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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 13, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\ -' :President's:Message. I I vice of their master*,':,to.'any 't 'o- !.. .," jthcrat a -prehe :ii"TJ." f',. ,.u..1. .:.,J.-,t :tri CrMDD8 be,i and 1fjPr thus produced;'and eertified'ofT
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EXECUTIVE DipLRmTFebriwnj tb i d.d. .
1MI. I wealth." And it further de ltiy'no : gainst surgents, i c.to require them:to the "t mot from .injury fcmony'of Clerk"of, ,thee '
1 osj4able! disperse, thereby g'flotonlyan .in !brnst.grs., .. ;; House of -.t.
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To the Senate ofthe United F'atixI slrril eorMnonweaUb, but an organized, .of an ,-' 1 ,. : : '
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have received the relation of the or ala >n .Such ,a, in 'No. 3: : each for 'the'", the l i'f.t
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"ateof'tbe: 18th i'st., requesting me to ky .f I shall hereafter' arr.t J .etal'Q'! embletforc proclamation AN. ACT oA-loi'os township', up.or 'lhol testimony ;; :parties to; the",
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{ *-i on xr imprisonment t : '
i the arrest f"> a ftr'ee exchaui8 '- ? v them, shall.-U confined _
before: that body, if not incompatible ;.with | an_ ,',u or'oibw building belonging to thist the whole object by giving such th'btr l1f.rfor for aD eq : .Sxc. Andlt 'it: farther ''Thattbe&cretaryof entts'ouILeao_ of the ,jaets: ;
the poiuc ,niercst any ;information I may .iomoiwatta to intended ''be arrested that t aJU s ,; the Idt he is ; a
t ,. or any county, city, or persons: t ; they Bt it Interior : or denied in the notice,
rOt((< ,c in regard to an aged recta '
Jforobld r.-.-wrance 'o the 1xeCU1Jon;' ,I( 0.0fld .;- he ;Is claimed as a fugitive slave." force may. : wanted sometimes. Representativ in; iaf : of Amer reserve' from sale "out;of any'of:'the act,iu.theart&Dt) be., .e
Jaws of ihe tJni'd Stales in tb"' And it further declares that make the arrest, and sometimes to tea Congrenagsembtedj'Itia.l thSecretar public! lands within the ..Minnesota the .at 1 tec .
-'" :;. 't1s Sffl4! : un. "any justice as pro of War be, an< Territory expiration ,sixt dy.r the day. awtkh .r ,
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to. to cmnm" of the sheriff tbe officer after made and to' bets beebY'aGthorize'un.der to whichihe Indian has .
-V ,* conditions, v nat. meai.: j 1 have peace, 8herif deputy ; coroner, tee pre the directiop. title beenr ot tbeanswer member: retukne&shall -
dr ths constable, or shall offend againstthe a rescue. I would therefore suggest thatthis may be extinguished, and not otherwiseap bt served t "'and.' .
,. ,*e3"to roc*.' the <-ci 'I" -j ce} and whcth-, ve.lt ted be upon t contestant, ;
to lot'
of ;
er dt'i in ep'' ;....',. :\:yuditional. legislation provisions of this law, by in any way section be modified by declaring that Stes, OiLUs thet.e cbangeca propriated! ,aJquantity of land not exceeding copy Cr tbe nojicofionte4and; of the an--

is IU"(my". <--t- .:.eet the exigency of the acting directly or indirectly under the power nothing therein contained, shall be conltrue ilton. bemt partof,- for',.an > :, ( Hi.; two entire.townships/for the use' and sup.pr'of SWer .t'returned member,,shafi,b-e/pref I
equal
'e. .-1 more vigorously' execute exist- conferred by the third section of the of Congress to require any previous ground lying' ; 'to'said.fort quantty : a university in 'said Territory, and fin4.t depositions akedan&tziismit..
-r nearer :
,*. aforesaid,' shal forfeit a sum not exceeding the militia are called forth, either t repel more valuable for being other use or purpose whatsoever, to wit them,to the Clerk 0(.th Housed !

:The: **public** newspapers contain an arnda- one dollars for every such invasion, execute' the lawt or suppress (Signed)-. s i; military HQWELI arpses. be)located by legal subdivisions. of not ,les Reprtye' ,Fiov
Tit of Patrick Riley, a deputy: marshal for ofence for the use ot the county where Combinations against ;, and that ,the Speaker. ofthe House of Representat' ; than. one entire sction.. ditioni ,.. supplemental f

the district of Massachusetts, setting forth is committed, or shall be sub- President may make such cal and.. tlace such 41'| ;::WILLIAM R. KING,' : Appred"ebtuar 19'185. r evidence J b tkn after the J expiration,

the circumstances of the case, a copy of ject to imprisonment not exceeding one yearin militia under tbe control pf any civil officer Peetidentof of Senate pro.temporo. ,said sixty ., .? .- ', I
which affidavit is herewith communicated. the county jail. of the United States to aid him in executingthe Approved Jin nary 27, 1851. [PuBiic-No. 8.1 .. SEC..10* And k it further enacted: Thai s

Private and unofficial communications concur I This law, i is ohviout had two objects: l laws suppressing such embinationsj (Signed) J.*t ',MILLARD. "' FILLMORE.-- AN ACT to prescribe th*mode of obtaining Wheufl0SUChi5ttat,55isbythshiflf$W .

-' in establishing the main facts of this account The .first to a penal offence in and while so employed, they sbal paid {Ptuc-No.- 4. deuce ia eaa of official information all officers and magistrates of the commonwealth by and subsisted at the expense the. Uni- ] shall reside in the congressional district from
but Be it enacted tfte Senate and House'
no satisfactory by
ted States AN ACT tletd adjust the expenses of the oRepresentativesof which the election is be'
exercise t
to the conferred on proposed to ontes-< i
in powers
received and .
been some
has as yet people defending themselves from the United States ofAmerica .
them by the of of the 12th of Congress, not adverting "to the ted, it shall be lawful for either ,party.to' \
important respects the accuracy: of the account ac Congress probably the attacks and tostllities of Cayuse Indiana in in. Congress ..assembled, That :from and
has been denied by persons whom it February, 1793, entitled "An act respecting diferenc between the militia and the regu the'yean eight hundred and forty-seven and after'the of'this act,'whenever make application to any two justices of.:the 1

implicates. Nothing could be more unex- fugitives from justice and persons escaping army, by the act of March 3, 1807, authorized eighteen and fortyeight.Be ., person shall passage intend to contest an election any.of peace residing-within the said district, h' }

than that such a violation of from the service of their masters," and which the President to use the land and it enacted b, th'gene"an House, of member of the House of'Representatives are hereby authorized. tot receive .such ;ap.s *
gross any
pected '
law, such a high-banded contempt of the powers they were full competent to perform naval forces of the United States for the Representatives p/ Ulite States, of of the United States, he .within plication,and jointly! to proceed ,upoizt: in.; ]I

authority of the United States, should be up to the this inhibition and same purposes for which he might call America in Cotgreis That the thirty days after the result of !hal election the manner hereinbefore dlecteJ., ,"t I t

perpetrated by a band of lawless confede- penal enactment;. second, to refuse the U$I forth the militia, and subject to the lmproclamation. of thi Treasury be; and he' is shall have been'determined by the sch officer SEC. 11..And be it frtherenacId" ,- That ]

rateis at noonday, in the city of Bcston, and of the jails of the State for the detention of But the power of the President -I! Secretary; and directed to settle the of authorized by, law, or every witnets attending by virtue of' such t

in the temple of justice. I regard this any person claimed as a fugitive slave.It under the Constitution, as commanderof I actual and necessary :expenses incurred by boar canvaers same, give notice in writing subpoena a i herein dircte to, be issued, i
very is deeply to be lamented that the the and is general and his the provisional of in shall be tbe cts
flagitious proceeding as being a surprise, purpose army navy ; government Oregon to the member whose seat he (o con alowed aY !
not unattended by some degree of negligence;: of these enactments is quite apparent. duty to see the laws faithfully executed is : defending tbe,people l of said Territor' fromI test, 'of'his intention to contest designs. the. same; for each days .and ,the .further I

nor do I doubt that, if any such act of violence It was tci prevent, as far as the Legislatureof general and positive; and the act of 1807 I the attacks and lostilities. se and, in such notice, sbalr.specify, particularly sum of. for everymileneceuariiy: t

had been apprehended, thousands of the State could preyelt the laws of Con ought not to be construed as evincing any .:, Indians, in the yeus eighteen, hundred and the grounds upon which he relies in traveled in going and returning, which ,a I
gress passed for purpose of into disposition Congress to limit or restrain forty-seven and eighteen hundred and forty.I lowanc shall be ascertained and certified '
tbe good citizens ot Boston would have pre carrying the co test: Provided,That in all electionsfor
sented themselves, voluntarily and promptly, effect that arce':: the Constitution of the this constitutional authority. For greater I eight, upon the presentation-' the Governor the heretoforeheld the magistrate taking the,examination and j .

to it but the danger does not seem United Sttes whih declares that no person certainty, however, it may be well that Con- of said Territory to tbe said Secretary of any thirry.scond'ngress person intending to contest the shall be paid by the party a whose instance 1

to prevent have been; timely made known, or duly bed to fervice or labor in one State under gress should modify or explain this art in the Treasury of a lull,accurate, and, detailed same may give notice thereof within thirty such witness was summoned and each judge; !

appreciated by those who were concerned in th laws thereof, escaping into another, regard to its provisions for'the employmentof statement of the anal and necessary ex days after the passage of this act. justice, chance1or; mayor, recorder, inten-- t
'
dant
the execution of the In a commu- consequence of any law or regula- the army and navy of the United &atet,penses of said defence and hostilities; accompanied SEC._ be it further the peace,"who sbaUbenecessarily.employed ,: ,
process. tion therein be from such well that in to satisfactory 2..n naced Tat .pursuant the provisions
nity distinguished for its love of order andrespect discharged serviceor a as regard calling by preper'vouchers and any upon whom tbe .
for the laws a people whose labor, but shall be delivered up on claim militia. It is 6upped not .to be doubtful proof or the correctness thereof authenticated ed in the first section: of. this act ,be of ,this actand, all sheriff col hlu. i,
may
sentiment is liberty and; among law, and not liberty of the party to whom such service or labor that all the consent of suchofficers I in conformity with the usages of served, shall, within thirty days after the or other officers' who.may be employed] j f
be due from carried into whether enrolled in the militia or the andthe oi hun- serve any or noticeherein provj- |
without law, nor above the law. such an may being effect Department; sum one service thereof, answer such notice, admit- subpna }
outrage could only be the result of sudden tint tee acts or atite legislation, auiruu ,k .. 'mny. b.. *_.on.aa member' oi .dred thousand dollars be,,'and is hereby appropriated itting or denying the facts alleged therein, ded for, t reeve fr.t'l ]
embarrassment and the comitatus either the marshal party at shall j
violence, unhappily too much unpreparedfor they may cause create posse by out or any money in the'treau- and stating specifically! any other' who instanc'thesmc i
;cannot derogate either.from the duty or a commissioner, according to law and grounds have been are or
would be expense ; ry not otherIse to tbe the
be resisted. It apIrpnated carry which he rests of his election j
to successfully upon validity '
the of that it is their such may be allowed for similar services' in the
or authority Congress to carry out duty to obey summon provisions of this .
to :
indeed if we were obliged efect. and shall serve a of his answer
,
melancholy this outbreak against the constitutional fully and fairly the plain and imperativeconstitutional But perhaps it may be doubted whether the Approved, February 14, the copy States wherein such service" may .be rendered ". '
regard provision for the delivery of marshal a commissioner can summon as upon contestnt respectively. : \
or 1
, and legal authority of the Govern SEC. 3. further ,tnacf *
bound to labor in State and the comitatus militia r : Tat Approved, 'ebruary'19,1851. .,,
ment as proceeding from-trie general feeling persons one es posse an organized PuBtic-No. 5.] when any contestant or returned l; 1

of the people, in a spot which is proveibially caping into another, to the party to whom force, acting under its own appropriate offi. AN ACT to create additional collection di1trictl ber shall be desirous of obtaining testimony me __' :-, '
such labor be due. It is clear cers. This point may deserve the consider.ation the Territory of Oregon, and for other' .
called the cradle of American liber- may quite i .pur- respecting. such. election,. shall be '.lawfulfor Lat :from,Texas. '-
that the resolution of of Congress.I .
h'." by Congress of third of WHI. him to make application to judge of :.c4-'i- -
'J' March the 'of use this to the assurance Be it enacted by the Senate, and any Texas dates have been received. >
Such is not the fact. It.violates 1821 marshal the United Ocasion' repeat House court of the United --Slates or to t t.
undoubtedly o any _
without question, the general sentiment States in any State in which, the use of the that, so far a on me, the laws shall Representatives,the,United States of.t- chancellor, judge,or justice of a. ay,31st nit. \ .
jails the State has been withdrawn in be faithfully executed, and all forcible ira in Congress That in of Galveston It was cold:on the 15th t
of the people of Boston, and of a vast op assembe record any State,:or.to any mayor recor- 8 ,
whole in from the of the to them mppressed ; and to this ritory of Oregon he three collection that ice formed in vessels'
majority of the whole people of Massachusetts or part purpose de- fosition der, or intendant of any town or city, whichsaid open- 1 11a i
as much as it violates the law, d. fies .ntion of persons committed under the authority prepare toWercise, whenever it may district with a port of entry to each officer shall reside! within.the Cngre inch thick, and sl po''o' a-3 i

the authority the Government, and dis- of the United States, is not only em- necessary, the power constitutionally district wit Umpqua, Oregon,an'd Puget's 810nnldistrctln which vested in me to the fullest extent. I am district '-sh U 'include The Galveston' : *
but
those concerned in it, their aiders and powered, expressly required, under the of tion was beldv' shall thereupon issue his Telegraph states t tha
abettors.graces diection of the judge of the district, to..hirea fully persuaded that the great majority of all the land, harbors, rivers,'and writ of subpoena directed to such" witnesses famous wild 'wOan''of the; baa f

It is nevertheless, duty to lay before convenient place for the safe-keeping of the people pf this country are warmly, and shores embraced in that portion of the' Ter- as shall be named to him al,, requiring. the been'caught.. .A.'party of hunttre'wb.were :
my strongly attached to the Constitution, the pre aforesaid lying between the fortysecond out banting deer : !
the Senate in to its resolution, some prisoners committed under authority of the auendac of such witnesses before him at apoathe
ntlyct .
answer
important acts and considerations connectedwith United States. It will be seen, from papers servation of the Union. the just support of and fory-fourttdegeesof: north latitude some time and place namedin.i the" subpoena, camp of this'singular eapttredher. )

the accompanying this communication, that the the Government, and the maintnance of and appointed in in order to be then and there' examine respecting She is a African negress, 'who.fed to'those ..

A resolution subject.of of September attention of the marshal of Ma"chusett the.authority of law. I am persuaded that pursuance of existing' laws for said district! the sid' contested "the wilds when the'settlements were deserted .. t

declared Congress, was distinctly called to this provision the their earnest wishes and the line of my con and Scott&ville shall e and hereby, madea i manner:hereinafter provided. just after Fannin's defeat, a.h has '- s

23,1789"That,it be recommended: to the Legislatures law by a letter from' the Secretary of the stitutional duty entirely concur; and 1 doubt port of entry and delivery, for said district, Sccv4. And be it further "That been wandero like ""oargottfr.a

of the several States to passTawsf -a Y.JoL: the_date_of.October 28th last not firmness, moderation) and prudence, at which.the: collector shall reside. The every such witness shall be Ide Ire wit period" ye. clhla-
strengthend and by of Oregon -shall include all the 'land suck ring that period haa'consiMed'ofacorns Snutsand.otherwihjruits ,
,
it the of the There is no official information that the animat te.; dist subpoena, by 'a copy ,
making their expressly receive and duty keepersof therein marshal has provided any such place for the opinion of the popl prevent repetition rivers, harbors 'and"'shores 'embraced deJiY &'olin her;or left at hi. 'or-her with.eachw other .. '
Jails to safe-keep the author- confinement of his prisoners. If he not, of disturbing 'the public within that portion the Territor of Ore- usual ptacof abode, at least five days before food a she could occasionally steal iroa the
all committed under b '
prisoners shall be it is to be regtted that this power not peace and reprobated by all good men.M1LLARD gon lying between the for- the day on which the attendance of the neighboring settlements. She; cannot speak
ity of the United States, until they FILLMORE. ty-sixth and a half of north latitude: 'witness but conversed freely the'Afri-
,discharged by the course of the laws thereof, exercised by tbe.marshal, under the direction degree witness is jrequred : Prtid That no Enlsh wit
embracing the coast of the Pacific wt'stf neighboring Thus
of tbe District on'exaxnina-
of Judge, immediately on the shall be attnd pttin |
under the like penalties as in authority the case passage of the act of the Legislature of Massachusetts Sheridan Kuowles, it i is said, is about to the coast range of monntain, up to the for tion out of the county or parish in. which is solved the mystery that h er givena f
committed under the
prisoners States of the 24th March, 1843 ; and appear as a polemical writer. He has announced ty-eighth degree of north latitude, and Astoria he or she may reside or be served with a romantic interest the story ,wjld .t
such States the United the ot entitle shall be tbe of for the district woman of theNaY ., The
respective1yJ' of such especially that it was not exercised on the publication a volume port entry snbp Da. Telegraph
to pay for keeping flit Idol own ,, at which the collector shall reside. The That learns that Gen.. having been.fuUyconvinced
month for passage of the Fugitive Slave law of the DelwW Prut SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, Brk
of
jails, at the rate fifty cents per district of Sound shall include all ,:that to conciliate the
author. last session, or,when the attention the an Puget's any summoned in the manner hereinbefore efor '
each prisoner that shall, under their time ,I marshal was afterwards' particularly drawn mer lectures on Transubstantiation.The the land, bays harbors, rivers and shores in person directed,and refusing neglecting Camanches, by any mens at:tbe disposition .6
the
ity;be committed thereto, during ,
of the United States l
i the Territory of the agent, are unavailing.
it. and
to embr to.attend testify, prevented bysicknes
unle
such prisoner shall be therein confined; and inhabitants of the Western Highlands before mentioned districts e, wit: All that unavoidable* necessity( shall for and that their tats are only:intended,to
also to support such of said prisoners as It is true that the escape from the deputy of Scotland have been of the coast between the the ori so'tharthey
gradually descending portion lying the of dollar tobe'recovered'wit'hcostof
twenty ,
forty- sum
marshals in this pay
shall be committed for offences.11A case was not owing to the dup '
in the scale of last forty ; eighth degree of north latitude and the northern suit by the, 'renew.their.depredatIons under,more '
of the want of a prison or place of confinement ; party
,
further resolution ol Congress,
I favorable determined
years. boundary of said! embracing the issued auspic had to
at'whose pun
but still it is not to how tbe tertory.ar instc ,subpoena w
3d of March, 1791, provides that, "whereas easy see prisoner In ,
all the land and of them thaUbey'i1L
I and for use,. by an action. ot debt, 8 efcualy
could have len and conveniently to statistical of t
23d According a
Congress did, by a resolution of the day safely comparison either enemies'or'be
the and half of latitude : .
forty-sixth a degree in court of the United,States and shall open depffe
i detained during of the bear I of suicide which have any ; reml
an adjournment 9000 '
,
of 1789 recommend to the seve- cases occurred -
September, .
of commit
and of the to dep ;:;
mountains
the of ,
I east coast range also be liable to indictment for'a misdemeanor power
an
ao
for without such of
sat Stales to laws making it expressly ing some days, 'place at Paris during the space'of 34 it
pass years tbe
and collector shall be in As soon spring campaignwill
a and fine and opens
appointed pursuance punishment by imprisonment. a I
the duty of the keepers of to receive confinement. If it shall appear that no appears that premeditated suicides generally be into _
of laws and directly .the country
and safe-keep tbeir/'ails/ that no such place has been obtained, directions take place about tbe break of'day or during existing sid ; .. and me will Ioa, their

committed under the authority of tbe United to the marshal wi be given to lose no the night;; and that unpremeditated orimpulsive Olympia for shall said be the port at.of which entry and the de SEC. 6. And be f.furt enacted..That own, hunting savages grounds...: The'
States: in order, therefore to insure the administration time in the discharge his duty.I suicides occur during the daytime. livery district pAc the party at whose nc subpoena ;
/ WildCat is -
shall now wagngcar't4thecainanchea'in 4
collector Nasquallv and Port .
rside. may beissued shall_, at_ least_ beforethe'dayappointed
of justice transmit the Senate Children, old men and women, for'the most n n ten'dvs '
to the opy of a pro I land.constituted of delivery( with sur for the of the ofE sso,
Resolved ty the Senate and House of Rep- clamation issued by me on the 18th inst., in I part committed suicides, occur from the are reside ports thereat in of the eXU: the and he will.tbel'neihbrb. 1
the United States America of.20 to 30 ,and,from 40 70. Thea'nual veyors t .pursuance witness, give notice in writing to opposite I
resentatites of of relation to the* unexpected and deplorable years to act of Congress, approved fourteenth August of'his intention to examine wit- bands to fall back towards our settlements

in Congress assembled. That in'case any occurrences in Boston, together with copies average of suicides in Paris is 300. eighteen hundred and forty-eight, shall nesses,party which notice shall contain 'a statement on' the Colorado.. These.savagei(aye the ,
State shall not have complied with the said of instructions from ihe Departments of War for such. Telegraph) boast that they have>never been '1
be continued as ports of delivery of the time and place of dexamination : > .
'prpo
as i in his Travelsin
recommendation, the marshal in such State, and relative tbe ISLE I te
Navy to general subject. oasEs.-Lng created by this act within the limitsof the name;of who 'conquered,,and th&courseGenBrobkebashitherto
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under the direction of the judge of the district And I communicate also copies of telegraphic Norway, says horses in that district they be the tbe.ofc, toe pursued ba'only served 'to flatter 1
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may respectively same,
be authorized to hire a convenient placeto despatches transmitted from the Department country have a very sensible way of taking 2. And be further, situate.SEC. wtnest conduc Ato be examined, and their places their el.steem. He has treated them withso
their food. Instead ofvs\villing .themselves i .
eaced
nerve as a temporary jail, and to make of State to the district attorney and marshalof the collectors of districts Ore residence, which notice be 'served that- the'cowardly stoua- 1
Duch'resp
with aTpailful of water at a draught, no doubt &at
tbejiecessary provision for the ,safe-keeping the United States th&JDistrict of d the ragged" of the '
Ma.sachusets and Sound .shall be allowed be ,
fear of gon, Puget's leavingjupD with the person to notified Kin '
from the again and then y r
of prisoners committed under the authorityof and their answers thereto. lot getting one thousand dollars each, per annum,..with 'or afiPlusnar place,of abode r' :Pro- Mosquitoes, that' they are a great T
themselves dry fond for
the United States, until permanent provision regard to the last branch of the inquiry overgorging additional maximum compensation of.two That neither :give notice A gang of negroes was lately discoveredin :
shall be law for that I made the resolution of the Senate I the same reason, they have a bucket of wa- fid partrsla to'
made by: purpose ; by their thousand dollars each, per 'annum, should testimony places.at the \ 'prepnn .0. ;
beside allowance
ter down of hay. ahlngon'county :
and the said marshal shall be allowed his have to obser that the Constitution de put their respective official emoluments and fees time, without allowing an' intervalof in %
It is to with what relish same
amusing see .
reasonable incurred for the above that "the President shall take care they number'of' arms, horseeand'provi.sionsiathewoodsandwouJcIhTesertnt*
expenses care take a sip of the one and a mouthful of the provided by existing laws amount to that at least five days: between the ,close, of large
\ puipopes, to be paid out of the Treasury of i laws be faithfully executed," and sum, and tbe surveyors at, Nasqually. and. taking testimony at one place commencement J
I other alternately, sometimes moisten . _
the United States., that "he shall be comtander.inchie of the .0 .only Portland snail oe allowed", in aaaiuon L 1 we.L at another. ad.t. .:on tneif journey in,''a few.cays, oui'me vm\ ,
- rational .
And a resolution of Congress, of March and of of ing their moutns.as a being would was discovered in season, ta defeat ail
army navy while dinner of such fees authorized by existing lawS a compensation SEC:,7. And be further That all 1
do eating dry food. '.
3, 1821, provides that where any State or the militia of the several Sttl's) when called is one thousand eah per an s who shall aitend r to' plans. :;
broken-winded horse
with the into the actual service of A scarcely ever seen of wit f1 ,' .
States, having complied recommendation Sttes" num. -" subpoena, on! who shall, attend, voluntarily
of Congress in the resolution of the and that "Congress shall have power pro- in Norway. _ SEC. 3. And b'e it enacted- That Pacific at the time and'place.,appointed, INCREASE or COTTON AT:THE GotrAn

twenty.third day of September, 1788 shall vide for calling' forth the militia to execute The next session of the American Medical I City, ou fur, .and, Milwaukie, of ,whose examination notice has been given VANCE IN FaEieirrsAfNcwOaiEAirs e '

have withdrawn or shall hereafter withdraw, the laws of the Union, suppress insurrection, Association wi be held in .Charleston, I ou the.Willamette river, U Collection dis as provided in the :next 'preceding section, lear by'tJegra h e"disatcb.frD.Je.

either in whole or in part, the 'use of their and repel invasions." }.tom which it ap. S. C., in the part'of May;and suitable trict of Oregon established ,by this .act, are shall then and there examined on oath Orleans VNew !" '

jails for prisoners committed under the authority pears that the army and navy are, by- the preparations are said to be making to give a hereby constitute ports of delivery, 'and or affirmation, by the magistrate who issued : ceipts "cotton. had 'a ouite to.451,000 Jib

,,' of tbe United States, the marshal in Constitution, placed under the control of the cordial .reception to those _of the professionwho shall be appointed, the subpoena aforesaid, or in case of bi/fat bales;of cotton over last y : same ,

each State or States under the direction of Executive, and probably no legislation of may visit Charleston on the occasion. in surveyors, comformity to law, to,reside t.herat, sence by any other such magistrate a- and the freight"t. Liverpool ha"afoc

the judge of tbe district, shall be and hereby Cngret could add to or diminish the power whose compensations, in addition t the tees thorized by this act t issue such subpoena, at New,Oreas one penny' lttl ,'.
fs authorized and required to hire a convenient given, but by increasing or diminishing Rxv. ELEAZOR WIUJAMS. believed by authorized by eisting. shal:not exceed touching all such matters' and things 'respecting -" ,
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'place to serve as a temporary jail, and or abolishing'altogpther the army.and navy. manyt be the dauphin, son of Louis XVI., one laws' per 'annum! the be .contestedas : Philander says that if makes hinTshadde! *

,to'make tbe necessary provision for the safekeeping But not 8 with the militia. The President ha recently visited his'eary' friends atGreenfield AppIoed1rnMy118Sl.' shall be electiol'about.to 'of the 'parties to read the advertisement of a'priateId? a P \

''tif. prisoners committed under the call the militia into service, even to and vicinity, some'yea -', aforesid, or either,of them, or by their "boy of good moral cbaracttrwhen: it.ia i

authority: the United States until permanent -I excut the laws or repel invasions, but by his childhood were passed.. Of the first' ten [PoBtic-No. 6.] of either of'their agents; and the testimony well known_lhathe means.to' make"a'4evil"

: provision: shall 'be made by law for that authority of acts of Congress passed for I or twelve. years'of his life he< has no:'recollection. AN ACT to amend iii act entitled "An act to establish of the witnesses, together with th questions of him. : $$2

"purpose ; and the said marshal shall be allowed that purpose. But when the militia are. l His features bea'a striking resem' the.Territorial Government of Oregon," proposed by,the partiesor1 their the ,, .,, $ j

his reasonable expenses incurred for I called into service, in the manner prescribedby banc t the engravings of,Louis'XVI and and"An a t eatabliah. the.'er&ra.Gov- said is hereby. .aDtS re- 'A'Washington' 'letter of the 2501 nIt. |

the above purposes, to be paid out of the : law, the Constitution itself gives the command XvU. : ernment. Meo. '. mitt to be to, -Land warrants are in demand. .They J I J }
J of the United States." These various the President < 'Be it enacted Senate and Hotisi''fRepresentalivesof.tI&e c s ruce rtngt.n l'
Treasury t Acting on this principle "LET WE "-A.late fugitive slave : by : his presence, in presence of be quoted at $120 t$126 tor 160.aeres,.and
li. f
provisions of the law remain unre- Congress,' by the act of February 28, HER United States of Americain ant if ; and to be .. :
case in Cincinnati, was settled most decisive : ties or their agents, attending( for 40 acres, 40 a.$41. ,, / : ,-I: |
pealed. 1795, authorized the President call forth Congress assembled, That in additiorf! the witnesses .
the slave The -counsel had duly by -i.
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By tbe law of Massachusetts as that law the militia to'repel invasion, and 'suppre closed ly by 'their herSlf. the.judge said he to the number'of officers' already authorized after atete 'shall lsptn1y' -. '' -Jr." ,the_: -.j'iudexer'of' .
,
I Thomas Knight, : ,
/stood before tbe'act of tbe Legislature of the insurrections !against a' State Gvernmen would give his spee opinion in the : At by law to be.employed :by the ,Legislaive'assemblies > by mail the ,said testimony, .duly. ,certified : to \

JSute of; the 4th of March, 1843, the common and: to: suppress combinations this moment,' the Cincinnati morning.Gazette, of Oregon and .Minnesota":: r.torleSthe'suf.tglslatv under his and sealed. np, to .the :Clerkof HugheatMa0iii"baSbeeaaenteaced i .
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four Hughesiit'wiUberecollIe.tedBoatonfphepur. -
jails in tbe respective counties were to laws of,the United States, and cause. the the woman'stepped says forward tOthe, judge and .mbhe: the hd.of RepiesentatSves for the year imprisonment. J'

1euscd for the detention of any: persons de Jaws,t be faithfuly'excuted.." Put the said;Jjjl want to go home with :my master. autboriie rDg tbeir.seins', tie,being.togetberwitb. .; a copyoftbe. .subpce-._- pose .capturing Cram pis.wile,as al- .
the authority of the acts whenever it ,
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committed a
by employ "
Jained or 1can't fool all dis time., me and of : npon.inepanjas '
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te'noeaH"e
& mrt* of the United States, as well as by the may be necessary, in tbe judgment of the The .Judge said away"go".and* she. "Lt ." *go whose pay per diem shall_ be the. ,.same, ._ _aa_,i provided stn. and,-of tged CngiUT. uve t.,- J
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aurts.and magistrates the States. But President, t use the military force thereby- ,. -, '.'; no\yprYid b1.Jw.tO De oLnercia5. the proof of the' ervice of"'lcb'Doc: '
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these provisions are abrogated, and repealed directed to b called forth,the'President 8baIlIortltwitb { '- The::Prince.de.Canino: ha!lately given W g ,,. b pC I < 8Ed :8.And N it.fri l4e)Th&tth&said "Alabama') .!' &.c in iha.gnaze ti 1.

')>y.the act,of :tbe Legislature of 'MasoachueeUs )proclamation,.command 'such sketch >of.a, large bird.'discovered on 'the ;4" i',,',4,' -. .'. ,' r"f:f' '- magistrate o c, re "Her5wo, .,a 1J f"

; of the.24th of .March,. 1843. insurgents di'ler and retire; peaceablyto banks of the .White Nile. ;/It stands on legs .' ,._ tuBco.1 quire the production,of.'papers,.and on th? a tribe. of Indians,who fled f tat.

.. 'r? tThat; act.declare* that."no judge of any their ae/witin'.*4 limited' four feet high,,"with a '1y.Jjk: a' stort, i..& 'Au glzt'he L.t1vI Anembliei refusal nele. f'.any person,to:'prodaeeanddelim foe to the traeldes '
t court of record of this'commonwealth! and Itm ,These. ar br to ic- and a'b like a'whale. .itt are ot'Oteo1 boolid.sn4 Minnesota Tertito'tluan4XQrotherpUZPO' t 'paper o*paper*ra his p Wcaiy'aM travekworni the34. nO

no j justice, the.peace, shall.hereafter.take euire a proclamation jn e wler'D.; What a symmetrical irt)(must be,! Utoehwof ,4 1 J_ -"'1IbyJkaStnat ;. session:pertaining said efeQq Otto_ ble river wbchflow&tb4ancouMry stuck
that iitia are called oat under, ; copiesof ::The cbteftiino1.13; *,ba4
,fogoizance or certificate incases, duce and '
grant tt.&t and.Houst:'ofRqtrisenIoJflhl' SOr
de1erut
..It.',t,,jnay.arise: under .the third'section of an act to invasion or .A new line of steamers the; Union and: : BI' & ofAmtr ; the se t maybe official papers his tent-pole 1 the. groawt"Alabama .x m ;
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rep ?
.: ,,;; .Cngr'passed February 12, 1793;and or executing the laws.' This section Winfield Scott, I about.to be''put'.on? the umbZe4"Thatbe Covet.: he shall be, liable to aIIthe.rpenLtiespre-: ';J rt t,

,,' -, ; act fugitives front bav consequently,'cre some doubt :from New Vork tqjNjw/Qrleans_ !- ciCoiigr: of'the r scribed in the.filUC-eectiqn'pf!J lhis4ac4an4 here wercstz"r. .' 1'.l1I ;
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} 1 ,:/"..,..71" Uea.* ninruittion of par whIch'a: some eighteen per cent! 1 1oibin !r :: $ G d:' Lodge "of. this A, ,1& tV. '0' sbalIJe S. patfota t : 'distao- -' 4 not'excee&ng5mieionecehte : reasneof, .i-r ':',
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: 1 We recollect no time previous, when there llemen accepted |he offer on the t4th D cetn- .'Stt*! tZ'fi: *. ar" "" &\.rf' t DOt; ItdItOCXC. t. ( 'aomin2 c'.. ewe,hi.11y; tai& ..

: were the same difficulties in the way of making her. The contract ha not:"bee ii'signed bu( ,' rno/nwwiorgtpiied JrpTalJahassel dn : ..g"r'! / ps, -'"', ,j: ,: : .:: : with fr Prof eoyAps Reef*tad' b
,I Senatorial elections 'hare ,the.4th'jn ; : d Esq Grand, ,' 'AU. I I' his subject the Florida
;, as recently we are informedgffill I!lie: bjft.: vice\ibTlhe q.1iirc KAAr W l! J JP W } .", 1 2 a with
L; been.exhibited. The old methods calcuiJ&S. -* .- v *< '$ -'." .: -, .. 5''. builder, the oral inld He set pot
Naval Committee of both Houses of'Con .
'ep" :' Th follow- 'sessional-Congress| ; 1 froni.whicbwe'exuacithe ; ; ; ?:' the
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; ; ) 'Sia : O'frebOn the s'atipr his opinion peninsulaofFlorida .
1 be rt v- "- additional
; of tba
em to late fault Fof each nc
decidedly at .-N. y. Express. ,
: officers i instjjjjed for the' titles of those of more general(characterv little *
were a
made ?
ing by ?
: I ::: Citing the character of the LegisatureWbig! ,- .. -. .: proportionally. i increased.An'Actto.prbvidtjor was, ?!
.LFLORIPA _& rte :the ,bIacbmrd4ucribd
:. or : ,
,Democratic--it isjib longer a.question of '" ltt ', ... :
mi[ : my solution l ; to :determine 'who is to be REPUI3LCAL, .:. "Jefferson'Lodged'L M. "W. An,acTtotmh, nae1Srcretary_ t f War to '-i t"p 'u c1t. l.t'L.llia. i it pjsolqgy'! 'bere. arc _
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Senator.Missouri "- ...... : v yI"rio! i : he says, difierent, of.c"-: .
a Legislature two--, < y : .1 -: th ,:ofjnte est.t h, 4 tht removal of tie In* which lay ihefcwndgtioaiif r Alw-jeef ft P
thirds 'aytn
p, ;-Rhode Democratic Island t has*with chosen a Whig SenBtor J-ACICSOrfILLEs J. H. Verdier! 'Franklin Lodge, R: W. G. 'of,'Ge ces made for the use dians now remaiaing in Florida btyc the water, build egh"Dtai: .
: tat
jl thirds Whigrhas chosen, a DemocraticSena-Legislature i two THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1851. D1.)It 1 ". \, .n ofvlhey, ,.!', in the snppressbn of the : -limits of the Stat. Thes are op ,,. ,
t a .
.4t; ator., MaMacJmsettSi 'which by. means. of ,,-- ," ...' ,. J.R.MegtnnisB of Lon IxwgetRAV. (Gf.'M! .' hostilities dfiheCreek" -' ,' Srift !,')aM ,% .,'there Is still,remaining' within'the. up another,edifice''reathes! jwowwI to Wr brother '
,
.I I of Democratic)and r Free Soil "coalition,. easilY ...ADJOU4UIMETOF.CONGUESS.Both" '. M.'D. Pa ,: ,--:; r- ; Rr G,:. S.: '. ,11rthe yejr"J836,18!: J, aboundary,of. jhjsJState j remnant of tile '. races, until tb.the, 3ittle

k, : elected Governor, 'has'' thus far, found. it Houses Congress:, adjourned r at-12 :S, S..K n f g h'1 .. ''C', ,i'* It n.' 'T. and I838>1da.. tnji' t-; <*** **"-- '-. AwSeminole'5Kmfc' Indians= i c ifi' to'ttreatot ': nle mason \isfuncttQffiCiOpaDd Jeare";his labors
; i impossible 'bY'the'nme means to"makea 9' lock on Tuesday the 4th inet.-the.House found : asylam for -..laI : i-.V"the : 'aAd. otheraeieiU of
: \ Senator. New York has'in her B. Loeb, of J fer60n'Lg ,W. G. M. A.nac't.to afitary j, _. .., ,; ," to be crowned by D
::.t.F: a very,large Whig majority/yet, Legislature the effort' :to, La'ving' finished off tan earli hourall there \D baD. .' ,.- 't '\V.'GGi.,- \ "I I :i indisuppor] otjnyalid i ,a f;disabled ,1 !" : jtshand ;renabll't9P! -. ture. "'When'JhJ.work U' done deposits whichfinally

f, t elect a Senator has proved'abortivth- The vas: any prp/spect/ tof: their passing,' in-the: The Grand"Lodge vt meets"agairVoh -the first soldiers l of ,the ,armytol'the United States, tions,of the! pet>,ic who the from the sea e the upozithe surface of tile .

',"L .." Generat1ssemhly 'of'Ohio-his: adjourned, meantime whiling,the-,hours: withi"' 'c calls: ,;.of Monday !in Jun"eiext. ArTact,toj amend .1e t.eg 1atiflgtl1! ap: public,!laridsand_ tea] n'thIni1an'frontier : ter and exteniTabdve,become,terra firm*.. He thinks;that w
unable to fill the Vacancy occasioned i by-Mr. the House, interlarded with numerous ,wiui- .jflj of)mporedl: r b dis" and.fojothey'purposes. :'And whefeasnty-.h-e) 'ierm r rthe act the.; penlnsula'is 'extension-- .'reefand

", :',.i Corwin's: translation' the Executive Cabiinet. ; .& A'vote, of thanks was passed Capt. .Er;,fndian,Agent :it Tampa. {advertises ., '.;/ : i ,of Congress 'admitting!),"ten*,. .jrito t' reeCtbVflrst buntr being the construction o(,
1:
:Vji"t' wishes._ In of FIoridaw the"party,-'Democrat and'by combining defeated'with the to! peaker Cobb-to'which he made a neat for the! benefit of the owners that An Act forth. 'relief. of%jtbe| American.' 'Colonization ,' Union; jurisdiction, l deibred t ex: d' the coral'Sn ttenbinc1r o* "Mr.'
have'fteen taken
:i .;* the Whips/ secured the election of Mr..Mailory reply. The Senate was a wh'ole day before certain ammala,' said to by .- Society., \: i'I' ,, over all!,thterr! w hir her boundary laldstardt Wrtffrbm thersea ,aSltogetUv..form'QgiQ.

'1.. 't In the 'pla e of ?\Ir. Yulee. In New : the adjournment, occupied with the River and the. Seminoles. I .after the. ;' !Uders"4n'-1849. [This provides" for reimbursement, to. except certain reservations for military ir- 1.fond. .If.this theonr.be: :

:.r... J rsey about the same number are making Harbor bill!-which was finally'(defeated by have been given ut6wiT' f. :" j,: tbe' Society: "money ;:expended''.in' takingcare poses, but which is rendered inoperative true, we niai- .lnde'-that; t.wrecking
I::"' equalt trouble. The Legislature of tbat "tactics"" 'of the .' One dark brown marC poney, -.old. the barque reason of the continuance of the Indians business will last so'idM ,*,tb existsiLightbonsesarid
recaptured
it State,'j is Democratic by a very small major opposition.We j about of the negroes r '
I 4 t i ity. The party first nominated in caucus a give the most important acts passedin One sorrel borsecoltgeIdin. pony ::-. i i within j ouborders, contrary to ,hes"sol. from ,bans trm.:t.manner ;

. [ Mr. Thompson,Tmt two or three "impractt- another column. Ot the bills which were three years old.' Pons.j, to limit the liabilities of ship owners. ,. ,emn obligations and engagements, or the in hi$ path, but se bas'alittle' foe: who _"

r-li cablef-: refusing to vote. for him, another defeated, we notice the following : The River One small rkcloedthue'The ; and for other ses. : : Federal Government:;And whereas,'these continually pilling np stumbling blob; in t .
,' nomination was made in the person of Commodore mare and colt supposed!;to belong to ptrp his way; and laying'snares' in. the,
't" and Harbor bill, the French Spoliation bill, ascertain and the private Indians having repeatedly passed beyondtheir t \
' An act to
-; Stockton, late of the Navy. But Mr. Stone formerly:of.Ind.itn) river.' sette' wbere he believed all was blue \va ,
:\ even his election* eeemn'not at all rertain as tbd bill for the, relief.' of THOMAS. 'RITCHIE a mule, to...belbng\ to sothe land claims i ihthe:; State of California .' prescribed. boa.ndst and, in the most security The Professor will make a reportwe

:I f t five unsuccessful ballots have been made, at from a printing contract, all the bills granthigpublic The supposed one An act to'amend an :.act entitled an act al.lowing 'treacherous and unprovoked manner, murdered understand'to Chief of, the Coast

: ft .1 no one of which did he receive more than 38 lands for rail-road purposes, all the near the light-house afCape- Florida. compensation- to the members of our peaceable citizens and:destroyed ,: Survey, which will interest yon a much as
J4 1'1'ft Votes, while 40 were required to make a : Owners are requested to aithorize someone and insecurity did his lecture of last evening intelligent
I _
: bills( granting aid ,to steamship lines, among the Senate, members of the House of their property, creating terror bi
has been elected.
choice Stockton since
[ ] at Tampa to receive: Ibem-or, after .a audience.
:: them the Collins' and lines, the fortification the whole line of:oar frontier -
';t These signs would seem to indicate ther Ebony Representatives of.the United States, and I throughout
: r e.f loosing; of party ties, if. not the total disruption bill, and the resolution to create reasonable time,'the proceeis i of their"public- to the'Delegates"'of'the Territories, and settlements, rendering the tenure of Correspondence of the Cluurleaton N w>:

t4tt l: of old organizations. Nor can we the rank ,cf .Lieutenant General. The bill sale. repealing all other laws, on that subject. 'property precarious, retarding emigration to Xxi Wxer. F.b.85L,v

.'Oil.. f (t say That that parties we much will regret exist such hereafter a result.in one to establish, board of accounts was lost, it' FATALITY.-It is with [pain> we learn of [This forbids the payment <)f constructive our' State, and operating ,most injuriously .i hour The on Isabel the' did and not 'arrive until she'>at her.made canal her.

. ..1 l t.'I to' form or another cannot be doubted. But will be remembered, some time since. another deathby drownhg at Mandarin.The mileage to senators'who remain in Washington against our prosperity and improvement :- i appearance 17th following ,morning some

'.$..1't f t: that'they' will exist under somewhat new Perhaps the three most important! bills victim was Mr. Wit. S. Hartly, who atthe close of a Congress to ,attend Therefore, anxiety was felt for her safety; Rollins is

1 l : modifications, and with other components, which have been lost the session of lost his life on the evenirg of the 3d inst the session of' the new Senate to act upon SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and a bold, akiful,1nd experienced navigator,
.I present
" t: t tS'S4 : and ble. differently The Attraction arranged of affinity materials will, is of course proba Congress, are the River and Harbor bill, the He leaves a.wife and two infant to Executive business, and_has other provisionsof House of RepreserJatrvei of the State of Flor and child bis'mimic beautful steamer be a does to ma a

-' :: tend to draw together those whose purposes French Spoliation bill, and the Board of mourn his sudden and unexpected decease, which we are not informed in the absenceof id in General .Assembly convened, That,the the most perilous boatyet part of a the Flod h Reef

.-,; t-l.1 and principles and interests are similar, while Accorflits bill Over the loss of the first as well -as a numerous circle of relatives the bill.] Governor of this State be and be is hereby down at every trip,and at night t i Do
- .1 those discordant sentiments will be repelled and to remarkable that he
.:. -these latter however to nnite with those beNorth-west, and West will heartily lament and friends. An act to supply deficiencies in the appropriations invested with full power authority a with little! accident. h -

' h i of their kind. The result will be,. one would ; but as it has its most strenuous advocates MEXICAN SEED.-We acknowledge the for the service of the fiscal year urge upon the President of the United States, The no construction- of the screw pile lirhtat

;'V ;J hope, greater independance of thought and with the Whig party of the country, receipt of several papers of seed from the ending June 30th, 1851. through the proper department, the necessityfor Carysfort ref,under the superintendence

: 'e :, action in fnture-at least fora while.Georgian. it will consistent to our lamentation calientcs of Mexico for which An act making appropriations for the support r the speedy and final removal of the rem ofMnj. Lenard of Topographical KniCorp. .
tJ... suppress tiem1 we .
.f, : _'u ,. ." and he
I.I nant of Semmole .Indians now remaining in neer is progressing rapidly
lor tne
when we consider what an aversionwe of the Military Academy ,
t. are indebted to the poke attention of BUCKINGHAM
.1.. 1VHAT DOES IT MEAX1The have had to entailing debt on the Gov- SMITH, Esq. They are of the variety year ending June 30th, 1852. I Florida, agreeably to the stipulations of the expects of July to next.show' The its light importance.on the Four J font day

' : : J New York Express of the 1st. says : ernment. Our debt is now estimated at one of the Green Tomato and of the fruit An act making appropriations for the paymjnt treaty of Payne's Landing, and the repeated to the navigation of the Gulf will be readily

4 We understand, and from a reliable source, hundred millions of dollars at the end of the of the Passion Flower. We have, distributed of revolutionary and,other pensioners assurances of the General Goverme'nt, and understood,,when I say tbat it stands ,upon

:. :"J that Mr. Marcoleta, the Nicaraguan Minis present fiscal year. The.most exaggerated portions of them to several!, cultivators, of the United States for the year' ending until this can be effected, the necessity.of the mot canard part of the ref, knw
h! t ter,had three interviews on three consecutive 1 the amount of force and the as the elbow of the reef, about nine
maintaining
: 1' mornings before leaving England, with a calculation at the end of the Mexican War who will endeavor to 'propagate them, and June 30th, 1852. from the land immediately on the

, )1 4 !c:.. 'leading English capitalist who has sworn never made it more than this-and some of cheerfully furnish at a future 'time others An act making appropiations for the ser- chain of posts designated by the Secretary the Gulf, and;in abut twelve fet eg,0 .

: 1. '.j to defeat the Nicaragua Canal enterprise, us ,well nigh despaired of surviving such amrtben. who may wish to raise plants'of this species TJCC Uf Post Office D /* lmof' JoinS th. o.V. in J 9.- XViUuna few rOIA ( it .t and has so written to his correspondents SEC. 2. Be it further enacted. That the it then rapidly ahundr.
. '!t ending'June 30th, 1852. fathom deepens t.
., With.this hanging over us, appropriations Their dissemination in the State is one of year I
here. is authorized and required The light will the' first class
t reduce and the rates of Governor hereby be
An act to modify
",;; !r Mr. Marcolcta is not a Nicaraguan, nor for rivers and harbors are un- the objects Mr. SMITH has in view. lamp, one hundred feet abovetide
and
: when it shall be expedient ,to
': has he ever been in that Republic. Was it advisable, to say nothing of the refined constitutional postage in the United States, and for other proper water, and Its flashes will be seen fro the
,. RAILROAD ACROSS FLORIDA.-The New raise of mounted volunteers, to
; i therefore supposed by the gentlemen who theory which some advance purposes. a regiment deck of a shiptwentyfive ,mie iwr
'Jl 'f sought and had these interviews with him, against them. But the lost bill was in Orleans'Picayune, of the. 18tji ultimo, pub [An abstract of the provisions of this act be commanded by one colonel,.with a regimental weather. Prof.'A assiz Jen ''j.,
many
'If ':, that as he had none of those interests and lishes a letter fromoveror Brown, relativeto be found in another column. Some one lieutenant colonel, and one Isabel, to the general, regret of our, people,
features been doubled in may staf
i;: :1 feelings which would naturally result from lavish-having the above named road, and urging its con- further amendments made by theHouse. major, consistof ten companies of who well know how t ap3tey"hi
were
. V* either birth or residence in a State, he could amount by the House over the estimate slight eba examined the <
4r '.t. be successfully tampered with. made by the Department. This still more struction upon the favorable regard of the .} eighty rank and file each, and commandedeach Florida and the Coral reefs a the Tortugis,

::4 ;. This same ship in which Mr. Marcoleta reduces the causes of regret at its failure. citizens of New Orleans. He says' respect- An act making.appropriations. for the civil by one captain and two lieutenant?, many of the intreit parts of :general '

'-i: ..r came, brought also, as 'we learn, full and ing the project : and diplomatic of and to increase the-same if need be to two interest; and many observations
j& bli accurate: intelligence to a gentleman this Yet national debt-although advanced as expenses government and collections. elucidating the origin...andgiadualformation
: : "I cannot imagine an enterprise in which for the .e 30th 1852, and not exceeding eight hundred men
ending ,
between the minister Mr. Polk and those who year regiment
'tl city, of all.that passed a reason by now people of New Orleans should take a deeper of the reefs,, keys, and
. ,: 1 and the captialists. What wajs the nature of again give the French Spoliation bill the interest. 'Connected with the contemplated Tor other purposes. rank and file to each regiment, with their coasts of South Florida. Oar- are

'f :i' it we knownot, but it is known, and Mr. go-by-affords no such excuse. for the defeat route from the souh: western coast of the An act making appropriations for the sup proper officers; which said troops shall 'be just wakening the conviction pp,

...' St i Harcoleta himself will doubtless furnish a of that either of the bill Gulf of Mexico across the Isthmus of Tebu- port of the army for the year ending June properly armed and equipped. are living in a region o rare :and romantic
measure, or
,I ;: due to it by the course of his negotiation, interest that the ] scat
.
to the Pacific Ocean, it completesthe enacted That the ; Cratol'6
antep 30th .1852. SEC. 3. Be it further ;
d'r'f : eoon to be commenced with our accomplish- providing a board for the settlement of claims, entire line of steam transportation from : tered th"mpst beautiful pearls, of ..scienceprofuely

tl''.4 | ed Secretary.: which is a good'acompaniament to the. the,extreme, Northern. States 0 n the Atlantic An act making".appropriations for the cur- Governor shall have full power and author- around them, and that the ba

f French Spoliation bill. Government beingin to the -racinc- passing directly" through" the rent and contingent expenses of the In ity to use said, troops ,so, authorized_ to'.be !sndS and forests at their very

1 The Cenlul. debt, should not bar the payment ot debts cityof New Oreans.| A glance at,.the map dian'Department, and for' fiilfiling treaty raised and;commissioned, to cooperate: ,with i counte and. eloquent ;for
:''C : From the returns which have reached must the mind with the importance( which the the glory, power and the ,
.
impress with the Indian force of
,:.4.; : Washington, the Editor of the New York -when it has not the excuse of an indvid- of this link between the Atlantic and the stipulations vat s any Unite State troop ,God. gD
.
0'., 1""J Tribune estimates the population of the Un- ual,creditoi, who may not be able tocomroand Gulf, through Florida i in the. great chant tribes, 'for the year ending ,June'SOth. ;, President may order !to ? the purpose :He ba not only scrutinized]: the'.surface

J ion at 23,000,000. By the apportionmentBill 1 means. The-Board of Accounts,""bill connecting the, two oceans. 1852. .1 of removing be'ndian, as contemplated of these beautiful islands*bat be h jcone
:.. Bill passed at the last session of Congress, 1 and the and down into the-waters
should have been and followed)) An act make appropnations for the paymentof by this .act, ,for protect q e
h: ; ifY"i I the number of Representatives for the next passed, by Mr. George 0. McMullen, formerly of .pensions for'the: yearending June : security of the- frontier settlements, or, ascommanderinchief of strange' and pnet[ and ',with
, is limited to 233. In regard tolhe the Spoliation bill-loth measures which navy scientific rudeness
ten ,
to
: years Tallahassee, has been elected Principal Clerk u give'" ,our
:;:j r :; number of memberto which different States would not have conflicted sectional in. California of 30th, 1852. of th.militia of this the romance and the"'fashoa [of:amiol-

.J1! are supposed to be entitled, the Tribune ercsts or constitutional scruples.'*f* Q the House Representatives. An act to prescribe the mode of obtaining State, to employ diemhen.n his judgment life;, He has waked amongst the sea. fans

,i :' says : : THE "FLORIDA ARGUS."-The OCALA evidence in cases of contested elections. it may become necessary, as.an independent and feathers, Jforst, retreats, at, ocean'

. it( C "New York will, it ,is morally certainhave. SENATE DEn, TE.-' ARGUS has changed its name to the first 1 I An act to amend an act, entitled "An'act to force'for the' removal of the Indians, and lovers and the.eDiu'worJ;
. less than her The ,debate the President's secrets which the
33 on
.f members-only one ,
. message mentioned title, and been enlarged and much establish the territorial government of the'' protection and security of the frontier .1
't fancied
present number.. Massachusetts, Connect! (which document we publish on the first ; 'cor caves were forever in
-C- ,4 cut and New Jersey will each retain its present resumed the 22d and improved in appearance. Mr. John An- Oregon, and an act to establish.the territorial set ement / deep topic sea;,. The geographicalposi.iou
) on
;.: : number; Vermont loses one, as does New page was' concluded drews has become connected with it, and,it government of 'Minnesota. < .nd be it { enacted, That ( of. reefs and islands-theic vicinity

;:., Hampshire, and Maine also; Pennsylvania jan 'the 24th, with the unanimous is now published by Grouard & Andrews. An act making appropriations for the naval the troops raised, urt shall l to the Equatorand the warm currents
::,1 J (we think) will hold her own; so will Ohio; reference of the message to the committeeon 8 serice. of the Gulf render them what Agassiz pronouncesthem
The latter in the of service for the June 30th be entitled the
was 'employed printing year ending to same pay forage,
;J i :,. Delaware, of course, cannot lose; Maryland the Judiciary. Tire working of the rations the.mest'.;interesting of allsimilar
'0:. if will probably lose one; Virginia two; North Compromise measures, and the course of the fce'of"the Republican from its frst issue 1852. and compensation as are allowed to the same foraIon upnle,globe; aod.we
\t. ..s Carolina and 'South Carolina will probably until within a month or two past, is a An act to establish certain post routes in description of,troops:by the army regulationsof trust return to Harvard -

,Ji lose one each; Georgia will about hold he President, as well 'aa the object of his message young man of much industry. The Argus the United States and the Territories the United State, aod that the Governor_ may induce other lovers of'nature t
rl t '";f own as will all the States '$ utbwest of were ably and, strenuously supported .examine them.- 41is industry, hU
situated favorable for thereof.An be make -
being at a point a required to application: to Congress ene
tt' her$ Kentucky will lose one which Missou throughout .by Messrs. Downs, Clemens, ami.his success are: marvellous
& will gain; (and possibly another) Michigan Dodge, Douglas Cass, 'Berrien, Dickinson, press,'we hope it may command much suc- act making appropriations,for lighthouses to make provision for the payment of theexpenses glancing over bis barrels and boxes a of :upa

"l ;;1 and Arkansas each'gain' one; Iowa barely cel! lightboats, buoys, &c., and providingfor so incur arationsone can almost fancy,that prep

' I J:' holds her own. We presume Illinois gains ,and Clay and the'case pronounced hopelessby TiE "Ktr WEST GAZETTE," the Prospectus the erection' and establishment of these SEC., 'it further enacted, That$50,000be bivalves, and multivaYve the.modqst and
': ,;r one, and Indiana may do so, but that is Messis. Turncy, Borland, ,Jeff. Davis, 5"le pretty man ;
and for other bLad'min
' for which has "
been advertised in our columns purposes. subject to the control of the
.f California will but hold approprited strombus, and the
ii scarcely probable. Chase 4* Rhelt. The two last named disputants ,
F has also hand A resolution for the relief of Louis Kossuth State to for the teen
: I. ,.i her own. exhibited a singular coincidence of logic come to We wish Govrnor provide before CapL:,Scott, crawlout, for iJ-
: Mr. Alexander, the proprietor, who for many and his associates, exiles from Hungary. necessary supplies and munitions for putting whenever ever he presents ,.himselfi.i :
:; AN AMUSING OCCURRENCE. few. days -or perhaps rather a natural coincidencein '
since occurred iii Fore- : yeais has been connected with the newspaper [This provides that a passage in one'of the into force and effect the, provisions of this their waters. He delvee a lecture, List
a laughable scene
'J! tft the in
denying constitutionality con- evening the
business full realization of his Government vessels tendered Jfe Louis act and that the Governor this ,Baptst Cburh"ad we hv
:.i; ; etreet A Frenchman, passing a hpus gressional legislation, or the province of the a hopes b State be nevtfr heard so many "
_:t where a red flag was hung out to indicate in his hew location.. Kossuth and.his companions in_exile in Turkey and is hereby authorized to pledge the faith short;a time as he gave us in'an fact r<; Ve s
Federal Government to enforce the <
'5 I ;; that some infectious disease existed within'i restoration to convey them to the United States. of the State in raising the'moneyhereby a manwho wishes the truth
; t inquired of one whom he met why the flag; of fugitive slaves. Mr. Iett anathe- CORN AND BACON. appropriated ril onlytte
i if cn say a great deal in !I, i
,
!t suspended there. The Augusta necessary. r
!: was Tuesday
matized the Democratic leaders, as having Rulic' saysthereceipte CHEAP POSTAGE BILL.
t ':.. i: ilGot the small pox in there replied the, of last week TIE ,: SEC. 6.Be, :fit, further enacted, That the, }
' 'I \:,r gone over 'in a body ir. Clay;, He We obtain from thi '
:'b. t! r. tnanhurryingon.J were 28,000 bushels; and thattoo,' when Republic the following Governor of'this State shall be authorized to COWHIDING' 'RT.-The
. ; .. r The Frenchman pause! and, gazed at the should hare said they have gone back'..1 to. the market was abundantly sapple. In, abstract he'provisio'ns of the Postage appoint'the commanding officer of the Orleans Jrue.DeftaoI'BJm the 2
: r r f i flag and the house for a moment, and then first principles.Mr. Chattanooga there was Corn. bill, as amended in the Senate from the ,troops : \tfSy
l ,. walking up to the door, plied the knocker vig At every point we hear that Corn is accumulating -' : so,to be Ts under 'foregoing bill. "An etraordin ry' case
..: _H,' rously.I Clay has written a letter to Senator in quantity, and declining in price. .House; and finally passed with a few slight SEC. 7. itfurth'e enacted, That should came off. at Bank' Arcade yesterday mon-

oj; ', S "Wbatdo you want sir!" inquired a wotnan Beekman, of the New York Assembly, expressing Large quantities of Bacon are on the way modifications!by the latter body: the Federal authorities decline .or refuse to ing. We IOt her the' names of the distinguished -
-.;;::, ,who,cautiously opened the door. from New Orleans to Charleston and Savan parties We' learned, however,
i : his oi the'vote of that With to letter
approval, regard the Senate take for
postage immediate
and final ,
prompt the
cteps that the cowhided was a gentleman high
nah. ,
I rio "I want to see ze grand show, Mada-ne!P In truth the country is well suppliedwith hill that from up
;f i'' "We have no show here," said thevo- gentleman defeating 'the nomination of the c r arid bacon, which have unfortunately 1851 provides, of the rates and of after' 'June 30, removal of the Indians beyond,the limits of in the pictures, and the cowhides' a lady
endeavoring to the Frenchman Fish-y aspirant for the place of U. S. Sena been held back postage now State hereinbefore the upper ten." .
;! .l :: nan, keep : by speculators, who established by law, there.shall be chargedthe ,as proposed and contemplated -
fU1 t from entering. "And you better go away, tor. Mr. Clay also warns him to stand firm are finding out that the' weight is too heavy following rates, to wit: For single then the Governor of this State
M1 for have the small here!" for them to sustain. The of every Honraurr.-"Ipray, O excellent
10: we got pox in his opposition until Fish gives assurance tendency: these letter m- of shall be- .TacJ
kind andhe is
"Aha, dat is it! ze little fox," chuckled commoities'is downward, and we chronicle which ausrlptf information: paper shall be any hereby authorized and empowered ;cumber not yourself and me, t get a
1;' Monsieur, "Vy, Toil say ho show, aha 1" of. intention to sustain the whole com ccension] with'peculiar pleasure. upon in the mail, for. distance asked, &c be-:, on' the part of the State of Flori curiously rich dinner for this man or 'w

( /'1 tell you sir there is no 'shpw here! promise. The above
. .we've got the small pox-d'ye hear!" News. Another' k exceeding 3,000 miles, three cents when for the sum of not less than two millions of bed-chamber made ready at top great a cost;
."SaCle dam!1" cried the Frenchman, get Among the appointments of the President. Georgia paper quotes corn the these if they are curious in
ting out of patience, "zat is vat I say, two, confirmed by the Senate, is that of Grafton in that State at. $1,25, and talks of its, scar postage distance shall -have been prepaid ; and for dollars: Provided, The United States will they. thing for a few shillings in any 1em

..p. tree, seventeen times-ze little fox ; In petit Baker, of Mississippi, to be Chief Justice of city and the prospects of a famine, in consequence any those 'rates for.eceeding 3,000 such miles double furnish at Tampa Bay, or some other point, lage jJwLrather lUba see,,,if T

-' + renard; I will see ze grand show!I" the Supreme Court of the United States .for of _absorption of. cultivation in when ; every or in part single by letter sea,,' on.the. requisibn" the.Governor,, sufficient will,.in your ,;. s,. .behavior,
'onveyedwholr '
He was proceeding to crowd himself in at heart and earnestness .thought
; the Territory ofu.Nevy.( Mexico. ,This is cotton. Is this scarcity and high price the and to lgn country, 'for any means', for their, under the and your. *.jour
the partially .opened door, when luckily a distance iinsprition will, which he cannot .buy (any price
4Jt: gentleman passing at the time, succeeded in another appointment.,a Southern man, to' work of speculators,as the above paragraphstates for distance over2,500.mllel under 2,500 twenty miles cent; and chare of a ei e and in any,city; and which he, mJ well,'travel

r' making him comprehend that what be had fill the highest judicial station of one of the ? If.so, we'hope the "weight"' maybe :single any letter is one not exceedinghalf, cent.A' 'conduct the ,&said Indians to'Jhe home pro- twenty ,miles 'and dine spay aod Bleep

Nfl-I.; taken for a- "jsmall fox" was an infectious neW'territories.. S still,"heavier for them-to sustain." Corn ounce; double and treble letters double an .vided'C them. in .the.WesVand upon tbl barely behold., 'Let no ; .. of
.
pay
1rj1. d.i .', ,He Tin bed.,and. board but I Id
eue and treble'th se.rates. acceptance of the foregoing i hospitality ;r
has been here for' btune'of proposition
' : The ned foreigner reached the curb A J :bed! in going some time to on love honor and flow
'I1r frigbt large !anti-slavery meeting was .! The rates of- the eourjesy
e of the. General ,
newspapers part : Government the an "
and there is postage may
ia etone at a single bound, and with pale face Toronto. ,.c ana'da'on the 27th ult.,.; called by $1,25, 'excellent be stated thusAll not exceed in aU thy .
.Uh1 and trembling limbs, hurried off muttering, opening for some 'of the- which is newspapers State pf Florida'wil! ,assume 'the responsibilitfan ; 'IFoMo .
the Mayor. .A Society was formed called !surplus ; ing tbree ounces in.weight, sent to .actual The above i li-a,gem from Ralph"
"
.hli "Ah pestei! I sal catch ze renard! ab I eaidie : pouring Charleston_ I and Savannah. subscribe" from the., office 'of publication !,expense of the removal of the said "Emerson
tf.Lt1 1 1 ville be all over spotted! Ah, ze pe the Anti-Slavery Society ol; Canada, the' declared ., : i i i- shall be charged as follows 'Indians beyond'her t, further

tw : 'ti. varole! ,ze' petite varole I:?Portland, object of which is to, kid 'in the ,ex-. CATHOLIClBISHOP''.GEORGIA. Bishop within the where: Weeldy papers free tOthe r'intvith
1 ? ;county published, charge Thatin A college"student his
r ;
v t ; Sttes
,2I J; ., ,Nt1I1I., : ___._,. Unction. of ''slavery all:' over, ,the'_world,-anl darild;of Pbi'' fhwJ! 'ba been appointed for anT dIstnc not. exceeding .fifty miles no, case-shall l the State be Proidd the 'lie .and a challenge gave ,'folow felow'sen'.n

: Tine 8cTiaLrDaI.Doc 'it SAN FBAK to manifest sympathy with "Fugitives :from Bishop of :of G or. out county -where publishedV :flve We for other mathematc,tutor,'heard dea.
amount
Lf cisco,is to be built upon the terms authorized d American Bondage.-' .' 1 gi Savannah:his :-future, cents per.fluartec eding".ty and not any or greater than them9neyippropriated young man who' te '

14i1 1: at the last session 'Congress, that is, un* j. .,_" ., ga"intendacm: ,tAbi1lprovidiugfortbeeIecfionof' more than Ibree.fiundretl cents per by.the, Gner Govern- : chaIlene'wboiusisted that be must fight t

.f : ,der the law,limiting the cost to a, sum "not !. :THE,STATU or.GeoBG.u. / vs.', GCOKGC. ; J.' "I' quarter; over.tbree.bundred. and not ,exceed : ment.; .1 shield his Honor."Why _. .
'. :exceeding by more than twelve per cent,- the Bpux>cH.-Hisnor'iJldge' Jackson 'ha :i ( a U. ig : thousand, miles fifteen' 'cent per !,:asked" the tutor. .
r i .> 1. total amount contracted; to be paid for .the quartr over one thousand:and opt A:letter from'Florence : Because be'gavVme the '* *
"T, li.Very"eIU
; Senator for defeated in Buchan
:
motion says
the New.York
> dock ,basin i and the overruled ( (deendnt.counsl was .thousand, mileS, him h:
< Read
I ; Floating railway at. .t"entycentper an so favorably knowrt'm-America ,Jet, proves
I t I I Fensacola Navy Yard!,' with 'the. addition 19i-.a new/jjriai,:;: p ,.}fdy i iio Jbe Senate.91 ,thfS te' by a,yotj of '16'to qnart.rov.r tw od.tXCe .a promising; poet- is practising his sister a ityou'did'1i ;but if he roYi1.1 prove It
/ of what-would be the cost.;.of'transportation aid '.will ,voted' in' thenegative14 ing' four: thousand, e .- of art
i thereto bare been 1i cd,, the case be 'taken, Jeo"r : ?MriBe'ekin'' I per .pamtng Florence., But ,thea"be'Jieir-Why 1 :'sboud'yoUhoo! !
I the Pacific' coast of the, materials ; : quarter; ad for.any reater.distance,- thirty t'month' Will lie more
r to up tothe Supreme; at .Hawkinsville! f.t ; ,;. by- onstant application another -tbat'mk anyhonpriblelf
A Cur cents per quarter: to : s' v
for"the work when prepared. sectional <1 semiweekly papers pay has nearly flashed fWbr fire .: j:
I : Dock with stone oasiii ,was determ. ii1 n' "'''i "iWi'-"-'- ? "; ,.riuALoj:. uvDEn... ,double,,iri-weekfy treble, and paper issued pictures." ,', respectable, _: .
I
: $
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t. and bed an upon offer!! by was the made'Secretary by him of the.toMeurs., Navy, >The'BevJohn' Earl'dectinestbeom, :" !H\ 1"tJ1ie(17ffort') ( t to empahnel(.*f jttrjr to"tryhM'sofarbee'nunsuccesv' rates oftener, !2bin' \ ', In-weekly. ., -; "five"- .- these. : :This 15 potl,tKereTorB'Wot jUaynt Reid* have'Tbe'BrUsh'a, ,: 6ef

p w t ,Eakin and Moody and Gilbert and.$eCor, to nation as a. candidateffor7Congress in-the .Ge';,: ,Ht iD, *' "'' *, 'ForfloteiCee4ingone.onnce"in t other bpokj'paper; ;magazine,1 i &c:,* : rMe.1cn J aie : ; f CbryptatyPalace' had> space; igranted. % 't.t1i ""*

; conclude a contract with them at$1,550,000, Charlotte distort, Virginia.' .' :.' folt*. ., : : ..weighty -there suppose erioneously1:;' r !fi :. and.fifty'diiTerent" i1 ":, -
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193 J0n reaching- ..the, pcinf':: Mw t'm' LAnd bCkhetWeeII 6 II MOUdjPa12. J bids -- --- ,'i- A.tn.k '

S Sumner, launched,:his vbqat and attfinijrted, ttrfth1''i at 9fnIrs.ctgfortbtrsporuou tlui .ostmaster General;in:.afl futtirttleVtifin 'oftbe- ,i S 'Aert'w rI> ..t *eth$he ia. Ja quaiftt dwith'the guarantorsabore 23. Fb i aiittters are:ve alnd U>W=...aMmt >

% Winthrop, 169 crew of four men, to get,r.eu the r ;Jut .mail to letlhe'samt; case,'to the lowest ; JrropoealjtoeoinriienceaTrte Ybtr namadaxd tbtij-: .'.l'tOJl'rt1.ADd.. they not to certify the s Scieaey ot manate a.r m '.
". % 26 every : ". '(See %l'-.'-',..t'?'*!* *'< ,4 are sufficient., and able to make rood ifgdM-5 reuse without knowing thatjtkJV at. MM S
Scattering" ., \ the attempt-was fruiilesa, tand itwas; only bidder tendering Mifficientj nrahtee*for-faithful SSZf,From Tamp*, 12m one a week anty.- 55'f -- -_ -, nmeiCBt I

.:. 1l1inkt-'to- -, ,.3" ,with greatdifficulty that be regained the cut-! performance,'without other referenci be 'the tI1etneh to ', ByIebena heeasnk ndJ raigtB$;0'Sunday?.. ; listed I [Signed! ton and respoaeihajtyjaa4.all sureties are distinctly Udder BQtiteit*,that nan_< J ,.

: ? ter" to th 1AW relierofi'' W" i .i transportation Ulan 'ma/ neceswry; S S To Sleilonville,by'12 anext-wedneaay; a failare to enter tabu tte ISSWthe :
I ByS ft>tcill.te ; eea.Aai4he; ,Winthrop provide for the Idae celerityi, etrUiuty/'.and:.ICCQ- '1OBiziles J i- s perfem <
andthe ;numerous :;spectators on ,thejclifla; I rity of each transportation; Jor.thai 'ary,new : ; :# .11M. r1OS, S service propod Ise tit&sscepsI bI4i tS1t55 :
1 Dcf"rmtthat SttmnctW rewired And backbetween 2 p'm*'udajid legal liabilities will
5- : .esteousq aa u. .
*
men who Success ,
that hereafter required tupurehase'itotske
to though contractor .
perceive. '
rejoiced : .
f -. 12nr next SaturdayS523 /" ... leimtirrpOTaiedm .;2&,n..voatraet will be Sba.t1I21VIth r
hi : vhfck. Will
(
certain condition
islTer\efore ,0 EaJtttarng
sWnislV of *
he) at valuation thectock ornhietea ,
four Bore'Vetes than did not attend his\ daringeipkiit.. still: a \. 'any FromTampaiat; 6am onee-a week Thars-, forms heretofore used fa'&LWDmsiaecp r.

"; .;-;1R9..on the 12Lhba11oj.nd | limself 8.&his gallant crew at least wete:I previous, j-KiaJiv.contractor wUl Li for the same ruute"the fonru;1 snd.'?-. ,j <{Ay .. -.-,IIIV:-:t S O', 1: the rnntrat.lt.I. In the 1t-rut; : "1- u, .

that h -.1a three of an elec-, sale.. -'-,\ab. flu% 6 vwaug Ale,.angjipni:.' i"instructions appended careful to thiuMertiaemnt.to read / \ ToMattat. by'12ntT ext day,4 mlles* .ScTenl minutes are oet1forop.nIugsnd man..u.L. J. S42

ing more could be ;attempted lia=tbe"ways of, are requested to''lStat".1n: their"proposiilntb S AMb1tb.tweta8&m" Toeaday,'and 12 m .elosinglhe mails at all offices where particular !and steanboat note* tie eoctractai"qwred .

: tion. refecuetwrtbed-j,'. MCI Forward hoisted i mode b*which ihemtenct to .convey .the'maifc f 8529 next Tallahassee daTf time is specified;but oarrailrtd and steamboat i to deliver ti* nib fcto MH ps4 eeSS&PP
Fro- at
his colors and cove to his tt fJ;10 enc6nra>e I Where the siie-and *efeht of the mails: 'or'thespveoealiea l. 7 am,trfweeklytMoBJayj routes their it to be no more delay than. is necessary ,-l the ends of the rwrte Mil teto.1 tWfMl SI'b.

I 1Jioi NOllUUTJO.r'iTU PLQPLL Mop the poor sufierers wbo"ere noHto" 'be'feft JWjia _._-..._,_ '. I. -To't.'MaiVikyl2n,22ttileW Wednesday and Friday r > to deliver and receive tbe bags. not more"tiaa'eighty lOde fr*. UN asaWd ij,'ill
01 thr Constitutional the contracts will be made for eoaeh,"steamboat; : 2. TLe-toail iato'beeonyeei inpreferencet.pe.engers landing. .' _- .
uc..At I riretirag or L portion to-spend the wrelcbed night withouqj railroad the be and And back between 2 p m and 7 m. : JIAIX. iaP S
county.helaia or conveyance case may ,; ;;and ..totheir'entire exclusion,if Its I. NV1L fottmmttf Ge-i :
,Unon party ot Bb! i shelter, exposed to the_wind and ra'ullOD;; consequently, such routes will be let to bids ;proposing SCO S From PfOP0aIstoextendtoNewper5j weight and bulk 1''luirdf ,. :Poet Office rp.rtmntDIo.l8.18IO. .,*.

the Conrt-bo at Maca! on the 4th lOst. this desolate rock, >mrd the 'W'd raste of such mode 4f conveyance. In 'all other : Tallahassee at 7 a m tri-weekry. lionS ., S. Post offiee blanks mail bags,and tbe special JM1ft.. i 5--- D .,
ay.Wedne8day/
.as.C1ialr an and arid t eases the routes will be assigned tit bids'roPos Friday; agents of tne Department;on the exhibition S
to assure them lt' .
B. Cole acting waters ; l1 d. To .
C.
Aewport
bey by I '- .
Judge dele- ing the cheapest mode of transportation-: ':. pani9milesS f their credentials, are to be conveyed without fur -
Sim ROM as Secretary, the following Gnbern- friend who would standj*, and not forsake 4:1-It&iko34companie3: arespecia1tynotied: And back between 2 p m nd7 p nu .ther-charge, on mail lines admitting of such.con .. Nzw You .3istck 4.-TMc.ItIL ..i ir$ 1

g leS wrrt appointed! to attend the inem. that their regular bids are to be understood. as including 3S31-From.TaIlahafsee'al7am twice .a..week, veyance.4. ,. presents a lively feeling to-day-,O.hale haw ,'

,. .rial Conyent&On; to'jhe hTd mIUedee.! -: On Sandaj.ntoTOfng the' wind happily the supply of each:. 5ce on tbe'line :-of By Sunday WaukcenabV and Wednesday Perry .:Stoekton. .' .- Mail.agents" are to be conveyed Wttbrit'charte'orr changed hands. ...,-, ... "f
Bond James their respective roads,not over a of a mile Mosely the
next.TixJosepb quarter principal railroad and steamboat .
vile ia June and W.E. drove aji e \0 the RontK-easVwhlch caused from a de' ,pt.' Separate proposals for offices more" Hall, Talork Madison>a, II.Colnmpu3, lines,where the size of the mails and the numberof KrwTosKt March...;adraaeed. 1-41, -

AI % ;yrwstivngS/l'. Chapman aI th/sea to abate; all hands were immediate- than a quarter of a mile off,will considered.. To:lineral Springs,and Little River;, the oSoca will require their employment by the 3-ge--Upand (seppeeed middllng)10 1-4 to 1012.. *

DeGrafrenreid. The ,Chamna was E y on' the alert. At 1 oclocfc, bur.boats And Alligator back by 12 m next days, 122 miles p Department; and, in that case; separate apartment ",fn bales sold. ,,. .4

authorized to appoint an Execntiv-Q11flth1t- were seen from the Se menCO'et PROPOSALS carrying the mails of thee between the arrival'of-Jacksonvjuetmiiili.'Viay ,for the exclusive use of the Department and

witU referent a-srwttire thorough organization approaching from-the Jd'or.Ju1, 1851, Sat6pm; Monday; and agent:for the assorting and safe-keeping' C-thema.ll. AIT1Yab at the JackecwTtU R.j: **
tee, in the -Sav. rce manned by fishermen and one by to the 30th of June, 1355 inclusive, in Florida, Thursday, and 10 p m next days. & <;- U to be provided by thu contractor, under S. BcrnxOTox 55 "* 4CoL.
\f& arty county. the coast guard; t the .same time Captain will be received at the contract office of the. Post Proposals to embrace'White Springs, in lien the direction of the Department.. ". [. .Prepricter.J, .
of i.
xrcan; Davies arrin dhaving embarked in a preven.- Office Department, in the city "of"Washington, Little River will be.,considered ; also 5.'In all cases there is to boa forfeiture of the S -March 4-AJ Miner O W M.rig.) '
boat until 10 a m of the 1st of A.Pri4.J851. (to be decided jfor supplying LittJa'Rinriin such case. once pay of the trip when the trip it not run; and of Fla li-Cel E & 3_.
S BOSTON, Mareh 1. tive at a small cove named Pendcen, by the 19th day of April.) oa the rout V and a week,from White Swings. : : r aoL more 'than three tim .the. pay of the trip Jasper.; Fla 7-.Tohn DTraer II CmwIL KaMM,FJaW. Cs1.,'
3532 From ; Geerre
L
Rooert: Morr; a colored lawyer, was arrested about three miles north-east of the spot, in the manner and time herein specified, vis iMonday Tallahassee and at 6 a m :twice"* weeki when tbetrip is not run, and no sufficient exeiue N Y;.H Back,Tho Basd a S Cj A J T WrWU-*'
p with four preventive men and one miner, taking Friday f fur the failure it famished,a forfeiture of at least Fla
this morning for aiding lathe escape FLORIDA. By Micko Jikce and.Southerlan Alligator, ; S .HTbouu- MadlrarriS*. n. "
rockets with him. The 'cutter's boat ; onefoarthpart of it when the running or arrival Alexander McConchBn N
Y R TCB ,
bail in Tol\Iont" ; Broyles
and held { t
I ; ot the slave Shadrach, to 501 Front St. Augustine at 2 a m nee a week, 'lloby6.pm.36milu; ia so- far behind time as'to .lone the connexion Cat J P Sanderson Jaeksearflle 5
also was mannedbTMr. Forward-so that And back ; B Sealry sad
Josiah Jr. tW'ten,6 a m and 6 p mnext day. with a depending mail and forfeiture
of $3,000 Quincy, ; a of a due
Aegean Wednesday lady. Savannah A C 4
six boats the ; 3533 From.TalLhajseeat 6-am 'week : Dexter Mist; -J. *El.lie *
quickly oace ofit
on a when
were By of
spot. proportion grade Berriee is rendered
By Jacksonville Kirkland; N Y A H Bwfcr.
weat'bie ecority. : Chieago &B.kertwn.
Tncsdayt" :** -* ; Ceydia -
time the had become of inferior to that in the contract. 'These forfeituresmay *
this the
scene one To St. MarTI ? next day.90 miles Darin Ga ) S CaaiacfcaW '
The evidence in the case, of Thomas" r. by m ; By CentravOle, Mannington"and JuncansviHeG be increased into ; &, J H
most exciting description, and crowds of And back between 1 "Thursday, and 11 penalties of higher amount, Roberts, ChBabi ..Fla ..
8
Smith,an alleged rescu.r, is all in, and the people .p. S .i ; .. S -> S according' to the nature or frequency 41 the'failure la. ,- .W' S

defence had commenced their argument. 01| on the cliffs conld not have numbered _Proposals p m next for day.eeTni-. eeldy service are.invited. ThonJisvnie,Ga., by 7 p m, 40 miles; and the importance of the malL t. 5555.j : -'.., ,iv
colored less than 5000 or 6000; and as each boat And bactf between 6 a ia and 7 p m il ODd.,. 6. Fines will be imposed unless tho delinquency
-John A. Coburn. another rescuer, 3302 From St. Augustine at 21-2 jp m twice a
3534 From SUn
arrive the the cheers of ibis vast TaJUhassee-at Sam tri.weekly.Mon be satisfactorily explained in due time,for failing NEWS.'
at _
arrested and held to bail for spat week, Monday, and Thursday, I S -
vas to-day, dayv:Wtdiesday and
Friday to take from or deliver at, a post IIIW. ,the mail
thousand dollars. multitude, awakening all'tbe-echoes of this To Pieolata by 71-2 p m, 18 miles ; By.8alu and PORT OF .
rity Quincy ofit for it be
three ; or any part : suffering to. wet, injured ACrlONvILLz1)550
cavernous coast added not a little to the ? And back between arrival of Savannah mail To Ba 1 Ga
ridge, by 2p In46miles ; lost, or destroyed; or conveying it in a I .
BOSTON, March 2. excitement. say 7 a m and 12 m. ,. And back between p m Tuesday,Thursday place or manner that exposes it to depredation, ENTERED. 1- ..
I St. month in
3503 From Augustine twice a steamboats i .
In the case of T. P. Smith, (colored) for The sea ran so high that no boat could ; and Salurdiy, and: a m next days. I; loss, or injury ; for refusing after demand to con:March-&).Rio Herrick.NT .'.1

aiding in the late rescue, the Commissionerheld venture within 100 yards'of the rock. The By Smyrna,Indian River, San Lucia, Jup Proposals invited] fo 1 3 additional weekly trips are :,vey boat a which mail by the any contractor coach, railroad car, or itoam- a I. J.-&u Willet r'L.1_8 B.BaS',Cu'. .", '."

him for trial at the-next term of tbe U. rockets which Captain Davies had taken iter.-}liami. Key Largo Indian Kev. Key 3535 From TlHatassee at 6 a m once a. week, I route, beyond the specified number regularly of runs trips on in the the W;W. NY. '.,. .
Charlotte Harbor
Sarasota
S. CourtTke with him in the preventive boat had never West ,Tampa, Friday]! S contract,and for not arriving at the time set; and f CLEARED. iieas.Jt_.

case of Levi Hayden, for aiding in been tried here before, even frotii the shore Josephs Cedar Keys,and, St.-St.Andrews Marks, Apalachicola A, St. 'By llen aden.Shell Point. and Pawtuxet; for setting up or running an express to transmit March M "-Brig R Rnasril.May.Navy Bar. .--
; To Sopfhofpy by 8 p m, 45 miles; commercial intelligence in advance of the mail a Seh P cifie, Yatea.BoetosjJust t
the rescue, is now under examination. and we believe never-elsewhere from a boat. S And ToPensacola back between; .. And oack between bam and 8pm Thursday -[, penalty will bs exacted equal to a quarter's pay. .. .. "

After making his arrangements, he with 7. Ihc Postmaster General --
;
: annul the I -
may
I
TERRIBLE TORSADO.riTETTrTILL his own haqd discharged th"r rocket. He was Separate proposals for sections of the above 3536 From Newport at 6 a m once a week, Thursday contract for repeated failures; fur violating the Received" "
route will bo considered. Bids to specify a S
TESKESSEE IS RCIXS..Great enveloped for'an instant in a sheet of flanie schedule qf arrivals and departures ; post office Law; for disobeying the.instructions. PER: fcRORY.RTifl Pacific JR. and for sic \1 5 5 1.. -11. i.
By Wankeeaah I
Destruction of Property-Lamenlable from the back fire. Happily, however, he.. 35O-t-From Jacksonville 6.a m once a week, .ToMonticelb by; 6p m, 32 miles S ; I of carrier the Department hec required; for by the refusing Department to discharge; for as-a l 3)bales Eastern Hay: : I IliO

Loa of Life-Full Particulars of the sustained no injury but nnfortunately the Monday ; And back between 6 a a and 6. p n Wednesday. -i signing the contract without the coucut of the :3 f.Bmu ->Il 1 i
To 's 12m 20
I1addod miles
'Calamil line which reached the rock fell upon a by f S Postmaster General,or for setting up or runningan 10 M. feet White FUM.Lnber clear ;
y.'FUrt'TE"1LLE S And back between I p m and 7 p m. 3537 From 4 Staff for finish. -- "
Quiney p m, or after arrival of as aforesaid.
which the express t
Feb. 25. A few sharp ledge cut .the rope so that 3505 From Jacksonville twice & week, Sundaysand Also Beans .
Tcxs mail from Bainbridge once a week Tuesday :. The Postmaster General may alter the contract ,Apples;Ontont. Baeoo. tt Jte.
end of it slipped off into the sea. Wednesdays, ,after arrival of Steam 13-tf f
mar J. IL McROK Y Jr.
o'clock alter
minutes past four yesterday morn- ; and the schedule, he allowing a pro ,
of our town was laid in It is impossible to describe the disappoint boat, say at 10pm ; Apalachicola by 10 p m next days, 70 rata increase of compensation, within the restrio- .
portion Bv Branch Barber's Ocean
ing, a great which thin ment experienced by the people upon the. Pond Brandy and miles; SAnd -' tipua imposed by law- for tbe additions service PIANO FOR SALE.. 'j' I

ruins, by it. a storm swept every C\ cliffs aid in the boats at ibis unfavorable! "To Allijjatorby; "4 pm dcxt.5 day.70 miles ;* next back between. a m Saturday and 9. a required, or fur the increased speed if the employ- AXEW: PIANO of Godfrey's inaiafaet.T...
before m days.Proposals ment of additional stock or carriers is rendered
result of such a darin ex riment. And back between 1pm Mondays and purchased on very naaoaabfo .
Here follows a list of churches houses, ; Thursday, and 7 a m next days. for semi-weekly and. tri-weekly necessary; but the contractor may, in such case, It Is warranted a fine-toBCd iartnaMBt,and Ja" .

hotels and stores, that were blown down.Tbe .- After a short delay. however another 3506 From PilatVn. at 1 m twice a week, Mondays serrice will be considered- relinquish the contract, on timely notice, if he excellent order Inquire at this office. ,. \
names of two woman and children, who rocket was prepared, which Captain Davis and Thursdays p ; 353S From Quincy at 12'm once- week. ,Wednesday prefers it to the change. The Postmaster General nurl3-tf ?t"
Limeelf JicharjrcJ, SUM! Jhia time the S ; may annul the-contract or curtail the service - -: again -.os ing (Wag Lake. Oeala
were killed, are also given. The licco.antthen cord fell the rock close the to Camp Hommosassa and Hill To Secludo by 3 p m, 9 miles; and pay,when he. wishes to dispense with the
by Irani ,
on man, Spring ; Savannah St
proceedsSeveral And back between 8 a in and 11 am. service, ia whole or in part or place a higher or & Palatka Da i. t t.b
To Tampa by 10 m next Wednesdays and
the aud delight of the assembled p 3539 From
others were dangerously, and great joy Saturdays, 159 mile; Qatacy":after arrival of mail from different grade service oa the route he allowing S S

seriously wounded. Cow, horses multitude. And back between 2 a m Mon day*and Thursdays Bainbridge, say. at 1 p m twice a week, one month's extra pay"wr the amount dispensed i

many and stock are dead in every dire tioa.S I forth At this with critical brillianc moment,.. The the man.linn on shone the Saturdays., and 10. p m. next Wednesdays and To Tuesday Chatahoochce and Saturday bv 12 p; ra,21 miles: with.9. The payments will be made through drafts The Nev and Superior Fast &eszm.PackdMAGNOLIA !|

describe the awful And back between 5am and 7 a Wednesdays
Pen cannot scene.- m on post offices or otherwise, .after the expirationof
3507 From Pilatka at 5 twice week Sundays
wreck was to fasten the 1ine>ound.the a m a- ,
The world seemed to be coming to an end. seen and Thursdays and 4pm and 9p m Sundays. each Barter say in February'May, August I Iwm
waist of his wife and to her.to ; ZIt From Chatahoochce at 5 a m twice a week, and November. .
The wiiid roared and Hew with fearfcl violence encourage By Madisoncom' Newnansville, and EHia- reranw her trips, by leavii; 8annB b :
amiJst take the fearful leap, while she lingered! tu ville : Sunday and Wednesday, from 15th of October 10. Tlio distances: are given according to the. Thursday tbe 27ti but and wIll Jean..Palk.on .. '

a perfect hurrcane; which ju'np into the fearful waters. After some To Alligator by 9 p m next days 90 miles; to 15th of J une ot'cach yearanvl at 7 beat information; but co increased pay will be I Saturday and Jacksonville on Sunday meting *- \ -

could be heard the shrieks of women and i i little time however his rsuasions And back between 4 p m Mondays and Thursdays a m once a week, Sunday,from ISthotJuneto allowed should they prove to be greater than ia thereafter, continuing to leave resvlarrj TfTJ
lath October
of children falling houses ) j pre- ; advertised, if the places are correctly named. week. ;;
the screams and 12 m next Wednesdays and .Sat
walls timbers dashing against I vailed.: They took an affecting leave of. urdays. By Ocbeee, BSountetown, Rickoe's BlnS 11. The Postmaster General is. prohibited by For freight or paaragv, having nperior irrpnjmodations -.
crumbling other and amid the bre.uhjes -. lola, and Fort Gad ; l law from knowingly making a contract for the
each expectation proposals foreach. part of this route rplr on board or. lbs Areati i. ,
Seperate S
with of thunder an.l
To
timbers mingled peals ; Apalachicola bv 11 a m'Mondavand I i transportation W" the mail with who FEKA'AJf -
1/
of all she made the awful lunge for diridintr at Newnansville are invite any person DEZ, BISBEE Jt co .
alive with electricity followed Thnrs-lay, 13th of October to 15th of June skill have entered into combination : :
air any
the was or JadcjoavQIa'I
propo
3503 From Pilatka 7 week Tnes-
twelve at a m once a :
death from of
rain in torrents. and an impenetrable life or a height ibout and by 6 a m' Tuesday, residue, of year, ISO to enter into any-combination, to prevent GEO. COOLET PieolaU... .
by feet. At this three imnense waves day; miles; the of bid for mail S i .
moment i
making any -contract by any lLgED&co.ptkA. .
while! still from By" olu\ Fort Butler and Enterprise ;
darkneob every quarter came j a And back between 10 pm Monday and other or ,or who shall bava .
broke in rapid succession perilling the safety Mellonjrille 7 next person persons mode COY Black Cre .
To by. m Thursday,
agonizing cries for a. :stlnce. Truly it wasa p Thursday, and,12 p m next days;15th of any agreement, or shall hare given performed, Feb. 27. 5 5 "
of all. For time indeed the boats 150 miles _. hih. -
a ; S October June S ,
of
to 15th -and between lOs d
heart sickens the to-
terrible ceue The at or promised gin or perform.-any consideration 55-i. .
S recotl ctioD. were entirety hidJen from the view of the And back between 7 a m Friday, and 7pm m Wednesday, and 12 m Friday, residue of i to do,or not to lo, any thing whatever to induce S ,.'

spectators and the loud cry broke forth from Sunday3309 year. any other person not to bid for a mail contract. Nolice.5_ ;
The tornado came from the southwest. From.Pilatka-. 1 a 111 once a week, Tues .
tliuusinds of voices; 'They are !" Proposals to commence at Bainbridge are ; Particular attention is called to the 2Sth section Iwil1pay.afairpneeCASUfce&ge.dMilch t
The streets are almost entirely blocked witha boats gone above dayByEnterpre'; .. inviudr also, for tri-weekly service, 15th of the act of 1S36, prohibiting combinations to Cow-one that iI reatle. eat siei, '. .
confused mass of timbers,, and not unfr.- I But soon again the were seen ; I of October to 15th of June. prevent bidding. &e. J..McROBERT- .. S .
the swelling waves and the lofty cliffij once To Mellonville by 10 a m rext day 130 milR: i 3541 From Boia Ga twice S S
Feb.27.
the whole wreck of large houses bridge. .at 31-2pc a 12. A bid.received after time, to_wit the 1st tfNotice. -S
quently more rang with approving cheers. The S And back between 1pm "Wednesday and. 3 week, Tuesday and Saturday: .. --; April next at 10 a m,or without the guaranty required S -
thrown and strewn for hundreds of next day. (See 3503- .:-
,
wag pm By C'hattabooche .Marianna. SenrWck'sSlring law that several
cord was drawn with judgment and ; by or combines routes inoue
great 3510 From Enterprise at 6 "a m once a week WebbviUe, Camcbellto'n, Geneva, PERStr.is.iDde'bW 'totb.' 'll&ati1eti ;
yards.The sum compensation, cannot considered in
following is a tasty summary: after about three minutes tho poor woman Thursday S T. ALa-.:GenUviCc. ..,.Almirante..Milton, competition with the regular proposal not ad- ALL Child deeeaied,late el MIcsa.py4 ;
taken into of the boat but the To New Smyrna by 6 pin '
;
was one Fioridatown "
; ant ; ; judd be extravagant. Florida are requested to make ImmnJiiU
Church Cumberland "'
The 1
S Presbyterian Church blows from the waves were more than her And back between 6 a m and 6pm, Tues- To Pensacola by 4 a m Tuesday, and Friday 1.;. A LLlJcr may offer,where the transportation meat and all persons having claim apuMt the_ "

Presbyterian Market-house, Stone- exftaiuted frame could bear. No attentionthat day. ,23U miles; S called fur In the.adrertLaenient is difficult or estate should present them.for examination witk* S
breaker's Tanyanl, and all the buildings 3511 From'New Smyrna 'on the first Friday of And back between Sam Tuesday" and Friday -. impracticable at certain seasons to substitute an in the time prescribed bviaw.toS -

around were totally destroyed. could be shown her was spared.; The each month; "and 7 p m Thursday and S anday.Froimial *- inferior mode of conveyance,or to intermit service ROB RT JL CHILD ExV..,* .J.

A list is here of 42 whose men took oft their clothes to cover her, and By Indian River and Jupiter; to run .direct to Marianna riiaBrown's a spesiSed number of Jays, weeks, month He : Feb.27.1851. ,61 '
( given persons To Miami in 12 days, 300 miles 0' .
; '
used every effort to resore her. She breatH. Ferry are invited. may propose to omit ac office that is inaccessible : S r
houses were greatly damaged;including the And back between the 15th and end of each 3542 From Mariana at 6 a m once'a week, is the the In Doral Circuit'Court
ed, but by the time the boat reached the month. S or cot oa stage road railway or at a i : '
jail and-of 12 slightly.) Thursday steamboat landing, os-lhe cam be or ha : .- '
may ;
cove life had fled. After the master had 3512 From Barbour's at 8 a m once a week, Mon- hill may IN CHANCERY.
TIolmes' and Chestnut
> The above is only partial and hasty. Imagine S By Orange alley, offer to sabstitare aa inferior mo-Jc'of supply in
his wife to leave him he fastened dav; EUnbeth Jane
persuaded hilt; rh lIe different and .
besom before tu* es. may propose days
sweeping J
a everything
the cord tonnd his own waist, and wad By New River Fort Harlee,and Fort Crane; To Uehce Anna by 5 p m next days, 64 hours of departure and arrival, provided no'more vs. BaD.l 'Drroaot. '.

-It-houses trees, fences,rails, planks &cS .,- drawn, greatly exhausted, into one of the To Mic&nopyby81'm next day,63 miles ; miles ; running time is asked and it id obvious that no James -,r.?

.and you have even then failed to realize other boats. Times. And back between Sam Wednesday and 5 And back between G a m.Tuesday, and 7 mail annexation or other public accommodation appearing to the Court by affidavit made b)

the full extent of the havoc. But the sad- European .p m next days. .F m next days. u prejudiced: He may a.k for more running time r taw case-that the Defendant James Ball vsaides -.

.dest scense of all was to witness the human "of Proposals to extend to Remington will be 3543 From Marianna at 9 a m once week. Saturday to tho trip during-epeei;ed number of days,at out of the State of Florida aad Laths State
Cms WORTH I'RESERVIKG. am considered. ; Certain seasons of peculiarly bad roads; .bat beyond Georgia--. .-_ -l-
Bufferings. Scaicely could you meet a citizen opinion that the Bible contains more true sublimity 3513. From Newnonaville at 7 a m once a week, To Oehcsce by 6 p m' 30 miles; these eha r;; a proposal for service different It M Ordertd, That the aeariar.of tfce-fceU.

that was not bruised or maimed. more exquisite oeauty, more pure Wednesday s" And back between 12m and 8 p Friday. from the aWertiscment will prevent its being charged in said Bill of Complaint had at tie
Another account gives the names of some aad finer By Santa Fe'Fort Fanning,and Wacasassa; I'roposaLi for semi-weekly service, to connectat considered in competition with regular bid not expiration of three months from the date of this-'

twenty who were.severly wounded. morality, wore important history, To Cedar Keys by 7 p m next days, 110 Ochesee with .N'o. 35-10 are invited. set aside for extravagance: ; and where a bid COBt&iiis Order: Provided, That a copy of this order k. .

persons strains of poetry and eloquence than can be miles; 5- 35-14: From Marianna at, 7 a m once a week, t any-of the above alterations, their disadvantages published in some newspaper printed.ia tbatowm. .
tornado passed off in a northeast di- other books in whatever Acd back between 6am Friday, and 6p m ,
collected from all Tuesday; will Le estimated in cemtarics. it with other- jscnsouvwe l\Jr WID spacvi liws ..,
rection. I are or lansruasre. they may. have been written next dav.Proposal ByCalhoaa C. II;; cposa. the time act for the hearing of this ease.TIMvlXHJGLAS. -
o ll'm.Jona.- : ; to end at Wacasassa are invited ; j To Apalachicola by 7 p m next day,90 miles; 14 There soonldbe but one route bid for in a 55 '3IgV.. :
Affecting Story of a Ship-wreck. 1 -Sir also to cad at Sante Fe. (See 3523 and And back between 7 am Thursday and 7 pin proposal.la. S I.T. GJIKCTE; Clerk. ,- .

Early on Saturday morning, January 11, "I will hazard the assertion, that no man 3526.NewnanSTille.at) 6. 'once week { next day.1roposaLs Tfce'route, the service the-ycarry pay theLitkiers Feb.2 L21._ .
3514 From a 111 a also for tri
and
for semi-weekly the
and of eaeh
did will become came and residence name
the New I ever or ever truly eloquent : '
Commercial f .
250
brig t> Whttby, Wednesday ; "
will be considered. ; Ic I
weekly service, member of the firm. where a- company offers. Auctioneers
S tons burden Sanderson master bound from without being a constant reader of the Bible, By Fort Clark, Wacabootie, and ,Flemington -
55 3545 From Milton at 6 aju once a week,Wednesday should be distinctly stated; also the mode of conveyance
Act eTAswmbryr
Liverpool to the Spanish Main In a thick :and admirer of the purity and sublimity ; if a.higher mode than on.horseback is A RE,requested,AO to"notice.who.deair the fls&Iag to hai' their
Ocala b.12 next 57 miles
To dav.
its Ames. m ; Hill andNalhansviHc Aa. '
fog and from S. S.W struck language.-'wttr By Coon ; inteud .
gale
strong upon 8 extended according to Soc 3.the Aetfc
back between 1 Thursday and terms
And pill p To Sparta, Ala., by 6 p m next days,70nu1e 16. The bid!hou1l b.9 sent under seal addressed
a ledge of rocks between the Great and "The' Bible is a hook worth more than all TO next day.Foposats tothe First Assistant Postmaster General, with must gin new bonds. - -

Little Braso ,two high rocks rising between the other books which were ever printeJ.- to embrace Micanocywill be con .And back; between 6am_ Friday S and 6pm 3IaU Proposal*..in the-state of Territory of Feb.JOHJT%I.1B5LAs BFAR5WCoptroner..

sixty and seventy feet above the high water Patrick Ilenry sidered. next days. -", written oa the face of-the letter; and TaUahaoee. 55
maik about mile 3513 From Alligator at Sam once a week Saturday From Milton'at 6 once a week,Wednesday be in time to be received by '
one off the binif headland S 3546 m should dispatched orbefore. duevI4ts'n ;..
attend the voice of S i
"Young man, to one ; A cr amendatory:
.the 1st April next, at 10 o'clock A..M. It
of Cornwall and four miles ;
Cape northwards who has certain of famein To Olustee by 1 pm.2G miles; i relating lo'tAe appoiatmcxt ot .
S possessed a degree By East River, and Alaqna; should be guarantied and the 'sufficiency of thognnra.ntors for<
Bromine Land's End. The sea running very the world, and who will shortly appear And back between 2 p m and 11 p m. To Uchee Anna. by 10 p m next Friday 89 should bo duly certified (See forms ) duties of 4rsaioneers. _
high the vessel immediately went to pieces 3516 From Alligator, at 5 a m once a week, Friday S 5 coatracU'are to be executed before
before his maker read the Bible every day miles; 55 17.tThe by or SEcnos 1. Be U enacted oy the Senate aad; I
jtad the crew, nine men, with one woman, of your life.-Dr.Samuel Johnson."If .By Suwannee; Shoals And back between 6 a. Saturday, and. 6 pin the 1st July next. House of Representatives of the State offliin -- .
; .
cSces situated
theJ"i tbe master, got on the ledge. would obtain knowl- To Blount's Ferry.by Cp m,3G miles ; next Monday. 14. Poit miners at upon ornear General Assembly convened. 'That the tax
a a true 6 Week Friday than rods from .j
person 3547 From Alaqna at a ra once a ; railroads bat more eight a depot,
shall be
They were discovered from the shore as edge of the Christian religion, let him studythe .And back between 5 a m and 6 p m next day. To Geneva, Ala, by 6 p m. 45 m2es ; will immediately after thaWta April next;report upon Auction sales of sales ezeeptoosele.two per eeatoBVpea of eottsevnot .
coon as day bloke but no assistance could 3517 From Alligator at.l p m once a week; Wednesday nextdav. their-exactdUtacce the {rroes amount
Holy Scripture, especially the New Tes And back between bam and 6pm that fact to the Department, stating' which there shall he stan aTone a
then be possibly rendered them. ; 3548 From Holmes's Valley at 6 a m once a week, from the railroad depot and how otherwise damaged upon
tament. Therein are contained the wordsof By White Springs;Ja."per, Jennings, BeHe- S with the mail, to enable the Postmaster half of one per cent. :1 '
In thisperilous condition the poor creatures eternal life. It has God for its author, .Tille;Cherry Lake;Clifton, and Ancilla; To Friday fct..A; drews Bay by 8 p m, 45 mites; sapplicd General to direct the proper supply to be SEC.2- Be it further enacted That .tar -
ihU be nsfsaei or levied by
remained until about nine o'clock, salvation for its end, and truth without any To 'Monti.Uo by 8 SAnd p m next Friday 96 .And back J>etween 6 a m and S p m next day. made from the railroad by mail messengers,from Auction sales incorporated tow* or city in thi*State any, 'i

when they were all washed off together by mixture of error.-John Locke. miles ; 12 3349 From Pen daily at fi p m ; .- and after tbe 1st July next. county or than twenty4vejer eentoa,wpoo.,UM
one tremendous wave, and hurled into the back between a m Saturday, and S ByBlakely.Ala.; S 19. Under the act orMrrcb 3, ISIS the route greater
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boiling deep. Seven out of the ten sank at GREAT UNION MEF.Tl .-The citizens of Proposals m next Monday.to commence at Mineral Springs And To Mobile back by.between.11 a m 12 next.m day,aud7am., 57 miles next; is.guaranties to be let to for the faithful lowest performance bidder.tendering, without sufficient other ttatStaL.&c.3. B.- .it further ensci.d'Thai aH Astioncers 4f*-'

once into a watery grave.Of New York and vicinity, and all strangers, will be considered. (See 3531.) reference to the mode of transportation than maybe who have heretofore beea appointed according S
days. S S eoauiisrioM hare 4
n' and-vnoea a s
the remaining three one a mulatto, are respectfully informed that a grand Union 3518 S From Jasper 6 a m once Rauterson's week, Monday; 3550'From Keyf West at S a m on the" th'o f each necessary to provide for the due celerity,,.certainty yet expired to law, and all Auctioneer who aIl kerv-
Blount's and Ferry
contrived to get on a portion of the floating Meeting will be held at 11 Park How, on By Centre Ferry,Ga. 6 next Wednesday ; month; ., S S ,and security of such transportation after be appointed shall hold their eOeeferkiz
To Village ,by p m bid nods of conveyance
Vaccas and Indian Key the lowest a
When.
wreck, and after haTing been beaten about Saturday March let, commencing at 7 o'clk 89 miles; To By.Key Miami by the 10th of the same; month, that it inadequate proposes for the route in respectto yean from the date of-their appointawmt S JV'tta-'. .

for some boars' in eminent peril of being every in the morning, and continuing throughout And back between 6 a m Thursday and 6 pin )Omilea -S the certainty,.security, and celerity of the tided. That all the aaetioneers mesa ofli.appointed Ga.a1 Ably by-..*-

instant swallowed up by the beakers the day and evening. N. I).-Eminent sales next Saturday. Bloant's And back tet'ween'th 15th and 20th of each mails,aside from any accommodation for travel Governor,shall hold durian their office only until the.dibs

managed;with remarkable coolness and pre. jnen will be present to illustrate the infinite Proposals to commence Ferry are month. it will not be entitled to the route. session or the General Assembly MZt;after 5b
invited. schedule connect5ing. the does not nune..mode of conveyance
sence of mind by a means of a plank which superiority their snberh hats; where also 3519 from Orange Spring. at 6 a m once a week ,Bids.to with run the by a Havana different route at Key, West Z). When, it will be bid taken and understood to be date of their appoiatmeak 55

be usedas paddle, and piece of canvass the most ample arrangements have been Wednesday and with the New Smyrna route. ,at Miami, for the lowest mode of conveyance to wit. on Feb.27._ '

which served him for"* sad with the assistance -i completed which will render this one of the By Madiaonboro ; .will.be considered-. horseback"When it proposes to'carry accordingto IiOT1CE.S -
of the tides clear of To NewBansvOTe by 10 p m.48 miles; I the advertisement and no mode of conveyance
to the I
strong keep most agreeable assemblages ever convened. 5 .
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next OFFICES. S
10
And back between 6am'and p m SPECIAL, is stated for the route in the- advertisement it win mRECOP.\RTNERSBIP..aWiItC
broken waters. Hat Fmibhers' Union Hall, 11, Park ,Row, day.3320 .-. -"& -S lfittg'-t4 oi1Win be considered as offering.only"for horseback con JL between SKIFF KYAN ia Ud day sBa. .
While the poor fellow was thus straggling opposite the Astor House. Standard prices .FromOkahumpka at 3.pm once a week, 5 pi7ae.za; i.are Ftorida issued fur.1M nill fraaedi* of the i I veyance." solved by mutant eouea& >Tair beoto s.4 '.

for his life amid the, anxious expectations for bats, (3 and $4. ':Friday; S -' S ,'OPI sant.rtsptttivily.: ,/'Jor limited a MMB to be,waned 21. Since..the passage of the act; of Maieh3. hire been turned to Hya *HI.frn. -
By ThomasV i : S of.bid has been received. aathomed te ..sfleiIucu3.5 r
of the ,people! who witnessed his S isIs ft new deaeriptioa who are alone
: attempt \Ve the in the proposals in each COM. 5
copy above as.a. specimen of the To Volusia by7 pm next day,59 miles rAnd U specifies no mode of conveyance bat engages to 55 G F. BIDf7

from the chore, whose !lofty rlifli were now vay of New York Advertising. As a"takef back between Sam Thursday ;and '12 'China Hill"from-Quiney, 12 miles- and back carry the mail with certainty eeleffcy,and security 5-S. C. E..B.YU;

crowded'by-upward of 2,000 spectators m next day. once week.- -> using the terms of the law: Tbe3e bids are "
five fishermen belonging to Seaneii, a fishing off;" the paragraph more properly belongs to 3521 From Ocala at 6 a m a week. Friday i St. Joseph's- :from ,Apalachicola, ,Zt miles ADdback called from the manner in which they are designated THE burinossneretofore coaaict.4 bjRTSa, .

cove close to the Land's End, determined, the "fire-eating-department. By Long Swamp and Okahumpka; once, a week.. .on the book of the .Department "itrctW &sun;will be continued 111' Raa &Wea,
,
.To Abrs.hamtowaby 8 p_m, 41 miles; .- *_". It has been decided after mature consideration they having formed a t.forIId. .
with that bold and resolute for which -
spirit .
back' between 6am and 8pm ,next ef '. -
,
And bid specific mod, .
that a-- proposing
.
Miss Fredericka Bremar S ao' P
these men are distinguished to launch their reached--Havana 'cia,. Form for a Bui <,.vhtrt; c7zingefrom.- ofas high a grade as two-torse coach ? -J.W.UICiMAIT.

boat through the breakers, in which they late In January She din .l with Jenny Lind 3522 From'Homosassa at 6 a m once In.two- weeks, ,xertisemenl i '.tmteaflated_by th&btIer. conveyance transportation, is to be preferred to the star hid.; Peb.I3,1. (fg) It : 5

haply succeeded,'and eventually after encountering the day alter her arrival.. .I every other.Wednesday 6 ;40. miles "I (or we.as th_ease may be) [her*'writetbe Tbe'experieneeOf the-Department enabbi. U to '
Cedar Keys by m f
To p nanW toe residenceor the following rules via ,TO !-.- v larje BAOSU
great risk, they rescued the poor When a Kentucky .Judge,. some 'years And back1 between-6 am and 6 p"iii.every. name rcsideneesl or hereby in full)of propose Ikerertato to-arry.th-majlonrontoNft. lac.rwn the mail oa the route ia net so large as to ROOMS sent wft.h ftrraiton if e sird.-,
situation. ,
mulatto from his perilous ot.herTueeday0 ,*> as require two bars*'eoaeh conveyance a star bidiftbelowestoril In a pleasrat situation aad wiB to *.J-55
since was'asked .' fromxoftenas .: are
by an They
and his wife attorney,upon some giromUomosauszt2pm once a week, Fri-x ; bid. .
.5. 5 The other two the master the Postmaster General' adnrWeQ1en'fur be prefemdto thespecifio ad singly or together.. Any farther iniorstaUo*
off the zUaoge ruling 1J that law, your honorhe' 1*. day? the mail*are snehue*and weight sbtsLssL u.L-Li. .
when they were carried ledge, were River.Bemrn proposal* on theune,dated December's -22."When caD lie III iaqaiJ7 tIazoaP Scan
washed the Little Brisson Bock, which plied *If the Court understand herself, S By Qilttiil county Waoasassa VTolRgPoBdlevye 1800.nquiree1 i.ia the Urn stated ia the schedule.contained ? as to render tt necessary pr expedient refereac J.t.&t -55
upon < aiity, ( ,] twolone coach eonveyas S S '
and she think ,she do, it are!" ia such advwtiseineirt,and_by,ih*following to themakme to provide i
kediiead.andiath&resOrtof byfipramextdsyS3milea ; will be '
; ugh tbebighes& '
snipe wit lUcre state the speeifiV : c&-AD. Otb5i .
mod of conveyance to u bdobtedtatoaf $
nuneroos tea (owl. The master first gained Pve seen herbut .waJkingin 'herr; habit Atbmckbetweeu6smTtrnrsdayafld'next d y. ..' .12 SS how 'Ii to t>ft conveyed Jor the annual'..RJB. lberewrito : pnferred t.the ar tha..bidtothoexitat compensation. \a ofa&adeta1&4ifrer tbdiereno5l1 *-' _' W 1&persons G.g.B.&ISP d'M1'- ..

a footing'upon: ,tn* rock, Ard pon I looking de la.rue*and it ain't ho'use atakingshe'! Proposal'to extend to-Fort Fanning are in8521 [ eat tho sum in words' MW1J jtJ J f; noti; to ak ,with >JI !are repaired nvitepayiaaaito the" State ..
Eim in the ', 1tetas 1/ ..:; tS **l s'fThB ; I all deaaads a ai st. saM oo-- -
around bu wjfe.6trugging SS oo'lu toe and havIng
saw: pumpkins,and "a few; she glides along -it.4.Soen.l, I' .'1. : oC the ew JaJr.hicl1.looks,.a'edll persona .
but to abw bun to :rro A%ri iUU.TUriafr jwanty atS am -1 -J. : 0.t"I..IH' Ae.wever, are requested to prewwt &Mia.17"L.
waves, sufficiently near beauty, like a duck. upon a lake obi I'd t 4s..traa5p.rttion; 5Exeeptions- SS
.r a weelt/WedDesda j' d ".s S id,U made by tti\ed1riW -l : _
but White oat disaranIt accoincjS here. dar thetlm.IrsiIorth.i1gs .A
Btretcb "
his
baud and puU.ber.ini. .be all love anddutjr, if| only was her drake.. -ByMelsie%J' 'S .'jV" 5 S *nj oof ; a711e-1oye4 ttoemeat"1IDIIC'ot'.1M*ck.oo.. : >fOUt.e.and ., ., -._ -

the Senueo'fijsbtrmeo were occupied in icsfolnK f Fort D de J rJiI.?5.II1lleSi' nai-mgned.here Insert b w, itmlau&st that the.uoJII. for preferrinj the Jan.), 1S51. ..- + .

the mulatto, JIer' Majertr'a revenue Coxstrvro Pjiaii .: SAMCEi. G.Goo ucu And back b.Iw aad 5 p m Tuesday. .{ tqn il- *T tic.tb&c..{ tha re, it ipeoi5dblddalOexJstinhiles e.. .5 .-: ,. .

'S 3. ,fatter&/;; ;commaoded by Jar.. .ForwarJVJ (Peter Parley).ba beentnofflmattdSaS ConBul 2325 From .M(4 >iC?feJ%. m.oaoe_a, week" Jaybil.&Lhrtprtheir)1t 6 : Jrifldfr OMJameV!f zitritSg Mdders the, Z1. ,-nu-orU1.highest 4aa.whermreri 30JtP"'Z'dt.i. ', : 1,

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t upon erderag tie Paper.Subscriptions ., Continues t give his prompt attention t the ivrangement "it Baltimore Tit he offers at very low prices lo Cash,:: and.respect description Agricultural and .horticultural Implements 'ii

.. if not paid before the explratSe and prosecution C'clm ore Con- Pielpa a. &nn-: fully invites&e ct o JallY:'and I the of every variety;of,the most recent and 4J., ,,/ ,
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bn vicinity to description lye hundred plowS e'1delcriptiODi
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;{ < tate 'One DoUar per*q z4 (ef twelve lines) for or Mexican wars; IDaid. Ha- procured at notice every and description.supplied,at,! b 25_ cents. ,"- 1 c "' used in>their line,*including=all necessary. tools. I' ::5' tIa
Rnol1Uon ahor -'4-4 Chamber Parlour Ingrain do. to .&0. at manufacturers'prices. ..
:: the ; Serenty-Fire.Cent for every abler pay, or Widow Pensions Nan ; eXAL 621-2 &c -_ h4 r L':1tLLAtEocs.-RoUer, and commoa. gins, :

qmentinsertlon.":Tojyesfly: Advertisers a liberal Bounty Land ,or' Scrip, under law of eb.)1, sale PRODUCE or shipment of upon every which kind hbtral win be advance received willemnde. OB .Super&R .'$ 1-3 cent*.'..> .J__..._road.ewe: brauiXfl'fOreePUIPS.* 1.:: .

rfia** rt will be snde. ,AH.transient Advertise IS'or'Aups 10, ISIS;' Arrearages of Pay and Arrangements for. Shipping Tim-_ Me" Jea" Boots&Brogans.- rows paten, 'chalpa tofaeilitato .the drawing water : jl/Ij .
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: .neat*(Wefptbypewons having a running account :Mileage due returning Volunteers; .Claims'for < TUr+*t.9m >.Gt and ,Bt Georfla and French burvaton. '. -*-

: WItkLlZOrnOe_ A ) must"be'paid for previous publication -i Horses lost and other,Property'destroyed; Ex.pensea T BOIb'lAPlm on: hand or on short .' ..' & S it fm 1 So.' I ii'i';.COrD-..anc1I1D".' d ra.'r mdll;wrmersj screws, mW plantation hour ,:AND ALSO TO

r "f incurred by V olunteJ before being:mustered notice. lupli: I I SUi Carpet a lwirumDW. I belting cloths, .al'reeds shuttles aDd general S P TOWHSEND'
A'-AMi.
: Persons'.a distance can govern thlr remit and received bit ere; Waggonmasters ..Througb arrangements with Dock Pith!ia1eriI Ladies elegant'New Style ', 'colored i ndiag r. 'n and wooDeD,Toots manuaeteries.Mitt _tbCageney ,
EaT, ,
&c.-nasing
:1'1 "nee$advertising' j by the following rates. ,and Tcaznzt : ; ', ai1ors', fttr myself.that! eonntl dealers can be zipplied.they Sun Bonnets, Ladles colored.' 'wlte'ad' n and for' MA Y& .,us aid extensive manufactories Ysdss1ni.ufltMttiitiseef ,.e'1IIIt.

: One square (twelve lines) published.ix months &c..ko. their orders filled bettrt tan Winter; Uo. Also f < shall be prespecies at all times to furnish every lag Cad.t tbe WkIsaU DnuJsie la'wfejf .'
chan York and Cashmere Scarfs we -
,_Shawls; shortest notice "..to ihet 1. ft wm.-
.- '. all favor (
i for 510 00 Having al the forms necessary for a proper be my aim to satisfy ma Ribbons/Inserting and or machuiel'1
: both Egng. together with a market Sjajpald.. at all times fojwool nM tk.statttr la 'ti&nal. U..a.--
I Two squares, for six months, e 15 00 presentation of claims, together with the rules 'and mo with quality.their ptrn.ge" &I rgr price Assortment of Hoie. Ginghs Chintzes The, highest and hi.les. afavP"1108, of the iit.i1 .1.so lijar. &lie. eli Dr.. "ellQC.'
sheepskins
t Notlees'to debtors and creditors, 700 and regulations governing. the different Dpi. AGENCIES.The r. Monsline : ,, State received and sold for the-nsuU.e mmJ.uioD.' ','aIa.At"...tins an tile.kI.eM OU Df.MM* *.
Sheeting,Osnabnrgs, and Tweed Cassimeres; also, ,' < Ii the prsfireass AI a.... 0.et .
t. Application for letters of administration, 500 ments, he i prepared to undertake all clm., agencies of several important .PATENT a variety of SmaQwares White and ,S- &"H.: NOYT &,tQrNo. OenaMtfiMMMC
locH tkal It
a. was a ro SMTW.viit S.?.
Color "<
.t Notice of Application for dismissal as what kind soever, that. may require the services MEDICUIES have been_ .obtained,among which is Black' and Colored Silk Cravats, .&. .SWr* .. 171 Bay street, .Savannah, Gd'"
trator, -- Admtaill-I of an Agency at this place. Jacksonville, Nor. 28th 1850, *|f REFJlutceu.-lfe Padelford, Fay & CoV.; .. .

I For. iiunceienh6feaxdLdatcsfor office, :rOO I Paricul attention given t the proper settle Eastern'Circuit. Court Dnval Swift, Denslow, & Webster. V oct Utl Bat wXtsejigtbe.r -_ ns1r. mil- .

f will be unless'the accounts. -1 l jF/orid -
announcement made same I ofQuatrurl' .Atlanta;
County. (G-uJPemale Seminary. "..
-
, be accompanied with the amount charged. moderte, regulated by the amount lYER George Burt.'pltff.r *: exercises of-this new scfioo commenced -. W.the Uittotln OnoUU If Oe CtljHrjrtv.T."

'I Editorial: notices 'for'private benefit wqt be claimed, and the extent of services required.All THE the first Monday in July last, under the I itjlr t. .Ib'lx.Is.a Carl tM webe4 MM ..

4 .barged double the rate of advertising. communications,'to insure insertion, must Elisha'IJV d Elizabeth :f charge of A. R. Kellam, principal In the literary, P.1'...'.SuupuUU.w. iU au!Utm4 to.,'

RellclcBs Obituary and Marriage notices will be dee OtE HaU, his wife,"defdts. J andJus accomplished lady,ini the music and ornamental .. ..U Mfem U My tWIcluI,. UU.wkfak Mka,t
4f .
pstpaid. department, with assistants of hih qualifications. lbs pvpszsU.a kisit OliDrJu.b TttraseaT* kN.psriflaaajb&ve.ssw. .
Petition for the foreclosure of nV 8st'llf
be puHfjh-d i gratis.CammtuiieaUons. mortgage The Ins.titution:wm 'be;dhidecI into s1Sbetkb1..
iREMEDY'
i
of lot
. must be post paid. Oscar Hart A : AIN in number the 've -of hr Jacksonville Square number ten four classes fourth;third.,Junior;and senior.. A 8PHIEFFELW. ,.BBOTHEBS k CO.IM aM m Job ftx

I, tow ". Bounty, preparatory department will be attached to the.IIOhooJ. ICTKCSHTON .
A7TOIINEY'4TLAW and State"aforesaid. -
I t WORMS. and"conducted under supervision of the CUUUC CO,lit ft r* 3aS4w71I
Office over the large store of Messrs. Holmes & It anoearinr to' the Court by the affidavit nl,J.Mcllobert principal. 'The school has been furnished with afine AltOI''II:Y.

t PHILIP FRAZER, Co., opposite the' Masonic Lde, on Bay St., Baker c.ttmeiiothe'Ptl and wen selected apparatus,globes,astronomical NORTON,BABCOCK fc WOOD, ht Maiden !L'LT.

t ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WILL practice in the sveral counties of the unquestionably, the best WORM MEDICINE in use; in the above geographical, phon'06r&phiClLIlOund. charts, BATILAND, KEESC fc GO,M MaUea La .
and can always be depended Hal ia not to be found within the of mxue to be and read .
Eastern Circuit.of Florida, and attend to the psitin rmey. Jursition. maps, &0., on a large seen DAVID T.L.UOIAN'ItWaterltrHt .
: JACKSONVILLE FLA, on safe in its operation. Court, but is of the A library
ths t reli i Stat distinctly from any part room. good .
supp HADOCK,CORLh7 CLAY,all read.. 4*
collection of claims against the United States for .
.
T.x&
; Will attend to any professional business entrusted ALSO, of choice books also belongs to the school -
to'huE in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit Military services, and for Horses lost, or other DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY, It is therefore Ordered, That the lid Esh' for the use of the pupils. OSOOOD JENNINGS 188 Peer Street- 4*
.
Hall, do answer the said MINOR fc CO iU TulfaM Street 4 .
,
lost destroyed by said service. An article of great merit and wLkh none who appa ad petition The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions *
and the Supreme Court.at Tallahassee. lie has property troop owns a Horse should be in the by law; judgment will b of twenty weekseach;tbere will be at least J. .J.TRirr,90.MaUea taM .4*.

I. Jso) such an advantageous connection with an Also, claims for pensions disbled soldiers,or withut'Belt given against him in default thereof.It one public examination each session, and a quarterly RUST fc HOCGHTOX,W Job Street 4*
the widows of deceased soldiers. Dr. Clirlslle'g Galvanic Bracelets is further,ordered, that the above riotico be
able Lawyer Washington city, as will ensure and orphans report will be sent to each parent or guardian GREEXCEAF .'EINsL rUCortJudtlt. 4*
Necklace and Fluid. in
: .""* ; of such claims Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers Magnetic published' some newspaper, published in the giving a full and fair statement of the stand- WALTER B.TOWNSEND CO,328 read SU. 4*
and collection aIIt town of Jacksonville in .
a prompt speedy For flee Removal and Permanent "Curt all said county, pnce '
'. be placed in his hands, against the United and the widows and orphans of deceased officers Nervous Diseases, of_ two weeks for four months. ever lug, deportment, and expenses of the pupil. OLCOTT MCKESSON fc CO, 11 Maiden Lane' 4* "
;
L may and soldiers. ADd oBbosc Complaints which'src caused by THOS. Judge, &c., &c. RATES OF Tymox.'Preparatory class, per JOSEPH i:. T1U1'rE,1M Majdea Lane, 4*
] =tatea.I Nov. 20 1850. DOUGLS 'session,.$S; fourth and third'classes, 15 junior
an impaired weakened condition of ; rOU fc PALANCA,90 John St 4*
Also will his attention to or unhealthy
It I Sept.. ,1, ISlO-ly-. give con Yncing. ho J. Mjjl. BAKER, Esq l IUr .Atty.Inlftlore ,and senior cliuses, 20; music piano forte.20; gni- MONTAGUE WARD C O-,83 MaUea'Lane. 4st
to ex(lining titles and record, and ascertaining .: tar, 15;ornamental branches, 10; vocal music, 2; '
V Carnie
NERVOUS SYSTEM. Clerk of said Court; do THOMAS fc MAXWELL 86 William St 4*

J. P. SANDERSON claims to lands.: This beautifu and convenient application,of the here y certify that the above is a true 'copy of library pupil and received incidental for expenses a Jess time,per than quarter'one, 1.No JACKSON, ROBINS fc .lUWstsr, St. r 4,'

: c All business entrusted to him will meet with powers of GALVAN l ls.\l and MAGNETISM the order Publication ip..she above entitled case, ,and no deduction made unless for protracted session GRAHAM fc CO,JO OU Sip, .
1TTORNET AND COCKSELIjOR AT LAW has been bT distinguished on file in office. I
pronounced my .
attention all instruments .
and of Pearl St
prompt ; writingwill sickness. HARSH fc NORTHROP,69 4
*
. both in Europe and the United States, Witness hand and the seal of
i: HAVING removed his office Duval from Columbia b executed him with neatness and despatch. physicians to be the most valuable medicinal discocery of the. [L. a.] this my Nov,21 1850. sid Cut. ,' From" their experience and former success. they HERWOOD COFFIN Pearl St. ;4*
Jacksonville t'
to County, by feel full
I Confident ofrendering satisfaction. Their INGEBJfoLLfc
Aft. ., II..V.GARNJE,Clerk, C. C. D. C. BROTHER 230 Pearl St. 4*
.
respectfully informs hU friends,that he will continue Jacksonville Janr25,1851. tf D n. WILCOX'SCompound -Nov. 23, IB. facilities for imparting instructIon'are'l'1W'e11 I a.A FAI1NESTOCJ CO.40 Jolui8U 4*

the practice of his profession, as formerly.He Extract of Snrsaparill*, equalled. The-advantages of the location need : la *....&*.wIth Slits w* give aa ntta t af a Cat*Bftllibodbyall -
not be mentioned. Access to the
place unequalled
will attend at each and every Term of 7ownsents.I '. In tIt Circuit State tb* riaipal retail sun la tWoity.MaWortbm
Original Florida '
of of and health undoubted. Board be" had the
.
Cortfor.tl
JAMES M. BAKER can in &H larjMt aa< mesS bBa* IB tb* Pail** f MM*
. 4 the Circuit Court: in the several Counties of T IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY, in and f Circuit. best Families on reasonable terms. For any information Ihar17 swnty nt.l aulln.Ir.1.., s.

the Eastern'. Judicial Circuit, the County of ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND easily proved by us,-thatTOWNSEND For Monroe Connty. .wanted, .address. the principal,.Atlanta-, Cmr4 these an. two pimloBt IB ibIs autur. CU h-"'.

Circuit the Columbia Co. East Florida. Ga.. oct24-3m ol.TovBteBi'i .rt.pmrilU to TUB lar..riDa.iat.. .
Hamilton in the Alligator
, Middle Supreme BILL IN CHANCERY FOR.DIVORCE.. 9 -
did obtain from Dll. WILCOX the receipt for f rer4tl.IB their MU..,.B Se S. F:.trticta. '
: Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S..Court at Sl; manufacturing the original Edward F. Griffin, Complainant. Columbia County Sheriff.. ?* Sale. .

\ Augustine. All business entrusted to his care 11!. WlllT SMITH, if M. O'BRIEN, JVILC COMPOUND, vs. .1&4'CARP TO THE PUBLiaVe.
Patience S. Griffin
'D Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa., issued from the
; will receive attention. I
prompt and that ho did after the character and reputation -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .* to the satisfaction of the S9 Circuit Court of Columbia-count v, whereinJnsptifiR ng of XceYvk.
Court1y. ud "
Pbyil.has
'P. established the most r apparing the riderilgieS.
Address-.1 SA DEltSOf, Jacksonville, was ,as being .
thut _ij Dill IMM l .. Watts w'Ui "PI. *f.. and \\ m" Colson
Duval Ftanda. Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. > lot nutt* .Bro ,. sd WilIlam.bare. r..a's1Is SPlU IS IkSS
Count, EXTRAORDINARY' MEDICINE by due prfhat the said Patience Gn is the Defl'ndant"lllb1lJ expose to sale to tha bigb..est "or pere..al Ticvt.f the ml .tritt .( tW a.e'f.w--
Jack.onvilloJan.. 17, 1850. tfM M WHIT SMITH, I M. O'BRIEN, in the world, for the following diseases, such It Is Ordered Ta resdesont bidder,*before the Court House door in the S 'arillaL Of tli.Iium. prfcm4 Vj tkrlginaJ prtiss 5. 1M

,. --.-.---.-.-- Office at Alligator. |I Office,at Ncwnansville.BOARDIWO. as Scrofu! Consumptor King'sEviI, Salt on sid Bill be had at the nxtnn this Cir. Town of Alligator, in Columbia county, on the 9 rwp.ritU w.bate mctkiit U 4*.sa4 keys .
d Head, Tight cult Provided, That First Monday of April netbe following .
QUKEN He INTO SII, lheum b published in procerty to ittU tJaa' mau UtMB tke..s1' *; Bat we fist
nesl of the Chest, Dyspe some public newspaper in this for the term ,towit, -Levied upon as the property said w.nch'to pn th.r ao>.why w*prrftr.us u4 tM OU

ATTORNEY LAW tation of the Heart,and allNervous offourmontha before the first dayofthe laid next Defendant, to satisfy dAl fi. fa. : Dr. JMOD T.w..m4'. !rmwillm M Mr. S. 5'.TcvaMBffcB '
for
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Pleasant and genteel accommodation single Afeetions. General Debility, Fluor Live Al- Term of said Conrt. -t'um /six [6]of Section twenty-five,[25] leave the p.Wi.to jmdf wb.th.r w* at*"htAimt aat .

persons or families can be found at Mrs. FL bus or \Vhit Syphili, JOS. B. LA CAST in Township six, [6] South of Range fifteen [15] swindlers,aid aol t. W tmttd." by f*felaf. .
the United States District Court at St. Humors Mecnrial Diseases
t I Circuit; TAED'S-the old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Complaints, -, Judge Sutbe Circuit Stat Ford Eastcontaining eighty [80] acres; Also Lot L Our ezpcriratt asS brvUoa..MllMW as taat tteOU

Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; been thorougbly repaired and renovated,) For, &C. &c., and no doubt in order to OSSIAIC B. number fire, [5]fractional Section twenty-five, Dr.*. Sarupuflla funn B.rB* and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of op some purs be Solicitor for Complainant. [25] containing one hundred and fifty-five [155] h.than S P.T......sod tb* toitiaiMX 1M f aB*
i. office Bay street make it the genuine cannot made
site the Republican .
I Florida against the Government at Washington, without with minerals Dee. 19, 1850 4 acres; And Lot number three, [3] of Fractional would M.B to be the MUB. sad ft always It a BMttol -
vile, East Florida. Oct. 2m great expense )pollute Section twenty-seven, [27] containing eighty [801 .f..Rlca"a.4<..', whoa tw. u.IcJ..Jaeart.U* Bua' : !

. .. .f I either before Congress or at the Departments. such as Corrosive&c. &c. Sublimate, Splpher, Salts, DISSOLUTION AND FORMA TION.OF aCres;'ALw, Lot number four, [4] of Fractional .an*,aid porportiiz to nre the nm twaMt an la aura**

f I ft> ADDRESS, Jacktonrifle, East l'Torida.t JAMES SULLIAN. Saltpetre Now in,consequence of the above abuse, Dr. 9f Section twenty-seven, [27]containing ht.v [80] t* tell tbat wbich w* ... .. tb* ." Tk CM*tbat S.rTovamd'a .

: May 2,1850 tf COP.RTNERSHIP. acres ; Also-Lot crse\"en, [7] of }fcractioaal Sar,aril. a bM Rrcatl/aMtW, fBtauataA aa*
W1LCOX hasconcludedto his whole
__ No. 19 Wbltaker, near Street, give ;
1. Bay
{ and talents the manufacturing of tie THE "bi heretofore existing nnd'er Section twenty-seven [27]containing one hundredand zplofed tht.bcttlM. tbCTebyivi.c peat dimatiifSMtU* to

I i! Baker SAVANNAH, GA. t Cop Cure ton. Titus & Harris, is six [1061 alres; Also, Lot number three, [3] ear...tomsru,bafiBflaeaeHaaiB*ar pTefma*f ah*.Mi
_J. McRoTjert HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND, h I day dissolved by mutual consent.* in Fractional Section thirty-six, [36] containingfifty Dv.'. pw p.ratl... Wbem aik4 by*ar *aitoBi ra'far *uaplioi

ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW WHOLESALE AND BAIL in its primeval state of vegetable purity, 8 that CURETON, TITUS It HARRIS. tOO] acres; Also, Lot number six, [6] of ,wbUb.w*teller Baler all dIna..to.b* tile

TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, the afflicted of al classes may have a healing Jacksonville, Dec.20th,18oO. Fractional Section thirty-six, [36] containing fifty best;*.* ..ia..,Ja.. & I.tfil.t our pirfmme to 014

JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. DEALER 13 balm for all of above eomplint. And from nine acres; Also, Lot number one, [1] in Fractional Dr.Jacob T.._.'.. WIth tb***vlova,w*leav* tWpBb- .

WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Brltanla, Planished Ware his knowledge for the hut tn leas of the wonderful -. The business hitherto conducted by the Section thirty-six, [36] containing eighty u.to .Id.It.*are aol juittied ia fcit &W',OK.Dr.*
Japanned,
.
aoTe fpTeparitiBtkstTrertawbih
healing propensities compound, hehesitates named firm will be henceforward [80] acres; Also, Lot number two, [2]in Fractional It u.ai todrra a* a
Circuit, in Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit so..ge., not to say, to you, that he warrants a and under the Section thirty-six [36] S
firm of containing eighty ...i.at..,...a*veil a*tb. *bi *ef tb*P epl*W *>
i in Benton and Hillaborough counties of the ALL kind of Cooking Stoves and Rangs. o cure of ANT and ALL of. the above disorders, if ? CURETON fc'TITUS. [80] acres; Also Lots numbers one,five,and six, vemllr B* Ui.t.d ia iu favor.Pbllip .

Sonthtrn Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tallahassee t approved patterns, persevered in according to the directions. Dn'tsal Iaekluvie, Dee. 20th. 1850. [I, Ii,&6]Fractional Section twenty-three[23]] .
i hot ,and ships; and all other tovesfor parlor, that you have tried Sarsaparillas and t ; cnntaining together three hundred and four [304] Merkle. I>. SO Grail.. fc 43Asu.J ir. :y_
the United States District Court C. G. Ksrnnt.Broom, D. So
in
and oc publc.places. Stove Pipe and every description not been bonefitted, 8 you won't try VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. acres; Also, Lots numbers one, four five and six, G.A: Nrmaa., X.D. 172 Cbcrrr 4.
if...t : for the Northern District of Florida; and will Iron Work made at notice. DR. [1,4,5 &6] in Fractional Section thirteen, [13 H. D. Wjaaai M. D. C.laabia e.r. KIHaft.* 4. \
. Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Lead there has WILCOXS.Fop nE UNERIGNED for sale avalu- four hundred B. H. Parma, JI. D. CM Crctavteb .....Bu.. ,. .
t c t J prosecute claims against the United States before Pump Pip name got u oter containing together and three and D.D. Balkaaa, .. D. K6 AT. C .
Tin Plate,Sheet Iron,Wire, Iron the of this article and tell on on the .. .. . .
1 the at on reputation wo Lke Jeup twenty-five-hundredthfl (403 25-100) acres, all in A. C. D. e & k Cbrjftl.
; and Washington. John's River
1 Congress Departments CASH purchasers of Tin Ware can be supplied confidently that tbeSARSAPARILLA' ,consisting Two Townshipsix (6> South, and Range fifteen (13) 3.b.Bi.co.... D. 194 8tb Av. 4.C..B.ldiog.M.D.ssS.a.Av. .
Being located at Jacksonville for lift, be will at low in New thousand are first rate hammock land, equal to 4.
'Io prices a a they can buy York or ROOT in & Property pointed out br the Plaintiff.A. Dr.Gc*. K..,. ..D 84 Caaal .
It give his entire and unremitting attention to his elsewhere. Orders from Florida, South Carolina, is,though excellent in its one of the any Ford beautifully situated on the Lake, J. T. WRIGHT, Dr. Pap. If.D. Broom S r.njtb -- .
qualte and adapted the culture of cane and Fnana, .. D. 316 kiv1ugo -40
interior Dr. a ,
and the solicited. amirbl Sheriff
are t Columbia .
": ;i profession,and 'all business entrusted to his care most inferior ingredients of ,may we not truly position large body of fertile ount R.L.D.Graa T.I. ..D.D8 BTMB .
'l 29 1850. t Alligator Feb. 27,1851. *> td .
Aug. .
,
\ \ Compound fNow H. r'ia.s. D. 3)the.bI
;" hall meet with prompt attention. t say 'otr. land on the banks of .
; these assertions are true to lbs great navigable rTr. J.W.',...*J.3U StaBMBbt. .
r. adds greatly its .
and .N.GiJ..ri..D.I&Caaa&
: : Jacksonville, August 29,1850. tf letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but a desirable object t Intrle'more large i Jacksonville Hotel. 0. L. P_.. .. D. .CaaalJ. 40
FASHIONABLE TAILORING. because we have'a right to the benefit of truth; cotton plantations.The sugar TIE Subscriber having become the purchaser WithCToll. .. D. &OliT.r .' .

A Card. and it is also true that if yon will c on us, we subscriber also offers for sale 12,000 acres sole Proprietor of this well known Charla. *Trim P. Tay._.MS V ChaBibcnB WbiMbaU ,--"4.

T1jae Sub.erbe would respectfully inform will give you names and residences people.who on Lake on the St John's river, wen HOTEL respectfully informs the public generally A.arr.. Da?i...229 If.ara 4.
INTENDflG> bleats the State,I have transferred M. and its vicinity have been cured of diseases which has astonished adopted Monl or Lumber business. that he has added to the former house twenty-odd C.A.... ...526 GrmadKba ;"

my professional business to I.McRoBERT BAKER.Esq. that be has taken the akn1De formerly occupied not only themselves,but their physicians,and also The above untie sold on liberal terms. more comfortable rooms, with over five hundred H. Watt L Maa.,&4th 9U6 AT Craalt. aa* .4.
ta.
;. .,Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. F in- by Col. .Sanderson as a law intends names of some ot ou best physicians, who are JOSEPH F1NEGAN, feet front, with piazzas in front and rear, making bta. L. CMk. 109(tb ATtaa .
carrying on the above business in wbich using, recommending, and selling large quantities Jan a6.-3m Jacksonville it as comfortable as any Hotel in the South, UIf arsb.3D6 CborryBtajaana 4.
'eluding all such matters as were entrusted to my of Dr. Be F. which now will enable him to accommodate Doaa.19 Spring Os
he will endeavor io merit a share of the public Wicx's Compund. ve care over J..sphL.5.UAv.C Os
care by Gen James A. Peden, of which all interested patronage. He will keep constantly on band a ful to get "3. !WI. one hundred and fifty persons. His table win be Albert W.Uabkl Bo.... tor. AT BB*9Alex. .' Os

will please take notice. choice assortmnt of fine Frnc.roa Cloths, cox" on the outside label or yon may b injured Jacksonville and Alligator under the superintendence of experienced Alfred. P...reb.B.,.Tari. 190.Heftv.b .. IIaai. :.. ...
** ny
Mr. business ., which rather than benefitted.ifyon PLANK ROAD NOTICE. house-keeper of the North, by whose aid he flatters Samuel Tay tor, S67 Blceebtr Os
.r 1 Baker's reputation for diligence C.Simere to g Trming reasonable wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is, we himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotelin D.D.T.n..CU Ha*.. 4.

; ; and attention are sufficiently well established to terms. JOHN HENRY. have the privilege referring to the first men of the South, beiA$now-enabled, by the constant .1..11_Gnra..104 ChaaibcraIf .
.. .
. BOOKS 4.
nnHE SUBSCRIPTION orill k .1. road car.Cr'f*
ensure promptness to all matters in his bands. Jacksonville, Oct. 1850. t the community. Principal Office, JL t the steam communication with Savannah and Charleston B. Parker .. D. Ifyrtl ... or.CamQ -
3 capital stock of the Jacksonville .to have the of .. .. .
the
173 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK, A. advantage fine markets of W. Sleight D. i3 Jam** ; .
This transfer ia sufficient manifestation of .
a my gator Plank Road be o those cities In addition he has made 6.D.Ayr**. Atlaati nr. H.ary ,. .
And Green Beaver ComJnlwi .
and arrangements
corner and .
T. VAKCR'SSEA .
of S. P. L..d.Court 00 Atlaati "
he
confidence store
stst.Aba1. Co.
in professional ability and Integrity. sold by Druggists and all. in Jacksonville ,in connection with the Hotel, at all timesto A. Botehkiu. Jr.7 Vaioa. L 1a"Aip
CHARLES P. COOPER ISLAND ROLLER COTTONGISS' over the country. and at the store os S.L. Miblack& Co., furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation C; X. Wright Col... .. SacketkBayw .. Os
at Alligator, on Saturday, the first day of March of his guest. > ***, 137 Conrtf. 40
Aug. 29,1850Attorney at CAUTION TO THE next,and will continued until the whole P *. *'.a Vyrtl Avaaa fc
Lau Subscriber begs leave to inform the PUBLICo b open The increasing reputation which the climate of P MesA Smith eor. Balti '
The planter of Sea Island Cotton and the pub Dn.t be deceived by 8 attached to stock is taken.In Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical C. C. Satita. Cliatoa **f.BalU I.. '
:
T.IIcROBKRT BAKER, lic,that he can supply them with his double of Townlend's which certifies that behalf of the Commissioners: faculty, for the cure,of consumption and other J.BadM*.Nl Hyirtl Av.**r. Oafld4 '.t"
ad
each bottle is compounded and made under thesupervision i S. D. FERNANDEZ, pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increase t L..Ora". WQt...

'Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. Florida. singleSEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. of James R. Chilton, Chemist, who i Jan. 80. 1851,-tf Commissioner. of travel to this State during the fall and winter C.: H. Clark.. V. If..re.n.Grawlk.. --4.Os*

NOTARY PUBLIC. I has been hired for that purpose.Now let u see :. months,of those who seek the relief afforded by a B. T. B...SU Greoawicb r .
!, No doubt is longer entertained they are best bow it looks,when this Chilton resides miles milder in 11'.. B; Na*..CD Broadway 4.
I. Commissioner appointed by the Governors of Gins in u and satisfaction the Subscriber he has flatters himself, from the manufator. This we think 15'greatimposition Jacksonville Male Institute. subscriber atmosphere had determined; and that view his of this exertions tact the to Haviac aotioed witb gnat ,Ianr* a "CARD 9OTMPUBLIC.

r the following Slates to take Testimony, Affida. from general he will receive their given for.thelast publc and calculated to deceive merit the patronage which shall be bestowed ."vat forth by vw SUtj rkyaisUa sad DrsMaIB
seven years, support.Prices the un for I REV. I. A. M. 'PRINCIPAL. th* City of Now York Sn tb*'r.IsUs manse*C tie-***
ye yourselves. him shall be without
tit and to be therein to toil
; Acknowledgment used war SAT upon or
: low, and the made of the best materials :
Gin ....'
ALSO, sTrl Kinds of"Vegetable Pills pense. SAMUELtfUFFINGTOX. 7. Saraaparillaar,ia wbl b griM > .aa**Ic t

Maine, Virginia and workmanship. including Hibbard's well known anti- Rates Tuition. Jacksonville, E. F., October 3, 1250. tf pr4 IB f Tot*f OLD D*. JACOB TOWKSIXITJ SAB
BOXES BRUSHES of
Vermont North Carolina AND Bilious Pills, and Wild Cherry Bitters.Ordersfrom .
SAPARILLA TCT that Bud* by Mr. S. P.TwmMa
(. tt 1-' Massachusetts, South Carolina, for !a1 cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest any part of the Country will receive prompt Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic \JI.l1.'enlp'..a.es MtdiaUy MBB U tail'sbks-

!j :-: Connecticut, Georgia, AgentasVfl2.ELoNoA at.tnton.AdJre and Penmanship, per quarter, 84.00 GREENS. TYPE' FOUNDRY- ; W*weald,therefor.eoa* i.BUoB ly MM a<1 .tI k
J. H. McRORY, Geography, Gramma. History, Composisition. No. 128 Fulton Street Sun New' OU Dr. JaoaVs Sanaparflla.Iata4 af S.KMM .1.5"
. .: : New York, Alabama & ACOSTA,Ccntrevillage, Ga.MVXORD and Keeping 5 00 Building; York.
.
Pennsylvania Mississippi, & HARRIS. Jacksonville, E. F. Higher branches of an English, Mathematical No. 17 Canal Street Row, New Orleans. kCBl.a.Batli .;:. .

, Delaware Texas. Savannah,Ga. Oct. 12th.1Si0..6m. and Scientific course, -' 6 00 To Newspaper PublUbere and PI1 ten" J.p.CaI.WMhta.DIJ. r..

r. B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. C. The Ancient Languages, 10 00 confidence I invite the Trade, before J.Dr.GIsbL&.east.D. W. Dy."?k-Sea*. 1.pM.0.. .. -
r' ? Maryland, aug I.-Iy 11. R. REED & Co. E. F. WITH ,.. .
PettarUl
Palatk. elsewhere .I O7 Bre" ..It --
A
consists .purchase to
: S. B. THOMPSON & Creek E. F. S J.W. 81. *.
,
: HOLMES & Co. :Blak 1"arl for Sale. sessions a day 9 to 12 a. m., S to 5 p. m. call at No.128 Fulton street,New York,or at No. Lvi Sobmidt k C*.. AlUatew* d* ,'
T. O.
. : Valuable' Laud For Sale. E. F. Exercises 17 canal street Row-New Orleans where BaitiBg k Kteb U Waahi. ta 45 .
commence the I
eitf da. WILL on Monday; 3d day of am .
& Kio .
PATTERSON of at sale BrVBavilI
dispose .
: Jut For I private February next. ready to furnish them with all kinds of BOOK P. Crocker.Jr. *
t '.4.B: Agent for the owners. the undersigned of- A. A. Dd.JF a.;;; "45 my farm on the St. John's river 1831. NEWSPAPER TTPE, of the newest AND B. LIII.. ... Pik Ram 4*
. J.nual'128. tfAdmlnistrator' and mot beau Job Flemiax. PittibarcaB. do
for sale the JNO. Co., Beaufort S C. ,at the month
f ._ following valuable. tracts ofaDd FYE& Julington creek, tiful style. I am also prepared to supply the much ..BeTvrl. LlagleaUwa 4.
" I, to-witt .. GEORGE NewnansviHe, E.F. sixteen miles'above Jacksonville.The admired Scotch letter J.K. JfeCardy.. Readtaic .
:. .The Low Tract situated at the bead of Indian ,WM. DELL, situation is known to be the most beautiful Notice. from Scotland a series, of having: lately procured CyrB Betta.r.. Labaaka *OsJoha
. five hundred Ocala E. F. on the river and is remarkable for its these beautiful faces, Bortoa. D.yI..WEphr.im d*
"jriver containing acres more or less. AWATIJUl healthiness, .
together with P. Lets, Bleoaifcary 4
v "Also a small traot of woodland in the vicinity PJAR Orange Springs, E.F. not a case of fever having occurred there for SIX MONTHS after date,we shall present all ORNAMENTAL every variety JOBBIXO ot form and pattern tyoai k Cbaadlor. Loa..MII" d
Jacksonville A. DUNBAR Co. The is accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Felix AND TyPE, BORDKEINO, B. K. Moatro Os' '
of
"of the town containing thirty King's Ferry and Traders years. dwelling spacious and comfortable, Lyoaa :3
Livingston &o. I feel assured that the elegance B. P. ... : ,S -
&. Hill.. and calculated for the accommodation of a Judge of Probates for the County of and aconran Lyons Hanaoay ..
.
Also'a'tract- containing hundred acres good THOMAS VANCE.St. family. The land is of good 'quality, and large well Duval, for a final settlement of the estate of Sey- of all the Type Founder manufactured by me cannot besurpassed B.Robert,. C.Roy Boob,WelUbor, Delavar 4 4*.' '. .

.). 4il&ntLngIand,on Pablo. creek. near the mouth of Ga.. May 30, 1850. tf adapted for cotton. is a flourishing Change mour Pickett, deceased and _will then apply by any in the Union. By an w.. 8. B., Batlor 4* .
the St: Joh'nive. Marys grove on the premlss. which formerly producedan for discharge from all further attention and responsibility -. entirely new method in the mixing and casting.J I J. MeClymoada k c. WaUoCMk' 4.. .
enabled W. R. Colbert Bailor
am to maintain
the
-L in the virtues of the
The land will be sold at income of thousand and will- premises. component Patet
,. reason a dolarl ehortly B. MASH Saabary 4*
abl and Notice.AH MARY parts of the metal,' and thus to produce in N. .. WaUrtewB. ..
re. on good terms. Address do again, from the and healthy R..PICKETIz Smith T. ', -
half of the s of the t.ecs. The JAMES A. PICKET addition to an elegant the mostso/uf and durable P. n. BUl. 8ara\o&a8prtaa.. 4.' oj
dwelling hous and lot of persons indebted to the Estate of Elza appearance Post Office of Man Typt heretofore C_ H. Barter*. 5. 4* .- .
offered to the
land in Jacksonville, near the 10n.uqu beth M. Berrie. deceased are darin is within two miles, and the steamboats Administrators. pnblie. To this B..r Xanay JAeq.I 4. ,
9 being the Je which occupied b make immediate payment to the undersigned and pass and repass the their regular Jacksonville, Feb.20,1851. 8m last feature I would in particular your atten- .. D. Lvoaa. (fair- N.Y.cb&fl,3'w. .
bfor '
.,.r&n..Esq.I Ofp Fi. to and houtezn tion, for solidity and durability of Typo is, on Badnr. Xovarki "Jf"*. J
.. all persons having demands against said estate, trips wishing to the principle of of the .J.A. S.... Tr.a". ., 4* :..'
,
Also two hundred aDd forty acres o the east are requeotedto present them properly attested secure this valuable call on;or ad- DISSOLUTION. economy greatest Importanee.to A Watkiaa, Boltowt Jolla Tb .'. '
t-vide of Fleming bland, on the St. John's River, within the time prescribed by law. dress by letter, the proprT at Jacksonville COPARTNERSHIP i.-U-T all typographers. The members of the Joba RoBBdy, Craftoa 4* .i>.;77.; .
the 1andaofIeurs.Lewis THE heretofore existing find me ready to supply all kinds Jaeob PiorM.Cbaitet 4* \
between of
: and
HENRY D.HOLLAND CHARLES
Gerg Executor. l'loria' BYJINE. Buffington & Alfred ATery. WiBdbaBT d. :l.-'
Ryan at White. PRINTING OFFICE
Fleming; about one hundred acres of a Sept.19th. *. tf. October 24, 1850.- Hamilton U this Springs. ; FuimrrnjiK:, for the establish A-. WUklaa Papor IOU TQht ,. VV... /
co.," day dissolved by mutual ment complete Printing Office,such Tboaiaa '
and about thirty acres cleared. / as Presses J. Cor.l.k.1.KrfU TS C
I Jrok undivided one third of the late Mrs. consent., S. BUFFINGTON, Wood Type,, Cases, Sunds. Brass. Prnd i'i'WwdRule Callor k SUekaor,Boot Bv 'Xaasw. .. ?.
Administrator' Hotlee Notice to NaTIg ton. n-fl'.. r.. .n.IA Sfl 9 v. Im Bing Stones, (omsijti k Porn.lArl.c. Caawall.B... 4* -
,
.Sophia Fleming's dower on Fleming Island, ont BUUChaBdlctkC*. 4. 4-'t' ",
Jacksonville -
: St.'John's a SIX month after date, I shall present my ae Feb. 1.,1850.6th tf Brass and Wood, Galleys., Riglets, Closet Racks, II.C.Om.or 4- <. ,.
r.er btialol0n CUSTOMHOUSE. & ate. .. "' '
thou vouchers to the Hon. Judge o.l'r 0., L liaeitI.e 4 4. "
1A1.alldirJde enetr for Dnval for a final settleuientf DIb'IUCT OP ST. Old TYPo taken !In 7strld.&Co. .- 4. d*' & t
for
exchange
Namtau county JoiraX Columbia new at 9 cents C. .
county, on .. County Collector, otabkBlaabar4 4 '4
t :.lacr., at to Thomas' Swamp. suitable .Adminttor''of the e.tat of.John Middle Por Jacksonville, NOT. 1s 1830.On Sale. pcrlb. The trade dealt with 0" the most liberal 1. B.-B.'h' '4.4.* :VTbema -
ton, .or about the first of 17 IUTUB of authority feme by law vest terms, and patronage'solicited on the *C. adly, .. '--4. d*. > ,
turpentine; small skirts of hammock; granted deceased.THOMAS May next the follow : ground of .'* *" *
lr. Fatio. %V..JONES, ing changes .will be made with the Buoys at St ; ed, I will expose for sale, in front of the Court furnishing to the purchaser an article with which' E.Wood NortD..Ner'k Sayle.Seatb Alani Adams 4.* f **-.,'.' .
.t Ifu. house '
I..'. McROBERT 26. Administrator.TVnflfA. John's Bar. I give this notice, so that all navigators door in, the town of Alligator on the be I"11 be pleased,' and which will bring him the J.W. Daaeahever. CI..I."... OU. .
J' sept. first '
BAKER understand when this Monday in June !A. D.,1851, 43? acres of worth of his money. A. 8. SeoTell. ClaoiaaaU ObIs ->*
Attoreja mar change is made, J. B. QBlmby fc C... X.B. ..
!t ,.:.f News copy t. JwtJ i f what the law is relative to Buoys, land'owned-by Smith.* Webster, or so.much .Editors or Printers wishing to establish a News- Vm. K. Prottoa. PoMmaatb AatMktac 4. T <' .
) 44 thereof as wiU pay the Stateaud or J' .. .. .-,-
1' That hereafter all Buoys along tho coast, or eonnty tax due paper 'PfktkKOffiee, will be furnished Balloy D.rQif ; '
r .T TO TIlE OFFI ERS-iND SOLDIERS in bays, sounds --clianneis thereon, for 850, and all necessary expenses attending with an in detail of the cost by Hoary D Lothrop'New Marktid. .;-
amel-'V barbor" stating ,c.aa.b.st..frmatita-. S t"?;
.
: Bryant ahal b said levy and sale. %- else of and kind or work .
t OF. ., THE. SEVERAL WARS SINCE colored lumber' that-passing paper to be executed. Cks.t.r l.\..., flo.sawsa do
.ATT0gMYAXD or ring' the Boundaries described on the dajSheriff sale. Publishers of Newspapers who will insert. 1..C..out..I'1' '4* 01' -
bay harbor this
,
: VIJta-A"Lw, THE REVOLUTION: coat o or ... .
.J advertisement J .C.i'iUb..ry.4.< 4*
,.-&;\IGIIT three months
red with and nuTtheI .
Buoy send
eV8n shall be .
.Will attend to pa. J.J.haeea, B 4
1 ProCwsloaAl busmesiln'the'Courts 'lu *** *
if. .
Y IredntActofCoDgreuofficersand sol- the starboard hand, Buoys with and ex ot Tax Assessor. per containingit addressed to "Nesbitt'l Regia- ..- *.k.C Mr4 4. -
4 f the atttrn B. 'dlersif who hare p o' 'I and Collector Columbia ter,".New York will be Celoa SaaaerB 4. y .
$ Ci o Fr and in the Fedral not "er are .entit on the port hand,and Buoys.with \ ,tIC paid in"materials of 4 .
AlligstorNey. 15th mv *.A. .1..11 *MW.a 4 r '
>
'f: p. ';> CettHw. I.dch! Florid to BOUNTY LAND, fo amc one red and black stripes on eihe.unc Buoys in 1850-2U4M, manufaetureprovidedthey purchase six times the .Saavul Teal Wlp.le :. .X.ff. ,
: '>- *- -- 't' .the and those amount of their bills for .. .. .
I : more: wldw. chU channel 'to be whit.andbinekperpendlmiaritrIs. .advertising. A .1. > rHlto ,
. ,- *;, rUW oJK decease1. are 1o. will ways ."at 1ft' .Wa. J .-Pvtonll' 3. .-.. bT -t
" a ntit .. Clrcmlt'Court i ? X4aiBa4i> ,Jr.Nov sat2s ..
4. .
:
0 for,general Bubea' ta the, ,Sut, respecting undertake a compensation, the D. HART, .. :EA No.128Fulton tl New YorkjindJan. A. W. Dernr..WttmiB_'. '114 .
donalioiuf knds, and the location claims of tolt'Having been employ- IAH; ,, OF"TL'URmAt No.. 17 Canal It.low, New Orleans J. W.Barry fc C*. 4*. 47
gt&ntii4 : DOY.U : '
ed-ia mart/his experiencein CUet; DVnL' Ccn7mi. .,9. W"\1a 1I'.l.I" JI'. .
8m .
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. .. '. ,_:..., 1 a aer .. ._ such matter w ebl, him ,toaffordirreatfacilities ;:Para Moody.>'CharleByrn>, ...w. ".atrt.1I., ..iss,5ea.. ..- "... ..Toc..u.a. ... .
. : Acm LAND-AND PEN TRIMMTh'GSiTRIMJfINGsTJSCWDgencri1\ .. ',>"" > ''ft'
& Notice. K fal..LX .
: save them'great deal of trouble Samnel .... .nfrfti.e.u'T. **
Tnrnerr -
for'Ah* Claimi: tpea, .the United 80NS. a4 PERSONS .:
J .trot. Uwr awieec. pensions ad fp- Where E he obt.atbllt no. .faahlonabls Trimmings usortmenttup : m.um .-Ilt'i ii A'LIi_ cel1a1n are forewarned not to trade .Orders received from toVinterior for tU 50"named
; s for MOitarj AU letters T' ,oollnl Fringe, DOte.rlven> by me to Henry
J. i upplie* furnished to i prompt.attDti m. and"the'necessary' and mpv Ribbon.Loop Cord, .-' nim'aborenained'lcfendant sand;'ul1,oth@r Sspp for tae amount of Forty Dollars, dated (as d'Saparifls'-.I
T.4 JOn. -*. ,*'f' The Ladies will find this assortment' the :JL -persont'Interested'are near&I I remember) Feb.Gth 1&51; laid Dote) constantly barfl'/or relaiTby ial'F'

: : or rpreprtyl" ", t wb t. 1Yalked St inl In'. W.BENl'iET/AU'1; beet ia the city. Call and examine.WM .. \b J appear and pJ &&:*the declaration herebr_lid tathS InC given for'a horse which "I found to he unsound who,warrant it to Wirenamfc.Vi., ;

: iIug : '1' C.- P. ;Brick.Store, Bay a eauf : .' ,R.DORMANAtfyfbrPltff and.uele. and returned. I will not pay the. FERNANDEZBISBEE&CO..
\ 1850. 28. ; Jaekaonrille said note until I am compelled by law. '
& bflinZst t. OT. l$1O dsoJ2-3m- .v.
: colt .O 8t : .
F Feb. 27. 1'iOY.I4ly;
i .4' .' _i lt.. WILLIAM H. FUTCII. I J. rtYillei '


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