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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 22, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TOE PAnTING.- wbicH her faithless hnnbanS scrupled.' n. t't' ber jmag>nary* ;w'p".|{had'justlieeii"' ,WJ ta1barouslyavenged. .:1.Jitter dotDaatelr.eJstez\; <; '" ':' tft-Wben," :L't't: . b ,:. : ti ;.J
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lore like mine was the last drop that The' simi1anty ;'bame ,._ ;
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i"! Farewell! may overflowed ''-'if"ue .- .. tachment.of John Jay to'tbe Uujoa of,the 1ierb ilrkt
the"cnp.; The.exasperatidn'rof and of:;dress had.deceived ber.3.. Wby. bad ', to P"t.to. \ ltli
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Surround your path where'er yon P. t : her out m'feelings kiiew no' bounds4' and she*ot, .''; ; \ rJ 1te .e. AcanStates! I' icannot'forbear; even at DJf'me-pid toft- '
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'A dw re of Wi_,like summer trem% she'remained'io solitude ;in'her"apanmenthat Does tary !Srate, ".m, rer1ytoan! : nrita'tion'M the, nsiroP'extending* this ann'biyonI11'propet' :> tndrnay beitmaysb Mat
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For*w toward jam bwom flow; member ci'the to *ttend a4't1hi JD i' U'rigrecen'tIyIheUaler t lmits! ," frpmr'introdoeinganotberextract _
no family ig uncflice flecU'" Is"Is'-notVjealousy"'bJlo l"u''bYe? : S K.th -'
Ttoj kind Wendi gather at your ilde, her agitation, *.* '" "*" whose dark'.shado'jr' "is'satdlo"be!>'- : nthis TarrIt.own.y. ; to.It-jViiV: 'N,Y : !from bis admirable writing,M'eibi- .w' .. uhe1' JtfSfca ;
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And Lore ii.rl each dead of grief, An hODi'b '' 'pnnsetl| Anatas1auwassummonnd passed through herniindTdwith,;lbe' ra. til' .l.I: _.i"\'w..;' T s. sl/ 27, 1851,. lustration.biting uuarkablesagacity'andpower of.il mos god rest bsiwateJ-J

nile ton hands smooth eaeh troubled brow .to her lady's presence,1 : rid'!.fe P pLlightnin as that one1L rQlglance. .;mt!" :- hue-io acknowledge the be."of th i-44\ye:5fleets have heard ,mnch.rt said hoar after r fet down to'- *--t?

iDa mini a tweet relief. ceired an'ordei to'rtmairi; .ne:1r hht nit;fin. revealed to her the extent of.ber crime., No rcc)1t" !''of.'i iu'i'l: iter-''ofylthe 1Btbof this fBritiin" 1Ud91ariwIse'the'ihnema1 menshun you.Htnelettberthathed'edmitf

world ii wide Kh'jsome'lfem'brbTdeiry witK which. : ehe berMlf words escaped ner'Ups: *;',but;''a il sttticVbya ratontlt.:Tnvitinrfetetb-* 7 attend -meeting America. :when tbei eetsof asy, without any pane,aitbr .. Jcle .l r
Farewell! Farewell! tbe had been occupied. *. caa ::* 'thunderbolt,fthe'fell heavily rnrd,"and to be.holdenatTarrytownoa proposed may engage attention* ;Bot Jf,one you know, was as kooJ Isou., u .I!

And we may neTer meet vgain, Not daring disbtxiy; ,' and hoping' finish lay prostrate, arid to'all appearance {Unless, 1J} ,t: Jh! $ pcopIeof.Weslcbesler flaIOflaigoveromenthad 1 ; not so regulatedthe breathed;'and if he towtd'me' i wbllet .

Or meet with hearts grown foy cold, her task before the hour of Tier'"appointment .! by the side, ,of-her beloved .son, whose, Jife! ,.without, any; distinction"fif.-jparly/who couny navigation for Britain; asia: make a nursery plased that be diednorbegavethejas d; JWI ;WJaf
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Forgetful of this hour of rain; with hriot t'had arrivedIher young had fallen a a sacrifice to the. rash'and .unj- approve ot the Compromise'.measures of the had ,seamen' one 'nationargorernimeat kick.out ir bun, 922;>dDt
not called"forth: .
T were better thus-for nevermore, girl sat down to 'her 'work 'with' 'unwonted governable! suspicions'of the1 al Dswife.. : !ast e ohofCpgre g# ,ry. ., : : all the-national! m rrdget..yoll.no"thahaye too.

Win joy fiing o'er our hearts its flowers alacrity. The room in which y were was 'JThe"first nse.that Helen''inade of:herrei i <:M yj II eJdutiesaonotalWjnet, : means and materials for .forming fleets their m'lcbJcows.' which few heJp thej '; i.-1
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Dark clouds bare dimmed Love's radiant mn, an npprchamber'and; formed the'last of'a' turning faculties was to cast herS the i tuimy1m.butyou'n.J! not doubt I been prowess celebrated.! and their1 under would never.have dont give a drop now hecazeivgooJ thi'Waiit'.

Since summer crowded those harry Lours.t capacious suite, having' no entrance' but feet of,Jier.hasbarid and make a full confession that! I'cr4lly approve. the obJectl'i and pur- arnd fleet let-ScoSand Let England bave'lIB navigation attin.lance;;tell Shamus'Iltcrhim L 'C1Iee
through the apartments that"preceded' it. of the feeling which had driven her*to,1 poesfoi":which the people!of"Westefaecr have its iav.gatiQuLafld'fleetle.V :. ; andI.iayalbapennyfwb; .be_

Farewell! Farewell! this heart grows wild Not long after Anastasra was'Rated at 'her commit' so desperate adee d,i'p1or1ng dearb'1 PrOV0e&4ssemble."*''" "f'*I-*-?>. f ;, fl"fc* l T Al have its tuinaf.tlfHt'fkAjl ; tae peure inniaent.craJ1bllu.a .chewnraa.
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Xeath memories it can never crush, embroidery frame, the Princess arose, and at'bis hand, in expiation of her crime. But i .I hope the spiut of*-OtsunJoi.---r v -*-. "":ndf..Ttt..th, Jr bave"'I ts bavia-I theirrgrass, he'Jl! sit down and cry ha nTL_:SuiyShamug

And darkened Joy, like funeral shades, quited the room, locked the door of it, and death, which would ;ibave'. terminated :her j 8.I I red as I npv; !in.some degree." ,hec.kedi.; parts oC untiedt lDplre l of1he c "tit'ent IUi ,be s more;.lor,what ha -

Across.my spirits heavenward rush ; leaving berattendant a close'! prisoner7'there, earthly,,torments, was abool1.u'wc the,exasperated .I: but that it, ha. existed,* both at the North i independent vernmints," and'It Is easy1 to' :died fc iF t.t tbe Joe to rs ,:bufg tftieTf

This heart will change to native earth- with no possibility of 'egress until she" 'her husband was resolved not to grant I arid at the South', and'does "still"'exist to a perceive how soon they would each dwindle them tbe 'onnalUeral brute- Jhey.sa.id thejrcuU

This Fp'rit to its ('..., shall flee- self shouldrelease Tier,' 'she'proceeded *to her."Wnman dangerous extent,cannot, as it seems to me, into comparative insignificance.11, da no'tbing f for Lim tow'no., more tbaa to
Put while they tremble'neath one thought Anantasia's chamber, where she'selected' a' ," said he,-"you shall live-'to'die I be.denied by any hocest man. ,,Wben John Jay filled the seat at the..headof be'at'the wale 'which 'was' a'' 'rery' dksrnrwanthere ,2

They tremble true to Love and Thee. suit of her clothes hastened to disguise herself a thousand deaths every day! 'oU' 'sb In the South, the separation of the, States the Supreme Judicature, Ii would\ one ; wasi Jemmy M'Dennemt''th T&Mdler

in them, and throwing a veil over .her : live to >(llIse.the dayon which you were j is, penly proposed, liscusscd,i ', and 'recommended appear ''who, being charged with c"me; : who played at tbe wake, and bis"fatter

Farewell! Farewell!-a Ions Farewell! head quited the house and directed her steps. bprn. You; shall 1 Jive to expiate, in lingering ; absolutely" ot w condt, nallj1, In te-; should stand 'Up 'before'' his'Tace beaming god bless him bestowed the -wh: ..9V"1

This hand which oft hath lain in thine, towards,the trusting place. torments of mind, the misery you have gilative Halls and conventions called together equally with,intelligence and beninitv'ana for,to.burn, but nowdarln&, Sha-.. .' .

Shall l r again iU pleasant warmthAs It was late in the autumn j the days were inflicted on me. by the authority of lan-j\; i.., '. insist that he bad. disobeyed the !flaw',only this lether reachesryou dontkete'9&4'

when it fondly circled mine j shortening !tytbe evenings! were cold Andinflexible in .his determination,' he In the North the Stite Governments have from the impulse.of bls. own f jndivulual on- it.'but j>ack np yonr duds and be if fth'1Ld _

nut, O! this claq will be the Tat, and gloomy. night closed in immediately af I,: causedhis; unfortunate,wife to be ,conveyedto not,run into such excess and the purpose'of science}; (that he had disregarded' plighted !like a lampiither .1 Mndtbis 1ethegb1esi

\l'c meet 110 more as we have met .. ter sunset,'and there was no moon.to Hlam-'i. the Rock. .Babake. where, in a rudely: overturning ilhe' Goyernmeut.bhow itself faith, violated the most important obligations,' nijr arle, andwhen 'liT a":.Ti .i U,*******3fViJt*--
My joy is buriej with the Fast.I ine the'chill, dark'sky. 'Helen was the'first.1.'. constructed stbnercliamKer, 'she, was cOn more( clearly in res=plntibns agreed to iti voluntary and contemned-the sanctity.oaths, nnjy thejether.wid) the black,I seal wul ..jouruncles'ccat

live to love-thon to forget! to arrive at the place of rendezvous; and demned:to drag"out her n miserable'existence; assemblies:bf individuals. denouncing upon his reliance on,the. superiority nl .his a v arm oh it,, arid Waea.yoU open1
under the influence of a never slumbering without-'bein:suffered to exchange ,word the lawsibf thifJand and ,declaring a fixediitent.1o.disobeythen' own intelligence'over'that of the commdnity.: It, don't break the seal r ybuabftwtuSJ

I suspicion: she'fancied, when she found her. with'any.human being and with nocompan-, .. .. fAti .:' and the right of Jveryjndvid al to"JUllg'or show-a mark a*disrepect!tff bin ptare Joal.I.mistBoyv .

TIlE JEALOFS WIPE.VALLACIIIAX self there alone;that her scheming bad been ionsbip,.. ve.h :!.,o11 wretched 'thoughts.: .1 notice that! in one of these'rnectings. hoden ,!- const tution, laws and compacts for himself r ,draw" to:.finuli, !,tmendee .cJuliL

A \ LEG EX D." di\C veredand that her husband would defeat Her sense, failed. under, "severe"p'iinis'h" lately" in tfe"verg'Leart of New Enl- Gentlemen; 1-.'am.sure that you.and your I and \ : ,'
I her plan of Tengeance, by not apnearingtI ment fbut madness instead of bringing 'ol>- aiid-,-and pakl'to have been very numerousTy1ttended (find: ,.will do your whole duty,, as i iiieIli- I I am your'most aflecfionaTe'TVlurth'ef,! .i1s
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Nearly three centuries ago, an ,extensive! ,I I but a few moments sufficed to undeceive her II*ion'to berlwoes; ,.seemed to have impartednew the members unanimously; resolved gent and: parrottc; 'tciiz i ts In.; upholding,die .'::T ;BRIDGET:KHAE "

portion of that part of the country which A quicklight step 'appl' bed. What agerness acticity fo ber.facaities of suflering. I ''That, aa.""pqd,js'o\lr..helper.iwc; will not juitltuti n. 'Of your country;, I'prppose to : I_'iir1' 11Y .W

lies on the U'ilnchian! banks of the Danube, was in that tread, 'and how indigi Every evening, as
belonged to Demetri C a powerful i nantly hid her heart throb .as ,she listened earth,.the poor maniac fancied herself, again front abor, to'be,taken'from among us, anybody. who might ,be found to waver or. The: WashinglojxCllarlestortNewssay3 9 .K

BoyarJ, descended fnnn one of the Greek i to it. The obscurity was so complete, 'that an a'ctorin the* dreadful l 'scene wnlch had and to this relvefepJetlg! : lives, 'Our hesitate; q.nJbis ,all,important question., .

princes who had been driven from Constantinople she could not discern even the outline of the I I stained her soul with the foul guilt 'bf'muf- fortunes and our sacred honor." I Tbe President's, Message, at.the openingof : 'J' f.tL--"
of the Lower who drew near but These do 'toot seem to have been "fr. Bucbanau.looksmu jpunge sbaabediJsouieyearsaowbea
at the fall Empire.He person the perfume of der-and the frenzied shrieks she uttered d'u- persons' the session of Congress expresses.

was wealthy! generon?, and magnificent, ambergris with. which her husband's hair ,I ring the nght"ere: heard',from,afar, wakingthe aware Utat'thc1; purpose .thus''avowed by fully'and plainly i his chin op riitn' ant the the of'oce..' He i stn worried nnuin1, ;"with.' r Y

the father of a pmmisini son, (who at the 'and garments were always' impregnated, echoes of that dreary solitude until day. them ,is .ditltiactlyreat'OnalJle.; Ifanylaw; unanimous opinion ofall''those associatedwith cares s

period to which this history relates was floated upon the air; and a low, eounterfei- light brought with it a temporary' cessationof of the' land be resisted, by .force' of,arms or him in,the executive.administration: of the great scandal of the faji"-aer-wfi6ttafWJ.

eighteen rears old! ) and the husband of the ted voice breathed forth the words- Hist,1 ber agonies, in the calm of exhaustion. brce of numbers, with :a pe !lared.intent Government in regard to what are culled not been"able. entrap him. < jfraa&Miu

most beautiful woman in the country. Helen !-; Anastatia Are you here love!"" directed esi t the application of 'that law; 'in'all ca- the Adjustment t., 'Comprpmise'measures i of I lobe credited, htouDw1obth !
her towards him. cases s, this j iit levying war 'against the Government ject of his afijetTons:dying.! suddenly he;ba .
C- was looked upon as the happiest | I .SWB.BoT.V whose' i the last sessionThat! opinion is', that those 1
pig* resolved cherish 'bet
to 'memor"in
of her sex; and she might! have justified -I j She stretched forth her .band with a whisper thesei!" sonny.; ,,. ',1 within the meaning of tbe Constitution meaSures should be regarded 'in principal as! bec! edness.' WhaaEoeofhapne&must : iiIg1e'
the belief for nature had endowed ,-Yes,"and grasped which she ;' Vj. and is an act of treason drawing after the and
general something Od! sqw's sir." as a final settlement 0(, dangerous i ,bethezmembraiaceofeuchaa"z4tt
with mental less remarka. recognized the embroidered k:1tten'worn (" it: all!! the consequences of that oflence. ;
her as ..embracethat'thougliibey '
powers no r Whose'sow is }i fdipHr exciting subjects which they, ..
ble than her personal pei faction. haJ it not 1 by beads'of the,princely house of C 1 'old mans sir 1" : '" "''., This is the precise case, in which convictions : were'' !riot free fro'ux."'imperfections itS attachment.Aoming..ap,freshness.1 like a fonntaio ever,and:'bubbling apon,in a ii. .

unfortunately happened that Amidst the : In the next moment, the arms of the impatient for treason took place in Pennsylvania, 'iif their 'mutual1' dependence'anfand '
\V ell,"then,'who is your old man !" yet the midst of life's wilderness1! **' 'l'
coui.tless roses with which her }path in life lover were thrown around her and 'she I "If you'll mind the pigs I'll run home and nrihg 'Geni. 'Washington's administration j connection,' they formed a[system of; ,.'. J I_. .._a-( .' \Q VLa
been thorn hail lurk- wa djawn towards him in and-not only'does such a spirit as this man- and
had rtrert-n, one sharp a passionate em. ax.the old woman." compromise, the most conciliatory best WOT JACK:-jjiTEa ..car JJUa ; '
ed and pierced her to the heart, rendering : brace. Transported to fury by the'tender I i "Never thind'ny, I want.a Sm3)K. irest itself in heated'andvioent: } public R-t for.the entire country that.could obtained Jacktarwaskettwby Le didriedand"repL"ed teIa
her, in the intolerable anguish it occasioned, 1 endearment which she knew was not intended ',. what can do4?" semblies but jt is also defended, encouraged from conflicting sectional terests.and opin "* ,
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regardless' of tie! many other blessings that ., for herself, but for 'a.n unworthy rival, *Ob I can"''do more'than considerable. I : and commended',by a considerable portion p.C.the Ions' 'and! that therefore; they'should be,J- ui : ,: tag
bad been showered upon her. In a word, and breathing only the deadliest vengeance]I milk he .ride tbe to public press ; and: what' is still, worse, heel to,'until time ''and experience'should) "It's just,;this: ""Wb. I wii :'a ?i ounkex
turkeys ::water
geese
le pulpit has,'In rtob instances, iu'tter- not more than eighteen, I Came athwart 1a
she was of ?nspicious and jealous disposition for her wrongs, the outraged wife thrust her hamstring the grasshoppers l light fires for I many demonstrate the.hecessity farther legislation '
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ed these tones opposition to the 1a\v inteadof little craft as' rnh aldre ctf
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attached her husband hands into her bosom drew thence invaslon
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; passionately to a porg- flies,to court by, cuts the buttons off dad's to guard'against > raltI .
and to all appraiance adored by him. She, nard,and raising it on high? plunged it, into 1 t, coatwhen: he's at [ the voice ,<>f Christian meekness: That opinion, so far as llnoremaJns.en- : wind; .,1 bore,up rand hove to along eidebf
of the fearless heart that beut prayers keeps tmy"ro pentance, and. the Ieatof.God. .Indeed 'acted l her,and spoke to her,'as be boisted irjejQidlj,
nevertheless! I lived in constant distiust against her'o\\"nl! dad and main when they scold at'a"mark- '' pensions tirely unchanged, and trill be upon jcolors.
him, wbicb his career and manners were too ,Tb'blow was dealt with'sueh unerring aim, old woman is always ahead.V I hfive happened in which men and Meadily decisively: : The:peace of the WeJl we sailed io company awhife,,
(& that the victim coul.l indistinct] OJ women hive engaged, .in.assort .,pf rivalry 1 and finally she(said sbed ''letme'eouYobErthrough
weD calculated i justify for his genera! ad- only utteran '5"rtJt brothers !" country requires this; :.consistency*.requires
miration of of i and relaxing the wrth which' be an/ ". ot conies 't 'see wh'ether the laws of ioe.' this and consideration of the I the voyageof;; fife: 'SoIedawsflft
beaaty was a matter notoriety.And cry ; grasp Lotsof('em:all named Bill BOD ,, : : public
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; held her fell except tJ: or;tHe 'institutidns'of'religion, and theauthosfrn 11 11go and lays ia5wresgesne1igbe1Grtada!
although from a knowledge of hiswifes so closely embraced heavily tor his name's Sam-my'name's. at demands this. If the ,administration
." tin; lie had taken such precaution f; the ground Helen drew her oreath and 15si -,; they call me Lazy Lawrence for 'IarryeT shortnesV >." I of ;D iiDe1 fievlatibn,' 'could#be 1 cahnot"taiJpbut'1be'iirlncpes'! oVthe i aloft.aitd tartedjo t4ke paraoa tos. *L '
the Weltcommoddrc would bel '- .M
i tened for noise in treated \vitb roore-contempU : ;:. ::1 all.l ydtf e i IlJutj'
in fiis nifidelities towards her, that a moment ; a gurgling the ." el ,.)'ou.re most too smart for me massage-it'does not expect to stand'at
she had nereryet been able to detect him in throat of the murdered man was all that she "Travel on old stick-in-the-mud I shan't; It is vident that if this spirit be not I Citizens Westchester!I >Citizens of.the 1 a;we wereenteringthestraTtdoftbAurcha
.. checked,] it will endanger *tbe Government light cruder came athwart uVbu 4
a love intrigue, he nevertheless fell so per- : cpnld'distinguish.Then followed 'a deathlike hire'you for a b ; State jof.New,York !,;the voices of your O\TDj'I '
Hiaded that he was constantly involved in 1 silence, Tenor and remorse suddenly; ,stodal. if it sprekd farand, wide, ,.',jt will overthrow illustrious dead,cry to you from the gr and.i i and running down spoke 'ber..iThe'chIpproved

such pni>uils' that f-he became a prey to ; overcame her for the deed ; which in amo.l, the'GOY rnm nt: I II They\"bo'are in tbeir graves beseech you.a5you to be aa old cruisejof bees thatuabet 1fionf
ARcAirrLAw'naij ccrrfo'ncT or A I pledges geul'rnn'th; i t thought had gone to':;.' Locker Sq't t
vague jt'alouwhicb embittereJ every hour ment of frenzied excitement she had perpejtrated 'Tbercjare'amplft respect their names: aid mcUoriegasyoulov '
Fix.-A who sometimes .d r Ida
lawyer was he ber"toheave and
to
forget axes come
with and '
'W
I your'fellow'citizenof st-
.j and from the fatal yo : value
existence.
of her turning hastily liberty. as you your.ownhappiness
At last her suspicions appeared to have 1! pot, she rushed towards her home. of ful!,an having offender been by engaged to plead.the cause Chester, lid other feelingwill, be entertained, j .as you regard the hopes pfyour I lee.before"'8hecastoffbefhaw'se..underftandi.lhe froo'ibeVawJ* '
iCuolJ
4 The first object that her she : saying : than that zealous attachment, the Union children hold with firmness I Ii ) tnaDII9Iy.usb
found an object'onvh"ch: to settle. Among mst t eyes a" j. to on unflinching I
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UI know the prisoner.at the bar, and ,be I and the Constitutionanil; ; determination to was under his qoarter.j 1 went ac*
jnto
her female! :1Ul"nd:1nt"21' a and entered the house was her HUSBAXD ''There' to the Constitution and to the Union of : ;
pret i
young bears the character of being'a most cons'umniateand Hth.to the' l last I tion at :once to_ recover,her, arid fWC ougbt'about !
trTran 'h'anian, named Anastasia, whose he stood unharmed surrounded by bis at-a, impudent scoundrel." support extremity. Amongyour the States;and as" if with lips' still living, six minutes''when he''stru'ckr'"Ineshe

superior education had rendered her a favorite .'I tendants and in his riding dress just as be Here to him that the co iinitteel see the OO'of a great'and I they conjure yon,in tones of indignation, to craft then helm scud afore the"wind**
somebody whispered tip ,
had from his horse and an ilJast ious man, equally' distinguished ,I all such ideas. that.disobedience to
with her reject as
lady. All at once the damsel- alighted a tranquil .
I his .J
prisoner was client, when be immediate the the'' 'constitutional'period and was soon hull clown then bore np>taD
became neglectful of her duties. absent in smile upon his lips-as he inquired 'whether rev lutionAry"and' I the law:is the,path of patriotism or. treason, .
i ly'coirtinu d,7: : i his .Alexander Hamilton repair damages; :and ever since.tben,jponr
I
in < countrV' t country to God. 4 I
mind the her duty
and the vour
inattentive wishes of her
was
to princess
apartment.
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j and eter'iivedwho ,
.out vital h have been without
good man cruising
great or"l apait.-
the commissioners who .
mistress 1 here!! she shrieked was0"< of .twelve Formyself I'confeesthatif 1 were to .
betrayed You to I
; when reprimanded by her, she I running up calumniated of 'his V ) )
not _
insoleneeaiid hauteur. Helen threat I him,."I have not killed you then! Oh was by many met at VhnapoUs in, September,. .1786, and witness the :breaking up of 'the Union--and ner. ., :. zibirs
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ened to dismiss her from her service. j! thank Heaven, I have not killed yon !! and cotemporaries '' comm ndcd' to'the country the .establishment : Constitution, "of the ,United :States. I TUB MutE&'s SoiJLOQcr,-To dig, orpt

The Prince opposed such a measure: ; and inproportion she fell gasping at his leet.i of a Constitution of Gov'eroment"ade- should bow myself the earth in confusion to'dig, tbaTs thequestiou.; whether 'Cs.letter
her POWER or IK'O DiKANct.-Our city1 fa- qnate t .the exigencies .of' lhe J'- of face" I'should'wish to hide from in ni&r)
as the displeasure: of bis wife was "The princess!! ejaculated husband, ; myself to stand knee deep waterr'suf&r
evinced to\t'ardsthe delmnucnt.the voice and bewildered at theViem t of her di!:zuise.. and there passed a law.last spring, making-it: Here w s the cradle of that form of government observance of 'mankind,'unless I could broiling sunv'and.diff ad aweatnd.3igf
faj j emotion and 'rai her penal for steamers to land, cholera, patients \ lieu has 'so-bag 'b und usa1! together stand and declare before God and to
manner of her husband softened in her ;I her violent ing- from up truly, for a .few paltry oonces-ror place'ooe.,
the ground, "What means this frenzy, and here, except they were shipped for this point, made ns so prosperous home, man that by the utmost exertion of. every animated Juds? ,upon some rteighboringjnule
Tar.This Some time since a friend was in' the .b ck and so fcuch respected ;abroad. .Where.the 'with'which has endowed t
was more than sufficient to flue the why are yon so strangely disguised f { faculty .ray creator and travel tome ward. HpHonto'dito
suspicions of the Princess. Eager to ascertain Bat she answered him not. With her coontJ.t when 'a acquaintance of his'who blOod' Alexander,Harnnto'n ,fills'the'veins,' me,r had labored to avert the catastrophe. finul the pileaad! by the'piteay'etnd'ourI

the reality of that which she dreaded distended eyes wildly fixed upon him, she did l not take the papers,and consequently or his wcampte and patriotic sen-ices ire'remembe ,I,am,.gentlemen,, with enureiregard 1 tnd i povertyand ;pay'4he '.tbouraadlId$*

and resolved to rush upon knowledge that passed her hands repeatedly over his bosom, did not' know every thin?,;asked-hhn: &,the language ,sjparatitn, secession all good wishesyourobIigeul; friead"and dibts,we owe;.'tis a coasununatioa dv, tifg 3tn
would break her heart the forgot her dignity and muttered to herself-"No poTgnard no How" is the cholera, now Brunswick. k' ?" and disunion, will find,no,utterance, fellow!' ''citizen'o be wished.I'o b .1q luck-reac1a

so fat as to play the eavesdropper and wound and yet I struck him there, and felt Our friendtotd' bim'that, ,". .there. bad" .beennone and pq poses of violent resistance to the '(Signed)' :.p' -. 'DiJziELTb'Messrsf 'V mn ., Fi.nSC fidh-t Ttit onh t '4

*py over'her attrndant-Cor some time without I his hot blood gush forth upon my 'hand.- s'nce" last year'vb.r. : laws,n< approbation or.tolerance., L ::l meS"' '."lI ilto 1,' fr f'B!:' tl e'rub'j Jai n that' gamof 't&i: *hat

'any result. One day, however, when I And tee she continued, shuddering, Hhere said be in surprise, "I .heara"th'C'1 Gent :men, the mortal remains of another iButler? John B;Ilaskin,'Albert:Lockwood. luck may come| Whea'wei "tu
tCe" had been it is and her band town was chock-full., .,,,, great"w uiveii'erntedand'oved. through.the of oa-mnst ,givethere's tbeblue,4s
young girl rent for by her, and ;- holding np I as she spoke : !l Committee. -$* off this:pile. .
bad'neglected! to attend the summons Helen the crimson drops that stained it, attestedthe 0 yes, was I the funny answer, "but that whole nrsel l'or 10ng'Jie.Jrep; se in the .- flue calamity! that makes,.oueetay' ,

treacherously crept up a back way to her truth of some 'fe rfuJ deed being'connec-. was last year. Since then they have pasted' county of, Westchester; .course .I mean ANrIcaBi.o.i TQgTIIgNAIouI.MosUMEST. -, ho'ne so'long;flor'; who would bear'the

men ats chamber or room door and noiselessly ted with her mysterious self-accusation. an Ordinance" against it's coming' there any' obn J; f. The public life of this illustrious .' :There is understood to"be a'movement fierce reproaches-the insolence of. ncbes 3

J stationing herself outside'of it listenedto "Helen, dearest love,"' said the Boyard,' more. ma was almost entirely devoted to the foot :"the different border the spurns and scoflj that the imworthyttkes

what was passing within. A murmur of soothingly. "Something has terrified yoii. "That's right," said the countryman, --'they reservation( of the Union of the' States, the tribes of on,\V estern-among i Indian ,,.notwithstanding patient merit while be, bim Iftr might bt,*

voices in the room convinced her that Anas- but you are lIafe.now-I am here to-.:protect ought to keep. it;\ y'1"' isublis intent of the Constitution; ,'and the their supposed! utterly,destitute,condition.,,to in luck the,same 1 \AV'bowould..bear.to 4i?;.
i Tell what the admin$ration of the powers coaferreJ under. and 'under a life,but tha"Ihe .
tatia was not alone and almost immediately you. me IS meaning, ofM this ''" '' unite and contribute,,memorial. l to'the Government sweat weary
that of the sn ppcted damsel J broke upon her, agitation: V what Is the meaning .of this A-1\E\t'SPAPEB m:1y, edesirol'irt,night; t'; N4mi.n'saw more clearly orv.felt more in'the shape of a block ot stone. for drea I Ixf returning home'without the:'diit'ihd '

ear in accents th* purport or which could i blood t' I iem yli bt a Fe'garpr'it maycuri a:lady's deeply the evils arising from the existenceof lie Washington monuments 1ITheChicago"Journal *- 'dippery treasure.- u let the -bfaliiv
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' I bair; : Ah, think of/that, girls., :Ali with entire and distioc spyir.eigatiesl and waitou cit .
hut be mistaken. "You t Anastatia-the sycamore'groveJ"" only Slat a( ur8 the design.1 has and makes usratbef stay ff'

.Leave me," she said fcfor heaven's sake she uttered! ,Tin' broken 'ries,_ "}V tie you. editor ideas\completely, sweetly, and/eqnieit1y'wreatbed : : "IJo ian appealed to ,his ,coun rj njenagainstBnch I b s?Iar;conounimated already to;,rende -. luck, than vgo... to. hum", poorertha'efl r
eeiy
. leave me! If my mistress were to know of not there !' 110\9-JUlt'iipwvto meet hejr.f1 [ '1fwltb'yo ( richest ire& a'-p6iie3of! .thing's( wit .more I >4toearir) certain.that.the.," material J" ,to Woe: Thus' ,California.TinakeJ"" beggars," .ol.tfi' .'.' ,
CJVlAtA i
; your being here, should be lost forever!- The Prince shook behead; in silen&consternatiotL ., .- ics, and-'ye'and nestling dovn'vith' ..rou'lf e:1rneslness:etoqrienee or'power? 'llesatvlthe bd' rea l 'Cr in'tb: ""c 1ebf tea ''Starved u. .t' i -* .
'' your midnrght(5J)umbers to: gently, guard beginning of a'spirit very much like that: i. rr-r r-rrr5l-z-f>J *d
Already she suspects and watches me : and ? /T' Iqci in Illinois2} the I Ihdiansshav5h fnoandthejr i St"l'Iir'WUE."A.niJdi&* farmer
live in daily terror of her discovering R'' "Whom have t murdered then' burst and peacefully kee.p,watch pyVr yourbappy which exists now ?be foretold i its dangers, l caUid theirwu'trVobtaia it fronrj winter

love which would draw upon me her eternal from the lips of the unhappy, ,womanVitb', dreams., Jerusalem" -J\yiio"wpuld; pot. ,bean '- and did, >:as much? aa any'man tb""rescde"the'. \nd the inscription it U'to bear.- \vhen fin and his wife together/when'were, .enjoying.eanrersatkja, .a. evening

enmity! Go, prince, go Demetri This. thrilling shriek;.and starUng from her husband's 'eJH r., ; public jopinjonVfroiri,its pernicious"grasps *< ishei.habeeajl fcide4 apon., ,lt; is ,simple turned cosily religions. matters described

evening, N> soon as it is dark, I will contriveto support she"fled, with the speedof., a 'TilL SciiboLMisTER ATFAiYLT.A"gOOd: :Jo 1783'to be.isf.wrote the toaJfriend i i-H1ismy. but> expressive: *,as,eonveved}in following' ialfye! Bible upon, .whichihe man 'bad-opea ipai
steal out to the fountain in the maniac towards the fatal spot from which ; firsfwish ynted.Sates-.assuine: characteristic: terms-.tt 7iw'y the Red .
sycamore the 'conversion ] fore him, -wtJ
man was !lately attempting' : and merit'the'chaiact'eVbT one great nation, t 'ndl' >
grcve-meet me there at- eight -your pretext she had recently returned. of a convict, m one pf pur' State, 'prisonswho ; whose territory .isndiriaed'1intb'diflerentStates : Man' gives to the paleface! to bUildhima' ,'\Vife.said: i >the.farmer, "rve been thznking -4.
of absenting yourself from home will. The Prince"and his und.1f.TheuBoaid wha 'happy soclety'SotOlllOl1'ill 1 Jt y.

prevent the Princess from suspecting that her-some of. them'bearing lighted torches ;; hopeful l; "After suitable, ';open1hg'he ; :*," merely!fn t1786 for fee'said..more(;Convenient"lt b#until Gpvernmeht lately! of ;foreign,Mjssjons,7.it! ? is expectedjwill l baJ'nbi&dayvWitheo1flaflj W1Cb ..
such was'the ed whi b the frenzied 'volnteerilie tof its -J
bat sp .
' we instructor wishing make his teachings! ,: ,expense. ',.transporttalTbntoWashingtoa. iibereiepresented MC n iJJ'st
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a''receivedand'ranc6ntra"Jicte'J'bpihipn'
Here the voice became fainter,as the per. state of her feelings Jent Id her movements, : -' ** >een .' "'r' eeJJ'i4tbvlew! iwmewbat m&jktYWfctT -
overtook.her appropnate"sald:1J tbat.Jhe.prosperity the people of AnierJcaaepeiidedjon -__'____ c i r_- -_ ,- i
son speaking moved towards an ,opposite that they) only at the moment ""What bmnghtyii'hreiiiy;frina", : tbeir.con inuing firmly.,uuite ; pit..PJ1JGoA.correspondent of.the.Boston.Traveler better think :&*&$$}&*&&*
door; the footseps of a man were plainly to of her reaching JbuniainJ: Tbere aheuddeiily "Two-berifl'eaid'thecath: : uman: :" : then.'Ji ptty16lomy4ittiX1 l -
aruftne' andjefiort pf,6ut
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be dstinguished moving Qet.he same direction snipped, astthough 6otedr loathe "Ahem? yes-but.T "mean-' had<' 'ih- best and wrshes'prayers wisest citizens, hare been constantly { ,says' ,that the CmigtatiOntoOrego9 than 'ever 'before. truly' :;- You'caii't take, pmtt nil fo wi
Helen could bear'nothing more- he siot; ,md shuddering;pointed to the'. JOJ1iid.Tbe last seon was greater What figure--yuiwesUxptPbbI2
roisfprtunei" wifei
strained her eyes to the crevice; of-the 'door pruice adfanceJ hastily to her side j his emperaice" aijy; UingltoUoj: ttb your jr tl.edtb (object.j Bupoliticianshdw | J a t\inkingfro i '4.000 tbe,60(& He 'says \vjth".a. dozen iCesa..c11all.ot h Mk". ',
>r a ." --o v.' / ippear'vrfiotnsist'tbat tBTa; .opinion uerranions. that the settlement of.the territory is rapidly .
' which but ooth I altendahts/ollowed. and raising their l torches! w .
fche stationed I .
was' saw ni7J. ,
"Ye.."said ,the..conY. t. .meekly, "theyweretoilidrunk and'tbar>"insteadof'KKkfn) "ior .
; : : 'progr88 f\gd'.1 U BOOB,wil!.become teTi' 'PTi
ing.' Her heart overflowing with tumultuous discovered,at the, margin'of .the ;.fountain, hrmertook1uisb aM.wentofestableto
:extended 'ooi;,but'back ', ,, 'J" V'v" safely and.happiness in nnion J we oaghlf titseek Indians of Pugefs.Sounded YiCuiUtT cattle f u
p2M1On1.beWftSfOr a moment temptedto the bod'ofa man ( feeJ the nigbtfv .
next
Io : The exami er1asae&o1..to the 'bow. :, !.io .,4visiuqf4ke! Stat siu4o4i?: dive recently'held.a great,council ,60, .th* ,.. n' 'T .1
burst the door open 'and 'confound the and wcUeringia, his, ..The pbisUjface'wasturned v ""* : "- ; i in i jifog: My fljnrDybbs
fui \ ; ; "j .
: J subjectr w hid coud'cde'race n. tMl .
who bad to rival her : upwards and &tbe'glare"ofthetorche { :. .* sovereignties. ubjeTcl feitiOnbleswti emrgrants.fRiscooxrnow man that keeps a fast>
gUilty one presumed tn .1 )* This cbontrV 'abd'Hhis"people- eni bi, _I :_.t__ '-f '1) ', '.-- : dsaYSfi,1bht.1Jhe -
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Her husband's love, but listening again she fell upon It, an exclamation >l f t *i*pj ;i'n caid'f little fellOw''th !''Othl'rjday, 'madeIfdr deh olbe ""and seems ;: 'or' THC' LIBCJUAS Raffvuc. horse aa kJijafuiiirega':
bare bee* ,
felt assured that the room was empty,and amomenl' horror fell from the lips of.;all t present,,:ap d i "was n't Job anPEd'torl"15j' "' *..,: .*. *. if it was the design of Providence( that an ,-The Natianat' Intetttzenter 1iays'1hat'a -.to.tbe devil l.as a brick boose,that5a. : loCbf1uplln ,t -
reflection ehowed, her.that by a Helen leaning forward Vecbgruzed. her Victim iUWt 1Y. Sam '" ;* ::"'<,.; -; ; ; as .for. delegation ::from-the'Arterican''ColonizatipD la\t'A1L' : i' i ;
inheritance
few hoars delay, she might render her Jren-. ;'with a"thrill f agony'which caused, al < Beeaus >the?,BibW\ ; says I e' .brnieh'': baalot;brethren prtiperand-convenient,u3itedbach'.othet.hythe: Society waited tupoa'ihellonVflaniel t\Veb- 'liSee heir, bow'Jong will the' r J. i'J

reaace more signal and complete- She there-, the Wood to thrill i ii berTeiM.-'and'her! puUses trouble,and was a"matt', 'of' '"sbrrow". "0'',Uthid''Of strongeettisbould'never J)e.splithita.auuml slert..ftd-4lfK.tJ)1mfWrecogniza*. ItoulHHa J slT"1'inquired "trmveJUr! 'of'*'''western vr b : '

lore returned m.the same stealthy manner to to stanh stilL At that, 'one glance' ,'thewhole'troth 't"f hiIite''Pt.! _"'a_'f .,. fl- r (M i; of)unsociable1:,jealous '.n4'alien .. oLCberia t !I aiti;Webstecjuldresseed.th*. cbm'whilenihng pan a "bag string of.:
ben took flatbed her iith :temble ; -VV UlfTTTMiJll41M #.') .faror jtheirproposition5
:apartment shut herself up, and upon | soiitiei"' V; .r.- delegation some length _n,; ;pf madeoLthtsinateuaL'Li'asi, \
Beanies accordingly.' clearness, until she comprehended,'when too t ':.'*ll khoww street preaeb' '. "Tneywbo promote'the? "tof'sohstita-'r and'*Treferred:the '.eouunittee"to ; TieyU j last forever.* responded .tb e1joj, ,
lstetbe'fatalerrorintowheh. her blind and ioCinGmnatt.was r aeeosted br a/would-: Fillndire*'' f eneooragiflglyr i M
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who bO.poke'
Her determination was to prevent the possibility .r ingia:nu-nbof of,;Idistiectocontedermciei/ : president io*a confitlent tcm*. jaf% iM ** *

of Anastatia quiring tbe'bouse, andthen mistaken suspicion hd plunged her;' 'There be wag*the' other( ?day JTfe,:and> .questioned r u***fOI'lowi' ( Uie.room ofthe,;plan:of;>tbef Conrentioajem .thopropoaiUon. '-w 1 !'Forerer!' Wr rf a*. 'I
1 beloved J" 11'"r't "*s T* "
to disguise herself in the dress of a seTTing lay hErsonl-bercnly-chuld'ber: foresee thatU e eJCctioDof! t know-that a 'J 'r inp
damsel Demetri I I-bathed in-:the blood that, welled : ;To"yob"belleVe.1taUhe bible says kliotttje !clearlyao.i vThe'ifthGayUp; Chi, t. 1'tbicboIatrJithiawir' yon.
the
and to personate perfidious it wouldputMheacontinBanceof: ,taeUoiortinttfieutmost 'L. fibers' trie4: 'V.aaI< d
Way .
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fatted calf th ; .1 my
the .
from the death wound-which ber our 'son and .
attendant at the rendezvous ;in the forth I prodigal ,( .
$ ertaiaty this
sycamore bad wflieted! rHe do t: 4' .' t b4' '. :; i-jeopardyU- ; Wcoul&saj'to'ibiretuh I.ho stole guess f oagftt know,by !
pore, which sbd bad beard arranged by &r. demos band 'Certainlyl ther"tbItaif. would be tbeiase;and.I:sincerely jwiah ituatdmaJ from tht line while abed wail- tod,rery gravelywas ... ., .., .
were
bat tell -1ni .u
oor.shirt
whose .
these 'meditations were 'intrmipted bra it was,then, boyish passion Well" *cari'yoti -: lie ai clearly foreseeo every good. ., :t. ;"N h' -

message from the Prince; ,apprising her that been reciprocated by ber young 'attendant'dnidLbfiloYemeetiDgtwliieb'b ; tbat'wa killed waima1'femabelf t; cituea, twbenevertbedisii1udon,91tbS .I lug lor n AW-io>drrthat iJ: ,* *the"""collar 4"- "niav.cat t*, '-his\',, ,' ,.4t1i.rrrj.z'tboli.ueadinj"SandaT.dIl. ;
heJ lioaUi be absent from bone the ':remainder be it.was forwbomIAnaatatQ.had ; 'Yes.t wu a'f m 1f.'r1ootUf, 1riJl\'bayir.s olf to'ezetheurdscfmetiFdr1Wdil .t asked'wbatbeesm ofJudi I:'flO ,, '
1. timumvAmerios. ; t.- '
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JJ1titt. -L '
? .'tbat'moming ,1&\.'10 'vth know tbat.t1J ,' 1.: scrn c-i 1 i" "KiUed bilJJ reTOlut "' :;
of 1 !
r tbe awl ffl'O"'i probably'Jnot return 1* ,- _
till late day a111igbt;-au4 this jacssage. all changed her 00 jealous fear' into. ''dreadfucertaTfl ; ,uBec i15h said'BeardllJOOkmthe 1aWt.111i, \cbacIn ." a 1ofidctcU'. 11l1iRJ raaSj"'i, ..{ii" bldlP1h'e lace'o1 'the"country isatoweljrxvu.,t3 y.witt'rnuth balvetc: ,, il tks'i ,.-.i.. ..
ob God!' whom 'the"l C 'I'seelbe' O 'd4 iitiet .
additional j,robf'of calculating[ treachery Heit <, apoti. f l . f.i1t1r"j.o1''t" ;."', ;'* !'" L L :I 4** ; :.

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JACKSONVII.I.EITHURSDAY > :- "' tI"t : : } avrnjC: a.modification of Uie tariff of 1846, different what has hitherto

assuming for,, severt4 months'past .will, as ,,4. : ., "1 tj 4 son-' $, .t t FEBRUARY 20, 185t.'j we are qwte, sure,1Lnd as"have all along te at tespe tint.;,tbe''a 'top.riat.on'! for .intericrty" of'the pangschitch- tok po'* on Baidinl made* *rep6rt upon a my life guaranties my sincerity, a 0

predicted end, like ithe muss" kicked up the payment of the expensencurred| sesbun of mibuzum I the peese in the subject for the extension of your part, personal good will. It is lrti

.....Jomr WILSON, of TmlUfcawee* time married Florida in the outbreak ofI i i849.4*Ai amendedJWelippropriation nl r the Capitol. The plan. .recommende by theCommitteiris thne'thati i hayeyerfehtjtIflL4uty.to. -
coupleoriKdscu"sJsirigthe"fules -
once on -
a by a newly
..,...--.rte..et,.. an.Afi.ut,for is made I ih lastNtws. about theFloridy.Sjeemers.rReally 'the plan J'1lii"molff re publicly an opinion on any mateof:
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: } and regulationsby ; of the $ 5,000 hart bleads for tim my femlings !- Com State! Qnce jndeed d.ann
with the
\ tfc. EUp.l lleMtfM that dly and vicinity. \ m J you Bed to conf9rm.: IllcYte; p\h.I.
"' "':'r.-,.!, ..t 'dL. f ...crIWanted which their expected responsibilities' shouldbe : hinder such rules*,arid;:regulations as have are lost Uwundnr,- wen'\bink,of the treme which prevailed I

. :-- governed-all in smoke. heretofore governed the adjostment'of simi-! ; of the tallent that mitt Badger called up the bill to' enforcediscipline ton, on the subject of nullifying a law
o
at this office i an intelligent the United impressir grandjure mark and good conduct in the Congress, I met with the,clergy,of the .
the several) States on promote
4 We almost evidences to substantiate tar claims of ,
. t ; tcUjrejboTjr'as'an: apprentice to the daily see "' beVieWmalces'the\ whole l lfth'6R they etvsthaUhe hype n 'naval _nice of the United St tn. Tbe apart, at the inatane'"some veneIabldit.
this prediction,and even the"resistance"pre'ssof States. TbisVe Ji yti ,waa.a.seckond pnnshmen&ciwr2h'!naY)' tzensT W there' ;
. prjnting.busness.\ ,_,0ne.possessing! ajoleraW -. e
.f English! ducat ti9 ':It who, J is ..recomwindedtfor that Itself re-b gin' ing to'see : iiiit availableld thVSiate. There Jonah, 'and, ,\hat snugly sitchnated! ,in, the, ; .bl1ie" ng. which i .was." :.abolished, at, thing which we m'gbt(:. ibly do waay
: ; the !"hand-writing: the wall," and'J re are other im ndl 1e t.?to the bill which require andtcontractedM".-cabbmpf,-a wejtifie i -.. theast'sesswn.. .. sacred character promote pa., But it
. .narrow
;; good character, isrequired. ,. ,\ for cone Mr.Davis i movedtoTamend, the resulted ;in nothing- We nohinln
6ther, House
>>
: --- : growling'and 'grumbling 'iri'consequence! :: : i its return to,.tbe' : whale', he had binexploreing. the;un. bill.by 'or1lii t hereafter: all sa'Ote'sbaU our power* but our'prayers: for '. people.

<1F Toe:brief temporary connection that' most,piteously,. ThePrnejt6SthtBann: i t,, currerice J but 'it ,!s,. understood that ,'they. sounded depths: of'um seC'of Jieitur) be app&i from; ,-.the o. Ministers of?religion have little t do, at anytime '

i 4 tht undersigned" has ha J with this paper the State organ of the "fire-eaters,",,charges will be agreed, and the bill will pass. ,I.lin"V pirsung his',wncheked, 'eoree:o) i ; ., r ;.or: ,te' ;"navyj i which, with matters of the,State,. more; than

l -4 ceases! : the'present number. The Editor that there is an organized 'lltvbmition! parry! : 'JliMP8HlnE.The'udemocracy" may of. littie.fisbes, and the jepperdy .of|all amendment was rejected. ,, j to pray fo G' guidance'and Ministeraarmenare blessing, on
tobecngroed the people-
: bill then 'Ncnrtbel .
wa* .
[ South Carolina whichis daily i increasing distrucktbnn cood beak S The ?
in whose
r 't aaving.returned from his northern tour, will 'this State appear tobe Bteembotes, utter t *. ,, ,? ., ':. ; ,anl.t maybe expedientonce

: t te at his post again next week. in numbers and importance, which! ,\will!(consign not a little""put, out" with,their,candidatefor mpllshed by.bne stroafc of .'- nOl his .:r'a.thiicein, :: of privilege. reJaUve.tovtheightpf : in a life-time of.tbr e.,8re. yearsand

4 'We nare endeavored render the Reprtb7ozn their great State to, "vassalage, dishonor -Rev. JOBST ATwooD. It pen,,but his ponderous'flukes -whlle: bei!,inhi \Winthr9p'\t9Jconujue..inubi! more, for a minister to appear his char
Governor.
.
'
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, shame unless the sovereign people vewed the !'taken"tip.. ,, ter as :ctzenand not as a minister.
and
; :ar
\ 'illy-ventiiated fat wa 5-
:: .. during our short editorial career as interesting themselves demand'mIJu'diaie: seems that the Ren 1'tJtdate'! allowed him- s. ferror The question pending was- .' on, the resolutToiisof I : fer me, one time. to as ert. my
and
-t r :. and. entertaining ns was possible bestir : ," self to be tampered with by the Abolitionist of all oppoanents with complasensy : Messrs. DaVJs and Rue'lt. jt. citizenship, and commune with you freely

f j eonsidering the ulimited lnc wledge" we and unconditional oecession.; and came but ,with i 1 a' "strong t letter In opposition time cum1 for him to be vomytid' up thro 'the' 't'Mrt; Hale,moved that the;"Bubject:,b', Jaid! on the state of pubic aflairs. .I a.a.eiti-.

' of what neb a beet'sbould be. Such men in their midst as HAMILTON, the Fugitive Slave Law-whereupon) "i intere .ted Votiyes ".of the_ ale.wio; forarguments on, ,the table! 'Lstes.-.,. f izen ;"a son ; bn.on .the soil
powessfd to
' .p and PERRY no doubt are uot failing saik.mite' be : ; Mr. Mason that 'the'ena.- of South Carolina not Jon hid ben
GRATSON i \
: : If it hats been satisfactory to the friends of considerate' and he was forth\vith'waited upon by committee suppozed 'bhi ; tot S appointed by the Governorbeld, his seat won, in part, bythesworS of,iny rat .

\ I"! the paper we are abundantly satisfied-noth- to convince, the more of the national portion the democracy, frond "D.- : till[the credentials his succeaaor. were'received .1 After .an absence of abut' five months,

I iDS could be more gratifying, save the disap- well-meaning of her citizens that fur South who caused him to write another letter re- Thar is a sublimity about the consepshun by.the Siat. : :-Ti"; on my duties, in Ttnn :e, Slissis.sippi

!,5 roba ion expressed by its enemiet.m Carolina to seek for and'talk about secessionis pudiating the sentiments advanced in the of his! last er'that 'defize the'Ioftyit flite \Ir.Balavin that Mr. Winthrop 81r" Alabama, and Georgia, I
< ;
f BAinrrr.OCIl as ridiculous aa it is unconstitutional.einquent.- ... ... xuc Auoiiuomsts. Not satisfied with of the li and.can b. but f fanttlyimagind was entitled to .his n.ftiJ his successor,appeareillind cannot express.bovy painfully ilhas sb''ke
> F. C.
orL_ -.' ,' ,.s ....-..). 16 'UCfC: v when Jikend to a flock of turkey a. quahfe. me to be told l, on,my return home, th ,
third communication whichhe
this he writes
a After Mr. Benton the State measures now on foot, :solely
.. FLORIDA STEAMERS/* men we have all along imagined would not some great rok -
endeavors to take a posiibri "betweenity. buzzards hovering over the erthlyreminze subiect was laid on the table. I to scco aion! from the Unite States.by:this

II ,. Our dilapidated friend of the New i in be without their effect upon( the reflecting ." of sum unfortchuhit annymi' the broot The Senate'then after refusing to; take up, State ; the Convention shortly to
atolejbat
... &is last paper in an editorial article with the portion of the people of that State, and cause A large portion of the imon pures" have creashun with glistning te.nos tbe jointresolution 'authorizing the assignment be i to this; and that the onlyq'iestioii
vast numbers of them to enroll themselves of ,military Land to I there is 'ot t time
their Bounty be"open one ;-
above down "like
l' !- caption, comes an ava their trils'watching over rights er. warants
hauled down his name'from '
under the Union banner-or the banner of ne.spa.per took np the bill 1 forthe relief of captors whether to seceUent once, or awa'ttheiwae:
f :, lanche" in his usual savage" and indecent heads and cal the to ests." His argymints fit together a cloaslyas 'Pbd Southern and .
"submission" their mandates mast upon( party of the frigate .elphl8 i; of the COIres'I, ,theq secede.
; ;; w manner on the vicarious editor of to country's defeat him at all events. Tbe election takes ,the different Jeeves of a cbbig ,f '.hi cb, Mr. Berried moved an :amendment providing : To secfrle at 'nc at ,a future .time,

1 tie BiyuWiom-for what ? Why because which are conceived in a spirit} of liberality, place the 2nd Tuesdat in March.. growing' one over another; form a perfictandsollyd that tbe share,of Conrmodore Decatur alone, must be to Bcide'from 'the.other'Southern

't .y bad the pluck to "stand np manfully and justice, and honor, and which can but, con bed, and .the injunuity of his logic i shall be equally divided :between, bis.wido\v Suites jip' J Jess lw 'fr rn the'N rthern.

:, independently" in the exercise of our prerogative duce to the "greatest good of the greatest No SENATOR EI.ECTSD FROM NEW YORK. precloodes the ideer thathe ever,praid for I and three nieces. After debate' the,amend-,; It must be a pjtttjng the, 'oth r, Southern)
ment wasagreed to,and the question of.en;; States in fault -a port of branding them a*
I\) t. -and admitted into our columns a comnunication number. The Legislature of New York has as yet his "'write band to'forget its cunning." The grossing the bill decided in" the 'negativeyeas i ; -:! deficient in knowledge, 'o e, or "'pat

' r which be seems to have considered Let, South Carolina secede and what been unable to choose a Senator in :the asserbity of his sattyre ,puts vinnyger to the 17, nays 20. ,I riotism, or al thee to, cur. are involved

t somewhat personal would be the effect We cannot better answer place of Mr. Dickinson., The House of blu while the pan-jincy of his wit far exceeds ..Adjourned.Howe in respects, as we are touching the

:;; ';' It is to be feared that with all the assistance this question than ky referring the Representatives gave Gov. Fish a,large majority ,cattyplasims. Even the strength\ of of Rtpresntatirt.-Te Ifonse resolved injustice of the late act of Congress. We

) which reader to the letter of that eloquent and but in. the Senate he failed to receivea his "boiler" beiiias i brass cood itself Committ Whole maynot bold ourselves : rD better than
: t inapro/enumo/way ire may receive .. grate a or the State of the Union and again .took they are,'but asequalsonly; and ..they are
:s t ; it will be many, very many years after worthy divine, Bishop CAPERS! of the M. E. majority. One Union Whig (lIon. J. W. make it is seckonedownly, ,to,the,strength of, up the bill establishing a Board of Accounts, manwhile we comparatively tew. ,Aad

r our beard shall have matured before Church South, which we publish in another Beckman) refused to support him owing to his u.position," wham the pirsun for.whom Mr.McLane in the chair. what in such circumstances, will b the pro

column. Being as lie is a native .of the I Mr. McLane, ofKentucky, spokein ,favor judgment mankind, our.actOnSho.LLlWe .
we can possibly recover from the blow thus the strong odor of Seteardism which the Ex. he acts the amanuensis keeps such a strickt repectin" ,
i establishment of. Board of.Ac secede 1 .
State, a man of years and experience, it can has about him. No has been his valve 'that his of the a .
; gratbhoosly inflicted upon us. Oh, the trials Gov. day as yet watch over safety grate place ha
If Inay on
r I t* i*" t "J counts. any reline wh'l
11 :. and sufferin's of even a "vicarious" editor not re doubted that the words be utters fixed upon for another trial. .weight ". Js.in'no'daingur .producing: :aexplosbun. Mr. Bailv, of Virginia, again called the come under my my Ipoj-,

t 1w; M tf intolerablealmost.. emanate from a heart as honest and true as attention of the members to, the short time jonrney through fire of tbe principal Southern

. ; :. ..Only think-that we bonld hare: incurred ever beat within the breast of the most ardent COJGRESSIOlUL.Tbe Senate has passedthe The refinement of his L'ist&is !bon by which remains for .the transaction; pfbusiness Satci it,is not probable that a Southern -?
bill the rank of Lieutenant General the circumstance that the. representing the Southern'
of the "News" son of his native South, and her beloved creating abhorrense whitclr mannifests : and Appropriation C-n : PW
.l : displeasure man not only in the also the Deficiency bill the for Bills still remain to considered.Mr pie can be had at.all; nor, if. it, could I
and cherished institutions.No Army I b
. :: !; but that "the interests of this community" ; "bar room puns and \Jest" whitcb fall Daniel, of'North Carolna expressed( hJ. that it would do much, if aaytingrmore
and the bill to ten millions of
should thrust from We wonder such documents cause the "re appropriate his referenceto than the Georgia convention
;; receive a us can upon, ear as,diSg eeibly.a the acksentsof himself a considerable .
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1 :' hardly: reconcile ourselves to the belief-although sistance" men to squirm, ,and fear the overwhelming acres of land for the benefit the i ane. his clieef sattylight and wittie co-writer. the nature of the bill under consideration; to secession, : I have. no doubt, ,that, three-.
:, effect they must have on the pub. In the House of Representatives the bill and explained the particulars! of that.which fourths of the people would. the;
4, \ we can almost see it in prinithat He must bee ..a verry:,Esaw for beard," ol'vJlD
1 to create Board to audit Account and I he proposed yesterday an amendment ;; time. The reason o
a present
lic mind. Their cannot be other. i;
tendency
k the.editor .of the News for once conceives whitch, judging from his w tone" must bans and which provided- that where a claimant tion, have,. un-Jerstood. tbe that they d
:' individuals wise than to lead to organizations of Union Claims against the Government, has been bis in such ritch all the ..with: the acts to navel
: ; fhat'dil ppointed and their few from chin profewshun:*h hit f had gone through departments not consider Congress

,:i particular chums constitute this communi parties among men who are not blinded' by rejected. ___ reeches the ground aritt sweeps-the m out success, and apped. to ,a Court ol ben a violation of the Constitution, aol, in"

: ty." Although hardly I yet visible itself, the passion, and who refuse to lend a listening Ho.v. B.: J. W: CROWNINSHIGLD, one: of from his path wen he.walk lest the pewnty Equity he shall ..for the expense -;, : opinion,nothing: less should justify s.e ,
'it reasonable and that might, incurred, and thaiif, in cession. understand it to be opinion
,.1t' 1, tan of the animal can plainly be seen'if .- ear to the advice of high- the oldest\\ealhict., and most respected of his fastidyus footsteps ehood b pollutid.Wot limited circumstances he shoul be permitted or our people of South Carolina that Coo.

:: There is no sort of use at attempting a con- minded citizens. citizens of Massachusetts died in Boston on a pitty} it wood ,be if, lik Sampson,,he to'BUC n/Qna pauper;". was opposed gres has violated the Constitution. ,/At,

:. t :' 1 ecalment-they are EO confoundedly large Only think, reader-the idea of an "or the,4th inst. ,of apoplexy. The deceasedwas shood ever allow'bis! "beard", be shaived.. to the establishment of.a Board .of ;Accounts mos t, then, it, is a mooted point, and: not a.ettled .

,. : and conspicuous that we wouldn't be at all ganized" Constitutional party in South Carolina Secretary of the'Navy during the latter This'pirfecksbun cf a brite combiuashun ;particularly at Wabingon.where\ fact j we entertaining one.view of itf
the influence of ,agents while,a majority( the wise and. virtuoo*,
"Who'd it. The American
: .: ': surprised if even the ears themselves imagine a thought part of the Administration of President MADISON of wnnderf attributes in the "certain eddy-; bear in favor of claims of other
}improperly nnmeroiis
. .
r. : that they comprise this "eommunit),." Constitution Ibout to be defended and supported ( having been appointed in. 1814 and tir" i is ownly'equalled_ by the spotless',"char that are before CongreS and which he was hold the..tte.t..g;: 3tJY.outnumb1ng1t.\e ; t.r-

,; I As to "bar room puns and low jests be by an "organized" party in nullifying holding the office until the accession President acter" of his "resp 'ctabc! 'press,71 whitcbisSurniihetl :, satisfied would treate.with, injusticeif ingl Is itntrt. even due to, our ,own .!-.

.: f ing'admitted into our columns, we must confess South Carolina! The great the mighty, MONROE in 1818.PRT.SErT till its reflecksbuna no actioi"ee had upon .. respect review.the matter 1. Surely, ;we.:
britenes'cta .
.. and tie powerful State of South Carolina I ', Mr. : ennesqee.cDtenle should! know.!that we are right, beyondL! dis-.t
..i to'utter and entire i ignorance of such beIng as well as a l Jookin glas, whie the; paper it'was impossible .that before .we should 'a -final
pute
' ; .the,case. On this point however, we about to be consigned to a condition of "vas- \SECRET ART 'WEBSTER.-The that he rites on is of pewre and' 'spotless proper attention upon tbe claims ,that best\, demand ac' of the pocee t -,
. salage, dishonor, and shame," in consequence friends! of Daniel 1 Webster in.the city.of N. and that it m ferulmpr
:; doubt Lot the News" man can certainly white befour he uzez it. invesrgation was unworthy .And olgbt"w ,consequentee

. ;1 I'; speik 'autbo tatively-o\"ing to his great of an "organized" party, who are York, are about to present him with a magnificent The goose whoze wing furnished the ,of., such a.body to decideunless after a *? Patriotism demands not of U to. ran.
qui and impartial: as to the nature c If J on.to. onr, ruin and-
desirous of wrapping around her more closely carriage.GEN. f"l hearing madly, ; sej
. i with the from which such with whitch he rites onntrJ
to
scenes
;4i f familiarity! ought b cannoniie each claim and satisfied
; expressed.bim.cef; cesiorv, J>y our ristpro! .,,
the of Yes
1T .f I slang emanates. I flag our common country. ,, JOHN A. QUITMAN, Governor of'the and placed in a nitch in' his offis,and:wen'he that the Board which it was: proposed t i inous", What though,the hostile army mighti.yade :

';:4t t ;: Bat really, our neighbor would have itt I an "organized" party in South Carolina i is State of Mississippi, has resigned his office, has''or the pen to a stump he shood put const tute, would discharge the duties to bl our,soil,the United,Slates must .ami.

t ;. appear after all that he is possessed of some 1 desirous of living yet "a little! longer" under and New-Orleans, to to the the feather in his cap as an inigni fit,to be imps upon it I a systematic .mann-]; will oppose us." .Cb.uJesto will be shut put.from .
gone answer the. mode of of, the work! her.
that glorious instrument which was be- k present proceed the rest cpmnerce
t t: little charity notwithstanding his savage- charges preferred against him relative to his worn by a certain eddytir. ing, cannot be attained. perish'her merchants l leave her in

'. ..'ii i r ness.". ,He affects to sympathize with us in queathed to us by our fathers, and which connection with the Cuban expedition.} Yourz respeckfully, M. D. Mr. Goran of Indiana, proposed an from hervery suburbs our rifriwbile

,1I the delicacy. of the position in which we are we are in duty bound to transmit unimpaim Hon. Mr. G\VIfNE(Whig,) has been inducted I"a he,said, for''a, ,test Cotton "hal ,be. ,crrie -Savannah' arid
: to our children after u.*. That instrument, question ;' it was to strike put the first',sec- Au a Even now the
::1 : placed. ; and appears far from desiring it understood into office as Gov., by. subscribingto BALTIMORE,,FEB. 16.-Capt.. ,Williams, of riaJ
which is the crowning work of the patriotsand tion. ,He1a .to the. whole' .pn ry.of aiamnahisnot to be contemned
-1:, that we were actuated by those whom under God indebted 1 the constitutional oath of office. the ship Seine, from Have a New York, ject-jt was oppos for the establishment i let our State :secede from the, tand.:
to we are
t "meaner motives which rome ascribe to" us. sages reports seeing the Atlantic four,days out,' in ,of another committee claim7 Charleston! must become a .1nioJl

'.; Generous soul Wish we could be equally for the freedom'which, we enjoy-of TUB PRESIDENCY.-The. Whigs of the longitude 21'under fun'steam' The Seine another benevolent Ustitutlon. ,At the same Nor will the blight fall! ,on Charleston only -

:; as,charitable in return but our "rights and WASHINGTON, DAMS'FRANKLIN' and MADISON Indiana Constitutional Convention have de had.encountered a heavy, gale., Capt. -W! time he expressed, .himsl desirous thaisomething but on all the State; whileour'taxeriincreased -.
.. -an "organized" party in South Carolino infavor'of Gen. SCOTT for should be 'tbe 'neglect lvcn-foIJantl the heat'of the; piisj""ent
the to.aToi
Presidency
., i interests (if ice hate any"t'ould revolt at care thinks that the Atlantic has been, disabled *
of claims which is felt innumerous : Tedders ,;if
i agitation offj our ,
. .! f i is willing and anxious to be governed in 1852. Louisiana 8 ) cooling very r
such paper proposes and could not reach the Western Islands
a reciprocation. : instances of hardship and prove 10'p'roud to be., ,
However strongly identified the "interests'1 by and live under, even if it does consign MILLARD FILUIORE for a reelection, .with suffering. j'natr tbeyshoud!. the door of the. Union 'or fou"rd.

(what are they-eh ?) of the News man their State to a condition of "vassalage, JOHN BEL of Tennessee for Vice President. Tire Windsor (Vt.) Journal announces the Mr. Schenck,of Ohio, mentioned several mission: shall join the many thousc"ot
'
may dishonor, and shame." Obi what recklessmen death of the Hon. Horace Everett who'brethe instances in which the. delay.;-bl Congresshad our "oi rr- people :
. : be with the in
,' community which he at present BOSTON, Feb. 7.Three were taken his last in'that town on Thursday wrought manifest ; among others fioin their rn'ned: homes to more, favored. -
'. : ides-from sheer compulsion,) it _ _ balot he stated which a had Can demand'the sacrifice
man ,
patriotism
by the House for U. S. Senator. la, t ? 72d. year of his age. He was the'cas parts. |
: that he far NEW SENATOR RHODE ISLAND to-day been fourteen years endeavoring to t.a Patriotism demand the sacrifice the State! I
. seems, can so jeopardize them occasionally THE FROM g *. of
of oldest
L The last stood Sumner, free toiler, 188; Win. one .the members of the Vermont dollars' : "
two hundred which he hal I .
. .. ] as to allow himself the privilege Of-the election of Gen. JAMES to the U. S. deposted Norne'vrr.. -a
throp, whig, 168; scattering, /; necessary bar, and for fourteen consecutive'fear and which ought to. have. been returned to, I Let us tlen.leto\-cltzens revZew ,on'r.giound. .
and of Senate from Rhode' Island we rep .
pleasure enjoying a "dead head"1 !! apprized our
excursion -
.; to a choice, 191. The House adjourned un. reotethat district in Congress. He him.. .. 'e let it not
, 44 'at the expense of those who on his readers last' week. We must confess to nota til Friday next.APPOIxTMINT.J.. a distinguished member of the body. As a .Mr. Taylor, otOhlD followed, and took be a Co vett.ion'o boys and bah- de men,'

.; return he the more fiercely and violently condemns little surprise on seeing the announcementof man and a citizen he excellent a similar view tubject in a fire, min but of the wise and sber-minde.. There i is.

':" f : Whether or not the "rights and a "democratic" Senator elected. i in. so S. Pendleton of Va., qualities. h many utes speech; of whih were' .all, no.battle.to be f lghto.rglory, br'.tc n'j* I

'1I :4!. .. interests11 of our neighbor suffer during his strong a Whig State.. as Rhode Island. ]Jt (formerly M. C.) has.been appointed Charge after the debate amendments, and which that were, but a fearful, >trug1le wltl pvery ., I It
' Advice of President )1. llon. chiefly, applicable to were "improve*
,,; l' 1 absence: we are not advftd. Very likely now seems that be received the votes of d'Affaires of New Grenada, to fill the vacancy proposed the speakers eo hdti and sore humiliation. And:
Thr
following are said, to. be the n ;
.,,! b they: do however, owing to their exceeding fourteen Whigs in the Legislature, by occasioned by the resignation of Doctor last : \which ,among ,motion was then made that the Co may, nc grant us deliverance. 'V._
sentences
_-'i t; magnitude! which means he was chosen. lIe is said to Foote. were committed to paper mittee rise. Tellers 'were appointed ; 'and WILLIAM CAPER5.

: t Oar"punster"acquaintance of whom the be a gentleman who has but recently devo- CUBA.-Mr. Borland of Arkansas_ recent by.this illustrious statesman and 'purepatriot. I there, being a House. large adjourne'l.majority in'favor. of.,.themotionthc Charleston! __, Feb.iS, 1851.

.
-;.."! News speaks is abundantly able to take ted much attention to political affairs. Although > L-.
: ; "
"
ly presented a petition in the U. S. Senate ADVICE TO BIT COrxTar. .
.
rJ.: ; care.of himself-and we havrit the slightest represented as a "demo rat," thereis PROM BILLY nO""EGS' SOTTU. CAROLINA. CONYENTIONHl
in favor of the Cuba
of
acquisition by the /'As this ce, if it ever see, the light, have the'mighty *
r r tt fear of his his biler" and said to be much doubt his A letter from South Florida speaks of 'fate
"bursting, we as regards predilections United States. will not do do so till I am no it may be interview between : delegates to the State convention came
the
Capt. U:
, : f .1: 'J wouldn't be at all surprised if our friend as politically. It is elated that be i ia is considered 'issuing:i from mor ;;where Indian Agent and Mr..MWilluraBolags'as Casey S.' in South!: Crna'o.Monday last., 0

.:.:;, well as his choice little squad of "steembote1 protective tariff man, strongly in favor of Hox. hENRY B, AXTAONT, editor of the truth alone can be respected, and the happi he signs himself. Capt. Casey set forth to whole vote polled in the parishes.of .*

..': : :i dictators should find, in the further dealings the Compromise (that's the great thing,) and Providence (Rhode Island)Journal, and the., ness of therefore man alone whatever consulted. It will be en Bowlegs the recent action of I'the Florida St. Philip and St. Miehe embracing

: : :: "' present Governor of the State, decline a reelection titled weight n''b: Legislature for the removal of the Indians Charleston and its Neck 1a 873.-i
they'may chance to have with him, that he that he voted for Gen., Harrison in 40,.for from good intentions, and ,'from ,
The usual
believe is about
vote
$ and told him that his last we <
., ., is a..CONSIDER,! BLE-if not *'a leetlt. more so!" Clay in '44, and_for en.-;Taylor in '41J,-and t that, office. experience ''of one who has served his Country for a peaceable now was :chance U "What a falling off was there!",'and 4,1.''tt.

I. for the present Whig Governor of that State! CONVICTION or BULLOCH.-The jury in in varJouslstations through 'a 'period' of authorities were'his arrangement friends 1ht.the, too, notwithstanding the Mercury, the '
mIt : THE AVELAKA.js. forty years; who in his voutb, and ;see bugleman of the called .lustily1
him'
:, tire case of George J. Builoch, the abscond. adhered hi epous the not ,only comfortably removed and diunionisL"
through of
I in the name,of a new steamer now EMIGRATION.--The tide of emigration into = cause liberty for would pay"'him upon its followers to show their chivalry;
ing Cashier at Savannah, haVe brought in averdict ;,and who has ore a part i in, most,'of prvide atenvars In St. Andrew's it was still
: in of at Savannah some of the interior counties. of East Florid 9r g. Blt the Governor prih. w
4 progress building to ply of lit- the great transactions,which will constitute Joi he.deJ-e
They were out some of and and only nineteen wer given !I. This last}
betfre, .. ...tt that city and the ports, on the St. is, unusually great the present ,season,- tie time gity. able to '*' epochs of its destiny. .. knives Forida down .: rifemen and 'drivethe long vote,we obtn'fr the Courier tbMer
upon.
agree.
J 'hn'a: "river.. ,Far 'from desiring to follow Within a few weeks past we have noticed beore bing "The,adviC'nearest to my heart and deep whole tribe into 'the ocean, .Upon "this, cury content, :with .tbe anolnc;

.the; example of others. by condemning her several large caravans moving 'thitherward MICHIGAN.-The Legislature''of this State est in be cherished is, that the, UKIO Billy scratched his* bea and thoughtfully ment that &J RY .E. and Alex H.,

before she makes her appearance, we can being composed emigrants from the Statesof ba signified her willingness to be governed TiE Let ST.TE' to it be and'perpetuated.. inquired the Governmentwas Brown, Eq., te from
open enemy regarded a the St.' It did
.p his friend : not care
but express the'opinion from the favorableaccouutiiwehearofler Georga: as well as the Carolinas. The by the Compromise, by re-electing its firm Pandora with her box opened;,and the a*disguised Capt.really Casey replied that and.wisbeJ.him'there could be'no well1 to give Andr\Y'8'parh.vte by which these*

t'iat she will be fruitful soil of'this region has but to be 'en supporter, Gen. LEWIS CASS, to the 'Senateof one,.as the serpent creeping,'with- his of doubt about it. V" two esquires were." ." *.

. p weH:: "adapts 1"for !this i trade If the steamer joyed in order to be fully' appreciated. the United! States. deadly wiles into Pans! ." : mannr'Well. then, 'says" Billy;' if you_ are 'my This meagre iot i.ascr'.bable: .we pre.r

, itself compares in any \\3.yyith the officers Cotton and Sugar lands are here to be.found California Item*..-" : friendjust you stand stil 'and 'me''xvhip: ) sume. to the Bishop.Capers and,

j who gr to command her, we can most certainly in abundance, and in fact every:facility Je; BOGUS n,.-Counterfeit ten cent .pieces ,NEW OALANI Feb. 6..-The steameV the Governor of F( his l lone kirvesdqnick"and ,-' circulate Mr..Petiigra them and if there bad ''been' time.to.
lire it is
the Boston ,Timu in State, prola.betheresuIt'
says.are now baying Pacific arrived here ; Casey to tragh "
4 1 ,bespsak for ,Jhe travelling community offered to render the new comer an ample reward been issued at a secret'mint afot' She brings two Chagr hundred and to-day.-' understand that he did bor'g"the sovereignty : have been similar l
as wellas all' have business for his toil. fifty passen. of other i parishes, and districts.,.. ,The first one
4 ;for .persons.who iu the of Conne tic t.; gers ,and San January Florida'stfsmucU'as';;: "the shakinio I
w with,the boat, entire and ample satisfaction. That this is destined l to be iiii extensive Stat Theyrnay:'be 1, dtes'rm 'FrnCs'to ,- '' (La squirrel's tail."':This is tiuly"mortify.: of these genteenw' opposed tt

I i; C pt. BLAXKEXSIU* is too well known this country,if not already such, an one. we are detected" by/the., absence.of'the.., ; stars 'around. f The week Clornia ?ing..Biliy'evidently'ha4'aot'|| tea the'reportof the rushing Union ,
presnt like other
the figure of; which the genuine ten gener the majority'committee on 'Ruizlions. a blazing comet; while the eJe1 i
ibry nothing .. -
striking ;
I. region! to require a single; word to be said in having almost daily evidence.i. ., .-SentintilliMntt. er upon peopIetc'keep, away f !
-- cent pieces hav. Horace Smith has been elected of .t.
Mayor _
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t.i his praise. Our fellow-townsman, Col. J. > !! .Sacramento City .to fill the caused 2 "u. )-'- i_-j t polls,'land i in thatwy: mark:their disapprobation -"
\ THE .
GRAHAMS MAGAZINE for.March h has made I vacancy' ''" MAX.fATUOnDlDK'Ti :AT'\TO.\ BE ,of the,act:of the .legislature'aartthorizing
z C. HEiu isc"has; by his agreeable and jovial Tut SENATOR ,ELEC'FROM FLORIDA;_-' by the,death.ojfMav-or.BTgelow, ,1 MAN.-ID one of the back towns of hue
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a the Aiia
.: disposition! already rendered himself one ofthemostpopalar its appearance thus early-arid is very just. The New York Herald of the '30th nit.1,'in The chancel 01 'Col. Fremont- for election' boring Slate where it ;Is.ibe custornjfor neigh,tIre done so. CDTntio.maybe comehope; they for.tat-:

officers that ever received ly entitled' to,the ippeltatsonwhich i j "its'publishers Ipe kingoftherCsult'of rth Senatorial. election !. .. are becoming ,more :..doubtful: :He has pub district.school teacher.'board round,', the olina: after all* ,But,for the :despotism otl

. fare at the -Captain's: office." A "clerk ,as give it, that, of.a "surprise' number.11 in this,State, says : 1. ,jished an s.address his character the'people from, in thel whicn charges be following incident!I.occurred andis, 'vouched public opinion there, the] :nrocustean bed tot

-. :r is'a"ele'rk'1! he'i i is, 'and all who. are so'f r u. This,.number contains more than;:the usual "Mr. Mallory,.!of':Florida, is a native of preferre4 indict against hiroC. \,' 1 for.by:the highest auI'horitye-A'year; or,hro which all men are.ubjet the.Slate mi bt
ago ,
of and the of New but has'resided The of ) I an"aUotet being srnadei inahe ,usual yet be reecUrl. rtjtwhich +
nt&OZiI.in.hiOmpanY:! will find our variety interesting entertaining matter city -ork, many I state morals grwfng worse.-, ner ,th.benejj of.the the'public usr

: opinion correct. There'll be rio danger in -and. the:mechanical "exe'c tion, of it '.is years at Key engaged in thei' lirtic Murders and:.robberies : frequent it happne.tbe proportion.of sbOI miltr bondage.-&iv.-Republican mad f
of the law and collector.of I\a.
i "goiigoutside" while he's about, we'll ven- rarely excelled. The efforts of Mr.,GRAHAM His was election: 'which P port in occurrence, apd peaceaVle are citizens,'especially a Af....Toe;,teacher ,sat "- .::, H' ::jL_,.' '- '. 5-r"- :
in
underJ'olk. was;entirely thejniniug districts; much danger down to
$ f"We : J to render his Magazine popularand': attractive will-be The dinner on day,naawaa be, .tl.lk S, AND ;:THC' CoSpRoMIsr.-Th
ture to .unexpected, gratifying to the i Custom-Uouse been
a88en. r','. we' imagine' have riot been withbut their friends of.the Union, not only in Florida, but I fobbed of Iqtlonterey.ha. ginning to* t;!:\heQ the.man ofthe, 'hous resolutions oSered by Mr. Edwards, of Saagamon -
understand the. Wclaia II to run .inopposition : twenty hol.pd oJi :- o clue addressed her as follow*: ./ IadamIsuppose the of passed I
: :subject slavery,
'a look'with" 'ihcch' in. all .parts :of 'the, :country. 'The .ultracourse yet to the_money,orthievu.j o on
4 to the ieJarfmail.Jj DtJto tctur Ve bhl interest -: : E. ? your,boarding time.isoqtiiwben; .you. ,nave House of : Ui&; 22d .t lt *
; i f '> 'of Mr. Yulee, opposing all"-measure } A large crowd is .now. oJbe levee waiting eat half. ReprnttiTeO.
for the of the 'number di but I dcn'twairtto-; the Compromise -*
as after
Savannah April a vof
: CMrtcstom-biz1lietueenthe i t portsof appearance .I leri
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of between the the arrival
of Lind, .
compromise : Jenny o is.coming
( : peaceand
\ mean about 96 '
stood
.t ; and Palatks, touching at tbe intermediate as well ks for each,-succeeding', ae"durig! North Sutb, rendered 'hi defeat desi, np.boar ,,the;.Falcon.J :ho. :,excite about .sluch Ittyou'I: ) .eaUf"Ylu.tCllo noes 14.measures. For.\rebcinding: : the vote, ; ayes' *
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--c., i..j 01, 'A, 'oiinuJl- 'cf Vommtm. )''I t t ; i bie -_:, ., oposa1s for t Urryn l th '1\Vd'il 13s2liFMtFa :-Lhya& i0sj: such bid, prior to the'firtt"day.or July next with '.,.t t40. .L1L xW-.ir

.I'IIIe EZUU"* *sd'the,CaAliiaU;- JACKSONVILLE ; EAST n..onm.1. .;:i inrFlorida.Extractfnm .:' .}. i nInejatI1iinoneeaweekV.4nedgy; at least worootX'ai d mficiett aretie ,lto Dt- than 011 u.iaf'erior. IWteIo JbjsctshievmintaUtaanttoss.wbj&aa4csa. .-. ;
By Cook's- WarrioJh form the n 10 U. .
IIam ; -
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> *oc ; FenhallofTi service proposed. ,1t&t.e4 '
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,U 1 10 "\VtrotYzx.28: i iI /Vow!.Ja .lUoJaju31; .1831.. ,loth btdatrt. -' 1 (way4 E 11I, di .. j. -Jfcted' .. 'jSgned.3 .k A b,"ZEl1tii :
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of the ilildC". 3nI'MaCh ,. j ,,1' '* YTII; I- 4.J'J"J1 ,tia1 tf
aE44y1on1 _
several
with ] _
tusineM .lM'-'rttl" '
had > : ,
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save Table .
find the various: secrttari I, shows the temperature of the air- : .. 484serfeon18. !. :ro-'t an&aneef'nkeeila.1 Jefferson eoun90 -, '_ :co F0F'r4.of.n.tific ; sot be-reeejy.j, 10 ss'toevf.iww1in '- .

departments and and in the shade at. '8A.M., 2P.Lai' d9. :"Als4tbe/.ru.iriu td;Tbat 11 shall fie the by*p next Friday mifcs;,".. ,_ ,- n. ,. eerU- petltIonaftetihs, 1aat.base kt temstilnot
C*ll daily at their"posts, prompt, : duty ot the-Postmaster General in all future let- i And baek betwe a Monday,and. Uoil nner gBdpo8tmaterof :
io drscharse the duties of their offices: P. M., the dailyandmonthly,meant, the_' ,tings of .et.'for,the transportation, the -nextV'IDeIkIJ.1.'. -*.- _.' .. h that lie is well acquainted with the piaran tors 1e ; M NI't S

ready adminitrat5on Is certain!i a forking direction of the wind and Its force estimated 'mail, to let the same, in every case, to the lowest :.Proposttla to commence*at fWacasaaaare- in-- above named and their property, and their that they-* to certify I to sufficiency of 'nanatort w am'1
-- sufficient ruaranty.
This able Ie'make
rTited..,[& 523] are and good reties '
; WILIIUU'kflowjflg that
down. Mr FiU-. : bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for;faithful .. .. ? <. 0" paajtlsucientreepottaibWty
one-fcomlhe President from '1 to 6. without 3527.From Tampa aU2 m.once week,Sunday .,, eM- all .
1ft un' performance, other reference to-the mode ; 1 11-'I/...
momwconrtantly in his room from Table 2 column 1 shows ihe dally of snclftran&portation than maybe necessary *oprovide' -ByJcuepachesass andJcn>iiran." :.. ,__ 'Dated. ; [Signed.l tOr5?.. "ree, .*liUneUyVyfe1" .Uaa&

till" Ticept \"ben.the. Cabinet meet : and mean for the"due celerity,certainty,"and.security ToMelUviHebj 12 m' next Wednesday-" .. -. I to enter Inteor perform' the eoIItt S
a *. have only to send In. yourcud.'by dew'point. No. 2,. the :actual quantity of' of such transportation; ,nor shall any new; ,103 miles:,,,. ,: "'- .' L- r..U J. "T I I k JTlS proposed for fir the imp* bI4thS .c
IIee } And back etwe y
to iii' fEmbracing
; contractor he After ;out D zp veinciiay,. aDd will be enforced against them. '
No useless ceremoni- be required to purchase i" $ o
the waiter. I have had moisture in grains in each eiftic foot of atmosphere. or take at a T valuation,the stock or vehicles of,any .12m next Saturday.. : :. -" Certain'.ctmditiont, vktch tHl be ;: n. eot will be _bIitaa&WI.1Ja", r.

S ou,introduction is n-qu red. No. 3.,. the quantity ingrains, ,previous, contractor for the mime route." :: 3523 FromTanspa at 6 a"n.on fi.- reckburs. .incorporated in'the tontracti. IonnI heretofore' used iD thisparticularly.,DetIDea& exof4
with h.m.: lie. is just ; and day ia the
ts..L4Iustrnetienlad
peveral interviews fJq Bidders will tie careful to read the forms 4. ( resp Jae1ItloMd Ia
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Chief Magistrate i of'a Democratic j 11 cubic foot requisite. '1o produce'satura- instructions appended to this advertisement.,Tbeyare To Manatee by l2mTiext'day42;; miles; : ;, ,ll: &;1-m' Diim* are'allowed for opening and diUOII.I' .e.. i11r

what a U affible, commu- tion. No.. 4, the mean daily4tumidity, requested to stater in their proposals,-:4lhe And back between Sam Tuesday, and 12 nv closing thejnailir at all offiew where no particular &ad ealuboat routes be f'OIItrac&o 1riDtit.. ___ _
Bepulhc ought to plain : mode by which they intend to convey the mail., next lay. time id specified?.but on.railroad awl ateamfcoat 1f.1lire4 tOdelivi, the mails bite the ..ffleei at -
.kfivek"md and unostectatioq*. ; F saturation hem1000.! .' .. 1 l.Where the site ollweijht- the mails, ,or. |theIrletI1 I 3529- 1romTaBanawefr' at 7 a m,W-wcclly.; routes their is to be no more delay than. is necessary the ends of the route ad fato all't1te 'tieriJanot
His reception room on the second floor of Table 3. The height of the1J rom ier at i called for in the schedules shall.require it, : Uay;Vedne*day,, nd Friday;;:"" i to deliver and receive the bags. -"- i1ore tUa .lbt7 reds frem'the'aIIreet"

is much improved in jt.ppearaDce the contracts will bo made for coach, steamboat To SLTHark s_by 12 m,22 inUre tl _.2. The. mail is to be conveyed in preference laDdml.. J' .: : -,-,. J ,
the White House, now ornamoits 81 A. M., 2 P. M., and9P.'M witb'tlled or railroad conveyance. as the case may be ; and And back."bet..een j2 p ui awl 7 p m. v passengers and'to. their-entire exclusion,If iU : N.-L }IA p. .
A large library and consequently, such routes will bo let to bids:,.pro- 1'ro P Sll! to extend to Newport are.inllelt.' J. weight and bulk require it3. ,-. '. '' Post Of-1Jep rtme t.Dee.l8,13ft. >. WI
its wall*, wides' mars charts &c, i1r monthly means. posing neb mode of eon" ance.. 'In-all ,other 3530 FromTllahace at 7 a m tri-wecklv.ilon- Post office blanks,mail bags, and the special ,Jan.16. jjjt .",.,*f*
and there still hangs the only portrait in TABLE 1. cases'the routes will be assigned, to I bids,jpropos-. clay,WedufcHlay.and Friday:| /' agents of th Department ,the exhibition of - -.-- ,,. r1. .'..q .

that old dark looking picture .- ing the cheapest,mode of transportation,9 TOWpodby1pth19mlu; .. their credentials are to be conveyed without further 'THE ,
apartment 'A 11" IIRITISI11ER1OD1CALtI4II&iut
the nl1.l l"k'ktweeI12p in and 7 mail lines of such, .
decen. I (J3-Hailroa companies are specially i notified T p iu charge, on. admitting DerlUlce. '
of Bolivar, which ha regularly .J.n. 8!A.Y. 2 r. 31. 9 r. f. JlF..Aoi. wnu. F that their regular bids are to'bellndcfttoodall. 3.131 From TaDahasi.ee 'at 1 a in -twiee-.a"week, .. i 't iT-

kd through several previous administrating.: III' 51" 00' ,". IX\.w. I..: eluding the npply of each office on' the. line of Sunday aDd.WedJtellday' -. 4. Mail agents are' to be conveyedwithout FARMERS GUIDE;' '*"*
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The President, as the Englishmen have it, 12 '51 00 51 52.7 1! I 1 I their respective roads, not over a quarter of a mile. Bv flaU\.akeenahf: 1'",. tocktnMoscl. charge on the principal railroad and'rteamboat ;__ '. u.4Leord
well and is in excellent spirit| -. 13 1 l 2 66 C6 5 W. 1 from a debpt. 'Separate proposals for office* more ,'rj'aloralJad.tou C.4I4o1ainpiis lines where tbe size of the.mail* and the numberof i ; .
lookiiiaf, I Mille a1 lrin 1 SeoLt & 4
-is 1 !,JI.IllUttle.l. Iir" the offices will require their the C UJ ;
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employment j
ia Wasla- U i .w 61 3 'i IN.X.E.i ,I i I than a quai tcr of a mite off will be considered. I
I don't know a more popular man Ji: 53 68 00( to'2 3 N.W. To Alligatoi fey !2 In next dayJ22 miles; ; Department;'and. in that case,'a separate apartment ; ,JVb. 54 Gold. Street, AT n ToriT* ib,
ington. 16': m C9 69 66 l.j' for carrying Ole mails of the And back between the arrival of Jackson- for the exclusive use of the Department and : *
to
Near by are aware i is the S ae: Pe- 17 ; 61 I 1-1 tJlJ iO \ .W. PROPOSALS from the lit of July 1851 .mile msjls- _,rat. p m';. Monday and! agent fur the assorting and aufe-Jteeping of the VX flOXTIXUE uh publish Reviews the four kadnfJtBrtt?
you I Florida Thursday, a.ndlOpm next-days.- : j mail,u to provided by the contractor, under Quarterly and 'Ithk.es431&gazine
I mind Secretary of 18 Gl 5:1 46 5.1.7 .N.E. 31 to the 30tli of June, 1855, inclusive, in. in
nrtuient and here Proposals to embrace White 'in el1'ofJ..fttJem'er ; addition to wiikli they have rmt.j _
19 ; 47 rJO 4J 47.7 IN.W. will be received at the contract office of the 1'odt Springs, ; the direction of the Department..
State, the great )J 1r. Webster, in hi:* room, 20'1; r. 64 5-1 51 W. I ,I I"I Office Department, in the city Washington, will be considered; 'aL o.Ll 5. In all cades there is to be a forfeiture of the ly cumnienced work the publication of a valuabtc ArHeolturul -
tailed the
vo man at the cap'.tol:: of the Uuitctl States I 51 I[ (2 5t 5.7 l.N.W II I until 10 a m of the 1st of April, 1851, (to be decided ". ,supplying-Little-Rirer, hi such* "case Once pay of the trip when the trip is.not'nI1I and of ,
courteous or dignified 22' 58 72 Cs J I2t ', by the 19th day of April.) on the run to. and. a week fronr,White Spring not wore than three .t.IDlellhc "j vnbV'.p '-Farmer'* &a/i/e--. Scientific and Practical
i i" more respectable 3532 From-.Tallabawc at 6 a m twIeek. when tbe trip w not run, and no sufficient" excuse '
C it G2 67.6V.. 1 I ia the manner and time herein specified, vi* Agriculture?
.. n be i is. Every thing in his private office :. Monday and Friday: 2 ? ,; -" _H for the failure'U furnished, a forfeiture of at I least : / 1 A.
look. OrJer and system are seen 9-1 -.1 i 5t 51 \\2 FLORIDA. Bv'Mvcko'nkee Sontberland; oue-Courtb part of it when the running or arrivalis flyIlu45T SrEpnEt, F. It. 3., f'Ediabcrrkauthor .
bas this his remarks 2.1 5t 59 58 7 X.w. To: MonticcUo by 6 p m, 36 miles; so fur behind, time as to lose the_connexion of tbo "Boofc of tAr Form,*' lte,Jte.;MM -
bere. Whilst listening to upon 2I 57 70 00 6.3 N..W. 2 1501 From St. Augustine at 2 a ui once a week, And back between 6 a tu and 6 pm next day. with a depending mail ; and a forfeiture of a dill "tod by John P.'Norton,;,M. .A-f ,I .w' Ha M."

public tttpic, I ould not but think, what 21 61 72 63 6i Y. 1 Wednesday; 3533 From Tallahassee at G.a in once a week proportion out when a grade service is rendered Prof.* of.SCi.llUAo< ..AgTicukw'in'YalaCotL. *? a
a are here conrer.cratt-d in one 2: G9 7-1 ro 67.3 S.". I By Jackronviile and Kirkland; Tuesday ; inferior to that in the contract. These forfeiture M..it&:. Ice. -
vast powers the tlc. of his 2. (i7 71 5t 6-1 .W. 3 To St. Mary's by 12 m nest day 90 miles: By Centres ille, Mannington, and Duneans- may be increased into penalties of higher amount, highly valuable work ..ofPri t" "f"*

mind : In mnJe appearance of his voice 3) .11 I41 43.3 .Y.W. 2 And back between 1pm Thursday, and 11 yule, Ga.; according the nature or frequency'of the.failure large royal octavo volumes;'containing ever 1499 '.'.
pcr5on, the deep intonation* 31 37 oil 40 39.3 :.W. 4 p m next tlay. To Tliomasville, Ga.,by 7 p m, 40 miles ; and the importance of the mail. pages with W or.:2\ splendid Met CVKIVrilWV! ta
and the vast fountains of his kno\vlede and 1--- Proposals for wmi-weckly service are invited. And back bctvreen 6 a in and 7 p.m Monday. 6. Fines will be imposed unless the delinquency slid mere than 600 engravings on wood, la to*

imagination, he is I think, the giant intellect _1I I___ 2_ ._6'2.6._56.8__ .._57.8_H'__ 3502 From St. Augustine; at 21-2 P. m twice a 3334 From Tallahassee at 3 a m tri-wcekly.Monday be satisfactorily explained in due time,for toiling highest style of the art, iHoatrttlng almost ertrr' ". *
week, Jlomliiy, and Thursday, Wednesday, and Friday ; f to take from, or deliver at, a post office, the mail, implement of husbandry now ia .b.1 time best :*. S
of our country.nnh. he has been in T.&ILE 2. To Picolnta by 7 1.2 p m. 18 wiles; Rv Salubrity.and Quincy; or any part of it: for-suffering it to be wet, injured farmers, the bert method of{Joa,hing. planting iak
remember bolong And back between arrival of Savannah mail, To Baiubridge, Ga.,by 2 p m,46 miles; .lost, or destroyed; or conveying it in a harvesting &.., &3 the various,,o..u&..
l'ublic'Jire! At the ae of 30, he was a my 7 n In and 12 m. And back between 4 ui 1"uesxlay,Thursday place or manner that exposes it depredation, animals in their highest perfeotion ; In abort;'UM
member of the J3th Congress from New JA' 1 :2 3 4 3503 From St.Angnstiue twice a month,in steamboats and Saturday and :a m next c1It.YI.J i.loss, orttijury ; for refusing after demand to convey J'icturial feature of the book u nniqiw and will

and now he is for the second It I 51".; 4.74.$ ,712 ; Proposals for 3 additional weekly tripe are I, a i4kL by any coach railroad car, or steamboat render it of incalculable. value.to. the. taJ. .ot of
Hampshire 1246.7 .a.j'2 1.070 191 By Smvrna,Indian River, Pan Lucia, Jnp- invited. w lith the contractor regularly nnwon the av euILnre.
time,.Secretary of State. His earliest speeches } 13: -1-1 3.61-6 .2J2 623 iter, Miami I Key Largo, Indian Key, Key 3335 From Tallahassee at 6 a m once -a week route b youd the specified number of trite in the The work U being pnbtuhed lD""S.umbo.siy.:

established his reputation. Whose el- 11U.7 :1.907 I,4. ) 731 Wet, Charlotte Harbor,S.irasotaTam|/, Friday contra* ,and for not arriving at the time sat; and Numbens;.of frt pages'each,' ueI1l

can be more brilliant 1.J J If he had 13 .53 5.ni ItZ fOJ C'eilar Keys, St. )Ltrk\jialiehicolu, StjT By Benhatlen, Shell Point, and Pawtnxct; for let 'ug up or running an ,express to transmit .l,engrariugs,anti U,sold at 25 e Y.tYolU.1"1

oqoence delivered other, his oration at 16 6-1.3 7.mt ,: 9-17 t'Ih ,and St. Andrew; 1 To Sopchonpy by 8 p ni, 45 miles; I I eomtne cuil'intelligence in advance of the mail,a for the entire work in number.*,',of"which. .. !.
never any he 17 6..3 7.9-13 ,449 ; 9-16 Tu 1ew'acola; And Duck between 6am antl8pmThujsly penalt;] Hill exacted equal to a quartcr..P'Y. wUl beat least twenty-two. -. yn
Rock of Plymouth alone."ouM. imjresid IS 52.8 4.9flll ,lti2 i s 008 And Lack between _\i. The Postmaster General may annul the The Brit dh'Periodicals"re-rmMuhea.1Ift .."li

indelibly upon the hearts of American, 19 I .fi 7 .un IUOO( Separate proposals for sections of the above 3336 From'Xewport.l\t.6 a m once a week, Thursday eonlraft for repeatod failures; for. violating the filtowadz; a : '. : 'iT ..U

and the literature of our xvoil.I. And every 211 I .1.7 .- .l6 I !92S route will be considered. Bids to specify a ; post office laws; for disobeying the instructionsof Tb. Louden QI14rWrly Rnew.(Ceutn'&h.) H't

freedom boa ta in that magu.ficcnt: 21 48.7 4.3J6; 1.l5-1 7 schedule of arrivals nail departures By :\ Mrankeena1i the Department; for refusing to discharge a The .Ec1iDborz ,.Ueview. (Whig.) The ,\.nJa .."
lover of which Mr 22 :.04.1 5.700 1'657 I m 3304: From Jacksonville at 6 a m ouce a week, Montk-ello by 6 p Ill 32 miles; I carrier when required by the Department; fur assigning British Ueriew, (Vreo'Church.) The W.f.IaJster
display of human eloquence 2:1 57 5.5.jj 2.2-18 I 712 Monday ; And back between bam and 6 p'JD Weclnee1 the contract without the consent of the UeYie,"(Llbea1;):1Ic1'1ilsekwoo4'sE4Ia-aL
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"cbster pronounced at Hunker 11.11.Jlut 24 : 517 4.7 ,.1I8 I! 917 To HaiMorkV by 12m, 20 miles ; day. .1 1 Poiitina-'ter General or Tor setting up or runningan "Ul'lho'AIa (Tory.) 4 "1.."

I more ujoice in hi* recent speechfor 2i 5-17 u.266 .413 I 9"17 And back between I p m and? p m. 3337 From Quincy at 4 p m, or after arrival of: express as aforesaid. t. Although these works-distinguished bT u. s&
Union as it was the triumph ofKtateMnanship 26 I t I li6.9 5.,5I'J 1.042 ; 8-1:1 3305 From .lack-wnville twice a week, Sunday mail from lUinbndge once a week,., Tuesday 8. The Postmaster General may alter the contract political MiaJcbore indicated Jet.bat M .
the and of .- 27 56.I 1.1-19 i 7582S and Wednesdays, nftcr arrival of Steamboat ; II and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro I ortiou. of their eontenta b devoted to political n.w .
pure patnotum.Whenevcr threatened Ii rJ6.6 5.49'1 2.25:1 t iU9ZJ say at If) p m ; Apalachicola by 10 p m next .days, '70 : rata increase of.compensation*'within the ixutrictioiw tubjeets. 'It 'U'their'/i/rrory character'"wMek-
our t'nton has been : 44 i 3.1\7" 3,137 5l2 Bv Brandy Branch, Darber's and Ocean wile; imposed by law, for the additional service gives them their chief Talu..>ani>'io: kJ"they r'\
and ii* Constitution in dan er, 1 have ii.volunUfdv :o I 2-.6 2.211 1-171 599 Pond; And back between 4 a III Saturday, and 9 a required, or for the increased speed,if the employment stand confessedly far above --.ther>jottroahvaCi.1
looked to Mr. \\"th-tcr. The day 31 26 2.219 .6) llij To Alligator 1)yt J1 m text dav. 70 miles; m next days. of additional.stick ot carriers u reudcm their ct- BlarLteaod,till under the masterly .
Las j And Lack between 1pm Mondays and Proposals for i emi-wecky] and tri-weekly necessary;' but the contractor may, in such ease, guidance of Christopher 2iorth maiataifi tto _
trial has come, and his gigantic arm j r; W3 un and 7 1Iextel,, I ,
of Thursday a m : 8enice will be considered. relinquish the contract, on timely notice,, if he cient celebrity, audit, at this time, unusually
powerfully cuulcd the hhip of stale safely! 3506 From Pilatka at 1 p m twice week, Mondays 333S From.Quiney at 12 m once a week Wednesday -. prefers to the change. Tbe i'wtmaster tjener! tractive, from the serial works Bolwvr, and.<&...,
amd:; ;urrc>nndin<; and threatening: bil- and Thursdays ; ; al may annul the contract or curtail tbe service for that'Magatimw ,
along TABI.E ,
3.
Honored be 31 r. Webber' and the fly Orange Springs, Orange Lake, lenin, To Secludo\'y3 p m, 9 miles; and jpay, when he wubt-s to di'peuM, with the let'litel'Jl.'DOlabkIJ"ritten both to,OrnJ-' :
luw d ("amp Izard, llomuiosnssa, and Spring Hill; And back between 8am and II a service in whole or'in l"rto'- place higher or Britain andia the United&.. Soeb.wotkAM,
aiid
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noble land who have defended i-: 8 .\t.: 2 i. ). 9 p ). :mx.II ToTarapn by 10 p in next: Wednesdays and 3539 From Quincy after arrival of mail from different grade service on the route, he allowingone "The.Caxtons"and "My New Novel" (both by !.
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counsels,
oar blessed Union by the.r; wise : )I. :97 3,0t J9S Saturday*,J5joilca! ; Bainbridge, say at 7 p m twice a week month's ,extra pay ou the amount dispensed Bulwer,) "My'Peninsular Medal "The Greek'
and Iariotim! 12 )1,12 311.1U 30.2 31UJJ ), And buck'wecu 2 a in Mon A I.OOKFR OX !i TIn C.\1'ITOL. :16,18 3'.2'' ) 311.2:1 30.20 dave#, and 10 p m next Wednesdays and To Chatnboothee i,v 12 p m,21 miles; ? ;; 9. The payments will be made through draftson editions are;i6ned by the leading inilifilimn,fa*m
J t :I,27) 30,27 :30.22 30.2Vi Satnnl.ivB. And back between'i a in and 7 a in Wednesday post othees otherwise, after the expiration this country have to.be. reprinted 'y those pub-,
-- (Jen.' lcnder.-on! one of 3.1.13 2nO 30,02 30,116 3507 From Pilatka 5 a m twice.a 'week, Sunday *, and 4 p m and 9 p in Sundays. H each quarter-*.iy in. .FcltruaryAJa, August, ushers from the pages of Black wood, after slAm, t
The new trial of 16 ,2,91 29Si' .29,9.j 2J.n *and TluirAlavs ; :3540 Fro.u ChatalioovUee at oJ a m ,twice week and So\ember. btr& ittotd by JUettrt. Srott % Coso that t h-K
the leaders of the Cuban ovpeJitiou was 17 31x1) 30,00 3J.07 311,0) By"Madisoucoro' Xewnaa ville, and ElKa- i Sunday nail ,Wednesday, front 15th.of October 10. The distances are given according to the scribers to the Ieprint of that Magazine may al --

commenced at New Oilcans bn the 31st ult. Ji 30.10 30.2a 311,2i 311021m Title : to 15th of June of each year.and at 7 best information ; but no increased pay will be ways rely on having the CBsfectWadhig 01'thes

---.--- .. -.- :07 I 20.22 I 3O,2J 30oZ12f Alligator by.9 p m nest days, 90 mile; a m once A week, Sunday,from.15th of June ,allowed, should -they prove to be greater than is fascinating taJc .
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C.l".U.TUnder this !} W,2.1 :10.211 311,2) 311,22 And back between p in Mondays and ThnI' to 15th October ; adverliaod, if the pUecsare umdly aanavd. -i I : t .... 'I".. .".
"Disittssic 21 30'') 30. 11,30 30,30 days, and 12 m Wednesdays and Sat. Bv Ochec ee.Blonntstown, Riekoe muff, \..'11. The Postmaster General prohibited by TEBMS.peranum.For .
head a Western editor announces the birth 2 :0.20 311,12 I 311,10 30.1-1 urdays.Seiierate.. lola,and Fort Gillbeer .,'. law from knowwgly waking a-contract'for the any one of the four Reviews .9300 .
of his ninth child. 2:1: 30,07 30,03: 3I1I 30,00 proposals for each part of this route. To Apdlachi ob by '11 a nt Monday'and transportation of lisp,mail with,any person who Foranytwodo .r.6 CD'

21 30.).2f 311.20 31.,25 311,22 rtividmc at A'ewnansrille, are invited. Thursday 15th October to 15th of June, shall nave entered into,any eoiabuiaiiou, ..- For any three .,. do .7 ., :
Mm. S\fif1:helm. the man-woman in alii i '21 30,23 n5, )1,18nm 3503 From Ptktka, at 7 a m once a week, 'ru, and by 6 u m Tuesday, residue of.year, ,.:150 posed to enter into any combination, 'to'preventthe For all four of the Reviews, .8 .,.u
remarks that I 2; 30.13 a1.07 30,07 30,10 .lav; I miles; making of any bid for a mail contract by any For Iflackwood's .Magazine. 300
'except the trowr-cr. young women 27 20.10 3O.ItZ 30.03 30,0 By Voln'ia, Fort Bntlcr.and.Entcrpri-w ; And back between 10 p m Monday and other person,or j persons,oc wLo.jShail have,made ,For Blackwoo.1 and threeBeviewo, j,-CO"?"

now-a-days wigsle along as it they 2"J Oftl 2J.!) 2..86 29.9'2 To Mellonville by 7 p m next Thursday, Thursday, and 12 p m next .days, 15th of any agreement, or shall ha\e.gi>en.or erfonned, Fur Blackwood and the bar Reviews. ._' t..JO..raid

were moved byErick oirs patent: propellers. 2' Z'.J) 2J.i3 2)87 ).8) 150 miles; October 15th of June,.and between IOu a' or promised to give or perform any consideration for}'arm'i'. Guide,(teoaipleteia NO .),.*qo j 1&\
J It2 :10.12 Jt.2.i: 3O..i.7 And back between 7 a m Friday, and 7 pro m Wednesday, and 12 in Friday,'residue,of to do,*or not to-do,'any thing;whatever,to induce Payments to_be-;made huD eaaula a4VIlCSrj. ..

ArrlT.h .( the JarJtioii-rllle IIot1. 31 -: 30.0 3,5.1 311,60 .,.. 3309 From Suudar.Pilatka at 7am once a week, Tuesday IVoposals year. to commence at Bainbridge. are any Particular other person attention'. not to u can bill for tl to'the a mail 2h contract..section I; ._CLUBIliNG.fr, I ,',. .tns3-

I&iu S. Ill r FINSTOProprietor ] -3) !! -3/1U -3'.4 -30,13 ; invited; aim,'for tri-weekly service, 13th of the act' 1S36, prohibiting combinations. .to. A discount of trrnty:fct_per'eant. roa:.

Fel 12.-1* J V TII.'t'tt.Jud"e C C HUT. Jr .; '-- lly; Enterprise ; of October to 15th of Jane. prevent bidding. ,- ; .. bore prices. will be allowed to nabwderfftg _
11nt".i11e. Ala-: IMl Tank ( ;ennuis Df N Ii To Mellon*illc by 10 a m next .day 130 mll0.1 *; 3541 From Bainbridge,Ga,at 3 1.2 p m twice a > 12.A' bid received after time:' to;wit,'the lit four or more copies'(of any one or'toore'*f the .

Mowley"m T "tarrett. Iliila.Wpliia; : Olirer During the above period there were nine \ back between 1 p in Wednesday, and 3 week Tuesday and Saturday: April net at 10 a m,or without the guaranty re-: borrwork Thoa 4 copies -ofB2ackwonSavq
=winger anil Lady, Canada.; A IIulJou, Boftou; during p in next day. (See 3508) By Chattahooche; Marianna; Seurl ek's quired by law, or that combines several routes in one of the Review will bo ..Uo lllcddnaJr.k
and five
E Grinrol.1. :t JarT'*. fia. clear! days; seven cloudy; days 3510 From Enterprise at 6 a m once a week, Spring, ,\bbrilIc" Campbellton Genera one sum-of compensationcannot be considered in f9! ; 4 copies of the fourItcriewsandjflackwooj_ **> 1

:-II < Narrat. S F Uons, FIll: J.lm II which rain fell to the depth of two Thursday; l&.z.Geutstillc, 1'1&., Almirauto, Milton, competition'- with the vegular proposal not adjudged .or. 9"); and 10 on. "* .'
Lww, Hants>illc, \laJ X Kcevod, T 1) Lfcxter, To New :Smyrna by 6 fI m; an Floridatowu ; to be extravagant.m' : -, Ct>- OrdeH from Claims mast be vent iinrt the .
FU. inches. And back between 6 a m and C p m, Tues- To 1'euxacohi by 4 a m Tuesday, :and Friday 1;. A bidder may offer,"where the'transportation ,Mbliihert, as no discount'from these. price
:tAu ._._ for in the advertisement is difficult can be allowed tAget.. -: "l
15.-Ja < __ -
; lItillf'. -: = = -n 3511 From New Smyrna on the first Friday of Aiiii back between Sam. Tuesday and,Friday impracticable at certain season*, to substitute an Money. current in'the States where tamed-will.. ."_,

17.-L FranUin.: b.ly. 2rliiUren an Athen, (la; Air. CllITall tba.ccincd number of days, weeks, or months. lIe {ocr R emitt&utes'and communication should--
cIa JaokiM>nville, Fla. To Miami in 12 days, JOe( mile; Brown's Ferry, are invited. may propose to omit au office that i.iiac essible; be always addressed, post paid or franked to tkC-*;" F '

W.-'. D Minis 11 II)Iimfl,T L Smith, Fontli And back between the 15th and end of each 3542 Front, Mariauna at 6 a ui once a week, or ia not on the stage roadr the rail1l'ay.or.&t. a Publishers. ,LEONARDSCOTTJt CO.- ..,,
Carolina.: Tin: HOOKS OF SIJUSCRIPTIOX. to the month. Thursday steamboat lauding,ILl the case may be ;or he may 79 Fulton N. Y., entrance iHe1d1L. ,.- "' !1

caiit.il( ft ,i.V of (be Jatkn ille aixl Alligator 3312 From Harbour's at 8 a m once a week. Mon- By Orange hill,IlohueaVt VaUey,and Chestnut offer to substitute an inferior mode,of.supply in .JaD9. __. :,.5. 1

P&MuIIgr* r Savainal Stenmer Pl.iuk Koad Comiiany will be opened at day; Hill; such eases.: lIe may propose. different days and 'I
the fture 1'crno.iidel, 1ihc&. Co.. in Jack- By New my-erFort Ilarloc,and Fort Crane.; To ,Uchec Anna by 5 p w next days, C4 hours of departure and arrival provided no- more i rsosFEcrrs OF THE H' litM* ; I
Sri:. WM. O*,TOV. AEPIVEI Fru. J2.-lr J eourille, and at the store Oil S.L. sibLick& Co., To l\Tiennllt'yby8r in next Uy,63 miles ; nibs; running time U asked,.and it i*obvious,that BO ***" I
Y Dajgct. lion T C Clay, Jr. A UuM'n,Captai.isdkr at AHijrntor, on tf.itnrJ.ty, the first day ofMarch And bock between Sam Weducsd"T.,, and 5Flemington ADd .bac between 6 a m Tuesday and? r mail annexation or other public accommodation ,KEY"Jr'EST, GAZETTEf. WI' :
$ IX R MoeleyVT (nrratt, Rev 11 next,and will Lc continued open until the whole p m next days.- p m next days. I id prejudiced. He may aek for more running time Devoted to Commerce AgicuItureaLitei : *_
K $.Snrall 1) II I..aa1i"lulll 1 K (mwold.STI1. litock l id taken.In rollmlLo to extend to will be 3543 From Ma uuuia at 9 a m once a week Saturday to the trip, during.specified number,of days,at and General Interest of the Peoeiadependent -. ,'- ?
: $T. MATiifcWH. Annive:i FEB. 17.-SIt behalf of the Commwioncra: fiftli '. ; certain seasons of pecnliatly bad roods; but beyond r i- ofl'arti.' )

Fernandez, C Drew, J A Gray)11'- Call, and :. I). FIHKAXDIZ, 3513 From Ncwnanivillc at 7 a m once a weekVeilnestlar To Ochee by 6 p m,30 miles; these changes, a proposal,for :service different
T D Uapkil" Jan. 30. lS51.-tf Comiui-usioncr. \ : And back between 12m.nd LI p in Friday. from the advertisement will preveut its-being ,,- ,;, n i't1o uder.oP-" (
By Santa "--e.Fort Fanning,and Waeawa; Propoiial fonemi.wcekIYICn-ice. connect considered in cmpeLitioni1h jegalar bid not milE undersigned proposes. to.publish, .
-- --SHIP NEWS. VALUABLE LASD FOR SALE. To Cedar Keys by 7 p m next days, 110 at Deb ee with No. 3540 are invited.: 'I set aside fur extravagance; and v where a bid contains .JL the above title, a weekly newspaper." ,'!*.* b*
to the above speeajed. t
at 7 once week of the above alterations,1 their M\&DJ devoted pnorposea ,
miles; 3544 From 1nil. a ta a ,. any *
: I'NDEIISIGNCU offers CIr'ale a valuable And bock between Cam Friday and 6 pm Tuewlaj tages will be estimated in comparing it with other Having had >many years experience"as aB E4tbe Mitor .
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. Till tract of land on Lake JCHI>U on the ; ..- undersigned,only refer to, tin former
|>, nest dav. l1yCalho a CJL; proposals., ._ '. ..i .s-v' it-;* '
M.John's Hit- confuting of tOGO acres. Two should be but route bid for in editorial career ma a guarantee of what the paper.
er, Proposal to end at 1.Vacallala are invited : To Apt pDlltex&day.90 miles; 14. There : one a 'a.,6'1
[ KXTCItLD. thousand firxl rate lutinmotk land e net to \!*o to end at Sante F c. (See 3523 and Andbac betwec" 7 am 11au.rsday, .11'at proposal. '. '. "- '- -. : he now proposes to paUish shall. r : >-
Fcb '2.-Peh. J. IIJonw.. Ilolmen, N. Y. any in Florida beautifully situated on the LjJLe, 3526.) next Lay. I.J."The route the service, the yearly pay,11.bidder's No artkw ofa pemona1oensve.cbaracti columns the Gazette.r. ,,#.
White X. Y. and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and 6 week also for tri- aud residence,aad the name of each shall ever.appear in the of ,
.-Barque Jam* Hall. 3514 From Xcwnansvillc at a m once a rroJlOtII11 fur femi-.eekly, and uamc of be' '""
the shall treaUS
16.-. ch. O. K. Wilk-y, Key West.CLUAKCD. cottoii. The position of thid Urge b.dy fertile We laud on the banks of our great Bavigable river, By Fort Clark, .Wacaliootie, and Tleming- 3. From )1 wn at 6 a ID once a week, .Wednesday should be distinctly stated; abo the mode of conveyance with eteict impartially. short hu shallalwayaIRTI
ibid greatly to its intrinsic value, aud makes it hID; : if,a higher_ mode. than.. on. horseback. .is oe aim of the .EiIr&uyto render :paper c -
Eel 10--! .. IMreipo.i Pettingill. X. Y. a dcrinxble object fur one or more large sugar or To Ocalu by 12 m next 4 George \V. Snow,U-vl-rc,floes.. be under seal addressed ::Terms i Three oIUrs per annum, payable. o*
sent ; .
cotton plantations. Awl back between 1 p in Thursday, and 8 pin To 8 Ala.. b7 6 P mncxtdays,70 16. The bid should '. *
'17.-Brig Mary Ann, Mean, N. Y. The subscriber aLso offer for tale 12.000 acres next day.Propixalu mile to the First Assistant'Postmaster.General,.with the delivery of the first number.ALEXANDER *

'--'-' .- -- on Lake Monroe on the :t. John's river, wellaibyU.l to embrace Micanopy will be con Autlbiic; bctween6a mFridayand6pmuext4 "Mail Proposals in the State or Territory*ol( ALBERT R. rGPJES
,V to the Tni-pcntine or Lumber business. sidered. ___" written on tho'face of the letter; and Dec. 30. Edtor: and Proprietor-.
Administrator's Notice. The above tracts will be*ol.I on liberal terras. 3515 From Alligator at 5a ru once a week, Saturday 3..16 From 11 lion at 6acionecaweekWednes- should dispatched in time to be received by or .
SIX MONTHS after date, we riiull present all JOSEPH: : FINEfiAN, : -- day ; before the lit April next at 10 o'clock A.M. It TYPE FOUNDRY .
.accounts and voucher to the lIon. Felix Jon .- Jacksonville, Fla. To Olurfcc by 1 p m,26milt'l; lIyast tiver and Alalua ; should be guarantied, and the sufficiency of the
l..irllltonJad.we Probates for the County And back between 2 p u\ and 11 p m. ToUch Anna brIO I' w next l'.riJay.89 guarantor should bo duly'certified..(See form*.)" No. I2S Fulton Street Sun Building, New leek 4

1 Hrval;for &final pettleuicnt of the e-iate of ey- TO nE\T.-Four large Rooms 3516 From Alligator at 5 a m once a week, Friday JUneS ; 17. The contracts are to.be executed_by or before No. 17 Canal Street Row,New' ,Ojrleans taoor Pickett deceawd. and will then apply ROOMS rent, with furniture if desired. ; And hac' between G a m Saturday aDd 6 pin the W July next.: r '. To- Newsj'apsrPabIlahers Pd..r*. t

for di' harJre from all farther attention and re- They are in a plencrut sitnationandwilt be rented Bv Suwannce Shoals ; next Iondllv.Ji.17 15. Postmasters at offices situated upon or near :nsrirn'confidence I invito".the"TradeKbefoWfV 1-

ivuoiiibility in the prcmL -

MAll R. PICKnTT, be obtained by inquiry. through the Republican And back between 5 n In and 6 p in next day. To Gene a, A .. 1'1 ti fI w..a miles ; will immediately after the 19th April next, report call at No.123,Fulton strcet.New.York or at No.-.
JAMES A. PICKLTT office. Jan. LtfIIathaways 3517 From Alligator at 1 p ui once a week, Wednesday .- And hac between 6 a m anti ti p III next tiny.35Is that fact tothe IX .rtment,*'stating- their exact t7 caual street Row, New Orleans where '1 am*; .
Adminiittrators.JacknonvilV ; From 11 lwe,', \'alley"t 6& m once a week; distance from time railroad depot' anti how, otherwise ,- ready to furnish them with all kinds of.BOOK;unyN <.
Feb. ZI, 18)1. 6m By White Spring, Japer, Jennings, IWleilie. :Friday '. supplied with the mail;to enable the Postmaster EWSPATEC TTPE.of the newest and most bean ,
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J Cherry Lake, Chtlon, and AucilU; To -it. 1lrt""s Ba;by 8 p m..45 miles; General to direct the proper supply to'be ,' tiM style. lam nisopreptmredto supply the mach *- t
JaCk onTiJlc Male Jn5tituv SKY LIGHT IUGUERREX PAVILLIOX, To MonticcUo by 8 p m next Friday, 96 Aodbac between 6aiuaud8pmext day. made from the railroad by mail messengers, from admired Scotch fctter,* having way 'proenred'-' '1

b*open a ew days longer to accommodate mile; 3 From rt iacula daily, at 5 pili.; and after the 1st July next. from Scotland a series of these beantunl fares .w s I
REV.. SW.UTA.M., PJ1IXCIPAL. iienons who have engaged Pictures and others. And back between Sam Saturday, and 12 By IJIak. Iy Ala.; 19. Under the act of Mrrch 3. ]SI5, the routeis together with every variety ot form.and pattern"' ,
A lot of beautiful PINS on band. m next Monday. 1'0 Mob It by 11 a m next days57 miles; to be let to the lowest bidder tendering sufficient of OJt'l.unn.u.AND JonsuNo 'Tm oao. .
Jan. 0. Proposals to commence at Mineral Springswill And ba ; ,bctween,12maAd7an', nextdays. guaranties for faithful performance, without other &e 1 f.eI assured that the elegance and scewry : aor -
Raid of Tuition. be considered. (See 35.11.) : refercnco to the mode of transportation than may an1b Type mantdlsciurrsTDy me cannot lie .
From J.' at 6 week Monday 8 the 5th of each WBC.O ry,4*. W rforie due celerity certainty bI any Founder In the UD oa.' ,Dr _: : t
Orthograpliy, Reading Defining, ,Arithmetic DAGUERREOTYPES. 3513 per a m onee a ; 3550..frc>. KeVestt. am_ on of such transportation. surpassed ,u
and Peumanxbip. $t 00Cwography By Blount'd Ferry, and Ranterson's Ferry; .t ; and security entirely new method ia the mixing and casting,I .. I
Grammar.per quarter Hiirt Conjpoii- J L. IIAH.NLI) would respectfully inform the To Centre Village, Ga., by 6 p m next Wednesday By Key -ace" and Indian Key; When the lowest bid proposes modo of conveyance am enabled tor maintain the virtues' of the eompe-, ..',*.*
ry in
Ii Lion, Elocution and Rook Keeping, 5 00 public that his Specimens are now readv for ,89 miles; Tn Jlial i by the loth or the same month that is inadequate for:an.I'the celerity route respect of the neat parts of the metal, and tboa to produce, ia '
Higher branches dan English, Mathematical Exhibition at his rooms in the Court Houewliere And back between 6 a. m Thursday, and 6 p 2tjOtnil ;, to the certainty, lIOCuria; for-travni ad-titron to an elegant the moat toltd and. dvrahla'2ypr,1 Il4
Scientific 6 00 he will be found at all hours of the day,happy to m next Saturday. 'And bac between the Kh and th or each mails,aside from any:accommodation- -' ,. heretofore offered to the pabl. ':.thta."i.'
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course, wait all who would have their well I it will not.be entitled to the route.20. I would in particular call yowr atte*" I
The Aucient 10 00 upon pictures Proposal* to commence atBlount's Ferry are .JDuJ h. \\M(i feature .
Language mode of :
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executed. Call before going elsewhere and exam invited. hide to rob). a difTerent schedule etJl1Ieet- >When the bid doea not. name a conveyance .tioa.for solidity and dnrabiJity of Typo 1a,ea : ,
A quarter cost of eleven weeks, and two ine his ppceiuiens and variety eases. 3519 from Orange Spring at 6 a m once a week. ins wit the havana route at Key West; ,it will betaken aud understood, to be the.principle of economy of the greatest tape-, be
emions a day i'9 to 12 a. m.,3 to 5 n. m. Jacksonville, Dec.26,1830. tf Wednesday; .alltl wit the 0.&n1ru&route at)liaml. for the ,lowest mode of.conveyance, to f wit. on lance &It an 1ypographcn'TM..membewrf thOrncrFttwrmnc '-''.
Exercises commence on Monday, the 3d day of By MadiHonboro ; wilt be' n.idercd. horseback. When It proposes to carry accordingto errn will aJiiud mc ready to supply an kiactI stPairrtG t
'and mode.f.conveyance the attbZ" ,
no
February for
Dnt.J&IIUI'1 In the Circuit Court/or the:Slate of Florida To Newnans\by lOp m,4fi miles ; ECL\L O ES.'pyjos'ils advertisement, in the advert lementU will asTlw....':-
1851. tf i the route -iJ
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fcj. '
next stated ofe-.mpleterrmtingOfficef.iwh, -
'in and Southern Circuit. And back bet ween 6 a 10 and 10 p m L_ .. went
for Hie ooij sun nermeunca too rica. *"
the fotZoiring be considered as ouenng
day. .: ; art 1 trued furturviyix ""'.J. 'x / "
n* f.
OflCE..Afl persons indebted to the estate For Jlloiiroc County.BILI 3520 From: Okaunmpka at 8 p m once a week., vjfirtt ill / vida, Jar the fltttJ1'"IICftJ.JJ. the vevauce thoeortho* ,act ,of Mar ss&soSrSsSTsaasir :* '

of the late George II. It eab,deceased, IX CllANCE1t-YF0ILrIMV0RCE.- Friday ; wane. rtl1ltt't rty, limiteJ_to a sum to be named !1. Since or lid baa been received. : >
are required to make payment to the ,undersigned, fly, Thoma!>tToVolusiaby7pmiiextday,80milc8 the I.iw tach fttrtf 1-M3,a new description t ,fc UMt.f :,.t :
Edward F. Griffin Complainant t n yropoi of couyeyance.bu&engage' $ 'nt'nltl"-C r w.i
'. It po-mode taktm"
aad aO persons having dcmaii.* ugainst .laid es- ; pccifi sj '% : ,
tate vs. and 12 China Hill 'r Qniney, '12'miles j nd back the mail with certainty,celerity,and-sccn- ( trade dealt with OIl the mestlihetat"
: are reqnent d to, present tlteto projierly attested And back between tJ a 10 Thursday carry bidur p "t.t'1\
within the time pre.cribed by law. Patience 8.;:Grima. in next day.;- once a week. rity, using the Icons of the law. These term.c'and; panonap'1IOIiel&ed'ft.Ute' 9'lite -

r JIEXK.Y D. HOLLAND.Jan. r appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by 3521 From Ocala at 6 a m ones- a week- Friday., ;. St.,.Joseph's f rom JVpalachicola,25 miles and' called from the manner which.they are designated 1I1U'-. furnishing 30 &purchaser-.artide with wiutj
.1, 1851. Admin'utrator.i It.records that said Bin has been flied and By Long Swamp and Okahuiapka back once,a we k. on the books .of the Department,eonwd- will be.1deue.r.i and%hichwiU bring. hi" *th. *
by due proof that the said Patience Griffin resides To4brslia'ntowabY8P nu 41 mile*J:. : bid" ,It has been decided after mature ,worth ort. money.ditors .' Y.wi" ,- .
ofthi State It ill Ordered. That next !eratiolt..b.H-'bid- rffposrn a"specifie-modc or l ".. to establish -
>i8sox.tTioar.rTUIE ont a hearing backbetween6inand8pb&, -
on said Bill be had at the next Term of this Circuit And .i 1'4iT1nforah, d :vhere:nor'dla ?e/rwn i :conveyance of as high a grade"t..o-bonD eoaebI I DAtier w Job'Printing Office;.will be fU'Di8W .F. -

: COP ARTXER8J l'heretofore existing : I'roTLled.That this Order be published in Front:ITomosawa at 6 its once in two weeks, .vertinement 'a contemplated the balder*, ::I transportation* to b P fe"d to.the .**hid. I wit h*n erfimate.-rtUil tf.tW coby.aing ".
3522
M. of Buffinrtan & ilyan at White jrrin ihe.Dcpartmeiii enablf s,lt. Lt kind of work to be _&eeL '
in this State for the term : be) [here .write the Tile cpCrfcDce'ot ixi' of and "
llarnDton 'dimolveil l 'mutualeoO1cit. nome public newspaper every other Wednesday ; "I (or wera he ease may Vii( paper Iuert.t\ ,
this v rules :
co., u day s. BUFFTXOTOX> of four months before the fint day of the.said nextTernofsaidCourt. To Cedar Keys by,fi p.w 40 milea;: name or name: in full] of there state I the residence toy, down following IIIeP1Ste; Isaoboiatge h' ai to pbIsl.eriofNewspapevtwb.wlfl,4vertLpeu&eltthrlee .c'mw ,. -
6. .and 6pmever7 to'carrythe mail ,When the mail on aontb;aad send >M
back.betveu m ereb :;
residences
,And } propose *
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or star bid it '
C.E. RYAN. a | -
b.recouaeh conveyance addreatei bi ..
'JJ$. B.LANCASTER_ other Tuesday < ,. < route .No.- ifroin to 'Mstmaster ii- ire two v ,: Iners containing it to et .... ,-
JaeksoBviHe Feb. 1. 1850. 6th tf Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida at 2 'm once-a- week ,.z do i : on General's advertisementth the lowest wnI lie P'femd to tbespeeifle.bid.- 'etNewYortwiUbepaldiamMevia1a.fmy.- ''- .
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IIomesas the P
8523'From p often as of sacb sue apd weight ***" :
are tiaM th* .
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'Wbeu1ie.malil six
purchase t
Veoemblf')18.
OMfU B. lUrr, da --i.-- .proposals 'tbe,same; dated -! in raferene maiwfactBTcprovidedtbey ,. ---
Ditval County Tax Cottatoft.Sale. Solicitfor .Complainant. ,By b %tat RIvcr.'BJ tto i"ouatv, 185U,requires n the-time stated in the schedule U to render U necessary or twofboHe expedient coach* eonvevhongn amount tucirbffla (oradvertisinrt_ : -- 4

BY VIRTUE of authority in me'by law ve4- Dee 19, 1800, .' ,4mKr> :*;1 :;t To Long Pond'l-ev coa -t.1Vae&8lUll1- ] contained safh.:advertisement fcy'lhefoJrconveyance to tbemalouStOproTi 1atd. e the highest wfflj b '.. _-. .-, 'k. Yorkm1 rj. 1oJ1 '- -''-
.. ell I shall expose for sale,in front ot the by8pmDext.day,6awlle ; lowing mode o ;to wit it(Here j state sue..,the,pecte to the extent o moderate :i UCulll.c1lewt':
i"t House door of Dovalconnty, on the First DISSOLUTIOMAKD FORMATIONCOPARTNERSHIP OF ,And back between 6& Thursday, and. 12llKsaWextend howitistobtForm mY:yed,1.for the annual sum of: preferred to the itar.44.the lnca.'e the ; t ., '
W. 'eompcnAUou. c4f1faw >
dayw ) ,- :. the in word at full length 11"i *fferenee 'Jan. 9. _
sum
Iay. 1851..11te following described ,' : Invited There .rite" ,: lIteh toinkyfcrewith ,thpdic ,. >. '.' '
Property or M much ibercof a*will pay the StaLe : toFort"; Fanning are Pate [Siguvd.] SeTwlawwbi\.V oukt tea red(UD.1D the "" 4..l. ; .

County uxw due thereon for the year 1850, TlIEeorrtnmhlp.herdofoie existIng under. (See 3526. : -. ..S- : r ;" : of ', .". 'cepUonsJmoweter .c 4 _., ,.1i.0 i1. 1b 4* .tf4 'lOb ,4 -
.
; It Harris, it Ben'toncounty,at a m eost 1' t/ll %1 ,
ether
with all hut;
ae** 8524 From Spring each bid.lhere'1nBertth wberobiestaitI1ii mai1itpresent otDr..F.\V4 -'
ary xpewM attending !
-lei. Ids day dU"'r..1 tnotnal efla of a G aranty to accompany, may be. 1IJlowcd; n"or :ta 3 '.
A tract land lying at the,head of once a weak,Wednesday; of.the t0ck.OflthC >ute,a nd,.. .B Ya >
Petb ..CURETON TITUS HARRIS. -, _,name of the owne {.'
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Creek/ln :
Itaval foSnty banded t ByMelendci; "The HBdertfcined reawM.fijrprefcjruis ,hBnweiOc .airea't..ftwaiof
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the Ift
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bei
follow Eli; the Xortl Jacksonville,Dec.20th,ISM.: -r .ToFortUsdebyPn0m1la.-E{ enntur )caarautie Jhatlbere, it Imanifestjhat -\A 'N .
u4.by Jodi beIOngJ guarantor r-j g exutin hisease. ,, ; ( "III.*rts hnie -
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bid not t blkwllr"
ht41Obfl.am. f theotgbbyJ1ft1 .: .And back'between 8 a w and 8 p mTnesday' v 'Fust rt Dame of erouaiB ..of bidders as,the do .of the hignes laas,'where ronr- fmt1,"! ill .y1the8tats.... c f
IueiouI. .to'Atexaiide.'l'hnnmeT; aDd f tne The ImsIneM'hitherto'conducted by Ue above- 252Frem, Ateleadezmt ,10. In euee.; "':*&*., cue may",1 his(or their, 'bid rorcanj1ng tMI .23..On coach routcj;steamboatraiwiwrtaiion U veqniredby .pr hint. cool-.t. '." -
vr
none
Welt 1 lands betontfog to Fernandes & BL>bte earned firm"win be henceforward CTnducUd, ,>yd :..aWedncadyt'. I"A. ss.e-r": ..r.11. mail from I to" *.''"- >''boaoe.ptjbytbopudmasterde 'tbe sue importance oCt..m.u1l. bib J"F.lbrcriJ-I; ALt. .
enter into Ue-contract ?
-levied upon M U fttor Ooodwin.-or under tbe9rmv f ,j' FTAugustabY1pnDmht"' hal.T1an $ will bo if I .
e..Dnkn. ':UB1AH IJOWDCNl 'cujn oY &'TfrtS:? 'JAnd lIAckbdw.en. &ID.loud 0 a. 111",". .Wed-',I' -p required by th Postmaster General,pursuant to the preference for the *pcciftc bid \ .,- -''

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# T8; FLORIDA.REPUBLICAN. : AGB,5.C,' ." CHEAP 'CASH:. ST011E: NEyV.DHY. GOODS. iioitE.AAIi ,. ,, Agricultural "YVarehome, :: ANSWER, TO,. .'. '
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-wi entire'stock of -
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.1 't i .rCXUSHED! KTKftY THUMD AT,AT FOR CLWS T'Jf. HING7i' v : ,' J_,$ G. W, tiMRTPjr HAVING purenasedtne implements from Mea. Denslow agri' -THE-';STRANGERS'CAM:

1 ", 1M.sflI.DuYi1, County.B.p.' .y 3.U.JlcRor & Just rind from the.North, and now & Webster,the andertijrned'. announce to
. .\ .z O LUIt'BUS'DREW. VILLIA3I l --' E. ne bis :friends' and HAS for io the building formerly'occupied the public that they have greatly increased said .!rn 0.' t '., ,

.' KlIU.tGR. public generally that he has commenced as the Office,,a new and handsome assortment stock.embracing besides a. great variety.of othes :.. t Ja.. -
I 1 : .Dollars payable l U& WOLARb's nOTE,'rMRSTLTANU Antl business in Jacksonville, East 'FIorldR, 'and' soli- of Faney, which Articles urI1. or the following character and I.
TVret annum ,
: pn New an Sap D GOb ; ,
Continues to give his attention to\he eitspatronge-btvlngrecently visited York he offers at very low description 'Agultur and horticultural implements f"
t : s'ponoMerfngthe.Paper.t. prompt it- .Philadelphia, Baltimore,' and : fully invites the,citizens of Jacksonville and the of of the mot recent andImproved "dI" :

!t. : S Ascriptions! If not paid.before the expiration rangeroent d ruion of claims before Congress which complete aTan'i7t vicinity to.call and examine has Goods previous_topurchasing description; five hundred flow! of every [ '" "f
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.ftbsyeazsrechare44. or any of Exc ve Departments. made for the pro%eution-of aUdDd elsewhere.; Also -" : description; materials for*tanners carrier*, and ( 4:
n of business in which : 3-4 and 4-4 13 brass and iron embracing every article t : 'r. )
Claims ou 81hn' a from to funndc.
tie foRbvingr the .,
Florida
at VediaStrC&tmg
Advertisement will be Inserted artiDgfrm Revolutionary .
ZI :. interested.: Good of erery 'wi b 25 cents.: .: I used in their including all necessary.tol r.'f It
:. UsT One Dot: *r cr sqaare (oftwelve lines)for or Mexican wars; Invalid, RevolutonaryIal. procured at. .hor.DOtc'and: supplied ,vry 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. from 43 to : &c.,at manufacturers'priecj. t ,

! V subsoqotat or Widows' SMALL .: MISCELLANEOUS.-Roller, and common i ; .
fhefirstVond Strenty-FTve Cents for every pay, PensioD; or Army; PO"J G21-2centa. ;
f! .: PRODUCE of kind will be received on store and cotton truck, wheel gD..t .1t
every do. 57 1-2 Jack crews, '
4-1 Super Hag cents. ;
liberal Bounty Land under law ,
fnscrt Jon. To yearly Advertisers a or Scrip, of Feb. 11, will I F :
liberal 3
sale which *
\\1, or shient.upon arxnc. Men's heavy Kip Boots and BroganfflV rows,road acrarersydrtiulio rmI force pump I ,
, .' discount will be made. All transient Advertise 1847,or Augs 10, 1348; Arrearage of Pay and he,t. emonts made for-. .Tim-- Wom n'l Girt and Boys..Boot cf. patent chains to facilitate drawing water; .i. >

\ ments(eicept by persons having running account Mileage returning Volunteers; Claims for ofyeg quality. Men's mak Hat., from 2 Georgia'and French burr millstones;calcine east- )
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for to Horses lost and other Property Expense OCK ,PAPER STATIONERY of erciy Men*and Boys glazed Gups. inn; PJatr'and raw forfanners'plantationMills t': >AKD ALSO ?O'r: .,7'
with ibe Ccc must be pi* previous publi- ;
I' ) destroyed
a variety Ul on hand or supplied short smut.
, kept
Silk and ; ; screws, ; :
b Gngh"Umbr s. cm ad mil miin"i' : '
incurred "
j ; e&tIQ by Volunteer bfor being mustered DO ceo Carpet J bolting pick. shuttle s.P. TOWNSEMD'S' AFFIDAVIT;
if J and received into Through arrangements with Book PuUithert I 'nag. for woollen manufactories. .
Penoms at U dhtmce cm govern tneir remit ame New Style White and finding.
W.gpma .
j clor I
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ter and Teamsters' claims flatter myself that country dealers can be suppliedwith Sun Bonnets, Ladies colored Straw MILL MACHINERY, TOOLS, &c.-Having the .f,0,,.; ...' I..1" "..
; I taacei f.r advertising,by the following rates ; Mares', aon', SCHOOL BOOKS on better terms than they Winter for atd extensive manufactories, w. dCI,. I.nil U. aitsetire ,
t
, f \ On square (twelve lines).published six months I &0.. &0 can have their orders filled in NewYork.It Hod..Also and Cashmere, _Shawls, we agency shall be\1101.prepared at all times to furnish ef cryspecies lag C. .r tlii ... n f.. t. t1t1.Csy4bd.swh.
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1 trill to Met
Strtigsis. 1 that
. for- 91000 I laT1g all the forms necessary for a proper shall be my aim t satisfy a who may favor Ribbons, Inserting and Edging Sal with an of machinery on the shortest notice. t ..Igi.4siS r.r' _
.j .. I IJ ,.ts&1Ie assist la a*J Wer Ml JJ kt,aIO*.sa.t*1t.
presentation of claims together with the rules me with their patronage, a'rgal'd price assortment of hosiery, Chintzes The highest market prices at all times for
13 00 ,
Two squares. ,for six months Mouslino GoTCS. Gngb and bides. rid of the I lates..&1' ii lisle .the jo.d tU.. .Je k. 1T.fcn4ttt

- .' : Notices to debtors and creditors 10 00 and regulation gTming- different Departments adqal1'AGENC'lES. Sheeting, ,( D, and Tweed. Cassimeres, also, wot.hcpkins. sold for the.usual produce commi-uion. ,. !.c,' ,..Llo.. tb.l.. MM vk.1.l. tk. OU D .',rMl,,'
; as&Ic1.e. 0. f the Pis..u'iisfas
; Application for letters ef administration, 6 00 be is t uDderb a claims, of i The agencies of several important ,PATETT a variety of SmaHwares White and Colored Shirts S. &H. MOYT & CO.. I ..4.doubt the pf.rsies"u.that M,a.nr ..IIr."wbiIs'. P.'.4M tttmtt

! .! for announcement candidates!for office, 5 0 what kind secret, that may require the services MEDICINES hare been obtained, among which f Black Jacksonville and Colored Silk Cravats, &e. &e. \ No 171 Bay street, Savannah, Ga. sag both, ibS bOUU I. lPanaU.thai it VM kar41j nl

\ 4; ffo announcement will be made unless the same of an Agency at this place. ,. oy..2hI8. t REFERENCE?.-Messrs. Padctord. Fay & 'Co.; .kl.,III a... r

Particular attention the settlement "X Swift Denslow & oct 24-tf Bat'.au kupls5 &1It ruler tn_
given ,
i b accompanied with the amount charged. t proper In Eastern ,Circuit Court of Florida, DnvalCounty. ; Weblter., .
for benefit will of Quartermasters'accounts. Ii THE CARD.
notices
Editorial
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,: prt.t b Atlanta (Ga.) Female Seminary.

.'y cfargci doable the rate ef advertising.Religions Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount George Burt, pltff., '1 exercises of this new schoo commenced W,tk. d
if p ,Obituary,and Marriage notices will claimed, and the extent of services required.All vs. \ TUG the first Monday in July lost, under the !'! < *U My tbi ia nx>il a Carl ibM w* kM 4* ll t. ..

communications, t insure insertion, must ERj.u Elnha Hall and Elizabeth f charge of A. R. Kellam, principal in the literary, i ,P. 1'......'*SuiapftrtU,w.aid Bl Utt4 U MtrtMcayBial
,t't published gratis. be dec V GEREMEDY1J Hall, h wife, defdts. J and his accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental .B IB ref.r. t. SBJ B>t4l.iB t qv&IfliM wklck Usi it'

.4 'A Comunictonl must b post paid. Jstpald. 4-t Petition for the foreclosure of West department with assistants of high qunli- I' the prparBtI B kiowa ti 014 Dr'.l.., 7."*... SartavBariltt.
on "
mortgage '
.\ I ... .. .4.al IB kotfclmtt..
\ Half nnmber five in Square number ten fications. The Institution will be divided into !' j k *w tBCHItiTtLIN
: '- -- = Oscar Hart orot the town of Jacksonville, county four classes fourth, third, juuior, and senior. A BROTUtnS Jt CO,101 uA 1M Job* ft

.j fc.4 PhiLIP FRAZER A 7 TORNEV A T LA IV, and State aforesaid.It preparatory department will be attached to the ,XT.RVSHTOX .
WORMS. CL.UtK Jt CO. 110 Jc 279 Broadway fc nNORTOX
school and conducted under the of the ,
| supervision
; ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office over the largo store of Messrs. Holmes & appearing to the Court by the affidavit of J. school has with Aetor Hoa.,LY:
been
furnished
Co., opposite the Masonic Lodge, on Bay St., MeKobcrt Baker, Attorney for the Plaintiff priDcpal. The a '
esq. BABCOCK t 139 Heide.LSJM N.Tw
I JACKSONVILLE, FL. the best WOKM )( in in the above ad selected apparatus globes,a1trolomieat. ; WOOD ,
'V practice in the several counties of the unquestionably FDCINF use; entitled case, that the lid Elisha '
I Will attend to anyprofe&4onalbusineM entrust IL it is a positive rme.ty.and can always depended Hallow i not to be found within the jurisdiction of ), geographical phonographical sound charts, BAVILAND,KEESE CO.80 Maiden Lantr *.

.;:. eifto'liint in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, Eastern Circuit of Florida, ,and attend to the on and is perfectly safe in il operation.ALSO this Court, bnt is supposed t reside in the Stateof map, &e., on a large scale, to be seen and read DAVID T. LAN IA\J.69 Wattr Street ,0'* 4*.
.J collection of claims against the United States for Texas. distinctly from any i>art of the TOOUU A good library HADDOCK,CORLIE8 It CLAY.t1U'earlar..t. do

: i* and the Supreme Court at TaUab3. with He has Military services and for Horses lost, or -other DARLEY'S ARABIAN ,HEAVE REMEDY, I is' .therefore Ordered. That the said Elisha for the of choice of the book pupils.also belongs to tho school OSOOOD fc JENNINGS,134 Pearl Street, 'do

t_ .rt such a avnteeus connection an property lost destroyed by troops in said service. An article of great Icrit and which no one who Inl. (F) appear and answer the said petition with- The schoiastieyear ni will be diudcd into two ws- I.MINOR It CO,314 Fulton Street V>'-
!: able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensure owns a Horse should time prescribed by law, judgment will begiven J. k J.F.TIUFI'90 & U Maiden Lane> *,
there be least
a \ithout sions of weeks each at
41 t Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or against him in default thereof. twenty ; "i .
1 and collection of such.1.imo RUST & IIOUCIITOX,83 John Street,., iaGREENLEAF
speedy examination each
: g prompt the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Dr. Christie' Galvnnlc Belt, Dr.rdet" further ordered, that the above notice be one public 8e and a quarterly '
Ms hands, against the United Necklace and Magnetic V : report will be sent to each parent or guardian & KINSLEY,V Cortlandt st. d*'
in
i Z -b placed f Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers published some newspaper, published in the full and fair of the standing WALTER B.TOWNSEND k CO.Z8 fearl 8t ia
Far the Removal and Permanent all of said Riving a satcm'nt
States.Sept. Cwt toV county
:ft ft/ of JAklnvie. once eventwo
(I .1,1840-lT. and the widows and orphans of deceased of- Ntrtous Disentet, i ,deportment,and expenses pupiL I OLCOTT M-KESSON it CO., IZI Maiden Lane, :4*'

'; ficers and soldiers. And of those Complaints which arC can cd by TIlOS. DOUGLAS, Judge, &c., BATES OF Trrrrox.-Preparatory class, per JOSEPH E. TRIPPE.12V llaiJen Lan., 4POU '

..:.I t...." : Also, will give his attention to an impaired, weakened or unhealthy condition of Nov. 20. 1850. &ee session. $fourth and third classes IK juniorand f k PALANCA,96 John St 4* fl

_ J" f J. .P. 8A3TDBR80V to examing titles and records and cnveJ'ancng.ascertaining th0 J. McR.. BAKER Esq, Pltffs.Atty.I.IsadoreV.Garnie se. 20; music piano. forte. 20: guitar MONTAGUE WARD Jt Co.83 Maiden LtM. d*.
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; NERVOUS SYSTEM.: 15 ornamental branches, 10; vocal music,2
Clerk of ; ; William 8k
- LAW do THOMAS k MAXWELL,69 4.
AT li.1 .
';. : ATTORNEY AND CbUNSELl.a claims lands. Tbis b of the Cour. library and incidental I.NOPUIi .
t convenient expenses per
autfuland implication hereby certify that the above ts a tre copy of qu.er. IACKSON ROBINS Jt CO, 134 Wttw SU fa.
:2.. .:: fmoTthis office from Columbia All business entrusted to him will meet with powers G "land lAG the order Publication in she above entitled received for I less time one ses '
HAVISG County, 'ETISM,has been by !ein c. deduction made unless for protracted GRAHAM Si CO., 10 Old Slip fa
;: : D'a prompt attention; and all instruments of,writingwill pronounced titin lhhe on my office. 10
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fespettfotty Infonns his friends that he will continue Physicians, both in Kuropo and the Unitedtatel. Witiic my hand and the seal of said Court sickness. MARSH t NORTHROP,69 fearl St fa "
;:,i\t- of his as be executed by him with neatness and de- to be the mOlt valuable medicinal,ifitcoccry (f the [L. f:]i. this Nov 2M. 1S50. From their experience and former success. they HERWOOD COFFIN,04 Pearl St. '
the formerly. '
: practice profession spatch. Age. II. V. Clerk. C. C. D. C. feel confident rendering full satisfaction. Their INGERSOLL fc BBOTIIER 230 Pearl St .

1 Ht will attend at each and every Term off Jacksonville, Jan. 1831. D R. \vix.coxsComponttil Nov. 23, I8m.GAHX1. facilities for imparting instruction are rarely B. A FAH.VESTOCK t CO.,49 John St .

: ; the Circuit in the se\erl Counties of 2. t Extract of Sarsapnrllla.. equalled. The advantages of the location neednot la ..."1.B with tbi w* (1**a. nlrM'.f a CH4 H*-
:1
: the Eastern Curt Judicial the County of Original of Toirnsenifs.T Columbia County Tax Collector't Sale. be mentioned. Access to the place nncqnallcd 1I.b" 1I.n tk* prlB.i" rettll >t.ruU tb..ty.Sb. ._.r:
'.r Circut., JAMES M. BAKER and health undoubted. Board can be bad in the I IBB UrtMt. .d.IBM koBiM IB lbs.CiM4 S./
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, th Supreme T IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY, BY VIR''UE authority in me by law vestoil best families on reasonable terms. For any information -I Nearly FkyflcUi*dn their tettiMcay al**., IB tktoCar4

1* :A Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at 51.f ATTORNEY AT LAW AND easily proved by us,thatTOWNSEND I will expose for sale, in front of the Cour wanted, address the principal Atlanta, tbtr tvcaiy.rt.. two opiaioB IB tbi. BiatCcr. OI4 Dr.J*>

. L All business entrusted to his care Columbia Co., East Florida. house door in the town of Algator. Ga. oct 2-1-3m K>. wBiCB4''* StrnparilU u THC SanaparilU, sad Ct
.liator first
\ t : Aetn. did obtain from DR. WILCOX the receipt for Monday in June A.,D. acres of prof.ralll.l. their wnmatioB ,. S. P.'.s aruel.
f rl.e prompt attention. manufacturing the original land owned by Smith & Webster so much Duval County Tax Collector' Sale.
Kt 4- -
;* :. Al4ress--J. T. SANDERSON, Jacksonville, M. WHIT SMITH, $ M. WILCOX COMPOUNIJ.an.l thereof as will pay the Stat and county tax due BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by
OBRIEN thereon for 183) THE PUBLIC.
't I and TO
': *4, X>nrat CotMtly, Florida.Jacksonville AT that he did.after the character and reputation said and sale.necessary expenses attending law, I will expose for sale, in front of the CourhOUN CARD

. :,1 ,. Jan. 1 18. tf ATORET L'' I was eltablhed.as being the most Boundaries levy described on the day of sale. in the town of Jacklonvie. on W.. the VsIcrsigs.4. Phy.id.m aid Dr.t.. .r N.:

. -_.. Alligator, CJumba Co., East Florida.M. EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE A.J. I'. WRIGHT first Monday of May, .D.I tract :: Verk,Braoklya aid 1li..b..c. fret nll<4 BpMi..
l S ...QtBEmJIINT081. of land or 1 much thereof as will pay the sum I I view.f lbs real Bierit .f Ik. tw.T pctaaBal
; WHIT SMITH, I M. O'BRIEI in the world for the following diseases, suchas Sheriff and ex of. fax: Assessor 0' '
of eighty-two dollars and ninety-one cents, : Of tb.laia frrtemi ky tk* Bwtiwt* Ik*
Consumption, Evil, Salt and Collector Columbia Saraaparillaj.
) = : I.JJ Office at Algator. | Office at Ncwuaniville.: Srofula., Scald King's Head Alligator, Nov. lS50-21tds c. ($8291,] the same being the amount of the State trigiaat araaparilla w* bar .*$bIa5 U 4*.aa4 IMT "',
,
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Tight ll. the of Duncan '
*
tax assessed estate .
tl .
CM
i. L ness of hrYIIrell. Dyspepsia, aninlt L to Ktll thai matter bctvcrB'u.MI. B t w* tkal
lt: .. Circuit; the United States District Court at St. BOARDING. tation of the and all Nassau Tax Clinch, :. on said land fur the : ".*.ght ,.gir* tb.ass wly w*prefer t.BM aa4 ttlOU<

i Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; I Pleasant and genteel accommodttion for single Nervous Affections, leart. Fluor Al- County Colector', & I 1850, and also to pay the sum of sixteen. dollars I Dr.*Ja*..TowBiea4'Ssrnparilla to Mr. S. r.TvvaMB,

in of bus or Lirer- BY virtue of authority in me by vested, and fifty-eight cents, [$16 58,] the amount of the j >..1.a.*th* pwbb U Judg* whthr w. .n "4c* T.ri aa4.
citizens be yphili,
Claims for part families found Mrs. FLO-
I j aad prosecute any persons or can at "hicl. UhQulltl) Mecurial Disea I will erjo'e for sale in front of the Courthouse county tax on raid land for the same year together ....ot,. W triated."ky to tI.i.., -

"., !r Florida against th Government at Washington, TARD'S-the old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Cmptaints., .,Calceruus :, door in An
.': *fl .'. either before Congress or at the Departments. been thoroughly repaired and renovated,) opposite IS Formtne purpose, and no doubt in order to da,in Januar 1851, 400 acres of land owned by levy and sale: said tract of land being situatedin 't Old Dr. Sariapanlla f imw**mnr*.Mieal p.wsrssa, rt -
(?r ., Florida. or so much thereof as pay said county of Duval), on the west bank of the In tkaa S F.Towaieiid'a.. tbs t..I1...,of tko pUi
((0ADDCFJIS, Jack totirille, East the Republican office, Bay street, Jacksonville make it cheap (for the genuine cannot be madewithout Wi i *
I
&*" great it with minerals, I 6'9 taxes due thereon from 1S. and nees At. Jobn'l river opposite Picolata, containing I would MOlD to k*tk..m*. ... w.alway*aiako it a BUita
' ,! T: _May 2 I8 tf East Florida. Oct.24-3m such cIlnplut Sulphcr, Salts Iry expenses attending &id sae. Boundaries ten thousand and fifty[10,050]acres,and Iwnidcd I .f mnMteae.sad duty wb.a two articles Vaariag tko HUDO
. I a described as follows On the east by the St. John's river t
&e. &e. on dayaf sale.A. : I lam, aid parpomag,t 0 ran lbs ran.di_ar* la Biarkot
; J. Mcllobert. Baker I JAMES SUliItlVAIV. Slptr.consequence of the above abu"cl. Dr. J. BRADDOCK, south by lands belonging to the :me c-rtate. west I to Kil tbat which we eoBaidu the be.*. Tb* fact tkat S.T

4TTOR.vElcouNsELLoR4TL41r No. 13 AVbltaker, near Street WILCOX has concluded to give his whole time oct 2.Mds Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector by public lands, and north by lanr.belonging to' T.....'. Sarisparilla lIu greatly aoBrW, frmato4aa4ixpUded ,
PIf: Bay Palmer&
Ferris the old
and talents to the manufacturing of came "rantURIAH [ th. kottlef, tl
I 1t f JACSON\LLE E. FLA. I SAVANNAH GA., HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND, Na'u County Tax Collector's Sale. ,BOWDEXT .BT CBitomera.ka. iflB.ed us la..r pnfncao of tko OI4 *

1,, I.| t- Won;practice in tbe Courts o the Eastern WHOI.RSAI.K AND RETAIr.TTh' in its primeval state vegetable purity, jo that BY virtue of authority in me by lawr. Ta Collector and Assessor, Dnval coanty.' I-Dr.'. prepjrati.. ITkeB asked ky sir ra
In Hamilton county of the Middle Cir WARE.MANUFACTORY the afflicted of al classes may have healing I: I will for sale,in front oCie Jacksonville, Oct.26, 1850. 31-tds t tpiaioBf which W*kIir*uSer all.ir**..taae *to,ho:'tho
/i: Cir of above complaints. And a from house door,exp county, on fourth best,wo iboald aol..t.l.giviig ... pr t rBO -to-Old >

::4; :.. nit\Benton and Hilleborough counties of tbe DE.LEJ IN balmforl for the last ten years of the wonderful I Monday in Janua 1851, 250 acres of land Duval.County Tax Collector's Sale. 1 f Dr. Jacob T..."''.. With tket., ..,.w.!_T, "tk*Vk-

t Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tallahassee Japanned, Brltaiiln, Planished War healing propensities of his he owned by the hlir Keeble, or 1 much thereofas BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested bylaw !ilia to decide if w* ar*'.., jBi<(e4 ia giHas"* OlE Dr.*

:. ". and i the United States District Court & .&. hesitates not to say to you, that compnd a I will pay g6 1: taxes due thereon from 1845, 1 will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse t prpartiB tkat prefeme wkick'it ... to itmi t* a* m"nedieat '

1 for tbe Northern District of Florida; and will kinds of Cooking Stoves and of cure of ANY andLL of the above disorders if and all necessary expenses attending said sale. door in the town of Jacksonville on the e.mpousd.a.well ai tk. eh.lc..r tk,.people f*majreraally -:

i. claims the United States before ALL most approved patterns, Ransel persevered in according: to the directions. Don't I' Boundaries described on the day of sale. first Monday in May, A. U. 1851, the following a*.U.ftad bllu t ror. "-it .. if.

:-A : prosecute against hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor say that von have tried fartatariL and have A. J. BRADDOCK, named tract of land, or so much thereof will Philip VerkI V. I>. S3 Crud ft 43AreaB It.T.

.*- '. Cpu and the* Departments at Wahingtn. hall,or public places. Stove and every description not been bcnefitted, so 'I oct 24-tds Sheriff and ex Off. Tax Collector. pay the State and County tax assessed against c. G. Norxaac.It: Bro*Bi*,). O. ,_, .*f do3. -
.
J l eatetL at Jacksonville i he will of Sheet Iron Work Pip at notice. DR IVILCOKS. Benjamin Ihompson and due thereon for the t, B.A.Xewmaa.D. WyBaB*. M.D."."D.173 C.Cherry h.fc>> cor. IIvI.gt.5- '4*-'

' give entire and unremitting attention to his Force and Lift Pumps Beer Pumps Lead Pipe For there hA been many of the name got up i Nassau County Tux Collector' Sale.. year A. D. 135O together with all necessary expenses I K. H. P.,... ).D. W GrecBwiek_.Ilamv ,J ,,.
: hi Tin Plate,Sheet Iron,\Vir\Ga\oizd Iron,&e. on the reputation of thin article, and we tell you attending said levy and sale. Said tract ID.. D. Bel"..", M. J>. K6"Yo C > 4*
entrusted to care virtue in law I ,. -
profession,and all business authority me by I A.K. C. M. D. en RiTiagUm k CkryttU 4or
h .
:.
BY in Dnval
CASH purchasers of cn b supplied confidently that the I will for sale in front of Tet.l. t of land is situated said county of ,on the I .hB RiBtoB. D. 194 Cth AT. do'
"', = ." shall meet with prompt attention. at prices as low they can buy in York or ROOT expose I I east bank the .St.John's river,containing twen- C. S. BeldiBg.. D.O ik AT. .d.t .
; & 8AJSAPARL1A ho\o door Nassau county on the fourth J/on- Dr.G... >..> M. D 31 Caaal .' ,, do ,
,
29 1S50. Orders from South Carolina : ty-one- acres, and bounded as follows j On the 7. .
' ;t : Jacksonville; Augt t 'I elwher. J'iorid is,though il qualities, one of the west the river the north .
arc by on by .
.
most John :- trnrii M. 1> 3U5 RiTiixtoa d*
ingredients we not the of T. much thereof ,.
may truly or will
f A Card. Aug. 29, 1850. if ay inferor Working ofli: her Lw. so laud belonging to A. it!. Head, and on the east E.I..DeCra4 VeL V.D.3M Br..* .,,. > do'
!t ; Cotiiponnd I pay 75 taxes for 185O,and all noccssary by lands belonging to Moses Cnrry on the south H. P. "rid".. .. D. 3th er.Stb -. dor.
', Now friends, are true to the said sale. ... :Suatoa 4.M.N.CiIehrIat. .
transferred thcl X.D.3
ITTEXDIXO to leave the State,I hare &ertom. expenses attending Boundaries W.Tr..c.
: by lands belonging to the heirs of Egbert Bird- .
: f. 4o
letter; but we SAY injure any one, but ; described on the day of sale. I ] D.HnCasa1 :
business J.MCROBERT BAKER.E sall. B. I.. ParaOBn. M. D. 69 Caaal 'F 4* ,
FASHIONABLE TAILORING.Tfbe '
my t because have to the
wo a benefit
right of truth
pC..onal A. J. .. 4
r. Wither*!! I) fiZ Oliver *
" ,q., a Law, Jacksonville, E.F ,including .- and it is also true that if you will call on ns, we oct 24-tds Sheriff and BRADDK. URIAH BOWDEN, I Char!. P. ray.JM Chamber "'* oo"

:. all such matters as were entrusted t my Subscriber would respectfully Inform will give you names and residences of people who of.Ta Clector. Tax Assessor and Collector, Duval county. Henry Tri....9 WhiMhaU -:' dot
I. have been cured of diseases Jacksonville Oct.,26.18.10. 31-tiU I I i. X. DavidaoB.Zi Nanroo oo
which
which all inter- JL the citixens of Jacksonville and its has astonished do
James A. Peden of vicinity Nassau Tax Collector's Sale. Aihmead. Jr.5.6Grb4
by County
care ,
; :. t ; G that he has taken the rooms not only themneh,but their physicians,and also : a..be. L MOP*.OK Craa 4*
, 4 :" ., Csted will please take notice. by Col. Sanderson as a law formerly where occupied he intends names of somt of 01:1 best physicians, who are BY virtue authority in me by'law vested I Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. I r. H. Watt.2l5thAe.>* .: ,- .4 doM *

., Mr.Baker's business reputation for diligence carrying on the ofce. in whichhe using recommending, and selling large quantities -, will expose for sale, in front of the Court I virtue of authority in me by law vesteJ, I t 'Mile. .L..Cook.S*Cherry 199 6th ABB .

: sad attention sufficiently well established to will endeavor io merit a share of the public of Dr. 'Vilox's Compound. Be very careful ;, house door in Nassau county, on the fourth Monday BY will for sale, in fioct of tho Court- Beijairnu Dea. 2 Spriag ... .
. a < to the of in 1831 100 of expose .1 I .I roiepb Leatet. 1:J)A T.C 4ollben
get name "J. January, acres land owned
He will by .
*, patronage. keep constantly on a 1 Wi. house door in Nassau the .. doilex.
, to all matters in his bands.I lnn.l I county, on fourth Monday W.UobUe. ll t eo AT BB b "
ensure promptness cox" tho
,: choice assortmnt of fine French Broad ", on outside label! or you b J Marauder or so much thereof a will pay in January, 1851, 200 acres of land owned by P. Boyd. UW Heater ,SS
f 1 This transfer. a sufficient manifestation of my Cufuimeres, Veltngs. &c., wh'eb jured rather than benefitted.Ifyon I 46 taxes duo thereon fiom 18 and all necessary Sarah much thereof will t lifted Mar.T.rietr etr. nam.rley oolamael ''
.J Trmming. i Petty or so as pay4 32 .
wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox in attending Boundaries Taylor.97 Bleaker
; ,
will
,
ability and tutegrity.T reasonable we expenses taid Iale.
.j* confidence In biB professional b mae k mOlt I taxes duo thereon from 1845, an.aU ucces aryexpenses D.D.T.U..{1 11 a IMB 4olo -
have the privilege referring to the first described on the day of sale.
; P. COOPER JOHN HENKY.. men of attending said sale. Boundaries described .h.'Or..,. 104 Chamber dolonllo
.! CHARLES Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, 1850. tf the community. 'Principal Office, A. J. BRADDOCK, the of salo. ) k RoblUB nan CU,.Crru do .
on
day -
'
i::!' Aug. 29,1850. Attorney at Law. 173 BROADWAY NEW-YORK, oct 2t Sheriff and cx, off Tax Collector. A. J. BRADDOCK.oct 3.H.W.Parkn.I.Sleight, )D.. D.Jl1TI'.ft.CarnO'43 Jam** .,3r5S7i*o ir.
'[ } 1'. V And corner Green and Beaver sts., Albany, and Q. D. Ayre AtlaaUeeor. Heary. 4o
AICE'SSEA 24-tda Sheriff
and off.Tax '
sold ex. Collector. S. P.1M.,Caarl.*'. Atlaatio *o
by Druggists and
: 4 : 'j.MrROBERT BAKER, ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. the Country Merchants. allover ) Nassau County Tax Collectofs Sale. A. Ootchkiu.!. Z L'.I. ft.Bzoskir
conntl. C. ). Wrifthl. Col... ,. Saeketl 4oF.
: Attorney at Laws Jacksonville, E. Florida. CAUTION TO THE BY virtue authority in me by law 1st I Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. 3. Hs"... 137>.. 4*
S .t : Subscriber begs leave to inform the PUBLIC! will expose for sale in front of virtue of authority in me by law vested I I. Preteott.O Myrtle A real 4.
PUBLIC. ,
NOTARY t ,
.'? : re Dn't b deceived by a certificate attached to house door Nassau the fourth BY f'... Smith cur. Baltio 4*
,
of Sea Island Cotton and the i county,on will expose for DJe.in front of the Courthouse
"., t. '*v Commissioner appointed by the Governors oft .,that he can supply them with his double pub each bottle of Townsend's which certifies that day in Jannar. 1851, 400 acres of land 101 door in Nassau county on the fourth Monday -', .C.. 6d J. Smith aa, 101 diatom Myrtl.".'..eor.Butts Dnffieli BreoklyBr. ,S. -

; take Affidavits .compounded and made nnder the the or so much thereof 1851 -K 0 "r. D. .. .26 ',
t the following, Slates to Testimony, singleSEA supervision of James R. bcir Mid Drr. a January, acres of land owned by ? Gn. WmiaaukMfc
. ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. 'ioo. Ch li.twho will pay $9 thereon from 1845, and the heirs of Griffls,or so much thereof will L. ."'*. n.. > do
{ to be used therein : pay .
tad. has been hired fur that Now let C. H. Clark. N' Moor k Greenwich. do
purpose. ua ace all
'tkowlegcnL No doubt is longer entertained they are best bow it lookswben this Chilton resides miles necessary UpDI atoD.lig said sale. Boundaries $9 90 taxes due thereon from 1845?and all necessary 3.V. Ba.b.319 Greenwich oo

I, 1 1 I Vi.nia in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself, from the r This AVV/ expenses attending said sale. Boundaries. described I w. B. )....%Broadway 4* .-
r.i {. Vermont, North Carotn:, from the general satisfaction be &given for the imposition manufRlur. and we calculated think a ga A. J. BRADDOCK, on the day of sale. I naTiag a.iI.e4 with peat pleasure a M CAD TO TBIrrjBtlC.

l Massachusetts, South last seven years he will receive their support. ceive the unwary, publc. ye for yourselves.ALteO oct 2ttd Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collector. A. J. BRADDOCK I ."pat tor&II',*Tr Sixty Pkytiaiaas nait'I

Connecticuti" Georgia, Prices low, and tbe Gins made of the best ma for several hind "Vegetable Pill,. oct 24-tda Sheriff and ex.off.Tax Collector .f J. lbs City.f K.w.York .a 'tk* rdatlT iaeTit .ttko tw -
r \ T.....-. oaV
I' and workmanship. Sanaparillaa, im wkich gnat prefer****Ispm..1
New York" "*. trial including, Rev. Dr. I well known anti- Nassau Tax Collector's
11Jbnrd'z County Sale.
;7. (! Alabama BOXES AND BRUSHES Bilious Tills, and Bitters.-Orders I.hv.r e1 OLD DKI.&COB YNSXirirS*SAB8AFABILLA >

.:..:"! f'j Pennsylvania, Mississippi, for sale cheap and Gins repaired at the lowest from any part of the Country will receive promptattention. BY virtue authority in me by law rested, I Jacksonville Hotel. 1 ,.Tr IbM mAe ky X r. S. r. TwBoa4.pis
t Delaware, T xa. rate williexpose for sale, in front of the Curt. rBTHE Subscriber having become the purchaser tb der.lned,do..& eerdiaUy toaenr to tkia SPiiSSg
: house door in Nassau the I W '.. BMintiB,ly reeomBead tko aiok.toM
t 1.-ly Agrnt iViLLELONOt county on Mo- JL and sole Proprietor of this well known therefore"
, ;....t. ;. Mar'lan. alg I & Acosr*.Centrviage, Ga. AiUrcs J. H.,McRORY, day in Januar.l8I. 400.acres of land owned by HOTEL respectfully informs the publi generally -I 014 r..Juo\.Saraaparma.\eai.r S.T.'i satiuti.

MUFOI& llAKim Jacksonville, E. F. the Low, or no much thereof a* that he has added to the former house t twenty-odd ..
;
; C..I'.
; :; Valuable Land For Sale. N. A. HARDEE, Savannah,Ga. Oct. 12th.1830. Gm.I.'arJl. will pay $1 6 taxes due thereon for l8tand all more comfortable rooms, with over five hundred I J.**F.**Can"r Wuh"JL..Baltimore Diaf .If .

'I ; t! B. F. SMITH Charleston, S. C. nccestfiry expenses attending said feet front with piazzas in front and rear J. Gijh. Laneaiter Pen*.
4 ; AS Agent for the owners, the undersigned offers R. R. REED & Co..l E. F. rios described on day it as comfortable as any Hotel in the,making South I Dr. D. W. Dyett k S.. PhiU. do
altkr PotUriUe do
sale tbe valuable tracts of John G. Brown
for following
' :.' I S. B. THOMPSON I ., Blak Creek, E. F. for Sale. A. J. BRADDOCK, which now will enable.him to accommodate over 1.W'.Slmo.'.. FbiiiiflS 40LwU
: .1 : Undto-witi T. O. HOLMES & Jacksonville F.PArrEasoN oct Sheriff and hundred and Schmidt k Co..AlUntowa 4.Huiiag .
E. Tax one fifty His
' Collector. persons. table will be
" .. .'. The.Low Tract situated at the head or Indian C.Burnt %td e of. I I Nlebe WaahinctoaP. 4.
& KI \'ILL.lpo eor.at under the
Fort ( superintendence of
I printeltc. an experience 1 .Brownjtill don.
. less. Crncker, Jr.
five hundred
". 1 it' river containing acres more or A. A. Debonair..Darien, Ga. ;: my farm on the St. John'l rive house-keeper of the North by wh e aId he flattens .Alii.! .. Pike B.. ..
.::: TB'.PaloTrt the situated O Pablo Creek J:0. S. FYLER& Beaufort, S C. erat the month Julington creek, Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. himself he shall not be rivalled by Hotel Job. FI.mitl Pln.bllrK" .. .'. ," '
St. John's river C. any "
: .
.t: Ue mouth over two hundred acres, ,including supposedto GEORGE L : .ewnannle. E.. F. 1 sixteen miles above Jaklnvie. I virtue Of authority in me by law rested, in the South,beiag now enabled.by the constant I.11.2.L.MeCurdy HeftYl. Lhigl.flswa Rasdiug 4*

. : fine hammock land. WM. ., 4 is known to be the mOlt beautful JL ,I willexpose for sale, in front of the Courthouse communication with Savannah and Charles Cyrus Bolts,Jr. Lahul& .do,
, >.", Ime small tract of woodland in the vicinity A. WATERMAN, Ocala, E. F. ,ant is rcmarkaLe for healbines. door, in Nassau county on the fourth Monday ton. to have the advantage of the Sue markets of John Horton. DoyleftowBj ..
o a Kphraim P. Lntt.Bloomknry do
of the, of Jacksonville, containing thirty J. W. PEARSO.X, Orange Springs, E.F.iii occured in January, 1831, 12) ares of land owned those cities. In addition he has made arrange- Lyon k Chandler. Laneikor da
t; :'fown_ A. DUNBAR & Co., KiaS' Ferry and Traders years. The dwelling L spacious and comfortble. Joseph umer1n.or 8 much therofa will by menu,in connection with the Hotel at all times B. R. Lyon*.)..$ ..* oo\
and calculated for the X. P. H. ., do
at Ll'o" "
from 1 to furnish fine horses and .
bnvdrcU 92 theron and all carriages for the .
a &reeut.1ns no ucrca guvd larg 9 tueK necessary accommodation Robert Roy, Wellihar ..
The land is of
THOMAS VANCE. f.unis. good quality and attending said sale. of his guests' '
crk, near the mouth of expenses Boundaries Her. C. Been. Delaware do -
_I. : plntir1d river. St. Mary!, Ga., May 30, 1850. for coton. There is 1 flourishing Orange described on day of sale. The increasing reputation which the climate of Vm. S. Boyd. Butler ..
._ t
grove on premises, which formerly produced J. .e....k c.WoUereek ..
tho Florida in the
The above tracts of land wi be sold at reason A. J. BRADDOCK, possesses estimation of the medical ,W.. R. Colbert Bntler do
income thousand
ab1pree and on good Address Notice. do an from n the dolas.and will shortly oct 2ltd .8heri and ex.off. Tax Collector.Nassau faculty,.for the, cure of consumption and other Peter B. Maaoer. Snk*ry ..
again
half of dwelling house and lot of so. pre thrifty and healthy pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increaseof N. M. SmIth Hatertewn. K. Y.
,. land the near the) Court House A II persons indebted to the Estate of Eliza-- appearance of the t.ces. The I'ost Office of Man- travel to this State during. tho fall and 1'. n. Bill. Saratoga Spriag do
MI winter
So
Jaklnie. square C.H. Halbert 4 '
being IsoccUiedby Joseph Fine- zm. beth M. Bcrrie deceased, are required t darin is within two mile, and the steamboats County Tax CJlector''S months of those who seek the relief afforded by a Hoary Mnrray. Lockport .*. .
th ae payment to pass and repays before the house, on their regular virtue milder J. D. LTOB Cairo ].T."
mak immedat the nnderrfgned of authority mo by I atmosphere; and in view of this tact the
::1 Can E;; hundred and forty acres on the east having demands against said estate, trips to and from &vannah. Those wishing to By will expose for sale, i front lw vet subscriber has; determined:that his.exertions to' J.Charl A. Sherman.\r.Badger.. Trenton Newark X.I.do '
this valuable
aide Fleming Island on the St. John's Hirer, are requested t present them properly attested secure property may call on, or address house door,il Nassau county on Curt merit the patronage which shall be bestowed A Watkln. Bellow. Till*," T' '
aubsci4her the foth
the of Messrs. Lewis and within the prescribed by law. by letter the at Jacksonville. day in April, 1851 220 acres of < owned b1 MOi the upon him shall be ,without regard to toll or ei- John Rasndy, Graftoa. 4*
,
ld Jaook Pierce ChesterMintS '
Florida ChARLES
G6rg '4
HENRY HOLLAND BYRNE. *
; hundred acres of Executor. beirsof l'rnc. P. Sanchez, or much thereof pense.SAMUEL II1JFFINGTON. vuy. Wind naa '..'
Jacksonville October .
.. ),,and about tbay acres c Sept.19th. tf. i 24, 1830. "JWillpa3r taxl due thereon 1 from Jacksonville E.' F.. October 8,-1850. -tf A. Wilklna, Paper Mill TTOaj* .. '
1'A undivided third of ar Mrs. necessary 18. Thoma J. Coral,:. NrfU_Y.' "' .If
an expenses attending said .
Cntler k
Administrator'Notice.. ., Stickaey. Bo..Lw.r'.
"Fleming dower, on Fleming Island, on Notice. to Navigators. Boundaries described on day of sale. Bounty Lands ana:Pensions.' 1'to\..,.I.orkg I ... od. 4. :
St,J hus river;.a beautiful location., S month after date, I hanpreent my ae A. J. BRADDOCK .HiUC..* u_ Ca.4.. .: : .

undivided one-third of about ten thou- eonutiandvoueberito the Hon. Judge.' CUSTOjTllOUSE, oct 2.t ( and ex.off.Tax Collector; rr underslgl.haring made 3.S..C.da.r*. eUlBO ,do 4* d 4.*, ,I

, p aandiicrraItuatcd i Nassau cuat1. on Nassau Probrte fo Duval et1. for a final attement Dottier STJOUX with a competent Agent i.arrangements the FttridgBkC*.. 4* tie r
Thomas' suitable Administrator the estate of Port of Nov. 1st City 0' CoisbikBI&aM4is: doX. : "
tjtedding
1850. Washington
Jackon"me. '
Il".r. are now
Swamp l'repLred to taka Powers ot B..Doe' do ..
. : ; Iml skirts of grant ton, deceased.THOMAS On or about the first of May next, the following Notice. Attorney for the collection or, Bounty,.Land Thoma*1. D-ftat'T'0 4. '4o r
.* t Francis,P. Fato. W.: JONES, changes will made with the PERSONS are Claims and Pensions, and' will 1. Norms..Nor,1I hams doW
, b Buoys at Si ALL give their ..
strict ...
', .,. McttOBERT BAKER. herb1cautonedag"in 4 k SsjI.,8..th do
26.
John's Bar. i for attention to
.. sept. .lmnillrntor. this notce. so that all navi- a "" the .ame.-, I.W, Danenkoww.Ciaeiaaatl OklO.
Attorney at Law,Jacksonville, Fia.f gaLore may understand changeja made, by me on the 3d day of December 1850.not mAe Address : A. S. .,*. CineUaatl. Ohio. "'l .
i. N wfropy tf.] Notice.TO what the lawliralativo Buoys, &c. West, for Ten five-year-old t Kli McQUEEiY"RfcINTOSH 3. B. QaImb & C..A..bac.Jf.U.- j'
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: Steer all w. K. .".*,. PorUmeitk 45. -
., .., TilE OFFICERS .That hereafter all Buoy along the coast, or SM'and tbol Calves;:due Id ,day or W" ..Jacl:101Jville K. M. Bailey Derry .. ,. !
>"- James W. Bryant AND SOLDIERS in bays, harbr. sounds or chanuell. be 1851. Said was fraudulently obtained ; E Fla. Hoary D. Loikrop. X.w Matktt do '
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C OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE colored .hal me, I frol -CHAS. W. DOWNING C.kL.C.8t.as,7sjkUa 4* '
or road ,
? ald numbered 1 tbat passing the A cot'wrlt wrtng. ;Any Cheater JhaoB Bnoeawoi d* _
CoCNSELLOR-AT-IJlW '
TTO&1ETASD TilE REVOLUTION. Cat or, enuring ba" barbr. or on will s. their pr Captol'tTlJllalll1, _- 11: F. Jam* C. Rolllna. rukartrina d*_ .
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Will attend to,Professional business in the Courtsof channel, red Buoys even rM!.a I am determined. .not to pay't until om- -September,26:1800. Joha C. Pill.bnry 4.4.. -
a recent Act of and Mi. b '- X. JokBMB. Boeeawtm 4o -
Circuit of Florida BY ngss.ofer passed on the ,starboard hnd. black Bnoyi polodbylaw.! SUSAN DAUBER. t f11. News. Ancient" 3. ,
v3Snfem and in the Feds&r&cLeNortbeth ( bare entitled City, and .Oca1 Al'u, Loek. Coneord 4 ; ."
Who DOt ar' even numbers on the P. 0., Columbia } I till .. -SB.
and Buoys with Jarbr'l cop forbid. _- ,0.NEW Solos Sanbora 4o
U. BOUNTY LAND services of pr c. 1. : '
DistletotFior.. one monthor red and black stripes hand. Buoys ta 18. ; J' .A. AmkroeojBowawta .. f
. ALSO AGENT: more; the wdows.and minor children of those channel ways to bo colored with alternate ,. --- V/' : GOODS lWG\V GOODSI-1'h .A Bamnel area T..1s..W&Ipoi.... DrwnU K...H,' ').

I 1 deceased, a al .. .The Subscriber win. and black perpendicular stripes.I whit ... : erlber respectfully infnin Wm. ..', Parker-*Hud ._I. ., '; I
.1 i tO geneT,1BU1DU in the State, respecting undertake, at a'moert. oompensation. the '. WAIAU HART" : In-ClrewtCou generally that be ba now }the public K..... Daaa,Jr.New Castle- d. '

1 jrrauU ajMfcs4 n 4i<>Wi, f lands, and the location ell of those Itrfd. Having been employ- U8tU ColIectorTRIMMINGSTRIMMINGS, I I EASTERN, CIRCUIT OF ofRcady Hade on Clothing hand a general uIOrtment 'J.W.BsrrjkCs.A.W. Dllner.WMUai.., 45. _. JM'4s
nov made
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selling thereof. ofc yean, his experience DCVAt",COUNTT.Taran FORIA' to hb order aDd Clftho Lest materiai up 'W... IL.. a.. 8tep.. xa. 1.1&
r The
;i In neb maUer enable himto afford mat or etting cannot style ,J. W'il..St. PaQl.t. .. .
""""""" ALS o AGENT (aUte. elalmnt wl forLAND AND PEN Moody&.Charles Byrne: aim io part or Black Jbe.CMb 1U1'pBtoIed., Th, stock eon- .V'Is.C.MU.PIJea 1.W'loen is '

. t the colkcilon of Claims: :. upon the and save a 'great dea of . ..- .vs.. ". and Dr a Coat.; Figured Cassimereo Frock Coati; do office -JI.7N'.rfb1k.4.. 45-,Ta :' '
Unit trub1 Samuel and Tweed .'
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k q and Where be RECEIVED Tuer: Coa.tai'plalA w-.M.ood.riaeaatla.Ta.; '-' '.
a general
assortment and 1aner
'1 CUU i ffof'Tfniltary-orotner,ier'rlctii'penifoi expn !" All letters post-paidwill receive JUST fhionaLe Trimming,consisting of Fringe of Assumpsit i do do Ve.8; black I&t.n figured rimera'Pants,' .Orders received from the interior for tie OtI>.

I:, Mpj>l{ 'tarnl.hi>: 01 fa for .bones or prompt attention, and the- necessary, CUn' and, n Loop Cord< and Fancy Buttons ,' -!' "unpunentt, Those ".want of the and abo\"e cloth articles Vests; Shirts rest named celebrated Sarsaparnia;,:'.1",Ii-.aliO: bPtI.}'

lost T lJcioD sent. : TbclAdiea wili kssortmout the TUE.aove namej Defendant! Md all othe'p assured that the pri 81rlll may constantly hand for retail the tbaundenigB
ther-pTCptrt) ,rO wbJ te' &d &u Jnd thi I*b be a low as,at any by .
I C" W; : In the dty; examine, iDtr hereby requirM establIshment
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f. ba
Cal tam ,
'" DENNE. At' ; eitI;as who warrant it
nli det.ennfne4 that to be
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WulnJu, C. ; wrr ;.Brick store K t .delaa la no ODe ahaU.Qdcrlell me In
DF\EE an article or the
AddreMX'I.J t"1 ; eam
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: October a. vaJQQ. FERNANDEZ BISBEE
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