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 Material Information
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: April 24, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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PUBLIC ACTS from :Middletown Dauphin( county, 'to commencing at Claik ille;- Ohio and 'running -Centre Point d ParadiftaJn Lewis COUll- and Fremont,'to the Missouri tive%, : I Yo,.6.J :.'""; ." VS

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V .!'X'Jalrtrant .. .From Alan heim,.Via StoeSer'a Store, to ._ V From Clarksville Arkansas,oria. Talton f and Nine Eagles,to Princeton, Iliaao rl' : ,&f ( :

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in the From Toledo in Lucas via Oregon seven, ,
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merset via Somerset Furnace .
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thereof. I too and Wassonville,: to 'the : What a romantic and whit V
St&&eI aDd Terriw V V ,toWoodvllle,5in Sandnsky Bounty. From Charleston inFra 'JWIIe u1a._ _
UDited Johnstown ; via '
V Beitenactedbylhe Senate and House ?of From Jones's Caznbriacuunty.V Mills, Westmoreland county -I >'From Cleveland, via East Euclid MayfieldChesterCrossRoads Epplersjin V t&e narrows of''Big county Creek; in county Froiq mat DodgeviDe of Poneschick to Pleasant_county, Grove> Jes_ posingaddress, (. One'",L1fyeur' _.- .,
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P.qr"uaitJn of the Utttd Stales ofAmerembled.Tbzi .- to Salt Lick,Fajette'county. V I. East Mnnson. Clari- Crawford county.,to Waldron in Scott'coun- Moines county; .- V bas received terribU celebrity Ji r< V V, '
the following From Canton Bradford don. Claridon"Huntsburgh, .Windsor, ty. .,*' V "MO lTD.M'
ic4 ia C01IgTUI county, via Union ? -? V V FmmsHardinvia Ahamekw, Dry Ford ,bnthreq irrda Jtage .Uiti
roads be, and the same are hereby, de- to Blockhouse, in Tioga county., Orwell, Colebrook, Lindenvilie' VVilliams- From Ltrtle'Bock,via the mouth of Cache and Fuller's ..to Dekorab in Winnesckick, to eoaplete the .name,of &).
fkld in Ohio _
wit Erie ; South Shenango, Hart's river, Oakland .
laired post roads, to : From Pennsylvania; via McKean's ; St.Francis, and ,Marion, to county ,
Corners Wille's Corners Cross Roads, :to Meadville in Pennsylva MempbisrTennessee.- V V V V beautiful sinner-but none the lea a.simifT.
MAINE. ,_ Venango,and Sac- From Keosanqua,via Union Corner,south ,
via to Aroostook gerstown, to Meadville, Pennsylvania.? nia. V .From CamdenVTia, Woodlawn, Leake's side of,Fox river, to Bloomfield. So much for your naroe.-now for jwa.* i
Smyrna
From Honlton, .From Columbus Warren Pennsylvania From Hamilton, Butler county -ViaVV: Millville Store and Fitz's. Store :. to Louisville From V _
Bead in Aroostook county. county:. to Beily. -- kansas. : *,"" Ar' La Harp to Blandonsvflle,lUinqis.CALITOEKIA. ory"r VS_ '._ .>.

From, Portsmouth in New Hampshire .-to via Crawford Cock, Erie county, .to Spartansburg V From Defiance, ria,Ayersville, New Bavaria Flom"jirie'BJdt'Yia'Whi" Oak Blufc VV i V' V ,Ie recollect.the.name ol Annie Mcnt,
; county, Pennsylvania. e on
Kitterr, Penile From Fairyiew, Erie county.via Sterret's V ,Medary,and Gilboa toFindley. Saline river to' Cbambersville in Chatham From Eureka via Trinidad City and Kla- gomery;' imiVi do not leeoneet j k J Jan

. From via Charlotte) to Ca- Mills and Franklin to Edio ro'- in lame From Will" iamsburg, V Clermont. county'toNew countyArkans.V .. _- math City to KUmatb Diggins. V -V er kiev yoaleut 1 never knew jv* as _
JaiL V Hope, Brown eoontyPainesvillij.ake. .From Stewarts Store via Gates From San,Franasco, via BeD1Cl&aD4: thWarer forth
time
county. : ,to Cog ,of lAflt. 1-. V V
East Thomaston to the Island of ,From Little 1uncion,to Stockton. .... .
From county, via burn,in d-CouDty... -.. -__ T
Jlatinicus. I ,YJRCIKIA.,. j V Mountain,:Mhcbell's Alills Chardon, Clari From Amity, in Qarlr.cbnrity'to s : Cadde-; From flacrimento City to'the Gold Dig- arbi m < i M nrr, an i'{ "fJY- 'htbni.rt V
.From'White : gins oh"tbe Bear Yuba and Feather rive CD.j 1. ItC ( V -. _
MASSACnCSETTS. I Snlpher Springs Greenbier don; Burtoty to Parkman Village.. CoveiMontgorneryconnty. V *beyo .

V Hin bam Plymouth county via the I county,'to Mountain Grove, Bath county. From Richmond, via William Smith's's .From Clinton,.Van Bur n county;via the S' From' &cramento City, via Boston; Nich which your letter remind me,have*imeha_

From of Cohasset to Hull.VERMONT. From Clendenin, Kenavrha county, via Mills J..W.Graf Store, to Moore's Salt Meadows, Locust? Grove, in Searcy'coun. las, Eliza,and Yuba City to Manrsville. quelled tie.ardor,of my.pusioa for.Mqmeet
north part Valley of Sandy Otter creek to Braxton Works Jefferson .From Sacramento City to the Gold .Di ; _
,
county. ty;and Big Flats, to Bufialo city in Marion incidents." I have:become afraid of
V gins on the American river and its fork. lbarp-
Court.ho ,
se. S From Shelby, i in Bichland county, via De county.From. _
From Dan' y, Butland county, via Mount From Braxton 'Court-house, Braxton Kalb; Sulphur Springs, to Broken Sword, Batesville, Independence county, 'to From Sacramento City to the Gold- Diggings fan-loving girls whose quick"I instincts: x

Tabor, to Weston, Windsor county. county, via Holly, Fork Lick, Siroud's Crawford county. V Fayetteville, Washington county.- on Upper Sacramento Biver. V more to be feared.in'an eneoanter than 6%
East Thomaston to the Island of Glades and Beaver Creek to Nichols Court- via Kidd's Slas- From San Francisco, via Benicia,.to Sacramento
From From Bonn, Saltpetre, to From St.Louis, 'Missouri, to Batesville, conjurer who plays off only the ,tricks;;to.
Maninicus. bouse. teflon, Monroe.county.. State of Arkansas City. '
which been
he has "
ed
From Dennysville via CbarloU, Baiaing1V Front Charlestown Jefferson county, to From Washington to Good_Hope, .Fayette From Clarksville .Johtson county, via From San Francisco via Santa Clara, to V;; _

to Calais. Berryville, Clarke county. county. settlements on Big Mulberry and Big'Buffa San Jose* S However, I can think ofjerms which,. itcomplied 'J

From Jonesville, via Huntington, Starks- From Wincbester, via White. Pest, to From Mount Vernon, via Millersbnrg, to lo, and Oe&1e creeks; to Osage Post Office, From San Francisco, via Saasilito San with, would make accy it ptmd .

boro'Bristol, to New Haven,Addison coun. i Front Royal. Massillon. V Carroll county, Arkansas.* BaphaelfPetaluma, Sonoma, and Napa,S to with you ddi klfvJ. What is your NIl
: Benicia.
ty. From Horn Town, to 'Chincoteague Island From Fremont,Sandusky county, on the -
MICHIGAN. From Jose via Beanood Santa name 7 I wilt use,-your tunmud name,bat
san to
J'EW: HAMPSHIRE. Accomac COUlty. plank road, via Riley, Lawrence, Castaliaand ,
via From Callaghan'3T Alleghany county.to Venice, to Sandusky city, Erie c unty. From Romeo, Maeombcounty: via Dra- Cruz. V I beg to,know_your real one. _

From Wakefield Gliddon', Carroll Corner county, to Effingham. Sweet Springs, Monroe county. From Senecaville Guernsey county, to persville, Albertsonville, Lynn, Merrillville.to From San Jose,'via Mission 'of'San' Jose The handwriting is wonderfully _that
East Wakefield, Port Huron St Clair : Amadors and Martinez Benicia.
Fiom New Market Shenandoah county. of
county, Kennonsburgb. an apeetal friend of mineD
va: Page and Rappahannock county Couri- From Spnng Valley, Greene county via From Grand Rapids in Kent county, via From Stockton- via San Joaquin. City, JOI.
member
J'EW TORE. house, Warrentoi, Fauauier county. New Burlington, to Lumberton, Clinton Grandrille Georgetown Al'endale, and Ot. Grayson,Toolumne City, and Empire City, Mary Allison t-Yours &e. .

From the city of Albany, in Albany county From Winchester, in IreJerick! county, county. towa, to Grand Haven in Ottawa county. to Sacramento City. 1 1 am so nnaccustomed to write more.thaa.one

to the lower aqueduct on the Mohawk via Capon's Springs Hampshire county, toMoore1ild From Baiiibridge, via Greenfield, New WISCONSIN.: Juan From San Jose,. via GOdroy's and San page, that yon perceive 1 was going to ."-

fIver. Hardy county. Martinsburg, Buena Vista and Plymouth, to From Green Bay,via Kew&nee to Twin to Monterey.From dose this with the first; and I raight perhapsuweUforIintendtoaaythza
via Bethlehem New Scot- Monterey, via San Juan and PackscotoMariposaL -
Albany, I
From Jamestown.
KOHTH CAROLINA.From Bivers. ,,, .
land Coeymans, Westerloo, to Granv lIe, in From Kal ida to Medarv Putnam From Buyer Dam Dekora. V
county. to
Jefferson to Richard than that it is
Gentry's on From Monterey, via Soledad, San MiguelSan extremely embarrassing to
Greene county. New river. From Vanghnsville, Putnam county, to .From Patch Grove via Milton and Fill- '
via Frankfort Hill, Jenco, Lonb Obispo,Danas, Santa Ynes San write to one who knows wbooaiov
FromUtita, V Section: Allen Cassville. _
From TenJ. county. more, .___ 1 b
Winfiell Mount Aim via Judesville to Gap ta Barbara and San Buena Ventura to Los
North Winfield, West ,
Lake do know.
Cedar Civil ILLINOIS. From Berlin, via Willow Creek, Poysipi. Angelos. I not It may be equally >"Vrn -

Wooers Corners Corners West Fpooner's Exeter,Corners to BurlingtonFlats. Hutit.Ieys From Slatersville Mount Ulla.S From Rock Island, via Moline, in Bock Pine From River Ozanker,and Lind via, to Sanksville Wanpoka..Newberg, From_Los Angelos via V Santa 'Anna, San j sing to you to reveal yor.n&d V '

4 From Jonesvilleto Jude ville. Island conntyjCIeveland Ferry, Green River Newark, Patrick,Connelly's house Theresa Juan Capistrana and -Santa. Margarita, to I correspond; and .yo may thin that t'
From Sugar Grove, Cove Creek, and Post Office Genesee Canada Settlement San Diego.
: FroinNeWPOrt, Herkimer county, via up and Horrikon to Beaver Dam. I sun would with the -
,
Norway. to Graysville. dcwn Roam Creek,to Taylorsville, i in' Ten- Bull Frog Grove, Indiantown, to Peru in Mayville From Oshkosb to Waup ka. From Los Angelos, via.San Gabriel, Bo would "simple de: case of e U. '

From Warrenburg, in Warren 'COunty, to nessee. V La Salle county. From Freedom to Reedsbnrk. lando, Chimo Temecuia, and Aqua Caliente, b
V Alhol, and horn Johnsburgh to Wellstown, From Taylorsville. in Tennessee, via Car- From Robinson. in Crawford .county, to From Menaska via Hortonia,'to Okonto. to Gila Town. I will endeavor to make i ioterotimg,

in Hamilton county. ter's Forge, Bak r'a Gap to Sugar Grove, in Marshall, in.clark countr. From Beaver Dam, via Elba and Port From Los Angelos to San Pedro. :and win promise 'not.t,fall in love wilb. V

From Clayville Oneida county to West NorthCarolina.V From'Farmington, in Fulton connty, via land, to Astalan. From Stockton, via Emory's Ferry.: you, and.wiH return your leUenwbea. re. .' .'
Winfield,in Herkimer county. From Asheville.Buncombe county, up U Uniontown Brush Creek,.Hartford, Berwick From Oshkosb via Little'rinr to Plover Mountain ,Inn, Jamestown,. Sonora, Haw- #"
I quested.Please
From Eaton to Georgetown, Madison Riem's Creek, and down Joy, to Denflcrat Ellison, Olena to Warren. kins' Bar and Aqua Frio,to Mariposas.From V V ;"

connty. From Mosely Hall, via Jericho, to Stra. From Bnshville in Schuyler county, via Portage.V From Beaver Dam via Springfield, to Stockton, via Banchee, Louise, write O the receipt of this. I. '.-

From Canlsteo, Steuben county, via Ben- bane.From Wilson's Ferry to Lagrange, Brown conn Wyocena.From Double Springs,Mockulumne' Hill,Murphy's at Nap when your lettercame, and bar

neWs Creek, Greenwood Rougl1 and Rea'y, Slateil,., via Taylorsville and ty. V Menaska to Bridgeport.From Diggings, Carson, Creek, and Mormon almost'everyday since r .

to Whitesville.! Lenoir,to Jonesboro', in Tennessee... From Vermont,via Marietta,Lee, Centre, Ezhoocah (Prescott,) via Willow Gulch, to Sonora. will account foi'mydelay.Iamveiyreapectfnjly. V .t" .
From Niinda, Livingston county, via From Union Institute, in Randolph county Virgil, to Woodstock, in Futon: county. i i river to St Croix Falls. V From at cktonvia Lanar, to Sacramento.
by Fair Grove and Davidson Hotfonville in Crawford to i From' Sacramento, via Patterson's Mississippi :: .
River road to Cancada, Allegftany county. ? Midway From county From Prescott,at the Mouth of Lake St. I t.CASTLETOX

.From Rockland Sullivan county, to Bea- county.. V intersect the Palestine and Greenup route at Croix, via Willow Biverand Osceola, to the Bal Mormon'I.land Greenwood L Brrzza : :

verkill Delaware co.ntv. SOUTH CAROLINA. V V or near Elkton. V Falls of St. Croix. Valley, .Columns Weberville Salmon. V

From Almond, via.McHenry's Valley and From Newbury Coart-house, via Beyno- From Middleport, in Iroquois county' via Georgetown,and Placerville, to BinggokL7 V .J S'J-
.
Butler and Heater Urba- ORECOX.'From V From Sacramento city, via Dr.Traxtoa's C.L.RzvxzsE..zV '
Colliu's Settlement Phillipsville, Allegba- so, Huntington, Cross Anchor, Woodruffs Wool Quitman, to V _
ny county, New York. and Chick's Springsto Merritsville. Champagne county. Salem to Nesmith's Mills.V Nantucket and Mora Springs, to Logtown.' : Why, _Signor!V you .bad"- .

From Great Bend, via Evansville V to From Rocky Jkloont Fairfield district, to From New Harmony Indiana, to Chester, From Jacob.Spore's Eliza 's, -in i From sacrammntoVcity, via,Day tor's, Dry meat last,i.4 'w 1f V
"* V V Bent ,_ ,_ kVnd Jackson toVolcano.,1 aJ -
French Creek Jefferson Lancaster Court-house. Illinois. V o coooty. ..
From Sinclairsville county. From Edwardsville to Decatnr;. 'From";;Harrison Wright's; Molatta, to '.From Sacramento city.via Vernon, Nick pentiiiJ ij01 .
Chautanque V
toCharlotteCentre. county GEORGIA. Syracuse. V olan's, Yuba city and Eliza! to Manrville._ more t'jour ; and that Il.i-

-. From Sharpens Store, Lovrndes county V MISSOURI., _.. ___ From Oregon City to Phillip Foster's From Sacramento city,V'YIa.'Fremont; merely remind me a
From tast Lawrence via Glowmore to 'ria Shank's Ferry Randal Fuleom's, Robert From Tullv, via Monticello, Edina Kirk- Clackamas county. Cache creeJt,.Culusi's. Monroe's Ide'. and -It t .h i-

West Branch, Oneula county. I 1. Parish's, Lott 'VVhiddon's, to Vienna. ville, Fry's Mills Frilan to Trenton, in I From the Cowlitz Settlement Lewis Cottonwood creek, to Bedding's Springs.- was. i really amusing- give JOB e
From Frieudsville, Pennsylvania,to Bing. dit oo limited portion of
Docly county.From Grundy county. I county, to Oiympba. From Sacramento city, Ophir, Auburn t m6ut
New York.
bampton, Monticello, via Garde's Little's andaines's. From Lebanon to Union. V ALABAMA. Illinois Town, and Rough and Beady, to see that I have D yet meted oat toyoa first-
From Union Broom New York .
county. From Clinton, Henry county via GeorgeW. V '
( '
Nevada Where is
,
city. ,guZZanfr&-tha1
due
Friendjrille From Hollywood on the eastern shore of your
to Pennsylvania.
William James
Crawford's
Brumit'ft
,
From' Toomsboro Wilkinson From via Foster's to -
Bar
Marysville, "
JEW JEiSET. ria Milton, Stepbensviileand Cool county Boon's to West Point. Mobile Bayvia the Navy Yard, to Pensa Downieville. negative'virtue1_ ; nponwhich: our -
p
Springs. From Oceola, in St. Clair connty;via Sac cola, in Florida. mothers tell os men used ia their
From the city of New Brunswick, Middlesex From Laurena Pulaski county, to Haw- via From-11arySYi11e.'via Teazle City, Hamilton -
Tuscumbia Franklin
county, via Black Horse South I tinsville. V River Mills and Fremont, to Greenfield. From county, ,and Bidnell's Bar, to Toll's Diggins. to. re"V themselves_natureMoo and.3ttti 1 -
and to
New Port Chickasaw Eastport
V ,
Brunswick,to Cranberry.From From Oglethorpe via -Poindexter and From Spanish Prairie to Iberia in'Miller Point Smith. From Bedding's Diggings; via Weaver- art!) Shall/not b your' "Chesterfield,.*.
tbe of Trenton via Allentown FazewelL to Columbus county.From. town Bar the Trinidad South Trinidad "
city. Georgia. Big oa
-,. Bolivar Fort Scott. From Mount Pinsin, Jefferson county, toTusaville (which I am sure yon have mislaid,) and,remind :
to
Imlayslown Donnrrille, and Manchester, toTom's From Ogletborpe to Vienna, Dooly cotraty. Blount Redwood, and Union Town, to (Humbolt's ?
t From Glasgow to Bloomington. county. Eureka. you that the/awrts. and only. .
;
river Oceancounty.FromLawrenceville Bay,) _
Lei bton via Mount to Kin-
From hope
,
.
Mercer connty,' via From Americus, Sampler county, via From Canton, Lewis county, via Edina loch, Lawrence county. SEC 2.,And be it 'further'enacted'"j1atthe 'J sid .. When you recoUeet yourself'and -
Baker's Basin and Evert's Corner to Dutch I Cnthburt toFortGaines I to Kirkville Adair county. Postmaster General be.and be is to : V "
hereby
Early county. From Erie, Camden via Lebanon, From.Troy, Pike county, via Orion, Car.ter' promise not ffend again,! may pardpa V
neck. From Dr.'SwinneY's via SUrkville, toLumpk county authorized to enter into contracts or to make '
Hill, and Pine Level,to Montgomery.From first error. :
Oakland Laclede your __ ,
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From Mfflville, Cumberland county, via n. I to county. suitable arrangements for transporting V V
f. Port Elizabeth, Dennis's creek; Cape May From Carnesville via Isaac David's V and From Canton, via! Memphis, to Lancaster.' Alabama.West Point, Georgia, to Talladega through any foreign'country; the mails .of ,1/j t.U31inerva Monte4 !. ao-

Court-house Rio Grande, and Cold Spring, Nathan Gunnelfs to Jefferson, Jackson From Clinton to Harrisonville. V the United States running from'and to any I sure His a pretty name.. ;I'badbetJO .: .

to Cape (Island. county. From St. Charles to Mexico. LOUISIANA.FronfNew point in the said United States: Prmidtd tainvwhenIsledjtutIwll.change :

From Princeton via Blanenbutgh and ,From Polk, Clinch county, via Carter's From Fayette, via'Boonsborough How. Orleans Vicksburjr, aaily.From That such contracts as shall be made under it for other think ;

Harlinger, to Griggstown in_Somerset conn Bridge, to Alpaka Post office, Lowndef ard connty, to Arrow Bock. New Orleans to Terre an Bouf, pariah the authority,conferred by this section shall any yon- suponot!.

county, Georgia. From La Grange, Lewis.county, to New-V of St. Bernard. not be for a longer period than ,four years- in&aUt5SOU4V0Td&IcNOV1wWi4of V

ty.From Milford to Little York,. Hnnterdon XEKTVCKT. ark"Knox county. From New Orleans to Point a Ja Hache and that ia making them the' Postmaster u Annie Montgoajery'T- theTefore laid i}:

county.PDltTLV From Columbia, Adair county, to Camp- From La GrangeLewis county, to Houston parish of Plaquemine. ? General shall be bound select the :speediest aside;.but'oii' ge enormity t you presaaa!
Marion
A I. saf t1 most economical route:Provided '
bellsville Taylor county. county.M1S8JMIPPI.. V FLORIDA.,- .. to question'mynighttoitand would.,sen),
-- That such contracts snail be
From'FJdertbn, Armstrong county, via _From Barren via Fred From West;Florida, to JWobue Jua-. ,further '
Glasgow, connty, Columbia Marion via Fords- Key .V VS be revoked"and annulled whenever to possess. a wonderful bo.of: &*:
South Bend West Lebanon Clarksburg,, From county subject .
crick Fountain Bun, and Enun to Lafa. bama monthly. '
,
Louisiana. road canal shall be cut or ""Bearer of it11 say Aonrra becansejyra
to BJairville 1ndianacounty.FromTinkei : yette,Tennessee. ville, to Covington From Marianna to Ochesee, tn-weekly. any new .or ; .
Bun Westmoreland county V '. l1.ibeny to Natchez.FronfVicksbnrg try-week- opened affording a speedier more economical donteemtobeare9fthefcth1ttname *.
From Bussellville, Logan county,to Hartford From Marianna to Abcs Spring,
via Gnffey's Salt Works to Elizabethtown ,Oh io county. to Benton. I ly and equally as safe means of'communication as-the letter*, was but eommoa prop,,:
Deer Creek Post Of. between the of and -
to point : departure
county. FroinVicksburg via .Pen-
AHegbany VGreensboro' From New Orleans, Louisiana, of Zioa .Such neverlheies
on* ,
sore r
TCN1EsszL of. mail. to be erty ,
-destination the.
.. the
From West Newton,Westmoreland con Jice. : sacolaApalacbicoIa,St.Marks, and Cedar point
ty. via Gnfley's Salt Works, to Pittsherg, From Dyersburg, via Etam, Merriwether'sBidge From to Louisville. West. transported; and that iit acb.c.a fair indemnity wuthetrn5Youaeha3'

Alleghany county. to Troy. From Malcom, Jefferson county,via Cade- Key, to V Key .. be awarded to the parties concerned: you say your"'never kaew (aer'of Thithibesz,

From Hopewell Post Office Bedford coun 'From Dyersburg. via Green's''Meeting' rUle, to Meedville,'Franklin' county. Smith county, to Can And provided,furtkr, That before making : the DaJD % Yon never did?-.;EorJi!
tvia Broadfop, Beaverton, Glasgow, to house, Yorkville i unt Prospect,to Dre. ARKANSAS. From Gum Spring, such contracts, notice shall be given during promiueHtljr.broaghA: iata*
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Mill creek Huntingdon county. den.From From Pine Blnfis,' Jefferson county, via From White Oak, Hopkins V county, via sixty days,by ,for in mail oai- notice at that time and was appartntljr:
via and along the Johnson and Carter,. '' manner for inviting proposals your
From OrboonitJ. Huntingdon county, Southwest Crossing, Saline river, to Chambeesville to TylerSmitbcoirniy. '
Scotsville, New Grenada, Spursville, to, Ashe And Caldweil turnpike roads, between Calhoun_ county.; Wood1 Uuitman,, -and Belzora. V V r. ,tracts. SApprovedMancb but a .minor -luminary among '&ei'i1_ .
Jonesboro',Tennessee. ,'and, Charlotte, North of 3, 1851- mn tel1ation. Ifif office wai.noi'.tM
Baysbill,'Bedford county. T Tromcount seat Montgomery.county, From San Augustine, via Port Windbam I V :. .r1.
From Wem boro', via Long Street, to I Carolina. to Waldron ilpcott county. V ., ujtg.nlong ". : ', ,
Lancaster Court-house Lancaster: ; From Lafayette, via Bed Sulphur Springs Princeton 'Dallas ,via Moro Woodville.Tyler county s V 'From Ski.I""Ktgnjtt. rf
county From county 'From Anderson Grimes county,m:WhiteSulphur How hseeins since the jaittiea :
( From city of Lancaster, via Neflsville; to Lodi, in Jackson county. V Post Office, Little Bay Miller's Bluffs to F. S. Chamy's Daniel F. ." .THECONSJJMPTiVE.BALLAD_ ..
bayetded fSomebave.
M Litey; Warwick, Lexington,' Willow Bank From Winchester,V to, Winchester, Ten Eldorado, in Union Vcounly.. .. McMaban's Spring Bogers's" Furnace Stewart, Joleph A those 1uecr id- 'ents ;

Mills Brickersville, Elizabeth Furnace, and nessee. V From Grand Lake,county of.Cbicot, via to Spnngfied, 'Limestone 1 :- : found f'oirtbemse .o er !

SheaierstowrVto" borough V .of' Lebanon, in Williamson From Nashville to Arringtoq- Post Office V,i. V De Bastrop Hamburg, Fountain Hill' ,' LongView county..Benson's. I .iJO&Ll1.n1r: dearer.reiationsin. TU spot*ar"f.;

Lebanon county. county.IXDIAMA. to Warren. V V ville via Caledonia, to. Hea 1 have jreturned t e.&a.WJi.
From Mfadville Crawford county; via Grom Hillsboro' in county of Union, '"via V From Shelby of route. J aiD djiag,"lowl/, ).- era '

Chapmanvflle,Titnsvilleand Enterprise-to From Point Commerce, in Greene county, Holly Springs, to Marion, in UnionParish derson From,instead Austin to present SantIiarioS V I am filing fromUw earth !tb m! All, all are t .

Steam Mill Poet Office Warren. county; to Sullivan, in Sullivan connty.. : Louisiana .K 'From Tyler, Smith county,to Athens When the letf apoa the wlQow.. r :mouutam bfll ,atream,1atnHt'. '.rfl-. .

.From i. onist*, Venango. county; via From Montpelier, in Blacklord' county, to From Powhattah. Gabriel; roSi', Ito; :From ,.Clarkstille,.:by county-sites,'.of :,With the TioU bu its."Urth;JT1 no. more-fa. ever.. Oblate .those. ... I" _Tit.

Htwley's Saw Mill, to Tidinte Warren .Bluff lon, in Wells county._ Ga.tta'l'1l1e., V V VS Wood and, Vanzandt .counties,' to Athens '7 wfflbend_abow,.rA1 era vwU e.- V the memories' of- those' happy,1--.tiI_ .

.pnViV-. ., From DeerfieM. Randolph Bounty," VIew From Bound Pond -POst ffieV1edpen; Henderson County.V S S They wm wsent.,Ih balmy sic- V back*.to ine'wlth'sfeasf* '
ive cone P
T From lanheim, via Sporting; Hill, to Lancaster, to fort Recovery-.an-.Mer. dence county via military' road crossing V But I than. _not_know_. .their. frsjrtace.. ,. V V ;
mat Joy,Lancaster county. V cer county. V WblU Siver Bussell's Ferry,Salf.bur.Rock ,IOWA"om V V Prai- Or.Uk.heed.Uxftt z &At y. at*' 00T5.S and inyiieart byeaond bcciyi!!J.,
jFroio Mercer,'in Mercer connty via New From Bluff ton in Wells county.via V Murray through Hamilton,'"Jlogan's .Settlement _' Keokuk.Tia'Camargo.,'String" S S -r \ once more wuh some one of tbea yhojMy

Hamburg,to West Greenville. Uniontown, Cbapp ,to.. Roanoke !in Black river township' through Frost'srSet- rae,"Croton Farmington. 'V .V am pow DC Water filaleT! V V have .prticipabd with myI :J-kIW -

From the mouth of-Spruce creek Hunt.ingdqVCDntYTia Hun "gto county% Ohio., V tlemeni to Smitbville, in l*.r.5 e county.V V From Bloomfield, Davis eountr -7treville -- ;Evq.eUinion1a;* ._' .. for wtucuafuSs.Aoughiof ;

Pbillipsburg George From Richmond, in. Wayne county VS ,,via .Erom Cadto,in,Conway' r.-toC1ij Wayne, Decatur;B.inggo.ld,, .Coiesawhlepera1ws.yuus7r ought tie i years. ith:
who
BeyliiSn I rto. Clearfield borough, ClearfieW Washington Hagerstown, toN wCa tlt', in toni i in Van BlSrfI Bounty: VV V I Page and Fremont counties, to f Fort K.e&rneT. It wfll wfll ris*a*not for IB** jo< .areIOi

county. leiiry county. -., V? From Bruusvilie.Tia. Pigeon(, noost, ,toBlnfls i: c ,Tba Ua.icuua with its toM. 1 ; and\ ;i ; V
From Union,in,Broome; county'.ew. From J ndianapoIis/Yia Clarkstown,Eaglet Dei>Arc:' 'ff VV '. :- }rom ifayvilIeinlowa. i -M1' V your
tCtJ"tiendaTi1le in Susquelqn coontycnnsylv&mL. ., Baxleytownj via,1Uchwood' and ; < .. ; : V '
York, V Noomanda. Alto- Koko- ;Froui4DuTaU'a l&ri"r Tkit and city tlu,I pledge you By:iow '
in Pond Bockr '.' From CentrevHi in,&ppOflCOe-WUflt7, .
; ; V mo, HowarcouDt1" .Beawkin to LUile; ; .-. ..J'chri'p.r4 trtpoMt t
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From-Bloomehlu' Colom.biacount,. via From Delhi to Burlington Carroll V V eounr < 'From"Pine Etua.to Bastrop; Louisiana. to StJohns,3)odje county.v .' 5 was,.and Js. 'y"o eaA.1&t.. jw -

Buckborn,Jerwytown Whitehall and BulTs .; V V V From Pine'Bln;'via Little 'Bock;'-Perryville From KeoknkiTi SammeryilIe,-awl.. "&Ds ; t bi V though>ou lave met toy. 'adrance- .' Ja.- ten* .

Tavern to Mnnceyi Lyeominf county. ,From'"Middleton, 'in',Henry<'.countyviaHnfl's V ,.Danville,the crossing or the; State ton S imroUarr8bUWinCbet;Jlir 'To th*yd*f u.I;' 't so far from fettering. V V

From Binghanpton,New York,to Friends- Cross Boadf'Yorktown, Jacob W. Road:,to Fort :Smith the: present.veekiy! mingham', V LihrtYTnl,-.: abJaD4,2.Agency VVI V, .1h ta-- alaDIebWie7' ."" : I am not D1 aeaoain &-rkIL'1f14"- -'

a yule Pennsylvania. "' V Miner's and Jacob Haifield'e,; Wheeling,'I mail from Little gyjflvjebesunpended. to'-' .Boon- city,Dah1onept; to Oka1oOsa/5' l;. :y.Froua' ; : V .';'.dW, ..'U"1- ''> 3 :V ",.;. peaoa O-.U&OiiPL"K .V, ; 4wi

From Picuca Lancaster eoontyJo' New .n. ,arecouotl"t' : .;. ";: "- fanca\U1el .iartonPioi.e; .; -t' p.- f b'*doanwy lamstenUr; VV thingblIti 0-'"' ,-:" '- .. .'.
Ho1l&ndW' < 'From'. ,PJymonih) ,, Marshall to eIflO4JkanuL : Gron..od.Qu, ,air'e daCki.u.Froa b1S abona'"f DO, 'M'mI vut a.t., .. ; ., .-.-
V countytto; ;From Fflisylbj-Missouw' oiant1CeD"t ; ;$0 tu p ... .,.. .., ,' '. "' .
V From Beimstowa, JB, Lancaster'eona tr. Knox, in' Stark unty.V ? _. .- ? .V : DavenpOrtV ScOtt aDd'PeaD to -vs r..lwl ] ; .. "t1. jv oa.: ,,, ir- _'..l1t Ntl. ::.<

,1&'Fry'.Mill md.Terre, Hill....Post.Office. toChnrcbtown. From Auburn De.JC.a1b county. ,. through .' _.From-Grand Lata:'to WanenFrbmlArkadelphia /, V,. tre G 'obl1-O:'o ""! i' ,r- in'.A'a kMW Ih'.ticlJI t4.. 'ikr' 't> c6Ir; .I ae4I- 7_{ ,:;:;
.' ; centre,.of 5aleuvFairfitld,"ai4.:.Richmdnd :' .to tbe'countf1e4'ofMonmeiJOnt low CiJ' oOtyjowaJt PI G .'C9AtiI4w' ". ." .-, # -.0. l,
/ to:Flint .Office .sn&: ',tW uqin;J iJ rt) ;4isoa,:IowTiaPP"iPC J01I.'Uo .'- .: thi j."r'r.lie.. w;
From TUnsTiHe Crawford 'tounty, via Townships,' Posf Steu- ;; : .1 A ..' "Yi ,. 0" ', .." "._" "" ;_ '" f$ ,.
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Cha P manrill and.. Eagar.:Lake; 'to Mead ben Bounty.,. ,, V -*", / -s '--i aiifc Scott county.4V ,, .' -. H f .- to !tJ, p.- A -",.,;&t'debatinll b 1Vb* -r"tJ,, _""5- ..,--JIa f' V.

l'ill.! V V V :From LEjgr i>.WbVnntyviNewJjyount V {''DILiwe .''* deli uk' >toiit pal p. r V fW'tiP"': VVVV ttt'-p::0'-1,. ti) fupugVl { Q .J (al"aII' t ";iI aJ, ,_ ...>:'. tr. ... {. "
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.From WarrejiiWAiiiii-county,to Ut-. Holland, Moont)E5uiaVarreni :to Jl I t Wubrngton1nste4>fVianaa%eN. refri :fFf YP .' .' ''' >J'- '. No.-. .kim.t nai, r Vj
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4 gaeW' inynamertual: I will acknowledge it.: FLORIDA, .RBUcAN'J .GwylnVcdpied- z : 'from: Sir Peter'- :lely'siGrafwm :: 'ifdc kbur8e'the :apprbrfatr6nk'tj P J '.iTHE''" "- -.-.._.":, '' .-__ tt1'at.:: ? -

Meantime it is to amuse of ,. -' -. ." vvr : which/tBe.:late I IFJondsLtblunteer .tghii-paper s j sue u .it. new own-. The Albany Atlas translates the following
: an enigma some ****** :v+*+**".7 +- l lbe .aII1U. cpyfifw' cpn tah1eaLnthe same biltm: J .,; .o. .,_ ; '

your leisure' hours 'You'' say "the handwriting l.c._:__'_9:__yI_:_ strtii_ ,, '.. .nt ,!ll1.1ino., I In. .expensesfi rerdireSea ftoi .e f: ,'ist-4abi ,BTKKIC from rneys a French of that paper region.V.,for,, the.benefit think that of'tb the*'

i is, xronderfully! ,like that of an.. C 1 : j, ,, .' i'aburseL VVe' hope the inq- 1I tg:announced..as' pahLa'ti t- sad Fwxapp be confined
espfrtiaTffiend ,TJIURSD1YII424 t !, jS ;. rt' t.c Jt .., i i= t. .; r I .djrectf beii lication should not to lawyers

: ? .ot yours.". .Do I remember Mary for Hay has atso.b"_, enfeet.ed... 'ties, of;;1be'Governor' ."Y wl'. 'olitbether,' "-" sTcitor.-, rh ,y y!>,is respec- in any particular section; by might all''/
.J MILUNO.As t table f in editorial tone,and traproved in typographical take warning from the manner,ie which tleir
Allison,1 Ayi-thal Ido-perhaps however l having for'illustrations. the appropriate, ideal,. the.loflarsasweil as the Indians ,are overlooked '
"takeri
ifnot one of' the'mbst c conclusive "evidencesfthe in' 'appeai nce. A promise i is made Parisian confrere.TU In and ,clooe.
isfaiflb: w 8 "Flora' and 'Spring Flowers.! .ft' The burnout the present instance.. '
for.UtiMedlefto
thrift.oErbuwness'affairs. : in this .vicin- C 1i.'I',. '' 7- tJ'j. ",.>'.. ',- of further.improvement and enlargement eaYaDyt.'ug! to rOQ
east OTn'a fairy castle of delight, rearec b op1t.inS'thi l viri t I i: d:.w t& EnctmVE ladies about emulating tbe mnartness 1bejp

by ttii rlgiihbohghVkinitnaginmg: .! Ah, i it ly, '.vemention, the increase'of lUipg.ol- 'Imvfag read.we venture to.'say,the usual -:-* ,miahatsa: ; ., prit,DtMKTXETT 111',, ).1., >S .By''the appropriation bill of the 3d ultimo. yountf{fciur\though'WI.bo'pe-'tbat nonebf
this "' limbs of the law.
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of hn'5
the St. J
portion American
yesl How shall .I.isoften the intelligence.! merj--..goodjnatter. atknowledee ai restriction is imposed relative to the 'location our are so en-
: : t: Major 1K.- B.: Gi.bbf' has 'had for sonfe : SIR : I have the honor to j gallant to wait for such a f trick to be pity-:

: : I notjce4; raowithaavtwo:years 'ago!,:in a in ;; Graham: "" *or> Gpdy"can; be had .by. pdd.r1s. .the receipt of your,)letter of the fist March, of warrants which, from ,its being' in ed on them : -- .it* t. /

) Southern paper, ttial Miss Allison]has Jong months operation, his large -miU-at to e eitiei; 'or their" n mellakes Philadelphia ; in reply Vmine: the nth Febraary'which so inappropriate 'a place is not generally A-girl, young and pietty; tut above 'allgifted

bt ltTjfe,'and"1h' r "nfr tg tf'l\ the!: mouth,of Jbe river which' .he,.informs as, and iheInterntithfrditSamWpub;' I found on my.return.from a recent!visit to knowhy ana"as'many holders are now making with an air of 'adora5l'caad6ilafelrpresented
Cape Florida and the Keys..or.the Florida herself' beforeaCertain1Psyisla
J driving
: on rapidlyand! : .encouraginglvy. ;
Ah, wonderful,"disappointment 1 f heartrending : lish l rflNew'Y. arrangements', and.Om&ofthz, n
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M ,r8..Cu ton &Titus have also in full .' .. Gull coast., 5 expenla wyer- (we. translate tbe.i: incident from the
., ,announcement\ Perhaps, though, I I their ,," 1 '' 'VNION.J1KETJNU.: '-- ) i I have the f JlestconfidenceJn''yo.1r! assurance sive.ones, to ,have, .therwrfls! I located[ .French journals for the benefit.of bur home

anticipate( and it is to you no netcsj; per operation : circular-saw' _jnilljV: at the Tb4ro'eedinga of,.a meeting Rl/a/ ,.that aUthe'm.e.. ns' at the disposal upon I 'the'valuable mineral and other lands "made.attorneys,) and thus addressed him ., '.
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l S haps tlaf/! is what yjm.'indifferenlly'alludei! month of'Potlsburg, r e1.ple:of milesbelowJackEpnyille. called to renew a'pledge of j de'votioft.O toour of the Department of the General Goven- about being brought; into market.tile ensuing ,' "MonsieurI come 10 consult you upon a'

."The circular saw far ment over xvhichTyon-preside, will he .em- affair. I want'to oblige a man, I love
.; I to, when you spoke of U{ "Varied experience ,,. ,'_ ;sur., bl! flsi g-rmogbt1 ''Unibny; 'are' published,In'conformity plo"ed to effect ppeedy. removal'+*f.the Indians'yet summer and fall, 'it, is 'suggested thal it. be to(crave marry'me in spite of himself HOT shall
passes other method in the li :
U arid grave5hteresJs"that avefaiien l to");our any : qu y"of .with i request J as.well.as pur own" remaining 10. FJorida.' Whilst Imu'tt made.:rnore:public:"we'therefore! publish(the ::1 proceed 1* '

; lot sinceiA. t:and. '.bas'made you. *afraid'oT, speed, but )its use this'region/ is-not:sa cordial l r inclination. That such denwnrtra- regret to understand from;, your letter,, provision as follows.; ; The gentleman the.bar.. had of couise a
fully (e'sted and: ; pl) Oved's' the',familiar that be means at its disposal are so "entire- sufficiently!: plastic"'eonClence.' He reflected
zhnrp'fanIoiing; 'girls:" Far, Very fabe ticns have'natbeeH; endeat: other points Is That no:Jand bounty forJ-niilitaryser- :
gang-sawin! operatr6r !in tlie other..mills ; Iy i adequate to:.the. purpose j1':yet! it is not vices granted by.the act of 28ib September, a mom, nt ;tben, 'being sure .that no thirdperson
; it from ineto jest with Theiipai .iin' -e < lio indication that there is: passiveness Chief
v ? : ., .) t.E Btill we hear confident ." j" ; any" .r" thel esslny.duty.as the Executive .1850entitted'An act granting b.o ntyla1d 'overheard him, replied unbesitatin-
. I "ho; 'would .ever'': have ;imagined the. cuadeptMCaslle. / predictions expressed or coolness_ .,.:any where i in Floridabh this 1mw .-, Mag strate of this tate, still to urge the ne- toSS certain'officers, and oJdiers.who have enpaged c ly : 'i'-' '
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by practical men of the sllpeiioradva'ntag f the ob-,
. :' ;: River could have beei L I If sand portant subject. The State made one resolve Ce y of,their speedy removal and in. the military service of the United :; ..,l4Mademoi., according to our law you

;, snared1 by,her after taking 'the"who! success of the' ctrculat method.' which will stand for all'time. .in her'last fall 1'gai' ons on the General Government to.en- StatesAof Ky virtue"of any other act'of Congress '.L I already,possess the means of forcing a man to

: in j iCear. the. site, Curetbn. .. .,8i'Ti'tu's's. mill, force it, and to call upon Cqngress'to5iPPY : ;:.heretofore passed, granting land.bban- I marry yoa': Von ,roust remain'on three'.oc-
.1 squad1! succession Console yourself; election in choosing her Representative.,IC the I concur eTtJrely"1Dtbe / .
'ti I we are informed from reliable .authority, a necessary means ties formilitary- services, shall 'be satisfied'}ca&- : of the UnIted
though'others 'have inhered 'the Vam Congress upon the pledgeof f.attachment.to"Union ? views of the, Executive : :' before a jud e that he is yodr.lover.
heretofore .
out land not
firm ofanypbli
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.1 Philadelphia (Taylor Richardson, &
:: fat "Ei hf this".you are'disappouit. Co. is : tn'/A the.comppmtse, measures, and a;' States,.in the propriety :of employing peaceablemeasuresto.leffect -: .brought into market, and'now subject to'en-1, "And that will suffice, Monsieur 1"
their removal
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immediately. constructanother
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ed in your correspondent. "Minerva i Monies;' : Legislature in which the. (ivibration'-of.:public ; .But try at private sale under existing Jaws,"' I "Yes Mademoiselle J with one further l1.dition. -
of
there is success. ,
i large mill, to "named Clifton-.mill.' It i is I a.prospect. : ."
.. is not the alias of .Mary Allison-Jbut bas sentiment waV"too'1 Imperative' to perinit t the belief that further .
'iC.j to contain 2 gangs and 2 circulars/and the does the past justify : The.final result of the election:Connecticut "\Vellt_rf .
irrteresrceased on'that 1 abuseor.falsjfy by forbearancewill. lead 1o more favorable I '
countenancing
any
your discovery party ; ''That
building To be"100 by 36 feet dim .nsions. the ,of their celili; shows Whig majority !in the tegisla- ) \\"i1Jpr uce."itne- s who
result ? Is
Bah What has our correspondence to do the mad'projects of 'discorJ. d' gitation. -1 prospect pea will, make bath.to their having seen remain
if '
T..p.. Holmes & I it tore sufficient to elect! Governor nndU. you
Co. also was a Whig
reconstruct a
: are emigration as good now as year ,
; :: I .. with' serious entanglements Surely : That resulttold: wh .FJorida. was and] a good quarter of an hour with the in*
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ing their mil},, which was destroyed by tire : ago. I respectoily! .think not. -They are S. Senator. The result' for Congress dividual said to'have trifled'with affec-
\ I your 'concluslon'-will riot be'that lam, in 1849'on the : what she xvill continue to beRo'lMg as'laxv- I not a people with; whom .terrjpbrizing can the Iand tions.i your
> beautiful site at""the moutlof I shows delegation to abefore- 3 .
\l.t:I.l.t: i "iZove"with youf Allow me td assure a abiding citizens of'tbe North are 'co.opera.ting have any beneficial effect. Toe Government well
pour-mile, creek,,immediately west of, tbe't that Locos, 1 Whigalthoughtbcre'hasbc n- a': Very Monsieur. willretaln you
: \ : must make them know areto
they
;I' you of -your 'misnni1ertandThg. 1 do''not with the South: to restore her property i as counsel in the management of this atrair
1 wn. We cannot but.wish a large shareof remove in a reasonable time. It'was \"ith'this'view ) Whig gain In one.district and a.Whig I Iin loss -
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;1:: think.you"need''apprehend any danger of and her rights. Unless the' volution of F Good day,_ _,
prospei'ity to this undertaking, as a relief which I.believed to be in accordance another. It is said' three"of the present A few afterwards the
days
girl
It sucb'an ttnhp rrl nf. catamit.. which we '" backward young re
I right are witnessing: g es with the humane intentions of the General
- -" from the of disaster sustain the
: effects .the the principal delegation will compromise measures turned'She i is mysteriously received by the
'''Bnt 1'cZo appreciate'yqur thoughtful kind.neyin ," the,decree of this State will, be irrevocable Government towards this remnant ofa
t projector of the new mill. of the xvhereas.before the whole was against |lawyer, who, scarcely giving her time to seat
giving'ne notice (indirectly) that I Col. John H. McIntosh i is about erecting as the Meilo. er jal1 laws. Still tribe, that I suggested a survey them. 1 herself, qus-tlons, her with the most lively

L need notlflatte'r'mj'with the idea of 'entrapping l local re-unions foi the sake of the Union are country which they inhabited, as a preparatory a new saw-mill in the of his to its settlement, instead of making
neighborhood step
i "\V fI
:; : your invulnerable he rt-fortIess. plantation! opposite Mandarin. not supererrogatolY ; they how the slumbering I. xvar upon them, as the better course. I .was At a recent election in Massachusetts for 1", Mademoiselle. how do, matters'prosper

: Ha! ha! ha! Will you lame a wager that 'Mr; Thomas Hendricks is also in process spark. Uiion meetings neither pall] aware that the War Department had "neitherthe four Congressmen in Districts where'tb or* ''n all goes swimmingly.. I have

you will not? If.so, name one. I have unbounded the taste or distress tie eyes or offend the authority to survey public lands, or to had been no election on'previous trials oxving passed 'a. half-hour with 'my intended. I
of
not far from the
constructing a mill '
-t: a confidence in my'I'O\verEl, and you mouth of..Black Creek., ears of. any but disunionists ; and as they raise protecting a..yolunteer those regiment engaged, for in the such purposeof operations i to the majority law if that "State, another have been seen- to go up stairs and. comedown

are an 'excellent subject'?. e. if you are had to take the big bolus, they can swallowthe but believed-if, the suggestion had failure occurred in too of the Districts'. again: t have four witnesses who
These millstogether withthose already ; will affirm this under oath.".
i. : not married not engaged, and not in' lone ilflow. n successful operation at this place, will i';' little pills. the sanction of wisdom-that the Executive But as the. election xvas held under the Capitaljt capital! Persevere in your de-

Of any thing you please, and we will combined be enabled to turu out 150,000 "The Past thePreaent, and the Future." of the the United of States that, who is charged'stipulationsare with amended election Jaw, which provides that s"gn,.Madcmuielle! ;'but mind, the next time
I abide duty seeing treaty after.a first failure a plutality shall elect consult 'must tell the
own decision. Now I think of it on you "me'you me name
your
feet of lumber a day, at a rough estimate- This is the title of a collection of papers, faithfully executed,. would call oh Congress
fnture trials the will of the we are going to,re er,3PP1.in'
it be likeness delegation be complet.ed.at young lan
-let. tuy own against yours. which will be admitted a handsome yield'of that appeared in a series in the National to clothe the proper Department with I h spite of h'msetf.- ."
t 't' You./tell the and and I to the next election. Similar delays I to.
unaccustomed
me YOU are to requisite necessary authority.
one article of export rorn' river which, Intelligencer rending the excitement consequent "i IM shnlthave it without fail."
make the required appropriations. ; those which have heretofore occurred i in that
: writing than Pshaw!
more one pae now. A fortnight afterwarJii,
with its the'young'prsor,
rapidly increasing freights of cotton upon the passage of the'Compromise I beg to assure "that neither the Government '
you State cannot gain exist. ccore naive and candid than
what'of that So much the more sball I ever.knocked
4 and sugar, may still class lumber merely as bill, which a citizen of the South( ,has at or the inhabitants of Florida, will, d scrcelty. at the door of her coune"s loom

appreciate the long interesting epistles I expect an "item"' of its trade. his own expense collated into pamphlcformfor.circulation. by any precipitate proceeings,interfere withor WM. L. CJUPLIS.-This famous abolitionist ; No sooner was she' within than she flung

I to receive in return for this. thwart the eflorts,'! which the Department who forfeited hfs'bail(in"the' :of herself into Jmit that'
The essays are grave and I sum hastily a 8artng she
,
.
HOIIEWOHK.To is employing for a Removal of the
speedy
r Do cast away "embarrassment." I hate hail mounted the stairs too rapidly, and that:
in has
l logical, interspersed -xvith historical $19,000 Maryland lately, gone I to
many Indians, Flc.rida'or do
1 our enumeration, of yet remaining '
: new Mills wemight any ei iot on ma.e! 'her bri thleS3. ;Her counsel
embarrassmentS on' any subject. Write add the fact that Mr" GEORGE MOOXEV, facts to sustain hypotheses1 and d signellmain'ly act, that will have a tendency to retard the Ohio, and on the Keserve," it is said intends endeavored to reassure her'and made her

'. freely:as I shall-if yon write at all, and an enterprising and energetic young townsman to show the origin, advances, instruments accomplishment of an object so desirabfsj e, to. hold a series"of anti-slavery meetings i inhale-salts, and, e'venproposed to unlace
when we have-done we will exchange long as there isa prospect of the General i xvith the of her '
his "
has erected. Machine and and dire consequences of disunion. object,, presenting; case garments; .
t letters- &o, if ou1'wisb' and foregt*eacli a Engine Government accomplishing any thing in i' '.It is useless Monsieur" said she "I
of the to the and of contributions, am
Out whole at people, "rrceiving
we merely ,
.
present extract : -
Manufactory on the- bank of the river at the way -of their removal, or forbearancecan : much belter." "
other'*Dire before.
etas
: 'w the east end of the town. Mr. M.:has finished a, brief passage, and ask the'reader;to be deemed a virtue It is true the Indians ,- for the benefit of bis bondsmen. The"Syracuse "Well now, do tell'the mime oCt1 e fortunate

\jt Very respectfully, ponder on its closing question : at this lime are,apparently) ,ubarml s *, JdHrnal says that several-of his personal mortal *
i his
and t
b building, is on a visit to. tlieNorth J but how .xvill remain -you are going to espouse|
MINERVA long they "harmless,1
MOSTES.-. ... for.the; purpose of purchasing stock "In all this'conflict of opinion and action is doubtful. -They murdered several i of: friends devoted. their'entire means in "Are you very impatient to know. it t'"Exceedi'ngly .
during the last twelve months and more, in very his behalf, and tby the forfeiture of his bail! so." .
: A GREEN and implements (casting; &c., &c. our citizens! within the last two years, and t'VelJthen'the' fortunate'morii
TRAGEDY w COUJJTT which the
-Elopement interests, the affections, and the are left !"- ; be i it
penniless.u.Wot
I of a Florida -Lady.with 'a, 2Mitrissip' Messrs. COOPER & COLTIN have also 'setup passions of millions of men vere engaged, killed or captured the:boy from. the plantation a pity known to you, is yourself!" said.tbe
of Sumner within'the last
;t pian.-A citizen of ;Hancock county in this a Tarihery'in'nearly! the same. vicinity i not a drop of blood has been spilled, nor a Therefore Captain it cannot be admitted that year. COJfSTITCTIOXAI' tSIOX,5IEETISG. ., '. young beautb'ursting ,i into"';laugh.., &1

k State, (whose name we have not learned,) and inform us of their.rather flattering prospects hair of the head of.any man harmed by.tbe "ha,. for, several been.harmlcss they" At Pal" ka'Put.R m County... love you; I:have been three times tett-a-tttt

.1. residing temporarily, we presume, in Florida, which Government. Sedition has been publicly years. as. On. the evening of the '15th';iinst.., a' respectable withyou;'and my'fo'nr'wjtnesses'are below J .
it became"acquainted with the wife of ; we hope may be fully realized! taught, in .and you suppose. : ready and '
a plan- places high low ; been willing-to Accompany us;to the
The certainly: cannot be said of These : I- have seen in "An act to supply deficiencies -. portion i ,01. the. .citizens' of Palatka,
ter.::- intimacy' ripened into a guilty and diggings preached from the 'pulpit! and expoundedfrom magistrate! gravelyjcoitin'ues the narrator.

:j: reciprocal pa. ion. The disgraced and faithless there's nothing':stirring. 'bur stagna t ; the bar ; .State conventions, to deliberate in tbe appropriation" for the service with, many highly distinguished strangers, 'j'fheJa\Tyeri'tl1llS" fairly) caught; had the"

wife consented to an elopement.--. ;Not t ioa." ,. ; .. 4 ". ''' ." on propsitionspf a nature"highly dan of the have fiscal year, &c.,that the sum of $75- assembled at the Court-house :for the, purpose good sense not to get angry... The moat iago -.
OOa been : subsistence
: for
;; content withjthe i incflacable .wrong already 'We'11 nothing j.\ 'about: : gerous" the Government and,to the public] : appropriated to pay above mentioned.. .Ujion motion, the tar f cf' allis that he adores his' young
the of and services of local
t inflicted upon Tier husbapd, with a disreputable say prospects 'welfare, have met and adjourned i and.tbe supplies troops iftr, who: by'the makes an'excellentwekerer !
: .stran e' she' connived with"that si ranger .Turpentine, no\v-it V4rather.a'delicateeubjectl liberty'of no man has been restrained account called into service in Florida during the year meeting was organized by calling, t; "tl ie L" .- --way* -

. 1 to rob him of his property Their plans : '' "._ ;iT of any 'one of these: things though, in" 1849. Having received no official information Chair, Gen. B..HopKiks. -the.Hon. JESSE A. -

1. vrere.6U.cceseifuHy carried out. With a valuable any"olher government on earth suet, seditious i in regard i if the to this appropriation, I beg to BRUSH''being i appointed 'Secretary .A_eo'a:. -Tstiin.-As it 13 in the body so it .s'in.

.negro boy, a handsome.travelling carrEaiaT BOUNTY LAiD \V ARRANT.We practices would have been visited xvith iI I !inquire funds so appropriated subject mittee of six being. appointed by the"Chair, the mind; practice'makes,it what h is, and

: span of. valuable, horses, and costly have been shown a bounty land warrant condign 'punishment: Have w*> not reason to my order, or if an United States officer most even of those:excellencies! <.which 'are,
.' double barrel gun, .they fled the to be of Government will be sent here to pay off the claim for the purpose of drafting suitable" rceblnVtionsBefore l looked
dwelling obtained i Col. BRYANT of this proud a so free arid yet on as natural endowments, will ter
by
place, The latter would be ;
desirable
course most
whose proprietor they had wronged beyond so strong !" to retiring for that purpose..the. found when examined into more narrowly
,
..' atonement. under the late act of Congress.- is beautifully me...1'm object.of the meeting S. clearly, explained"by to be the product .of exercise, and to be
\Titb
When the husband ascertaine&fuJJy that executed, having upon its face portraits REMOVAL OF THE INDIANS., high respect, your obedient 1 the chair,-and the audience raised to that pitchonlv by repealed actions.
highly entertained
'' servant &c. -
,
s his trusted wife had become the abandoned .of CASS and, CLAY and. also the figure Volunteer Pay, &e. .... .Some rnnare remarkable for pleasantDeM'I
t concubine another!, he'made energetic'pro. of 'WASHINGTON'on- I.horseback.- T f"f '' "THOS.. BROWN.. by eloquenCe of ColJ.;; M.Bak'er.of railleryothers! for apologues, and .

: parations r r.'lbeirpursuit and capture, and :The'subjoined I letter. closes a correspondence TbeI1on.CjLCoRAn, : -. Jacksonville., The gentlemen l .appointed( diverting stonesJ This is apt to be appofllte taken

t delegated the task to a friend named Smith. On one part of the warrant the soldier is rep- between Gov. BROWN and the Secretary Secretary of W r. were Messrs: Boyd, Chapman, Ponce, Sax-fel for the efll-ctspf(jure.nature,'"and that

, Air Smith" traced" "the fugitives to Greenedu'nty : resenfed as having returned to his home' after of War, commencing 00' the iSth: February -, maapjMonroe, and Rogers, who returning I after .: tie'rather,because it j r not got by raTes and
1 ; where "Be learned 4h"at. they were the campaign in* another those'who excel ,
and as having' ij. either of them
for"the tesidence' the pertaining to the removal l .of .ib1 In: RETURN OF TilE HERO SIMMS. a short absence, reported the.following' never
of
making' !
t. rapidly thrown,off.his uniform and engaged in cultivating "* $3 .! purpo$eJy.set themselves to the study ,alit
.) roblher'of the.man in Hancock. He : dians. The Governor enclosed.tlie! late act We have the final of, reolutiontlTh c4 were unanimously '
i y secured the land his services have result the investigation p. a the.'willini assisJanre of'.Messrs..Ed wardDavid'a'nd procured of-the General Assembly on the. same subject into the exciting case of the negro ed : that at first some lucky hit which took with.

Philip James; and the three, armed for.., his home.We which'made it the lluty :of'His Excellency Simms, of Savannah. He was adjudged !by Resolved, 1st, That disregarding all party somebody; and..,gained, him:'commendation,
I't-: with guns, made a decent upon the ruffian are gratified knoxv that these anxiously lines, we avow ourselves the friends of the incourageilbini to try-again, inclined his
correspond the removal
.
:
t urge Sic.: the Commissioner to J
; ,:-at his mother's l residence, anhourbefoir esirrd'warr bethe'property of l'tir.i Union. thoughts and endeavors
ts are how at.art till at last:
I making ; The
,. day. ort Thursday, the 22d )ilt. They their Governor refers to"the- retarded prosperity Potter, remanded, to his possession, ,and -olved2a, The veiy- mention of. disu- he' insensiUy" a*faculty in without.

:1 had nO sooner opened the door of the -roomin"whichjbe'lay appearance amongst our citizens xvho : of the.St. te by the. presence .01 the shipped to ,hisold home.in the brig Acorn, nionofiheStatesisa i great public injury 'it I ]pcr eiviug bqw.,and that is attributed whol.. '

k { startled than; he .leaped, from' thbed' certainly well deserve the'beifetii for the::5r! savage foe,'and .the .withdrawal! 1 of the troc PSstipulated which.vessel we learn has reached Savannah.The"rresult goestoinhingethe publl :mind. It makes; Il ly' to nature which was much more.the. ef.;
. ; likyVtiger in liisIair, and corn- services in the protracted Indian war which: ; men acquainted with the : fectsTof 'use 'and practice. Lode.i '
. 'tW I to be, and from time to time posted Is'a triurnph'oflaw and possibility of the I __ ;
meneed law-abi
fighting Desperately.
Heis'a'man called them.to the field. thing; ant once admittedin, their breasts (- __ .. .
_
-
the -- ,
lines $;
on ; ;
't fl Herculean: :strength; and so abrupt was to-'protect the'" setllers'and 1 ding citizens! over, uuthficaiiou. andnegrologists. they will not contemplate it ''with that abhorrence "Doc :
CHEAP.
," ,, hjs onset, that e.learfy' affected an escape,I ''Gen ChilJs'passed' dow tile, river in tbe I 1 keep the Indians awe He :'says"' if the It is said that two,thousand citizens in which it ought to'be' held by; every- sanctum .window.-While last looking out the of' onr
at
;:evening
bnt'his ra1hed and with ef' busy
. fore turled captors:'hini back into tbe'r'oom'.a unted He:, steamer; Sj.lat!:, "e'f's".ef routenorth* on Indians are left to tbeif"own l,choice i they; bad tendered their services to assist the authorities true patriot, *' "-; '' throngtrowdingabou the *.' Garding,Sus "

fa then rushed upon Mr. Davis and, in'attemp: Tuesday week last. lie is ordered to the xvill never remove-expresses his d sire to in prosecuting the investigation unmolested 'Resolved, 3d, While xve believe that t herightiof'the'soutl' as ,:thr'e'Yankeiar: !? ,7aia old, joke ib a-

I r.; tiogJo.. possess himself, of that gentleman's command i in California.QDJCK co-operate with ,any effort toward removal among xvhom'were ,several'Volun' believe have been"encroached Frenchman oncatold" ..us:,forced itself :UPClI'our.
'Corb
we that .
upon .yet / ar nce'hasnot
t n i 'gun\ b ,the.barrel f rom.|he stock and the memory ,
proposes as a plan immediate'survey teer companies. Chains. .c ased to'be'a .4 '- '
; TRip.-r-We learn- \ were,. suspended yet virtue;and that so "Ah. Yankee
that < Monsieiir5aidbe,1'de
i r rl: f Mr.. James then quickly.t advancedand with! the steamer of the whole Peninsula '; is
. p oriirw'eU"aimed blow"of his' relock felled i :Magnolia made her last trip from Savannah -Inl1ianshavfng around"the'courthouse, : to keep off tbe long as our bretfren.of the North\vill evi en a curious man. Yen I come to dis countrie,:

: .I;; r the Villian to the'floor. He'ifras at once secured :' to this'place in i st time "as great a, rrofoa,6 1rv vc Ii's crowd, and, th!.-B st n.city officers, headed .now "let us alone," 60'loog' will wrtand. ma, foi,.I:take ,rnyiasketantdI go'to the

:. % I. P .";, *.nd the property recovered.:He denied tbeqij&k) ever mad ie. staff as they have Of'a soJdier's riiie1':to' by Marshal Tukeyf'co-operated "BO efficfently'that or.. Resolved fall with the Union.' ., marquet, ,1 see some fine pomine'da,.terre-....

. ,1 'J having*taken kth.e.money'. ..His partner in on the '. te.occupying.only 18 running, be escorteu by a volunteer regiment of'frc) the .marshal ;is ) ; weYdeepfyjdeprecate Veil bow you sell,dis'3" "' -
n- : repiitedtohay&cc the
. hours.. in. any attempt V on part of.thosewho aspire] "
f It. ? "
guilt decflndreturpng and Twenty.censa.pack-log.s
Mr. ;
Smith .id tier-n en, ,who. would. have instructions testedwth, Sims : to to. honor- eep, .say
: f ; attempt'to force her. Tiie t I : to I the palrrt'of heroi m. Boston notoriety, political' to submita de. old woman. .

:. 'lj 1. edt6; GreeV'Svith' 'th prisoner! parly;" There VESSEL LOST., -The: rjg--tahdin,.JVaI- I capture all the Indians they fafl in with.. I has done her duty, so far as her authorities qheition so fraught with the' most vital I in Den' I Vee'some ofdeiat' you callsparrow Grasi'-"

, ''i-!: :. Smithacted with a strange fatuity that cst lace master, from this port to New York, The:Secretary replies, for the.) s nt tlie .are .concernedl, The'Supreme Judicial terest of this Republic, to >machine'for partyadvancementpthatxye _...." VeJ. bow you sell dis f* '.'

.h\: ; h-| pre. lf 5QaWlsJdJames volunteered j with a-cargo of live oakfrom 0.. Budding':' Depaitment "can employnone peaceabJemeans Court of Massachusetts. also refused coursu should be discountenanced believe suchi a;: *:Three:cent a bunchtt6gtheep.:
. ?' ;1 f :applications by every'patriot ,_ And 'so'mon ami
--
Ft L us rtrnit. dccllt3ed.thirfervi placed in ton and moss, w-'x.i-iJV"from'S.**B.-.".Thompson,- ,'wai 1oeffect'this;: object," the small military !i- to withdraw the'case"Ja the hands -every friend of the Union, ? ... At last.? went, every u>.ze bulchaire sing wastheep. .veraT Jog:

\tbW a seenoffCape Hatteras, on the 17th !inst., dismasted force at its r dispo ar 'having : of he Commissioner, ,Resolved, 5tb, That we believe an'4trustin ,
EIfl carriage, 'ironed only on ,') Mr, ; bad to _as:-did, h'U; S. District t : I eee beautiful 1 sausage ; "Ha, my, friend,11:

_LMllt.; Smith-placed himself beside Turn., 'The nee:; abandoned.. ., ; .Live' oak insured beAvithdraxvn fnm thisiJBection! ,Vheife it issaid .Court in refusing to grant the writ,of North the'patriotisrnb'f, the East t and Vrethreh,6bth the West and'tb of t'weJlI the said I-M i dlsdog rdog-.3o _'',lint before

I 4 jjrg,JOlCcDn; orbak. anu was incau-. .. 'the. .'nea'cefuf.a.ttfnilnt'tK. !.-, --.' --". ..., ,T....,I:...us habeas-.corpus.-:, .!bt-Legislature even, vitiated nnitedlyjstand by the Union and defendme .I could .recollect ,ze sheep.. de butchaire.'
t t of those MAGAZIKTES n9tfA4l. mil YL". 1.t.1 ? ..a. .T -. __.
tisly eaa an.geroltuT render&themneedl sa to be as it -- : --- -. ''
seems
concentrated : ; refused constitution
tp.be
bn the .
denominated "Arkansas lobth- The'May No. abolitionista 'L glad to matefmy. Via ;
,offGodtfsLadtft Book has I escape ,whole, bead.
the On motion1
frontiers '
of Mr"
of :
travelled but two' | Texas'a d in Califorala, the ttse"of tEe State House enclosoreifor Williams the thanks Begar, since den I"
buy nosing dat is
mIles J reached us, with notice interleaved of the where -, ,,. of. the meeting wasoffered 'Col. Baker ,:'dogsheep. -
the tribes'are
tbefieprb-routhav assailed." ,,wtually aw a ,-
in 'Exchangepaper.
n : :state"of f pow.wowj; butthey gathered at- the"Treraont'Temple and it
'co.'er.w.ilf non-receipt of was also.ordered that ef
any paper/announcing theeppjearance a copy these *
-y prIsoner forSmkhwas" found hostility. The ,Secretary:.considere];the estimated ,"compared1 "notes, tore several resolutions'be sent. -\ i
.tbe. the.Jacksonville -
,. Republican
o(
: fiq peninkthe;
"
oojhe road
nce New
dst gash.eaidtnuti1at cost The
removal National
of' in "
'
\ nitntjnj Year.: If failed the bill ($2.000,000)) ehjrtis iVsolved ,tbe Union once 'or twTce; for publication.: Jnkllikeiicrrofthai5tknays ;
-we call
to
.L4, : i 'most attention to the too high to warrant th&Executivejn'embj.; and,then' it" is ; [Tallahassee papcn please copy.] *' there can be.no doubt that'another/ex.
whispered khock'ed .
J.r '
aOkilgmanner.T. carriage and least January No] ; of *',Godeywitqf which'we'disi tog in the :. ,<1 pedition against Cuba is oa foot.. 'The edi-
'
.
\ undertaking'witKTul
0 \jtbeir :y; thai\1urderl'bt remember,) i it was'nbtfrbna'anywaniof ''the :eanctiorof ..CowedS'Tbis in the .denouement' :Jbeaflair ?The JPhiladelnbia Ledger fthP.I lOtb'Jtnsb for says: We !have'letters from tho'J inteTipr ;
Theyrobbed ictim of ,ap. Congress .
r Qther portable valdables J and, hisloQej preciation''the siijierl 'getlihg-jip of especially .with \he. present t amost disagreeable/damper: pr e.scIent'wlseacres .' presents( us with the following\ 'nov-Iet,'de' ot-Georgia stating-.the'departure' of a
the limited
eJ&:' ""* : : Aj" .. P i r dief tFauvret fbfattraclions: certaiQly, havepiae appropriations! for:tbearmr; i \! ?:-:t'kiowedw'the. 'f .gi; monstrative of the'public sentimeiW'ofIlU.lnois' number of persons for the Gd coast intendr
The Secretary.eniigbiehs'the''jGoyc; ". regard to .the mg b} meet and organize somewhere the
beneficial:1nflnenee
:'JearoVffbjn Mr. Khox; f4biplattibenamc "' :>nor-by tiye.Jaw warn'l8gQ to Jbe? carriecLour'MESwallco : on
of.the murderer l inpnr' memory;if hot in our,columns.; informing' ? biin ,hat the.Warr ;" .-. .".'.u' of slavery,upbn some of the white race Iii.whicb coast i in the neighborhood Apalachicola *
isjlarVfs'tbV
'I -We can neither discribe' the 'richnessj of notthfrautborUy epartment.has nsel,.in-the con rse of :the practical example 'it seems that'the .
opinion jot
4 Sipith was killed with; DrMam8thaMr a J iife.whiJesittiD!t g the May'N .:f6r:whVch'remisiness'w .ian forgetting we to survey.that:;be!public'is- I hinds' !. mmirifttioh Tery'ihgejiiouslypnt! i iifl'the following odious whites are made exceptions .to?this-'law so ,A letter from.San Francisco to the Washington -;

in the cafrage[ ;: bt'spme ncflgbebin give a substantial:'rea8ori'---oar, .fJrgih' >ptrueal'being suppose .the "app'ropriate afljdavit-whlch''wth: '.resut8hoWs| sad set and there reproachful 'Theyrmust; b,a' Republic ''represents tbit. JameS' )I.L

hlmuThifcffnioa? deirly i imAficaies the' superseded winning! asiiisk, ,' 'channet' broug .wb c to (:suggestia .w uld'ni: .'liew' ;; as "ifie 'lawyers, say-but ,standard of .indeed, to fall so far beJ \ythe Crane editor of the California Coutier,-being:
means of 'moral'worth' : himself '
Indrans. candidale .
removing 'G a
I sjaye/ fldinhIaMy'4poseesMou.-(4rjd. who, fronv ah.analogy l of; names and, qualities BaflWK'suggest, ; As v no,. which we append merely to'show that Simrns paths ,- and"ge?. :ietahy?.. .. to the election'- ; \ marplot,
#
MoThosfBatler.King; to
(p a pace not
w ) GZTlQfl1f
; t lprdA ng < r with justice construed'the M/ as:.vesting of removing the renrniniri/s'eminbles i i' ia WaFpblfcy, Claimed! to' be>a' Dative of ;8t.-Aiq8tnlie.) ;: :: Sale of IVkifr7cfejnjjT i4 itaeclin1a,fe'Uei" the Senate:_ -The Whig membersi,this kttef

,. I, TI'O; *: .' ; in thers'elf. ,: 'And, Ihls,,.circumstanc& is' 9s-only,upoittbe : -aba, t Wethm-.. 4' .nd,;hcaitath. i' f inejefei_of'urpte4otemporaria from' Bushville. Uf, that'a>hit6 'manwcr Elates ananimously.adopted resolution -:

JkghB3'Of'tbe': 4rmy,:was :recently tthough it 'dOe5fl'tacGQDZT: } /ja, .we' we.,can account 1crihe J lcaofAtnanfytbt r oI,Q .! }.C: 'nciel t large was a lamilyof hlacjwmuh! by)trade{and vii.g-.a' flouncing could conductand; declaring that his'
killed at Detroit t by a fall fro .biscarrige think ah l :.tot',of.be,Depatt ity" 4 '; I ebildrehVas wreste4 lately t paper not 'Wrecozoised1** the expoDent
; arnpJcornpllwent'to
V ; JUay-Nq. meht jn on account of inveterate of the'Mwi: the
lie ajti'Acf" effectually taking.hold! ofthI& sttb. ; ..habits r lijtemner.' Whip the State.
teeJ th T.i.. Penhsylvaniajnden.. eTlie first number'of'the 3d volume? 'f the ject.w.w aDnoi .ee. the' fo.rce ( ( Thomas Slmras, ..alias,Joseph(|af tina; auce.'and tried by!.jn!)as.a'vagrant;,lie ', d' -- .'

l.2 YedifUhewaio1' 1zaernaional J i ;'any 'objec bn? loath declares.that be ,was born *u. onv ctedf? nnd 'We havebaaittedtb r indo ''
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::flirant t rtyoQndo t rk- YT! 9E( -r f! 'flaSaMObeenje : least' ':'i" recjmniencation.: ( as Augustine-long he Florida;; that*be' bM'beeit free' four .sold 1l public, aucfion, 'ior.the'term. : of: Gen, Brooke, in western.Texas,'from illaesa''
ths.wbaZ uo that cdIoneifbFthe; |HQ. jgbjiayeat| P promisea.|otringfthe .as, caa.'remembetthathisirea months, V ''I con tractedVWlftiox ommndof4hat'4i .

4tUplbyibrey.t Ih je 2 en1 i 1ieia t 1rge t 'htt1ythepre14 b eetit0'tbe.favorable; ; }. noIce( >'pCpnVamj JI per l" !e.J; efCh>.him-nianXyears: ago, flY 'fcfvenot heard that.tbe d i d,;7 r"\be'! t?.-Fort Brooke, :"!
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tl;;tak.o. 'h rjo.,pzrJkg iea,1o,pag eJ), cf. *s!kea'aninveat1ture.othe I wUb.--.Morra4 forter.'of. : Sayannab;:who how. pf Illinois bave-yet onOri'ntic\b6uytbs Bay was named after Jiim; ',";' L.T'1
n' :: 'I'll\ btffiei'f: er'nu'lulv.Gt" ring and dSriyd Qle meaM; probabft bas)them f that-thew.t ree paper i act, or.in coiisequTence of it GenfTefsifef&zrdth'ode: 4
:! brity4r1a. mostly, arftitMybW; :ri'Jw'b, -r; iiel} "f .( threaten. resist. > tf1. *.
U Jle t mVtl e obtaine"tn 8t.:rA sacs to lawand't.ml "' "
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.v1ig the temperature of tie-rair .In, the '__ -r- /* 1E URfGNitfo.me4 wise with a system
at7i A.M., J P. *L, And .P.M.. .; the A1rIIA.B.. Jifonf. SL Ma GeoP. : ej ooatao.*eo2ectionl centtmw governed ithemo ?wMiderfQl social organtation i-
bade Tauaha( M. B.hompeon 2h& tv,,&uj5 that the world hal ever witaeMedi And 1ierd to ,ctire course, -*&**** *
*a dairy *]* ,John a&ai -jkwiion ieiicveontiaea
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estimated from 1 to 6: Wm. -E 4Sfl M&1 tal Europe,and of a largeportion Usual ; Ashley ConeBia
force glyc
Vim4 aM it$ HedgM, MWdlebore;Fhu. E!J. HAWley that 'IofctOi7eTLdenra good- moral .
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Buffalo. B. Cranfe, D. Mflfer,CbArlert n -R. BEO leAve ti tender their services to their friends; aad the United States. :CLThctfj5LJ must cuti an.xannnatlon 1*the 'p' MAIlesEbed -
% .71A.X.2'. "KA"WJID' '_"nw JLO4rtyJLlligitoiiRM.Daris; J* G5. South Carolina TennesseeFlorida, H would be quite useless(ernie to speak of the foflowingitadies, iz it j 8.3aam
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And Alabama with great work y&nr k F- iaa -
4JT43.7" N. S the Assurance that all business enterDrue A1thW5rfluis et *-
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45A2" .entrusted to them will receive their about to give to the American publieV" From the iteek: Grammar tger :
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64' 57 CT.7 K.W. devoted atten ; Jacob's or Feltoa'e'Greek BvselIBootbeJ 7L
2 isolated
position which thcelvillaw
W.1 tion.. ,. M,M.DYE of Savannah., has been per Itedernd-tbeIrt'
f two'
? a 68 64 .14 -2 MILITARY BOUNTY I.AND.Preemption JOSEPH ASUEVMAig2SavannAhFeb. mitted to occnnj in Enjlaad, few Gf the standard Anabasis,Jacob's booksoXenpbon'a Sal- ,,. Me51nsay t-
G75'63J works Deeviag'aLstln Reader, L '
64 concerning"it Tiave>been translated Baifisid A' 2 Macshea

4 I s S S 'Si xV. 1 1 Higlita.GCSEKJU Aps17 .'1S3L *of"Jiurke fimJJalter eo Ga English, and thisWant has not bwn uppBed, Int by* lost, or or what CsDsar.shall Cieero'be deemed.Select equivalent.OrAtiens, an k VirgH --" :BattaOeovgE ,, IH4be
the Bessaat
'. original-English treatises on that subject, I '- Christianna. M.oes George --
--43 6657 B5.3 LAND OFFTCK, ) T have no doubt that in Louisiana, in Texas in EXPENSE3. I Brown AbrahamMaa Mr' -
60 71 63 61.3 1 California,and Jn the new Territories }3rookWhiteJ4- '. .
$ JIarthn,1.&ES of the Uni j If thff student enter asFreshP -- -
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9 >, M 74 70 66.7 S.E.S FOR DER THAT the, liberal view* of Con- ATTORNEY Li1V. ted States, as well at In Lower Canada;there wilt man,five dollars; if Sophomoie, ten doDars; BtrkeAT h ,. .Nosck

S S t a.? K>: 1 ** *.n P *8iDS the Act of 28th September JACKSONVILLE, EAST FJLOKIDA. be A ready demand for your publication Th tEas Junior, fifteetf doUarsj And; Asiwnlor
1830, granting Bounty Land to -eetta1n profession throughout the Union wiH readily lend twenty donan.L OarkRacUiCrjooMRitcca
ir n 45 63 66 52 X5 4 and soldiers who have been bunged in the oeers Mili Reference, their ft vor to the undertaking; and I trust that 4 1st': Session. 2d Session. Caw Sins M' :O.jd henry'. : '

S 62 60.3 S.E.- I tary service. of the United States, way be carried HonvW; B. FLEWtia, 'Safannah.'Georg'ia. your enterprising bouse,will find its interest te Tnitlott, |21 00 : ?2100 OortoaTP, -

TO W-9 &..W.li 1 out, and every expend ta the Warrantees be MarchZ,1S5L:4. 'ifNEwspRniGaooDs.- publishing, from time te tune, in the English language Room rent, 400 -4WL CampfieldEd ::1' -
15 67 75 72 71.8 2 avoided u far uposrible in obtaining the benefit such other standard works AS will form the Incidental expenses; ,100 130 Cohen Jacob" Pfef'Clayett
<5 66 51 60-7 N.W. granted by the gratitude of their for basis of A civil law library." ': Use of Library,; 75 >73 WfBaa: Psk.1sl'1' .; ta.r
-country
Bl 63 *4 52.7 X.E. 3 faHhfut/ and patriotic services and t the : ., I remain, gentlemen; very' respectfully, :yoiir Janitor's Wages 100 .100' CaudageJuR.Ptmssj ,:
1 ; > same
g 5463 56 58-3 N.W. Tfl1HE'U3SCRIBER1i obedient lervflt,1 GEOHJE Fneifoatej.tationoom CIinCkJ HM. rarmentir Aml)t
time to secure to the hardy and enterprising acttlereon -I and offers ECST1S. -- *
19 tfg 68 61 62.3 N-E..E.J 1 the Public:Lands-the fruits of their in- .L .for sale a fine ,and -extensive Assortment of Messrs.LITTLB t BKOWS.: -' *- ;!!" -, 180- 150, Camosa.Jcwa' LaD :: : it -k-

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63 72 69 64.7 ] durtry and privations ; th. Secretary of the In ieady Made Clothing of,the latest style, consist Fuel Ia afforded toihstu4tmts at c4at. A sum Randolph
21 66 74 70 70 S.W41" 1 tenor has directed: v lug of-; FROM ALFRED h1ENNEEsOyTflC i equal to th. probable cost Js advanced by'each DCotUMMnEAHarisCbarte 4Leye.WB1sm. ;

C --66 7771 71.8 That public notice be given to all settlers on -Coats, aad: Pauts'do, l EW ORLEANS-BAR; s student; if more is-consumed U to charged him" itatberfurti Jaeoh \
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g Cfi 78 71 71.7 Public Lands subject to private entry -to"come JTests, do.. Shirts .Fancy BOSTO r&pte,1s ,/ -4f1essthe balance J,refunded. < Davis J C ; iauefl Cullan -

66 78 73 72.3 2 forward and file their Decluritory statements,' Linen, &e.; Panama Hats, Messrs. LITTLS BROWS'? *" Board u furnished with the families of Daaiel W AR.bcrsenarsb K 1e-
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2 Is 61 63 58 63 N. 2 within thirty days after making their settlements'* Leghorn Hats.Shoes,* flue as-, Gentlemen-lam much-pleased t1eu'; that fossor at two dollars per week. Davit Horatio Kipley.SamlP
67 73 *6 63.3 S.E.2 "sortment.-Also, a variety of Muslins* WaiLing at the usual Dcdee SolOmaitloa1eyEsrterrL. -s'-
? and improvements ta required by the Pre-emption you are engaged in.publishing revised,edition rates .
62 76 69 69 S.W.I" 2 Act of 4th September, 111, so as to secure their Ginghams, Lawns, ,-Changeable Linen of Strahan a translation of DOMAT 0 1 CIVIL LAW. All dues are payable advancer Th Tuition Daniel JasS,, Zlodgerst.apl.DanaWC : ___ 1Duggaa
g 72.8 'ff
67 7872 their pre-emption right;,and prevent interference Lustre, Silk Linen and Cambric Hdks Bonnets No work in the ,English language, on,'the same is remitted application, to All students designed 5I ast mrt-isa:M -
by the location of these warrants. Gloves and Mitt*, Parasols Umbrellas, subject, is to be compared with ft, for the fullness for the JTmistrv..,. : ,
sTs fcU 62 634 And that all warrants ma j be located upon the Tans, to. Also,*a fine assortment of Groceiries, and correctness of the doctrine conveyed throughout The tuition fee for Iodera Languages'wifftieight DttDhamFatDavU J: inith Francis ,
land consisting in New York City Cured Hams,' it. >4Fronithitlme r-0 dollars session,to be paid to the Instruc Capers
During; the month there were 15 clear days, 8 applied for, if eubjct to private entry on the -x ,, per ihunis
fell to the depth of 3d March, 1S51 without an affidavit as to whether Bacon sides Shoulders, Fnltott Market of Its publication,up to the pre- tor in advance. Edwards Nathaniel :- 3iiIa! Georw-
Jcily. Ikt 3 in wbich nun said land Is- Beef Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Pent, it has received the For ttttdrnti teho '
I improved or not; and after having anprobrtion of the most do not deur* i. froteetiit-tkt F Smith JA H -
US tnebe been so located;aaidvanants shall remain in the Bologna Sausages, Cod Fish, learned men and lawyers in every country, and wlideCcne rtqmnndfcii-adrgret1 nonlimi Freeman SatithAflen- :ie-s.t;

hands of the Land Officers at least forty days. If at Makcreb- Herrings, Figs & very deservedly. The compile of the Code Na- ted range of.ttudtet iifurnithed; a&iptcdto the a tanaIaM 1nI

:P0PVLATI0X OF FLOUIL.A. the end of that time there is-no,interference by Prunes 'driedItaisins Apples, adeon drew,copiously from lrt.iclr'wgjr. >2 tptttre and count of life of -individual, so tLrenMW 8qns&hCbtles -
those locations with pre-emption claims or otherwise Loaf bn- Napoleon himself studied it most carefully ear 'to fir at tttdi can naiomably atinp ? i3 ? gar, Sugar, Soda, Boston ly life,which account for the '
the warrants will be returned to this Office may singular acutnesaand studies this Course Rearranged under the Graham DB aauer5Latfl' -
DivIioz9. e = for patenting; but if there is such interference, a and Lemon Biscuits, wisdom of his observations and decisions .1 following departments, to wit; (;r.eEima Ibss Wm-. -
u new location will be made. Sedlitx Powders Table S1tI ke. luring the discussions on the adoption his code Gaudy SoraersC munbong 1osepbTTh ,
Also, an assortment Cutlery Carpcntor'aTooLs Domat should And I hope will be found 1st. AMjTHE3iATicAi.DEpAmTJiET-Inwhkh Green p
Warrantees can locate their warrants on their in the Catharine M- 81onem Mm Abby 11
: .. 1. Eicaml.a, 3"23 5332 70 663 own pre-emption rights where the land was pro ", Baskets, Tubs', Brooms, library of every American lawyer, beginaiug dent will be with' Arithipetie' seriatim and.Algsbra,the stu Green Mr*EU 1ueuin31rsche,,' :k -
7* 22 526 tie., &c Your obedient servant earrici, through AH the '
2100
Boa GrsyTbosT T
2. snta claimed and offered at public Sale prior to 3d -
All of which he offers for sale at the lowest higher branches-of the Mathematics
ALFRED UENNEX.R.EFORTS ending in 11 Taflflft 4Is
S. Walton, Holmes', March, 1851; and when the minimum price of the their : 1t1bar4
35HO 977 70 729 market prices. MORRIS KE1L.Corner application Natural Philosopy, Astronomy flartsoa Win LHo Tuchna2'i.-
and Washington, laud is more than one dollar and twenty-five cents fcc., -- ..
4.Jackson, 3105 3536:: O SO) per acre,, can pay in cash, the difference between of Ocean &Bay Sts. OF CASKS argued and determined ia we A P T aner athaa .
5. Calhoun. 924 411 9 IG the cost-of the land, and the amount covered by Jacksonville, March 27, 1851. tf he Circuit Court of the United States-for the __j2l Aiflst.rletiQu ia E.WUSH .DGPAjTarEST ComprJsinz Harding J Henry lTraeylaeobA" '

6. Franklin. HW 378 2S1 the warrant, estimating the warrant at $1,25 per first circuit from 1812 to 1851, as follows t Orthography, Readiifg. Elocution, I HeptJD .' TowBAend 3Osist **
Grammar
7. Gadsden; 3904 43*) 120 6S4 acre. .No pre-emption right* attached to the alternate A CARD. GALLISON'S REPORTS. Reports of Cages argued Writing,Geography, History; CompOjitioB -' llodgkinaBenjamlnZ 'Tucker Jn -' -ar

Leon, 3240 K273 122 737 sections reserved to 'the United States -0PATTEN'S- and determined in the Circuit Court of the ,UhetorioLogic,Intellectual Philosophy, -Bale Eben' -! Townsend Jcese- -,
SWaknlla, 1123 790( IS 227 along the routes llailroadg or Canals. HOTEL. -'nited States,for the first Circuit, from 1812 to Moral Philosophy Political Grammar, Story. on Ilnlgerson Ellen V

loJefl: >r n; 2782 4S19 85 520 Where application is made to this Office by the MR. EDITOR: As the time is fast approaching 815. Second edition, with additional Notes and the Constitution, Phlosophy, Ornithology, Natural 1 logins Sarah Vance Charles E .

II. Madison, 23 2683 26 SOI warrantee to locate the warrant, the applicant -when the numerous invalids who are now cnjoy- References. 2 vola. 8vo. Boston, 1S35. Theology of Elements of Criticism, and Evidences hotbed James w '$ .-2

12. Ihwiltoti, 1S26 fi83 25 301 should designate the Land District, section of lug the benefit of a tropical climate, will be de- "I should omit doing-justice to my own feelings, 3J. A Christianity.iMzECAXTiLE HodgkinsNekton Wfleoz..Weodou -
13. Columbia, 3542 12t* 30 570 country, or particular tract on which he wishes tarting for their Northern homes, permit me to as well as to the cause of truth, if I were not to will be DEPAHTMETT which hazard W 11 WrightJubn '
14 AUchua. 253 972 23 274 the location made ; and where the tract is-specified introduce to their notice "PATTENT'S HO- select the decisions in Gallison's and Mason'* Retorts imparted nn acquaintance with all that is hlarnedinohiWoudCIarksosi. .
: 2-122 1540 18 457 AS specimens of pre-eminent merit. They neccwsry qualify youth for the immediate'do- Hartley Ddia ,-- -. .-
15. Marion anilLevy, ,would be well to deign te several others TEL, located on the corner of Greenwich and ties of the house
16 DuvaL 2433 2047 2JjO in 1j j the order in which they are desired, that in Warren streets, New York; which has acquired : may fairly placed upon .A level with the best 1. P counting ; including HarrUWmT Toany Dagueriaa Ai," -

17. Naan. HIS 1077 19 13 ease the tract first selected chall have been taken, a most enviable reputation WILLIAM PAITEN, productions of the English Admiralty, for,deep of*mai this fcyjby art which, an original and; popular 4 -J 'list- -* **3
18. John8OrangC, the warrant can be located upon the first of the Esq., the proprietor, is a young man who posses- and accurate learning, as well as for the highest bold system finished hand. invariably produces a Jones Berjamla : s; **

Putnam and t.Lucie others which may be ,vacant without further de- see every requisite of.the gentleman-one of the ability" and wisdom mdeeision.-3' Kent, 2U; (2) of the accountant,peculiarly and business adapted to Ihe purpo Jones Hillary TrC PaeetU Havan y *t a
2369 1450 49 506 1 1 lay. In these cases the affidavit of the applicant, few who finds the way to the heart and affections 27. '* 2.es.diithmctic-Comprisin' man. -- Jordan Jooeph., h Cuba.K :- '--sic,

19. llillsborough anil 1J J taken before an officer competent to administer of all who visit bis HOWE. Board$1,00 per day. MAsc (William P.)-1bPORTS bF C&n.'in inelhods of Intercut numerous.. abbreviated ,' ,
he computing Discount -- -
Bentou 2322 9 69 3661Ionroe oath,that he is the indcntical mentioned lie will certainly'do the most agreeable to all Circuit Courtof the United'States for the Knight Pbli1l'ersoiii -
.j 2,211 4l I j in the warrant, must accompany person the application. ustomcrs. ills table fixtures are of the most deli- First Circuit, from 1816 to 1S30.. -vols. Svo, .I calculations Equation of founded Payments,*te.,and otheiMese.autlle apylymg fur fetter' IA.. tae.abov* list sd

Dude, 143 11 The same rules must be complied with here application dons character. His house is beautifully situated, "The Reports comprise the Decision.of Mr.'nstice all such lercentage;together with will please say they:aroorfrturrf or they7,

Total in XVert Florida,14.103 S120 2 JO 2304 by letter is made to the District Land with its spacious parlors, its long dining-rooms, Story on the first Circuit of the United knowledge operations of the business scare requisite ot a fur a thorough not get them.1AJLK-* ?- -' BUTTS. '
Middle 15677 22133 896 2970 Officers. Where such application is made by the its airy dormitories, and its ample balls and pas States, and folio' win or-ler after Mr. G&Hidon's '-3. counting-room.- : Pout Mr" ?

a "Esst 16777 9338 233 2S11 Attorney,Guardian, Executor, fcc., the evidence sages, echoing to the steps of busy waiters, and leports. The Decisions relate to a great variety the inojt o/c-ketpiag-ingle approved methods.and Double iintrv, by Jackmnrme- ,Apr. 10th &Isf3&S. *** .

'Jouth 23GZ 442&vd duly certified, of their authority to act, must also guests coming and departing,will bespeak for the of subjects Real Law-Constitutional,Admiralty,Personal, of instruction in this branch complete ill be furnished coarse $ k -
Tutatt, 49124 40395 869 85S310JU3 I accompany the application. affable and generous proprietor honied word and and Chancery, and are character- to fit the student to designed THE BRITISH PERIODiCALS aSrtHr
By a clause in 1st Section of the Act making appropriations and a rock of Gold. zed by the profound learning, aeutenejs,' and take charge ef any set .- ,
of aceosnt books. r' *
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horoujihneiM research, which are such eminent j 4S **
for the support of the Government A TOURIST -
1 4th. A* AGRicrLTTBit. -
9,519 total population. 11 for the fi.-eal year ending 30th June, 1832 approved Jacksonville, March 27, 3851., traits of their author. They will bear a'-furorale a selection from the tXPAttTMETriComprismg 'rrrz' z'iDxfl'nO rrs'444L --
March 1351 > comparison, in point of learning and practical English. And Mathematical ?
3d it n enacted that no warrant -
1 utility, with the best volumes of the.English Re- courts; and, also, ur'reyiugilc4sny.
The L* v. fur Bounty Land issued under the Act of ,Ntxaaau Count Tax dttectors Sale Le uardScett
Poilage _> 2th K30( virtue of other if ports. MinepjlOgy,Geology, Chemistry,and Agricultural &CLot ...
September, or by
A Writer in the N. Y. Tribune nsinj: the i j ;Act of Congress, shall be located on any any land BY virtue of authority in me by law veste$I SuMXER'sREPOB'M.' Somnor (Charles.) Reports Chemistry; thektwoj1rstrat- experi- No.'54 ,efoU;Street |tw

signature Rowland Hill," makes tlieftIIow- which had not theretofore been brought into mar will expose for sale, in front of the Court- of eases argued and determined in the Cir- in'ntaI ketures. 0NI 7E1opublVh the'foW-leading BMW

inp synopsis of the rates of po-tage establiph- ket and then subject to private entry; so that no house door, in Nasgjt eotmty, on the first Monday cult: Court of the United States for the First.- Cir- which 5lh.Are A taught CIVIL Arithmetic ExorxEEu jSepABTiar T'_ In C :ih Quarterly Reriewrmnd-'Blaekw* r*
land oaa be located under the Bounty Land Law in June, 1851, 220 acres of land owned by the mit. 3 vols, 8vo. ; (mental'And writ
Addition
ed by the law of May 3d, 1851, comjiared cf2th September, S30'or any Geounetry, ly Mgmine-commenced the publication-which of they A valuable hev.seea,3 A

whh the rale ondcr the present and former j Bounty Land, except that which bad been as will pay $5 46 taxes doe thereon from 1S45, Justice Story,and form n continuation to the series Trigonometry in the field, Surveying,) Practical, (with the use of iartnmeats ; cultural work, called tad *"- -' - -

laws ; proclaimed and offered tor sale -prior to the 3d of and all necessary expenses attending said sale of Gallisoa and Mason. The decisions in the Engineering,Archi a&
March, 1851. Boundaries described on day of sale. tretent volumes relate particularly to'{tiestions of lecture, Perspective, idraagLting,!and oyogra.ph4. ; 'Farmers cud- .Saentfa .. .

WSTICE OS LETTERS. j J. BUTTEBF1ELT). Commutloner. : A. i BRADDOCK, value.vmity',and Admiralty,'and are of great practical A TEACHEHS DEP.RTmIxNT-TheCOUse c414 Fu11srf," :* 1t ;

Letters are to be charged three cents pre- j April 24. 6t oct 24-tds'' Fheri ff and ex.off.Tax CellecUr. of study will consist of By HEXXT Srcnrav F.-Z.S.IIat Edfnb.rXL.-;
; STOUT'S REPORT A judicious selection
Story (William-W.) Reports of "Book
author of the the
paid, and five cents if not, on every half j of subjects from the ether departments, of The--ai-J
and
cases argued determined in- the Circuit including
; fisted John P. Norton M. A.
under 3000 miles and double those NOTICE. Dissolution. all the branches punned ia- by New-liav.er;
ounce, j ; Court of the United States for the First. Cir our common schools' ProfeL9ur of tcicntiflc! in Yate Cot. "-
thai distance. letters ATLANTIC AND GULF RAIL-ROAD COM- cuit. 3 TO!*. 8v --- -- Practical Lectured will also be given on School Asricuhnre ;
rates one -
over Drop FIRM of KIEL & STETONS is this day effe, &C., &e. -K t : '
THE Teaching,both as a science ftnd
cent each, and advertised letters only one 'PAJST. solved by mutual consent. All persons "TheaeTpIomcs form a continuation to the. ifias PupiL will not only thus receive as an art. This nishlj valqabM wirk vilf nmiis.two
miir NEXT ANNUAL ELECTION- will make to M. KEIL.' of(Jallis cent in addition to the regular postage. for indebted payment relative to the best And large MyaI' otava.voluB>C eoatilaisg over 14UO ?jfc.
tl and Gulf Kail-Road M-KEIL Lain the lost opinion ever pronounced by MX.JuaUu moss-popular with:
Directors of the Atlantic 13
orj20
page endidetee1engraeInp,
'A letter when in methods of teaching,but they.will also
conveyed wholly or WALTER ; Slarr, who died while the last opinion In the have oppartaniticd '
Company will be hold at the City of t. Angusinoi.t STEPHENS. of and more than 600 engraTiajv on wad, in the
part by sea as to or from a foreign country, ; theCourt Roomin the Courthouse in JackMnvJIle,-Fla., March 13th,J831 (20) bird volume was yet undelivered. citation in the exemplifying lower them, by hearing xc- highest style St thSafl4-WnMtbg ahaset,vu1

over 2,500 miles, twenty ceiitt; and under 'J aid City; at 12 o'clock on Monday the I9ih day > The business will hereafter be conducted Y/CODBGKT (Chase L.) and Mrsor ((George) department* of lLln tit Iwpleaeii hmbjtndry now in DM bgf-tt fcgift *, *$

2,500, ten cents; except all cases where the 1; of May next. 1851'A.G.BENSON by the subscriber at the Store,formerly occupied leports of eases argued and determined.in the tion.7to.. A DEPAUTXEXT ot'MoxxLtiov4qx farmers, the best imrthodj ploughing, pianltaf,
Court of the "
United State for the First
lircujt
Kiel & Hephens. :Zl. KIEL harvesting, &d&-1 thr -JonM tiw'aaimabis
postages bare been or fchall be aljut-ted) at 4 } by Circeit. VuU. L And IL -1n which aUdenU who wish to take A thorough Canons
1J. A. PUTNAM > Commissioners.GEO. their UgfaMt eif Uoi iat abortth-,
Different rales by postal treaty or convention." K. FAIRBANKS, > "These volumes eoulaia the Decisions"of.Hon. course can have an opportunity of doing co;while Pictorial feature t$ the book i* juuoue; and wlL -

Let us contrast the rates of postage linder April 12, 1851. apr.17 NOTICE. [ Assistant Justice fcilityt and to '- .
COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing as for the-First district. pro a-rienltur:5 (S *' *
the law wih those under the old and
new THE with tolerable -
OTJKAIKYM12S CAUPEXTEIISVAX- SKIFF & RYAN is-this day dissolved Vol IlL in pres?. t ,- flounce, correctness, in,as short a ,'- The work i*bM published isKumbeni -: atbJyi
the present law: J TEI Three orfur good carpenters will find by mutual consent. Their Looks and aeouutshave nowARiTs trpEEiJE; COITT REPORTS.-How- time asjioiiiLie"are iso provided for .. of 94 p geach,' tad _

Old law, over 300 mllet containing constant employment, and receive liberal wages, been,turned over to Ryan& Hitkiaan, ard(Benjrtmin C.) Reports of cast argued and tion Systematic kctares Instruetiim aniothcrwlse will be giveu.aaJJk Steel engrAirinj sad i ,joldat.25 seats,or' ?
and 4g
three pieces $} 00 l by early atiphcation to the undersigned, at Jack who are clone antLoriztd to'collect'the accounts adjudged in the.Supreme. Court of tLc United by ; frequent exercises for the entire work-in'number of which'theta.
Present law over 300 miles weighing sonville, Florida. due us. G. F. SKIFF. Mate*, VoL,. 4, 5,B, 7; a 8. $5 50 each voL in Declamation and in English Composition ,with beat least twetrty-i i :" ? ** -
Lalfanoz., JESSE GARDINER. C. E.-RYAN. These reports follow! Peter's' ,an-1 with those Re- he required of all the students connoted with the Th.?Iriti! a.Penodk&l

101 April 17. ISSt. 3t wrt j, and Dalla?, Cranch, and Wlintton's/- Institution. -, follow;viz: .,
Future law, under 3000 miles, weigh THE business heretofore 'conducted by HTAKi iruM! all the Decisions of the highest Court known
The Lo&don Conwrvatir
: Kctvnrk QuarterbBevlew ( *) r
ing half an oz. (prepaid) 3 $10 REWARD.' SKIFF, will be continued by Ryan & Ilickmari, to; our Law. I Academy. The EdfaAnrg KeviewXVvTrig.VjTb* Kwifc

Old law; drop letters charged 2 ; RAN AWAY,from the Subscriber, on the hey having formed QllAN. pur H Constitutiotutl'JIittory HroRvot THE Co5srrrtrno3f oftile- ,United eampriig. State the;anew Uy A late re-crgniuitioa, the Board bftbiDelawareColege of ,Trustees department have of British Review (Free Church) -The "Wectwia
do. with March his JAKE pose. ,ter Review cLibert4'1flkweed. Edia
Present 2 negro boy wh itabout2 "' ,,,,
of J. v.111CKMAN.Feb. addition hi two void. 8vo. taken laeasurua to plaoe it upon A.pew,and;improved
Future, do. 2 1 self years age: blackcarries He hirn- 15, 1821. (f.27) 3t mar 10-ly foundation, and to endow U with adVantA -- :-f
Old law advertised letter 2 erect and stammers. is about 5 gee possessed by: few similar.institutions ia the "-AUhoagb these works are-.4LingeIAsd bi ,
fact 10 inches in height. A of
Present, do. 2 cts., when in 2 papers. 4 will 4 bo for his reward ten dollars IS DELAIVAHE COLLEOEV I coantrv. The Academy'', heretofore merged In political shades above indicated, yet but,.a i.ma1L.
paid apprehension,delivered tome BOOKS: PtrnMSHED AND PRESSfa
I the College, and of course subject to All the portion 'of their contents 1* devoted to pelitie4
B Faculty Instruction oft hii Institution
Future, do. 1 or plated in such security thai I may recover, -ItV CHAKLES C. LITTLE & JAMESBOSTON I Inicoww : '
Present him. ft. R. SADLER. under its present, organisation,-eoiuLats evili which have been found to, attend the amalgamation 'subject It is'their literary character Ie-9
do. California letters half *
40
oz. St Johns the following named Professorships, to wit: I of the -two'departments in,the same gives.themtheir'chief.valae, sadja ths&th.y'>
Future law. 61 OrtigaPlantation, River, apr5, 1851'apr.l7 'TTNITED STATES STITCTES ATLAEOE,vot.IX. A professorship of mental and moral science! I buil4ing and unaer.tlieeuneguvernment,, now st-and confessedly far Above all otker jovnab of .-

Panama and Chagres. 30 1 tf _, Will fad-published on the first of April A professorship of the greek and latin languages. -I enjoys th privilege of a separate'tstabluhnienl. thcir ehus Sladswood, still under the masterly,. -
Fulure law. next. uThe Statutes atLargeand Treaties of without loain* tb =*e which result from its relation ernldftca of ChriaUroher North,maIntains itesa.cieni "!
20 .. _. .
XewnansTille town lots for Sale. the United States of America,Volume IX," corn A professorship of mathematics' and natural to the College proper i eeI.briy&ntUthII Urns, n b *

Present law, circulars prepaid. 3 I THE undersigned will of&r for sale, before the irising all the legislation Of the Congress, of the philosophy.A A large and elegant edifice; with,all the necessary tractive,from the serial work ofjtelwer Aa
i\ewlaw. 9 1-I Hoiuedooriii tn Town of Ncwnaus- United States from 1S46 to 1S51 inclusive; royal 8 1 professorship of rhetoric, and belles-lettres. fixture*of a complete boarding establishment, er literary notables, written for that Hagaiia v ,_
European letters same as formerly. vile, on the first Monday (being the 5th day) in To., about 1100 pages. Price $3,50, in superior A professorship of chemistry and natural his has been erected and furnished,in which the students and first appearing its colamni'both in-Gem* '*'

May next, several lots, the property of the lat law binding. tory, of the Academy board,under the immediate -am'
POSTACf OS KEWgPAPEKS. Francis R. Sanchez, deceased. _' This volume is a continuation of- the Statutes I A professorship of civil.englneeringi barge of the Prmeipal and .his 'Aniat44t5-nd -The Caxtonaaad My NN.ye"fboth by.Bu1wer. .

Weekly papers sent free of poslare"in the I Most of the above lots are situated in the most at Large in 8 rots published by authority of A professorship of modernlangnages and draw- all iU exercises are conducted on A system-of its .) My-Peauuqlar jIlAn S41 ;Gs ,

where under three 1 Business andpleagactpartof town, and would Congress in 1815-6. ing. ; *! own, uaiiitercptedbj. the interests tor Qpcrtian :'-aad other Mriala, of which awrosa eIL-
county published. Papers 1 be very desirable for the purpose, either of business A Camrfttt Synoptinl Iiidex to the United The Collegiate year is divided into- two- seat-ions- of the other'department./ furniture,of tthtudy 44litiuns are iamad by-th*-Icad ax. publuitenla,

ounce, for the future'law, will be charged or residence. States Statntet Large incioding those of the or terms, of twenty-one weeks euch. The first -rooms and;dormitories,: oal,been, chosen thii cohntryiih, to fee xepaatiKi "by t&e e pcW,

at the following rates: ft>Terms made known on day of sale.jGEO. Blat Congress, prepared under an order of the cession commences on the fourth Wednesday of with peculiar reference to comfort and convenience lUhers from the pages of Blaekwood, after sAi S

ililes Weekly. Semi- Tri- More than I : W. SANCIIEZ.Ad'mr. Senate, and to be published agreeably to a resolve October;and the second on the fourth Wbdueaday or study; and no expense has been spared in jro- bergs i***- s by .SItiwa--&na4 CoBcriben ,. that.nh-.
wTtly. w'kly.Tri-w'kly Apr.5,1351.' -l7-4t of that honorable body. Royal 8 vo. of April. Each u followed -by -a:vacation.of tiding-the aiparatus.necessary 'to, render the to the Reprint that Magazine may alt

Under50 ( ew bill) ScU lOctslScU 23 cUPraentnUe This Index will refer, under copious titles, to five weeks."COURSE.- means of instruction complete; giving to Newark ways rely onying t1mesr1eSt- ,eacJinoC th qa.
i -
U 24 36 43 HEADQUARTERS ) each law, and every Joint and Senate and House OFINSTRUCTION.FRESHXAK .- Academy facilities for pri rote study And eonrfbrt- scin&ti2ngt -- -" -:'- .

Over 0- nder 300 10 20 3)) SO resolve, public or private,which has been passed able accommodations of students, fully eunaFto, -
Present rat 18 36 54 108PYec3J0widerIt15 Second Division F. M.OflDEIL j adopted under the Federal Constitution,so that CtASSt..'Livy,begontXenophoa hoaeafionledbymany of our colleges.* "For onebf thefour I&viewa; $3 eoi'*' -
30 43 73 > the reader may see at ft glance the whole law on Anabasis;Algebra"bgnn; History, begun. I From intimate relation to the Colfeg, stu-; any *'d faf'For t
Praentrate 18 36 54 103 No.4. J any single subject. U. Livy, finished;Homer's Odissey, gn.1 lents of the Academy enjoy many advanfagea I For any tbra'd twe .fc to* i .
OverI000-tznder20002O I. J. BleRobert Butter, of the County Just published, Domat (M-) deli law in -its gebra finished; Geometry, begunhitorycon lot generally obtained at'institutions of this kind. : any .
40 60 100 of'the'RSLYSeaI
of Dnval, Laving been duly by the Major tinned. -' For all font ,. .- .. orFoiilaehirod'sagsime.
appointed to braoca
IWatnto 18 36 54 108 Natural Ordrr, translated into English by Wm.' HUM who w'I5lt| pursuesome jiarticnlar *13
Over axw der WOO 25 50 75 125 General Commanding, to be Judge Advocate Strahan,LL.D., Advocate in Doctors Commons. 'HI. Horace, begun; Homer's.Odissey,finished; which falls more properly within the college course Foz IIIaOkWOOsLn4IthfOe Retiow. : *, ':'t
of the Second Division of Florida Militia with the Edited Hon. Geometry five books history, finished. be admitted to recite in of the College I
,from the second London Edition, by ; may any.
thereat ,
Present rate 18 30 64 10SCher For Hlaekw.od rank and title of Lieutenant -Colonel,-be will LUTHER S. CtTsrrrxo, Lrte one of the Judges- in JITJIOE Cuws.-1..Tacitus; begun; -?The Prometheus Usses. ,.Students aba of proper ace'ond- disere- wZZ&H -
30 60 150
4000 90
For Farmeft uide,(complete
therefore be respected and obeyed accordingly and Electra of Sophocles; recommendation the -
of of
the Court of Common Pleas j now Lecturer "On Eschylns, ion, by Principal* *nd
1'reei4rate 18 36 54 1U8tfewepapers liy order of Major General- HOPKINS. Civil and Parliamentary Law la Harvard University. Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus; Natural permission of the Fannlty.'may enjoy -ataof I Payment s'to be iade ia aQ case* injMjyaA*;

not containing over 300 equate OSCAR HART, In 2 vols.. Royal 8vo. TheologyJ3videpces of Christianity .' he College Library, withootaddifional charge. S. CLUBBING. ,J -
inches, one-fourth the above rates. Adjutant General, 8. D. F. M. "' Among the writers on the Roman. Law whose II, Logis;Mental Philosophy;The Alccstis of Admission also may be Jtadto the.Lecture -and Aabove di
Monthly newspapers one-fourth, and Jacksonville,March 20, 1851. a3. -works are best known te English and American Euripides;TacitnsfiinubedrN ataral l'bUusopby; such other,privilegwiof the-College'-AS eaa,b print-wi (a UaU.rd rii$.

ine-half : lawyers, and which,have exerted the most influence Mechanics begun. --- '" profitably enjoyed by *cdemniealstudenta.* iouy or mera- cohOf.: e or'met-th.,
semi-monthly of the postage on a WANTED TO HIRE.-A good servant upon our Jurisprudence, is DOMAT, "whose III. MorarPhilosophy; Plato's GoTgiar. The I The charge forJBord ag-waibing; AieC lighto. Abort wnrk'uzsz 4 ecpie*. of,JSekwoo4 v.>

weekly newspaper.KEwsrirrBs who can cook, wash,and iron.- work,entitled Tint Civil Law in its Natural Order Captive of- lautus; .Mechanic*.- Hydrostatics, .,"with Tuition in English*Latin,-and Greek, one,'of.the jlWtw,will be-sent ta .q mddrtn Ibr v

ciacnaas HAXD-BILLS For such a one a good place may be had on application ." says Judge Story (Preface to Bailments.) Pneumatics' and Meteorology..] .- is seventy dollars for tho.ummerSesaionand $9 r 4 copies; ,of the.foaf Review* aad BlAckw ff .:!.
PISIPIIIATS -
to COLUMBUS UREW, ,SoraoMOBE CLASS.-L Horace,fimbhud;Aeno- for the Winter vSessionw iTia only
"considering the agfc and the circumstances :in seveaty-Bve -for.?30 ; and so on,' v'r ,.. --'
1OJO4e
PESIODIC1LS, ETC. Apr.3-tf Republican Office. which it was written, is a truly wonderful performance. phon's M.emprsbiliaj Geometry;finished; Rheto; extra ar. one dollar per session for incidental ex- frouvj( wit.iBiiatbe.Mat.ajrt
For any dust' e otcxe'dicg 500 miles,1 ct.per ox His method is excellent, and his matter nc, begiar, :* lenses,and A fee of eight dollars for Modem Lanniages -, lheZLzherLU DO duooant C n t fri a -'
Not. exceeding 1, 00 M 2 lit clear, exact,and comprehensive.") II.Cicero de Amicitia and de Seneetute;Hero- And 'A fee-of five -dollars,for Drawing,,, cant*allowed to> <-* j ?
the Eastern Circuit Court
.4- 2, 00 Z" ** ** : The object of the author in this learned-production dotus begun' Plane Trigonometry;SphericI2kgonometryj.ttbetorie rpntaosewUa enter these classesThje' SI ** Colombia County, Florida. continued.In. and vacations of the Preparatory l>epartmen
3,800 4 ,was to disembarrass those ofthe principles le received ,. "-I
i 'r-iJ
Any diitace eieeedlng UCO ** 5 JOSEPH A TDKEWS } In Chancery, and pro visions of the, Roman law, which are cicero de Offieiia; Uerodotui.fnlsbed; Surveying rs,the same u those ef the College. I ..itemittnss.essmsaies.tacsis rte
V Analytical'Geometry;, begnnj'lthetoric, Rev MATTHEW ME1G;*, A.M.,.
vsDozois of general interest and application,from the tech-, ; -
J
Subacribera all : : -
to periodicals must pay ASHHEWS. j Bill for Divorce, localities of the system,'and,by presenting them flnishe& President Delaware tofleggvI4ip1aare. !:

one quarter7* postage in advance; aol in appearing to the satisfaction of this Court in*natural and scientific method,to render them E oa-CuCBs.i-l.PolitieaI'Pliilosophyf The 3 April 3d. '

such cases the postage shall be one-half the I r that the Defendant Dorcus Andrews resides more intelligible,and their attainment more 'useful Andria of Terrenee;The Clouds ArUtophanesJ.-

foregoingratu. beyond the limits of the State of Florida, to wit and agreeable; and,' though the- work.was Acoustics' ,Optics EleotriettT/Magnatism.-' 'pBospEcrs or'THE":- -
French II. Element* of Cntujism; .Butlers ,Anatoffy; Mlauta (O* ;;=
Bound books not weighing over -32 ounces in the State of Georgia. t, particularly intended for and adapted the Demosthenesde Lo- !
On motion of James M.Baker,Solicitor for jurisprudence of the age, it is not less applicable Cleero'i TnsculanQuestions; rI1E ercises'of thIs new scbp.oinseIy-s
may be seal by mail at the above rates. of law of which the Roman code Tonal Voltaic Electricto r-Galvanbmj ElectrOf t-e Commeroe"Agrird1tnrLIteratere. t
Complainant, It U ordered that the said Defendant to every system 1rToted 0*t T- -i W J-- l- -$ -w4
All printed matter sent by mail rnuet be pre appear,plead,answer or demur,to the said<3 Is either part,or in which it is recognised AS a Magnetism, eto.EcctroIl7umica and th .General Interest ofthePeep1e- -' lajt Y im g j f jfi \

paid, and, if cent without preayment, i is Bill within three months, or the same will be taken body of written'-reason.. Besides; the general ill.: Astronomy Th Constitution, begun.of th. llnite&*.Stei; Independent of Party., and *

charged double the amount of the'"abore as confessed. : ; ': claims which the work thus possesses to the attention Astronomynnlshed'TheScienC8-orJIeAt-T-- >er-- -
rates. "' And Ills farther,Ord re4. that copy'of this of the American lawyer; Domat has a peculiar rBTIIE undersigned propose* to publish,;raj? -
and Geology
rder July certified be published in some,public Interest in those of the',States, whose,legal mo-Electricity; Chemistry .L the tbove title, A weekly newspaper, to be -thur aeait4 &,.S

THE BOAT"CAGE Newspaper of the Eastern Circuit f Florida-fus Institutions are- derived! *n partfronr-bose *" PHILOSOPHICAL |A PAftATpS.'The !\ ,? devoted to the purposes above ep cifled. '
at Brunswick between the space ihrda months "' 1 ll""" *' Prance jSpftjo, iwd jtp.thRf Jstgiged hthq. *frinan. CoUege is provMe4 with sjhUosopbical Having badmanJr years experience BJHiaEd--

the Kate'Kckan belonging to Rfr.-RANDOLPH MareU21,1831, 'fFlznad) law. '-iifl. K* i Apparatus, Out fambbe* ample meansof
SPALDIKC, and the John Dufonr, belonging r THO, DOUGLAS. "Thereasonsn4rpn4ope.d| lcKfW'the part eim illustration in *11 the diflerentbTAnebea of editeirial.-cureer aa*I gnarautee of what the paper I rand lindistine1r9I

to !1r. DAVID BAII.T, took place on Monday, -: Judge &e, &fI I of the publishers that &modern d&Ittion'of4b11" Kat rAl PWlaaopby.- The wm of three bouaand he now propose to publish shaH be. :

the mile. Czriri; the,above to be a true Copy ef the celebrated work would be acceptable to :the, pro- dollar fca rMeLSr-beea expended.PArtlj la this No article of a */%* **SAW*'wa -offensive character ,
distance The Kate Ken-
beinj; one : Original order in the above stat* feeaion;and have led them to engage Jn arepublicaUon country i and partly in Lodo .and Daris- "*--the shall ever- Appeafln ohitouf the Giette. su!imrt at 1$rea. *.5 .1Mk .

tin came oat'WHjner' by some. fifty yards. s.ease., .- Witness ay hand and the< of,the ..English}ran lation of it by Dr. purchase new apparaios, adapted to.tue preseut -, TJie poUticaljartieMir% 4la7 ahall be treated., bran f: bookie -

The sum betmwi00aa: besides several -Seal of said Court this 27th,day *f Strahan. ftdvaaced stale or th j>hyHleal, ; ince; With strict ImpArtiaUtr.. In short,it shall always. e'y lr d--d4o.ai'
) *others alto- March, 183L SCAEBOKOUOR ClTt C. 4-- be the aim iflbe "Editor toC jrwfcr his paper a '
large amounts by making C
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FROM Ho*. JUDGE EUSTIS, CHIEF JUSTICE ,J uiefnl And interesting FAmUy urunj,. 'rion'tof-tatentj!waeka each;tfor* wiU.b*A&leartfOntpnblw ,
tether A* tnc1'p rliaj as IO..OOO.The OF TILE STATE OF LOUISIANA At thethmmhra dose of each study,' Branch of jtody, Ternus Tljr**Dollars P Annum,j yaW o 'ejaminatioo jeaefa Mffljon, aa4 A qaaf rf
Kate Kenan blacks and' the ths carefullY examined.kni ; wiflbt
was rowed 07 nf slass ira terry report- Mnt-lotach-pariaL aj aat.
--
John Dafouf/by whiles- ach boat Slaving In, Duvnl Circuit Court:' T BBOO JNK, OCT.Jl. 1330. Ai the close of thjftjeAMn aiithe itnueef dian,
: Gaxmaxir I bAve examined tho aheeU of the in the .*ConunltleeToJ ni
eii :JS'CHANCERY year, pretence<:* -Ii:3. idttorandProprieto
oars the translation of the admirable work'-of'DomatontoftiCivU -
Eflxsbeth-JsneBa1I.-) Trustees; And their*tuinmeflt >re. eommamfeij: ?.* -r* 5rseloe8tQurth,1rtthlrl
:LAW which have been'klud *
yen ted to the Board of TteM
A lover writing to his sweetheirt.eays; ys. ) -- Dzvozcj:. enough to sendtns: ; You Jtmw ,), the science of law the a 1t1LtGIOUS --
service to by publication. -
Delectable graM
"dear- roo are: BO swcct'that: TTT appearing to the Court by Affidavit made la The formAf th* English .edition of the 1n ed1 U4sflyss.rn1it* d vdnI-pre A 1jstWCfame4 :;.

honey ,would blash ,uL: voer :preflcoce, and A. this ease.-that the Defendant James Ball resides t-ransIaUouwu too large and Ineanvenlent- and et,,dlviaeiroTshiB tabeld twice *every- thllddOO&ar4, Ute f-3flepZI library and IaI4ittJ.xpenaer qss : 5taa1efteduetIs1

JUoIaa3es Hand appalled out of the State of FlarldA,and ia the Stats iU careity!and;higb price prevenf dTlU general and tn.ndtoUoB Mofttoyfjotninff mhaay. Florida Art-re
-of Georgia ?' uaa l .this< ountry, -:Th 'present liublKJAtion;, In sitsparent Groek Testament;.'-At threqo nt-an
Anti-el; at tit* ackaonTlU IIoUl, It it Ordered*That the Tuwtfcif cf4h. facts fru iteIornits rl ef exseutloa; ndmffderate often4 state h rtdtT>'re.ent th. ri'for ilaminatiiiii wllh--
charged L ',said 6mof CoasnSmiat** had at tfc*' Tirke,I think-ewoet fall la remnneratiBg yoo> scjiset.w nbIp wbloh 1* buze bed'b kwte
[Cou Srjterrixe'tav, Proprietor.] expiration three Jta :tii fromth dae trjikU The traaaIaion by Mf trshae1ms be t4e4 parent & 'tJ'-

Apri1 IZ.-$. A, Htt&eU;Ocala, HA. M. M Order Prmndtd Tiat- *-. opy of fMe? rto it lain themaia.orrect-but willbe improved nnAn the H.L H-

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j: WAJ B. Kn.VOli.. :'. public generally that he baa eottBwnecd ,- ..1II.* *,.."t N w .. ...A.-',., I stockTemhraeing besides a gre4 variety of other : .., '. .<
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. S Ttisa. DoQan i! ,' business u J acksonvflle East Florida' tad sol! >t JB '"ef articlergenerally, of the following character anddcscriptjont cfI(
{ .Three per'aanum. payable! : J_ ., -> .OJYl .. will resume -.her rIps' by leaving -Savannah. : .
ordering the Paper.Smbscriptftmt ., give the arrangement cltt patronage-. having recently visited New fork; Thursday; the 27th fast and will105P..'Palatkaoa I I Agricultural and hortienltnral {mplcsients 1 jt 44
tpon ,
& & Hiiladelphia .Baltimore, end 'SavannahIt Saturday and Jacksonville even of every variety,of.the most recent and ;
on
Saturday
. JnTaoi palj, dorsUi* tiplratlon and prosecution of,.claims be ooi-. which places complete arrangements' have. teen ingthereafter'continuing, Wleavegu1rve- ''I''lasyeartd description; five hundred plows of every .,'I--

S ,..ttbe7wiibRge4 gress.,or ofthe Executive Departments., made for the mecesoful prosecution,of kinds ryyeek- "" i d*acirtioa'mat.rialZIOr' tanners,.CTUriert, and "

S Advertisements will be Inserted at the following Claims arising&from the RevolntlonzryMonlds; ofbniioen,in'which'our Southtm :Planters, 'are or freight or passage, having superior awornttions 11 It tar and iron tounden. nbraclng every article r I jg- ,Z'1) < lr.S,
i interested.. Good of wfll be in their all took -
line including
every description: apply on board, onto the Agents used i j necessary [ {
ttUar One DoUar per square (oftwelve lines)for or Mexican wan; J..I'RtUoDla.p procured,at thojt:notice and supplied at very FERNANDEZ, BISBEE& CO.,: lie.: at manufacturers'prices. 'fI4

,j ate Ant aad SmaVjrFjiv Cents for tjery subsequent ,: or Widows, Pen ; Ar1; uiAtt.norm: ", Jacksonville. I A1sczLLA ncrosRoller' and ,common gins

PRODUCE of every kind will be received 'I. GEO.. COOLEY Picolala., Jack screws store and cotton 'trucks wheel barrows .
.Insertloa. :To yearly AdraUsen e. liberal t, Land or Scrip, under law of ). t :
talor; shipment,upon which liberal advance will 1" l/ R. R..REID CO.,.Palatka ,road scrapers hydraulic rams, force pumps,.
. r aen1 w >etaade. A1 rau.' Advertise- 847"or.August lo1 Arrearages,Pay and In made.' Arrangements made for Slapping Tim A; COY, Black Creek.: S patent,chains to,facilitate the drawing water "p' ,

t meita(except by person, tatlag a running account ?lOeage due rtr Volunteers; Claims for 6"of every IAFJ!,. -, SS lb.27'S 1m Georgia and French burr millstones;calcine castings -p

'. r with the oOet J must be'paid for previous to p t tf. Horses lost and Property ;'Ex- OOK :R It STATIONERY eveiywarietj -S ; Plasterers' and raw.for farmers; plantation 'AND ALSO. TO'o{
dero1o *will be on hand ...ehoritice. Mills smut mills mill irons: 1
kept or supplied on NEW PRY' ; corn and' ; screws,
GOODS STORE.
. I 1 .t1.L, 'p.lcm Y lunte'btor being.mus- i v' _" ", ,, ,,- bolting cloths,'picks reeds, shuttles and general is.' P TOWNSEND'S AFFIDAVIT

: f tenons at a distance can,govern thet ) mit. ; Waggon-nasen -I, Through arrangemeat4& Siok PubKAtn I 'G. '",W. ;BARTON' finding for cotton and woollen manufactories. :

tMrtes for advertising by the ratess i ik and* Tuiistens'.cIaIms'Msrines'.uflon'&e.&e flatter myself that country deders can be supplied MILL ,MACHIHERT TOOLS, fee.-Having the S ate..r tbi
. following ., I Just received from the North and We 4etlr t* al Ibi t yaUI to Ike fcn* .
better ;
with SCHOOL BOOKS on terms than now for various.std manufactories
they .extensive- ,
On* square (twelve Hues J published six months ; S I can hare their orders filled in NewYork.It HAS arm for Sale in the building formerly,occupied we agency shall be prepared at all times to furnish every l a(Card if the Wfcetertle Dra, iiu ia:skis ClS..
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v -'. -i j jS 'all the forms for'a as the Post Office and handsome w a.ilgaed cii for Ib.U.tramgws. JI1 5i.tkt.
310 00 Having .necessary proper shaQ be my aim to satisfy all who) may favor .a new assortment species of machinery on the shortest notice;

.S Two squares,for six months 1500T S irescntaliin of claim*,.together with i the .rules me with their patronage; ,both. as regard price often at of very Fancy low and prices Staple for Cash Dry Goods and ,*..which'he The highest market prices paid at all times for I'IaMa a.U
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and respectfully bides-- All of'the
S Ketlees to debtors and creditors s, 700 regtioD governing the diferent Depart. quality.. ?AGENC1ES.- Invites the citizens of Jacksonville and the wool sheepskins, and the usual produce commission. .yittlai the 1.. Uo"'b&ea the whele.OK Dr.:.teeri
.e State sold for
received and
of undertake of viainity to call and examine his ed\.prefereaee u a.... ... 'Oae ef U.reaeeai'liot'jB
.!-Z Application for letters administration% ,' 6 00 I prepared 1 o, The" agencies'of ae.m.l''imp rlant Pevrcr poodl.TIoUi to S. & H. HOYT &.CO S ..
wkOe
I purchasing elsewhere. Also- *4OO we*,thai II sever soulS. ,P'.v 414 brmeeiaiUf
: Netlee et ApplicaU. t for dismissal as Admlnlsrator what kind soever, may rqu.' MXDICIXES hare.been obtained, among-which is Z:4 and 4-4 Venetian Stair Carpeting. from;15 toS !No..'171 'Bq street, Savannah,;Ga k."t the-hettle*SO ,..aUT. IbiS it use kately v.

.' _.S S. .- $10 00 ot an at this place.; '.kl...I pit'.
Aeuc
S 5 25 cents. KPKWSCKS!-Messrs. Padelford, Fay & Co.; "
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For anneuncement of candidates fer office, 5 00 attention to the settlement e.-f1'N aj ? Swift 'Dcndow Webster. -tr" .''I s kpIigIb. seeder(sea
I f Parieu pf Ppr 4-4 Chamber and Parlour. Ingrain dor from 45,to ;& ; coct. ,, ,. .
IT.announcement will be made unless the same Quartermasters'accounts.Charges 62 1.2 cents v THECARD.S

te accompanied with the amount charged. and regulated by the amount 4-4 Super Rag do..'37 1.2 cents.. ,Atlanta (Ga.) Female 8emlnsurjr<, .
moe Men's We tie Tralenn. D"SXiU ef IkCUJI'ew y-
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Boots and :
heavy Kip Brogans. exercises of this echo commenced
pp Editorial notices for private benefit-will beAbrctd eie the..eten' of services required. Women's,Girls and Boys Bootees. THE the first. Monday ia neW'.Julywt. under the u sc,... say that U tigaiat a Card ttat we-kad.dealt to I.P. .

double the rite'ot i.dvertl4ag.t '. a oDI. to. insure insertion, must 'tANVR4.UG.E. .Men's Black Silk Hats, from'2 to S,, charge of A.R. Kellam principal the literary .....*'* SarMparflla.114...Ulead te exereMiarCBialeB

:,t .Kettxieva,Obituary,and Marriage. notices will b postpaid. dt 4t Mens and Boys glazed Caps.; and hb accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental U.refereaee te aaj 014."pr i.Isi1 eaaliUoe wkiek Uet erthe
1 Silk and Gingham Umbrellas.. department; with assistants of bighi qnali- pr pu tloa kaewa ae Ja..b Tiwaeud'.IUM-

: bepblisb.ds.S' 'Carpet Bags. fications. ,The -Institution will .be divided into Barilla nay have, a*we deal!. hetb alad*. -

.t '. S .S I.CemmnaJoations must be post paid. S Oscar Hart, I Ladies elegant New Style White and colored four classes fourth,third,junior, and senior. A BCHIEFIXLIN, BROTHERS tt CO,Ut sad IN J
' A1.TORtfEY T LA W. Sun Bonnets, Ladies colored Straw Bonnets and preparatory department will be attached to the .
.. R'EM.EQY WORMS. .Winter Hoo J8. .Also RU8HTOX CL.UUC.Co.IJO fc 971 Zmt4waykH
school and conducted under the supervision of the .
Office the Second "
: at the Conrt-houte S --S -S
. upon for Canton Crape and' ,, Aator 1IoII.t. T,
: PHILIP FRAZER, ". Cashmere .Scarfs: Shawls, principal. The school has been furnished with a -S
S FOrth atle' S Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging"together with an fine and well selected apparatus globes;astronomical NORTON,BABCOCK t WOOD, 139 Maidca La,lt.T

;It S ATTORNEY.*! COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WILT practice i the ler counties of the unquestionably the best WORM MEPICINK In use; assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Ginghams Chintzes -, geographical, phooographical,sound charts, B HAVILAN,KEESE ft CO..80 Maiden LamJi
U is and be '
:1: ;: : JACK80KT1LLS, TLA., Earn Circuit of and attend to the a positive remedy can always depended Mougline De Laines Cashmeres,' Shirting 1 maps &c., on a large scale, to be seen and read DAVIIJT., LA10IANU Water Street, ? i*
: and is safe in Iu
? S Will'attend any professional bwfnezs entrust. collection ordamsapiDlt the United States for on perfectly "operation."ALSO Sheeting,Osnaburgs and Tweed Cassimeres! ; also, distinctly from any part of the room. ,A good library .: HA1DOCK CORLIEVt CLAY,318 Pearl StreetOSOOODk a* .
; a variety of Sinallwares White and Colored Shirts, of choice books also belongs to the school :
JENNINGS 139 Fe.rlatr.
: i j' S .it*him fat the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, Military services, and for Horses lost, or other DARLEVS ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY Black and Colored Silk Cravats,.&e.,&0.. for the ns of the pupil, ; i"ulto.'Stnet, U

::: and the Supreme Court .at Tallahassee. He has property lost or destroyed by said service An article of great merit and which no one who Jacksonville Nor..23th 1800: tf The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions LloIlI'iOR" CO..2J.& ., ;.
90 St W Maiden
tpID J. It J.F.TRIPP, Laue. .
: claims for soldiers owns a Horse should be without. of 'weeks each there will be at least
r. f e.JIo such' an 'advantageous connection with an ,A pensions ,or twenty ; Job
: IlL"ST HOCGHTON Street, .
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: 1 aMe Lawyer>aL.Waahlngi, D city, as will ensure ,and orphans of deceased so din', Or. Christie' Galvanic Belt, Bracelets, In the Circuit Court for the Stale of Florida' one public examination each session and a quar.O Jt KINSLEY,41 CortlaadtSt '.
will be sent to each
terly parent or
report guardian
,; t S prompt and-speedy collection of such claims as Also, claims for butr,1Dd to officers and soldiers Necklaceand, Magnetic Fluid. in and for ill* Southern Circuit. :. giving a full and fair statement of the stand- WALTER B.TOWNSEND fc CO.,228 r earl It. d.

,:: / a&1 be placed In ,his hands, against the United and the orh of deceased officers For the Removal_ Jfervout and Permanent Diuatft, : Curt of all For Monroe County. ng, deportment,'and expenses of the pupil. -OLCOTT M'KESSON tt CO.,137 Maiden Lane, ..

.J'' States. and soldiers. And of those Complaints which are caused by BILL IN CHANCERY FOR DIVORCE. RATES OP Tcfnox.-Preparatory class; .pee S JOSEPH E. TRIPPE US Maiden Lane, ..

.:t 1 t' Sept. 1.1349-ly Also,will give his attention to.conveyancing, an impaired,weakened or unhealthy condition of Edward F. Griffin,.Complainant, session 98; fourth and third classes, 15: junior pou it PALANCA M John stMONTAGUE -4..

:1. S to''exsming titles and records, and ascertaining tbo S S vs. and senior classes, 20; music piano forte.20; gni. WARD fc CCs 83 Maiden Lane, 4V'A

H ) NERVOUS SYSTEM.This Patience S. Griffin. tar, 15;ornamental branches, 10; vocal music 2; THOMAS & MAXWELL 88 WIlliam iL' ,

: J. ,P. 8AXDKR80K claims to'laDd. beautiful and convenient application of the appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by library and incidental expenses,per quarter ACKSON, ROBINS It CO,134 Wettr St ia
All business entrusted him will with IT No received for"a less time than one session
to meet pupil
L mysterious of GALVA NISM MAG
and
. powers its records that said Bill
has been' 10
ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOR AT LAW, filed, and I unless GRAHAM k CO, Old Slip 4e
and made for
T his ofleefrom Columbia prompt attention; and all instruments of writing I ETISM,hasbeenpronounoed distinguished by due proof that the said. Patience Griffin resides no deduction protractedsicknc8l. MARSH ft- NORTHROP,89 Pearl St 'I*
't removed physicians, both in Europe and the United States, out of this State.'n.is Ordered. That
.tl HAVING will be executed by him with neatness and dospatch. hearing'on
fc COmN.IIU'ear18L ia1NGER3OLL
Dnval From their and former HERWOOD
to Jacksonville County, experience success,
to be the moat valuable medicinal discovery. of the said Bill be bad at the next Term of this Circuit thear :
.. respectfully: Informs his friends that he will continue .Agt. : Provided,' That this Order be published in I' eel confident ofxendering full satisfaction. : fc.BROTHER.230 Purl St 'd*
facilities for imparting instruction :are rarely 5. A FAHNESTOCK CO.,49 Joan St .
dIa
25 1851.
tf
Jacksonville.
the of his profession as formerly a. DU.'WILCOX'SContponn1 some public newspaper in this State for the term I
ill S practice equalled. The advantages of.the location need I eeaacetiea wit this .. (I**a. oxtreet.f a Car f..
I!. will attend at each and Terra of I I Extract of.Sarsapatilla, of four months before the. first day.of the. said next Access the its eftkea
.; every Term of Court. not be mentioned. to place unequalled I 1AM b 7.n tie priaeipel rtt Ul "ft.I. city BOOM

,-4 the Circuit Court in the several Counties oft S Jf BAKER, Original of Townsend't. said JOS. B., LANCASTER and health undoubted. Board can be'had in the the lugeit aad.laeet .._ la .. Vetted' lutee.

JAM IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY,, Southern best families on reasonable terms... For any information early tweaty Pbyiieiaai giro tkeir ,la..J' $1... U\We
the IT Judge Circuit State of Florida.
Judicial of
the Eastern Circuit County
'. ATINEY AT LAW, easily proved by us, thatTOWNSEND OSSIAN B. HART wanted address the principal,'Atlanta, Card there are ae twe epiaieae ia tkia Batter. OH 1.Jacob .

:! Hamilton, the,Middle Circuit the Supreme: Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida,; Solicitor for ,Complainant.Dec G a. oct24sim towaiead'i StrtapariUa U nu Sartaparitla saC bepreferable
Court at .baaee and the U. Court at S ia tkeir esUaiaUea te S. r.'.srti.Zs.Beth .
S.
: SIC did obtain from DR. .WILCOX the receipt for ; 19, 1850 4m 1 .
Aagmstine. AO business entrusted to his manufacturing the original .: Columbia: otinty Sheriff's Sale.By -
M WhIT SMITH M. O'BRIEN
If
' .t.teDtion.r WILCOX COMPOUND DISSOLUTION 'CARD TO THE PUBLIC.fTe -
1' wiD receive prompt AND FORMATION OF virtue'of writ of fL'faIssuedl: from the ,
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW and that he
did the character and
after' reputation
r A..raa-J. P. SANDERSON JacktonviBe, the COPARTNERSHIP. Circuit Court Columbia county, wherein jthe tTaderaignee'. Phy.i.iaa Bad DragxieU .f 5few"

Dwml County, ffanda. Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M ., was established as being most, Copartnership p heretofore existing under Joseph B. Watts is the Plaintiff, and Wm. Casonis York. BrooMjn and milian .b r(, fee called ... te Ute

Jacksonville, Jan.. 17, 1800. tf SMITH, I M. O'BAIE5 EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINEin THE firm of Cureton Titus & Harris, is the Defendant,I shall expose to sale to the highest ear p r>oaal .1: .t tie real merit ef the ,..TewaetaeVSamparillae.
..t WBI. ( the world for the following diseases such I his day dissolved by mutual consent. bidder.before the Court House, door,in the Of the elaima preferred tke aartieat 5rps1
-- | Office at NewnansviRe.
; Aig..tor. : as Scrofula Consumption King's Evil Salt.Rheum CURE L ON,'TITUS & HARRIS: Town of Alligator'in Columbia county, on,the SarupazflTa we hare aotka(te de.. aad lea._eb.n.-
1.QvEieINTos11
ir Erysipelas, Scald Head Tightness Deo. 20th 1830. First Monday of May next, the following te eettle lh.t matter fcetweea tBemtelTee. Bat.. bet Mat
,
Jacksonville
I ATTORNEY AT LAW BOARDING. of the Chest, Dyspepsia Palpitation erty to wit-Levied upon as the property 0 Frop we..|(" t.fire the ma..wky we preftr...*aad aril Old
VBV HM B W jf
t : Pleasant'and genteel accommodition for single of the Heart,and all The business hitherto Defendant to satisfy aid ft.fa. :' : Dr. Jaeok TnwaMad'e SanaparHla U Mr. 8. P.Tewaewrk,
WILL attend the Circuit Courts inCircuit the EMte rn Nervous Affections General Debility Fluor Al conduced by the above "
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% families be found at Mrs. FLOTARD'S : named firm will''be Lot NumbeT'siz, [6] Section twenty-five,[251 aad leave tke pnklie judge" .et. are deeetven aaewiadleri <
can
henceforward
Court persons o bus or Whites, Rheumatism Syphili, Liver- 'conducted by
States XAugrotine
District at .
the United .
: : ; net t ke tn.te..1I7.detax.iI. .
6 South
in six of
fift.een
Township [ ] Range [15]
I .
the old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Complaints, Cancerous Humors Mecurial Duea
andundertbefinmofCURETON' Our aad ebeerratlea lan tbd tae.
Court experieaee latieCed *
the.Supreme 30 Lot
,4' S. ; &e.&e. & TITUS. East;containing eighty [ ]acrea; Also;
&tTslIahauee'f see, .
il : S and prosecute Claims for citizens 'f been thoroughly repaired and renovated,) oppo For some purpose, and no doubt Jn order. ,to Jacksonville, De. 20th 1850.. tf '' number five, [5] Fractional Section twenty-fire, Oil Dr.'i SarupariUa _,"'.. eal p.rsr sal 1v.tnethia .

t FFloridA against the Government Washington I, sC the Republican office, Bay street, J abn make: it cheap, (for the genuine cannot be made (25] containing one hundred and fifty-five ((15] S. P.Tewaiead'i. tke leetimeayef taefakli.
[ weald ke,II.... aad .. make it
VALUABLE : acres _nd Lot number three [3] of FraetJonalSection eeem te alway a matter
East Oct. without it with LAND FOR SALE. ;
Conrress at the r Flord 2 great expense)pollute minerals ...
; either before or Departments.L S twenty-seven [27] containing e'ghty [80] ef eoBMieaee daty.wkec twe artlelee keariac tkeMaeaaae
each Corrosive
as Sublimate. Snlnher. &]&.
.
&> ADDIXSS, Jacktonvtilt, Eat Honda. Saltpetre,&o. &c. ruE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale valn-I. acres.Alao, Lot number four,' [4]''of.Fractional aad pnrportiag te sirs tke tame dieaae are la markette
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tract of kind on',Lake. the eell that wkiek eeaiider ,lit keet. tke rut ttat S.FTow.n.4sZ.rupaxilla
SULLIVAN.No. Jessnp, on Section [27 containing eighty [801 we
Ma1.1 1850 tfw. JAUES Now in consequence of the above abuses, Dr. S John's'. twenty-seven ] '
1i '\ ia IVfcltaker, near Bay Street, WILCOX has concluded to give his whole time River consisting, of 8,000 acres Two acres ; Also, Lot number seven, [7] of Fractional ha greatly.eered/fermeatea'aad
; :. S. and talents.to the of thousand are first rate hammock land,"equal to Section twenty-seven [27]Containing one hundredand exploded U. kettle, tbereby Rlfiac (reaf dieeitlitaetle tear .
manufacturing
i .J' cR bert Baker, SAVANNAH GA., any in Florida beautifully situated on,the Lake, six [1061 acres; 'Also Lot number.three [3] eaitomen.ki iaflaeaeed aeta ear prefereaea.ef,tke CHd.

WHOLXSAUC AND RETAILTIN HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and in Fractional Section'thirty-six [36] containing Dr.preparatlea.. Wbea u14..'lit ....'. fer ..eatepiaiea .
JTTORlfEY COUNSELLOR AT LA Wt in its primeval state of cotton. The ;
WARE MANUFACTORY vegetable purity so that position of this largo body of fertile fifty [50] ,acres; Also Lot number six; [6] of *wkleh we keliere aader all ebeaauUaee to W tkekett
the afflicted of all classes .mar'have,a healing land on the banks of our great Ravigable river U iM.Dr ld
.t"t JACKSONVILLE E. FIJI.Vftutf Fractional Section thirty-six36 containing;, .we ikevld not kentate(Mef ear prefereaee
: t DIALER IX balm for all of the above complaints.' And from adds ;reat1r to its intrinsic value, and makes I it nine acres; Also Lot number one; [1] in Fractional ."Jaeek TowBeead**; IHlk tkeM.Ie.a>we lew tke p%Wlie
in,the Courts of the EasteraetreuitV his for the but desirable ;
ten
I ; practice knowledge years of the wonderful a object for one or more large
.
Japanned, Brltanla, PI..I.hed W.r. sugar.or Section thirty-six, (36] containing eighty to e Ue if we are aot JaitiSed la :pd..ON JIao.i
: T in Hamilton county of the Middle Cir- se. cfce. healing propensities of his compound he cotton plantations. .. '.' (80] acres; Also, Lot number.:two, [2]in Fractional preparatlea tkat prefereaee wkick it .... te deeerre M a
::1 the hesitates not to say, to yon, that he warrants i a The subscriber also offers for sale 12,000 acres Section medieal. ...u well a*".ekelee.( tke people*a saiLvu.alJy
mitaBcnton aDd uoujieaiutiu of thirty-six, (36 containing eighty .p.
ALL kinds of Cooking Stoves and of cure of AST and ALL of the above disorders I itperae..ered ; on Lake Monroe, on the St. John's river ,well 't' '
.
:J'1 Southern Circuit '{ the' Court at Tallahassee most approved (Rancs. in (80] acres;. Also. Lots numbers one,five,and fix, r..t.U.lu(i fDr.' ,
a Supreme tl according to the directions. Don'tsay adapted to the Turpentine or.Lumber business. "
S D .and in the.Ignited States IltnlctCourt) hotels,And ships; and all Yeslor parlor, that you have tried Sarsaparillas and have The above tracts will be sold on liberal terms. [1, 5,&6]Fractional Section twenty-three,[23cunlaining ] Philip HerkivVP363'Crm 4 1Q A'...B If.T,'
hall, or public places. Stove Pipe and every description not been bcnefitted so t together throe hundred and four (331 I] C. G. N""'.310 B.-.e. M.D.' -'- de. '
won JOSEPH
try
: ; fW the Northern District of Florida; and wfll of Iron Work made at notice. you Jan FINEGAN acres; Also Lots numbers one, four,five,and six, 0.A. KeTiaaa, M.D.. IT*Cherry ae
She S 'DR WILCOX-S. 16.-3m Jacksonville, Fla. 1 4 5 & 6 in Section thirteen H. Wyaana, M. D. C-lambia eer. Xriajtom d*
.' t prosecute claims against the United States before 'For and : Lead ( ] Fractional [131' I. H. Panea. ].D. G56 Cneawick eer.Barrow 5.
Br Pump Pp. For there baa,been of the ;
t. Sheet Iron,' Iron many name cot non containing together four hundred and three;and D.D. Belkaap. ]!. D. WO AT. C .c. SM.
and the at
Congress Departments Washington. P. of Tin Ware can be the reputation of.this article; and we tell yon Jacksonville and AlligatorPLANK.RO4D4v'OTICE. twenty-five-hnndredtbs (403. 25-100).acres, all in A. R. Cue. D. C... Riiatea CkryetU. )..f
CA suppliedat confidently that theSARSAPARILLA Jeha Hi.,...H. D. 194 Sib Lv., .
t i Beljsglocated aJniiu.forZbewrn South ,
: prices as low as they can buy in New York or .. Townshir.BiJt (6) and Range fifteen (U) c.a.n.ui.xD.ws&bAr.- dl
"r. give bis entire and unremitting attention to hisprefecdoa elsewhere.- Orders from ;South, Carolina, ROOT : Ewt.Property pointed out by the Plaintiff.A. Dr.Ceo. i...,. ). D 84 Caaal -', ....
S
and the interior Flord Is,though excellent In its ,of the J. WRIGHT,, Dr. P>pe. M.D. Bnvine.Fonytb Es'
.t aDd all business entrusted to his careS are inferior qualities, one mIlE.nOOKS SUBSCRIPTION to 'the Dr. Fraaeia ). D. 30S RiTiactoa ?' -f;"rE.L.DeGraadTel.V.D.a)8Bre .;, I
Aug. 29, 1850. most ingredients of this,may we not truly, JL Sheriff Columbia Connty. ) m. :Es
J stock
- hall meet with attention. capital of Jacksonville "twt.
prompt and Alligator
t gay fVonder-lvorking Compound ? Plank ; Alligator Feb. 27, 1831. td H. P. Pridhs,..ii. D.a tfc or.Sib 4.J.V.Toiitmss.N.D.3J35tstO ,
Jailuiohvflle 29 1850. tf Now ; Read.Company will be opened a .-" .' t"1.
t August friends these assertions are true to the .? ;
.
r #, -S but I. the store,of Fernandes, Bisbee&-Co. in Jacksonville X. X. Gilebriit. M. D. S>4 Caaal "' .
'. .FASHIONABLE TAILORING. letter we say them not to injure any one, but and at the store os S.L.NibUck& Coat Jacksonville Hotel.fklHE H. L. Pareoa ). P. BCaaal T.l S ,,"
.
because have ,
benefit
a right to the of truth Subscriber become the J.Wkb.r.JLM.D.lEOiivsr '4.
S having
r A Card. Alligator on Saturday the first of March purchaser '" .
and it is also true that if yon will call day JL Cbarlee P. Fay,186 Cbanbere 'I lie
on sole
us, we and of this
, IirTEn>i3O to leave the State:I hare transferred rube' Subscriber would respectfully inform will give you names and residences of people who stock next and is taken.In will.be continued.open until the whole: ,HOTEL, respectfully Proprietor informs the public well generally known Beary. .. Oavidna.Trimmer.Z3 37 Whitehall Mearee -,'. 44.lA. .. 4.. .

business to J.McRonvr BAXER H.. 'the citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity have been cured of diseases which has astonished that be has added to the former house C.Aah... Jr.&$ Ora.4 .,.:, : 0\.1
sy professional he has. taken the rooms formerly not only themselves but their behalf of the Commissioners! twentyoddmore Reakear K. If.'..AW Graal < .. *, "
.
;t Keo>;;Attorney "(;Iiw, .Jac)nTJle,.E. F.,in- by Ct Sanderson as a occupied in names of somt of our.best physicians and also S. D. FERNANDEZ comfortable rooms with over five hundred .. H. w.n.MSth An... .j{ -- ''I
11 ofce. who
physicians, are Jan; 30. 1851.-tf fees front, with piazzas in front and rear, making MUee L. COOL 193 tttt ATtaue'f: ,- i
w t lading all such matters as.were,entrusted tom/ eng on the in which using;reeommending, and selling large quanti Commissioner. i.comfortablo as Hotel in. the South C. Maria.20S Cherry eBeajamia > .,.
he will: 10 merit share of any .. -, 4. :
a the public ties of Dr. Wilcox's D. 29 Spn J
:
IM etre,by Gea:James A..Pedea, of which all inter- He'will Compound. Be very care wfilh now will enable him to accommodate over J.Hptr Lencot, ii Ar.C Es ,
patronage. keep contt- hand a ful to get that with the name of "3. M WIL Jacksonville Male,Institute. .. .
1 sited win please take notice. of one hundred and fifty persons. His table will be Albert W.Uobbl ilaastoa eer. An. D J"
choice anmn' fyte Broa Cloths, cos on the outside label or you be in I- '- under superintendence of Alex. P. Boyd. ISO Hester -.-. ,4.'
may
1 Mr, Baker's business repntation for diligence Came.Vesting, ., which jured rather than benefitted. ""'# an experienced Alfired Maren.Tariek ... IIm nUy .,
A7M. ,
I Trming of the North
order REV. I. SWART ; PRINCIPAL. house-keeper by whose aid he flatters Samael Taylor. 267 Bleeeker : ;i_ ._
t atteotiosi ,well established to b t reasonable .Ifyou wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox Is .. _
aad an sufficiently we himself be shall not be rivalled by any Hotel D.D.T.flss.4ti H a 4.
.
t ensure promptoess to aH. matters in his hands.This'Uaasfer .- Jacksonville JOHN HENRY. have the privilege referring to the first men of in the South, beia now enabled,'by the constant ..1111. Or,.. 101 Chamber* -*.' ,. 4.. .
I .. .. Oc.3d, 1850. the community. Principal Office ,Rata\ tf Tuition. Morille ft RokbUe. fearl eor.Cr* >" .f.
t steam communication '
; Is'. sufficient maalfestatlon of w i iigSavannah and Charles B. Parker. M. Myrtle A*.er. CarreQfl 'kl'
,. my 173 BROADWAY. NEW-YORK Orthography Reading Defining,'Arithmetic ton. to have the advantage the fine markets of .. W. 81"lIb" D. 434me. -S I -."";

F avfidcBCO.professional* ability'and Integrity. T. VAKCK'S And corner Green and Beaver sts.:, Albany and and Penmanship per quarter,''. $4 00 those cities. In addition, he has made arrangements 3..D.P.Ayree LeedaCoart, At snils loT co..- AUaati.Heary., ..',,- "."....,..:.'..

J :,;;:: '\ -CHARLES, P. COOPER. SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. sold by Druggists and Country Merchants .allover Geography Grammar.History, Composi--: ,in connection with the Hotel at all timesto A.n.C bkJ. Jr. Ualea..- L.kl'
; the country. S sition, Elocution and Book Keeping 5 00. furnish fine horses and carriages. for the. accommodation -" C.}. Wright.Colnm. e. Saekett 4.

A. J,;29,1850._ : 7t. ,Attorney at Lav.XeSaT0 rI'he Subscriber le&T to inform the CAUTIONTO THE PUBLIC t Higher branches of an English, Mathematical of his gnestd. 3.. P fl&ywo4.-3Csart.... '.O Myrtle A y...., 3'"Es,
'
JL planters of Sea beg Cotton Don't be deceived and Scientific course,' -, -.600 The increasing reputation which the climate of P. 1&.SmUk eor. Baltie r _..
and the by
,u SOBB Xat V BAKER. ,' .that he them with his pub each bottle ,of Townsend's a certificate attached to The Ancient Languages,,. 1000A 1 Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical C.'C.8." C1I.t'.eo.BalU., .. ,
i ea supply double ad which certifies that J.Badeaa. 161 Myrtle AT,... DaAeU :
t .$1at Lav,7 th' 'it;:E. flofida. single each bottle is compounded and made under the quarter consists of eleven weeks, and two faculty, for the cure of consumption and other J. D. Kewill 36 UnaJ. rllli.Brseklrl....

SEA: ISLAND ROLLER/COTTON GINS. supervision of James R.' Chiltoo Chemist sessions a day: 9 to 12 a.m., 3 to 5 p. m. pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increase L. Partoa n 4. "-. >.lID.
who .
f- 'NOI'ARY.P.UBLIC. ; Exercises of travel to this State the C. B. Clark. X. Moore fc Creeawiek .
during fall and winter
,
; No doubt is longer has been hired for that Now let commence on Monday the 3d day of .
entertained purpose. us H. T. Baih.SIS ,
they see Grceawiek."m. 4.
4 Commissioner appointed by the Governors.of Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters a b' how it looks when this Chilton resides 150 miles February next.Jsnu&ry2S1851. months,of those who seek the relief afforded by a B. ....ZS Broadway *.

I : khe foDowlng States to take Testimony Affidarits from the general satisfaction he has given for the,I from the manufactory.> .This we think a.great ttAdmli11strator'I'Notic milder subscriber atmosphere has determined; and in'view that his of this.exertions tact,the to, 'Bariaf .le.4..ltl"great plemrare'a'r*"CARD TO TBIPUBLIC.

t Dd Acknowledgments to be therein. last seven,e&r he will receive their support. imposition on the public and calculated to de merit the ;which shall be ."pat fortk ky."r Sixty rkyrieiaaa saC Dta0itala

f ; Prices low and the Gins made of the best ceive the unwary, but Judge yo for yonreelves.S e.' him shall patronage be without bestowed tke City ef.New York,, ..: tke nlatir' merit subs twevTewaitad'e
,
Maine m for ,. upon regard to toil or expenee. .
Virginia terials ALSO several Kinds .
Sinaparillac
Vegetablo Pills MONTHS after wkiek iroat "II.
'adworkmblp. SIX date,we shall present all SAMUEL BUFFINGTON.
VrmontNonthCarolina including, Rev. Dr. Hibbard'; well known ant,I. preued ia'fTor OLD DR. JACOB TOWW.&lfJrSU'-
accounts Jacksonville E. F.
'AJD BaulHE Bilious Pills and vouchers to the Hon. Felix .October 3, 1350. tf
: JUasBaebusetts: South Carolina,. for sale cheap, a Gins repaired'the lowest from and of the Wild Cherry Bitters.-Orders Livingston,Judge:of Probates for the County I of SAPARIlLAi; that made ky Mr. S. P.''...'.
any part Country will receive prompt "raderaiiaed. do meet H.m"ra' tk1.i'ptsk.
iCol1Dewcu"l Georgi* r. v S S Dora for a final settlement of the estate of cordially .

y *'N wYorkAlabama '" I 2 Agents iVILLELOROA attention. I mour Pickett,' deceased,.aDd"m then'apply Se1. GREEN>STYPE FOUNDRY- We weald therefore.oaieitatiatly rccemmeiH lbiikb SI,"
'
t :w Tennsylrama MisMisPelaware < i & AcosTA,Centre village, Ga. S Address J. H. McRORY, i for discharge from all further attention, and re- No. i23 Fulton Street;Sun Building, New Fork Old Dr. JaeoVi Sariaparilla.-S iaitead- ef.8. r.SRI '*artMe
p .
; ,. BIuvroEo it H\uus. ; Jacksonville !sponsibility in the premise,. No. Canal -S
V
F. 17 Street Row New Orleans & t.niiisBaitimSI' Nd.J.7. ,
,' Texas. N. A. ,Ga. Oct. 12th, 1850. fen. MARY R. PICKETT'JAMES. To Call.. 1helat".. 1)Ia.f C.I... ,
: ., Maryland, angl.-ljr B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S.C.R.R.Rar.n&Co.l'slatka.E.F.. .A. PICKETf" Kewsp p r.Publishers and Printer. 5 t*01... I.a..*itr '- P. ..a. 'k.i.'
S Dr. D. VT. Dyott It Scat. 1'J 4. .
.4 r i... fk',"! i ; ", Adxninistratont.S .- WITH; confidence I invite;the Trade,before J.hm O. Br.... PotUTlll. <., '
&B. THOMPSON
L1 ;! & Co., Black Creek! E. F. I Notice ,to Navigators; Jacksonville, Feb.20, 1851. 6m elsewhere,' to give me'a .1.W'.Slaoa..P..bTlJt.' '*.. :"''"' ';.
-a1 abI'Lazi'dF ''S le. T, O. HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville E. F. I wU Co.. .
.. I call at No.l2S Fulton street.New York at No. < Sehraidt fc AMtaUvaIIutiBKt < ,..rl
PATTERSOH k KING B '. ,or k NicboU TTuhnictoaPj <.
u : A "5 Agent for the:owners.the-UDd H ned ofx9c ,A. A. DxLosMK,Dfl, !, For. Ga. CUSTOMHOUSE, DISSOLUTION. 17 canal street Row New Orleans' where ,I am Crackly; fBrcwaiTiu* 4.:',. -
.: DISTRICT or Sr. JOHN'S. fTIHE ready to furnish them H. Rna "
COPARTNERSHIP with all Allieoa. Pike 4.
fr for kinds of BoOK
sale the.(foliow. valaabTe. racts of 'Jno. $. FTLER* heretofore existing AMD .
8 it
c.GIOUK Port ..
Joba
r1. ,<' '' C"rr uJM. Jacksonville, NOT. IIt.I&50. f & NKwspArea TTKC of the nemiaic. Pittibarxk S- ?
1ud'"Io-wU : E. fM Buffinton Ryan'sthftu Springs, newest and most beau H. i. BeyoTlo. Liotl.t.wa di
F. ;
4 The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian .. L BUWl.ltlDuie.: I'A. On or about'the first of May next, the folios Hamilton co.., u this day disseKd< br.mutual tiful style. ,I am also prepared to supply the much "J. Ki MeCardy Readtax S 'D t S'S J"'

!P I r S dy.r,' Jnr five hundred acres more or less. DL ,"E:F. ing ehanceJ.will be made with the iiuoys a'S, consent. S. BUFFIXGTON, admired Scotch,letter, having lately procured Cyrae. Hor Bett,....Jr. Lahaeka dlob. ': t '

I Also a small tract'woodland in the vicinity J. WAUUUWOcu. E.F. John' Bar, .1 give this notice so tha"' all nay,I- c. E..RYAN. from Scotland,a.scries of these beautiful,faces 5 PiXeta DftyiwtowaXpbraim Btoembary 4.4. '

.f to* town ,of JacksonviUe. ,'containing thirty Pul Org!SrI 1 gaLore mauDderataDd when this ehQgo.ia mad, Jacksonville, Feb. 1, .. 6th tfDaval totherwjth every variety of form and pattern L.1k Chaadler. Laaeaeer .4.1'1 y. -.
,. and what -S S of OaNAkmTALAND B. R. NostrIl.S "
nines. - r S tihDUI4zA&zt Trader the law is relative to Buoys, fro. '. JOBBMO TTPE, Bo&DERixa, Lyea* 4e--" .
..
..
X. P. Lv. Bar. ded.
Also ajtraeteon'talnUg one hundred acres food THOMAS '.That hereafter, all.Buoys along the coast or Coantyr.TSUE Collector's Sale &e. I feel assured that the elegance and'accuracy Robert Roy Wtll.koro .

*tt.H"I1Tf.5* p"to ereekpiear Ciao numin. of ,*' VANCES in bays;' harbors sounds or; channels,stall be _BT VIRTVEof' of all the -Typo, manufactured by m* cannot I be u... C. :. Del.. 4. -
..-.a..I..rlnr.. .- St. M. iye, .M",31 G?. colored and numbered, so. that, w th rity In:me vested.by 1 surpassed by any Founder In the Union. W.. S. Bo,. Batlof "4.---- .L
I -- 'I'ae>above of' passing up the law, hrlll.zpose for sale,, in front of the Court By an I; MeClymoad ft c. Welferetk. 4. .
UcU land win be sold at reasonklprices coast or sound, or entering the bay; harbor or house door in the town entirely new method in the mixing and eaa JIg Ii Wm. R. ColberV Batler ,de.: "

'* and, on'good terms. Address 1 Notice., channel red Baoys with even numbers shall be first Monday of of Jacksonville, on the am enabled to maintain We virtues of the com' Peter B. Maner. Saabary. 4. .. ''t
Abo one half of the dweUtag house passed on the starboard May, A.D,1831the following tract nent the metal N. X. Smith.Watertewa. ..T. i'
and of band black par"of and thus to produce/in
A HPO" 'Indebted to the Eslat. Buoys with of land, or much ., .
dl Jacksonv01ei tt 'S of so thereof will P. G. Bill. Saratofa Spriacm. .
us> .v numbers as the addition "
,
-5- rt E. even on the hand pay sum an elegant the '
: fo solid
R. beth M; Bernie deceased. port and Buoys with ot hty.two dollars most and durable r..U; Balkert '4.;
; c .H.the I wl 1aoocic4by make immediate are ri-i red and black stripes oa either ;(_ Buoys in I ($82I,3.the'sainebeIng and DiDeiy-ono'' cents, Type, heretofore offered to the public'To this Heavy Marray, Leekperl. ..) .
-L. I EI J .r. Tm payment the ccdaaigaall ] '.D channel ways to be colored with alternate the amount of the State feature I would in particular call 1. J>. Lyoaa.Calr* 'X. .'.J.
persons having demands ajainst iM white tax assessed'against.the your atten Ckarlo W.Bad *r.'Kewark i 'N'J. ;:
.t t. hundred'and forty aUte, &nd black estate of Duncan L.
acres the Lion for .
on perpendicular nlpeS solidity and '
to east are requested to.present them s. Clinch;deceased levied durability,of Type is. on A..5... Treate 4. "
sl4aafThmIng1s1and-onth.8i.'Jobn'sR1yu,' properly attetaiwitbInlbet1m.pescrlb.d -ISAIAH D.HART. 1850 on said land for. the.Oar the principle} of economy, of the A Vatkia*. B."..* Tt C.{
4q11 lands of Messrs. by law. r' .. ;and also to,pay the sum of sixteen ', gmtestimporgrPher Joka Reaad.y Graftom d .' ,
& Lewis and Georre noTT-tlstm olleotor.i dollars taD to *' ., *. Tl ;' -'
& T ?' members
igu one hundred aeres HENRY D. HOLLAND, "Executor.. : and fifty-eight cents;, nUG 68,] the amount of the craft win use find ofthe Jaeek Pierce.Cheeter 4. .' .
me "
_1j l immocxand about o wbo a ftfpt19th!_., t4I "' -S county tax on said land for the rjady to supply all kinds of Alfred ATery.Windnem 4. i
sauna '
thirty acres : i DYING' AND SCOURING. thor with all year, tog PRINTING OFFICR FcRwrrcsii. for the establish- A. Wilkiaa P.perMIU rma d., ::'- ..., 11'
KerfellTTa" *
- I Sophist Also aa'ndlvided Fleming'sdower 0; tlr..ot&late Mrs. -I--- Administrator.,IToUce.SIX .. S r EST: (B':L. i 8 jrjtt E. evy and sale necessary said, tract eZp4nles.ttending of land being situated said ment Wood complete Tpe PrmUngOtIices,such as Presses.enns. Catler VhemaeJ.ft Stiok.Cermiek.,. Bo.". -.- .'.

1' N T ,' in said countv of'Duval Cases-Standslrasg, Pre and Por.er.Leriaff k ....B... ,.. '
' &eJ..i month*after d&teI shsJl Pre.my ae _,NO.:n 'YORKSTREET, S &,. Job D". river on the west*bank of the: W GOd Rul 8. ImpoelngStouesom lz Sticks Bill.ChtBdler fc C*. ,4. de -
Pioolata '
'IM one-third of about ten then- &and vouebers to the lion Judge opposite contalnin ig Brass aDd W9o4 Gallel' 'B.C.Cardaer da'd.;
.
lets
: ? and acres,.sttnated in Nassav connty, on Nassau Probrte for Dnval county,for: a final settlementfM (REAR-pF: THE. COURT'HOUSE,). S ten thousand andflfty ]acres &Dd bounded Ito.;&.. ,, ,- 'S S-' l,1oae'5'S Racks, ; f J.B.fl..itl.4.PetridKe fc C. ''do' -5' _

ifl River;'extoddlng .to. "Tbomas' Swamp, suitable Jldminirtrater of the estate of John Middle- 'rSk-VANNAHyGEO.. S &I south follows lands t On .h'V J b1 the St. *<**', ri'r. Old Type taken tn..SOWI'for new at 9 ;C eembe fc Blaaekari- .4... do 4. ,, 'V'
La
fstUtrpentiMMuull skirt af hammock SS br belonging to the same estate west ecu n.Bnetk .. do '.
if' perib.'lhetrMe4eaitwitb
t I rr ; granted. &oa'deceaoTHOAf- 'JON 1 lands and north OD the scm liberal 'Tk maaS.D 4eT- doSd..'' -' ; 5'
Francis P.Fatlo.. S ''V : bjblae ; by Uld belonging *o .
& ; ALisxAjrrjBn patronage solicited .
S GALLOWAY, Ferris the eranf on'the :. of '- ,K. Keraaa. Hertk t4n ,4.. *, .;
R 4 McROBERT S same being an old :r v5"- '
BAKER furnishing to the wood ssu. .Seatb .
Adamd
,. ,a' J pL,2.. S#l1Jilrntor., RETURNS his thanks W;nisTriends*for the : < ,URIAH'' EOWDEN he teased purchaser aod an art.lol.'wlth whl 'J.". D*_.h w r.CiaeiaaetL Okie, oI I .,.'

: rNt 8-U.t.)_" Lw_ ',Jaat"i_ Nntl. business S in this has received since he'commenced Jacksonville Tax Collector and Assessor Duval coanty., wo. 0, IUa!!mODe,, which' will bring. him the -3.A.B S.-501v.IL'CtisIasai&.OkII.. Q1II.b,It C...A.."..-B..':-- 'f''' :,.rf
cltvln :
1832 and would state to his Oct., i&o.' .Sl-tds .Editors or Printerewlehing S S Wm. K. PreiUv-PcrUmeatk ,de ..
tonetAbllel .4.
S : S SOLDIERS friends,and the that : & Ne's'1- R. L. Bailey DerrV d. w "- / '
bis <
TO THE OFFICERS AND during paper or Job.
<: .- ftmeiwBkTau; ;: late visit to PUbUoleDenJ1.r .Duval. Printing Office will be furnish itt 'Bearr LothrOrvNew Mukel d-;. "Jo
V d.he has : ;
S f :OF:THE SEVERALWARS SINCE ve.rIonalmprovement. aoqnirtd. .County ax'Cole lori. Sale wUh an estimate in detail of the cost by .C. fc 1. C. atvae. rraakli mm >,.( .l
staUng ..
CotriwrLLo.AT-iAW connected with 1i16 Cheater baeoa,a.__ frWS .I
Arun'um of.paper and kind ; d u
THE: DEVOLUTION., fly VIRTUE 'of;.n1hority in -to be exee'-ued. ,J a.a C.R.IUi. \
I 'S .D ING 'AND FRENCH CLEANING lswl me rested 1 b r Publl era of Ne1rlp&pen who FUkerrTflleAjV .
.
the Court wID for FiB insert thisler. JekBCPilleaarydet ide
.W 1.jk BY.'a recent Act,of Congress'officers and sol. which he-trusts will enable him to:give general house door expose ha" the sale III froD'of"he Coin r' aclYertiaemeDUhree months;'and send ine the X. Joha tea.Boeeawaa de -' .-"i;. r :
Bi town of Jacksonville i>s* ... ... .' ..
'' .. 1 (who have not received) are entitled satisfaction to all who :to Am : o. tht ri & it addressed to Looko \ '
-please "NesbiU'
4 may him Moudar.iD Re .
S favor Is- 8 Iua SaaWrB taf 4."S
Cr tie Northern DisWct io BOUNTY.LAND for services ot with their May Ai D: J8a1.th(foUow ."Now.Yo& will ., .
', r i FlorideV) one month patronage., aamoct'trac' of1an& sg bpaid materlaU of iw $.,A.Abe..sB..sWq. $ 1 01. ; :.
"Atio'AcriT: '. 'S or more t,the widows and minor children of those i Ladies silk andwooJeRDreau'suwla. &o. Tay the State and or so much;thereof as wn niiaUf1CtUrSprosjde> they purchase alx timet LI lie ;8 aTe"'" ..&.'. N It. .
jConnty tax -'A..I..Jn., I.' do'WM. .' 7
: 'j. deceased,are also entitled. ,The. SubserfborWW ueaaedand dy d Carious BeDjamln' assessed against amount of helr bills .tor s.tivertjcin. ".
.. '' colors so as te give good ,ThompsoD.'and Joy ParkerYiieed' "X. _. .. ,,.
I'n ondertake.-'at'* moderate the satlrfacUon. Table I du5 th.I'eOD' fort .. .,Idau4"D.a.i.Bs'wCI.lli''d -" "'
ll.
.5 s' compensation' > Coven cleaned or dyed"u y.ftr, A, D 1850 ," H.-GREEN.. "'
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