The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: January 30, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: WITHE tEptBMCA%.] : PILOT'S The first in, that you let me"go in peaCe ; ---i-T -* .
thesmugglersshould.thry instrumentality these measures were adopted Congress tfVhjral
anil the next is, that trouble none of
HOPE JR. you happen betbere/'j! .ort of tlie minority- the vComsalt- or; to declare that, those of Southern birth Governor bf: this State b I" JJ Wb _
ae-t0J bark' ; lee on'Federal Relations.' 'who sustained them'were giilty of treachery requested and ,
empoweulo ,
Tbe B riner bee 1. tIt .promise,? aid tbeCaptain.rAnd now -
the strand; the if Ho 'SE 01* REPRESESTiTIVES/JlS.14,' i851."M to theirtiative soil.' If the minority --entertained proclaim and convoke nijto(
If sailing toward* was towards night on- twenty-first set about your work.,. But mark me, you! W > <
With earnest gaze look through the dark of September, 1837. A small English war deceive me, by St. George WLehcot you on ThCt- minority ot--the Committee- 'on'Fe
To baQ the wished for land.Kownp brig, which had been fitted ont for the suspension the moment 1 a* *>. .. f A. &- Jf whomwas referred much are-ovovedby, .Jhe majgrjly* ,we shonld_ not SUter nprtwIth* harnuuiious .action "wUh <
hesitate States bf theSoW
recommend a separation a rcvotnfion'open' rthe'jittrpa
of smuggling, was lazily'creepingalong ->The brig was *put before-the. wind* ana 1. : the" 'Governor's .Message-as relate tq of ** ** ,
he swiftly mounts n Ligh, over the heavy, monotonous -swells, Robert Kintock stationed himsejf upon tbe .- itfubject, not cortcurringMn .'all thfciews and manly/andTihvarnishfd by Itf devising iremedy! f'f
Then down again is burlt'd7"- jut off the coast of Calxray, and on her deck starbcarttforemtrdarm; from ivhence his taken by the majority o &ud.Com; any constitulional theories-paper warrantees if further resotcvt, naAeaf 1Si
While angry cloud*oVreast the sky, was being, enacted a scene of somewhat orders were passed along io the ...helmsman.The ItteetJn'tlheir Report beg leave io'prent ; TJiejc w4ould bave been.,compelled,lolook.lp convention' be cafledterrj"1
,he.. of our fathers who in dimiets and onntic 'of ''iKe'
world within sight example < atd Afifl Wentitrfd
And roan the wat'iy more than common interest. The day before boiindingjressel: came : briefly-the gtoundsoftheirdiiseiitto -
resistance" aftd to
she had captnreJ small boat laden of the rugged crags; and the heatt f.every >mejof the arguments and 'doyraas.'af- w'rong' Vnptesslon elect -theretr'RMbff f JM*>
took counsel -of Hearer and iheir5 rates io saiJ
And whe* deicpalr has pnlcd bis check.. with contraband article itself ha* gone ; and who had of them rock which .almost -J j jJ> Ueavenordainedjightsnotpfany conventional Representatives to which-theyTO fc*
When tope man a boy- charge; ; swept past ajrowm'ng 'his document is devoled to
'chartered coricc
Trtamly prove entitled"from
The BttifM fJjt* gleams o'er the deep and the.Captain of the brig,. whose name grazed them atbey.asse,1., _,Onf jlevv the theJttWsMtt/Kwiof i r gfa-of'tceesmnj contra} privileges; entertafn''tiolfitichfTiew 5sons.TfJutlhetotnorhy of- district respectively and'tmntrtola4a thcif"**respective

his heart forlorn. was D icutt. had ordee1that'the old smugglers brign4thckeraii4 wore fearful Jxpuue .,
To cheer disf nsuishedJrom tlve, the its authors.-- Theone. ) -i-S.-- ::: *L?
adjustment ::
or im
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this raised their headson
should be pdt inTrons. To indiginity the rocks, \yhich every \Vl|lie
'we-clieerfullfi be but
main,, qbjectipDabIe1iqii on\eJof
wind thus upon life'*troubled :the old! man maths a, stout resistance, ; i C Z4Port lit iattmd ri kt fas a utitaionm1 rigid ztiloe' the Ci'stithtd.noi 1rritrth

-Wb a storms of sorrow fall; and in the heat of ,the moment.he haJ boar t sJiou1e the;boy t 34EPOrt4 we hold the doctrine -lo ne ibwrd?"vHuz HTd tfie other ltt'6utrage( net'thrirfgh lmpnlseg r mfobuzaii' efsonIabn
the beacon flame himself strike th Captain a it is.:4' i atrj ? of' Wttt4gi whicfr Oeu?
Hore H the star- forgotten as lo : :: r hold hath *JM' _
That rhine serene o'er aU. '' blow\ihich laU him'upon the deck. Such .Stcaiy-rwi] ? tt '- da- taa ti4 J' id *micq p
h uthUth
$[ tiIyIcfli .$ oklyjiId
an insult to an: English'cfficer'was past endurance 4'SteIy.is.' ? t nnio "eeidc
in'itah form
Jer to a more perfect ,; opinions in regard to the adjustment measr
And may that cheering light ? and in punishment Sot his'offence E"Ayay '' stkeensui dem s6trau4uihity -: Lik, DAJd'ikirp,of pfc ri ow* )
shj of the charaicter so frcjlyjleclarc ,,T
.. Stnrsbcd its gentle my ; the smuggler had been condemned io die. ; sboa.rd.-itis.. !'. tTO for the' eommeml'deferice''t: >ronn6te lh'e ajofityv WOTldHegafd'acqniesccnce'Mithein y Gallic! ;* oirJiini't0r.iUehoaster** ke3

A. found ear war. C. fore yard arm: and"all :hands were'cafied tpI -"Steady,Jt'w.'L.r would ieadcrtbemmweren&adapted
fcalo ?
A s> <- ; I nil ic/ly" ibtlhera elvesC arnlelatiohsj't6 theIrpoi4erit). sion ; # -
iackl'onTille' Jan. :M.,1S5L I tfitneW the esftutiorfi-Thrrbpi*waYh6a r. At Ih'is moment the vsseh veptou, past Th.tliatj -Declaration nmtepemhncci asserts, J3quaHysdo j : : we j. dissent from the .commit ft ? to be.ngsicbe ad poedaj$4

ed and slipped'over! the 'Culprit's:-head, aW anr overhanging cliJF 5and j stDas j* >ivitlfiash '-to securc.lhe hlessin*? jpf life 1iberj; tee's- ,reflections upon l&e "State* ofTexas. & '! ej i'sr' '

THE RRIEPLESS R.VRRISTBR.BV the running end was rove.through a- shall of lightning bhuLhroqgh' the: heavens iid be 'pursipt of1 happTnes** 'gbvcfnmcntsnstitutcd \V "tTofiof feel! eallel 'upon to characterize 'th may my heart be nn ilirUbI .ciw4

JDH'CG. SiSE.Av -jiatch block upon the deck. Untilihis, mo- and revealed all tbc,horror*around, atloiu! z.1e: among peiiB"T-auJr .that'ivheii her aslnl/cd- purchased, or fraiL, Nothing Like t'aiiTj sacrej T itJia. !.. -

menl not a \vor.l haJ escei ihe lips of 'the shout was heard from the ycung1 pilot and form.ofi-govt-runielit-becomes. d st rue- -her'-i'ast course orpresent >osition, canjustify The good pa5torJiad some,iuterimal tengfrm.
any j
atterncy was taking a turn, boy. He trembled at the awful preparations in a moment all-eyes; were tnrpeJ towards tire of these ciid ,' it'i 'the rght of- the such imputationp* ; alid they are out cies lo Jau u in jhe sngh ;maoX >ce j J utI S

In ihabby habilaiucuU Jrehl ; and as the fatal noose was parsed and drawn him. He Mood upon an extreme; end of the PEG: JfE to alter, or to "aholibb it, and. tottnFthue of place Tvet'thie'g iffsT" stivcrriStateLnorepaiiienla4 lgvityasceU as-he,, opd

Ilk coat WM ahotkingly -oro, tight, the color forsook his cheeks, and he yard and held .himself by the.JifU In a-moment a new government. Tlus natu'ralj from tlio e Claim-1 I he sal-I. thatlie 1> Ihouzht.tf Klhi C.v he"could 1 jrapr Ic _
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Ad the nut bad iu\catcj bits \est.Hi sprang forward and dropped upon his knees more he was crouched jown like a, tiger j righ i is consistent with the..dignity of man ; log to be the peculiar advocates of that EOT the .? a ,' heow a .JLaL1kOunv1eDssacr

before the incensed Captain. .after his,prey, and then with.one, leap for ie holds it under charter-from/hi ereignty. i' .. eartie .
breach, -S !2renti
*irecclka bad fuCert'J a "Mercy, -sir, Mercy." he reached the projecting rock. of J1bLfle' ,
1 Crc.i Or-nof, fiom any p.ipcr warrant accordance wilhjhesc.views ,the m"nonty -
11U linen and worsted were worse For whom V asked the officer, -while a "Revenge,revenge T was all the doonicd ham in origin. \" f of fhe committee present, in the form

lie had scarce whole crown in hut hit, contemptuous smile rested upon hislips. men heard, and liiey are swept aw")", i tto S. :esion. according to, distinguished( nf a preamble and resotutioils, substitute h'riwu pr ,' 4lI ebJ

And not half a crown in his purse. For that old man you arc about tq killHe /" the boiling surge beyond. state man of South Carolina, originated for the resjItitiorisTahH bill reported by-the psalm. as T.I It V-stands.. _

dies, boy." "Hi cake)sf a, rccff screamed tlie man with the Hartford Convention1 tand we have nwjuritj' the committee and which they 3i.-- -e
he wandered along, *- '* S ** L'"S ** ** i
And tlms as Bui he Ismy father, sir. forward-"Starltaard-quick? .
elf yet 11 sec the evidence tliaVic was ariyjpartof connJenlly believe will constitute a platform CtPlttL.-We bearra gooagreerTpprig one. o _
A eheerlcM and cuiufurtleiu "No matter f he were my father; that But, it was too late f Ere the helm was ih : creed of the old Slafcs" rlghis'party. iinpn uhicli all may (irmly stand, who value lrom theEineiatd:: fslel hdtb4

He cvtight fur relief in a uug, nun that who strikes an English officer half up,, a low, tremulous.grating. of the It is .'aluelens asa peaceful remedy; even time lntegrItyoltho Union and the righU of otherday'entereil-a boot arid KMam
talked to himself.lBfcrtaiatc while iu the of his must keel. felt and the next *
Or omplainingly performance brig's .was distinctly its tri )st sangnine advocate avow, that its tUe Souih.' r' : -'street/to pahase'binse1f'iTzof

that I d.c. instant came a crash which sounded high alter//pled exercise must be followed! 1 by'vrar.w S v v S F. HOPKINS, .* 'rofls 'AftbYhftThbIfstikiij'
'* inan am But he wa i manacleJ-be,was insulted, above time rqarcf.lhe elements, and ihe hea- th these views of..tae'suljectj'uie'minorltl' BOLLLNG BAKER.. traJe/W.lbodt bihbW'tr'Uit ai&reito
I're nerer a climate but grief; sir" uiginl the boy. I niasts went sweeping to leeward, S "
vy away of the Committee might be contenHo mer, the shoemaker hinted that bt.O43I
The ease is,I've no case at all, -Insulted !" icpeatcd the Captain.-'-.Who followed in few moments large masses
-- a by rest ie question ; but il is apprehended that Whereas, the Constitution of this State make him a pair to order.
And in brief, I've ne'er had a brief! iisuited him V of the ill-fated vessel's wreck and \eVa\Ttonnate
; cargo. the e tempt to commit the States to this doctrine declares "tfiatfieqtsent recurrence to fvaja- "An' what good
waited in ruin, Ybit did, sir," replied the l boy> while h's Shriek after shriek went up from those docs not primarily originate a friendly -1 i/eistal'prThcipid is ab-KJtntclij *ier& try to pair. iv thin, r Ws the'rinery.** 3't

"I've waited and face fluked with indignation. j doomed men, but they were in the grasp of ?i rit towards the integrity of the Union.If .*preserve tric bleariagt of li&ertand this ne The price was named tine matTo'enrafreli!?
Expecting an i>i uiug to find, Get sir, and b careful Jo nut get that knows BO .The, Storm but after flbatih dow-thethfl'wga
up, you i a power mercy. fc any cause,-honever<-trivial, a State ceMity becomes more,imperative when doctrine ,
When an himcst young lawyer might gain the same treaUieut,1* saU the Captain iu a King took them all for,hU own 1 bhou 1 hereafter secede, anti the General subversive of these principles! are tnd .' PhelaVtra orh iisttbv-te'

ome reward for the toil vf hu wind. sat a e tone. The next morning a small party uf wreckers Govnmcnt, in compliance with', its constitulio avp eJ and propagated f } and whereas, "a whc the other called ctrtaher bat,*AStgi"Bat

in law, The old man heard this appeal to his son, came down from tIme rocks and moved al obligation, should attempt to maintain large portion of the people of the'nonlave what tixe shall intake the i* t l**|

"Tis not that Tin wautii.g and as ihe last words dropped from the ups alougshpre. It was strewed with fragment-* 1 integrity of-the Union, it is manifest holding Stater, and ih'sir'oJ5cial'reltresenu-' &kh I'? cried-hetprptIitiiiiI

..., 1>r lack intelligent faire, of his captor, he raided h.s head, and while of the,wreck, and here and.there was scattered thai II the States, committed to secession { lives, have allowed .their.repuguauce to
That other havc vas es to |ilea
"VVhOcILave to ileadforaca- : his features, he evcUimed of the,hrig't; crew. Among that party was make common cause with her.' If a State tthlof dogaias and tbe attempted usurpa- ,j S 3

"Afrk no lavons, Ilohert. Old Karl Kin- F.obt.rtXintocK, and eagerly did he search can oiihtitutloually secede, the General t () f powers subversive of 'every funJa- lR3.P&TliGTQN &i LtUDor, l

:. ."O,bow can a muIestoirng man tock can die as well now as at any time; among the gha.4ly corpse's as though there Gore nmeiit may not constitutionally re- Mci l principle of. the Constitution and a the last war' with Eogland, e
K'er hope for the nialIcst iirogrcteion- their worst.1 he would have found. At length aroun& the moomutgbtyh.in'st .
-t let them do were one straii her or there is a direct conflict in free government, and iasult'iigtothe South? were seen
The profemuon'e already w full Then turning to Captain Dracutt, he chan lie stepped and stooped over one, upon the that i istrument. Upon the assumption that ern section of this confederacy as well as rs perambulattdthe carththe deskbf

Of lawyer to fall ef Irufcsun; f ged his tone tu one of deep supplication, shoulders of which were two gold epaulets. the d ctrlne is right, had Massachusetts car-4 to the'people of ibis State : Be it. therefore the sun was i cOv eil with bcks! &bTink

and said- -. 'Twas the Captain of ihe brig-the murderer neil qut her threats of secession, on accouul declared and resolved by the Senate'andhouse and comics swept the hodoawitt W

While thn he was ftrulliug 11O around, { -'Do what yno. please with me, sir; but do of his falher! The boy placed his fool of lh< annexation of Texas, and the General of Representatives of the Male' of eratie tails. ''Every bodf said tharit'da

His eyes accidentally f. not harm my boy, for he has done no w rong.JI upon the prostrate l body, and whde a strange Govejnmcut had resisted, it would have Florida iu General Assembly convened gateJ war,*and sure enouhitdid cocat. P1
*ery deep hole iu the gruiiud.Aadbe for and the sooner beamed from his and a shudder costiveness felt throtrghdoltbe laiiib 4
I am ready your sentence light eyes, been the manifest duty of the Southern _
righed to Liiu-elf, "It i*well P* yon finish the better." passed over hu countenance, he muttered : Suite to have rallied to her aid. |' 1st. That the States of this Union are the bravery of General' Jacitoaj?ebrpiated

0, Lay hold of the whip1 ehouted the Ca|>- "Falher, you are fearfully revenged !** St4e: Governments are so organized, that separate, independent, and distinct sorereigntien the Anierican citizens,'and-krcig1oiaeet _
emotions he sat conceded to the
To earb Hi having
lain. -Lay hold eve-iy man of you, and The boy spoke truly. Fearful in its conception a State cannot constitutionally secede, becan. soon became a by-word.-. il'
Oa the carb'Stune the SJKIW >f a niinutc; had Government the evercise of only,so much of -
the villain and fearful in its consummation ie r t.i
eland up to run up. the terms of their constitutions, -- --.S
Then erksl, "here's au oponiug ut Iwt P* : by that sover&gntyas, was necessary for the :TUB %yooP-snED.-yrdeaL4iai;
this order the I been thatPILOT'S REVENGE. '
In obedience to men ranged and the Constitution of the United States, -
And in Ie than giffy was iu it' the deck and each common protection and mutual welfare,and i< said a dandy, falling upon Lu.'knees'lioshiia4orable."f
themselves along one all their *
certali duties are imposed upon those -t '*-* #* ** <
the Robert Kinlock looked Lire on (turning of a Card. the'powers of that, government are nave long wisnea Jprlniopportunity a
laid hold ale to disicharge.
rope. functionaries, they sworn *
wvlre eiUxcns in
'eit momin-1 camr,
whickase .specifically-enumerated but
hardly" peak
only ,
first at bis father, anil tbeu bc ran h'u cjcs tbecoruuer bade them attend, ; them *
lTwas ) the Constitution or necessary lo carry tear will reject me j'but I'1iv -
along the line of men who were to be Ins an anecdote of early times in Vet Tennessee been ic'teii bcmttus' you
T the end that it might be determined questioned, government ; into eflect. will ydii be myie/Yoifj
executioners. But not one sympathising which we will attempt to repent even destructive of the ends of iti ittolilution.j
How the man had determined his cud! look could he trace. Their faces were all' at the risk of loosing the graphic Simplicity The majority of the Committee, however, I 2J. That therefore the right set up to interfere me everything, dsiibleeyn'm

1 hear." hart! and coll', and they all appeared anxious of his conversational narrative. seem to labor under a strange confusion of in any manner with the domestic and heart could-your smiles would s d'-
"The was a lawyer. aauk"Yb j
man I to consummate their murderous work. Some eighteen or twenty years since a ideas about -Jouble and ihe' municipal concerns, interests and institutions Here the fellow came ti>

Quoth the foreman, who sat on tin corse, I "What !"' exclaimed the boy, while a tear well-known resident of Tipton county was doctrine of a"allegiance government, through,the Stale uf the Slates, not conflicting with the smiles would sF&d"a again came to*!itn
"A t Alas!P'said another, for he could notthinkofawoidiuibhtotie
-. lawyer I started fioai his trembling lid, "is there not put on his! trial, charged with the murder of Government,"' lo the "agent," and the right Constitution circumscribe and restrain
LlnAJs ii
"He loubtedly died of remorse. one who can }' ?"' his wife. As usual in such cases,. popular of withdrawing thai agcncy-.aswell as the' them-to prejudice any citizen or any com applied. >e **:

i'Up with him !1"' touted the Captain. feeling was largely against him, and ail the which would result to the munity1-on account of them-or* to create S "Never nnd tbe.wls&ei1UeclaiAd
A third said "He knew the dceaseii consequences
Robert burie 1 his face in his hands, and eloquence and ingenuity of his counsel were State Government in favor of secession, rattier any distinction of right or privilege "in a Amelia's younger brother,.who- bad taCpped
An well rented in the laws, '
attorney into the room unperceived at lhis"hutgu atxaea;
his father make in his favor i iutcrest, property on account *
the next tno.ucut was swinging required to an impression than of Revolution. All of this we common
And as to the eaiwe of his death,- He heard the which however it 1 thereof is a flagrant usurpation, to be rep21ed ou with your courting.1! _-
at the )arJ arm. passing rope upon a jury, impartial conceive be a bconceptlou of the genius .
Twi no doubt from the want of a cause. and the cracking block and he knew that might desire to be In. the consciousness of of our federative, system, which we 1 by all means which God and nature 5- -- ; 2

The decided at length he was Fat'ierlc**! sworn July, could not but see the waves of have been taught to believe is the most hare placed in our hands. Sxxsmui.x.-"I'risoner," stand ,up t Ms
j ry hour afterwards the boy knelt in it. I all interests the j ou guilty or not guilty f. ** ,- t "B*"
Half prejudice surging
After solemnly weighing the matter, an popular upon stupendous fabric of government the mind 3d.. That as to common ,
I That the lawyer was drown-r because by the side of a ghastly coipst, and a simple The case was ably argued. Toe counsel of man ,has ever conceived. The respective Federal GoVernmenti; as the joint cohsliluftlonal S uJb'aub,do you'emit think' when I'd be doing the vpr)(

'I prayer caped his Tips. Then another for the defence made most vigorous and impassioned all the pbwer-s and m'gent of all the States and people, is of the jury for they're paidJpfI **
He could not keep hit head above water! governments possess t Let'crn1Iuout.'!
I low murmuring ouud came up from his appeal The'case was submitted attributes of sovereignty necessary lo their bound by every solemn .consideration :of 4S

bosom; but noneo ibo c wbosioouarouna to the jury ; and! they retired to make up well being, and each revolve in its respeslive' justice and duty, to exercise its powers impartially TUB S following is a literal copy- era letter

A Capital Joke. knew its import. It was a pledge of their verdict. Time passed, nas the pett'ng orbit, in bcauliful harmony, and with for the benefit of all. sent la amedicalg ntleman: yrff4'.a':

A young itinerant preacher, in the conrtant'habit ( deep revenge! sun warnel all of .approaching perfect prJer, inspiring the wonder aiid aJmlratio'ii 4tb. That'1 the -people'of"the territories ,S' Cer.. Yble oblige the if yole kuni liijEi

of declaiming a great deal about | Ju t a* live old m-an'ti body slid from the night, the large: :tttrong in Attendance, the of ihe moat profound &tatesjnen of when organizing independent government mel- huvea Bad Cowld.'am Hilfin my Bow

the Creation, and especially about the first gangway into theater, a vivid flash of judge, counsel, etc., retired, all anxious, the the orld.. Can it be poswhlc that this governmenV -- for theawdres! ,' havt Jhe inherent anti cpnstitulionaUjighC ll.ls! and have lost my Happy T ht5***"

.petting: up of man, whenever he wished to lightning>tieatneJlUiough the heavens, and accused not the least eo,,to learn the yerdiclof which the sajjes-and feUtesmeu,,ol to reguIaUMheir domestic

display bis native eloquence to good advantage in another nvnute the dread artillery of nu- the jury, andjspme wondering" tluvt the Revolution thpugnt, they. were erecting and municipal' ou ns as they think' prop, 55'I As honest S farmer'thui writeJs S to 5 the chti'rmai'of -

\ra one Oay holding forth to a mixed tare sent forth a roar eo long and loud that jury hesitated for one moment,to bring ;iii aycrdclofguilty..Jn "a 'io/wZ 7ounJatioaih.eh could not 'er f and any' federal'interference,' by'act of ait English agricultural society: '**

congrtgration in a country school-house. the men actually j.laccd their hands to their ; tlie mean time the upon be shaken by internal commotions, or external Congress or otherwise, to .restrain, or.con- '' Gentlemen, please T>ut me down"on'ybttf

Becoming warm and enthusiastic as be proceeded ears to t-liut out its deafening aliswer. >Ro- jury had couie,lqapoiut( beyond which they force-capab! Qfjenderlng iu people trot the free exercise of,thisj right,' is a violation lift of cattfe7 for a bul1--' S ?**

it was not long before he reached hen Kintock started at the- sou nJ, and what cbuJd'progresCnb'furlber.! The appeals of at home, and respected of the Coustilulio/i, and an odious -,- S r '-_:._ i l &ft.1 V

his favorite theme, and started off iu eoine- bad caused dread in another' bosom bent t a ibe"counsel'',,ofithei 'defence had not been happy abthaidtsllould'aftd and prosperous more7'1h'anixtyyear' usurpation, in 'principle the same as that LAST CisEorMoDESTT.-A-young lady

thing like the following style.: thrill of satisfaction to hid own. wiibouLtheir Jnfluciice, and the jury frtooJuncliaugeably "-'of successfur expeimrult'be burst which'"assumed'to' bind the colonies ra all: teee'ntl jnrsf used 1o go into a rifle mamfaeiniy -

"And when the world was created, and 'Oh Reccnge,'tievsAgef he muttered to V.x.for .onviqiouandszxfor bubble which J>e destroyed "cases'whatsoever,?:anil justified the war ot } because some of.the g*ns hadb.th*
be may
the beasts of the field, and.tbe fowl of tte himself, as be casl his eyes orer the, foam : ac uittaU-'Som lhinghad toTe (done. :. In to touch a mere. rent.asunderf, at,,any moment, -tbeevoluUOfl. S'j _: -:t es o.ur.i. -cc a=j-t i-idT9afiMal

air, and pronounced very good, GoJ said.- crested waverf, which bad-already riocji beneath those days tuel e good Jelfowsjcould not be by'a withdraw- of one of the b ites 5th. That next tntbe, ,fulfilment of ,all nit.wickedtotoVis chlekea roost-
Let u make man. And he formed man ibe powers of the fcuJJen Morm. got tpgeyijr f or a,night, 'and sleep.. Cards i of by this'cnfedeitc /when any she-may choose constitutional obligations?It isthe 'first and Jinr' ': "' Srt -"s "-tvaj, CVi

after his own likeness, and declared him ? The darkness batl..comeasqtiickIy as did 8lilrred'nfyt riously from 'the JeplhjOf her honer,' br essential hi"hcst political duty"of every citi/en, State -- '
the noblest of:all the works of his hands. the *taro>, and all that could be fetmguLsbed sundry largcpockeU exercises seven to den it nece8sarr'' to' guI-this were *or sectioned demand and enforce their'eijnal| Dafs gfeat moral'questioiif/GumW* ]
well being/1' haint time to it now'-aad
And be made woman also, and i fashioned from the deck of the brig, save the breaking up an!poktr Averazealously commenced.Aboutjrmdnighl so-wltat Jor:het Jaithcaul> ,be; placed, upon} !ts Jli cliar2e'sbyTotherlhat intuo tuberrwaycanjthiS' we il wu'iadtfet'puileV'no L argue_ > f 'CJ 4Ri '

her in the exact image of man, with a little sea was a fearful, craggy shore, as flash after .one of their number, Col. ns lluteven'if tk
variation" _, f <- flash of lightniugcilluminated the; himTens. P.;"proposed that fhcyj should play a game doctrine,4 treateso; thaf the1 GfoeraICoTemin i-f enikof jt sreatt99Landthe WefwgJ ?{ imiiL ono.conmu&imso

"TJtant .tie Lord; for tht coriifi'on1shouted ,. '? tf f,,; of seven up, the result to'jdeciue the"verdict. of ahe States Gavtrmneai;is i civil WHy be preserved to' ourselye3kndVoWrltjf ihatoL ma4ttitTrDhearv.ithqqtany
thtf agreu
an oil sinner, who tat over ia .the Light ho lH.ehouted a man JorwarJ and :The: jpropptsitioii. yas. heartily .audj unanimously only validVwberei fl-renl consiatency qf theargament add lhat'itr&parikularty; incumbent iatestoa.1o Lettayraii4Aa

amen.corner of,.lhe room, at this interesting the next moment .lleyes were Directed" agreed lo, ii all'seriousness, and the that olih fwhea npoa'the slave.hdIdiDgrStateaasftiniaority !! kCCflC x

juncture the discourse.; a bright light which had 6uJJeaIyflas;$ >liedipaoionglbc wholetnrowd toIlected'Srountf Col. F.attdhis anyone it > be kXCe8S1y $eaio ioins'st !upon hCmed.of
The effect was perfectly ludicrous and distant rocks.-t. ,t? f, j upponentscbd protee ej 1j piay.ftjj rgarieIfi.j her horio'rorW4ntiato the 'he? etng," eTer eans'tipiuoial Obtgitu 'bjS Itbo SMl AChildfen'afef.- .

irresistible. The preacher dropped the sub The wind had now reached its height, and huuiaa 51ife.Cql. 6bhgationr; Jteredltn !;- alt means' iMheit MW*?, e* 36tb tohIes.fortnstantMWbafdoecteace niei
j. fthe" .-Tf J *
ject. with its it et the.illIamcJ brig P. to the repudiate JljatYne only powef given fit the meaoumi \J 4- -
giant power played save accused. llisvoppp 1 te ecetlacha ,: .. _,
.- : fA f--- directly upon the suif bound thore ii,rocks nent played, and quite a zealously, to secure that agent ) & bli. Constitution !theliistitutrpn6f ; lavery*, ''- S- the Jw'6od Whea lie cleaves it** .5 4

wtxE counsellor the middle -ofan and reefs? and, everyface save one, was themcon>ictiqn. rTheJ>acker3 Jive,and e KatibnsincuredbytheGeheralGovwm.ntjmade.'as' is a power,lo",protect and not to prohibit or uHem.well it means to seperate.- ****WeU t

.affecting appeal in a cowl in a slander blanched with fear, five, flood behind them ericouracinz thecbni nerand'dary ctrnsiliutiunas restrain U&anJ uat mis power.ana, oDLgatioo Pa does a man separate Iron nu wue wneo

euh, let o& the.following flight of genius: lit vain did they try to Iathe.Lrgtothe iona andwatchmjf thergamie, 1 dimly madeuflscoiiCelC.l anthorzed! by agentj! Iib epu. tq secure the renditioji of fngiuves/rpm *,BiteaTMtober? V UT *# ID

"Slander, gentlemen, like a boa constrictor wind but not a sail.would uold ,for an! tin- seen ty tlie light of two tallow candles, with ttULsueJbe held guiUlesa byjha na- servitude musf'be enforced' and discharged; -'qlem'heth,4dm'V ak&maitrf oi

of gigantic size, immeasurable proportions slant until at length the men managed to get the most intent:iiutcrest.. ., :w ? dblcs of the world: aiy mure lUau ,,by the aud tht"tifeir'dtni l by the repeal oremas- questions, chiJv! tfl a
; wraps coil after coil of its an wield- up a lure storm rtaytsail, aud the brig ,stood ,,;The game lfPFeededtlvEryqual.Ior- lions civil ,, and, ''common sense"? c'nlatibnDfctbe'ifugitiTe slave J lavr'enacted :,1':. 'i- -
of lav
ly-body .about iu unfortunate victim, and for a short time brarely up a aJiTst the,hea. tune, till both parties stood at six'and'sixTIt principles bert for these purposes, will be tantamounLtQa "You had better ask foraaersiba* t

;.heedless of the shrieks of agony'tbat come vingeea. ; But it was.evident'that' even was Cot P.6tumJtodeal;} tie dealt and \Vilt uot arijwar of upon the committee in their solemn public affirmation by the non-slave- money," said finely-dressed gentleman toT '
iron the inmost depths of its victim's soul The majority that they are,unwilling longer 4.beghar boy who had asked t Eon.fdfH &1IL ,
should she succeed keeping the, wiud he TURNED JACK! The prisoner wan acquitted, the ,rights and holding State* 7
load anl reverberating as the mighty :thunder mast evidently be driven vshore, for.the po>ver end every-man of the jury joined in a shoutwhicLrfitartled.Ui& report declare reserved"that among ami cajiable of'ibeiog.exercised tdhargte duties and-fulfil the objiga- asked lot--,what I..thought?yott b&it1b.
that rolls in the heavens it breaks powers thus upjpn those States aud people! most of,? wa> boy'wepiy
anally of the i&et ting j waves was greater 'than :.wholes village; eveft the b the'n ht for each tions! imposed
States '
the 4
hs Beck the iron wheel of ** by theTedera! Constitntcin.1lS. : -- t. 4z *iI *4*
unlucky upon that.ofthewind.. ,* rerelers in 'lhe grocery.'f Next morning,the arbiter by 5- n
-v BO common .
there being jTsGaATtSVL1A manBwho aa es
'public opinion, forcing'him first tor desperation VBoy do you knovr.uliatjight that is V- jury,went ijUo.cojttrtj and gaye, to the astoai6hmentoj -I Slate to judge, ovefeignUes) whether the 7UurbatirJs' mahifestMaty of the cued Tron'dNw inganigbt oitwoshicc'ii Ii

then madness, and finally crushing asked.the Captain, as he stood?holding JM manythe''vcrdic of "not guilty.", between, s thU'compact havjer brokerilt, people uf thefrnon-slavehpldiflar Stales seein" abused the, man who .rescued"
him ia the hideous jaws 'moral death.; to the main rigging to keep his feet. .. 1hejuryn4b playfd unsuccessful |olber parties to tfier sueb vblatioo! by'the that they are .ttudet no,legaTor moral Bodton, he didnotavehis hst. 'S
Will the counsel for the plaintiff oblige me sir ". -i> / d'i&dideQh for the existence, of."domestic because *? fsg
Vcs; ; xreplied.,Robert, 3,11"jb,Bullymore's gane or human re, ti1l live res. the rest of ithe Slates responsibility
with his toba o-boz 7 crac-:" 7 -.T I pcct d chizen this district One' of the oilier parties absolves of. Ihe said compact." servitude ia Jlhis/secSon, 'and can' peithei -(hnfi half of tSFrTrtoe*kMbrti&fiSrb
obligations. with
U 3 I-L -- ,: : coun8el'isuerdisUnguislimember oftbeMuniba from he a"fallacy, andj rightfully constUuiioSatly;interfere only cowafdice..." VTf wpuU alfrioUt* fecormnaridirieiiUir

Go irBoom-A-Mre. Boots,of PennsjlTaniartelefthcr'husbaJid ll-wurks the entrauce to a jUlle harbor, aod the accused,Jias, aswe This, we conceive .to"Jberesy.!'. There "Ts a the same 'to'aikourage all agftatiqii having 'itSfras'hbt' for3 the'penal-
Mr. Boolean J &ir, uhichlies'in back pfju* t* believe! ,,gone to a, bigber ,courtJ, slUt dangerous eomnjonarbjlcf appqiuted that deslg iiTaild bni6f Cougrea'seeingI lies attached tq them It is nol therefote

strayed 4o."pans, unknown.'e, presume i'Aud can it be entered by a yessei'of tliisize1 neither pf;, them rioFany of assemUla'ge,' common arbiter jP-a tbeateel esw etjSu- ;can prwdcUifSjOfnotluhg but eviL and Jhe'Ioviof the'L d'bnt HMMfcitiIliMDcnl !

that the pair of''Roots are rights and Jeffs."We ? asked the Captaia ,while a 'gleam, of nor the court,*'wbor mafvele'd at the -verdict, by Alhe<. overeigaties and
cannot say however, that Mrs Boots } hope ihot across his face"* eighteen years ago,'have ever'-known'-thata preme Judiciary- the aulhofitypf heConstiWrtlphfafid lmppiiy ubsistedJietweeaibe i .4.uo*>i 1 f-t fdu 0
to deny : right ,
rghtbutthereiinouiIstakethat Mr.BooU "O, yessr a largo bip ca$ enter.lhereJ." human life was saved by. turning Jack! authority lore6nt n\TTfc>miie'absurdroposrfronHhat sections .andiliis the-maaife* ofDnied.States'whifeuiarBnu6tt8Jy ,.'- -* ---5-I-'\ t L-- S 4
"And dujou knifvy thejia 1 curious in the bound 3hei&uaWandgeuteseutatiVes -THE5 AlbanyXkLerbocLr &ls cu a
age The arc some episodes history overnttei arfnot l,
: ,. % ; iwearI
J. wtba\k
of the
,- L *i\cs,64rI J hav pjci4uiy wnolelij oa of-lour Dearly seUlemeftlrfy Jbutiwbo woullupoutarfting 6vnoa"' < i t an thConzress
Wbrl late ? i.hes9ru4 I know iver turn ia iif JACX by their in5istinttpolt ppoiat k
*atheologictudent a mcr- jt think.cf venturing rncifityiaiLs7o be IeUibBtl1 ,
chant! Becaus the the Thet f the Iheif constitutionar righlJ.'tot'gtye aid hihinCbUThecit
*they both'; tiidy profit, 1, fr thifrortion i>
> -1 > t ivtie r in4 1 hajicallytodisseM aU' efforUto .
(Prophets.) : -x r, ; !4'4 ,.t'I Fpirr.answ.ci -. ort;*-which' declares'the'late and contcnanee to ura aralpatnotics -
x *.x. iWhy V1111 "l'ooa 1n'itiveslav Bill," said MrfctPar* 'sTci aqonmponthebasis
Vt. astralige *hare becrt a"lametil-$ Wff- 'tCkd'' hErM
is a {>almtree like a chronologer 1- .morning 1tmnhti } *
IJ1It lu4 Jrumjiis eyes., .! t'mgton.aa erryefl raii jvetVlhe thelederalcompact. -
Because Ufurni lie* latev.i' | > ; '4J4 papersVn3 her quivering fipr betrayed 3he ithIe A'.spirit tft'ina.ti. ta 8t1a-trhati.honl&! :] suthblibrts prove i fruit .he See here; .

a.: **t\vti i' *---J that witch--tr .makes t r everivyI "Pr CaptaLn..r t vtp) 4 Agitation of'her min< *5toorfngrtive"BlaTUiUt4lM nant ndbbdur&.1i st-ilhtf to tbeoUtb lessj.n4 the/agiuve Jave,UJ>e.repealed, 5' r4
i'v'f O&l tvu cortJitsons. >pe 1oiyosltlcwont' eatc4ildmltihqwo4tU9 thataCteI1ZC jor any clcar.agressup&upcnt the onslituiftSit ? -- ---
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FLORIDA' REPUBLICAN. THE LEGIS .. 'll1ai: ;.-This body' adjourned fT-' :8ea* Ia'the'V., S. Senate.: f l ;;uiiit3ji.; tl.F.T nr- ., ,. L.B O I 9 Li AT- I V E *. 8th. That we bold the :American Union,

'" = .... last The,)following debateensued' oIpon-the' SI' .- .. ';, ..,_ ,- : secondary in importance only the rights
tine t
'- die on Friday! after a;" omewh t prolonged .
t i b{Mr. Mal! and it
.J.a.Ca.aOllVILLB ThefollowingletterriU; n JiO\SEbFREPRES T\.ES. principles was
session.! Nothing of particular note preflatisaonthe13thIns. *., by Senatoriale desigf t ate
: that associations
: lory, our' new was published in "January 18.:-The:bill aal resolutions re- past Iruitn,
occurring:duriag tbe last,daysof the session of,N!:;II;, of a,' petition to repeal I'the Senato" bind us i &
Th77ZVAY V JANUARY 30, 1831.: June last. is i in reply: to one)received by poiied: by !he Committee 'on. Federal Relations future wi 1 long
we cut short our usual summary; : at proceed ugitive Slave! Law.; As itis biief, we I a it continues b the safeguard of those
t) -.- ---. _ him from Col.! B. M. Pearson, a delegate were taken up. and
------------ rights
ing:,. trust our readers will'nor fail to give it a principles.
..: ,.'*if Tallahaaace, li from East Florida to the Nashville Conyention. Mr. \VardIaw moved to amend the report 9th. That if the thirteen original ,
Gen 1. A. Thompson was "on the 21st p>erueal-inasmuch as the principal "spokes ar

.!tl! daly tke fUpntrrfrikti trwOBwrtxttl; 'te'aet fftwf tlty*. *atsdvlclnlty.Mp n Agent for. inst., elected Associate JuJstice of the Supreme man" in the affair was none other than Mr. Perhaps its, Ieroo by readers" by'striking out all alter the third section to naro.\the contrct, "brdernF:1b."At't.::, .
will enable them somewhat
an the effect that
i resolutions '
'; -- Court after forty-five balloting-! Tbt David Levy Tvlte, the gentleman who hasso to and inserting to were in-'embryo, their'peculiar tendencies

::7f:;, :b:The editor! .ej the- ,KefvSficnn intend. Court which will it is said, meet on Monday recently obtained leave from our Legis- opinion of the man as well a of, the views I he Compromise measures recently passed scarcely dveloVel. their revolutionary trial*

,;jt in!..tob*_.absent, for a few weeks, has entrustedthe .. next is composee as follows, lion. Waller ature-to! retire to the "shades of private enoymenf be entertains : 1iy Congress violate the spirit of the Federal and Union tri Iml'o mJh8..ti green .in CompromiseMhethirtyone memory, found
KEY ,June 8, 1850. Constitution sectional in their cl.aracer :
,r:., charge of the paper during that Anderson, Chief, Justice, Hon. A. G. Lem- on and after the! 4th of March, WET -' 'are of this day'may,Wtj y i ifl l&
1 My Dear Sir: Vonr kind letter of the 4th &c &c. That the State i Florida is aJ
fL time i to F.'C.; BARRETT, Esq. Communications' men, and Hon. L.A! Thompson, ,Associate next. + ult. informed me of ,the action of tbe Con what, in the conflict and
unite with her sister States of the that Union which has
ready to to extended
"can be addressed as formerly to the Justices. The name of Senator Morton is very vention at tala, and my appointment I preserve .
a the of
' ..t, editor otto Mr B. The bill incorporating the Bauk: of Tallahassee properly found among the list of yeas in the your alternate, to the Nashville Convention. South in such action a may be deemed ne- vast sway wilderness Republican, to another Government,ocean, and over a '

;;f 'Jan.'16,151. having passeJ tolh Houses: is: sew a record of the vote below. Unlike Senators I duly appreciate, and a gratified for, this i essary for tbe preservation of their common portionally: advanced their civilization. pro and \'
evidence of the confidence of my felow. rights and the protection of their common national .
.:'i' "- T ifulee and.Seward, he _is a. staunch opponent greatness.10th.
citizens of East and South Florida
!: law.The honor. That in this:
:'J : An''AJ.oLoctY.--C'wln to the non arrival of aufieSent following appointments of the GOT- of all "higher law". doctrines.Mr. attachment to the South ; an attachment to rida has sp.rit tha State oF

)J; supply of paper to meet our wants, but a ernor, for this county, have been confirmed Hale presented a petition from Montgomery which all others, the most holy and cber- The 6th resolution declares that the time maturely series the aou
embracing a of
'i i $maO portion, of our subscribers received lastweek' county, Pennsylvania, praying immediate shed, subservient.The has arrived when the South is called on t CongrN mr
' Senate.AuctitnfrJX.. B. Gibbs, Beuj. repeal of tbe Fugitive Slave Law. He said that, a of California .tbe Un.
I *RtruUican at the usual time. We trust selection of and Gen. Her. take firm and united stand for her own
alter a
the of others youml ion the
example he would commenton organization of Territorial
Wilson Thos. V..iones J. H. Jr.
McRory, govern
,* that or friends will deem this "reuonable the He nandez is here, and it,
< a ex- petition. pronounced the Fugitive approved rotection-owing to tbe of laws for Utah and New Mexico the
:k :} ...."-en... premising them that we will not Benj. Frisbee, Charles Dewaal, Matthew Mare=: Law a reproach to the age of civilization, to me personally highly gratifying, confi- passage the rpents lishment of a boundary between, ib
and a perfect parody OH the Constitution. I that if united counsels by Congress]discriminating against pro t'e' I\tr
;f.il: ab.d&ipiL.i cavgM I* the sam predicament-if tctTli Knight, and Thomas Bowden.MISOtTalDuEu Mr.Foote called dent as am your and the State of Texas, the
to ordor. It was not in order could nei- of the Southern States when. carried suppression
::t=t bus to speak of the legislation of Congress. guide or govern coming event, slave trade in the District of Colombia
,tl or Ma. B&NTON.-It: Mr. Rut said speeches were allowed ther the honor nor the interests of the South into the District of Columbia for sale-the the extradition oi and
pe- fugitive'slaver .
.: 4 Steamer HgnlfTi .. affords'us gratification to be able to make ttoD nothing, could b done b the morning 0. could ever be empromil. But I must unprecedented admission of Califonra, and with them) the rejection,of and '(connected
l' tell look
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rJ" !: nscnjfieent steamer Waring tnr above the announcement of the defeat of homos The Chair decided that' the Senator from- New rankly you bope-If the refusal of Congress t provide for the tions to exclude slavery from the prp.
: .sat, appeanoi at the dock of this place on Hampshire order. fully, to the efficacy of the ConTntin. territories 'and to abolish! it in the
H. Benton, who was the candidate of his W&l however its action shall protection of property in slaves carried i into District of
: !: Wsdmaday of last wrtfc-loving taken the place Mr. .'ok if lbs Chair that the anyconsiderable Columbia and does
.f: .ftW Gtfsfonin party for a re-election to the U. S. Senate. Senator was out of .dele extent the discordant opinionsat be territories of New Mexico and Utah. ; \\hila b DO!wholly
mail line
tlnregclar between orer. will
The chair replied negative.Mr. the South if it shall induce union of sen- approve, ab by i a.a permanent
. tl! tie JIII'I&he St. Jobn'aaMavsnnah. We Forty ballotings were had-the final one Pot said the Senator thea. at liberty iment ,one or measures The 7th resolution says that' the repeated justment of Hla eeiHroveBj.llth. a.
.::; .*a W express our admiration of the constrnofl standing Geyer (Whig) 80; Benton 35 to thtl.gaU Congress .long -the upon admission of prominent, her failure of the U. S. authorities to execute That Flora in the

.,:{: .* and general arrangement of the Magnolia.Sto .- Scattering 24. h. 1..4(aid hswou1dnotohalf as fares, .resent boundaries-our rights in wit I the law for the recovery of (fugitive slaves judgment of.this General Assmbly, a

l Weeded our expectations by far. Admtra- Mr.Geyer, the successful candidate, ranks the Senator from Mississippi did at last session torear the recovery of fugitive sya! amountsTvirtnally to its repeal I, and calls on resIt (even as a la retort)
;:cJ: W, amcged *i she is for promting the comfort upon the legislation of Cnere. regard to the Southern i the South for action. disruption every tie binds her to ,
the ablest lawyers in the West- b .bal Sttes prompt A Southern
among :
. *.Movcsienoe rf passengers, we trust the will public printer. He reply to body, define the bounds of politicalforbearance he Union, any act of Congress abolishing
, twelve. that encouragement from the travelling but owing to the Whig party being in the some remarks of Mr. Clay, when he .again these tir will I Congress is recommended-and the Govern- slavery in tbe District of Columbia, without

c.a...,: ..... mat ner owners ncnrv mem abtl jnstlj minority in his State, be has been but littlein called of order.to order and the Chair sustained t pfflni v hue accomplished upon a work'8utiolit yitl importance. i autborize. to order an election for the consent and plition' the-slave own

. ;1 i..m..th public life. President Fillmore tenderedhim Mr. Whitcomb moved 1 lay the petition A Upon all these as upon I )elegates to Cong the 1st Monday hereof or any abl hing alanf in
.. the table. queon' within the
the of of equally important is in October places slaveholding par-
.11 the
appointment Secretary Interior The other Nor Delegates to
and I
; 'Naw.Yoa&' E1IAToa.--I& PCt'msllot yeas nays were taken-before the vote determined and Her local chased by tbe Unites States, for the erection
unlikely on forming his cabinet, which was &announced, Mr. Foote called the attention unite. I number six, and elected by general ticket. of forts, magazines, arsenals
.;. .. Che the Sewardites and Van Bnrcn men in the of the Chair to the fact that several Senators her public print Legislative instructions b dock'yards,
'..-:,.t. New York Legislature may unite on a candidate declined. We shall be much mistaken if he w.r present who bad not voted. do not permit a doubt of it. A prom. !' The action of the Southern Congress is tobe navy yard, and other like pf; or any

, .:if fer U. 3. Senator. In ease such a result is bro't does not rank among the ablest members of Mr. Yuloe said he had no voted, and had a inent politician here and there stands forth i > considered of no binding ell ct upon tbe act ,suppressing the betweenslavebol

, ; boat .would la a humble way take the liberty I the Senate. reason. Fot.rorot dog 1.1r. on the bill being engrossed. in bold relief to tbe universal feeling of his people of Florida until a Convention of the ling Sttes or any refusal t admitas .,

;"': rr t .Mfxesting to them the name of Fred Douglass Mr. Benton must, we think, now be satisfied mice, after much confusion, Ice, obtained people; but his feeble light, like the tower II people of tbe State shall held to take the because a State of any the territory exstence hereafter slavery applying therein,
.eZ t leave to state as hU reason for not voting that upon our own fearful coast, serves but to b ;
? te&Midat. for the Senatorial honors. It that his dictatorial and blustering
ap- bullying into consideration. act prohibiting the introduction
there were resolutions pending before the leaia- disclose the extent and character of the peril same or any of
"'k pslzetouatbatbewonldbethernostfltrepresen. course for a number of years in the tu of Florida, instructing their Senators- and gloom which threaten us. One by one Said Convention is to be composed of delegates slaves into the territories of Utah and New
r tatIvsbfIboIr. Hack list could be vote on relating to the
principle started
any fugitive
. Senate of tbe United States was not in accordance .. question advocates will disappear, the Mexico, or any act repealing or matrrialfrmodifying
: t law. thes generous equal to representation of each
.:1 -and then too In ease of his election the Senators .t. the laws
now in force for the .
Foote still insisted and in less than there will bebunu recovery
the not
on ten .
; t with the wishes of the people of bi years in the
Senate and
: from,that' State would most certainly harmonize Mr. Yulee asked to be voting. North of Virginia a leading politicianbold county Assembly. of fugitive slaves *

4f ia their views of national policy. Seward we imagine his State. Mr. Alangum asked. ecus) and nays on ex enough to break a lance in the South Mr Baker then offered the resolutions Be it ftii flier TtQel, That should the I
, couldn't be better pleased than to have his that for the future he cuing Mr.Yulee.Mr. said convention be the
: Heaven grant may Free-soilism is fixed fact reprsfntativadistricts
' ioieai Halo asked to be excused from voting, on ern cause. now a reported by the Minority of tbe Committee cle
.", ; friend Fed constantly by his side. Hi be permitted to roam unmolested over the the motion to excuse the Senator from Florida. with her people, and their numerical majority Federal Relations which is and counti State shall be
be foundon
' *election, would_ unquestionably be hailed with The present law was that all should vote, and he and thorough union of sentiment teach on ( to entitled to elect thereto a number
of Missouri with bison tribe delqtes
I : i aaoUou of rapturous delight by the entire Afri vast praries the did not know whether to vote for the enforcement them to disregard or contemn our our fiftt page,) a a substitute for the to said convention equal to the 1

. : h" tan (arty at the north. African "niggero"1 and Free Soilers as his from Florida.of the. law, or wait fur the "higher law"' feebly uttered through divided counsels.warnings In resolutions under consideration.Mr. Representatives to which they mar re re.

!,.: companions. Mr. Seward said he would vote for anyone union is our safety. In union let us prescribe Bryant the relut ectively entitled from their respective" die
J. following -
0 THE DEAD OF 1850.By : who did not desire to vote. tbe limits of our forbearance, and in of't tr'd and counties.Mr. .

:.1.:. looking: at the dead of the past year we find Hox. R.P. MARVIN OF N. Y. ON THE CON Mr. Foote was surprised at the harmony botwecn union let us them. If the South as a substitute for the preambles and McCall moved that the resolutions

I ?j t a... sod.strong verification of the saying that STITUTION.-We have before us a sketch ofa on the general the Senators doctrine from of Florida higher law.and New.York' an be brought preserve to act firmly and unitedly for resolutions reported by the majority and and proposed amrnIinenl a 11! substitutes t

w 'M Death! shining mark." The brightest lecture delivered by this gentleman before Mr. Berricn said the reason was not satisfac but six months, our northern fr whO minority of the Committee on Federal Relations laid on the tab'e nnnl tvlomlay. an.! tat
ornament!of public'and private life, the loftiest count upon our dissensions, the seventy-five cpiei of- the anment
1i tnte&eeU,,the mest'gallant and chivalrous, the the students of the Academy and citizens tory.After further debate, justice for which we contend. And to this : ed by Mr. VVardlaw: and Bryant's sub-
. :.1, of Jamestown New-York the The Chair decided that ft was not order at Whereas, the Constitution of this State stitue be printed for the use of the House
poet, statesman, and divine-none have been se- generally on this time to ak to be excused. i un ite action I look a the sheet anchor of ;
'.: nssfetb.ah&ftiofth. destroyer; and every 6th inst. Judge MARVIN is at present one vote. He directed the Secretary EYl'1ooe to call .hou safety. To attain it-we have every declares "that frequent recurrence to fundamental Which motion prevailed.

;'.'il walk of life, and every station baa contributed of the Justices of the :Supreme Court in that ator from Florida. The Secretary called Sn. incentive which a protecting Providenceever principles it absolutely necessary to In the House,on Monday, th session wit

:4 t t taaay eS its most honored names to swell the list and memb A\f the name of.Mr. Yulee, but that gentleman did not placed in the hearts of a free people preserve the blessings o liberty and this devoted to the consideration of the ,slavery
State was a distinguished respond.Mr. becomes
: with their the of by the soil we tread-by tbe air we breathe necessity when
and bespangle fame ravages the Winthrop said that in the House the impftiu topic. The bill and resolutions: of the Federal
;; i' year.. 'We have been called to mourn daring the 27th Congress. The subject of his I lecture lice had been to call a member, and if he J' "by a thousand ties with which they bind doctrines subversive of princple8 are -

.j.l"; j year 1850 the loss of a President, Gen. Zachary was the -'Formation of the present Wf S. to vote is was a case for censure, to be acted on the heart-by the glorious past-tbe criti- avowed and propagated : anllyhere a Committee: Mr. Warlaw'! amendment,
after the vote was over. ical large portion of the people the minority substitute and Mr.:
: to Don-lan- Bryant
J TayUr and two former Vice Presidents, John C. Government." present-and by our ability carve outa
t. i AJ r. Butler said ho was in the
fame ,
position States and their official
"'io!t, t..Ihoueai4 Richard M. Johnson, besides whom I After tracing step' by step( the influences the onator from Florida-; he had not voted, nor 8 brilliant future,-we are called upon to lives bolding, have allowed their reprcsenta-to domestic substitute to the substitute were ,all l con- 1
unite for the of honor and
: \ others of the National Legislature have al- did ho intend to vot. preservation our repugnance signetl to table-where they will doubtless i
saay the formation of lead them into tie
which led to our present The voto was announced follows: our political rights. To effect the slavery to the assertion '
. .4 aQeB'befora the shaft of death-F. II. Elmore, Yeas-Messrs.Atchison,Hell,Bcrrien a Borland unite of dagmas and the continue to remain.
, Federal Constitution the learned Judge closedas action of the I doubt not, the attempted usurpation
,'/:. of.3.: c..Cheater Butler and henryNes, of Pa.,, Bradbury, Cass, Clay, Clemens, V.i of Miss., of the Convention will be directed. Its acion mero-. of powers of every fundamental .
:tt DaaLf.King of Mass J. II. Harinason, of follows: Dawson, Dickinson, Dodge of Douglas, principle of the Constitution and
hers have not assembled to discuss a A New York that
, B Downs, Felch, Gwin, Houston, Hunter, our paper a por-
> lift.,a&d Ames Wood of Ohio and perhaps others, "Secession is open rebellion, and must be Foot free government ane insulting to the Soutb- I says g
'."4! Jones, King, Mason, Morton, Norris, right, nor to ascertain to what extent they ion of the 'higher law" that
.. !* f oar Navy. Commodore Jacob Jones, Com dealt with accordingly. Daniel Web ter I Pearce, Phelps, itbett. R uk. Shields, Soulo, have been invaded. Upon these points put- ean section of this confederacy)', as well a Whig
"..;,r. Cooper Com. Fitxhugh and Com.Turner have was once catechised in relation to the defini. I tfpruancc, U nderwoo. Wales, Whitcomb-35. Sic opinion at the South is settle Men to the people of this Slate ; Be it therefore State are caving in and coming 'o to the

,. : died. The legal profession has lost many of its tion which he would give; to the Federal Nays- of Benton, Chase, Coop begin seriously to regard the moment for declared and resolved by .the Senate and Utica platform of the "Silver Greys.'
er, Davis Dayton, Dodge of Wis. ;
"It i is" said he what the .Mas.
'j.1. l brightestjornamenU. We call to mind Sergeant Government. "just ing, Hale.lamln. Miller, Sward, Smith, action as near at hand, and to look tbe Hous of Representatives: of the Slate of
.. 1 s. Prentfcs;: of La., Benj. Watkins Leigh,of Va., Constitution has made it. And the Constitution bam, Up probable consciences of resistance to tbe Florida in General Assembly convened1t. By late intelligence from California, welearn
: carr.tD. N. J. U. S. Senator is just what the members of the Con- fco the petition ya laid em the table. of which That.the States of this Union 1
H{ : Wall of (formerly and have made it. political aggressions we complainateadily are that CoL FRET"chances far a ra-
vention of 1787
and Others. In fact Death has where Congress in the face. They are communica- independent, and distinct sover
f;. ) every It has no precedent iu the history of nations, Ot-R NEW U. S, SENATOR.-The Savannah election! to the U. S. Senate are decidedly
': t been Rev. Judson ting each other in all having conceded to the Federal
b4jy. Adaniran the Missionary. quarters eifnties
: .-.:. ..Rev..Dr. Curler, Rev. 1. .......... Maffit, Genera! and perhaps will never have a parallel. Republican of the 21st iltt. contains the betraying that solicitude for our Vrment the exercise 01 only so much :
It is this Constitution that has been our notice of the result of the electionfor welfare which of that for the lim.1r.
. McNeil.ef. Boston. Gen.11. B. Mann, U. S. A., safeguard through the many perils of following political evinces a preparation sovereignty :was necessary Rhett, of South Carolina on Monday
and mutual
: Hoa Samuel of N. Y. Prof. Shotwell of Senator in this State :- for a political convulsion. The means common protection \\clare. and and '
: i Young the past. We are indebted to it for all I appeared took seat i the Sen
.-.:ij Cincinnati,Hon.Jesse Miller\ of Pa., Gen. James that we are, or may hope to be among the \Ve arc gratified to record the election as which: we may adopt, or which the convention he: powers of that government are those
which ile.Not
. ,.. M; meror the/same State and many other: : nations of the earth. The present unfortunate U. S. Senator from Florida, for six years;of may possibly suggest to preserve our only the Constitution are specifically enumerated in a dram wa bear nor a funeral Da &e."

, .... distinguished men of our own country. I condition of the country in the minds of our esteemed friend, Stephen R. Mallory, Constitutional right secondary in importance into or necessary to carry them I[:Waingto Union,8tti in. effect.
....; ; ,We note also the demise of Ixftis FLillirpe, many, is cause of forebodings: for tbe future EMJ., of Key W PDt. Mr. M. reckons several tion. With to the union question of make our united different ac. 2d. That as to all common interests the
*1 Ex-King of France, Sir Robert Peel, Lord Jeffrey -but this same Constituton: will protect and acquaintances in this city, who know many Federal Government the A CORRECT OPISIOS.-Senator Clemens

t Mr Woodsworth the poet, our own Francis preserve u., if we exhibit in supporting it how to 'value his talents, his virtues, and means availabevithout does it can not none be- agent of all ,the a States joint and constitutional of..Alabama, in a letter to the the Tuscaloosa -
. 4 I E. A. of the patriotism of our fathers who his social qualties. During the twelve or prove efect a. 'e Norh people
Fuller Assoli,
Sergent Osgood, Margaret any fifteen be has been here be and the warningsand is bound by every solemn consideration of Monitor, has some sensible remarks relative
.... it. It is that fanaticism years past conspicuous .earest
r Foe,and an interminable host of others,these ini' originated possible very appeals of in the National justice and duty, to exercise its impartially
in West for his to the action of the
Key the Vermont
; disunion civil at
disunion war success Legislature. -
originate ,
4:t' ..are" but few. Thousands of other name nay Councils for the benefit of all.
bar and he is particularly well versed in fal upon ears, skeptical every .
its down- Hear him.
and this proud Republic totter to
; of radiance with most of 3d. That the
; many perhaps equal whisper successful opposition. This people of the territories .
maritime law. He is Democrat and
fall but this Federal Constitution would be owes
: ;1 these" nave passed into the .sleep that knows DO ; out amid tbe fallen columns of the his electiqn to the junction of all the Whigs skepticism is somewhat justified, not only when organizing ajj independent govrra- "Vermont has passed some foolish law
; ; .' pointed ment have the inherent and which but for the excited state of the Southern
, Q Waking.Qaio. the writings and conversations of "the
with few members of his by
_ _ of wisdom a own Air.
of monument party.
,.,I Temple Liberty, as a northern abolitionists and free-soilers : constitutional right to regulate their mind, would be simlllridicuoos.: In
. Mallory will, in our opinion, do honor to many domes
tt t .-By the latest accounts received from and patriotism in all time to come. tic and the first place have heard of
his State, and although probably be domiciled amongst us, but by the extraordinary municipal concerns a they think never a fug*"
: : this State, it believed that no election of U.s. I IROTD"ISM'A by far the youngest hevi' Senate opeftacle occasionally exhibited of I. proper; and any federal interference,by act ,tire: slave in'Vnunt and' i in the next, herlaw
of the friends of I we
,p; l Senator can be effected by the present Legislature meeting; have no apprehensions his some leadingSouthern man's of the of Congress or otherwise, to restrain or control will delared unconstitutional
t ::' ,Tbe Whip and Democrats both refuse to the Union and Constitution recently held in Tbe readers of the t success.have frequently doctrine of submission, a doine avoay elicits the free exercise of this right, is a violation by the Unit Slate Judges, hut unfortunately -

ii[ I coalesce; with the Abolitionbts.We the county of Cattaraugu, N. Y., was bro- in tbe past RtublCf, before and entitles him to commendationsof of the Constitution, and at: odious mer' under high excite
ha pla Northern I anxiousto usurpation, in principle the same that will not stop to reason after manner,
't ken of Seward whigs and Barn them, commercial letters our friend* am most a
! tee(stated that Rev.Henry Ward Beech up by a gang occasionally seasoned with frm Mallory hear from rou. You have my thanks for which "assumed to bind the solonies in all and the acts of the Vermont Legislature will

.;\\t: eref Brooklyn, N.Y. after denying a place io burning Locofoco's. These gentlemen were own sparkling wit and humor.a" bl' your kind invitation to accompany you, cases whatsoever," and justified the war of b t every where regarded in tbe Sooth.as adangerus

.f". Heaves for, all actors.and actresses Is down on to- led on in tbeir rowdyish maneuver by a notorious and for the unmerited terms in which it was the revolution. agrezsion. It will give a :fear

,I .,( Nooo chewers and segar smokers pellmell, and libertine, residing in that section, EDUCATION. conveyed, and which nothing but important 4th. Thaf next to the fulfilment of all weapon to those who a but too 'ready

,;* reminds them that there are no spit-boxes there! naiLed A. S. Crooker. could have prevented me constitutional obligations, it is the first and to shiver our Republic : frgent and
George EDITOR To the interest which tbe pre-ngement '
; ) With earnest that highest political duty of itizen, State weaken the arms which have
\ every
t. tUp about RuUaad. V,. the snow during holiday; Mr. C. dewed a seat in Congress, ,but his subscriber b felt in tbe subject of EJnea your labors may tend my to avert hop| or section, t demand and enforce their equal stoutly battled for tbe Union a fro.e

.Ji.. t!: wNkvaLfrcasI2to "eofeetba depth. We party refused to send him there because obis tion, since he ha been here, for the pas which threaten' on, and with the convictionthat discharge by others-.-that in no other way ,

f.;% Imagine they had some fun in that vieinity.Gen. "failings." He.seems to be taking his two years, anJ to the efforts which have should tbe'evil hour come upon us, the can this. government be made to subserve theendsot GOVERNOR MrrcitrE.-This veteran citizen -

j, .. revenge out of the people.PRESIDENT'S people.ol our State will, at whatever sacrifice its creation, and the: blessings of of Kentucky has written a letter to SenatorFoote
,1 w', Henderson one of the leaders in the Cuban been ma. by him, in connection with other stand squarely up t the great interestsof civil liberty be'preserved to ourselves and in ,behalf of the Compromise

; t ezpediUoa of last,spring b now on trial at New gentlemen, to give stability and eteenc the South.I posterity, and that it is particularly .incumbent

:....,.-t. brieeM.1' .... ., .THE Mout Boss.n -We see to % system 'of schools adapted t tli I am, dear sir, respectfully and truly, upon the shareholding Stte as a minority meur and the Union. He says:

; O W.Qalbu.a of Mississippi who has been in- it stated in a New York paper that Mr. Kel place, be designs addhis, Your friend and section t insist upon rigid fufil- "I, and I think I might say we, 'wi''so

. ., f cIIo&e4lor his indirect participation ia that aflairre&MU Iogg.a member of the present Legislature o f is that the personal efor.I "S. R. MALLORY.B. ment of every constitutiona obligation, by pr such men a Clay and ,

.i Lt; deliver* */lip U the U. autlojUN0StI1syflta1b.doethMbi.o that State, a clothier by trade is the man 'to important young, bt male M. Pzaisov? Esq. all means in tber power. Dickinson, Foote and Douglas, Dallas,
female, should b fitted for 5th..That only power given in the Buchanan, and that, host of great" and good
i!.;. doing the whom President FILUJORE wh'en
a boy
t ) 'i f fczemtiv operatioM hi State must neeessarilyfUratlmotoMipended. 'was.pprenticed. stations of life, to in the princ At the latest account nothing h been Constitution over the institution of slavery, men, who,. in the North and 'the South,
.' Mr.K. it said be which
; to nnassuming is a power to protect not to or are struggling for the Constitution the
of heard of the Atlantic I prohibit :
t H. steamer
Ai { his &n
considers du may an
_.I .in manners, with a pleasant and i intelligent Gty b cne. \ I restrain it; and that power and obligation : Union a it was,-as it is, and as it b I
tysU.fcbowp State paramount to his obligation clulufo1o r paper I bare from Liverpool on the 31st December. It is to the rendition of from trust forever." '
_ to the .Uslted State*.' nil looks: very much Ilk countenance, straight'forward business the of feared she the IQr fugti'e. ,.
Institntioi of the '
met : must be enforced .
:.mtsti- ** .No habits, and an energy and decision ehar reque.t anrent a h fat aer ; -
ee. '
:oae can charge Gov.QuiUnan
I ; and that their denial the Washington correspondent of the N
by repeal or emasculation
icIer, which would well qualify him to train tba'i designed -
4 with being,what Is termed a "ubmbslonist" ia t b prnenL Y.
a boy_in tbe "way he should and be of the fugitive law Epsy.-Tbe to make Gen.
mGr. go. pains
: thi term 1WL' sue' enate
expense wi
.. .p -The last U. S. in for these purpose?, will Leut. started by Holntes of
C:', ,'! .. .. ." Henry Long, tbe fugitive slave recently); which can reasonably expected in hUot'for Snar Ma.solemn public affirmation by the non.alaye.. S. C. ao.79 to T8- small House- 'ot.

(Jey'.. WRWHT of lad. tad Lows of Md. Ini delivered up to his'master by the authorities that i desige to bring Education,wit, whc we any .aunt holding States that they are unwilling longerto ing aye tw tbird"te ,number

. ; f&ofr jwent mewagof to the Legislature of their the reah parent for his eon stood for WIXTHROP (whig) 166 ; for Cllu duties and fulfil the obliga neew start a thi order.-
: respective. States tab in New York was sold a few days since in every ae deserve such
,. j strong and decided ground guardian for his ward. Sumner who i supported by,tbe abolitionists upon those States and. people :a complimentthan
tu tarot of the. compromise'measures or the last Richmond, Va., to a Georgia trader for the every and most of'the democrats 180'j.; scattering by. the Federal Constitution. '. General Scott.: No man more honorably

etsiM of' Congress. ", urn of $750. Very respectfully, 31. ,No choice,'the election been 6th. That it is the'manifest. duty of _the .ver ,won such'a title. 'But.the ,Democrats .
I f.
LSYVART.THRU b people of the non-slaveholdieg seeing Bought it lokelik Pesenflm.'
t *W I.T&D.he. has just been chosen Speaker "SnAwDuwl1cG.-We. learn from the postponed for one week. that they are under, no' Stts or ing. and others relrine 1 tt

i r af' the .)I...,.: Bouse Assembly by the Sentinel, that t Circuit. Judges'recently; CTbe U. S.. House of Representatives '. responsibility the "existence of_domestic col water-was. tbrw vog.
. .
, 1 ...ued votes of the,Whigs: and 'Anti-Benton elected by the General. Assembly have determined .. have inserted a provision in the Hon. JAMES H. DUNCaN, the Nationa servitude in this section,. and can' neither upn J ,, '
f eaea b a cUmaea and Union candidate has been 'elected to Congress ,HUGUUK ix CAuroaxiA.-The Jor
unswerving Whig Bill Whig nor constitutionally interfere with
ty l lot their respective .'erm.oloffice : Cheap Postage antboiizing the directors rightfully of '
1i that acres
'I; aal b'sald to,be awt.thot. :of Hon. HEnr from the District 61 MassachusettsSTEAMBOATS. to discourage all agitation having nl Commerc 100,000
. :ii VLA '; under the provisions of: the amended of the Mint i.. to coin three. cent, piece,' ,threefourths ," 3 ... that sme design,:in and'out of Congress,' seeing of, eligibly limat land in California have

; Constitution follows:', silver and one fourth* copper, with j .- We !learn hyatt'advertise it can be productive of nothing bnt evil, been offered. ex.Alte on highly favorable !

Iir.T. C. Hictrrr. Tbe friends of'tbs Judge Baker drew 8 years. suitable device, and to differ,:from the, gold ment in'tbe ,Savannah hereafter to endeyor.to restore those friendly feelings terms to Brei a Hungarianin

. : reutlemAn;,wil Q| !>>rejoiced: to learn, that his .Judge Lancaster drew 6 years. dollar! and tbe silver' half "'dime as to be the'steamer MAGNOUA Nt'that t &t city'on which once 1 happily subsisted ,betweenthe New York, with hop'of and inducinghis
11 Jxealth is improving, and, that be thinks be' Judge Hawkins drew.4',rars. readily distinguished the same.1 *1 lea sections; and it is tbe manifest duty of countrymen to settle apn engage
.I: will h.b1eio r turnto;' Washington early Judge Dougliss drew 2 years. .. roD Thursday morning. <(at: !O o'clock-arriving the people of the South and their Senatorsand in agricultural, pursuits. '. ,

q i J4? February; -. SUUY".JI. UTAH.. :-.,-The' .Wahtngto.n' at this place.on Friday. She is' d eiged Representatives in'the',Congress'of tbe ,U UHIOS:MccTUiQ, .AT YORK P.A. -The

rt' ;" nsiinow.t.cb : he' frJ&ck SOnY1lte,' F1 1 rida it ABOUT TO 'LEA i..-We' perceive! ,. by'the correspondent of the Evening. : 'Post writesas principally as .a,passenger:boat:the. United States' while strenously insisting C ).OP.l; papers publish a call for, _a meet

t .nturasoWa.shingtoa..Place !intends,.remaining. ,.until, I his. last fltyidian f Jonrndt that R/B.HILTO'ofte ', folo\Y;:: and St*.Matlhevt continuing, as ..heretoforein on'their cnsttutiona'rgbt to: give or a town'O the 7th instant, of ,"siciiiienIopp4
: : efforts
w -.ESaVaJSaaAgia*, of ZOtK. Esq.:, of the editors of that paper bids '.' a recent conversation. 'intelli the mal line. and restof to.lrpQr intersectional ptOtIC. to.the movements of fanatics
t + ,, .. . wit a .4 t upon miLe North, South, or elsewhere, who
II' : I' t gent front Salt Lake -
1 !? p friend 2 r Ihe:Georgian is right in as-; !his readers' "good bye"-it>inf his .intention person of the emigrants from, Jeie",tha DiWAU U. / ? the. basisof'thefederal'compact': : are distracting the'.country and seeking to
; 'KnTO..T
cmon 7th.
; all
many should fruitless
tt .se4ig. iftal th* health ol Co).;HACXCTT .is to'remove, from the_State." MHiltoniiagentlemaa ,.. brought Slaves with them into tbe Territory; ofthi State ,' Ta fugitive; -, .e'prove be repiaIe4or dyie.ourgloriQs Union.1* The call D- G.<*

: am.ln of;fine attainment*, and ,willweUuitmgswitltbMsuccessinhii till held them tbererand entertained feawhatever Raya'rd to Hon. John 'Jae'A. etsb, Jon Hosh
: Ivig1biL-uj our;dilijrhtfot no succeed -. .Wae any clear aggressions upon'the:constitutional Eli Lewis, J. .other
I ,new ,that, they, should be disturbed in 8i .
/ ;
climate, bet is wry_much! mistaken i in up* Senate. _- risht of the South perpetrated: by prominent itizensSuvxay .<. .
what called -
borne that all'-clever fellows"! deserve. they their Utah the Federal the
: KitltjjC .L designs returning Wash .- '" should be ready';,for ] '. Legislatures 'of the' States of, New Governor this State be 'Gverment. by : :,C.smoRJJl.-
T i>
Jis toawlf:in February,. .He 'informed''as :S OE8ftov.The: : Senate ofNortjj: Caro when she is j fast&'liblll( be a a"".Stt. 1 X ; .Pennsylvania! ," .Indiana,. Massacbasetts requested and empowered, at&his, discretion, The New. MOVEE,says, tat.priyt

{ frt sIeq..sineehauhe{ : : ftilldelicate!! lina'! has'rejected,;by a vote 'of'$1 'to IS,\9. free State.: ,The PQPQr!OQ'i ascertained tube Ohio nd, Delaware, Car. and convoke a convention of .tho, people of advices from (California state :mDY

: Hate.of,hi* health :would prevent him from resolution 'declaring that a State has a rightto tbe,about tW Qt1.t.Jbolan.t, ,I. presume liD.sMi8tU'i, Illinois, Nor this State, at such.;time as withharmonious the'epita1st'in 'that St..r'making a
same ol
apply to
1 icnlsl. action with or
"' resuming hie seat in Congress the prevent secede from the': U$on,- in eontradlstine New MUtt ltern except as to population. whiclM I sins Iowa, and,California. '" the South, for of devising 'a California, chang intl in csbt a-

# f'tJS oa. ion to the right of revolution. 'more numerous than HI Utah.. i blast! ,, ,remedy tbe"vurpse Vera )\, Arca

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in exrbutioa..ol.hia Oscar-Hart; Proposals"Carrying tne Jfail $ .From;F..nnIng ;LeY'iFor 'Faa. seek bid prior.to tho first day of Jaly next with r;carried to greater extent .1411.,...

late appointment by the A77ORNJr47'z.4-r. l j bloc at I p es once a week, Wednesday; at least two,'good and sufficient sareties,. to perform tbaa OIl the taterioreOae1a .' {IT

PPM :Archbishop of Westminister, has Office over the largo store:of'! Holmw & in Florida. .. By Cook" Ilasnmock, ,i..Warrior, .Fnk1Ie- the service propostHL," Cr.to the exsptioaaebeveie .. .. '
as wa,t..EupeTire .madiaoeou..r..' ,.aadJeffersoa .Dated (Signed..l 24 A modificatio ".. Isany.fIt.
at length been published.He Co.opposite the Alawnw Lodge, on Bay et, Extract from At net Of Cangrta of -W"Nard: :. R 9 F r\l ; -. tint terms,Is .atost tea a new b&1,as4 esa. ..

thus rams op his aiguments : WILL practieo la the several eonntioi of the I ,irrtuml8.J iT.&fWaukesua.. oniHty I Form of Certificate.Tbeizndersigned not be received M a* M IAteTfer.wiZ rs ular

"1. Catholic* are not bound to obey, or Eactern Circuit of Florida and attend to the "And be further naeted, That it shall be the .' by p m next Friday,90 mika; _' postmaster of ;eerti- wttpetuioa.- alter the last bea set .f.lMe&. .
And back 6 Ulds
as their bishops, thcwe appointed eottection of claims against the United States for duty ot the.Postmaster General in all future let- between a m Monday,and 12 m fios that ho is weD with .
to couUrr tings of contracts.for the ,transportation of the ,-Den;De8d&1. S acquainted th.guaraatonlaboveliawed 25. Postmasters require*t. be misled nil -*
nnder the royal ecles mstical Military an-ice.and for Horses other Proposals to at Waeasassa and their property and that they not the '
by tbe rown, lost or mail to let the same, ia every case, to the lowest commence aroinTited certify sufeacaeref r ranteW_. ...
they are nobound lost (See.) are-silSciont and. able to make good their guar relies without knowing that *
"IPretnUV"hi legally property or destroyed by troops said service. bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for faithful they sin l's"il'5ucient .
to bold. t ALw, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or performance, without other reference to the mode %jFrom Tampa at 12 m onee a week Sunday; anty.Dated [Signed.) responsibility; and aB UUtnTnaa* *
By Jchepuehesassa and Jernigaa tore and sureties
of such : are distinctly aetiaed thetea&ft
'2'Catholics belong tn a religion, Inlly the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. provide for transportation the due celerity than maybe certainty necessary, and security to To Melfonville hjr.12 m :next Wednesday, .-, a taller U cater into or perform the 9b Oi?

tolerated and! enjoying perfect liberty of conscience Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers of such transportation ; nor shall any" new 108 miles i '. INSTRUCTIONS, the service proponed for to the accepted bib Ibqfr

; which is episcopal and :requires and the widows and orphans of deceased officers contractor hereafter be required to purchase out. And back between 2pm.. Wednesday. and f legal 1iabim_ will be enforced against u. : .. Ytf
12m next atnrda .:The
for its government ") or take at a valuation the stock or vehicles of any Embracing' certain conditions vaich vOl le contracts win be substantially in tk*,
bishop and soldiers. 3528 From Tampa at 6.m once a week Thnrs-. forms heretofore used in.
this Deportment
contractor for the dt ,
law that forbids them to previous ensue route. incorporated in the eontr aeepI'
There is no ia the
3. \1110.will give his attention to conveyancing, fjcj-Iiidders will be careful to read the forms and J day J respects particularly ia these
have ucb bishops according to their proper to cxamiag titles and record, and ascertaining instructions appended to this advertisement. They To Maaatee by 12 m next day, 42 miles ; 1. Seren minutes are allowed for opening and nlctiou114l, conditions; and en' alt raflrus4 .

anil ordinary orm. claims to lauds. are requested to state in their proposals the. And back between 8am Tuesday and 12 sunext closing the mails at all offices where no particular aDd Iteam". natee the eee&ract8d wiD IM ra..t .

:That form i is with oidinary juriOJdictio mode by which they intend to convey the mail, day. time is specified; but on railroad and steamboat qaifti to deliver the mails lute the pod ocss a&' '
4. derived from them: All business entrusted to him win meet with Where the size and weight of the mails. or the 8529 from Tallahassee at7 am,tri-weekly Mon routes their is to be no more delay than is necessary the ends of the routes aad into all the post el'aeS .
; local' see*, and titles prompt attention; and all instruments of writingwill peed called for in the schedules shall require it, day, Wednesday,and Friday; to deliver and receiTc the bags. not mere ULan eighty reds from 1M raon4
that is a hierarcbv."s. the contracts will be made for coach steamboat To St.Mark's by 12 m,22 mIles; 2. The mail is to be conveyed In preference to laadinr. '"_1
employ' be executed by him with neatness and de- And back between 2pm and 7 pm. and to their if Its N. K. JJ.AL.L.PwtI_ 111
.They were fully justified in railroad conveyance as the ease may be; and ,I passengers entire exclusion J I ,t ".
spatch.Jacksonville.. Proposals to extend to Newport are invited. weight and bulk require it. Foil OfficeJan. Depatntf 12.Q.
means in tbeirTer to maintain consequently, such routes will be let to bids proposing
ine the only other liD From Tallahassee at 7. m tri-weekly,Mon 8. Post office blanks mail bags and the special ID. I
Jan. % such mode of In all
this form of ecclesiastical government; 1831. tf conveyance. day Wednesday aDd .. ,..,
the routes will be assigned to bids Friday; agents of Ute Department, oa the exhibition of -- f.
caws proposing
that ic, by app'ying! to the Roy! See. the cheapest mode of transportation. To Newport by Ipm,19 miles; their credentials, are to be eonveyedwithont further LIST *.t
"6. And they have not acted contrary to JAMES J/ BAKER : RaUr companies are specially notified 8531 From And back between 2 P m and 7 p m., charge oa mail lines admitting of such ooai .' : S
law tie gracious conces- that their regular bids are to be nndentood as including 7 .m twice a week i veyaaee. REMAINING IN THE TOST ONFTCr
any by accept UK ATTORNEY AT LAW, the supply of each office on the line. of Sunday and Wednesday; 4. Mail agents are to be conveyed wUhoeehaIp ,,Fla. Deeemhor Si.t 1S s .1f
e'lo.i of what they asked. their respective roads not over a quarter of a mile By Wankeenah, Perry Stockton.. Mosely oa the principal railroad aad steamboat ABeaEheaAadersoa 'MlddItt-.UWpo.h.'
..- -- -. -- Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. from a debpt. Separate proposals for office more Hall Talofa.'Madison c. rL, Colampas lines where the also of the mails sad the number ,Mare Jdeen r'raaes .. .4
COTTON rna THE GaciT F.ua.-T e Xtw than a quarter of a mile off will be considered. Mineral Springs,and Little River J of the offices will require their employment by theDepartment AD1IrIUoa.NMIa S !
Crescent of the 27th 011. says: I iiir T. AHigator by 12 m next days 122 safes; ; and m that ease, separate apartment AQea Hon -* M CMIIee"I'" ; .
Orleans Daily wh ch arrived SMITH If M. &&BRIEN for carrying the malls of the And back' between the arrival of Jackson for the exclusive use ofthe Department aadagent MaJuAMieb&U. plehtu.aSaBobs

The rteamer Belle Creole. PROPOSALS from the 1st of Jaly 1831, riDe mails, say at 5 P sa. Monday and for the assorting and sals-keeping of lbs .Simpson Juf tdwv Duv1..4

yeterdayfromYick-burgbrouKht down a i ATTORNEYS AT LAW, to the 80th of Jane, 1855 Inclusive in Florida, I Thursday and 10 p m next days. is to be provided ny. the contractor, under Brewa, Eaoeb-3 Mason,John .
bale of cotton for the World's Fair from the I will be received at the contract office of the Post Proposals to embrace White' Spriags,In Bernof the direction of the Department. Brash Gbu W ".T.. ,.s..n.. .
Alligator Cdtuntta Co., East Florida. Little Riter. win bo considered .also ft. In all there is be forfeiture the -
of Col. J. Minor Warren county, Office Department in the city of Washington J' eases to a Barrow.WitheldeTdBryan. M.e.eJe.epW .
plantation until 10 of the 1st of 1831 to be decided supplying River;in such ease oaoe pay of u.e trip when the trip is not run; and of Wm a-4 MazglaJasW .
Messrs.M. White & Co M. WHIT SMITH.I 3!. O'Baizi, a m April, ( I. 1
Mis& consigned to a week; from White --.t.
than three
Springs. not more times the pay of the trip et..AJdea Maso.ABTtad1y.Margsrst
the 19th of the routes sad : )
Office at Alligator. | Office at NewnansrUle.BOARDING. by day April,) on .
8532 From Tallahassee at 6 twtee week : .
a m when the trip is not run,sad no sufficient excuse MsnnJoh I
time herein viz
ia the manner and specified, : i __
A HOOMEB who bas beard Jenny Lind, Monday andFriday; for the failure is furnished a forfeiture slat least ll.k.r. ZYh/llia Km*. Wn.a&. ,., ,:
FLORIDA.1501Fromt.AuguztInest2ain. By Mkskosukee and Southerland; one-fourth part of it when the running or arrival BethuaeFrank .+ >
rays that her Yoke sends pleasant thoughts To Monticello by 6 p m,86 miles; Is so far behind time as to lose the eoatIUIoa CaaeaLuke NOItraDdi.r -j

through you like the ringing a dinner belL Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single Wednesdays once a week And back between* am and 6 pm next",. with a depending .mail; and. for of a due Cox Philip-.2 ''Osksamesl .,. ,.,.

persons or families can be found at Mrs. FLO By Jacksonville and Kirkland; 8333 From Tallahassee at 6 a m once a'week, proportion of it when grade service is rendered Cook Emilia .' ;JaUPtaaec Ij-, ;; "

A M* aito ) .'. COKCETT.-Swedep- TAan' -UM W Jacksonville hotel (which has To St. Mary's by 12 m next day,90 mile: Tuesday. ; Inferior that in the contract.. 'These forfeitures Comfort Miss _
in And back between 1 and 11 By CsntrevHle, Mamdngton, and Daaeaas- may be increased into penalties of higher amooat Cox. Benjamin ,w. .
borg says that though the virgins be saw Wen taorvaghly repaired and renovated) opposite next P m Thursday yilk.. ; according to the Baton or frequency ofthe fafl- Carter. LewutH PariuuaK UE .

heaven were beautiful the wives were incomparably the Republican office Bay street Jacksonville Proposals_p m for day.semi-weekly service are invited. I To Thomaivflle Ga.. by 7 p m, 40 mIles; are and the importance of the mail. Carter,Susan PettJBsflI.BO *" ""

more beautiful and went on East Florida. Oct. 24-3m 3502 From St. Augustine at 21-2p m twice a Aid baek between a.and 7pm Moada,. 6. Fines will be imposed anlesa the delinquency Dasurwces Frances Parktent ft AAoMr -.****

increasing in beauty e1'ermo week Monday, and Thursday 8534 From Tallahassee at 8 a m tri-weekly.Monday satisfactorily explained ia doe time,for faffing Denser Horario 8 WOiaaa, ,. .

To Picolata by 7 1-2 m. 18 miles; Wednesday,and Friday; to take from or deliver at, .post office the mali Elw0e4.JDO -SEdwards iuoard,L4ris4rs 1 '
Jacksonville Male Institute.REV. And back between arrival of Savannah mall By Salubrity sad Qniney; or any part of it t for suffering U to be wet, ia- ,Nath II Shanbtin J L .
A CARD.WK say 7 a m and 12 m. To Bainbridge, Ga. by 2p m,46 miles; jared, lost, or destroyed; or conveying it in Fleming Nancy SmIIbBM
3303 From St. Augustine twice month in steamboats And back between 41 m Tuesday,Thursday place or manner that exposes it to depredatiua FumeD,James C Segul.EH'4.Ib f ,
the und mgaed, pawcBgert on board the I. SWART A. M., PRINCIPAL ; tad Saturday, a at next days. loss, or injury ; for refusing after demand to con Fish Anthony SeweL Kobert ....

.tNmer Magnolia tab thU opportanity of ezpreifing By Smyrna, Indian River San Lneia, Jupiter Proposals for 3 additional weekly trips are vey a mail by any coach railroad ear, or steam Fallen Mrs 'borat.u PhUfl' A- .

to Capt. P. MeNiLTr, commander our RaUt of Tuition. Miami, Key Largo Indian Key, Key isvited. boat which the contractor regularly runs on the Green JaoCGilbert VsebseiIi2II to
3535 From Tallahassee at 6am once a week route beyond the specified number of trips in the ,Takler Yiflaios Pay. .t
Arithmetic West Charlotte Harbor Sarasota,Tampa,
appreciation of bis gentlemanly and kind deport- Orthography, Reading Defining Cedar St. Marks St. Friday contract and for not arriving at the time set;and GreeD Charles WiDiIuU

Bnt toward.', and our confidence In him a. a and 1'euuiannLip, per quarter 94 00 Josephs Keys,and St. Andrews, Apalachicola, By JJenhaden Shell Point, and Pawtnxet; for setting up or running an express to transmit Gardner,Jane wma. --rn
We him Geography, Grammar. History, Compoaisition ToPensacola ; Te Sopcboppy by 8 p m, 45 miles; commercial intelligence in advance ofthe mail a Gerry,Joha L Wyllie.
eo m nding officer. congratulate upon Elocution and Book Keeping, 5 00 And back between; Aid oack between o a m and 8pm Thursday penalty will be exacted equal to a qaarter's pay. Harris."Wiley G 5Hendrkks Weeha4 Jails T.1rt
thii the ncces.ful pertormance of the ant voyage Higher branches of an Lnglieb 3lathcmatieal 7. The Postmaster General may annul the Andrew .WWat.1oba '. ,
6 00 for sections of the above
and Scientific course, Separate proposals 3536; Fi'Newport at 6 a m once a week Thursday contract for failures for the u
of the teamer which he commands though 10 00 route will be considered. Bids to specify a repeated ; Harrison Matilda "White,Cept .., .
The Ancient -
wind aad weather and hail with Languages schedule of arrivals and ; post office laws; for disobeying the instructions Haddock,'Jos. R-2 Webb Joha : .{
with adrene departures
A quarter consists of eleven weeks and two 3504 From Jacksonville at 6 week By Wankeenah ; of the Department; for refusing to discharge a Jackson William Waiting,Licet.WB.s
pleasure the advent of tUu fine Tcsscl upon seiuuaday: 9 to 12 a. ru., 3 to 5 p. m. m once a Monticello by 6 p m, 32 miles; carrier when required by the Department; for assigning Irwin, moM, USA ._.
the 3d day of Monday; And back between o a in and Wednesday. the contract without the consent of the p-
S atbera waters.MeQoeca KxerciM commence on Monday, To Haddock's by 12 m,20 miles; 6p m Johnson bca.sasw5 Whefflev ReM
February next.January Postmaster General or for setting up or tunning W1a .Cree L -Ftt
Melntwh, Ja E.Granui!!, And back between I p m and 7 m.t5O. .
Krana Kogcru (01. G. D.Mims. 24.:: 1851. tf From Jacksonville twice a week.I' Snndavs 3537 From Qniney at 4 p m, or after arrival of an express as aforesaid. KeDy JaoS t Wilson.Mary LeeJavKenneday "

R. H. Mimi I. A. McLaughlin, -- -and Wednesdays; after ;rrIiifboatsayat ; Steam mail from Bainbridge, once week, Toes- 8. The Postmaster General may alter the contract ,,Wm Walker,Jane ".I .

Jun W. Moore Thomas L. iuitu, 10 m day IToApaachieola and alter the schedule, be allowing a prorate Kilty.Margaret Young,Oliver W ... .t
1' JJ.*While A.D.Gridlcy, Jacksonville and Alligator By Brandy Branch p ,;Barber's and Ocean by 10 p m next days 70 increase of compensation within the restrictions Lee,David Young;Rowland M 'Hr "
miles imposed by law, for the additional service A1IeITL f -1 1
K. J. F: Atwoud, PLANK ROAD NOTICE. Pond ; Lincoln '
}K.*.m B.springer Tbompgon, T. f'uHiiw To Alligator; by 4 p m dext dav.70 miles ; And ba k between. .10 Saturday, and 9 a required for the Increased speed if the employment Persons calling for letters In the above

JulIO s. IJUko. fc l.Jlayer.lieu. nOOKS SUBSCRIPTION to the And back between 1pm Mondays and 1D nax4 days.Psopo&z additional stock or carriers is rendered will please say they are adrertued or they i J..1at"I: I
for send-weekly and tri-weekly but the contractor in such ease,
necessary; mar
U.Granni*, stock of the Jacksonville and Alligator Thnratays and 7 a in next days. service will be considered. relinquish the contract on timely notice if be not get them. MARK- BUTTS

Mw.John S. WaVe, Mr. F. Dell.Mr I'lniik Road Company will be opened at 3506 From Pikitka at I p tn twice a week Mondays 3538 FconxOJuncy at 12 m once a week Wednesday prefers to the change. The Postmaster General Jaa.9.-3t Post .,

*. Erani Korew Mr. C. II. ttctwm the store Fernandez, iiUbee.. Co. in Jack- and Thursdays; ; may annul the contract or curtail the service
Mr. Athbcl Well*, :Mr c. C. Tra cy, wntille and at the store oa S. L. >iblack& Co., By Orange Springs, Orange Lake Oeala Toecludoby3pm,9sniles; and pay, when he wishes to dispense with the TavrOTlCK.- AD persona indebted to the e**
MiK..GrannU first of March Camp hard Hommoaasmi, and Spring Hill; 111 tate of the late George Bosh fare ... 1
MM. C. Springer, at Alligator on Saturday, the day And back between 8 a m and 11 a. m. service in whole or in part or place a higher or "
*'ar h llonnton ){nI. E. M.G ridle,. next,and will b4* continued open uctii the whole To Tampa by 10 p m next Wednesdays and 3539 From Qniney after arrival of mail from different grade service on the route, lie allowing required to make payment to the uad '

stock in taken. Saturdays, 159 miles ; Bainbridge say at 7 p m twice week, one month's extra pay on the amount dispensedwith. and all persons baring demands against msd. t
In behalf of the Commimnoners: And back between 2 a m Mondays and Thurs Tuesday and Saturday; tate are requested to present them piepmjy a*'...

ARRIVALS AT Till: JACKSONVILLEIIOTKL. S. i). FERNANDEZ days, and 10 p m next Wednesdays and To Chatahoochee by 12 p m,21 miles: 9. The payments will be made-through drafts tested with the time prescribed by law. : \

Jan. :. ISol.-tf Commusioner. Satnrdars. And back between 2 a in and 7 a in Wednesdays on post offices or otherwise after the expiration HENRY HOLLAND. :
Jan.23d-J. F. Atwood, Baltimore ; Uev. A. 3507 From and Pilatka Thursday at 5 a m twice a week Sundays and 4pm and 9p m Sundays. ofeach quarter-say in February, May August 1851. Admioistrater {

N. V- Mr Ott'tJlOn.Me. ; 3540 From Chatahoochee at a a m twice a week, and November.
I). Gridley and lady ; ; Sale. 'Madisoneoro' Ellis-
Miss Buck; lV>ton, Maw.; J. A. ilcLaughlin, Ducal County S/teriff't By Newnansvflle and Sunday and Wednesday from 15th of Oo- 10. The distances are given according to the DENTISTRY. :, $
in rested law I yule; tuber to 15th of June of each and at 7 best information but no increased will be .
I).C. Solomon Mkyer, Savannah; virtue of authority me by year, ; pay
Washington. ; 90 IhR. A1TBLKIL: intents 4
BY To 9 next miles making a probe.rional
n"..T. Sullins KnoxTflle;Tenn. G. U.Mimi; willupo8e fur sale in front of the Courthouse And Alligator back between by .1 p m m Mondays days and Thursdays ;- a m once aWt.ock. Sunday,from 15th of June allowed should they prove to be greater than is L visit to Alligator early& J'. ';
LdgefielddU. 8. C.; K. II. Minw do.; T. L.mith door in the town of Jacksonville,on the I' to 15th of October; advertised if the places are correctly named. and will from there t4. Suwaaaee SNewnansrUle 1
and 12 next Wednesdays and ,
m pass \.
1351 certain eBlonntstown Riekoe's Bluff 11. The Postmaster General is 'k
prohibited by
: do. McQneen Mclnto.-h. JackonTUle; First Monday in March, A. p. a ByOchees Oeala' and other ia that .
; places
Charlet Bowman; Montreal Cai.ada ; Mi* Negro Woman, named SUCKEY: Levied upon urdays. for each of this routedividing lola and Fort Gadsen ; law from knowingly making a contract for the direction. Persons wishing his serriecs will ,.
Separate proposals part
ow"l the of njamin Ham, to satisfy an To Apalachicola by 11 a Monday, an< transportation of the mail with any person who '
do. !
do. Miw Savage, as property him notice atsoni.ofthe above 1
please gin
man, ; at AewnausvUle, are invited. riUoos.
October to 15th of shall have entered into combination \
15th June
November or
20th ,
Black any
Jan.22d J- N. Iteevw, TinLtta; J. II. M. I execution in tavorof John proposed :lJet.-eInher31.1800. tf
3508 From Piktka at 7 a m once a week Tuesday .._.
residue of 10( to enter into combination to ,
Clinch Ga.; Hon. T. C. Hackett Rome. Ga.; I. Term.lSoO JOHN G. SMITH, Sheriff, and by6 a m Tuesday, year, any preventthe >

II. S. Laugblin, S. C.; S. Mcrens MaUi n ; By J. T. McCoamcK, Special Deputy.Jan. By Volnaia: Fort Butler and Enterprise miles; making of any bid for a mail contract by any 'NOTICE. ., ..C
.411. Sandcrxon JackmnTiIle ; J. Harmon do. 30, 1850. td And back between 10 p m Monday aDd other person or persons, or who shall nave made .JHAVIXG
< ,
Jan. 27-Daniel K:an. X. V.; 1H-, A. J. Brau, To 150 Mellonrille miles by 7 p m next Thursday Thursday, and 12 p m next days 15th oC any agreement, or shall have given or performed purchased of Dr. F. W. 1.'tie; .J
E. II. Titu New-Orlcane. SHERIFFS SALE. ; October to 15th of June, and bet ween 10 a promised to give or perform any considerationto ana HAMPTON aad hisNANNY .:.d
Iliiladelpbia Jan. ffilh.-; C. E. Ryan,WbiU Springs. Flu.; And back. between 7 a m Friday_and 7 p mEundav. m Wednesday, and 12 m Friday residue of do, or not to do, any thing whatever to induce with her arc children the reward..c.t -
X. 1'. X A. S o Y virtue of a Decree ofthe Circnit Court for year. any other ptram not to bid for a mail contract. fered by him win be paid their delivery to.me '
Win. T.Bctton. ; StrobLart a"'aL- C l) the Eastern Circuit of Florida fur Duval 3509 From Pilatka at 7 a m once a week, Tuesday Proposals to commence at BainLridge are Particular attention is called to the 2Sth section or their confinement iu upon jail In the State. ,

nab;T.29tli.E. Carpenter Jo-hiui SiLcs do ; and Son Fla. county in Chancery wherein A. II. Cole is Complainant ; incited; also for tri-weekly service 15th] or the act of 1SJ6, prohibiting combinations to -any_. R. DUU*' .
Jan. ,
and James B. Cole is Defendant made By Enterprl: of October to 15th' of J nile. prevent bidding. Palatka E. F., Dee.31 l85O. ft .
at the November Term in the year 1830, I will Mellonrille by 10 a m nett day. 130 mile<; 3541 From Bajnbrijze,Ga .at 3 1-2 p m twins a 12. A bid received after time, to wit, the 1-t
PASSEXGCRS PER STHAilER ST.MATII- expose to vale to tbe bighcet bidder in front of And baek ix>(w*.u I p tit 'VVWm.rUy, ..J y week. 1 nesday and Saturday : April next,at 10 a m,or without the guaranty required j.--
EWS FROM SAVANXAII.Jan. the Court House in the Town of }Jacksonville _p m next day. (See 3303.) By Chattahooche; Alarianua, Scnrlock' by law, or that combines several routes in Duval County Tax CoUedoft,Salt ,

Duval county on the First Monday in February 3510 From Enterprise at 6 a m once a week, Spring, W eb 1'il1e. CampbeUton, Geneva, one sum compensation, cannot be considered in .rI1Y 7RTUE of authority in me by law vesU.ed .
27-Mr*. :Iocum1. Payne, E. II. A. I). 1851 the following property real and personal Thursday; Ala.. GenUville, Fa., Almirante, )Milton competition with the regular proposal not adjudged LJ I shall expose for sale, ia treat of the
Tttni, lr. II, I). Holland B. Hayncs, Lr. A. J. to wit: All and singular the good, wares To New Smyrna by 6 pm; and Floridatown ; to be extravagant. Court House door of Burst county, on the First

Bra**, L). Egan.OBITUARY.. and merchandize and stock in.trade coasting of And back between 6 a m and 6 p m, Tues To Pensacola by 4 a m Tuesday, and Fri. 13. A bidder may offer, where the transportation Monday in May, 1351, the following described

Dry Goods Groceries, Hardware &s., tn the day. day,2:1) miles; called for in the advertisement U dificnlt orimpr..eticable.t i pruiicrty or so much thereof as will pay the State
store of the said Defend-int at Garey'*Ferry and 3311 From New Smyrna on the first Friday of And back between Sam Tuesday and Fri certain seasons to gnhnitute an and County taxes due thereon for the year ISSOi .3

county aforesaid, including every thing in said each month; day and 7 P m Thursday and Sunday. inferior mode of conveyance,or to intermit service together with all necessary expenses attendiegg,'
store. Alo all that tract of land, situatod lying rty Indian River and Jnpiter; Proposals to run direct to Marianna, vii specified cumber of tUys weeks, or months. He said sale. A tract of land lying at the head ox -.
DIED in this place on Sunday morning and l being in Garcy's Ferry in said county; together To Miami in 12 days, 30 miles ; Brown's Ferry are invited2. may propose to omit an office that is inaccessible, }Jotubw Creek, in Dnval County bounded.
the 26th insU Mr. JOHX THOJIAS: of Upper with the More and Buildings thereon And back between the 15th and end of each .><2 From Marianim at 6 a m once a week, or is not on the stage road, the railway or at a follows: On the North and East by lands belong ting

Providence Delaware co., Penn., aged 33 erected being the store and premises now occupied month. Thursday steamboat landing,as the case may be ; or he may to John S. Sammis: on the South by mad* t
by Defendant Also, all and singular a cer 3512 From Harbour's at 8 a m once a week, Mon By Orange Hill,Holmes's Valley,and Chestnut offer to substitute an inferior mode of supply in belonging to Alexander Rummer and ea tae

year ttint'am Saw MAIL in said town of Garey's day; Hill; such cases. lIe may propose different days and West by lands belonging to Fcrnande Bishea$

Mr. Thomas had left the North in hopesof Ferry, together with the Engine and Machinery fly New RiverFort Ilarlee.and Fort Crane; To Uchce Anna by 5 p m next: days, 64 hours of departure and arrival, provided no more levied upon as the Ir01t'rl'or Go.dwin.r -.
recovering his enfeebled health but almost Hucksurith Shop Tools, and every thing thereto To Micanopy by 8p m next day,(38 miles; miles ; running time is asked, and it is obvious that no owner unknown. URIAH BO WDEN >

after his arrival in this appertaining. Also, the lot or piece of ground And back between 5am Wednesday, and 5 And back between Gam Tuesday. and 7 mail annexation or other public accommodation Jau2--U Tax Assessor aad Collector D.C.,,.
immediately ullOa l which said Steam Saw Mill is erected and p m next days. p m next days. id prejudiced. .He may ask for more running timeto
more genial clime his disease assumed a which apert.iin to the same, being the lot eon- I'rojxjsala to extend to Fleutington will be 3543 From :Marionna at 9 a m once a week, Saturday the trip, during specified number of days,at
form baffling the skill of he physician, and eyed to ejtd Defendant by Darling C. Prescott considered. ; certain seasons of peculiarly bad roads bat be- DISSOLUTION AND FORMATION OF"

after the short sojourn of ten days he was and Isaac ame Ako H0,000 feet of ranging 3513 From Newnansville at 7 a m once a. week, To Ochesee by 6 p m, 30 miles; yond these changes, a proposal for service different COP RTJ'fERSIIIP. .
imber. Abo the following tracts, pieces or Wednesday : And back between 12 in and 8 D m Friday. from the advertisement will prevent its being heretofore wader
called from time into Al- Copartnership existing
to pass eternity. parcel ofkind situated in said county of Duval BT Santa Fe,Fort Fanning and Wae&sawj: Proposals for semi-weekly service to connectat considered in competition with a regular bid not Tim firm of Cureton. Titus Jc Harris to
though in a land of strangers his passage and which was entered by James B. Cole Darling To Cedar Keys by 7 p m next days HOmilei Ochesee with No. 3540 are invited. set aside for extravagance; and where a bid eon- his dissolved by mutual consent.

to the grave was smoothed by the presenceof C. Prescott and Benjamin Wilson,and purchased ; S344 From.Marianna at 7 a m once a week, talus any of the above alterations, their disadvantages day CURETON,TITUS flAn1T5
a devoted wife who was assisted in her from Government wit: The South-bast quar- And back between 6 a m Friday and 6pm Tuesday; will be estimated in comparing it with other Jacksonville, Dee.20th,18aO. .

attentions to him by of the residentsand ter or the "utbquarter of Saction No. 10, next day.Proposals. I3y C bonn C. IL; proposals. j
many Township South of Range No. 21 Eut.I .- to end at Wacasasm are invited; TuAalaciiico1aby7 pm nesttby.W miles; 14. There should be but one route bid for in a
strangers of Jacksonville as well as by Also, the South-East quarter of the Sonth-Eart al*> to end .. Sante Fe. (See 3523 aDd And back between 7 .m Thursday and 7 p proposal. The business hitherto conducted by the akore-r '

members of the Fraternity of Odd Fellows I quarter of Section No. in Township No. 4 3326.) mMi.Proposals r. ]&. The route, the service the yearly pay,the named firm will be henceforward: eendnrted hj .

of which Mr. T. was a member.On South of Range No. 24 East. Together with all 3514 Fmm Newnansville at 6 a m once a week for semi-weekly, and also for tri bidder's name and residence,and the name or each and under the firm of CURETON&ThIZ8. .,s.

P. M. after funeral servicesat and singular the rights merchandise hereditament Wednesday: weekly service will be considered. member of the firm where a company '. tf ....,
Dee.20th 1850.
Sunday and appurtenance to the said premises belonging By Fort Clark, "Wacahootle and Flemington 3545 From Milton at 8.m once a week, Wednesday should be distinctly stated; also the mode of conveyance Jacksonville, _. it'
the Hotel a large procession preceededby _._ H
or in any wine appertaining. To be sold ; if a higher mode than on horseback k
the Order of Odd }Fellows accompanied by virtue of said Decree Foredosare. Tocalsbyl2mnextdy,57mile.; By Coon Hill andNathansvflle, Ala.; intended. ,. GREENES TypEFoLTNJrnTj:'

the remains to the grave, where the burial JOHN (I. SMITH Sheriff C. And back between 1pm Thursday and 8 p To Sparta Ala., by 6 p m next days 70 16..The bid should be sent under seal,addressed .No. 128 Fatten Street Sun BuDding, New Teat

service was read by the Chaplain of the Jaa 16. By T. N. MeCoaxicK, D.8. m next day.Proposals miles; to the First Assistant Postmaster General with No. 17 Canal Street Row New OrleesavTeHewspaper
Order. to embrace MJcanopy will be con And bock between 6am Friday, and 6pm. "Mail Proposals in the State or Territory of I ...11.s.
LAND FOR sidered. -" written on the face of the letter; and
VALUABLE SALE. nexidays.
"We sympathize truly with the disconsolate 3515 From at 5 once a week Satnr- be received Invite the Trade Wet
Alligator a m 8546 FrosaMiltonat 6 a m onee.week WedaesBy should be dispatched in time to by or -.nTH ooatdenoi
widow under this afflictive dispensation, ?rrUIE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale a raraJL day: .cia before the Iii April next at 10 o'clock A.M. It WV they 1IUIIIaaae ebewlten P" .
and commend her to Him who only it ableto able tract of land on Lake Jessnp on the To Olastee Vy 1 p.. miles: !East 1 River and Alaqna; should be guarantied, and the sufficiency of thegnaiantors e call at No.IFisItaii street New Ye_as N.
St.John's River,consisting of 8,000 acres. Two And back between 2 p m and 11 p m. To Uebee Anna by 10 p m next Friday 89 should be duly certified. (Seer .) 17 eanal street Row,New this..., whore Isa
sustain. tboaund are first rate hammock land equal to 8516 From Alligator at 5 am once week Friday miles : .17: The contracts are to.be executed by or before ready to furnish them with all kinds of BOOB 1

any ia Florida beautifully situated the Lake, : And bsk between 6- a m Saturday- and*- p the lit Jury next.l Ncw&r rxx TTW.of the newestaadtiful -bean-
Died in this place on 23rd.inst, Mr.. JOUK and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and Tty Sawannee Shoals; next Monday. 18. Postmasters offices situated upon or near style. I as also prepared to supply 1M mk -

R. Kucnov of Gooehland county, Virginia, eottoa. The position of this large body of fertile To Blount'sFerry by6pnil6mflei; 3547 Fro m Alaqes at 6 a m once a week Friday; railroads but more than eighty rods from a depot admired Scotch letter, having hUrr n.-c.

aged about forty yean.Mr Land *n the banks of oar pest xavigable river And back between Sam andfip next day. To Geneva Ala..hI 6 p m. .as miles; will immediately after tho 19th April next report from Soeu.01 these bssutl .:

.Sampson* health being greatly hnnaired adds greatly to Its intrinsic value and makes it 3517 From Alligator at Ip m once a week Wednesday And back between 6 a.and 6 p. next day.3s. that tact to the Department, status their exact together with every variety of form sad poitleasi
a desirable object for ODe or more Urge apr or ; From Uolmes's Valley 6 a m once a week, distance from the railroad depot, aDd how other ofUzu.1ivrTALun Jonun TTW,,-.
,during the past summer, be exchanged cotton plantations. By White Springs, Jasper,Jennings, BeDe- wise supplied with the mail to enable the POI&- Jtc. 1 feel assured that the.kgaea.andy s.

bis lovely and romantic residence among the Tae subscriber also offer for sal 12.000 acres rflle. Cherry Lake. Clifton and AneJBa; To SI/AWrew'sBayby 8 p m,43 mIles: nasterUeneral to direct the proper supply to he of all the Type auaufacUredbymeeaaaeibe)

noaatains of Virginia for the home of his oa Lake Monroe on the St. John's river well To MonUeeDo by 8 p m next.Friday."96 And baek between 6 a m and 8 p m next day.. made from the railroad by mail messengers' ,from surpaiNd by say Founder ta the Uaieaw__*,

there to receive that kindness and adapted to the Tarpenttne or Lamber basinet miles ; SW9 From Pensaeola daily, at ftp m; ..adaflerthlldjaiyaeIt.- sstaely new omthod ia the aIl'ig sod i1.Lam
nativity, Tho above tracts will be sold on liberal term And back between 5 a 1D Sa&IIr, and 12. Ala. : U. Under the aet of Merck* 1SS5.* euts enabled nuintain the virtaoe of tho cp---.".
attention which a. fond father tad a doting JOSEPH FL EGAN, B next Monday. To J.1'M m..t.l1l blle by 11;am next days 67 mIles;' Is to be let to the lowest bidder tendering sufficientnaraaties neat parts of tho aMtal aad thai ts..tl 11. InaAdiiloi. "

mother can best bestow. Bat as the chilling Janl6.-3m Jacksonville Fla. .PropMali to eomaenee at Mineral Springs And.lack between 12 m sadism, next for faithful performaiiee,without other \aM.iM" ."
will be eoneideyed. See I&n. /mode of than benetcfan sgml to lbs ubs. T..
blasts of winter cane on even these were ( ) -, reference to the transportation may Tie ,.
insnificient fond TO HEJTT.Fear large -Rooms 8513 Fromiaaperttlamoseeaw.ekMeadsy; S5SO FronTriey West at 8 a m on the 8th of each necessary to provide for the das celerity.ear last Isatans I would ia peztimheallysne.
thought and many hopes ROOMS font with ftrrnitare if desiredwTher By Blenat'. F.. said RatdeneD' Ferry; media tointv,aad security of such traaspGrtattoa,. 1km,for solidity sad r of Typ.-om',

were indulged that the mild and balmy atmosphere are In a pleasrnt situation and will bo rented To Ceatre Village G.. .by 6pm next"Wed-. B Key[. aad Indian Key;' I When the lowest bid proposes a mode of. the priadploxrf eeoaomy, of tho poue
of Florida might restore bit shattered together. Any further W'enaatioll nesday W miles; To Miami by the 10th of the same month Tcyaaee that is inadequate for the rout*iln respect Lanes to all typographers. .Tk .ombom..
twrly or
And back between 6am Thursday and 6 certainty security aad celerity of tho en'hrilhlee WnM-41- ..pclyflMaiit- .f
eoaaiitatkm. .Bat ha cam to disamongstranger&aMto can lie obtained by inquiry throagh the Repabli- p _; to the .
office. ,..tAt a next Saturday. And hick between the IStt and *of each man add from any accommodation for travel., Psnrcrw ,Qmc FpMnruaa.s .the ima1-
be carried back '
a all Proposals to commence at Mount's Ferry are U wfll not ho entitled to the route. .T >ent of ee. UU Printing.T11'. .
moa ,
corpse to hA afflicted relatives. invited. different schedule counsel- 20. When the bid does not name mode of con Wood Type Caass. &a .r.-1't
by a
Those who. most intimately knew Mr. liathaway'sSKY 3519 from Orange Spring at 6 a a once a week., % to with ra the Havana route a'1ley! west It will be taken and understood to ho Wood .(-. i.

Sampson, can best appreciate his manly vu- LIGHT DAGUERREN PAVlLUON, Wednesday; and with Use New Smyrna route at.Miami for the lowest. mode of conveyance to .wit oahorseback. Brass and W.Ric, a..i'
be a sew days longer to accommodate By Madisonboro ; considered. When it proposes to canny according 1 .: L.
tues. Wherever he went such wan his disposition open will be of A.rr takan fa r .
who nave enraged Pictures and oth To NewnansvUIe by 10 p m, 48 miles ; to advertisement, and no mod conveyance szebsng
and gentlemanlydeportment that be era. persons A lot of beautiful PINS on haud. Andbackbetween6am 10 p m next, SPECIAL OffICES.Pro2m.aZs stated for the route in the advertisement it will per lb., Tb.trade dealt with en tM omotomI r 1

drew him many and strongly*attached enda. Jan. 9. .day. a invittd Itfpryi the fdlswiisxQfficrs be considered as offering only for horseback ooa- terms and patronage solicited os lbs cmi d4farnisbig .
far whim-
From his for several mouths i 2320 at 8 once a week, err IU veysnee. to the parebaser aa erttdJjwj .
t.r pi 1M fWIl pore.ds of .
deportment previous Oblp itt. Florida Jar udi" 21. Since the puiaaie'of the act of March, ho will 1M,pleased and which ;

to his death and conversations had GUERREOTYPES..J By Thomas's; same peetiwlg.litRiltd to. SW'S to" ISIS a new description of bid has been received.It worU1 of J... .Q r r.Editeta. '
with him doting his last moments we have 'ToVolas5aby7pmnextdayMmnes; the jmpota U in tack COM. specifies no mode of conveyance,but engages to .Prb-mc... UhsN.ws

reason to believe he ban exchaned a worldof L.public IIARNEU that his would Specimens respectfully are now inform readv the for And back between 8 a*1 Thursday and 12 China jim from Qniney.; 12- miles and-back earry mail the with terms certainty of the law.celerity These and bids security areeaued. with paper u or estimate Job Printing in detail Ofice of lbs wIll cost,he by fareished,staUafsise ..

sickaess and sorrow, for one where there Exhibition at his rooms ia tho Com Uonse.where ;m next day. once a week:, andbaokoneoaweek. using which designated aDd kind of work to boaxeai t-t L .
in of
poocaisat9moneeaweek,1Friday Apalachlcoia,25maes from the manner they are paper
ball he will be found all boon of the 8521 ; SI; Ioeeph' from .
at to
be no more sickness and where sorrow day, happy By Long Swamp and Okahnmpka; .- 'on the books of the Department s"starkidt. Publishers Newspapers who wffl sBBPf* IbIL
and sighing shall be known .no more, wait upon all who would have their pictures well ToAbrahaatownbySp es, 41 miles; -' ." It has been decided,after mature consideration advertisement three moatha.sad loud M the .
forever.Of exeeated. Can before going elsewhere aad examine next that bid a spsetae mode or ra containing-ft addressed to -.Neskitfs 3aIs.lee
between6smandSpm a proponing J
bit specimens and variety An b Form for a Bid vhtrc. no. diansefrom ad- conveyance of as high grade as t..coach ."New Yort, wm be paid in materials el my' .
absent loved ones he often spoke-on Jacksonville. Dee. 261850. r tf 3522 FromHomosaBaat6amonoeln two tint u contemplated by the bidder.: transportation is to be preferred to the star bid.. rthphzYti.cosbe' p1LH.GREEN
them be invoked the best blessing of.Heavc the Department enables it to amount
other Wednesday jTo write the The experience /',
.bebere :
the Circuit Court the State .Florida the may -
14 ease
and assured of his for of ( (o1wsa following rules yin '
desired be 8 ; the i
they might Cedar Keys by p m state the residence ;fay down '
mfuc1 at1rltIllt'DUD1h end. r. .:w. in. and for the Southern Circnit. .And back between 6am 1 pm. :every name or names ill faIl]of(here&o.ma. When the mail oa the route Inset to large as torequire 'No.128 Fulton st-New York,aadNo.nCanalskRowNewOilisa .- tt:'
hereby propose ;
residenoesl bid if >rJan. -
Vat Hour** C*vjsty. AtherTHlda1.' or to I as two hone coach conveyance a star 1 .
-- 3523 From HOIIIOIUI at 2 p .onee .week, Friday on route No.-tmasteTGenmr.. advertisement the lowest wiD bo preferred to the specific hid. .9. 1-
I BILL often u the the mails are of such sue end weight it
JJeeember 1Snitnh 22.When
; dated -.rEw GOODS HKW OOO-"fl
SHIPREW'S."ORT .Edward F..Griffin Complainant, Bv Crystal River,Beaton county an in the the same time stated in the KhedutoseoBtffl as to render necessary expedient in Teareaea PI sabecrfter iaJbms tl.>si la f.
va ; To Long Pond l ery county, (Wiby6pmnextday,53mll .. T ;chfadvertis nent aD.Cby the following to them aloae.to provide *.o coach*S' respectfully hand a *..ral.
Patience S. Griffin. .- Wd.though the highest,will be generally that he has now.s
if state the specific .
wit anee.
or JACKSONVILLE.ENTERED. J4N. :. to the satisfaction of the Court by And back between 6am Thursday and 12 mode of conveyance forthe, to amiaal'x fliers.. preferred tothe-star.hid.to the extent eta .! lOftt of RoaeWHsMLsdeaatlsssj, maflsin '
: appearing The" .
tato the to his and.rUle beat awterifT'.
how eonveyedjj hi order
r u.leo that said Bill has been'Bled,and m next day. S here i'write'Si the sum words.at fall Je8It.h.J.JJatec1' erate difference in the compensation, ease eaaaot be Tbs ots*WI-3'C 1.1.of
to Fort Fanning aie InvfiedTtSee [ is not such to Interfere with the paliey cutting t
tM laid Pa&ieMe Gri5a claod Proposals to extend "** (olgneo.j) difference CWi met c.--- .
la sidsIsdBla
dlrLo8I.: b II .' nat a hearingonssldBilIbebMst 8528.1 e of the new law,which looks to a reduction the "2'1NaII '
'am .
$| w"Ded V. % Co'-s
Pek. G.o. F
<- "W. ; N. f audDniial Cea
thineit TeresofIhisCi. 3321 From firing HOI, Benton county.M Sam 4 cost of transportation.. Exceptions, however 11
9. Brig Adelme F..l\. ealtt Provided That this Orderbe lhliahec1in ones a week,Wednesday. ,J Form ofia'Guamnts to: accompany each' 6id. maybe allowed, when tka star hidTIs made by CoatI 1)aia aacI tueY_.JavIII1 aM. v. SWiU, '." .

CUEAEED. erne public newspaper .,n this State for the term 'By Metendes J. "-Thetmderiigiied therelnsert the nasal.f thguarantee the present owner of the stock on the route and do V..u'w.ct,vst of tM skins .. ftIIIaare4 ,

Jaa.JI-c format, f argcnt.N.T. of four months before the first day..!the said next To Fort Dado by 62 miles i or nl.parut1u that [hen It is manifest that the reasons for. preferring,thejpeclftoblddottotexlsttohisease. ,These that Is &h.Pr1 wBI bSrIsW- .1 .

", : ,'17 'L' ". of said Court. : Andbaekb.tw.snSaad5PmTd. or bidders as the &laeely..l-.-..
MeFarUad .Mateaxas.2t. Tests iDIed..e of bidder or names .UbSshmen *
m once a'week, 'routn of the highest e1aai. where four-
silOs On
JOS. I .JUAINUAoTr.lv 8525 From Melendez their bid for esrnyliglk; .u article.r
'--j" be: gbls(or ) ao..un,
2D. PeLnI.'Jlnrick. N. Y., Judge Fonthern Circuit State of Florida. Wednesday; : case mail may front 'to be aooepteil bj the horse coach or steamboat transportation b required WM. P. DEw IntH. P
and of the maUa
'ToAngasUbylpm,9nules r lie contract bTjhe size importance .
uTB.HAKT. shall enter into dtms7
; '
Pel&Jo.epJaseaMitcbeI2N.y. 6 and 9 am, -\\cd- Postmaster General for the bid will beWeeeei- Sept&f \
And back betwoeu am General pursuant to the preference .specific ,
'25/ 1"otieittf for ComplaInt.Dce.iISl0 the Postmaster ,
< Brig Forest, C Uboft.N. Y. -tin. required 111 .
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i jiErvDt4IciAN "-- : ., -A1gNci' : -; C1FE JLPfBlakcs ______ II ro; it i: -EiYDItY; : GOODS STOUE. AgriciiIturnLsWareUome. J ,ANSWER, TO.. ,;
IS STSRT THITESDXT AT FOR' CLABiSAT ;purchased the entire stock of i 'ri-j
WASHINGTON, G. BARTON'' HP cultural implements,from Messrs. Denslow'. THE t5fRANGERS'n 'CARD
L JMsevU1eflyaI County;E. P.,1 fCpLUHBUS .it M UorjJr. Lathe : ,
tie'North & Webster, undersigned would
from ,, and ,now
F :: i ,DILE\y:. 1V1LMABI E.KENNAVGU this method to inform, his 'friends and HASjust: f4rale in the building formerly occupied public that they ha -e greatly Increased said ; 71011
JL- the public that ho has commenced besides variety of other
generally as the Post Office a new and handaoine assortment stock embracing ft great
I i TTTie Dollarg 'per annum, payaWeSnbicrlptions WEAR ITLAnb5LflcrrEL, 1-EJINSTLVANIA AVItE business in Jaoksonviile East Florida, and solicits of'Fancy"'and Staple Dry Goods which articles generally of the following character and ?

!t vpoiotdr1ng the Paper.i Continues to gfve his prompt attention to the arrangenient patronage-having recently visited New York; le offers at very low prices for Cash; and -respectfully description: Agricultural and horticultural impiemen i"
rhihidclphia .Baltimore and Savann h -at of of the most recent and I
invites the eitisens of Jacksonville and the U every variety,
I ; If not paid before the expiration and prosecution of claims before Congress ,
1 which places complete arrangements- have been vicinity to call suit examine his Goods previous to improved
1. ef the jear, are charged $4. or any of the Executive Departments. made for the successful prosecution ofiairklnds purchasing[ .elsewherc.. 'A\io\ < r description; materials for tanners, curvier,,"and o \

AdrerUsemenU will be InscHed at the following Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida business in which'our Southern Planters are 8-1 and 4-4 Venetian Stair Carpeting from 15 to brass andiron founders, embracing every artk-lc,,
interested. Goods of description, will bo used in their line, including all necessary took, .
every .
23 cent. i't t'i
: fte s One square (of twelve lines) for or Mexican wars; Invalid Revolutionary Half- : '
Bpllar per procured at- short notice and supplied at -very 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. from 45 to &e., at manufacturers prices. ,!
; ; Ike first, and S ninty-FiTd'Cents for every subseqMntiBsertion pay, or Widows' Pensions; Naval or Army; : SMAT.t. TEOFITS.I'UODUCE 62 1-2 cents. -' iscuu.tanor.-Roller and common gins,

*; : To yearly Advertisers a liberal Bounty Land or Scrip, under law of Feb. 111&I7 ,- ) of every kind will be received on 4-4 Super Rag do. 37 1-2 cents. jack screws, store and cotton trucks.-wheel bar-,
a1c or shipment, upon which liberal advance will Men's Kip BooU and Brogans. row, road semi ers, hydraulic rams, force pumps,
4bo ut will be AU transient Adrertisceot or Anguet 10 IBIS heavy
made. ,
: ; Arrearages of Pay and be made. Arranscmeuts made for Stftippi-Ag Tint'lier WomenV,Girls, and Boy., Bootees. patent chains to facilitate the drawing water; ,

(eceopt by persons having a running account Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for of every quality. Men's Bmck Silk lists, from 2 to 3. Georgia'anti French burr millstones;calcine cat-'

? with tiae office) must be paid for previous to pobliPcrsvns Horses lost.:and other I'ropcrtydcstroycd ;'Expenses r BO< >K5, 1'Al'h'R STATIONERY of cveiy Mens and Boys glazed ( apc.*' ?" lags; .Plasterers and raw for farmers; plantation AND ALSO TO.S

.&u. incurred by Volunteers before variety will be kept on hand Or supplied on" 'short Silk and Gingham Umbrellas.V Mills; corn and want mills; screw, mill irons; '

being mustered notice. Carpet Bagii. T bolting cloths, pick, reeds, shuttles and general -P AFFlpAVrr
: : at a distance can govern their remit and received into service ; Waggon-mas -Throngh arrangements ,with- Boo* Publnheri I 'Latlies elegant New Ftylo-;'\\Tiite- anti colored finding for cotton and woollen manufactories.; TOpSEND'S : ,

,.t lances for advertising, by the following rates tOne ters and Teamsters claims ; Marines', sailors', flatter myself that country dealers can bo than supplied Sun lionnets, Ladies colored Straw'BonnoU and MILL MACHINERY' Toou, &c.-Hftviog the IT dir* t S Sill the alt*atloa *f the pibil.te Ike Ml** .
with SCHOOL BOOKS beltcr-ternm they '
on Winter Hoods. Also J for various aId .extensive manufactories,
&c. &cHaving A agency
' square (twelve lines) published six month : Cud f ths Wholesat. Dggl.ss a ihI.c157-4a.M.
I have their orders filled in'New-York
can Canton Crxpo-and CashmereFcarfe rtre shall be'prcparcd'at all times to furnish every '
:4.: s.f. "' ; 1000 all the forms for. all who favor Shawl, wka iis4eS ur tbess S tt*nn n. t wilt W ttn IbM tkS
: ,- necessary a proper It shall be my aim to satisfy may Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging, t6gether with nn species of machinery.on the shortest notice. 's dlffrrrat light, iheM
la iliboigh
: Two squares, for six months, 13 OCNetir presentation claims, together with the rules me with their patronage,, botbr as regards price assortment of Hosiery/(Glove, Ginghams, Cbintes The highest market prices paid at all times for t,pati the matter tOI5J'UtS tflObt4 brY3.sb'w.f.ssd 8trMw.

i t i to debtera and creditors! -, 10 IXApplk and regulations] governing 'the .'different Depart and Duality. AGENGiE. .. Mousb'neDe Laincs.-Cashm -"Shirtiiia wool<- ,s-hocpfkinu, and hides. All usual produce cotimlssiou.of the Iaten4at1 pattloK the qu U6 .05 tl* b,U tS Mi Dr.'.s..eft.
tato received and sold for the
Sheeting ami
,Osnaburgs Va
Aion for letters administration, 5 OCFe'r ments, ho is prepared, to undertake all claims, olwhat The agencies1 of several 1injrtant'PATacT a variety of Hmallwares'Whitc, 'IVcftl'awl Colored ,
what. B
rl aaMancement candidates for office,.5 OfNe I kind soever, that may require* J the services .MEDICINES have been',obtained, among,'which ia Black and olored sulk Cravats, &e! fcc. No. 171 KaytfrfctttSyvanwiJi: Go. so and dop turn$ wu.tk5 the bottlti t as"'*" '.suud.$ ? .! ,:P.\utlj 414 fwna"a

unless of an 'Agency at Ibis Jacksonville, Nov. 23th_ 1830n ; tf '
place. .
r annpunctment will be made the same ., S'In -
( t .,.-REFERENCES.-Messrs. Pailelfurd, Fay & Co.; taking aS
c ? le aeeempanied witi th amount charged. I TarlicuL rAttcniion given tp the proper settlement ; Eastern Circuit Swift: Dcnfilowj SdAttbateV. ., Oct 2I-tf>\!I'k wee .plBgth T'.i '
Courf Dnvdf .
qfrFlotiila, l Tjr.- i ,-.1 ,
of Quartormasters"acconnt. .- ; ... -
; Editorial netted. for private benefit will -boe .M -:----- .
'Couii1y Atlanta Oa. Fcniale Scjnlnnri' .THECAW.,. .
( ) *ti :
I b.srg.d double the rate of a4vertWg.It.IigiuzObtasr /* >Charges injiaera regulated by,the amount 'f 'm* fr -
VicrdsgDrugaIs. .
iifexreieef eouh w'eibs r Ttta
'cliumej and'the services George Burt, pltff.j .? Thic'bo erfcd"
; 'extent of
and Marriage notices,will : required.. : .vs -t 4. ,t on the first MomUyJu .July List,under the 4eir,to ,t> tbtla.jj'i'i$ a ma! thai vt b4 4* It is JjwH

.4 : b. Thhe! gTtIr. AU communications, to insure i insertion, must Eliilia, hell and.EUzalicth f.'i charge of A. 11. Kell.im, principal in ths literary, P. ...llmeill..s.sejopiiOi

Cwamunjoetions; must be post paid. be postpaid. "' dcc-i-tf' Hall, his wife a the iiarsic arid orna* In rtfsrte C. k Uttht e,

,. for foreclosure of m rtgiio lou West I mental 'department with assstanL4 othi'gh qualifications. prspstMlOtIOaiP-Ol4 JfcT ob-Towamt's IfttteSCHICFFELtN. -
-' -' -+ -. c -- Half of lot nnnibcrfive hi number The?"'Institution Will be< divided into. parlflewx7 Lsi. swIe41aboi. kjads,,., .. --.-
Pqitare ,(en.eitnated
; ,:T.: r JAMESSVLLI3'AN in thc.{town TJaclwonville four claascsfourh,,thirdi-Junior, and Junior. A BUOTIILM i.CO,104 and 108 Joaa itN.Y.
r .. PHILIP F RAZE Ri : ; Ifo.1 ia AVliItaker-near Hoy' Street, 'and State aforesaid. >, : -- ,j -. -. preparatory .departmcut.will IAS attached to the .

I *ATTORNEY: COUNSELLOR At LAW; ; y&tf.N'Aji 'd A: REMEDY llpVVORMSunquestionably I school, and conducted an Jcrtb.9 supervision of the BUSIlTOX, CLARK: COJI10 fcr'sTS Bmdwty 4f so
,, ,- appearing to the Court by Uitfaflidavit of JMclJohert principal. The schrfol lias"beennrnisnod with a ': *: '. AitorUoM XT..

4 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., '. fVHOLESATlE ASD BETAIT.- Baker, enj. Attorney for the'Jlaintilin fine and well selected apparatus,globes,oelrtmouK \NOflTON,MBXlCL&,WOQD,.139 Iidf LA5,
the best WORM MEDIC-UK !iii that the.sui tEli3hi '
case, *
use; < "
win attend professional business entrusted TIN Jlf:; ARE;MANUFACTORY, it u a positive remedy, and can always be depended Hull, i.s not to be found within the jurisdiction :of cal, geographical, phouographical,sound charts,,. ,IIAVILANOICEESCOSOMaidenJ.a., d,

U him in tic Courts of the Eastern Circuit' ', ; tEALIr ZN on and is perfectly safe iu Us operation* this Court.but eupixised to reside in tho State map, &u., on a Urge, scale of the, to room'A he seen and.rcmllistinrtlyrromiiny 'DAVID UiNMA 69 Water Street, .,??, ** .
t and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has Japanned. Bi-ttaitln, PlnnJslicd AVare, t ,- S .* AI.SO ** of Texas. ': of, cbome books part aLto belongs to the good school- IrAYDoctpnus; 3CLt2i rjmerltr.et' AA.J
It la Orderctl That"the said OsOoO: &JNNINCta3PrIstrte' 6I.
connection with J' *" PAR LEY'S ARABIAN 'IIEAVJ3 i REMEpY, therefm-i: ; Elisha for the of tho .
, also such n advantageous an llall) do and th&saiJ use IAlils.- ., .
A J.L kinds of Cooking'Stoves arid 'of An article"great merit and whichjno'onerbo! appear an.-iwcr. petition within The chol3."tic sear will be divMed into'two sesrionsof -.
able L&wyeat\VashIngton city, as will ensure' Ranges, Horse should be without! the time prescribed by law, or ju >wns a twenty"weeks each there will bd Ic.-K't'
jfm.the at
approved patterns for families ;
him iri ill-fault
given against thereof. .
and collection of such claims as lORKENLEAK .
; prompt speedy 'examination each B.&UST & HOUGHTO. W Job* Street,' >
hotels, and ships 5 aud'nll other Stoves for;parlor, Dr. Christie's, Galvanic ,Belt,. UrIfleiqts It it further ordered, that tho above notice bpubli onopnblro sconanstqsr-
be placed; in his band*, against the United hall 'or "Stove I terly report will be sent, to.cpch t K1NSLY,4ACortlndtSL do
4 Kay public places. Pipe and every dot Necklace nnrt Magnetic JU.it ia. Iicd Jn some published in the .parent or gnu rI
States.Sept.. scription ,of, Sheet Iron Work made at notice..; town'of Jacksonville,ucwspajjcr in said I I lian, girin1'> i it fnlTa Mt statcihwrt' ftflSrstoBc-t %ViLTEU B. TOWNSEND CCO.223 Pearl SU o.
county once
all ,
the' Removal ''and Ptrnutvtnt Cyrc every
1,1349-Iy. Force"and Lift Pump, Beer. Pumps, Lead PirKSJ For of two weeks/or Cj.irinoiitli3.Til ing. uejiortment, and csjiensea of tlie pupil. OLCOTT M-KESSON t Coj\ZlMUeu Laa, o

4 ,Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, Oalvanizodlron,&c. And of those' Complaints which are caused by OS. DOUGLAS, Judge, &c., &e. RATES OF Trrrro.N.-.-Preparatory 'cfa**, per JOSEPH E.'TWPPETl MaiJemi Lane,- 4..

CASH purchasers of Tin Ware can be supplied'' weakened or unhealthy! condition of Nov. 20, IcCO. session, JjS; fourth and third chaws.; 13: junior FOU&FALINCAee10h328LMONTAGL7L J

'j! J. P. SA.NDERSOJT, at prices as low as they can buy iu.Ncw York or an impaired, J. Mcll. BAKER, Esq PUffi*.Atty, untiscnor; classes, 20; lumio pioiur forte. 2i; gui WAU3 & CO.,83 Maiden Lane. >

elsewhere. Orders from Florida,South Carolina, the NERVOUS SYSTEM. I Isadorc V. Gariiic Clerk tar, looniamcrtiil )branches, 10; vocal muif, 2jj
aTTORXBY ASD COCSSELLOR AT LAW and the interior solicited. ; paid Court, do THOMAS & MAXWELL, 80rjUian St 4*
are rh.,beautiful of the certify that library and incidental expense: per 'rfnortcr, 1;
tie above
an.l apjtlication icrcby is a true copy of JACKSON, ROBINS i & "CO 13i Wrtw St 4..
f ; removed bis office from Columbia Aug. 29, 1850. .tf No pupil received for a less time tuna '
sterioits GALVAN1-M; nnd Al AGETISM he; nrlor! l'uilicitioa! : in she above entitled one sesf '
HAVING powers case,
;: to Jacksonville, Duval County, has been pronounced by rMiuguithcd ou file in my office. Zon,ad nodcductioa'niade( ualcjs for'j-roJraetcd GRAHAM t CO., (GOld Slip, t, do.

; mpeotfnlly informs his friends that he will continue FASHIONABLE TAILORING. Physicians, iKithln Europe nnd the United Estates, Witue.'s iny h'nn and the seal of said Court, i! sickness. MARSH Jfc NOIlTnROPT'6!) Pearl 8t do' 4

I the practice hia profession, as formerly. to be the t>ict valuable mcdivinal discovery rf the/ (I.. a.] thmNov. 21st. lj0. j From their experience and former snccc 'tJiey ?}ff.RWOOD&"CoVflN U l'eul Sh
: I feel confident rendering fall satisfaction" Their .
Age. It.V.GARN1E,Clerk, C. C. D. C. INGEKSOLL& BROTHER. PeirlSt. 4V
? He will attend at each and, every Term ofF The Subscriber would pectfally inform on. ivi&cox's Nov. 23-l 550-4in. 1 facilities for imparting instruction are rarely B. A FAIINESTOCK fc CO.,49 Jobs St.. > .

theCircuitCourt in the several Counties of citiccns Jacksonville and its vicinity Conipoatid Extract of Snrnnimrllln, i equalled. The advantages of the locution need IB cotaectua. with thi. w* gigs a* txiiMt.f 5 Cart peb.
that be has taken the rooms formerly occupied Columbia Tax V not be mentioned, Access to tluf place unequalled Ikbed sit th mi.il tereI tkity.B' *C
tbe Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Original Townsemts. County Collector' Sale. by principal
of ,
. 4 by Col. Sanderson law office and health nndonbted. Hoard be had in the
. ad a where he 'in can them th* Ur Hamilton In. the Middle Circuit, the Supreme tends carrying on the above business in which -TT IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY, fly VIRTUE of authority in me by Lvw vest best families on reasonable term*. For any infor- Nearly tw cty Phy ieiana&ir tkeir l >timay al**. Ia tktf

:- ; Ceart at Taliahassee, and the U. S. Court at SIAvgustlne he will endeavor io merit a share of the public _L AND easily provetl by.u3, thatTOWNSEND ed, I will expanse for sale, in front of the Court mutiou wanted, address the principal, Atlanta, Card there are a* two tpialoa*i* ibis matUr. OU .Ja '
patronage. He will band house door in the town of Alligator, on the GU. oct24-Sm
keep constantly on a f*
All business entrusted to his care cob Twnr.s4s Sar &|>arilla i* TH*
; choice assortmut of fine French Broad Cloths, did obtain from DR. W1LCOX the receipt for first Jl/onday in June, A. I). J&31,437 acres of j preferaU ia their Mtiwaiioa to S. P.s aitiel

. will receive prompt attention. Cnosimeres, Vesting, Trimmings, &c., which manufacturing the original hind owned by Smith & Webster"or, so much DUViIL1COUUtyTaCO11eCtOr'Sa1e. J Bead

. '; Addreil-J. P. SAXDEESOS, Jacktotivitte, will be made to order-oil the most reasonable : thereof as will pay the State and county tax due MY VIKTCE of authority in me rested by !

; .: : IhI1poIty, Florida. terms. JOHN HENRY. and.that he 1J7LCOXCO31POU.V1)did. after the character thereon fur JiSO, and oil necessary Cx1exu.cs attending law, I will cxf-ose for sale, in front of the Court- a CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
Jacksonville and reputation saul levy anil fSllt s
Oet. 3d 1850. tf }
:. Jaekjonvirie, Jan. 17, 1830. tf \>as established, as being.the most Bouudiirict described on the day of sale.A. i' house door, in the town of Jacksonville, OP. the H' We, the CndsrsiRM-l. Phy iei a* aad Drag*!*!* STork. *

. ; -- first AJoadiiy of.May,A.D.1351tLc following tract : BtnoVljn ana WUian.rburt. fcl allod up.s I. stoS.ptTInD1 .
MclXTOSII of land, or so much thereof will the Tssis4SSari.
; 1eQVEEN as pay sum L view. .f ib. r. .rit .5 il's $w
J. in the world, for the following diseases, such Sheriff mind ex of. Tax Assessor
: ATTORNEY AT IAIV BOWLING ALLEY, BILLIARD SALOON, Scrofula Evil and Collector of eighty-two dolUrj1'and nicciy-oco cents, .pIU&I. Ofthoelaiia* preferred by sbs pselt.. I. 1b
b as Consumption, King's Salt Columbia co.
I: ? [S-29l,1 the saoie being the amount of th Rheum Nov. 13th
WrlJ.attend.the Circuit Courts in the Eastern &c. hryshiclas, Sc&ld Head, 1'i hl- Alligator, lS30-21tds
of tax assessed against the estate of L'unt-un L. to .eltl that matter Wtwoea tbcaiwlTM, Bat w* feel Ik**

Clreoit'tlbeUoited States District Court at St.Angntine ,{HUE SUBSCRIBER has jut opened, on BAT ness tation the Chert of the,Hoivrt Dyspepsia,all Palpi Nassau Tax I Clinch, deceased, leyied on raid land for the year v* ensht U giro tie reueo* wky w. pnf.t U.**aad UOU

; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; JL STREET, North title, cne door from the corner Nervous Afiectiong, General lability., :uic| Fluor Al- County Collectors Sale. l&il, and also to puy the Siiia of *stcca d'/.Urs Dr. Jacob Tuwasend'i t.r'&pailIs to Jlr. 8, f. T.waaaav

. Claims for citizens in of. Liberty street, a KESTOHATIVE, BOWT.IXO bus Whites Rhcumati/m Y virtue of authority in me by law vested, and fifty-eight cents, [16 &?*,] the aniount. of tha' aad IIT time |>nbie tojnd whether e arc "d. *srs&4
aad part or LiverConi'laints B
i iwoseente- any ALLEY, and BILLIAKD SAI.OOS. The Establishment Caucctons 'rtyphili will expose formic in front of the Courthouse county tax on aid land for the came year, togethcr iviedler*,'and not t. U United."ky dia>(4. .,

:;, Florida against tbe Government at Washington, has been fitted up entirely new, and ia Open &c. &c., Humors, JNleunrial Disea- door in I\assail county, on the fourth .Mon with all necessary expenses attonjin. said I t L Oar c-xperlanee and obttrraUa hare otUttd *. tkat tk*

; I ,itfcer-before* Congress or at the Departments. for the reception of. visitors at the usual hours. ss.For oine and doubt in to day January 1651, 4U) acres of land owned by levy and sale: said tract of land being situated I i Old Dr.** Sariaraiilla p no order
; 0,- AODEEW, Jacksonville, East Florida. THE BAlt make it cheap purpose, (for the grnnino ciiniiot be made Seymour. Ticket, or so much thereof as will pay [ in said county of Duval, ou the west bank of the a S F.T,VD eitd-.aad tbe testha.ay IbpsUic
9M) taxes due thereon from liMo and all j St. John's river opposite PicoliUa, containing I wonld I and uak IS atatter
Has been supplied with the choicest liquors ] without nsces.sary e ai to th* acm. w* alway a
; i May 2,1850 tf beverages to suit every palate will" be am such great Corrosive expense Sublimate,) pollute it with minerals, expenses attcniling said sale. Boundaries ten thousand and fifty (lO.0tJ] &tere?,and boiuulcd L, ot eoc,eienee aad duty wba two ar iel. Warlajftfc* cajarr
prepared as Salts
: f ** with despatch. The delicacies of the will &c. &c. Sulphcr, described on day af sale.1 .- as follows : On the cast by the Jft. John's river aame, and porporiin te ear* th*tarn dicj iar*ta ajarkrt
season Saltpetre <
*! J. flJcRotoert Bakers be at all times supplied. Now in, A. J. BRADDOCK, gnuth by lands belonging to the Rime estate, west to tell that irbich *s eomiJ.r the b .U Tk* fad tkaf lIP
of the above abuses DrWl .
consequence Sheriff Tax Coll by public hmd-i, and north by lauds belonging to> Towa.eai'. Sar ,parila ka* greatly .rtd, fer BHaa*
j: ATTORNEY& UXSELLOR AT LA IV The Billiard Table LCOX has concluded to give bn whole time oct 24-td3 ami ex o. ector rainier &'Ferris the ol.l .
same being an graat.URIAH sploded th* bottl.. tbenby giviax cna diMtbla4iM SI'
', JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA.WrLt' Has been imported expressly for the House, and and talents to the manufacturing of Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale.HT BOWDKN, oar eniorat*, ka* iaCoeaeed.ia *ar prefena f.tk 01*

;t praetice in the Courts of the Eastern is of the most beautiful construction, with air and in ills OJP7V ORIGINAL COMPOUND, >y virtue of authority in me by law vested, Tax Collector and Assessor Duval ceanty. Dr.'* prtrarativa. ITlea asked ly *ar at.aiTi bt *ar
India rubber cushions. primeval state of vegetable purity so thai '
Jacksonville, Oct.2G, 1S50. 3I-Ws. opinion* wtich beli T aaJtf all eirevantaa U *S tk*
ItS v* *
I will for wile in front of the Court
of Cir
Ctreolt, la Hamilton county the Middle the afflicted of all classes may have a healing expose
The Bowling Pins and Ball prefer**** U 014
best, wbooldaoth4ltauiasi iaa ear
evit in Benton and counties of the balm: for all of the above complaint And from house door, iii Nassau county, on the fourth
4 Ililbhorough Are also from the Duval County Tax Collector's Sale. Dr. Jaeeb Tevaead'*. Witk ike. iew.,w*hss tk ) pb-
$ just workman, and every convenience his knowledge for the last ten of the Monday in January, 1831, 3O acres of land
?4L Southern Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tal- for the entertainment and comfort of guests I derful healingyproi ,
(t Ubasaei, and.in the United States District Court has been provided. hesitates not to gay, to you, that ho warrants a as will pay $6 13 taxes duo thereon from 1&45,p law, 1 will expose fur sale in front of the Court preparation that prefcreace wkiek U .s.s t*deatiT* M anedicisomponi&

:. for'the Northern District of Florida; and will I cordially invite the public to call nt this Establishment cure ofA rand[ ALL cf the above disorders, if and all necessary expenses attending said sale house door in the town of Jacksonville, on the| a.vefl aa tk* *fci* *1 tk* p..pt..ssraatIy *-

tlalms the United States before assuring them that I shall Vpare noeffort persevered iu according to the directions. -Don't Boundaries described on the day of sale. first Monday in May, A. D. 1331, the following I ,, aaaiAjted ia lie favor.t .
. prosecute against to contribute to their rocrention. my that you have tried Sarpaparillad and have; A. J. BRADDOCK, named tract of land, or so ranch thereof as will t Philip Merlle. V. I>. Sn3'Crin
. -; Congress and the Departments at Washington. GEORGE F. SKIFF. not been bencfiUed, so you won't try ,oct 2 HdJ Sheriffand ex off. Tax Collector pay the State ant! County tax assessed against C..U. Neniie.i.3JO! Broome, M. D. 4*.

Being located at Jacksonville for life, he will'L Jacksonville, January 17, lS3)). tfT. DR WILCOX'S. Benjamin Thompson and due thereon for theyear c H.; A.D. Nevmaa wyn. ,.. X.M.D.D.172 GtlankU Cherry so?. RtTlaxUa *4*

'1 give"hs! 'entire.and unremitting attention to bis Foe there has been many of the name trot up Kwaau Cuunty Tux'Collector'* Sale. A. 1). ISDW, together wall au necessary expenses H. Pavtoa. II. D. 6M Greeawich rvr. Bamw W
VAIfCE'S attending said levy and sle. said tract D. 1) Belkaao. M. D. 115 Ar. C **
pr.fevioI,' and all business entrusted to his care on the reputation of this article, and we tell you virtue authority in me by law vested, I ['I of land is shunted in said county of Pnvat ontho A. K. C:.... ]|. 1J. eor. RiTiagtaa k Ckry li*
confidenllv that thoSARSAPARILLA John Hintoo. M. D. ISlfrti AT. 4.
TTOX GISS. for in
trill front of the
t't' shall meet irith prompt attention. expose Court- [I' cast bank of the St.John's river,containing twen- C.S.Be1dmg.M.D.iOSPsAv. '. Os.
HOOT I mouse minor in Nassau county, on time fourth 3/on-I, Dr. Gea. ?'ewby. M.DSSCaaai ..
and bounded JoUows Ou the
ty-onc acres, as :
11 Jaekjonville, Augnrt 29, 1850. tf 7'he SubcsIbcrl.egs leave t6 inform the i is, though excellent in iU miiilities: one of the hay in January, 1S51,2000 acres of land owned bv west by the. St. John's river, on the north by Dr.Dr.Franeia.31.Pap, V.D. Broome D. S Kirlnstem e Torsytk > ,4k 4*

JL planters of Hea Inland Cotton and the public most inferior injcreilicnU of tiifc, may wo not truly the heirs of John T.Low, or so much thereof will : and belonging to A. M. Head, and on the cast Z.L. I.eGrin4 TeL M.D.aMEr-ora* 4*

. A Card. ,that ho can supply them with 1m double and say IVvndtr-H'wking Cmnjiumul pay $15 75 taxes due thereon for 135O, and all necessary by lands belonging to Moses Curry, on the south]. H. f. Pridham. M. D. Hker.Sth **e. 4.

.4(''I 1NTElbIG to leave the State,I have transferred single Now friends, these assertions are true to the expenses attending said sale. Boundaries by lands belonging to the heirs of hgbert B. Lird- ,. J.M.W.N.Troatman.Gtlehrlst. M.M.D.D.3S 3)4)Staataa Caa l i? 4H. V

.: i Ii professional business to J. VcRoBEBT BAKEH.EsqV SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTOS Gixs. letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but described on the day of sale. sail. i 5... lar3n U. 1). 69 Caaal >
tty. because we have a right to.the benefit of truth, A. J. BRADDOCK, I J. Witherell. 3i. P. 62 Oliver 4,
$ Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. F in- No doubt is longer entertained they are best and it is also true that if you will call ou us, we oct 21-tds Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. URIAH BOWDEN, Charle ?. Fay.1**Chamber e*
Gins in and the Subscriber
use, flatters himself, Tax Assessor and Collector, Daval county. Uenry Trimmer. ZT Whiubalt 4A.
: eladjng all such matters as were entrusted to my from the general satisfaction he has given for the will give you names and residences of people who Jacksonville Oct. 26. IdoO. 31-tds ] *. Daridso ZS Moaro '' Es
Gen James A. Feden of which all inter- last be will receive their have been cured discuses which has astonished Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. i C. Aihmead. Jr. SiMGraad < 4*
, care by seven years, rapport. not only themselves but I heir and also Reuben E. M...*. .100 Grin 1 4*>

,i... es&d will please take notice. Prices and low workmanship., aud the Gins made of the best materials ,,amnesofsoine. ot our, best physicians physicians, ,who are B Y virtue authority in me by law vested, I Diii-al County Sheriffs Sale.BT J. II.Tatt.L. Cook..115th 199 ttU i Tea ATeaa** 4XiUi Es

Mr.'Baker's business reputation for diligence using, recommending, and selling largo quantities will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse C. Mirth, aw Cherry >
: BOXES AND BRUSHES of Dr. Wilcox's Compound. Be door in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon VIRTUE of authority rested ia me by Beojamiit 1i& 2> Spnjs Es.Jo.epi J
and attention are sufficiently well established to for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest to get that with the name of "J. very M Wii.-careful day in January, l1, 100 acres of land owned by law, I shall expose for sale, in front of the Court I..LCeI. 12'JA.C AT .4.
Albert W. Gobble lleutea aa* .
.ensure promptness to all matters in his hands.Tbis .- rates. cox" on the outside Libel or you may bo in- I. Marauder, or so much thereof as will pay house door, in the town of Jacksonville, on the Alex. P. Boyd. 190 H*.ter eor. 4*

"transfer isva sufficient manifestation dray Agent iVILLEUJSGA j'urcd rather than bcnefitted.If $2 46 taxes diva thereon (mom 1S45, and all neceaary irst Monday in January next, between the Alfred )Vanb. Tarick ctr. Hamwtley Os
& loursof 12 and 2 o'clock, 100 head of stock cal L- Samuel Taylor 3.7 lUeeekir 4.
AcosTA.Ccntrevillago Ga. said sale.
attending Boundaries
c. wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is expenseS
etafidenee In bisprofessional ability and Integrity. you we D. D. Tn'.lmaa. Sit H v itoa 4*>-
MU.MFORD & HAKBI.S tie, five pair of and timber cart.
the of gale. oxen, one
:. have the privilege referring to the first men of described on day Joihna Green, ItM Chamberi *
; 'CHARLES P. COOPER, N. A. HAEDEE, Savannah, Ga. the community. Principal JfOcc A. J. BRADDOCK, Property levied upon to satisfy an execution in'avor Xorillo k Roblim. P.arl cor. CrrnL 45
B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. C. of Joseph B. Watts, against V, in. Had U. Parker M. D. Myrtle AT. er. Camll BrooUrr
f I .|Lxi:;ij; 29,1850. Attorney at Late. R. R. REED & Co., Palatka. E. F. 173 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK, oct 24-Ms Sheriffand ex. off. Tax Collector. dock. Fi.fit. Watts vs. Haddock.. J.e.Tfr I). Ayre Sleight.. Atlaati M. I>. 43 eor.Jimei Uary, Es'5

S. B. THOMI-SOM & Co. Black Creek, E. F, And corner Green and Beaver sis.. Albany, and Property pointed; out br defendant. S. P. L*.d*. Court eor. Atlaati 4.

I ? Attorney at Late, Jacksonville! E. Florida. PATTERSON & KINO: Burnt Fort, Ja. over the country. y virtue authority in me by law vested, I i J.. Iliyweod M. Wright., 137 Colnm.Court c. Sackett do.

4 A. A. DELOEME, Darien, Ga. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC will expose for sale in front of the'Courthouse' Oct. 31-td Dep. Sheriff. !, J. Preieott. O Ujrtie Arena Es

1 .. NOTARY PUBLIC. J.vo. S. FYI.EU & Co., Beaufort, S C. Don't be deceived by a certificate attached to door, in Nassau county,on the fourth Mon P. Uead. Smith eor. Baltic ES

.1t : Commissioner appointed by the Governors of GEORGE L. BUOWN, Ncwiiansville, E. F. each bottle of Towuscnd's which certifies Clint day in January, 1651-, 400 acres of land owned by Natsnit County Tax Collector's Sale.Y .- I I J.C.Badeaa.C. Smith.101 ClinUa Myrtle Ar.cor.oor.Bait Daffl.UT )* Bnoklp, ES *

' tbe following States to take.Testimony Affijaritsand War. DELL, '4 each bottle is compounded and made under tno: the heirs of Mills Drnry, or so mrtcb thereof as J. D. Kawill. 26 Graad. .
A. WATERMANOcala.E.F. of James B.. virtue of authority in me by'law vested, LPTIOSL 71 do5H.CiykX.IIoere&Gr..awiek''
supervision Chilton
Chemist, avhoLiu will pay $9 91 taxes duo thereon from ISIS, and B I
Acknowledgments to be used therein : J. W. PEAKS.-W, Orange Springs, E.F. been hired for that purpose. .Now let us see all necessary expenses attending said sale. ..Boundaries 'will expose for sale,in fiott of. the Courthouse C.B. V. lioth.319 Gretawiek.Y'm. Os

Maine, Virginia, A. DuMiAit & Co;, King's Ferry and Traders how it looks, when this Chiltou resides 130 miles described. on day of gale. . door ia Nassau cOimty-on the fourth Moi L,1 B. Maaa.di Broadvay Os.fleYlEa .
: i Vermont North Carolina Hill. from the manufactory. This wo think a great A. J. BRADDOCK day in January, 1S51 ZX) acres of land owned I: I aotlced witk. great pleas,,* a1**CuD TO TIB

: Massachusetts, South Carolina,: THOMAS VANCE. imposition on the public, and calculated to deceive oct Hd3 Sheriff' and'ex off. Tax Collector. Sarah Pettjr.-oi' EO.muuh thereof as will pay 94 S& PuBLIC pat forth ky *TU SUtj FbTneiaa*aad DPs.i

Js St. Marys, Ga., May 30/1830. tfAdministrator's the unwary, but judge ye for yourselves.ALSO taxes due thereon Ti-oia"lSl5, and' 'alt necc ary] ia tbs Citj of New Trk *a tk* T.1UTS asii*t tk* t*

..' Connecticut Georgia, for several Kinds of"Vegetable rills," expenses attending said sale. Boundaries described ToTrmeaiT Saruparillat, im wkjek'freat prefereae b* >-
; .+ vYork '' ''Alabama.1 .' including, Rev. Dr. llibbanl's well Nassau Tax .on the day of sale.
known anti- .Colecto'sale.
; Not ice. .! County pretMd ia f Tor si OLD DX. JACOB ?OWKBZIDI
1 tPennnylrania Mississippi '[I Biliou Fills, and Wild CherryiBiftcra.-Orders iY virtue of authority'in ': ere* that mad* ky HrJ 3.'?. TOwSHS4.i's.Ss.
date I shall apply to tbe Hon. me bylaw vested, I
' SIXwecknafior. from any part of the Country will receive B oct 24-td.i 'Sheriffand. off.Tax Collector.-
.Th ,prompt > : tbe Cadureitaed da sos aordiallj oeaew ia I0WswomilLths.toz.easeieatlsIy5ss.u154 .
. Delaware, Texas., ; / of JJawau couhty for let attention. will expose for sale, in front of.the Court
; !;fl Maryland I.. ,ters administration the estate of Mary Geigcrdeceased. house door in Nassau county on tha fourth Mon ;i tbe atakae >
ly Nassau
:' "r aag *: Countg Tax Collector's Safe I
t, JACJJ3( .GEIqR. Address J. HVMcRORY, day in January, 1851, 400 acres of land owned by ; Old Br. Jacob'* Saruparilla iaka4 of 8. P/

ds Ia.ssauconnty, Oct.31-6t -' ., Jacksonville E. F. the heirs Horatio Low, or so much thereof as B Y virtua'df au optyia 'pie" by Law Vested,I Keen t Cenlwa. BsltIii.sb 4.

aluitbIe'LandF. r.. Sale. Oct.l2lh.lS50. Cm. ,. .. will pay $1 Co taxes due thereon for 1350, and all .w U expose for sal., In.front of[the Court .J..F. CaJlaB, WaahrX Di&dC.I.5
.. house door in Nassau the J. Giflh. Laneaiter reaB.Dr .
necessary expenses attending said 'sale. Boundaries county'ou fourth MOm .
tbi) *8 Agent for tbe owners- the undersigned bf:4ers Notice. ; D. W. Dyolt X:Seat. TbiJa.; 4en "a
.: : described on day cf salt -.* ,: -. duy January, 1S3V40Q acres of land owned by I Jobs C. ErowsFottivWS .,ds .
._- .?: for tale the following valuable tracts olXae A llpcrsbns.indcbtcd. 1otbEsLatc'; :'of Eliza.CiL .rs'arJi1 ',A- i A. Jr BRADDOCK, thelicirs ofGriffisor.so muck''thereof will pay J. W. Simentoa, PbasIrvfllS : .1
sadto.iti' ee '. ;beth M. Uerrie; _deceased,1are, required to for'Sale.1f 9 90 taxes due thereon froar IJ45! JwSOmdtkCo..aUstI-A. i
;and all
..J '* ,. oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. neccssary -. j
Low Tract ibit05
situated et the head of IndianrivwriKmtlniriff make immediate -* lIastlns & N1hal. *
payment the.tindcrslgned said fealol'
and : q expenses attending
; .. WILL dispose of,at private ale, : (.Jescntedou Ci'.k r. Jr.,BtSwrnu, t de'
five hundred acres more or less all persons having demand against,*taid estate; ,the day faie. .* .
;; j.iay fann ontha t'John's riv- it. &JJiion. Pit. Rut. I
. I Tbe- Q to -Mzst& 'Corfector's..Sale.Y ttsbsb
are requested present them properly attostcd at the Curitg Tax : .BnAnDocx : John P1emin -
Cr, mouth of Julington ,
; Mtf tb* month tke St. John's river, upno8ed within the time prescribed by law. : -3 _' creek, U. .I Bve'vI*.Ustow$ Y ,..
:': ; let eonUHi- over,'two hundred' Wcutof: sixteen miles.above-.Jacksonville. virtue of authority in me by law Tested, oet 24-tds .Sheriffand ex.iffTai Collected ettrdy ltssdl.g "- 4.
acres including 1tJ.Yhl ):p. HOLLAND
t ,, The situation is known j3Cyrus Betta. J'r.Lh1k& Z 4.ISiJ f
; tie most.;beautiful __ I will expose for Bale1 in front of the Court _-' ,
- : some fine hamtaock land.of. < t .
jtl9t1h- v tr. e ,, John.Horto Doyletw* 4*.
.- I. woodland hi the vicinity ? -- _; .- I _' pn the riveri&ml is / healthiness, house door, jn Nassau county,'on the fourth Mon Jacksonville .. .Xpkrain P. Liits, mo.sr T ,* 1.-w.

L..t Jacksonville,' nUining thirty Y*Administrator** IfotleeV'; /casoof,(6vcr(.baring-ocenrre&here2 for day in'January,* 1851/123 acres of land1 owned by M Hotel., r v4 .-. \Lywa ft-Ckaadlrt. La.sb.1 ) fcd: a't4C,.
The dwelling is Suaimerlin much B It Lyons, MoitrnEl'.Lvons
spacious and thereof
years. comfortable or eo
.t Joseph will
4'; j x ; pay y1IIE Subscriber having become the Hsrsosy' Esi I
Also m tract containing one hundred acres'poodptaajUar SI3w'months atterdate, I/shalijpresent my ac and calculate1! lor the t accommodation of. a large $2; ffl taxes duo thereon from'1S45, and all pceesI8aryv.expenso aoid BoUrFroprwtorfof'tWsiwcUt purchaser .,flobrt oyW.1I,5.r.4.' ,,
vouchers the Hon./Judgo o" family. The land is of good quality nd-well '1attendlng said 'sale,? cnowar\ \ CBeebe D.lswsrs
Uad Boundaries
,oa Pablo creek the month of HOTRL
near : respectfully the
public ]L .
1'rpbrte for. final general Ws.m Zs 4.
county, a settlement for '
adapted cotton. There is of ealo. '
the tH oh'.rher. -i a flourishing Orange described on'day that ho has f /monECWtf ?'* }* !
' > '- -j as Administrator of ibe .estate of Johu added to the'former boost} twsuty-odd .J:) e *...d.W *
Tie above of. MiJdlc- grovo on the,premises, which formerly A. r
tracts _
land will be sold at reason .. produced ,, JvBRADDpCK, more comfurtable roomsi.rith over five ; 1.oIb.wt, Us.tht : V.4.-
/ 'baudrcd
top deceased. I ,
;'- ;? ; .: an income of a thousand ]oUara inlwin pot,? B. Massey. Sos.ry 0.N .
ablejptieei ad on-good terms.- -Address- .* : ( ,( shortly oct 2 i-tds Sheriff and'ex. off.4TiQollector. feet front, with ptaaioi.in front and rear, makingit Prhh .ke
.T1IOAIAS'.W.JONES; isI pmw.
: :
do from tho
Abe us J half 'of the dwelling home and lot ol ; BO.again, present thrifty and healthy M comfortable as Hotel ia the South- ., YGflh1L5MgsZm4agi,
laai fv Ja ks.BvQl ;'near the Court House square 'sept. 26. ,Admii>itrntor. appearance of the t.ccs. The Post Office of Mandarin :Nassau County; ; TaxCdicctor'iSaie which-now--enable any him to accommodate ov -'C7H.iWalOTt--

belor tbe same which is occupied, by1 J.oscph VineT mil s, aidthe-st.eamboat, hundred and fifty persons* .H5 4abie will 1 be Crone J.D.Lves.Va.Iro Henry M array, Lsckp.st rfVJ
Lu,'Eaqr T '1otic ;' pass and repass before the house/on their regular BY virtue of authority in rile by law'vested,1! under the,superintendence bf'atffexperienced r CttarltaW. Badxor. ]Nswuk N4 J.

. *4* >:bnridred'and forty. aore> on the cast TO TIIE.OFFICERS: trips toami from tjavannah.; -Those wishing to will expose for sale, in front of the Court howo-kceper of the North,' by'whose aid he flat S. A. Sbtrmaa Treato Os

. side of Fleming Island, on the St. John's River, AND SOLDIERS r secure this valuable property may vail on, or ad- house door, in Nassau countyon the fourth Mon ters himself ho stall not be rivalled by hot tcr A Joha Watkias.ady.Craftoa Bellewt Paflf, 'Vs .

rt, between the 'laads-.Messrs. Lewis and George OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE dress by letter,' the, ubserdier at Jacksonville,p day in April, 1851,22l) acres of land owned by the ia the'South, being'now enabled, by the any constant Jacob Pierce, Cheater. 4i

, FlemiD;: about obe hundred acres of1 which are TIIE"REVOLUTION* Florida, CHARLES BYRNE. heirs of Francis 1>. Sanchez, or BO'ranch thereof steam communication with Sarannah and Charles i Alfred ATery. Wladkam do '.'
haaIIeerP4lid about Jacksonville, October., 21,1S50., as will $3)) 4ti; taxes due A. VTilkin*. Fspot3IiitIfl1s ,, ...
thirty acres cleared. pay thereon from 1843 to have the
a recent Act of Congress officers sol advantage of the fine markets of Tkoma* J. CoraUck. Ncrfelk TCttttor / "
Alaer-aa 'undivided one third. bf the late Mrs: B diers (who have not and and all necessary expenses attending said sale. those cities. In addition, he has made Stiekaey. Bottoa, -, -," .

F ii)Fleming's
tae St. John'f river; a beautiful location 'or more the Widows, and minor children of those fc A.J, BRADDOCK, to furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation S. C. Gardaer 4s < 4 :

. .. AU aa undivldea one-third of about ten thouaad deceasecfaro, also, entitled. The Subscriber.will[ <4,. .. usToMlLoqsE, T. oet 2Hds, f "fSLcriffajna e$,off.Tax Collector.LLrERSONS elLis guest- ".." "' '. J..X.:H fltia. .. rF Os.', t* .
tri< tt Co. 4s -
iK* 4.
t. '
itle a res, situated in Nassau eon nty, on Xareao undertake, at 'a moderate compensation.. the DMTaIc'r OF ST. Jons's, The increasing reputation which the climate .f Coomb k Btaachard *. 4.

lUref cxteddfag to Thomas' Swamp writable claims of those interested, ,Having been employAjl t, .,,-|>0J.tQ'! .ft s9nvillef Nov. 1st,.1850.. Florida possesses in the estimation! of the medical. X. HjBoeth. .. <. .4 } A" '
for tnrpentJne; smaJl skirts of haminoclr I Notice; faculty for. the cureof, ThomuE.d1ey 44 , ; granted *tl office On ,; consumption and other
tvFraneie P. Fatio.; ;JJJMcRODERT public for seyrral years, his experience; or about the first of May next, the follow, .E. Noro,.. North Adam* 4S '
J r- In such matters will nable. him 4: flord great ing changes will bo made.with the Buoys at St !4 are hereby cautioned against pulmonary diseases, has 'induced a vast increase Wood k Saylo Seath Adam ,- 4* ., m
BAKKRifames' facilitieseiaimants LAND AN 1'j.., John's Bar. I give' this notice that all .t.j. trading for a certain promissory note wa.le of travel to this State-during' the fall and winter J. W. BaaeabovCT. CladaaaU'QUV
**W*t M so navigators ,
' :; 7ur:3e7 at Law, Jcklolville! Fia.. &1ONS, and save them a- great deal,of trouble may understand when this change ia made- by mtf on the 3d day of December 1S50 to A. W. months,of those wha seek the relief afforded by 5a A. S. SonTlU Ciaeiaaati.*'' An*Obi k***.?< "*. -
._ and Where the law p West, .forrTen-fivij-year-old-.Stcuvs-.and milder atmospherjo ; and in!view-or this tact'tl '"Jr'prilt-'af .
: --ari'- expense. he obtains nothing;,no what is relative Buoys, &o.'. Eight, 1C- PsrtmOitk
-- ,
Is made. Cows and their,Calves duo first subscriber has determined that his K. M,Bailey, Deirry .. .. .
charge All letters post-paid will receive -"That .hprcaftyr all, Buoy* along the coast, or ,day of May,. exertions to Best, uk J:
I lotkrop/K** $
WAKD 1851. Said merit the .
3 prompt attention, and the .necessary: iornw and I in bayssbarbort .sounds, or .channel?, shall.bc m note,was fraudulently.obtained from patronage which shall bo bestowed C.C.atou.ssakiia, *

: MTnLY CoOK8ELtoa>JlT.t.AW Instructions sent.'r'r colored aud.nnm'hered, sothat, passing up .tha me, as I cannot write.or road writing- -Any per.tra4ling'forsaid upon him sllall 'bo without regard' toil 'or e x- Cbeiter Jokaioa. Boteavea 4. $1 "
C;;>V; BENNJ3TT coaster sound son note will do so, at their pease. SAsjUELIIUFflGToN. James C. Rollia*. y5mW4i.4..Sii
Will'altend; AU'y -entering ,the bay; harbor, or ownriskasjau JohaC.PUJ.boty da 4.
"j ProfessJonarbusiness JacksonviUe'E.F
J in the Cotfrts I ; Wngton, D..C.. channel,'.red.Buoys with ven numbers shall be'S determined not o pay it until eoipCllcdbyUw. ,, Oetobdr 3, 1S30., tf ,, XJobsso* .
. fihEflm Circuit of Florida, and in tbeFed- October 1830. ,tf passed on the.. starboard handblnck Buoys witli SUSAN BARBER. :. J.' Looko. Coatr4 4.

4 ai rJ Wd1O?tb Nrdjtb&jn Dt1Ej of Flori". JEW 1 GOODS! even numbers on tl .pprt hanil,"and Buoyi with Barber's iJOO191b)0 P.O., Columbia' eo., Fla.<. > Bounty Lands:and Pensions.. Solos 8. A. Ambria Saabor**iBoc, 44 <*Ma, f. I 1

1? swij 3 1. A KEW GOODS t-Th, red and black gtrfpeg cither.hand. : Buoys In : 'in 5 Samaol Tool*. Walpol* XL
t I! UZWT 1 nubscriber/reitpectfully Informs th& Aanw Joae. Drowrrill 4.Wu.
141. CP? public: channel to bo colored with
way alternatewhitoand
fofge ?$i$4skless Jin t the Statererpeetug" generally that he has new on'hand a general assortment black perpcndirular stripes:" :. ;' .* jn cireuli(? Conrt iRN THE *jbaytngnt.j arrangements XdmedDssJvN.wCuUq. Joy. 5azksV. IL.s4 ,. 0. )

alio'pi' of lUadjr M a Clot It Ing/made tip -; ,?, :- ; ISAIAH B competcnAgeat in the City of A. W. Don.y. Wass, ; 4.'
do of p.JUiiTt--
ti'Iqiei *** 'si-""*' *lands/and 'the'location" I. to his order and of the best material. The) styli novT-tlstm -, ,, .Colleetor... vCIRpyjT.-OF FLQRUXV t V ashmngteo'ar! new prepared tol A 1el'usytns pt B.ny C.4.. .-. .. 4.
ai' of Attnrney fori thie colht't1o& W.'T. Koo es. CSI5bst.Ns
cannot be -
cutting curpajwcj. The'stock consists I DUV4LCpJJTT.- ; Uouty'' Lai nlcf J Wilwa.il, PMj.ckr
tt'o &ALSO) AGZVT ; id part of BlacV Clpth Frocktoat'do office I, zZ l'urtnf'Moody&'Cligi.ic' Ualms.antk lnsious-od will giveijtf.. stii! : : MuiCsmpb.ffeI.5s.phj i 4. -
ana Dress Coats llyrip attCfltiattlIdme J.W.Xoors '
; : 0.--Jd.
:'Figmcd Cassimtre and Tweed ; ;, : .. '
/o/frejcotycUfl OIaIWa jipontho.tTpflc I Cpatt1lain aid Ad&1re4si -; :' ';. .. XIor&oy. N yto1
figured Casrfmere Pants -
fancy ,, Faraucl Turner \ W.E.MWo.4.vs..M1.Yt .
1 "ijeMx MPiiir,ctbe crvioes, pen4oni It dodo ThoseIn Vests; black satirt and clptlj VestsShirts: t 1YIt1CiIvEi: ;, r ,'!"* i. r r.'lA* -ii'.r ';'.:,,- "...,, .-. 1Tv1NTOSh',' :;: Orders riec i ved Jlrpm Ul&jinterior IOitI.WT*

furnibo4 wantof'thenbove' articles may rest i ; faIi1oabTe Trbnnthij.s, omslstln of ,7 i4suinj.itcI4AUflchn Jzc.h0 wi/c Z R. .7o kept
A es ; v laIeersaudfor ir srorJa&ftifclytitZtA assured that Fringe : en1. > / nUIriCIJ. cd24itfsispirdl; ; *; .Itia'i1
the-nriws will bo'air low (llmri1i Ibben Li -
4o : wVeh'.tho' mtialSbtef. ertabluhment In the etty, as lam-determined nj at that any The'La4iewiltflm.l: this to amiCi Fancy fluttons- lIE 'alvO'ii mmI 3Defentianta.ja Jtotb"or; CUAS.W. JxtVNIN G; cuitstanlly oii hand for retail by the undCr5'
i c asMrtmcnt to be''tbe I : '
; 1 3labUv/! : f c/ fK' *10 1"one shall.todorscll" "'. "we' In an article' of the am> bcstin' the city.' Call and examine. ,. :-" -/ appear 1-ernons and plead tor the depuration are.hereby filcilin mirtfrcd to September: 2ii Crpilo4tTa1lu/ass lt :' 'c,' 4.:. who \varrapltt to be gthuine2.;' *-
> thw ,
:' :: -VVlt rD15\V ESBrick lean.- J FEKN4NJt & co
: Jndjrra.JokoiarHIj; Eatt FlorltU.f: l6rcCayst. *. ; ,
RrDfJMANx\tt'yf, '
't5ept2U-tf .J3riuc Store; Bay it. *1ov; ; k&U-tL '- : 'aksonvi, Nov. 2S, 1S30. 4ce1-3ui>r 1'1'tlfs copy ftj-till New turbid*, ,;Ancfcnt Cify;. 'aut.LT.mArg. u > Nov. 144Jacfebnwlle, &; *.