The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: May 8, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PtJ.B .I.C Second, ACTS Session;,, of,the,: TO- rAf Ef.;B., OR .I1En"WIIO-tnnmDit- Lowd Mww "swelU through the-t Uon;\ aflbr4tbat'bC1pfwas possible,or.:at least to him hoisted,into the jal '-and.when ,they S:W -aDof- .It ', : : .

?se l1tn1.c Tiilrtr-flivt the CoiigrtI.I .; .' ,STANDS ol.i .j IT- .. ."1 ,:1 North sad Sonth/we.stOl*rt"o .J a.., 'i give 1orthe 4enified,people!oa'.tbcard: ;.the got:on .board arid 4iiiwnim:: ;l .at. hisIenbOfl4eeifheywereastonisbed Mr 'A ct isyivvj 1ft Id &ew. : .

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'. i-: j IPnIJc-No.m' 22.] r bhIojesoftbefature1> that their more"fortunate'felloV-creattirei. 6u size and the dignity of his'loot;*;He. Snot his own neartF 'BOW' <. 4
*&$ACTfeVflw r" settlement of cerUin ewses'or? : r DEAKEST my gad and lonely t reast 'r.)0.." S :;'By thi jtorie of the:past; [ land were hotlridifferentto therr'roisery! as he seemed from the altitude of the saw a'new' 'fcFar Susan* wt ?.

., 'pdvaU land cJa1mI..withiD the,limiu ofjheJjanmDsBastrop '. ,Is loBto hlof: thoughts of theet'; Ob!rny etrimtry;W thy wateaword: Hnrrying, tbeTefO'tflnto>',tneBbipf,public clifl;'a little 'man jbii'was' .rd'br"i*feet very soon lot t e deep -. : e4 .- t

Grant" and for allowing in the ;'f vAnd as.the,tired dove seeks i/saest. "' S //foe.ood tiad uJiiMt..th,la tl-'t : t tusq.eioeat' ,band7.bdanktptof! beer wbeight'and powerful build, and though of the curiWiheida &!.' $ '"

P-Wt-enffitionrto.the jZJadicstion certain actual or settlers the title of the With.its dearlittfc ones.to be,, 1&.. .1. ', tFormerly "*"J." as be'stood, took a couple.of'stout! 'pieces of at least setcntjfyears of age,'there'was a era"UF; ":" : etl&hi :,, -,., t

:''said.n. Sftstrop in &vor of the United States.Bettgnoddbyl E'en. thus. mjw, _'spirit. turns, .,, r fJ.h ._S. $ bread and cheese Th'his-band, and 10 1lie next nobinty:of.feature,and a miMtntelligence of vessels orttbf.! & gli. ,,', .
''- Senate and House of .To. thee, for' whom'; fondly'' yearna-,'- I .r-'-:-'f"' .,. : l momeri vras :TianleanH 1ntdf-*eart'frli5cb* expression, la; aim, '*hich( greatly. struck. could'motaaafier ber but '*eao.t ... S '-
Rqiaeiatit'eurMe'Unied States of'Amer- "- 'And flie unfettered' o'er'the eaUpon t 'OLDo't15CL. SED::: was 'goiflgifwiha' AnaajityJoI.fishermenonthe them., \"-"ff". "*'"'**. r- S ,'." tain Joliffe. afn;bea : :'T&fty;W
; 'J J'.r. i' :: pameerrand.4 Onjy one pf bis I.v.t 'lw', George Jobfeis master, 'of i-that f : a _
lea I Cmtgma tlI11tbltd That ukthe'Ievent thy breast it folds its wing,' Jf : Parphie. : crew S .r I EaLu a 'gentle, :
of a final adindicalioa by the cgpHrin favorof And there iUeweetcstBong doth. "- S i I TrMCOgTUianl, .of' aa aged ceoYore3s accompanied,him and ibatyca.t a youneibrothert man .e erj, '.: There;"wiJlJIC.UOtlb1" ;' ,il: ., ,'l olgi)1N 1,-: ltaft
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the United States,' i\.the "Batoi De Bas- > 1ivid lwhose ognome was Uncle Ed the thfeeTirrecl'"roen'dthem.- about him eom wbeie.'" ? ithrroyagerbc1veea. H ltj
trop claim in Louisiana, 'under"the 'act of I am thinking ofthosotwiligbthuru wives'Kalf d iafalig Snd'sk'yed beI While. ; sayjin?ibis; be/observe4ibat Ve d' ni. o, u"tJ01D bda.isn'esteened .
''t' erard' ._ .. ; -.5. 5 4 hind:.' isr Si ".An43ii1'crtdrovealong g",. jt. had several his and' ." etlwaa
the Betwtcentb Jone. 1 ( ; jeweled rings on fihge'rwliiebhe -
Con jgres8'ii proTed on When, hand in hand, we used to rove ,considerable time
; Ah! he departed this life -
'"' almost furious carefully drew oflT and ben the house pfCo CaidsOII ,_, 4Jp- S
sme1hoasand eight hundred;knd. forty-four, When in bowers '* :, at an said to bis :
little bird
entitled! "An act to-proritle! for: the .adjustment tylrmn ) S .since,.a considerable.time since t 1 ,? \ 5 rate, and there.were numbers of others goingthsnmeroad 5Toa:.s e; howmMy:; fijireare," an--, pal ., to whom the -uol ". ,i
.Awoke the .
echoes of the ,
of land claims within .the, States ofVsSOW grovet Aad1baloeapmary'snbstnce.,on the, awnmit'or Son with the same velocity while! ,them ti his waistcoat' pqekst*;; Tfteii.cbobserved That was-enough; we italf aM
When flowers,closed,np their dewy yyet,. < 5 '-1 his ranhiin7'S Wi ,that he lid baofTton1jiaibebound fe .ati i ; I
) Arkancnd Louisiana, aijd(ifitbOee thr, y8e'tbe3treams{ of yonnsj onO a f a":'genuine' ; .
<3 thejStatrfMirtlssippi'anS'XTi :And o'er ja' rehed those Ioadless iMes" ,,J the$hue"cTesigne' .rol thev:;diffls bjr a strong belt,i. his wait*;. .'Thia .Utat .a_ ". .' S

abaJD&i party sooth of fbe; tthirtr-first,.argreetofuorti ; Smiling npon"Lbar mutnaj love; f curls to_Tege tee..,, ._ : I* _'?% taking,the.nearest course tordi.t scene he ;;untie4rndfound. in it, large packet intoworthy soil, to'the:' eos..t :'-,

titode, and between the,,Mississ/ppi AndohV'niy'.lieartdoth sadlT rearn, CHOEtrs-rThen, dispose horizontally the of tbeexpectedcatastwphe, ,L >i7gbefoYeGeorge" wrapped;} ;.-c! ? ;_rsealed I 'np.'. :There. ment" of*aU-partiesr -' .
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Perdido rivers," the register and receiver For boon that mayno more'retnra f '" S '-. "8eirricultora1 implements;.t' c. -" Joli.,rid those with whom( he went' was also' .a'"piece! of paper,;'elosely and tlht- Dan S&ken sail over 1 ';. '1t I

forthe.uatbita'Land District, Louisiana S Dit'tho violin'and Us'rosined-friend. to*Le reached the I'oint-'Wbere'the their cart j ly fold"ed,:together, which;being opened and --* Wrdi

ban girt public notice of the fact-.in .some More and. more.sadly. -, day-by dy. pendant en the w;. '-: -v and started forward bearing of rope;and spread out'.was. :found' "to contain the address '__ : -,. 1

nctrspzper cirenlatine in the vicinity, of the :I miss thy gentle loving tone ,For there is no longer;physical labor to:be even warm,,garments.with: .them, they heard of' a great mercantile house'in Hull. .Frtt 'W ,d. "'. i
twelvemonths and after And long to soar far,far away the 'of the'jeopardized "These,"'said George Joliffe 1.shaH. myself -. Acrtealt1lre all4 '.' .' .
within .ktJF ._ .
|aad:*t>d from 5- .. required of the indigent,aged Edward-- *tilting --- .. ,, *j.. j S_ _- .
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deliver '
liie date of the first pablicalipn:;, of.such 'To meet once more my loved, my own.1sj S.Inasmuch as be has departed to the .abode '' f' *- to the merchaiUs.'' JEX. of Jtii: r-. !
notice it shall and may' be' lawful "for" any sit to-night with tearfal yo' ,. S designated for,all pious, humane and beaevoleut It wool seem, that
original claimants of the classes'.hereinafter .Fixed op that star'in yonder sky; S colored persons. J men, the people! on board trusted to be able 'They'are neither :;mine'.Fnor. : yeah.saidGecrgej Holbrook. The object numt r'ia

mentioned In this section of the present act, But, oh shines on me alone! to bring the ship under* shelter of the ian& "bur, whatever benefit. comes 'of particularly appropriate at o pfth* S

their heir or Jepal representatives to ,file For she who watched lie pale BOn beam Uncle: Edward had digits equal in longitude to, and then Ret anchorage; but the dreadful doing a right thing;you shall partake year,the opening of |,. I

with the aforesaid register and receiver'nc AVith'me haa gone like'some bright dream. ,the bamboo. formation. which. springs. ;.so reality of their'situation bad' -"now evidently' Beyond that I will defend this property.with both to schools and "heart'of
tic descriptin of their c1aim! t'and Fpecfri! S the' -banks' of.the Southern burst upon'tbem.3nd the crowd hastened to- my whole life and strength;'if necessary. the nation."' CAMKETS '"}ii1iaT"
spontaneously ,. .
log their precise idealities and are; \'Ith the I sometimes take my late to sing S S"Mississippi.Eat '_ ward the ciiff,burned forward more ahxionsly And now. Iet'na see what else there S is to be tbel'subject;of r. I)tooftLeschools

testimony in support of.the same,. The. simple songs I loved'10.' well;", -. :be had no' ocular orbs with 5 which to observe -. .as the,.MCcessive' .booming of these melancholy'gnii -' goLMThemen, who looked : ; and;'very tbcrfies :fa 1J S

FUST. All bona ,fide claimants by pa But when I touch each quivering string, the beauties of nature ; ) it ehed their ears. 'When S sullen and'doggedat in WasbiDgton.have : / nlng
those mo.mrut' > Jolifie arid bis ompanions'r acbed the crest first on hearing this,resumed their cheerfulness in "" .S .
on- arise
chase from De Bastrop, or Sad, sounds and sWell collecting peamens e-
dental formation with'whic to
he had ,
dtf him where the land has been occupied For she who's presence,could inspire' '-. no of the cliff and looked 'o ton;sea, it -wasdrawing.toward and. were soon in full pursuit of other such collections are large .-' AaJBelowls'.No '
.masticatethe Indian meal cake. articles.! ,. the -
mast to
The ,wind still floating They t
evening.. the whole
enllirated for twenty years. heart with sUch-poetic fire nearly country e .tecPti1. "
and My
he was forced to permit the., Indian the stern of their 'and lathe of *
Consequently vessel
blew.furiously. The chaos course
fireoKD. All bona fide claimants of- Has kissed her last her sad farewell ; S ocean.Tail one the re5Jdentsor'.Wasbln can readily
Tghtl," for not exceeding six hundred and Upon 'cheek;and left me here meal cake to'pall by with. impunity., of iossing and "jolling! illows,'and the thun:: a few.hours were in possession of'consider procnrei'rom.their I ./rich; 1

their heirs or legal represenlaC my der of their discharge on J the face of the cliff able Jolifie! told them that to prevent variety of specimens'i in their tolieoitions"
firty acre, To shed alone the went tear. Uncle Edward his hold '
When relinquished on inteffireuc S
of the. 'or' harbor- '
*. police
where the original claimant? came over was awful. The first sight of the unhappy any -"S **
es, the contract between vitality his master was ezeeelngly grieved.. vessel made. the" 'ejaculate, xh master with the effects of the old gentleman; Great additional int -- 5
under giTen'
and settled the 'land I take my books; but bard and sage spectators r
Bas And the lachrymal poured over his countenance: Lord 1" That all that uttered and be would put out near Filey, and they must : '
the Spanish government and'De Have half their lost for was was minerals' by models "of made 1pastefKm
beauty mo as":the showers descend from heaven. steer the home. ,He secured the bag ,. :
land not it spoke volumes. The throng stood staring at the
though the was actually the ,.by young -
even And tears fall fut'pon
trop to such original claimants page For he realized that'when the old man was deposited i intently dawn'on the ship,amid'the deafening under, his tarpaulin:coat, and .was soon same' time; great skill *!* -
cold or conveyed That :I so oft have read with thee: ; S ashore at of the. where be could .
beneath terra firms ; : a part bay
the said De Bastrop. roar of the bcean and suffocating the public school in the Mrs.Hini
by TB ItD. All bona fide claimants for not And then I throw those books aside, He would have vthe pleasure of bolding the violence of the winds. wOn make his'way,; without much:' observation ton--we have witnessed r .--variety-
While faster still the tear-drops glide to'the Hull road.He the coachmostluckily '
exceeding six hundred and forty acres, as I counterpart of the aged Edward nevermore t came the devoted vessel like a lame met such models, made'by Jl affording
That by my side thou canst not be. S and.that.. night was in HulL.The II
actual settlers to the twentieth December outs already the to them the richest meDt itb
prior masts by
thing, one gone
Poor heart be still, nor sigh in vain ned morning be went to the counting-house
THIS REWARDOFUONESTY. the most substantial ko Sonwlbing ,
eighteen hundred and three, where they i board and but few'people-to! be seen on the
For joys that may not come aZaia. of.the merchants indicated by the_ paper in 4
lave held such continued possession as lo A TitE OFTHE SEASIDE.It deck. These, however raised their bands in of the kind evidently a and most
the drowned and informedthe
gentleman's bag,
identified themselves with i the certainly will be all'scbooU
,tLbow that they VV"hcre,where art thou t4 Oh,well I know .November the most imploring attitude towards people ,principals what had happened. When
: twentieth of
was on the! through the country.' -
of the land. the.cliff 'if on. them for
ownership relying
-on as
What joy,trny presence would impart! when be seen in all'direction he described the'persoD of the deceased, and is ,- and
$EC.2. And Ix it further enacted, That, might running that aid they despaired to affurd. : Drawing a
after.the expiration of the twelve months \lat'rapture in thine"eye would glow the ,habitants' of Filey,.with' no small As Jhe .bel.'iles vessel came nearer to the produced the bag with i the.blotted curdled highly important for Ia mechanics -

aforesaid it shall be the duty of the registerand 11 To clasp me to.thy,loving heart! degree of,.alarm and apprehension depictedin cliff it encountered: the r fluent ., forceof piece of papper the partners seemed struck i indispensable! the' many shops I

receiver to such instructions For in that noble heart of thine, their countenances. The inhabitants-were that ,sent with with a speechless terror&Oue looked at.the is done entirely from no models
the were
pursuant waves, '
-us be Yen by the Commissioner. of 1 I Beats the same lore that throbs in mine; mostly fishermen, and the appearance'of the stunning ,recoil from 'their terrible shock other, and at length one'said : being used., ,At the 'Fairtv:to" t

flie may;G.neral Land Office, to make a report !I S .Nor time shall bid that lov depart. heavens indicating that a severe storm --was against..the precipice. _,It staggered, stooped "Gracipus,Godi .too ,*u e" Jt S is Mr. An- be held next-autumn,' of animals,

with the notices and all the testimony, to I Meet me ii Heaven! my heart's warm prayer approaching, they had safely secured their and was 'turneg about without the ckersv red !! 1 1for' plants and implements u wilt : .

"the General Land Office, specifying all such i I I love thu hen 111 lave ihu tiert! little fishing smacks Jn the ,bay,and etooj of self-guidance. '-One mountainous They.unfolded the pactet conferred apart doubtless be furnished in and
the which would power some time with each ;.other, and. then, rich :'Tarieti produced band;
-cases as in their opinion came within the contemplating' danger ac sea after. another washed over,:-her and the og
.or .principle recognised under the several headscjnentaoned tFor the Republican.] cru 'to any vessel abroad.in'thataieighborhood. : few human beings disappeared with such coming to Mr. Joliffe, said- both in schools'and that specific
"You have behaved in most honorable
II a"
in the foregoing section, andbscaccoding AH IXVOCATIOV.BT .:Men were occupying heights where shrieks that pierced even through. the,turbulent object. Agricultural. and .schoolsuperintendents
manner ,we can.assure will not Jai '
the;wind scarcely allowed them either to The ; you you and jointly
those t.
to principles, onght t. dissonance of the lzmpe < assem-
. ", in their I stand or breathe, looking out tQ descry whatresselawere with horror of your reward. These papers are.of the utmost recommended 1h fail of
inch shuddered
lobe confirmed, and as opinion : A-LADT OF ESSEX, COfC.Bcf bled crowd'on the cliff -
. SS in the -oiEng,.and .whether. importance: We tell you candidly they being'popular/ the. -of. tat
oaht to rejected.i : ; any ,"and, felt that all need of their presencewas :
" ntifulihoujhti that childhood knew involve the safety of a'very large amount of is'.M
my of them. word.
danger ant
Thai itliall Everyone But stood and stared
3Aed be
; c. ifiLeriaded at. an they
be the duty of*,the Commissioner of I, .Thai floated like clouds Is the etker}Line,- ,, felt a :sad-certainty that nri that bleak with a.fascinated intensityoa: the vessel property;,,Bat flLs.isa. Tery..8orrowfulbns; '-. r"a:: N ; .
Across spirit in arly hours, : ;,' foast' where tbe when in its mess. O.ie of ns must a.ceompanv'waroe' AGRICULTURAL : -
th. General) Land Office to lay the report afore- my joung .win strength, that came nearer and,nearer to its final catastrophe remains o'f old .
: Encircled with bright thought*-with birds andS drives luckless with uncoatrol- respect paid to the our '. ; '"r ,
a shij
ihereon many discernedan losus"B
,1 lid before CongrcFS for final acUon : when, all at once, was and-Valued fr. ndand:rtnerJ; In the meantime BY
and "cliiims' recommended for confirmation flowers!. S S able force jagainst the steep and inaccessible old man,with bare head and white streaming hir&are' ten pounds for yourself,and 'S'SSchoolsgavetbe first lo' geological

cball be reserved from sale until the Beautiful dreams!.Ye were creams of cry heart! cl'iS snha day could not go Ye'r'vith u hair,.lashed to the main mast.. :He'stood the' distribute .- The j .given' baa
same men. survey
.jfufij action of Congress on the report} af re- Vision of light! wd ye DOW depart t fearful l damage. Before "noon the''as with lifted hands and face gazing up to th'emas George JolrfiV begged among the your merchants 'to led to legislative action f surveys': in '

,aaio and all claims reported as rejected shall I dashing in snowy: foam aloft aga'nst-tbe! I it clinging firmly to;,the hope of their favor him With a written acknowledgment of almost every State} ":t By I1JCli
l\crjT, when your ministry I read the more. cliffs and with the howling.winds: filling the "
.be treated as other pa&liclanJs. I saving him .. ...' : the receipt! oftbepicket and rings which be action the treasures .o : in4--ofci
SEC. 4.: And be fifMer enacted That t. As my steps are straying from lifo'i green fhore air with an awful roar. Many vessels came A 6 simultaneous a.itation.ran .throngo the- now delivered. to them. This be. obtained; ence have'been increased unbounded

the claims numbers forty, forty-four, forty- .To a harder pathirhere many a snare laboring and straining towardtlieliorts. yet crowd. The 'ship we lifted: high, on".the and we'may shorten our recital: by here-simply extent! uIs'npoU nd*oF scP'enlific'collection's

.eye, forty.fux, forty-seven forty-eight.and And many a sorrow,and many a care; .by all the exertions of 'the crews, kept with back of the billows, and then pitched down :saying that the remains of the drowned have ; .h-of S

fifty-one, favorably reported on by Daniel Where welcomes are proffered;bat are not true 1'Breams difficulty, from driving upon the inevitable again within a short distance of the cliff.' A merchant were buried. yitb all respectful observation scientific men have been' b.teat-

J.Sutton, as.register for the district north of r of my chiidhdod!I turn to you.I destruction of the rocky coast. few more seconds another such a heave and in the old churchyard 'of 'Scar- tered over'bur whole1 eo end"hiddentreasures

Red River, Louisiana, and er.tered in the first Among the fishing vessels which made the she most be dashed to pieces. At once flew -a number of gentlemen from of wealth view for the

.'clissof his report, dated first of January, eft shall be lone; for I bear a lone heart,' ::.,'.;: Bay.of Filey in safety; was one'belonging out several coil of; lopes but .the fury of borough Hull attending great the funeral. ;' epecral benefit 'eeth'oi.: .

('eighteen hundred and twenty-one, but on find where is its refuge,if ye depart't ; to a ,young'.man ,of the name of George the wind, and the depth, to which they had That winter 'was a peculiarly severe and directly of every : ",* f')4

account of being within the limits of the There are none who msy'read It-it still is unknown Joliffe. :By his own active Jobprs, added to to go defeated them. They were hurled stormy one. 'Ere it was over;George Jofifle- The 'unparralel .' maae-'from

Bastrop grant, have been excluded from the ,' a little! property)left, him by his. fatherlsoa agauisl the crags,' and came, nowhere near himself bad been wrecked-his "Fair Susan"was : such humble beginning, : J

confirmatory provisions of the seconJ section "Its'destiny fixed forever alone.' Iisbe ninGeorge Jolifie had made' I the vessel. caught a thick fog on the Filey rocks, I of these two great ,''r'stJeDCe
of the act of approved Feb- Then tiudme with himself the master of"a five-man boat, and wealth'renders the 'of fatttre
Congress again your mystic spell Ag.inTere thrown out others'and among bis brother drowned, and only himself and and
nary twenty-eighth, eightecu Jiundred and Together 'beautiful thoughts,let us dwell! carried on a successful trade. But the boat these bne"was seized by the old man "T ere another,man picked up and saved. 'His wife, progress of the work' \: certain"

Iwtnty-three, entitled uAn..ct supplementary -- was his all, and .he sometimes thought.;with was a lond'shont'at the;slght: but that moment from the'shock her nerves; baA suffered a The sch'ool3"of the'. cd"ol'" all _
\ the for the of deep melancholy! ,.as he sat for hours throughthe r' ':ytlak
several certain lo
acts adjustment countries
.Ffom the. TaBahaaa. ..Sentinel., was too terrible to :atlow 'of much a pn mat confinement, and probably owing 1
land claims in the State of Louisiana be, "E.' -<. IWIIM.- J long night. looking Tnto the tea, where rational hope. 'The vesselwas closeupon to the'griefandanxiety attending this Cabinets of Nat.Jr and! as" instruments
and the shall be held confirmed PLCniBCS his nets were cast-what would become of "givrnj to
same of
she 'would misfortune had 4ong failed to rally
I the efjff one' more pitch'and great ,
S in Enggert by reading the speech of the Hon. him if anything happened to the' "Fair Susan ; Jeds .
the event of the final adjudication < All were Strained to see whelb-.: again..;-George Joliffe was now a penniless young miads at their ; -
of the Bastrop claim .in favor of the Langdon Chevee, delivered at the late Nashville !" The &boat was' cbrtetej.after ,his perish er-tbV.blo'; man eyes bad secured the'rope around : man;'8ervin onboard another vessel,enduring real J substantial ideas Omere I

United. Slate as aforesaid: Provided Convention.Gloomy. fair wife and when GeorJotpinturedto him. '. He'"was evidently'laboring to do this the rigors'of the weather and the set.fora signs "ideas.; As sa nd'.GC\ '

J |t.this confisBiatlon shall only operate astrrinqisbment clouds are gathering o'er us,, himself his hand60me and goo&fSusaniatheir before he, loosed blms.l 'f roar:the mast lest mere weekly pittance. It was in'.the'April collections have already madeby'Lb ,, .
of titleon the of the 'neat-little home; in one of the narrow I ;aa4 'at. :
part Thonderjlones are beard air;' he should be washed away by the next sea. of the coming-year that oh'a Sunday his pupils neeJing them'b
.United States and shall in no way prejudice AVhile the 1ing.sl'll'id flashes yet cleiR lanes of Scarborough, with his two But appeared ''feeble and benumbed, and wife'had, for the first time, taken his arm for borne,; by tae aid ot and"hixndredA } S
i r-aflect any sale or other right existing ,at Tell.us that the. storm.linear!1 children, he.waa, reaJy.to go}wild aa inwardterror'at Several voices exclaimed. "He wilt never do a stroll to the Castle HilL Theywere returning of thousands will POOR to the BUUK S

:.the time when the survey shall executed. : '.4 ,. the'idea'' of a' mi.-ba'p to hIS vessel. it" A sea:washed overhim;: ;, =As it went to"their little house'Susan pale and 'exhausted ber. At'' least a *A ricnhon! '

cf the claim*hereby conditionally confirmed; .Startled heroes from their slumbers; But these. were Imt )passing'thoughts, and saw-'the old man'sland stilt 'by-lbe by her exertions,.with the two children Geology;must inevitably & placed".
Tuid -in the event of the final of Waken into life only made him the.tnore active and vigilaitS .' bv they. 'hundred of Amezicaitschoosvirtially
adjudication S again; mast He'passed bis arm over bis'fate as if, trudging quietly behind, when, as th ydrew' each of the .", .
the Baftrop Grant as' aforesaid and nponllhereturaof CS oaiDtUon' councils, ; .lJe%had been ,out; ome days at Digger- to clear tbe'.water and 'looked:up.' He, near their :door they:'saw a strange' if ; S
of for 5 Heroes 5 bank; fishing .for cod, ,and ,had taken little, From sncb provisroa are
approved plats survey .. ofthebloodyplaln. still held conyulsivjy byl? the:rope which gentleman tall, 'young and good-looking,
.the claims specified in i hIS sec'!.i ion,relinquishnientpalenU when the sky,as he read jt, boded a coming they bad thrown; but,.he>was evidently too speaking with Mrs.-.- Bright., their next''neigh evident;each- making- ..-* .(oMb., ...-.. joutlay j
: shall be,issued an other ca i Lo!a sad and solemn phalanx, torn_ He immediately. hauled hissailsi. and much'exhausted_ to secure _it arounnAlthismoment L'nun; bOt ;' First, ,
ws. Withtheir. stern rebuking eyesiCome made for borne with all his ability It'was .the huge vessel l struck teachera--teachers.. a jrabinet, J

C. SEC. 5, And be tt farther 'enacted, That- they.now with tones of warning not long before he caw his own belief shared *sbock against the solid wall, Here- be"is"iaid' : : ,Mrs.. Bright. ]' "that..s. properly explained by ia !, 'musljacrease -
with terrific : -
a Mr.; Joliffe. : ,
in the event of a final adjudication in favorof To'their country from the' ie'11' bythe rest.of.the fishermen,who were out in backward became half buriedin ; knoxvIedeB'and l.i any
and sta"geTing "lifted. bisbat. politely; *
the United Stales of the Bastrop claim, aslteinp1a.t .iia1juarteraud from whom all sail was bent Again it was plunged -. The stranger' -"Mis.Joli1fe.very and teacher using it, .gjiving value to -
the boilingwi.ters. w.bo\v
: ;
l>r the' first section of thin act See a shadowy.fora among them,. landward.. Before he haJ ,caught sight of and 'the made'nry':1 his instructions tar cost. 'To a .
of land, the wind; h drisen' to a'Tiole'nt gale forward with frightful impetus' : looking a.good d ear: moveJ. said to George. certain extent it'inght teacher
every bona fide settler oh any part paid )iIoveringoear'ln anguish wild i, S ; instant the :mast felt with a crash and* AnCkersv red-II 5. : ,: every

laod, at'the time of the extension of thepublic Z.jfcertjF:: angel mother_ ," ." _, .*,- ". and as:,he 'drew/nearer to the ,coast,'.he became next the whole", great 'huir ijned to'dissolve'in. /"My ph name" said IS,Geo'rgeaflthat rushing ;wto the ailvantage of a' ; broigbt
the :wbo is quite aware that Jbe.should not lie ableto to his own door, and i npa:16eU-
sarveys over same, man Weeps above!.her recreant_child! ;'chaos IrCaletber moment the, : '.
the fiqald ; his .mind which.the.stranger.immediately <
make his ownport"and.must; U8eail eQ'ijy it Hi inore'eUfecave'toseof
labor; Second; '
jof widow mrf "
family, single \\)- : ; seen 'to heavefront' .
the shijpt was
into ." In the ,I black 'stemnor proceeded to inform him.I } Pwbabrf _
: Her last best-mait to Filev. : afternoon/pf
fy bne years of agr, and an tt al house- glorious offspring- get and then disappear and anon -' of the
thewaves : he 'the sod geritlemaa '
:M1ain7 said ,
t 41 'keeper thereon, and-who, but for spars and w re \vbdinthe i wreck of the:'Da mandt experienced : :
Jieretofore made of raid land,for, the )! .united voice of.nations ,. after, stupendous. labor,-and no flute surf and tossed, playthings by thetiotouseangaioafld I would 'bayea sal on either continent par ;:> S
riowy ,joiir klnd7care. ;/
anxiety .under shelter.of the land an4) .came : defective application of funds;provWded
claim of the Baistrop;would have, been Answer for ourcountrr"Nor. ,..' agara to entitled to a right of pre-emption uader'ome '"' < to anchor in"a crowd of other strange vessels > *" I little your for their useL' ; %t to awai "
zI "- :' i- Cora moment as Jf'conrU8eJ't : :
I -
.pot of.the pre-emlion jay,.be and he is S Ha *du *io*\iUn th traitor1 .' I : t'\tr: .j' _h thedoorwith" ken general interest. enligb.tea4ljwpublic -
berebyi authbriwd to enter;the quarter-sec" From; whose lips aocasoondi go forth.;: r Weariealdre\ b a i.vhhwe ,and exTjausUJlby :.? rie next morning tVe,WiD-a; a'gie'at1y but' Jrs.Joliffe: bastened.to open mindcould-nof :sJlJK '*ein
olfEday and bade ,: Ir. AnckersvoereJ
; ; : the key
'bate4randwHh: the (; peep th&defeesin
their arduous endeavors make this be U oir'to"
tion to resided on,"or by adjoining legal sub- Traitor the oamftpf Freedom_ ,I' port < 'saidaeorgeasthege5eate4 ruses
S ;; wnctn- : an.Englishmatf1':
) '' ie and big eomradehatteDdtd.tbe: thetep5 I numbers of fishing boats put,out to see,, *akin.'You! ) ae : applying! Innds-Pf' ? Iinl tfederelopment
;Divisions so"as include residence and .Traitor the7Sonth-the North as : '" "
: ; himself. ;
___ \ toated N"
f from
had ;
tt land.cultivated omprinnyiprnbrof' :' to; Filey"village, their attention! ; was anything! of value which. 1 of miriC' naf ralresources. '.
crowd'of"' the wreck*'cbnld be'; plcked.up: : George. he'replied am a iCane;dtT,was educated Collecfio be"madei&*'
j sailors
.acres notjto exceed pne ,handaad, .sixty '. '-Traitor to" aear4tIue1norIesi: soon excited .by the '' .
I the earliest ohhese wreck, to busin Bsiin Hull'and-; 'Ok' .England H
fishermen Jojiffewas after r r S
acres npoa. nuking proof ot such settlefcineflWlroiuekeepbg.ii Linked unto oar holy..adf who were congregatetl at tbef foot of in a1 week '
SiwP'.tW facetand:: forni second e6untryySuch'inen; as you, &:?'Jd. ;"- S
S ers 5bat in :ti asroy arranged-
*,, to.tbe :sati faction Traitot.io.hll buried,sires, of the signal house and with glasses'attil -neager ; labelled -
ifUM and bis of talk.wererivettiiig.tbcijr atteulionbn UiM old'man'were,fIvldly>reMnt! HeiJaddreamfJdX'ffi Joliffewould, "make'one'proad' oft'snchaeoantryrf' :; amount to many ,tinre& 'B .
!.register ier.as.ln ordinary To coontry-U his God! murninf f < Elld"I I! 'the .we hid no'othn*; interstinit.eye.
ti\ afreqQutJt. .
ib ries'ouL1 abjo bevu
within 'after en'l1rdT turned w lg ; SS
f'J'rTr' sometblng --
; 'thelie8PfTey y >
a.- :! are. *a' extended t year over said S ei ii1i;h DiI tho ui1i t's .b c :. t. and sw'at; ticeth object. l>tAflL re>tof t the creW. were 'aU,alert:O n the J look,' George'JoUffe>tosbe ct IrsJplii&y that she: of:.rich ore*, useful ; ; "l I
j "| for easfcsv and'jblber* floating booty, becouldnot sparkled:with' fpjeasure'and pride *'J ,farmers .
oul ;
t .i \Death freedom Srouldst thou iel'1 rw rchant-Te: l./under" bare ptesndpaiebtlj'aoTI J.i r gems furnishing S
: little
I :A
far'and wide ; conv '
took no-l )l tfcon ami !Ib7th tie
M : avdid'castinga'gtance mechatticis' ,
f bbeying Ihhe1in4y44 ,
1851. Bring < twtw would nger
hpprYe&March 3 en, despots' '
1&. : / lo'sVe II cduld'aew3'XnytlK'iS$*W* lioa de'th alrnget.TaTe; that misfprtiine'nad of. .No W
5.-cUthi'. ,err_ r.c..I, ,_ .? .55--S "" .Jbonng the De eaa{and1drjviu! iasitajpeared : nef ] advancement .
.' '
'I finennea\ny.ou'thiai little"familysince'George'iail ;
I tPETzL-Na23; :.) 'j liopileslytowird: thaVsbeei' 'stretchof Ipir mast: lwThoruSh%(*fli>ra4 intensely.sWUtrsea < } step-could probably diTectlyotio .
id the.PCP'
5;AN ACT for Ie: relMcf toeAaerieaii ColonUa- S Cannot brother.yield to brother '.' seawiili, calleu.the See \I ClififagainBt } still fae. high,arydji-waa dangerpas.tdapprqacb nobtY'leCured, rf effsctaally! desire ..
around his father.
.( tioB'JSocUty.; :'Th efarat semblance of" ofih r' which'so many noble ships had been pitched the. ,. _fiB?,*.;'_?.,,e&-els., ,, t city and remains 0 of :. farmers for ; 'Every taresei S '
Be it tnaded by the Senate' and Haute ,of Cannot. chndreri of one mother "' ':" to'destruction; '.; '1 C' '. tf '' ; h rtt: ;ir :b s lY'"engigeir:IItMUng .1 .;::.Piov.i4&c-sai4;: .ML, Acke5v} ; till bettsr; might bespitia ,: :. .

Repw4PJatiws:0f t t&t Putted State of JLmtr- .. ub&tp,f stagmght(tt ,. j .:*iNotbmgieao eare* her'.:said':\ ye1 i' l\m of/articles :jn verefloabnt, butGeorw >f ntJ'iii 1o:..! fult the eff tour. S *.way to analyze. soUsi aa4 directed ,:;
.. _.. look put 11,1( the .U\Qde. Iwaa/tlboUO cf b.1 winttrtteWbett .
&a nsnaemUed,.Tbat.the Secretaof "W itb aniapptreiitcalmiie: ;'.l ieti .would t-&tdr1tept 1 stea .f ? to the most- '=taadthe' ;,.

-tbi Treasorj.be,:jind isjiereby,*, ,&u.4borZej -. %'wt'eo1u U't aii1 iiiOi; tlS '. havestrack; .a Iaudsmah: as; totally callous! ; nit and 11(" ;5'v, : h :twben; : .th. meaIrelo.ult beat'moa *.or; 'tTo ._ .
: hate soonerBn
and requixed. npcr eguitable ..printoAeUe.the,4ain .ia r rblc1141i i1 JJcit't41 C S and-eruellAlreaJy there nJolifie t .. ifa:consdebeistai :Tbt1.made wi .1Ie fl1tr 'thesii four a4vanUe ,to 'srtfra: isaiieets :i'''

: ? "ot:tie ,American 'Eteri'\ 'i'r' Mh. ;' S '_10 "., .,'. mo eme t.'in.1be''Cr wdw-, rg 1oritzd! 'tll rt'end ..hrt:1here:.Thev 'er raria' .aut inih&iame' *f.mftiotherSWfenbidthCruiid :; cr:& s MfcnnlsV 4

:_.-"Societyl..Jul 1bejppoflan4kance : SlICJ'aI4, iw !' 1O' ;. and:hIS .comrades':: t1i l' ;ex.penencelQeannbatJlumber PIUleit '' 5 1COn"a.lQng4eoI;11 i.uster'J i 'many others might & *w&Attfese ;-
;in lAejna''ol:tie'.4f re ,' .I.\ ...) : ':l > ':) II ww'going pato !D9 jm1ysiflgle p'enc1mngiIrJhe partnerT be z,|wjolHto&pment yd.twith masfexceed. tH'sjisi;')at?ot -; S

'!fld othearquiPousapd.' for 1W irW l aUOTforWBt. *. .:* :';', assist, if I'o ,ia:: aifrig1he h 1nAtt en'd:1it1t: & fjuuiaJn.ru'ct"\bmg:1i[ the best fishing smack ihaf can b. found !the D tlay,mbrt' ; a i;'!1'AOy :

"' .. ;lft.r.wt1i lol..;.e. desk ; 'ek1Dt.Y.r:1dl "&I'J' 'S '!f. if&ndtbvess: ; lwbich 1\&I o14S ti"'o'b 1'U1'-( b6l"io' < q"d d"thtDo4t1 ft iu);witl:4.fiift iii'mber 'in the-port of HnU- nd ,if ao rst-rat.one l .1 ', Ias: > j-n-' fc1, I

J" ''.A'. '.' : 4 A"jtJ 1i I'b aoU" : earth ooJd av< KLitile hope; indeed,f was I'1 bfldkbaltbe5: buitt4fq. -t.7 ; '
?Wl tlh I I aUeJWoII .an'., 4'1" ... iiQ leb1ZfIj "i r bif\ r '
J tonebimDdre&Oafl43 ,
: t .. ",.IA.aL-"." 't \11 ':for5 cliff : n 'ask,your acceptance ._ .'pupila f 1h < ,
rth* aa .aht 'L.L-b"may find,,so 4q we ah ._ _,4 ."E'ij''hi7 them of-salvation/oMife,: the wi* dCUott4ibedrtne& aOt4.f disisterttibit
t .; : t tnb .' ttbi1bii'h e7nnaged s a,Kttle:.ruidagauurt tho 'I k_
fine to the%! ai4 society oat .ofani' money In : miles i 6emntio'lor tb :wb lttJilti ;; : ,,
6f o'-ftt b NolIS"tjiofoo; .
: &W.Wf ; t. 1' Mi.oatl w'r
i rwj .
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IIllith '
: cb ti ; fet'o 'thi&
f" ti c& d mc thh
e4.'r.l1tro" shauLl and .
'--..A1.UuWi ".O'J 1 hich ih&lseayras Wd p: > tr _
On4ed'tb. hfleoicxcee4ftydo., .. .i ed.feet ia aJtjfldeafain t'! ; $ ;..-. : i.iai "of .
,-'' lI'-' H"L'Po't i' Jtoe" trbrre ,adltgtatituiteE.makyadthlak thiti $r.'t.bat <
J. 4& 'J; >' "' "" "} 'PC9''VIJIII1O': DO= Ule JIIOYlOJ''i" :, hurling its.treaittoijus billowAto. *t!&' tj many "'Jm l'; .C1 _
r : .. *" .it ; J 'iatrweTTaVe uowan'tbatwe! c6' ,4-- .; _
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': nenced the elements, each containing specimens showing The authorities'having ascertained that the.rt-; FLOWA, REPUBLICAN.j .' Ll ,'AdmilnMratioh- 'by withholdin}: suppTres vehnbtThelIevi Whigs., ;, for 'their, denla1cft.Jh- :
: of mountain rocks, and soil. was a number of suspicious looking char' ,.;-ea tbat party"epirit.eouwte the-Notltero Democi t:the postulate The -folIowbi -let tr i i. fr0Bi
with other! natural and artificial curiosities. 3 cy p,4 ,, : .; aReadjEngineer : Pn
acters congregated at SouthAmboy.'Iiakielew'rtz \ : : carried'sb tar : with'the lives of '
.4 A Iimi1ar request by Superintendents and : ;,#: tK j''cf' ) as'to trifle, t bai'lkeSouthern bnujch-fofltbe' family...arein formerly ,a1Cnag'litsuT ,.
was garb' a ) t11 '
Trustees of rdl:tFp.iC : "; = '} J, ; (7defenc le s inhabitant tf bf the;;,frontier '
; i! schools generally through the newly n'godownt gj : : l AX jJ : We .,J leive' to othew:tfo;,inecolate aDpnt i w> way chirgabiei-witoDriving off our V State on matters of iosinesa, wi4 j
country roust' soon render collections, of nature South Ambiy,1ningl with' the suspicie.tsaracteriihere ) 1tJ :[ ; ;', r,' \ ; :reason*(r,motives jhat:i 'the) ult.Jies, with excellent credential'as to bit profeutonal
and ,
F 'S art among the most ch and if obtato i in- '" > *' \. :' "*
common "
as possibU undoubted d if adequateprbtectbn not theiVhigs,
,'VUT1REFIIE; 'FAviLus. : : competency. Having reached Florida'
they evidently would be : ,_ fey
: .. _. < among the moat in formation that would lead to the discovery afforded ,to the 'people:of the, frontier, we ,
;, . utensils.: of.the' ploter' of the epeditioB if,such ex* While adventitious, italics, and,t'rillc I wish; the.whole country understand where To'tbe question we say. we claim nothing tray of Jacksonville, be proceeded to',TaB .
Lm&tfn- l '\, pedition been' foed.. :He"61ceet displays of pUDct: t nf''at substituted t jor the [fault and'the responsibility?: "*, either.+as; evincing that Massachusetts will u&tb .,( t r i iith"'tIrL..h.ing .

1'. ._; ',"' :: "nUtd jr.'tl's..tu.*!. 1r$14.ntaths" : admirably, and'the result,wa argumentn the fS olt pf.tbe.JV: cj.jippn i JrEW.YORKPOLITIClt. support the '!law-albeit,we were somewhat uDieaJio't1'. O lin4r
the abovenamed parties.. .. the \Sth. ; the Simms' TALLAHAJSHC
? encouraged ,
: Goyernori'a'correspondence th by case-so lgnasber"Democratlc" 'Ap.t,29tb; |_'
: : '. 1IDiGTofAptif25r1851, deal of i We have been publish' the '
There ,
',wasa great asurdity-con. permitted to, Mr Six "" '
Secretary of'War lfl&atoft t lights are in ; or nasa : Agreeably tojOuTjin' :
i i'it \YIrertaslhere U raso-> t iJIt1ieie that a nected with the expedition headed by relatye' to,the! I of a',letter, writtea 'a power .
; Lopez folIowisg'extrat by
I tnillitary; expedition is about to be fitted out but not a much as c Indians, and white im; .. .- 4 .: -r"' ",' since Faneuill Hall has been refused by their made you, that I should pve ..y Vo h.
e "dennocratlc"
: in.tbe:United StatesTWtb the intention to invade was: : with thouyndlh'pr: no dOlbthathe ng A'the Federal. prominent- :***T politician*: in west associates-, ,",to JV chater.- ,Still,>,because-,the manner,,ia.wMch',P-krrodsuJgjj

e'.i island of Cuba"a colony..of pain, st eamerCkopatrawas( r; e.use move, the Indians," it maybe :well..to eef:r if rn.Y. &, to'aY resldenfof this,place fV Nevs neither! claims paranties'louhe 'suc brought\. intq j ccusutpetiilog( f4 ,liia
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, r with which: "this"country is at peace,and pf the expeditionists, but amore unfortunate. "the,"Federal GT rpmeni-brbich'< ;'fa C ',Politicallyems to be qaiet cess of the Fugitive law,'nor 'takes them State I beg;leave to ,i 8Smit1followcsg
; whereas,it. isbelrcved, .that this expedition is ictafl In evety particular (fof, such. purpose ;,,
such however is far from tbe real 'of 'ito'ri
? .4 instigated and Lfet on foot byfocgnrs'who : seen.' ,Mint.of your ,readers me nuhe'; Administrtion..in tbs'.inAtrie, state when)they are :offered, it i is no proof''that 'hich, ,app 1 .., *, the. D95mwlotJh
.t.,'t )I dare t(1 Make ol1r;sh6res die scene of their ,kno\v a8'neve, lib "doubt jiave; travelled in are', r .sponsibl "for. .the frprnFlorida" the'case, The truth is Seward,. Weed, & they do not exist y a dIf it made no such a attainment oft that object\

I P. t guilty v&nd bostiie,;: preparations: against 'a A,number,of years ago she'ran on' the rJ the military.. force, ." needH,- to' effect Co. hold the Whig portion this .State)!in claim it shows a'singularreadin' 5s in answering Canada, teountTy1romnbicb't wM 'ia

1 I1 : 'friendlyrower"and: seek by falsehood andIJ" Sound- on the,Boston route. .* the- removal,' orto" ? keep( v assurance perfect abeyance;-while: $_*bY in,4-Bareh the measure e draw'OTy'cbnclasioni,)*,'Jik.I.i I
It: ; misrepresentation .to seduce our own citizens [ 'She continued ,in that service uctil sheas' our.citizens'i & Co. have; inqniry'S
.equal ( )nearly so) tateii much wattt of
If Mr. capitalJtt'sai the
from ; ,
young and inconsiderate ,used ; Sand the who would ofsarety / ons.
t ;" t c'alythe! jnto w up : man go theh '
1", I their wickrd schemes, an ungrateful return'TorthV. now twentymiles! in her'would be cpnsiderel The Secretarsr'of, :; Varin. his letter,of the, over the Free Soil(branch of theLocos, andunless "Democratic" and 'Free.'oil coalition" lt.her'. own. "expense a)atfeodjaiita,'

I : :benefits conferred npontbem by this, as foolhardy in the last degree'" :Achooner 21st, .wrote :, "ThV, 'apftrppnations' made I mistake entirety'the figns,::6" supported him,, under a notorious. bargain for of, plank road and:about 2'or'303" nii Wf' -

; I. people permitting them to make bur coun which*was purchased for the occasion by Congress the' upporot the army du-' times we are ou ,the eve'of a,'g>ea po,al! the offices the' -more discreditable' and, the macadamized. i roads; the. 'lath. ,h eTeWare

J I aa.asylum,of,fronupppression the hjpsnitality thus and extended in Hagrantabuee craft*is, containing not much"bet i a r. hundred With these Germans two the approaching 1 year, are entirely: i inadequate crisis, bywhich ,UNION me i,. must 'see the vaunted reliability of .the": .Demo ia i" far. n owt a stand still)*.while theformwireev*.

tQ.tbemAnd whereas such expeditions can. and other foreigners,"'fey vessels'pf'war tCK the 'purposeand 'eveo: if theDepartmeniliad necessity of co-operating and acting ieth.ertear4less' I cical. Aside from the offices, it was a sheer ry day increasing as tbe'want- ofOn -,Jrati '

c-il: I pnly?be regarded as adventures for plunder off the Cuban'coastibree of"them steamers, at:!its disposal, 1'.themUttary: of old. party',linfs and: distinctions and shameless support of a Freasoiler ion1 beco4ore inaniiest ., : : fr>

1't ; t t. apd.robberyjan&mnstmeet the cbndemnation as .well as the British: and'American cruisers forcenecessaryto- *?. -!-- ,enabte- ,:.it*, to--f,,-make,v .. araginst'the'Indians ,:and rally one and all to the'reSene bf Frees Jism, to the exclusion of. party, the firsl projec n'pf a,road.i ida :' ijx
rt >of.the civilized world; whilst they arederogatory.to i in those seas, were to be evaded, and besides the Constitution and the Union-or a charter j obtained and '
I in Florda it would be ourhappy' country, or'the",South. ,is ,i: -.although |t$.
Spanish"army 01,25,000.Slanisb
t t the. character* of pur country, a be wrested&ldiers. ''so'' by the rant loffunds1 Republic has seen her best days. The lajin", believe" amount of stoc 'subscribed i notsnflicina'
tJt'9 in violation of -, laws of nation, and ex-, the island of Cuba was to prevC :, we was' originally ,
i pre8811,probibited.;by"our own-our statutes Spain;'and apportioned among the invaders" .'.Se'a yan'Buren: have, notice. ; I laid upon the ,result in Connecticut and to complete i it still'l Jt i iVlosffn jbnniig

I" declare that if any person shall) within the 'The; Cuba reiicl Seized, at JTtTVikrU. 'jtIs, .CongressIlienagansib6nihe- { recently written to the Abolitionists of B&s- Rhode Wand-and in Connecticut the only t elDselves"into' .a'companyagrteabivrb'ftiprovisions )(.

.e fl leuritory! or jurisdiction foot of the United State?, xpedltol .,', ,?. pointless attempts at irony should fcc"1 direct-. -, ton-and. that too-t_ a time of great excite- anti-compromise Freesoiler! elected to' Congress of,theAcu i.JLs< og&ras| ., .)cIi_'
L. begin or pet on. provide '
I:i I the-means for any' military :expedition or. prepare or We learn from the New York I papers that ed.' the'y, would then. have at least :the' meat,in the case of,'Sims,'he slave. They was. Cleveland-slid, 'this,was acconv-. tory i is formed and'the p+officm'i

'! t 5!; enterprise to be carried ou, from thence on Tuesday, Mnd, Mr.Tallmadge', the U. S. merit of hitting the14thark." Congressa"Democraiic"Congress '" h'ave"thus placed tbernselves'as: advisers, plished by another "". mocr tic" coalition ted a call on the substribia- Ckb ll"it-'fi

-: against the territory\or domains of any foreign Marshal'there, received had intelligence been ch rteied fiat the -forced. by the alders,, 'and. abettorsof", -. '.the-' Garrisons"' Phil-, over the regular Whig candidate, who declared -' made of from-two, 'to:foui. dollars' *"*
steamer by
Cleopatra "
II'':. II or people price with or state whom, or the of any United colony States! district are at certain persons;?and[secretly fitted out wit; Mexicanwar'4ebt' of their contracting, to lipse \V endJes &, _Co.-and, Jn" oppositionto I himself against the,precious tenets of and an :Engineer emploJtdclOr IJ\ak": ...

: : peace, .every, person w pflwding shall be nnns and ammunition for the purpose ofbefng curtail the necessary y expenditures i the their country 'and laws. Will not"this his antagonist. necessary sUrYey.d ii.directed to'phtct

,', of' deemed,guilty of a high' misdemeanor and : employe! *!'in an expedition against the defence of the o ntias" 'well from Indian' open the eyes of all not born blind l' lithe Southern ."Democrats," (as our St. before the competent anthonty tbe pTot-j;

t. shall be'' fined not'' exceeding e thousand' |I Wand, of Cuba. The i :.Commercial saYdHe :. aggression as from foreign attack upon the ever, you never,must. expect an f' ? HOt-{ Augustine neighbor claims) have done mostto L profile of'the,road, with'a, POrt t'ot it. pjncticability '-

I.l.., t: f .1 1 oJla, *,,and imprisoned. not more than three Washington: immediately for despatched a message a Cabinet to seaboard, by suspension of'building for to reason or 'respect* ,1 jaV*. He, is retain support' at.the> North, the' ultra accompanied .bya; ,apprcaima't,

, t. ; i' years.,Now, therefore I have issued this my meeting was held instrucions, of which was; tifications. emissary from tbe spirit'world.. He stdjtsabove portion of them have, made fast friends of r estimate of the cost. :By-this; means every

. i proclamation, warning all persons who shall that the marshal was directed to procee I Ioithwith But it is to the ,following- } article from the and beyond all laws,' compacts or con- some of the magnates, of the higher law" individual'desirous of taking "stock'ja t thi

. Ii i. connect themselves, with! any such enterprise f to use all means in his power I Washington Republic" that-we desire to call stitutions, and supposes he has a basis above in that secon. enterprise is enable'to see the d'sadvantajes

. f 4.* \. or expedition in violation: of, our laws and prevent the sailing of the expedition, in con attention. the mounted and beyond c}all, upon'certain i ideal{inherent as well as the,ad vantages:.of. 'the_ ,.ro eX-
.. national obligations, that they will therebysubject fonnity with the eighth section of the neutrality I regiments recommended "It appea'rs now to be decreed.',that whereas to"biuld
Mile Should
black there enough'subscribed
r themselves to tbe heavy penalties denounced law. Mr. Tallraadge accordingly by the' President haviTnot been I rights possessed by and wooley an. Editor- has 'the'privilege of writing !

:i l against such offences and will Icr- apple to the commanding officer at the navy raised-if the Quartermaster's Departmenthas L heads, which should trample on all laws or himself down as 'we,' in all consistency he; portion of tbe'read,',say. 10 or 15 mIe\h!

i"I I feit their claim to the protection bf this Government for an auxiliary force, but it was been unprovided for, not only for the orders of'society established and intended to ought to'be called "'Editors'-and although I is immediately" put" '"under, 'contract,, and< .',the

: 1.\'. .j or any nterference in their behalf, refused on the ground that no special instruc: ensuing, but for the deficiency the rest] ect and in'Some degree to protect the: he may state, at the bead of bs paper, 'that I stockholders>arc called upon.to pag,in.a ttttaiu >-
no matter to what 'extremities ,tbe)" may"bereduced lions to that effect had been received. The o pTsettcal he is one, courtesy demands tbat he should '
at the time' the on their,stock snfBctent
paefaeeind to
p in consequence of their illegal con.'kh chief of police, however, volunteered the aid l year-and if, as one of consqner: same secure to be addressed as two, and greeted as 'our co- percentage ;
duct; and therefore I exhort all good citizen, of twenty men of his force. and J th these ces, East Florida has been replaced i black population 'th.r'. greatest amount of temporaries!' pay the monthly estimates of the contract*yand Aa

It'e! as they regard our national reputation the marshal hastened, on Wedneswy even same destitute condition in which, it before happiness and protection they ever can' en- Well, we shall not be less polite than our the current expenses oftknndeij, .f)

.p k? they respect their own laws, and the laws ing, t the performance of duty. information existed under "Democratic" rule, to the last joy on this continent; neighbors, and cotemporaries'' shall have "*. C" ,:/: f
of nations'as they value the blessings' of r been received in the meantimethat a fair division of the 'honors.-NtW. 3
having '
'Democratic" t"'Dem "Boston :I perceive has 'last redeemed It is also for rthe directors.?
Congress, and .Jit. customary a
t}I Iif : peace and the welfare of their country,. to the Cleopatra had gone down the bay toft We admire a spirit of reciprocity. Ths
1 discountenance,and by aU lawful means prevent and anchored there, with a view to take onboard ocratic" chairman of the Committee of herself by showing that t'tbC'laws can be executed person or by an agent who Is well know
to neighbor in dividing :
b4 any such enterprise ; and I call upon several hundred men, Mr. Tallmadge( Ways and Means in particular, be awarded there-more than this hoever"ilI'I ] only disadvantage our and popular in.the country, to'travel"=Tajhatrart

It every officer of this Government, Civil or promptly chartered the steamer Jacob fall,, the praise be required, or Fanaticism will triumph. the "honors" of the plural, Is that to us likely to be affected byi the 'J Ireatioa of

I Military, to.u e ,all. efforts in hs; power to and taking the United States revenue cuter -_ -- I do not despair if the .real friend? ij tQe they -Would be inappropon. Rather,;how the road and o'ieit fioni.iRdiyid.aala': livicg
; arrest for trial and punishment, every such Morris in tow, started in pursuit. <
From '
than have bur intention
[ ] ever, to be 'courteous"
.. ;i offender against the laws of the country. 'The cutter was stationed outside Sandy The Frontier th Rpublc. countrycan- be aroused." there_subset ipt'ona ou.its. constructlbnj

. Given under my hand the twenty-fifth day of Hook Ligl and the Jacob Bell cruised Every -arrival from CALIFORNIA Department.tromTEXs INGENIOUS.The impeached, we will cheerfully apply this generally,i is soccessful. ;lf not!:,compa.fly .'
: .i'' April, in the year of our Lord one thousand about bay in search of the steamer of and NEW Mexico the singular hereafter-unless our'cotem- is often obliged to issuebonds, for [the
brings intelligence editor of the News thrown into .
- eight hundred and nfty- ne, and the the could be of a insists bis In
Nothing seen porary on plural. tbatj ase
i expeditionists. some new perpetrated by the In- finishing the road redeemable' withm/J
of the perplexiiy between his obligation furnishthe ,
i- seventy-fifth independence of the her, the marshal returned to dians. to our Cotemporaries can,be accommodated.
United States. the city aboat" two o'clock this morning, world with passing intelligence, and his fewyearsaid bond, when 'Uedri in'small
. Sf MILLARD FILLMORE. when the Cleopatra was lying at tbe dock, by every the impunity reason to with believe which that these, en desire to please trje restofmnkind'in seeming ElecUon of Snmder. amounts, being.always at'par;prov'ded. they
By the President. foot of North-d street. She immediately courage .
pore was bear Interest. .
. W. :t. DERRICK, Acting of State. taken of oitra"es have hitherto been too often com oblivious on certain subjects, adopts;an Several) telegraphic despatches yesterday
I VV. H H _Secretary VH MVV in the possession the and now remains theyvi make fearful inroads into expedient which'to say the J least,is ingenious announced the election of CHARLES SCMXER, From what I have seen of' :the country .
custOy' marbal' the the at last, to the United 'States Senate, from 1
From during '
v T Cuba. The Joural o$ that approaching although it may not accord with the most Massachusetts. between Jacksonville ,and Alligaloir'r ifr- .
it ; Accounts brought' by the Ohio, at New there were no persons on board the Cleopatra The summer.War Department, we are informed, is exalted jiotions of the. liberty of the press I This is the result of the almost unanimous not think that on'th'!, continent a more' t T{

% consternation York, state that prevailed great excitement in Havana and, caused much except her ordinary crew employing all the resources at its commandto and editorial 'Independence.; Editorially be vote of the combined Democracy and Abolitionism rable. route for:a plank l road:;" \be, .selec l 5

E4. 4 by the rumor of another invasion of the Island A Spy Ii.the Cuban Camp. avert these calamities, but those resources gives no currency, to rumors and circumstances of Massachusetts same parties ted, nor do I think-:>many' 'such'loeatioas '.wv,'
of Cuba. such The is from are entirely disproportioned to the magnitude that sent Mr. CHASE. from Ohio.-Southern could be[found'Mrfavprable! where
: -: So confidently was an following the Savannah A'eir* of the service. indicating our own neighborhood as the Press. unprovej

, I eveut anticipated, that during the week before of the 1st : The Executive has done its'duty in this focal point of another Cuba expedition; but mel' ,!is" so' much, needed, a$ t.can t W fW-

t.t: tbe Ohio sailed the troops be were ordered The young man from this city, who joineda matter. The PRESIDENT in his annual message a. correspondent, appears in its columns,- who The Mercury in allusion to,in article experience. It wiltljpiecessaryjajonatBg;
and .
:;t. to sleep on their arms, to ready at art '
of the Macon and the SECRETARY I '" which we also copied at the'.time, from' its the road make velK od ditches .aad
f;;; moment's warning. company expeditionists! at OJ WAR and i in a feeble attempt to, be a sort. of "Joe" to
1 some two weeks since, with a view _to ob. Commanding General, in their respective reports j V j- general circulation, unaccompanied by,any as.i i '
;ti j 'The Havana correspondent of the New Miller, parades the paragraph from .tht contradiction raise, the track, appears to,me that: owing
says"What justification
tain information of the m've- at the opening-of the last session of any '
contemplated '
; York Express, says : ment, to be used by tbe Spanish Consul here, Congress all united in earnestly recommending Republican giving the 'on diti of the Cu Southern press can find from attempting to to)its being 'so ,1 level, water mustnecessarily : -

. ? From the unequivocal movements of this returned in the St. Matthews yesterday. As an ad.Jlional number of mounted men, expedition. By this means our neighbor attach importance to this miserable Boston lay.on a great pbrtlpApf! route,-,at4.
'..' Government it cannot be doubted that an well as we: can learn the facts, he went to having shown that infantry is of withholds revelations obnoxious fa ricationwe.. are at a luss'to: imagine, will not run off quickly as it, would did tbe

attack is hourly expected.. The Spanish Macon, where he mingled with the membersof but little service against an enemy who is lic sentiment makes himself to, pub though tbere'are doubtless reasons.". We land undulate as it does on this side of fail-.
, steamer "Isabel" has been taken almost highly popular are not conscious of attached
passenger ] the company, and by professing a desire always mounted, Congress paid no haying any r "
!. possession by the Captain General of.the to join them, obtained their confidence and a attention to these recommendations.But > with all the lions of the day, and gammons importance to the communication, as we pub ison. The cost, :'this- however wif)4Be
Marines and lies at Batabanoa, the terminusof knowledge of their destination and 'plans. this'was not alL At an early periodof his readers' with the "latest intelli.- lished .it only in part, and with no original. small compared .wjifc., the. beneficTai'.rtsulis

.. the railroad on the south side of the Is He then returned to this city, in advance of the session the SECRETARY OJ VVAR ad.. gence11-borrowed. Is n't that shrewd ? comments, except those 'remarks substituted thus accruing from perfect drainage and:4o.
land,subject to his'orders; they are to make tbe company, whg'itwi be remembered dressed communications to the Committee of for such portions the article as. we designedly i ing-away with,the possibility o/,water lodg
I use of her probably to transport troops up came down as mile station, Ways and Means, informing them that theappropriationsfor 'he Ancient City:and ,News have thoghljr" omitted. ",,
: or down,the Coast in case of an emergency. on. the Central, Railroad, and turned ,back. the Quartermaster's Department it would be ridiculous and absurd in the ing,on the track'Of the_r ad. 1 .feel) tbtl'
: A flag staff has been' erected on the palace Having communicated ,information of, the for the current fiscal ye ro a bone" which we hurriedly extreme' to charge against 'us who have diffident in giving ah estimate.of!,what' the

signaIwith the Mora, 'where telegraphic movement to the Consul, Le then returned to 30th June next) would be rending. brew off the other,day, in heading ,tot merely transferred the article in question to road would'cost, ;the;.price' of .labour and

. A news is received of..everything gf suspiciou' Macon in pursuit of his original design to deficiency arose in part from the fact that a. b et article which ran Return'of the Heromm'The our columns after it had been in general materials differ.so'.yidely'frora: .wbat.I.an;
nature.that happens the coast. The regiment the and portion of these appropriations had been S C it circulation without contradiction with impropriety
betray epeditionists applied %pounced upon expend-
accustomed to,'but I shOuld think"that at tie
t4 that occupied tie Cubanas has reached I in doing so. If insinuation, ,
them station No. to the of any
on tbeiryay'as as 2, payment expenditures made considerable'amount of :
IB ,that fort and snov d to the city side of the on tbe Central Road, where,be to or debts contracted during preceding years. e' a virtuous: hole l- from'wbat quarter soever it come, be intended outside it ought{not,to cost m ietii '$I460d

t ba.rbqr"wberelhey are ready to march at'a leave them. But his designs having attempted been Such deficiencies, in some one bf the Department and said that because we wrote Marsha.1 for us, we can 'only say. that it argues a per mile-the price for which (I have,heard)

. t. moment's warning. AH of the men-of-war,, discovered, be a arrested by he Cubans 'or in all of them, occur every year, T key, in an effort :to redeem his! character: degree'of i ignorance, of propriety, etiquet, a plank road, is ,'now building frotnuNetr

4 of wbjcb,there twenty-sir, areconf'tant., and forced to accompany them, with the assurance provided for as a matter of course; ft >m'sho. coming .in the, Shadrach case,ty or knowledge of editorial duties and obligations Port to-' 'this which
near city/tbe location of ,
ly cruising tbie"coast,excepting one frigate, to the country'a' large which is ,
k that he should go to, Cuba .in the and yet the Committee of Ways and Means ding nfs in the next "' onteste'd'witl any
the flag ship;'and the steamer Pizarro. All I front rank of the expedition. ,As a paid not the smallest attention this com duty .. I thing but consistent with'common sense. is much' like'that. from.Jacksonville, to, ; A1E
. ; of these preparations, you must admit, indicate of course, his-situation now became, an mater extremely munication. The "js t,"that the totrnois the palm of heroism,", we spoke in Now, we'boast not of the prescience'I gator. v<*

p Mrtf the belief that a speedy descent is to be unpleasent one, and be watched appropriations for consequenc Quartermaster's, Department of the Boston official with some who pretend to see through a millstone I think it only req ires.a .meeting' be '
r made ot' :Ibis Island, and many do believe < for nature ,,has, ,'only fasnoned our
every opportunity on tbe match to effect his for the current'year are already exhausted egradit. }ztten Such perversion of ancaptandum "
.. ,. called of the friends of the'
t tbat it.will be made within a week. Aly escape. He made several all. ot 'Important movements, are now '" visual organs like those of othe ,men ; but ,enterprise
1 L own opinion is, ,that both the government L which were unsuccessful, atemtt one of going on in the army requiring.heavy ,dis! .: passage, to'conTeY the silly we have had no reason to do.otherwise complete, the'amount ..pC8tock':'requiraC! -
t. l and the'p ple makingthemselves' very which he was fired on ard made a narrow bursements .in that department. Besides its i ic ;a that'we reproach northern officers whoa than congratulate ourselves in a favorable the charter, so.that'the compaiymaf.

,. t a : uncomfortable, unnecessarily, and that a escape from ,being shots The line of march ordinary expenditures necessarily)large, in e faithful, and that we are not Justus South, comparison of our mental optics with those mediately organized and :be ready'la com.
,. ( second attempt to invade this If'Jand.in iu was from the station on the railroad, through countries singularly destitute of i all the ei tas hyperboreanhightalkihg\ editors i, toY of our friend, the Mercury, a others whom '
. : present state of defence, is not at all proba- Mcintosh, Glynn and Camden counties means and appliances acquired for the tbe'J least of we have made our standard, as laying claimto 'mel e the.neees1ry'zutv yi ;soon 'eo oIr
t t : b1e But give you tbe facts and current L the Satilla river. The crossed t poll of.:;an arm ,services of an sup si .ungenerous "i tenf,",and.is, more than,'ordinary wisdom. We conceive to put the'route'under .coutaeVbore' September *'

4 report* from which you may draw your own I Altamaha at Fort Harrington party, in a canoe. character are required of it. An entire reg n are.of'ten covert appeal ,to popular pre it our duly to' advise,the public on all l neJt.. '"' ,

. t3 Inferences Two passengers ;left by the! prisoner acted a ferryman,.and after iment (the mounted riflemen). are now on j ice than' a sincere attempt at refutation.. matters of moment and shall continue, dp: I shall feel very: "happy IT.1 ,can?,many&&
L Prometheus have been arrested, .and placed I the same, whether our
the he availed him their from O'other bccasfons"
getting company way OregoujoTexas; a regiment ,opposite conclusion I "
1 theCubanus, but will, perhaps, be. sent the opportunity across in the ca of infantry has just ordered from Jef auld be drawn"from individuals governments ministers, who way forward the.undertaking, hr'b'd.
;. :' in the Georgia. Tbe (el escape ben w a slur upon northern act their vice otherwise'and wfli .rflosfcneerftiQr
. away OA/o or sloop : but after a "hard paddle" of some threeor ferson barracks to .Indian country west t may as representatives; haying i it or .
;; f 1 pf, war ,'Albany and French war steamer four miles down the river, he was overtaken of Arkansas: while the regiment now station nc'tionaries-wholesale denunciation beinsinetmes always in bar power to render any reparation furnish'plans:of the'mbst'approved 'inethodof

:D & Jog dare, in. port. by his pursuers, who bad obtained i ed in the l latter country .has been ordered. ,applied as the measure of South whichwe are eYer' willing'to make, i if 'laying the roaif, both-as to economy' and-

f rt e '|Bp nih JllnUter_ and United States Anthorllle another boat and carried back. cm. further west to establish chain of ex en .indignation.:* ;-When has .the Ancient deception is'practised upon' us,' or brought efficiency. d: .
; : '% *. pany pursued,,their march, keeping a close tending through the north of pst C '; become, i 't the! champion, of Boston bffi-: against them. '** r 4)
, S guar over their prisoner; until within about river to the Rio Grande./ Add to this 1 The above, from a. spirited 'Charleston Believe'me- .io !bei nrdearSIrv' '' .* i
4s' When did M
.; ..umISGTo'lf, .April25-r. JI. l miles bf Bethal, in Camdei, county, the War been called ,conSCIence witb oar neighb :Yours i most* sincerely
tr ,The Spanish )1i ist ';;had a, J long' Interview when a favorable onportunity presented itself tat upon to Department: 6rt8 to ha: commission r, move to ,the ,swift work bf doing them paper, the,"Sun aptly describes our. own 'W-M.:STEERS* v
; .
; ,
. th [f :with the President relation to 1 the while'on the march, the night;and hefinally for surv'eying- cn""boundary, t the .ij ji slice ?' As for our,wish'.'to' make-' 'parcfpitl" y course, and expresses our own thOU J1ts. COLI7MEr.DxEWr, Es j.v'Jacksonville..
; ,
meditated attack Cuba. ,Tbe Secretary
rii upon effected his He traveled .
eSpe' some party engaged'.i IUrcyingtbe; .rlverGiaunder by proclaiming'release of Sirnm 'w '. .' ': "- '
S of. War and the Secretary of the.Navy, two and. vhen he reached ; .A .DIG, ,D4Y'jS WORK.
: .daYJ ligb! ; .. Congress, i itisftb We )Jearn'-thate d, oaf been madeat
bettermodethu .
for and remained the -in- : make it,,than .
& were ent during Brunswick, ,,here be"tk'; the; boat which India superintendents and-agents, created by We are'informed by the
Si .terriew. 'It is known that panics are biuTto fd ling to announce this i superintendent of Wasbinton'Jayorabe toth., paymeatof j| 4 :,
: organized this hatermin.
brought : : by recent to negotiate treaties with the altogether? importantenVvwhfch '
, -= : U_ it different points, for the purpose I'of.JDwml r ated an adventure,,whichj;, "eve "may bethought : I I Indians il'act Califori and the numerous :;was resound'ng'aUbe' .tfme, of r the Saw,Mill ,of M ssrs.'MooJy & Boulter, the interest claims' of'Florida- for losseifroa'
the Ulaud.and in this pla e'th f = '
;. every preparation of itsproprietycarn&ueabeing" 'a tribes that vat pIatnrsrnImoiuj. '1 Voccnrrehce' 'ffonl "one Saturday last,with on agate 1812;. ,
has,been,;u. rr.tbe: authorities,of, the'Unite. very.fcerious.matter. ,_ taiusjon the rot to Qregon. All these itrmity'of"ibi' Ic the ,Mill sawed '35,000'feet of pine. ; '-f' \ .
..p,, to, !intercept them as soon I Ir ""pic. Company'from'whichI! the young manescaped era io. require :' by op aiLtr7.0.! the other." ; We.do not,remember! lumber,'. S.OOO ,of which'was prime, stuff. "fYe\ learn that.Mr,'prane; (*e Y .
-I-ri-- 1 cmmit themselves by; embarking, for were their Burnt Fort Quarn .' 1arge-xperdilurs .be' a eing! the announcement in lh.Ancient '
f, ,"on way'to ter ,) t. City; 9,000 was 1Inchboards: has:been.awarded te cbntrMtfor; cairjtn J
1E.ii purposeaddition instructions : the balance :
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; to I the' Saltilla River"wbich is"to be 'theprincipal.'rendezvous most extraordinary omission a id until he"Nnc.r
on ; that} copied the
'ypec{ ( cruel I Mall Palatial
; other the from Savannah to ,
jbeIarshal and officers,' ,the and 4-inch. Time ,
.kt1 of/'the "occupied from' "
r vw15 expeditionists, departmentis I left without ii that : sun to
means jny; paper silenttibout"the '
.if .of.the'Home Squadron have been orderedjc and where they expeclftd'"smc',500 Georgianf t discharge its importanf duties. ... > ,the wa r repr sun.. 'This,,is consideied,"*ooe ofJ the'day's- T.D'Dexterhi: the ,successful b.dieriu t!*
:J4 -cruise inpwch a way,as)0'Tender atjlempt : ) "' ". ,,hera:(or iiegrp, .more palatabie
. ,- .any would be? conceiitratedfiirvras' jSome. time'shice ,v aIlud d 'to. the', fact ( works. routehom. Talkhassee to..i'IacksouIUe2 :
::! to reach Cub almost.f,not wholy: stood i that tvvo:,_Vessels' .with provisions,and that'tne mmiteelof.' Ways'and: Means of I tbs objectors, ) Simms.f .',* .. ,- -i------- -- -. .r -i .'..' Ji '
- [impOMsible., is ,p were; waiting ,them:at the mouth the, assumed :' 'Some of tbe finest new Irndi potai6thave.everseen,1
- and the. !ermantown at Havana.; 'The A. arS'rivet, and would cocweytbeinto the Ihf r Rpresottvt ba I ,A deapatch'fmtjBstop 4ji".uiie. 125th 'Arrow, Rootw, thYplantitipnrof

r rznyyilj l reach: thereby the firstpf ..3lay.lrL ." rendezvous: the Expedition.which ations forth, ". upp re4ucng.arniy, ,appropij-JarJbe-: 6pte i hat Cha: umner;the'ebalitipn candi. In ebruaryof, last year we brought from Cl: :ate Wis':1i'1t grown: upo: tt: \ ,

t ."; e'- ':Hti f. .. -.' is ener of ,the oasf, Islands in ;r.tbe"neigh I low the_estimates, and tbat.too in opposition d\t?*ofbe_,_ ;i;Deniocmey'andSeoj1er; $, Florida few arrowroots, ;and early in the .. ,_. _., t,
; ,' ,; 'j.eNewTrkExpedJt1on, ,, ;: borboo -h'brnb.lteCub expedition whicJi" derstood; large' force, numberiflg'ometeii b MUItary.'Affairs chaiimar I"bf' which; anothet j93'Y9 ea. :-wiithis tt .result:'be.elaJnjed.AsWgw ; l our garden: near' the village; The plant are able by repeated ,tests to.profl j Dia

J few'' Yorkhas t nfeen.;thousand rnenwouUbeconcentra- .rJBtKTt chalenge;:.tbe'chairman rof the gitiv l 1av'asa J i of.the success'of tha Fuiconsequenc grew apparently as' thrivinglyis; we observed them unsurpassed. They ,are very Jarr.1' .'
? been of --the prinepa! men 't / : : 'Mea'; s to point ? of ,thi'triaimph, it growing, n'FIoidWega ;
: : out J.
T- 1(! P 1et and moalyi' and.t U ITttt4
enraged in the: aSairwere. : hiW H "e : : ingle.item: of'the\ estiajatw that'could'be:: n, May ItUTo some of-the.roots to.a neighbor,an/1 his also /f .
yorkcit7- :cm the.26th nh,'bylbe U: i; ', .JL Svanf le'tfcfto'i theBoston;, i ;. urierra. reduce' ... ".''. -. "" *' .; the query put t inthe''Jast: ,paragraph of grew,qUite vigorously our.own,. ,Unfortunately -' ,culture.in- Daval; r o1 'tl\ ,t ,_,_._,,:, \ }
.bl.- 7 heif nameiarJohn. LPa1Iiyan. :.1 Wfunderstand thatthe' the abovewe for pureelf however, weboth .
f r : mOYemeotJ wa'.alltde 'UCUH, i tWa unhesitatingly/ anw : forgot to 'dig ... ;rew. _t t.
(.jn'law.pf Jr Kearney Kogers,aJid for- too,premature i ;; and adds : ,! d'olt! .haphazard :.legislation J in 'regard, to the' ap| .rNpI; J./-twoivery.wfficifnt ; Ser editor-of( the,Democratic.lieview,), Wm) new government that JB bf. wheirEoba'tercvolutiowzed propriationV' Joel the .Hftrt'Wto. war,:was place w ban,never claimed any A. frjend in Abbeville! to ,who,.W"J gave The electiWof Ttfaybr Ddt rASeraien'for.the
: jr.,. ( \ :, ,,Dr.ogerFJ e t,' ellinghereall, that Congress would meet )Jong before jt ex .I.tb" '!. !-'to,' --wes3/of the.Fugitive" som\pf,thejrooti writ Cus: that he planted 'ensuing fear took place'on-Monday last
- .pc.L"I'upta.otl::heIemboalCIe. the iriobr.to ral"ejtt i Iave.'heedful fun .,!;They p ed"..1&1';jconsequentry, .time, to"supply ; o'$Ct: simple! .jeaspndbat,we' never them and foundfthem togrowwelLHe: also The Icir n.-
. ;, ; aD jn Ihe, for. )"vi, been, ,"et. r b ''d lar.' any:'eficlency;;bujyhat'., Iogy.ql1 ba :b.Jh fe4 were.anW w ,,' &: I writes that be'.dugVRen" before freezes Mavor\ Tb'lonv'n'it.iith"' rt&frlO
;. JJiyj5.; $ bJenCer, 1 .t1ei f.d."" ) > pflerea fprdmjfting.tpprovide; : lor aa JC Nlaipcd J.tb t .Placed Mr Samner.i iaoJFAiV, of.winter c .znlDeQc d,"and bad a good crop ,- : ,i
. one.4 w vy :! -T.mrm' ., ; ;I.i 4 f;AaieIc&uha i', deficieneyjin the appropriations' fortb Free-&oileraniLnot' a.D nwcrat.i ?*_ 4, of % bealtby.oots' ;:. Should, .turn out 4ba "ollOw// P.
JI. u U'Dgf.ttjWJ New York } ; t :Cle! Md; i 'j uhei&tyeat-'a\,deflciicy'to1casitled1L. v.n: we wojiW;'IDqu.lrefIWIU this ret that -roo,. na1.lba".I1 f lIy c"lti- 'AlemiT1MJ'Kve.e..w: .
-W"Burr. Fr edto'inch6z&FpOiard. '.Tbe E'for; ''eg't-1ear.,' :;li&\M.wi.b .' aidby: the applications t. j jot. wK.f>e.cUimee l ; aa.'tWertvideoet'ola dia*. yated in,thirJatitude) otjr farmers, jtr U find Paftisbn$ ;\ym.H.3ost ., .
- Ihawier 'in trhkh tbi'trrestipr'thesB' 'Mrie luau teeD_JaUbingJa', enbrwo swigbt tbeuod proprtud'Joihls! yerjothO'piymeutof position,on %partotMassacJjUBett$to en. I1la!"lQor ,profttaD1e.tnan&n1.: anartetable .ph.'Quigtes'afltt-
abooi uHthef curious fgt + ';Amil1 ''o the Fugjiivp f.51.1 T Jaioito-rr1OU&: prod acts,th lr1 da < l'".. aJlIt. $} .
vnj broAbt r p .. : rd1i, ezljturu' 01;previous tb.CqmP will'prOa1J:: The crop "'f--- :' 'IT-; 'f, 1 .n I :,- ; t 1 r.J
Vel. -fJL j3ewYclrJflelte; totbeThiladelphia'f tb.. :8t r.t'bl' Qnst r cu"w J ears.1.tLW'ar&far liJti "" shlbtt.o IlIIPttlQmpropertraoliveii m tA.l 04.'laltt(' .NNJ. of one, .'acre jyill.yieldrth'a j eTeraI . .' ,relaiei it'and ptoetW enSJt i t bj' r'lt'b ; n .\i\\ to.* /.!onis. ;AVf jcanoot 't4jid; : be-latter-quwtlon'lis. f ; pdtHnore'ii,_ dollars, and,w,i\fetG JDfonned..Il(.Flor.da it vance* Commodore;Ci r 5l wart,'wtvMIronsides

, 'SVg: ; rJairU( J i >: eby: lot to'Lho .t !, '\4qIp; tcVor1' suppose it :.po&jibjattsnt ;th4i Comrnitieebf length byljar, cbte. ri"li? -*.d1i,Tf .I thi was fO not more jrduble;euUifate! aa>aere of of the,N>vy, bibs aeertf CaF01cyj '
Polish \ o.''' .. >WyiadMsats ,..ibtJghl'to'tfflbarnst the ,- .P \ t.thinalikquantity of cotton. 'and 'iDer ,
&1ieIcwtzi refugee. ; : City,' ..id.9m' qtte&tiatb'\ j ;r) i
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TJoder the wbolesomc efiect of offended ALL PERSON'S Jndebld; to I he late firm *f :. 1Z1tES$ wise tomes with to a be system understood.
sentiment; the"Board of'Aldermen of & STEPHENS are-hereby requested flTttlE.UNDERSIGNED bavingronnedacot- ecntorks governed,the twooderful social,OTganisAtlon kw 1 wJB zposri fcr sole,is foot of a*
public to B U1 their accounts by .th*. Slit-of May fl.- Bectionin jtb*above business,ia be cvnduo- that th world has r .laeedctdxjjsJ to *;1tbe: entire coarse, house door la thrtown'Joeksoavige: ea the '
Boston hare passed resolutions explaining 1851,else they will be placed into the hands f on: ted in SAY AN K A Hi Bonder the name of vhbhu the mi to** rf Atj5d5SSS-S. astadentmuiiibealleaatfoartsen/earsof age: first Monday ta MayA.D-

action in refusing Mr. Webster the nseoOfaewll Attorney for collection., .- .DTE ft SnETVUAKE, continental Europe; and of t lrzporUomgthatofEngiandudthetfnite4tates.t most gire *iistetoryet1denvs of;pood moral aamed.trafttoIJanXor. ao 5&.JIS551i4IIPi1
their : MORRIS KIEL.Jacksonvina .,. th State
7 1* character;and mu t suataia aa TTfri'"it'flIl*the pay and County tax a.s.e4 pIse*
Hall,'and inviting him to peak May, 1,1851. tf BEO leavo tolcnder 1hc5r eorvices to'lhelr friends 11 would be uae1ess fotme tomerits e following studies, risfk T' Benjamin Thompson.sad du.' UMKOt fir tha*

will of Peter }n Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee Florida,. of the great work which ,. ArithmeUvEknlentsof Algebra; LoHn'oniGreek year-A;X I MoMthw with mai usisiii/a .
.the jour enterprise it
there 'ifpon examining MILITARY BOUNTY LJ KD. and Alabama,with the awuraSc that all busiocs about to give to the American pnblic. From the -Grammar, Jacob's or' Felon's 43reck penses attending said Uvy oo4,Sato. Said trod r

F neit1" V it was found that they had norgbttotfai'etheUaH entrusted'to them will receive their devoted attention. lariated position,which th civilfe hw bees ,e-1tedar1and.th .first-tiro books of XnopbM' of land situated in said eoanty of.DwaU.UM .
Pre-emption Riglits.GESEBAX. M.M.DYE of Savannah. p
Anabasis Jacob's east bank of the St.John's river.eflBtafaf&fttresH
$ Latin Sal-
and order was passeu VJOSEPH 5HEWMAKE ocupyln EeghL d, few of th*standard Doerine' Reader, "
an > A. works concerning it hare: been translated iota lust or Cwsar,Cicero's Select Oratrons.Mid Tir- ty-one acres, and u'te.wi-Ua$ ks> '
hundred'voters to Lave it, LAKO Orrine, : Savansah- ,Feb. 1851., of Burke coT, Ga. English, and toawtnt not been by gil, or what jball bo deemed equiralent. > west by tbe- St Joba't river, M tte wH/k, by?
allowingany.OflC Marrh 81,1351.F Apt.-!?. 6m; the original English treatises on that inbfecL 1 EXPENSES.EirntAscB 1anltbeI: gin&t44t.M. Ra rdoufor a lawfurpurpo ORDER THAT the liberal views of Congress har B tbe ready*mvilation given Mr. Web- in posting the Act of 23th September, 8? ,W, Baker,:. California,and in the new Territories of SflJnt FXK-If the stadentcote as FrwVman bybxndJ belonging lath.heirs of EgbeitB.Bird'
3 u 1850 Land to'certain officers States ,five dollars; if as Sophomoie- dollars; saQ._ --- ." '
lathers granting''Bounty 4'oR2qEY. AT LAW* ted a*well as in Lower Canada, there will -- ? a*
jerby1be other branch of the City and eoldiers who have been engaged in the Military be a ready demand for jonr publication. ,Th* ifas Junior fifteen- dollarsj* v' T said-, *-if-- as- .senior- -,- --;- Uflt4U BOWDE ?, ,

"Jhe returned the following reply.: It service of the United States, may be carried ; profession throughout the Union a-ifl readily lend twenty- dollars. f4ssloQ.2d: T4x Assessor and CoIUetor, Duval conry..

out,. and "every expo/use to the Warrantees. be Reference,*. their favor to the nderUkngaad! i trust 'that Tuition W Session- ickaoiitrltle, Oat. 25. 180. I-t4s .
the Aldermen to ) 2l 00 ,
contains somelhtns for, avoided as far as possible in obtaining the benefits house : $21 ix |
your enterprising win.find iU interest in :
granted by the gratitude of their country for Hon.W. B.:FtEsnxo, Savannah, Georgia. publishing, from time Room rent; ,4 00 >4 00 Th.above sate U postpone entit the tot Met
to time in the lan- '
"snoVe:" faithful and patriotic services;'and at the same March 20;1851.. tfJfEW page, such other standard works, as will English form the Incidental expensev I 00" 1 00 day in Jane eatt. :sssy-- --
M AESHriMJ>, Saturday, April 19,1S51. time tolseeure to the hardy and enterprising settlers : basis of a eivil law library ", ; ; ..- Use of Library; 73 75 THE BRITISH FERIOWCALS '

Te B CMKixLEr. Ei'q., on the Public Lands, the fruits of their industry SPRING GOODS. I remain, gentlemen, Terr respectfully; Fuel JauitotaVaps.. ..- -. J Ott: 1 00. "
Council of Boston. and riri rations tho Secret* of the Interior obedicntjerrant Tlk for Oratory and Recitation -
President of tho Common ; ry HTMIC SUBSCRIBER has received and offers : : GEOUGE EU &
1 50
room- >
Dear S/fifl'received your communication, has directed: settlers _H_ for Sale a fine and extensive assortment of Messrs.LTTTLB fc PaNt ., f -- Fuel is afforded to'the students at cost. A'sntn'equal TLJ1 PdriL&'S
That public notice bs givea to aU on
Made of the latest consist-
Ready Clothing style
of the preamble and reso- to the probable cost is advanced by each '
i transmitting"copies Public Lands subject to private entry, to come izo- flENNEN'TEs"pF: Tht

.) tk>ns adopted on the 17th inst. bv the forward and file their Deolaritory statement, _* S& Coats, Ma; Pants- do.jS .- NEW ORLEANS BAR -student if less;,if the more balance is eonJbmed is refunded.it U charged. to bun ,- A"0. ,S4h7oM Street, New Teik, : .

nnanlmotts vote of the body over which yon within thirty days after making their settlements Vests, do. Shirts, Fancy nosroI, Sept 6. 1350. Board is famished with the families of thVPrt-- flONTIXUE- to publish the four leading BriV
preside. *I Rhoukl be incapable all just and improvements nl required by the Pre-emption *** Linen, &e; Panama Hats MessrS. LTTTLK k BROWS j '- fessor at two dollars pep week.-. V/ Lib Quarterly Review and EbckwWMogatine ,
moment to Act of 4th September, l&ll, so as to secure their Leghorn Hats, Shoes, a flnft a Gentlemen-lam much pleased to learn that Washing at the usual fl ch
emotion if f delayed a express my and interference rates: ;Ju addition t9 thjr have'iycly nj
for so friendly their pre-emption righL, prevent sortment. Also, a variety of Muslins, yon are engaged ia publishing a revised' 'edition All dues are payable in advance.. The,Tuition commeaced |h-pnUieatJiit thanks a proceeding the location of these warrants..
grateful by Gingham, Lawns, Changeable Linen of Strah nTs translation of I O-WAT ow CIVIL LAW. is remitted on application, to all students cultural work, called the J' *
and eo honorable towards myself. And that all warrants ma} be located upon the Lustre, Silk Linen and Cassbric Hdks., Bon-< No work iu the English ianeuag&fin the same ed for the'3f inistry. -design. .*- -

1-wish my stay in this icin'ticou1d be land applied for, if nibjct to private entry on the bets r Glove and Mitts, Parasols, .Umbrellas, subject,It tobe_ compared with ItTUthe follnesa The tuition fee for Modern;Languages rill La 'FrmWi CuidetO Sdet aad.Pctwl4grlctIZtur

web as to afford me an opportunity of calling 3d March, 1851. without an affidavit as to'wheth Fans, Sec. Also, a fine"assortment of Grocciries, and correctness of"the doctriuo'conv.yedihrouh. eight dollars per session,to be paid to ihelnBtruotor ,'; _:: I'By
er said land U improved or not;and after having consisting in New York City-Cured llamas, autmt.i; _
j. ia advance, llz PU. S. ofauthorofth.
and all the mem- v i ,
individually upon yon been so located, said varrants shall remain in the Bacon sides Shoulders Fulton Market From the time of
itspublicalioii to the .
(he F.srin & .
up &e.so.
For tttuJtntt who 'do'not "B..f ,
each personal re- hands of the Land Officers at least forty days: If at &Zgn'to frotentit rte
tens; and raT1DS u* my Beef,Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, ,' it boa received the approbrtiod of the most slated by John P. Nort n MtA.qr 7Inv
ViknU ,
of that time there is interference Cmtm rtyvartdfur q degree, a mart limited ,
dt. There are I know members of the the end no by Bologna Sausages, COd Fish learned men and lawyers 1 n every countryand studies Frofessirof Scientific Agriculture In Yale .
jp difjferenf those locations with pre-emption claims or other "" Makerels, Herrings, Figs & deservedly.- The of the Code range cf .u/urnisAerft adapttdto the col.
Council wbo entertain political( opinions very compiler Napoleo and of tach fere, ttt, ico.ThU .
( Ire course lfe vf, individual -0'
wise the warrants will be returned to this Office so'sof4raJiwh
rrunes dried -< -
Appltfs, dreweopion lyfrom it for their work '
makes roluabta Work wIll
highly eosspMIwi
and this me to* be zkmpztLThe '
rttuonaHy *
from my own, for patenting; but if there is such interference, a : Raisins," Loaf i-u- Napteon himself studied itmost earefnHy in early largo royal octave rolnmev '.
.more anxioas to signify; ; in an emphatic new location will be made. gar, Sugar, Soda Bos life;which may account for the singular acnt studies of this Courseware arranged antler the paged, iritli IS-or J spUadld, contalBrng st el sajrajrintt.rer lemu

manner, mr sea .'twt only of this kindness Warrantees can locate their warrants on their 9 ton, and Lemon Biscuits, nesg'and wUdom of his obserratiorrfaDd decisions following departments, to wit r and more thin 600 engraving*. an wood, U to*

p and ftmrtesy, but also of the manliness and own pre-emption rights where the land was pro Sedlitt Powders,Table Salt &c. daring the discussions on the adoption of hit code; 1st.. A MATHEMATICAI.DCPARTVETT which highest style of the art. Illustrating almost rr ry
which characterizes their claimed and offered at public sale prior to 3d Al o. on assortment of Cutlery Car Domat should, and 1 hope will be, found in the beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra,the stu implement of basbandsy now in use by the bi i

independence March, 1S51 ; and wLen tho'minimum price of the penter's Tools, Basket Tubs, Brooms, library of erery American lawyers dent will bo earned, teriatim, through, all the farmery the best methods of ploujrhing,plantinc,, ,

voles. land is more than one dollar and twenty-five cents &c., te. v Your obedient servant, higher'branches of,the..Mathematics, ending..in harvesting, &s., kc tho Toriow dpmesU.
I shall not have itbe pleasure during my per acre, can pay in cash, the difference between All of which he offers for sale at the lowest ALFilED I1EXNEX.ReponTS .- their application to N&tPliilospy, .&strouoniy&c animals in their highest perfection ; la short, tho
present visit of meeting the citizens oi Bos the cost of the land, and the amount covered by market prices. MORRIS'KEIL. -. r$ Pirtorifd feature of the book is nnmve,'a 4 wifl'I

What I have done during the last year the warrant, estimating the warrant at $1,2.5 pet Corner of Ocean & Bay SU.Jacksonrillo o* CASES argued and determined in 2d. As ESCUSH: DEPAETMt TT-Cwrprisiog ren&jcr.itof incalculable rolu* to Ie eUd at at
ton. the acre. -M pre-empt ion rights attached to"the alternate March 27, LSL tf the Circuit'Conrt of the'-United States, for the instruction in Orthography,Reading, Elocution, arrieultans.TThe ,. -
to maintain the Union, and to preserve sections rescrveflMo the United States first circuit from 1812 to 1831, aa follows t Grammar, Writing, Geography, History, Com work is being published Semi-mon'tlilT' '

relations of peace friendly intercourse, commerce alow* the routes of RaibrWds or Canals. A. CARIKPATTEX'S GALLisoVs KrroRTS. Reports' of Cages argued position. ,Intellectual Philosophy, Narabers, of W page coeh, cxclnsirel/ to*'

and business among all the States. Where application is madi to this Office by the -0-- and determined in the Circuit Court of:the Moral Philosophy, Political Grammar, Story on Steel engravings, and U sold at 25 cents, or f) *

has not been done in a corner, and I shall warrantee to locate the warrant, the applicant HOTKI. U aiLed States,for the first Circuit,from ,1812 to the Constitution, Phlosopbyv Ornithology,Natural for the entire work in numbers, of which tberf
should.designate the Land District, section of 1815. Second edition, with additional Motes and Theology, Elements of Criticism, and Evidences will beat leant tweiitj-two. '
to what Ma. EDITOR As the time is fast approaching
not go into a corner perform may country, or particular tract on which he wishes : References. 2 Yob. Svo. Boston, 1835. of Christianity. The British Periodicals re-pnbluhed

remain to b: done. Nor tballj enter Fane- the location made ; aid where the tract is specified when the the benefit numerous of a invalids tropical who climate are, will now be enjoy departing "I should omit doing justice to my own feelings, 3J. A MERCANTILE DEPAETMEST which follows,risc < .an sj.

pil Hall until its gates sha'.l thrown open ,it would be well to designate several others ing for their Northern homes, permit me to as well as to the cause of truth, if I were not to will be imparte aa acquaintance with all that is The London QnarUrlr Review
wide, not *with impetuous reco:!, grating in the order in which they are desired, that incase introduce to their notice PATIENT'S HOTEL select the decisions in GallLwn's and Mason's Re- necessary to qualify youth for the immediate duties The Edinburg Reriew (Whig, The'l orti
selected shall have been taken
the tract first ,
thunder"' but with; the harmonious ," located on the corner of Greenwich and ports as specimens of pre-eminent merit. They of the counting house; including, British Renew, (Free Church. Th WesUafe-7
fiarsh be the first of the
the warrant can upon bo level with the beat 1. By-
fairly Penmanship and
placed a aa original
may upon popular .
let in Warren streets, New York which has acquired stem Review, (Liberal,) and UlockwooiT
sound of moving to others which be vacant without further,de- ; Edia.
golden hinges, may productions of the English Admiralty for deep system of this art, which invariably .produces a ,
a most enviable reputation. WILLIAM PATTED, burgh Magazine, (Tory.) '
freely and to overflowing voo and roar fellowcitizens lay. In these cases the aGdavit of the applicant, the is who and accurate learning, as well as for the highest bold, finished hand,peculiarly adapted to the purposes ; .
taken before an officer competent to administer Ecq., proprietor a younz man possesses wisdom in decision." 3 Kent 20 of the accountant and business thec
aud to ail men Sf all patliesflvho requisite of the gcnttcmsn! -one of the ability and ;.(2) man. Although works art distinguished by tb4 '
every -
well to lib- oaths,that he is the indentical person mentioned few who finds the to the heart and affections 527MASO ? 2. 'drzthewtzc-Compnisim'numerous abbrWiated political Ebadesabore indicated, yet bat a snail
Union as
are true to the as in the warrant, must accompany the application. way -* (William P.) RCTOZTS CASES in methods' cctmputinglntercgt.' Discount, portion of, heir contents h devoted to politicalsubject.
all visit his HOUSE. Board
of who
!1y.--ceJ who can look around on the faces The same rules must be complied with where application per day.all the Circuit Court of the United -State for the Equation of Payments, fcc.,and other Mercantile It is their literary character which
He will certainly do the most to
adorn the walls of thefacred bv letter is made to the District Land agreeable Firct Circuit from 1816 6 8ro. calculations-founded them their chief *
pi the jatiis! jvhich customers. Ills table fixtures are of the moat delicious to 1830. vols. on percentage;together with gives value, am j in that they
temple, dfaw in with their deepest mppiration Officers. Where such application is made by the character. His house beautifully situated, "These Reports comprise the Dcc-'sions of Mr. all such operations aa are requisite for a thorough'knowledge stand confessedly far above all other journal of i
jand Attorney, Guardi .*Executor, &c., the evidence Justice Story on the first Circuit of the ,United of business of a counting-room. their tLui. Blaekttvod, still uudar the jnoritwiy
and stand upright erect uponitspavemeutP duly certified, of their ai'bority to act, must also its with airy iU spacious dormitories parlor, and, its its ample long halls dining-rooms and State, and follow in or kr- after'.Mr. Golltaon's 3_ B-XJ: Let]>ing-Single andDouble Entry, by guidance of Christopher North, maintains its an

in mind and heart elate in the accompany the application.By echoing to the of bury waiter pas and R cports. The Decisions relate to a great variety the most approved methods. A complete conrae dent celebrity, and u,'at this thne,"nnasaatry attractive '

tonsCiOflsnecs that they too are Americans, a clause in 1st Section of tho Actuating appropriations sages, coming and departing slept ,will bespeak for the of aubjectsConstitncionalt Admiralty,Personal, of inatrnctiun in this branch Trill be furnished, designed from the serial works of Batwer and oth*''>

lovers of their country, and their whole for the support of the Government auable guests and proprietor, a honied word and Real Law, and Chancery, and are characterized to fit the student take charge of. any set er literary uo'sfblw, written fur that )agMia.
and not unworthy to follow iu the for the fiscal year ending 20th June, 1852, approved r.k generous ciold. by the profound learning, acuteness, and ot. account books.. and first appearing in its culnmus both in Great A,
Country, 3d March, 1851, it u enacted that no war and a A TODB1ST. thoroughness of research. which arc such eminent 4th. Ai AOEICUI.TCEAL DEPABTMETT-Comprising Britain onj in the United States. Such works as
footsteps of their treat forefathers. rant for Bounty Land issued under the Act of traits of their author They will bear a favorable a selection from the English and Mathematical "The Caxtons"and "My New Novel,"(both by

If Providence l but pleases to spare my life 2th September, 1350. or by virtue of any other Jacksonville, March 27, 1351. comparixon, in point of learning and practical courses; and, alo. Surveying, Botany Bnlwer,) -\Iy Peninsular Medal," 'The GreM

andlcalth until that hour comes, I shall Act of Congress, shall be located on any land utility, with the best volumes of the English Re Mineralogy,Geology, Chemistry, and Agricultural Hand," and other serials,of which namaroa rival

pitetfhe pitizens of'Boston, and voce; which Bad not theretofore been brought into mar Nasamt County Tax Collector's Sde.B ports." Chtmibtry; the list two illustrated by experimental editions are i-tucd by the leading publisher ia

in the Cradle my of ket and then subject to private entry; so that no Y virtu of authority in me by law vested, I SUM' B'S EEFOETS. Sumner (Charles.} Reports lectures.5th. ths country, have to be reprinted by those p blisheri ..
shall be heard pnce more land can be located under the Bounty Land Law will for sale in front of the Courthouse of eo&3 argued and determined in the Circuit A Cirn. ExarvEEa DEi"ARTjrevr from the pages -of Black wood, after it hat

American liberty. Till then, again thanking of 2Jth September, 1S30, or any other law grant door expose in Nassau county, on the first Monday Court of the United States for the First Cir which are taught Arithmetic, (mental and' written btea issued by JUeart., Scott 4* Co., so that sub-

; you and all the members of the Council, ing Bounty Land, except that which had been in June, 1S31 220 acres of land owned by the cuit. 3 rots, Svo. ,) Algebra, (mental and written,) Geometry, scribers to the.JJeprint of that Magazine may al-'

I Lid you and them farewell, proclaimed and offered tor sole- prior to the 3d of >eirs of Francis, P. Sanchez, or so much thereof "These volumes contain the decisions of %Ir. Trigonometry,Purveying, (with the use of lustra wars rely on baring the tirtirtt reading of these '

DANIEL WEBSTER. Marc ,'1851. as will 5 46 taxes due thereon from 1845, Justice Story, and form a continuation to the se- meats in the field,) Practical Engineering, Architecture fahmting tales.- 7.
J. BUTTEUF1ELT, Commitsivntr. and all pay attending said sale. ties of Gallison and Mason. The decisions in the Perspective, draughting, ,and Topograbth. TERMS
24. Gt necessary expenses volumes of -per annum.
April present reiatepartioula.rlyto questions phy. hs'
Boundaries described on day of sale. 4' For of the four Reviews *
S3 OForanytwo
U. S. Senate. anyone -
A.J.BRADDOCK Equity, and Admiralty, and are of great practical course
The Senate is composed of C2 members.As KOTICE.ATLAIvTIC value.' $' of study will consist of a Jndkions selection ot For three do 5 00
oct 24-td3 Fheriffaud ex.oTax Collector. STOUT'S RKPOBTS. Story (William W.) Reports subjects from the other-dVpftrtmenta, including any do 7QQForallroarofthellevieu'r
will stand *, the nest tessioa it AXD GULF RAIL-ROAD COM .
it a is now 8 00S
branches in.
of eases argued and determined in the Circuit all the pursued ouf common school
lull with the exception; of three members. PANY. First Practical Lectures will also For Eaekwooj's Magazine, 00f
Dissolution.THE Court of the United States for the Cir ,bo given oa- School
Senators elect and NEXT ANNUAL ELECTION for roiL 3 vols. 8vo. Teaching,both as a science and For Blackwood and tore* E vfewi&- 00
Oftbe 59 holding over, as an
THE FIRM of KIEL & STEI' is this *.. .
For ULickwood the four .
EIS day and 10
Reviews 00OOS
and Gulf Rail-Road
Democrats 20 and 5 Freeeoilers. I ctors of the Atlantic "Tbc volumes form a continuation to the series Pupils will not only thus receive the fullest instructions '
34 are Whigs, by mutual consent. All For Farmer's Guide in 22 No}-
Company will be held at the City of St. Angus- persons of Gnll'uion,Mason, and Samnor. .They contain relative to the best,.and most popular (complete
The vacancies are in California., Inc tt the Court Room in the Court House in indebted will make payment M. M. KEIL. the last opinion ever pronounced by Mr.Justice methods of teaching, but they will also hare opportunities Payments to be mode in oQ cases in odvane*.

Connecticut, and Tenutssee, all of which aia city, at 12 o'clock on Monday the l&h day WALTER LLIL. STEPHEN'S. fctory, who died while the last opinion in the of exemplifying them, by hearing recitation CLUBBING. : "/ a
are doubttul. We present below a list of of May next. 1331.A third volume was yet undelivered.WoasBKRT in the lower departments of the Institu '
p Jacksonville, Fla., March 13thr 1S51. ,.(20)Q3 A disconnf twtntif-Jive per cent. from tbtfabove
$cILatot5-ems. in Koman, Whigs in italic: G.HENPON, > -The business will hereafter be conducted (Ciias.-L.) and Mis'JT (George.) tion. price win bv allowed to (3nhs
L, **. A. PUTNAM, > Commissioners. Reports of cases argued and determined:in the u7th.-A DEPAKTMSTT or.Mopttt.1 LAiSCAors ordering
e Term R. FAIRBANKS > by the subscriber at the Store formerly occupied United for whiih (inn or more -copies of any ono or more of th.
Term erju'itt f tjqiiret. EO Circuit Court of the Mates the First r-Iu etHjenif w ha wish to take a thorough
Kiel & M. KIEL. above works. Thus 4 of BUekwood .
by Stephens. copies or lone
YA IIAM.t. i1CIiIG.tN. April 12. 1851. apr.17j Circuit. Void. I. and 1L* ,. course can have an opportunity of doing so; while of the Review will be sent to ace mddna fcr*.'- -
Jeremiah Clemens 13 Aipliemc Fekh 1S34 "Tbe rolnmcs contain the Decisions of Hon. be
e others whose object may to acquire sufficient
4 of the
William it Iting b53 Lwi C 157AUANL&s ffOUUXETMEN CAUPETEflS W.N.. NOTICE. Levi \\Voodbory, appointed to succeed Mr. Story knowledge to translate with facility,and to pronounce for 59 gtt; copies; and so on.four Renew and, Blaekwo. 4.

1 Eebtian Dnv B X1SSrEIWiu. Atchison % TED.-Threc or four good carpenters will find -Minn COPARTN C RSllir heretofore exLtiug as ,,'.ststsnLTnstice for the First district.-' ," with tolerable correctness, in as short a CT:> Orders from Cfit&s must be sent- rfnnrrf- 'to-

1S 1853u1on constant employment, and receive liberal wages, iL between SKIFF & U VAN is this day dissolved Vol. 111. lnpres.'S. time as possible, are also provided for the pubLishers, as no discount from these price
1orand 1 henry S G'cr 1S57t by early application to the ucicrjissci, at Jiu&mville by mutual consent. Their books an uIcWTICrT. RAiPflfllEThdan Florida. counts have been turned over to Ryan& Hiekman, (Benjamin C.) Reports of eases argued and by lectures andptherwise; and frequent exercises Money, current in the States where Laae ,wiSr
n.iih IS3iJ p flaIc (PS) 1833CALIF0nM.t JESSE GARDINER. who are uloiie authorized to collect the accounts adjudged n the Supreme Court of the United in Declamation and in English Composition be received at par. J

I IWilEAin April 17, 1851. 3t due us. G. F. SKIFF States.Vola.. 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. $3 50 each vol. be required of all the students connected with the 09* Remittances and communications sfaoftld"'

C. E. RYAN. The'e reports follow Peter's,and with those Reports Institution. bo always adJreiied post paid or franked,to the -
M Gwin 153 !VJI&ward(PSJ33ilJL2hiilLu4 1O I112WAIID.SiXi and Dallas, Crunch, and Wbeaton's, comjnii Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT t CO, i
; FtiI 1&e7IrLwAi heretofore conducted HYAXc 5 all the Decisions of the highest Court known Newark Academy.By .
: RAX AWAY,from the Subscriber, on the THE business by 79 Fulton rt N. Y-, entrance Gold st.

Prciky S'pr&uin'c 184 Jzcd IVMi&r EV.JRET 1353jsnieii &. 20lh March, his negro boy JAKE, who is SKIFF, win be continued by Ryan for& Hiekman. to STony our Law.OI THE* Coxrrrrnno'r, comprising the a late re-organization of this department of Jan-__ _____

A J3ayard b3 t F stockton 1S7ruIiL& \L] a bent 21 years of age: black,carries hiinJ hey having formed a partnership C. k.. ItYAN.that pur Constitutional History tf the' United S'tatesa Delaware College, the Board of Trustees have The Globe.
? oaTIi C.tflOLIN w3.lf erect and stammers. He is about 5 pose. addition in two vols. Svo. taken measures to plan it upon a new and improved -
JadionMoto* 1853S4ephen leetJOj iuches in height. A reward often dollars .1. V. hICKMAN. new foundation, and to endow it with advantages A Congressional, Agricultural and Literary .
It Mallory 185 R Badgrr 1855 will bo jutd for his appwheanion,delivered tome Feb. 13" 1821. (f.27) 3t mrlO.ly possessed by few similar institutions in the Nevspapsr. *

0 EOEGA ow') or placed in such security tl&t I may recover DELAWARE COLL.EGK. country. The Academy, heretofore merged in ,
JI MBernci 1853 S 1' (1 (F ) 1335 him. H. R. SADLER. BOOKS PUBLISHED AXD IV PRESS the College,, and of course subject 'to all the T1UE undersigned submits to the pablo nit ,
IVni C Dawwi 1855 B F JJzde 1857INDUL& Ortlga Plantation, St Johns River, apr 5, 1851 li-i CII&aiES C. LITTLE & JAMES THE Faculty of Instruction of this Institution, evils which have been found to attend the amalgamation -.L proposals the GLOBE nod its reports for "
pr,17 tf Biiowar, BOSTO.V. iU present organization, consists of of the departments ia the same the next session Congress. Congress has BOW'
James WhiLcoznlj JS5 rExNsrLv.uR; the following named Professorships, to wit;, building and under-'the, same government, now so liberally patronized the undentakingthatI&ewilt
Jee Coopo 1353 UNITED STATES sr rtTES ATLAUGE.VOL. A professorship of mental and moral science.A the privilege of a .establishment be established as a standard work worthy *fts
1) enjoys separate ,
Bright Iticharci lkoadliead 1857ILUXOIS 3Tcwiiansville town lots for Sale. be published on the first of April professorship of the greek and Utin langua without losing those which result from its relation official imprimatur,unless the ndersign d foils
EiIarE next, "The Statutes at Large and Treaties of :* in hid duty. This will not be the case if rsrnnst
S A Douglas 1353 Jihu undersigned will offer for sale, before the ges. to the,College proper.A
II Clarke
1353 THE the United States ot America, Volume IX," corn- A of mathematics and natural effort avail. The GLOVE is the
James hie1dd T iame House door in tie Town of Newnans- professorship large and elegant edifice, with all the'ne essary -- eon nrypapcr*
l859Uharlea 1857IO.t rifle, on the first Monday (being the 5th day) in rising all the legislation of the Congress, of the philosophy. .fixture*of complete boarding establishment, that will furnish full report of the proceeding ,\.
George \V Joue ,a llaruweU soL.ni CAIOL.1A ihe&t May next, several lots, the property of the lata United States from S4b to 1S51 inclusive; royal 8 A professorship of rhetoric and belles-lettres. has been erected and furnished, in which the students debates of the two Houses of Confess; and having
Auguitui C Dodge 13531 A 1' iiutler 1833 1853EcTIC1r Francis R. Sanchez, deceased. vo., about 11%) pages. Price $3,60, in superior A professorship of chemistry and natural his of the Academy board, nnder the immediate received their sanction as ffNb tae best Reporters '

i Mort of the above loU are situated in the most law binding. tory, charge of the Principal"and'his Assistants; and will be engaged writeaut-.th. debate
TEWIE 1 business of the This volume is a continuation of the Statutes A professorship of civil engineering- exercises of of each day. which will undergo thravisMM..of
J R UAfrritood 1853 Jn Bell 1853 and rlcasant part town, and would all iu are conducted on a system its
JJMryClay 185 1857 be[ very desirable for the purpose,.either of business at large in S y\a\ published by authority of A professorship of modern languages and draw- own, uuintertrpted by the interests or operations the Members. The'work, after passing thrvngft
Congress in 13*>-6.A "* DAILV GLOXE eonrteilM wiO .
Lot or residence. ins -. of the other department. The furniture of thstudyrooms toe and receiving ,
Solomon U ISIALI Comp ff Synnptleol Index to the United The Collegiate year is divided into two sessions and dormitories has been chosen be presented as finished, in the CoHOKSSTOUI.."
IJuwin ISZ ThgynaJ Terms made known of sale.
Uwck 1857 Gc- day
: on
Ktatet Statute at Large, including those of the weeks each. The first GIX and Arrcwors. -
Pierre Sonle or term5 of twenty-one : with peculiar reference to comfort and convenience >BK : -
1SSZ. ana 11outoa ki33 GKO.I7-4t W. SANCHEZ,Ad'mr. 31st Congress, prepared under an order of the session commence on the, fourth, Wednesday for study; and no expense has been spared ia providing -The debates will probably Increase la Interest* '

IIinnTh.1 Ilanilin 1 51 IVilCiam VERMONT Apr.5,1551.- Senate, and to be published agreeably to a resolve October;and the second on the fourth,Wednesday the apparatus necessary, to render the during the next session: The on* subject voids

.1 W Ilrsdbury b51SJbotePS Upiam 1353 of that honorable body. Royal 8 vo. of April Each is followed by a vacation of means of instruction complete; giving to .Newark eogro&oi the losty will doubtless give way to offl?
) 1337ASS.ICaZsETIs IIEAD.QUARTERS } This Index will refer, under copious titles, to five weeks. Academy facilities for pnvate study and comfort crs of great variety, which,.in this progressive -,

JJw 1)avi., IsSSIaM: T VIRG1NL&Iltinter 1333 Second Division F. ill., J each law, aad every joint and Senate and House COURSE OP IN'STRUCTION- able accommodations students,, fully equal to country, the conflicts of party and th* an bia ".
resolve, public or private,-which ha been parsed those afforded of for place'and distinctionnoeeftsnilypradttP -
( &) M Maioa 1857 OTIDER FanizArCr..a-1.Livjbegun;Xenophon'sAnabasin by maay our coinages.
or adopted under the Federal Constitution,so that Vast interests wil be at stake ti feeisHie*
3kYt.AD77iomas No.4.I. From iU intimate relation to the College, students npon
{ Algebra, begun History;begun.II.
the reader may see at a glance the whole law on ; ; of the next an.11 hero ta talent fat
C; Pratt 1.35; Isaac P Walker 1335 J. BleUobert DaJL.tr, of the County Livy, finished;L1mer'e Odisaey,begun; Algebra of the Academy enjoy many advantages Congrtss ; gnat
any single subject. both branphoi which will he evoked ia their 4icnssioa. >
JMse$ 4 Pearrt 1855!henry Dodge 1857 of Dora, having been duly appointed by the Major Just jmb'itlttd, Domnt (M ) Ciotl lsttt i* tts finished; Geometry, begun; History, eon- not generally obtained at institution of this kiuj. All ,the honors of the Repafeife. dtpe*-
Those who wish to branch
some particular
1ii.sissiprijeferwnDaviii .General Commanding to Judge Advocate pursue
j3351iuq Natural Order translated into Wm.Sjlrahan tinned.
English by dent ea the succession to the FcMidency.SM weft
of the Second Division of Florida Militia with the Homer's finished which falls more properly within the college course
,LL.D., Advocate! in Doctors' Commons. IU. Horace, begun} Odissey, ; all the and intescstiwbicbgs '
1851 as great rnnnent
3 foot. be admitted to recite IQ anyof the College
rank and title of Lieutenant Colonel ha wIll may
Edited, from the second London Ed-Jon,by Hon.LurHEuS. Geometry,five books; History,finished. to the advancement of the power of the ooaatryvw31
eludes.- Students also of and discretion
therefore be respected and obeyed areordinsly.By J ixioa Gi..tss-L Tacitus; begun; Th Pn>- proper ago '
Ccamso in
late of toe Csigresau.
one Judges give iiapulge to> he action o tb* next -
A order of Major General HOPK1.V& and Electra of Sophocles; by recommendation of' the Principal, and .
PHILOSOPHIC EDITOR.-Ilie editor ol the Court of Common Pleas; now Lecturer ou metheus of jEiwhylns, .
of the Faculty enjoy the of -
the Alabama Argus, published at Demopol.f OSCAR HART. Civil and Parliamentary Law in Harvard University. Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus; Natural permission the College Library without may,additional charge. -Tt* Daily Glebe will be published dflyJasag
Adjutant General S. 1). F. M. of .
Theology Evidences Christianity.II. -
in Marengo makes after the following In 2 vols. Royal Svo. ; Admission also be bad to the Lectures,sod theses-ion ofCongrees,sad.weekly remainder
merry Jacksonville,March 2f\ 1331. *3. Mental l'hilosupby; The Akcstis of may
Among the writers on the Roman Law whose : of the be of the year, It will contain full and fiutifi"
such other Colkgo- can
fashion over what most folks would consider works are best known to English and-Ainerieaa Euripides;Tad tns, inished- ; Natural Philosophy; privileges by academical students. ports of tb-.procf sding* .** baibITooses of 44...:
a serious trouble: lawyers, and which Lave esei ted the most influence Mechanics, begun. ,- profitably an-1 nnsccUn!article on tbess eaessL.
TO 1IISE.-A good servant The v'J>e charge for Boarding, washing, fuel, ,light, g e-3s;
WASTED IlL Moral hilo3opaTTlato's Gorgias;
We see the sheriff has aJverticd the who can cook, wash,and iron.- upon our Jurisprudence, is DOJIAT, "whose of Plantus Mechanics Ijrostatios, &,c.. with Tuition in English, Latiu,'unc Greek, subjects to which it Is derate J-
work entitled Tht Civil Lan'in itt Jftttumt Order L'aptiv* ; The Witty bowiir'eonUTnand
Argus office for sale For such a one,a good place may bo had on application > is seventy dollars for the SunuacsSen.ion, and
during our absence. L nenmatios and Meteorology 'c-
Preface to' Bailinonto.) wiaocllancoaiarticle aedwi1emaaieas'give
to COLUMBUS DREW, says Judge,Story{ sevenly-firefor the Winter Session. The only ;
We hope the bidJer will have a time and. the circnnntancej in SOPHOXOEK Ci ss.-'L flot1ulsbedfXen debates of such command
merry Apr.3-tI. .Republican Office. "considering tbp age extras are one dollar per session incidental expenses importane.aa mw- ;-j,
-of it. If thC shenff can well it bewail do which it was written, is a truly wonderful pcrfoninance. phon's Memorabilia;GeomotryWnl3hediiheto-r' and fee eightTdollars for Modern Languages rtr-;al interest: ; a
His method is excellent, and his matter cxc. berun.. .: ,The price, of the n'etHf'GIok.bmbeejto ,-
Jnore than we ever cflul-l. L'ke a damp and\toSeneetute Herodotus and a fee,,of five dollars Drawing,
per.cusMon ll.-Cicero.jie Amicitia ; ,
Ill the Eastern Circuit Court clear, exact, and comprehensive. from those who enter ihese classes. The sesioua ate dollar, with a view to obtain a more general(
cap.ve think it will fail to''go oil' Columbia Comityv Florida. The object of the author, in thisiearne&'pro-' ,begun; Plane Trigonometry;'Spherical. and vacations of the. Preparatory Department eixuktiou. ,. -- :
duction, was to disembarrass those of the principles } Rhetoric, continued.* : The Cojffre&iMat(3ot JO-JF.MI A.VDREVTS } In ia (ho same as those of the College. .
' )$ how B&invM COT Ricu !-The Bosion V Chancery and provisions of the Roman law, which are lu.-Cicero de Offielic; Herodotus,finished; Rev. MATTHEW ME1US, A.3L, done for the lost seventeen years.. CocgresjwaslTho ,
vs Rhetoric
Time fays fie owes LIs fortune lo a juoper Done A* Avon EWS. ) Bill for Divorce of general interest and application,from the tecbnicalitics > ; Analytical Geometry, began; President of Delaware College. proceedings anI debates cIssive1y. c'-
jad.cious and !J eraI of the system, and,by presenting them .finished.- : -- Delaware 3d; Appendix will emb.-aeethe revised Ipeccea. '
plan of aJvenisii The NEWARK, j-p'-fl
:n *
g T appearing to the satisfaction of this < SaioaIOius.LPo1itkal Philosophy;
the I > in a natural and soientifie method,Jto render them separately, and the message *f. the Frtsijeat'
newspapers. He used various means, that the Defendant Dorcru Andrews resides more intelligible,and their Mt.aiuxiientmore use Andria of/rerrcncciTbe Clouds of Aristophanes; the United"States.and the rcporUof lIesdasL -,

but we know, that he ever regarded this as beyond the limits of the State of Florida, to wit: ful and agreeable; and, though the- work'was Acoustic. Optics Iflectrioity, Magnetism.. : PROSPECTUS Tilt ta>Executive Dcpartmsnts. T .. -. i 7*-
ofvjtj importance. in the State of ( eorgia.On particularly intended and adapted to the French II. Elements of Criticism Untlcrs-AnaJo&j; 4zE2'2E The Congrnsioital GU.be'and Appendix wffl WrnSlisbed ,
motion of James M Baker, Solicitor for jurisprudence of thejage, it is not leas applicable Cicero's Tnsenlan Questions; Jftmostheneade do Corona XErWST as fart as the rcoctodiog s f *C8)cr) 11m.tg- -- Complainant, U is ordered that the said Defendant to every system of law of which the Roman code ; Voltaic Electricity or Galvanism; 'Electro* Devoted to Commerce; Agriculture,- Literature, willmake a uumher.&lbecrThrrs aay.apee1s ," : -

ptr Sayaiah appear, plead, answer or demur,t* the said is either a part,or in which it is recognized as a MagnetLnaMagneV>-Eleetridty' ElectroPynamic and the General Interest of the Pe.ple-. number of each a wc k dnrius tkefrat fbar *ekof > ,
I'sJullgeTI ? the MagnUMs, May 2-Mrs. Bill within three months,or the. same. will be ta. body of written reason. Besides the general ; Astronomy begun. ... 4 :Independent of Pmrty.rIrn a session,pnd two- -
OneoL, Migiie. One*!, Mortcr Oncal, and tervt ken as confessed. claims which the work thus possesses to the attention HL-Tbe Cotwtitu5on of th. United State*; week aftcntards,until the endof the sessiosv'..-.- *
l us Leaiue MeMlr Eab. Phillips-J k3on- And iti U further Ordered, that a copy of this of the Americanlawyer'Demat has a peculiar Astronomy, finished; The r cienee of Heat; Ther- ;undersigned-proposes to publish- under Complete: indexo&to.theCoagrwomt.1. -

'ifle.Fuiergcrs. order duly certified be published in some public interest in those of the Stntev whoso legal mo-Electriclty' ; Chemistry Geolagy. ,, .1. the above title, a weekly newspaper, to be and Appendix will be sent sciseribers soon' **-,,*

by the 3lsguolis, May 4 -Mrs. Newspaper of the Eastern Circuit*of Florida for institutions arc .derived in part from those of PIIILOSOPIHOATJAPPARATUS..: devoted to the purposes,above specified. ten Congress adjourn : ,,: ,, +n

Mow, Mrs. Brown, Iaac tartun, .L W Jonas, the space of three months. France or -Spain and are thus founded in the Roman The College Is nrovtded'' with a' Philosophical Having bad,many years experience as anEdiUwr Nothing Of a political aspect ti'ajpssriathe ,
James stewart, Gr. L-l-'rown D.JIHler.G M. March 21, 1331, (Signed) law, Apparatns'that furnishes ample means of experimental undersigned! only refers to "bis former GToeetaTe that wiuah: wffl jb* farad ia;4b0- CQ*- ,

II*,or hW. U. Wibon,M.ATKwVht.D.'Crane, THO. DOUGLA'S. ,The reasons have induced belief on the -partof illustration in all the diff.nentbrWhe* of editorial career ala guarantee of what the paper zrez3lei1 reporte.: :,A jpapcr- assemma 4s W as i'tI- '
Mi ii. Hoi4inj', Rcr.Mr. AnbrfeL Sirs. Modi >n Judge *e., fcc. the publishers thai a modern edditian .__._ _
And A ,.1W. U.Jolniasn and 1adyJobn Oj I CEBTIFT the above to be a true Copy of the celebrated work would be acceptable ta the pro- dollars has recently been expended,partly.in this < artiele of n personal,or 'QffeO3're' character toe editorial columns 'reflect ipertj M

ilen.and lady IS. Stephens, sod lady Dr. Clark, Original order In tho above state fesxion;and hare led them to engage in arepubli- country, and partly in London and Paris 'in the shall ever appear ia the columns of the Gaxette. hoe. *

.1. Mops, C. I. Pope. *.r C. A KI ICU, MJ, I. S. ease... AVitaco my:band and the cation ot.tbeEagliah1nuiaI&tiun it-.-by Dr.Strahan purchase of new apparatus,"adapted to the present The poBtfcal parties'of the day shall be treated TERJ1S. ,<
lady \\' IL Irvin./O.W. C.U,Jr., 11. <er. Seal of said Court this 27tb day of advanced state of,the,Phynioal ScUmce*, with impartaUty> lashori.lt shaHalwaysbe For eoe cop* of th* Ilailjr Globe (dady JNKrV

I' E V.f1cdge and 4 deck, northward.Pstsengers .. March, 1331. S. ScAanonoFati, Clk, C C. EXAMINAflOS- :- tho aim of the Editor to?Tender his paper a ting the eionvf Congrtsv and weeklf. .
sp.1 FROM Hot. JblXJEEUSTIs; CHIEF JUSTICE .. -. useful and interesting Fniily.onrnal- during the recess,) a year, : $S OO .
by the CWon/AprilSO. ti4rktgej. OF TH.E STATE OFJ OUISIA A.BIWO A.ttle cloeo of each itudr er branch of study, T nai1.ATbreeDdUn1 pe anmjyabl.oi For the Daily Globe far less tsas j? rVwtbe -
.Foreniaa, It. IL W *binjrtan, JoskraaD. the members of Jha class arc:carefully,ezamipcd, rat* of 84 eta.*raont a.v f -> ':
liSt; Geiger,J. J. Wylie, D.-fioll) Interior.rMrs. In Dnral. Circuit Court. -. UXB, OCT..It, 1830,, and at the close'of the year'tn all the.atndlc of For one copy, oftt* JV :-

3Iay 2- U.K. Brinnn id,,S. Cray King, ZJV CHANCERY G xTLXv;it' Ultave examined he sheets of the jear.in the pre eneo of a Coramittecv'tof the Deo. 30,: bl 14taaik PPopnietaffr f eaf"i' a- -. -- -- -- l.Mt)1'Ot ''

idWard W. W 1U.northward,; Geo. Jl,. Hoiwtb, 'ElliibctU"Jane Jail ) the translatioa of the admirable-work otPouid 'ru5tcea; and their attainments -eommtuue-**- t. .. -- F
L'aae iarton J. W. '!'i JLilorgan, Jack- r ; Thocc; on the--Civil Law, which yo< bt're-been ;i led to th Board ofTrn'tees. -' '_ --- -, nngtbessessoii, r: .. i,1'i .. :' .
send toe. YooLwifl-ihave rendered : -
otriUe JameralI. j .. enough Ow.Ce.- -a Fertsnecopybf thO rOIhe. I
a great service to the science of law by thl|pUention. >wuiaiirlYr'd session, 'i, :: ;:
.a'Pengers ty lie Ft. Jlatttcwiv hay- .--A- I appearing *o the Court by affidavit made ia /'The form Of (lie English edition of.the IeidttWtt daily morning and evening pray? ,-As- IEusuNS'lndebtetitethoestate of 101' fourringth.SOS -i-
aytr iBterior; T. E.EutkniaB, S. F. Ilalli4'YiatbaLTilC this COM, that the Defendant James Ball recidcs tranflalian, TTM toolargo and inconvenien.vnaIts diviaroTiKpUh Isbel4twieoon.V$7 Sunday, Jesse*chI1d.deccae 4,4eMieaopy session. '
out of the Stata of Florida ioHha and tb's,4tstloiuni'Moaday morning it.alw.aysa Florida, an roquesttd make-itoawdlat* ry- '
oal. Stale scarcity and Wgh prevantfi. W g n ra| Jorten of i -. : -
of Georgia. nse in -this country.1'Thepresent publication! | th>-Greek Testament,,* A* M*-requestiaf Aai& 0eatand oUpanoa* having claims against tb4 eopict wr/' W
:r It it SrdmX, That th*. hearing of ths-Ciet* from iUforra.Its style of ewutkiaand m.ttieraU parent or rwsjdiatt,%'ctadtnt U perm tte4t*. attend stats should present them forexantinatiottwitfei -sing *e4oar -'
Ot1ce. ,- charged Jin. said Bill of Complaint had-at the Trice,"I think eaanot fail In reraaneraUngyoa.--, any ptaos of worship whklj[Wuu lA- Jn ia the.time prescribed bvUw. toKJTA.tiT *- : : The prices fortbsee pa$m v 51GV.S .-

ShXfqxTJI.ftT dat, i-sh$1 preenI say expiration of three months front' th .date.U(hi The translation by Mf. Strahan hai bepn tested iU parent or guardian,m y se oot., On jnemberoT ;:B.9j3aRT A 1hILD-Ez; -'. sauce pyueaM.Ii.IasTable $ R eoani : '

'1) sett1sndvouebentet1e flon.-Judg.o( Order Provided,That .a copy;of this order be is In the main correct, but will be Imp eyed!an- the,Faculty will attend at>each -tbc.4iffereut ;' reLv2L ,. ,! C. _z; t'ant y ., -
JwIte; o osiStyjfor a na iettfr' published jn some newspaper printed in the sawn dtr the rerlsion the editof, Jnflg CushJBg. places of wbnshlp;:f Presbyterian. .Episcopalian, =i.iO&tt4 :- Ia-* '- -' .-'

1 of Jacksonville for'the space of Three month ho- > in earchlnz/o .olutioa of tbrvj pareatly and Methodist,)to the Tillage andnpte.a ahiflnrtfJsrwS '

.4rcdceesa.d. .J ,'. fort the I4m o *rt 1or the jb** 'V?of this**** -:- new questions arising out of the various relations : .; ': 'i&S3&i&t& --- -i' .- '*,.-' .$, rkJ&mff: _vIier :
5'rEw1LLLI J2xLat1ioN; which ourdvonc ia civtlVt t JB is creating and ; rfsanttia : JET AT1 rbcr't .
,. : i'v AsSIE.1Ctk., Itt judging of those reform of the law which ore i-wiQ reside ia the College buildings,sad F f ,*.'>? r"TIUS*.--" % e'r'I.aL.. 4t >
.. f b214"S in t'rores41d'dI.ceat jiris of tbe United Stst wilt boafjat; a; ommod Ubis wit eatu4aatsM oFn E., *& rashluxtos clqOct.. &a-1--4it $4ic c- ',*'

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jI3NCY* OJHITAB C.ASH'SXOBC ;atnhilth & PaIatkaSfrmcr 00
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ItPUBUSKIDlTK ..TTHt1TLSDATATJaduvnvlUe FOR CLAIMSA&VASHINGTON.f .0 'A- on the first Mondly in July last, tan **< OH HE'5SANIWCAPE
, ; v : J* II. Mcllori' Jr. otA. H Kellam in the _
Dnral County, B*F.,bjr< f charge ; ;principal literary, 0 0 '-'
aket0tb1s method to inform his* friends 'and Tht Ne andTSuperiotJaZ $ edn Packet' and accomplished lady,ia bemasie and ornamental : '. ,,; q 0

;y -. .COLUJIBU3. DREW.- E. .g 00 the *nblje generally that be has commenced :- MA.ONOL.TA department, with assistants of high qualifications. i' :: ,

snorar., rENsnvi.si AYVZy business In 4actsonVille. Efcsr FloridaJ and solicits The Institution,'wlilbe.-'div,4ecf into-
p1EAWZLLARD will SavannahThursday
?' !I&s.-Tbree, Dollan per; annum, payable patranage -rnavingrecently visited New York, resume ier I''trips'by lving four classes, fourththird, Junior, and senior. A

. .- *poorderng' the Paper, : Continues to give nil prompt attention to the arrangement Philadelphia, Baltimore, and avnnnab.atwhich the 27th Jacksonville iuat, and will leave Polatka preparatory department will be- .attached to the I'J
of claims before Congress been on Saturday;and on Saturday evening school and conducted under the supervision of thi
and prosecution places complete arrangement'have ,
-SmbaxsripUons, if not pali Were tLe expiration thereafter, Continuing to leave regularly..every
made for the successful proccntiour'of all kinds -- principal, The school baa been furnished with afine
ofthe' Executive Deprtmenta-
. i ef the year, art'charged 54. or any buiness in wblch'onrOSos.therflb.Planterrare 0 week. 0 and well selected apparatus,globes,astronomical -

4 Advertisements wffl fee Inserted at the following Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida, interelted. Goods of erery dcnription rwill ,b"e For freight,or passage, having superior accommodations geographical, phonograph, sound charts,
board, to the
Mexican' Invalid; Rerolutiinory Half- at short "at ,. apply on or Agents i &o., on a large scale, to be seen and read
rates: One Dollar (of twelve lines) for Or wars; procured notice-and. supplied very FERNANDEZ BISBEhfc CO. map, '
.. pot tquai Naval SSI ALL PROFITS. ; ". ,, 000 J&cksoziyille.GEO. distinctly from any part of the room. A good library
Pensions or Army -
orVidows' ?
. the first end Cents for every robsequentlntcrtioi. pay, ; ; t books the
Seventy-Five PRODUCE kindwilloreceived on of choice also belongs to school pI
evcry -
':ro yearly Advertisers liberal Bounty Land or Scrip, tinder law of Feb. 11, sale or shipment,upon which hberal a/feancti mil ./COOLEY, Picolata.R. .,, for the use of tbe pupib. ,. J 4
? it REID& cci ,, Palatka.A. _
. diieooM Will be jnade.. All transient Adrertiseuen4t 1847,or August 10, 1843; Arrearages of Pay and mode. Arrangements made for..Shipping Tim- COY;'Black Creek, .. The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions
; bar of ,; -0 of weeks each there will be at least
: Volunteers Claims for every quality. twenty ;
i (except by; pcrsont bath:*running account Mileage due returning' ; BQi>KS. L'APMt&STATJQNERY of eveiy Feb. 27. 1m one public examination each session, and ft quarterly : ..11DA0LqIQ ;

. with the office) must be paid for previous to pubHfttioa. Horses lost and other Property destroyed ;.Expenses variety will be keptxm bond or supplied on short report win be sent to each parent or guardian 00

. incurred by Volunteers before being mus notice. - : NEW DIIY GOODS STORE. giving *full and fair statement of the standing .P TOWNSEND'S' AFFIDAVIT

; F., Persons a distance can govern their remittances tend and received into service ; Waggon-mas Through arrangements;with Book Publisher* I G. W. BARTON ,deportment,and expenses of the pupiL ,

ten and Teamsters' claims; Marines', sailors', flatter myself that country dealers can be supplied -- RATES or1 Tin-no*.-Preparatory c'ass' ,. rjcr Wt dwir I C Sill the MUallwi it tk pibits U tU bfimr.
for adrertising, by the following rates tOne with SCHOOL BOOKS'on better.terms than they HAS Just received from the North, and now session, 98; fourth and third closscs,* loMtf lag C.rJ .r Hi* WfeUtsl OnttlMs la iai.ci.-, .

square (twelve liaei) published six months &.e., tits can have their orders filled in New-York. for Sale in the building formerly occupied and senior classes, 20;.music'piam forte. SO; gni WI.. .igped o.e fee $!s.s Ssrsastnfl

, for _' -5 $1000 Having all the forms necessary for a proper It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may favor as the Post Office, a new and handsome assortment tar, 15;ornamental branches, 10; vocal music 2; liii a.att.r Ia a 4it.s lIh slthier MseIaI.sd.

: months 15 00 presentation of claims, togetherwith the rules me with their patronage, both -as regards price of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, which library and incidental expenses, per quarter, I. pegs .S i t I..1.r. ill 5.$4sit Dr.atiia .Js..l.Ws Ms .
.4 Two squares, for six and quality o he offers at very low prices for Cash, and respect No pupil received for a less time than one session lbs qvettioi. that.s the 011 Dv.'.tss.j,
creditors 7 00 and regulations governing,the different Departments AGENCIES.The fully invites the citizens of Jacksonville and the (
Notices to debtors and ,and no deduction made unless! for protracted ed lie prefer**** M a udlataev Os*ef U*reaeaM iaetejgi
: Application for letters ot administration, 5 00 he is prepared to undertake claims, of agencies of several importantPATENT vicinity to call and examine his Goods previous to sickness.' 00 00 4oa vaa. that It ae er eeare4. vkO S. f114 faTSHaj

. Notice of for dismissal as Administrator what kind soever, that may require the services MEDICINE* have been obtained* among which is'REMEDY purchasing elsewhere Also J From their experience and former success they lea Van* lbS bank.(* t.*eraltj, sass II WM kftfitf en
Application 3-1 and 4-4 Venetian Stair Carpeting from 1io
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00 of an Agency at this place. feel confident rendering full vitiifactiou.. Their $&kiagUEf. 5VBii
: : $10 25 cents. 0 r -e facilities for imparting' instruction' are' rarely ar kteehf 00 tie ruder fie*
, For announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 Particular attention given to the proper settlement 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. from 45 to equalled.' The advantages of.the location need
No announcement will lie made unless the same of Quartermasters' accounts. 62 1-2 cents .. '0 not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalled 0 00, THE CARD.We. .

t. with the amount charged. Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount 4-lSnperRag do,37 1-2 cents. ., -: and health undoubted. Board can be had in the the Caamjcaeo,Dr iad>l.,it UM city.1 l XYw)
: e !>. accompanied Men's heavy ivip Boots and Brogana. beat families on reasonable terms. For information CaM bst
claimed and tho extent of services any deli* II ta* aipUc a v 4' J.sts Is I
; : Editorial notices for private benefit will be required. i Women's, Giila and Boys, Bootcea wanted, address the principal,, Atlanta, ,F. Tewanaa'a r *parllla. w* 41* s.stste.4 s4*iepielaa

: barged double the rate of advertising. All communications, to insure. insertion, must V Men's Black'SJk Hats;from 2 to 8. Ga. 0 oct 24-am U refereaee t* a u7 mtI1.aai qtsfltistwbfe iaj',

r Religious, Obituary, and Marriage notices, trill be postpaid. dee 4-tf Mans and Boys glazed Caps. 0 ta ptepau.t1O*'k..w as Oi4'Lr; seo 'T.wissari Sw a-
Silk and CiibmmbrUts.
Warehouse. .
Agricultural pavifla aj ai M Ml to Wikkttli.3CIItCFF

Vc published gratis.Communications. A CkfIAIN Carpet Bags. 0 AVING:purchased the entire stock of agricultural .UX, BEOTIItES tk:co1 194 aai 1M Jekv ft.RUSI1TON .
must Le post paid. Oscar Hart, ; Ladies elegant New Style White and colored Messrs. Denslow

L-; _ AT IV Pun Bonnets, Ladies colored Straw Bonnets and _' implements frvm ClARK CD 110 i. 373 ,
-T- AT TOR NE Y LA WORMS. Winter Hoods. Also &.Webster, the. undersigned: would announce to .., 0 ,,- AitorHos..y 3rwsyli
Office upon tho Second floor at the Court-house, Canton Crape and Cashmere Scarf Shawls the public that they have greatly increased sai'1 :
: *% _' -lcM- stock besides variety-other NORTON,BABCOCK fc.WOOD, 139HAVILANDKEESEtCO,80MtH IaMI Laas $. .
PHILIP Foreyth street. 00 0 Ribbons, Inscr ing, and Edging, together with an ,embracing a great
unquestionably the best WORM MEDICITI: in nse; articles of the following character and aLaiKvn is
LAW WILI. in the several counties of the assortment Hosiery-,- Gloves Chintzes generally,
COUNSELLOR AT practice Ginghams, '
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ATTORNEY it is positive remedy, and can always be depend Mousline Do Laines. Cashmeres descriptions Agricultural and horticultural im+ DAVID T. IANMAN,69 Water Street, "h'jfHAYDOCK <

rdt : JACKSONVILLE: FLA., Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the ed on and is perfectly safe in its operatroo\, Sheeting,Osnahnrgs, and Tweed Casaimeres,, shirting: also,, plemeuts of every variety;of the most recent and CORtlES It CLAT,21> Pearl Strt ** f 4*

Wflf attend to any professional busincsi entrusted collection claims against the United States for 'A 1.80, a variety of Sinallwaros White and Colored Shirts, improved description; five hundred plows of every L OSOOODk JENNINGS, 133 Pearl Street, '' '4,

1 in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit Military services, and for Horses lost, or other DAOLEYS ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY, Black and Colored Silk Cravats, &c &e. description; materials for tanners,' currier article?,and L UINOa k CO,3U FaRes Street, .
rt to him An article of great merit and which no one who Jacksonville, Nov 23th. 1850. tf bras'and iron founders, embracing every
. property lost or destroyed by troops in said service tools J. k J.TIUPP,M t M tialdenLans,
and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. Ho has owns a Horse should be without. used in their line, including all necessary ,
for of disabled soldiers RCST;; HOUOHTON,83 Joan Btr*t, -
connection with Also, claims pensions ,or &3.,at manufacturers' prices.
also such an advantageous an Galvanic Belt, Bracelets In the Circuit Court Slate Florida ? 8 lt8t; .
t:; the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Dr. Clirlstle'a forjhe of M1scaLz.AsEots.-Roller and common gins OREENLEAy & KlNSLEr,44Cortl ,
: able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure Necklace and Magnetic Fluid. in and for the Southern Circuit. jack screws, store and-cotton trucks wheel bar WALTER B.TOWNSEJTO k CO.,IS Pearl M. .
and sold'cr
a prompt and speedy collection of sr.ch claims as Also, claims for bounty land to officers Far the Removal and Permatunt Cure of alt For Monroe County. rows, road scrapers,'hydraulic rams, force pumps, OLCOTT M-KESSOX k CO, W7 Mai44 Laae,

I f4 maybe placed in his hands against the United *, and the widows and orphans of deceased officers 0 Nervous Liftoff f, patent chains to facilitate the drawing water; JOSEPU i:. TRIPPE,H9 Maiden Lane, .
. j and soldiersAlrt And of those Complaints which are cnn cd by a. FORDIVORCE. Georgia and French burr millstones; calcine cart roll t'PALANCA, as John st is

I. States.Sept. ), will give his attention to conveyancing, an impaired, weakened or unhealthy condition of Edward F. Griffin, Complainant, ings; Plasterers' and raw for farmers; plantation MONTAGUE WARD ft CO, 83 MaUesj Lax,
: 4 1. IS19lyreL .he vs. Mills; com and smut mills screws, mill irons '
to examing titles and records, and ascertaining NERVOUS SYSTEM.Thisbeantiful Patience S. Griffin. bolting cloths, pick, reeds shuttle, and general THOMAS tt MAXWELL 86 Willlwa gt'4IACK8OX ,44

7. claims to lauds. and convenient application of the appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by finding for cotton and woollen manufactories. ROBMtS tt CO, Ml Water 8t 44*

1 a. P. SANDERSON All business entrusted to him will meet with mysterious powers of GALVAN 1>M and MAGNETISM IT its records that said Bill has been filed, and MILL MACHINEHY, Toots, &c.-Having the GRAHAM t CO,WOW Slip, -

L ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, attention and all instruments of writing has been pronounced distinguished d bv due proof that the said Patience Griffin resides agency for various atd extensive manufactories, MARSH t NORTHROP, Peart tt.f *.

Iii office from Columbia prompt ; physicians, both in I'-urope and the United States, out of this State, It is Ordered, 'That a hearing we shall be prepared at all times to furnish every HER WOOD* COFFIN, 8* Petr! 8LINGERSOLLk ,is

!: I, H AVING removed to Jacksonville* Duval County, will bo executed by him with neatness and despatch. to be the most valuable medicinal discovery nf the on said Bill bo had at the next Term of this Cir species of machinery on.the shortest notice. 00 BROTHER,230 Port St. 4a

. } County Age. cuit : Provided, That this Order be published in The highest market prices paid at all times for 8. A FAHXESTOCK t CO, O John 8t 4

U respectfully informs bis friends that be will continue Jacksonville, Jan. 23, 1851. tfJAMES on. wiicox some public newspaper in this State for the term wool,sheepskins, and hides. AH produce of the CI ..ftLiOS II5 this wi givI sa.xw. l rf a Cud fUih.abT -

-it the practice ofjiu profession, as formerly. Compound Extract of Sarsnpnrllla, of four months before the first day of the said next State received and sold for the-usual commi&ion ili the Brtmmpd f. *a ttrnU tk*ity. *.t

; Ua J will attend at each and every Term of Original of Toifhsenfs. Term of said Court. S. & H. riOYT CO., thim th* Ursen'aed SssIt h* '*i to lbs C.lta SiMu.
ti j M. BAKER JOS. B. LANCASTER, No. 171 sheet Savannah Ga. Unt 5hS tbert tattiany J *., Is I b1.
thi' Circuit Court iu the several Counties of T IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY, Say N.arIy iWI57
p I Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida. Iw* piioi U til* mitttr; Oil.Dr.'Jlob *-
CarS th.r are *o
4h f the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND easily proved by us, thatTOWNSEND OSSIAN B HABT, REPKBKCES..-iVfessrs. Padelford, Fay &24-tf Co.; Tow>i id-| Ssv.spsrilla U wilt $$5IS5U1flU ad t*

HamC ton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme Alligator, Columbia Co, .Eat Florida.AT. Solicitor for Complainant.Dec. Swift, Denslow, & \Vcbater. et pStiThb1S 1* their wtiattita t* S.'P.'l Utt UKill >
b 1 did obtain from DIt. YVILCOX the receipt for 19,'1850 0 4m" '' 0
the U. S Court at SUAugustine. 0 -
Court at Tallahassee, -
manufacturing the original Columbia County Sheriff's Sale


i ; will receive prompt attention. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and that he did. after the character and reputation BY virtue of a writ of fi. fo issued from the ws,_tb. l7udeIgseJ. fly.ea.s sat Dripistu ..f.wTork.

Address-J. P. SA>r>Enscr' "Jacksonville, was established as being the most Circuit Court of Columbia county, wherein .Zrookys enS WtXiaissbur& f.d tI1'd p&$ lIst.
;rti Alligator, Cclumlla Co., East Florida. Copartnership heretofore existing under B. Watts U the Plaintiff and Wm. CVon
Dtal Count*, Florida. % EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE THE Joseph our pZMII l inrj, .f tli. retlOf IYItS St lb. ts
4 JaXksonvillc, Jan. 17, 1850. tf M WHIT SMITH, | M. O'BRIEM, in the world, for the following diseases, such firm of Cureton. Titus & Harris, is is the Defendant, I slisll cxf ose tc sale to the liigh- th. .Iau prersrr'4 by t1.e put.si. lbs
Scrofula Evil Fait day disiftlved by mutual consent. eat bidder befo-e the Court house door in the U t*. aiC tsar. lbI.
Olaco at Alligator. | Office at Newnanaville.BOARDING. as Consumption King's .IinI !*riip&rIUs vs bse m.tbsg
I -r-- - -- Rheum, Erysipelas, fcatd Head, Tightness CURETON. TITUS & HARRIS. Town of Alligator, in Columbia eonutyri>n. the .eI. thkt m.ti.r b.twe tb.asI's.. Bmtwtw (.4 lba$
MCQVEEN MelNTOSII Jacksonville, Dec. 20th,180. { of May next the ... sad MQ OU
: of the Chest, Dyspepsia, Palpitation First Monday foHovncgpropcrty.to msU; l. giTstbs n*wu wbj ws pr.fit U
4t AT LAW of the Heart, and all wit-Levied upon as the property of said Dr. Jacob T w ,**4'fc Sar.sparifls t.Jtt. $. ?. Tewaiseu.

r ATTORNEY' Pleasant and genteel accoinmodition for single Nervous Affections, General Debility, Finer Al-. The business hitherto conducted by the abovt- Defendant, to satisfy said fi. fa. :' and less. ih,jmbH* t.jds.,wtatber we tenJ tuna saC

p *, WILL attend the Circuit Courts In the Eastern persons or families can be found at Mrs. FLO- bus or Whites, ltheuinatisiuSyphili', Ijver- named firm will be henceforward conducted 9y Lot Number, [61 Section twentv- re, [23 iwlxilcn, tad sot U k. ir, t?*.-by a. Oi.g. ,

.. Circuit; the United States District Court at St. TAr.u's-the: old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Complaints, Cancerous Humors, Mecunal Diseases and under the,firm of I in Township six, [t] touth of Range fifteen f 13] I. Oar 12pS1CSC and .k
Augustine the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; &c. Sec., 0 CURETON & TITUS.I Cast containing eighty [JO] acres; Also4t I>r.'.SwiaparUl*ft Mtiti m Q1I i 1eWtP MC vft'
renovated '
; in of been thoroughly repaired and ,) opposite For some purpose, and no doubt in order to Jacksonville. Pee. 20th. 1850 tf c. number five, [5 j of Fractional Section twenty-fit e. t toe thm S r. Tv* tt't. sad tbaamo. ts.tiw..7.t lbs ptliswoIsI

and prosecute Claims for citizens any part the Republican office, Bay street, Jackon- make it cheap, (for the genuine. cannot be inade [23] containing one hundred nn
Ict Florida against the Government at Washington, vile, East Florida,, Ag- Oct. 24-3m without great expense) pollute it with minerals, VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE j acres ; And Lot number tUrve, [3] of Fractional e..eteftc*534 4017. wb. vs.55t1c115 bSsdS5 t'i iS

either before Congress or at the Departments. .. such as ( orroive Sublimate, Snlphcr, bolts, UNDERSIGNED offers for sale a vai- Section twenty-seven, [27] eontainiLge [>*)] I .atd parp.rting u ecr*li.sans ii euu Us ta StkS3
IF: &c. &c. THE Lot number four 4 ot Fractional tatclTtbat which omwdcr'U kwt. tk. fast tia $ ?
Jackscmritte Ecu Florida. Saltpetre, tract of land On Lake the acres; Abo, [ ] 'I
q 09-: tf JAM K fjr I* I V A W 0 Now in consequence of the above abuse. Dr. H John's River, consisting of 8,000 acres T*<* Section twenty-sex [27] rontjining eighty [60] Towo. nd' 5.wpsrilia 'bis rtt1y sOsrI4 friatt5&saC

IYi May 2, 1850 No. 12 1vhIta.ker.cieaR: Bay Street, W1LCOX has concluded to .give his whole time thousand arc first rate hammock land, cqnalfco acres ; AUo, Lot numWr seven, [<] of Fractional .ipl.dfd tbttJM, tbtrt'-r oTi>( grsaliisat"4'-1

SAVANNAH GA. and talents to tbemanafiuturinir, of any in Florida, beautifully situated on the Lake cctfon twenty-set en [27eontAJEinffoae headrest OUT etitoiEtrs his IsSusisied a. sat prCsM : *

:; J. McUobert Baker, HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND, and admirably adapted to the culture of cane ajdcotton. and six [UK] acre*;:Also, Lot number three, [-J] Dr,'. prtpira'.l 1TUhich u.dly.pli9aI

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL in its primeval state of vegetable purity, so that .. The position of this largo body of feralo in Fractional Section thirty-six, [3S] containing vs tiller saSsy aU iicm itaa*M tS bS lbs

I I A ATTORNEY UNSELLOR AT LA W, TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, the afttictcd of all clashes may have a healing land on the brinks of our great navigable mir.ndds filty [50; ] acres ; Also, Lot tiumbur six, [S] of be*$.w* ebGattl ao(betitat
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA.'I balm for all of the above complaints And from greatly to its intrinsic value, and make it Fractional fc-ectioa thirty-*ix, [36] containiir' fifty 0 Dr. Jpe.b T.v.dI. WItS%bssaThVI.w.isasI-ts p.b4r
( t I DEALER IN his-knowlcdge for the lust ten years of the wonderful a desirable object for one or-.raore large sugar or nine acres; Also, Lot number ouc, [1] in r'raet'o.ial t* decile if we-are .s'Jnitftd iB'fivlaK(lie..' OJ4 X*.*

; \\ L practice ia the Courts of the Eastern Japanned, Brltaiila, Planished Ware, healing propensities his compound, he cotton plantations.- t, Section th'uty-rfx, [36] containing eighty pr.psv.tiQatIat pnfervses kh it psvRItaCIuSX'rI: a* a

CJteuit- Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit ..c., &c., hesitates not to say, to you, that be warrants a The subscriber also offers for sale ,12,000 acfes [60] acres; Also, Lot number two. [2] la t raclional media*!eemBeui.. a*well M tie theiee ef tie pqqte.s sal-

i in Bcnton and Hillsborough counties of theLi A LL kinds of Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of cure ofANY and st.tof.the above disorders, if on Lake'Monroe on the St. John's river, ell Section thirty-six, [16] containing eighty ver.stiy a5o1f.SSA La 1s t.iyGr* 400 *'

I3L the most approved patterns, for families, -persevered in according to the directions. Don't adapted to the Turpentine or Lumber business [ 0] acres; Also. Lot umbers one,fire,and six, ,00
C& V.T.U.
Court Tallahassee U4& UArtaiaB
the at ; Merk1 lf. t.JOJ ,
fibnthefn.Circuit in
Supreme PluKp ,
s ;5 hotels, and ships ; and all other Stoves for parlor; say that you have tried ?ar
ti; and in the United States District Court ball, or public placei.' Stove Pipe and every description not been bcnefittcd, so yon won t try JOSEPH FJtfEOAV:
for4he-Northern District of Florida ; and will of Sheet Iron Work made at notice DR iriLcoys.For Jan 16.-2m Jacksonville, Flo.js acres; AlaovLots numbers one, four Cre and 51.1,1 D. Wynaa X..D.BMG' J>. C.Iaatfcut 7lllterBMiw ter. JtlatajU*.. 4**eD.
B. U. rartoa. >rea
claims against the United States before Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Puuips, Lead Pipe, there has been many'of the name cot tip [14, 5 & b] in Fractional Section thirteen, [131 D. Felkna.31.D.WOAv.C 00 : 4*

r prosecute Tin Plate,Sheet Iron, Wire.Galvanized Iron, &e. on the reputation of this article, and -we tell you Jacksonville and Alligator containing together four hundred and threo and A. a, Ca... W.- D' cor. RiTimttem. Jt Carjiti.. 'e.Joh.H.it..3I.D.194L'iA 4e e
Congress and the Departments at Washington. all in ;: & %
twenty-five-hundredths (403 23-100)
:j CASH of Tin Ware be acres '
purchasers can supplied confidently that theSARSAPARILLA PLANK ROAD NOTiCE.rWUIE C. S. BelJia*, U. D.63 tfc At. ., *
Being located at Jacksonville for life, ho will at prices as low a* they can buy in New York or ROOT Township' six (6) South, and Range fifteen (15) Dr. Gee. ewby M. O tl Caaal to
Orders from Florida South Carolina Emt. Property pointed out bv the Plaintiff. 0 Dr. Pape. X.D. nreoneeronjth *, 4*
attention to his elsewhere. .
give his entire and unremitting is though excellent ia its Qualities of the ., 00 00
1 one BOOKS OF A. J. WRIGHT, Dr Fn.ci* M. D. att R> i.toa '
b and the interior, are solicited. SUBSCRIPTION to the
and all business entrusted to his care most interior ingredients of this, may we not truly E.L.I>eQfaa4Tel. Jl.f5.3J3$1'S'SC 0I.
profession, Sheriff Columbia -
Aug. 29, 1850. tf sayWander-IP'orkiiig Compmnd .R. capital stock of the Jacksonville and Alligator County. U. P. Ptidaan. M. D. anl> er.Sib '
shall meet with prompt attention. PLiuk Itoad Company will be opened at Alligator, Feb. 27, 1351. td VVTroataaa. Jl J .3 Sl *U. ,00
Now friends, these assertion are true to the M..N.Giicbrisl..W. D.t1Csast '- -
:I ( Jacksonville August 2), 1S50. tf the store of Fernandez, Bisbco & Co. in Jack Caaal 0. 4,
letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but n. L. Fsrsoua. If. D. 69 .
0, FASHIONABLE TAILORING.Snbseilber because we have a right to the benefit of truth, sonville, and at the store os S. L. MiU.ick & Co Jacksonville Hotel. i. Witherell. M. D. CT OlirerCharle : .4
a at Alligator, on Saturday, tho first day of March rl1IIE Subscriber having become the purchaser P. fay. 15S Cbaater +I5. t&
and it is also true that if you will call on us, we Ussr Trunnet. 27 WUiteaall
4 A Card.IVTE he would respectfully inform will give you names and residences people who next, and will be continued open until the whole SL and sole Proprietor of this well known A.Jt.Dsi4.os.IoSro.; Z. x 15 4V.A.bm.ad.Jr.OrssC

4 WNO toleave the State,I have transferred I IS Jl the citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity have been cured of diseases which has astonished stock is taken. 0 Horn., respectfully informs the public generally Ji.. 90S Cr.al f r I"Reabca 4* -
in behalf of the Commissioners that he has th* fenner house
professional business to J. McRoBEET BAKER I that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied not only themselves,but their physicians, and also : added J twenty-odd J. H. Hatl.ZlS hTeen* j iKile 4,
S. D. FERNANDEZ comfortable rooms with, five hundred *
: of ot best more over L. Cook. iss 6th Aieav '' !
CoL Sanderson law office where he intends names some our physicians -who are .t-
F including by as a ,
Jacksonville E. '
at Law *
Eq., Attorney Jan. 30.'1351.-tf 0 Commissioner. feet front, with piazzas in front and rear, making C. Harsh. SDg OMITT
carrying on the above business in which using, recommending and selling largo quantities e_ Beajamix Iie a. Spnaf i .**?" '*. o 4U
all such natters as were entrusted to my it as comfortable as anyHotel in the South,
he will endeavor io merit a share of the public of Dr W'lcox's Compound. lo very careful -< Jetapb tenet. U)AT. C -, 0
of which all interested with the which now will enable him to accommodate over Albert W. OehM,. Hoaetea ear. ysav 9 \. >
; Lj: tare by Gen James A. Peden, patronage. He will keep constantly on hand a to get that name of 3. M Wvr.cox" .-- Jacksonville Male' Institute. ,0 f*
; hundred and His table will be 1.zP.Boyd.i0Hitsi'
i will please take notice. choice assortmnt of fine French Broad Cloths, on the outside label or you may be injured one fifty persons. Aln-ed Marsa. Tariek *.r. Haneraley -4*.
V Cjsaimeres, Vesting, Trimming-, &e., which rather than beneGtted.Ifyon under the superintendence of an experienced iamuel Taylor. 2S7 lleeeker *
.t Mr.Baker's business reputation for diligence REV. I. SWART,, A. M., PRINCIPAL. of the North whose lie flatters Ci
fr will be made to order on the most reasonable wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is, we house-keeper by aid D. D.Tallmaa.6 ) tin or m : ,

and atUntion are sufficiently well established to terra" JOHN HENKY. have the privilege referring to the fast,men of himself he shall not bo rivalled by any Hotel Jo.n.a Greea.. .bbI.I M.CbameenMorillk. fcarleer.00 Crra ,.. .- <-* o 4,

1.I.t ensure promptness to all matters in his hands.r .- Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, 1850. tf the community. Principal Offica. Rates of Tuition. in the South, being now enabled, by the constant H. Parker. *. D )Lyrtl..sv.cr.CamU .BtUI/**.
communication with Savannah Charles .'
steam and J.W.SI.igh..D.43Jam.* _
,t. This transfer is a sufficient manifestation of myonfidtnce 173 BROADWAY, NCW-YOUK, Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic! ton to have the advantage of the fine markets of .J. D. Ajree, AtleaUeeor. Ueary, "-' ?
T. VA3VCE And corner Green and Beaver eta Albany, and and Penmanship, per qnarter,. 94 00 S. l'.L.edu.Coartsor. AtlaaUe i I ; *
In hiiprofessional ability and !Integrity those cities. In addition, he baa made 0 *
arrangements A. lijtebkt, Jr. TUniea. ly
sold and Merchants Grammar. History -
by Geography,
; I CHARLES P. COOPER SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS.Sutacrlber Druggists Country allover .Coniposisition. ,in connection with the Hotel, at all times C. 11. Wn ht. toi. Sackatt, 0 *
Elocution and Book
the 5
Keening 00 *
country. J Uijwoou. 131 O.art-- '-' J
to furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation -
Higher branches of an English Mhemati- J. Prweott. 22 Myrtle AT,aaa *"
Jt A 29,1850.. Attorney at Law. fl5'fle 0 begs leave to inform the CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC, .' cal and Scientific course, ,- 6 00 of his guests. 1'. II***. Smub n>r. Baltic *e>0'

p JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and the public Don't be deceived by a certificate attached to The Ancient Languages 0 10 00 The increasing reputation which the climate of C. C.-Smttb'Cliats..ox.Bsltl* --- > ** ,
-" each bottle of Townsond's 'which ccrtilts that FJorida possesses in the estimation of the medical J. Baaeaa. 101 Myrtle Ar. eer. Baffd -* *re k r<
I .J.UeItOflERTflAKEfl, ,that he con supply them with his double and A quarteFeonsists of eleven weeks and two J. I>. ewilU 36 Ur&ad. mnia t ari.
each bottle is for the of other 00
compounded and. made under the faculty, cure consumption aid 71 4 a*
farioia. *
, Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. Florida. singleSEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON Grxs. supervision of James It. Chilton; Chemist, who 00 sessions a day; 9 to 12 a. ro., 3 to 3 p. in. pulmonary diseases, ha induced a vast increase C. II. Clark. K. Xoere t OreeaviekV. 0
Exorcises commence on Monday, the 3d day tf K. ., K,ih. 31 Cwawioh 4.
NOTARY PU3LIC. has been hired for that purpose. Now let us see of travel to this State during the fall and winter ,
No doubt is longer entertained they are best February next.January23 Wat, B. N$.aaS5Broadway,' 0 i-C 4*
how it looks, when this Chiltou resides 130 miles months, of those who seek the relief afforded by a
the Governors of Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself, tfi HaTing aeuce4 aritfc grist plcuara a 'C.IkDTD TBS
4 Commissioner appointed by from the manufactory. This we think a great I00SU.Administrators milder atmosphere J and in vicwTjf this tact-the
: 1- the following States to take Testimony, Afildavianeknowlcgment.s from the general satisfaction he has given for the imposition on the public and calculated to deceive subscriber has determined that his exertions to PCBLIC.-pat f.stb by Osr Sixty rbjaieiaaaaa4 Dre peaia ,
last seven ho will receive their 1 the City ef New Tork ea tb.-r.htivs airntssItkslTowasesCi *
therein years support. the unwary, but judge ye for yonr elrcs. ,Notice. merit the patronage which shall be'bestowed
be used
: to : Prices low, and the Gins made of the Lest materials ALSO, for several Muds "Vegetable Pills," upon him shall be without regard to toil or ex- Sarwpanlla*. ia wkick treat prelereaee$**-
Maine Virginia and workmanship. tIx MONTHS after date,we shall present all prSIsaC la UTereiOl-D DACOB TOWNIEHD'S SA -
includin". Kev. Dr. Uibbard's.well known anti- 1 pent*. SAMUEL BUFFINGTON.
'' Vermont, North Carolina, BOXES AND BRUSHES Bilious Pills, and Wild Cherry Bifters.-Orders .OAT accounts and vouchers to the lion Felix Jacksonville, E. F., October 3, lcJ50. tf $5 PARILLI. vur that sJ. >y Xr. 8. ?.T.W.'S."
t L South Carolina fur sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest from any part of the Country will receive* prompt L .ringston, Judge, of Probates for the County ofDvaI he Cadenlcaed. 4. .is cordially teaeai ia 'tbt aal$lea.TT .
0 .Massacbusett$, rates. 0 attention. for a final settlement of the estate of Sey4ur' weal*, ibr.for.e..1.atis'Iy rs.u4 Ihf eUk eaM
I tN Connecticut, Georgia, Agents Pickett, deceased and will then upply .GREEN'S: TYPE FOUNDRY; 014 Dr. Jacobs Sir apaiUla,Ia Ua4 el >. T.i Ud'

: :.t. *?New York, Alabama. VICLELONOA 0 & ACOSTA,Centre village, Ga. Address J. H. McRORY.Jacksonville. rot discharge from all further attention and re-- No. 123 Fulton Street, Sun Building, New:York,
E. F. msibility in the premise; Kee* It Cavlena.B Uimr Mi.
MUMPORD & HARRIS No. 17 Canal Street Row '
; 4L -1-Pennsylvania, MisisIiI1)i, 1 MARY PICKETT.. mew Orleans. 00 J. P. Call,.. Waahfa. DUf C"Uai:
; 1 Delaware, Texas. N. A. HAEDEE. Savannah,Ga.B. Oct. 12th. 1830.6m.Notice I JAMES To JVcYr pnp.r Publishers ,ana Printer 0 J. Ci>b. La* aater Pem .
F. SMITH, Charleston, S. C. A. PICKETT, Pr.D.WDotI&55LVhl.*. Cs
.1 .MarylanJ, atigl.-ly F. I Administrators.' 7ITII conSdence I invite Jeh C. Brewa. P.ttiTHle -- 4J. -
ii s R. R. RECD & Co., Palatka. E. the Trade, before Sfraoatea. PbeiaiZTil 4Le ..'
. .,, S. _. I S. B. THOMPSON & Co., Black Crook, E. F. to Ntn'igatori.CUSTOM ; Jacksonville, Feb 20,1S51. 6m, V V they purchase elsewhere, to' give. me a W.U3ehniMtfcC...Alleatar* 4*

, Laud For Sale. T. O. HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville, E. F. 0 I call at No. 123 Fulton street,New York, or tt No. Hu'iao k Klehol. Waelnvctea' 4*
. f 2 PATTEnsot & Kr o,'Burnt Fort, (,a. hOUSE, DISSOLUTION. : 17 canal street Row, New Orleans, where I am P..Crocker AlHiea., Jr.Pike.BrewMfUJ Kan 4 deH. *.

, i.i rS 1 Agent for the owners, the undersigned of- A. DeLOEMK, Darien, Ga.Jvo. Ditrmcrr OF Sr, JonV-, T t1Ilf[ COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing ready to furnish them with all kinds of HOOK AXD JGIs, Yteasg. d.-'

4. ten for sale the following valuable tracts of 25. FIXER & Co., Beaufort, S C. Port ofJacksonville, NOT.let, ItfSO,...,. ;!t" of Buffington & Ryan ot White Spring NEWSPAPER TT.wr, of the newest and most beau J. Be -
-- GEOBGK L. BROWN Ntwnangville E. F.. Hamilton co. u 'this day "diwoltcd mutual tiful style I am also to the J. K. XeCardT. ft.s4.e' *.
,# On or about tbs'flrst of May next4he follow- by prepared supply much Cyrae Betn.Jr.lba ka 4.
C The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian War. DELL, 0 00 lag- changes will bmado with the Buoys at St C naent. ,, ? S. BUFFINGTON, admired Scotch letter,. having lately procured Job Uurtoa. DO)1P t 4 ,., {,'

,F L4 river, containing five hundred acres more or less. .'. WATERMAN, Ocala, E. F. John's Bar. I give,this notice, so that all navigators 0 : C. E. KYAN. from Scotland a series of these beantilul-faces, 'Zphrat*Ckiiadlrr.pL.z.hssb.ry Laaetber 4 4... ". J T ,f
small tract-of woodland in the J. W. PEARSON! Orange Springs E.F. Jacksonville, Feb. 1 1330; th tf together with. of l.TatA
Also a vicinity mar understand when this change is made every variety form and pattern B" R. Lyc.... Xeatrte* Ca
4 of the town of Jacksonville, containing thirty A. UUSBAS & dO., King's Ferry and Traders what the law is relative to Buoys,-&c.v I Of OEIAMEVfAt.. A<5D JOBBIVO TYPE, BoRDtr.lSO, .' Er.J4.U.UT.O7 0 -Ia"4 ', *

acres: Hill. .- That hereafter all Buoys along the coast, or Uuval ,Comity Tux Collector' Sale. &o. I fuel assured that the elegance and accuracy .- Robert R T. C.Bey Beebe W.II.b.ra, Delavar* "% ,' .& C
A lsa a tract containing one hundred acres good THOMAS-VANCE. in bays, harbors sounds,,or channels, chalk be BY VIRTUES Of in of all the Type'manufactured by me cannot bo 00 Cs" mj "

pUnUiigIndon Pablo creek,"near.the mouth,of St. Marys, Ga.. May 80, 1830. tf colored and numbered, that passing'np. the 1 I will expose for sale authority, in front of me the Vested Court-ny.fw surpassed by any Founder in the Union. By an J."x"eaymJa4ekCo.Cs.tb hC W.lfcwk'-, 4 Ci.*. *

.. the $t. John's river. v coast or sound, or entering the bay hitrbor, or t mac door, in the town Jacksonville, on the entirely now method in the mixing and casting, ]1 'win.Tatar R.B. Xe.?rSaBb t. rr ilj't-/*...'*" *::
Toe above, tracts ot t&wilil sold ai reason- channel,-red Buoys with even numbers Shall be' Monday of May A.D.lS51the am enabled to maintain the virtues of the component 0 0 X. Smith.W*tertewa. 3T. T.P .
bl>pric s and on good term AddrwvA *-\ Notice. passed on the starboard hind, bKck Buoys with land following tract parts of the metal, and thus to producer,in 00 O.Hill. 8ratoj 5tas. "4 a,' "R' "'
c f
bo one half of the dwelling house aadlot oftana indebted to the Estate of Eliza5L or so thereof as will pay the sum addition to the solid C. H. Halbcrt, 4* ,4* wjf
0 A U persons even numbers on the port hand, and HOOTS with eighty-two dollars and an elegant k moat and durable Drarjr Harray tMkp- '4. -
in JacksoHville; near the pourt lloufcaiqapt ./ beth M. Berrio, deceased,' are required to red and black-stripes on either:band. Buoys in B52 91,1 the same nlneiy-oneT-eents, Type, heretofore offered to the-public. To this J. D. Lvoae,C lr*- ., 5'Tci i : >*

-. being the saute' "which occupied by JoscrS A lneganfEsq. make immediate payment to undersigned>and channel ways to be colored with .alternate white px0 assessed against being the the estate amount'of of Duncan the Stat. lost feature I would in particular call your atten .Cbarlea. W. Bsg',. Newaxa. X. 3,
3. A 5b.wsu. T5.tSU
Jtllnersons having demands against said estate and black tins, for.solidity and, durability ..ot Type is, -
0 perpendicular stripes. -- Uincb, deceased, levied on said land for the on A VTatklaa. BelUwe Pali*, T( .
Also two hundred and forty'ocres on the east are requested to present them property attested -ISAIAH D. HART ," 35J also year the principle of economy,. of the greatest. importance Jnha Un4r. Graftea 4 4vJ '
00 and to the
t.t' I vide 6f Fleming Island an the St. Joan's River, within the time prescribe by law. novT-tlstm Conccfer., pay aftn of sixteen dollars to all .typographers. -The members ot the >rob Pierce. Cheater ., 4*> --
lrA. between the land of Messrs. Lewis and George HENHY D HOL LAND, Executor. t 00 fad fifty.eight cents, [$16 6S,] the amount of the craft will also find roe ready to supply all kinds of Al A..WUkIi, Psp.lIlvm.j'
0 tax land 00
about one hnn&ced acres of which are 00 tf. ounty on said for the same year, togeuer PRINTIXO OFFICE FuRsnrxR .. -
Fleming: icpt.19th. \ DYIN'G,AND with all for the establishment Thomaa J. Conaifk. Nerfelk Vs -- '
r hammock, and about thirty acres elcared.! ? SCOUniNGESTABLISIIIHENT necessary expenses-attending said complete. Printing Offices,such as Presses Catler k Sttekoejr Beetea. : VII%
Also an undivided'one third of the late Mrs.opbtaFlenthig'a'dower. -: Administrator's Notice. svy and solo i said tract of land being situated Wood Type, Cases, Stands Brass Press ; V.r..r. Levisa a Calisli.31.5. 4. .
ki said county of,Duval, pn the west bank of the and HI1U CkamJler k C.fc 4*> .4* -
on Fleming Island, on Wood Rules. Imposing Stones, Composing Sticks 8.OGadssr00 00 44' 4- k ,..
months after date I jhall 73 't.John'i ,
present accountS :VO.' YORK river 'opposite Picolata- -
my STREET containing I q
river beautiful location. Brass 0J.Lflu.1ts d. 4
the SL.John' ; a S and Wood Galleys *
Riglota Closet Racks
and vouchers to the Hon. Judge o en thousand and fitly [lO.OoO .
'undivided one-thirdofabouttcnthop. (REAR OF -THE COURT HOUSE ] acres,and bounded &e.&o. C. 4. C.
Also ) ..
Duval lalbllowsi 00 Hlaaetar< 4,' 4
Probrte for county, for-a finaf settlementfas On the east by the St. Jobn'rrrrer *
sand acrcsTvitnated same
,*extending to Tbomu'3wim) ,.. suitable per Ib. .The trade dealt with, on the most liberal iTbenaaE. Ihidle* 0 4* 4* "T' .
ton, ,. M public lands, and north by lands belonging( to I. N.rsaN.rih.&dsss .j- 4*,; >*-- '
skirts of
turpentine; small Jiammock; granted deceased.THOMAS: ., terms, and patronage iolioited on-the '
0 W JONES s. ALEX.tNDEflCALLOWLy Palmer & Ferris the same being an old ranl ground of .4 wood k Saylea, S ath .tsfsat.; 4eJ 01
Fganeia Fatio.'
a. the
0 00 00 furnishing to purchaser artiola with which W. rMamknrer. taeiaaati. ..OktopA. 0 0
-4 j. McItOBERT BAKER, Eept26. .Adminintrntor,. RETURNS bit thanki tot his friends for the URIAH BOWDEN, be.trill be pleased,.and which will bring him the 0 S. S .TU. ClastesaikObie. i 0
4 } Law Jacksonville Fla.JNewi baa received sinco he Tax Collector and Assessor,Duval coaniy.;' ,* ,;. B.Onlraby ,C.Aa.us&JU.
Attorney at 00 -commenced worth of his money, .: :. 'Wn .' K/Preetea. Portaneatk 4*. '
' copy tf.] Notice business this city in 1332,and would state to his JacksonrilleOct,80,1850; Sl-tds Editors Prtnterswishing to establish a News K. II. Bailey,bcrrr 44 0'

1 I __ ___, 0
00 tire i .IIe rTl> Market 4. -
friends,and public generally, that.during his aaaaaaaaaaiea.Dtiml paper .or Job Printing Office. will be furnished > ;tUirop.S
** TO THE OFFICERS'' AND SOLDIERS late Visit to London and"Scotland,be has acquired Coiiuty 'Tax Collector' 'Salt.BY with estimate- 0 C.&a4l.1t.sa.trsaktia 4a -
I James W. Bryant an detail of the cost by stating 0 Cheater Jebaeea, B-Mareai 4* ,
1: OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE various 1mPyoveentsconDeete4with. .. 0 ViTlTCB sue of paperand kind of work to ha executed.. .Jsa..C. Reflisi. rIob.e..OMCs> :>
ATTOttXET AKO CorNSELtOKATtaf 0 0 : ef authofitjv'in ,me rested oy. Publishers JubaC. Pill) bnry ."*, .4x ,* ler: C'J.esaLI..saWse ,'
.THE.DEVOLUTION;. AND.FKENCH CLEANING, lamy,'I will exposa'for tftl ln front: Newspaper* who will insert tbf B.- : 00 Ut4*> 5 -" '

tend to Professional business in the Courts a recent Act'of Congress, officers and soldiers which he trusts will enable him to give general 00 bones' dooriu"jhe't towf J-daoafiUtJoa the- advertisement three months, and send me the pa.DC 'J. Leek Csas.rCL4f* i dS.A4'AbreeS. > K "x;'
' f the Eatttr*'Circuit Florida,and in th Fed- B (who hare not received} are entitled satisfaction ,to All who may please:'to favor him ArSIMbn4ayin' May, A. Dr .15I, tho 'foHowing lee""wintalnioff New YoA it addressed to *;Neabttta Reeis- ,Satua:Saabem. ..v.aeu*' ; Jjt }*- 05..m
for services of month with their ,.. -t 0 ,* namue&racI oflnd: will hd paid So materiaU of my s.st W&ij.I. l. U. :: n
.l r44 rt for tbe Northern DUWct of Florida.dperal''BtufoMf (o BOUNTY LAND one patronage. v : f ? j or' lo a obthereof A, wifl manufacture,provided they- Aarta joae*. DreverUl* 4* ,
. more the wi&nra,and minor children of thosed.eeaseLaro ladles' silk and woolen.Dees, Shawls,;&o., CqqnLtz.ssee against purchase "" time' th 0 Jmjr.. Prts* l4.sit '. -
amount -
Aii AanT. also entitled. ITbS Subscriber will tleaned and dyed various colors,' to as to givij good Benjamia-nhompson" and- dn thereof .for 4be of tbcif billi for adrertisin .40,00 Zd.CDsasJr.24IvCuia '.4$ '

ln-tb,3tate, ThaI9oUg udtrtak*. M moderate- compensation; the satisfaction. '-Tabler Covers cleaned* or*dyed, as year A. D. 185V together wllh.al! necessary .4,0 0 'No423 00 Fallen. "A'.5.OOW.Wr hairy DT117.&Wtst1.t C.. I.' i' 4., .5" ".5
the location claims of those interested- Having been employ* may be required. :Gentlemen *gsrm nkr no v&tedia pensMatteadingsaiS .ov7.an4ssIo* ItfaidAriet it'N.w-Toft an4
,- grtand,4oiuon&.U&n4sn4 ed to public office for several years, bit experience the sam good ityltf 41 fornj6.jy, sobo1 to beurpassed of land l Ii tuatedfu sutfl county of DuTalonth 0 I 00 00
orsWthir f enable- him afford' by done at th?North; *ast tank efthe6tjohu's inlni 8m- WlVsmPb1, Ii.t.i'bs4e
: la such matters will iAueYAcz2tT'- faculties to claimants for-LAND AND PENSTONS -' 'may be required.- Ladles' -bonnetrdyed black ne-Tacreg' aBd houndfidi* lollowi t i00 : 0 f.Kla k-.y. ,

: .* V* And tare them great. deal of trouble, cleaned, and presidio superior style, tadierand west t T the-:*.. JohttV rim, on'tl ,lSMjg,0. i: TRIMAtNGSffJ'RIMMrNq { 0
0 .
. for'th' eb the'VI 4Ett4i and expense. Where he obtains .nothing- Gentlemen'*'Kid Glovei cleaned after- hc 0 land belougpg' t44 MCfleadan&onle; ) east: L'k_ *'- 0 0 Oder! CiVBfmnbntcTiC't !ort1i s bo!

F1I5'Otb er errie attbifwpert7.o.tforwbfch nZIUI barge is aada. AU letteri post-wiU fault most approved London foshlpnr ; -- *." ri JT by land belonging to'Mwej jsouth' : : * t
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pfolnpt&Ltention, the'jieccwary f*rmi.0 and : Mr. IKiiibasbeeu.mppoktedjgent fot by lanii belonglfis tft tt helrx f ffgbtttS 3d &Pfaablonabl* TrfmmingseomsistIn of Frings, constantly-on! ha nd for.teuuj W.tlt.t/ fgneoi
00 Glmp
; the above eitablishment will '

; p WXtol +i.aruetlou: .sent... reception And delivery of work; and:in 3aok4onriC attend to,*U he( r- Jtiri: { noWoTszJ4sseieor : XhoI.dlei will 4d this sssornItob,, tc who warrinf" itto be'eewTne. f""* VV ?.

U IlabIe.- ., I WinzD. C. the lorroundinr country. Term, m" "* P. Colleotor bet1n the oilytlitfl aat exavIu.. .1 FJSRNANDEZ'tBlSBEK8ttO
.. .. $ Dnva.roint.
r t y ; 'Mtrehn.lSW'* 9m ;: ; DZwE8. Brick Fibre, &ytLy >_ **'! t..i. .__ U IT P.
i .: A41Ek3Q2TiU4. East Florid, -- ***** October 1850. JackonvHl, O.t.26. 1BZ. 24ds ,281-t- 0 j S 'o'rl4.-1-


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