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: February 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00069
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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Io m tia JlJfIIMlof, Common. THE' BURNING 'PRAIRIEl ::1':1'q door was visible haad as'I V :'Sermon'* .
AMERICA* FLAG EC 1BSO. on 'nrjf right- V l y. 'Bow,'Jr.. A. JlAPPr,BIOBCB "t
THE olt V''TfST. .0', Tn'I: reached the top,and leqniredall myweht THE LASSXS: ,"f .V A happy iome is a glorious'
tilIcvBED TO ROS.! WMEtur WI3STII.) 'I to break it in but when I did female
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from the Tm.-Aubj Natnre sight;'one which it does is
Colmlu the
( end Gnat IT*.' form nresn, lerely dear
W.LLCLIs Late in the staggered forwd,4fIlInt. my ,to ,Her nob1estwork abs classes 0 to see, and'which onceVbeheld
WILLIAM kOSS fall of in I ; >
1840 Grand '
Prairie ,
arms -I hastily boreerdown':
by fits 'pretence baa she tried ineffaceable '
Illinois waS OB BUM, impression on the .
We regard Ibe American banner u already immense, named over. one* night,'and an this 'tune: covered with 'cindersfron':the V And then she made the laaaee,9.MHeara'th .. alas! how rarely is such a ) { *
Fnmfcrt.. NtwraPtrIrUwof amount of"damage' done to the roof and the''door '
tercreJ- farmers burning asTIleaped from : Nature lias reason to with!. :Everyday, we enter
serereil! No! Ai lOOn living in and along its edge. Nu- it fell in with a terrible crash, sboweri't the be proud of the degree of perfection to which that, to, unaccustomed eyes *,

The sister stars by t mp t-rack merous fences were destroyed j and crops of sparks thickly around me.- The. person I she brought the world when she manufactured ming over with mutual love V *

Soil be divided in their tiy- corn, ready for, the gathering were .laid had rescued was' Mary Fisher; and,the old tfie,'lovely l .dears.* They are the' last But .how much of it is reall
; wblle'number1 "stacks of grain man and his wife perished in the" flames.My ,and thfe most successful of a long continued too often find that it is
into chaos back nothing
darkle *
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hay, put up for the winter's use, were horse had fled in alarm Stow tie spot series .'experiments; in the moulding, of holiday garb potion for the to'
Xo! There it fioaU with every hue set on fire, and burnt to :the ground. The and as the nearest neighbor .was,foar miles humanity_the'result of,the first being nothing vanishing with the guest in.
when it first unfurled havoc
I'ndimm'd M was worse because of the conflagra distant'lwewere compelled towilk; it on more nor less than the production 'of a was donned! This fact will
And the storm and proudly threw tion coming suddenly and. quite unexpected- loot. Day broke'by the ,time w* reachedthe stump-tailed baboon,"and if not the noblest strange, when we recollect how at
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IHfiaace to"the tyrant's world; as when the night came on no fire was house, and leaving the disconsolate girl are certainly,the most polished and .finishedof destroy the peace and
And still the awful bird that wheels discernable. and such burnings were inia ably -I at her neighbor's,'I came immediately here, all herwokn.V- The materials in the she One unquiet spirit; one ,restless '

Amid the tempest wildly swelling, perceivable long before night set! in' and found L,was tooJate to lay my.accusation sex are about the same as,in the lords of soul will transform the : <

And calmly hears the thunder peals warning the farmers; be. prepared. But before-you first. Such ate the facts in creation; only finer, and,freer:'from 'dross, I a place of torment. A family

Within the etorm-S d's misty dwelling- the evening of this catastrophe, when the the ease,although they are;;mostly exactly specks,,cracks, and fiaw I may liken woman bles an' electrical 'one. As
4je, slfll he guards from trait ur-fvct sun went down and darkness covered the opposite.to tbe statements made'by.Gray.0. to a Joaf,of-bread composed the finest similar disposition as long

The glories of that standard sheet, prairie;'no smoke*arose from the'OUthem'edge.of ":Clyde had delivered -his .story in.an impressive bolted flour :light, delicate and 8poDgJ toated.y the Kune motives.pf.. !
And bears it in his guardian hand the plain' nor could any lurid glare and convincing' manner,.but the 1IIU1 10 an unleavened butch'of rye'and In the current afiection.will,How !
Resplendent over Freedom's land! be been resting upon the sky,to indicate that Justice .,was puzzled.which of the two be dian-. heavy,tIe and.chunmy.; But V behold -' undisturbed; tut, introduce one "

the grass was on fire-and' as it generally should 'believe. .The'advantage lay with the fresh,,and blooming maiden as ,& tare, one impenetrable naembtr .' '"
Clime of the valiant and the tried! took a whole night for the flames to 'cross Gray, as he had made the first.accusation, being of beauty and grace ? Where is there cia is immediately broken, the : .!

Where Marion foujht, and Warren died ; the prairie all the farmers living on' the and the,statement of Clyde might only be a created flesh or animal 'form to compare turbed,and where before ail *,

Where Monmonth still to Guilford call,. northern edge retired to their beds in apparent tale invented to'upset the evidence .of his '.with her r' There rare mares as welt as and peace M now chaos and .

And valor walk.- through Vernon's halls, security. But in the middle of the accuser. Neither had proof, as no one ,else sntrls in her dark, flowing tresses. Thereis Still, even under its worst. | *
While honor muses in the gloom night many of them were aroused to. find saw the deed, and the'Sq ire informed them i whole alphabet of:love in her bright charm in 11 me. Which of us *

And glory of the hero's tomb their fences on fire, their habitations sur- that he knew of noway to dispose of: the apukling eyes: her marble brow, swan-like wandering in the stormy paths -*

Or cbaunti the grand old lay she made rounded by flames and in some instances, case impartially, unless he.bound them both neck. and round tapering limbs, combine, to ,does not look back with a -,;
Accordant with the dark blue seas, even the hnuRes in a light blaze, from over to the court. make her exquisite subject for the poet reverential affection on that old

That murmur wild where freedom laid which with difficulty they escaped alire. A To this Gray;strenonsly objected. He painter and sculptor.' and then that. r pretty 'even though-its 'memories m : l

Her lion-fouled Miltiades farmer whose family was composed ,of a had appeared and accused Clyde 'he said, mouth of hers! when the winds of passionare with many an unhappy thought! *
Land of the forest and the glen! wife and only daughter, the latter some sev that the real V author of the late catastrophe at rest how much it. resembles V Shall tree,. beneath whose shadow we ;
enteen years.of age, who resided some six might be justly punished, and thought that blown rose in a mild morning of May !- weary limbs in the sultry days t:
hardy nurse hardy men miles in the prairie, had his house destroyed, to bind them both oven'would have an effect and when trans-shaped to a smile, how very the old garden the .theatre pf
Land. of the mountain and the lake while himself perished in the ruins The in deterring others from making any accusations like to the bow of the naughty god Cupid exploit; the small bed room, "* ,'

Of rivers rolled from tea to sea, daughter was saved by the daring energiesof .against,'malefactors from their own Ahi who could ever suspct ihof,:being a long winter 'nights we,'wept iT

In that broad grandeur fit to make a young man named Cjyde, who had discovered knowledge, unless he had positive proof of hole for pork and beans, and apple<, dumplings sleep, and there slumbered r
The symbols of eternity ; the fire, and arrived just in time to their guilt. demanded that Clyde should But has not nature evidently bestowed broad sunshine-woke us .again .

0, fairest clime! 0, dearest land! tear her from the building ere the roof fell. be held to bail,1 and not himself., a vast amount of pains upon berCouldshe !I cares forgotten, and cast off with -

Who shall thy banded children sorer t in.The When he bad finished, Clyde once mere have dor.e more forter by study indifference of childhood-all

God of our fathers! here we stand morning after the conflagration, the got up, and turning to the Justice staled ing an extra thousand years!. No: our admiration refreshingly back upon our, **
From Plymouth's rock Georgia's strand- inhabitants of the little Tillage of Bluff ton that as they both stood there without ''wit for the workmanship displayed in amid the roar and turmoil of the
Heart presved to heart, band linked in band, situated on the edge of the plain, were set in )nesses and consequently it did not lay In the manufacture of the, hisses could, never sigh over the chequered days of .
And swear **the VMO\ lives forever!** commotion by_ rumors of the fire he'mr the his power to tell the guilty one with hiA permission be'enhanced in the least even if they were -when we.begin, discover. 4
work of some heartless scoundrel, W1U'hndthus and the consent of Mr. Grar,,.be to T>e brought into the world with bustles on and independence- of ., .
Then float float on thou banner bright gratified his malice on some individualby would propose & plan by which be hoped as big as bushel baskets. brought that haP iness' we <"-

With glory from the Mon flight > injuring the whole community. These the matter would be thoroughly settled. It My friends-Nature,.tried her 'pretence and bat after 'all l, the careless ;

Yes! utaiulesj standard of the brate rumors at length became a fixed fact, as was this: "There is an Infinite Being, sir hand upon us men;because it being rough. with the rod in, the back ground I .

Thy wreath of stars still deck the ware about ten o'clock a man named Gray a roving who rules in a higher sphere than ours, andto coarse kind of work, she could execute with fairer picture ,than the worldly, ,';
Where honor nee her Lawrence rolled character, with no ostensible means of a whom all things are known; from whom less pains and more 1'facility ; and further < V .

T.quiet in thy gpaugled fold ; livelihood, appeared before the 'Squire of the nothing can be concealed .1 propose to Mr. more she didn't :care if she spoiled half a man.THE : \ 4

ftill, shining banner of the free. village, and stated that he wished a warrant Gray that we both make an appeal to Heaven dozen or so in making-and she did succeedin ,

The shackled nations turn to thee. issued for the apprehension of David Clyde : and let the God of the Universe. decide spoiling a few. Without regard to what ,. accnpN sour }

And when at home thy rhadow falls for setting the prairie on fire the previous upon our guilt or innocence. I feel that I, Moses'says on the subject, the first man that life, our hope in death.: t It is *

Along the armory's trophied walk evening by which so,much waste of property sir, am not a malefactor here,and I challenge nature made looked tolerably well outwardly hope, it is a gladdeningliope. ; 1

The ancient trumpets long fur breath- and wanton sacrifice of lire, baa* oc my accuser, in the presence of.this evidence I :but she made the forehead too low,' the us when laying the grave ;

The dinted sabre's fiercely start curred. to accept my proposition." eyebrows V too level, and V left the, blood as those whom we have' loved: it : : _-J

To from each clanging sheath The warrant was issued, and placed in the .Clyde ceased speaking, amid an utterstill- wMasalurgeoasVyes, and .he.t ed' _to when feeling ,the .weakness, !
vengeance hands of the constable for and make soap-stone answer for a heart. She frames and bow
serving; ness during which he became the centre of thinking soon
Al if they sought some heart! '
while this official was,absent in search of, all eyes.. Gray also arose'and replied, made a'murderer. Endeavoring to'remedy down in dost! It is not' carnel! *' i

O sacred banner of the brave! Clyde. the young man himself came i into "1 will consent to do any thing which the these defects at the next attempt,',she overshot over the clay-cold 'corpse and ?$ .

O standard of a thousand ships! the:'Squire's oce,- and entered a like complaint : 'Squir says,is.right,? VII the mark. V ,. ." time when tbeae.,very ,,
O guardian of the patriot's against Gray, but was informed that i can see no objection to Mr. Clyde's of- To warm the blood she mixed in red pepper asia wlen hat band shall. .

,CMM,let us thee te grave oar lips! Gray bad appearedand. obtained-a war fer, although I do not suppose the case will ; ginger and acqufortis' ; and, padded. the 0 T,Did ;f when those eyes ; f4
press rant for his arrest which was in the hands be materially altered by It" said the Justice. bosom with a variety of combustible materials when those lipS shall 'sum
There is oT the rocks
a trembling of the constable. i 1 : "Then let him go on/ and 'I wrU 'follow -the consequence of1'which V.V, abe ded utterance; when we shall r

NKw.EmLAYD feels the patrwtfhoeksThere He. seemed taken.back whenhe was in.. suit"answered Gray, brazenly ....:'- produced a quarrelfavi i wrangler*',fora water bings of thtl. heart again!: .No; is a trembling of the lakes- formed of this but promising the 'Squire he .Slowly! .David Clyde fell.upon bendedknees audio aspirant to power.. Here was another tural ftls spiritualSome may :
The WEST, the mighty West awakes ; would be at 1 o'clock that afternoon piece of her work but it :
present and raising his face and arms towards spoiled. timental is our very.natllre; ; ; -
There La a noise amid the piaes, he departed. Word was sent to Gray to be Heaven, uttered amid"the most death-like Being then afraid of the preponderanceof not feel otherwise if we would; I *

The white magnolias whiter bloom, present the ,appointed hour;,and .as theca silence, the following appeal : the animal passions' she put up a'slight not but love the clay.; We can : &
fjpoa the SOTTH new glory chines, !>e was an usual one the room of the jus- Eternal Being! Thou who seeth and frame work, barely covered it with dried loth to part with it. We can ;r ?

And tat the heave cf 1'W.'.tomb! I tice was crowded to bear the statement of, knoweth all things, and who can only tell rubbish, substituted;vinegar for blood, made its reammation. The n nature ,; (:

the two. the guilt of us two,.into thy hands I commit I'a heart.of bass wood, and left no .room for given us can IM satisfied with V
Behold! the troubled air is dark (;ray's story was short. He swore that my innocence and beseech .thee Almighty I I a soul. Thus'she turned loose a human being And with nothing less has God j

With martial ghosts-the hills are bright having a wolf ,trap set some distance out in God if I am guilty of the .crime of whichI ,wholly'unsuspeetible of'rational enjoyment satisfy "Tltg brotAulIudl! ,r *

J With bands of living met and bark the prairie,.be .bad taken up his lodgings am accused,.to strike me dead in the midst dead to the 'pleasures of the world "They that have been laid to *)

. Their voices come in mingled might- near by it the night of the fire,'.and about 12. of this then most blasphemous appeal." and a stranger at the ,feast of reason. He will God bring with Him." "

' The right shall live while faction dies; o'clock he wa aroused by the:snarls bf a For a full moment after he had finished, was a miser and a thief.. The result of the We lay'within the tomb the Vd f

., The traitors draw a fleeting breath wolf which had been caught in the trap.- Clyde remained upon his knees, then rose to next experiment was a creature seeminglycorrect eyes yet we cling to the remains
I Bat patriots drink from (:4r own eyes He rose to go to it, when he discovered an- his feet, and with;his folded arms gazed !every part; but through a multi if .the earth ,that,.struck the *

i The light of truth that conquers death! other man near by, who dismounted from around him. The countenance cf,Gray bad tude "of"unaccountable mistakes -nicely wounding the'bod V on which it. fI
Then fairest flag! Then dearest land his steed drew out steel flint and tinder paled during the prayer.of Clyde, but as covered with putty and paint-he proved to such a 'moment, the thought I !

Who shall thy banded children sever\ from his pocket, and striking a light, thrustit every eye was upon him he nerved himselfto be a hypocrite.ber ,Here dame Nature: hung graves and rising i dust is "

God of oar fathers! here we stand into the grass which instantly blazed up, the task, and ,also fell upon' his'knees. head and paused,as in a fit .of discouragement cious.1 We shall see that face

From Plymouth's rock to G rgia', strand; and favored by a strong southern wind, sped With a loud and hurried voice, he :repeated ;' but rallying all her energies collecting shall .bear that voice again. :N ,'

Heart pressed to heart, hand linked in band away towards the settlement, and in the exact the appeal, but when he came to the words, all her wisdom exercising all her ibe soul that filled,that clay, *

And swear "THE r',OJ LH'es FOKCVCK !** direction of Mr. Fisher's house. That "Almighty God, if I am guilty of the crime skill,'and using the proper materials, she fell that day itself shall be revived*
boiseman whom he to work and at length produced an honest friend shall be"in :deed -
the recognized as of which I am accused, then strike me dead," very :
From the Cotton Pott. Mr. Clyde, then mounted his horse and rode his face became more white and be fell slowly man ,This was glory enough for :bue day. voice-the friend that we have
away.This. forward., MyAearers-Nature, rejoiced:nt her suc loved. Our risen brother will -
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statement bad been listened to with The stillness,which reigned at that awful ceSs now thought she would venture on her we knew him here when band '
the weather unpleasant and dreary, breathless attention, and as Gray had delivered moment was ftarfuL Not a sound could be finer work-' the 'lovely dears.' So, with passed through the G
And the night Lt ublest by a sUr, it apparently in a cool and trnthlul heard in that room, and it seemed as if every the fairest ot sifted earth soft-soap senti cheered with, the blessed .: I V
new sweet to smoker,when weary had considerable ment'and a bucket full of tearssweetenedwith coulJ .
manner, it weight upon the breath was hushed, so deadly.silent did eve- separation part us long
la UM breath of a fragrant cigar! audience. But it produced no effect upon ry person appear. 'At last the Justice who the sugar of love-she \\'ent'carefullybut grave itself could unlink neither --

What a balm to the spirit, when lonely David Clyde. The features of the young had bent forward with a horrid look to gaze right merrily, to thetask., One or two heart.-BOMAR'S Morning,.of :*

To gaze at the awoke as it flies man were as calm as'ever, ,and his countenance upon Gray, motioned for a constable to approach were thrown upon her hands, in consequence = *
And bright are the dreams though dreams only underwent no change during the recital and turn'over the body. lIe did so, of being over,highly tempered and furnished Ccas roa DYSPEPSIA.- :t
That with each fleeting circlet arise! of Gray. When the latter was done he and every eye which V looked that way beheld with a little too much tongue. Profiting by prescription recommended .!.

. rose to his feet and exclaimed: the icy lace of a corpse.'and the,livid these defects, however, she soon completeda Ir Eddy, of Newark. New ofj.
Wen carat, fletb it heir toperplex us, "My statement of the facts as they occur I hue of death resting the countenanceof beautiful! being as lovely as the morning! has suffered immeasurably from :
And trifles,wore barraeing far, upon the vestal and against In bis absence few since .
red upon the evening of that most deplorable the blasphemer... as pure as snow, a years
Arise in oar path, and ore vex us, fire, will be more minute than that of They bore forth the corpseand V buried it in whom in:ber primitive btate no one to this he procured from a physician of

How soothing fragrant cigar! my accuser, and,will occupy more'time; but silence in the prairie, and to this day the old day erdareaught.. Outwardly as following directions tor the -,'

If companions should prove fab and leave us, [ hope that not only the-Jubtice but the audience farmers in the neighborhood j shudder they aBM r.T.tv.* k BAW. *tilt*;*J J +-.rul.- ,inB-anltir.?.v m-_-j pdra-iewtled------ dospepsia! : '::3
'We can pass off the slight with joke, aloo will listen patiently j to. ,what, I relate to the ,pa8ng traveller-that answer with virtue, she walks abroad, a living; specimen ,"Take Colombo Boot i ;
3Cr, allow their desertion to grieve 11I', have to.say., It is well known to .many of. Tbe appeal to Heaven.". of the last, the best and the most lovely and Grains _of Paradise! :'

Bet let the wound ranuh in smoke. here, that I nave brother-residing in Walnut -. .. V of all l :Nature's'works.' Yes; my friends. two spoonsful of Colombo : 'V
Grove'and.upon the,:night.of the fire, I .Dra.ke""H V ; Dell..ed." V the lassies are the loveliest of,all' breathing spoonful of the Grains of' : ,
Wbe riches seem slow collecting., was returning from a.visitVWJ m.: Whenabout V objects but amazingly suspectible! being Add to,this mixture one half

And prospects gloomy as night V ten miles the other jsideof, ,!Air. Fish -We preserve,the following definition,from soiled and\ put .outof kilter, for, Iife.VOh, brandy,and let it; sand six "
rbere'a sought like CIOAKS, fur directingOur er's, as I was riding leisurely.along, I saw a an'old magazine, for the benefit of posterity: that man should 'make' toys 'of them for one quart of boiling,water, and, M:

Fancy to visions more bright. man a short distance ahead of me, kneeling "Dsi'SKi' atfrbm drink.] Over the bay, i a while, then-use"l them for horses, and afterwards six hours/- .Take two, table,'JI : .
Though life teem unpleasant and weary by the roadside,V and ,apparently endeavoring half'seas over,'hor,1
.And its pathway nnchcer'd by a star, to light a ,fire--with. ,steel and, inder, 1 half-coekeS shaved,didguisedV jammed,damaged should be her iield, and her weakness bet ,times a day,, half an hqurjgfpre ; f'
Yet the smoker will feel when he's weary, started my boree Into a gallon.at;, the'ea.n sleepy/tired; {snuffy, .whipped;: just so, weapon., In, m*, nevertheless the: lasses I *** ----- V
instant giving a shout, and the man breezy,' Hnokytop-heavf; groggy, ever expect to find a valiant protector, ..
sprung I L female
That there's bliss in a fragrant cigar! may; A man and :a ,
slewed crank salted young
to his feet but dropped aVu.rniiIgJ.ock'of) ; {tipsy, smashed, swipy, ; and &constaiiCfri nd.:im stick by them,
down bow fare the iee lurch all sails time, stopped at a country: :
he lbe ye' on 'and Stick'up to them, so
grass as did so, mto. prairie the dry stick:np for-them,1 awkward 'excited
set, three'sheets:rn the wind well underway, .the -first appearance *
bay of which in Waze there is anything sticky m '
was instantly a long as
Stuff for $mlles.A of of the members of ,the
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Scoundrel !r J exclaimed m: a loud '.voice, epreeing, battered;-tlowing, boozy,,Hawed; principles of love,',admiration and .respect ; commenced conversation with in:

rood sermon Is like a kiss. It requires u I came close, to him;VbUtVwith, i .a coarse snnbbeu, bruised screwed, ate\'Jed.ll,soaked, and if,aOYVSC3mJV1n my,.congregation ,.dare by inquiring bow. far:she :bad : '
two beads and an application. comfortable! stimulated, jug-eteamedtangle-! him witb'suth' a ."
**ba, ha ha, he'retorted ; oppose me,'l'wrU woliup day.1 "Traveled!!:exclaimed '
J. i J 'fftl"
Toons ladies; are like arrow*, they are all "Don'i be.angry,.Mr,:.CJyde.forVgettmgmad legged," hawk-eyed. phlegm-cut, fogmatie hA hn, cudgel of pastoral reproof asls not brandished somewhat indignantly, "we
blue-ey"eduarpassengef 'Cape and ; *
in a qeiver when the beaux come, and can'tgo won't puii t put,.the. fire. Bigness old, the faint by every expcmnderofiheg05PCI rid!" .c' .
stage, striped, boozy, all over bay, : it be IAgood ,
on without them. .. Fisher!!,catcbit' touigbt,:aud h.i haughty, good manners.. So mete ,
allot Jo the neck ..bamboozled weak-jointed, "I '
daughtertoo.1 / .,.,,_ ,, t -.iI "How fortunate am in
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It ;ia aid that Barnum is in full thane of a "Villtan, youjhallj; '; answer"Jor?:'tbis" I :(hie) how tome you"so,_.: <. .- > > ; oneis told byEnglish! paper ot beau in this storm* said a' $ V S
chap who helped his own wife at the dinner "as'1 etced F-: V VV -' j an'old lady who'had received a' letter 'from shower.the: i i'
and va
replied, :Burned my spurred! ; AwIrisbman ba&. beeiTsick_for. long I 'i ;merchantman' was caught "
1 table, in preference to another lady. i fc her *tailor on board ,. ,who:
V him after the tolling .flames,1".which ,were'. time and while in thiS sta.i would ocotsion- WbiChranthU&VV ," : lerbean:of promise V ; V
The lady, whose dress was,tod dirty to sweeping swiftly away before a strong south ally ceaie'to'breathe,'and'his life would apparently.he Uieay.of* Fun-. with anumbrellaV ';
be'wash wind and rolling on in the"direction,'qfFisher's jHavebeendriven "AndU,", said he, a t1y,,
wear, and not dirty enough to extinct for some time ,wb njhewonld the; teetn.: :it ,i
right in !
bid a matter of,jserioiu import to decide V bouse.- In Y&tOtl-urged.my.horse again come to7 Gnone,of,: these V oo day by_a jampoosa and we'carried away the rejoiced as the poor Laplander, ; tO
to his utmost,speed, jot the.cracking fire when he'had \awakened:'|rom blowed great gunS overboard the caughtaraiiidcar."VV V
has casiopi. just washed
"The climax superfluous politeness / sea *
fped far ahead of me, and when over a. mitt sleeVbiairnd'atrickaSkCd bim- 1:' bowsprit, lost ; ;
Wen decided to be that of holding aa umbrella hs and companion -'the captain V
and a half distant. J,beheJd ahe land blaze ftAn.ari bout we know".. Jemmy, binnacle take an A down east editor thus l
rain. WcouWn't .observa-
in the
duck j
orer a leap the "fence, like a siag-bonnd, and gocareering when? :yon're: dead.f You'are afther, wakjnrupjvery.time. his quadrant last we amved safe industrious habits of.the fair, II5j

How is proved that Noah did not 'come on .towards!,the house..Almost .'? : .. iron lot fifteen days.st ;ion ol;the C try. Wear' ,
v' '
first ont of Ue ark! Decau5c.heBbleiaysbecam1drth. V V maddened by,the sight, 1 goaded my gallant J :Bring me.a:.glass,tf grog J. ,'>Pa. ''; -.wd- .',''Ihm Ha1iw.n.._ t., : TUe 94! woman knit -
hone, who bounded forward like the wind, me--, -V .,' .V V .,k r ? it to her three
but when still half a mile from the building, Cere's mi Jemmy!!' .J ?" V : ,to.repeat heart to'the Institute lectures.. "Nero /
ye ; V S Slimes she bad it"&by ;
The Knickerbocker cannot see 'until got
Albany and .the, 9
I saw alright sheet of flame arise from the 'AndilI: don't up'iui'ldhiiDi thm .fO Rome was burning
: raise
with a&hool- ; ,, to tell the :storyWSank ,
Philadelphia want*. ., roof, and became aware tbat.the house was the."V' V V" "" -' ; the then sallied out. tbew sproce pm during the
Design lor-. wheu they are.detigntagaoagh on fire. The burning tmairierrbad.JIIade"it bhry V : 4.' '', r !" V be has been mqp,.." "
already.' light as day, but my'ye tan in vain around p.iii'ifea: if.T see1 fit,* was .the' uC1amati God, he's safe- bamboozle'tisht *
by* V
'" the discover and 1 C' iS.' thebuibAnddemnrr dnven,into Ihe Bar uf.Firma.ment : Wbo:took of the
'h te'of the Louwvile! Journal! says premises 10 a single person iert; 'teeth-it blowed a}
that the Legislature of South :Carolina nas the tearful thought flTtflhTJp! TfTly Jhiy yK against her'atfendi g a'W1. ". in..th e: j W 'lbS grea inquired a little girl, on hearing .
carried t
** *,: ,-* ". ee'and tbeV that all people were,once ;
that jthe.familr say
issued instructions to planners' sailing"from my mind: : ; .were asleep 5" "-J'Ugoiflseefit! wubed'tonrboaid l.th Ji > .
cbarV.V not to consult. the 'North Star!. the house; 'Bylhe' time'/,reached;the tdoor "-VW weltte3rou'ffsee! fits if yon go,". heavy tea'Jabemic1e-tbd captaint1os.m.1coa "V 'Wiri'fult of, / r -
in front of the mansion,the roof, was ia one the short ana answer. of the
.fashionable e'Ciet"bas but two faults- was V ., ,- t"r: and couldn geanysalY0' fox is the prettiest flower.a_man :
land glare, and Ipmg,.from my.etced, I w i' :1$ juiatioo e.r sale 'at .*
first in being hollow-WW,; .and secondly, iiim andthro $.wjo1e.lorce Ii''The" sald'on' '1artn. f fifteen days-at. td1eyaii: .f bi heart: -
V V let go wing;'my lasTgbod. .thing ..,..- .. .,,.' "," l"il1J'UR-. ri ttf\f eVV r -_ ;
Jd1ow-icrtaL against V the(door,', burst* UMjA dense volou the ballet,'&a the following-: ( "--t Halteluj81J.n.. woider they fiwasb'1 l j Few,men feel and, ; I ''
*tow; Fnxnto; I appeal to the sister*, of moke poured outalmostsnJocating < *3 npoi'ij1ihAt; tne DancingVomen :;;,f;,bless us.wbat.W elf. w uld'o t'be i1.r and remain" jY9u L

i4 a dowfl-eastparson and a k them'if they me for ft mome ti but regaining iwy, breAtb, J. : rearthe1t dresses at'halfteast'ns! a10ien beat 1i toatomF..1"ls"," t ,t.. ,t"'AIi: :: munlcatetheitfeelings.' $ V V
: ascended the ier*to toe seciwd, A 'joTrrc5Mctlfor'ileparted'modesty.*. $ : 1*'**>l Ji JP;' ?1" SLt '.* t :
jiever had feller feeling in their bosoms 1 t ,1: story- ''i$4 s ilVV 1'fJ-oc : .a ;Jtf. f1Q'; Jj! t'S : V 5
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: FLORIDA :. -_ LW&U1rGTOL From At Florida Stntiiui.
i. ri011851. I IMedJlir LadApproprIatIonsf.aItaza& .
NEW Yoax.i ev -- pr.Yem.ia. _i -
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:: New York L41ar -1 t mewhapiMisuri E Another- huge land-plunder hill passed the

.. have ?; Senate yesterday It gives alternate sectionsof -
i. '
17IUCDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1851. LTON Fisn to succeed Hon. to lave it.x-appear in hisjkwn wf papei of teon" was. so iecptylais-- land for six miles on either side of the

; RSON in the U. S. Senate. As week, but being aware thatjt wo ld nol and as he is destined to,occupy a prominent thort that the Magnolia woodent cum back route, to, build a railroad, down the Missis

of-inaii\\ats.e1or .
**ljr mtherlxed ta act mm *n Agent for here-ty ne-course peece might make her bent a biler, or:' sum- Kentucky,Tennessee, Missisppi and LOB.
ballot in the Gov. issue h'eitcausedjttor, be nbUshettV 3.eears,, to.. come being,as he is a. mandfd Legislature '
a. ttVj&tifc&n thieut&LdvIttn. *-) 1i. --fk'v
'be chosen. As it contains matters of inter cided i and acknowledged ability,-we publishthe ; thingefset1: butlast fryday as, I was settin railroad tbronzh Indiana and Illinois! to

course the people of Florida, we gladly avail .:.subjoined extract of a letter written bybi& down smokin a seegar that a trend give me, connect Louisville Kvw-with St.Louis, Mo.

.I a' b ; the Republican intend- We deeply regret that Mr. Pf iKe.priviLigetaffo'rdid us even durihg'fte pendincy fcf Abe retenHeaV IJieerd sumboddy say that the bote was It was urged in the Ueb.ftPlthat.aspre-

gtobsent for few weeks, has'en- to retire from a body of which > curoming, and I: went to the warft and sure virus acts of Congress, aUrevenne [torn the
late it -
S5SeT( sizable and dayin giving fuitherpubr thLSenatorahipin.theLegislature -,Senutnare [ItioiieT 1 13103 tTOQlu Dev uCStftryCuT lOTiTrBBtyears

t time to 1!. $" six years. ..Althoughr'tie) has' jt.hasalfeadyrecejveAinibis sec qfMissouri.1fle says; $ p-t- .sue"i-was. cummtn' up like iigbt-, > tarcomer'.and" most- probablyvbedestroyedforeven -

of our State; ,, tif The [persevering efforts to lions--,-can_ HS addressedtas* *. -formerly, to. -,the the most violent'-opposition 4 passage of jicls; to i prohibit slavery in the of the'ashes, and wasent 'rn' tcorcfied. ..
I Ir ? v. < -
; ifi vZ' *v * "" i
V 1*
Buren of his v
editor w.tOM1bB.-zt* wing par Corrapoadtnft otkt! Republican. Terrlories,-and, abolish in the District of !Well werf she got to-the wart 'one; 'of the So says the Washington correspondent of

r l. '-zsa161851t.. ; ci "miserably d6uh.face". nd( ." (. VAJHiNOtpsi; JAH';(>29> 1851 Columbia, have.brought:on fearful crisis. pissTrigir*giyi*tte a'paper1 with the 9 jeecetiat'I the CharleAfort! Mercury; writing on the
.:- --', .- chery to the party which he and > | Con'giesa no one,. I think,can doubt that-the rote.in itj'and'we'n ,1 saw it all! printeidt for'the Ctt'tiffchfrnide am! with- no-
NEW' SUBSCRIBERS. seat bast nobly
i I! 0 '* .- ? -. -We.,., f acknowledge,. .., ; b rjsvp'pjying'defi'cie/iciesj.in the succe88.'of.-those 'efforts,- in, .either; case, out,'; it..iateraIlywade| me feel almost as sympathy at all in its is'reepingeondemna.;

ourselves under very many obligations to all this; arid been; 'as ,we for theyear ending June, 1851, would'.have been..regarded; and treated by prowd"asrif' t had bin one of the-Agenee of tion of tne sjsierri of. land appropnatrons in

(: hose friends of the: .Republican who; during show 41e; |Jest> ard fire Contains two clauses :of' interest several of. the States as art open declaration the bote and wen [Vent''to bed Tdrenjpf aid of grearmeasures.'pf internal 'improve

k tbepuiweeiie 'fa6res4itth has ever.had in the Senate, 'One authoriez the'''appropriatior of civil war;'and the Union with Its.mani" 'J ment. On the contrary, 'SThbfi'tahnot'iseethat

: ; theriames ofnew.finbscriblrs? forts in that body' favor of! ; reimliirse'the fold blissuigs, would (have; perished!' !'i ailnite tliat Iwas a edlyt7r, and was bopii every additional'1 facility for- rapidfand
Thisis truly State the
him l $75p6p..to oL ex- conflict if arms. i-Nay, if the questions had all the time that I mite git sum monet-bie cheap intercommunication' between 'the

; gratifying as indeeaV and is sufficient ev- the Constitution have placed paid: in.ordering i out;troops in; an- been left open to agitation another year, this printin press, as I herd thare was one for States and sections* -teivts' do away with

t t idehce that 4he*efforts we have made,to renfcroor with the noblest Vptrits', of :Indian troubles in July 1849 Union could not, have withstood the'shock, saleln'Jacksonvilli.my *' !-_ sectional *
i V, kbeei generally'acceptable are fully greatly endeared jiimj to the ; 'exes paid are only for the $20,00.0 Fortunately, i better1; counsels prevailed, and Saint ,' render homogeneous, and- Americanizethe
i its : men of both the'old parties Mosety the greatest of calamities-- was averted by But wen the jIaItJews c.zneope t whole republic; ..whileft.. immensely
; by 1atro $ 'Verily, 'they by.Gpy; and vrhich were
sections Of the passage of the several billsconstituting conphydenshel rends cum to-me; cheapens ;jbe : operations Government;
hall lave their.reward." "country.,i \ -* -in purchasing forage, ;salaries of; whati.is called, the.Compromise;-and now/ a'copy of the News,1 rand sed 'thare and imparts to: them promptness and effikciency.

tL (dpvFrsH,) bntttle is known deputies,' &c. The terms o ray deliberate opinion is;that:the best security in"it abOut the'steeni' te *.\VeU jwhich- no other.;expenditure could
ADOL1TION1IIC Aim JNFZDELITT limits of hiS State; ;He ,has : clause; therefore; limit the apprV we can have against the recurrence of was supply. .. --
1 : of New may the imminent ..whichwe have so'- wen I'red i it,; saJa I to him, who ,do yon By a olution of.the General Assemb1yr
[j The hand in hand march of Abolitionism resident of ( escaped,isV to uphold that Adjustment reckon"the paper means wen it specks about possed on the Iastday of.:the: session4 ,ike
t Infidelity is now anestablished, J t.- one term represented hls'distriet
It : ; isis in passing appropriation, clauses ;for in all its parts arid preserve it inviolate.. scribblers! in Jacksonville 1.. ''Why!sais lie Governor of.thi* State was requestai Behalf
Although this assertion may. ..bavetnitbertp iousf ofCongress; In, is ticklish the.admission California of the people th"re6f. to memorialize
.-purposes,, always ; our Rep L "Although : -: it"means D/becanse he'ii .the pwnry cri
been considered somewhat hypothetical, recent Whig candidate lorLeiutanant ; 'thought better to let/the prori- with*her extensive boundaries; and -the acts the Congress,of.th .United States TAgrat

;t dembnstrations'on part1 of the'Aboj.lition he ticket with Gov.Youso,:but "" i.*' i 'tt *- \. for the abolition of what -is-called the slave bjer'in that.'piaW'that haV: r rote ,aboutjthe, of public.,lands ia the?-same,Jn ''aidotheAtlaaticnnJGulf.

' fanaticsand demagogues whicK.a. ,' he opp'os tiph of a faction in so] than, to endanger by attemt- trade'in the District of Columbia, would not bbtej.butsfcd 'he, it eoodent meen Dietherrbecaus .Central lUilroaJjCommtnsurate -

4 to. amend it to cover the claims.outstatl.; have been entirely acceptable!to,me, ..unconnected it'eais' ; interrested scribbler; well, with the iinportance.of the,eaterpiize

: very large portion of, the.,Northern. States 'Anti-RentersT:who at that This clause-was reported.by the Con- with the other constituents the sats I,'ptrbas D,is!a interested scribbler-! in a'national pbinCpf .ievv., -,.{; ;./ tf
: are composed, show that the mask of- religion balance of power in theState, bf ''Ways and Means; at the 'instaie Adjustment, or a reliable assurance of their ; This has been very, happily.exhibited in,
with which they have hitherto shrouded eated.., -The following-year tfie passe yet, asa whole-! L ;was .from the Nb sais he, Moses, ell/yoor>p>iniasi'1.he| a late letter addressed to His tsceIIericyTbyGciuCall

t themselves, is at length thrown and they nominated for the same office *. Mit&ry.Committee'td.wb.om'lhVsuS-* t ,! ,.,. 1 It I beginning, and am now, and shall be to the disintu/lsted/ because, don't .you see how, % The .object "of. this.road; i,to

; : exhibit the world the spectacle of a band pf in 1848 he was"elected' to : had :.been,;recommended by Mr Cabe\l\\ end, injfavor of that Adjustment.- is'thebesteetllement disinterrestin i his>pee els 1 So by that tiposeihe' connect a naval 'harbor onthe, Allan tic'witha -
C. has consulted similaf harbor Oa the Guf'nwdonotthink !
/ Senators Morton and of the controversy that could 3'
,1. .. mad-men as destitute of the tliris- YOHNO Governor pf the State inrsdideht meen-p. / _
, k as and requested them to move'toament under all the circumstances,'-,have been or- '' any reflecting man will, forgone'me.1ment
,. tan religion as they are of all decency, and at The expiration of the eiause alFow the tainedi'i..i: ,i.i'1 -i .-? .,1 i Well- .,} the*i Nevvs'fhai' f the J- isame* l /- peece.inVj question that this object is only dd

. as regardless of their obligatiphs** to 'the on the 1st of January last. } so as to appropriation -;','It involves no-sacrifice or surrender. agin, that it had. in{last- weak.only.it was in importance atsiniarcon ectidiPbe.

:;z Great Jehovah as they are pf their'featty to dnring his official career the whole *7590G not only to cover -tba -principles. impairs no right of but that.to be paid--which will in citizen of the United States and : deed, the former must- fiiianyyekl bean
| h ,:; secures no peeces/just,as D.'sed. the'J boteV cabinJxvaSj'p"wnly
[ the Constitution of the Uuited States.
k theS.wordites
$ with ,
yet to the latte'r'tntil
indispensable ndjiinet
tkexclaims of the meritorious vblnn triumph any section, party, >-.people of
. ,": This truth is made manifest by the introduction ; himself particular obnoxious to But 'even should such amend the.Union 'Over; another.' ; Good faith,as _the peecesKa' .airy passages be;weaithem. the Herculean task> of spanning the-e ntinenf -

.. land subsequent passage of a resolution portion of;bis party he was : ; an well/ as the preservation of;the harmony of So. ..wen Credit, 9&iil to.myifriendV and dossing the- Kdcty; MouRUiUs

proposed "at a convention of the imagine the only man in the Iailtheclaiise;! will be left as it s.and tUe; Union,. requires that, it, should i be;sustained -what do you spose" made the News put in'' wiih ar railway, shall have beeacoxn.3eted..

it opponents of the Fugitive Slave Law, be construed-allow payment, for- by metf.of. parties ci$ .*\\D v<-. the* same 'peece' agin I.Vhyt' 'siui: liej J In many other aspects, this: enterprise assumes
the entire of his
strength .
: : } "lt it can .be, preserved inviolate,' it. will : an equaLimnortance the Govern
r held a few weeks since at the city of SyracniWtLe concentrated. However Cabelt f rtBtore barmony and, trawuiity.'to allpor poise' H'wastbecauj.. he cTOdent .neXenriy meut and pup!<$ p/jbe.Unrted$ Sutes-f,,ItjsinJTspensaile
the merabria
tteof ;New York., The respI the elevation'of such*'rhilk'and t '.f-' has'presented* .1 .. tipns'.of |his Republic re-establishing the thing,wprse.afjput tneboter and beside the to any,efficient system of,.coast

lotion,Ts in the fpUbwing words ; ticians to office far ; b-the meeting in Jacksoville, for confidence p! our people.in the justice-the saim dose of meddysinvha to' be took wise defence-indi pen ;ible to the adequate protection
* we. are sections of the public land throng Government; and the good faith of lh ir fel sometime oftbe i immense';commerciatmajrirte
4 ,?Retolved, That were,>h. enrreRt.. religioa.VuH than should have been before it1 has'enriy effect Wellt
we at the and low-citizens. it vb, rthrownrno one which ploughs; the. : -highway: aations. -
Jacksonville ? great
Alligator ; j
of the lo.-be exchaogtd. for blank, plan aslI iecko'n Hwis of fancy '
country .. ] matfer; "
a 4ldyed"in the wool'? "Seward ...--'I'i. ,- - can. estimate .ihe.calamities.that will almost ." 'IK .- /
. : infidelity the abolition" slavery; would} be LocoIo wurpass. inevitably be brought upon the county..4 ,'?,,,-, with'p. >No, 8ais1DaveiDmustbe- Neither.Coagres* por ,the people ..of theUuiteJ -

j comparatively easy, Nivi3tisir.-The see that the minority .the,,Committe .;,-' i-. .., .: i r'> .;; of-fanty,>tho;his peece.does ;searo-like the tze5ca1Lbe.'iaieusibI.to the .high
) *t -The atrocity of sentiment contained in islatures of this State have Federal Relations in the Florida Legmla 'JACKSONVILLE, -Feb.'ll, 1851. "- work'of a frntefurimaginasbun<*' '- ; claims of this eutttryrize oroperly preseol-

I the above''hsufwe venture to say never been J. R. THOMPSON to succeed havqreported the*-doctrine-the.ma- v" :> '* 'wliatie' thbr/ ed before them, and tbe eoiiIe.1ofFIpriiiaconfiitently ;
Well I
b S FanC.BAaaErrEsq1 next .
equalled. That .it, should emanate from, the Senate. Mr. Thompson of oMitultonat 'ian '"' C/4 ,*(' .' > r'-s--"' 1* 'Ii j.nl* 'i *--i aiUi palQ that in the same spiit-
) 'secessibn : Florzd Republican_ < about m r tirnin eddvtirn Why,sais heMo.; of liber-alitymwh.cJiothe; ent,. ,rprTzes'2f-,less
:t the descendants the .Pilgrim New in JI' 77
; : among ; prominent,politician ." >
; ..Certainly it is., Mar4. :) aveLei met this
.. Pear.Siri-4 Jierewitb.fonvardyou.a1kac. ses dont you do it; becans1 lhares sum-eddyftirs public utility : euterphzewill
1t Father,' is to us a matter of Very greatastonishment. a gentleman of 'fine .talents.,. : has offered resolutions alsoforUheTap: count:of the Lumber shipped from this port ofsoles 'napers'wKo-'are' afrade'to y'there receiyef"hat att ntonr: andencbragement -

Yet, if'the doctrines advanced predecessor he is far from! t of delegates to ike:second project ; fvc' Jf'1 I which'itS'trausceiiJant; iiiportance.ae-
the In with be duripg the year .1850,'' Also, the 'no'taberaniclass ,-theretown., an4.-has- topnt peeCes m'there mands.. A, great 'deal*bf the 'counlrr oyjpr
fidelity 'Abolitionism.
1 by dejroteesrof werMo. supercede.'ibe He-will \ Co'ngressrandMr.'Brfaht f has 'i J -I
r'afkpo.wledged Christian cii'r'7* t<;: ;? "' >* ( ) of vessels. ,, ,"which l ve IpadeVat ;papr$ weihe.rL1theyalikie; themj .pr I whCh1hettckntiieceariltbi laidMs
; 'Religion porter of & 1 &$ \\ ,twait' resolutions,,.mak. this- 'portdurisigihe.sarneycar- : ::-u : '' .)/taken notand.besides sais he, beres instans.bf unfit for cultivation, and although a'Stfrfvily

by which a very great majority of the human RHODE-ISLAND-..-Mr. the repeal,or emasculation of ther.Fugi: from th.records of,thc >CnstointHonse"and what they bave* to pnt"u|> Vrtb f w,7with| timbered pine reon v will I.valueess .-. *'forever- .i : Ij remain r- *
race are governed, then perhaps lathe (Locofoco) has been elected to Slave law the tine qua nol for:&< Sfat -of-our : and, unsaleable! until; the iron rail
condition one"bf'the
show,the that he told that SarliVirahpau.ut
.p. words of the resolution "the abolition of States Senate 1iomhi'Stat- rQeiJora'. ; This is still better, and coin. to ;-' growing-. State.0'"R: ( -young-I -' .-; -ti-i me-.= j i+- ,ttnili 'inupers(8fd --. : .>-) shall place Us'stores of turpenirrie'arid lumber -
be ''"'' :t""i! -t" T and prosperpus ; 0 >,' jbatthe.News, was a/indecent p riee ,I in a qut prbxirmtV to thefseahbaS3*
slavery would comparatively easy. (rots the 4th of March next., with the recommendation! of ourund Tuat-is'to \ V'.t.. / it This will Teast V'Ika1f
; flay-:1: 'y tyjB .-.! .: but,sais he,1 cant see.howj .cart.be win i bTheca.--'iytha1 ,
.: I; 'Butfwe would.be glad to have, these i mad, Hon. A..C..Greenei (Whig), Governor, which is in,fact i the.,lineup Sawed ombfr3,795.235; f.ft,,,[ <5j- ni'i: 'decent ether, because it. must be"wenTrenVil-, arid probah1tothirdof the iMind
-;e It. addle-pateJ fools inform us when they expect indicated Timber 1 ., alternate etkms
; 328,600 .ft !- "* '-'V'" ,V hence ihe nppropriatjpn'of
OHIO.-The Legislature of : i J'Also lated.. how so'ears I. f Why sais ne, becaWthe -
JU>t> O&k. -- 14,000'
will arrive.- It is would be eotencUzraeinent
eqhaz&meas -
that non
day truly gratifying letter1 notwithstanding :some of ---i- ;-1 4,54ttat1ekflumbir.teetioL :
.p-. adjourned nne'.die. Tie I'L eddytir aliirayV' nfcias.Uiree!, ,jsheetsin to thenterprzezuchnapbptlion --
to nov that; there are, however, 'as ultra pcssofF1orida w fain'con kiwwni -i* ">->t.c '. it-'ii'j t4U1i ;
' S. Senator which devolved ,( (, ? t I ':.Arid a1oCedar,- >.7<39 |.lUelu,>nwnbor-IeeI .the wind.?',; But,-sed JIItborteddylirs/ would leave-the U SJ-zGoverraaestitlte
:e yet ipen at thelNprA, who are untfnged'wjth th idea that he, has ;.receded fronis .
lature was indefinitely not known. ;-rtr

,'5 )jfi .! ,te.- went by'stearnP'Well'sais he,they jerierallydo ; absolute beneficiary o ctbe-tentirtf-valui of
. these infernalpriociplesaa,well .as position under the 'sanative', influence .,
presses da.Br1ga, the sections for
: March'next 4 ;j toKM1' remaining ;: aathey-ooware,
after the 4rh of ( ;But this libut' he 'is
: that do desttate to hold to such ; Schooneri, 70. one never gwrj,o ; the whole as-.szattle
.4 not up scorn Locofoco reproof." ''ItJ-seems; however; fl -t 'V -' i: are.worthless,- except
Hon. THOMAS Ewiso fills the governed; ; by wind Sb with that i'giVjUpmy
diabojical and atrdciods sentiments. Tha th'e"Legislature has laid the whole bate: 'T0ULli:: zJdi23? : V '' range.
1 will be a until the Wears about tirnin' and concloo- We 'therefore take mfo
vacancy -t **' eddytir,; ask Congress,' to
sound cpnsWvative the -
\y-York the tfully
print ( .resolutions on table| perhaps wit 'Wryrespe ehnracter-nhd condition'
General consideration
the Assembly. U 1 ded tp"rite'owrilyockashnneJJy" ] .'a c f
Globe) which we have before us In speaking of of the : ;
philosophy inscrip '-, p the land granted,as well as the character
.. of this matter jnstfy observes, that "the pro MASSACHUSETTS.-Hon.| of the French Republicans Death. t1-!, int'r rflHAIIiIi... J allnst' forgot fo'JLtll youthar'tb'erttagnoiia' \ of theieirterprizeii- 1t: : i-*- > il'T

.:,' mitigation of these opinions! were'at first recetf who was recently -elected to th Yours, I :-;_ -. .. 1ji- fetched,the news.that Jliister Tuly,>yasgoin Florida, moreover, is.young aai poorsed

.'r ed with"horror and Amazement{ r but:as the-United States for the short L'- : PROTESTANT CHAPEL RojtE.-r-The, .Edi togithis seet.agin inT theu Sennet- sol- thinly peopled and there inot a;-single:interest
_. .
'S .4 'of! .j 4th, of March J will riot ; AKD PlDBUSH tor of,the NewlYdrk Evangelist has received spose the LocOs arClo be managed ba'jeatfl1 I o-berpeopiePLof the i vast 4pinajn
:: an-very.excitementbas enit nS.j
take his that He a1 letter fronTlheRer.'Mr.rHastingsl'- vho jnit likjthe bofeeh11 heVipep4 which;Jjie Gorejromen hplds;wUbia her borders
feat body, m
: lared' these atrocious' infidel sentiments give -below; an extract of a letter ic- } .
; i of bis
: > -" (r-i .i--vi > i-wv-tn. -"' *-* r'r *>:IK :i..J l-L- ; -JJil-iVi JL.1*;- .t wbich,dpw npt.appealjrv behalf }
It seem t6eCitendinhiir influence."' lathe Territory of Minnesota, fonthe Postmaster General/! an. is the gentleman! preachin, ? in hyct5entChapel say haf, he, 'does git.his sect, it wiJ, great Alljvfitybe herieffcially! aiBected
. w-'i >; IA '-jiJ t -"j( *.i i. > rJ A M* *- *- wpr j
.4; kxiGooa>" '' .'men-r-gpod"' i:* cbritians-Fauatc* said he will be detained until- er to a letter of inquiry whether'postmai. at,j Rome,. informing |him>thatjtheChapel beaseet of war forthedemmycratssi. i ; by it, ti' an .eitent ofwbh prbgiiMticatian
; -'* *
.:; Priests, and all ye followers of Mesera/seward ration of the term for which he have the privilege of jfranking letter? In has riot.been closed! as has been f reportedK ,* iYours reppeckfuly- td >MuI notv woild 4_ '; 4 eemjittle Cle thanthe idle
,tti- ig u .: --d dreams oan ---------q. Occupying by far
i ni.i :
In this Hon.ROBERT C. Aiiother!letterIit1fat tof.theNerW .'York'
& Co. case containing a remittance for "sub ;
: Chaplin Biddings, are ,
:. ye pre .Ml--* J t.i1 tiSC-ji / i, .-. i i,; li Sot .i.ita
as the $Glb'jcIe: the 'iss hold thei,: eat for the : .* Commercial..-
: tenaeredbyyourea4ers! t inc dissolution sion. : tAl! postmasters whose compensation doe ChapeLhas;been jVery. strong, and Carditial br.fi 5 -,orfjThere VAsflIWroNTJafl23.1U! : bring her a nnmerons immigration and fill

.; : oC! .cii's114? ., .- Sop dolsl a"year'are privileged'to Antonelli has been beset on all sides-"tosn'ppress'it was a passage of.armson the'aT.iornTa the State with la'peoplj sufficient rn numbers
aridieceive, free, all !letters'wrlt.ehfto bat'so far inf vain. "1T to defend.the country.1FnfesteJ with ahpc-;
\ Jahd title bilC'! between M r.'Benfon
tutionj the destruction of the Republic,is not favored by our friend ISAAC and all written communications ,' i i iKi: y. r.. ,, p / --- --v -. -, sufficient to satisfy your appetite for mischief of 'who is at oteif business '' crowd thenvtniV we'mlght
f Philadelphia, private not weighirij, George Thompson, the;English-abolitions'tProfe'sso graphic thaiacter.\1J Ji! 'tl' I sayiwitnootadollar's
. These'mpdern'arcbiilecls' of ruin 'wpuld','nrolve ing at'Uie JaclsonvilIe Hotel, pdrice/ ''" $GoT

? ;i religion'in the, same cata4irophe ,of rate antI carefully arranged "Postrnasfers' who have the. privilege''p .- OStO.-* '. t -:.- ? and torovpkifj 'manner ari<: ernment. The rbau\like the touch of Midas,
nkii the fvaltte.
private wj1ttencommtinIcao; i3 dx would impart to. everythiog.witW
abolition as.that in which they would plunge Table for ihe h of i no man iri the world'can BeTmore' offensive
January .
mpr letters hich it in
to publishers'of'Newspapers, and 'k assailed' M earner contact, or lying wuuirxtbe
ir the Government and the Union. They dcrnarid signed to' have inserted inour.: ringincriey subscriptionsor :thj rAlcissjz, th'e'ijaturalis arrivedj. [ p'rbypking and th 'ftrrieridrnent's1-an J which'tftWi/ridiculedMif."rPerrien f: range of its influence,4.and it..woukl not b i

' -r_ thaiVe Bboilld abjure the faith oftoufathersi'dis'own rk prevent.week. Owing p'.jf : t ntforth pub atKeyWesto Senator as a member bt1 the Ju'diciary 'Com. possible to fix: upon anyland appropriatipa

: 'pur.Lord 1nA. avior;,Jesu however, in season,, we,arq his ageney *ill b "resuncd" fr' dent of the Savannah Republican ays it \.. >\ mittee, had reported fthTn'that Oprnmrtte to within any reasonable! bounds, as to quantity -*
theth. !"He i attached''to'the coast sUrveyV rlomf the bill under until Seriate which the General Government might ttot
consideration,1 the
: ; ? Christ, closeoui4y& to the light of Reve pelled to eefcr-its publication: V1 NATHAN KlHALL-! .
ills is to make aninvCstiaition grant% and stilLbeuliimately4he.gainec1&the
'* inally, object Beemed.peTfectly d with'rrtde, nncborileotis
! arid with 1\'Si 1 *rlation \ -
razy philoopIer isstie. ; Upostmastr'ueneal- : -- : -'of the'Florida reefs arid keys,1'a subject wnparliamehtafy'alrase,' hardly fitlfora disposal of the remainjer. w a; iiii
I ? --f--
t ti the Reirn'of* f* j+4+Terror.'inFrance.boVvfownto'+i* j *j % THE ATLANTIC. to the .' '.. ,'NcvyYorkMarkt. '"f' of great interest 'to'the' scientific-arid comi Hottentot:audienciejit; -wasf a Beritdnia riffirade i Concerning *the.eflact.this; roa4 :- N some imaginary Goddess of Liberty, personifying -Up merciaVHvbrld.1 These keys and :reefs are pf the retJwateVi a thbse wtio probably have-upon .the.fortunes of.our pw f

*t ''It h might:be, some-negro nympfi as'Meo received by ns before going"to ; &.wr'VoRKi.Feb: 6, 2 p. m...-.Cb tdn' ha continually4 increasing io- number and size: have heird the Missouri Buffalo'! roar" wh'errirt people, a poposeiat. ZCtflkt1U d7I

. ing; had. been. beard. 'from. this. t-2 cent since the reception'bf'lhv The causes of their-formation*and;.their\les-:\ anger.knbMr'full well what that is.1" I ,when we have, jnorei space and Jiriaarejjqt.irisiitute
>jectbfidolatry; ; : .I. /; i * *-' **
, I- -- : ,- j ,- (, L; hasnoi,;,.been..ji pea. about, news, and this morning- sales were tiny-the keys having as-yet just emerged ; The reply ofMitBenIei ai k rit. an inqniry, more elpbbrate jhancan'
"* ft was'the"remark
*-v r -* ** 1 -* ** _now be offered of Mr.
from the and the reefs -
wateri being placed
;. : J : Tjix MACKOUA.-This magnificent steamer Among her passengers we.. to five hundred bates -'- teribl Il1vu Solon Robinson --thsedevotioatoeater
.; 1 : alongthe-edgeof: the Gulf stream, the great o1erwhelmThg. N ver'i&tn j
being laid up duringthe present'weekfor JAMES S. %VaD w arw who O1berirticle' continue unchanged/' : I iit! Mh 4, : s anoverhau1ingwith some improvements, wealthiest men i in;the i State : i "V > r* ** 41 "--"iiiv ii H4re matters to awakea.the-,(attention,boh witheridwbflatgretort ceeded byhi1: infirnale acquaiu eit'their

.., will not'as we were'infonned by Captl McIfjtTT andeomehproninentas. a i >{Cpu jWzATHER.The thermometer.,* of thetheoretica1.and.practic1 inquirer-T-; : WhM ai tmtlii tb 'rn n ei J h : history .io the United StateCjhati\yuh-

I' 'jagain make.(her appearance on 'the that State. ', -,...' ,-. .j* < on Friday the.lst.instat sun rise. The!high.:reputation- of the..Professpr.leadip 'whd in the bqlejnge.oLtheBepuhflcfbei.
the expectationthat.his labors will gjye : not onetVnoccapiedjfieldbt, bbe poimse
( were eyerwitnessei"and listeners1'wilr Aevef
-t; atersof.th&StJhnsnntitri y of next four degrees hClowzero and ibis while and greau/.magj'iituaejitbap
GOVERKOR OF KENTDCKV. light knowledge upon yet.comparatively theffortthcenE, or the1v
,'tr week*. The Magnoliai has thus faras we I of f .thw- ; -,State.- :Eeem.'to'find'-- it''--- vAi-n: -.untrod field,of acence4 ,. rynared railway tqnning tTruu'h 1heheart.oflb. .

are gratified to )learn iverfi'a.-vast'dealofsatiRfaction 'j mercury had onl gone., up '| i-.1ti; Ji- --1 a-- -. ton, I.presuneyouwiU pubflh a-k tehri1 State, an'd connecting good harbors'oalheAtlantic .
on a : Governor* and the Gnlf/-- *"-
,to tie ray lingpuuilic., ? We degrees above z ble' Ex-Gov. METCALT- The-Committee on ithel-Eiecutive} ] Pepart.tnentIn'tbibody ferred to that ybrit readers by,4vlfle : .
trust and feel warranted in Mying that she Cata'Me i ;; on Thnrsdayf'afternoon, imiginiiig ; !
become'the candidate but have' BUbmitted Jtheir1'retanV.changes' .- the manner of each of the'diepiu1itits,
wJllcontinWtodoso. .f -. -
> .fji < thermometer'stood at
1 : -t'- 5 : -i' '4 '< r J tweri' "
,- Ut- of.,ms.,advanced years. ,He | tj-: ? -L I I -- -' diflerehce betw n"a 6n.ish'et( arid nri/
-- f 5belqwzcro sjatemeflt; otthema-r
A STLLMEftWRmCIED.The finished parliamentanan -1" r ,iiL &11Jath'e
steamer for Mn ADAMS
gress as. ; .c :'..: v. r -t 'K pw kV 1 0as i conrse'of Ivro'dairy"paperiistd1 disasUra.on thft,waters QLthad.Wet
thPfla1pbabo nd for'Molistoltl S. twenty-six years ago, and DECISION follows! t 1i 'j/itr-rf bewlilttf ablish didihis'
,-The; Supreme ,Court t r ? JiyjhtB'J ssl'The ct Bh'owtthatdaridg theiyear t&50th r !

i- bi1u ofCap Uatteaonth' Governor m'-4 .i of*:--'Kentucky-... uTa 4 f. < < :. United States have unanimously deci '' Governor to be elected by thtppL& win car jthe flaWfrdo&aftFpn) were fifty-three vessels totally lost/bf'whi/

during heavy weather from the lug canvass twenty-one years ;, ,Jn'the.ase( 6f for a term of four years, and to-hate feat:-aependence at' its editqria| nasrfitil&' thirty hrteefwerei saok ifomteenibqrnt,.apdatxidtatroyed
I': North Ea>t* The oat bad become so much fJ7:; "r -- 1 : ; hompspn'.Fjorroan ryof,$5,000 a year Herrisrtoi have ,no aret d'i ia 1utt ItvilL ugiveaa'irwaf l m byuplosion.h awhaecidentsas
Boston,' that, duties ph'oqj( htl .llaf3 President
h : 'cordiaUnppoit Tillmori'S
injq; fii't w a s/found nectssary to ajichprheMn : CoxrxssRenbea -A t;
: ( assessed upon goods, warev and rrner-.i: appi1tSnefltflO%* exe>cise'd"iy theE adThihistrati6n-jQstrsb far'aijit ueditbrs V1 ,
( fathom in whicb rtua- executed .Albany, Ny. | TJe. upther of persons killed was.nearlysiveS
terpA' : ,, $ poVtfee;cpstr or value'4bd th< utive hiLJjs4'3 ien it Vu. liV 'lh' 'lMi1rnnt 1111 tiotibe. Very ,soon went to pieces. iTbe uiLiorthe.murderpftwo. 1- ':Aernoc1jeuotilt (kth ii- .fvfi,
"* -- ->" >!-! i'AKi j wtwe'pflMured.-abrVad$ ;,anil3no | .1inuit %a),
the of Lester ujro .wJfe
name (one seven,
Captain in
E portioaoTbecrw passengers ; Jvalue at the.f1iinean4; place.*i,'ship' 4I J PI'd destroyed 7fanitr>ese accid.and nth). xeds1
and the other five made t ; of' 3
, were,saved Juid brought..into ilmingloov ,) a to this country.* Vr 'd $ 4ut ilUnDf4ollars.; Fheqkiefdisasters
: :? Sixteenpersons'.were on the 6f his guilt few da&previ f.- : hefeEthe
? ; : offlet 1
afnte +
w -4 4 ifrer eie
4t wreck, who have bn&mbtedlypeiibe&t.t '- : ecutin.1 11e, sarshis object. P M.GZN..SO1QgflD; pay! reake6f_ tbd Housf the West, AnthQnJ4 Wayflet 4JcU'P9nIass
WBk ftVQ
f Jovjlan4: theAngltprtii4h
them was that his chance'fof \ Esq.,.of Tennessee ha.i whjjo presiding over the SenateJ'arid'thejbaT.aryV / Lb fastroiui'M ab3.s3I
CoKKECnctJT '._. isbrof'1il4 bf'tMso
. "Da1crjrA-s ,. ] ,,
theeruatorial zLri -
i1ioTfMA -
whick the GbVernbrwhlIe'perf3rmWr ub. I
property boys i pf I'psTMaister iiisastea
'j i Th"btnionlos dmocricy" of 'ConiietiltL Ass1ta't .pn- 'duties. ,.. *** '"?irt L-i in tinoii- ld.i 'i'dtTtiJji sl w krearty'fa1'hundfty.
rendered : iut )'1I.i3 aIsM
p rnigh be more sure. .in of .'
cut place !rMaj* S; Hpbbie,,"yf ho !hu & ) 44 ttt -h.iidr -
epper ATrea
HV" *c : "
P .inif PA Jf wig., tq ,
; i ) .. sol -- "r r I 4fli&j L sifT
piece*. We notice,that ju* ziii f
tlietwo wings'of THE Legislature of-North & -,- by the people. 4J QL Boston Xi'6 njterB6 tehat lcbM&n114ttTfrz SJY3icA4'YdI4t4

;4 Ae'partybave tathleaUediwpariti CohVep- adjourned on. the29tfii_ .nit. -!&5 'DisTROTKD BT* Fiaz> The Tbr Ponmi --_.ioaers--_----_-- !rsecte4 ) .bepeopqjocp thert exists-g> :dirtresa eambnif Uhea foti*

41' /or.tteVlomnal5pnpf\M&) ; ; \ p)5cer) bid been before the two ?| tbj ''Aji.. hahyf riveri'itfjttsisupposed tflin ofsz, PLo iite States slavo to -Jwho hays e4=f root th.Northerd was brought into the Unite&States 1Lwftith Dwtrk

i I One while party the colored call ihemsefves "the democracy for the callfof 1 a Convention, of --. !M fP.t1Y.trOYc4- .1 7 U efoA i ; :lLtha ClothnLn4othrzbso1a1 Cana4aLiTheyam enc fledoffood aries ofn $'- iwnk4w, Cap1 thh

or-"ngger" portion of theeI to amendThtonstitutionoithe ; i.tO,000, upoinybichJhe 'as dmon ynipa1rths ex*

; ; parir Urm blmselvW'-wthetrreerIJem6cra. rejected the Senate)); rote: e1df$3GO0tL Itts-$ ttb be p.nsubf tae
- t.' Ei.Iocf M ,tic u a. ? -,,* 7therei4siiM )1ar.taniI th 1t'k
I .. ,zi 'r jlion. wSfirlV WceVdia'fy1'' a t'n pij The 4P som e years ag
Si- : S-'KiurMAS/a
U. : iti :- -, &AbOveaU.weirnyp4J: hat tbe ted that'Jdhyiit'h
u t Congress -from-the.State of HOMESTEAD, ExEMPTioir. .The ',Nei* yesterday afteroooa.n. .on, $&!D cla* f ; &: ympatwith : edriS5yt

t i fjBeo, f adersp'ri' ecf If on .,_. Kt'lfew Wa-sh'mgioaon'the' 31st nit: of La'bicxethpts) eorn minute, after tattmk J, -their suflcnngs awf aie'Biore'readys'to der, of Baltimore, assisted bynffibeviiab1ink
'wnceraedia r fni. J i'. .' if t-. .( /roro herhull relieve theiwaatatb thetAbditionists....
Oiieaasp\bpinjf tb CJiban! : He aAe'en s.i4 JJoM
;i Jyer
tI ;, ; : a on execution for debts hereafter con, That elaw-they,would find Jheir .
j hunde4 among mas
f t Jives er lo* ,inciudjn all
t expedition were unable to agree on a ver House since the annexationpf- --' the earn of fj,000 for a man having -' thcrdeck hands f and two of; the fiemei1'n; (era at homev !* w doob| trot many of them -rf-jT *. "f' ; i- i j\ t J>* ; -v*!-*- -

dict. .Union, a family, has gone in to operation, the cabin passengers escaped.; re .now beginning gto, think- CAoriwi remanded to.the custody or the Marshal.Inquirer .
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f re ldeitt Fiflalors sma"fciVcMklMt. I9posaiafor Carrying the Mall 3598 From Fanning, J>vy ,eounty-HForV FaivJi [such, b4prIort9 the first daofJuty nexl.with
I 11ak4d1I ; ,re ning,)at 1 tun once kw t& Wednesday at least twvsitt d cjinstIIbspet tbtig on the

r 'Inere Has &bley1IIaUaiIr.. RoMzs.Dogget H*. By tok'sflatnWcKW4rrkitiF tdiaIloT fond tbe service iroose, 5?, (0 tones .
tersburg (Va.) Intelligencer, nd tv9>childniit pt.UaIlid4yf J< Booth, J,, ,'j 1)ted -rbrI 21. A : ( IIST,4tteSUISi.. t
len &B perfect a Jm in politk5 as flow jtre.. ;.. IEoeFerd4.- -Lit ; -- ,1tat.mf Xst ir $11 term,,Ita tandbtt. a *' n-

eNistSi&ot the United States and the reason of Srm,araexoujL,'inrnufa .B.-Gen;Ewfc ; ,* ; I; -:: Waukaac;(Wanketna.j Jefctslooun. 4 ': sioI b. ruc9v.Sofal to Interfere tmgIbr
p1&IQ4'ThU4r the conduetif Hopkins, JMu ey, and lady Richards and .. itehalibs the : ;ty'by6p mieztk'riday: Uesr ? 0W ii, alter'the 1..t ouriet. fur re. ivb
it i fv : en Administration has lady, James BevilL, ;v, :4utj ot the Postmaster General, ia *U tear let. ;. Aedback between 6 a konday, aod.I2mwxt beund rslnedpestuiameycf-.eertIeed bids. ti4 5 ott.P.4Pest .-%.
's -
FiIrn6r that he -
( rreUeuf fcTK,>ST.tiLviHw ,- airn.tFE 9, Mrs., ,tinspfoontractifqrthe txansportM&on.oftb.mail Wednesday.. 8 **.Jns .W t4 j: is well acquainted wUt ko guarantor de,1y*ts4uhs tab'csssM
to' eatsTyhose.whtL Proposals to eommeae*at Wacasassa iaC5 above named and their propertyand that they, no to
entirely Melntosh., ** to let the fcanw, in every case. totbUowwt.bidder 4 -- I are certify the Pnelenq r.jnmat or's .
,'pen ceres3thuaent3i In.brzngIng 'him 3o theltfIvocthTh Jeadering sufficient guaraittaoa foe faithful -1ted e eS5231.: it 11 art *ufficientand" -able'. to- 'maiff good tneifguarantyrfj TtLzes withoutknuwi4gthahey'are'pRMM if
anT without 2lromTaatpa at 12 m ease a week,Sunday; "i ;.** & .ci-.e; 3,3Wi?" Pue.nt reponiibiflty .fld "fl
wbicS be n occupies performance, other reference to the modeof "" 1' bIdd.TIIeuT1 '
3tk1fltIEn By.lcbepuehesassaand Jemigan ,, 'iItsdt IS gnedJ, n.,. ., : toss; 'a
I calami such transportation thanmay be aecesrtary to"provide ; ; 'n- : ; 1vretiaie ucUitiiei that ssj
who great
I0 SC those elevatior.- On.tb!6th inst., in t. /ohn! Church, TIIhatmeeby -' for the due celerity, certainty, and, ee*' "- To MelfoBTflle' 'by' 12 m next- Wednesday, 4 1 VIT 1 7si 4, : 1 it L'q afaliurii c enter into or perfom the eoBtraetofer
-, M" theT country from -lus BeT.'F.'IL ,iity of such transportation r Bur: shallanynew ,103 miles tr 4 r-r 1, ;r v j- tf INSXRCCXIQNS.: i th ie'- Dosed for in the accepted his-Is their*
Mr. FHlmore succeeded the Presi- :; RutledgeD.'D.VCHaEUESW. : contractor hereafter .be required to purchase. out, And back between 2pm Wednesday-; !et1 lY bflutj.-j, be euforeed ialnstibIm.rI'P

When country *was -in 'a crisis from Itowsixa; Esq, Secretary of Statej.br"the -or take at a valuation, the stock or.vehicles of any l2mnextSaturday. ",_- !/kwzl'cti t witt be'-..abetntiaiZjt4Wm.retofar.

dencrinhe but the most consummate State 9t Florida,.to JdJsi FisrMuaniaa, of previous contractor for the same route" .. 3525. From Tampa'* at 6 a m"once' a week,Tour ,.*r rncbrporated fa the cintracls -' .used In phi. ep.rtaiexaL, exeep
nothing yj' : --- --V :', & .. \ 'I > p '
whicD 03-Bidders will be carerolto read tbe forms and moultoned In thes
Portsmouth -tJ Tf *?. rv- : rui1 awSj* f -
could 'To Manatee 't??
rrudence firmnessand sagacity res- 1rgin1L'1 instructions appended to this advertisement They by 12 m next"day,42 miles v v ,*1. revert minutes are allowed for opening and strnetlone and conjitiwa- on allafltos4 'w

*At that time false step, or an un. are requested to state in their proposals, the / .AndbackbetweenHam Tuesday, and 12m closing-the mails at in offices-WheTo no particular and steamboat routes she eentrsct.rs will be ve.ji
cinyit. pateTflg'vhb ih A mode by which they :intend toconvey..the mail. nextdaynS329 time ia specified;'*nt on .railroad and"susudhoat- nire4 t. detirethe amnil.lots the pM ees
rnaTIyana Suet pending' VA112NT11VES!;)Where the sire and weight of the mails, 'or. the From. TallahaBsee% *t7 a ..triweeklyMon.day routes their, is to be no-more delay than is aecosaary ,t.hICUdsoftborifl101 tbapi.4.ce.
which were
tremendous Administration A FINE;aswrtment ,of Yalcntincs and Fancy speed called for in the schedules shall require tit,, ednesdayp.n&FriJay -to deliver and receiTe the bags. % not more 'than ely roia fr.esths ralirsud ****
lave been fatal to bis -, ToSLMsrk'.byl2m,22mile.; .. .2-t The mail M to>be in Iauaing.i 'i t
wall not only Valentine paper ion received, by the contracts will bo made forooach, steamboat, conveyed preference : ,
but to the Union itself.' The Feb. 5, :.WM. P. DEWEE3- ; or railroad-'conveyance, a* the ease may be J and ABdbackl>etween2pmand7.pm. -,: .? passengers; and-'to heir entire exclusion, if its r KK. hALL, Postmaster Gswvi. -
fearful one, but Mr. Fill.more : consequently, such routes will be let to bids pro Proposals to extend to Newport aw invited., weight;ami bulk reqaku it. .$ ,., j .. aDePtrteQe. .
emergency rasa 3330 From Tallahassee at 7 a m ri-weclJy,Mon frf-S-i Post oSce blanks uiaill and the specwlosentaof r i His Message posing such mode of conveyance. In all tether: >ag3, ,_ ,, ,
himself equal to it. DISSOLUTION. day. Wednesday 4 is. t .
and ,
Friday Hbre : .
proved cases the routes will be assigned to- bids, propoa- ; Dtparttacnr, on the exhibition" 4 4
to Congress dispelled all doubt and COPARTNER; SHIP heretofore existing I log the cheapest mode of transportation.; To Newport by I p m, 19 miles; their credentials are to be'convered without fur :
fear and after twelve months of fearful TIE Buffington & Ryan at' White, Spring \ ( -Railroad companies..are, specially. notified And back between 2pm and 7 p in,' tber charge on JiiaU.liim lulmiuingxif suek'conrveyancc. tt ImITISI.! 1'ERIOD1&L' *
all ilanrlton is' this day 'diswlred mutual 3531 Froni'Tallahassee at 7 am -twice a week; .- .
breathed freely and all co.j by that their regular bids are to be understood aa including -- ; .
Citation the country conicnU S. BUFFINGTON,. the supply of each office on the line -of Sunday and Wednesday : 4-iMaJl agent are to be/ednTcycdwith6ul TI1E4flSJEk3
was calm a- ain. It may be said that, inavowirp C. E. I.YAN. their respective roads, not oyertk quarter of a mile \Varteeinb, Perry, SL kt m. iToee1y charge'on'tbe'priieiatraIIrom4 andTrttataboat :. :::

his determination to carry outthelegilati0fl JackMnvillc, Feb. 1, 1850. 6th tf from a dcbpt. Separate proposals for offices more Iran, TaiofahadIon C."HVolutnpus, lines, where the size efiihe maiia and tbe number r '
of Congress and to resist all attempts than a quarter of a mile off will bo considered. To MineralSprings,and Little River j .' of the,offices will' require-their epiploYment.by the, il ct- r-tii1
AUigatonbyv12 m next uay12 miles; Department; and in that'case, a separate apartnwul G&f.'Sifcx
he .Jfov54
disturb the Compromise, merely Brought JaiL 'e- And back ;,
to the'arrival of
for carrying the mails of"the k4aonvfllcnd1slsayat5pMondayand- far the exclusive use of tha Department und
did his duty. This is very true, hut if all COMMITTED to the'Jail'of'thu comity on PROPOSALS from the 1st.of July,: 1851 ; j agent fur the assort in r and afe-kc puig -of-the A10NflNt'Et0pntIjsljhe fi1edmg' -

men did their duty, there would be no necessity a runaway negro man--wiys' to the 30th of June, 1335, inclusive, jn Florida; Thursday J and 10 p m next days.; ; L'. ] mail, is.tobe provided by the contractor,,wider '1-': ish Qu&rter1yJte'vlew andB1ackaesd',
or laws. But how often his name in HOBEttT, and that be belongs to will be received at.the contract, office of the.Post, ..Proposals to embrace White Springs,|n lieu the direction of the Department. ajanne; in addition to which they Las.rurts
government in office listening Mr. William R oyall*near Ocala, (Marion coO Office Department the'city-of Washington,' S .Little River, will be considered ; al* 5. la all eases there 13 to be a"lorn.-itnre of the ly commenced the publication of a-valuable _Arrtcultaral -
have we seen men, high Said negro ia about 23.years old,5 feet 7 or 8'incbes until 10 a m of.the let of April, 1851, (to be decided supplying LttIe'iliver,ln-uchcase' ,' once pay!? of the trip,when U*tap in.m ran ; and of work, called the -
the suggestions of selfish ambition a week.froinV'biteSpziog.. \ : not :u>ore than. three times.th, oftho Farmer's Gnide
to and heeding bigni by the 19th day of April) on the routes and pay. trip iiuc n4 Pnttiml"By
on the one hand, or unmanly timidity The owner It requested to 'come forward, prove 5i the manner and time herein ppecified, via: 3532- Fromalla11iopee at C. a ntw1ce1Awee1c? when the trip w'tot run,'and'no*sufficient excuse .,
other instead of being guided by the property, pay expinem, and take him away.VM.GRQTHEJsIIor ,. '-'- 4- MwuapanaFridarAit for the failure is furnished,'a forfeiture of at leastonefourth -- 1' :'i 4/
on the rFLoiiibJL By Miclosnkee and Sontherland Iht.iBT SrcraE-v F-K.
I). C. ; part of it when the running or arrival
of duty. Those, then, \vlw>, in a To Monticello by 6 ,36 miles ulhur of the 'BM& t&'IttriffiuSEl.utwlby
tern sense 'vb. 1 1S51-tf. p m ; i*BO LIT b uinditiin<9 as to less ,the. connexion $
Miirit of cavil, say that President Fillmore. 1501 From St.Augustine'- at" 15"a m once a week, 4 And ba
mly done his ddtv," pay him tire very *Wednesday ;' : .. -,?* :, 8533- FromT&Ihhnssecat6a onceaweek,' proportion out when agrade of service ii rendered PrcftiBurof.'5ci nti4c Axrioultar IaXak tol-
bas meed of Jacksonrille Male Institute. fly! Jacksonville and Kirklaml ; Tuesdaf inferior to that in the contract. '.ThesgfarfeUttr&s UH'AV _, --m-
highest compliment. What greater To St, Mary's by.12 m next day. 90 miles ; By Centieville, Mannington, and ;Dnncans- may increased into penalties of higher amount, '. highly valualk" ; work -m"V comprise twos '

pran can man receive from his Maker or REV. I. SWARTA.3L, PRINCIPAL. And back between'*" 1pm' -Thursday- and .11 '' vifleGm. y according to the nature or frequency k of the fil- large royal uctavo volumes*, containingover I4BOpajcr.TwitkilS t*
his fellow-man than that "he has done his pin next day,;. ,. ?, To TlioizzThe, Ga., by 7 p m, 40 miles; are and the importance of the mAil. or 3D splendid steal-engraving*; :rand

1 Of how many of ns can it be truly Raid Tullton. Proposals far semi-weeklv service are invited. And bock between 6 a m and 7pm Monday. tf. duty of 3502 From .St. Augustine at 21-2p ox twice aweek 3534 Froth'Tallahassee at Sam of the -
either at the bar of human opinion or tri-weeklyMoai bfeK tisfactorily'exlainedia( due times for Vailing- highest style art, illustrating anaost every
slid, Neither Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic Monday, and Thursday day, Wednesday, and Friday; --'- '- to take from, or delirer: V* pot oCco, the mail impkment of'husbandry now'in uebythe best
at llie triluiial of Omniscience: and Pemuanchip quarter, 94 00 To Picohita by.'Tl-2pml8milei; By Salubrity aud Quiney;. .T a \\ or3Uiyj|>art of it: for suffering jt to be wet,jajur Cinaeni, the best method of ploughing,p1aaUa ,iei..t,
Mr.-Fillmore, for himself, or his friends m >eogr&i>hy, (;ranlmar. History- Compostgition AiuI back between arrival pf Savannah mailr To Bainbridge, Ga., by 2p am,46znilea ; d,"lost;'or 'destroyed jT or convoying'it Ins baedting, & ., &c tao vario4Ijd0amttM.t

his behalf, can desire for him a brighter pge Elocution and Book Keeping & 00 say 7am and 12 m. And back between 4 pin Tuesday,Thursday place or manner that exposes it to depredation; auiiaaU iu their highest perfection ; in short, t& *
if at the close of his Administration libber branches of an. English, ilatbcmaticul 3503- From St.'Augustine twice a month,in steamboats -- and Saturday, and *a m next days., loss, injury ;Jar,refusing alter dfaur4 toconvey Pictorial ftatare of t lie book u uniaae, and win
in history, and Scientific coarse, 6 00 ; : Proposals for 3 additional weekly trips are a'mail by any coach, railroad ear or steamboat render it of inoakaifoMg r alaeiotne etudapt tfagriculture.
it catr be said truly, "lie DID HIS lie Ancient Langnagru, 10 00 By Smvrna, Indian River; San Lucia, Jop- invited. which the contractor regularly r'unsouUe; .

DCTt." A quarter eoneista of eleven weeks, and two iter,-.Miami, Key' Largd, Indian'KeY, KeyWeet .3535 From Tallahassee at 6am once.a, week, route beyond the specified number of trips'in the .'i he work 1
sci'sionsaday_ : 9to12a.m.,3top.m. Chariot Harbor.8amsotatnnipa, Friday, ,.. 1 ,. eontractandfurnot; arriving at the time set Jaud ,-of C4i-pag 'caok, .xebuirWy .ftb* -
General Bent.Bex Exercue commence on Monday;the 3d day of CecUr Keys, St' Marks, Apalaebicola, St: By Benhaden, Shell Point, and Pawtuxet; ', for setting np.or running an express to. transmit Steel engravings, and i* sokia* 3D .eaMae ,

well known Polish General,died February next.January Josephsand St. Andrews;- To Sopehoppyby 8pm,45 miles;. .-. .v commercial intelligence,in'ad ranee pf the mail,a for! the, entire work ia nouben, the 1851. tf ToPensacola; And back between 6 a ni and 8 pin Thurai' penalty will be exacted equnl'lo a qnartvr'rf payf win be'at least twenty-two.. -
at Aleppo in the first part of December.- 28. And back between' dy; ---"7.4 I'he Postmaster General may annul the ., ,.TheBrithfm Penodieslsre-publisbed ins ns t

Hettmained in the Mahoinmedan faith to Separate proposals for sections of the: above 3536 From Newport at 6am once, week. Thurs contract fur repeated failures; for. violating the followviit'l .< I, .- >. f -j -u 4fl

the last and was buried with military honor TOTICE.Afl persons indebted to the estate route will be considered. Bids to specify a day; post office law?; for disobeyiijg"ntbe instructions The London Quarterly Review,(CoBierrativaV tdl

.With Bern faith was,a matter of small I of the late George Rcab, deceased, schedule of arrivals and departures Bv'WTankrenah ;' "*""' of the Department; for refusing discharge a The Edinbuqf .Review, (WW- Ji rU .,,,
*. action and that are required to make payment to the undersigned, 8504 From Jacksonville at 6.* monce1 a week, To Montic-ello by 6 p m, 32 miles;'. carrier when required by ihe Department; for assigning British Review, (Free Cliueeh ) .Th M setain.
account; his business was and all jwrsons having demand against said estate Monday ; ,., { J And back between a-wand 6pm Wednes the'eontraet without the consent *f the rter'Review/X Liberal aiid'EIaekood'jE4fa.r1U
intense and tumultuous sort.- them atested To Haddovk by'12 ni, 20 miles ; ... I General for : ,
of the most are requested to present properly day. ? Dstmayter ,'or setting p Or running burgh Magaiio*; (Tory.) j. : ;}*
His ouly religion was to avenge his country withiu the time prescribed bv law. And back between I p m and 7 p m. 3537 From Qulnov at 4pm, or,after arrival of an express as aforesaid. ....i ., ... Althongh'tke works are distinguished btbs.L
and' 11EMIV IX HOLLAND, 8305 From'Jacksonville iwiee a.week, Sundays i mail from IlainbnJge, once a week, Tuesday b. The'1'aeterGerlay.1tei the'eon-
Ilussinn despotism, lcMroy skad above indicated .bat,
; the political ,a smalL
iipbu of the Czars. Peitonally be Jan. I, 1831. Administrator and Wednesdays, after., arrival of teamboat. f' .. ,/"?. ,1 .- traet, and alter the schedule, be allowing a pro I tkeir, contents is devoted*jet to political,,n'fortioii.of
the tyranny' ., My at"10pm ; To ApaLtchicola by lOp m ncxtAayi, 70 rat*increase of*ewpea Oioiy witlrin the jTB lnctiouB w.bjfeU-"It iithrirlittrary eharacter which p
uf .tie Uraveta and roost generous 13j'raudy Branch,..Barber's andf Ocean miles -/ *' "
was one DENTISTRY.III. ; imposed bliw1or the additiooal scrrioereiuire gives them theif chief value -intl m-tkaf-tbey1**
of beings-a man of most fertile reso res Pohit ; .. ,. > And back between 4 a m'Saturday., and 9 am l, or for the increased spedy if U> employ- stand coufasBedly fir abov uLL4&bCr'jonnial.-ed4
and origmal mind-next to Napoleon and D AMBLER intends making a professional To Alligator 4pm dcxt dav. 70 miles ; next days. : i meat of additional ,stock OK carrier ,w naderednecewary their class. BUtckuxnd, still under the masterly' -
commander of modern visit to Alligator early in January, And back- between, 1pm Mondays and Proposals for semi-weekly and'tri-weekly ; but the contractor may, la such ease, 3JJancc ofClrfctoi liprCb,iaala6ua,rta XB-
\refin) dn; the great nd will |ia*$ from there to Knwannee Springs,' Thursdays, and 7 A m next days. service will be considered. reUu'juiih,the-.coutrwt, on timely notice..leTprcfurait
tunes. He wasjauall] in stature, but of an Cewnansvillc, Ocala, and other places ia that 3306: From Pjlatka at 1 p nt twice week, Mondays 3538 From Quiney at 12 m once a week;Wednesday to the-change. ,The Fostwadter Genwal dent celebrity from,the serial*a\works viiijie1asues.ally of liulwer and otb-attractive

active-eiairicnt. His will rrertion- 1'crsoiu wishing his services will and Thursdays ; ; ; "fToSecluJoby may annul the contract or curtail the sarrice -, writteifor'tbat
him notice at some of the above places. By Orange Springs, OrangeLake, Ocala, 3 when he WMhca CT litatrary-notabies, 'MgsIiae'Jand
once fixed, notlitng short of imjiossihility ilea give pm,9miles ; i and pay, to dispense; with the imt appearing in its uilnams beth' invsat'ii'3liritahiantLialhe
thai he December, isio.: tfDutal Camp Ixard, llonituosassa. and Spring Hill; And back]bet ween Sam and 11 a in. service, in whole or'ih part, or'place a higher or LZnI&e4 tltatee..Suekworkaam"Tb.
and was
it impossibility
could turn To Tampa'by 10 p m next Wednesdays and 3539 From of
Qliney after arrival mailfrom different grade nerrkre on the ,'ontebe allowing Caxtow" Nov -
tlie.Iafl to admit lie was born at Tarnow, County Tax Cdlectorlt Sale.BY Saturdays, 159 miles ; i "' BainbriJge, say at 7 p in twice a' week, one mouth's,extra jtiyon the amount,-di.eam.ni Btfwer.) -My PenmsularMedaHand. and"My-New ," "The', (ioth Green by

in Gallicia, in 1135, and was accordingly U1ack! between am Mondays and Tburs- Tnesdaj and Saturday; ; with. '. .' ,. ,e 4 ." an*otter sariabvof wWeh nmmrotis rival" .*
his death. A'IRTUE of authority in me by law Test I- id-10p m next Wednesdays and To Chatahoocbce by 12 p m,21 miles ;- % >i, ,9.; The payments 'wiQ be 'maJe' throughdraftson edkiwus UBBed the i
fifty-flveyrarsoldat ar by leading.pabflsbeva
ed,I shall ex] se for sale, ia front of the IJTvs. And back between 2am and 7am Wednesday post offices or.otherwise, after the expiration be those
this to reprinted
Court House door of-Uuval county, on the .First 3. Ibitka at 5 a m twice a week; Sunid countryhave by paWZj"fchers
Horrible.Oa *, and 4pm and 9pm,Sunday, -; t > of each, quarterray ia. JfebruaryjJVlay, Angast, from the IHaekwood, after it ka*&"
Monday in May, 1(31, the following described Thursdays; 9540 From Cbatabooebee at 5 a m twice a week, and Xovember10. ,, ., -'
been ittutd by Mean ilfott Co- that Mb '
Saturday evening, the llth ult., a tragedyoccurred rwperty,or tn much thereof; as will pay the State ByMadiaoneoro' Newnansville, and > llisville Sunday and Wednesday, from.15th of October The distances are given according the scribers to the Reprint of that Magazine, so al-* -_

at Dubuque, Iowa, almost and County taxes due thereon for the year 1850, ; to 15th of June ofcch year,and at 7 "bett information; but no increased. pay win be sbe may the
rely on bsriog szfiatattadiqg.oC **
horrible for belief. It seems that aoung ugether with all necessary expenses attending To Alligator by 9 p m next days, 90 miles; a m once a week,Sunday,from 16th of June 'allowed, should -they f>rbre to be greater than is ways tales. ..
fascinating ,
too the bead of And back between Mondays and Tbnrs- < ? ,
mast?*le. A tract of land lying at 4pm < to 15th of October; .4'rertissd.Wi.he placesmr.vorreetiy'aarnsd.r> .. u -
\ man, named Arnold Harlm,employed 'otbburg Creek, in Daral County, bounded as days,'and 12 m next Wednesdays and Sat By Ochecnee, BlouuUtown, .Rickoe's Bluff, I' ill. The Postmaster General ia prohibited by tTERMS.perannum.: *

ai a ,clerk in Jklr. Thcdigna's drug store, on follows: On the North aud'East by lands belong- urdays. / lola, and Fort Gadson r. lt ?> law from knowingly making k eon tract'for thetransportation For any one of the four Review's,' L $3 ft)
that evening called the attention of Mr. T. ink to John ,S..S-nnnm; on the South by lands, crateosakfoi each part of this route' L- ,, To AijalachieoU.'by'if *"m Monday and ot the
which lie was heating iu a ladle tcTonging to Alexander I'luminer; and on toe dividing at Kewnansville, are invited. 444 Thursday; 15th of October to 15t h of Jane, snail have entered 4nt ;any tocub iija i uprpro- For any three. :; .-- .de .7 *ist
to a liquid Vest by hinds belonging to Fernandez & 'llLibee 3503 From Pilatka' at'7 a m once a week, Tuesday 'and by 6 a in Tuesday, feadoe,ofryear.150 posed to enter info any combination; 'to prevent For all four of the Reviews, 8 OG : ,
at the stove. On Mr. Thedinga's looking levied upon ras the property of Goodwin, or ; miles ; \ .. the making of any bid for a mail contract by any For KUckwood's Magazine, "; S OO '
up llarlin"dashed the contents in his face: owner unknown. UltiAli BOWDEN :By Volnria, Fort Butler, and EnU>rnrise ;' And back between 10 p m' Monday and other peHOZtynpenoas, or.>rtio,shall iar >mdo For Blackwood and three Reviewt P 1.

the Jiouid was the oil of vitrol! Georyoun" eSlrasser Jan2.-td Tax Assessor and Collector D.1 C. '- To Mellonville by 7 p'mnext Thursday- ; rhur.dsy..sind 12pm next' days,' .15th of any agreement, or shall havctgiveitor performed, For Bbckwood the four Rsviewt. f,.. U) ad4

man in Mr. TLedinga'ts 150mncs ; October 15th of June,, and 'between iOn promised to give perform, any consideration For Banner's Guide_ complete in 22 NM.), 00,

a forwarJ betivcen Harlin and DISSOLUTION AND FORMATION OF And back between 7am' Friday,' and 7 p m m Wednesday" and" 12m Friday- ,'-residue- of to door'nut to dp; any thing whatever to induce Payments t employ, sprang Sunday. year. ,;/ any other person net to bid for a.mail cont .ct.-
his victim, when the ruffian d.hedinto his COP44It TNERSIIIP. 3509 From Pilatka at 7 a m once week' Tues Proposals to"-conunenee at Bainbridge are- Particular attention'VcaUecIJo'the 23th"sectionof 4 CLIBUNG., ,

face the contents ofa phial of the same burning Copartnership heretofore existing under day;! invited; ab At first it was supposed that THE firm of Cureton.*'Titos &.Harris, i* I y Enterprise t of October to 15th of June-.' prevent bidding: -'"" ". '" -" ,' .', ', above'prices will be allowed to t3ubs .rdering -
liquid. To Mellonvillo 10 next day 130 mile ; 3541 From Ga. at' 31-2 twice'a 'aftd time' to'wit four on&ee'm se'et the*7I3'above
his day dws lve the young man must Lave been laboring CURETON,-TITUS ft HARRIS. And back between 1pm Wednesday,,and 3 weekTmesday and Saturday: '' 'April nat;at 10 a m/or without the guaranty re-i work! Thas 4 copies;of< 3aekw o4r
under a fit of insanity, but the discovery of Jacksonville,'Lec.'tb,1830. p m next day. .{See 3508.) *M By Chattahooche ; Marianna SenrloekV cured by Uw.'or that eoiubrneg several routes ini oe .of the Review wfll be sent.to erne addon for; -j.

his dead body nest morning on a common 3510 From Enterprise at 6 a m. once- a- week, Spring, Wcbbville .Carnpbellton, Geneva, i one sum-of compensation'; cannot considered in & i 4 copies of the four-Reviews. and.Blaekwood 7 l. 4
the town with the following note bnYnei conducted the above- Thursday ; iUa., Gentwillc,,Fa., Almirant j,Milton, competition*with"th.e"regular proposal, not-adjudged -, for $30 ; and so on. "" "' -'' *
hitherto "
near upon The > by ToNew'myrwiby6pm; and Floridatown ;,J ? to be extravagant.'l3. .- ;' \ ::\ &} Orders from Ctttbt must be lent rfirrrf hate
bisperson showed that the diabolical out named firm will be henceforward conducted. by And back between Cam aud V pm, 'ues T. To Pensaeoiaby 4am Tuesday, \and Friday .- A bidder may offer, where the4 trinsportation I'uUinhirf, as no diicdaat'freia. these prices f

rage perpetrated by him was premeditated. anduudertbe-xmof TITUS.Jackwnvnie day. ,230 miles; .. .,-. ;, called for in the advertisement is difficult or canbeallowedto4gezLs. '- ,n7p
It supposed that the wreJclieJ young Dec. 2hhi0.CURETON, & tf' 3311 From TCcw'Smyrna on tie' first Friday of And back between Sam Tuesday,and'Fri'day i impracticable at.certain waaftna,to subitUnta an Money, current in"tba' SUks' "where' '" issued, ,
committed suicide by taking p'rusaic ea<-h month. and 7pm:Thursday and Sunday.* ., inferior inodd ofconveyunoe,or to intermit service bereceiveiaj.psr "* -" I
mail By Indian River and Jupiter : Proposals torun 4irettto; Iari3nn.- a specified number of days, weeks, or months. lie gyltemitUnees'imd eoBiBiuntcatfony'siwalj ;i"4be'
acid; Jacksonville and Alligator To Miami in 12 days, SWtnilef ;" Brown's Ferry, are invited.) t ; may propose toomit aaefice tbatis>teaooesribler always nddrened., postpaid or franked,tethfc Late -

January 11, 4 &docLP.. 3I request PLANK ROAD-NOTICE.. And back between the 15tb and end of each 3342 From. Marianna at, 6 A,, m, once a week, or is nolon the.stage road.the jailway-.ir.a1-a: Vublisiiera P -LEOAILDtXlrk COj ',
month. v3512 '4 .. ,. _. tbe "79 Fuftbn'st N.T.; entrance 54 Goldi
Thursday : -* /: steamboat landing aa ease maybe ;or he may: 4 ,
the-rcaJcr of these lines to say to the-good From JJarbonr'a at S a m once ft week, M on- : Bv Orange hflIlIolmes'.Valley,.aud Chest -offer ttsbstitutc-an3nfexioiniodeof-zuppIy in' T Jan 9. t'I.-: r iJ i -'-eii j ..ii

Catharine 13-, in my name, farewell, and rrw[ BOOKS SUBSCRJTTION to the tiny nut'liill; .' -. such 9a.* to beg her to pardon m?, at least, after my ___ -coital stock of the Jacksonville and Alligator ly'ewRiverFort tlarlee,and Fort Crane; To' U.chce Anna.by.5 p icatdays, 4. hours dPi-artare and arrival, provided no; OKI* r IL pdaPROPZCTt'OTTE-

death for the heavy wrong I am about to Plank Road Company will be opened at To Micanopy by 8 p m next day,68 miles ; wOe ;. t, -', * .:- rAnd running time U asked,.and itii obvious t that no
the store Feruaudcx, Bubee. Co. m Jaekoaville -. And back between Sam Wednesday, and 5 ,**ck between 6 a Tuesday; audi mail annexation or other publip accommodation E Y "
do her. I wish her happy. J Jo it intent and at the stOre bs S.L. NiUack & Co., ptn next days.-; -. pm next days. > i.r. ia prejudiced. Ue may ask for more running time Tjw'UOn i. -5T *if--" a --4.-m44Jd?

tiotially. How does it come that the persons at'Alligator, on Saturday, the first day March Proposals to extent to Plcnungton will be 3343 Front Marianna at 9 a m once a week, Saturday to the trip, daring specified number,ofdaya, at 3evotea.to*" Commerce Interest, Agncnlture.of the Literature. "-,'-" '
I most love and respect I could hurt eo much! next,and will continued open until the- whole 'considered. ;, ,-v ,..rrToOcheseeby6pm,30mileii--- --i'! certain seasons >of peculiarly bad roads ; but beyond aridthe'General People-
The behavior of Thedinga and Strasscr, In stock b taken.. 3513 From Newnangvilla at 7 &m once a week, ; .- these changes, "a preposil for>seryi<* difi i<" I. lndapeAJ. t-n(1'artyi'i
In behalf of the Commissioners t Wednesday.: And back between 12mand8p.ni Friday.( cot froia the lulvertuejaeut jrilLptevaat iu beiag- X\ 5' > '..i.---_- 'r *?** *
latter days, was such as i bad to revenge.I .- S. ,l).-FERNANDEZ, Wacasassa TV1T nndcrflgned to publisn, under
By Santa Fc.Fort Fanning, and ; Proposals"forlsemi-weekly service, to connect considered iu ouipetjtion >wUba regidar bid not proposes
cannot write more. Tbedinga could have Jan. 30. 1851.-tf Commissioner. To Cedar Keys by Tf m next days, 110 at Ochcsee with No. 3540 are invited. set aside for extravagance ;and where,a 1I&con- .,2. the tl.qye title, a,weeVlr jie spaper.to*i .be.'. ,
made everything right, if be bad desired.I .- miles -' "' .- 3344 Froia''M riann'ati7 a ni once a.week, talus anybftlie'above alterations,* their dwadvaa-5 devoted to tbe'jmrposes above specified.7 ?

could stand mic-fortune, bat not ignominy. Duv&.CountfShesff's'SoJe.Br And back between JB a m Friday, and 6 pjn"uexl'diiy. Tues lay; '* tages will be estimated in comparing it with other Havieg haJinjaaiy years
did But lii'Calhoun C. ]!.;. ,t' H f pr'po..,.,.. '---c-' 1f the undersigned on y. refrs torlu former
Tbeimga not judge me rigbt. why virtue of in vested by law' ]. *" editorial career as*'guarantee Of what tbe
authority me Proposals say more* AH will boon be settled. expose for sale, in front of the >CourtHouse .' y -aloo to end at Saute Fe. (See 3523 and And back between 7 a w Thursday, and 7 p nropxMa.j-,- .,j. (>- -n K ;.' *x .. .. -- hanop'-proposeuto publish shall bers ,_ ?c:3r*'>
: AUXOLD HARI.IS. door,: in the town Jacksonville, on the' 3526.) 4 m next day- 1 >la.'The route, tie ecrviee, the'ycarly pay, thebidder's ,i+*o arUeie of a pcreonaL.or j ff nsivejcbaract r1 |
Firt Monday in March, A. D. 1831, a certain 3514 From &cwnansvQle at 6 a m once a week, Proposals tcmi-weeky,' and also for- tri- nameaud.reajenceandthe nameof ea Messrs. Tliedinga and Strasfer, though Negro"Woman, named SUCKEYt Levied upon \Vedncsibiy; weekly service, will-be eousidered.- -< ? member ,.of tie JBrni, where a'company .offers. The polHicarpartTca'of day sbaQ 'be-trealel' 1 "
both seriously injured, were doing well. It as the proierty of.ll njaiuin Uarnr to satisfy atexKution "r By; Fort Clark, Wacahoptie- and Fleming-' 3545 From Milton at 6 am, once week;..Wednes shoulttbe ?- i- -' M.I J aboth_ wedS Ar'AH_ witji strict impartiality4 fin short,it sbalUhngri

\vaslhoughl the former would loss one 4bijjs. in favor of John Black, 20tb NorembciTerm.1850 ton ; day; -, "-'- reyanteif-n; 1ihcrin e than cmi 7 the slum ott4i Editor to render bispapef3V amuefu1an4
JOHN G. SMITH, tcriff;' To Oeala t'12 in next day, 67 miles ; iou'1fl and NathansriUe, Ala.; in. t en'!eit 4i' -, L, inter&ing Family Jouxn4c.'"*",' '
;an.L JT; JlcCotJOCl, Special Deputy And back between I p m Thursday, and 8 p To SparU.AU., .by.6 p mnext days,70 ; 'IS. ThVbTd should be sent- -tmder'soatddMs3eilto :Term -ThTOC Dollar$perannnm"j", o iNo. \

th3iiIilL1YaAT, ALL FROM A Kus.CapU .- id.VALUABLE : m next day.Proposals miles; ., -. !--- -- "** : the'FIrs Assistant!FdsfmaJtcf.General,-..with.'Mail *the fc** delivery of tiie'first vumb-ALEXANDERji-
to embrace Mieanopy mil) be con back between Cam Friday and 6pm in the J5tate"or Territory"bf ALB1II.Ti1L
Aud Proposals
J.. M.JMarun bas given us some : ; ,... dtor
: par ridered. "*' ? A .i HtJ J A A A *T M 'Int A* An.! !Dec. iE and Proprietor,
LAND ..FORJAnnllE next days. ,- -_ \ MM- VI rl bVlt VU IUC ZSV VI uu 30.r s-
ticnlare of'an affray which occurred at'Shirt 3515 From Alligator at 5 a m once a week, Satnr- 8346 From Milton: at 6 A m once a week, vV edncs- should bdi patebctl to time to be reeeiisd'b or -
Bend-Miss. E. P. John on, a planter, UNDERSIGNED offers fvr sale'a vainJL rtfdayt day; .E: -' before the let April next, at 10 o'plock A.M. It i-iGPL'ELRSYFE FOUYDRYV.

pave"a party, at which Seth Cox and lady, able tract of' hind on Lake Jcssnp, on tbeSt.'John's li To Olustee by 1 p m,26 inil'-s; By East River, and Alaqua ;. ---. should be guarantied, andffte'' nfficieney of the' -
Dr. Gilbert and others ltiver' ,consisting of 8,000 acres. Two And baek between 2pm and 11 p HI. To Ucb?d Aana by 10 p m next I-riday, S) guatantonrshqnld beduiy'rortifiede forms.IT. .)'- 12S Fulton Street, Son Building, New fork,
many were present thousand are first rate hammock land, equal to 3316 From Alligator at 5 a BI once week.-Friday miles ;* ,:' ,. The contracts are to Jbe execttted%/or,1>e- 4No.. IT.Carat lor1iwqc1eos ''
During the evening a son of, Mr. J., -who any in floridabeaatlfultysltuated on the Lak ; -' > And back:between 6am Saturday, and o p'm fore the 1st July nextvf' "" ." .' !, \ To Se rs apcrwmTTftl pnbllabrn and Prtat.rs.

bad but lately returned from school, avow- and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and By Suwannee Shoals; next Monday. li' Postmasters cfees titnaled upon-or near edftBdcncenfbTaetheTrade1iefoW-

ed his intentiori.to'kisa every lady present cotton. The position of this large body of fertile To Blonnt's Ferry by 6 p m,36 miles ; 3347 From'tlaqas at 6 a m one a week, Friday; railroads,but more than eighly'.rodn from'a depot, --V Vs*'the, bie'elsewhere "five me a

Accordingly commenced by kissing Mrs land on the banks of our great Kavigable river, And back.bet ween 5 am and 6pm next day. To Geneva, Al;., by 6 p n-45 miles ; will inimcdialelv after the Wth'AptilHext, report' ian at No-z iuItqn street,New Tork.oral No.-
toiU intrinsic value
adds greatly and makes' it 3517 From Alligator at 1 p m once week, Wed: Aod bock befwteii 6 a m and B p m next dny. that fact to.the'Department; tating ther' exact canal ttreet'tt 9VbfOtlaaf ,whe1,
Cox. Mr. C. became angry at this, ueed< a desirable object for one or more large sugar .or ,' nexday ; 33-18 From h1ohnesaVa11ey at 6a in onoe a week;' distance from the ra1lro 'dipet,1 and how;otherwisc'snpplied V ready
barh language toward the young man, and cotton 1uiom. ,By White Springs, Jasper, Jennings, Bdle- Friday -. with the mail,*"to eioable-the Postmaster T-n-x othe newest and most beaaTUful
slapped ins ace. This ltd to' a geneca The subscriber also offers for sale 12,000 acres yule Cherry Lake;Clifton, and AuciuiaTo ; /. Tos&.A.ndrewsBaybyspm45mfle ; General to'direct the properHrapply.toTx' -I gIyle 'eTt aIsrepavedto'supp&ythe asia
on Lake Monroe; on the St. John' river, well MontioeUo 8 next Friday 96, and 8 next d from tee railroadky'mail messengers frpm '
fight. Bowie knives were drawn, and in bjr j p .m; And back.betw en 6am p m y. made *dmird* eetea-tetter- having Iatelr3 oearr
adapted to the Turpentine or' Lumber business. miles .'.". ** t '"-Mi'J- and after the 1st July next.. -m' f beautiful fasev
; .,- f- 8549 From Pensaeola daily, at.Sp m ; from Scvtlapd a.series of these ,;
the afl ir Mr. Cox, Dr..Gilbert, and youtij The above tracts will be mid on liberal terms. ofllrrck '1345 tbe'r ute
.And_ back between 5'a.nSaturdaynd .12 ByBhikeljr.AUu; *'<**' a '19, Under the act ; etheit ere,' Tariet: rf form"andlttwaftkwiiiEsfAirs
Johnson, \rerefdanjeronsly woiindea, and JOSEPH' 'FINEGAN; ra next Monday.' _> \-t 4 ." To Mobile by 11 a m next days oTmitea is lobe let to Aeloweet bMderteuderinr sufficient OBK5o'Tint;Boswarw Jkti
three or four other severely,' Dr. Gilbert Jan 16.&n Jacksonrffle; Fla. 1rojoaaI5 to commence si Mineral,Springs *i And backhf twoen 42 ,n>land 7* m;-aicxtdays. faithful perfermnance'wlthoaf other I feel assured that the elegance and aeeBraeyTV"

was cut in tbelead, and the blood gushed .. will bo'considered. (S e3331.) ; .,-; -> if-- v f. *- *- ii' reference to themode of transportation than may of att'the Typ&'mannlaetnred byrne cannot>e'"*
from TO REKT.Fourlarge ;Rooms 8518 From J asper'at 6 a m once a week, Monday; 3350 From .eyWest at,8montho6Qi; of each.. benecessmry; JroTiJelfor'JUifdae celerity, certainty &Iirpa'ett br*nrF6nnder OTIM Unio ..tBt fi* .
the wound the ROOMS
to "ceiling. Mr.lCox'sbrother rent with furniture if.desired.-. 'By Blount's Ferry, and RautergouX.Ferry; : montlM't *** and security of sue* k.iislvrta.tonrrmall entirely new method in the mixing and eaatmg.I'
had intimated that if his brother recovered They are in a plcasrtit situation,and will be rented v 'To Centre Village, Ga.. by 6 p m next Wed ? ByKe> raccasandIndianKeyTo ;--, & LAben the lowest bid proposes mode-o1 con- am eaibtedfoinaiatahi the virtues of the iomps.

he would settle ihe difficulty'We singly .together. 'Any fgtber, Information nesday, 89 miles y' T Miami by the 10th of the- sanift.month, eyarce that is inadequatefociher in respect nent'parta the-metal, -adthus'toTireduc I1'adlitioi

believe Seth Cor and lady are both trora this can be ObtJInOdb7 infuIrythruugh the ReiMibli And baek between 6am Thursday, and ft pt -2( iniles.k- ,- -SZ '*? td'the certainty, .ccurisy'atmd'elerity of the te!an legnt, (be mwAtohtl and Jrabk:
office/ .Jan.Z.-tf. ..' next : the 15th and:20thof: -each maiK.a44 from aa/laeconimodatJoafortraTel., to" theubtieJ-7o this
can ., .-, m Saturday. ,And back between Xrebctofore offered
part of the country, and:well known here _- -$ IHI; Proposabr to commenoe at Blount's Ferry are monthriJ j-r r -e i. u&.Jf *T it waiot.fc entitled M the ro te.'. (** 1* *- Ins festal f'wentd"iitparticiilar eaUyUew, '

[LoviteVle ( .) :!Jan.20.i Hathavrafi ,T1. inrited.S519 .- -?.? Bidstozunbyft dUfterentBchdale from Orange Spring at 6 a n ;onee,, week, j. jug;.with. tho liavaa* ronte attJwey Wast; ,eyaneevitwaUbe'xtakea and. wnderstood lobe time prfnerple W tconomy,1 of thegi'eAteet Ipoe'0'ed' if
LIGHTDA0UEKREN TVTLLIO '- for'thelowelt -moda>af> areyaaee to wIt'on 1S memnbert.(Ih'
FCCITITE Siurc A RESTED. Afugitiveclave SKY ,. Wednesday', and withtbe New SmyuhOt" Unce Walt t'grsp1C Tb. f
was brought before Commftsioner MtAllis'.er be open a sew days longer to accommodate :1?* -.; .. (. ., will be considered. w 4 i* ;? *,- liprsebaek. When it proposes to tarry aeeordiagto craft wilTt nttMe end t iupplytH kind...t'R1IUin
person who nave enraged Pjeiures sad oth U To'NewBansTine by 10 p m, 4fi wiles } the adver&itomeptiMid*mode of.conveyance sOpncz y-nt--xEjbr the
on yesterday, andJTemandedto b, ers. A )lot of beauUfalPlNS on haod. -i napac1iietreen6 am w>d.10fp m nexl- : -tlProl Is stated for the ronte in the advertisement.'** meat ofcmnpkt FtISthtP i2b as ,'?'' S

0 xners. He was one I Iheparty thaildtwith Jan'f -"" -' day. ; j" -'. :.. ;\; yr $ art invited,far supptgizg4t foZowigC beconsidered a 8 offering, only'for horseback on- Woqd i ;; "
the negroes that'Mr.Jaylorarrele act C. ifS wiS
""* ; Since tlie,,passageof: jth <>
J bt named >
here in August lastHe watijierfectly? : Fnday ; ,; ,,. ., tame, ntpeftivdy, Itmittdtoa turn to fjidbubecaeoevdit -
fied to back said before the Commissioners ; ? *4. ,,fitlujr<>potaltineadieaief r- i t *.. tetjitrt t
go ;, 1 UJURNEU woaMrej-pectfullyfnformtbV r't-Ti Volusiaby pm next day 50 miles; nieeiaea na modeof cpawyanoa,buVeagngc 4 ,

that he did inot,know he was "running .J publie that his Specimens are now r adv for ;; And back between 8am Thursday and 12 China Ilfll froia quincy;,'12 d1es and 1,back eArrr time Ib7Yhetrd'dThIt with eathe
away when be*left;'that his ociaies *nVi- ixhibilion at his rooms ia the Court Houm,where -. once& week: 4im.t S 'fr rjty, Ung the terms ofthe law. These bid.s.r rnm4a-iid trOfl* ,oiieite 'on tlt oiai '

ted bun to a widing ihe countryrbut he be wiU b .fouad at all hours of tha' day; happy 1* 85H FromOcalIat6a Uleti tw ck, Friday" ;4 ( t;Josepti's i froui4Apelachinola mIIe' and called, froitb ptamiw us whe4tey are desig-, furnishing ;o %heJiurcbasT an irtlcte with wWt'
up wait upoa all who would have their plctare; well -By Loajt SwimpssmdOkihnmpka? back once A week' *- ;: &'* nateit on the booka ,ot the' Department, t'aMS ho 'will be. pIeaaed sad which will bnngi1mtk.
accompanied 11e xeeatod. Call before going elsewhere and examine I 'IAbrsbamtow* by 8 p an;-41 miles I -. : ,l4 lids," IlIiasTwen'aeelded..after matnre consideratloiirtlwt ** A
saId he was sLtified with tia. xp ri nc in his specimens and variety of ease ('Andacetreen6&aant 8pm'etd -. I f' cenefroni'ci"s'q -proposing a fpeciBermode ofeohreyanee ntehingtoest&b ;a1iorrJobT 71ifh
j Forrnfor'a Rd whic: no,4 of high* gada tw-bowe coach Office; wnrbe-1kruIahed- I
l'ennylvaniaa d viiull'l bare gone pack JasksonvUl'Deer26,10.tI, i t# r-"wf ? as Printing
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before if be tad tnown ihe:way, and ioald 8522 From Homooassa at 6 nvonea ia two, *eks, + '. rs.fis>canteitipfatedbyv trauapoxlatiou an eetimflaSI'4 l4f.tb-d eshysatingPbhshetv'otewsTpeN
the be executed.
-- ere'I'irrite
bare In the Circuit iCqvrtfor,tlie;State of Florida every wther Wednesday 0. (or weaetbe ease nay be-f> -
returned conreolentlllarridrufg who wfll Iierttk
fanM r
; the
T Cedar Keytby6|> name or oames fat/all] of Inert state
Union. t- -cndjortJif" ,Southern Circuit. ... Aadback between6aman4apm *r,ry ,residences] hereby --proposet carry the'mall When the maiLoatimeumuid jsntsolase bidUteluwestWLbe as tothr lMemonUkNe MiiIO&1Od seed m..th.p. tjWs
--'- : a' '- 'w beCbCOTt7fl.-; it.ad.lressd-'csbit ltogl.
-' -- For llowroc Coan*yJ stherTvesday.c J5 on route Koifrom to"1 /T > ? couliuiog
KXTEKSION or THE CArndL-TbC1lfll5C IIILLIN: CHANCER.Y.FOR.-DrVtRCE.>5 3523 Frq Homosass*at 2 p m once a week, -Fri often as thtpteCenesaPs advertisement prdtth6ap1fl ; ,'! N'.w.Yk WIUbepalil in materials 'tifpiifet .
vommittee have agreed upon j>lah (ortbc w day ; -= : *> # '""> for proposal-en:the-saittV dated DeeembeT18,= .::1etiie.maflaaraQsu#uTe ssdm.eiti1ato reVvoidedthey4purtbase dXIII sbSTh

extension of the-National Capitol >add Edward F. Griffin, Complainant 'By Crystal 1tIverBenten cotyi ( t 186&; requires, in the time stated to the scheduler sn4er 1Mes or expetiantJa #reposto smOiUt of theirballa for-sdvartIaaj -
by DrOYZt55twGdiOSS5CO5A oealUeieeb. -
?L- ) ; l eouutweai",3 514x01O
.- ; >To Long Pond, 4ional
wipggyo the nortlad4iouth., ? I.-' - 1'4, by6pmneXt,4XpWll'i '4 mode of eonvcyawM.towttnifHeretstate; : oi1J,though 4tiighst.wiapref.rTcd4o otnmoikerat :

== fl appearing to theaatisuction at* *Court by- bow it is to ba onvty ,] -tor the annnal .nn oJ' tliq-esm $b4differenccJsU9tCh 1 1" -
Arr *tt** JarfcaeuTlllecou .J1t4. JL 'its jeeords that Mid Bm'baabsseitled'asad [her writ ant the sum in words at full length J* 4nce.P cowiuatieU. isM ,, jn.9. aVfstie.

[ K.jarraavmf Proprictor j: bv da. proof that th aid Fattenes Griffia resides f**'propo5u1s to exten4 to Vort Fanning are Inj4 -, ,D&tc4. [Signed.] to igtexfrewitii.redutUos tbspoic7of the ,_F-- '- -. ** -
c. "
Feb. 4C. Kbbli Midrn.Tl&', iL4USII out ofibk StaU..It is.Ord*vsdiTbst a baartngon ; te 2J i /wst V t -
,tus Billb bad at theZt.TmOftkiC4r'' Bento&county, it am r- codi osisyJc
4sryJaad, Ju. J1ViIL&vsiiakb;Us. said 2t From sg .4 msds.ytbAnpvutr
Feb.Jameu tert Va. oi.c.mb1er: en it. PrvrWed, That this Or&erbe paUairedrame once a week, Wedfle5dflM- Form of Guaranty to accompany eacAJta sowwbeeAoMah141 tQ jOfl.he ste,and
JdIhvilLe L LC&mVL 1o1mn W. pbli5flSWPSPI r>!> tile State forth*term t -"Tn nndeirftgned biere Insert tn panrt oftaegnaraator oI'4he
(, Brown rfrr th
*eo,, : & ,reasons ;
jone 44, ba. i ; &ntmver isekionyW. 8. J3Tu.4Cek of.four months be&rt lbs first day .f the said fcext $ gwarantorsl]\g.aratIes' tbat'berertname'of Itis iiwalffcbiddonotexistHihwease.ma ., lhe IVSII J1*
L mndbPJ the
ILk ck'wc'iIurd..M4MLMo 'iaii nLerm Andbaek between 8a 7I bidder-or'names of biddart. as where etc byhimiwiUb' psid1i
: four-
Psckett CIIT.------------'w
of weeaw,.
the Oa route* t -
bid carrying
b.Y.Frink 4oob IdI 3525 Froi ease may be,] Whiz (or their) 4. -
w'ttcamboat transportation re.tnlred -
? Sonthera Circuit State of FUrida.' '' -3'it4 t mall from to' TT Jb* aiieepedby th ePdrtmastef'Genefat'inan horse coach '
: and of thealla 4 '*
die importance
05115 lB. HiT,' .. ,: MM into the contract by 'the $ F
Policitorfor ConpUlUant.W. -.And: required by the Postmaster General, pursuant to the preference!for the ipeciao bid will be, if mie-
f 4m -r 'i-" -
Dec. 1850 i


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Y- t. : ; 1 t *.tt\'HU. '''H'tt. t UtH.11I vtN i.'i rY"DifNifO' 'trc' fef r..
I t J rCBMOtta KTEIY TBCBSOAT. 'FR. LAWS 'r I f'.m: o. w-uiq-; .cultural IUteWeIIf4 Xroin.M wrs;Dens ; nnrJ1'TMNIE.J.AII 1t
Jaekacn-rlllr. DmVal Comity,B.F.,by 1 ;7j"r ,:J I '
: flAS'ftT41iFfl1NOT&; au" DO" It.Webster,the .ndenigtted would aanownee to ,. .ttl. tf\'I 1 1.1' ;'. '
.1. "II q .n, '_D.'EW.. WILLIAM X&&. Inform that be ha commenced' ;oe. lb. imbUe that tkey hsv.'pesU7.theeased said' Tit I t.J .__*, Kmtib s _. sr +? "
copied as tke Post Office embrarfag besidejt great variety of other
new and handsome assortment _. "
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t mum WfLLAXD'S HOTEL, EaH;Florida- and''soW- .h "=P" ;
TJ:9 Dollars per &nnmnpayableupon ,. : af Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,which article fenerallyrof rVuewUgeaaraeterand $ ,.
\. ordering" Paper. -- Continues to give his prompt t1TNe' h.offer at very tow prieoVor Csbnd,yepeet. descriptKMHwAgricnltnral'awd1-horticultural inV
& ,: : .-at b;r invite the eltiaen Jacksonville amT the plementa of every variety,of the most recent and ; \ /AfSKvLjljtS'

{ .Wt tOt;Itt paid before. the expiration rangement and prosecution' of arrangementabavs 'been vicinity to eat and examine his_Good previous to improved description;'are hundred plow'.f every L ... .JJI. ,

., of tbt jW,'are charged'$i. gress or 'any,:of the'Exeeutive proiecntlou!of all kSnd purehasing'cls .bere.*!.-Also34 '-" ', description materials for tanners enrriertv and .: A. ,

1 : Advertisements Win be inserted at following- ,Claim* arising from the n Striker Planter ,. and 4-4 Venetian Stair Carpeting, from''13'to brass and iron founden'embracbig every article z I .tL.tI'i"1. "I.0
evolut vdcscriptKHf t.
every 25 in their line all !
: .0.b ccntsv/ used ,including, neceqa..looll, '
: I rattK ,One:Dollar per fqnara (.ftwehe'Un .) for or Mexican wars; Invld, and supplied' 'af 4-4 Chamber and Parfeor Ingrain do'.from 43 to &e. at mauuJAct.ren'trice. '., / ,' '

tW.firj ., and .eatyflie Cents tor.every pllbfi*- pa7: or Widow' Pension!; 621.2eent.h, : ')5li9CWJiAsmofs.--RollcT and ''common--gin*, ,", { 1t.
' kind will be rln 4-4 Super flag"do.: 87 1-2 cents' Jack screws, store and cotton-, truckst wheel oar ; .r;
.l tmertroa.. To yearly A4vertlser' a liberal Bounty Land or Scrip; :under librral ; r .
which II
il' i Men'heavy Kip Boots and Brogan. rows,road scrapers hydraulic rams, force pumps, I V-
! \ dftconat wfll U ,. All transient Advertise- : 847,or August 10, ISIS; mode for Sh ipping Tim- / ....
H: r made. Women's,Glrlir.and Boy,Bootees. patent chains to faruitate the drawing; water.'I. ., f r.:: r.' '
'p metp7panoiibayIngrum1cg&eeouatL Mileage due returning alute M n'* Black Sdk Hats, from g2 to. 8.. K Georgia and French burr mtllrtonw calcine east I .' 1._ ._ rfl (

t!L i wltk the office) must be paid for previous to publications horace lost and other,Property 'hand STATIONERY or supplied on'of evciy abort Men and Boys glazed Caps.' Ings; Plasterers'I and raw for farmers; plantation l S 1) 4.D'ALaGTG-
Silk and Gingham Umbrellas.] Mll";, om and smut mills; screws,.mill Ironrbelting
Volunteer .
l';. i- p.1Cm Carpet Bag > _' cloths; picks, reeda,'shuttle*;and general ;; Pi TOWNSEND'S AFHIAVIT
,,I P8f''On! at distanre, can pT.rn'tbelr remittancta rlve int service ; with Hook JH Wi( ft Tl Lailie elegant New Style White'and.colored ..ndJngforcotton and woollen manufactories S, ,
dealer be '
ten and daiwa can supplied Sun Bonnets Ladies colored Straw Bonnets,and MILL-MACH EBY, TOOLS&C. -Having the '
far advert Ulng,iy tbe following rates tOne ; ,. UM aitaatiw if
mil Itiiubflst.ihlh
I better terms than .they Winter W ttra .
Hoods. manufactories
Also for various atd extensive
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twelve lines) *ix months &. in New. agency UI Cart f tteirfcahsahPraaUwwa s1. t.,
( published ae. *
\ ; square Canton Crape and Cashmere Scarfs Shawls we shall be prepared at all times to furnish every
I *. for 'o -i, '. .. $1000 Having a the forms nt elsf nil who may favor Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging together: with an; species of machinery on the shortest notice.' .' .sica iaa fu tkaw Bmacn: iaui a..thi$..

L : Two squares for six months '1500 presentation of claims, together as regards price assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Ginghams, CbiDt.lei :' -The highest market prices paid at all times for Bits tta Mttet la a ilttml H ht,slUth U M Itnapr(
1M .J' IU./...
i ,. iti4 U U War taM. Ti fraMt .
M ualioe. D hidea.AU of'the
,; Laincs. Cashmeres' wool and produce
; sheepskins
I. Notleei to debtor and creditor, .. 1000 and regulations governing the Sheeting,Osnabnrgs, and Tweed Casmmeres, Shirting, State received and sold for the usual commission. ttlac tt*'astl.a,,.a..tt*wk..tW OU Dr.'*. .1
letters administration S 00'i monte, he U prepared to r'-aI'' PATENT of ; aim r.tk.tt.r rM U a...itiBS? ;OM.f Ua mates larigBs tae
![: Application important. a variety White and Colored Shirts : S..&H, HOYT CO; ,

' : Fat announcement of candidates for'office, IS 00 ,what kind soever, that may re< obtained, among which i I Black Jacksonville andC.olored Nor.Silk 23th Cravats,''&e.. &c.-'" ;N'o.,71n Say street, :Savannah. cREVxRECL'.Mt'T .011"Stilt was UIt,ktlss ibM it.MVM.seared thai watt it S..p..b.,41j gad .wir.gIuatfl. ',

t'i 1C.annennecmcnt will be made unless the sam ifan Agency at this place. > 1850. ,it. $. Padelford, Fay & Co.; ", -'
' be aeeompanied with the amount eharl d.- Particular attention given t In,.Eastern". 'Circuit Court of,Florida, 'D fXl; Swift, Denalow & Webster.oct:_ 24-tf Bat w.,aft kMtUc UIt mew.,
Editorial notices for private benefit will be ment of Qutrmater'accounts.Charges 'iA'N'8 "
r County;: : Atlanta (0..) Female Seminary. THE CARD.

':1 t. : barged double the rate of advertising. moerte. and George Burr- pltff., fTIIIE' exercises of.this ncw'schoo commenced w.lbs Va mlia*<.l>nn<*to'.f SM Clt7.....Teri.

1: t Religious,'Obituary, and Marriage notices,will churned, and extent of I ; '.II".. 1 1Elishn JL ,on the first Monday July last, under the ,.!(.50**/tbst la sfeBlBf Car lastwt hatawlvi* I.'

_ ;0 be published gratis.Communications. All communications, to insure 'UCE t Elizabeth' } charge of A. R. KeDam,'principal in the literary, 'r., ..'". .,.u-s 514 utlat.J. .

must b. post paid.if be postpaid. I Hall, his wife, defdts. : and accomplished lady,in the music aDd ornamental .siatoa la nI5mer.t! .say Biatalaal,alIUas vkkh sass I r'

1! ; Petition for ifo foreclosure of mortgage onV,i department, with assistants of high quali' the BraaftratUa kaewa'a*OU Dr.hisS TawaaaaA's larav
; : Half of lot:number five' in nare.number ten ftc.tron..rhe Institution will be" divided into tsriUa all bail,U'uC.s Ia h&II.' -

: Oscar-hart $AIN! situated in the town: of, Jacksonville. ;county. four classes,'fourth,third,.junior, and senior., A ICBlUTELl3j. BKOTUEBS CO' 1M and lot Jbaa 1C;

H i ., PII1LIPFRAZER A 7 TORN Y A T 'and State aforesaid... preparatory department will be attached, to the N.T.
WO' 'S. It appearing to'the'Court school,'and conducted under the supervision of the .BUSHTOX. .CLAUX. CO.,11o&5273 Broadway t I*'
: t. ATTORNEY: & COUNSELLOR AT LAW Office over the largo store of,, bytlie affidavit of J. .Aster. T.
The : ;
principal school baa been furnished with
Robert Baker, a "
if Attorney the
t; ; _. JACKSOKTltLE: TLAVnQaltend Cu..oppst. ,in:I&ui the several, Won MEDICIWC in'uc; in the above entitled esq.case,, that the said Eliuba fine and well selected apparatus,globes,astronom NORTON,BABCOCKk WOOD hi Msfcba taMK.Y.- :

\ to any professional business cntrnst> 'I prtce ,and cnn a]ways b r *4 to Urn in tbe Courts of the Eastern Circuit Eastern Cut.of Florida, and safe in iU o i-ticD.J this Court, but is supposed. to reside in the .State maps, &o., on a large scale, to be .seen and read DATTD LAHMAH,*9 Water Street,' ...j
jt o, Texas. : ." ,'. _" ''. : distinctly fromr any part of the"room.! A"gOOcl library 'BAYDOCK: ,COlLIES fc CL-'T'I'h8flatnlt. .'
and the Supreme Court Tallahassee. .He bas ail ALSO -; Itl I lit That said of choice books also belongs to the school.
*. r. ''lIEAVE REMEDY thurfOri..Ortltr; .the Elisha OOOOD&JENNlNOSlFeSnItre*, ..
Military ; "
C inch connection with'&D J"ie p Hall for the use'of tbe pupils. _, .
c do
an: appear answer the said petition with r
f merit and which one who L MLNOK CO.SU VilLas Strwt .
n _
lost The scholastic will 1
or by be divided into two
property in the time year sea
will prescribed by will
. able Lawyer at Washington city, as ensure dstroye judgment bfl j.J.FTRIfliO2t teLaso ..
: ;: ,
without. of twenty weeks each there will be least
lions at
Also, pensions of given againstlilm in dciiinlt thereof. .. ; .
'I : a prompt and speedy collection such claims. the wld clim of Belt Bracelet-, It I*further ordered; that the', above notice be one public examination each session, and a quarterly RUST ft 1JOUOHTOM,W Job Street 'It '
I nay be placed in his hands against the United I w.and orha. HugDCtle Flnld. published in some .newspaper, published In the report will be sent,to each parent or guardian OBEENLEAf ft KINSLEY,45 CortiaD. It

tatU. Also, claims for bounty land t Cure of aU wn'of Jacksonville, in said county, once giving a full and fair statement the stand. S WALTER B.TOWNSE5D CO,SM tsar I St. .1.
I diers, and the widows and !Permanent Dittoft*,' two.weeks for four month every lug, deportment,and expenses of the pupil.' OLCOTT MTtESSON ft CO; 127 MaUni Last, .:

1r'J. SeptitlS49ly.J'L: ficers'and soldiers. which are caused by TIIOS.'DOUGLAS'. .,.Judge, ; &e", &C ..RATEor TOTTKW. -Preparafory"class, per JOSEPH E. TRIrrg,us hilton. 4.' ..1t7kFALANCAHJ
'1' 3 .. Also, give his attention .r unhealthy condition:of Novt 201850. session, 98; 'fourth and1! third classes, 13'junior aL' .

: .' P. ANDERsON wi J.McR.": BAlER, Esq., Pltffii.1AUy. and senior,classes,*20); mule piano forte,20 gnl- : MONTAGUE WARD CO,83 Maidn Laaa. b:
et to examing titles and records, SYSTEM. .I, r.5dOvkclOk of said,Court do tar, 15;ornamental branches 10; vocal 'music 2; 8C William SI.
!: r; ATTQRKCT AKD COUI8ELWR claims to lands.. ) application of the hereby certify that the.above is a true of library and incidental expenses per quarter I. ROBINS k CO 1M Watar SL .
ft t h, TWAVING removed his office from Colombia All business entrusted to I GA J.VANlSiM and'MAG. the order Publication ia she above entitled copy No pupil received for,fa less time than one session :UCXBON. ,
'1 I : Jtal I Conty to Jacksonville, Dnval County, attention and all by distinguished on file in my office. ,and no deduction made unless for protracted I .GRAHAM k CO,10 OU Sttp .
J. etWfy'informs his friends that he win continue prompt ; and the United State.r Witness my hand and" the seal of said Court; sickness. UABIH NORTHROreer .: .
.4 r rni will b excited by him with medicinal Jiicvcery [z.. a.] thin roy.2bt. 1850. From their experienee and formic success, they' HERWOOD k COITIN,M Pearl It. .la

;. } the practice of his profession, as formerly. spatch. ... J,.IL'V-GARNIE,Clerk, C..C.. D.c. feel confident rendering full.:i f'aetIQII. Their INOERSOLL k BROTHER,D.Pwrt at. .
: II. will attend at each and every Term of Jacksonville Jan. Z. 1831. cox', s Nov.Z3,1850-4m; facilities for imparting instruction. are rarely .A yflf.TocgcO.1e3obsL 4.'

, lot 1< j the Circuit Court in the several Counties of of SnrsnpiurlHa, equalled. The advantages of the location need I I.aaaBattiaa witS tats wa gira aa aatrart af* CaM ftto >.
-- -. .. .. Columbia not be mentioned.'Access to the place I .rala,.. ,
01 IId' County Tax Collector''t :Sale. nnaqualled U.tiMbjail5i.s JriMid bII
't-H : the Eastern judicial \ireu&t. mouuuij of' .T01CTl ,.
: JAMES M. B.A an health undoubted. Board can be' had In the thin Iarp a 1.5.5 5..ss Ik* Vabe4 ..
.i Hamilton',in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme KNOWN BY MANY, BY VIRTUE of authority in me by law vested best families on.reasonable terms.' For any Information Jf sarIt srntj 1'11"pya u..iw t.iii.j .. biaie,

t Court at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St.Augnstlna. .TIlEY AT by us, that house, I will door expose in' for sale, in front of the. Court wanted, address the principal. ,,Atlanta Cu4 Uo.a*lw*.pl..!. hits ... Old ay.Jaa4 -.
his I Xn ., the, town of Alligator on the Ga oetU3m .a TwuM4'SwM.riU& to .iu.apsrW "
: AD business entrusted to care Alligator, Columbia Co., first June ,
1f I Monday A.D. -
1851,437 acreof Ua r .. J
::4 WiLCOX the receipt for ttteakte la ttU Mtim M :.
will receive prompt attention. land owned by Smith & Webster;.or.so much Dnval. County Tax,Colleet.r'ssle_ .eM- !

a.,. Address'J. P. SAXDERSOX, JarktmtiUt, SI. WHIT SMITH tf COMPOUND thereof will pay the State and county tax dueereon' BY VIRTUE authority Ia me rested by

'.14 ... D,VeinS., flonda.Jacksonville. the character and, reputa th tending said for I8i levy),and and sale.all necessary expenses. atla w, I will expose for sale, In front of'the Courthouse CARD. 'TO. mEP5C.5we. .

i; ,Jan. 17, 1850. tfMadtlKKir .nORJET.AT as being the most. Boundaries, described on the day, of sale; door, ia the town of Jacksonville;oa the tk* Vi4iul.id, byifdsi sad Ds.i.I .1...v"
!V t. -p. Alligator, Columbia Co., itY MEDICINE A.'J: f.WRIGHT, first Monday of May,A.D.1851the following tract T.rt BraoUjaaa. WiUiMttarc. fMI ssfl.4 ..is seam.U ..
, AIcINTOSIIt following diseases such Sheriff and ex of.Tax Assessor of land, or so much thereof will pay the sum f"Haa1, ."..f tha real anrlti fOf ..".T.wsuSaiapuifls&
:1\\ 47T(1PJTT4TLAJV M. WHIT SMITH, I I : King's Evil,Salt and Collector Columbia of eighty4wo dollars and ainea-one'' cents $ .alahaa rnrenM"UIt .nIe is\
Ofc at Alligator. | Office Suild Head Alligator, Nor. 13th, 1350-21tds' co. : (982 91,] the same being the amount of the State .tigl.si .u..ri11.".bn ...... I..aM lean is..
,: t' WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Dyspepsia Tight I tax 'assessed against the estate.of Duncan L. t.H>U*tkal..81.r Wt wwm,.. ..,*. fast itak,

:::i Circuit; the United States District Court at St. ,Heart,and;all Palpi Nassau County Tax' Collector* 'Sale. Clinch, dcceo j,levied on said land fur the year a..fht!.(IT*tk*rMM vhy w.pit...M sad isO 014

i}I. Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Pleasant and genteel neral Debility Finer Al- 1830, and also to pay the sum of sixteen dollars Dr. JtMk T.asi.4.twoywOte so Mr. I. P.T.--
In of acmm Liver- B Y' virtue of authority in me by law Tested. and fifty-eight cents, [$IG 58,] the amount of the .4 ks's.,'D. so J.c's' wbdter we at* .4..ism mSwlaSIm '
for ctizen Syphili
l' sad prosecute Claims any part persons or families can be Humors Mccorial, Disea .I will expose for sale in front of the Cnn Bounty tax on said land for the same year,toge 1s ,.set to.tmki,-Sy S.4.55.

Florida against the Government at Washington, TABD'a-the old Jacksonville '. house door Nassau county, on the fon" er with all necessary expenses'attending said '- J. Oar ez.*.s.d..toaenaUMIeft saUd'S Ibsi Its':

.itbe before CongreN or at the Departments.ftj been. thoroughly repaired and and-DO doubt In ordcr'to day January'.lS5l, 400 acre of land o ry and sale said tract. of land being situated 01. Dr.'.Jar..riI1a p.uasssis._Mal p.".asS.
:I 'ADDEESs JacktoHtiOi East Florida. genuine cannot be made Seymour Picket or so much thereof a*w; n said county of Banal, on the west hank of the I..tlu S. P.T..._..asS .. ...tl..aj.1 5.p.511.
site the Rpublc office, Bay ,) it with minerals $9 90 taxes due thereon from 1845 and alfElellV fit. John' nvcr. opposite Pioolata. containing v i4 sam U V* tk.MM*. .i4v.always a l is. stSsi
. May 2, 1830 tf Tie, East Florid pollute Salts, wiry expense.attending laid sale; 'Boundaries ten thousand and fifty [10,030 acres,and bounded *f tMMbaW sal*.ty;.kM 1w. articb ktutec tWmm msa
i. ', -'- SnlphCr, described.on dayaf sale. follows: 'Oa the east by the St.John's river, u.S p.rp.flIg I. tk*._dS..aim ass Is-W.,

4'f 3. McR bert Baker, JAMES or.the'above abuse Dr. A. J.:BRADDOCK, south by lands belonging to the same'esta west .t..II... ".1........ tk> **$. TIlt iSbM Li .
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR LAW Ho. 1"* IVhltaker, near to give his whole time oct 24-td 'Sheriff and ex off. Tax Coil ector by public lands and north by lands belonging to ...... ,aTsiparifl& baa greatly amisS frressls4.1
f p of Palmer & Ferris, the same beinjr an oM crane i.!*.4 tk* WtUu.Ibomby(HiBf Vast 4llSSdSIdS0 ii,

; .. JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. SAVANNAH, 'Nassau. County Tax Collector1 Sale: URIAH BO\VDE, .5.....aN Sal.I.... sa I..ar:,,._. tt.014Dt .
.I Wiu.(practice in the Court of tbe Eastern WHOLESALE AID of vegetable purity so that, Y virtue of.anthoritv In me by law vested, Tax Collector and Assessor.Dnval county. ,'. rn*.nti... Wkn ak4 ky sat .. ..t* tIw .

I Circuit In Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit TIN WARE may have a,healing B .1 will expose for sale,in front of the.Court.iouai'door Jacksonville, Oct.2U, 1,250. 31-td .pSi..a..d w*baum.a4. all riranaiUMM lak* tk*1 t
And l ,- In' Nassau county, on the fourth SaM,w*f k*.I4..*kMiuU ia tfTi.g .f .te.. to ON 4Dr.
r,.'' ,In Benton and Hillsborongh counties of the DEALER last complaints.ten years of the,won from Monday in ,January, 1831r2oO acres, of ,land Duv County Tax'Collector1! Sale.: :. ."Jk T..._4-.: ,WIU U***...,w.isa. *a.i k-_

.Ii Southern Circuit, ia the Supreme Court at Tal. Japanned, Brltanla, tiCIL of his compound' be owned by the heirs of Keeble, or so much thereof BY VIRTUE of authority la me-vested j by U.t* 4Wi4 It w*an **! jwti4 1*.giisg 't5&011:.r

lahanee, and in the United State. District Court &e., Ac., to you, that be warrants a a. will pay 98 IS taxes due thereon .from 1845, l law, 1 will expose for sale in front of the Courthouse ,,..tt..Oat yr rraM"kl.k'it'_ .lererN 0.di.4 ..

? : for toe Northern District of Florida; and will Cooking Stoves I hc of the.above d disorders and all necessary expense'attending said sale. door in the town. of.Jacksonville, on.the .. e.sp.na4.'u u-sO a.t..stsi.s. b.s smite. sa aai.sfisIit
-i : ALL kind I to the'directions. Boundaries'described. the day of sale. ) .1tNatt J.he tansi. -:
the United States before approved : Don't first Monday in May,A: D.; 1351,tbe following
prosecute claims against and mo.t and all other U't. SarsapariUas and have J" A. J. BRADDOCK, named tract of land, or so much-thereof as will ramp B.rU.M..>;1GS Or a4 k'CAB ..,' Jr. T.4
I Congress and.the Departments at Washington. hotel ahip Stove you won t try oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. pay the State,and County tax.assessed against c. iL :....rgm. 30 B,. _.. Do. "'. --S .4. ,

. Being*located at,Jacksonville far lift he will bs cription of Sheet Iron Work IVILCOX-s: I I Benjamin Thompson and due, .thereon for.the G..A.D. Wraaaa" *!' .x.. D,OHmTwa aa.I KMacta..., 4.

.1 give hi* entire and unremitting attention to his Force and Lift Pumps, Beer many of the name got up Nassau County Tux Collector's Sale.. year A.D. 185O, together with all necessary expenses &. H. P.,.. ).D. CSC GremwMh'-a.*.=.Barraw. ': "' .'.4.D.D.B.Iksap'u.D.iA't.C .

._4. profession, and all business entrusted to his care Tin PhateSbeetlrouWire. this article,and we tell yon BY virtue of authority In'me by law vested,1 attending said levy and'sale.Said. tract I A... Caaa, .. D. 'Sr. EUiacUa. kCVrrttia. . :.
land in said of the i-
CASH purchasers of Tin will for sale In front of the Courthouse o county Daval on, I.II.RI..... IMMaAT.. '.'
f. i .ball net with prompt attention. at prices as low they can buy expose east bank of the St.John's river,containing twen- I C. a.n1s1.n.Lavaa.4.'.: -
i & ROOTis door in Nassau county,on the fourth .Mon Dr.Gn. }nr"". .. D.84 CBBA 4.
: i Jacksonville, August 29.1850. tf e Isewhere. Orders from Florida i in its qualities, one of the day in January 1&, 3000 acre of land owned by ty-one &ere, and bounded as' follows: :On the, Dr.P..D.8ne.I'MayJ". ;
'. and the interior;are solicited. of this,DUlY we not truly. tbe heirs of John T.Low cue much thereof will west by the St. John's' .anr. OD the ,north ,by Or. trs.cl .. D. u ItIYlwll" .. -<.I .....f..4H. 4sLLDsOrs.4Ts1..D.m5t.i '
4tt : A Card.IffTCXDrxo Aug.29,1850. $15 75 taxes due thereon for land belonging to A. M. Read, 'and.on the east .. .
% CO"'l'ml/ull pay 185O,and all necessary lands to Moses the south r. Pri.. n n1I..lI t ,;: : w-'.- .
by belonging .
Curry on J.VTraalaiaa.JI.: ...... .
p -assertions are true to the attending said sa1e. Boundaries ,
I have expenses
1 to leave the State transferred .
,- by lands belonging to thhefnsufigbertB.Birdau. If. N.GilehrUt,'u. D. 0 iauI :
I not to described the sale. "rz"
injure but of .
any one, on day -- .... .
: profesrional business to J.'McRonxKT Bun, FASHIONABLE s _; H. L. Far. ) D. 01 Caaat r >; ,. .
U' i ray to the benefit of truth A. ; .. sP.1i.S.( 4. ,
J, BRADDOCK, / WitamdL D. CZ O r r- .-.:
...- :. "'-.;Attorney at Law, Jacksonville E. F including ., if you will call on us, we oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex.off..Tax Collector. TaXX .,; 'i .-URIAH BOVfDEN ,'. *.,. Chariat P. Tar Ia>C WWMkaU.Ve, .Si .J-

.: t aU such matters a* were entrusted to my 8mbaerH would residences of people who 1ia'd Collector, Diys1county.'. A.V.aF7.. Trt.e..*..2D 0 ...'.. { i .4.
citisens of J e.which has astonished Jacksonville Oct.: 26/1850: 'Sl-tda c. A.ba. Jw..%Gna. L : '
1.. care by Gen James A. Peden, of which all interested Nassau County Tax ColltctOJ'&leBy .
t that he has taken the rooms but their physicians,and also BMW* La.onGaa4 5': ,SSi. ,:.:<.
-,,, ;. will please take notice.MrBaker's byCoL Sanderson as a law best physicians who are 'v ;tue of authority In me by law rested; I Cotuzly.TaxCollector's.: '&1 ...U..CLI9I".AY.C.H. Wat*.II 1111 ATa..* .\' ,. :.4.

j : business reputation for diligence tends carrying o tbe above and selling large quanti will expose for safe, in front of the Courthouse BNatsau: of authority me bylaw resteff,I .ar,k.> Ck.rry S \ J'. ,.4s5..jaMDsa.msprf'g
#.% : well established to he will endeavor io merit a Compound. Be very care door in Nassau county, on the fourth Mon .. : r"
and attention are sufficiently .lie will the name of "J. 31.WIL day in January, 1851,100 acre *land owned by for sale, In front of the Courthouse'door J.'It..bJA1'.C '.; .; ..' .
his hands. InNassan county on the fourth Monday -. Ames WG. M*. U..t Mt.AIs. ,4'sis P ;4.
ensure promptness to all matter prnag. label I. Marauder so much thereof '.
:. of fine or you may.be. in or a* wIll_pay P'Ba.1t.1W B *MT :, 'c :.
. 200 of
of $2 4G taxes duo thereon from 1845 inJ.Duaf1IS5I, acres land owned by .. 5 45,
... This transfer is a sufficient manifestation mj Cassimeres, and all necessary AItrM.U. Tarkk *r llaaenla ,. f,. .
Sarah .
,1 Veigl Petty or lO'much thereof as will $-1 92
aaa1l" Taykr.90 BlMkr
toaftdence In hi professional ability and Integrity. will.be on the who this Dr..Wilcox is;we expenses attending said sale. Boundaries n.. ."
OJ taxes due tbereon from 1845, and all n & c :
: terms. to the first. .men of described. on. the day of. sale. ,,- necessary .I..Or.,..1M CkaBikvrt .. .
: 1 i CHARLES P..CQOPER Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, 1850. Office- 'j.'A.'J. BRADDOCK, expenses attending said 'sale. ,-Boundaries'. ,. %..1I described .I> ..rille. a..w... ariw.Crn S. '. ', ,.' _: ,
the otzale. .
on .
S day B. Pukcr. D. CarraU _
Arw ft.
-9! \ S Ang. 29, 1850. Attorney at Law.ej' A Y,'NEW-YORK, oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex. off.Tax Collector .A..J: BRADDOCK I.W. 11.i... D. sa isa.. -
T. V Beaver sts., Albany and .D.AyrMh Uat1..r. Hcary. :. .
. oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex.off.Tax on or. 8. P. LiMa c..n ww. AtUati .
: ;f"l t :WeUOBEUT BAB Bit. SEA ISLAND ROLLER and Country lerclanta. all .Nassau County Tax Collector's sale A. Bteakiak Jr.7 Vatea. -' L
C. .. 'rf&ks.C.I... .. 8Mktt __ ..
: : Attorney,at.Law, Jacksonville E. Florida. By Virtue authority in me by law'rested,I ,Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale.: 1. H.r>..4. 17 CartJ..rrwMtiBKjrrU """ .,40
: "- TOP" Subscriber begs THE PUBLIC/ will expose for sale in front of the Courtboase' virtue of authority me by law I Ami ',- "W
: PUBLIC. vested ,
.. .
, :,4 ; :.NOTARY BY 1' 3UA so 31:1. 4p
; by 'a certificate
JL planters of Sea Island attached to door, in Nassau county on the fourth Mon will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse C. C. BBiltk niat.. ...Ballto .4. -'
.r: Commissioner appointed by the Governor or r .that he can supply them I which certifies that day in January,'1SM, 400 acres of land owned byr 'door in Nassau county,oa the fourth-Mon' *. a4w...101 MrrU*...... JU.II _kip

,!ilt the following'State'to take Testimony, Affii's single. R. Cbilton and made under the the heirs of Mills Drnry, or.so much thereof r day January, 18.iI, .aoo acres of land owned by 4. D. NmrilLltGiaad., . WI1ll.LoPalp. .-...

; f I vita, ani Acknowledgment* to be used therein : SEA ISLAND RL ,Now Chemist-who will pay $9 94 taxes due thereon from 1845 and the helm otGrifiU,or so much thereof will pay C. H. Clark V.' V-*.r.1i4.k Cmavbh ft'
purpose. let us see all necessary expenses attonding. ald sale. .Boun. 1 -- l'
No doubt Is 99 90 taxes due thereon from 1845 and all necessary H.T. 3u.h.III Gr..1t1.k' -' .
.;' Maine, Virginia, Gins In use, and the Subscriber .Chilton This resides'130 miles daries described on day of sale. expenses attending said sale.' Boundaries described JTB.B....,C3 BnaawayHaTU ? _, CC."
.t in[ ; Vermont, North Carolina, from the general satisfaction he we think a great .' A. J. BRADDOCK on the day. of sale.7' .' '. S |a U4 wilk '(TM* pleasure a CIIJITO T_

: I Massachusetts, Sooth Carolina, .last seven years he will receive calculated for to do- oct 24-tds'. Sheriff and ex. off. Tax Collector. .. > jAw J. BRADDOCK I' PUBLIC.pit fwtk 5,*T.,Sixty PkyridaM sal ffHM judge
Prices low and the Gins ye yourselves. tk* City af Kw York .. U* nlatiy n.isSei Ik*lee
.at t Connecticut, Georgia Kinds of oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex. off.Tax Collector
"Vegetable PiUs .
, tennis and workmanship. TvB* a4'k lamparina. ia ,...k'irta* ar an....aa..
;. .' New York, Alabama, BOXES AND & Hibbard's well known anti- Nassau County Tax Collector** & ., PrBM4 ia f.Tr*f OLD DX.JACOB TOWSZSB iA \

;..; Pennsylvania Mississippi, for cheap, and Gins Country\ Cberry.BiIters.-Ordere will receive B -,virtue authority in me by law rested, I ,:Jacksonville 'Hotel.fTUTE .SAPAKIJLtA.Oat.a4. ky If r.'S. P. T.aam4,wa- "

! r i Delaware Texas. nt.ue. prompt-- will expose for sole, infront of the Courthouse Subscriber having'becbme'toVpnrehaser:i tk Va4nicB4.4'* BIN* .riJ&lJT.B OT te. tkte eBiaKau ,
lti! Maryland; door in Nassau county on the fourth Mon JL and sole Ws wBl4 &. .,,'.a tUBUB*)y HauBm4 lbs ikta
; augl.-ly Agent. Prop ctor.of ,this well known ,
. I r I ViLLEtxixoA' It' J. H. ,McUORY, day in Janua1I86I.400 acres of land owned by HOTEL,respectfully informs the public generally' use 014 Dr.Ja,Vs &,._Utla4,.(..r.li. artkto.Kana .
MU.MFOH.D It Jacksonville, E.: F. the heirs of Horatio,Low,or so much thereof I that .
: IAR&8 as ho has added to the former house twenty-odd I & C...Bald... ..
I-l Valuable. -. Land- For, Sal N.' A. & will pay $1 65 taxes duo thereon for 1850, and all more comfortable rooms;:with over five hundred: 1. 1'. Call..W ll&'*, IlIA"r.I.of. .
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.4'--; B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. necessary expenses attending said sale. .Boundaries 41'Lascasts?, 4 I.l.TDr.D.W.Dy.Uk.aLPhfl&dS
. S feet front,with piauas in front and
r : Agent for the owner the undersigned ol S rear,making '
It: REED ft Co. described on day of sale. ,. .
It v it as comfortable, Hotel in th )
'atk. South ,
t fen for sale the following valuable tract o r anT ; : Iand.to-wIti- S. Tnoxl:k for Sale. .A.J. BRADDOCK,' which'now'.wUt,enable.huu to accommodate .,J.W. Siaiaataa, ?aUrUla4a.." .
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;.t. T. O. Co. oct 2-t-tda L.IaS.b1dtkC AU. to
t Sheriff and ex off Tax Collector.: one hundred an&flftynersons.hlistawowrn;
The low Tract situated at the head of India: PATTEKSOS t KING Burnt r'at'Pdy&telale n. be ;, ....k Kiah.U WaaaiacMa ,:4.s. .;!'. )
".li river"containing fve hundred acres more or less.The A. A. dispose :, .' under the: *superintendence of an experienced P.. CrMkar Jr.,BravasvUMH. .. ._ .
Dd.IE. Ga. : farm on the St. John's riv- < > house-keeper oUbe North AlHaaa. Plka Kaa "-.1
e\ Pablo Tract situated ori Pablo Creek. Nassau : by,whose aid be flat ',
: \ -- J County Tax Collector's J.
Co. &
0. ; .' b* ritatUjb Ph&a..aqi
the Flua Julington himself
mouth creek ters be shall
. t. t sear tbe month of St.John's river supposedt : not be.rivalled by any Hotel "a 40 ',. :
o- .r contain over two hundred acres, including GROKOI .'aowI, .' ; miles aboy* 'Jacksonville. By ,rtue of authority In me by law vested! in the South,beiag now enabled by the constant, 'J.Lic'.nilp.a.d1.1' .- "..', ". ..1m.
WM. Dux u
. to be the.-most beautiful ,I will for sale in front : steam Ut.Jr.L 4. .
f. one In*hammock land., .'. expose of the Court Savannah and Charles .l. .
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t. A, WATEKMAN "ir.
; Also.a small tract of woodland In the vicinity J. Ocala; E:F. : for its healthiness,, house door; in Nassau county,'on the fourth Mon S ton. to have the advantage of the fine markets of r EpIInS.'U..)D.y.tu4..._ ..., .-, :.
of the,towd&of Jacksonville, containing thirty W.PL, Orange I having 'occurred there for day in January 1851, 123 acres of land owned by those eitIe .- In I addition he has made arrange L,.. k Cbaaalar & .I *. .' .
i.bti \, ,. ,- ", '-. HttV DVJB. dO.' King' is spacious and comfortable, Joseph Smnmorlin or so much thereof will pay: scents In connection with the lioteLat-all times 5,.*. L,. .*. -- '- ;4s r"" ,; -i.

Also a tract oonialning one hundred acres good accommodation of huge 92 97 taxes due thereon from iSIS,and all necessary to furnish fine horses and carriages. for the aooomtraodation '_..P. Ljraai.HanaaBy a.'w.n.s.r.. 4J.4.,:.'; S ,., ".
titaaUnr land,on Pablo creek, near the.mouth of Is of good quality, and well expenses attending mid sale;. Boundaries. I of his gtt ste.:' .' v-; l n ; ,..v. C. BMba, IMawar. .. .." S .. ., ',. 1,
the St.John's river..., ._ St. Maryi, Ga.May 31, There is a flourishing Orange described on day of tale.; .' J The Increasing reputation rcMch the climate of -S .',W.... 8. Bay*. Batlw ,*..,", :
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; Tht above tracts of land win be sold at reason ,which formerly produced t .: ,A. BRADDOCK\ Florida possesses In the estimation of the medical Wai. K.C.lfc Usilsy. *. ;. ".
-- abW prices and on good terms. Address 'Notice., dollars and will shortly; oct Zl4ds ..Sheriff and ex.oft',Tax Collector." faculty for the r cure'of consumption and other :P..B. .-. SaBtarv' -- .". y.)
present thrifty L .(. .. SeliS."... .1f.T'.J _. ..
Ala<*e half or the dwelling house and lot of : and healthy : pulmonary .dbeases, has induced a vast Increaseof '. "" .ANC '
land Jacksonville, the Coast House .A 11 persons Indebted to',the .: The Post Office of Man travel to near during the full .. .
square 'Nassari and winter U. Baltith ''iI' t..J r..j
: dtiector't .
xSL ,
M. Couvy:1hz
being the fame which Is occupied by Joseph Vine- Bre. ; miles and the steamboats; &le. months"of those'who seek the'relief afforded U.,7 M.my, L.skpsrb. 4. .,
to the the houeon their I a J.A L, v.1.5 h 'L Ir oro'-\
: mae ; regular virtue of authority atmosphere and ia view.'of 4
I BY me by vested, !I ; ; this tact the p Cbas1..W.B.tswait. .X.J... -
.hnndred and forty' acres on the as.4ga150:10 persons having demands Those wishing to will expose for sale, in front of. the Court. subscriber ha determined.that,his ;exertions to J.A.
. aide .Fleming Island on the St. John's River, are requested present them may'call'on, or ad S house door,in> Nassau county on the fourth Mon- merl''the'I&ttOna".'which shall he,bestowed f r *--
bet tbe lands Messn.. Lewis .within tbe time prescribed by subscriber at Jacksonville in April. lam OOrt .I.bs kcnaaaTTnaUa'A
I worn and George dal sores of land owned b1 u.; upon hIrnsall'abe without _.
Fleming about one hundred acres of which are "BYRNE.! hean ol'ancl 11. Sanches. or eo much thereof pense. :SAMUEL ifUFFLVGToY. eAup.4 :
1 fcamuock and about thirty acres cleared. ,.: 8ept.19th. r 24, 1S30., as will pay '5' 46'taxes due thereon from ISIS,' ,Jacksonville.E;K. October 3, 1850, ,LtI.-, 1".CMaI..Jr 4 wnm.'rsp..l1I Y1l1s. tt.t.' .! 0i
Alse.an.nndirided one third of the late Mrs.9ophl .. I and all y.4. 4.
necessary.expenses attending .
said Ial,. ,
.. &'..dower, Oil Fleming Island.ontbe _' Acbalnl.tratr. ; 'Navigator*.: Boundaries described on day of sale. : :* :- 'B UDtJ"Dd:J toj-.-' ..c.uaau.a.ya.am..\,L.itst..._. .;: ... 'r-,\".. .r .'I ",

sOohn's river a beautiful location. SIX taonths after date,I I -" A.J. BRADDOCK,: :s'ia.-. '.' BBilL CO _" ,c. ..-.,... 6. ;. 4t .
and vouchers to .
Also undivided one-third of
about ten then.aaaxl .
an oct
24-td "
Wierjffand ,
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: ez.oLTazCeljestir,. mIlE undersigned J.Liis.sI$5I, :4& 4.-- "
aeree situated fa Nassau county, on Nasnau Probrte for Duval county, for a ; & 01' 8r.Join,\ S : iiwit having made arrangem'enU J.t,1401&C. .,.v- ,*..., .'.1' j
( as Administrator of ,, mpeten"Acent lu'the ;
City .
Uivert.exteddiag to Thomas' Swamp suitable estate NOT. ol 1 .C..b.sai&asku4 < d ;:
for turpentine small skirts; of hammock ton*,docc&Mti. 1st' 1850.i : ,Notice. Washiagton,are new prepared to take Power of n .L K..,. C.... .45 .., .' .',.-; I I'J
. ; granted ..
of T5..s.I.D.d1.j .
ft / May next Ihe'foDow- Attorney, for..the i collection of Bounty ,' 'J
to Francis} Fatlo.. .r it PERSONS Land LK.raX.nbA4ss' : _,1. .i?
made with the Buoys St ALL are hereby &lltionedaga\lId AIk1 PomIona:.and ,wm ; I .
T ,. r. J. McROBERT J1AKER 26. nt ciYe their.trlct I v W51si.5..i5A4' 4.'i'. ,
for .L. ,
: this a certain attention the .'
spt notice so that all navi, promissory note toO .e.i -d 5 .Ii W. flss..5.w, .Ct,5s.at1.tOti1., '
1 Attorney at Law,Jacksonville, Fla. when Lids chance is made bymeonthe3ddayofmherItoAW!; 4 Address .' .:, ; c4. 8. a.n, ....O ,S' -I 4 '--
fSewseopyU.) I West for Ten 1" a. Q'III.'.C..&....wo.
five-year-old ,
Notice. to .
4 .- i Buoys,lie. Cowi Steer and Eight p. .'MiJNTOSH r. ;w.. It'. Pras.Psrtameel ...." 1, 4
TO THE OFFICERS I all Buoys along the eoart",'or 1851. !and Said their note Calves"*due flnk 'day ot May,,' Jacksonville;:ij?: Fla. t R.x.aiIsy.o.n -'vuks$5-- : ; :. '
JainesW.: was fls.r7D. L.ihcepCN
Bryant : channels fraudulently obtained .
or shall
be from
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OF THE .C. '
SEVERAL me, a*I cannot-write AS..W'DO\VNING t.eo.jraatha IC"' ia..ttr "
so that or read ,
A.TToixer AXD COCKJELLOI-AT-LAW passing tap the writing -An perIOD .',_.B_. 4.fl.bitsli .
THE r1Dg the bay harbor, or trading for said note will do so at theVowa 'C;tol\Tall)Iais ;u.'r. _CUt.. c. "
r 't Win attead to Profcssiona'l baaineu'Ia the) Conrti Congress with even numbers shall be I rlskas I determined not to P'Y'tt until) oom- .1 September 26:lSifo. "1'4I 1 oIIa. C. ruDkr., .- ..:, .2
tit& Eaiier BY arAc hand, block peDed. b1laW' ,.11; s ,. s. 'SUSAN BAItBE1.Jlarber' ; 1011'.1. '' '
: *; *\Cimit of Florida and. In the FedralCovt ,not Buoys with .P. 0.. Columbia I OJNeif Do n Citf :'and Oc Arg_" .. e.rt. ... '
port haud'IIDd Buoys co., 1c1a. $aabert ..j4- t;
.I lortbe- Northern District of Florida. LAND for. on either hand.- Doe. 19. 1800ir -. 1m ff I ,' L t ,..AAnwo.fl.siwn 'c! f
i Auo AcEr or mow i the widows,and minor Buoys in ; --" ','', .- : .h ,.nv 5- $a4T..isWaI43I.. _. '' -:Ilt
with '" GOODS. -
alternate ....
white N T5WqoODStThemmnt
de'are also entitled. ". ". ', .'. .5' subscriber ,frt It'tt..s':!Wtl
? fo crplh: e ta the, State; respecting .a"moe\ : 1:3.A1A stripes.ID.UART. ; i ( "._ in circuit Court", u. _,/. he respectfuRyUiformr ha public r 24a.4 D.aa,Jr.II." Castle '. .:-?.'
; lands claims of ; 'EASTERN ICIRCUIT1 now-on hand &'geaerulaa* ; .. ..lo8..a.
M .of ,&the location -.1 Collectors OF FLORIDA* 7 ortntenloflUady Mado CIaths. ='t : .a1I""

I or idling,trr od in such la pvbUeoffice wfll for enable eereral .I.. j., ; 1 ..DUV.u.Cot1l11tT.l'' ,j ::. ..'J too of his order aDd oftbe. bed 1n.,-Tb.1t1J mde'ul$ < -. ft :.\i tl...Pa&de-.. .. ..- .:m. .
mt 11m 'Pann .t: ctttUjig \
M cafluotbe
& : *Ta .WaCap5stZiik
l ALSO AGENT Chatt'fln.f surpassed. stock coo m& 45
SIGNS &oly'lor / TRIMMINGS/, .. 11 All 14"n q VII: .I /n.) Pm** pan of Black OotiFrock Coataj d& ftlct 'EtJt'd, H4. ".. 1 -'.'
to".eoHeetloar.f ClalmJ :npon the ,Ualt and acl"Te tMI be great : \ Samuel Toner''.; '1V .. 1 f"It,, and Dr foatiFig:: Ted'Caaaluaere"UId Tweed I l r 'Wxw.I4.r1.mslgYa. .
,a ceneral'uaorlmen& "
$tatetMmLjrotraervIees.: ep' o( r tpWa.tod laaVflgnro* '
All letters *, .1::.prderatecciTed from the interlot for tle'aooriamcdrcelebratcd .
puloD Asiumpsitf'r- AttricKmeni. do do yerts
I'r /,consistIng oC Fringe : } black atln and
f TolunteeriaDd for ''" cloth Vestsj 8h1rtr '
t wppH i'-ftinilshid prompt attention, and. 'the Cor4 and Fancy.Buttons...S' ,lur.tK nsme&:'b i' .Those in want of the above article rest :, SarsaparilkvXif --,. kIp,
Instructions ; repdaD'iDdL may
p .thet preperty lost, for which the IT.It.,State -sent.. .; this, assortment'' 'to. .be.\the ( persons .Interested are hereby oth. i r assured that the'k1ee. wUU be:as'lo* u' at a. constantly\ Yl band Jot retaibtbe'wdsrsflCJ)
9 ; l required W
Ir and examine. and eatabli.hmcuaUalaeclty. I determined whd warrant it to be naalne VM A Ir "
f appear plead to the declaratto.' a* am that -> ,
s4r..LIA5 ..October- 185O. .' | I .Vrkk, Store; Dank:,; ***, t' ,.R.DORMAN'fer inthls I no one shaU uadenellmo In an article oftheum I '' i: 1 BItE keo ft !
P1'ts. ; FERNANDEZ !'T'
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