent* ROOKS derive ? .. .f"
of all the people! The rent with furniture if de red.- Pupils greaadvBBtage,baw.verby'Iaton. (." -
The trade dealt with the liberal ,. '. KEELER fc .
en meet RO.1DOSt'r
!*DC They are In a pleasrnt situation and will be rented I Iy inc at the Wjfmaing of the ternu- -.e. -'" '
exclaim ":& triumphal) ,, and patronage solicited en the ground of singly together. Any further information ,solicit attention te their fresh stock of Yea, ladies pursuing the tan eoonewSn* 'for. :..W $5'ceive
the Union Constitutional Party ?* u the purchaser an article with which can be obtained by inquiry through tbe Republican EngHdh, French German, and American Drags, diplomas er eertiflcate gradaatiea ".,, _,
-it will save the Constitution, the be pleased, and which will bring him the office. Jan..-' Medicines,Chemicals, Paints,Oils Dye Staffs, .
the rights of the South and the cause *i of his money. Glassware J'erfinnery-Pateut Medicines;&.- ;cotne-0f5ttTt7bf.. :. -.
"*f Printers wishing te establish a News OTICE.-Afl indebted to the Having opened a New Store Ne 294 Market st,
we heartily hope, and and Office persons estate The rrmtff itflrU'lr divided hi nfs sTsisti/f
} pray r or Job Printing. will be famished .L. of the late George B. Reab, deeeved with a fully supply of Fresh Drugs and Medicines '"
now and forever." an estimate in 'let<**! of the cost by stating are required to make payment to the undersigned, ,we respectfully solicit country dealers to examine S fkt, StadiU ff'AtJmveuHe. .Dr'/di.-i"' .

ofuaper and kind :f war* to be.ueellted. and aft persons having demand against said estate our stock before purchasing elsewhere Spelling,-Beading;Writing, aid_IeaW Adsht
Ra. k, one of the United States Sena- of Newspapers wn. will insert this are requested to present them properly] at. promising one and'aH who may feel disposed to metie. ., ."jc

Texas: is said to be lying dange- lement three months anj t"1 d. m* the P*- tested within the time prescribed by law. extend to us their patronage. to sen them genuine Fint CZase-Redl4i5peflin4-Ma4era GteJf. .
!; ill Va.MARKET. containing it addressed to "A. tl's Regis- .Y'I>. HOLLAND, Drags and Medicines,on as liberal terms as any p .tGni.'Wnthtki.-d .
at Wheeling, New York will be paid ia matenJ1" of *, J&], 1851. Administrator. other house in lbs city,and to faithfully execute ffrfnnii (Ian 'AriUmif : .) -, Stat
the all orders minuted to us, promptly and with do *
,provided they purchase six tuuN -S ;Botany Ifeftaii Geography,with the BSB*f JV
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of their bills for advertising. DENTISTRY. spatcb. the Globes Parsing Exercises' History ef Ua '* .
H. H. GKEEN One of the proprietors being-a regular Physician. UnitedStates.; Watte the.., RhcUcicsl .
No. AMBLEa intends making a profes- affords ample guarantee of the genuinequality .
123 Fulton st-New York and D'11. .Reading, Spelling,and Defining* ;_
Dee. 14. :AH descriptions of Ameri No. 17 Canal st.Row: ,New Orleans. 1 visit to Alligator early January, of all articles sold at their esUblithment.. Jimtor Stmdia Algebra, egrapb.C.6i. .

advanced an 1-8 to a 1-4 others 9. 8m ud will pa from there to Suwannee Springs, We respectfully. invite Druggists and country Heavens.Woreester' History. Analytami".
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NeWD&DIrlDe ikala, and other'place i.direction. D thai merchants who may wish to become Agents for ay,Parsing the PoetsResuug, ,Essay WiitiBf.. '
Sales of the week ) bales. Rice ;
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i Penous wishing* JlfLTS?*. will .-PrKerler'. Celebrated Family Medicines. (daily.) Composition Wrdin&Rtncsseir *- -
: 18s. to 18s. 6d. Naval Stores firm.- The Globe. r please give him notice at.* e places. (standard and popular remedies,) to forward their- -. ; M .

: Consols Arm.97 3-4 American Provisions Stocks et.- ), Agricultural and Literary ,.I December, O.. y address.Soliciting the. patronage. or'1 we myect-- iF AT"< ftR'S: ,0
Sugar nn- '
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Nt paptT. NOTICE. ,ran remain ph,,and Latin, (optional)LhIlyEyjtfn- '.- .
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KEELER tBRO.
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mpontioa.General Review e/fiUdk f- ;
undersigned submits to the public his HATING purchased of Dr. F. W. Sam*! ,, Wholesale Druggist*No. 284 Market it, 'nucts Oj ** -. -:. .
11.10 P. JL At New York Tcmox.
31. to-day proposals for the GLOBK and its reports for : ?Biu HAMPTON and his > .. '. r. .
1-8 to 1-4. 1,500 bales sold.- session Congress. Congress has now NANNY, with her five children, the reward of- pta27-11 Pli1l1dt1pl- tL.. JarennDepartm : ,'
: patronized the undertakingthat it ered by him will be paid upon their delivery F"rmc jIer.Id..t
established as a standard work worthy of me,or thely-'counnemmt in any jail In OH *tate. DS'I irsttf adottst..-Tb* Secoud C1uI ;
Dec. 14.-Cotton has advanced 1-8 imprimatur unless the unddrtlifned fails e-. K.H.DUKE.Palatka :NEInb.cnlbGTMeftfdl/ rufonni th'pttbli* Junior Studies S
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ibth a quarter)and the market closes duty. This will not be the case If earnest ;E. P., Dee.8l, 1830. UDuvd generally bat he baTnW osi hand a #aeHl a* &ni.rtu4iei, '!. ,-; K..J.. -

.'. dulL The week's sales a- can avaiL The GLOBE is the only paper sortmeni ofBe *r made 1thiag! tng4 ito M M-si U61hitruiaent>Wi Piano,' .-..H- .- :-.-'. -,"*,$iL.ThkWinkanPilnlbt .:. S "-
Rice will furnish full reports of tbe proceedings and County Tax CeUntoft Sate. hll order, and of the best JUte .llSt2 ". :. .-e'.
to 41,180 bales. at 14s. :FWit .
was steady 'f-
t.
of the two Houses
of .
Congress; and hav- VIRTUE of authority ia ml by law vesU of cutting eanWJt be ..urvsased.The ? ; ,-. -S '
WdnI d }
: Et61inti'c1Bri"
Coffee and Sugar Arm. rewired their sanction as such, the best Re BY ed,1.iiniiarp..for sale ia front of thl lists b part of Black Cloth Frock Coats do e S .
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RiIi
!dDfh sIa1tiach
win be ; JIJ.
to write
engaged ont. the .
debates Duval the First and Dress Figured Caasiraere and Tweed
on,Dee 30 6p.m.-Tbe sales of Cot which Court House door of county, on Coats
win
day, be LW
undergo the revision of Cassimere It peesshs& $ O :
Monday in .Ma, 1831, the following described and Uaej fiyurtd Pants whighest p ; -
amounted to 1500 bales at an advance The work, be
after
dtdoVSts ezii
GLOBE passing through property,or so much thereof; as will pay the Stateand ; black mien sad dot Vcjtaj Sbirtt, priceAttthe eigrgjir'W.4'. >
Other articles are unchanged. aDd receiving correction, will County taxes due_thereon for the year ISO, Those in want of the above articles may rest Literary aDd .oit1fi51tn rs-.
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ted in the L.
as finished
COSGXXSSIOXAL. tb.pnleeswmbeulowaaatanyestablishment the Ancient Langnges; '-
) OKLXAXS,Dee. 31The CoLton market and AmvDix. together; with all neeessar UpeUIII attending assured that .
i said sate. A tract of land tying at.the head ofPottsburg in the city,as lam determined that The-11II<adi will be mppll.1 with ar---t 2
'to-day, the sales amounting COO I debates the next win session.Tbe probably increase in interest Creek, in Dam County, bounded as ao ODe lbaUuderaeUIDtI III aa article.t the mine and Philosophical Aparernt.and a wUi4 .'

: outside prices: Good Middling, 13 1-4. the last will doubtless one subject which follows t On UM North and East by lands belong- vulue" W M.'P.:DEWEES' Oanical,Hwterieal,aadMbeeOBBCOBB.LenIr..1I

,advanced 1-8: sales of COO bads at of gnat randy,which,' in give this way progressive to oth big to John S. Saramts: on the Oath by lands Sept26-tt Brick Store,Bays< 11'. K. _Vnnl Maria tanrtit U 'aB .t**-r.l't 4
belonging toAlexander Enamor; ao4.011 tae 0- C-- ; .
Fair. Prime'Molassej, 24. Whfckey .,the conflicts of party and the ambition without bfli.c : '
place and ct West by lands belonging to }Fernandez Bisbee flgiter'. 8al .C VsJM>)I. Seal Estate. Yultloa .-eej .i-ti.ol.. _
distinction necessarily _Ha1tiermS -S
: produce.
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of Goodwin
levied the '
Upon as property or virtue of decretal order of the District .. *
interests win be. at stake upon the decisions owneruainowB. URIAH BOWDE.V BY' a adrsnon or th*whole at.tht addiSs fate tscnVv. .'c'.*
,Dee 31,9 p.m.-Tbe stock of Cotton next Congress and there Is great talent In Ju 2.-W. Tax Assessor.and Collector D.C; : Cooit-of the United States lot the orth.ernDstrletofFlerid&1 Scholars front' abroad can ovtabllMRtfC* .-?
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whie' made on the Mta d* fJune. '
as taken to-day Is 65,200 bale&L The branches will be evoked.ia their dis- y in'the family of the Principal,ox iapervstJtie : .. _
Master .
: .,All the honors of the Republic,depen 18C,UM undersigned, n Chancery .. -- -". : _. ,.
with but show de raoerccrri THE eale *in the t wm: < -:, '. ;
as compared year, a on the succession to the Presidency as weB or laid Court win offer far at public auction IU W. ., Pr-Ue* : .
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bales. the great and permanent interests which go :X.EY WETT-GAZZ.TTE: before the Court Horn,la the Tows of Jacksosv- ; > ,
vOle in tbe of Duval.on Tuesday.the lit W. A. BR1NSOH '
advancement county .
ef tbe of the S
J6 ,,
of Cotton power country :
amounted to 1000 Agriejtare Literature -
to-day Devoted
to Commerce 1. BvNr1Nffl' -
: ) give.impel, to the action of the next Con- day of Janoarv next,the foUowing 'real estate of S ... .. "
General Interest of the 4" .
an advance Cru& 12. l and the People' George. Kiagsfcy,deceased,to wit "_ :%, .r ..; S
Independent of? ':',. JK B. MAT .., .
Jan. 3.-Sales of.,_Cotton ranging. Daily Globe will be pnbluhed daily dnrinf .- DRAYTON ISLAND febrmary. 1,1SS0:2: ". ;7' ""th >"

,13 ets. year.oa Congress. ..will contain,and weekly fall and the faithful remainder re nnHE uadBrrigned proposes to publish. wider Situated m Lake George,'cwaUlnliig IM'fttfta :' : ;:: .5 S
JL the above lUte,weekly newroajw,'to be hundred (1700) acres,more or'toe-vataabU for :;
.t23. of the proceedings of both Houses of Con Circuit JUr ;
Dee -Tugraansz-'T :Court th
mc, devoted to the abeTs specified., -. its situatioMhe quality of Jts toil aad for.its or tit for 10
purposes .
been disposed of since.-BUT last Issue; ecll;and to which miscellaneous it is devoted.articles. oa. those' general, '- Having bad.many yere experienco as aa Ed- sup. ,,lemon- and citron groves. 7 -: '' ,. S in tndforjla_ ,SiniIIiI-,. '-,Ciidiil.,. ". ,:dir. :-., .. .; "".'

92 SO per bbL is o'creclloi Soft Turpen IP Wjr Globe will contain Agricultural lIon,undenigwd only refers to his former "JFIORRESTER/S,.POINT: :, eoeatj. : ::. : o --

9125per bbl. for Hail solittle, & i iaeeDaueoaa articles; and will occasionally editorial lw now career a to* a publish paraaiet.r.ha&shall be. the_ paper__ .- Situated en the St Job "River;about Axtoea 'BILLX. CI1.U'Ckt ria"1. '. ...4F. '
debates of Ida ant proposes ..
Is'difficult iosa" importance. as.command character talks PalalkaeoutainUg about.six bun riIIa.t..fii' $
what. reel'w0aJ4 siv
!Interest. -' '. .No.rue eta personal or eCe ; ro. _. :; +
less.
: ofuhe\ dred (WO) acres more_or "- I \ .
shan rer ia the columns .. .> .
appear :5
price of the fkZ0k U reduced U. '. S
dollar TIle politWparties of the day han bo treated S BUENA VISTA.S, ::1'5&thcaa. .. c. -, .
'Trammm:29 cent per gallon II ,with a view to.obtain a more general shill S tiait .et.
In short.U always '
; with strict impartiality.: Situated Forrester's Point, eonUlaiag one 8Jliarin .
acar -
,- refused, up to the arriral of the betheaimofthaUaitorto ieorhis.paper.e with IT Ita eerriI thai.Bill ..IIfP' -
lees,
Coxrarimal Globe win embody, as U has '. thousand ()aeres,4 more.or sass- .
; ; having noticed an'advance',,.la for the lad seventeen years Congressional useful Terms and t-Three InterestIng Dollars Family Journal.annum payable- _'II' tflg. *grove upoah,and. t '.J ..hlt'tf.'tWtW n:" a S : S
; ;.further advance is asked here. p*debates ueIlllit'e,. per 'JOSE'PLANTATIOJf : ".
wfll ;. --,_ the delivery of the tnt number., ; SAN ,5- taLI BiD kr'd Qe.Mrt sraofs .'
embrace the
: Sales of a few ua4nclll&rrelu&1 ; Appendix rn.ar- "t''ALBERT.R.'ALEXANDER.., SIute4Ja Duval.ooanty.outb&\River Si.Joha's i cults Provided.Tb& this Otaerkr'5
the ef of -
fit&D4 the President
: at which price U I(searee- and_fadeef United States and message the reports of the Heads of :.,. '- '_ .Editor$ndProprie_ !., six miles from Jacksonville,-containing elCoU.aa&Jaf s.iu pRIk"Wo b .w.s this 8Cm'ha.*< S

Executive meDtI..J'- -- : three hundred (300) acre more or less,of whIch -iaid Comt.." ." -' .-' :.- ..'.' .'
pEOF.W.FOSTER'S" hundred and .lftaty-l. acres Term :-''r.P'.JOS' .
about one are
-$ common from fiS ets,te.{$1 Congreaiotxil .n1', win be euUitaUoB.. a&he S ._.. .LA. -b'.
for a dwelling
"71e.U" jUceta
of .. open .. "
as fast as the proceeding Congress Casnpieie _elmplo : !.
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hos;with necessary t-bundinMlifc,IBS. ._. ., _, .', __, l. SS
make Bnbseribrrs "
lumber. expect one
B may DS.msgeOt "
FRUIT 'AND BI ,. t ;.s.J. .
FLOWEIIS
aae 15'to:. 20 sticks prime, told of each a week daring tharst four weeks The above,plaeee offer, great Inducements t4t1aes11h ,.i'o1idtnl'fer.Gd.IU T.- U.t '"'''f f' .
,. that ntrehaears.b ing ,,and pZemai4Iy situated .
Jstnorbngn;0 S
numbers of each
U. session and tweer three a .
Dee.11, J8I5O. ,' .tfp 4
afterw&rc uW tJa.oj t 1M session.- : $,the doss l tttf bBmediaUly on the River St.Jehu. wish fertile S S -S S 'p

..at t1ae Jac."I'IUe- Betel. Indexes to the Cocrtmoat_Globe ,from aature. IU ifM* lands bearing amny of tbe tropical. fruits.,some ef 5--5--- .r.J.1l'It.t- -. -< --.
: neb BtfatoI them already ia a growing state.TERMSr
Appendix will be.sent to subscribers soon at of charge as. : :
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: Lady t CWIdrea,7V2: -Servant 1zr11 aspect wil laroear lathe Tult1uu, tea dollartv For.< :i'Wendoflars. ." taJtracUoa One'thrfd ewb *alai m'one,two Bad tare* ,4, tractiaI'.. '" to -'.

.JS. c.J. H. M.'Cliach,:H .save that wkkh will bVtottd fi.,the Coa. .' The.23.-tt; years,wilk Interest,to be'gecuredby Laud.1 the. byes.tMid day i Des ,i.iL.. '_ __
A-never .U.be an : II -'- "-' 'w.&T_ SYo.4H t" e -
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; Harden 1l.c. Yr; John' C, Daniels Jf.,th%Od4OTIn1O354IIk a party i 4 COP.4BTNEBSHlP.''t) J8B.. SdIa J 1_ S S:' -
; .' .; Hilton,. & t n .- ; :eLAi.;..Je .aiJ WrM_" .
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r ; daujbter,and son, Ga,, one copy Dairy daily ; davdt1sd; by mutal.oeIeut.cURE1bNTiTU3 .. ', 2 ... .. S .
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1' WflLRUen4thedfrvuI Courts Injh Eastern r.1ketthfi'metfjod -.-- :cultural inrp! mentl. esmietsloW ;: THE.STRANGIKVJARL I

Ii Ckcnit; the Unfte State Kstrict .Covr). at SU 1' te1nfrnvl1 frinls flLretbe ifi9 & ..ebiUrvtheiuidertigned WUIIIIWUPkM -
Augustine the I'S'uprc'mejCourtafTallwaassee: .L. the Thrmerr ihe'trabUe tbetthey have greatly tincrsel/raW, !* 4
; public that he has.commenced '
gencrslljt I j719X 5; 5
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4&n business in Jackeonvffie.Eagt Florida and ed iu the Post Office,-A n" W ana handsome a rtockombraciB a"creatTarityof; r n ;

t 1rZer1ng the taper. / d prosecute Clainis fWitJecnginA nypart of oil s i patronRge-having recently visited, ioljce},' rtratntf Fancy.and Staple DryoUods-Id1k article* rcnerallyj.tif the following eharteter Jmd -

-4pm Florida against Government \Vaahlngton-; ,- PhiWelpluH] ,. Jioltinloreand avannah -at h i offers at low prices for Cash, and rospeet description! Agricultural and horticultural ;i 1 5 ? -g.
bMrftku It ; '
!, not paid Icfore the expiration InrffeaWttdMns-V of of the)nost reecnt anof
Ik&ntWIth:
either before Congress at the Departments! 4* which places complete arrangements- have ..beenmado fu < plements every variety
: tI trL ha4$1 /- ; : forthe-sntccssfnlpr6sccnt5 hf 'of alt kinds viqinity to call and cxattin.?hu Good prerloua to I improved description; hundred plow$ jf etcry.dejefTptioni
ADDeeJzc/csorilt4RagI ftorlla. <
': cd it tie following oi business iu which our Soulltein Planter are -rchmuog el jwbere.r/Alao.: V XX-T -. material for tannerscurrier*, and ,
Ma,2, 83 "tt : 8-4 and44 Venetian Stair Carpotlrig from 15-10 l rss'! and iron, foundererabfaefuj ifctery'arikla pedin
ltj
rat en l()fce JDoHar per I rtpar at short 25. cent V :r > $ -e :.their lineincluding s1lecyoj'lo.
procured' at'
firsff in JlPeTeiitT-t'iTcCcnt) : forercry'sntsejrt7 -' noticeandeupplied"" very 4-4 CIriIinLOi and Parlour Ingrain do. from 45 to ;& .. at manufacturers' prices. *' .
$ .
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kv J ; C2 1-2 eent3;- Sf J., : t- "SliscELLASEocs.-Roller and common
Qtte J insertion...,Jo jearly Advertisers a fibers PRODUCE f ertryHtnd will received on" -
4l Wa t'wBl ATro l9Y:> AHD.Cot/K3KLLOR AT-iLAWYH? | siIlarisa le or 8hiprant, wctitibrtp..sdraacesztill 4-i super Rsg do: 3713 conU. .. j ack: screws*,5t4r9 and cotton jrucka.wbae ar-
be-made.:: All tnuisient. upon -
4 Advertise.ttMM been obliged to abandon htnwdt. :.Arrangement made for sSi Men's ncavr Kip BOOM and Brogans". '.i tf rows,rood.scrapers; hydraulic rams, force pumps,,
:. (sfl1)byjers having a running account his; intention crofoyerytauality. '" "T1 ippin7)nik Women's,Girls and Boy, atent' chains to"farilitato' tho drawing water; ;---.9--,1! ;
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Ib:.; I wlt Tkfceeao$j must bo rQrIreyog topblij of !leaving Florida, will devotolilnleTh! to thopraoiiee -.B0 JKSC PAPER ts.9TA'rJOERYofoveiyaiotivI : : |Men's-BlAfk SiLk Hats, Bootee&G" and French burr mnstdn
: of his profession:throughonithe Eastern be kept on hand or supplied oa 'short Mens and Boys glazed.Caps.- <" it Plasterers'i : and.:raw ftr farmers?plantation
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:* C IrcuiI3ofFloriaa. Busimss"fentrujted te htm i vn tice-1 "- < '-S45.Thrpngh' -.- Silk and Gingham-.Umbrellas.. au .- M illet corrt and smut..mills j screws, in tU/irons: k :
;; : Tr as at; distance eangorern their'remit- -, lirrangementswith'Bopfe' Pnbh'thm/ I Carpet Big4. :." *'. :-: bolting cloths, picks.recdJaIjnUIeM; general tOWNSEND.'S'
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r tan*e rer areTtisipgfy; tht foJlowfagTatesVJ w' ifleivehIiprnptaitent1oii: ; flatter myself that country dealers can ne supplied Lad'ies elegant New Styla White-md -colored finding for cotton ana Wftbllcb manufactories.' ,' t S,. P fFI1T

I- J J&\vySaFJui'&xt nesbUi4 i tnoujthV Jackionyi1le, l F. July 25tbISX!. with SCHOOL BOOKS on,better-.terras than they Sun Bonnets, Ladies colored Straw Bonnets and "" MtttftMAcHTJtEiiT, STOOLS? &rt' -Harinf the jsj1te'iit.i.t1t.
jr w.1.iti. p.iit ti
1j J can have their orders filled in New-York. Winter Hoods. Also ,. ; agency-for various >atd iextenuiromannfactoriesV'
j .. -: 91000 It shall THJ aim to satisfy sill who ; favor ", Canton Ctspe and Cftslimeraf &arf.sliawIs, Weshallbe prepared at all times to furnish every i,lag Cad .f tV V*.l!rtl* Dranfttir*-this QV,- Uw a.
may
I-, p aeb! XDoflth. ". -15 00 : p.U-l, ) P.FtR'AEJll; .x me. with"their my patronagebuth'a.s'reg'Wls' Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging, together with an species of machinery.on the shortest notice. ., 1"* wbosjgbad: 0SI fSt tbs* Strugir*. It will bs MM thai Iti

ATTORNEY &, Cpi7NJSELLbiVAT. LAW r prIce assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Ginghams! Chint- The highest market prices paid at 'all limO for 'f vts tM Mi.r ia s dlguset it. altlMigk tbM Stnw I to debtors ? af ndjUality. r"AGENCIES.: '
tpcei d creditors i; 'lOttJ
at) cs, jMonslintfi De- Laines' hmere9i-'Sbirtingy ./oolsheetkins-"and bides/'All produce of the *jet.liJari"size good .ld Dr.Js kl. W, <
?Application for letters administration,: (6 COFor'aano _- t ''JACKOHYILLaV-rLA '**- \ Sheeting i O* aburgs,and Tweed Casshnerw! ; also, State received: and sold for the usual commission th. nt itIsa, till ci imie ThI ski 014 Dt.4'iu.4i-

.. neemcnl of candidates for ftmcej--,W Will attend to anyprofessSopali business eatrast f i The?, .agencies of.several .important "PATENTMIS a variety of Sraallwarcs White and Colored Shirts,' '--'.S ;?S*& H.--HOV.T &. CO.u ;$ ib. rr.fsr.c. U S O*. .( tbs NISSS iiDS4
M ,boon obtained, which is, f. Joibl WU. that it MT.r !:wail 8. P.'t aU f.ta
Mar
uoyo among Black and Colored Silk Cravats &o &ov I
I id to him > '
e -the No. Ga.
Courts ,
-oanaoujcc&ent| wlllb* made Silcss'tbt *ameWacOBipanedVlthtbt in of the.Eastern Cireuit, ,Jacksonville, Not23tblS5O. tf"In ( 171 Bay street, .Savarinaltt ja ag Ikaut tbI kotUu* inutllj, la l U wss krCIWnth

:.1 ( amount charged. > *0(1 the Supreme X ourt at Tallahassct. 'He has : : 'I. '.- 5- [+:EKFEnEscjai Messrs. PadelforJ, Fay & Co.; t akisi $5 &gift. ,,,,. S ; S

V :'Editorial* notices, for prirate, benefit will bee also such ,advantageous? connection with' an jft : Eastern IC&cuit Court of Florida, Dui on! Swift,Denslow, &.%Webster t .t24-tf,.> I---------------a------Jut wiSh *splsg lbs jill.. liii. 1'- -

fcarg.4 double thf rate ef adrertising."UUlijrwta. able'Lawyer. Washington ,city, as,will ensure .' .CAN IAN 'iuflty. 5- Atlftnta,(Ga.) Pemale, SeInaryY 5. :;- -THE CARD. -' j

y pbiUarjr, and Maniat a U *,irffl prompt and speedy"collection f auck oiaftas George- -Burt- pltff.,, -> 1 fIEeiereIse- of this j- new' schca r commenced ITJW"? I- ,:vi Dvigj1i (.the diy el Vw-Tttk.laalre .

:;'t .. i published.trWiav .. ybe: ilaccd "in his' hands, sgainst the United rs.i,' + 1 I .- T-on the first Monday in July last,-under"the*; te say that l si| lag a Ca4 tate Iii cwlt J I.

ca.lDL.Lt1.Ii aust be ad.! : tate ; '". YERWOC E ,Elfoba Hall and Elisabeth f j ,0 charge of AJ RJ KeQam, principal in the literary4 1 r&Trns4 pu.ipiflha,vs 41 afliatsud $

. -t L ; '.post' <- &pt.1l81911.i Hail, his wife, dcfdts... J r'ititiori and Us accomplished lady,in:the music and orna-1,<.,1 Ii rafmaae U say a.41.IsatqiaUhtss viMk ttot *

;;S .. ., : P forth foreclosure mortgage ,on West mental department, with assistants of high quailI I t a. jr.psrstI.m'k .Va asO14 Dr. J...V Trva**>4' tan,..

.trf 1 .. ': : Iff' Half of lot number firo in Fqrare number ten I cations. The Institution ,will rbe divided into \ *ttU&i.ika.ii.wS < &Ub4btiO. .
Ji aicUolicrt-Balceri P. SAD1ftsO situated in the town of JaduonvHle/eounry four classes, fonrtli,third;jjuulor, and cenicr.' A I 3 clHkfFiXINsILOrmRs fc CO,101 sad W Mat: '

e aIl State''aforesaid/' preparatory department will be attaebed"t the P -- SRt'3lITON /- ,M.
ck ATTORNEY ASD COVXSEII.orv AT 1WIH REMEDYWORMS. ( j school' conducted under the ti CO. 110 fc
It appearing'to the"Court by the affidavit: of'JJ. and supervision the ;; 'CLAJtK. -. 27> BroexTwiy k $
? JLCibOYiI.LJE.FLt. -r 'AVJJfG removed his* office froze Columbia! .VIeRobcrt Baker;' Attorney for tho" Plaintiff principal*;-The: school jjas.been furt\Lhed.with a.e : -- S AsIortLinitr.-L

4 WsLvacLjce; in the Courts of ibe Eastern County toJaekioi1ie, P yal County, unquestionably the best WonM Isnictr in n'e i in the above entitled csq.ca. eV that tbe..zaid Ellsha Bee and well selected apparatus,globes,astrouoin*, *;'NOttTON-.BABCOCK If-WOOD, 139 UaU. Laas,ICt

"conn respectfully Jnfo/ms his .friends that he/will continue "t is a positive remedy,and can always bo lcpend- h(all, is not to bo found within tho jurisdiction( I'gcographical' ,.phouographicat, sound 'charts; ;HAVILAND,KEK3E fc CO.,8o ataidsa L.as,, ,. r* *

: CireoUjUn Hamilton ty of the Middle Cireaitjln the practice of his profession e d Oil and is perfectly 'in its operations t hi.4& Court, but js supposed to reside in the State maps, &.C.; on a large scale, to-be seen and teed ;DAVID T.XANMAN WsletSlreeVj .. -* '
as
13. coun\eft formerly.iro'wiirettend *"" dutinetly from any part of the room. A'-good Hbrary -'':
4i 41 uton and Hillsborough of the / AMO, ofTexas.rx f / V '.HA1DOCK,CORLIES fc < LA-T2iFea4tzcet.- *> ,,
eaoti'and
: t *onthirnCh-euit, ;in -'Supreme Court at Tallahassee nt every Term"ofho D AR LEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY, It \Is 'ttin-ffore 'Ordered; 'That1 thVsafd'.Elishft of choice books also belongs(tohsehusil 'osooou&JENNN !, Ieed8tr.et,, 5- '''
t Circuit.Court in the several Countiesof Ari article of merit who H all, do and answer the said petition with for' the use ofthe pupilsi -, \ .. I' "" .
411.11 ,-and 1n the United States District Court great aiid.bichnoonc appear The scholastic will be'divided into'two ses-' :L3llNOaacO,2la; Fulton Street, :
t;he Eastern Judicial-Circuit; the County; of owns a Horse should be withoutDr. / i n the time prescrjhed by law, judgment will boiven of year J. k J, TRIPP 90 & W Jlside'a Lane, 5'a- -
for the Northern 'District of Florida ; and will n aingt)hm| ind 'fault thereof. I" dons twenty weeks each;there will be at least F. ,
r rOREENLEAr
prosecute claims; against the.United States before Hamilton in the fid
and the at Washington. Court al Tallahassee, and the ,U, S. Court at St.ugustine. Necklace and Magnetic Fluid.. ". published in some* newspaper, published'in"thetown'of report will be sent to each parent, or guardian t KINSLET. 43 Cortlsndt t'
Departments
Congress
A All business entrusted to his For the -Removal and.-Permuntnt Cure of all Jacksonville;,in' said county; once,"every giving a full and fair statement of the standr WALTER. TOWNSEND t CO. 9M Pearl 1C't
,;', Being located at J&chsonvilh.&for lift-he will will care AWrous JJiscrufs, two weeks for four"months. / ." ing,deportment, and expenses of the pupil. % J OLCOTT,MKESSO!* fc 6 rccciytfpronipt"attention.f.
.: give hb e&VSrVan?) unrraittinz'aUontioifto LisT Address And of those CompIahiU winch are canned'byua TI10S. DOUGLAS" Judge, &c., &c; "l RATES''OF ITfjTio.x'Preparat ctasVl"ferT ,JOSEPH E.TOtPP; MeMSiLane; ,: j
preretijoaiiarid all business entrusted to bis care J. P. A\DEKSO.V, :JackscnrtlIt, impaired, weakened or unhealthy condition of Nor:20,1850. : r' "" session, S3; fubrlh and third cla&oa; 15r junior"roukALANCAOeJohnStS
"Dural County, Floruit., .1. MeR. PAKEK PltfT and senior classes 20 music furte 2l( { -
;1 shall iet with prompt attention.JaesTseuTille t Esq ; Atty", ; ; piano 'gni-::1 MONTAOOE, .& CO., 83 MaidsaLsal, .
,- > s Jacksonville Jan. 17 1850. LS,.. NERVOUS SYSTEM. tar,'15;ornamental branches, 10 -vocal music 2l '
; <
29)) tf 1. Isadore V. Garnte, Clerk of said Court, do ; It MAXWELl,$6 William St. 'a
August 1850. tftr his beautiful and convenient application the hereby certify that the above is a true copy of library and incidental expenses, per quarter, a. yTHOMAS, '
.;2 7sterions powers of C ALVA N ISM and fil AGET13M the order Publication in she above entitled case, No pupil receivcI for:a Ics timo than one ses-S UCKSOXROBNS? t>cam. *watw" L4uf: ..- .

A Card.i I FASHIONABLE TAltORIXG.. 2 d Las been pronounced by distinguished on file in my'office. ., n on.'and no deduetion nade unless for .protracted I /'GRAHAM k CO,19 Old Slip' T -; ',* S

: riivsiciansvboth) iu Kuropo and the United States, Witness my bond? ath1thi ;seal; < ;of said Court, sickness.- S. .{j'MARSH Jt NOItTIIftO,69F0rISI.. ; :
'
1 1EDING i to leave the State,I have transferred L The..Subscriber-wonId respectfully inform to be the moil valuable medicinal ditcoccry f thth [r.s J thin Xor. 21nt. 1850.' From their experience and former-fnceess. they r fHERWOODt COFflN,64, nazi at. ** : a.'
.
:4 my profesfional business to J.McRoBtKT HAKKB, .and- Its vicinity, 4ge. |l. V.GARNIEClerk, C. C.'D.'Cc: feel confident ofrenderiug full stisfimction.Theu ,I.LNOEBSOLL Si 1IROTI1R, 3O fear St.V:_. '- I*

:: E q/Xtiorneyftt'Law; ; Jacksonrnie, E-F-in- that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied ... .OR. vrix. cox'S N .23-1S30-4m:.' -' facilities for' imparting instruction' rarely'|: i. A TAHNESTOCK'k' fco; JoanSt.r"fci
by Ce!. SandcrM s a law &fice equalled., Th sivanthges of theJoeati n need
entrustedtomyeafe where he in CmpoundEztrart of Sazeaparilla, [4 IB .t: suchmattersas were tends carrying on tie.above business in which Original of Toifnsen : Gen James AYPeden of which all inter bo will ,endeavor io and health undoubted. Board,eou behad.m th
.i by merit ,a share of the public ; ., tbsiIb.hrguii aai taut baa.l* i> ta.UiW4 Swtai.
patronage. .lie will IT IS NOW WELL KXO\VX..BY, MANY -VinTTJK of authority in mo by law vest best families on reasonable terms. Forany lube
.iia&wn; take notiee.Mr keep constantly on hand ; !. : 'l Oi*
a Ifeir *
please fir Is.tIssy *
-/idiot
swssty
: that' ed I will :for sale in front of tho Courtbouse "
choice eauily ,
assortmnt of.fine French Broad proved by us, expose nation wanted, address "tho "principal"Atlanta! iI
Cloth Dr.'J
Cud tbm &rt BO tw..pUr B U thU *tur. SM4
?"BakirV business for '
'reputation door in the of
: : diligence Cassimeres, Vest TOWXSEXI) :town Alligator, on the Ga. 'oct24Sm'iDnral
ings. Trimmings, &c., which ..b Sar. riU> 'is4 tM
t I T BMmJ' 8ariap&riU. to-mw M
>
and attention are sufficiently well established to- will be made to order* on the most reasonable did obtain from'DR. WH.COX the receipt, for first .-.Monday June, A. D. 18514i7acres' of prsf.rabs 1.big tiinatUa t* I.;F's tiutj,;, f y
Smith
: ensure promptness to all'matters in his hands.TLU .-. terras. JOHN UEN11Y. manufacturing the original band owned by & Webster, or so'mrich CountjrTax.Collcttor Sale.. F '"- -
: Jacksonville] Oct. 3d, ItSO. tf WILCOX COMPOUND thereof as will pay the'State and county to* dne _.Y yiRTUB of antnonty.ia e rejited-by -
: ; iransfer is sofScIent manifestation of ? thereon for 18, 0 all '
. my and? that ho di.l. after the cliaracter' and reputation and ncccsiary wj nscs attending law, will expose for sale, infront of the Courthouse --t CARD TO TH2: PUBLIC.
} .t 4 coiaii..a I lligprofessional ability and Intfjrity.: NEWJWsTOft17'IvE said levy and sale.--------- door in the town. of Jackson viUe the !
was cstblilialied, as being the most Boundaries described on .v V*. ib:5s tndergijstJ ?by4ii11'1t* OtWsdrtt *f V.4mnU

; : CHARLES P. COOPER' ,, BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD SALOON EXTKA01!DIXA K.Y.- ilKDICINE 1 -S tAJ r..WRlGllT, first 1ondaypfMay,A.D.133lthe following'traci Yor DreoIy* WiHnm.SuT'l| *! nll < u.* (. tteMt

4tonqoLaw.* *' i in the world, for the following, discasfif, suet Sheriff and ex of.Tnx Assessor 'of land or'so'much thereof 04 will pay the sun>S 'fl perici1 Jf. tl.real, wtriti of.ti. iu'.7.wu'ssd<

I &c. as ScrofuIn Consumption, Icing's Evr, Salt' w :- and Collector Columbia co.- of' eighty-two dollar .and ninejj-cue ,enU" 5.ui1J* f.lf cL'S..f r fcrred lj tb. BarlHct* Ike
of the '
. fl1IIE .SUBSCRIBER! has j-ist opened, on BAY Rheuni, 1-.2-y51eas, :.:caitl Jlead, Tigbtfle53 Alligator, Nov. 15th, 1830-Zltds, [&S291,] the.same being thcjaiauuat State. j'i' t1niaI Carsaparillu w bus BetUg t.d.u hay. U B
the
: ,1.M.REflT BAKEIl, L _a. ( STHKSTJ; North sdo, tna door from the cor (.1 hest, flyspe.ia, Paipi. _i_ tax ,assessed. ajrainxt estateef.DHncan'L.said land ;|Jo'. ttl SbuS matt rbctvttB_ (beu .lTn. Bvt w- 54 k d
ncr of Liberty street, a II ESTOIUTIV'S:, J5owu\a tiition of the Heart, and all f, 'Clinchj'decca'sed71cvred on forjhe year-? oBgbt to p1y. the reat i bjrw prebr t*SM sad ttU M4
; i 0 Attorney at"Zifltft Jqtiionvillet E'FloriJa, ALLEY, and JJIU.UED SALOON. The Establishment Nervous Affection's, General Debility, Fluor Al- Colw'nbiaCountUT9 Collect ffr'i SaDTVIRTUEi 1350."atid'alio to pay the sum of sixteen douhrs / Dr.'ja.$ TawBsrad'*S aTujurWu u Hr, S.vaass4: *k

1 ; ROTARYPUBLIC has )een fitted up eutjrtly ncvr, and is L bu or \Vhii-ft; Hheumatisai; Sypliili' l.iverCompUintg : authority in me by law vectcd and fifty-eight cctta, ($16 g-68_ ,] the amount of tb 5-3 m4 huv.L.pu1iss.Jajs w5siisws uz "i* iv n tB4

-:., iiL o / ; for the reception of visitors at,the usual hours.open Cancerous Humors Mocurial Diseases I will.Jcxpose.for; eol, in front of tbo'Conrt- eouotytax on-slhl laud the same .y.ear, Loge.5 swiadldJ, .!' tube tStCd/.bY '0 -

ii CemmU/ioner appeiuted by the Gorcrnors of TIlED &c. &c.- house door in the town of Alligator, on the firs t. ('her witJaII necessary epeneest attciiling pii 4 *l 1."Oar txptrleaee an'4 olMrritij,*bar tltfi4 *taaftte

the foHowing States to take Testimony, A ffidarits Has been supplied with the choicest_ I'.orsomo purpose, and no doubt in order to Monday in.-I/arch, A.. D. 1851, 40 acres of laud le' autisale : m1dtract of lanc1 being tuitei' I O14 bt.' Siriaptrlll* Jx sien4s m.r*inc banlt :
liquor, and I in eount of Duval the-west of the n
: L and AcJtnowloJgmenU to be used therein t beverages to suit every palate will be prepared make it cheap, (for the genuine cannot be made owned by Joel Pope, or so much thereof as will I Mf"John's said 'opi&4ito, on Pico1ata-ContaininL f|'tn* Iku S FT..iei4a su4 tk. t.stlst ypt $ i piWi
with 'Ilia delicacies of Without great expense,) pollute-it with minerals, pay the state and county tax,due fur,1,350, and ricer -roal4 MOB ta 14 uuau. 51WS J1WUI .*kS IL a si&4f
I A .. -Maine, Virginia; be at despatch.all times supplied. the season. will inch Corrosive Sublimate, Snlpher, Salts,. necessary expenses attending said levy and ale. ten thousand aodt'ty [ID.C'SO]acres,and bounded aaaaeicaea aa4 intj,wixa, tw ar.islM-bMr1.5 tSSd

.; ; Vermont, North Carolina, Saltpetre, &c.-&o. Bouudarics follows, to wit: T. 2, li,U, S. 34' ns follows : On the cost by the fe't.,Jolm'n 'river:J .- I. e.1i *th*dI..sun us,

I&L: t Massachusetts South Carolina The Bllllnrtl Table Now in consequence of the. above al>u.%>,- Dr- Other particulars made known on the day of sale.'S south by lands belonging'' to the same'c&ate,, wcstd t idi tbat'wLe'ueousUer! 'thu WiC 'I**'

Has been imported expressly for the house, and]I WILCOX 1ms concluded to-girehis whole time: A. J..T. WRIGHT,i By puUiclanda, and north by lands belotiging Ii I' Tmieid'sSsruparilia ba..a1ysur.d..f.rMsItIIa4 '

0 Connecticut, Georgia, is of the most beautiful coiwtnietion, with air and L and talents to the manufacturing of Sheriff and ex of..Tax Assessor and 'Palmer- & Ferris, the:untne being an-old rAnt.. -I .i.pI.d.4tb.; bottle*. Uiet.l-y gi.s gua.dLutt1.ZucdsutC

; :m New York'Pennsylyania, Alabama India rubber cushions. HIS OWN 'ORIOJN.dL COMPOUND -.. .- Collector Columbia co. .- UKIAll-BOWDKNiJ- i 4 .usts.erhua' liJv.tc.wI i. >Tprf1mcs.f* IOW

Misssissippi; The Bowling Pin's cru Halls in its primeval state of vegetable purity-so thai, t Alligator, Nov.JS, I850-21-tds, Tax Collector and Assessor,Duvol,cuty., -t DT's rtpiratiu.. W.'itI ly.vr WaUmcra 1.? sV

; W. v. I>eU\varc, Texas.. Are also just from the workman, anti' "convenience the afflicted oF- nil classes may'have'a henling .Tax ., ..JacksinvUIecL2il, 1S50... .4 .pl.tou. dvejIIu'ss t.'b.SSb4tw.ho,14
-very
:. baliu for ill of the above Columbia county Collector's.Sale.BY' .s b.dt. .ur-pid.uis'- l OM
for the And from
Maryland, augl.-ly entertainment and comfort of complaints. I
: has been provided. : guests his knowledge for the lust ten rears of the "wonderful VIRTUE of authority mimic by la w vest \ Duval County Tax Collector's Sale.* I Dr. Ja Bk.TBMa
I cordially invite the public to call at this Es healing propensities of his compound; he ed, I will expose for solein front -of the Court :'BT ,VHiTt7E" ,authority in tmVSrejtedlawl l r1 deeId..U e ST sot jini4; ja.fiTl.j"tU;.OU Dr,*

: iIuabIe Laud For Sale. tablishment, assuring them that I shall spare no hesitates not to say, to you, that he warrants 'a. house door in the town of'Alligaforonthe; first will expose for eale;'in front of:the Court 1( 5.prutlu ti$ pre.iucswbieb it eoa t4e ma'aaaaai

: S Agent for the owners'the undersigned ofL effort to contribute to their recreation. cure of jitv and JILC ok the "above disorders" "i" Monday in March, A.'D:1851,440 acres' of land house doorin the town r.of Jacksonville/ lii e.! M.5Iettceipou.4. U ,u .. tbwe.lc.. si. pispi.ce -

. I4; '&r.'. <,i *. fers for sale the following valuable tracts of -- c7Eoacg F. SKIFF. persevered ia according to the'directions. "Don*t_ owned by Joseph B. Watts, or so much thereof n S first Monday May, A*.!). .1351, the folluwh jnamed. laSi. faTC S ,

lan
, mt :;4.- The Lew Tract situated at the head ef Indian : not been bcuefitted, so you won't try B. Watts lbO and attending said lev Benjamin hompson and due thereon fori the;'t O. A. XevMaa. M.U. ITS( IIVr -
; necessary
p. : river, containing fire hundred acres more or less. DR7VILCOJCS. expenses ;T --4 H. D.Wyau. JI- :D.C.IBB W> 'cr.i ZITfIStu.ils
,, The Pablo Tract, situated on Pablo Creek, T. VANCE'S For there has been many of. thc"-nnm pot ..upon and sale.. Boundaries' described on thr day"of sale' ,- year A.'D.-185O, together with all neccssary-!'t H. Pay&sa.M6.Greenwicbe.r.BuflW. _
--
.. b: t bear the mouth of the St. John's river, supposed j SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS.fTH the reputation of this article, aud wo tell 'you 1* A. J. T. WRIGHT; pcnses attending said levy and ;sale ,Said tract i A.D.D.B.kusp5.D.tiO-v.C ft.'Caa. ,. D. ..< RiTiOUa sb2744.' { *'
C.
Sheriff and of. Tax Assessor and of land is situated in said Duval tb a
.. to contain over two hundred acres, including -. confidently that the ex county tof oa Jlj, hmnim .S. D-1r4tbAv.- -r4..T
some fine hammock land. Collector Columbia co. east bank of the'ftJobm's river,containing twrntyone *- c..B.1ai.i.M.u.riA.j .6. 4 ;
P lie Subscriber begs leave to inform ; SAliSAPARILLA ROOT Nov. 13 1830-21.tds -' DT. G ,y J (u-al 'Ve,
;. ,l ;' Ah.&ama.l1trct woodbind in the the Alligator, acres, and bounded as follows s- On the- .fcy. | fl 84 -
vicinity -
JL planters of ca Inland Cotton is, thon li excellent in its. qualities, one of th and the the St. John's river the.north
west by .
pub on by
: : : of th* town of-Jacksonville, containing thirty most inferior of tLu / J t Dr. Fractia. H.'D. 3Ui fti'-pu';. .
icgredicnta not TciCollector&le.
:* lie,that he can supply them with his double and ,may we truly Nassau County- land belonging to A. M. Head,,and-on the ca.-t I; LL. D.OraaSTL M.D.Ui1r-'ui i 4.
0 acres.
.: Also a tract tontlrning one hundred acres good single say Now IVondcr-lVorkiug'friends these Compvwid ,. *ira Y "virtue of authority in* me by law rested by loads belonging to Moses Cnrry, on the wuthby 55. PPridr.s.3ID.itherM1:, ,jthiT- ; m. as.
assertions. true to th J.W.I 4.,
: SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GIN are ( JLS' '1 for sale front of the Court: lands belonging to the heirs of Egbert B.BirJsalL -
: L : planting landon Pablo creek, near the-mouth of $ letter; but we them pot to injure bn will.expose in -H. >< .lehrt,t.; Hi D2'-)4VseM') '
.. vr the St. John's river. .. d vTbeabore -.'> doubt ia longer entertained they are best because have sny any one, house door in,J assau county the fourth Mon ; j.I I B. 1. Pmr.oti, il,D. 0 CiB lJ. --, -; ,r-4s -
;
-
wo a right to the benefit of truth 5-- 55--
.. .. #% Gins in and the ; j I, URIAH BOWDE (. ITltbenlt. 3?: D. ft! Ot crChulM
use, .Sulwcribfcr ; Itiol 400 "of bind owned
tracts of land will be sold at reasonable flatters himself i and it is also true that if will call "us day in January; acres bySoymoKr : .1, P. F T,KM CbanberiHrary ,,. -
you on w C -
prices aud on rood terms. Address'&ar. from the general satisfaction he lias given for the will give names and residences of Picket, or so much thereof as will pay' Tax Assessor and Collector, Duvaleounty: : Tt1masr.7WithuI1 4.
wb
;-'T. ... .J.-McROUERT BAKER, last seven years, he will receive their support have been you cared of diseases which has people astonishei 0 d $D 90 taxes due thereon from 1345, and all neces I Jacksonville, Oct.. .2tJ.. 1S30. I-tds, 1 I A. Jf. Dai4i... 9 o ro -- L 4 u.C..bisetd.Jr.5.3Grn4

I Attorney at Law; Jacksonville, Fla. Price low, and the Gins made of the best ma not only themselves,but their physicians, arid ale o sary expenses s attending said sale"' Bouudarie 5 I Rtnbva J.JJO,,. WoCt .l ;. -
: i'- 1 [News copy tf.J terial and workmanship. of described on day at mb. -i I J. ItH' u; a 3th AT -
of best
names some Sale-
: our physicians, who-arc :JHvalCouttty Shrift1BT
.
,BOXES AND .BRUSHES A.-J. BRADDOCK /. k Kile* L. Cook. !S6O. ATtav*. 4.
., ueiug-recommending, and ; ,,,. '-. -
: selling largo quanti viuTTEjof I'C. )g.nhn1IchePI7- -
i for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest ties of Dr. Wilcox's Compound. U ..very;careful I- oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off. Tax Cull ector authority vested in meby k.B.njt.Dean.m3pn"* .01 5- '
.** :. AGINCY rates. to get that with thfi of "J.--M Wn.cox" .' law, I shall expose for pale, in front "of the Cenrt- I Joseph L.M 13)AT. C 5burI
l ,> ,. 7. Agents name : house' door,1u the town"of JacksonvHlc;on the' W. Uob4e. flonjt moe.j vvsa.D : -
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q on the outside label! or you may bo Injured Nassau CountyiTax"Collector's Sale. .. Alu. PB d-19 flsstet- S 4.,
FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON VILLKUVYOA Si Aco. 4 : .;- Mt1VonD & llARn1c BY hoursof 12 and 2 o'clock jlCOhcad of $uck. .MBel BI.. -4.
..%, If you wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox Li, w e 'I will expose for sale,in' front of the Conrthouse ; aiL S Taylor 2S7 kM, ,
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I r N. A. HAKDKE. Savannah Ga. : tie, five pair of oxen, and one timber cart. D.D.Tsflw.SLJHui.e.|
4-utAM E. have the privilege of referring to the first men o if door, 'Nassau county,'on the fourtu .4 Jn.h.* Csssa.104 Cb&b.sa ,. % t-' -
.;.. ;) : KEKNATJGII B. P. SMITH, Charleston, S. C. the community. Principal Office, Monday iu January, 1851, 25t1 acres of Ian Property levied upon tosatisf"an execntfon ia f MorllU k Bokkim. t ,trl or. Cr.n.TiH "
IkrlLtAKb's BOTKL, fEKKSILTAHIA ATKJIUE, R. B.. REED & Co.4 Palntka. E. F. favor 'Joseph B.-Watts, agniost>Wia.- ILid- Harktr. D.yrtl.Av.r.Carr.l'J.W,81
.. : S. B. TuotrSvN Sc Co., lJlaek Creek E. 173 BHOADWAY, ,NEW-YORK;,; owned by the heirs Keeble, or.so much thcreo: dock.v.jFV./a. Watts ra. Haddock. 55hi.D.43IaM ,5 .. -
.r Continue*io'give his attention to the F. And corner Green and 1'eaf.er sts.j'JAlbiny, "andaold as will pay 66 IS taxes due thereon from 145 1, ;I O. D. Ayre AUiati ear. ne rv8. ,--
prompt arrangement '
r. o. hIotns & Co.. Jacksonville 1'ropcrty pointed out by defendant. -
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li. F.1'Ariaso and all attending said sale Lwila. COOT *? ,AtU u* -.5 S.
prosecution of cluiins before Congressj & KING, Jurut Fort, Ga. by DraggSsts' tfnd'ICouutVy..pIcrehautsa1 necessary expenses> JOHN CJ. SMITH;Sheriff D; C. i A.HotcbttM. Jr. 7 l'.io.. "- '
A. A. UeLoniBKiDaricii Ga. over the country..;;; W '..4' .. ... Bocndorics described on the thy of sale. ByT.N.J/cCORMIQK, C. X. Wright, Col m. SatktU! --- .5 .4. t&
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; : or any of the Executive Deportments.CHoSms .-- : JiBRADDOCK, i J. HlTwtod, 137 c..rt ,-. _. 4.
Jso. S. FTI.EC& CAUTION TO THE 'Ocjt.31-tds Sheriff. '
) Co., Beaufort. S C. PUBLIC! ifJJcp% Prwaoit.23mllTrt5_Arne -'- 4.
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t arising from:the Revolutionary, Florida.or GF.OKOE L. Lcowjr Don't l he va oct 21-tds': ,Sheriffaid ex offrTax Collector ,4
ewcansville, 1-J. F., .: deceived by certificate attached teach 0 '
qj[ Wcilcan wars; Jnralid, Revolutionary*, ha!1- WH. DKU, '! ?* bottle- of TowncndV which certifies' : Na_ : '? '&le: ;.C.JBs4.Il1 C. SitbCI1R5a e.v: 3 HU v .; ;4. .-
. WATEHMA5 Ocal E. each bottle .. ConntiTux.C6llcctors'Sdle.BYrirtuerof : % srt1.-AvsstDusa;; r'
pay r Widows Pensions ; Naval or Army F r i* compounded nod'made under th ? r ,
: .. ; J.-.W.lJz.iKWj.t. Orange Springs, E.F. eupcthion of Jainesft.. (-'bUtonChemist, wh 0 'authority lame bylaw vestd, Yirtia ofutho.itin mtyrt&, lflZrarW av -7" H> *4 l I.
; .- Boanty'Land' er,< erip,, mnder law of Feb' 11 I, V A. UUKUAE & Co.fliins's Ferry and Traders lies been hired forftliat phrpo e.' Now. let us1so e j> willexiocfotalein', front of the Court willexposefor ralein float ortheCorthouse :.f C.-H.Clark. S.-MOOT*k Crwmvio -: -

I k lSlt, r'Angust 10'1S13; J*Arrearages of Pay and' 11111.. bow it looks,'when thU Chiltonresides''100,miles.- house door in SaSsau county, oq the fourth'21ou-' door in Naseaucountyonthe fourth 3fou 1 .-Wa H. T.,. B.Bath.JUaa 319,Z73 Orte'wjO Broadirar.; -., -- --a. S .' ;

4 : r .ilileasff'due returning t'olnntcers Clainis! THOMAS. VANCE. from' manitfacjory. This .wo, think n'grcaf t day in January, 18l, 3000 acres of land owned by day in January, 1851,, 200 acres of land owned by; j *-' Ue < ltk ?
Pr4 !
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p a H u T OTH
St. Ga. impdtioninJbc pn1ilcant1. calculated to de the heirs of John T. Low.'or touch thereof will[ Sarah Petty, or so'much thereof as will pay4 92
Marys -
: Hors 'lost jini>thtr PropeL destroyed Ex- < May3Ol8O. tf, taxes due thereon* from"1815 PVBLIC"p.sfntb b \\ ceivo the unwary but Jutlge.ye for yourselve. : pay 915 75 taxes duo thereon for 18SO,and all neecssary1 -; and'all- necessary 1 tb
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% 4 laoamd Velantesrs"before ,, attending, gaid sole. Boundaries der j-'Im Citj efj N w T rk ,tW zsZiUr.astm d lbs *u.
: pen by being snns- -ALSO, fo everat h Ini of"Vegetable PiUs,' expenses'attending Fai4.eale., Boundo-.- expenses I Ttwiiemi's Sar '
!sr.MI.tjtL.erTlc. ; Waggon-mas* Admiulsirator'sNotice.. ,- Including, Rev. Dr. lBbbard'. well knOwn' ant]L ries described on the day orsateV" '. ;\ scribed- -- -on the- day of sale. ---- =- -" -* f prew4 I*hret ap*OLD rina IB VbJtk/frVat pfrftr a ..IISu AJA

: t.rsnd :ruast.r5L4&IwI; Marines' sailors fx weeks after date I Shall apply to the lion Bilious jPULj, and Wild .Cherry Birters.-Orders v -- A3.; BILADDOCI .- .-A.4.SHADDOCKoct ,- %>'' ?&*ILLx.mtbM W? DzZtcoa a4.b* .TOWKHXV*
1'? TW.ra4I.
;; i&e: : &b.- & i: Judge ofProbate of Nassancouhty (or let. from nny part'of--the"Country' -.will' "receive* prom t oct 24-tds, ,Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector:; 24-tds Sheriff and ex.eff.Tax CoUciior- Ike tr 4anitM4.4.SMO*-e 41ny.ia.ta-ia1.t
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attention. :
liii of administration :
the estate of Gel ,
on Mary -
.. therfoms necessary for;a proper gee deceased.. JACOB GEIGER. % >dJress J.- H. McRORV, _, S : Nassau- County iTax, Cdled r's&d .- ; Nassau.? County ,JColltctoff'Sale. *' W*WMU OI4 D;*.UwMfors JaeoV. Sarf.parflla.-li4t.a4* B ri**>.,imte .
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: f; leeiDtl of bim .with the J>wau county, Oct. 31-Ct $ 314 r 1 "* "* together rules ; / 'La j. \ : ? Jacksonrilfe; F. Y-rirt&e of aulhority in'me"by'law rested, I of authority in me bylaw vented,! -
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i & go ;amg> the s different*'Dcpart-- -. r ,-e Octl2tbISpO.Ciz. -- 1 ''will expose for:sale; in front of the Court; for sale; in1 front of the Conrt-i :', J*.s&f.u1..s.Baltbi.ia Y C&t1anabLa Di.ofV.1a. 'M*, .>. .S.-.T

% '. anmtnUf b* prepared rto undertake all claims of Notice 1 house door Nasnau county,'on the fourth:Mon- house door in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon S.- .I.Ci.b.r Ls.eakr l- ? nt

: ;:- whatkibdoe; A II indebted, to' the'Estate'"ElizaloL'.beth -- day in.January,*1851,100 acres of land owned by day January j 1851,j4fQ.acres; of hind owned by. ?f. L-W.bIS ft Siis.bfl**; v" ..,75--
persons Zbu ,
erftua 'may rtctiire the services ; S C. l.waP.sti'itU.
T [ '1 J. Marauder'or'Bq'much thereof as'Willpky- the heirs of OriOle, or. o much thereof Still pay'F W 5
: : MI Berne,1 deceased, are Farm ; --J4W..aim,4cnPbouIxvlfl. ---t f ,
.required'to SaI --
1! of a n Agency at tlej lsjcef make immediate payment to the nndersigncd and for $2 46 taxes due thereon fiom 1845.'and all necessary $9 90 taxes1 dno thercOU front 1845'; and all neccs I.85TI I.- L* U S bai
. ..- rc : 'Particular attention givcn/to the proper settlement all pergons1tsi-fng dniaadi'agafnst said estate, 1r'SiSr 55' ** If WLL.dfcpos* of nt private sale,. expenses: attending said' safe. Boundaric 3 epenses at4ondhigukLeIo. Boundaries de -' r naHl, r,a XOWuMrad.. t-stT. -
"> Crocker.Jr. BrOTMTiUe ; 4 -
-. f Quartermasters'accounts. are requested to present themt property attested > i IJ'iaH; : JK"By farm o1 the St John's rirjjfWJIJL described the day of sale.tf .- ., scribed on the day of sale. ,...,.? r" ,f t S. v"S? i.n s Rn* '*. -
: : within the lime prescribed by lawi -' "' "" *>yS bV, at the month vf Jnlington creek j :. ,V ATJ RADTOCIC Vf -- frJvBRA00001 S JoblI.7I.waaIKbvb ;4

.1 -. ChargtO4'tE.afldregnIatcdbytheamount HENRY IT. UOLI>AND, Exeeiitor/i **! *sixteen elites' above Jackgorivllle': oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex.'off.:Ta'x Collect,' I oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off.Tax'.ColIeO tor.' *5 'R I. ji.51estsw*. ;a.--4. -- >.

claimed, and thipiwle t of serriees required.; Sept.19th. }: /y f-* Ti :; i tf. The situation is to'bothe"mortbeautifulon :- -- r- -, :
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- ; Ae&wn&to insure'iusortlon, must the river,and Isremarkabirforits healthiness, -Nassau "J.-* Hl'1 i =: v >> V- ail11- -
Liit3.
CountyTozCW/ Sale
AdruInI.trator'iNotI < y'qrjYVirtua iti- S 1* Pp )IOO5? 4.
21k : deT4rtf'"; e.S not acasef of fevefhating occurred there 'for Ly..s a La.ua.t. 4.
ar s wg :> .. -rr-- ixTnianths: after dale, I. shaU present'iny".ao, year" The dwelling is spacious and comfortable, of authority me'bjrlaw resl&L1 Subscriber. having become the'purchaser* :. i J lyrti "Tmaiwaa- 4.1'S 5' -
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3.-_ >M ''i :i- counts and vouchers to,, the .Hon. JudgeProbrto -* and calculated for the j accommodation of a large'' 9, .will expo* for'sale in front of the-Court JL T and-solev Proprietor of .thii welt ;known. Robust pyj tay ,W.u.boe.Uar.i 4.. S.-

"II i JABI.$ W ) BRYAKT forPuvslcountyfora final .settlement'a '* family** -'The''land"' is'of good' quality; and-well house door;in Nassau:county-on the fourth.. Monday HptrEi*respectfally informs.the public generally : s-u. C. BMb., D.a&ws5r, 4 4... ;, J
4 ,. Administrator of the estate of'John Middlo- adapted for coHon. There ia a flolsliing Orange in January 1831400 acres of land owned by I that ho has added to,the, farmer house twenty-odd S. floyJ uutl., -; 4.- ;

( &, .s tondeceascd.It 4t j grove onlthe premise hicb;formerly-produced the heirs of Mifi Drury.'or So.tnnch thereof.as'' more comfortable rooms,'jwith over five huddred 5' #JI. W:;

'.ir Will attend-to Profdwioiial bnsiniss W an Income of a thousand dollars, and will shortly will pay, $9!,94. *taxes due thereon from 1845,' and feet front, withpiaxio front'arid rear; making P.t.r B. usgs.,. 8bpr -'& 4..e-1.ar 4.5-! 5 ;. 55--
the Courts 'do so again from the all noccssarr attending Isold sale." 'Boundaries N, M 8aiii Waiartava .
; prenonLthrifty healthy expenses ItT aseomfottabies: Hotel in, the;South -r;> *
20. j ; kE1
any / ,
of tittJEatltm Circuit fit Florida and in the sept. :4QifPITaI.! ; of tho t.ccs." 'The Post described on day of.sale. ---f"' .. .r- IT., flfl 8.rat.a Spriap4, -5
_ _ Fed appearance Office of Man- -- which now.will enable bun to accommodate over b C.U.-flp.Znt1 ;.; 4 .*4
ejQLbSOborflPistri4 fcf, F>rida.: dariu' within two miles;-and ,the steamboatsj r ; ;,; -4A.y..BRADD0cKA; ; : ; / one hundred and fifty ponjons. ,His table will bei ? ? .
4 sAi.ai AcEiT ; 1otice. pass and rermgs-before the house on'' tegular oct 24-tds :Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector under the'SnperiDtondVfttf") -of' on experienced 1t ..4t

4i 4N OTICZ Is i bereby given. That application trips to'and from Sarannftli.;' Those wishing' to : :- *' ,- :- '_ *- -'* "1 housekeeper of the North,jby>hose, a 4 he flat-S

(or/ npthieUIk he UU; 'respecling will be made to the next General Acsemblr secure this raluaWpropforty may call u'/or nddress"l ; l- tars himself he shall not,be !KvaUed by any Hotel jA Wst.1Iws 7fla 5Y-1tt1 .4)t

; .. gr&il*s.4.4naLioiii of Jan'ds, and j the location to of the State of Florida-forJhojpasMaee"STSJOHRTS of.au Act Florida r letter/i-.V' the 'subcr1ber it *J1.eksonviile'' -NasarCou7z l lSafe.BYarlrtuopf in the South beiag now enabled, by the constant. ... 'JM.tee.JobR.tlGrIt.L.,Ch-- 4. -., -., S

or .e1lig tb ieof4- OP.AV Vincorporate JVIflrG SEMINARY' :- CIIALU.E8' UY&NE. authority inj ra by iaw"re8te ;j steam communication with Savannah and Charles.ton.'to ,.afr.d Avryy- W1ib&Md. -e' '

.4. at31adisoa'ConrmonseJuly ; Jacksou.illeVctober21,180 / sale./rontflftha Court. hare the adtantage of the-fine markets of 'AWtIk1a..7ap.rjIiYfl1a 4.' -'
kfl'at ; ,
eq!. ?; . 4,1850. J f 'tf- 1'Notice & .- house door Jn Nasaaa county;.on the fourth Moniday tliose cities.4a, addition, he has made,.arrangements : S a J.5tloksy.CerMIck.Bout.N.flri, fl, .4
for the collection of Claims upon the ;UnIte ;-- - Notice to in January,1861 400 aerea f.land owned by ,in connection' with the Hotel!;**! mil times 1 Lor1.i Ca.U. Mt au.
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t t States or'wtbeir -- : > the hairs of Horatia Loir or so much thereof as to fiirnish fine horses and carriages the accotamodatlon i: 'ftzJ1

fvjJtjUltarir ierrices, pensions, I BIIEEEBV; iveumadetothe&eneral tha pjHentfonfwin! W.i t'tp. will pay gl 5,taxes dne thereon for 1850. and all of his gesta-sr-;>,, '.-<<. ; 4 L. ,'*. B. Handtfce yn t-dsh4.p.e tlti tZ

1. y supplUs furnLhed Volunteers, and for horses' or .i ''Assembly the -ytateof .4 i .: -: 'ThiTRfl1 of 8T.-JoU1'; '- necessary expense&&ttendinsisai,11 ,Boundrics *- The increasing reputation which the climate of JttrWw k C.- .T 4. d Z -

c ther property lost, for which the United ,States Fldrida; atits next eesuion. for aact of Incori dCri(1OIa7 ,., t Flqrid*possesses in estimation of the medical C.otukIms5.bu*: 4.-4.'O
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:4 r- sftabsZ' -, *--t 5 poratlon."of a1 Plank 'of artifiHet Kia 'fns*' I .- >- 10.j r jr -" 1 faculty,: for'the":enre.'of consumption; and ftther 4Tb.vtiEDsJt.t L.UBMIh.S 4 4. *4.4L't" '

:' some point onthe .Atlanlie or> St.' 'John's>rut aOfl i CV,about tbt flrtof-Maj'iez.; thtllow* act! 244ds' Sheriff and ex off.Tax pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast inorea: -Nerofia, North Adaatf 4.

::1 A4reiIs4sonyiuetast Florida. 3Ia4ison court Hoos to"Tallahassee1_ log change! will be madaiwithf Bwrys at St '. *,,,_-k a r; : -* ? --. ay 4 ; 12th *' John's li r* Kive.rthUnotloe that all narkgators Dsanhm. CietiBaH.OfeiekW
1830. T
Sept tr. ; months-of those:who seek the rclitfaflbrdcdjy a ,
1, -- ? 4 LerT.R..ct.iaMl,. S
. 4 7 t uvx understand when Hris chaogftis nrndo* 1C7ra( 5Cle ? SSSlfrrrtw. Tnilder atmosphere J and Jn jTlew.of-thL.lacV ihe : .s. 4tr
Notice i what thplawl relative to Jipoys, &e;
..subscHber'taidetermined-that huix 5L
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j I ;iuthorft Jn la'ir : ttionB-t<> '
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I. Thar.iercftfter/airBuoy along t&Jowkorin mVby reeUfd t ; 5 Ball.y. DeVry' "n 4* _,

: l&k ) nQ atzee TOTHE: OF OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS bays.barburs-souads, channebj! shall be house}*door I wiBexpose,in for gale, ln front of th*Court* merit tl ub3m UhVtotronag shall Jbo!with.whrol nt' regard-to i aaU.lja-l4a toU-er towed)ex* 2i i* k :*-' >r

p TII&SEVERAL WARS'SINCE- eolore4 &nu resotha pasipg+up th. a&tCOuflyOfl4hOfourthf hsitu brpo.ssw,*- 1.. .
(. d .*r. rrn wn r TTTrnur: oa8t 0r ofls l t'dntlbay., ; hatborot' day fa Januawi1891i 12J acres of hum owned by -.d4.;; -

$ channel,-rcbuv3'i' tb evei nnmben Shell hi Joseph &taerUa"or somueh thereof aVwilt rT- -'
? gLw4JuNuP4cxo1Ly y'a;recent Act o Cpligreu.ofiC( rand -
passed on Lbejboard baud DeeestoryexiKinscs -tIt -,'
; vlJ3aoysttth
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diets who hare i -
r ( not received) aro-entitled / attending-ttldSiaie ..Boundaricioc S
c M g.4 tii1rzi* t,IJOUNTY-LAND, for sorrloei one-inoath even nuwber o th pprt:hand; and Uuoys with desc1bc4oqdLal; ss vi;
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and black
1. red stripes ou .cither In -
. 1' ; or piore i the wtdows aod minor ohlldren of those channel ways to, be, eolotpdwithrAjte.rnat;nandiBuDyt white -AJ-i3ItADDOcK..4) fi i &itlwfiatS3 jtt** L.r"ii fClsitait 5 Aa5u5 J.a.u. wir-Itri 4. 55 ,
: '. a- ."&e.rJe4 deceased, are also,jntitlod/j l'be ub cribeif will ,, w8.'J1v
f- EbariffMdOXt4ffaCo1lector
LLIW ,- tisesJr.XswCMZ
1 undertake, ata. inoderattV-compefltafloo. pond9 -: : j j' | $ 4. -
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t cLUms of those Interested-);;Having been employ -- : :t &ihlngtoa, ara.no pepe. 1ahaPpwers of
,.. $bs'mos.rin4sttrnfor ftmllies, ed la pablio effioftfor several; yen,his :i .Nasczu Cg4flfaoIaje'MB Mlorney'for:tb .oleotIoi : oBo ti- Land -5
hotels! and and iirother experience tt4TA
4 i : hjptt Stores for parlor, In such matters will enablo- him to afford great : : -- -- '* uVofa: Wby i and-PeijBiontpW- rivtVHi'eif.. ttrfet
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NO PEN
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:i : ( SIONS, ndsvrtheeagreaI'.dea1of. troublep.e1..zpetse. : -' 'i -. .* honstfWor Nassau eountyi-nn thjifourtn Moa!i

.1WberO he ,ibtafsotbip .LO 8T ICIIVED' t day Inlemri AmO ttbmtaV Wmd\ J t -e q.z.1.5iiJfd3

: ca t =; ; rfat.WA4rare'en be 'N44i Ot4rgI ZndiAtL Ietkraoat-peMivm ece1vdomp ,.fal onabl.Trimi inga"eon i8tIng-of Fringe,- fcGFrancU ,-anehesnpomuch; thereof Iqoi1k:4: $ :! nw it1MJ'oYi4'Iy -

;- tttetInhj neceUarif nzs'n4 Gimp,-Ribbon, Loop Coitli andFanoyButtons. 'as win pay.gj 4a 1 waue>lCr $ 1.-
laM ent- :3J 4itt
t" .Ord r lrom flArlda! -j -*z.1rW. TUo-Ladies will,flflithis-awortment\to'> -tb.0 andtalt necessary expenses attending addGalu
r1 swd tht Int tor, art MUcU<4.5> JI tw1. : bestin thaetty.: Call end ,xaine., -'- '*' S. 3o1z3ktartesi1escnbetL9ndyof wletr W Tiivr

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