The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 6, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TUB/VnmA MISHITS Olive PRAYER BraNch : [FOfl5TIzRt.PuuuCAj." .l. plenty; Where' once:.stately oaksrhoseiant .< I Omnipotence; reb'ukjng awful t tones the From- ,;- ,JlmEliit's'Women'' ;" .of the'" "RoTolutionu. -'. *' i Ithongbreeeivioefronihernowdoottijtoigi i i- . .. _

.TILIEMIGflArj'rS.IIAPTEa, branches ppreadrng.but'far 'an4.w de, crime! .HJat ha 1that night,-staIned the earth i ':'" "iMsPALDING !' 7f'1''" scowl{and informed her tbervnul: ,eoiW.ta .

BT )tU$. MART A. UDDER. buried their trunks in of withWoodThe \ learn,thetrnth.df,
( i.. the obscurity constant rain, poured 'down"ln tor.: a story,in circvlasioD 1ht .

The miser lay ID hu darkened room.Aadthbreww&dinpndco11, Ito twilight-._now. the ia k',' ,full-gro, i rents- he wind 'sw pt the earth' with'''the ;'A, triVnte is djieo the7ortitudft of thosewho'sbfl she had secreted. ; 'noted rebel/root'.:snS:
passed, or of his land of ,'
nor race, red when tbe with{ pany ting's men wbowet.unni1.m :,
madness war swept viO
-* ; Hath left a token or a trace." grassand whitening bar-vest are""waiving 1 and'fury .a forfrado; and being b snd who
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lenr' mtt 1rftW.
verCfeorjcia; After: Colonel \Cam- & .
-1U hook when ho thought of hb fearful doomOf ,-i slow _
.t the wiading sheet nod the loathsome tomb, Mix\ years ago as'tile last lingering I directly opposed to their course, their utmo'stefforts belllook! possession-(:Sav nnab,, in 1778* nave caught 'w d: Iriaif'Ka :'Naiesa.- _

then sun-beams were fast failing' from the sky Like yellow moonlight on the sea, }wereunavailing to uric forward the the whole country was i'u.Q withirteguthomthli1thaii- danntedljraTowed j er agency, -
,And of hU ehiniiig gold I.' Whose wares peacefully." boat i io IVrmrouei tite's escape. As ; .. _____
giving: place; to the meltow twilight at the are Dwelling I opposition; its force. Terror seiz- wudef and soon as .- .

FonrKore long years bad ho lived in vain, door of a fairy cottage nestled in-the, edge of As Clifford returned from his Tabor or ex-. ed therlndians, 'but not"so \vitb'Clifford.-... the Cossacks,of'thii Don; ,:"As many' :'of'the1 hlmto.11i letdowlmotioneif' ,.1 t"mt.r afi ;_
inhabitants as could"retire .from thel C' : 1.1tbfr_abia. an
And bu hair WAS white and thin ; a wild wood might have-been seen a'young cursions in. pursuit of game,and was greetedby His soul rose J in-defiance: of.danger., 'There did"so, awaiting'a happier: to renew; storm-the h. t' to' thtb-tiotlf" .
11.bad lived to and lived to gain
Watching the clouds get for the golden rain; I and beautiful female gazing in transport the fond caresses of his young wife and, was a sympathy: between the,waiN-of/ele-. struggle! ;/One of those, who had joightrefuge front ant'.rca1' beitotake ) ,r.ffje-rooraedrioi fc'.. .

Heeding not kith or kin. upon the rich scene spread out in glorious prattling infant;; he ,envied not the rich- ments, and the'conflict! 'of passions i in'.b sown m'Florida was Mr Snalding! ,.whose well! as 11.hj t;' :' *.r.tit ar.** 3r-lIre U4IU0 IJ c'A9-
establishments h.
on the John's. 1 did witJ&oat.J f
'St -
happiness, pure, unalloyed .was his-he agitated bosom. He felt were rivet ; _
, splendor before her. Loveliness closed the I II aitraiigdelight He had tbe -wholeIndian trade ,front"the orttmeite. ''.?I sup .lb.-'ea."-
lIe bad robbed the fatherless clul.l of bread.' ** earth as a mantle-the fleecy clouds touched I again quaffed the full.cup of bliss-and in the wildf% uproar and ''conf ion that ahatoibeApalachicolar! : His tered the r '. :h..ced! the d!J.)rej and w

And lessoned theridow'*store; with the golden pencilings of the expiringsun once more alas it was destined to .be dashed reigned about{him, and darkf:thoughts of !y'd1 i _his pursuits; w destroyed: prop-by about hci ;{yt-t> Presentt*,
the innocent head, .
Heaped woe on ,
torieTerously ,
Crashed op the living, and stripped the dead. as if in mockery of art, floated lazily from his lips. overwhelming, -.Sampson like :his enemies .' tbe war; yet,his heart vas ever with .bieCountrymen1and some fd !ilt.." called ber'voeifnp bead -
the home be had
CHAPTER with prepared ,
II. himself
:in- mi horizon:while the ; in. one eternact, of vengeance, and face 4 .
huge grayJ for his wife was the of itt13)c inqiird wbY" .
refuge everyjAmeri-
'Tis.midnight-six brief hours have passedover entered his mini.- -Tberrhdians of they,bad'd ;:; ; : "
<- d1.:, kuarleJ and twisted and aspiring :; weary- can prisoner in Florida..' The first --Assem '. I 9' .. c. -_ .
:, ";*:: !. .,:', ftened-by distance presented the happy inmates of that little cottage their frnitlesflaborV resolved-to;turn' about bly.that met in Savannalf recalled him'and. la'l.\"U .\a ..m womu.'P. d' .. f' -_" 'r :-,, ,

. ;:.. .- \N-i.t.. carpet of the deepest since'the scene was as described in.the corn. and retrace.5their course] Clifford watchedhis restored his lands, ,b could. nOt frive him I t, sqany iC' 1Iet, lind' at ".f ..: .1.- ''. '.
S green, $ '
baefc his "l Ps4thatata
as'tbefrail business nor secure the debts duet \ .
mencement of the former'chapter.. Now its time and and heavily' laden i
: : t 7- 'me at every breath of wind while his,:Briljsh ereditons!'With their demands bean.lweni)1t.1f.. (. iomoneoi \"

-I I;. lating surface stretching far changed-'tis night-glorious night!- canoes turning its side to the wind was nearly for accumulated interest, pressed:'upon -. a sorrel bort. 1m111 vf I' tb-into thi-' '

The studded with of brilliant its force-swilcr than the bird umnanof woodssomt ,tv or tf: .e' ?e44i'YITd*; '
zone by the
: lain and myriads upset ,, of his fortune: 'Under these _
.. ... ... ,. ... -- :-4 crowning the distant baekW.'Tbatone .. '
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mountain gems is reflected in the dark waters ol the Jove darting upon its pref swifter than the adverse circain5tince /a 1d'distressed on account 'E: .
To bury shining gold top.--At her feet the .
my ; lordly : of.the losses : *;"and It utetth. ;: '
of her father and brothers .; .
For why chonld idy gun go tioiru-at'noai, Ohio rolled! its broad and deep current its Ohio, save where the dancing moon-beams, i tiger bounding upon jib victim he burst ,.who had taken armsin -the American wayhietOok, r-Q.sa4wentb : 'f ? -

And my darling hoses be crushed fO soon sparkling waters throwing back, their light lightening up the river with floods of silver from his keepers and Ipringing' upon the cause, Mrs._Spalding! performed her arJnoduties :I JCellfoolrd.'c .: ':'. -.4,:. .
For surely I am not old. irightness with their the side of the boat- with J effort 'site direction t r. .t) : '
eclipse :
splendor with
from the surrounding forest through whichit strong over- atrue woman's fidelity'jandte"dernes -. if bad soc1ndeJ'" :1 ." "i '" 1
they been
feebler of the diamond is silent I turned it and his eemie> with ; She followed herushaiidvith' noi f'
stars. All sent himself ,
out t 1IoanJl main wound its like rays '
"My ships arc on e $ serpentine ,course a stream 'her bad looked on The ground i insidi! be'ibarsV5tbev -

And my cattle are on the bill ; of molten god.! The hum of insect myriads fearfully, awfully silent It is the silence into the wild and boiing galf'beloWA' twice child during;when.Jlig1rt the war traversed becamenecessaryi the two hun and -would! have seen his jiorse's ;track. "o|p' m' .,.

And were H not for this'burning pain blended with the thrilling of .innumerable! of nature in her wildest solituJe. loud shriek-the ming d cry of rage, ago-1 dred niiles between Savannah and St.John's I to that door ,as pair! :;S yod':can' ae$tbe't .r.. ,

: I'd gather my dues, and count uiy gtin, birds, hopping! from branch to branch or Yet its heaviness is sometimes broken. Occasionally ny and despair, rose jbr a moment above Rivern an open boat t",with only black servants : door tricks oil thisber flpbr,-TnU bqt'I' '.rothef" "- .
Umrn the 4n' the :
And add to my treasures: still. ,, cutting their circles in sportive throng, filled the low moan of the wind among I the roar of the storm,then one by'one they on board, when the'\vhble country",was "This bold stftry'dJd path: tint swamp'mnch.pe'i&' ;: -_ _
desert without honse'to shelter lier nd
"I'd seek the fUhcrraan's humble cot, the air with untold harmonics. Such was ,the deep forests-the murmur of the broad sank, the fiends andy their victim in the. a her infant, song The a first of these occasionswas ,tory"party,'tnt t.they wouUisot. 1 ;. .

And knock at peasant's door ; : the scene upon which she gazed. Behind and dark river-the shriek of the panther whirl of waters.4 when shc viited.'her father and 'brotbere -' vengeance.bpon'Hhewoman7 wbo PO'Mritr ,

Jttmand mine own,if I found it not ; stretched the lands of the far West from the distant glen and the shrill cry of S S 7* :." while prisoners' in" Savannah; the sec-' pu'iusly afpvred the cheat shejiad"put poiv::. .. t "

Bitt my heart ill sick, and my brain u hot, away the wild-cat echoing from the mountain's 'Tis morn-the vnole face of nature is ond.-when, In 1782,"she went to congratulate tbe purjuers of 'a :1iblTbeycootenter! : ;: '
And my sight,returns no more.11 untrodden save by wild beast, and still wilder her brothers and uncle themselves with:ode tn:het to Ilr pa ttheui. "
their .
; lighted with qnd the leaves on victorr.This .'
men-before her, but separated: by manya side, fall faintly upon the ear. All else is up joy gladness- \\'as the of William !. iomethin to cat. ";8b'pied! tb sbe' ".' '
lady daughter Colonel
": gold! my gold oh bring my gold. long and weary rile of land, whose virgin silent. Clifford and his little family are freshened and greejf, by the. rain glitteredin ,Mcfntosh and the niece of General er fed trailois arid-kin='s .1rierf. ('L :c -
- Close, close to my dying bed !" I soil plough had never pierced and seldom locked in the embrace of sleep. But Just the bright rays )ff the morning sun, ,and I Lachlan l\IcInto th. Major Spoiling, of help it, the.yillams bavin? puth'out of *Ti but that covetous hand is I to feed' even her'own *' '
graypcd cold. power faznify.an4
the drops in the } ;
. what are those dark forms that are yet spartle grass or patter Georgia, is her son.
- : And our sad and sorrowful tale is told- pressed by tie footsteps of civilizedman I "Mrs. aldin friends,.by stealing and killing ajl ber pool- ,
dowttifrom the the Sj The milleT, ala*! L .lead.Co lay the land of her fathers and homeof toward the house in' the shadow of liage as morning impaired by. the anxieties endured try a.idpg?, 'exceptlhat oI4obevi-

p SEE HILL, Jan. 10, 13 1. her infancy is she ga/tvl with long yonder trees The faithful watch-dog gives breeze stirs among the forest branches-the the.struggle.aud many vears afterwards, during it see in the yard.: 'W'i hl; and M>?Lyoaj i .al lt .
he birds are singiig/ ther'% > I I cook for us,''said one who appearedHIo fy '
-- and tender look th thoughts of that borne alarm-but ere Clifibrd could spring ayet noteTtthe l' 'Y deemed neee6S.-iry (or her to try the climate .- the leader ofthe moi:
from his deer are bouncing joyously through the of"Europe. In party and'racing.his *
couch she
and seize his January;
rifle the 1800 ,
: From the Sfint'nf tht Times. nibbed upon her mind.. The scenes of her ready l ket he shot down tbe turkeywhiichanodtrof

- 1 *Proc eiIlug. In Chamber." In Florida.APALACIIICOLA. youthful pleasures crowded upou her memory loud warwboop: rose on the stillness of the groves. All is peace'and gladness. But a with'her.son British and of his wife, left Savannah in them brought into the. hwii aM, wridedjh: _
Fla, Dec. 7, IS:(. I ; and as imagination conjured up and! rev- night like the yell of maddened demons anda where is the fair form that but twelve short men, built in all to twenty resemble!guntvith a sloop! of war fifty, I to,Mrs."Hart, to be cleaned and cooked;wib>-, .

I dozen in hours ago stood gazing upon this lovely out delay. ,She stormed, and!'r .tria.;.,
; Dear Spirit Enclosed I hand you the eied in those delights of other days rfor a Indians resembling appearanceand \ '! ap'pcarance of a cargo. When

: official report of the "Ue lllator'D Com!,'' moment she was happy. But as these visions character so many fiends of hell, surrounded landscape full joyous life, and happiness) they had, beeii'i "about fifteeii days the I -for Nancy last occasional ly:sworebutie t1:

which ha* just cluscJ its session: here ; this I' and burst into his Nerved Her ashes and those of her lithe innocentare captain seit one morning, at daylight, to request '!'g at disposed to:1akeayirt. (of#O r Vccssity .
fled before the stern reality like cottage. I began with. alacrity the _
a con-
will give you some idt-a of how we boys the presence of two of his gentleman arrangements '
who b y the danger of those dearer than life he mingled with the ashes. of the dwelling for cooking assisted by heridaughtef *
dirpentte justice away down here on this ; demned piisoner, is awakened from a passengers ondeck. A large ship, painted -

; "&lId.Lallk."ourCw OSE OF 'EM.REGULATOR'S I dream of liberty and joyous life by the clanking fought bravely, and several tawny forms she occupied. And ,Clifford, the young, the. black.and showing twelve guns on, a 'side, a little girl of the of ten years oldy.and! .sometimes r- _

: sunk beneath his till talented the brave, where is he The \ nsseezt' to wind-jrard/ruhning across' their by one partywithwh"shelseeroidl. -
COURT IN CHAMBER- his chains she avengingarm ; an unseen -
, of sighed and for a mo- f to be in a tolerably'oo'.I .humoi occisional- -
:; : BEFORE JUDGE SPCIGCINS. ment her beaU sunk "Uras but for a moment blow felled him senseless to the floor, wild roar of the foaming waters sung,his course.The She tvas obviously French priva ly exchanging rid J teer. announced that
and he recovered to find himself dirge, and he artillery of heaven pealed his captain ,'pleased with her freedom lnvited bier : -
g The Smart Man vs. The Funny Man. the voice of her'liasband'f falling upon only strong. hope of .0Iltsail her should their to
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:?:4This was an action for "Wilful Assault her ear aroused her and she hounded forward Iy bound, and to see his Joung.*b at1t1ful funeral,knell i !_. .if- .. : .. ;.-''!vfc'v'? &. coursebe, altered. j i'I' /woud! .there be.. hope Ibem partake invitation of the liquor they'which bad' brought with* .

:tt, viva? voce." The Indictment stated that on joyously! to welcome him from his and affectionate wife-she who had shared .tI jf ,1: -'. .-- -/:"iLaconics in a cbnfl ct, as those ships usually carried 'Ti 1t1j0C0Mthank3.'I- ;wa> *V'.ftceepied-S' $ .

the day aforesaid, to wit-at the dinner ta- and of by W. 'll ..cnr' one hundred and fifty men. Yet he: judged : '
- daily toils.Mortimer. every joy every sorrow heart I "Thespring--of i which cu1ea ntr _
: ble-the complainant remarked that '' is obtained that if; no effort were made shun the ;
labor privateer
'yes I Learning only by it. to ,
and his infant child,'both murdered in cold ; has One near by-wa*jastsfid ef- _
: terday he felt a fidiits* in the bead, which Clifford was a 'young man of cannot, be bought with money ; otherwise .the appearance! of his-snip mighty i the and it'shortr cew ttairil"t -
was instantly relieved by the Galvanic Bat- blood before his eyes. He himself was reserved the rich would uniformly be intelli ent.- ter from an attack. The gentlemen were of swamp -
mind of talents. ..
strong andpossessed rare swamp was hid tbe trees a bigb; .l .
tery. for the 6take and the faggot. As he Learning regards all men as equal and the same opinion. Mr! Spalding, heartsickat
the defendant remarked that His father being considered ri'ch. enabled of'the situation topped stump, on which was.plaxe4aeoneawv.shell. J 4
Whereupon was borne by his merciless enemies stows her treasures on those, only who thought perilous :.of his .'
away ,Thi : .
p 'from tbe.,'cU-1uown. eifflintft of his the him to move'in the,highest circles of socie his work,fur them '. *;'r-.- be-j wife and mother, and tin willing td trust himself rude'trumpet: _was izsilbptlie: .I j

complainant's) head, the Julness complainedof t-. Gifted with: the most brilliant- powersof path was lighted np by.the flames of his A'good eSa' ,'it:MrBocIe5y\s: ?like? ? 1 ,,,with an,inlerrtew till the crisis.was.rerj 'family its iic3j to coavey toMr.- Hart' f :II' .-, '

must have been entirely imaginary; or fit mind of a disposition noble and welling[ flashing up athwart the darknessof at compound ) sif; with this exception ; requested,the captain iowgp'below! and make who mighfbe atworku a a rbTB- i 1 ..

was not imaginary, he ought not to have he generous tbe night, a funeral pyre of youth and the interests is f idby neither party but received what preparation. he:could,'fo.r, 'therrjsecuriiy. just beyond the, ,. to let ihenrk 'wt _' .=...!1
was courted and caressed all. For swamp ;
'doctored' it; for it was the first time aud by beauty> worthy of the fiends that had kindledt. I by both.Independencc.--,, -, After a few mlnotes.absence the captain' that the 'Britishers' or torics"'Yefe'abOulftMt' r 0 j

would probably be the last time, that he hiiii beauty put on her choicest smiles, and I ,consists! in being 'able to ,turned to describe a most touching scene.Mis. .- : -
;. And how did Clifford now bear bis fate! the master was'wanted at the cabin/or tbal- ,
ii would Lave anything in his head ;" aad far even those of his own sex who were disposed j I ll"e"tIhout the aid of others; therefore ..Spalding had placed her daughter-in- he was Upkeep close' .or:Wke tracks'aoolherswamp. :

these words the complainant brings suit. to envy, were compelled to love and Did he groan, and weep and loudly lament j;' the moreservahtsyou have, the l less independent law ana the. other inmates of the' cabin,, for Pendingthe; dperatioi-: '4 I

The prosecution proved the speaking of admire him. in the bitterness of hiS grief, the departed- l yon are. safety, in the. two state-rooms, fillingthe' cot.king ..theiurkeyi 'Nancy! bad.r.sentbe>I:-' _

tbe words, and then rented their case. to-not a tear moistened his eye-he was .Always think' what you say, though .you berths with the cots and bedding from the daughter Sukey to the spring for water WitlK..

The defence admitted the 'dictum," and Among the many beauteous and gay, embraced calm motionless as a statue of marble-si. i maynot always say.what you think. outercabin.. She bad then taken her own' directions to blow the.co ch.forber1athej J. ___ _
- offered to prove the truth of the words in After kindness has failed,-it is quite sea' station beside the scuttle which led from the
within the circle of his acquaintance ,in such away as- should, ."himtheraU
lent the The of that fatal l .
mitigation. as grave. griefs I sonable to report td correction. outer cabin to the magazine, with two buckets tones in tbe cabin and that he'w ttqrt .
This the Court would the there was one, to whom similarity of taste hour had not melted his heart- had does end with of water. noticed that the I
not permit, on they Folly not always: youth, Having, two 'keep close,' with his ,three neighbpfk yho
ground that "as nothing baJ'er been and sentiment had bound hi-n in the willing turned it to stone. nor.wisdom' begin with old age. cabin boys were heedless, 'she had determined were with him until he should'agiiVheif.;

known to come out of cuoiplainarfa! bead, bands of pure and devoted affection. Any Let him who regrets the loss of time herself to keep watch over the maga the conch. t -:;:: sv5j5k; -

we were bound to suppose it still full." attempt to describe her would be useless- He was borne by his captors several make a proper ese,ofthat which is to come.' zine. She did so till the danger was past. The party had become merry- tBtlr, -
The then the who miles down the' where had 1-lethat does the best he is The captain took in his light sails. hoisted
case weut to Jury, suffice it she in river. to they can as worthyas i I jug.-and sat down to feast upon the slaughtered .
found him '-Guilt)" without leaving their to say was every way wor- crossed when bound on the work of death; he that can do the" best. his boarding netting's,opened bis ports and gobbler. They had cautiously'stacked!*"

tt seats. A thy to be loved by Mortimer Clifford. True there they found their canoes and immediately I He, is*greatly learned who has learned stood on upon his course. The prIvateer.waited : i their arms where' they"were "itfview" and1 -

F The Court then sentenced him to "Brandy fortune ha I not favored htr with her golden I how little he knows. till the ship was'within a mile, then within reach; and Mrs Hart;'assjdaotu'iQ
and and : embarked. But in the meantime tbe More'write'for themselves than for the fired to windward. stood on her .. *
Water they accordingly adjourned treasures, but this never occurred to the a-jjim her attent'ons upon the table! and to her
; to tbe "Exchange," and fraternized. Clifford to race of nature had changed. The preceding world.: way. This ruse pre..erved.the ship. _The guests, occasionally passed between tieWenf: :'

On the return of the Court, the next case high-minded as any objection day and the night had been hot and sultry; i If you wish to be wise; it is wise to wish. incident may serve to'.show the spirit of this and their muskets. VVatef'was -eaDed'lbrJ

taken up was a criminal action againt Mr. their union; and they were betrothed. All and during the occurrence of the events related Talk little and.. say.muqh.. matron,who also bore her highpart in, the i and oar heroine'having contrired;that there _
.; Simon Suggs, for running vessels without things now seemed to promise Clifford a one of those thunder storms, that at :-_ _. .perils of the.rcvolu.ti n. _, I should (none' ia the cabiir .Sukey was"*,,

licrnse." happy and joyous future. Rich, talented, Anecdote. Parson B.. ,7 NANCY .HART. I second time,despatched to the spnn:h' ,/

- .. It was proven lhat on the day aforesaid, the idol of society and betrothed to one this season of the year frequently visit this I ,Old l'arsonThpre&ded over a -"At the eorameneemwit oUhe'.ReT IDtioll- I instructions to blow.. such ;(signal.oH ,the .. ...
&C. the prisoner had been going along with country with mo'st terrific power and gran- nry'v r; "l .dctneSIateof'Geo.gaexten4mgiii .; conch as should call up Mr. lIaitan.t: ..his i:
little flock i in of the back towns of the
worthy of himself it seethed thit be had one
two "long, l low, black" vessels (supposeJ deur, had been rapidly collecting its elements -, Slate of Mwas without* ollei: direclion; fronl N wsqn's neighbors immediately.: Meaa while,Naacy-l'
to have been schooners, but as they were but to quaff the full cup of prosperity pre- any exception .Ponds to Cherokee Corner nearAthens managedby slipping dot one of thtpieees. .
it the eccentricrfdivine
dismayed, could not be positive) and as heMas sented to his lips and be happy. But the and inakingfcarful preparation;as : His most cccentricities' carried"as ve ever and in the other, from '.the S ahnabRiverand of pine which formed Thinking betweea .

known 10 hare no license, .Leucehc sun that rises in splendour and beauty too were, to pour forth the vials'of its wrath i fat knew.lathe a pulpit as jput.oit.were..An instancewe Shoutderbone, had beea.alrei. >lyorganizedJintoV the logs of a cabin.to openaspace' through

EU t. upon the earth that has suffered such an county;,which .itt1.J.be which she'was able to pass,'tu,tbe'oulndATf..
The prisoner' wUnessss; who testified often sets in clouds and darkness-the fairest will relateZ itl ; b toofbefiveguns. She was detected\n{'. .
produced outrage to be perpetrated upon its bosom.At .- his church members was onevbo name of;WiJk pf f1g ; '
that Ibe'C5. e1s! alluded to were not prospects may soon be blighted, and the : thchl1rdf ed English pohiticiathecommencemeut i j rhf'4ct"-f putting ont the third., The whoW _
first the clouds had slowly invariably made'apractice"'of leaving (
pile pile "
vessel., but were'a pair of new. .cowhide I sweetest cup of bliss be dashed from the upon. the two-thirds throughhis of hostilIties so'.grent .a"maJorlty of 'iaUyangtotbeir'feet, when, :ucaotZancybrqugbt ;

boots he had just bought. hand ere it reach the.lip. His father.died- heaved up their huge dark forms in ,the sermon.ere This parson. was was practised so, long, the people of this countv espoused the .whig the pieceshe jheklar .
The Court ordered the boots to.be pro- western'sky.. Slowly and majestically) : matter of cause that it receivedfrom.the.itories ;b* ( i ,bOuJifer,declaring she would kllUb4 J
while trJbecame
hungry creditors him of his inheritance that after a a .
stripped firitmaa AU'ea
who ,
Iii''a nortioVif'this approacheJ .1terrorst
duced. advanced the flashes name of-the"Horlie Nest ;
'lurid playing eT rand five the divine seemedto
course 'and no one, ,
The Sheriff accordingly summoned a and left him without a home. After : notified 'district, near'j 'i'adebfe-: cc,for anc1' obliquity.otsightr( _
anon amidst their black folds, revealed take notice of it. And Beat( length -i. .
JOIe! comtatuF110; presently returned, the first burst of grief had somewhat. sub- thatsuch <'tb.ingmu8Vhefeltassured i fies, on Broad Rivervo-inEtbedjounty? caused! each famine;himselt her,,destiu 4arictim. ",
their terrible'volume. .: and awful beauty,as Brother a -At pf,.tbcnxmovemeiit .
length- r
known"asVarrwoman' ;
wheeling the boots hi .on a, truck sided, Clifford went forth to meet some of ,'be needless \i' but P said that,at wast a stream & ;, pue
After a close examination'of them by the tl.eymoved athwart the'heavens-while the. services Cree'k'Dame derived from.tbe 'character, toadvanc lpottl\era, f.
his lorl ercompa1i nJ. But .thj cold repulsive thaibour bis family! needed his at individual lived the entrance hetthrja she fir:, n.5elzjo'g ti1JI''t1 I
who .
Jury thiy. returned '.a verdict of."NotGuilty. deep-toned thunder awakened the mountain and hemu8t'ydp'; nevertheless, on of an near '
homer it '
." look-the distant {formal salutation soon orihe'stream'into'the'rivet m.' + another; muskeg .JeeUecI..it't!,. f
with its distant mutterings. The ch'ufcb'he'iilways took a roundabout
The. Court then observed ..b.t..Ut t -" told him, that the crime of.poverty of whichbe coiiree which by.Bamemyeteriousf/ means, This person waa Nancy Harf 'a, woman stantly. keeping.thijothewai'bay' fl3I: ,
e storm-spirit was aroused -'and sieel- lu41 r dmeijnkey bad 'returned- froa.the'sprint j
.- -. .1su.f eniirelyuiieducated and ignorant of all the ,
.1 theias be for- inclose withtbe.village
to him proximity .
now guilty was
was ,
-" I I'! .,. the conflict,unfurled its banner of darkness! always which, conventional civilities lifej but;'a'zealouSIOT2rof and taking up the remaining gua she'carrieo.' 4. : '
;j. even by men. Ills proud spirit could .ill tavern he\t'ouI4.. erJ. it out of taa house, sayinr to1 her moUrer, J" ,
arid of t1le.
J -. 1. .f.r (;.,. L r.\ '; r.lf': Silence unbroken, .sae'by the,,voice of the "and thereby bangs tale.' ;"" :liberty berty boys as

,: n/rJ .: !Jin ;i '.\ i4 ?t'"- L; ,:?k such! irat.nen._ ;J eleckJ I;hiy1: e, sform occasional half-uttered ejaculation Parsoa: B. ascertained from some-oource fhejffilled! :tbcAvbig's.. ;'Sheh, aia' .husband DaMji'dtbeitwh1soou. on .
or ,
an > T" '
1. .ds ', I"iniswas '"-' < ;. tJ *&f *ryrd.he!| rwplved'despise an4 4e.fYJ.t'. that P. object in leaving, fe rcb was.to.obitain wl h she:: o ua \ .a.'POQ! I I" ,becau"e'b inf"ii'
-I; ... 11. d. ,d:' .,4'1 the C..t'f UJ (hjdsq1 dj'port djiheconsciousliess! 'l of.. his, 'inhuman. ) ;captors-ireigned. -le "dram s .*and Jie eten'g,4'to stop,his ,diil hot takVa eciaeJ. and "apt *'o :: te..l"i 'rj',2, i\ liein s.-:2t-tnce'ofre'4: ( -: I IIJ
,' '.r .:, iJ! :.. r.uy ; monarch of the'earth; Tlie {frightened monsters.of a part Vith'thft. defender fof.his'couhtrv,1 at.f eoVdn' f 1 'tj?" '1UJIrl'J' r.1nIt'cacb. "
thc in
:> te. to ,the monied cox- leaving and distusbing} congregation bhiefthzt '
ai was. fully equal' he ouIJ not CO ncientiouslyclmtbinit1&'tke % : i. tM-l I .t.9"iat C
had though 8 $;
.'. ft' -" combs about him in etery.lhing that rendersnan'trulygreatjindI .the forests. ," future, if such a thiog was possible, least:pirtialityto.: the, tprie?. :: .. .If :".J'OM ty.. ,I.i'fa1"; ri'IotJ; II '.," ," ,. .
mountain coyerts-th bowling-of .TheflextjJSabbatb Brother P.-left his seat | ':' .,
-action for deadly their l ? a-ratrl. < '. p 1S&
carrying ra.fj "
an noble Thisyugar'iand} ...illiteratefbut! .bqspvUbW ti'OJ' :
beroejiheircold* '
.. { ; v at'-the usual time .and started for th ., q1r"wlieii'Parsoitl" "
and wild bOI4WOma -
weapons and for cruelly'to animals., thivolf-he cry pfthVpanther; ; and valorous female paln.ot' 1.ld'boast :no Nu.tinwa'tot-to ifce :. .
,1 Jt, jihown'tlut ,ibe jirisoner wears ness"*with: equal' '.coldness l-" ani.pride j 0with 'Ailh 4claimed'BiotherFJ" l -; y" :, she *'- i1 -etarn, iJ ht,46wsmotks '
WM f "* ; f cat'vere hushed ?ugfrthe face>fjffieveiled '" t r ,5 share'of beauty-7-a,fact would herself
o' .
collar that ,areiaDgeroufly pojnteJ;: equal pride; ,Bibus! tol live bereuieladbeen nto;, .u with "tbe iffcipnantle otldind4tbiclc j.'actrsseilst6pjied.- harca4hy :ackjiowleded1iiad: beevet, 1 :If -,CUthy : -& J'lIad i anotbet''buiI4'eL I

10 wueh'eo. that in bowing; 'nn WAJQt.Q tb cynosnreoflhe.Uirong'cpjiid: ; : yield! -PPs on being asj i enjoyed anjopportunity. J looking a mir-' in readiness whieh-ber qothePtoOk.AU .:. ,4 '
lance he had j iofljeleJaKwound !: ; darliieisieav. 1qped'the: and gazed towards-'jbtf pulpit ;: ., *- _' a'brbail an.' posting herself in the doorway : ahlepothe !'
(theprp ) rorSbe'as eyedj-'bad .
he.e5olved cro ,
8r :happiness' and to.seek a new 'I "
i 'A 10 thlft, : iwa91igh.tca'npr.h6wevet# 'the. "BrotherP,,*oqtjjDned.tbe ? :H.V.CiVnd rrude party to.'furrender; 'theirnnwiflhigto'trusttheirwotd .-.d Y :
the friend : in
on faco olpiif f : heartless eartn this gularrmouth, waVungainly! > figure,' j..toqr ; ; I If
JBcklenecai'pf i
nobody can converge vih him, f Ccpt aJ iwne andtforg( t ;a,, j 1 ww 1IA.fervgtf: !ss*: Tfi? need i&fyburr}leaving: fcburchjar! lID speech and:avkyan1jn maqnbrsbu carcasses to a whigTwoc.p" Tbeyto ._ .

the imminent risk of'bistres J.:Aw; jul WDy14.IFsetoe4 1 ; | : vbwpuld I have ..S r.. .:::" .,. distant time;.as passed the' tavernMhis morningInadearraigethenti' to bavfngv'ir''swomans: beart :for' her fnendstbOngb s"urrenderjand propbsed'.to.. bak. : :": _,4' .
T. .. f .!' .bs W"J d 9A4t J'.J IZ thtou5 ., its'i;thelandlord l the ;'Strength of it. ,But .the ; '. :
,.t :", ;; <- )Ur, bi. (tbf'pr11iOU1 "tf''rf:1, 'r,be.jys.oI''. UI'rOp'eru\,., .iqvcbIcIfly forcstsi'a i1t fieib .t of tbundelri ,bot jill.cburehiWHs 018"The that ofa tigiesa oraKme ;Mon ppon -'
.... "' : : p heavy: report keep your toddy "enemies of .She : ; kept tIDJ. '
: la Uier
i.M.. ? la < gwf offi "1 pj' f h""ad'I tour f the :untry*:
( '. f .' rro s"p-.. :. helrfn{ eeie Katnre'ef ,snrpiise.anli-inortificaloa! ;ofxthe.. their' for a few minute*, 't LIIChUS '
.17 '.r ,,:' 04/or. pJIf'R a.re :t :r was'veHngiiai M.jbc.i tories withstood places .1 .

',.' ') 'N ar-r.! t ,cyep ,aut( craaiitLii. ftr,.;it/-rtbecJio of er-heartww; ;,stiHto 11 :tIari J#} }\ eterbertd_ brother- -can. ,hardly".ijt y.T 'tug 4b1, wei b' bly:!long tbe. \elp5jf.a ; for'.aggressive"act, jluoagb "they .: id shoot 'tJovraX11*tpt .

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lem ta r'-J. >. do witbim* ba'sutrenderei1to AWl and t"aplnt irat .
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Ifh"ti u jhe dgt.p'bilJhey ( / -" ., & fiuviM *" ,iJuly: Pqd! p' I.d J.f.tp".ID ., ptoner- nwment'tbe"! hesitat lloibJ. to chronicle the amraj.. ofttbe.0defirigJew jtbeBrit'{ 'cairip at.Augustai partyfpri6yialiitaWnetratedlhto'toe :. .*ougbbeae4: Dwi'd, *- y; ot'O- .

are perfect'y' ;;! ; .1-, .: .q plaJ,' !- s rtt1 ,e v lv.e.r.! .-7os. l /: trIr'i.'IIjt.: : ,it". Kpu t.1 "C, .J', 0' expecttoi1a1e inter ori:ana 'hay I i tbeob J.and the'. woundedotaetilwefeMwand *SJvb8J nJ: tfc2;. .S : :

:. The Court ruled:lbatJK.0ttg6t.fldt toJbf :mty consl'te4 ny1a! J }eute54,)luealtb tu- uk'? "Jn' ater' ;DlltalOns.-w, lYf.t" bj ti on. .: r.n'l": agc':1 :,1q ing ravageimanaer! : d Colonel Dooly 'in, <" A'< J- t_* ?**>-. ;-_ ,_ 'hLfAt ? t'< ,. _

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"". Prof.:Sbumacher, the .astronomer iY' the 411 9 i. 0lotf.of r.bl'Message"the "' vr TI.:1I: n / top or.

j .'i Db emtorvtat. *, on.the 2"th December J A CSO 7'. 1 V. I !.> E iTIIURSDA ;" i'riaideht i the( "?I lsln! 'response to the, re-i: rinble .rsolui ns to"aid otlhft'in ramei the constr4t.i jjfa qf6.f i4teamerafter! )ivtn/OrHiehcone some der J.wieLea'Io? regale' himself With a choice
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In nis'seventy-first year For many :: : : solution: ,!" ;theSenate, ; spran.up tion Atlantic and*'CeT lral.Gair raij njajgemelnttrhertinir r',..slo n by the! eori he,has but_ to'call :on TOM,.who.win
has been JURCfl?* 1851. ; ae\ie. ? ofitbe .n
yeafbe before the scientific world1M '
4 b ... the editor of, the "Astronomische Nach- _" iplin,a motion jb\ refer '.to The Judiciary -' foadjp'a'preamble and, resolutions'' !,, -the removal.l of thlesta, < -fom'tl.ahsitn\ n be sire and see,to i it that his \Tuta-re opp'liftl.

: f, richten." lie casa man of great scientific this. office; -Committee, which sr\ ite' *>6me same, in/avor.of the "enactment of.,a lawtogradaateherice'cif of, berths I ,.returned, bn,lier/rfp( 'rrm \ n. lie ;Is perfectly nit:fail ,in,his pro.
Intelligentand .
at an lands. in
'Acquirement and many important BcieuUficftndertaiiAxs.'were ( \anted ;"as an. 'apprentice-;the strong: denunciations Jrom Mr..: ,.and that State and; fesoIutiontifJthe"sane t thepublic ,.in' nak on Friday last, in mot perfect*order.-. kMion..;ThoM.who ,' Uke3myself.9pTer "
- aetiv ? a ; '
completed by him; ,such printing binCEs. One possessing a,tolerablc several I'sharp. .passes bttween. that :Senator. favor ofthe enactment,of a law.gran ting to VVe are sure u!coftiroon.ty: ;' without excep- ,Ttmptronte,beterages ha ve,but to say-the
. MtR8Ufi jf:"by4he'rjrbterntent from Copenhagen tLe to, the degrees'of.loiigitml'e Ehslish education, and who is recommended ,arid Mr. Halei upon the proclamation or the the'State of Florida'all thV land within' -.the ion, ball with "pleasure the resumption I by word and' they will i in variably} ; be fortbcora.

for good character, is required. \ to the United to.be command of. steamer ing. .In"'troth, there :seems':Jo be nothing
trcstefq coast of Jutland and the degrees of President and the conduct of- the,mob party State belonging Stle' Capt. McNelty of a

: latitude //reat kHgeff to the frontiers of the "theft i coadjutor .John Ball1'hompson.The op .by.: the! general'? assembly' !! J pf.Floii1aforih on the St. JolVis and. .*pecially. o. finely lacking to meet ani'rapplyiiU&uhJtf die

,linjdom;also for.the.English government !t.e! ,. -'In. the case,-. of the.,Boston'riot' the- -.Presi-., r Boon debate was also A participated 'dirct' btneft of Its' citizefls nodelled and fleet a craft a tbe! Jfgni Dinner man? to hi*.almost gralificukw 'U.
. J I *ieasnre tf tMr'difference, !longttuidetexisling'between Individnallyj-whrch!! ;: referr .
pf dent has shown both prompiriess and zeal .ajoniversal advocates of .;deriaaZJmpr0Yements'
renders I himsyf will
:the observations of Greejiwichtrid in ;by Messrs. ',Mason, Dickinson, Cass, to tbe.Committee pnPublicLanJs, .. Cnpt.l\Ic ;, :
. : 'f of Altona. He was a diligent and accurate to vindicate th'law'and perform his duty. Butler,Davis of Mas.Badger and Downs." dered to be printed. vorite with the.travel ling pubic! ;by his kin1iness I have no doubt,ully>on trial,coincide with

observer, one of'his latest ta.bot'being The members of his CabinWalso, so far a! Mr. Clay in high .terms of the President's -, Onthev19tb: on' > motion otlr.Ynlee! of deportment to passengers, and his me.

'. ', connected with Encke's planet! ''Astrpc.- their respective functions are called :tinto! requisition Message spoke, but expressed his .regret take who requested place in action the ether in time House bito:: skilful management his vessel;,and we may On the whole, Mr.,Editor, a better, faster,

i PAil Lejgtr.Jenny, have shown equal alacrity in their that.it did not the marshal had.been dis- it same character, the, Senate took,bilsof .up.ihe remark he !has a ;worthy c peer: in Capt.Kiiig and safer boat, net! within my"recollect I Ion

i X.ii.a'. first CtHtcrrt.NKwOntcirs exercife. MrFimor has proclaimed the missed. He ) .that,,inasmuch ,the bill to grant' to theSfate of Florida alt r7 ; of ,jhe St. Matthews, for whom we! graced the waters of our noble SUV JohJl' .

[, ;, Feb. 11.-The first Concert inviolability the lawg, and snnimpned officers faw had been bOIel so.grossly violated, it a wouldbe late sections of, the public land for t.he. Atlantic .: would express.the hope that'he to may be That the MJGXOLU will fontnn'10; prore,
Gulf Railroad and the bill was
of Lint at the St. Charles Theatre .' citizens those who '
:Jenny and to bring have transferred better for the 'display herself l such, seems 'not in"lhe'leattdegn.
those who instigate to a
: strengthened so as to bring considered in Committee of the Whole and area
last the most brilliant
flight, was affajr *
i. et 8ffam -this city. The theatre was trample upon them 'to justice. He has, in violence to condign punishment. reported} to the Senate. of his capacities than that In'which. he now problematical. Yours' &c., '

'1'\1'"f.; *\\'ded.from the top to the bottom. ,A a message accompanying the copy of his Mr. Hale denounced the proclamation as Mr, Whitcmb offered an amendment providing disadvantageous ,labors., Vox Porrti.Corrttjxmdturt .
,.1. l number Fat ,the .proclamation to the Sena'te. askedan amendment 'for a grant of land for n railroad, in'diana we
larje has -
persons stage. uncalled for, lid ulous and weak. Our old friend, the Gastonf again of the Bttltnmart Sn*.
t which and the Florida
[ was rejected, .
The divine him the ;
: of the laws enable
enthusiastically to more
IOngtre's"as '
there two should be to were it not that re- WinmoTo Ftb. jt "X
.. welcomed o'n her first and the Mr. Clay replied were. opinions bill was eut'sequenlbcrcad a third time and sorry say, 1851.
" ., Mage,was liUerally..coveredwith appearance bnquets..t .- promptly to order out theY militia, on sudden on that point, as there were about the oratorical passed.On >.eatcd accidents, may consummate the final. The expected message from the President

i t; The proceeds' of this conrert amounted to emergencies, that the arm of the civil "power and influence of Hale. That the 22nd, the Military Academy and break> down of all.the old boats-met witha in regard to the Boston Stare mob, and the
.t .i be sustained against nullifiers powers Revolutionary Pension bills means requisite for the execution of :thefng'tive
thousan may mobccrts while about
t over twenty Scnatoraimetahvays to diipnte with him alproriatiol mishap to ber'rnachinery,
t communicated to the SeDate
act, was
. and factionists. The Secretaries of were passed. *
., >! Xcw Type pt UIIg Jllyb II' ( (Mr. C.) the palm of eloqueice) and oratory, The Senate resumed the debate on the crossing Nat bar on WednesJay lastwhich to day. and was read and well received.

. f a A Parjwan invel k he has at last War and Navy have each ordered detachments -but he had no desire tt contest this with the President's: message, submitted the day previous prevented her from completing: her It is considered as furnishing satisfactory evidence -

t:" discovered the lonfc ught desideratum, at of their respective services near Boston Senator, being.willing to retnquish all the and after brief discussion, its fur trip. We understand she broke her piston of the firm and immoveable determination .
I t : : for Bet in H-iie. He hn been at to proceed In aid of the,rvi power, ther consideiation; was postpoted until Monday rod and force through the bottom he of the President and the .administra
in such
.t t work upon it for n$ n.years, and, having upon the requisition of a United, States glory be could expect a contest. cylinder. The5.boats, that have ail tin their tion to execute: the law to the very letter.*
J! r'.eh1"completed it, has eivtrNj for exlibition at Marshal. Mr. C. replied to Mr. Hae's! opinion that the In the House, Mr. Bayly .reported the day[ done good service should now be transferred The riessag.[ recomwentf> that;tbe"Exec.
tl. .J't the World' ,Fair. It comprises both a distributor Judge Justice, or These mea riot was a trivial affair. He believed that Appropriation bill, which was referred. to some river route, or one less difficult utire he authorized to call upon the state

;tt: oI .and setting stick ; it is afforded at a sures are prompt, and rneet'the crisis. The the were catspaws of miserable The Post Office Appropriation bil passed. and important than that between Savannah troops and other force to aid the U. S.", *u.
'r low price, and will set ten thousand ems antour. proclamation of the President'and his negroes to The Fortfcatiol: bill was laid the table. and Florida. While their delays cause thorttie without the previous issue of a

tt t r:4 -' .. It is said not to interfere with the peal to the Senate, were made upon, the hur.1 ap designing men, AVDQ sought to bring odiumon anxieties and uncertainties in the public proclamation, which the existing,laws, re

it : Tegular appointments of n printing! office r'td state of facts communicated from Boston I i the laws. Thee had been introduced a In the Senate, on the 2-t1 the bill making mind, they to some extent disparage the quire. The debate that lotlOYed'f'18 very
, pc" and requites no new claracters.ff man named Thompson, said to be a memberof a uniform, prepaid thtee cent* on credit of ofcersfnO are not wanting in the exciting' embracing a discussion on' the
I.rv:4 _- before authentic record could be prepared Parliament, andhe police which could ill letters not exceeding half an ounce, and skill of and who could acquit question whether the law can be executed.. or,
:!d j :p The London Times estimates that there that with honor if managingboats
i -showing ,there was ho listless- five cents on the same not prepaid, was themselves
,: 1-1 ;:, will; be two millions of visitors in London ness on the part of the Executive, no tardiness find time and means \\o protect this foreign ordered to a third reading, and subsequently more worthy of their merit. not.The proceedings of the Board of Aldermen
;tl' 1'' l.rjpg1be continuanre of the World's Fair emissary in his dioinion addresses, could parsed. I We perceive that the Welaka has been of Boston hare in the meantime, affor.

SIt, ) -onr million from Foreign countries, and nodritering away of time to evade re- not give their aiL to ''execute a law of the On the the 25th the Fortification bill came making trial trips on the Savannah, previous ded assurances that the city will not be, farther

';: LI f one million from the various parts of Great sponsibility.A United Sta.tes. Wout an American member up on reconsideration in the House, to taking her place on tha Florida line. A disgraced by black! or white abolition
' ,, )0 BritainTind Ireland. It expresses apptchenitions : -i mob, by a sort of coup de main has anilwas rejected. The Civil and Diplomatic brief inspection of this \ boat enables mobs. The spirit of insubordination federal

.'\_ .. concerning the subsistence and lodging frustrated fora moment' the law, and | erhapsdeprived of Congress be thus plcrated, iii i England, bill was then taken up, and considered. us to say that her construction will give the authority, so strongly manifested in

'( 4 of such a great concourse of people, 1 citizen of his but the who should go there'.and: declaim against 9 most satisfction to the public in general, .being Boston, began in the press, in the pulpit,and
t: "and intimatesihat the milkmen will require 1 1t a property ; British institutions ? ''wns such incendiaries LETTER OP Mr. MADISON. the best adapted, to the outside passage at the elections, and in legislative resolutionsand

:! a double t-upply.of chalk and the takers of' law has not been finally overthrown ; it as these whom y.r. Clay would have The Virginia resolutions of '98-so often from her greater breadth of beam. acts. would be remarkable if, after
alum. "rise is it all their and sanctionsof
Jf '. wi again. Already assumingits preachings, teaching,
: brought to justice.Mr. quoted to sustain the claim of a right on the '
dignity and port and if it make the offenders of the Republican.] sedition, the whole community black and
; [Correspondence
f Noam C.uOLlS.l.The lute Legislature Mason Fugitive law as part of a State to secede at will, and as an white should not infected with its 'spirit.Mr. .
.., rncorporateil fourteen plank; road companies against its majesty and the assailantsol a dead letter. endorsement of that doctrine. by their author, 1'"LAu. March, 3rd,1831.Mr.i WtbstcrTal the first 'of the, citizensand
'i and four railroad companies. $5,000 was its power atone for their contumacy, it DREw : 'representatives of Massachusetts to
.. .:1 Mr. Dickinson thought tbe issue was Mr. Madison-being about to take the roundsof
: :. 1*, also appropriated, for a geological survey of will teach treason a lesson, vindicate its Dear Sir: Having a brief moment of leisure stem the current of fanatical sedition, and it
who wish the secession the following
. the State. made up and tried between those press, we copy
". proud and the I know of' manner in which to remains to be seen whether it has not givenrse
pretensions wronged ,
" ------ --- appease ed to see the law executed and those who letter from that. distinguished Statesman, to such a reaction in public sentiment
jr "DatiJ S. Kaufman late member its the short I have, at ,
of Congress litigant by retaliatory justice. while my
: resisted it, and that the litter had been de explanatory} of those resolutions and .the away as will abash and confound the at tatof&
l. 1\\ is paid i to hare died of a pistol ball We to have accounts of arrests command satisfactorily to myself than
'continu feated. address of the Virginia Legislature the more I learn from Boston thru the _chance of
wound received
ten years ago, a rencon- by the. of the Government at the with lind by Sumner's election ( U. S. Senator has been
agents complying request or
} letter is by your noting
; .:: tre in Texas. Mr. Hale remarked thai Mr. Clay had time of their pasge. This
. : scene of outrage e, and these arrests are made down such matters "lo me tbgod" diminished by J late occurrences, and that
after him in in an article published by the :1
charged him with always riling Intelligencer combinations: IIObe made whereby
: STRANGE questions arc agitated in the debating withput impediment either by the overt act I, for the columns ot your The some may
. clubs down East. The debate, with a view of contesting the palmof which paper says:_ Iifer. some national whig'or democrat may be.
UTya of "black the connivance of of this little is a
spirits or
':' What IS the difference between a/ac simile and eloquence. This remark of "The authority of Mr. Madison, so far business capacity elected. The reception which the slavery
and a sick family! 'A Id the next \vill be."What "white." We have, too, a proof that the oratory'Senator a slander which had from being in favor of the right of secession, matter of familiarity with your readers (or agitator, George Thompson, M. P. met withat

i ,- is the difference between the bridge of an English Abolitionist 'can become intolerable explained hiinvhich or the right of a State to resist by force the a great portion of them at least) already, so Springfield. is a proof that public opinionin
been circulated about was that and Laws of the United States thf interior of the State is correct. Mr.
4 : .sighs and the size of a bridge 1 to Massachusetts Abolitionists, Constitution this
that point
; he (Hale) ever took ocnsic to speak when is directly the contrary. The opinion of any thing on \TOUt appear Giddings has attempted to bring the assault

St r, Mrs. Smith an English lady, to Margaret when he meddles with our institutionsand the galleries were filled with: ladies. The Mr. Madison, as expressed in carefully superfluous. upon Thom pson before Congress,a*a breachof
the kitchen maid perils our in the rotton-eg- Inotice that of late an animated the of this member of
:1 : peace observation of the Senator the prepared paper of as recent date as August quite privilege parliament -
... ', Mrs. Smith.-Margaret! eing of M. P.George Thompson. We have, explained 1830, is most clearly expressed 'in controversy has been going on betweencorrespondents and a violation of existing treaty'' ob

';; l\largaret.-Marm. too, a hopeful scintillation in the resolves of slander. lowing extract from that letter: from this place in the Jack- ligations. The verdict of Congress will be.-
4' .i lrs.- Smith.-As it is Friday to-day, and Mr. Clay.-Do you mean to say that 1 "The Constitution is a compact; its text is "served him right." ,
"1 Mr..Smith and.myself are to dine out;you'd the municipal councils of Boston, which have circulated a slander about you 1 to be expounded according to the provisionsfor sonville papers in regard to the" steamboats It is to be noted as an important sign .of

?J. :t better stop the fish man and get some fish put to the blush some of the legislation of Mr. Hale.-Not at all, sir. expounding it-makir.g a part of the on the line between this port and that of Savannah the times, that the Democrat State Conventions

;;: : fQr dinner. the larger lights" of the Old Bay State regarding compact; and none of the parties can rightfully -but more particularly! with of New Hampshire and Connecti
; .' ;: Margaret.-Yes marm I'll get some nice the non-use of their prisons, inter Mr. Clay.-Well, what do you mean, sir 1 renounce the expounding provisionmore MAGNOLIA regr have planted themselves upon* the platform'
eels and fry 'em. Mr. Hale.-I will not answer any question than any other part. tOthe, new steamer ol the Compromise. A large portionof th.

.l. :. 'j Mrs.-Smith.-Margaret you may make dicts to State Courts, Sheriffs, &c. But even put to me in that tone, in or out of the "That the Legislature (of Virginia) could !recently been placed on the line. Thata national whig will ultimately* unite ,with

f pome toast for tea.if you like; here is some this action, faithless as it i.s cannot nullify Senate. I am not to be 'silenced or put not have intended to sanction such a doctrine, contrariety of opinion should exist on this them. lost:eO

"...i I. fresh butter, and you may put some on your the operation of the law, if the Federal authorities tall short (as that of nullification,) is to be inferred as well as on all otber is not to me '
: .t L'eels'jf, youlike.. down by any one, whether a or from the debates in the House mater STARTiNG "Give bid
: act to their duty in the premi. of Delegates from the fact that THE me a ,
at all surprising- no enterprise
i.. ;\'t t 'Margan.t.-TLank'ee. Mrs. Smith much man. He denied that he had any intentionof and from the address of the houses to geutlemen-some one start thee n".do
' .," .' : obliged to e. ses. The Fugitive law provides a way to of with their constituents the of the however deserving has s far bid if
; fc contesting for the palm pratory on subject reso ever g've us a TOO please-anything to
; .. :-"t-':" -.' f
'. .,: ..t' ;', .-V-": Smith gets ready to go and calls on Margaret let Congress further provide for the construction himself the entertained t of him were ably conducted, and are understood to unanimous approbation approval of who stood in a cart be was endeavoring to"
, r of Federal jail, or let the clause of,the revised press by most, .if; the communities that to sell.
or were
,. ;: ;ZlisSrnitb.-Margaret! by others, he freely admitted that there mightbe not all the speakers, discloses no rrer ncewbatever communit uAnything you please to' 'tart it." ,
the President refers in his
i." I, c Margaret.Y'II marm, in a few minutes. law t which message two opinions, but he did! not think he,stood to a constitutional right of an in- be afectcd by success or failure. It certainly "Is l dats all you wants I'll 'start her for

I Mrs. Smith.-Margaret! (impatiently.) requiring marshals t provide places or alone ; he did not think he ,would have to dividual State to arrest by force the operation does appear somewhat surprising tome you," udaim! ti a broad-backed countryman,.
Ji ; Margaret,hurries up stairs on' her bare security for slaves where the State prisons who of a law of the United States. Con- however, that in there ever did or applying his: shoulder to,the,wheel, andltiv-:
find the Cs
q feet with her stockings in her hand, and is are prohibited, construed. to the erecting get out of the Senate to man cert among the States for redreS against the could exist an exception to this general) ing the cart a aaJJeu'ph onward, tumbled'the.
:1't thus accosted by.her mistress : What 'on for Federal Then could say that of the Senator from Kentucky' alien and sedition laws. of usurped uctioner'7 over the ,side. 'Bythetimeiihe
i' L' li'eatth* are you doing with your stockings prisons purposes. we there was more than one opinion.! Whathe power, was a leading sentiment; and the at- rule, the magnificent steamerMagnolia should fallen auctioneer regained his leer the
(.it.t off this',time of-day!"' "Why, mann, you shall not have to rest upon popular caprice meant by saying that the slander againsthim tainment of a concert the immediate, objectof have been that exception. Disappointments, countryman had started too.* -
: told me to butter my heels, and I'm bin do- or State sufferance for the enforcement of .' the course adopted by the Legislature, jealousis, and direct conflicts with private -
L'.: ib' it.". constitutional requirements. These things was explained by the remark of the \"hichva that of inviting the other States ALL THE'SAME THING.-When Dr.'Jobn-
. ';", Mrs. Smith spasmodically shrieked for Senator, was that together they showed that 'to concur in declaring the acts to be uncon interests, a all must be aware, never fail to soft courted 1\1 rll.. l'orter"fhom' he after-
be done and should the
I the melling bottle, and didn't dine out. may more readilybe the Senator selected such occasions himself.Mr. stitutiona., and to co.operate, by the necessary be the all-controlling prompters of the human marri d,'he told her that he was of metn'extraction '
.I done when we have an Administration measures, in mind. Some such trouble hat and that be' had
Cass joined with. Mr. Clay in con- proper maintaining unimpaired or annoy no money, an
; Jenny UntTs presence in New Orleans wiling to do its utmost to maintain the rights the authorities, rights and liberties ance must, I am well satisfied,have been the uncle han eJ. 'The JaJf'. by way of redurciug
i" .' has produced a great Fenealion. The extravagant demnation of the recent proceedings, and reserved the States t and the herself'
. q of the South-a readiness which is conspicuously to respectively to to aJl" equality with the doctor
of the attacks insinuations
: 4 demonstrations of enthusiasm which of the Administration cause repeated ,
though an opponent people.1 That, by the necessary and prop replied that she had no more, money than
. evinced in the and
,: \ marked her advent io New York are being prompt indepen. expressed his belief that the President would er measures, to be concurrently and cooperatively and thrusts at the boat in question from certain himself.and; that, though she had not a relative

:L ': ,j re-enacted by the good people of the Crescent dent curs of Millard.Fillmoie in the Boston perform his duty, and have the law executed taken, were meant measures knownto well known quarters. The public:the hanged she had fifty' who deserved
.: t jCity.. It only shows the Oilcauians ,'
. ; Fugitive Slave as%. the Constitution, particularly the ordinary hanging.
., ,'. have hearts._ in spite of mobs or the prejudices of people : control 'of the People! and Legislatures of travelling as well a the business pub .-_ _: __,_i_; *f -
'f : The Whig Convention of Kentuckyhas North and that in time all would work bar- lic-are of course well pleased and gratified *' .
', lr Short prayerSj;fhort prayers,' said alieutteoant Stat the States over the Government of. the United ; "Boy, why don't yon go to school !
fiif r -t' to a sailor"wbo was on his knees on unanimously nominated Messrs. Dixon moniously. States, cannot be \oubted. at the advent on our southern waters ofa "Bekase, sir, daddy's afraid if I learn eye*

: .r board a man*of war, then preparing for im- and Thompson for Governor Lieutenant Mr Butler considered the general sentiment '.It i is worthy.of nd explanatory craft so net elegant, and faultless as erything now, I' shan't have anything to

\T' t I lediate'action. 'Mine is very short,' replied Governor; They will make a,strong ticket. of the Northern people as hostile.to of the intentions of the Legislature, that the Capt. McN ELTT'S steamerM G ou.l'. '..Thefew" learn when I comes to go to I he'cademy.l
'Jk 't : words not law, but utterly null, void, and
the'NiJor, 'only this, that the enemy'sBhot has bi-\"it
t ; Southern institutions and the I trips that she has already made to this When a man a right to scold ;
. :.it may be distributed like the prize money ,Rev. JOHN EARLE has received the nomination \\vou1 of no force"or effect,' which had followed, about his coffee! When he. bas sufficient]
be enforced.Mr. in of .the resolutions, the word 'uncon- place have been run with rapidity 'we in ,
1; "' -'the greatest share to the officers. by the Whigs of the 4th Congres- never one grounds.. I"
sional District of for Davis of Mass. said such a case stitutional,1 were struck' out by common con. this section of country are not accustomedto. ,i- s' "
:,1 1- No TIME FOR HESITATION. distin- Virginia, Congress. sent. Though the words were in but Fred, what n4"bext'
fact Your humble servant the was
might arise where, and he did not thinkit enjoyed Pleasure you running
::."' *r raiehed Connecticut Clergyman, famed for Hon. WM. L. GOCCIN ha been nominatedby any synonimous with 'unconstitutional, ,, to injued5ourhimbi1' ':
, W J his witticisms, dined one Thanksgiving Day the Whig Convention of the 5th Dis' called for the ,extraordinary proceedings guard against a misunderstanding! of this of embracing the opportunity''which MI was runnirig'bn'a'vagerJ" "

?.;, ;: \ with the senior deacon, who was in the hab trict. now contemplated. The Supreme Court phrase asmore than declaratory of .opinion fortunately offered itself wending his*way "You dont understand me-whatdtV. :- you-

. :. f!,. itaking blessings of a most wearisome had relieved Massachusetts from all obligations the word''un rstitutiolali alone wa're- homeward on her last,trip from: Savannah run 'against T! "

:; weight. On this occasion he forced was particu- The Democratic.State Convention of New to .execute this law, by saying 'that it tined. as not liable to't that danger. on board this steamer,'and he'is consequently Oh, exactly-T, ran 'against:. I; t.n
e r f lary and finally to pause "The
; prosy WI Hampshire have re-nominated their published the Legislature l '
f, :,1 td gain .new, supply of breath and words. Governor Samuel Dinsmoor rescind., was the duty.of the United States,, and pot to the people,.their aJdrEss' affords another to communicate to :the' public JUDICIAL WIT. Judge B.a_ witty oil
'i! ;'.: .; .,: The instant he stopped the pastor jsat down, ,haying of the,States, to execute it conclusive evidence of its views.\ The through the'medium of' sheet the' eminent :' 'fellow, after:spending-.'e% nio: with a

..,.;f i ; \ ant commenced rattling his knife :and fork. ed the nomination previously made ol Mr: Badger replied that the general proceedings address! warns.them against the encroaching satisfaction. he-thus derived. young lawyer, whose-office was in the second
',. : orthy k3on, ) much disconcerted the Rev. John: as a reward for a the General Government of his *
very Atwoo i in Massachusetts for spiritof' ; argues the The accommodations: Conveniences'of story building, .took1'> departure,
'! .1 by toe conduct of his reverend guest opened remarkable effort "to be or not to be" in favor many years unconstitutionalhy of"the alien and sedition and had got half way down stairs, when he
; .Lt one eyeand looking down at had now come. to crtsis and the questionnow acts; points to other instances ,'which'' the the MAGXOLU are 'seldom if ever 'surpassed stumbled arid fell to the'bottom. The young

;t'W.L' .' ed;"Doctor!'doctor l I'm not through" yet, I of any thing, or every,thing.on the abolition was whether the Laws and ,Constitution constitutional 'limits had been overleaped; -and 'very':rarely equalled; Her-cabin :'isspacious ,awyer, bearing the noise, rushed our, and'

on1j htt.t. 4'Uesitatt r"r1ie the question. or the fanaticism, the public Bar and dwells upon:the dangerous:mode of ,deriving /airy,'and-com rhoctious-and"'L.,' fitted seeing'the JutlgV lying on ho back at the

1* keristh. 'jtno'. time't hestt'DCI a tur ROBEHT RAKTOCIV who was. for some the Lctur Room, was to prevail. The power by implication; and, in general! presecs ,'up with a great degree of:Jastefulness bottoti'of the'lsialrsy" inquired,. in atone of:
the necessity of watching overthe f great anxiety t honor hurt? Tb&
Jj2* i i .: time after his election Senator have done but consolidating and -is ; 0our "
I -" "miMing" as might more, neatness handsomely" furnished
this time
'. ,iiES.rHave .you, enemie? coul tendency the ; Judge by 'bid'1Erte4.sfeetand ;
-.- straight,on,'.and ,io them .not. If G under the Massachusetts bargain, has ap not have' done less. nothing is fid that FeJeral'lolcBut d 'vitk berths, &c.She is.ntSo'weU'loprli looking np". ; he, replied .""No,' ,tat in-v'

block 4ip your path" around them, and peared and taken his seat in the Se ate.Pink Mr; Downs believed the law could be to look to.means of maintaining the, rightsof with state-rooms on the' "upper",deck, where legs. ate' ." k
doj'OurUuty' regardless $-tbeirspite. A of,Democracy as he i is. the Washington and bad been exec ted. : < (the States beyond the regular ao e! within ., the'invalid traveller,'as well!>as. those of Ca r "t! .. '? .._. ._.- .: _., i. -. '
iruutwho; has','no,:ei a ps is seldomgoodJTorjinjfthingj "the forms of the COlstubon! *' : P0xcii says that a f n rions.F.nclftih'proIit.
-w- Uoi'crnrefcrningtdthe oC( his election seclude
"i' '.. beJ ja 2e.Qf: ,tiuu kindrotwatenal means" COKGnESSIONAlJ" .llrn.v. further,lights'on the subject could naturally retiring disposition' ;can taut lately discharged his, servant,because be
.; .. lwhichas. -.s.'t ,r\'olked that every says': "The officc-reflects no' honor upon On the 18th; in the 'Senate,',')rr.-Morton be ; a"very Strong one'is'r,reflected in .theni 5e'v"' r way"from! the "noise 'sind con: had,a roman. nose. :"

S oqeliRsa baud juit. ,: !terling character, hi; it i is'a..dishonor t o.,the Senate, .that'-be.. submitted ; general: the answers t the i resoIutiorisby.the: .Sttewhich fusion \Vbi pervades the Ms mb "'per- .
..: who.tluttks |hiinsellaluk.j'rnks reslutons'pi'. against them:, The Professor Forbes slates the:Irish to be taKler
it. ;
one, ; ashethinks ,ul fill ] lrotestad chance:of the crowd ot'pasengers, ,collected. '
assembly off '
;: orof'the l on the than eitherhngfltsor
eDei ay | ''fewl l average
. isahaysaureto.be; .i. the's beyond a : geneial
Theyartasflece8saty.- ; 'CommodoreStockion has been'elected to estoblistrnent of a burein of"gricul- complaints i inflammatory tendency below.. ;. ThIs certainly' is a convenience that the'&1ch':' .Having; 'measured ft'thousandof '

.,' ibey.keep him. ,alive:and. b'm.reh. al the JJnited.States Senate in \ Jersey, afterseveraI -, ture at the city cityofYashingtoriy! .i were the resolutions- directed against.the assumed we of ,Florida are unaccustomed to?',in Our >vh'nation.- English, Irish a d'Sc, 'b'
__- _______ -,- .' : of' : own'l latituile. 'officers: of the boat he:'gives'1 the follO\vin.'u '.atenp"'
authority The
i' close ballottings.. referred tto the Committee ,on ,Agriculture Legislature ,to too "
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t sage .westerft judges sufler .. : i of eachi ; SatlTliiehta'fScotch'
r declare n lawof the,Uni\\ d"tates',,uncxrtsiitutioual'which"jhey r egenIfrrne4ineYcry1seiise i of-the "word( .height : English
:f *i.ibtij ,at time ";writes7one' .who Sjeak Cblbhas.writtenra. ,lengthy ,let-' ant ordered' to bei printed; _, v..v/ : ; pronounced an .uhwdtraitstizejnterferencewzthtbeexclusja ,' 64..--t'; 'Irish 70 j"an"dthe.. ag ?W"

4s: : n .- tVI J 'lrr,the condoct osomeamot'g ter, i in reply,'Jo. an )"invitation to attend, the ..jAlaoj I ; a.resolution *of< the. Leislatu''ofJzsbment 1 i :: jurisdiction j Capt.' McNtLtr'ever' has an eyeHo the' comfort .e'eJl. ,-',, years.'. .
'L, I sk l m.but'bavng in their! :.midst i;'lean ; |h, State'of"FloridaJni; favor'ofHhe'estab 1 oTTtto Supreme' Court the of those aroand him, well as to'''the t-'r:l.t
witness Jive 'of the Union_celebration .in Macon pnJheV22d_ulf., ( : Umte 4fi attempting to carve fowl oft.rdayanAmerican j'
lit \4u to following' of a,tn-weekly..taiI' Detween; ?,Mar. States.. ,* :>:Had tbe.resolulipns/beeJK manageraenVof f he"rioiblevesse\Tthat; ? \ .he Jsso a
in which! he highly applauds the organization : settle found considerable diffienltyr(
i in this
1i, < A..farmeiesidiug :re* as arpwing I .and roaintaing I a'rightih.fin'inidividual : fortunate"to'.command. The clerk i
rianna ,
;pion)&nc r ,: 'during' the.sttind, ofdhVCircutt of a Union i party"jh .Georgia;,'and, bids :, and' Ochesee: .and between Marian na .State; (fo arrest'by-force( ','the 'execution .' : ; separating its-joints*and exelawned against' J 1
'4 fi' t I Codrt, a parr of Ius corn fed to effort goolepeed. He ,alludes to.:the. :Qe; and Abe's Spring Bluff in jhatStaje; which' of a l law O'Vth&Uiiited 'State !it'{must MJ'ROnMA ;''seems to viev i ;tnihthe. : the man _who sold hirn an' old ?-'- ''. \
IWII: .be'lieaieii dtjwa in'- 'regular l tr k of or } was referred' td the"Committee'.on''the :Post be presumed'that'would! have been a> ge'generous niniandzV'himote *bis\" efforts to<='pro young thicken.- ;.wMy;;'Jean'VeaMi1: \ Hm tn-

F aweJr paces,mlensth: ; as}if Vy tbe'.rahging: ing hopes.of. ,the dl lstsottbeSutbJ Dffice and "Post Roads' ,;,'and'ordered. ''to, be'prmtt. spicuous.pbjectof.tbeic.dcnuiiciatiob.J. '' :CQn: .t thVpleasure' and,comfort' 'of those with1whp raged man' wifei-'Slon't'talk' d nittch!about
,Lw L of *ome a'aimal to-and fro: A iixi6us 6;deecTUucaose'he and the rebuke give by Georgia in ,recent er : % j- (, ., *ijt,_ < 1 theag d and rapectabl Mi''B.hesowIthe '
:M e'nsconcej himself, one day CohyiBntion'eif 1 ctiony 'He.say:that'upon : : a ; n't C1te'; legislature of "' Ii '' ., mhe7 brought ia, 'contact! ,:arid lyo first'j&tch'o/com that wks. planted.inbatvl
a" Florida,'in favor of a ? bPJahd: for "Maj'Richa _PpTlard!I :AibemVle I cpi .,,, dping i : himself a'tona'/t/fe,entertainer: our town.1I. ; lknoW'.tha1" ,! .a: i bbl; v ,aii oheed ut.Ibi the platform,of obseyance:.of. the: Coip- -ji.tl-r. i_. ?-\ dr- ** ? .. i royes
( ? hu ip tdjoufzimeit 't the AlligaIoraiid Jacksonville 'pla kri1" 1 '; / .. -,* }ngt .he- .'wrorterly 'as, A pleasant!)agreeable Disposition! ; an* :Jongexperience" I I t\ *Tind? r>efiete> thati hea. jcratcljed''i"
', promise; 'ihe.:.,Union* UtJwilIn'ot1Ieav .wh5chTwasv'referred i''to 'the' 'Ufr.- -.* *. ;* !-
; Jhe 8 Arrve4i:41 ; :tq'beR I '
1' ciioj1ipF roa.blpg C rge Aaa public 1t>;the dies,-ijt r1atiij'st1mhoa 'to' : .1 .
: t 1b t : g rgrvely their} t: foot faf," roynd Public Lands;:and ordered to'be jiririfedv.s: :: ypi! c inl ; t' < \, -,- '_, ." .; ,t ..
U'orJ ,, fl'r .teems"o kk'ibaft'
i" Qp 111Ami'ewJ : ;,. rendered "
1 w ; : azr oftj1ft toitnd. u ; : j* ';* -j,' :Also, a pramtlead. TsotU'ldf' tf.'Thi ---" J'tk : \ A o :>-"\Yelt ,Y''," iiid 'ajiT .tp\
yjjDj.ln. .. __ ; .
...i'cA' aal.. chIp ? "! I U 1 O-I I 'i I I )i|f' fk "WfV legislature .:Floiida,1w placing K frtJi61-\b matt forthestation Ite'octuj&i toiiii' rchTnof some'th tM'y&f oofnjasiy

,Jrpoj jlspocettThe, "fjttton ;,.eld'of_i Ji 4keLWasntdDbtweei, .: of,bofeys Jto' show-'the-'cbaDnel' ..overMptjB5to ti ,.dminitratzcn of: t'n Barel' ,} bthi,4eligMM't&ute. '-.'i'h -:trw fe?Mr'. ,,,*vrliaVdMl yon od MyonritocU

,' .bainceJ: itriistahVoD: ;: Jus' Sn1tof: "Norft. Carolina iifiJ' Inwfofr AJa. bar j'whiehj i vcr*referred,-% :'thiCommittee %. a 'th.JrQii; .i (\zoRi; s Tioj1" a 1' mirahly,4lealAtt' {' tthi.ahT&i 4". iiit tb am ft\i i 1" Y.ndf'fatJii.eti\ '
"' ., kvpiiIt: ft1rUna/w; tcHing JtsrJewnt!, out*o| ;'k"or44sokeDIth&Wicrfl ; ( 1 : : btj .r" < )"' : tb hTfllM4bITottiI Eg; :rtiow!;
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5 ') .4., .:' jar,dowiV:*'1' *"if Has. it The Jarmerroided J rty.Twd ifotIere-excbnged r i ; of,Florida'prayin 'for :i''aoniUtioo aiania4tic' Hoy '.r \ jWm. :--..; --:' d. Jttc11baralJ. .htk, 3hUiS J l.is, .T ,i.Ci iti ft6.t :Ji ( '

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It L5bertjT JI.a& I p. .week, \Y'dnesdgy at lead .J"d.bd eaeieutsuet4co,;tpev- :_- US''WatoreMda .
the i ; : .Florida. .11y .ook'iIhmzaoek' \1WsrrjorFnifle'Io farm tbeeCTiec tvMMd." ": .<..f18 WLto tb a_. ate4 ', .-"., ,
city are' : o f rr. j:... .: .tteckyFprdv'! Eaupriir.' -', "emmt1'&lid_ "... _0 fC'.Dated; ; ''- CSlvae4J 'H. A.ua.Ii fit.JaW'"r: 1M..wtla1.nu. '

of : :U p 1 : ttdioa, 18.. .. -.- .. \V rwaabtu.1Jetr'ftIQI eoaa- 'F nij sot. lie reesirs4 t&fsj $."MW .*$ o.a. ,,
: *y.by 8 p m next Friday, tt)miles : -. qf'Ceriftcat on as lelD&ef"with tsp1s
drtl. rhat 1t man M the ;-
the &
\ .A-ndbeek 6 ..m .j.or" eeru w 812IL ,.
Ga. let- between a in Monday and 12 ia -
in all future
h, the fll ; next Bs that bole well Ute ... .
. for the transportation'of the Wfdnesd3r.70 acquainted with IWaDtOrvabove : aie&j. -, X
of \
.. He'! PropoeaLrto at named and tfceir 'and that they
ia ease, to the lowest commence .WacasassaartfiD"vited property, sot-ftr the
every for faithful ; [See 3323 J: aw wfficient sad.able to make good their par retica wi&ho arcIeny.C goaranto fir
guarantee 5T From Tampa at 12 1 .inty, -- knowing that they see .!
Ort week
'other reference to 'the mode ,Saadaj; adIciea&
a 6ertam resprosibIty aa4 all bldmliin.
fu' IcJnopaebelaflla and [ ; onm ...
Jemipll .
than be to ; gne9 tots
cl\ may necessary- wretie are distinctly aotleI. _
set '
To Ie1louYiIe bo 12 .
m .
offer Wednesday, a failure .
celerity certaintaDd 'JICn- 0 eater labor perform dM ssstsos t. I\
\ 1UJ miles -
cba ) ) was- \ a1iun ; nor shall anyMiew And back betw; .n 2 IT'.' (ICTION8 the prap. far.In the sosipsad .th h.t
; II"WednefdajDd "
be required to porehai"e"out legal 1isb&lifr, wilI"eafoneaI _
12m next ap u..c ,.
J neJ, ,the toek, or vehicle of any, S523 From.Tampa Saturday.6am Embracrag: ierttii Ji'ioa& vhicJ_vM_le Tb. .w be auW'flyJa ba :
"' once a week ThBrs- larms ,
tion 'to God for the name route. day ," ,incorporated the 1J.Itract.; --.n' fa this,Depsrlass'sq3 '- ,
and Ia
be careful read the form
He knelt To.Manatee by 12 m.next: day,42 miles. L Seven particularly MirttaMd fataK. *** .-- -?
to this advertuementThey miaate ale Allowed for opeaiav ud iastzRctioiul sad '
for cot state. ,in their-proposals, the And next back between ts a Tuesday- ,and Am' closing the malls at an offic*when no particular aoi deamb roots conditions the euatrae&en; sad is all Will hi ,_ .

( ; intend to convey the mail. day. tilDe is tpeeiled; but on rilreM-ssfd a&ealDbo sited to deliver the .silg Into t t ,'
5525 From.Talla ted ecse
: the weight of the-mails or the- na e at 7 a m tri-weeklyrMc- rontn their is to be no men delay than is DeQeIl&- the end1.ftberO.t.$3d1flt.I1 tM eIIee"%. :
: the schedules shall require it, 'day"We4nesday.andFridar.;.- ry to deliver and reeeiTe the. "_ oItbsa.1gbty.
D he made for coach steamboat ( .Mark's by 12 m,22 miles; 2, The mail is to be *onr T d to preereaeet.puaeDgen" I- ,thSTflh1SdS $
female, the' be and And back between Z,lit and 7 p ..', and to their entire hi N '
i as case may ; .exclusion BALL, Ccwcr
f ; bids Proposals to extend to Newport are invited.: weight and bulk reoaire it. -- \ Pod
the route will be let to pro- 5530 From Office Departa entIee 18, O.1t
subject of conveyance. In all other Tallahassee at 7 a m teiweekly.'Mon.dayT .' JLPo office Uanlu mail bags uti the special J.aL 16. Ja. .
be assigned to bids-propoim- and Friday; a agents of the Department, on the exhibition of 4'01K
: i ; the of transportation. To Newport by 1 p m,19 miles; their credentials,' are to be conveyed without further
; And back between 2pm and 7 m. .Am"aM" tfe..JaCbonIrVIIIO ..
Bar. notified p mail line
) charge on 'admitting or meh
: are specially .coo-.
t ; that bids are to be understood aa in- 3331 From Tallahassee at 7 a in-.twice.a week. ,reyanee.. -, tC S, BrnPJaoTua, PriIster.3, : _;.
of each office on the line of Sunday and Wednesday; 4. Mail agents are to be conveyed- without -
rather not of a mile BrWttkeenah,' Perry, Stockton.-.Mosely charge on the principal railroad and steamboat Felt 1rm1L3X. .Vim. 2tb. Mr. O.r'i.1ori.
For I His right proposals over a quarter for office more Madison C. H.: Colampas, line,'where the size of the ''uafl and the number .N y 26th. R.Vo.J. K. llsyIls,1& .
milo off will be considered. Mineral Springs and Little River;' of the offices will require their emptoynenl by the aagairja. 27th. J. M.Dsv1atc.i 8. SU
I To Alligator by 12 m next days,122 miles; Department;_aial In that cue,'a separate apart- George li.grrt,FU. '2h. R. H.MeLe**,Mint' .
(or carrying the mails of the And back between the arrival-of?Jacksonville meat, for the exclusive ute of the Depaclnent aad < B. \v. Killaray.'Mrs. )HarriBctosi aad '"

Feb. "from the lit of July, 1851, mails say at&p m.. Monday and agent, for the assorting and safe-keeping of the 't'JBKrWS; .- -, U'ttlwJ.Sike. JotaS-WiB-; ".
Wright 1853 inclusive in Florida, ThUrSdaysndl0pmuextdays.PrU1sa1s .' mail,ifl to bo provided bythe contractor under I.. 41kMess, TiHaiiaaisli< .
: the contract office nf the Post to embrace White Springs in'teUof .direction.ortbe rtmen&k I ,". ? 4. ...i roM6'. NY ; .e.oLl
Little Hirer; win be considered} also 5. In an there be : Tkooaz.c. -y.Ct. zece.ey. Teen.10f4'
\ in the city Washington, caw u to a lorfeitnre of the i
being 1st of April, 1831, (to be deci for supplying Little River in such" case oncea pay of the tnp'when the trip to not ran ; and of1 : :.3 t"ot.ldat.h &BThe.m.n....na.4-
: i his week from White r..1L'F.Tbai ': ,
Springs. not than
more three-time tbetrtf1 ffe
of 1 April the jonteand thepay.of/
!: > the third time herein;) on specified vii 3552 From TaUahatsee at 6 a m twice.,a week. when the trip i*not ran,and no cuffieient excuse : *F- t..f.t.. P.eksttsadTAdyG.E4
entered : 'Monday and Friday; .- for the failure ia furnished a forfeiture of at least OW,i.Y4..M..PrIcaTs. lrdAlmadtt'B,1'LJ.MaakerC. .
FLORIDA. By Mkkosukee and Sontherland; one-fourth part of when the running or aniva' N. Z.wamTSaJaiid :
I ; : To Monticello by 6 p m,3C miles; ia so far behind time as to loo the eomexioc Zetiuiw, .*kjLj.jdia .
.. : j J at 2 a m once a week, And back between o a m and next Fl*. M
6pm .
-"- ;! daf with a depending mail; and a forfeiture a do .-L .
Mass. ? : 3333 From TallaUssee at 6 a m week out --_-: II'asners
once a proportion when grade service te render: -
:: and Kirkland; 'Tuesday; inferior to that in the contract. These forfeiture perr Baaass BtOTS. 4

: ; : l;: : : ; Engli-h I '. by 12 m next day 90 miles;11 By CentreviJc Manning, and Duncansville may be increased into penalties higher amount. By THE )fsceo.ta Feb. ._Mrs.'irs. .'

rotten 1pm Thursday and Ga. ; according to-the nature or frequency of the failure i, Coke Mr*. .be. A.Braatly, KiM n.M" .
:! : : in this To Thomasulle, Ga., by,7 p m, 40 miles; and the importance of the WaiL ", eBeet.., G ,.lI,G. W;W") _
covered scmi-wecklv serviceare And back between A and 7 p Monday. 6. Fines will be imposed unless the delinquency Fr _- Lady aDd&. Capt.BlaakensIdpj,Dr '
}: -this : at 2 1-2 jp m twice a 3334 From TaQalassee 3 a m tri-weokly Monday be Matirfactorily explained in due time,for Tailing Charles G. M4C.hemey.. Mr. ik..MIalI\oeitL ,"

:)';and Thursday Wediesday, and Friday; to take from, or deliver at, a poet office,the wa11or Feb. .-. Cohen aadScrrC; Kobert J: -.w
of by 7 1-2 p m. 18 miles ; By Salubrity and Qniney; t any part of it: for suffering it to be wet injured Muker.Vance. : ..
to of : arrival of Savannah mail To Bainbadge Ga., by 2 p m,46 miles; I lost, or destroyed; or conveying it in a March 2.-D. Stark Mr. A Abbott. T.- MunIt- : a

ted was with 12 m. And back between p m 1 uesday,Thursday t place or manner that'exposes to depredation, der,fr.l'riee, C.F. Co.e.1fr.Maury.SHiP ; 'Jfi
twice a month,in steam and Saturday, and 3 a III next days. I t loss, injury ; for refusing after demand to convey .

Proposa for 3 additional weekly trips are a mail by any coach, railroad ear, fir steamboat
} was Indian River San Lucia Jup invited. which the NEWS.
contractor regularly ran the
serious Key Largo, Indian hey, Key 3533 From Talahassee at 6 a m once a week route beyond the specified number of tripe on in the -''. -

the ; : Harbor Sarasota,Tampa. Friday contract and for not arriving at the time set i and PORT OF J..fCXBONVILLE
thrown' St. Marks, Apalachicola, St. By! Benhalcn Shell Point, and Pawtuxet; for setting tin or running an express to transmit 4 .
St. Andrew; To Sopcloppyby 8 p m, 45 miles; commercial intelligence in advance of the mail ENTERED.J. 4',-

; And &acl between bam and 8pm Thura- penalty will be exacted equal to a quarter's pay. Feb lSeh h Ben Nevis,Miner, NY' ;
his lay; 7. The Postmaster General may annul the 44 ZnleUe.Candare. ."it'll',
cif he ll for sections of the above 3336 From N'wport.t 6 a In once a week, ThursdayS contract for repeated failures; for violating the %. Vote*.Maiae J
considered. Bids to specify a port office law; for duobeyin the instructions & N '
; ; Brig Russell Mayo, T .
arrivals and departures Byvoikeenali ; of the Department; for refusing to discharge a .
{ at 6 a m once a week ToMorticello by Cp m, 32 miles; carrier when required by the Department; for assigning CLEARED. "- 4

Feb. 21, And bask between o a mAnd 6pm Wednes- the contract without the consent of the 23-UrirAdellilaFreemaa '. .
i of by 12m, 20 miles; day. Postmaster General or for setting up or runningan Feb RJone8, Holmea.PaiUd'a .;
A fugitive I p m and 7 p m. 3537 From Qnincy at 4 p m, or after arrival of'mml express ad aforesaid- 25-Brir Jefiersoo,WiDey, Key Wed ...
the twice a week Sundays from Baiubndge once a week, Tuesday 8. The l'Wlhnuter: General may alter the contract 2fr-Sehl4ary ";. HetehUai,NY''f. .; '.
., after arrival of Steam- ; and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro *-arqlle James hail.,Whit., Nary Bay -.-.#!I t
saw a 10 p m ; Apalachicola by 10 p m next days, 70 rata inerea. of compensation within the restrictions -SebZalette.Caa4afe.Ny .
: fled by Branch, Barber's and Ocean miles; imposed by law, for the additional service 1 seen. And back between-I a m Saturday and 9 ain required, or for the increased speed if the employ : 4C 0...
: by 4 p m dext day. 70 miles; next days.Proposals ment of additional stock or carriers u rendered Savannah fc Palatka.. Stei.er,7. -.

: between 1pm Mondays and for semi-weekly and tri-weekly necessary; but the contractor may in such case, ';jl .
black and 7 a m next days. service will be considered. the timely
relinquish contract, on notice, if be -st-
: ;, ul at 1 p m twice a week Mon 3538 From Quincy at 12 m once a week Wednesday prefers to the change. The Postmaster General -
l Ys;. ; 1 may annul the contract or curtail the service The New and Superior Fait Stem-Pack
and Springs, Orange Lake < Ia, To Seclndo by 3 p m, 9 miles: and,pay, when he wishes to dispense with. the
,Hotnmoras.aa, and Spring Hill; And back between t a maud 11 a m. service, in whole or in part or place a higher or MAGNOLIA,
outrage on 10 p m next Wednesdays and 3539 From Qhiucy after arrival of mail from different grade service on the route be allowing will resume her' trips by leaving sraana1 ._
J l 159 miles ; Baisbridge, say at 7 p m twice a week one mouth's extra pay on the amount dispensed Thursday the 27th inst ,and wffl leave Palatka
2 II Mondays and Thurs Tuesday and Saturday; with. ,- on Saturday,Jacksonville oa Sunday mon .
slave p m next Wednesday and To Chotahnochee by 12 p m,21 miles; 9. The payment will be made through drafts ing thereafter eontinaing to leave regularly every ,,,
And back between 2am and 7 a m ednes- on post offices or otherwise, after the expiration week. --:
great at 5 a m twice a week Sun- day., and 4 p m and 9 p m Sundays. of each quutery in February 31ay, August, For freight or passage having superior a.modation .- "**
in .' ; 3340 From Chatahoochce at a a m twice a week, and .November. ,,apply on board or to the Arantsi ;" *-' .

of police! iewnansville, and EUis- Sunday and Wednesday, from 13th of October 10. The distances are given according to the FERNANDEZ, BISBEEJtCO..... .**.
to 13th of J nne of each year and at 7 best information; but no increased pay will be JaduonvilU.GEO.'COOLET. :-
; Deputy by 9 p m next days, 90 miles; am race week, Sunday,from 15th of Juneto allowed should they prove to be greater than it ; PSeolatsv' --:*
,: read 4 p m Mondays and Thnrs- 15th October ; advertised, if the places are correctly named. R. R. REID CO. Pi1A. } .' '.
m next Wednesdays and Sat 13.1 Ocheesee. Blounistown, Riukoe's Bluff, 11. The Postmaster General is prohibited by COY. Black Creek. .- .

and lola, and Fort Gaducn ; law from knowingly making a contract for the Feb. 27. .m.
and ] for each part of this route To Apalachicola by 11 a 'm Monday and transportation of the mail with any person who

Aewnansville, are invited. TbuwJay, 15th of October to 15th of June, shall have entered into any combination, or pr0posed Notice.: "' :;:.o1, 4
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!! United at 7 a m once a week Tues and ey 6 a m Tuesday residue of year 150 to enter into any combination to,prevent I -
: in one miles; the making of any bid fur a mail contract by any I will pay a fair price. CASH'for aMikh oe4 .
Fort Butler, and Enterprise ; And back between 10 p m Monday andTbutid4T. other person or persons, or who shall have made Cow-one that is gentle,wfll eat siopr ;O'i

by 7 p m next Thursday, ,and 12 p m next days 15th of any agreement or shall have given or performed, fce. J.. McROBERT- BAKER- -,, _,
October to 15th of June and between 10 ain promised to give or perform any consideration Feb.27. tf : ;
person .Jo'f 7 a m Friday, and 7 p m Wednesday, and 12 m Friday residue of to do, or not to do,any thing whatever to induce -eA .
: f'd. A year. any other person not to bid for a mail contract. Notice. .'
rongij'1'. arrest of at 7 a m once a week, Tues Proposals to commence at Bainbridge are 1 Particular attention u called to the 28th section LL PE&SONS an forewarned not to trsuZcr '

of invited; also, for tri-weekly service, 15th !1 of the act,of 1336 prohibiting combinations to for'a certalaBotejpTw. U Heary .5
I( : of October to 13th of J uoe. I prevent bidding. Skimp for the amount of Forty Dollaw.dated< (M_ ;
Davis for by JO a m next Any 130 mile; 3541 From Bainbridge Ga ,at 3 1-2 p m twice a I 12. A bid received after time to wit, the let near a*I remember) Feb.8th,1851;said note be- .-

1pm Wednesday, and 3 week Tuesday and Saturday: April next,at 10 a m,or without the guaranty required ing given for a Jaone wl I load toWawond' .I .
(See 3503.) j. By Chattahooche; Marianiia, Senrlock'0 by law,or that combines several routes in and nseleav, and.retmted. 1 will not.pay lbs .
1 at 6 a in once a.week Spring, W bbvmc. Campl>cllton, Geneva one sum compensation, cannot be considered in said note oaUlI am compelled by law. -- ,- -
; on Ati.., Gent'ville, Fa., Almirante'Milton competition with the regaalarpropoal: not adjudged Feb.%.- WILLIAM H.FDTCH: -*? :
man. by 6 p ra; and Floridatown ; to be extravagant. -, _'. ,v .
To 6 am and 6 p m, Tues To Peiuaeola by 4 a m Tuesday, and Friday 13. A bidder may offer,where the transportation Notice. '-,
rioter ,230 milc?: called for in the advertisement is difficult or -
: was Smyrna on the first Friday of And back between Sam Tuesday and Fri- !impracticable at certain seasons to substitute an ALL PERSONS indebted the estate at

F who gave ; dajuaiid 7 p m Thursday and Sunday. inferior mode of conveyance,or to intermit service Child deceased late of Mkmnopy.
Court and Jupiter; ProposalS to run direct to 1an&un. Tin a specified number of day, weeks months. He Florida are requested to make immediate pay,. ,
: the negro 12 days, 300 mile ; Brown's FrTY.l1re invited. may propose to omit an office that is inaccessible meat and aH persons having claims against tM_ .
the 13th and end of each 3342 From Mariouna at 6. m once a week, or is not on the stage road, the railway or at a estate should present them for .xanuaatk with* p
Thursday : steamboat landing, as the rue may be ; or he may in the timepruerjbe.l by law.toEOBERT '-
a at 8a m once a week, Mon- Dy Orange liai.llolmes's Valley, and Chestnut offer to substitute an inferior mode of supply in A. caru>r E'r. s..
TOX. '
Feb.% 6t :
R Hill; such ea.oes. Hit may. propose different days and y.
.Af.DFR .
\).18 ,Fort IJl1rlt'e,and Fort Crane; To Uchec Anna by 5 p m next days,JM hours of departure and arrrral provided no more -
bv 8 p in"next day,63 miles; miles; running time is asked and it is ob1'ious.tba&. no In Dural.Circuit Court: .
has Sam Wednesday, and 5 And back between 6am Tuesday and/ mail annexation or other public accommodationu CHANCERY. _
next He ask for more running timeto
; of 3' m days. prejudiced. may Jane '
Ban. .
\\ extend to Flemlngton will be 3543 From Mariaana at 9 a m once a week, "Saturday the trip, during specified number days at ) DIVOKCX. ..
vs. > ..
certain seasons of peeu.liarly.bad roads; bat beyond :1
i pared: by at 7 a m once a week To Ochesee by 6 p m,30 miles; these changes a proposal for service different James BalL ) __ h'_._
of a : ___ And back between 12 in and 8pm Friday. from the advertisement will prevent its being TT appearing to the Court by affida vinnade. '-
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of the) .Fort Fanning,andv acosa.'wa; Proposals for semi-weekly service, to connectat considered in e>mpetition'with a regular bid not .1. this ease, that Defendant Jasaee Ball re* .9
) custody by 7 p in next days, 110 Ucbcsee with No. 3540 are invited. set aside for extravagance; and where a bid eon- sides out of the State of Florida. and in the' State"-, .

i 3544 From Marianna at 7 a in once a week, tains any of the above alterations, their disadvantages otGeorgia, '- .
6 am Friday and 6 pm Tuesday ; will be estimated in comparing it with other It II 'Oriltrrtl That the hearing of the frets:
Marshal ib'Calhoun G. II.; proposals. charged in said BiD of Complaia&'be-bsd'-t tha A,
be end Wacasasaa are invited; Apalachicola by 7 p In nest day,90 miles; 14. There should be bat one route lid for. in mproposal. expiration of three months from the date of tifc'
at Sante Fe. (See S323 and And back between 7am Thursday, and 7 pin order Pri idtd That a copy of this order..

next day.Proposals la. The route-the service, the yearly pay, the publIshed in some newspaper printed lathe tows. .
< or of the \ at 6 a m once a week for semi-weekly, and also for tn- bidder's name and residence and the name of each Jacksonville for the space of three month b-,for. .
that he ; weekly service, will be considered3345 member of the Arm, when a company'..often ,the time set for the hearing of this ease, .

Wacahootie. and Fleming- From Milton G a m once a week, Wednesday -. should distinctly stated; also the mode of conveyance THO. DOUGLA.8..J84p.- ;". .
and ,if,higher mod*.than on horseback it I. V. GAXSIK. Cktlv -
t\ I : 12 m next dav, 57 miles; By Coon; Hill and Nathansvilte Ala.; intended. '- .'. .. Fib..21,11: ,leb27..3i. ,-.. .*-;.. :
m 1 pm Thursday and 8 p To Sparta Ala., by ti p m next days,70 '16. The Lid.boatd be sent under seal adireseed 1 -, 'f! .
I i Auctioneers : {
miles; to the First Assistant Postmaster General, with- '
embrace Mieanopy will be con And back between 6am Friday and 6 p m ,Mlair Proposals in the State or Territory, of A BE requested 0 notice the roDowiDi u'"
_" the face of the letter and :!
force next days. written on ; Assembly. .AD who cIesin Ie b.
the most at S a m once a week Satur- 3346 From Milton at 6 a m once a week Wednesdays -. should be dispatched in time'to be received by or terms extended according to Sestion S of u. &ct, .
at 10 o'clock A.M. It -
before the lit April next bOdLJOIINBEAItD' c -
of the : by 1 p m.26 miles; By East River and Alaqua ; should be guarantied and .the sufficiency of the must P'neW Coaqul3er.

' peace. '" 2 P 111 and U r m. I To Uchee Anna bIll p m next Friday, 89 guarantors should be duly certified. (See forms) .TsllaFb..Z11ANameRL&1toTyeftheMvrTu4dz'a, .
at 5 a m once a week Fri- I miles ; '" 17. The'eontracu are to be executed by or before '
( Feb. 21 And back between 6 a m Saturday and 6 p theM July next. r ; .r
e Shoals; m next Monday. 18. Postmasters at offices situated upon or near ud
$Ferry by 6p m.3S( miles ; 3347 From Alaqua at 6 a m once a week, Friday; railroads,but more than eighty rods from a depot, in forte relating to the"appointment} :.

5 a m and 6pm next day. To Geneva,Ala., by 6 p m, 45 miles; I will immediatelY" after the 19t1t April next report duties of Auctioneer. *.. .- j
tor at 1 p'm once a week. Wed And back between 6 a maud 6 pm next day. 1 that fact to the 'ep. ent..stating their exact SECTION i; iBe It-enacted by th.J Senate I\ .-
qovernm 3548 From Holmes'Valley 6a m once week* distance from the railroad depotand: bow,otherwise House'of Bepretentativa of the State of
laws of Springs Jasper, Jennings, Belle Friday; '* ,. supplied with the mail, to enable the Port- ia General AMy convened, That FJodcIai"
hi and of I order by 8 p m next Friday 96 Andbaek between 6 a m and b p in next day. made from the railroad by mail messengers- ,from' :the\")u amaait of soles,exeept sale.eotio j"

1 3549 From Pensacola doily at 5 p m; and. after the let July next. not u.9td.,Kf va which there shall.be_a tax of. ..
i heartily
Sam and 12 the act of.Mitch 3,1815,the rote '
Saturday, Dr Ulake11 Ala-;' 19.Under ODe w.lf or one ref 'en'- :
: to To Mobile by 11 am next'days,'67 miles; is to be let to the lowest bidder tendering sufficient SB i. J. Be H farther enacted,Tkal .CU-, .>
on all. to commence at Mineral Springs, And back bet ween. ,12. m,and 7. in,'next guaranties for faithful performance without other Awst.Bil< shall l.o'Mses* d or levied y lay .w
l. (&3531.) day'." reference to the' mode transportation than maybe county or iawrporaW.l town or city ia this 8ta.tegrettr .
: r at 6 a ra once week,Monday; 3350 From Key West at 8 a m on the 5th of each necessary to provide for-the due celerity certainty than 'weutJive .pre centum apon'tit: .'
S ', Ferry and Rauterson's Ferry; month ; ,and security of such transportation. 5tatetat. : -,...
\ the }Jre Village, Ga., by 0 p m next""Wed. By Key Vaccas and J India Key; AVhen fce lowest bid proposes IIlOdtt'of conveyance &..$ no 1't\lriJ1itlU 'Tbi'aD'.AM. c "
; use miles;' To Miami by the 10th of the same month, that ia inadequate for the route in respect tioeer wbo bars hertuor* Mea 'appOIntMuc4.
1 ; i between 6 a m Thursday, and 6 p 200 mil *; to the certainty,security,and oelenty of the .1IC'tI isv and w'oIIi bsv.'p.tydeilvcd ot -
1 And back between the 15th and 20th of each mails aside from any accommodation. -for-travel- and aU APLte1IeV. who shall.Morafter .

i, ; I commence atBlount Ferry arc ; months ._ 1twil1no1beeuh1tSedtthtoZ.Wbenthe : -. be appointed.'heI4 their.e.. .a1s_ ..- '
; : Bids to run by a differentcneauie L'-, ,----4--_---*- bid does. not name_. a. moo L "- resr$6v1J,lbs_jr; 1ic5 O'4'S.rn- -- ; .
:? : & Journal. Spring at Ii a m once a week. 'in: withtho Havana rout at, Key West, yeyanee it will be'taken-* wwersiooaw- oefor ftdrrl : ., .1'.. v :- ; <

!, : i &, F,L. ; ,-and with the New Smyrna, route at Miami the' lowest'inodo' conveyance to 'Wi1. onhorseback. s; eth.GeMnJxbIy. -' -
considered ." When It'propoecsto.carry accordingto shall tber.oilj until tsaMsession .1M:
; will be
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10 46 miles ., the advertisement, and no mode of conveyance otbe Genual At.tem1q 1IU&aCerU14. 'i
by p in ; : will ,. '- .' -, .'&" "
my way between 6 a m and 10 p in next SPECIAL OFFICES stated for the route-in the ndvertisement. date OfUit aP1lOiDtllteJIt. _' ,, 4j
. ate -rcjKtta.lt art invited far:rupXvX the follotri. be considered' as offering-only for horseback eon-' F b.J. a : :-.2 > '

the at-3 p m once a week, in. the NtIt J uit nvanee. ..
.- office* ftoritia JI1I' named 21. SIngetbe, ,. of Uae-.d of-MareaS ; : -
me a : same, respectively,Umiitd to 4 **>* *I* description of. bid has been received- j- 1OT1CE.f >:"
: 1813 new .
.a i.
for ; in the proposals in cacti rase- mod of conveyance,batengasesto r1nnE C'.JlRT'BC htl'JaenW.
next day BO i It specifies nA
;? I ,ho b.tweon8&tnThutsdal by 7pm and :12 ._China Hill, from.:Qniney'i,12" : sjlles'.'aad' back carry the JPilwith certainty of the law..These eeJeri&y"aDd,bids seen.are .. ,betwevwF"r..tal: eou"RYAN". 7J1eV IIeeU thMdayii.i.olvid ao4 >- lt .
as I !U ; once a week. "' ; L
turned overto Byaak <
i trib 23 miles and fe1Smtoemanner in which they are designated (..
at 6 once a.wcek; ,; St.Joseph'sfroii1Jipa1aditC013 I .'
to a m the titer eutbori&edta eoJled.t..UD.,_&i- .
'" boob.01 DOpArtIneI it
) and Okahnmpka ; week. on the $ ,
Swamp once 't. '. I G..F.-8KIFF.
J j' as by 8 p m;41 mile*; ., I ; _'M.- bids." .It ha been.decided.Cafler. mature mode consideration of clue"- : c-E..B.YAN. .

induced between, 6 a m and 8 Pin- next ; iD.re. :cJian'Mffomavertuement : ;that a1 proposing a specific two-hows eomeblransporta&ioa .' y_
no a.
t ) 38'1 < 'j' e FormforalJul mouveyuce of as high a grade
J n4aeted-" J1yag-
1 weeks ly tht btdder. is 10 be preferred to the star bid. ,Tug IP-.eo-
'j it contemplated
in two ,
\ i 1843 '*at 6 a m once \ enables ,it t.jyinwatbcMloWiflZ 51prwiU be continued 1.1117&8'HVlrBhariag **-.
{ t the .eJp8ience.r"'he L
,Wednesday may be fbrei i The .
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; the
to : 1 j I'(or we;as ease nl.YJu.; they formed a partnership for that-
Kay by 6 m 40 miles; of here state the re.jJenee -
z p v name names in full] [ ., the rOlItOISDOS.) U io G.'RY4Nrf'-: ,
.or mail
southern between' 6a III and 6pm every carT the iniflonrouteNo. : WheD the OIl .
1 ; residences] herebyproppseto ; star bid,It J.W..1U A."J ; a
a- .
n\.hand| ': -- -?: .. !ti mJ -" Cdo ;: ; : as-' require 11rO bono Te7fM ; bilk. .Feh."U;* f.27)' .' ,k" ':1R" -''
J Fri- gvet1sement 'th.lowwt.will tapeefeuedtetbespeclC .' .
: in **at 2 p m once a week, the poe1mutef Gmeral'e welgtta '- -- .
often u and _
of such
I the m are sue -
I. ", ecembtt 18, '22 When ---- _
1. lam : for proposals oiL tbt-Mi to wfereace : '
,. _- rwtorit expedient, ooi 'I'O'.1UaTF_ -
: :r River, Benwn county .. i. the tIinOSIAU4 in tbe5ehedfl1atd $ "
requIres providttwoSotse e ,
: : place : Pond, Uvy county} (.Waeaaassa,! InKfiTSbUnveye ucb'.ayerti8eme; ''by tbdot to thenVatone ed..wD.l. are rot rea&Wib fImaibIft.1t &eaIzedTb:1 'e .-
n.re at4te ',the specIfic'thougl&tJ ia ..w reii ; ,
; t4"ih ( an a t't&a&iMt.
\ -.N1v ***J1 *"'-M*>*w 9 tGt.ot m0i1arate '
? } wi% tothstan bicLto At I : Asy'farbsf:1uIseaae 1J.
$oTthe' between6am. Thursday, and l MM animal-sum prcfe Ute gly or tozeUler
r, in r. -.0'
i ... fnttkngth-l'. c1i1fuOI1 14::the coumpeasatiofli be obtained 7It.1wP"
words at eaa
day. m
; in-: [here write out the tarn "' 'i-- ; 18 SOt 8 to 1a with-the policy ._ : : -
; r to extend to.'Fort Fanning are Dated' [SigiXttJV 'ere.we leoktoreductloaln the eanotnea -- "
; :' or to the' (See 3528.1' fit.the new)11'.wbich '
: ;frooj rtn HiuV baton county,."8 a m -_ ,(-'- -_ ( : cost ot pqrtaUora. Exceptions however made :" .A 'W':.I.tIi".. ..
; k the eW:Wd Ja bythe .reps. : '
1 : Form oJ-aGu4raalg; tronii eti marlcf..a11owetl-whue .JI! r 11
week Wednesday
: IJiope.; -} ,. nexotbO l stock:on,U.route Md .Li Ie""
.: ut\ea; / .. ", -j.; rThe ondersigne4.[heri>Insert ltt*nam e rfUiguarantor prsea&ai lbs antrosbedtoinakgJmIm&tIS : .
tM.JtUOIIIfAr preferring
t I :: ;: 4 ado bY 5 tm SO mlle*; s or'guarantor*]:rsoarantie. that;[Uere II 14 manIfest that exattnb1$5 ,.- ., :. : ". ; llaTiaC J T 4. -- :
: .
nan'J'.b .
utTuesday.oaeaw.eki ,
the. ipeelficbiulilDflflt
fcetween-8 a-m sa d6p -'of bidder name* of bidJers a* "
or tow
y insert namo: where -
elast SsS
d : lUtUSs: ;: ''*" t." 0" *,, .., ease may be.l if hiI(ot Jhefr)Wdfof UlemalUrora' .23.00' routes steamboa olthe highest$ itransportatlom' b re. .iSSSSS3 F ., .. -
: ::. the ,, : r.t-. ;: k. -' 4'- 'j : 'vio. .... ; tbeaecely'lM ,5W5e coach.or aaa u.pottaDce.'ot: th. suik _' .,.
t 1 ,. ..; _---i the contrast. 'uired by the sttft; 'I W .tJ -
ttrpt the : br .p It.-? : rcetauterenerb* .ter1Dto the' bi4 wil1LsUM' Jam..J 1 L. Pd,; +, : : -
; : L, D:'., m nd9am. \yq ttiInd V tntf Postmaster OtncnO, wm Bt.to: \be preference for spceiuc .
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: TJUfFJ.OBIDA REPUBLICAN iJ+- '. 'LuEcy. ;' .-" :. .-EAI. f..(i'AS H' STRE' ;. ''I i\TP. ..,'VjDDY.f', QDS. ifr ; .*. ..i l 1 Jd.c,, ,. l.1) ,1 9 .. :S .,'. -.:.dl.10 .. oC ." ,. < .:J .,. .
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z r : > c": 1 : 1it.: .j .' f- ;archased the wrtJnMoek of.am-;
I' ;ZLrTUT7ZSDA.AT" ;i:OR W :r-TjrfSq: iTON,: i:j'j :li; 'M- c1torJr.akes ::- .. 'G. VDAt'1ON' .. 1 I;cultural Jnipkiaents frvuiMesrav;; Deusiuw : .J .. SJ ,_ :!.'tlI"
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;, J : _. ; t '. j- : .' -- ." -', .HAS jnlt received fronjthe TOth, aTKT-'iipwj:& Wt'baterU J undersigned wciul "annoUMt Lit -or ,, .
COLUMBUS' ., '} d to inform Jiisfriendai andJL for.Sale fa .U* piibUe .: graaUyttftcreised .. ..
S 1 WILLI&II E.'KE5NAt1GII. : rs ;he building formerly}wscupicd -} .1-
'. : ; -( : the'public generally that be has commebcod as the Post Offiw a now and handsome assortoiehtnf -- stock;embracing besides" great variety iof otherk k RP "

T..-Thret Dollars per'ainum, payable .{.IBAft. W1.LAZD'S' HOTEL*k c',.E 'NrtLVAIUA" AVKSITtt business in Jacksonville, East.Florida'and wll- Fancy and staple Dry Goods,? Vhichhe articles generally?or.'the following character: aad..i :JI .,

;; poa ordering the aPet. Continues- : to give- hit- prompt attention- to the"& arrangement eitspatronagehavteg recently visited New Yerk, offers at very low prices for Casts and >respectfully iles critiOflJtgricahtural and ,horticultural.InplemeuU .rTr:: g: 4j5S
: r f' : ; Pbiladolpliia, Baltimore and. .&& .-at invites the citizens of Jacksonville'aml the of every variety,of the inot recent aBd-4 :.

:. Sa'lou; If.not paid'\ ro the uf& and prosecution of.claims before.Congress'or which places complete arrangements have been vicinity to call and examine his Goods previous to improved description;*five hundred plow of every i, ..11I" ,: \ '

: $4.. *" : any of the Executive Departments. made for the successful prosecution -of'all,kinds purchasing.else"heN\1IIo ..-.. .. description? materials*for-tanners,\ uni r",'Md''! .W'=If -i-5-m.- J'-

AdmrtlmMntt wIH be inserted at ihe JTbTlpVlngrratcsr' ; Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida o business in which our Swf/i/ ;.Planter are S- 3-4 and 4-4 Venetian Stair Carpeting from 15 f S o bras,;and iran.founders, embracing every artklused i I o/.z< :...-i. "4., S

interested. Goods of I : Oh"..Dollar.per> ,quare (of tweVe,Unei}fetr or','Mexican'" wars; Invalid, Revolutionary, Half- procured at1 short notice_and 'supplied at very 4'Cbiunber and Parlour Ingrain do. from. 45-to'; &o. at manufacturers'prices.: .*' *_"-" '. -. -\ --"S. .i@.

... the firaVaad Sevenfjr-Fifi Louts tot wrery subeeV P1;' or Widows ,Pensions ; .Naval:r Army; 35AL7.rnOIITS. 2 1-2 cent*. MiscRttASEOi'S..Roller and common gins, j .

qeiitInrtIou. To yeirlylAdTerUw-) lftwalduwtatwm Bounty Land or Scrip, under law of Feb. 11, PRODUCE) every kind wK be received on ...Super Rap do' 37 J.2 cents. jack screws, store and cotton truck*,''wheel tar-1:. tI.r .
sal or shipment,upon which liberal artvdncet frill ,Men', heavy Kip Boots and Brogans. rows, road scrap ers hydraulic rams, force pumps,j jpatent 1"
Iranalont Adrcrllsfcmentt 10 ISIS Arrearages of
bejna<3e. AU ISfJVor August ; Pay and he mii'le. 'Arrangements made for Shilling Tim. Women,Girls;and Boys, Bootees. chains to.facilitate.the..drawing ,water j .f .<

(ereept bypenoni'hating a rofinbigBceonni Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for ber of every quality.B0 Men's Black Silk Hat, from $2 to 3. Georgia: and French burr millstonescalcine caU r'

: .. the'office)|mul be paid for previoiu\puUl- Horses c lost and other Property destroyed; Expenses . wit will be hand I
variety kept on or supplied short I
Volunteers before on Silk and Gingham Umbrella S Mills! ; corn and smut'mills; screws-, mill, irons; .'
? .oa! :" r---- .? __ .-. incurred by being'mus- notice. \ Carpet Bags. bolting cloths, picks reed, shuttles, and general 5s PTOWNSEND'SWI 'AFFIIAYm'

Jeua s.,distance can govern.their.remittane -, tered"and received into service ;,Waggon-mas Through arrangements with Book Publfthmlflatter Ladies elegant New Style- \Vhito and colored finding for cotton and woollen manufactories.'. -. '. ... -

. i for advertUfnjr;by1 the following rates' : ters* and. Teamsters claims; Marine .;sailors1, with SCHOOL myself that BOOKS country on better dealers terms can be than supplied Sun Bonnets- Ladies colored Straw Bonnets and MILL MACHIXEUY, TOOLS' : &'.Having the I d.sit. S..11,.attiutha alibi pabik I.ss .1$, ..

'. One tqnare (twelve line*).pnUii>hcd X months &c:.&0. can have their orders filled in New-York. r they Winter Hoods. Also S agency for various'atd extensive manufactories, ,.: lug Cut .f U. ...letal.DrmcfliM I* ilia C .-.

for .- 7" V '.elo-oo t Having all the forms necessary for.a proper I. It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may favor Ribbons Canton Crape.and and Cashmere Scarf, Shawls; we shall of bo machinery prepared at all the times shortest to notice.furnish every. w b.iii..4...for tb_Str itrv It wtQ te MM Ibis.'
Inserting, Edging with species on .
t' together an .lff mt If..shb.1t
turla 7 ass
j Two nqnarec, for tix month, > '. 13 0 presentation of claims, together with the rulesand :.me with their patronage. both as*regards price assortment of Hosiery,'Gloves, Ginghams. Chintzes Tho highest market prices paid at all times fur .">t..1.t* tut II 5.ialu"a &lit.M. .u w./..; ..tiremn SaM ..

: ;4 ; Uc.{ :r regulations governing different Depart andquahity. AGENCIES.The ,. Mooslhjo Do Laines.,Cashmeres, '8birtir.g. wool sheepskins, and bides. All produce.of, the. ,.UII't"q.siiI5;t1lat.. she ..Ie abs OU Br."MMM

..Application i letters ef administration' *5.00 met t4, he is prepared to undertake all claims, of Sheeting Osnabnrgs and Tweed Cassimercs also, State received, and'sold for the usual' commissionS. .4 tk. pt'f*n>M M..t4l.l>..,..t.f .T,M M.'
; agencies of several important PATI'fT a variety Smallwares.White and & -. HOYT &CO..
Colored .
: SbhU, .ki w&.. llad U..?.***T 4..IU.I. rVeta Immnt
I l Notice of Application for dismissal.Administrator what kind soever, that may require the servicesof MEDICINES have been obtained, among which is Black and Colored Silk Cravats &e. &o. No. 171 Say'street, &zvannahGa.S. 55.4 o barsitba..dd. tnnj.Uil ft *M airtI1.'

,- .- :v ..-,$1 an Agency at this place. Jacksonville, Nov. 2&h 1850. tf .
: 0 aln.
I REPERE CF.'I.-Messrs. Padclford, Fay & Co.; l ablig$5
r ;:1 For announcement of candidate for.office, 5 0 Particular attention given to the proper settle .R'8 Eastern Circuit Court of Florida Dnval Swift i Dcnslow, & Webster. oct 21.tC S Bit w' rtk.l>f tktrtUtt.tr '

. No announcement wi be made unless the same meat of Quartermasters' accounts. I I THE CAROL .

. fcctempanied with the amount charged. > j Charges moderate and regulated by the amount i County. AtlAntA (Ga.) Female S mlnnr) aaUl
: I tT.. tk.,1i..enl'! ... DnndiU .f .'." Tt'
t : Editorial "notices for prhate'rc-: J, sisned, and tnti extent of services required. George Burt vs. plt1r.. TUG exercises this in new schoo List commenced tnlu U i., that in tifl.k a Cut tto.. k4 4.att te I.'
first-Monday July the
! Ii charged double the rate L\A11 communications,.to. insure insertion, must : IA.NUtE EI1RblHall and Elizabeth } charge of A. R. Kellam, principal in the literary, .P. T..>...'* SuM, rUU,..414 .M tmittt to mfutmrnipUJok

t t. Me1igioue, Obi a1. and Marriag IT wi I bo postpaid. doc 4-tf : V ER HallPetition, his wife, defdt3. and his accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental la uCn...*Ii au y.*4{.lHl.fm UU s.vkfak.a *.ttk
. with) assistant of rrtptrttloi kiwa .i O14 Dr. J> k TtwaetafU tins
for the department, high
!. : .-bed I gratis. : ... I. Half of lot nnrobor five in mortgage number on West Tbe Institution will be "divided into- parilU ..y kav. as w.4U la kik kla4s.SCHIEFFELIN .

:j Cmltoll mnstbejtpct. pal '. ["i' : Oscar Hart, AIN' situated in tho town of Jacksonville Sqr.are county ten four classes, fourth,third, junior, and senior.. A BROTHUIS Jk S CO,104 aa* IM MM 9L
47 TORNEY .d ,1' LA IV, and State aforesaid. preparatory department will be attached to the ,
is I : r- REMEDTWORMS.unquestionably school, and conducted under the supervision of the RTJSIITON, CLARK t CO. 110 It 37* -w. ft M
Office over the large store of Messrs. Holmes & appearing to the Court '
l .! by the affidavit of J. has -. AstcwHoae.f.Y.
FRAZgR. The school been furnished with
1 PHILIP principal. a S
Co.,opposite the Masonio Lodge, on Bay st., Robert Baker e '. Attorney for the Plaintiff fine and well selccted apparatus,glu'ocs,astrnr.ora- NO .TON.BA.1SCOCE fc WOOD, 139,MaIdn ..ttT.AYILAID

t 1 ATTORNEY a COUNSELLOR. AT L.\'v WILL practice in the several counties of the the best WORM MEDICINE in use; in the above entitled ca.tethat the said Elisha ical, geographical phouographical, sound charts, H .KEESE ..coe MsI4.wLs.s-_ ....
be Halli\ not to be found within
it is a positive remedy and can always depended : the jurisdiction of '.
t ; I .FLA. Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the this Court but maps, &0., on a large rcalc, to be seen art: read .DAVID T. LAN3IAN,89 Water Street' .4.,
UCDYILJ on and is perfectly safe in its opcmtiou. supposed to reside in the State
:p t WO!attend to any professional business entrustj j collection claim's against the United States for Texas. distinctly from any fart of tho room. A good library HA1'DOCK.CORLIES. CLAY,919 Vein ytraat. ..
ALSO, S of choice books also to the school
I ..3 to bum the Courts. of the Eastern Circuit Military services, and for Horses lost, or other DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY, It is therefore Onlertd, That the.said Elislia for the use of tbe pupils. belongs OSOOOD fc JENNINGS 183 Pearl Str*.t, .

' : t and the Supreme Court'at Ta1ba He has- property lost or dcstroyed by troops in said service. An article of great merit and wbick no one who .Hall do appear and answer the said petition withIn The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions t.MINOft&COl1Fu1tStS, 4*
1 time prescribed by law, judgment will be J. fc J,F.TRIPP,90 fc 93 Malta LaM 4*
Horse should be without.
owns a of each will
weeks there be least
r : also such' a.vatgeu: connection with an Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or given against him in default thereof. twenty ; at RUST HOUOHTOX.W Job Street 4.

Lawyer Washington city as will the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Ur. Chrlstle'a Galvanic Belt,. bracelets, It H further ordered that the above notice 110pnb1ishel one public examination each session, and a quarterly
: fc KINS LET 49 CortlaaiH$t. lit
I .i .tt. a ensr Necklace 'and Fluid. report will be sent- to each parent or OREENLEAF ,
t a prompt and speedy collection of such claims as Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers Magnetic Jacksonville in some newspaper in published in the di an, giving a full and fair statement of the guar.S WALTER TOWNSEND k-CO,828 Fearf St.OLCOTT 5

<: I: may b placed in h hands, against the United ,and the widowi and orphans deceased officers For the. Removal Nervous and Permanent Diseattr, Cure of. allS town two weeks for four months., said county, once every lu g. deportment and expenses of the pupil. }KES3ON fc CO., OT MaUra Lane ,4.

.. { tftatftt. and soldiers. And of those Complaints which are caused by TflOS. DOUGLAS Judge &c., fee. RATES OF Tirrnox.-Preparatory e'ass, per JOSEPH 1.TRIPPE PIN Maiden Lane', .

h..: &"t. J. Also,will give his attention to conveyancing impaired weakened or unhealthy cmditioa of Nov. 20, I:50. S session, $8; fourth and third classes, 15; junior FOU fc PALANCA,98 John St. ..:
;) t JSL an J. McR. UAKEH, Esq l'htff.Atty. and senior classes, 20; music pian r forte. 2); gui. MONTAGUE WARD CO,89 MaUra [sue. Ia;

' ,t to examing titles and records and ascertaining: the NERVOUS SYSTEM. I, Isadoro V. Garnie, Clerk of said Court, do tar,'15;ornamental branches, 10; vocal mu.ie,2; THOMAS fc MAXWELL 85 William .

. t. a. P. SANDERSON.I claims to lands. This beautiful and convenient application of the hereby certify.that the above M a true copy of ii briry.and incidental expenses, per quarter, I. JACKSON, ROBINS fc CO,.Ul WaIst St. 4
C All business entrusted to him will meet with notorious powers GALVANISM and MAG the order Publication in she above entitled No pupil received for a less time: than one session -
I: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, case, and deduction unless GRAHAM k CO,10 Old Slip, .
prompt attention; and all instruments of writingwill iITl.SMhas been pronounced by dirit IJruilbed on file in my office. no for protracted 69 P.rllt. .
removed his office from Columbia physicians,' both in Europe and the United States, 'Vitnelll.my.hand and the seal of said Court sickness. MARSH NORTHROP,
. !: HAVING t Jacksonville, Dnval County, be executed. by him with neatness and despatch. to be the most valuable medicinal discovery f the [L. s ] this Nov. 21st. 1S50.l. From their experience and former success they f HER WOOD fc COFFIN. Paul St. .

t. ': Age. V l. V. GAR IEClcrk C. feel confident rendering full satisfaction. Their INQERSOLL-fc BROTHER.p.arIBt. .
i. respectfully' informs his friends that he will con- : C '1). C. rr
Nov. 23 1.35O--bn. facilities for imparting 'instruction are rarely B. A FABNESTOCK CO 'UJoblt. .'
J Jacksonville Jan. 25, 1& tf D R. \VILCOX'SConipoutid -
4c.r tinue the practice of his profession, .formerly.tPE Extract of SarinparOla, equalled. The advantages of time location need I la ..."'i..witk this w* (If.aa tiuact ef ft Card aaallibed -

': H. attend .'at each'and every Term of Townsend"s. In tIe Circuit "Courtfor not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalled I t kyall the 'prlaeipal retail ..r.la.she city.aaaMef
Circuit w Court in 'the several Counties of JAMES }l. BAKER Original of the State of Florida ami health undoubted- Board can be had in fin Shun' lbs lartoat s.d law 11.._ la .fc. Baited State.
4 \e : IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY, in and for the Southern Circuit. beat families on reasonable terms. For any information Nearly tweaty Pbyrieiaaa jive their Uetiaeay alee la tkie

:; i &1. Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of JTTOINETATLAV, AND easily proved by us, thatTOW'lSEND .For Monroe County. wanted address the principal, Atlanta, Card ,there area I we epialoae thia .& !". .OI4 Br.Iok *- '

.tlvI l Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the (Supreme Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. BILL IX CHANCERY FOR G a. oct243taColniuo'ia T.....'. Sanaparflla U rue SamaarUIa*, aa4 tepreferable

.t I: i f: Ceurt at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at 51.Augustine. did obtain from DR. W1LUOX the receipt for r DIVORCE. la tb/ir eiiimaiioa te S. P.'.article.X .'

' I .. manufacturing the original Edward F. Griffin, Complainant .County Sheriff's Sale. .ad- S ,
AU business to
2 entled .hi care M WHIT SMITH, $ }/a BRIE1\, WILCOX vs. JI
: : will receive prompt attntion. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and that he did. after the character and reputation Patience S. Griffin. B Y virtue ofa writ of fi. fa wened from the I$

: '., -Address-J. P. SAXDEKSOX, Jacksonville, was established, as being the most IT appearing to the satisfaction of the COUtt by Circuit Court of Columbia county, wherein I W,. the r.d.r,ii ''. 1'1,.lri.. M4 DrcaJ-1 ef. New
,e .i Duval COMII/V. Honda. Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE its records that said Bill has been filed. and Joseph B. Watts id the Plaintiff, aad W lll. Cobon f"ort. Brooklya aad Wlhs.ui.vt. r"l.sl1" up.s *. .'

.! t! Jacksonville, Jan. 17, 1850. WHIT SMITH I M. O'BBIE.V in the world for the by due proof that the said Patience Griffin resides .. is the Defendant,1 shall expose to sale to the highest ear pr..a1.hirasf i1a.raI aterita efSaraiparillae. Ike ...T....
diseases suchas
: t I following out of this State, It is Ordered, That a hearing bidder before the Court House door in the i or,he elai.. preferred ky*keoriginal tIfltNS iks
t ',--.-- Office at Alligator. | Office at Newnanmllo... Scrofula.: Consumption, King's Evil Salt on said Bill bo bad nt the next Term of this Circuit Town of Alligator," in Columbia county, on the !ar. pariHa we km.. ... .'U 4..aad laata ..

,.i; '.r.. HcQTJEEN. r' eINTOSi. Rheum of, Lrysipelas the Chest, Scald Head, Tightness : Provided, That this Order be published in : First Monday of April next, the following poi- to fettle that natter kttwwa themeelTee. Bat.. feat taa*

.': An-3i.- ?Y AT BOARDING. of the Heart Dyspepsia,and,all Palpitation some public newspaper in this State for the term 'erty, to wit-'Levied upon n. the property o !ai I ..OBght to fire tbe rn...why we prefer te aaa sad aafl CM

1-JV Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single Nervous Affections, General Fluor of four months before the first day of the said next I Defendant, to satisfy said ft. (a. : Dr. Jaeok Towaiead'f I.re..rilIa. I,. '.P.Y.uu.dL:'
Wru. Debility
:t attend the Circuit ,
Eater Term of said Court. Lot Number 6 Secton 25 aad lear the public to Jadgo whether we are II doaitin aa4
persons or families can be found at Mrs. FLO- bus or Whites, Rheumatism, Syphilil.iver.- [ ] twenty-five,[ ] (
1 Circuit; the United States District. Court at St. JOS. B. LANCASTER, in six t South of fifteen 15 ...I.dt.4 cot ,. be IrafUd.ky aa'aaiac.
Cancerous Humors Mecurial Diseases Township [ ] Range [ ]
: TARD'S the old Jacksonville which has Complaints,
:; hotel ( Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida. L Oar experieare sod kecrvatUa have aatiffW aa Skit tie'
t'i : Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; &c. &e., East. containing eghty [#] acres; Also, Lot
t 'l End prosecute Claims for citizens in an pafl of been thoroughly repaired and renovated,) opposite For some purpose and no doubt in order .to Ossu.f Solicitor B. HART for number five, [5] of fractional Section tweaty-five, Old t>r.'j snaparilla*p.iMirei..n atadieal poole..ttotcetbia -

Florida the Government at the Republican office, Bay street Jackson.ville make it cheap, (for the genuine cannot be made Dec. W Complainant. [25] containing ona hundred and fifty-five [155] 1 S P.TewaeadB.aad tka teetieayef Ikaaakttaweald
1 I against Washington 4m .. .
East Florida. Oct. 2t-3m witbout great expense,) pollute it with mineral r, acres; And,Lot number three [:3] of Fractional even U Ve Iba lame sad alway* .11.-It a ,
,i. rj either before Congress or at the Departments.ftj such as Corrosive Sublimate, Sulpher, Salts I, Section twenty-seven, [27] containing c-gbty [!30]I] I of eeascieaee aad duty,wfcea two artielea kaariaf taa.auat...:
!, '2 ADDRESS, Jacktonvitlc, Eas Florida. Saltpetre&c. &c. DISSOLUTION AND FORMATION OF acres; Abo, Lot number t.trI] of Fractional: name. and pnrp*rtiag t*rare the tame dijeaiM an ia arte* '
JAMES SULLIVAII.No. Section [27 !) te icll tbat waich we caaaider ,lie hot Tbs fad tkat S.f.,
, May 2,1830 ( Now in consequenceof the above abuses, Dr. COPAR TNERSIIIP. twenty-seven, ]containing eighty [3 ]
.... C 13 AVhitaker, near Bay Street WILCOX has concluded to give his whole time acres ; Also Lot number even, [JJ ofl'raetionalSeCtiOD Te-waiead' Samparilla kaa greatly aaarW"feraieated sal
' 1 and talents to the manufacturing of THE Copartnership heretofore existing under twenty-seven [27]containing one hundredand exploded the fcettlea. therety giviaf veal ..".
; :s J. McUooert Baker, SAVANNAH GA. HIS OWN firm of Cureton. Titus & Harris, is fix [106] acres; Also, Lot number three, [:3 J oar eaetanera.bx I..... aa la oar areftttaea ef la*W43
f : I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL hid day dissolved by mutual 1 consent. i in Fractional Section thirty-fix, [J(] containing Dr.'. pr.Birati... Wfc aikad ky ear eaitoaMTa for aa*

; .. 4TTORNE14COUSL.LOR4&'L41I'- TIN WARE MANUFACTORY in the its afflicted primt'vailltnte of all classes of vegetable have purity,0o that Jacksonville CURETON TITUS & HARRIS. fifty [50]- acre; Alto, Lot number six, [6] of 'piaioa which..kelUre'aadrr all .'.. ** .ks'ka.'

.. ..I. JACSOSVIL'F.E..Fj.i. bnltu for all of the above complaints.may And a healing from Dec. 20th,J8-o. Fractional Section; thirty-six, [36] containing fifty but,ve tboald ..1 kedtala ia(Mag ear.arafareajaa ia OU
PEALER L, nine acres; Also Lot number one, [1] in Fractional Dr. Jaeok Towaread't. With tktia tiewa,wo lea.a ka aWli
;'. .,!: WILL practice ia .the.Courts of the Eastern his knowledge for the last ten years of the wonderful The business hitherto Section ,ted la .J...".'014prejsr.ii.a DC.*
Japanned, Rrltnnla, Planished Ware. healing of his he conducted by the above- thirty-six, [36] containing eighty >to decide if wt are aot Ja s
In the Middle.Cir- propensities compound named firm will bo henceforward SO Also Lot number two 2 tBatprefrrcaravkica It aacaia to deeorra ...
Ct Iitnountyor Ie fce., hesitates not to to that he conducted b, [ ] acres; [ ] in Fractional
ri :; and Hillsborongh counties of the say yon a and under the firm of Section thirty-six, [36] containing eighty nedieal..,_.ae well aa cbs.. .of Ika |H1|aa aa*.
I 1. h&I kinds Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of cure of ANV and ALL of the above disorders if i '
ALL CURETON & TITUS. [60] acres; Aldo Lots n umbers one,five,and six:, Tereally aaaifeated ia iu faT r.
..' B.r Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tal most approved patterns, for families: persevered in according to the directions. Don't Jacksonville.
the United States District Court hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor! : say that you have tried Sarsaparillas and have Dec. 20tb, 1830. tf [1,5,&6]Fractional Section twenty-three,r.[23.3] Philip ]. ..-*. nS3'Craad fc S A....' Tf. T.
,:" I"t.t.a I ball, or public places. Stove Pipe and every description not been bvnefitted so you won't try cnntaining together three hundred and four .} C. G. Nn* ,*(..O' urm B. X.D. ..
I j fir the Northern District of Florda ; and will of Sheet Iron Work made atnotice.- VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. acre.*; Also Loti numbers one, four,five and six, O.a. XCWBIBB. JI.D.-1nr..n7. .
DR WILCOXS. H. D. \\7.:0.. I. D. LMaatkia s.t.EtVl.de .
i rut e1imagit the Unied tatea before Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Pumps, Lead Pipe For there has been many of the name rot THE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale a vain. [I II, 5 & 6J in Fractional four Section thirteen, (1 13J S.'It. Par tea."). D. CM Cremwlea oer.Barrow. .
up hundred '
,' Congress Departments at Washington. Tm Plate,Sheet Iron Wire Galvanized Iron,&C.C.&sn on tbe reputation of this article and wo tell you tract of land on Lake Jeitimp, on the containing t tweuty-fivc-hiuidrcdtbs together 23-100)and acres three, all and i in A.D.D..n.fk..JI.D.I\6.AY.C K. Caaa. L..D. or. NUiactoa fc CaryetiaJeha .a.
Being located at Jacksonville 'he will purchasers of Tin ware can be suppliedat confidently that tho St. John's River,consisting of 8,0f/0 acres. Two Hintoa.X. D. I9.f>lb A.. .
qi1 far life, Township sir (6) South, and Range fifteen (15)
prices as low as they can buy in New York or thousand are first rate hammock land, to c.s..ait..w.t'.rt's..sv. a.
; # give his entire and unremitting atention to his elsewhere. Orders from Florida,South Carolina, 6ARSAPARILLA ROOTis any in Florida,"beautifully situated the equal Lake. East. Property pointed: out by the J'1t l1tiX. Dr.Ceo. >ewey. ]. 1> H Caaal 5
on .. .
though excellent in its qualities, one of the A. J. T. WRIGHT Dr. Pape. JI.D. ftr. e Fvnyth
. r T : profession, and a business entrusted t his care and the interior, are solicited. most inferior ingredients of this and admirably adapted to the culture of cane anti I Dr. Franeu. D. 3uS RUi.Jttea S 55gL.DtGraedYI5.fl.NBr5
not Sheriff Columbia '
may we truly County. S
cotton. The 55 _
29 1850. tf position of this
Aug. | large of
hall with attention. body fertile
i .;. meet prompt say IVonder-Working Compound land on the banks of Alligator, Fcb. 27, 1331. td H. P. Pridbam. ). D.3' Ii .Sta ...
Jacksonville, August 29, 18i0. -'- Now friends these assertions are true to the our great navigable river, r J. IT.Tro...... LD.3)5. StaaleaM .
t t l adds greatly to its intrinsic value, and makes it .X. Uilehriet. .. D. JflCaaalH. -a.
letter but
FASHIONABLE TAILORING. ; we sny them not to injure any one, but a desirable object for one or more Duval Couify Tax Collector's Sale. J..-P.r...). D. 69 Cm.al 55
because have a right to the benefit of truth, sugar er i I J. Withereil. D. fiZ Olitcr aCharlea
cotton BV VinTUB
; plantations. of authority iu m? vested by '
A Card. and it i is also true that if will call P. Fay.IIiS ChaaiVcra .
Subscriber will you on us, we Tho subscriber also offers for sale 12,000 acres: H.W, I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse Heary Trimmer. 27 bitohaU .
lsTB5Dio to leave the State I have would respectfully inform give you names and residences people who .. ..
The on Lake Monroe on the St. Julm's river well door, in the town of Jacksonville on the ] DBTidaea. Moaraa S
citizens Jacksonville and its vicinity have been cured diseases which has C. .. 55
astonished .h. Jr.Ut Grand
t : lay professional business to J.McIlouEBT BAKER, that he bas taken the rooms formerly occupied not only themselves but their and also adapted to the Turpentine or Lumber business. I ;t Monday of ilny,A.D.lS51the following tract a.ubaLn..sUSGraoI ., .
physicians, The above tracts will be soll liberal land, or so much thereof as will the J. ILWatU% ...... 55
on sum
at Law Jacksonville E. F Col. Sanderson law office of of terms. pay
J., Attorney in by as a where ho intends names some our best physicians, who are 1111. L. C.. I'JOtfth Areaaa 555k
JOSEPH < eighty-two dollars and atr
ninety-or a-
carrying on the above business. in which using recommending, and FINEGAN C. a* S aBenjamta
. all such matters, were entrusted my selling large quantities i- Jan 16.-3m .S29l Jlarib. Cherry 5
the the rWStatc
t of
4, he will endeavor io merit a share of the of Dr. Wilcos's Compound. Re Jacksonville Fla.. ,] samc-beiup amount Deaa. 9 pnC 55
' sue by Gen James A.,Peden, of which.all.liter.i : Ho will lublie ful to that with the very care t x assessed against the estate ,of Duncan I*, Joseph I.ege. til)AT.C 'a
1 patronage. keep constantly onhand get name of "J. MV, ..
a 4Alex.
9 .
Albert W. UckMo. Iion ta .r.-"* aao .-
.i. V sited will please take notice..w .- choice assortmnt of fine French Broad Cloths, cox" on the outside label or you may be injured Jacksonville and Alligator deceased, levied on said land for the yeari50 P. Boyd. 13O Heeter ailtrrd
Mr. Baker's business reputation for 'diligence Cassimeres Vestings, Trimmings &e., which rather than bcnefitted. and also to pay the'sura of sixteen dollarsid Manh,Tarick o'r. Baawnlo a.
will be made to If PLANK ROAD NOTICE. fifty-eight cents. [lb 53.] the amount of the Samuel Taylor, 27 Blee.kcr 45D.D.T1m.6u
order the wish to know
who Dr.
attention established on most reasonable you this Wilcox is, wo Ha ..' 4.
: and are sufficiently, 'el teAr tuuty tax on said laud for the same 5t lat-a 5 5
tcrm.-. JOHN HENRY. have the privilege of referring to the first menthe of year Jo.hoa Gnea. 1H( Chamberi 45
:f promptness t a matters i his hands.- Jacksonville. Oct. 3d, 1S50. tf community. Principal Office, nnlII: BOOKS SUBSCRIPTION to the er with all necessary expenses attending said Xerillo* Bekbiae. fearl cor.Oa .
of Jl 1 ivy and salo: said tract of land being situated H. Fuker. ]. D. Myrtle !. "r. Csn.11J.W.SlelghtX.D.43J.u Bvaaklye.Breekty .
This L capitalstock of the
my Jacksonville
ieDmaifetion and Alli
i 1 said county of Duval, on tho west bank of t1John's 5
professional ability and T. VANCE And corner Green and Beaver ts. gator Plank Road Company will be opened at C.D. Ares Atlaatieeur. Ueary S 15 5
;' I Albany, and .t. river
. cde IDtegt1. the store Fernandez 13iabee& opposite Picolatacontaining S. P.-L ed..Coors or. Atlaatia .
. .CHARLES P. SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. sold by Druggists and Country Merchants allover and at Co. in Jacksonville ten thousand and fifty 10,050'>] acres,and bonndedas A. natebkiae. 7 Vaioa. 'L.
the S.L. .
the country. store os Niblack& Co., C.M. WriKbt. :.1..... Sacketa .
S follows On.tbecast
Aug9l85O.Allorneg at Law. at Alligator, on Saturday, the first day ef March : b.tbeSt.John'tnnr. I. Uaywood. 137 C.DU' -45
rJnhe Subscriber begs leave to inform the CAUTION TO TIlE PUBLICDon't next,and will be continued open until tho.whole sJuth, by lands belonging-to the same estate, west I. Preieoiv 23 Vyrtle AY... Is
. .ir JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and the pub- bo deceived by a certificate attached I to stock in taken. bv public land, and north by lands belonging to I P.Ilead.S.iU..r.'BaltiaC. S ". .

MeHOBEIlT BAKER.Attorney lie,that ho cau supply them with his double and each bottle of Townsend's which certifies that in behalf of the Commissioners: "Palmer & fern-S the same being an old grant.URfAH ..n.C..S..itk.. 101 Ctl..,"'...Av.cor.cor.BaltUJ. fiaflUU'J. _dS *

at Law, Jacksonville, E. Florida. each bottle is compounded and made under the S. D. FERNANDEZ, S BOWDEN, .'D. M ewUU 16 Una. ..n.L. ..! .- S

; singleSEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. l supervision of James 11. Chilton, Chemist, who Jan. 30. 1851.-tf. Commissioner Tax Collector and Assessor,Distal coanty. Par... n.. .
: PUBLIC. C. H. Clark. N. Xoore k GrerawkaII. 45
NOARY' No doubt is longer entertained they lire best has been lured for that purpose. Now let us sec Jacksonville, Oct.26V1S50. 31-tds .T. B...ate Crrrawieh' 4*
'! Ce> appointed b the Governors of r 'fJius in use, and the Subscriber flatters'himself bow it looks,when this Chilton resides 150 miles W.B.&a..KSBr..Awsy'U&vi.g .4*
; the following States'to take from the gcn satisfaction he has given for the from themanufactory.. This we think a great Jacluon'Villc'lUale Jnstitu c. Duval County Tax Cottettofs Sale. S a.otiocd witX treat 'alea ara> *!CARD TO TMPUBLIC.

TeltionAfd but seven years he will receive their imposition on the'public, and calculated to deceive BY VIRTUE c.f authority in'"me vested by ."pat fortk ky orcr Sixty Fkyilaiaaa aa4 PtaglMeia
vit and to support.
t ; Ackowlemet b uld therin Prices low and tho Gins made of the best materials the unwary but judge ye for yourselves. REV. SWART, A. M., PRINCIPAL. law, I will expose for sale in front of the Court- tho City of oIl''T.rk' tka
. t Maine, Virginia i and workmanship. ALSO, for several Kinds of"Vegetable Pills,," house doorin the town of Jacksonville, on the Sartaparilla. la wkiek griM 'uses*ie_

, VermontNorth_ Carolinn, S BOXES AND BRUSHES Bilious including Pills, Rev. Dr. Hibbard's well known ant Rotes of Tuition. first Monday in May; A. D. 1851; the foUowingnamed pnaaed I.ranr.t OLD DX. JACOB TOVK. HBS .

.Massachusetts, South for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest and Wild Cherry l3ittt'rs.-Ordcn tract of land or so. much thereof as will S AFARILLA.avor that.mad ky Mr. S. a'. Ttaaa4l*%.
i ." Connecticut Carolina rates. from any part of the Country will receive prompt Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmeticand pay the Stole and County tax assessed against the Vadenitaod,da meet cordially._ te ills oaJaJoa.
- ; Agents Penmanship, per quarter$4 00 Benjamin 'Thompson and due thereon for the ITa weald therefore,eoaaetoatiaaary reeeaiaeal-tka flak.

New York, Alabama, VILLET.O.NOA ACOSTA,Centrcvillage, Ga. Address J. H. McROUY, Geography, Grammar. History, Composi- year A. D. 1S5O, together with all necewary expenses : list 014 Dr...JVoVa SarupariUa iaalead. S. VRee .J
: r Penn yl\anja Mississippi; MUM & silion. Elocution and Book Keeping, 5 00 attending said levy and stle. Said tract
FORD HARRIS Jacksonville
E. F
Higher brnr.chesofan ."k Ceal...BaUhaota *.
English Mathematical of land situated in .
said of Duval
Texas. N. A. HARDEE Savannah,Ga. (ct. 12th. 1800: Cm.Farm. county on the J. F. Call.a.".,.. Dia.af Caraaw.
Maryland, l. B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S.C. and Scientific:course, -GOO east bonk of the John's river,containing twe U- J. eUk. Laxtiter ; teai.Dr.DWDystt&SIiLVM1& .'
E aug .lytValuable 11. R. REED & Co.;Palatka. E. F. The Ancient Languages, 10 00 ty-one acres, and bounded as follow: On the ., da

,' :.S..B. THOMPSON & Co.: Black Creek, E. F. A quarter consists of eleven weeks,and two west by the' St. John'sriver; on tho north I by S J.Job W'*.O.S
:,1 Land For Sale. T. O. HOLMES & Co.. Jacksonville, E. F. S for Sale. sessions a day t 9 to 12 a. in., 3 to 5 p. in. land belonging to A.M. Head and..on the east Lewis SckIdI I c... Allralowm .. .-....'.

i S PATTERSON & KING Burnt Fort Ga. WILL dispose of,at private sale Exercises commence on Monday, U e 3d day of by lands belonging to Mow Cnrry, on tho south 'Haitian. Cmcker k,Ki I...k..BrowanUla 1.,. .,.. .de daF. ., S
for ,
> Agent t owners, the nndersigned oC.a' A. A. Darien I February next. by lands belonging to the heirs of B. '
. sale DELoiuws, Ga. 11; .% my farm on tho St.,John's riv- Egbert Birdsail. H. AlliK.. Pike Ba. daJohm.
ti; : ftrs for following.valuable' .tracts ol f ,JKO. S. FVLEB& Co.: Beaufort' S..C. t er,at the mouth January 23.'1851.. tfAdministrator's S ritmlnf, Pttt."riB 'do' ,V ,
; t "d to-wits ? .fJEonoK L;, BROWN, Newuansville E.F. Julington creek URIAH ; O\\f DEN H. J. B.,. ..'. ''tea .. *- J "
. Low 'J : 'sixteen miles I above Jacksonville.. -J1L3ecardy. Keadi ;'<. '
.:' Tract the head of Indian K .
. .:. Hver containing latne a .w). DELL The situation known to be the most beautiful .* Tax Assessor and Collector! ; Duval county; ,. Cyraa Batta Jr. Le kaaka da ;.w.' .'- ,
acres more or JeM"..A. WATERiuir, 'Ocala E. F. on the river,and is remarkable forks Xoticc. Jacksonville, Oct. 2 1.30., 31.1 de Jobs HOI" ... l>oyletowa -,' da J.
.4 1. Atie anpD tract woodland iu the :yjcioity J.\V;- :.>ot, Orange Springs, E.!'. not of fever (3IX MONTHS after date, shall prcyciTtlll : Kpliraim P. t.t" IlVavatkary -_ d* S .
a case we ,
j "f the jtown: of Jacksonville having occurreUaere. for ', -S l.Tone k Chaaelrr.Lao. to da S,
I acres; r.., containing thirty. DU.NDAE. & Co., King's Ferry and Traders years. The dwelling is spacious and comfortable, Vj OAT accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Felix Duval County Tax Collector Sdl.S: SS B.; B. 1.7""" Ma.i aa da '
Hill. .. -
andcalculnted! the LivingstonJndge of Probates for 5 P5 |.VOB Uarwoay da .
4- Abtr* containing one hundred acres god accommodation of a large the County of VIRTUE authority, in me by law tin SI- Robert Rny, WelUkera .doHOT.
planting land.on Pablo creek, neartho mouth ol I THOMAS VANCE. family. The laitf is of good, quality, and well Dnval for a settlement of the estate of Sey BY: cd, shall cxposo for'aalc; in front of the C. B... Delawara" da'

-- S the St.Joan's. river. < if*: St. Marys, Ga., May 30, 1850. tf adapted for cotton. There is a flourishing Oranee for mour..Pickclt, 'deCM." ed. and .will:'then apply Court llouso door of Punt county'- tho' First, 3."'Ia.XenyiB S. &yd..ad.Batlev: r..-11".1t'crtak s 5 : 4..+ -...'

The above,tracU of land wplte sold at reason.- grove on tho,,.remises, which formerly produced discharge from all further'attention' ana responsibility Monday in May 1:331:: tho. following-'described Wau-R. CMbrt..tkr _,: e S SF.t.r

on good UrmAddress; 1abliyrlccssnd Notice. an income of a thousand dollars,and will shortly, in the premises. property,or so much thereof, as will pity tho Sin t. B. M-. R...ry 'lr' -4' ._
_, one. balf or the dwenftg house and lot do II again from the present thrifty and healthy MARY R. PICKETT ; and County taxes due tho-con for the N.MSinImhWst.rtw. JJC. T. :
AT ol 1350 '
11 i year -.r. G. rim Saratota Sprtaga. ... .
Jr indebted tol ;
_., Id1 J&nnU neartheficurt persons the Estate of Elizajf appearance of the t.oos. The Post .JAMES A.'PICKE'd,, together withftll nocoa.-vry: attending C. H. nnlVernda ..*' ".. ,. .'
-" t isoccujJ7; Uou Joseph'quar'. >L beth l\1 Berrio_deceased,',are required'tomake darin is;within two miles,, and, tho steambonI; Administrators. said sale. A tracfof land lying cspensus at the-head of lleary Xarray. LaekportJ. jr .
, ,i ? ? immediate payment the and .118 before tho house Jacksonville; Feb 20) l&ft. .- D. L.... Cairo > f. .. .
.r gaa ; 1 all undersigned and pass ref on their regular 6m Pottsbnrg Creek in Duval ('ouutv.'bounrt"d as Ckarloe'w".Bad .rXcwatk S ,.. J,. "..t.
p AWtU.hundred' Ac'rot.._ .. _t persons having demands r against, aid-estate, trips to .lr\l111 Savannah. Those wishing to follow!.* On the Nortbrand Eastby lands belong J.A. ffcernaa.Treala .. da s- .
- Me are requested to present them properly attested secure this valuable A Watkla Bellowe Fall. yc.J "
call *
Fleming proiwrty John
hlct vcr way on, or address flISSOLVT1ONT an' to S. Samrais; on tho couth by lands 5 ..
tha.Q within time
the Jobs "
I prescribed by law. by letter the subscriber S a..4Yf'Cran. --45 "
between the : Jacksonville -'
M.Iwr Qeorge HENRY ; COPARTNERSHIP heretofore exit-ting belonging Alexauder.I'lumnmor; and on' tee Jacob Fierce. Cheater :"de> ..
Fl abu one are HOLLAND, Executor. }Florida' CHARLES BYRNE TIlE Buffinjrton & West by lands belonging to Fernanrtct & Bubcc' Alfred A.... 1n.liitaa't.Z i ,: ,
19th. Ryan"atlWhito
Sept. tf. Jacksonville, October 2Ji0. Springs A.ITUkia*. Far ViU TIBe ,. '.
thirty acres cleared. -levied' the S
Hamilton upon..a of Goodwin .
abut is .this day dissolved 'by mutual properly or S J. Coaitk.NsitIk Ta '. .
Abo.an. one t bir'or the late Mrs: consent. ,S. BUFFINGTON ; owner unknown: UKIAHBOWDEN, c.u rastmk..y.1..i.., Waiav ;. <. I
.I SopbU Fleming's.dower, ; Island on Administrator1 Notice.monthiafterdate Notice. to ,Navigators.CUSTollHOUSE .- S C. E. RYAN. .*_ ;. : Jan 2.-td Tax Assessor and Collector D..C.Jacksonville P..or.l..tl..1 raawell.. Beet;.* da. .r '
the nill.Chaa41erkC -:4.. 5 ;
St.John's river 5 4Ci
beautiful "
Wt ; a location. I'shall ; Jacksonville .
present so Feb. -
SIX my .I. 1950., ,6th, tf. SS 8.(:. Gu."r' da 4a
1 ; -
4 Ali
.anndlvlded.one-tbird of abut ten thou and vouchers to{ the'lion. Judge o" / 'Hotel. S J. nawltl.o' dada -dado '
situated fn Nassau OQ'1. on Frobrte for Daval county, for a final'settlcmentfae DISTRICT ST. I J -- ,.UE' .r.tri...I Co. s S .
Pa Nan1 or Join Subseriberiiav-ing become the
' Columbia purchaser ...
for tarpeatine Jl to...'noml'-Swamp suitL. Administrator of- the. estate of John-,Middle-'. J PortofJacksonvilloNov.. .1st,1830?;, '. { .County.Tax:Collector's,;Safe.: JL : and"eolei Proprietor of. 'tbilt well known J Z.C.B,nACHa Bluchard_ J -dodo 4.5-4a. :'r. ,>...: ', .

I'.;Fatio.a .rDtd ton, deceased., ,On or about the first of May next, the follow- BY.V1RTIJIB of authority in me by Is.es ted -:' HOTEL,rt8JI ctfalIY1Dfonus the puWia generally] ". ..S...DadloT :.. :" ,, ,
'1. Kora> Nona Adaait 4.'
.Ft :: THOMAS AV; JONES ,.will that 1 he baa
j. MrRonERT lug changes will be inadewita the Buoys nt St. expose forsaio;in front of the Court added the,former housq twenty-odd I Wood k Sajte.Soatk AdaM da "
, A BAKER, sept 26.. Admiriitirator.. John's Bar. I give this notice,so that all navi house door in, thetonof.5Alligator.riit: ) e more comfortable'rooms with over five,iuulred J. W. Da...Vw r.C1a.Ua.." Oaia ..'-
,* JSTewi traLw, JIkIU'l. F gate?.may understand when this change Ii made first ,.Monday-in:June, A.' D. 1831,437 .aorel'of lee) front with-pianos ia front and rear, making ",r S... a. s..". *...Ofcl- If. -
ot what the law is lafldowne4 by Smith,&.Webster it.as :comfort able'as anir.Hotcl in the '. '
I .. i ce. : relative to Buoys Ice.'V .' or io, much ,Soul; 'w.. O'.C..c.JI'tlte.,-
p That ..hereafter All thereof a* will pay the State and which pow will enablft him'to acwmmodatis .R.JI. : .' (
Buoys tax
along tho coast over --
::: James ; TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS or thereon for eo.uxty due one hundred nearyD. L," K.w'..arr'
?; ,Wi/Bryant/ in bays,.harbors, :! :,- channels, shall be and all necessary expenses. at and.fifty peraonlli table will be C.* ""rt *kU &*!** ;
! ATTORXKYUXO: COCKSELLOK-AT OF.TIIE.SEYERALJI"JfRS'SINCE: colored .and;numbered,JO that>passing up U1I. tending said levy nd) sale: / .:"si-;* S under the superintendence, of. an experience S \ i.JLIias.Bieeawea da -

i .. iTtUiid ,;. THE ,REVOLUTION. ,vBY I coast or sound,or.ent ring,..the bay,harbor;, or Boundaries described the dayof'saie. S honse-kc'eper r of the N rth..by-.whose all he flaU: JaaieaC. *..UI.a.tiaMuvifl&4.Joka -. -'
Will to l0D bwdpess In the.C seceiit'Actf channel red Buoys with even numbers shall be j S '- :A.J,. I'.WRIGHT ters himself ha shal not bo. rivalled by any Hotel -ZJ.bs.C..Pifl.bz7.. Bo.mw.* 4. S4 4 p.S; :

of tkt attr .CUi of Florida,aid in : Congress, officers and sol passed on the,ttar board.Land, black .Buoys with Sheriff and ex Tnx.Assessor,. In the South;bsJag now enabled,4>y the eoristant : J. Loaka.Coaeav4 : 4' :2
' (who hne'lot received) are. entitled numbers the and Collector steam communleatToti' with Savannah Soloa Saabara jlarey. 4. -
even on'
4 eral Court.torthe NortUntJfstrlehf port hand antf Bnoyi with CobimbieAlligator co.-. S Charles- 4 .] .. -
Fkrida to COUNTY LAND 5.-A. ma.
services of Nov. ton. to hare
; ." '. one.:monthor red and blacks-stripes on either.hand. Buoy ill 15th.. 1850-21tds tho-advantage of the fine markets of 5Sw..j.y1rs
- # '" .-.; ,At- o Aiinrr'. .. j> more; th6 widows,and minor children of those channel ways to be oolored with alternate white _S_ ... S thaso.cities. In 'addition he baa made arrange,
for jJK't eiI"-'t.J; '8ie'- ." -, -0 deceased/are also entitled. ;.The Subscriber will and1a41oY7tlztm. I l"'rPCDIl u".trt ,__ :. In5CheuIt mentl.in eonrectl iOI1 With the llotel.'at''al tIlJlejf rnaL.st. -S NS.,5SiJ'
., 101JIfCtb undertake'' I CortI''S 14.5.4 flsSJrNw CaU 4.
I to '
famish S
st'modera.tecompentatioo the S horses 5
.fin '
b gnats*td;*. tttitinf of lands and- the location claims of those Interested. Having been employ'ed ". '"" .'- **" 1'5.A.L\' D..IA' Collector.R T. ;I :lEASTERJf CIRCUIT tQF."LPRID.\: &', modation of his: g eltt and. :,o'rriagetf- '..r. i"the'"acc'* inS J.Doftet.5WeIIaisiss.t w.RsrrXaC.-. ..4*4 '
.r.el1Mg4r3of.. :. in In public office for several years, his experience v **" .5 5-- -5- '. 1.DUVAL.I C V1'iTT..: S S '. The jnereasfug reputation whjehl the climate;f .

: ,. .* bait* t-I*.... ".LJlfr- ,.:., facilities matters:to claimants will enable'for LAND him to-AND afford PEN.great {rR.PlJil .Q.S..TlJM/IlNQSI ,:j ;-. .,'f.r Moody.tChaVles'" .1" 'Byrne' faculty FlorJ4a,.possessoaia foe thot.cafa the of eatlmatioa cVnuuttption otthe and jaedical other'pulmonari J.E.N..r.-* Capb.U,35.5i.pks 4 ,.-.5
I.tJRL Y' 'hl
for yconctlo *ION3; and them ( -f-r ------J : -
t. .jOf.pUimj( upon af save a great deal of trouble & TurneF.v S SS diseases' has.Induce*'a.vast Ineroaso W. Jt.Va.4, PtaaatlWJTavOrdera
and t
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Stati*.for*'Military e*' ther. errtoes,"pensions; eipenseWhere he obtains Bothlng no-- 11'I'RECEJVED, genebla8 ortment.V j ; -"' "i .-- .Ittf..r., J or of travel to this Stato'durlnffrthc fattand wit r : recnvett frnn1heinorfijtLs1.bO

, "f"' i, Diior'1ui' ': charge Is madeAll: letter;port-paM will raoelre 45 ;faahioriablo nmJitg4,consisting of Fringe; ,'. -. tt4 t4wumpst'. :l '**'tn ..S montb8,9UhOllO whaceek tb rrelief affi>rte4 by $
I.recM' prompt attention. e4 liiSaSSSjS ki5415ktP
.r.i'1" } ,, an iWi" # tnitructloaieent' ft forma'and. ; Fancy But t us.- L j ad.iK.VUflroHWi 'fact, &
i .J' .r... J 1 1 4 ". : -' ThoXadiej willflrid,. this awOrtraent to be the' fttSa t.rJf ftf i subscriber lat.detcrininod :tbaf his?'uel.\totul to tohstanUjr.oo'haruI for IUb(14h1t'V

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.. ;:, .A44tttt'r. Df.EulrlorillA .w.r .t .414. Oeto.r1$5O.S "i' ", '.0/ -. .r.'V.' ". -ron,4c'DJ.'e'j" '' .. '" \.lol.'p, nt.f IEWEES 5 Brick. Stqftj:,Ba1tJ' ,cause&fy&fiss88& upon him'shall- :b without rersiti to toil or Q, ** : *-i FERN AND ; & *.
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