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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 23, 1851
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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TO THK PUBLIC. 'rrbt had been offered him by others than that he could discover no pmceedingiagainsme t was !nititittedvtne; nature of m and, bow:it had t "T* 'nEIr. ; ihg.tbVnumber. of "
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eriginated. Mr. (otby
we had paid him on his first cargo, but that ? < Hernonde.immediatelycommenced Of the Comptroller. if\ ".u'-.,AceawsiU. according their ,
FAIJUC nnd having been he would take timber if ; Circumstances an investigation of the matter, and reported UtItUed .' ? ,
Ianiemusepot1ii our we would give _
now pressed upon'my me that he could not discover anything, *. -. There are "property'
put in circulation; nerioualy affecting my the same freight which had been offered him mind the conviction that ,tbe proceedings &proceedings t b found on the '(.. .'* Orita.1 come and business!many;'species which of goTrS; J
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reputation! and. an I bave reason to believe, by 01 hers; to this objected, and remonstratedwith might} be pending at Remedies,:and by the advice any or'.the Mat ro.of my r TbOMOttcr. January 28, 1880...JHi should in instfee, be taxed,now aDd which thai'i
by persons who )have for a long time and him upon the impropriety, as I con- of counsel I proceeded to Havana in'order brother. He' suggested & .thepr *Excellency THOMAS Blown,Governor, He. In poItof! almost] are.-

without any )just provocation been using 'ceived, of his conduct, and insisted that, he to procure what is called a ."Carta de Juan ceedings,de Rem.diG might bo.found and I in proposed some to go there at San, Dear Sir:-I ''have1 the honor" to report Slate in the f1.toXednl11. taxing every these.otbe' the;f

the most insidious means to accomplish my was as much bound to take the present car- Amnaro,"' ,by,mean of. which proceedings but was strongly, advised not to do so,as my own that the 'receipts into the Treasury from all amount levied upon other ,species mi&bt".r
ruin, but.operating: in a manner too con go at the tirice of freight stipulated as he might i be suspended in the matter'elsewhere, life" endangered by such a step, and that sources for the fiscal year ending on the'31 et reduced, and thus the bnraenibe

cealed to enable me to,have the opportunityof was to take the first; that I considered myself -, and an investigation the''eharge had'at I had the better not. ,purrfne I the matter any furtherfor October1849,' were .. $58,633 11 more equal -f reDdered... ? ,: '

'a judicial investigation of the nefarious bound provide a 'cargo for,him, al- Matanzas or Havana without any previous but JDstrct Jn' Mr.was..Hernande governed by to this,use advice every, The amount of.,warrants drawn port, the ,The present rates of com . insinuations with which the public mind inough I might-obtain, transportation for a imprisonment, .which,I.was anxions to avoid, \. 'mes' to prur for my brother a Treasury for the same period was follows: ed to the tax collectors are' ejectioi ble.W'> -
ha been.secretly poisoned azainstme, I am smaller freight; this remonstrance had no effect especially in a Cuba prison; to be an inmate "salva fcuurdia; ,.t. a judicial proceeding On contingent fund, $",392-,40 I recommend return to the, oU SystemSoft
compelled unwillingly to intrude upon the he seemed determined not to take the with the veriest cut-throats. sometimes granted t pnn' soliciting it. and Expenses fourth General' paying them a percentage the '
public a statement of facts, for which I offer timber at less freight than he proposed; butas I here wish to be vagbonds' a intend himself the party against is then pit charge appear and and defend is not Assembly, 18,552 83 actnally paid into theTreasm7.upon_ amount"' TT i4 '

all my excuse'the necessity which demands time was da psing and it was desirable to ing no insinuation or reflection in any' man- subjected to incarceration unless convicted. Salaries, ,16.627 59 The subject of ,thef fisheries.,Boon1-oar"
this step on mr part. ship the timber as early as practicable, I applied ner derogatory to the dignitaries and authorities i Whilst in Maw i Havana,; I availed Criminal prosecutions, &,, 7699; ;78 coast is one to which I desire to,call special'*
It is insinuated, but no individual will to him again on the subject, anti proposed of the Island, for no one them in myself of.' of' seeing many of my Miectlla1ltOUl-sach as. attention; The law passed some years since' !
that I have that be should take the timber and higher worth than brther' acquaintances, and "conversing'with forlbc
dare to make the charge directly, respect, and 'estimation them on tliis subject,and they all regarded and printinglawstaking! purpose of creating revenue"fwn'lt
',concerned in a case of piracy and mur- leave the question of freight to be settled on I do." The papers in 'the.eu were treated i"a a malignant attempt on the part of census children,'taxes >. that-source, has been found to be, 'in 'spite?*
der occurringsome: time in the year 1835 onboard his arrival at Havana This he refused to do, called for, and could not.be found, and the some enemy to injure and oppress him. 0 refundedMexican war .- ', '. of all efforts, eJy.ino{ra n. *m* It.
called the Carmen near a and I then informed him that I wouhi Escribano San ,After my reUru .bom,,-both brother and >& ." suit has '
of a brig bring Juan de Remedies. who my ,'1 ** & < c ".. 3,Vol 7'19 been owing principally to ,the fact;*
place known as *-Los Pcrros" distant about the matter before some judicial officer. His had the custody of them was arreste and myself entanue.. by the correspondence Exemption order, our referred effort ,; : that no competent person'will consent to'act; vas

30 or 35 leagues from San Juan, de Reme- reply was to do as I pleased. and he would imprisoned ; my efforts were ll t to.procure to enable him to proceed to Cuba' and submit Total Warrants18,839,79; commissioner. ,His duties are laborious, :
dios. in the Island of Cuba.I make it cost me all 1 was worth. I obtained an to procure the order 'solicited, and as this! to a judicial investigation of the charge instituted ,The amount ,of Clerks .-. and invidi us'and the compensation mea,""
left the city of St. Augustine (Florida) order for h's appeala'1cc before a magistrate, privilige could hot be obtained I was advised against him. certificates for pay Jurors -' I suggest that the latter be largely increased] .'

'ate in 1824 in company with my brother but nothing definite could be done,and upon my 'to leave the Island, as this the The instigator suspicion of against this matter Mr. Innerarity as being much and State Witnesses and it would perhaps be well to make the ;;

'rancis P. Sanchez for Matanxas, (Cuba,) consultation with Mr. Innerarity and by his would probably facilitate an obtainment of strengthened, if not indeed confirmed&,very by subsequent ,! taken 'up at the sheriff officio commisaioner ".I$believed *
,hich thereafter became my principal place advise the proceeding was abandoned, and it. I followed their advice, and procuring circumstances lie came to St Augustinesome Treasury, 6,968 00 that a large amount of revenue could with i
of residence whilst in the Island, and until the captain proceeded to take a cargo the necessary pasport a copy of which, is years a r\ardf and sought to effect an proper regulation,: be derived 'from thiat" ,
the summer of 1842. when I concluded to for other persons. This is all, to the best of hereunto A, I proceeded far arrangement Cavorblt him ltot. my claim against r T. $55,807,79 source. As it is, large quantities of fish are .

return to Florida, I had then been living in I I my recollection, that passed between Cap as Key W e8t,'.Florid:) I wrote to my brother my brother him, that as he an would have the,he suggested to in Excess of receipts over taken upon our shores, and that too by for* > '

the Island, openly engaged in various occupations -I tain Carasco and 1.gl whom I did at St. Augustine informing him of my situation Cub agaiRI Urn suspended, and proceedings woul deliver I expenditures, $2,830 32I eigners ,and non-residents 'who contribute .
occasionally' : requiring my presence afterwards. and desired. him to proceed to Cuba and papers in'' the case j thl prollitioD am, Sic.. very respectfully nothing. to the support of our ,Government
in different arts of it, for abont eight years I On the second or thir.l day after this occurrence endeavor to procure for me the privilige ofa was promptly and indignantly Your obedient servant, Under the law passed last session' direct,;"
after the affair at "Los Perros." without an I am not certain which, the choler personal investigation of the matter pen- brother with, who him urged; he me shortly not to afterwards make any arrangement left the SIMON TOWLE,' I ing the purchase on behalf of the State;of'
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intimation from any source, that 1 was con j broke out at the settlement; Mr. Sebastian ding against me ,without previous arrest, city. About the same time'the" papers of theprincipal Comp1ril.CoMrruoLT.ua'a :. I lands seized for unpaid: taxes'severaj thou, -
nected with that transaction. When I wentto Perez, at whose house I was an inmate, and and his statements are also hereto annexed; prosecution, in which it was attemptedto -: i sand acres have been bought in, and a' rery "
Matan/a with my brother, I became occupied one of the principal proprietors of the settlement marked B. He also failed in obtaining what implicate my'brother,'disappeared from the large item of expense (that of assessing and .''
and died of it and his I I office'of the Escribano at San Juan de Remedies, \ OFFICE 'l
business desired. I
in mercantile suddenly resolved advertising such lands
chiefly very to persevere in the accomplishment who had them in custody, and officer was Tb/JaAoww/November 1, I20: J year after year) cur "
afterwards became interested also in a sugar death was quickly followed by that of a bf my object, and opened a arrested and tbi tailed: A portion has been redeemed by the,,.
estate. In 1831, my affairs hiving become servant who had attended him; the settle correspondence with some friends at Reme- ,From all improoe to made, month JIb Dear Excellency Sir As THOMAS BROW law,Governor owners,'and the balance remains subject tor'
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have
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very much embarrassed through bad management ment was thrown into great alarm, and the dies. I addressed letters to Mr. Valdez, Col obtained in this subject from reliable honor the such disposition as the Legislature shall see *
of others, with whom I was con inhabitants liejan immediately to abandon lector at that p'ace' and Mr.'Estraton Ban- persons there, and who were in .situation to thin Office to report acts and proceedings of fit to make of it. This law needs a slight

nected, I made an arrangement which I then it;, many of them: left on the night succeeding sa, governor of the new settlement. from pak avi.dly, ,that I have there come is not unhesitatingly a shadow o?foundation to- .' The tor following the fiscal warrants year ending have 31st been October amendment, so as to require the tax-collect

supposed to be satisfactory to all my credt: the death of Mr. Perez, and others, myself whom I received most satisfactory). and friend,i for the charge against my brother,and that drawn the viz tor to bid, not to exceed the amount'of tar
Treasury
ore, and then, with a view of improving my among them, on the next morning; we I ly replies, and i I: annex a copy of that from the whole afar origiatd malignity, and wu Contingent upon fund ,' : &c. for the whole quantity of land offered. '
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condition, I determined to locate at some : went to the const and embarked in coasters Mr. Bausa, marked C ; the letter of Mr. instigated mlner and for the re&n Criminal $5,911 29 The late Indian outbreak on our frontier" *
other point of the Island, thinking it would lying in the Bay of Perrcs, and proceeded to Valdez is in the possession of Mr. Cornelius already assigned.VENANCIO' SANCHEZ. prosecutionsWestern Circuit caused a considerable outlay ot money to :""'

be more a
new position, where aided by friends I might ; company with a Mr. Roxa fr.cnd and couEe!. "C.SiS Eastern, '1.758 20 The funds were not however; drawn from;

renew my business operations, and as San !. and familv ; all the vessels had left "Los From the letter of Mr. Bausa, it will appear :, JVAS DR LOS RE3IEDIOS. Southern, 1,599 ::75 7,451 24 the Treasury (except a small amount;by'*.
Juan de Kemedios presents! inviting prospects Perros' bat that of Captain Carasco, who that the amount of the charge againstme Court session. 1 your order) but were raised by '. loan'at 7'
I established myself there, am! commenced ; it was reported ha remained to load his ves- is,'that in the dispute had .with Senor Don SANTIAGO R. SANCHEZ, Key West tMif Supreme 1850, ;;; 806 ,30 I. per cent. interest, oil, the credit of the State' :

a (limited Lusiuess. the profits, of set. tain Carasco, I used this expression: "Cap vary dearfrimd: Through Mr. C. Cp banks with the personal guaranty of. GOT. Mose---*
which though small induced me to continueit. Some considerable timcafter our arrival at not even the keel of his .vessel should leave ,| finger, who to me under date of the of the 21st lUth of April of June, together Salaries-Executive Prosecuting ,Departments 100 00 I ley These funds were all disbursed by the 'vi
yours
Whilst thus engazi-il, Mr. James P. In- I J I Remedlol Mr. Lucas Perez ont of the resi the Port," and 1 am required to explain whatI forwarJ. of the 20th June last.I 4,200:00': Quarter Master General, under the'directjorj'of ;

nerarity, with whom I became acquainted, dent. owners of settlement at "Ls meant by the expression. I may or I I I I I regret ver much the circumstances that have Judicial, 11,800 00' Gov. .Moseley- and the Treasury officers. :-
came to Rpmedios to look after some lands : Perms' (who with his family came to may not have used such an expression at obliged you refer to me and to our friend ViiI 150 have bad no' official- connection with the -

and a coffee estate which his father owned, 'diO' the same day with myselfhut in another the tile. I have no present recollection 'of I'' dcx.letter,being I have well taken apprised all such of the contents as were of necessary your- Rent Military of Armory, 0016,05000 250 00. transaction. The sum of fifteen hundred."

and as he made my house his home we became vessel and a relatve: of Mr.Sebastian Perez having done so, but i if I did, no rational being to enable me to reply to stp Printing Laws and Reports and eigbty.four.51-1oo dollars was, .however .
intimates, and he induced me to abandon -1 who hal died! of the cholera informed us could put any other construction uponit The origin of your unpleasant position is not as Supreme Court ','703 n 00 drawn upon your order as'an d- ',.
the business I was then pursuing and that all the persons on board Capt. Carasco's than that I would subject him to such you hv inferred, but got t up,by the intrigue of Pay'of jurors and State vance" 'from the Contingent Fond :to ena*. '',

join with hint in an enterprise which ;promised -I vessel were de and had been murdere damages and costs by legal proceedings a I 18umo Court disaffected of Admiralty towards in you Havana, getting In the witnesses. 18100 ble-the-volunteers then ,in service,, the'1 .

to be profitable. The purchase of tobacco (this was in tfe Jater part of ,) would deprive him of his vessel; these ,I did ing Supreme sentence upon that malicious Portuguese p ,. frontier to get home.which sum was paid to':.h:
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,": and segarg, mahogany and cedar for apparently) persons whose object was commenceand afterwards abandoned through I'M-Associates, in the affair of'th Spanish brig -. /*.*' ,'$31,45783; and disbursed by'the, Quarter Master *"
: shipment to market in Europe and the United plunder, as an attempt bad been made t fire the interference of Mr. J. P. Innerarity1, Carmen, to issue an ord r for your arrest and Add the'amount of Clerks'' certifi- J "* .. eral.-. -, {* *&
the of the vessel in several who I have examination on account of expressions which hesaid 'A law of last session directed: .:"that atr;: ;
States was object our partnership places; act.ve 8ep reason to believe afterwards instigated you had made use of two or three days before cates for paY"of Jurors,- ate. .. "
) : embarked in this business with a | were instantly taken by the the malicious proceeding for reasons the happening of the horrbl act, saying' "that taken up at the ,Treasurya .1 moneys belonging to the Common &ho11
fJ Ii i'mallcapitaloiie! lialfof \vhick Mr. Inner- discover the perpetratri ot the outrage, already,stated. not even the keel of tha yeallhou leave the per Treasurer's,report, 7,10150 Fund should be paid into the 'Tn ry..dJ"j : ,
. mritv furnished, and the other half was ;upI -I| and an armed orce was sent out, accompanied My exertions.have .ben, unremitted to x>rt." This,.from th ap&,i&e only capital to be invested by the C- r wwt -.
)plied by niy brother, the profits to be divided :: by a lawyer, t take chare of such legal procure an'o ll r'allowing me to proceed to barge from which a'superior operates tribunal)nothing a, !it issues be Makes'the. tolaljexpcnditurejfor t :' with the assent of the Go vernor;in the public f : ,

among 1'us, in the same proportion. Mr. iInnerarhy proceedings a might severl 'Cub, and submit to a trial of the false in; donehsthizC.urt.'ii ; Vrf,__ .?.c_ '.;-the year, ., $38,55933 atocb.ohbia State'-ot of the United Sutes> ,-
I : was'to give his attention to the ] \persons were arrested neCsrJ fD'by hthaCainst'me'witho < being If yon do not determine :stand your trial upon Thirty-eight thousai.1 five hundred and fifty I Resolution, passed subsequently" that .! .

purchasing of the tobacco and si-gars And to j the party who ha gone in pursuit of the assassins subjected to 'imllrifnment and the delay a charge, (which in truth is very trifling) unless nine 33-100 dollars .> ., ,i law.directed' the: Register.to:invest those* to

their shipment, and to all necessary business -. and rigorous measures were which would r.ecesriy ocur before such you he trial would, it arid'would the be favorable arrest which must to precede '. The receipts for the year are from the following I funds in State Scrip at a discount of-three-
to be transacted in the city: such u adopted against all who fell under suspicion. trial could be in Havana permission t appear her&you under procure bond, named sources, ,iz.' pet cent.: Under that Resolution the Ben*i
corresponding chartering and forwarding OrJers were sent to all the principal seaports In this matter I a[sustained by a consciousness 10 order t proceed to your defence in G summary Revenue : i ter invested (all or a part) in 'scrip, ,bat:at': :
vessels, and effecting such Kales as might be j for the arrest of the guilty persons. of innoenie and a conviction 'of manner. I Assessments 1847, $36 3t length,, finding no scrip or but a smaJlamocat:,
made at Havana of mahogany and cedar.- iMy In the meantime the alarm caused by the ultimate justic of the malicious This i is all the information that I could acquire I 1848, 490 82 was to be bad, deposited a few months.
the and which I have been
duty was to attend to the purchasing of ; cholera at "Los Pcrros" having in a great machinations: of enemies who seem resolved on erred to subject in defence of upon your reputation, which has re- 1849, 31,97168 since in the Treasury, the following sums: .-r

the mahogany and cedar trees and' baring measure subside! most of those who lad to resort to the vilest and most infamous not been lessened in the least, in the estimationof 1850, 6,944.86 ,On account of the principal of 'I '
the timber propeily prepared for market, and ; left the settlement rlurneJ'myself among means to oppress and injure me. I solemnly your friends and aquantces. who, like the Common School Fund $29,463'21"i';
to,the loading of FUch vessels as should be : thbm, and I business, pronounce the charge to be false in every myself suppose that mutke false' rep ; $39,443.74 On account of Interest of'COD1t '

chartered and sent to receive it:' and to take { and succeeded in getting.al our mohogauy feature and aspect, and'denounce those who resentation. have produced, occurrences so diesgrecablo. ,License taxes, .' ,3,1 18'72 ", moo School. Fund. 484 65'.

accounts of the cargoe Our first experiment to the sea-board, in a stte of readiness to have originated, as also those who have ; 1 thank yon for your belief in the friendship I : Fines and forfeitures, '<. ,. (64 The'"five p rceni. fund' ,":was before in".j.

resulted! unfavorably and we then de- be shipIelt'hil: t occupied I was applied aided in its circulation, as base and unprincipled profess for you from sympathy and injustice. i Auction taxes . 41915. ihe Treasury, and'is by law made part of-. ,
lermined not to ship any but of the best i to by Mr. VICa Perez, then acting calumniators. I am willing to I will always consider it as a proof ofrioilip. I Amount received in redemption of the.Common, School Fund... 'and amounts to .r
quality of timber; and to procure this description in the capacity of Teniente de Partiuo, to submit myself to the tribunals of Cuba, fora hat you believe call me upon useful m" in to every 'YVI lands bought in by the.Slate :,.. Princ'pal. ', .>)

we selected for our future operations aid him in the wrting required in the further ful and thorough investigation of the matter may Were .1 speaking to any you.other than yourself, I for unpaid taxes, -,, 14G._25 Interest .75 80;
the -Hato or Hacienda,** a rocky and examination into the nffar: of the murder onboard I can be secured against a previous might extend my consolatory remarks, which in Comptroller's warrants 4 50 .. 103 08:,tf
mountainous section of country, a large territory -j I. of the brig ; the testimony of witnesses incarceration: or I will avail myself of any 'onrgood judgment, and much less in your gen'lemaI11Inlmeots Profit and loss, 8,83 The total amount now in 'the : Treasury. '
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suited for grazing cattle called '-Los'1 I was Liken at several different times, and opportunity my enemies will dare to offer yon .stand not in need or ,! therefore, belonging to this fund,is, .: ;* '_".
the trials this life.
Perros," well covered with mahogany and I|I the record thereof tite to the authori I me for a judicial investigation in the Courtsof I you sincerely that mny'answerinsy of S .'$46,079,84 Principal or.capital,,- $30,439, 01.*'.

cedar growth and distant from llemedios i i I ities at llemedios. the United States, and any responsible >rove mol'some avail t hop, assuring yon that in Total receipts, forty-six thousand and.j sev-' \Interest!' 'n. :. .,$587 J3 "{Ii
about 30 or 35 leagues. Our operations i A vessel was sent for our timber anJ it person who may feel disposed to have this 11 have taken the greatest interest. a your most enty-nine 84-100 dollars. ( t This'money I'have" 'not as yet invested. i ii
here were more successful, as there was an I was shipped by me; I then went with the matter judicially investigated: can 'at any obliged servant and, friend There are no' public stocks of this State in '}
abundance good timber, and our shipments Captain( to R&neJio to attend to the clearing time be gratife and he' will always find me T* En'\your.. hand, ,By reference my Report for the fiscal which to i invest. The stocks of the United >
and sale were fortunate and profita out of his vessel, and did not again return ready to meet him.JAMES AUtA.I year ending the 31st">,October,?1849,.it will Stales have been and are still at a high'tf,*
since the Mr. certify the be a'true and correct be seen'that the ,of ,the very
ble. Three or four years bad elapsed to ; Innerarity purchased R.SANCHEZ. toregoDg"to expenditures .year premium (some 15 per cent) and aBler<
I bad left MatajiZiis, having as already all the interest represented by me in St. Augustine, Dec. 27, 1850.A. raiuktiou JOS.of S. SANCHEZ Spanish,' Translator.Sr. language. just ended, fall short of,.those'ol the,, former circumstances in which the country,bu.
t elated made aj I supposed a satisfactory, arrangement the mercantile luisinc, and also, under the ", ;._,: year $17,248,46. This saving is mostly; kent for several.months,placed deemed it L'

with my creditors there; but con- authority from his lather, the intcre of my -- though !not altogether the item of Legislative too great a'risk. to invest at,:those.rates.-r-.. >
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trary to my expectations, one ol them inetHated brother in a _tract of land which we had Don GKHOXIMO Y XOlUUJ Ano0sri.xE, Nov:11thts expenses. i V, Opportunities have of red for private loans,: .{
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legal proceedings against me and joint purch aeJ ;' the purchase money was Lieut. ten..lof the Royal Aruie., Great Dear Siff Your favor of the 13th inst., sleit 'The diminution of receipts owing to the but I did not approveof such mode of in*,.,:> .
threatened to amt an avoid in this : which in July, 1837, and I left that part.of the Fernando and the Cath- acquainted and'auction :tax s for the, just authorize it ;J
being jilaced position: olic, of the Legion or Honor of France, decorated turn fraut Cuba, and of your having requested year did not I have therefore,
would be ruinous to me, and prevent me Uiaa'd! and went to Havana some time in with se".rl others for services rendered me to endeavor to proureroln the Spanish Min closed is yet paid in'the'money; being retained thought it best to defer all action ,'upon the
from disembarrassing myself of my liabilf- Augrit'anJ remained (here until June, 1838; in the I'eniusulcr War and iu the Ultramarine uter at the Capti Gen- to ce sent up by members of the Leg matter,'rfhtil the meeting of..the..Legislature

ties I thought of leaving the 1 Island, but was hl'rt I was induced to enter into a negotiation ; Uomiuious, ,,10 declared. meritorious of the eral and to the return General to that of Marines Inland for in Cuba purpose enalo of- islature. The, assessment[returns, for-,the shortly to assemble. ',. 7. _. '.r

prevailed upon by friends not to do feU, and 1 for the purchase of a tract of land for cuu rl. member Academic of,several Ecnomicl and and meeting> you the accusation of which you spoke&Mel past year, show, on the whole. ,a -fair increase il respectfully suggest that this money; NIl.;':' _

determined to make any sacrifice that would the purpose of establishing a sugar estate. Gcnerl Li'oral of the Armyand'otthe Uovoror Island of Captain Cuba, lie., ho*just been received in reply .t I over those of 1849: ; The probability borrowed by the State, at,a_fair interest, to-
wcure my 'exemption from imprisonment I went for this purpose to Itemedios and effected President of its Royal Cour.,'Civil and Military hasten to say i .' is that by the middle'of December: when the be used in paying the current 'expensesVol. .
and enable me to remain and carry on the the purchase, and remained there until Governor; of and City," That as wellaa referred I can to recollect In letter yon stated, that t the meat revenue will be mostly paid in, all the liabilities .' the Government-not with :a.",view, 'to. dis-i:
time ?
the /
buinefrs in which \\'astb.en engaged: and the latter part of July 1838, ., and. .from 1'rexulcnt of the Provisional Assembly of be course of you transactions you Cuba. Mr.. 'Inner- I of the State to this date wiLlbe redeemed pense with 'taxation.for that .P rpoee.1 but ,.
Isabella .
Order of
Royal the Catholic.Delegate
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to avoid further perccution, I made an absolute thence I went to Matanzas, but before. leaving Auaeric of the Itoyal household and Patri amity, formerly of Mobile, fiad.' turougn yon, oe- and perhaps a balance left in the ,Trea' simply enable.the.State to pay promptly.
and unqualified assignment. waiving llemedius! I accepted, the proposition mony of i thi Island, of the General npcrintendance come indebted t your brother .Mr. fV the naucao, ,uiy.. This'result however: depends' entirely all her current dues, as:they :'arise,:'instead" ;[l .
made b the individual who had of : Sanchez; t a CDderlble amount for recovery ) upon the punctuality of theVtaxpayers of compelling her creditors : '
certain privileges, secured by law to persons engaged .lil and Genera J'Oll Offices; brother' ageutwasabout : to rwaiV(as she .,
in my Mtnation, of my entire interest in the with )in this last $speculation, and sold &0", fco., & of whic you as yuur and that soon: you and tax.collectorsithrongbout i the state now does,'until;;the:end of tht year. l wheo''l:j;

sugar estate already referred to, for the use him my interest in the land. No..163.: notified lrlecul.h, to sue for th ar money; tha is impossible to.:foretell ,with .certaintyhow the revenue comes .ID.;, 'WiUi theIsum..._...
and.benefit of my creditors which was satisfactory After my arrival Matanzas I became Dtvr/tO.. I.grant free and Atofttur. and during your absence ;from Cuba on a'visit the matter will'stand.' / .: thirty thousand'dollars-in'tbc Treasury, it.,f'4i
sickand until ; pugport to Don to your friends her you were> that 'The laws no.w In force relating to this department i is believed the State could ,
and all proceedings against me were quite midding Sant. keep 'constantly .
continue f Sptmber.I g3 go llamon certain accusations bad been against you to ofthe'goer urient have, with 'a ,,
mae
yea"
withdrawn. My situation had become distressing regained: in June native of Captain or to the of Marines.That inadvanceofherexpetisesindpay u4.to. :i'i
Complexion to
an g. nwar-r
go tie ner found the
daring paittwo
venerl been
few ,
ForId exceptions
took immediate her creditors thus doing with the
anddiscouraging, and I resolved as indeed with short intervals 3T', thy; to theo as you to Havana yon ; away pre- j >
soon as practicable to ell out ali the interest visits; to my'relatives, until 1842. Hair,chcgtnnt; brIm Ilowcl.-- steps to ascertain what the alleged chargeswere years to operate well :Those, passedat sent system of issuing a,scrip,,to be hawked r.: .
in the various kinds of During residence in I was .For ea middling; H avana,. 29th of Deo.,, ,but.,finding no trace of them ther.you bad the l last scRsion of",the,,Legislature' especially about at a ,discount,' or' discounted out..of .
repieseuled by me my '
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latnz r Eye ; color of 1312. thought of going to iui J nan da U.m.dio .have man eminent' degree, securedefficiency'system'and !*
brother : thieveryfund.T' ,. ; ,
property acquired by the partnership. We occupied in business matter1 my rhair;, VALDEZ.: whence tho loultlonl emanated, but punctuality, and to ''>
continued our timber business and shipments arrangement'wa' mae with Mr. JamesP. g Eyw, dark; had been Ivid'lo 'do so;because they were burdens .of 'taxation. In capellislon I.beg' leave ,to state .that...",
were' made to commercial houses in Innerarity jn bia father then in None, middling; said to bo which' might' cause-yourarrest some extent equalized the business of this office has! fallen som-{,.
Havana'Messrs. McQuaker Co.and also Mobile,and by his authority, including some g Mouth, do.; and that'as'neither the charge nor accusation .- ..Some' >amendments .are,;. however, i what behind hand-lowing to Jt tho', actt.that "fthe' '
leave the Island '
better be ofmyprovlnee
known, had neede&andtotheseitnaay'npt out .
'de.Fees wore you Jaw
: I ; force allowed here by w not ,safficient -
to Mr. Fernandez, by whom vessels were former transactions, by which his father became Bard 4 dollar till the matter was more fully, disclosed; to"call attention1. i '' .
forwarded for the rates of freight, responsible for the payment of. I. which'yoncdid. Yon being desirous t clear i to conduct 'it properly. This!busmneaaj
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cargoes abut I :foregoing to be a true and correct The laws of last Ie88IOIrelatang to auctioneers,1 '
and it ,
bein 'arran td by them. 1 f 14,000; and t scure.the pa'mentof 1 translation of the original Pasport granted.b1 yourself malicious of accusation inch charges, without, upon'however a groundless subjecting.and : by a singular omission,-leave undefined is every year the increasing force should, be increased isabso1ute1ynecessary' !ia n
ofa all his fathers Cuba ;, : ;
individual named of to'
he Santiago
An Carrasco captain on the Captain v
executdmortgge' GeDer. Dn, .- yourself to the of a Cb IncrIo their term,of office.; The,experimentof '. ', ,. /
,, proportion. "K
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have \ rgn ,
coaster a native of Old Spain who had ,that ant on S d
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requested see & the tax : auction sales I IL.
you from -
reducing .on
hare the honor
SANCHEZ I
JOS. S., Translator. to ; ..
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occasion received I date from this transaction all for authority ;
you ,
on a previous acargo transpired my ; and endeavor to gel him &prur two to one cent, ..has I.:think, 'resulted &e.e: ,
from me under-,engagement with Mr. Fernandez subsequent troubles, and t' this individual from the Captain or General 0 per and 1 commend return 'to very respectfully. ;'", ,.. .":0.

by whom"ne had been paid, ,came mainly I ] attribute the origin of the, 'nefrious B.- MAie bywbich for the you p-irpoae might of bo meeting permitted the Investigation to r$, the unfavorably old rate;-." r. a .: t r ;, ; SIMON JPt TQWLE. ,AccOIWS, -v..j

for a'second cargo b with a larger vessel; attempt.destroy my. peace and .reputationwhich I ST., &:tG-UsISK, 1sIcernber,1849'IVenancio ." ;JI tbl charges alluded to, .without the I The license laws should be so amende as Compfrdiler' ",.p,.
a brig called the Carmin; and,7as'I:I 'understood bas.fquuJ ready, abettors in black Sanchez, certify: that I.went to risk of being imprisoned; wbich you believed was tei'r require the sberifls (as well as the clerks ; :. ,. j ..'\tl .
under the same stipulations of freight hearted and unprincipled human fiends. ,both Key West in the early part of ISO, at the instanceof the object of your scousorswith the aiemo make semi-annual .repoitsothis' pffi .' AVe are gratified, 'to learn the appointmenV'iof : : '
to ,
James who Informs of
as before. The quantity! .timber! thenreat1yforshipment in' Florida'and Cub.i' ,. ., me wy by brother letter his I.Snchel.et1ed from Cuba tire r'i uf embafrassihe agaID&the.Individual recovery above 10lr named.- This i is now generally' done" under' my instructions CaptOYl'M.., Wilson'as' UnitedStater iiMdilAgtnt .
was considerable and ,it ( At the time of*the arrangement ,with, Mr: in consequence o of some proceedings instituted 1 ; aeaad after the arrfval.of.Mr. James P. ,'but to secure punctuality; ':peti- on the South Carolina Rail Road? s 7'
was necessary: that'it: 'fchonld'bf' forwarded informed, ,him l that prompt pay; there ,against;him.' >He;stated.to me Innerarity. in the'fall of ItMI.'yon seeing &I alryfor neglect should imposed by'la.w.t. between .harleston'and l ,August'; .Captn 1
early market and 'for this reason a larger Inueanly.expected andwould, be requiredas that be bad good reasons to inspect that one had shown him some attentions at my 101 The needs no amendment Wilson, beei> for some time a resident of .
J&i. P.Innerarity; whose father,and for whom mentioned to me that he had come to endeavor, & ', revenue ,system } Savannah, and well and '
1 ( ,
I bad 'resolved as'soon 9rabJyknori >-
reported filially as eoujj
vessel I had been'proided. The.fraptain has hewn In relat'un -
his father far'as s ,
b." acting,"'was very deeply indebted t me, settle your brother claim against ; so experience ;
himself to me at La'HacJenJa,'"1.3Perros collectall' outsandingcIaims, to' go to FJorida ; fearing.hU'inability': &'med.bt that you believed that he was the person who had to ;;:its general 'operafioni'AtTregacls," as one pf the: accommodating'.and .tl-:
," roo r 'or five miles' inland from hisanthoraground t IJ e.. I -. .. I with me to make : engagment instigated the accusation agninst yon '.' ... sl however, the rotes of tutlon"and the kind .manJ1"co.mmande' \ of, our:stewners ;"I f '
; and :said :'that.in: a few II the urnrner of j8 z'.l went over to entity of which all h.lather'property was mortgaged did notlaythe subject i i before the Spinish o1.pmperty&c.ta1edLi aai|decidedly of Savannah, on the Florida Route. Te..p'M '
and would made liable,'in case of his Minister because,*.*..hue>''Washington;; it apr !
day be would be ready to r eive.tb ttim',1 Fl riai remained' uuti! anmetimeinNo* pay the mortgaged debt,badlnitlgated JO..Uot m!is.thai ar ? UJeI.of'the .United opinion that material reforms are called .for. poititmeitusagoo4oiaeandwiI1doubUsss''z, ". ._
bet; expressed my satisfaction at,.seeing \ re!urned.t Cuba, far t ,with the motIve deterring him StatoI, your,appUo&&lo1L aboald'bare,beea made The present mode of,taxing'land '.by classes give-perfect. ". satisfaction. to ail coqcensJ;;".:. *
!him return aiid.with a brger ire el/emarkr going first to Havan and then to ,Mat a from returning to Cuba,,oat.1l."U,ha succeeded through the American Consul at Havana or to ,b exceedingly unequal and unjust; all lands'' "tSjtasoQe.rgsei,--,
ipg that there was a larger quantity of! tim. and having understood that some, ba that I bad. ,nu bis father my the Secretary bat of from State.mylonj r and whom absence I should,from.this viaggested.il are divided into three grades'and each grade : ( ,I_.. :.--t. : .,..ti, -".1.J -
claim ;
l liti ready fequiring ajar e vessel for Us transitortatJon been bsueu/pr ny arrest, founded upon business and thush La,prosecute would plo my and against save the plaoe, amlof not'sufficient importance to deservethe pay..a specific tax,whereas it.is well known 'Vicwu--The Virgi ia papersthatthefwbittpopulatioaorr .:'.."
and- nduded by,telling kin that rerre. ntao'.apJlstme'JI'; connectaoo4.vah' tie f1 brother's prop notice which you seemed dedroo*to give to. it. that the lands !in anyone grade'.vry.mucbIa : V'ft. 'or
&wou1d4eIipthe.timbr, -a&, soona3.be the' ; : to. my counsclMi.IlernaaJez ruet..r1'lrmjldleiale. Key West to HaY, With much resect,' ours very truly value and productiveness! The effect"is i ia wiflsatO,4Q90UOP.14.. ; of.WsM J .
II should ittfium me of bu realiness to take it : to investigatehinatter and AI Matanias, to;Investigate tem t .[Itned.1. ,JOS..Jo1J.lI&MA.NJJ z.-t that lands! woirta.. twenty 'dollars':'per''iicre : I nnn,.qn.-.rwre-.poplaJMioA.. .. : :
aboard;.we separated, b 6,,returning to his i ascertain, if:>ch 'was, the .caseand;; I what tr, d.IJlbl. t urJe.Datur ad aIw1.r' {I certify the'foregoing to W' trae aid"correct pay:tto greater tax than land worth five,''oreyealess. of"SeStiite will it i said,,heiVirginia -A. ::-1n. 'i .
f be,made .Jhe orib. t .p1ofal.tter., from G.n.,Jo*.'-M.: vesseJ&and., rewiming mjusines.UaoI! w-as the nature> tthe charge; the Mine of t Ellas H.rDdl,' ', .;.This inequality sbouM be remedied ; | ,', _.
tW time expected 1Q1Jear froinubimr.he re. 'examination i desired'J in. !the .proper :officeroand b" by.me,as Md James.. R Sanohev P ,q"t 4 _C I "I1N-1'i 1 :, ,'either by altering. and, largely I, 'increas-,-' gn-' 1} ''UI''llporuooment.- l' 'iiJp*' ';: .
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. SECESSION. military and civil quota 'for the mainten* Suck1'Con4htioi wit not therefore, &gLEOAL'OPINION. < I836,'he will soon fin&'litfpbcw' : ; home too LEa1LATiv'E.IIO1SSE : .
anceot and the ) je.opmfon of the Attorney General, uporTlheJquestion dot for, him.. The /a rnnanjg -
The Sentinel, in an article controverting this common government think, bC.beld. (' ; tia\
: the doctrine of the right of secession, as advanced withdrawal of any"one1 might}Mr-uVrapgB' ..1',DaUbe'" .. ..t 'and.,<"is 'an onment'as' '- -* submitted itfbimtya'M 'faaoffV I.m'. GlutiOnpMbe c the! Endiansfand t TJc! ip protecton| themselveswith givento OFnEPRE, 'AT
forevet !jail !
" in the Report or the Committee on- the nope whole of its sysletfiastlo success.. ;'Thus destroy the secession'! ofNew otde a'.fund V*IUIII Ut IV the qpHi. i w M House, re1ve loj tberel theuf ]by,the nationwas .source of much Mr. Magbee introduced a bill for the pay

Federal Relations published in our last York, rouM acbally divide the -Union 1 !' presses and'.u"agitators-which'thev" ; 'are- pOCir.tludges' to anc..Supreme( ,,Court iinrtoyapce tat ahe States 'ol Afabama' and ment of tbe debt for supplies and tranpp

says,,speaking of the old Articles of Confederation into two separated parts; that of Arkansas, pending in small, dark, ,suspicious t 'witticisms. Benches given in a commu'nicatioi,'front Georgia \" Florida. *A..OigTO lhe nation who tion of Florida Volunteers in .

' ; r with bet one representative, would lose theKSputh They decry the attempt aa a failureof that officer. He expresses, opinion that adopted succeeded their in making dress and his language way to and in the, Mr. Milton introduced a bill for increasing

l twojrotesJn the Senate j that of Tennessee the,Circuit eligiWe I ejqprejne tha.salaries .ofahe Lee eryL&at..
yf'mtgbr.-we tMn -niceqUston' would'creale'aTore1griv1riati6rltfentirely some deeply entrind'here'concocted Judge*wr Jo J fpaceof"I'few1thw bem1ho.Iv ,,

f Vow far under that .league, any. State embraced surrounded by the remaining! .States. not ,to benefit .t couptjybut, ,to promote, Bench because the l latter is not a "different" that it impNi- Attonmey General, and TreasPr-l4b114'',, r '..V.
\ in' if had the equitable right to withdraw some selfish ambition 'on the" part, of a few station, i in the sense'of ihVWtriction of 'tIC'Constitution b'le for t8 owner to identify him. Mr. James's. Jone,''fromtne CommIteon

from it at pleasure,leaving the balance The Doctrine of Secession In 1808. ,but is likewise circuit&J 'found indolent habits of the savages Internal reported objections
; to hold the bag-to fulfil all the obligations The following interesting reminiscence men most prominent -and most deservedly uicial. much to their taste, and soon became most Improvements
\t I' entered*into Jnr tits'behalf by the common has recently been r revived In opposition tb sortc the hagrin of the careers'"in th "Cje : Neither,in Jhe.Supreme Jndgeship ayeoffice; influential characters and the, expertest against the passageofihebfjl; tptcon t

. ageflUsCaiL nch alright, existjinder.thia the'modern doctrine off peaceable secession. country, the present time.: Either ,'crete th prese.jjt.Sessionjio.which ,a ,thieves in-the nation..They,.ot.course all timcla road from AliamUo.Jndiaji Rjver

F i more. perfect Union t' AU must admit that !'Je case being altered the witlings: are at too disengenuousto; admit Ciruifig, .would t be eligible I but is merely -, had nominal owners among the Indians who) similar to those' -.1,against_ ,the.*.clearing5oftbe,

t; We 'think the', following! which') is, the I alters the case,'! and theoryof secession, the:truth; and, motive which is tobvious I d, in-'pursuance-of a"prov1sion"o'lihe had as'little'regard for'thigh proper Ola\aha and as applying to special'per.-
assign io the of the Constitution,
a New England State in 1808 Is quitea ) : ty or requirements '
last of the Articles of Confederation shows by the fund for
i ution. designed a general
the right th or their moral Cnsli cATLANTIC I Abolitionists poses system
different thing from secession by a Southern to thinking ,__ as, .. themsJns;
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pretty cfearly'the intent of that instrument, : I .1: 1 of Internal
q : State in 1851., vision is,as circumscribed as, their, geographical .- -.AND GuLyRAILaoAD.--Tbc Improvement.
r uti. under: the, lea, union and NEW 'Jan. 8 P M.1. Decision' in: ; '
"perfect
IE and We believe the abandonment : the YORK, ,: ; Mr. Fergnson fro the, .Committee rn
A SCRAP OF HISTORY. political, of Gov. BROWN vetoing ,act
; i ow far'any thing like secession was contemplated in message j the Case bfn.JudgeJ'ids: n' ha"giv Agriculture reported, favor,of the development .
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Fro the Richmond JEn uirer ofDc. 10, 18O3.'OaTuesday .! of the new Union move:orginate' amendatory of the'act Atlantic his decision.the caseof Henry Long, the

t thenjiVAftTicLK last the-electors of Virginia the loftiest motives. Certain it'i is, ,that if a and Gulf Railroad ncorpntilg't Under 'Fugitive Slave-and has ordered hio to1 be of the 81riculturJ resources of tie '

1 J 3. Every State shall abide by dined together at the Swan tavern, in this representation: of the American, peoplewere nywa remanded tohis'owners. State by the people, setUng"irththe'
' 1 t the decision of the United States in Congress 'The Madison Corresponding Committee consideration, ii1t1i'e11ouseof *' : 'of t tthe'State Ianu,
city. to assemble in> Washington or :Respecting his removal from New York, great capacities! and
assembled, ,which this their now last and-was
tl on questions by and the Governor of Virginia were Thursday finally passedby '
would demand the nomination the Philadelphia, Inquirer pays: the importance of' producing at home_that
.el confederation are submitted to them. And guests. These gentlemen, cooing from elsewhere, they a vote of 24 yeas to 11 nays.
-! : the Articles of this confederation shall be inviolably different parts of the Stte and bringing of one of the great leaders,of the recent The bill law i He left New York for,Richmond by the which'we are now lavishly obtaining from ,

i (,observed by every State, and the with them the le s tbe people! achiev of is now.a. having pre.viouslr' five o'clock line, in custody of Ieputy-IJ.S. abroad. The report is of some length,

:''t Union shall be perpetual; nor shall any alteration many' of them distinguished Whigs 01 toe Compromise menltbe'n'aes passed the Senate Marshals Talmadge, Brow and De'Angelis.He clearly,exhibits, t ibe necessity,of.renewed aD attention
at any, time hereafter be made in Revolution, assembled in harmony and unityto whom are household, or certainly as was guarded Jersey City by' a, large tbe of ;
; any of them,unless such alteration be agreed i interchange the eotions' of friendship at the sun shines. It may them, ADJOURNMENT 'or THE LEGISLATURE. police force The U. S, OfCrri with their to subject Agrculure.

It to in A Congress of the United States, andj this interesting crisis our public affairs. thereforeto' discou,tinance the:i idea,to gnard Both Houses of the,General 1 Assembly have prisoners were met I last the' rrival Dr'J: H. Verdict, one delegates t

1 afterward confirmed by the legislature.of Every thing was conJucted in the most the of ulterior in agreed upon Friday next (the 24th inst,) a of the cars at the Kensington Depot, by the Nashville Convention; W invite to a
design
: every State."And order'y and dignified manner. It was all 'the against imputation the day lor the'final adjournment.; Deputy U. S. Marshals Smith, and\Halzel, seat within the bar of the House.Mr. .
j whereas it has pleased the great feast of reason and the flow of 'I ul.l!, the outset of their great efforts. It may also of thil city, supprte l by thirtY officers, under Milton'introduced the'

j I GoY rnor of the world to incline the hearts "Spencer Roane, Esq.. one of the judges thought best to let ,the country take its Maj. John Beard has been chosen by the Police tr.I following resolution ,

of the legislatures we respectively represent of the court of appeals and Chairman of theElt.toral wonted course, now that the perplexing General Assembly ;to succeed Hon. Simon i I The negro was conveyed from Kensington which was aopte: ,./ .
;t fn Congress to approve of and to authorize College, presided. Robert Taylor, ir. custody of the U. S. officers, and a Resolved, That the' Attorney General of '
: us to ratify the said articles of confederation Esq., of Orange, Speaker of the Senate, actedas questions have been settled, and that tranquility Towle as Comptroller.oHbe.State., ,Wm.. detail'of Marshal Keyser's ofccrl ill one, his State; be requested to examine a 'toie ,

and perpetual Union know ye that' we, Vice President. After, an elegant and may ensue, when new conventions R. Hayward, 'the present effluent Whig of nat'8 omnibusses to D entitled An act amend the Ac bil't incorporate '

::1t the undersigned delegates by virtue of the plentiful dinner, the cloth was removed, and or agitations would keep them alive. But Treasurer; we are gratified to learn has beeu pot, corner of Eleventh and Market I! the Atlantic and Ro'

power and authority to us given for that the following toasts and volunteers! were the most vital consideration least to the re-elected.: where he was placed in the car and startedfor Company connection with the .eto '

purpose, do, by these presents in the name drunk.' the South in charge of officers TalmaJge, be Governor of the State upon ,the' rabject j ;
t. and in behalf of constituents detractors of this movement! that an embodiment Brown 'and De of New York. '
t our respective Omitting the preceding toasts, the following Angels and furnish the house of Representative*,
infamous' coalition which has been
L;r fully and entirely ratify and confirm each was the regular toast on this; occasion of the masses of the people in the The : | The Marshal loJce alb ha I a partyI with his opinion upon the" Constitutional

- I. and every of the said articles of confederation : I-t support of a man pledged to enforce the entered ;into by the Locofocos, and rampant j of his officers the Baltimore le- difference a presented, or existing between'

h and perpetual Union, and all and singular "THE: UKION OF STATES : THE MAJORITY I Constitution and the Union, "at all Abolitionists in Massachusetts has thus far r lint for the VUros of preventing anv breachI he_General Assembly and thO"emo.

i: : the mattersand things therein contained; MUST GOVERN : IT IS TREASON TO SECEDE." preserve resulted in the choice of Abolition officers in 'I the Ile'c No disturbance whatever And that the Attorney
_ and we do further solemnly plight and engage hazards and to every extremity," would expose i though I occurrel. The slave was taken requested to state his opinion; whether*anon
" of the'State and Locofoco officers
1 the.faith of our respective constituents, the few who had the temerity to work the Senate through Philadelphia without the slightest tiier of the privileges am!-'rights 'of '
tt that.they shall abide by the determinations in the House of Representatives. Geo. S. exciteineut. be ascertained .
FLORIDA REPUBLICAN. against the object, to an odium more indelible Corporation can or known
2' of the United States in Congress assembled, than the brand of Cain. Treason were Boutwel (Loco,) has been elected Governor, I' We do not know how any body can exist, otherwise: than by a judicial tribunal,
.);( on questions, which, by the said confederation and 11. ,W. Cushman, (Abolition,) Lieut. their imler tbe Common Law and of t
the law with
officers Constituton
1L are submitted to them; and that the Thursday January Z3, 1851. the best plea which an opposition could file L I charge not doing this State.

cr i articles thereof shall be inviolably] observed in a cause so noble upon the one side ands Governor. The Lcos'it is said are by this duty under the Fugitive Law, after reading The bill the
first and
'4 1t bythe states we respectively represent; ni Mr.JOHV WILSON, of Tal.ha.e I* abominable upon the other. The great truck and dicker" arrangement to havetheU. the above. They certainly mustered pretty and repealing 3d'of second sections :
! THAT THE UNION BE PERPETUAL." S. Senator for the short term-till the 4lh amending section the act in
authorized act Union with characteristic strongly at the various point?,and acted
(luy t as an Agent forte party, a forbear. veryenergetically relation
Republican .Uy and vicinity.J5S March next-while the Abolitionists are to andO doubt Mr. felt to! trailing witb'slue was passed.
ti; From the Jlidimond Timti.The tat ance and charity, have no desire to place Long "
'r Right of SeeeMlon. receive the votes of the "unterifed" for an it small after all The bill to'aler and amend n .
any whom they now call brethren in such a I was no potatoes, to b a pro'
't t The that State has Abolitionist (Charles Sumner) for the full in Chancery certain cases, wa .,
proposition every the ? The editor of the Republican intending light. And yet such would be the positionof : fugitive'.ngge. under such an escort.
:t! absolute right to secede from the Union, and, term of six The "Democracy" .in I Preamble anI resolution urging ,upon-
%t having the right count its ,being to be absent for a few weeks, has entrusted the latter, were this party to rally its years. Congress fot the I losses sustained
may upon Massachusetts, we sh'ould, judge; are of the From the For ian fy JolT nf lie teA .1" payment
.:,,! peaceably acknowledged; or else upon en- the charge of the paper 'during that i millions from the hills and gens! that chequer easiest kind of virtue. Election Judges other OA x*. by> citi/.ens-in the late hostilities with; the

\ ';!! !ilying it the has sympathies of the world in main- time to F. C. BARE Esq. Communications our continent of freemen. Painful mightbe The principle business of the I/gslature: Seminole Indians, and asking 'for the. appointment _

; uimg recently been advanced in co can be addressed as formerly to the such a division. Better indeed were the ELECTION OF U. S. SENATORS. The Legislature during the present week, has been the elections. of .
a to take
;41 ma imposing forms, and in itself involves omwionr testimony -,
old with all its strifes and bick of Missouri has re-elected Thomas Four Circuit Court Judges have been
such results that it demands editor or to Mr. B. party spirit, in relation
the deliberate -
grave chosen wit Thomas thereto passed.
to Douglas, \va
Esquirefor
than demarcation that H. Benton the U. S. Senate for six
:: consideration every patriotic and reflecting Jan. 16, 1851. erings, a perchance, to years the Eastern Circuit, J. Wayles The House reconsidered,the vote in rda

''-'T,. citizen. A single view in which would leave but one desert to a portion of from the 4th of March next. Esquire, for the Middle Circuit, George Baker. tion to the .bi in regard to trading with
the subject is presented by the present circumstances fellow-citizens Richard Broadhead (Locofoco,) has been Hawkins for the Western Circuit
:'4. of the must convince U. S. SENATOR-ELECTION OF STEPHEN our Ecquirc, : slaves! and said bill was placed the.
country XL. BIALLOHY. "A in honc.t hand elected succeed Dr. and Joseph Enquire: for the among
the
whip to Penn
every Sturgeon by Lncsteri
't all of its
, .41! men, exceedly critical importance. The two-Houses of the General Assemblywent To lash the madmen naked through the world!" J, Southern the newly chosen orders of the day.

:';,f f The close Legislature ofits late of South Carolina, at the into joint meeting on the 17th inst. for Such like reasons, if any, have promptedthe sylvania Legislature.! Judgethis Circuit, General J. Wayles Mr. Magbee offered a resolution that' the
stormy session, made Senator Bright has been re-elected from -
provision \
:)t surrender of the to rally Hake may say that :o all the virtues Secretary be reqnired to'write to the, proper
for the election of delegates to a the election of a United States Senator for proposal Indiana. which constitute he 'adds
gentleman, we
; ; Southern Congress at Montgomery in Alabama six years from the 4th of March next, in : Union party for any temporary. political'pur.. believe, the legal learning necessary for a Department at abingn requesting that
" t in which the Southern States are invited Yulee whose MAGNOLIA. The other of a set of the Ltnllard \ and measures '
; place of Mr. David Levy term pose. TiE Judge. gentlemen are, course,
to participate, and for the election'of of office then expires. Three This'steamer ,is hourly expected on her 'well known To Judge Hawkns: has been adopted by the General Government b furnished = ,
.i .Slate Convention ballottings .
to whose business -
I delegates a TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF ".
,l H. NO the time paid the compliment of a re-election by a to this State. '
first t to this at of
it will be to act upon the recommenda. were bad on the Monday previous without a BCDY. trip place writing "
. vote nearly unanimous.
tions: of.the proposed Congresn or, if it choice being effected. On the first ballot At Ihc_first ballotting for Senator in the this. From the following from the Georgian Up to the time of this on- Which was aoptc: ,-
it ,a..failure, to act for the welfare of of, the 13th, it will be seen she has arrived present wrifng Mr. Bryant resolation, that'inasmuch ,
STEPHEN R. MALLORY,' (Locofoco,) ,of Key Legislature on the 13th, Mr. Yulee received ly two Of the Supreme Court Judges have olere a

:1:: ttye Carolina alone. Ibis legislation is was chosen by the following vote 29 votes, and was tied by blank. On the in Savannah. We learned that her been chosen, Messrs. Anderson and S.mnei as doubts, exist a to the
.tl ubtedJy predicated a desire and West eligbil''or
upon first 'to' Florida the former of Penacola the latter '
trip was to be made this ) members of this
: i, purpose, on the part of the Legislature (hut over Mr. Yulee who was the,caucus, 'candidate second ballott, Mr. Y. received 28 vote, chicola-the first a democrat the second'a I'G.encti. ,

,'; it is yet to be tested whether the sentiments of the "democracy:' nnd' Mr. Blank obtained 30. We have, seen week. whg.IThe: both 'gentlemen of high Judges the Co.r to seats on.the '

. !r of ibe people have been truly represented FOR 'Austin, the latter candidate often get a few votes, The new steamer:Magnolia Capt. McNEL- character/and. well r established reputation alawycr. Supreme Bench, the Attorney General b requested "
MALLORY-Sae.-Me8R ,
Sf; at Columbiato effect the withdrawal of TV,, arrived here yesterday morning from '
to : the'
A before distance give hiopino on
r very, but we never knew him to a subject r
South Carolina from the Union New York which she left the 5th
in .
t company port on
. I: with_ ,, the_ other Southern States if they Smith Buddington, Crawfor Fiuley, McMillan, distinguished competitor, as in this instance. i inst. When 40 miles South of Cape Henry, has Our been)young chosen friend Clerk, John of P. K.Supreme Savage Which, adopted. .

r'll choose,to join her, or alone, i if thty do not. House-Messrs. Allen, Anderson, Baker, she experienced very severe ,weather from Court. th The,select committee on the subject of an

:.i The recession of South Carolina is then a Battle, Brett, Brown, Bryant, DEATH OF THE SPALD1-VENERABLE THOMAS -. North Et and put ,back into Nor asylum for indignant insane persons ,
I
thing :"in the actual contemplation of her Brwnel folk, Va. the,latter place on tbe6th rep-
ed in favor of the
Burnham, Hopkins, Lou, The same.The'seect :
The death of the Hon. THOMAS SPALDIXG Ne".frO1 CalU'nta. ,, ,
law ,
; givers, and if those law givers justly and put into Smithville, N. C. on the
.1 represent their constituency. [which we Magbee, Matherf McCall, Plummer, Scott, of Mcintosh co., Ga., has been announced. 8th. Left there on the 11th at 2 o'clock-P. The fortnight's later news from California ; committee to whom was 'r lcr- ,

:i confess we,seriously doubt,] recession}is the Shine -31. Wilkinson-21. Though he passes away at a ripe old age, M., and.arrived here at 1 P. M. yesterday.She brought by the Georgia at. NeOl'than red'the bi'to alter and amend the :'Consti i-:'
-11 deliberate intention of the State. Now if has had heavy weather the I whole wears a more encouraging aspect any tution in to :
: FOR Brown of crowned with; the affections of ,his fellow- passage we have been receiving from that quarter respect voting by oUot'npr :
:" thedoctrine above stated, of the. absolute YlLEE-Snatt-leFlrs. and proved herself a fine sea boat. ,
'Jt t right'of peaceable secession; be souud, any Columbia Johnsn, Maxwell, cItizens and the honors.of a well-spent life, Her model is peculiarly sharp and calculated lately. That fell scourge pf the human ed in favor of substituting ;t'

; restraint which the Federal Governmentmight Moseley, Perry, and Ta10r-1.. bis'demise vibrates a cord of sorrow in the for great speed, which she will undoubtedly race, the choler has 'done ,Itsorst and, made of voting, inasmuch 'as ,the :latter ,w

;,s, 'attempt to impose upon its exercise, House-Mr. Speaker, 1l essrs. Bennet, hearts of Georgians, and others in the Southto attain. Her dimensions are, length 146, when the.stamer left' the det the more independent,and becoming a .republican ,
. disease few that
. would be a wrong; and although! South Bradley, Dilworlh Jones, }inla8n, H wes J.S whom his history is known. The closing breadth 26.6 inches, depth of hold 7.ee 6 were s it worth while newspapers system, and as numerous frauds are incident &
Mil
:-'f Carolina might, in the estimation of her s'ster Jones. J. W. inches. She measures with a of hardly thought copying them.
:.:" .States; have no just cause for her act of ton, Smith, Standlcy, Steele, Taylor and public act of his life was Presidency 300ols carpenters measurement.- Her en.' This gooJ news indeed. to the ballot made of voting.'

;i' 4 secession, yet they,might with good reasons WarJlaw16.Total of the Union Convention of Georgia.Te gine ,is a W alking-bam9 was built by Ic are to rely upon the published ac- A message from the Senate communicated

F.I. ; be expected to defend her affirmance of the -23. gave week or two ago a fine extract from Messru. Rodman 8 ., York, in 32, business affairs at San FrancIso the r) ageby that body of bills-to pro-
" t':3 right ,Iu pther words, the effect pf the doctrine BLANK-Senate-Mr. Pres'dent-1. inch cylinder feet stroke, which 'we Sacramento' and 'at tome tbea of most :de for fixing the of Tax: Assessor 'i
his that occasion.
.: ',,1 i is, that a State may be utterly wrong House-Messrs.. Langford,. Long, .; .and. Mas- .' speech on I was worthy are informed worked.,admirably during, the I I !important towns, had a fresh:start", and earl ,
'P: in abandoning the Union, but entirely right well-3. of being the ''last: words" of a time-honored passage., The diameter of her,wheels is 25 owing to the disappearance of the. choler4.The : Clectonjcand; to e.fo the incorporation -

it.1 if there be any attempt t to' keep her in the ToI-4. patriot.: feet,. and with. .a pressure of; lbs. steam, enormous amounts (some f'.rnr'mit. of Insi.anc Companies.A. .
e:4' UnionIlia/ she runs from the light ship 20 the City, in lions) of gold brought downtothe, Isthmusby ,message iTs received, from 'thV'
! FROM SOUTH. 'the.teame from' Californiaamid I
} all important, therefore, that every THE 'VKION PAttTY. TiE one hour. s now Senate, declaring that.bedy.
; The Savannah News of the 14th on their way, cannot but 'exercise, in due tht dhrts.i:
.4c thinking man should look well into the says : Her accpmotnoJations for '
The idea organizing a national Union passengers are the substitute to the House
time u'e think decided
.1:1.;: foundations of this,theory of peaceable secession of The U. S. steamer Monmoulh,.Capt. Free- very neat and tastefully fitted up. She has ,,a,vetjr intuence'upon rft, _& *
to in the next Presidential and commercial an of land
operate J monetary appropriation byTtongress aid
party
,
,to ascertain,whether they.really be ; boin arrived from a saloon on the main deck aft, with four afars.er
on Saturday St.
..t' f of the solid granite of the Constitution. As election and to. place the, reins of Govern, night state-rooms on each side, and also stateroom Gold, ea>!Jlr to obtain now look in building a' Plank R from Jacksonville,
:1, Augustine., During her absence from this if, anon, it.would be as'plenty,if 1lt( a
pubiic'-journalists, feeling that we could ment in'hands worthy of the great destinyit accommodations on the promenade a a to Alligator.. -
'f&:'"1' adopt no more appropriate motto,to indicate has attained and the greater career that 'lort| she has visilcJ all the stations as far deck. She ran accommodate from 50 to cheap metals,!as: copper and. other ,olthe The House a committee :of

: the-relation' the editor,to his readers, than South as Tampa Bay. We learn that, the 60 cabin passengers. She was'built by Mr. appint ,
, : thc'fine words'of the ancient poet-, opens before i it, ,seernt 'i in some, prol'ren! Thomas of New York,' for MosesA. The Georgia,brings $400,000 in gold dust, Conterencnth ; relative to'the
Indians remain and evince "
+1t '%Tbi'It true'liberty, ylienCroc born men, quarters to be, abandoned. The proposal perfectly quiet, no Coll, Esq., of this city'who! has and between three and four hundret passen' subjectof'iflagreethen't.; i :'

f Having to advise the public;may tpcukfrce," seems to have originated J Washington, disposition to commit hostilities., It ba neither pains nor expense to'make, pare, gers. She took. 555._ 'p .e gers, Cha- The,Senate.transmitted resolutions rela.t' '!\

t't\\. ,\ welbihlc'it duty to state frankly ,the and i in *1 totoIJ been ascertained that the entire number of substantial, comfortable and fast boat.; She gres to Havana.LEGISLATURE h' t live to the of tw Seminaries
, wasloresbadowC attempt
:5' J have, formed Indians in Florida does is intended for the Florida route and will etalshmet
opinion. ,we, and our reasons ,. not amount to more ,
( '
Union i the of :
::1, forlt a great, 'gteinat; Metropolison than take her placeon the'l mme i inn few days.- OF" PEXXSTLVAJJIA.Legislature earning,'_as having passed that body."'

. t Secession,then;ts'Pt* judgment,.a right, the ,22d ), t the masses who ninety. We ,wish,her and,her enterprising owner! every ,of thfs Slate convened at ,Haris- A bill, amend ana, "more, particularly

4.J' I r'taolvliqnarji'rfight, which carries illustrate the compromise spirit of the Government Company F; commanded by Maj. Wood- success. burg, and wasorganized on the &th !.- to define wh are.retailers of Spirituous ,liquors

:,.':: tvifJb:!it the necessity! of being supported by by favoring compromises to sustainit bridge ,and formerly!! stationed Miami, Mr; ;.Benjamin Mathias, of ,Philadelphia' was *
1i: ; arms s if its exercife be not peaceably acquiesced mutual has been removed to Indian River, and Company Wild Cat violating 'the Fugitive' :Slave being 'elechd.Speakerof the _Senate. MrMathias rjlce. ;
;e- )in,,from .motives ,of might commingle'their: gratula Law. was formcily editor of :Atkinson's Senate bill relation, to"natunie'tti'ze

. .'. told that these States' have,entered. policy.into We a tions, and",cement, by:some, practical _step L Maj. Loud, from Indian River toSt. Recent accounts, ', inform" ,-,us'-that- ,"'that- ,pur" Saturday:Evening Post, and" is, we belirve s voting: in :thi was-yeas 20,,
'
' :.,;; t' compacf of government, ,to. which, each, is the bonds in which they have of late so signally ,Augustine.In old entertainer, Wild Cat, is practically il a printer, ,by proies ion. 'Gov.Johnson. ,'in nays 14., e.

;: :;" bodnd to adhere'so long as its conditions co-operated. 'Georia'ha with much ,the! U.S. Senate proceedings of the 7th lustrating his sympathy with abolition principles his message, '&lvote the,vising of the" Tbe bill,to 'legalize; ,certain of the
ad
._ I1 sreWthfulIycerved. State ,.revenue ws :The fugitive slave
present ,
.If one ,
considers
; warmth into. this nobly we find the following ;, b ruiming'ofTnegroes., :'in: anew, di the:' : ''and
ii : conditions violated, and wishes entere ) law, he thmks'Jmlgt be amended some clerk'of CiruiCur. 'i ti
Lt for that cause to'abandon" ,the Union, while I projected.scheme, as manifested ly!the proceedingsof -, "Mr.: Yulee, in pursuance of notice, asked rection. I the' account be true similar t respects(, urges to,itwhie1! i it Judge' of: ,Pjotate, ,(or : ,

thd bther1tte5 deny!the 'alleged infraction the..Union meting atiMilledgeville and.obtained leave to introduce a bill (Senate those related below,:we shall'perhaps have remns. a law pf the l land.' ,",. / .was read the, second ,time and'.on
I t of r e-commoncompact; the*disaffected State at the close of 'the Slate Convention, 394)) to grant to the.State of Florida alternate to enact a special}' Fugitive Slave Law'to closes with a lost eloquent! tribute'",to ';Ce Mr.-Jones" amended' byadding'- -- .motn'of'
caooO\ eipectthmajqrity; to Yield their I sections; of the public for a blessings of the "AmericanUni. n.. ma
landt '
,: ;._ opinion.. Her 'w t'hdr waJ' without, just i ,and'indepenent presses' throughout. .." the' Railroad between thewaters: of regulate 'tbe'ptopen8i ies'of, our ,Mexican ,receipts in.the' State Treasury"during" binding in the premises n' Tbe.amendment

cause would be to the majority of, serious length and breth, of the land have-hailed. and the'Gulf 'of Mexico;' which 'was: reada neighbors' One account rays that a' late the past year were $. ,J31 ; and expen was.agreed'to, and the biit';was, 'ordered 'to'
:
grievance, which we'beli ve they have the the omen approval ,and delight. We first and second time by its title by unani. party of blacks, mostly slaves,. escorted by ditures$4,553l93-_ &.public debt his ,be,engrossed' font third,reading to-morrow.

-. power/under Constitution and according expressed our own satisfaction at the move mous consent, and referred'to the committee Wild Cat in one of these expeditions, was been decre in ,two,year$533,203., Preamble resolutions
to die principles of, nati o alla.w. to, prevent i in. 'late sincere on Public Lands." I oveihauled The bt, :a o_ $ O, 5,485.TIIEKEWYOfl'UCITI'fl ; : requesting oar
ment a our ..wishe's by a }pursuing 'body oflwhite l .011 '; 'in ,
,, by'force.: If our Union,were no more, than rand' On tiesih, Mr. Shields, from the Commit member Congress to procure the pas
Cru'i
a n that it would prore a citizens, and the negroes retaken and CASE. A'New of '
reLeagne'or Afliance'adopted for the on.rbi tee bionght sage an act to graduate the'price of public
Lands
purpose of, mutual defence, instances, ofwhich'abound of the devotion tothe Cntitutonal :onT'ublic', reported'back the back to'tbe'VeC, The following, is from York'correspondent of a'Philadelphia! p lands i
ti ,
jn State were :'unanimouslyadopted.
I I pr ,
1T1 inflatory, one of the,parties in which we believe the project orignated. 'same without amendment, and asked its immediate the News : who! says'_be i is responsible for the trtb :. .L ;

II would unquestionably give the rest cause We uld be :consideration, at, the request of avanna The''l his statement; writes"tnus: -Now"that the ,, ; _ _
believe happy :
it w a CAT.-
sti ,experi m u-s Indian chief id i ; : '
Ii of I feel r.
Jiberty to
I.t ; stipulations.ofcomplarntby'declinThg: ,Bat bow much adhere. to is theca its men Men may.contend, AS they! do, that Senator Morton. who has formed a settlement tin Mexico, has c8 J..h psed', concerning :it, from! Henry say :t Navy Committee of,the .Housc .m,

I!: M e o(States boundtoetherbya: stronger form of parties are esntial to the healthful actionof "' Objection! ,was made, and the bill.was not been appointed, we see, a Justice' of the g.blm8l., .,On"the1 veryday'I his arrest ( a bill providing; for >a .contract
'a1R government Which then'considered.TLe : Peace by the Mexican Government, He re- that he':was'a s1 ora.lne..of j;mal atee between ,San
they have parted ,with ; the body politic, yet if prOposition is lagitie'
took with him i Iave
i ,
of fmrn'Akanssa'it- and that the iaitb
'Mm the to' rlcS g.h.
cnt. hebelongeti
many poweri incident to ; *
LJ European nations form alliapces.sovereignty and opposed to,the assertion, that'ii temporary U. S. House of Representatives adopted negroes and Indians; [They .'are o claimed him: This. affi,lavits' : -

the right of regulating balance of assume fusion'of minor parties,In,,support!,of, menTor resolution making the Bounty Land Warrants have implements of husbandry, and a" cer- which were drawn cnflctrlb swer to. THE WASHINGTON fov n.-ID atf

amongst themselves. War U frequently power the,higl ofc of gvernment'merely as _assignable subsequentlyin the &nate'Mr. ,' Hon tam that fiwlion of land given them,"on (icondi-' 'Aft 'i: th&decisii'o1. the Judge, t -'day, he of this 'workthe 'Chickasavc);,Indians J, ,
'they1eultmvate' it band bn.
W&t4Tor 'no other cause' than that one a rw&r patriotic ic, holoc st .FELCH, from the Committee ,on',PublicLands'reported 'd 'obeytheSWi. ; ..moh\ <'same if:rulmfssion'? j and in 'answe* r in council, 'c 'ntrib $200.: -During.
Aiioiuer :10: fnd'tbek Meib .it.! te'
power:/ acquiring' :more influence.in,,the to. and national!i ,fellowship, it 'must back',tbeJ joint_ :resolution I 'of ca.rroee; from.the uujeci incursionsaf1ieCjmaucbes. iliaqiry b 4vn' A orry'that it\v not di i$cussioiv of thm, r,,'it"was' stated 'by. v'
r world &lseons.rtent. :>ith the in tn hi { he said h'did:bot 't
Interests the tlia shed
i&; it*,,ueigabonrs- The withdrawal ODe of fall the g 9Joa:, b'till,"indications i \are the- -House with a recommendation. that.it do .' ,This,.settlement:'jmayyet be*'a one ':way' or 'the '"oth&'th'af bC5,0on 'C"' iuc the:i ibers white, thq"tatio&had'never men in war, and that they,*
',
I 1 f IronFft league d liberat that the {.design,'of ,a"cncntrte Union not pass.: ', .y matter l of*ome,of< i'1t; iWfttitUwdistnVb'theirelaUonVoJ: 'ffl 'will r' body: .: 4 Indians i : perfectly correct, 't al11 never"'intended'tb, t.
: movement at present gi.Yn.upadt : as'their. white, 1.
be rthre
remaining powers ai'almost'ecesj :A telegraphic dispatch tb Savannah dated sttled near our'western'boundaj controvert'his''owner's' clainti :9I11nad; (mucl !
to !in the gradual restoration of tranquility ',ry: They should be ,well watched?:by themtitry thai air! '
tffl !
j. produswirndt tifyit in the eyei ; WashingtonM5th ''njfrsar! : "Senators rjroceedrrtfrsrvrere .ihstrtuted by HASSACircscrrs.-
H : of theui'ilizd'world.Bnt, : the American to country,, old ''parties. ,.1.coalesce for HALS :und ,SEWARD ;'presented :petitions: toabolish' sttine il.Teaand for the' 'first the'. 'abolitibnists'without. fcis idvice.1" !tFre'eftoiler hue'agreed' ''Dp rt.1a'
_
fl: Union is composed Stateconnected ': Presidency. ,The i 'i R state, : 'J 1; _: : .t : ,1.1' : t I' 'of State eerf -The1: Democrats': to'
UvgeUierby '
; aote.conwtJor':1e
::the: 'Fugitiue! ,Slave ,Law, both of should be severely punished.4',It1.js;jintlnia- .
,Ii troDgerJigamenU; tb t'tfiose l leading presses; ,Washington theConvention'contemplated ; AaarvhiP'JEinjy'LjTtie iD: T"Hln i. 'ba'the Governor,1; LTeulenanf! Governor,,

';r of .anjiordinary. "loipIorDatic' league.- They a t m'that t pp, i thtjMd which were h ,lad on the', table indignantly", settlement ted that a scheme by.running is on'slaves,foot(:JpcreasJb' Diarzode'1tzMand,' rthC:':4th;i mflt4 ,'State t "Treasurer five,Councillor. ?;;and: Sentor,1' *-!;
: nnnonhees for the short : to
-The
bate.by their ConsUtation *erected ft"vastub ta. wiilf someTflourish-- arrivn term Freejoilet are
rfrt I UniijJ! government, empowered.' toenJploy pr xipicy.'or"any vth'ing'i like j a nationalconveotionaV 'FLOINCJ'IN, ,. T E"'NurTe: Naval If Wild. Cat shoud] temlJt.tc establish arendezvous 'of''Jennl'Lnd'and"stte 'thatt MyaIteam.' have the1 Senator for the'long ;',Secretary --,
,
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). all the resources.of the nation to 'acompiish L I the present time, (a suggestedby Court Martials; : Head. for ru awa '.i .bderor "ei hid bevrdea1chea td.bri tId io''th', *ot Siafefoar: CounciHorfState. 'Auditor;
., its legitimate end. 'Each State'if Gott Floyd,of.Vfl.j) do alsd'a number of punishment by confinementsuspension Seminole Texassimilar( .to tbat whlcb,eIstedIn\ .tb<. C y fr6h7QbCh, I,srhttond ; ,oeel' ,and"'Sergeanl-'at 'rnuJi ; Charles "Stnnner'1*,
under solemn Its a / }, pay and rewards: forgCo nation under'tbe"renownedit.Este c a t d'f i i4' ""fdi' understood to be"the yreeeoffhdat'; fot. ,.'
: a obligation. tontrib 1t of fte'promineht t l leaders'Of'bbth'paWies.-i': tt1be to iriJ
conduct
) as laste chief ,
for .
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Hogging. ,"Abraham/previous* -
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lA5'al.t. Xe..ge..A.. -%'i.Mi jiT* A l ,, &,._ "* '-J- Jo, tf.- ".m ,1d I um'bn' aweekWedansday kt least.two good ao'd'suScfca*safeties, :
An extensive,sytempf '1 enlistment give g- : "in Florida.. i ;Dy wk',1iiintnock, ,Warrlot."F form lbet 1q'\"Id cl. !
The l I8atUTC .fl New.Yorfcinetat ATh&- weight the report.that the,Duke of; -VVellington '7 -'- J', 'f i WI. t. Ea1lftfure., .t'eoat1tr. and a ..vH. (.. ....l.>.t tr ].,

tbe''ii iniit., rIecaIedlo ; Senate \ has recommended addition of-. fif 1 Extract from theartofCabfJta I''I' 'R kIF telw "_' '-" .- .
on ,
ry, thousand loathe : 1nW' : .'IU ..__,WQ T. 'aokaace fWatkeena.lJeffeTWeotta'ty YonnThosndenigocit ;
andthe ty men English a i. T ..
order by Lient.:Co',. CHURCH, tejrinning' '.And' btitftrtlttrtitarttd ,That ihaH W tW I' iy 6 p'm next Friday;90 mile*-;>H*: '0" Ceftifimt .
? HobartTbwnpapenrreceiTed.'lo' the ,
,
: 5"
HqtrVe \vas organized ..e1ecting Mr. Hj( ; ; : 'of,'September. mentloa,',that",Mr. duty ol the"u General,'in alt fitter' let- I. :AIM ne t back Wednesday between;6 a m Monday- ',-and-r 12 m_ .1&H that he is well acqnainted pootaaiter with ot.the 1 _

J. RAJ-JSOKA Speaker! Mr. -RATMOKD i h1jows.vne Smith:G'Brien had-attemptedto: escape to; tings of to contracts let the nine for, in the every tmnspnctatinn cane, to the of'lhe'mail .lowest: fro wals to commence-"'at- AFacasaapk- ,, -are. u*- 'am above lWiicieut trained and aDd their able"property, 'and : *.

of/the, ,editors of.the Ne1 \. California, but which proved abortive' On Udder tendering1 sufficient guarantees for faithful Fro vlt dJfjeeS323SS27 }- nty.. .. t&mskegoed, : .

and as the.aulhdr the Sunday"and Monday :the Victoria', 'cutler,' performance' without other reference to the mode By cbepochesuwaand'Jerniganl i: TampsatI2mymeejweek,5unday" ',";, VAted'l: ?j n!: l: ,
.
YOlk Tfryurcr, of eueh be '( ,
than o :
transportation necessary .r.
"a may
commanded named Ellis observed .
man
ToJ '
by .was feUOarille by 12 m1 '**
next 'Wednea.layItEiniles -
Abolition resolutions! passed at the last'ses- provide for the, due celerity, certainty, and seev- -' S ; :
hovering about the wind .
bland. the r- '
ofTutd3 J'rity of such transportation ; nor halt any new 2DI"W: J S1ktiJ (< s *
The
won offJhe: Legislature. Ennn being light until evening'when it fell, calm. contractor hereafter be required purchase1 out "Ii Am back between etdaJ'! and. S. .' tb

*. pifw a brief abstract of the Mes- Shortly before ton down Mr. S O'Brien,'who or take at a valuation the stock or vehicles.of any .I 4. next Fatnrday. S S .Embrac'tgurtlm H0M- from which we make contractor for the ** 8523 .Fresa Tmpa&tlaznouce. : a week, ,Tbars-, : *F
in
.geoTGov. notwithstanding his avowed intention of escaping 'previous. Mine route. da "- -, .incarporaltd tie rmffi'acfrclosing -
V! & -Biddere will be careful to read the forms and **<*
the following extracts: should opportunity..offer;, has .) To fauateeby12mnext 42 miles _
considerable instructions appended to advertisement.They day, f ,. 1 Seven' minnte* are' allowed for -
On the subject of the Compromise Bill we liberty allowed him, went down to requested to fat .their proposals.the And back between- 8 am. Tuesday- ,,,'and 12' m. the.mail*at all office*where no bhr

think the Message i is a little amhi'uou'TheGovernorhotvever a sandy cove,one of the :few places where mode by which they intend to convey the mail. Fro ne: t day time i* specified; but on railroad.and;. .
3529 Tallahassee
does not bRevi1hfslavery boats generally.land, and just as lie.:,reached:where the she and weight of the mail,' or the dr ,'Wednesday at and 7 am Fridar,trl-weeklyMon-. S routes their is to be no more delay,than. ,'is. ;$
; to deliver the
'* it ; 1'1 and acerbe .
called for in the schedules shall ,
will : into the new 'territory'of the shore boat with three in 'and speed require To 't; Mark' 12 22 miles '
ever go a men put the contract will bo made for coach,'steamboat, by m, r 2. Th mail inlo,he conmred ba
.
New Mexico or Utab. That slavery be rushed up _to his middle to meet it. A or railrosdeouve'ance, as the eae may be ; and I An< back between%P m 1ld 7 pm. pa8eDgcn and to.their entire : .

ought not to be extended over Free.Territory,' constable on duty, who was a witness ofthe' consequently. ;such routes will .be let, to DKIS proposing 8530, Pro Frw )Tallahassee OI1s to extend to Newport are invited weight 5- and bulk require it. .n

the Governor tells u\ was always a strong art covered him with his piece and called ] such mode of conveyance. IB all'other ; i; at and 7 a Friday m tri-weekly, .Menda -. 3.Post of office the blaziksmal1'bage, and the "
I. J ; agent* Department tbe
tOD"iction"ith the people of Northern to hun to forbear this rushing cases tbe routes will be assigned to bids propoeing I To .Weclnelldar' I their ."
seconding by -, the cheapest mo4e of tran rt..tion. *- p m.19lUilea; credential*,are to be eonreycd
latet' And that it i is so, at this day, fs no at the boat and knocking a hole in her ( -ltailroad companies are specially notified An back between 2pm andY p m. .ther charge on mail. lines. admitting. of .
he other States should bottom with bis that including 3531 Fro i Tallahassee at 7 a m twice. a.week, "veyance. "
reaOfl, thinks why carabine. He then pointedout their regular bids are to be understood as Sn S 5 .
day and '
be offended. As to a dissolution ol the ,to all four the folly of resistance, and the supply of each office on the line of By Vaukeenah Wednesday, Terry,.;Stockton. S Mosely, I i 14.charge Iail'on agents the principal are, to'Jie railroad conveyed and tot'

Union Coy Hunt a great and powerful them to submit which their rccpective roads, not over a quarter of a mile Ha 1 1 Taloto Madison .41. i ; taft
required C.
says quietly, they from a debpt. Separate l" for offices more ,, Colnmpns, lines where the size.of the, mail and the
State like New York, has nothing to fear. i did. The officer in charge meantime, baring than a quarter of a mile off will be considered. Mi leral Springs,and Little River; I_ .' & of the offices will require their ) .e4

She can ma in fain her power aud prosperityin missed his prisoner, came rushing down To lligafot by 12 mnext days,122 mtle** II Department; and mthot ease, a ; $
And
backnictweea
Nevertheless the looks the beach and for carrying the mail of the the,-arrival' of Jaekson- went fur the exclusive use of the ,. .
him
any emergency. ; secured while still in the PROPOSALS Til luail/Hay'at for
5pm'Monday and the and ;.
agent, assorting tI ;
1851
from the 1st of ;
upon such a step as one'pregnant with the water He was then conducted to his house to the 30th of June," IS55, inclusive, July in Florida, Th: rsday and 10pm next days: .??r -mall i B to be provided by /contractor ;

direst calamity that could happen to man and tbe three men confined for transmissionto will be received at the contract office of the Post Pro Male to embrace'White,Springs, in lieu the direction of the:Department.' -I.'

kind. Objectionable a' may be the Fugitive Hobart Town. A whale boat, with six Office Department, in the city of Washington I, of .ittle Hirer,'will eonsllered ; .ato. .5. In all cases there i* to be a forfeiture S
_
Slave Law, to many of u?. tbe Governor hands was sent on board the cutter, seized until 10 a m of the 1st, of April, 1851, (to be decided for aw npplying,i. from Little Whitepriugs.lUver in such, case Once ,.fay not Wore of the than trip turco when the.time trip the.i* not run of.; !

Pays, it i is netertheltsithe paramount law of her, and brought her in. She, too, with the by the 19th day of April,) on the routes and 3532 Froi Tallahassee at 6 a m twice'a week, i i when the trip il uut run, anti no sufficient pay --
in the and time herein viz
the land, and must be enforced. The di!.<=- parties on beard, will be sent up immediate manner specified, : M "jay.and Friday; ,' "_ 45 for the tailoro i* fnm heda forfeiture (( _

witipfaction which this: Dill! has created, in ly. It has not been t bought necessary to FLORIDA. By uiekoukeoandSouthcrhtnd;"' _' :, *'" ; one-fourth i part of ilhci the ruoniogor1 .
i is also From 2 To Monticello by 6 rIO,3C uiile; L so far behind time as to lose the :
1501 St.
at
Northern Augustine
of States week
the impose restraint Mr. O'Brien a m once a '
some pans any greater And buck between 6 a iu and 6pm next daf. with a depending mail; and a forfeiture

enlarged upon. But the people are lemmded than that to which he was previously subjected By Wednesday Jacksonville; and Jurklanil; 3533 From Tallahassee at 6 ,a m once, -,a.week' proportion of it"ben! a grade of servit w --

what were the peculiar circumstances, under To ?t. Mary's by 12 m next day, 90 miles'; Tuesday inferior to that in the contract. These Co oIt Joe Si

which the act was passed, and! are, Louis Napoleon 1 it is .d'is involved in And back between 1 p m Thursday, and 11 By, Ccntreville Mannington and Duncani- may be increased into penalties higher
rUle Ga.; according to the nature of d ..
or frequency
thcrctore, urged to discharge the duties in debt to the amount of near two millions of pmnextday. To Thomosville Ga. 7
by 40
for service invited. p m, mile ; ure and the importance of the mail qca
the that law-loving sitizens should.In francs. His the for Proposal semi-weekly are And buck between 6 7 6. Fine .
way application to Assembly a m and p m Monday will be imposed nnleasthc
3502 From St. at 2 1-2 twice
Augustine m a .
his next issue, commenting on that portion relief will it is reported, be obstinately but week, :MOnday, and Tbnn jp. 3534 From Tallahassee at 3 a m tri-wecUy.Mon- be satisfactorily explained in due time, for _

of the message which treats of the late uccssfuliy contested. To Picolata by 7 1-2 m, 18 miles ; dny, Wcilneskhyr, and Friday; to,take from, or deliver at, a port office, A
t p
'
editor of the Exprc : And back between arrival of Savannah mail By: Salubrity and Quiney; or any part of it: for suffering to,be ; ,
comprot1theihe says The Emperor of Austria has it is said issued ,
To L'aihbridgc, Co., by 2 p m.46miles; jurfd, .lost or destroyed; or conveying
We s-hould be wanting in candor, if we a proclamation to the Ann, thanking 3503:; From say 7 St.a m Augustine and 12 m.twice a month,in steamboat And bACk between 4 p ml ocsday,Thursdayand place or uunner that. exposes it to i AI'

did not express the regret we feel at the them for their warlike preparations, and assuring ; Saturday and a a ni next day*. : loss, injury ; for refusing after demand :

innnner in which the Governor has referred them that their rvices will not now By Smyrna, Indian River, Fan Lucia Jup PropnMil fur 3 additional weekly trips are vey a mail by any e'JIlCh. railroad car,or .

to the measure* as a w hule, and the controicrsles be required.The iter, Miami. Key Largo, Indian Kev Key invited. > boat, which the contractor regularly :
3535 From Tallahassee at C
a m onco a week route beyond the specified number or.'
which have out of them.- West, Charlotte II.rb r,Saraipota,Tampa,
grown American Protestant
at Rome
Chapel Friday contract,and for not arriving the time YA
There is a natural joy felt! at the admission has been closed by order of the Government. .Tojihs Cedar Key., and, St.St.Andrews Mark, .Apalaclacohi, 't. By lienhadcn, Shell Point and Pawtnxet; fur setting up or running an express ta :

(If California as a free Slate and.in the or- This want of toleration has caused much irritation To Pen!acola; ; To Sopchoppy by 8 p m, 45 mil *-; commercial intelligence in advance of the H

fpnuation of New Mexico and Utah as at Rome. And 1'ack between And back between bam and 8 .p in Thurs3536 r.enaltywm be exacted equal to a qna' t'r "
tiIlY 7. 'Ihe Postmaster General. --
praaically free teiritoricN and in a manner From Turkey, it is stated, that the province Separate route will proposals be considered for sections'pid of to the above From;Newport at 6 a m once a week, Thursday contract fur related: failure; for ; )"bI

which will IItevetit 'the introduction of sla of Aleppo is perfectly tranquil. The' schedule of arrival and specify a ; post office laws; for dLjobeyiug the ; .

very' but when the Southern view of the rebels in Bosnia have been defeated at all 3504: From Jacksonville at 6 a departures m, once a week, Bv Waukeenah; of the Deportment; for refusing to.. "i 'tit -
To Montiocllo by 6 m,32 mile carrier when require by the
is slated the Governor halts andhesates. Monday p ; .Deportment;
question points. ; And back between bam and 6 Wcdncs- the without -'i *
D in signing contract the consent *
>
He does not condemn in direct The cholera fearfully Mecca To IladdoeVs by 12 m, 20 miles ; -
was raging at day. S PuetmasterGeneral, or fur setting op or ( < .II
terns but in I he indirect manner of calling on the 7th of December. 3305 Andbaekbetwcenlpmand7pm.From Jacksonville twice week 3537 From Quiney at'4 p m, or after arrival of' on express as aforesaid.

ntietition 1<) the 'Ji sati faction excited in and Wednesdays, after a arrival of, Sunday Steamboat mail from Bainbndge, once a week, Tuesday 8. :Uhe Postmaster General may alter d s.3
of the country.' He appeals at 10 ; tract 'and alter the': schedule, be'. ** *.
portions m '
say ;
many p Apalachicola by 10 m next days 70 rata increase of compensation,within the
p w
in and con- Brandy Branch Barber's and Ocean
1'hiladrlphia Tjy ,
to the Gih-on case ARRIVALS AT THE JACKSONVILLE
mile
Fond ; tions imposed by law;. for the. additional ,
les-wnds! to cite the gross abue of a law HOTEL. ; And back between 4 a m Saturday, and 9 ain require, or fur the increased speed,if the } !
To 4
Alligator by dcxt day 70 miles ,
m 1
(a! if the l best laws were not always abused) Jan. 12th.-Mr. Hartson 'and Lady, Madiaon; And bark between p 1pm: Mondays and; next .day. meut of additional stock or..currier* is < "i

without citing one of the mitigating circnm- Wra. M.Tuniio, Cbarlextun; U-phen Dourly X. Thursdays and)7 a m next days. Proposals for semi-weekly and tri-weekly neeezoarV; but the contractor may iu **
C. J. It. H rlw. Baltimore E. M. A-lann service will be considered. relinquish the contract,. on iimdy
the referred to. If it ; ; St. 3506 From lllatka at 1 m twice a week Monday V
plaitcc attending ca-.e p !
all it Mary'; A foack, Ga.; Uth.-!, X. Reeves. and Thursdays 353S From Quincy at 12 m once a week Wednesday prefers it to the change The IJostmaster
were nt ce' ar)to refer to this case at Wra..Sundew, Flu.; J. 1). Stark, M. I. Fogs, S. ; Oeala ; i maY.'aDDul the eoutraet:r curtail the S
15y Orange Springs, Orange Lake ,
eros to us it might have been mentioned C ; U.: M. Knwh N. Y.; A. Coy, M. Knight, Camp hard llommosassa, and Spring Hill To Seclndo by 3 p m, 9 miles; and pay, when he wishes to.di peu e 'g
that Gibson W1.. not only returned a free Fla.; G. H. Fnirbank Her. Benj. Wright :t. To Tampa by 10 p m next Wednesdays and; And back between 8 a m anti 11 a m. service, in whole or in port or place a ; :

man but that step were taken by order of Augustine, Fla.; 15th.-P. Billenger and son, Saturdays 159 miles; 3539; From Qaincy after arrival bf mail from different grade service on the route, he : -.
*
Wra. C. Campbell U. XI MeCIond Mb llainbridge, say at 7 P IU twice, a week oue month's extra pay on the amount (' *
Gibson's sentence to Mc- And back between 2 a Mondays and Thursdays "
to
Judge, subsequent Clond. G&; John Tlioma*and Lady l's. 20th. and 10 next Tuesday and Saturday; wit!:. ., &**
; m Wednesdays and
it not slave the claimant! p To Chatahoochee bv 12 21 miles 9. The will be made tJlro
make sure that a J. W.Jones Phifci;F. H. Rowe and servant Ga.; Satnrdavs. p m, ; payments .?_ f4
riinuld be in of tie T \ViI C Dr. Ambler Fla. And back between 2 a m and 7 a In Wednesdays oa post o&c *or otherwise, 'after. the -: _
not IOn,8. -
put pct.-e.son perM ; ,Jacksonville ; 3507 From Fil.itka at 5 a m twice'a week, Sunday -- ,
and 4pm and 9p in Sundays. of each quarter say.in February, May- ***'.'* V
M. II. Freeze Jacob Lunirea Alligator
and
>n ll.tin vrronjtful.y ria med. Nor is anything Lady eon, and Thursdays;
3540 From
Chatahimchee at 5 twice week November.
and
Fla; 21st. Doct. Calhoun, S. C.: lr.Lfeupereton By MadLsoncoro' KcwnansvHlc and Elli- a m a :c" .tr-t' ;-
the in the ,
raid ef s'atutiy piovisions Sunday and Wednesday, from 15th of October .10. The distances arc.git'eD according
A.C. Atdridge, Clark:Marsh,!.\. Title ,jr
Southern States, to protect the liberties <;fall G. 1) Tilhnan and Servant S. C. ; To Alligntor by 9 p m next days, 90 miles to 15th of J une of each year,and at 7 'best information; but no increased pay. ,
t whom fraudulent claims ; a m once a week, Sunday,from 15tb. of June allowed should tbey'pru"e to be greater
men may And back between Mondays and Thursdays
agaiu P '
to 15th October if the
; advertised place are correctly
.exist: JAMES If. BAKER and. 12 m Wednesdays and Sat-- Bv Ooheesee, lount. town, Rickoe'Bluff, S 11. The Postmaster, General.i*, .' \
SorjIo nrdays.Seperate lola '
and Fort Gad-wn law from e
knowingly making
; : _
f each of
this
we like the sectional manner in ATTORNEY AT LAW, dividing proposal Kewnansville r part invited.route To Apalachicolik by 11 a m Monday and transportation the mail with any
Thursday, 15th of October to lot h of June shall hare entered into combination
; any 1T S
which the Governor arraigns a portion of 3506 From Pilatka at 7 week Tues- a
]
a m once a c'
and by 6 a m Tuesday residue of *150 posed to enter into combination to'
Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. ; year. any ,
with '
*
the South. Mr. Hunt .mfllllidfourp
day
sees ( ; miles; .5' tbe in.ikins of any bid for a mail -contract *"'- .,
se and regret, that any portion of the --- By To Volu'ua, Fort Butler and Enterprise; And baek' between 10 pm''Monday- and other person or persons, or who_.!1mll .im4

peopleInf the Southern states' are dNsmtis- M. WHIT SMITH,, 4 J/ &BRIEX ISO Mcllouville miles by 7 p m next Thursday Thursday,'and.12pm next day,' 15tbof any agreement, or shall have given or'pe : q.-f

lied .with the of settlement! ; ()October 15th of June, and bet ween lOa promised to give or perform any eu
term. finally And back between 7 l' e.tg
ATTORKET8 AT LAS, a m Friday and p DI Wednesday, and 12m Friday residue. of to do, or not to do, any thing whatever
agreed tlron by Congress. Wherefore. Mnc? Sunday. year. any other{tenon not to bid for a mail e .a
he himself i is satisfied only vith those meamres Alligator, CdumUa Con East Florida. 3509 From Pilatka at 7 a m once.a week, Tuesday Proposals to commence at Bainbridge are Particular'attention"id called to,the 23th'be"1' ,.. .

in which the !North i is the ganer, or of 3L ; invited: also, for tri-wcekly service,. 15th of the act of 1SJG, prohibiting "
M. Wiirr SVITH, I OTJniES, Enterprise ;
of October to 15th ofJnne. bidding.
winch we may ray they are neutralised, as Office' at Alligator. I| Office at NewnaiuriUe. To Mellonville by 10 a m next day 130 mile: 3541 From Bainbridge Ga.,at 3 1.2 p m twice a. prevent 12. A bid received after. time? 'to'wit, J ..
in the Teas BilL while the And back between 3.JI .
Boundary only 1pm Wednesday, and week,,Tuesday and Saturday i April nlxtl1t 10 a m,or without the & is
Soutberp measure i is discussed in a manner BOARDING. m next day. (See 3508.) By ChaUithooche; Marianna, ,Scurlock'sSpring : quired by law, or that combmeIveral :.

MrUjcu shows an: obvious enmity to its proVisions Pleasant and accommod ition for single 3510 From Enterprise at 6'am ,once a week, ,}\'eb t'illo. Cauipbcllton, GeleTa. oue sum of compensation,cannot be coDll lad' 't

: There are opInions prevalent at genteel Thursday; Ala., (JcnUi illc. Fa.,. Ahainuite, Milton, competition with the regular proposal *
] To New 6 '
Iteming or families can be found at MM. FLO- Smyrna pin; and Floridatown ; judged to be extravagant. ., t.'-
'
the South w ill) which we have no sort of r.azfs-tbe old Jackmnrille hotel, (which has Andbackbetween6a m and 6pm, Tun- To Pen aeola by 4 a m Tuesday and Friday 1;. A bidder may offer,:Trhcre the, .

M-mpathy.aiul which, J attempted to be putin day. ,230 miles; tion called for in the advertisement,i*
been thoroughly repaired and renovated,) oppo- 3511 From New Smyrna on the first Friday of '
practice' we should oppose a. long as we And back between Sam Tuesday and Fri impracticable at certain ?ca3on.-to! .
could epoaknr had the of resistance site the Kciiablican office, Day utrect, Jatkiwn- each month; day and 7p m Thursday and Sunday.I'ruposals interior mode of conveyance,or to intermit "
jxmer ; rille, East Florida. Oct. 24-3m By Indian River and Jupiter; to run direct to )Marianna via specified number of clay weeks or f vj vjs.
but is It the fair and m.inly course for the I To Miami in 12 day., 3(10( miles ; Brown's Ferry,'ore invited. may propose to omit an office that is f.i

Chief Maji-trate of a great com on wealth! -- -- Aud back between the 15th and end of each 3542 From 'Marianna at 6 a m once a week, or i* not on the stage road the railway1 _._ .

like. lht! and at it moment of sectional: irritations month. Thursday steamboat lauding, as the ease may be ; or _.
SHERIFFS SALE. 3512 From Barbour's at Sam once a week Monday -, hill Ilolmw's and Chestnut offer to substitute inferior mode of j ?
l.ke the l present, with the North infinitely By Orange Valley, -. an s
ITTlY virtue of Decree of the Circa Court,for ; Hilt; such case. He may propose different *h**
the gainer in the, f-ettlement of vexed DV the Ka.tern Circuit of Florida for Duval By New River,Fort fiance,and Fort Crane; To Uehee Anna by 5 p m next days, 64 hours departure and arrival provided .1t4

questions of public, Jtolicy, either to take 1 county hi Chancery wherein A. IL Cole it Com- To Micanopy by 8p m next day 68 miles; miles; running time i* asked and it:i* obvious .. .t&

sides! against the only measure gamed by the I I i>laiiiaat, and James B. Cute is Defendant madeat And back between 5 a m Wednesday' ,, and Ii.JI And back between 6 a m Tuesday, and 7 mail annexation or orherpublic;aceomm

South, or to speak of Southern men alone the \ember Term in the year 18O, I will m next days. p m next day. S i* prejudiced. .lie may ask for more "
a* "finding occasion; tor the continuance exposs to nale to the Lighvrt bidikr, in front of Proposal to extend to Flemington will be 3543 from Marianna at 9 a m once a week. Saturday to the trip during a specified number of .n
an the Court house, in the Town of Jacksonville considered. ; certain season of.peculiarly.bad roads
(>f sectional. jealousy" or *-a supposed nee Ihirnl county, ou tl j First Monday in February 3513 From Newnansville at 7 a m once a' week To Ochesee by 6 p m, 30 miles; yond these changes, a proposal for sen *

ces-ity for l1urtuin; the spiiit of disunion A I). 1851, the following property, real and i.r- Wednesday : And back between 12m and 8pm Friday. ent from the advertisement will Fort Wacasassa .
1 f-we of' the north-were all pure men; if fomtl, to wjt: All and singular the goods, wares, By Santa Fe Fanning and ; Proposal* for semi-weekly service, to connect considered in competition'with a regular t .'A S
there"wa fanafcsm in our midst no ami merchandize,and stock in trade confuting of To Cedar Keys by 7 p m next days, 110 at Othesee with No. 3540 are invited., set aside for extravagance; and\t where a
no Dry lo! eerie. Hardware. Ice- in the mile; 3544 From Marianna at 7 a m once, a week, tains any of the above alterations, their .
spirit[ discord or disunion no hostility to rtore- of the aid Defendant aUarey' Ferry and AntI back between6a. n Friday, and 6pm Tuesday; S tages will be estimated in comparing it .

the lau of the ad or tie Constitution of county aforesaid, including every thing in Aid next daT.l'ropotllll. f. ..5Dv Calhonn C. H.; ': proposal "-- I '- -A- .
the country no a limpt m-ule to degrade our Mote. Al-o all that tract of land iituat d,lying to end at Waeasa are' Invited : ToAI.1acbieola bl1pm nedda1',9hoilei; 14. There should be but one route bid

brethren 0' th; South, no fates prejutlces and Wing in Uarey'a Ferry. in said county; together I. also to end. at Santo Fe (.See S523 and Andbackbetween7amTharodayand7pmnextday propogal.. S '. ; ; !
with the Store and 3526.) 15. the service the .:
Building thereon .. ." : ;The route yearly ; =
oe bad paesiorre here, we might speak j in erected, being the store and'premise* now occupied 3514 From NewnansvQle at 6 a m once a week Proposal* fur semi-weekly) and" also for,tri bidder's name and residence and the name -i.4J

Mmelh ng'of complaint; but we can see by Defendant., Aim, all and singular a eer- -- W'ednewlay; weekly service, will be considered.' _, I member of the firm where a'company .. .
wrong for a wroiip. and outrage-for out- Uin bteaui Saw Milt in aid town of Garey' By Fort Cbrk,,'Wacnhootie, and Flemington 3545 From Milton G a m once.a week,;Wednes-i should be distinctly stated; also the mode *

-1t\ the Fotth for all that has been done' Fer., together with the Engine and Machinery ; veyance, if i a,higher mode,than.on'- *>
rag Blackfinith Shop TooL, and every thing thereto To Oeala by 12 in next dar,57 mile; By't.oD andNathansvOle,Ala:;' -, j intended. !
ftieTSouh. and it isblmdness to it
at no: see appertaining. ALn the lot or piece oi ground And back between 1 p mUThnrsday, and 8 p To Sparta, Al*', by 6 p mnext days 70mile I ,18., The'bid hould be 1e1lf,1Q1i1er seal, *

an3T. '>Tgo"uj'or; something worse not to confess Uioa which said Steam. Saw Mill erected, andwhicb.aPllCrtain. m next day. ton "'. *; : < to the First Assistant Postmaster .
)!. ." to the same being the lot conveyed Proposals to embrace Micanopy will be con Andbackbetwfcu6& wFrdaya.nil6pmL346 jWail Proposal_ in the State or Terri i J

1'revouto tie organization of the Legis- to mid Defendant by Darling Prcfcott sidered. next days. ,'. -" written on the face i of.the I I '
'held and Isaac Varne 'Aim. .CXX'feet of ranging 3515 From Alligator 5 a m once a. week, Saturday From Milton at GmonecaweWeibeocMda. -i should be dispatched in time'to'be i i { -

laturr-4iotfr-polilical parties caucuses. timber. Also, the following tract*,'piece*, or ;, ,. before the,lot i April next;.at 19 o'clock. .
In Jhejienjpcfanc: caucus, Mr.' ThompsonofrecttTa'icHeV'bfesohitions pareeh of bind situated in said county of Dural To Olnstee by 1 p m,26 miles; tIt By&&River;and Alaqua; . should guarantied,' and:the sufficiency ;

approving the and which wai tntered by.James B. Cole,Darling And back between % p IlL and 11 p,,., To Uchee Anna by IU pin next fnoay.5 es I guarantor should be duly: .> (See .

compromise measures. The resolutionswere C. Prescott and Benjamin"WH. ,purchased 3516. From AlligatorM5.siaouoea-weekrI. \0' miles j *" '*_ 17..The contracts to be .executed< d .. *
Government witr The outh East day; -> wily 1'\.> and 6 1st next. '
from quarter 'An.r back between 6am Saturday, p forethe July '
and withdrewfrom ,
rejected Thompson of the Rou'b-East'qnarter of faction No.:10, Sawannee fchoali; w -, ,' S m next Monday. ,-, Postmasters atofficci situated upon
. tbe cancndeclaring that he could.rote in Township South; ofKange No. 24 East.- To 10un.FelTJ by 6p 10,36 s-, ; 8547 From Alaqua at 6 a ra once a week Friday; railroad7but more than eighty rod from II 4

fur no man who was Opposed to tbe compromise Abo. the Sonth-Kart quarter of the Bouth-Eut And back between 5 a in and 6 p m next day. To Geneva,'Ala by S p m; 43 miles;' / will immediately after thel9th'April : : : I

and in favor A! .re-agitation quarter of Section No.23,'In' Township No. 4 3517 From Alligator at "1 p m Dee a week, Wednesday And back between bam and 6 p m next day. that filet to the Department, stating fr 113
of No. 2-1 Ea"t. with aU ; 6am week from the railroad depot and
south, Range 'Together 3543 From Holmes'* Valley at once a distance ,
lu the whig caucn* the subject was not 5nd singular the rights,.merchandise hereditament By White Springs, Jn per,Jennings, BeDevillc. Friday ", :: wise supplied"with the.mail-.to enable : IM'Iit
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alluded io. The action of the Legislature and appurtenance to the laid jiremuet belonging Cherry Lake, Clifton and Aucilla; TqStAndrew'sBayby8pms4Smfle5And ? ; f. master General to direct the ropeor)" *.

of New York thus unfavorably! foreshadowed or in any wise appertaining. To be sold To Montioello by,:8 p m'next Friday, 86 back between 6 a m and 8 p m next day made from the railroad'by mail. ; 1P

will be looked to with'interest by the by virtue ofiaid Deere tlf Foreclosure.JO11N miles ; 8549 :From Pensacol daily,at op m;' : *"** and after the lt July-next v- .:V::-? 1 .I : : ,
G. SJ/ITII Sheriff I).C. And baekljet en.5 am Saturday. ,, and' .12. (.J* Byfllakely A1a.;, .*,' .'- > "D. Under the act'Or'lolm1.S,J Sl5, ,' .
entire South. It is due to the South and to '
Jan 16. ..By,T..'..MeCoKMiCK It.D. S.VALUABLE m next Monday.Proposals To Mobile by 11 a m next days 57 miles;. is Lobe let to tbe lowest bidder tendering &
tbe Union that Ibe great:Slate of New York to commence *Mineral Springswill And back between 12 m and 7 a m next guaranties for faithful performance, !iUlo : )

should declare herself for,tbe Constitution., LAND FOR SALE. be considered. (See 3531.) -, day.., -, ,- reference to the Mode of transportation -
3513 From Jasper at 6 a m once week, ,.Monday. ; 3550 From Key West at 8 a m' on the 5th. of each be necessary*to provide for the'doe' A .
USDERPIGXED offer for tale a valu 15y 'Kerry, and Kanterson's ferry} mouth taiaty,and security of saeh' -:. t
Aoriira FORRKKT AND: WlLUA AIT A U THE tract of land on Lake Jcwup, on theSt. To Centre Village, Ga., by 6 p m next Wednesday By KeyVaceas; andlndian Key; ,*.Whenthe rawest bid )proposes a:m & e!.

AT Tin ASTO& IUCE" OPERA.-The New John' River,consisting of 8,000 acres. Two ,89 miles; To Miami by,tin tJ 10th of the same, month reyanee that iaadequale for the rente ..

York Mirror states that a most disgraceful thousand are fiivt rate hammock land eqnal to And back between 6am Thursday, and 6 p. 200 mile*; to-the certainty,.security.and ce *, .uA
fracas took place on Monday nlcht in the any in Florida, beautifully situated on''the Lake, m next Saturday. And back between-the-15th and 20th.of each mall aside from any seeeath datiusi *.(-
aud admirably adapted to the culture of cane andcotton7'rbe Proposals to commence at Blonnt's Ferry are month. '_ --5' 'r1Bids I. it will not.be eutitkdt the route. '
lobby of tbe Astor Place Opera House be- position of thu large body fertile Invited.' to run by*different schedule connccj- '-m.; Wh n tie bid does not name a *. -M

tween Messrs; JOTCtiL! and 'Willie i which laud on the bub'of our peat navigable river, 8519 from Orange Spring. 'at 6 a in once a week- ', f t lug with the Havana route at-IteyWwt veyanceTit win bo-,taken.an..Jl .

threatened at one'time to result in another add greatly to ito intrinsic value and makes it Wednesday; >-' j aDd with t.bo ew :3myrauuuto at.l\1.iamlt for.the lowest mode of conveyance,Jo, ***:

brrach of the by' tbe.former "gentle a dennble object for one or more largo sugar or By Msdisonboro; wilibeconsidered. hormheckWbeaII ropooei to eatry'. l*-
peace cotton plantations. : '. : _, To Kewnansville by 10 p m, 46 miles;'. to the ad1'rUlcmenl.'and no mode( JIO \

man : '"s The subscriber also offerj for-sale 12,000 acres And back,between 6 a,m: and 10, .p 'm' ,next SL'ECIAZ'OFFICES.F. stated for the route.withe.advertisemo, : -

Mr. Willis was preser.tjn,company. ,with i on Lake Monroe, on the W. John's river, well day. r Pnpotalt S tare i."itti far tufflying tfo fnflosrng lie considered as offering only,. for h;.ne. : '!.
adapted to the Turpentine ot:Lumber business S520 From Okahumpka"at 3 p m once a:week,, ., Uu T'skVfUlfiiLfi 15* T*-"*-:* rt *"* 'o'i. S
Mrsl
laiN. wife and 'Yoorbees and betweenthe ', .often i.uFtorida, fr1htsrU. proatd of .
themetr of .'t
thft-Bossare-ef .
Tbe above tract will be sold on liberal terms. Friday ; >i- Kin! .
left hi;: seat and proceeded to the e tame rtijxctietly.Jimittdtoa tu* tojitd : ; Nfn
acts JOSEPH F1NEGAN, By Thomas's;; '5' 1345;;;DOW; sdescriptienuf bid nas .t$1. .
each :
lobby, where hejwas1" followrd by "'orre ,Jan 1'43ITh' Jacksonville, r IL To Voleaisbylpmnextdy,50mdea ; ill the propota$in case : It speeifie .mod of eonveysBee, ""A

(who it is said,;was infuriated)ud abused '. And back between Sam Thursday' and '.12 China HOI from'. Q.nei, 12'miles. *nd back carry fh mail with certainty, celerity; feffw ..
m next day.' < using,the terms of the lawJ. These .1
J1E1ITFm Rooms '-- 'S rity, ;
him in a must outrageous manner, applying ROOMS: TO large .. 3521 FroniOcsastGamoneeaweek) FndayjBy 0lfitJoscph: '.'from Apalachicol,25 mile and called,'from the maDDer..ia which they -.
to him the lowest a Q.,Uet epithet,' and in ,rent, with situation furniture if delired.are Long Swamp and Okahnmpka ; back once week.. nated on the I books,.of thDepart .'- ,,: 5
and
a pleatrat will be rested It
They
tbreatened to Hick >J>un on the 'p": A Abr&hamtowD b,8 P., miles; 1. bid"j It has been deeidedVafter :
singly or together.,Any further information And back .between 6 a m and,8pm.,next that a ibid proposing* epeeine 1''
gentleman who witnessed"it,however, notified all be obtained by Inquiry. through the Republican ; l. tttan&from,"adtertisement eration. : : -
ormfBif fyfiereno' of a*high a grade-ra. 'w -
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eonveyanoe 'ittf1-
the police tef%'the;fact,,.and tbtw a.! ene ofiee. ,- 1 Jan.ZXf. 8522 Fr m'nbmoasaat6ampnceUitwo, weeks,. it contemplated by At balder transportation: is to be preferred the
of personal violence'wai pobakIJPreV.1ed. ..- ', other Wednesday; "- ., of the-Department c cI
evenr be here"Write the The experinflO ,
Mr. Willis returned id,h.,ea and.Forreet -I- .Hatbawa,. -: To Cedar Keys by 6pm40n ns; !l (or we, as In the full ease of may here state) [ Ute residence lay down the following rates Tit i f ;e. "' I
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was the remainder IJGHT:DAGUERREK TAVILLION And back,bet ween,6am,and,6pm.,every ,'name or names the mail 'When the moil on the route ia not so Ja I '
cleverly watched dnruig S'KY or..residences] hereby propose to veary borsecoacb' '#
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be a sew days longer to o&herTauday. t w w toT' "' U require two conveyance a :
of the evening.: open .accommo at week Friday on route No.: frem : :lI. ..
8523 from Homosassa 2pm onee.a ,, thelowesVwillbepreferredtothespeciae
t'-- date persons who have nraped Pictures an4 others. ,- often us the,Postmaster.General's. advertisement ,
I the mail of saeh sue
of beautiful P1KS } r- Deeemner iISSoTtwiires '22.When are .
: .' A lot on )ianA. wowwal thesame, dated > ; .
NJCAaAGI1.A..ne Brili.A apd ;hejJ'tiied J.&D.. ,! .. ."3 ,I, ,;. t x. i 1 By CrystaTRiver; Bentoa eosuitjr%V'seaswaj ,in the time stated lathe schedules I. to render it necessary expedient la ; ,
& Pond county ( wo-hope coach
.-A. telersphicMsaicIifrom4be I' To Long ,4vy contained to wehadTerUsem and, *y the to* to them alone;to provide 7
5- by 6pm next d y,JB miles; wit Here state anoe the'epeeifieto:though the bIgb
"pecial erreppp&detit in ;of the : neodoof conveyance, e t( -l
WaiJjington ,DAGUElLREOTXPES. ; And back between 6 a ni Thursday,,and 12 lowing for the annuaZ'sua of rfeVred tothe star",to.the extent
A'ortA American state 'Irmt official intelligence ; mnextday.. *'* l J? bow I it is to be conveyed i far the compensation In S
V"
difference
las been,receive cr of llie',B ti&b go c- J '. itARNEU would respectfully inform the .. Proposals to extend to FortFsnning are'InV [[here write oat the lumirt wor4s Signed.at falllenl&h.] ']. erata difference is not such; to Interfere wi1h.'. ) ,!'
for [
that Jail Specimens are now ready Dated '
ernment liavingordered" > igent&at San public Court Housewhere TitedTtSee 8525.1.; -, t of-the new law,which looks to a -
his in th. -
Exhibition at rooms Sam i
8524 FromSprIneIfiflBentnCOufltlM .' Exceptions .
Juan, (Greytown sitopend 'the
duties at thai-place; thehd being thattblB wait UJIOD all who would have their picture. well 'ByMelendes; : -,: .. Insert'the nf the the present 01l'Det of 1he'.Jtoek'on,the' : 1k
nanw
t. anridenc oTtbe'Intention of'ller. executed. CaS befcw going ffaewhen easeL .and' exam- To Fort Dade by 5>m' iatJei'f' undersigned there guarantiesthat, hen it is manifest that the reasons,for p <.. .5
Ins bb sp.clmcial sad vu4ey tr .And back between 8a IB_Iii p.T"l' gnarsatororgurtntosl.; peclfieblddanotexistinbil'eaM; : .'- -JTt' ,
M.Jij"fit Di :
the ,
: Iaithof1theIaythn
> r"'l ciJmrrf good tf of bidder names'of bidders a* -
or
? : name : .
JacksvUleDC. ,15IiQ. arlO\ week. insert .
1r th'hi r 1 3523 From Melendet ID -c a their bid the ".23.. Oar routes of the highest class,'" ,: -
ti 5'Th43 if his(or ) for carrying
tgatlon. treaty L iOJdz '
r Mld&7J SSfrom3 .** ,tV "*' -,be by thoPostmaster horse 'coach "steamboat$. \ .eioWiI
Tbiir. l : accepted
t iM. if'is :iproia'tIc: '' ; lfJOB P.BIlI'J'I1Io\ : To, nwita b1'll'inI mn Yea'An4 I Generalshall into the contract quired by th. sis 'and :' f A : > ','
that San J.u.an.wi.ll h .'ea'r'n. .W uan E X B C C 1"T.1.s.illt I bscki'etweefll aZaIBn&9nIJ W's1.neiay. Uie soecifia bid will : .
.t.i ,t, \ rr1)0 V X AT I. T .' '- ; .. eqaircdby'. Postmaster General.;pursuant, the prefejtact%. : :
u T11lSOFEICE., ,;: .. .
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; FLORIDA REPUBLICAN .AaC.X: ., ': : -" 'cn; E A'P CASH: ':' )1 't ,A gricultuz'at' r'W arO1te. ; ANSWER TO** *ii; }-

. .rtrtUHUD XTXKTTBITUDAT.AT I FOR CLAIMS,AT Messr
from SIMMERS'
implement*
; THE CAItl
J&sk.sItu.,Dmral C n.tr,B.F.,bjr "Jo;H. MeRo.r. i YfAS1Aroiivid Go tb*'Nortk.rawl, ,ix>. Webster thtundenignedwoaldannonnc* to ," _" A '. ..1. ,: : ,

COLUMBUS DHEV Trake this method to' inform' his:friends sad f the tha they bavo greatly learned said i f .
WILLIAME. KEXNATJOit, .i-i.: oaen ro Sale formerly,occupied poblio ,zog _
-" JL the pbl generaUythat be has commenced. a*the-Foot I t building stock,embnell1l..besidef a great T&rIe17.clothes \ ,,: :'
Twn Three .Dollars : RRAR wrI's HOTEL, ZasYLVANIAkVZMT business lEast. and b. &hn u' the character and ,
following
pet annum payable. an\We. forida a sortmcntof.Fancy.and.i Lap1e ,; artIcles renernyof '. # jt
.|>oa ordering the.Paper.SmhtcrfpUont ... '. Continues to pTi prompt attention l tb the arrangement elLa Philadelphia fnUj : ,r offer at very low price fo Cash,j and, wJ"h description !Ugficnltural and borticnltnrai iaplemeHts : 1 '
&tanflftb.Iwhich
.ltmo. and invites the.citizens of.: and.the of,every variety;of the most rteenl.nd. ,
If befm tie of before Con ,
not expiration OD Jak/Yi
; paia been ., ,
t places bn. vicinity to call and examine Improved description; nve hundred ptowjof every ': .

ef..7 ar,are charged$* 'or any of the. Departments.CIaIms .- made for the successful prosecution' kid porchasiiig. cluewhera.;,.Also ..G. ,pY &. > description: materials fur. tannerS, earrierf.and '..:, a I
. AdvtrUements win be Insert**'at tie folfowinfntatt ar.lg from the Revolutionary, Florida, of business in which our SmUhem $-dand 4-4. Venetian StairCarpeting? troni.15 to brai. and frost'founders embracing every article @ G1I. :

:. interested. Goods of eer'desrlptJonwilhe; ; 25 cent. ,. used in' their line,'including,aR'necessarytool/,* .t "
One welve lines firth or Invalid ? "
Dollar oft Half- '
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lex Revolutionary at short : :
per square & procured : re" 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. from 43 to tc.at manufacturer price;: V" -j r .

l' tnt,and Srrenty-FiTC Cents for every 'ub&e- pay, or Widows Pension!I Naval or Army; SSIAU. PROFITS.. -. Ipj i .-' .-,?,,. 621-2 cent*,'., _,, ,:MiMnctfcASEocs,-.Roller and!common 'gins;,* .(1: .
t fibers Bounty Land .under law PRODUCE; of every kind, oeive i on '4-4 Super do. 17 1.2 Jack rews, storoand,cotton trucks,_wheel Mr-; J' JF'
mtrtIon. T.yearly Advertisers a, or Scrip,, : of Feb. 11, d'b Base eeuta.Men's ., ; ,I':
. i I 1847 10 1818 ll or.hpment upon which oicts viU heavy Kip Boots and BrogaivM; rows, road scrapers, hydraulic rams,force pumps, ,
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M will M aiadfr.,.AH tnmsfea Advertiseneats ,or August ; Arrearages of.Pay and made .pt'g Tunbtrtit chains to facilitate the'dra..inc' water;
ADgemeuts .Women,Girls and Boys, Booteeai ". patent' fi I
!L (at topi byptws*havfeg mnraag aecmtwttfc : Mileage. de returning Volunteers; Ci tot ,'
t& oflree. ) mat. be paid fet prrrleui to pobliPemni .: Horses t and other:Property destroyed; Expenses '> AI'tl& STATIONERY of wy Men and Boy*glued Cap. ;Plasterer and.raw for farmers; plantation{f 'aND'ALOO' .
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incurred V before variety will hD\or supplied on,.short Silk and Gingham.Umbrellas., .mils; com aDd.l1Dut.mill4; ecre..a",mill irons] "
'tatlea.; by
o
being
.r uteer "mo notice.. *
: cloths reeds shuttle and general AFFIDAVIT
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c > Carpet Bags.,:, jolting picks; S P at i distance tan govern their remtttaneti tered and received into service;:%aggo-m. Through arrangements with Book PiMt1 Ladies elegant New Style? ,White" arid*colored finding for cotton and woollen manufactories. ,: ,

; for advertising the following rates: ten and Teamsters' chums; Marines'', sailors', flatter with m.st that country dealers terms can than Fun Bonnets Ladies colored Straw Bonnets and ..MILV."MAcuraEkYi-, &c.-Having the :Y,.n i.ea1*Sb'.".aha. lbs.Wk I.a..;
BOOKS
i I 0.- 00 _..__n;rarafra.'_ .._ 0 fines___). rmblished_0 ____six 0 months.._ 0 Ao.. & can have on btt .they. Winter Hood .Also.. agency for various.aId/extensive manufactories ill Cast .t tilt ".. Pvvgtati I. UJa.1'7...
i tbeirorer fle New.Vor Canton Crape and Cashmere & Shawl*, we shall be.prepared at all time to furnLib every ... 8 .. 1,wffl W
;; fcr ., $10 00 aU the forms for:a It r < Wi.ripri In tlMM va. MM IUI UUm
Hang neewsry proper ; of the shortest notice. .
.hal b Inrlm t. mar Ribbons,Inserting, and Edging together with an species machinery on la a irrnl llgkl.$ &ib tUf M...
.aUd
for six 15 00 of claims together with the rules me both, as re The market' at all times forwool u tM
1 Two-aqvam, months presentation and lltroag art assortment of Hosiery Gloves Gingham, Chint- highest prices paid .IM.sO4.Is is t.Jvrs Lb.55.4 .U Dr.I... ,w.haM sopsistle
Notice to debtors ana*creditors 10 00 and regulations governing the different Departments quAity. ACfENClES.- ;, ses, Mousline De',Lames, Cashmeres, :.Shirting, ,sheepskins- bide.' All produce of the tk .tsstta. Iba.so lbs.k.le. 'M OW Jr'***** **.' ,

AppEcatlon r..Jetternracfllrinlat'Uon 5 00 he is prepared to undertake all claims,'of :J Sheeting,Osnabnrgs, and Tweed Casshneres; also,' State, received and sold for the usual commission.; ".4 skI pfSISt****a..I.i...,,Oai If.nsssss slas4
.11 what The 'agenee. of'several importantPATU, a variety of SmaliwartsVbite and Colored Shirts S. &.H. 1I0YT.& CO.- .doubt "", 'la' u asset*..'*.*ku.*.T'.**.,
For unMDetlanhf candidates for office 5 00 kind soever, that may require the services MEDICI been obtained which Colored m
Black and
among Silk Cravat., &o. &o. Ga. ..
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c "S _. I .No.,171Bayslreet.Savann4lI, .. basiC tk WtUtt. .. "allr. lfc' it.Bat w.bsaljtsklsgasigll' .
: .: .D.w.remellt w01 be made unless the same of an Agency this place. Jacksonville,Nov. 2Sth 1850.. :If "
a RKPMRSCE*.-Mcr*.;Padelford,Fay & Co.;
* be accompanied with the amount charged. Particular attention given to the settlement 'x Swift Denslow, tt.Webf terr oct 24-tf ..are ktpla.,.rtU er..1!
prpr In Effn-n.Circuit Court :I
11H Editorial notices for private benefit will be !., of Quartermasters'accounts., of Florida'DnvatCounty. .. i l THE CARD.

barged doable the rate of advertising. Charges moderate,and regulated by the amount CANiAN' .;- Atlanta (Oa.) Female Seminary. .I '
; > iarls* af U tf .
mUE1ue'reis this .tb* Paearrin **' *Cltj "
George Burt
pltff. of schoo commenced
t Religions,Obituary and Marriage notices,will claimed, and the extent of services required. I ,J new that la tigalaf Cari-that we 1. ... I.
.. ,. '., on the first Monday In"-Jnly last under the, !ra U say
; t be pvbUshed griLls.C.minloatlons. 'All communications, to insure insertion, must VERMVUCEAIHr Elislia iIall''ci Elisabeth } charge of A.R'Reliant, principal in the literary,' P. T.wa ta4'. SMnrUla.'w 4U a.'...ia ia wsossi

must be post paid. b ptpaid. dee -ttfJAMES Hall, his wife, defdt. and his accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental -. ,lai. i*rf.aea ta aay mWrtlaal aaliUas vkM Oat a*
with assistants tilt yrtparatiaa kaawa as OU Dr.Jaaak T.waaa4s Sariaaarilla '
Petition department of qualifications.
for the foreclosure oflnortg.ge <.West high
on
II The Institution will be divided into .a J have. as"a usA la kaia. .... .
I latfotJot number five in number ten
STJ1.I.IVAX AIHr situated in the to..n'of Jacksonville Square four classes,fourth, third;junior, and senior' "A 8CHIEJTELI.V. ,BROTIIEES. k CO,IM' and 10S Joha St
county -
PHILIP FRAZER, No. 1: IVhltaker, hear Bay Street, and State aforesaid. preparatory department will be attached to the N.To'
'REMEDYnnC1c WORM schOOl,and conducted under the of the RUSHTOK, CLARK CO-lWa Sl Brwowsyjt M
supervision
ATTORNEY fc COUNSELLOR AT LAW SAVANNAH GA. ; It appearing to 'the Court by the affidavit of J. principal.. The school has been furnished with a. Astoe11ouael.Y.NO&TON .

, JACKSONVILLE FLA., WHOLEAL : EF.pr McRobert Baker, esq: Attorney for the ITatntiff fine and well selected apparatus globes,astronomical -, ,BABCOCK sc WOOD, 13* MaIden .. ..
onaMy the best WORM MEDICIXE in the above entitled .that the'said
Elisha
WiO attend to any professional business entrust- TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, b in'rs Hall, is not to be found.ease within, the of geographical, phonographical,sound charts, 'BAYlLtNDKEEkC0t1. .
positive remedy'and can always jurisdiction &c., on a large scale, to be 'seen and DATID T.LANMAN,69 Water Stnet" I.
.4 to aim la the Courts of the Eastern Circuit maps
this Court but Is readj
'r DEALER edon and its operation. supposed reside in the State
i&lrf\ctywu i Texas. .' ..' distinctly from any part of the room. ,A ;; BAYDOCK,COKLIES fc CLAY,318 Fcarl Street.OSOOOD .
<
; aad the Supreme Court Tallahassee. He has Japanned, Brltanla, Planished Ware, It is brary of, choice books also belongs. to the school fc.JENNINGS 138 rear Street .
.That .tho"said'Elisha
alto neb aa advantageous connection with an .. & DARU Y'S ARABIAN HEAVfi REMEDY. thtrtfon.Ordered, for the nsc of the pupila. : -
fl An article of merit and which no one who Hall, do appear and answer the said petition with The scholastic will be divided into MINOR fc CO.SW Fatten Street 4.hi
will kinds of Cooking Stoves and Range great year tw&sea-
able Lawyer at Washington city, as ensure in the
ALL time by law Maiden
prescribed
will be
orjndgment F.TRIPP 90 fc Lane
i. fc J. t'J
Horse should bo
. I most for owns a without. sions of twenty weeks each;there will bt at least
,_. and collection of such claims I filuie.j given against him in default thereof.
prompt speedy as 'lr\'ed ptM" examination RUST iiouoirrox n John Street, 4.ORE.ENLEAF .
and each
hotel. ships; 1 Dr. Christie Galvanic Bracelets It is one public session and a quarterly
Belt
further
ordered that the above notice' be
iE ia his the United KINSLEY 43 Cortlaodt It. 4.
Bay bo placed hands against public places. Stove Pipe and every description Necklace mid Magnetic' Fluid.. published) in some in the report will be sent to each parent or guar It ,
Tit & '' of Sheet Iron.ork made at notice. town Jacksonville newspaper in published dian, giving a full and fair statement of the standing WALTER ..TOWNSEND CO.25 Pearl St.- .
said
*- & *. 1.180-lr. For and Lift Pumps. Beer Pumps, Lead Pip. For the Removal Ncrvaut and PrTI1't Ditettff Cut of a two weeks for four months., county once every deportment, and expenses of the pupil. OLCOTT M-KESSON k CO, In Maiden LaM 4.

-s-r.. CASH at ,Sheet Iron.of 'Viro Tin (alvanize Iron And or thorn Complaints which, are caused' bra Til OS.. DOUGLAS, Judge, tie., &c. RATES OF ;Tnrno::."Preparatory' class! per JOSEPH E. TRIPPE US Maiden Laae, 4.

,KU purchasers War b supplied' impaired,weakened or unhealthy condition of Nov3.I850. session,t8; fourth and' third classes,115: junior POU fc P PALANCA 95 John St .
J. P. NANDEILSON.ii. at prices as low as they can buy in York or I J. McR. BAKER Esq., Fltffs.Atty. and senior classes, 20; music piano forte.20; guItar MONTAGUE WARD It CO.'B*Maiden Lane, .

."' ATTORN IT 1KD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, elsewhere.and tho interior Orders, arc from Fl rda. South Carolina, the NERVOUS SYSTEM. I, Ludore V. Garish, Clerk; of said Court, do 15;ornamental branches 10; vocal music' 2; THOMAS )MAXWELL M wniiM St .

ThS; beautiful and convenient application of the hereby certify that the above.is true copy of library and incidental expenses, per,quarter,I.No IACJC8ON, ROBINS (0. W4 Water SL' 4.
29
Cffambia 1850.
.t removed his office from Aug. tf pupil received for'a loss time than one session .
Publication
mysterious of GALVANISM and MAG. the order in she '
HAVING towers above entitled case, Old1 .
GRAHAM fc CO 10 Slip,
Duval ,
'J; ; to J Jacksonville County, NETISM,ha been pronounced by distinguished on file in my office. ,and no deduction made unless for protracted

_*l; fajpectfaHy informs his friends that he will continue FASHIONABLE TAILORING. Ihysicians. both in Lurope and the United States, Witness my hand and the seal of said Court,. sickness. MARSH fc NORTHROP,69 Pearl St. 4.
From their experience and former r HER WOOD* COFFIN pearl St.INOERSOLLfc .
1 i r the' practice of his profession, as formerly.Ho .- b. the mol valuable medicinal discovery o the [L. !.] II.this V.Nov.GARNIE 21Mt. 850.Clerk; C. C. D. C. feel confident rendering full satisfaction.success Their they BROTHER,230 Pearl St. '- .

.
winattend at each and every Term of Subscriber: would inform facilities for imparting ,instruction are rarely ,
: t- The respectfully DR. IV It COX'S Nov. 23,1850-4m. B. A FAHNESTOCKfcCO,4t Job St.4.
:, the Cimn'Court in the several Counties of citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity Compound Extract of equalled.- The advantages of the location'need I ......u.. witk '11. WI &I'M tstrm*,.f a CM f.kUtktdkyall -, ,
that he has taken the rooms Sar.aparla,' not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalled L ._.e .
miatkilT.tkta
:the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County of formerly occupied Columbia County Tax Collector' Sale tk pri eip l.tcull (
. by Col. Sandcmm as a law ofcc. where he intends Original of Tmcnten'tf and health undoubted.". Board can be bad in the> she Urxt . a. Hamilton In the Middle Circuit, the Supreme carrying on the ", in which IT IS NOW, WELL KNOWN BY MANY;I BT VIRTUE of authority in me by law vested best families on reasonable terms.,. For any information Vtwly twt.ty Pbydeiui(ir.tieS.UiiB*S7 *>M.la' tfttt' I

t!. Cawt at Tallahassee, and the.U. S. Court at St.Aagustin he will endeavor io merit a share of tbo public easily proved by uc, that.:, ;I will expose for sale, In"front of the Courthouse wanted address the principal Atlanta,, Cw4 tk. u...,*..pUIo.ia tkto BUIUT. OU Dr.J.-

: *. AH business entrusted to his care patronage. He will keep constantly! on hand a* TOWNSE.VD /. door ia' the town of Alligator on the Ga. oct 2Um .k T.._.'. S&n p&rUU U TM 8MrMrwQta.'M. tac
choice OMortrant of fine French roa Cloths, lid obtain from DR. WILCOX the' for first Monday in JUDe, A. D. 1851, 437 acres of p,r.aW.I. tktit MU.ali.. Ii S. P.'... '
: l will receive prompt attention. Cllliml. Vesting, Trmmingl. ., which manufacturing the original 'mlpt' land owned by Smith&'Webster or so much Duval Comity Tax Collector Bale. I f Ktmi-
; Address-J. P. SASDEBSOX, JarktonvMe, be made to order reasonable thereof as will pay the State and county tax due BY VIRTUE of in
mOlt authority mo rested by
1 l WILCOX COMPO UND: thereon for I&O CARD TO THE PUBLIC.T .
Honda. term JOHN HENRY. and all attending -
DvM Coifaff, necessary. expenses' I law, I will expose for sale, in front of.the Courthouse ,i
that
it Jacksonville Oct. 3d and he did.after the character and reputation said levy and sale.
:1- Jacksonville Jan. n, iso.'I If 1S50. i | was e.tablishtd. being the Louiidurics described on the d3Y'of sale. door, Li the town of Jacksonville,on the lbs r.'ertipe4. Fbyiklas .4 ncP' II'S'
& mot A.J. I first Monday of May,A.D.1851the following tractf T.rk. BrooUy ... Willtaaukarc feet* H4 apa to ftataaar ,
: JIeQl1BEN .IIeU'T"OSH- | NEW RESTORATIVE, EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE WRIGHT, o< land or so much thereof will pay the ram .....' Tfcwe 01 tb.real mriu af tk*,wa Tcwaanda*
i in the world for the following diseases, .such Sheriff and ex of.Tax Assessor o f eighty-two dollars' .aDd ,ninety-one, cents, .. tka to Ik
*
i1.; ATTORNEY AT LAW BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD SALOON 1 Collector SamparUIaa. Of tho Ui prcfomd ky pirta .
as Scrofula., Consumption King's and Columbia co. 8291 the the amount of the State ...
Evil 8al [ ,] same being .ri i..t !aruparnta.lane aetbiajt to 4. saL tkea
i\ Witi attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern &c. Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald Head, ht Alligator, Nov. 15th 13oO21tdsj tax assessed against the estate of Duncan L. t.Mttla tkat .tier ktwea ....1... a..I.

" Circuit; the United States District Court at St.J '"I SUBSCRIBER has just opened, on BAY uciMof the Chet:, D.r.ppia. Palpt- T-i-a-j-a- r i Clinch, deceased, levied on said land for the year wa oagkt ta rfT tka...w.y w.prefer to aaa sad aU 014

Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; North side, one door from tilt talon of the all Nassau County Tax Colledoias. Sale. 1850,'and also to pay the sum of sixteen dollars Dr. Jak T...**..'. amparilla to ... S. r.Twraaaara
corN
J ner of a BOWMNQ ervous ", General< Debility. Fluor AI- virtue of authority in "me by law vested and fiftr-eightceDtI. [$16 58,] the amount of the, sad I... tk*..11. Judge .wketket s are.-deoeittn aaiawiadlen
of LibrYltrct.
I. aid prosecute Claims for citizens in any part ALLY, ad 8AT.I ESRATVF Establishment bus or Whites,' Rheumatism, Syphili',. Liver- BY.I will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse county tax on said land fur the same year, together a.4 sot ,. ka traited.-aa......

4., Florida against the Government at Washington, been lU.URD ogtircly:new, and is open Complaints, Cancerous Humors, Mccurial Disea door in assan county on the fourth -Monday with all nece&wry expenses attending said L'Oar axaorinea...otMrralioa k.TO.U..*a list tk*

cither'before Congress or at the Departments. for. the reception of 1"itlto.at the usual hours. ICI' in January,l81, 400 acres of land owned by l evy and sale:said tract of land being situated OU Dr.'. Sarnparilla f maws nora Baikal pewer sad,i*.
rorsomepiiqio.se, and no doubt ill order to Picket much thereof will i in said county of Duval, on the west bank of the tkaaakUawaaU
Jackimrille East Florida THE B.IK Scymonr or as pay taatkaa S PT.w..4s.14 tbs ttiaayaf
'
ADORES* make it for the
ft} Has been supplied with the choicest cheap ( I genuine cannot b mae 99 00 taxes due thereon from 1845 and all necessary St. John's'river opposite PieoUta, containing to U tb*... aa' w.alvayi aiaka It a auMtaraf
I May 2.1830 tf beverages to suit will lqunl. and without great expn.,) pollute i with minerals expenses attending said sale. Boundaries ten thousand and fifty 10,050]acre,and bounded aaaaricae.aai 4a 1,. ... tw. article kaariattkaaim -

with The every delicacies palate such as : l. described on day af as follows: On the east by the St. John's river, ... aaraaniag t*cara tk.iaa*dh.aM.Ia mark**
of the
i J. aicUobert Baker, at deteh. supplied. season will !alptre.&&o. I sale.A.. J. BRADDOCK, south by lands belonging to the sn me estate west* ta Mil tkat which w.coaaiart tka knU Tka fast ibM S.r
b a tie consequence of the above abuse, Dr. by public land, and north by lands belonging to. ...'. kaa Otraoatai ash
WILCOX oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off. Tax Coil ector '* !SaraiaariTla naily toar**
J TTORtTEYf CO UNSELLOR AT LA W The Billiard Table concluded to give his whole time
.
Palmer & F IIlhe same being old
af rr an J grant.URIAH xplodod tk. kattlea.tkrky p..lar Rrcat aJtaatkfaatlaa aa
t JACTSOSVILLE, E. FLA. Has been imported expressly for the Jouao. and and talents to tho manufacturing of NalSau Countl.Tax Colleelor' & BOW DEN, 1 ...CMtamer bat laBatat.4 a*ia sir rnfarta**tt laa 054Dr.

'f WILL ia the Courts of the Eastern b of the most beautiful construction, and HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND. virtue of in law vested ..Tax Collector and Assessor.Threat ceanty.. .'.art4ratf Wk a ake4 ky aa* *aal_*Ta fcr aw
practice authority me by ,
i
its
in primeval state of that l lDuval
India rubber cushions.' purity, BY :
vegetable Jacksonville Oct.26 1850. Sl-tds alt imautaaw to k* U*
1 aaiafea wkick w*keifra a" r *
,1; I will for sale in front of the Courthouse

la Hamilton of the Middle Cir- he afflicted of clauses have expose
Circuit county ;
The Bowling Plus and Ball al mar a healing in Nassau the fourth but w*,...!. ..,....'.1. tvI.g aar arafanaaa to OM
'n la Banton aDd Hillsborongh counties of the balm for all of above And from door county, on ....... laaT. abs
(alt compJnt of County Tax.CdIecIoYs Sae. Dr.Jak T. With tfc ttewa w* aaaliato -
Are aIojnst from the workman and Monday in January 1851,250 acres land .
every convenience his knowledge for the of the
i Antbera in the Court at Tallahassee tel Yen wonderful 4 ia sJ*<., tk* OM Dr.* .
Circuit Supreme for the entertainment and comfort of guests healing propensities of Liii compound, he owned by the heirs of Keeble or so much.thereof BT VIRTUE of authority in me vested by '
'f4. and la the United States District Court has been provided. hesitates not to say to yon, that be.warrants a as will pay 96113 taxes due thereon from 1845, law, 1 will expose for sale, in front of the Court prpartla tkat arDirac vkiek i* taia ta aa *
...
ft for the Northern District of Florida; and will I cordially invite the public to call at this Es- cure of ANY and ALL of the above and all necessary expenses attending said sale. house door in the town of Jacksonville on the .*di.al coaaoaad.. aa well aa tk** af iSa'aaala a*aa -'
t ablishment, assuring them that I shall spare no persevered in according to the dlrdr i Boundaries described on the day of sale. I first Monday in May A. D.' 1851, the following vtnally .111fi.d 1.1."Tor.Pkilia .

1. prosecute claims against the United Stales before effort to contribute t their recreation. that you have tried Sarr'apariUas and Dn'tI A. J. BRADDOCK,. : named tract of land or so much thereof will Merkl*.]. .311S Craa4 fc 43 Aaa B K.T.,

Congress aDd the Departments at Washington GEOirGE F. SKIFF. not been bcncfittcd, 1 yon won't h1"e oct. 24-tds Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. I Ir pay the State and County tax assessed against ,C. G. KrKBW.3MBr.*. JI. U 4..,

Being located at Jacksonville far life he will Jacksonville. J.nuy1 1850. i tryDR'WILCOX"S. .k r Benjamin Thompson and. due thereon'for the O.A.I5.v'ii..D.B. D. Wyaaat, X. D.ITS C.1jba Ckcrrr **.. .In. ** M
A. D. 185U, together with' all cxpenees K. B. Partsa. M. D.CM Crecawica mr.Barr*. 1.
I f I give his entire and unremitting attention to his there has been many of the name pot up Nassau CountyTux Collector's Sale. year necessary D.D.B.ikasp.M.iI6.v.C- .

} profastloB, and all business entrusted to his care T. VANCE'S on the reputation of this article, and we tell you BY virtue of authority in me by law vested I of land attending situated said in said levy county and sate.Dnval, : Said, on tract the A. .. Lass *7.D. cr. Riitea fc Ck J'.ti* 4.a.i
Jha Biata.If D. "Ut A.
SEA ISLAND ROLLER c safe
COTTON GISS. ; will for in front
ban raoet with prompt attention. expose of the Courthouse east b"ntotthe St.John's river,containing twentrGne' C. *.B.1di.1... D. HaA.. a..
. SARSAPARILLA ROOTis door in Nassau county, on the fourth 3/on- and bounded follows On the Dr.O**. Nw.y, .. D M Caaal 4.
Jacksonville, August 29.1850. tf fllhe Subscriber begs leave to inform the though excellent in its qualities,.ODe of the day in Jan*..''V,1851, 8(0)acres of land owned by went by acres the',St. John's river as on the >north by Dr.Dr.rrmieu.Paa....D. BrMB U. 3US.R S
, JL planters of Sea Cotton and the most interior ingredients of tnis,may we not truly the heirs of John T.Low,or so much thereof will land belonging to A.M. Head, and OD the cast LL.o.Gna..LJI.D.2IMB- 4.
A Card. .that be can supplj led with his double pub say Vender working f pay 91&75 taxes due thereon for 185O and all neecsjtary by lands belonging to Moses Curry on the south B. P. PridbaauM. D. 3utkcz.AthJ. ...
ad Coftd. 45
I IsTEJtDiso to leave the State,I have transferred single Now friends, these true to the expenses attending said sale. Boundaries by lands belonging to the heirs of Egbert B. IN.GiI..ri.1.W.Traatmaa. X.I.D.3ft D. )t Ztaato CaaalH. ..:

business to J.McRoBERT BAKER SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. l letter; but we say them not to injure any one, ba described on the. day of sole. soll. Urd'I 1 I .'L. Panoat. ). D. 6B Caaali. I.
y professional because we have a right to the benefit of trth, A., J. BRADDOCK, "IIIMnIL *. D. a OliTWCkarU 4.
Law E. F inelading No doubt is longer entertained they are best ,URIAH .BOW DEN, P. :.,.1(3 Chaster 4.n..r
EH-.Attorney at Jacksonville and it is also true that if you will call on as, we oct 24-tdi Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. *
Gins in use, and the Subscriber natters himself, Tax Assessor and Collector Dnval county. Tri..cr.ZT WlIltebaJ1. 4.
aD such matters were entrusted to my from the general satisfaction he has will gin you names and residences people who Oct. 26.1850. A. M. DaidMa.to H.afC.Athaia4. .
given the Jacksonville Sl-td
fo have been cured diseases which : Jr.MSCfaa4Kaha Is
; i tan by Gen.James A. Peden, of which all interested hut seven years, he will receive their not themselves but their .astonished Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. C. MM* UK Craai IS .>

?' will please take notice. l"ic. low, and,the pins mode of Ilpr.materials only physicians,and also virtue of authority in me by law vested Iwill ,1 i. H. Watt.Jl S h A.... .
and work names of 1m' of our best physicians, who are BY Duval County Sfuriffs Sale., XilM L. Cook. 199 6th A... t 4.
Mr. Baker's. business reputation for diligence msnsbip using recommending, and selling large expose for.,sale in front of the Courthouse C. Vank.a Cherry Is
BOXES AND Bavslv. of Dr. Wilcox's Compound. Bo qut.te. door in Nassau county on the fourth Monday BY VIRTUE of authority vested in me by Btajaaaa Deaa.29 5|>n.ft IS r.

.4 and attention are sufficiently well established to for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest to get that with the name of "J.. .!car. in January, 1851, 100 acres of land owned by law, I shall expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse .i..pLesx.s.1)Av.C GoofcU.. Hoattea ... A.aa*P Is IsAtsrs

nsur,* promptness to all matters in his .- rates. COX" on the outside label or yon may be injured Marauder, or 10;much thereof will pay I door, in the town of Jacksonville, on the Alos. P. Boy*. I'M fluster IS
This transfer is a sufficient manifestation of Agent iVILLELONQA rather than benefitted 92 46 taxes due thereon from 1845 and all necessary -. first Monday' in January' next, between the AlTrod Mar** Tarick a>r. IIaBraI7 .
;t my & ACOSTA said sale., hours of 12 and 2 o'clock100 head of .tock'eat.Ue Samact TayUr.287 Dloe ktT 4.
Ga. attending Boundaries
confidence ia professional ability and Integrity ,Centrcvillage, If you wish to know who Wilcox is, we expenses D.D.Tallaiaa.641 flu la.. I.
of
ti1. five
lIuNFoID" HAREM, have the privilege of first men of described on the day of sale. pair oxen, and one timber cart. Jortaa Grooa. 101 CkamWra .
CHARLES P. COOPER, Savannah,Ga. the community. 'Principal Office *, A.J. BRADDOCK' PropertrleYied upon to satisfy an execution in ..rill.a Rekol.t. furl C.,.Croa Is'
dhanleston favor of Joseph B.. Watts against Wm. Had B. Parker. L. D. Myrtla-..cr. Carroll 2SS' "
B. F. SMITH S.C.R. .
, i Angv:9. 1850. Attorney at Law.JT.HcROBBRT 173 oct 24-tds Sheriff and e*. off Tax Collector. Watts J.w. Slaickt .. D. UJ..** '
dock., Haddock.
R. RED tt Co., Pahttka. E. F. BROADWAYiN'W.YORK Fi.fa. vs. U.D. Ayna AtlaBtier. .
Heary.
I _ And >
S. B. Co.. Black Creek E. F. and ( Property pointed out by defendant. 1 S. P. Ledj. Cart mr. Atlaati .
THOIPJ" ,
. DAB ER. T. O.HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville. E.\ F. sold by the Druggists country. and Country Merchants allover Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. JOHN G.SMITH, Sheriff D. C. ', C.A..Btchkia.. WriRht.Jr.f.l 7......*..Ssckiut .

Attorney Law JachoncHle E. Florida. PATEU I Kino,Burnt For(ir&. virtue authority in me by law>vested,I By T.'N. McCORMICK, 3. Byvwl. 137 Cearti. I.
'ir ,Drlen. Ga CAUTION TO THE'PUBLIC! BY will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse Oct. 31-tds, Dep. Sheriff.' Preeeett.SS MyrtI. Ar... 4.F. .
'1g. NOTARY PUBLIC. Jrfo. 8. ufort. S C. Don't be deceived Nassau Moat Sautk o. Ballia 4.
FYE by a certificate attached to door in county on the fourth Mon '

1; Commissioner appointed by the Governor or! GEORGE L ROW: .Newnansville.. E.F. each bottle of Townsend's which certifies that day in January, 1851, 400 acres of land owned by tNaisdu, County Tax.:Collector't .&/ .J J.C.Bat.C. Saitk.. 101 OiaUa Myrtla AT.eor.aar.Baltla DaOaM Krooklf I. *
t %v.. each bottle is compounded and made under' the the heirs of Mills Drnry or so much thereof as J. D. N.will,.Craa... VHIiaaMia>
. th. following States to take Testimony, Affidavit virtue of authority me by law vested I U P". ... .
.l A. WATUXS. Ocala, E. F. James R. Chilton, Chemist, 'who will pay $9 94-Wet due thereon from 1845, and BY 71 4 IS
to be used therein J. aprionor 'will expose for sale; in fiout of the Court.house'dour C. H. Clark. N. Moot a CratavUa 4*
*, Acknowledgments t E.F.jti for that 'Now1 all
PURMl Orange Sprngs. purpose' le u see necessary expenses attending said sale. Boundaries B.T. a..319 nrc.awiek a*
iv Mane Virginia, A. JunAI I l0., Kng' Fer and Toer how it looks,when this Clulton resides 15 miles described on day of gale., Nassau county, en the fourth Moa-r *".. B. I...iii Broadway ;*.'_.
from the This day in January,1851-'200 acres of land owned by.I j I .. _
North Carolina mRnufactr" we think .AJ.'J.r BRADDOCK,. .l 'm' BaTiag 1 wiU great alaarara a CARD TO THPUBLIC.
Vermont get Sarah Petty or so much thereof will 92
THOMAS VANCE., imposition and calculated as pay$4 ." fortb
aad
pat ky arer Sixty PkfiieUai Draaxwte
oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off Tax Collector.' ''
% Massachusetts, South Carolina, St. M.rs Ga., May SO,'1850. tfAdrniuiatrator' ceive the unwary, pblc. ye for yourselves. ..,.,-- ., ., ': -. taxes due thereon from 1845,and'all necessary-t la tka City.f )..Totk aa tka rush ,* atari!*af tk*twa
,. Connecticut, Georgia, ALSO,'for several Kinds of"Vegetable Fills,'" expenses attending 'said sale. Boundaries I described "."...-Sanaparillaa la wkJek gritS prr

New York Alabama, Notice. including. Re.D. Hibbard's well known anti- :.... Nassau County Tax Collector Sale. on the day of mile] : proud. I.bTW af OLD DR.JACOB TOWKSIXD SAB.

Bilious I'ii; Cherry Birtcrs.-Orders virtue A.:'J. BRADDOCK 3AFARILLa.mtbM.s1. *r..I. ?,\_-.."wa.tkaradnlCaaiF4aaiM .
Y ky
1 Pennsylvania' Mississippi weki after dato I'fhaO apply to the from of the will B authority in me bylaw vested;! oct 24-Ws 'Sheriff and ex.'off.Tax Collector.
Country receive .
lon. any *
SIX
port in bta .
Delaware, Texas.. of Probate of Nassau for prompt 1 will expose fot sale;'in front of the Courthouse ,aerdlally aaaaar *piaJa.TT
ten Jug the cuhty let attention.. -, -I door in Nanau county;'en the fourth Monday ."....tkrer r*..,aMiaatteaaly roMnaaad tk*aiok tomta
on Mary '
.i Maryland. aujl.lyi ler. deceased.. JACOB GE1GE11. Ad.res J. H. McRORY, in-Januaml851/400 acres of land owned by ;N fWtt 'ty't' *.Cdlector':* Sale 014 Dr;JaeaVs ...ioiiaU af *. ?.'i artiaaa.

Nassan county, Oct. 3I-6t Jacksonville, E. F. the heirs of Horatio Low, or so much thereof'as BY virtue of authority in mo by law vented,! Root* & (..I..a.Baltiaiiara 114.J. .
i Valuable Land For Sale. Oct. 12th.1830. 6m. <> will pay 9163 taxes due thereon for 1850, and'all j will expose for ale, in front of the Court. P. Catlaa. ..,.. Dis.af r....
necessary expenses attending said,a_le. ,Boundaries house door in Nassau county on the fourth Mon J. G:' Lanaastar Pasa,;

,5 t-'I .AS Agent for the owners the undersigned offers Notice.flper.onsindebtedt&the' '. : described On day. Of ale.' : '* day in January 1831,400 acre of land owned by .J.Dr...D.O.W.Brawa.Dytt Ptt k Sa$ Ula. PkOa. -' 'da 4.

. I for ate the following valuable tracts of A Estate of Elicaxa. r, I 'i'j"0. :A.BRADDOCK, the heirs of Griffin,or so much'thereof will pay J.W. S!...... PkwaiXTina d.,

land. fcMritr ; .. beth M. Bernie, deca. are'required to .' Fan Sale. :oct 24-tds .)Sheriff and ox o. Tax Collector. 99 90 taxes due thereon from,Js&3, and all necessary Lewis Ssb.I4&C.. Ii.u.wi,d*.
The Low Tnct situated at the head of Indian immediate II I'HuttacaKNIekoUWaakiaittaa d '
attending sale. .
undersigned and WILL of at expenses Boundaries
mae dispose sale; P. Crocker.Jr..BrawaatUla 4*
,4 river containing five hundred acres more or less. persons having demands against said ett.are ;: Iuyfarm the St.private John's river scribed oa the day of sale. r .B. Alllroa. Plk a._ daJoka '
. .o. The Pablo Tract situated on' Pablo Creek rue present them properly- atttd ,at the month of Julington creek Nassau County Tax Collector'i Sale. ". A.'J. BRADDOCK, FIt.L Pittikarga d.

: near lbs month of tL. St.John's river, supposed .lha prescribed by law., f'sixteen mile* above i .Jacksonville.: Y.virlue of,authority 'me by law vested,' oct 24-tds Sbertffan4exjof'TaxC&lecjs- < ,J-atJUoCardT.R. 3; B.puvl. LIugI.s'Roodiaj 4.Is f. ,

to .wtal*..-rtr: two hundred- acres.-including' HENRYD.HOLLAND, Exetr.pI9. is.kOW the most'beautiful B I will expose for sale; in front ofthe Court, ,Cyrus B.tu Jr. Lakacka '.' d*? .
.. --1M1aaIIuaoCk1aa4. & ; .. b Joka Bortva DaylMwaXpktaiai 40 ,:.
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Also a small tract of woodland l the vicinity .t. ,and fonts healthleu. house door, in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon' : Jacksonville' :H teL P* tutu: lflnebuty a. "
et UM town Jacksonville ':' -of fever,havbjg tber day In January, 1851, 12) acres of land owned by t.yaaa a Ckaadlor. Laaatkara' '.. ;
;. containing thirt1.r Admlnl.tratr'e Kotlee. The is B. R. Lyat. MoaUM d* ,
,4
years. dwelling spacious and comfortable, Joseph Sunmerlin or so much thereof will Subscriber become -
pay having purchaser K. P. Iraaa, .. "
_ Also a\ containing oDe hundred acre*good i S.'D t.frdi I shall present,my ae. and calculated the accommodation of a large $2 07 taxes duo thereon from 1845, and all necessary TIE:; sol* Proprietor of this wen known Raises .*,. .BaraiaBy.1. .,* 4* -
to.tho Hon.'Judge ; The.land is of :'quality, and well expenses attending laid .at.' Boundaries ... C. Boeka, DalawaraWai. 4. .
land Pablo CIr ,; I HOTKL Informs
planting creek respectfully the
on
too month of.r public .
near .
.
Probrte for Duval county, for a finalsettlement1 for gop generally 8. ,'Bailor :
cotton described of sale. ..
' i. nourishing on day
the rH/John's river Orange that he has added the
: _; Administrator to former house twenty-odd J. MeCIyaioadi ft Co,Wlferak 4. .
a* of.the J > '
The above of eat of oh grove on the premises'which formerly producedan .A'J. BRADDOCK r ... R. Colkort Batler ."; -
tract land win be told at reasonable ton, deceased. l1dlo : more comfortable rooms.with over five,hundred .J
price* and on good terms. Address '. 'THOMAS\V.: ;>JONES do income again of from a thousand the dols. shortly: oct 24-tds, Sheriff and ex.off. Tax Collector. feet front with piazzas in front and rear, making N.Poter..B.Smith Mafaet.W.Saaoary..... .K.4.T. -
. _. Also oat half of the dwelling hc and lot of so present and healthy it as' 'comfortable as any hotel IntheSouth. P. Q. HiD.a.n'.ea Sri.. '.. ..:
_5 land la Jacksonville, near the House sept 26. Adminintrntor.' appearance of the.Uces.., ho Post Office of Man Nassau which now,will enable him to accommodate C.H. flalkert. .. dada
square,, County Tax CJlectot't &. over t
darin wltbin' two-mfleian4'the steamboats Beary Marray, Leekpert -
.
r bethgtbesama wWchlsoccupIedbyJoseph'Iue.budred I' one hundred and fifty persons..Hi table .
will be J.D.Ls-1uVsb. If. 1".
: e. .' pass repass before the house- on thelr'regar BY virtue of authority in mob)'law vest I: under the superintendence of an experienced Ckarlo W.Btdnr.Newark N. I. .
,-two and forty oa the east L Lf Not trips to and;from Savannah. '. 'willexpose for sale, in front of the Court. house-keeper of the North, by whose J.,A. Skeraiaa.Troatoa 4. .
TO aid he flat '
THE Watkhia. .
AND SOLDIERS this valuable property may call on, or ad. house door b.Nassau the A .n. Palla, Tk
fourth
tide ell Island on the River, scur county,on Mon ten himself be shall not be rivalled by Hotel Joka ...y. Graftea 4
any -
b.t J'G Messrs. Georgi OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE. dress by letter, the subscriber at Jacksonville,I day in April,1851.220 acres of land owned by the I in tho South.be4a$ now enabled, by the constant Jieok Pier**. Oioator d*
acre of which THE REVOLUTION .orid. CHARLES BYRNE., heirs of Francis P. Sanchez, or so much thereof steam communication&rannah Alfrod Avery. Wlaihaa 4*
an
&od.Charle.
hammockf aad about thirty acres cleared. a recent Act. of officers" ', October, 2.18. a* will. pay #5 48,taxes due ,thereon from 1845 ton;to have the advantage of the fine markets of A.Tfceaiu"ilki.J..Cerailek.-Pa,Hill Norfolk Tmaca Ta, da

; Also &andivided one; third of the V. BY have CDgS. and I and all necessary expenses attending said. sale.., those cities." ,In, addition, he ha* made arrangement Cutler ft Stiekaey, i.ss.s-' 0 .. '

r..*::a Fkmiag'g'de on Fleming Mi, : to BOUNTYLAND&FZS&y ,|(services of) are one entitle, monthor ,Notice to Navigators.CUSTOaFllOUSE ,. .Boundaries' described" on day of sale. ', *,in'connection with the Hotel, at .all times Nm Per..IA..I.r",cai. a C.rss.fl5.4* 4a 4*
taoBtJoha'* -I--" : -AJ.BRADDQCK; to furnish fine horses and ..(. .
bta1L1' more; the widows,an minor children of those carriages for the accommodation Oardaer 4. 4*
, Abo.A andivided onthir aut thou deceased, are entitle. The Subscriber will ', .oct 24-tds- >Sheriff and ex.off.Tax'Colleetor f of his guests,,0; I. R.Baavlttaa 4. .r '..
. .
a i ( The reirides k Ca.: ", '.. 4*
;, on Nassai a undertake DISTRICT OF ST. JOHX'S. increasing reputation which the climate l
.M'litu&b at moderate ) thi Ca>baBUa aar4 4. ...
.
)
: : empDson Port of Jacksonville: '189D., Florida in the estimation of ; '
S..ap.nltl. those interested., Nov. possesses, the medical I H. Bee" .4* 4*
for tvrpenUne; small of I elm lt. 'Notice. faculty for the.cure1'of J. Tb.neaZ.DudI.v.. 3l4. 4*'
office consumption and other "
art hmok' -.t for several years his experience about the of Jday the follow. "
to Francis P.Fatlo. 'O Art next; R. Nomaa. Nortk AdMia4kSayl.S 4*
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: ia such matters will enable him to afford grea rD will bo made with the Buoys at St A. LL. PERSONS an hereby cautioned against" pulmonary dUcoses.'has. 'Induced 'vast increase / .tkAdasUa .
J. McROBERT BAKER facilities to for 'LAND 'AND PEN John's Bar. I give this that all trading for a certain promissory note made of travel to this State duringtho: fall and winter i.W. Da...... ClaeiaaoU. Okia'
Attorney at Law,Jacksonville elDt notc/.o navigators by me on the 3d day of December months of those who'let the relief 'A. 8. S.*TI1. Clc... Oala. -
5IONS aad ( 1830 to A W. afforded
.
I r' F \ a great deal of tronbl may understand ; by a J, B, Qaiaiky Ca.,Aa>*akav Jr.L .
A. e'tP\w.J :: ni what the law is relative toBuoyi;ebs I ma West, for'Teaf five-year-old Steers 'and 'Eight milder atmosphere ; and in view of this fact the W...K. P"... Partaaiavta 4* ,, '
tii audupnl. Wr.b.obtDothll ,"That' hereafter, aU Buoys along the coast Cow and their .Calves, duo/first day of.My subscriber hdetermlned' that his exertion to ....IIaI tnl' 0 ., .. ', .
: 01! I
: Jaime*,W. Bryant,: i prompt attention, and<, the)necessary form 'ad I in bays, hbr.':sounds, or channels, shall,be 1831.' Said note was fraudulently obtained i&on merit the .patronago .whkh'jflt! bestowed C.-B.sry ft R.D.'C.Lil'nPtJft"has,. Praaklia.w. 4.. "

: ATTORKinr AKD CoUKtELLOR-lT-tAW sent. colored .so tM passing uptha mess I cannot writ or read writing.: upon him ahaU{ bo- without Ward to toil osca.pease. CkMtar JkaaaaB *eawaa4a. Ie' ,. .
4 IrUo ,C. W. BENNETT Att>. coast or sound entering,'the; or: son'trading for said note will do seat th'TrLwn 8AMUE BUiFINGTO ., .. Jaatw C ..I1I..rUknT n. .4a. '

Win attend toProtufon4 business In the Courts .. Washingtoa, D.,C. channel, red Buoys witbjayen: br..lrbr. riak.. lam determined not to:pay H until < 'm. :'JscknYmEF.October $, 1880,." tf X.J.baC.FLUabury J.... aawa, 4* .. -

: : f&Jlt emi of Florida,'and the Fed October 1850.. .. tfTO1SW passed on the starboard; .ba.b peUedby'law SUSAN BARBE, .""'. ''J.. .. CBr4 4. -
I lo1' $ ,
C >c)1ck. r.\ b r .P.O'COllUDbiaoo., Fla... ,f ', taD 8aloa8aaara- "I.
or even numbers on the Buoys with :&, Bounty and'PjffInderslguedhaMng 8. A. Aai. > '
c orthe ,. ** **nwaaaaii as
Dee 19
te -
D frI GOD. .NEW COODSI-Th I red and black olunb.r hand. I ia : 1850. lm' Tol.".. ., !N. L :
". ,' ,ALSO JJ .trlp Buoys t. .. .. ,
i AGEW 'lb ; pnbl:) 0" Aara .Dn..UIe '.
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1 with .
Ua1Jror..th" ehannlway. whiliand ; ,.. ). '
1 that a& -f : 10F Patk.y'sRu,4 .. "
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baa -
generally be : mad : >
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general'Basinet assortment i arrangement. .
stripes. In .ac.u' '
the'State-respecting cneraJ ClrcuitOcurts' I IEASTERW .It. N. CuUe' daKhwaor -
I of.Heady XIado lkprnd 1 w. .. ent. In the l.iLl of .a, w. DehIYW..,....
gxaat*and.'eu 'o lands, and the location I to hit order; and of the best Cotblnlt. maeI' 1\"D"HRT. 'i CIRCtflT.OFFLoaW4r, ; lBIIDt are DoWprepared lake.Powers of n .J.W. IiC.. .. '*. "

: : .riwUiaf& of cutting Cndr be tnrpassed. The stock con: Doy.tt : "Clletr*; I DUTAL 9ovNTh; "..' Claims Attorney for- the;'collection 'of Bounty.. Land a '...':.I.- .....". Pau"1I.. ."..'... ."..

: ":; f > r.", sUts In part of Black Cloth Frock Coati; do office 'Farso- d1 Jct)3ne" I and Pensidnsana'wmii' .IYO' their. strict ,W..Caa..I..I I .
Au AGEJ and D Figured Casslmera and Tweed /, < attention to the tame .- .. --i: '

for.tt:'a&eetloa;;,t Claims pon' th l .Unitoc I Ca fancy figured Carr. Pnts, TRIIGSTR1MING <1," ,. TS.Sjnue Turner I Addressr'I I '. 1TV M.TriaaafU, H.rf Tk : *.Ta.V- r ,TI .
do do Vests r. .1 If 'f' f t
:. for' Military or;other pensions, 'Those ; black IUQ and' Shk. TST RECEID assotmi : ci r '.', '; iMcQUEEN"'McINToSR" ,Qrdr_ rec treit from the ioienor rt1mIsb01namedce1ebedSaplla "
ro In gne
want tb above articles 5 $ k:4.t,1ijt 14AiMAm:.1 : 'f 'J :";
$ : ot -E
; ; t .
tapjJie ld. 111'I
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JrI. aaItO
horaei It
& .;
ll or assured that the Frg. r* jK ** I :3 ,
.oll be a low. Gimp Ribbon and nJ ;
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t. PO.m ar Loop Cord F&nG1Bu' iioc' named 7w7t i' ? ..CHAS..W.'I\VNING.-
; other property t 1eal 1Tn1i4'8ti.t.i. .I establishment In efr; I ah determined The Ladies wiU find this assortment to -;JL persons interested* b all- constantiy.on tandwhavarrantItto for refail.i tk.aHeraipcd. l'
no one shall b th : rtbr required to \ 0 Capitol} TallaAntsetfM. F. '
': Zlabk.Addres. ICl In aicl. of the sam. b I the ofr. Can and examine., .0' ;. appear.and pjaod'to th. declaration filed In September 26,1 *).,- tie i'tri ine. -
: .Iue. W3t. this -i i '
:, ; ja" 'FERNANDEZ t CO-
mWEES. BISBE5
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East Florid & DEWEE. W1I Bri to nV & DORMAN AU-for pt.tI : News ,
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abY. Brick 0 ,- ,1. cien&C1tII'u: ; Ocala
I ptSt 2J8-t I Jftcluonville, Nor. 28, 1850. cl2a copy till forbid. Argus Nov. 14-ly Jacksonville K F


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