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 15, 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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BY AUTHOR TY. favored foreign nation "Thejihall also.be sals," commeiciafigentia d may' tbeiricconnj' i ..". -
pr conned which are:td be adjusted annually T h g, A n'C'e 1 H a t dzr r' presAle -settled ,
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permitted to pass from port, to of the in the the be upon my spirit'i.I
TRETY WITH THE HAWAIIANJ r'"ums' port public prisons;at ,request"and r all dead 1..1 memb red .
Sandwich Islands, for the purpose of. pro- cost,of those who;shall claim them, in orderto turned. **t'"L. :jnts.x.: A.' my visloivand' felt the toft. ,clasp
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coring refreshments .bntthey.shair' not difrcharge detained, until th# time when they shall .-' n. in heaven,.was now* twined
their ECCEITO or land their be'restored WI.tb Ihalof( the little, antelhani: .
passengers to the vessel lo,which they belonged : floors with Jyinjc- wearily they "
Whereas treaty of friendship, commerce, In the said Islands except .at Lahaina and ,'or:sent back to their own country The presenttreaty: in force from the I glide t heavily their.:feU fan Corropoadene ibs pbi&.rti*SfeifiiOctia
and navigation between the United Statesof Honolulu; and In all Jbe ports named in this by a vessel of the same nation other away ,upon :
or any dat.of.the ethanle 'rtifction8 fo 1 oar hearts, howfulUofloth: ; bo\r dark ,Marian eowitv,FlorUJk:f&
America and his Majesty the King of the article, the whale ships of.the United States whatsoever;! The agents, owners or the I with woe, bow Interminable they eth.- .dlrllti.J8H.NWhen ;- _

Hawaiian IslanJa was concluded and signedat shall enjoy, in all respt"CtsVb tsoever, all masters of vessels on .account of whom'the end twelve 'yrr.after either of tbe contracting Have you, reader,,watched with the dying! I tell you the true" state ef 'Iha, .fo '

Washington, on the twentieth day of December the rights,1 privileges. and immunities;which deserters have. been apprehended, apon re- parties shall ,have given .nti 't Have youieentbe'icjiiands 'stretched out. wardness of 'the crops iri this latitude; Hm
in tile of our Lord one thousand are enjoyed by, or shall be gtanted'to the quisition the l local the intention
year authorities shall be required oUieroJpts to the toward you, and felt the mute..eloquence 01ImploKng that rome of your agricultural TraJers: rill
eight hundred and forty-nine, the original whale ships of the most favored foreign nation. to take or send away such 'deserters same,'each ''of the:said 'rontreing.pJhies gl&nces that seem to moarnfaUr be half inclined to set it down saMej.ehausen" '

of which treaty is word. for' word as follows The like privilege of frequenting the from the states'and dominions of the con- reserving to itself the right, : giving such ," ae me, help me, will .you/not/ Bat I.aware yptr;;ihatIm be

;- three ports of the Sandwich Islands, above tracting parties 'or. give such security for notice at ,the .end' olthe. said ;.term of :.ten snatch me from these cld/waYS that are under; and not over the mark '': fi&* _

The United States of America and his I named in this article, not being ports of entry their good conduct as the law mav' require. yea orat a jsubsequenuenn.. surging, over my Stopping my ,On,the first of April Paul 'McCot ck, _
:Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands for merchant.vessels, is also guaranteed But if.not sent back nor reclaimed within Any citizen.'of,subject., either party in- breath ; must I go alone through this deep Ecir: who resides near Orange* ke3uul;

equally animated with the desire of maintaining I to all the public armed vessels of the United six months from' the day .of their. 'arrest, or fringing !0earticles of this" treaty, shall be riyerl". ., *tauara on his cotton. His crop 13 long and

the relations of good understanding I I States. But nothing in.this article shall beconstniied if all the -expels -of such imprisonment bell resXnjibJeforthitsame, and the barraon : few years ago,'when I was very young snort staple.. 'fI'?corn wax then as'high '?asa ,
which hare hitherto so happily subsisted as authorizing any vessel of the are not defrayed by the party.causing..such fanrf good"correspondence between the little accustomed, to the Se.face' of mats head. I aihtde' to tyr::MeCby .n.-. '

between their respective states and consolidating United States having on board any disease arrest and imprisonment, they shall be set at two .gojtynmentt shall not be ,iDtnupte aornowwberrn fact 'I hardly what name, because he is extensively;knotn;*ad

commercial intercourse between usnally regarded as requiring; quarantine, to liberty,'and, shall not be again arrested for there bjr fechuJuirty,engaging, in D way rafiering wu'I called In; late'one evening.to ; no doubt personally yoaVreadersJ> r ** i

them, hare agreed to enter into negotiations enter, during the ,continuance of such disease the same cause. However,'if the'deserters profeetitue ofienilerjTCr. Sanction *ucb'yila see tbe -oeighbor.Iuwas. ...n & .(,tb.e.-oit. ,oJb.1JGJQ .. .
for conclusion of a treaty of friendship on board, any port of the Sandwich ahoold be found to have committed any tion. tb* last OffouhliUI, ones, wh had died in bnty'of'the:limaie in'-East"' ba' : J-

commerce, and navigation, for which purpose Islands, other than Lahaina or Honolulu. crime or offence, their'surrender may be delayed 8uc'ceioo.at a very' age- Beauty, been rreatly underrated abroad1 -'..-" 1ft .

they have appointed plenipotentiaries, ARTICLE virr. until. the tribunal before which.their .ITc Xn 'when ilA b'emaciated and While many suppose that ponds and qoa t
that i In to say: The President of the United case shall'be depending shall have The present treaty shall be ratified by the convulsions face, lingering mires cover the face of the, COfJotYi't&e1.m''erse

.State of Anerica John M. Clayton, Secretary The contracting parties engage, iu regardto nounced its sentence and such sentence shall pro President of States of America; around every:tiny feature. The mother rat is the fact. The country in'-.Marion

of State of the United States ; and his the personal privileges, that the citizensof have been carr.ed into effect. by and with the advice ,and consent of the by the head of tbe ebil pale, grieving andexhausted county is dry and elevated. :The'soil ts pro* .
Majesty the King of the lIa\Taiial1l'I\M the United States of America shall enjoy Senate of the said States, and bybis Majesty ; 'she ha deem. ,night after ductive beyond conception. The climate-Mi
in the dominions of His Majesty tbe King of ARTICLE XL the King of the Hawaiian Islands' and '
James Jackson Jarves accrediteJ as his by nigiit the very sojourningwith mild and.bracing. 'Although frost isj rarely
special the Hawaiian Islands, and the subjects of It is agreed that perfect and entire liberty with the advice of his Conncil of State '
commissioner to the government of the Privy her, and so she"had .watched seen here, yet the thermometer; notrisea
United States; who, after Living exchanged his said Majesty in the United States of of conscience shall be enjoyed by.the citizens and the ratifications!shall be exchanged ed at declining the.offered services of. herel, *'high as in Eufaula-94*Jn tie'shade..was

their full powers, found in good and due America that they shall have free and undoubted and subjects of both the contracting Honolulu.within .ej bteel months, from the nature was utterly exhausted, I saw the its greatest altitude here last aunim *$ & *
fo.n, have concluded and signed the followioj right to travel and to reside in the parties, in the countries of the one and the date of its signature, orsobneril possible.In large tears'gather and 'stand trembling b .Oa the 7th of last February, I dined ,with* .

articles: states of the two high contracting: parties other, without their being liable to, be disturbed witness whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries -I tween her half clod lids a I asked if Captain Reardon and on hi ii. table were '.

subject to the same precautions of police or molested on account of their religious have signed the :the fame in trip I little O'D was better;-and I,too, away Grean Peas Beets,and Jrish! .Potatoesj.i&;

. ARTICLE i. which are prueised to wards.the subjects or belief. But nothing contained ,in licate, and nave thereto their seals in. as she mournfully fbok ture bead the best Cabbage lever: eaw all fOIn.b:
axe ,
There t-ha'l! be perpetual and amity citizens of the tovored nations. this; article shall be tears .
peace most They construed to interfere Done at Washington, ;'English language I stroVe to answer, but she could not.- garden. Yet theseluxuries ao" not'grotrspontaneously.
between the United States and the King of, shall be entitled to occupy dwellings and with the exclusive right of the Hawaiian ; the twentieth day of December. ia the The babvas somewhat'quiet' then ;j' it A:little labor is )absolutely

the Hawaiian Islands his heirs and his auc.- warehouses and to dispose of their personal government to regulate for itself the schools year one thousand eight ,hundred and fortynine. I clm ad holy in the soft light of necessary. T'

cessors. property of every kind and description which it may establish or support within its : ., that chamber, so holy tht when I gazed 'Now, I advise no mall' to move ;to'the

ARTICLE II. by sale gift, exchange, will or in any other jurisdiction. i JOHN M. CLAYTON, [SEAL-] on it I: forgot my deat and up fJt country until he has examined for" himself.;

There shall he reciprocal liberty of corn-I way whatever, without the smallest hinder- ARTICLE XTI. JAMES JACKSON JARVES, {SEAL ] I, peaceful, strangely so, nature a Yet I must say'if one' will work" fooif::daya

merce and navigation between the United ante or obstacle; and their heirs or representatives I I If any .of war or other 'vessels be I then was. I turned to the mother, and out of the six allotted for. labor, be ca }'tn-

t State of America and the Hawaiian Islands. being subjects or citizens of the : wrecked ship of states or territories From the X. 0.Delta. pointing to the babe, said, "let me sit here j joy luxuries uatasted by men'of wiealln"ihjsi i

No duty of customs, or other impost, shall other contracting party, shall succeed to their i of either of Csts the contracting th such ,I whil you lie down and rest awhile; if there t more northern ,latitude. The countrr..1S .

be charged upon any goods, the produce or I' personal goods, whether by testament or ab ships or vessels: or any part thereof priies and all COTTON-JACTS IS ITS BISTORT. i any change I will call you." It' needed healthy the climate is delightful!; the spit'Ts .
intestate; and may take possession thereof, not much entreaty to cause her compliancewith productive; the, lands>>i in
manufacture o(one country upon importation furniture and belonging there- The following! statistical facts in the historyof cdmpansoir'.yrtli
from such country into the other oilier I either by themselves or by others acting for unto, and all appurtenanc goods and merchandise which Cotton, will no doubt prove new to most my request ; she sought her couch .al- their red value are cheap. .But before fsell-!
them and dispose of the same at will, pay- ,ter one yearning glance at the babe, andbegging ingin Alabama I advise "my 'friends' *
or higher than the duty or impost charged shall be saved therefrom, or the produce of your readers and instructive all. As
ing to the profit of the respective governments t to call her if it moved she sank first to look and for theinsev! s.'I
upon goods of the same kind, the produce I I thereof if sold, shall be faithfully restored facts for future reference they are invaluable. me see would
or manufacture of, or imported from. such dues only as the inhabitants of : with the least possible delay to the proprietors instantly to slumber. I not intentionally cause 'anr one f";,rffoe;

any other country; and the United States of i the country wherein the said goods are, shall upon being claimed by them, or by I Upon the beginning of the eighteenth century t' And there I was alone with the dying;- when by that move he might be'diasatlsfi-di _
America and his Majesty the King of the j be subject to pay in like rases. And in case their duly authorized factors and if there I the small amount of cotton imported I for a awhile I sat, my eyes fastened upon and indeed, might injure himself. ;

Hawaiian Islands do hereby engage, that the I of the absence of the heir and representative are no such proprietors or factors; on the into England was from Cyprus and Smyrna.The those of the babe, those two blue orbs from ( Still, I must and ,will say; that"Tknbrmen '
: surh care shall be taken of the said which tbe faded dull soft in Alabama, who could with the '
subjects or citizens of any other state shall spot, then.the', aid goods and merchandise, or annual average importation into Eng- stars ba now yet Same
goods as would be taken of the goods of a 1 and sweet in they slowly labor, make a* much long staple cotton here
not enjoy any favor, privilege, or immunity, I the proceeds thereof, as well as all the land, the five years incluiv 1700 to expression a .
whatever, in matters of commerce and navigation native of the same country in like case, until found on such wrecked ship papers or 1705, amounted to to pounds.In : moved from side to side under the vein as they can thereof the short and for 1fJo
which shall the the lawful owner may take measures for ban 1.11,00 and drooping The lamp was trimmedto difference in price, let them'look. to. lhe'MPr.
not also. at same vessels! shall e to the American orHawaiian 1730, Mr. Wyatt frst spun yarn cot- ld. l" '
if *
them. And i should "
receiving a question mild, and the era Current. .. ,
be a light snowy ,
time, extended to the subjects or citizens consul, or vice-consul, in whose ton by machinery. .
arise among several claimants as to whichof drapery of the bed and windows looked In my next, I will be more lengthy'aw!
of the other contracting party, gratuitously, district the wreck may have taken place In 1733, on the 25th of November, the '*
i if the occasion in favor of that other shall them said goods belong, the same shall and such consul, vice-consul, proprietors,; trustees for the settlement- of .Georgia were ghastly, as they shone out in. strong rel.ef more explicit. Yours truly. ; n.Ea. '
be decided the laws and of '
by judges the dark furniture of the .
finally room.
, hare been gratuitous, and in return for-a or pay only the in presented a of cotton ed by Mr. against ,
I the land wherein the f id- goods are.- actors sbal expenses ppr It was my first experience as a watcher.I THE NEW SENATOR TROM FLoRLDsL-L1 ,
compensation, as neatly as possible of of the Phillip Chelsea, En
1 proportionate the preservation property, ldyhih writer in the New York Tribune -
Where the decease of bolding inroads of tffis
on had before the fearful
any person never seen says
value! and effect, to be adjusted together the rate of salvage e and expenses reached Georgia in March, 1734._ '"
by mutual agreement if the concesion shall real estate within the territories of one of quarantine which would have'been In 1735, the first cotton was sent to Holland of disease so stamped upon our frail human'! gentlemen : -":--i': .
have been conditional. party, such real estate would, by the laws payable in the like case of a wreck of a by the Dutch'colony of Surinam, in S. I ity. An hour passed;. I felt a strange awe *-! know him:as a very able iarisf.'an' ; elo.
of the land descend on citizen subjectof fibre qnent speaker; an accomplished iingnisf;
lit a or national vessel and the and merchandise America.In creep over me, thrilling through every
ARTICLE m. the other, were he not disqualified by saved from; the \ gds not be subject 1741, raw cotton imports into England of my being. longed to speak, but dared speaking, reading, and writing foaror*, fire .
All article!! the produce or manufacture alienage, such eitiz&n or subject shall be allowed amounted scarcely draw my .breath; the babe.grew, to languages besides bis own;ia a. man well
to duties entered for to 1,900,000 pounds.In .
of either country, which can legally be im l a reasonable time to sell the same un1eS consumption, .En land the my fearful vision, very unearthly; knew versed in all questions of:moral, physical _
it being understood that in of 1742, at Birmingham. '
ported.into either country from the other, in and to withdraw the .proceeds without molestation case any legal its I not then that its innocent lips were quivering and polifcal: economy;:as an excellent and"

ships of that otber country, and thence coming and exempt from all duties of detraction claim upon such wreck, goods, or mercbandis fnst cotton spinning was-muies IIIva..buit mo I jwith.the last.a ony ; I thought not that profound writer;.--a warm-partisan _
the shall be referred ( decision '
shall when so imported, be subject to on the part of tbe government, of :. .same tribunals of the or \ve In pIer', only aoa the entire the MOWY'covenog on the sinless bnasV-I Democratic school?5'a federal "officer"oi
the same duties, and enjoy the same 'privileges the respective states. The citizens or subjects competent country. value of manufactured cotton goods i Eng.land. seeming so like the 'fluttering wings of a efficiency,'zeal, and integrity; and lastly' ,as,

whether imported in chips of the one of the contracting parties shall not be ARTICLE XIII. white dove in thatdim chamber, moved to in ths fullest sense of the word,a gentleman.

country, or in ships of the other; and in like obliged to pay,under any pretence whatever, : The vessels of either of the two contracting In 1761, Arkwright (afterwards knighted) thecadence of the labored breath for the 'If I mistake not, he is.a native of the

manner, all goods which can legally be exported any taxes or impositions other or greater I parties which may be force! by stress of obtained the first patent fo his spinning last night on eart6.J :, West Indies, though a resident of this"coon-
or re-exjwied from either country to than those which are paid, or may hereafter weather or other causes into one of the portsof frame. I bent lower over the child, and strove to try since his infancy. He serveJ 'with dwi*

the other in ships of that other country, I I be paid, by the subjects or citizens of the the other, shall be exempt from all dutiesof In 1767, the spinning jenny was invented fathom the mysteryof its upre sioQ. Up >n its tinction the Florida war .Asa slavebolJVer '
shall when fa exported or re-exerted, be1. most favored nations, in the respective states port or navigation paid for the benefit of by James which eight : brow I fancied I saw a pale and beautiful I know:him to be.'a'kind master; and .

. subject to the fame duties, and be entitled to''. of the high contracting parties.They shall tbe state, if the motives which led to their threads Harrav one. Raw cotton spun :, light, a halo that was not of time ; yet a loved by bis servants to whom on rnanyoc-'

the same privilege, drawbacks, bounties and be exempt from all military service, whether seeking refuge be real and evident and if no this insted, were about impr'[drapery of'blue shadows was gathering casions", he has confided most importanttrusts. '. -

allowance, whether exported. in bhips of by land or by sea; from forced loans; and cargo be discharged or taken on board, save In year 1774, a bill, prohibiting 3,00,00 exportation around the pallid lips clouding yet more .
the one coun'ry, or in ships of the other; from every extraordinarycontribution not general -i such as may relate to the subsistance of the of machinery employed in manufacture darkiythe now wide open and glaring eyes.A | We of Washington feel no little! ''interest.

and all goods and articles; whatever description and by law established. Their dwellings, crew, or be necessary for the repair of the of cotton, received the th assent of spasn passed over tae lace,. sharp but I in these things;and the description here'givren ;

not Being of the produce or manu- warehouses and all premises appertainingthereto vessels, and i they do no stay in port beyond Five after the mulejennywas transitory, tue sweet features were instantly. exceedingly gratifying to us: The
facture of the United States which can be destined for the purpose of commerce the time necessary keeping in view the England.invented. years composed again, but I was so terrified, that I good men in the National Legislature! often

legally imported into the Sandwich Islands, or residence shall be respected. No arbitrary i- cause which led to their seeking refuge. fn 1781, Ireland first cotton for -moment I was speechless and trans- 1 exercise an extensive influence' ia osrmidsV

shall, when so imported in vessels of the search of-or visit to, their houses and ARTICLE XIV. goods to England, having exported sent over 239 fixtd. The'chamber was so awfully solemnto Sometimes others do so abo.- s.\iag f'o..'

United Stales pay no other or higher duties, no arbitrary examination or inspection what. The pounds of raw cotton, mixtures of cotton and me in, its stillness; not a motion was Ttltropl&tta._ _ x'- -
imposts, or charges, than shall be payable ever of the books, papers, or accounts'bf surrender contracting official parties mutually agree to the to to the value of 157,and 17,.I Imapufactures I I there, not a sound save the dee', bard breathing POSTAL DECISJOS. -The ;Post'Office. bejpartment

upon the like goods and artIcles. when imported their trade, shall be made ; but such measures authorities, upon of each all requisitin pairs cotton stockings.In of 'the worn out mother. has decided that printed circulars"
in the vessels of the most favored shall be executed only in conformity persons being For awhile I was irresolute whether to the address in when
the crimes of murder 1782, England received her first cotton ( being manuscript! ,) unsealed _
foreign nation 'other than the nation ofwhich with the legal sentence of a competent tribunal charJedvitb piracy, from call her from ter slumber, the first she had, are chargeablevithpostaejiz;
The; England re-
the raid goods and articles are the ; and each of the two contracting arl forged committed, forgery, or within the ntte"rance the of Brail, pounds same )year imports, and exported had for'days or not; twice stood by her, Three cents each prepaid, for any distance,.
produce manufacture. (II\.rlie" en-aeR that the citizens or DbiectA paper jurisdiction the my hand upon her arm, but the extreme exhaustion When' ealed they are subject to letter >,
of either, shall be found within tbe territories 421,000 pound, setting own pos
of the other residing in their respective slatesshall of her pale countenance renrnl..h..1 -
.LkT1CLF.1T.rto of the other. nrnriilpil that thionlr quantity manufactured age. ,
enjoy their and personal aha1 at1,50.00pand ._ mp.,. _and._ mnnnerin,...? mv, weak, fears -- -
property security -- --- -- --
duties at tonage, harbor, lighthouses, in full and their be done upon s'i'criminality In 1785,'R v. Mr. Crtwright wahagreatetlrtistolebacktO the little f THE lIeu OF THE 'US. F.i.wATJ :1tfso1iJU. &.

pilotage. quaranliuror other similar duties, of own citizens, as or subjects ample, or the.manner subjects as and as- according to the laws of the place the power loom. 5e year Watt'steam rade.! Mf heart beat fast a.id loud, but I .-It is stated ra'tbe New'York- Ex

whatever nature: or under whatever denomination citizens of the most favored nation, but subject where the person to charged shall be found, engines were first introduced a the nerved myself with firmness and wiped from press that the parties in Boston who- batecontracted.
shall be imposed in either country would justify apprehension and commitment motive driving machinery in cotton for of .
upon always to the laws and statutes of the potter he: soft brow the dewy damps that baJ gath- tne sun 59,000,10 remove
the vessels' of the other, in respect of voyage two countries respectively. for Uial, ithe crime bad there been anufat( e The following'year chlorine ; end upon it. All kinds of strange fancies. the bull of ,the !ate.U. &steam-frigttMis.
*between the United States of America committed ; and respective judges and was lrt used for bleaching: grouped themsslvesin my brain, 'or flitted souri, which lies suuk in the harbor of Gibraltar -
find the Hawaiian Islands, if laden, or in ARTICLE IS. other magistrates of the two governments In 187. first cotton spinning machinery noiselessly; through the 'chamber' of my trill accomplish theirobjeet throughtae

respect of any voyage, if in ballast, which The citizens and subjects of each of the shall authority, upon complaint Wa st up in France.In aid ofiBishopV Patent Boom Derricks _
shall not be equally imposed iu the likeC41C two contracting parties shall be free in the under oath, to i iosue a warrant for the apprehension mae 1789, short staple cotton began, to becultivated mind.Were there angel. aroun.1 me Could 1 Wrecks !yingin any .depth of'.water' are

on national vessels.ABTICLE. states of the other to manage their own affairs -i. of the person s charged, that he in the South, a Sea Island cot- pierce the veil ihats.-pdrated me from the visible raised: and carried into dry dock in increoJ

V. tnemselves, or to commit those affairsto maybe; brought before such judges or other ton first introduced here. what should I behold 1 A III gity form, ble siortf jacs of time. \V : *.

It is hereby declared, that the stipulations the management of any persons whom magistrates respectively, to the end that the In 1700, at Pawtocket_ t R. I. Mr. Slater a great, grim skeleton, with hol.o sockets .>-. '.-
of the are not tft be understoodas they may appoint as their broker,'factor, or evidence of criminality may be herd and erected a cotton mill-the first in America.In and Cashless face, wooing the warm breath DXTRAORDINAHT Discovtar<-The i'New -

applying present to treaty navigation and carrying trade agent; nor shall the citizens anJ subjects!; of considered ; and if on such bearing, the evidence 1792, Eli Whitney, of New Haven, CL fro: the gentle'child that had never" known Yuik.Herald has'received a telegraphic des -

between one port and another, situated in the the two contracting parties be restrained in be deemed sufficient to sustain the then reidill in Georgia, invented h harm,and pressing upon its little breast with patch :from Detroit, which exhibits 'some

irtates of either contracting such navigation their choice of persons to act in such capacities charge, it shall be the duty of the examining cotton his dark icy hand J almost felt his presence startling dnveiopments.. ,It teems that,,*
and trade being reserved exclusively l ; nor shall they be called upon to pay judge or magistrate to certify the same In 1798 Switzerland introuc'etOI and cuwereJ, weak and trembling closer gang oltJesperale men has been organized
I remuneration to tbe executive authority that mills. United States saw the ; inM.cbigan-with tne avow d design jde-
to national vessels.ARTICLE. any salary or to any person proper a to the cradle. I almost geam-! '
whom they shall not choose to employ. warrant issue for the surrender of such 9,300O00Ibs.Prices in England, from 22d.. log of his merciless, ecythe blinding the stroyin tae central,railroad blowing: up the
vi., Absolute freedom shall be given in all fugitive.my e expense of such apprehension to 25J.; in America 39 cents' .American exports sweet eyes of.the babe with its .fatal flashing track and firing all the depot*and buildings

Steam vessels of the United States which cases to the buyer and seller to bargain together and,delivery shall be borne and defrayed amounted to $3,500,000. ; a chill from its i hideous,mouth came Through the vigilance of the authorities 33

may be employed by the government of the and to fix the price of any goods or by the party who makes the requisition and In 1803, New lampsbir built ,her.first over me, lifting the bar .from my brow; .I implicated'were arrested.and I lodged iJ ";p-t

said States, in the carrying of their public merchandise imported into,'or to be exported receives the fugitives. cotton factory. yeu after the lre' loathed I bated death cruel, pit.less. destroying jail. Among them'were Jastiee*;o(.tits ,. ,.
snails aero** the Pacific Ocean, or from one I from the states and dominions of the two ARTICLE XV. power-loom was introduced into. tb U death, blighting the fairest :flowers, peace, judges constables, and.others.__ S7, 4

S port in that ocean to anoiher; shall have II I contractin;'parties save and except generally I! States, at Weltham, Mass- matching from love its most precious ''trea- From the Yankee Buds ""\ :. .
So soon as steam other mail packets erected;: !
or '
.free access to the ports of the Sandwich ,such cases wherein the Jaws and usages '. In 1822, first cotton facr' & Beene between two &ad-tak.,. ,
Islands with the privilege of therein of under the flag of either of the contracting uiThe., year Egypt sure.These emotions of fearfully in-
stopping the country may require the interventionof Lwel" terror ,,'Good Bias Cubids. How da
shall between I bordin yda
have commenced
parties *, .
to refit, to refresh to Jand and 'runninJ cotton to Eng.and. waken
passengers any special agents in tbe states, and fst creased, and I started, determined to I
their baggage, and for transaction of any dominions of the contracting parties. But their .resectiYe ports I the ,"bets n Engtandiflveate4 his the sleeping parent and have at least a sharer do to-day,1". I :. _.J -.'
business contracting parties agree, to receive.at the mul "Potty! well: Biss Gribes.! I bope yours :
pertaining to the public mail serviceof nothing contained in this or any other article sel.acting 'spinner. jn m/ horror when my eye was arrestedby -
of -those all mailable 'mat val this bord.n*. -
the well ? *
the United States and shall be in post-offices ports the from 200,000, 'was oh I .'je-r5i ,
subject of the present treaty shall,be construed to mentme ,the face of the babe;' .-it sobeaveitlr ''
each to no duties of ter," and to forward It as directed; the destination I ue of ia England, in : "Quits well thagIbyoun ;.--';,*. :i?> -
haibor of I
ports tonnage, authorise the sale spirituous liquors to the so perfectly lovely- forgot my '
.1i thouses being some regular postotfice of either 1760 It. increase in little more than haifacentury What "paper was.:you .te3Ilgwh
quarantine, or other similar duJies natives of the .Sand wicb Island*,farther than & terror once more ; I voluntary cast my eye
of whatever country, charging thereon tbe regular to 34,000,000; cabe id, Bisa.Grtb.ts 11 .t _
or under whatever sneh sale may be allowed by the Hawaiian over upward, as If.to fathom the glories revealed .
established by l law'in the territoriesof had toO! I was rjsadig the Y kee..Bladc"
Denomination laws. r rates a In 1841, the Eastern States invste the little one, when just over the bead of .
either party receiving said mailable matte in cotton manufactures a capital of to Ii's ad excellent paper I.1bidk doTt.you*? ,
$0 cradle with one finger pointing significantly
-JLBTXCUCX. the the "y ito toddy paperadJ dura
in addition to original postageof 984., : .beautiful little es. a very
::'The' whale ships of the United Stale Each of the for dDnwardt.r saw. a stories "and Do reala jule.B _
two. contracting parties may office whence the mail was lnt ,On 0ome,'lutl occasion I wifbnng .cherub hand\of the most delicate ppstry.! .
4haH have access to the ports of Ililo, Kealt- have, in,the por&of the otber.co s l.,,vice-i tbe United .States shall be & up.at regu- the last ten years,'and give; a ir,0 teproge8"'of'.iufures u hand rid exquisitirnonldyet'BO: etherial that j it I iGribes. r---i,'''- "
kek a,and Hanalcl in the Sandwich Island consuls office and "I'll read a little poeb toby FrieM Tab-
and commercial agents,of their own far interval*at Hawaiian > in -te' : breath would dissolve it.. A little j _
for the :pOTua0es of refitment and refreshment appointment who shall enjoy the came'privileges despatched to ports of the United States; the WI.GILScothOrIiioLOT a around the:wrist 'And beyond ''.1)9 yea bebber T.b the &lbe' i-
as well as to the ports of Honolulu and powers with those of tbe moat postmasters at, which ports shall open thesame'and It.; ruff stood out floated faintly Wiled< wewyoagtoother, .; ..-t
white cloud '
that, an impalpable bl1Ch we OO our bab4 add J!
ind Lahaina, which.onjy are p rta'of entry favored nations; but if ,any such consuls forward the enclosed matter as directed distance of with .uow' aoUi and kather T? 0 ,. *" -
at the a For per "TfOh '
JJUX ; blending span : :
? for ail merchant vessels; and in, all the shall exercise! commerce, they, shall be',subject crediting-the, Hawaiian, governmentwith 1"- 'Bi.u'Gribdt'ihat'8 r ".
w above-mentioned .ports, they shall be per to the same laws and usages to whicbpriut their ,'pottages as .established by ;laws : The Toledo Blade tells- u.olowi 'c. the Ilbalt'De"r atmospnere.forgn..it.'o. theimotioni it piece.'i'twq geJtideJfali -
mitted to trade or' barter their( supplies or individuals of their nation subject each or anecdote r Do. read a-fuJdy : : ,
manuscript print
are aeristi ,
anCltpe upon bosom.-- "The babe is :sarrounJed Tbs
ll here's
awskchedinmj hast fadldv.It
a sdg. he .
good, excepting spirituous.liquors! ,.to the in the same place., The said consuls, aheet. ; v Wh r theTttrkUhMabassa4or' 9 wo-f 1s..was .first thought, wrhted _
Hundred dollars! valorem consuls the diced Geri. Scott,; his : by an tny Is "irAlice.Wey : _
amount of' two rice,. ,and .commercial. agents, are _, matter destined for lteleteLt is coJ1) t. -
for,"each vessel, without i paying any'charge authorized, to :require the assistance' of Hawaa;: lld.abaU.b received at'the "This 1 Gener St'te :'w L-:r Mad mnniiif its almost with them ransomed'spirit; they are beckoning now with; The un'n but_that nil.n.buo_t.J.tr."pal t:.. -t\.t. ,.; ,I, _

for tonnage or.barb r dues 4'f any description the local authorities the .search,arrest, Unit States,,and. df.s.Lane .. ; I their waits bands.and tnisbabe' ;will -soon 0'.the wood*that tebirlSi .
or any duties oMmposts wbalever upon detention and imprisonment the .de ertera forwarded to San' .' other' ports tbe'i.wc'a- .' '' ) ? The siL4i river val.,. :: 1w -- _

the goods or articles so traded or barter. from the-.SWp of war and merchant vessels o the Pf coast of the U Plte SltS; 'tpi' Amm nY'anl; j joi&thehlyban4.Myidreadhailpassed deata(seemed kindly iu crown ksba dedidthoshPilo1.. .. _
; avrayl fiowj
ed. Tueyishall abo be permitteJrwilh; the of"their eoallt y., For'this"purpose they whence master shall itrr'D'.tbe'ida th ; e.. of.terror and scepter of:tiron'*were'gone'; -itas Pacing softly to Add fro, 'DOaO.rP'. ; __ _
: TAd4 tb belt aboatst
like exemption from all charges for tonnage shall apply lathe, competent tribunals,judge the* regular.matt_jackets"t Honolulu, the I anil 'i TurkisbrTaaguage 1, which' thaituditidaal t one'-of'God7 sjininisters.I : .- .f' 4nJIk..lld.illiu* 95 IdOtr.. M _

and harbor does further to trade or barter, and jomier*, and. shall, iu' writing, demand Hawaiian goverment agreeing on thei par to,. preter General; did :D\ waken ,the mother, she slept .Tba'lIft11JiSS: I iks -
with the same exception as to- *pintuous: the said deserters proving,by.jhe exhibition receive and 'collect for and cit,t-post of t'u'nndr tat ""that saother boor and then composed, refreshed, the adJ 1.1:1 _'L..1 ." ". "
'." : _
liquors; :to the addiuonal amotfnt of one of the registers ofthe .vessels, !the. Tolls! fice department rof the' with,the H the greatest h I iotned me in'my:vigilB.: The next, murniuga'wiute 'ell ei'J .!. -- ;;1.cdd. ;. ,
'; dollars:ttd' for each the: crew* or by ther, official document tJnitedtaiezaieuharged.therenpon.. It rC1 r ,
thoasand valorem vessel tUI-.fb '
'4'- cloth 'EbroudedT the: baby and 'thecnuJe
Dddfbat;Je 4lJr!
paring open the 'additional goods jand :ar. thatf oeh "individuals.l formed ..p&rt.oLtbeerewI.ao4. Ib1 b optlon1to prepay the postage::0a'let I-After imanienrs tame I ."the soul bad gone)up to, the great such alaJ cold. .... FI

.tides;:so traded 'andr: bartered, no oILr.or. this Reclamation being'thoa subutantialed iAetet.country, but postage oa:print to"n1nicndstasdiog poa1'Gerf( t j m'tleelthe brjlgbt$ Kwelstadded the crown: oii ro .., A.dd r decrateA-uust'' 'it..s.. l '"i. :,
shall -all
shall noLbe refused. .
surrender ed in cases
bIgberdutiesthnvepayable on like goods jhe newspapers while I :- .,
It Beueemer and gazed wita .
tsTeTyifltet1l1Mgentlematz I .f' ,
arrested shall be pb&dat i be office'departmtntsof manner oseitcd'1fe,_ weep- '. ... .. >.
when .
aDd deaeheX prepaid.feTiie.-'reipective post t
articles/Trhea, :imported.in.lbe; vesaeUand Such } ', ( a.nineit4r .1: r. '
L dead .
: : .
J '
;2Z.t '; iageyeauponthebeahtif 'l "r\lUl t 0
the'eitizens. or sabjects. of the' most :the disposal' oflb, p .l !sr !I 1 .the contracting parties ahah in .. ,: jfr ? ."-. !H "' : v .If'> '' Y. ;jft' i ..,a ':;. 't'- ." -,. .,." :.
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u : A .J ,- of the ,vas 10and.with' wniel'oJD with: om.
wateliiie efficacy_
.. t or special !legislation, and to,be a firm cK ffi- ,! mprbpef iTras, Jn this adjudication; whole formslfto; tin Injured .State, the 8tG8'-- ihvh: :are ; other damajebul horecfrHardenrahdhe

l'rovstheN.O.Delta. pion of StaietfjrightL; 'He.:hasji ver held ubjectduringthjlineas J otMrcorwin f ; ditional cause fot its 'exti3.f 1 Vuitiye lat..a dbope, .|hiii*| Iorria1.prove/"a negro were all jjone- -; .

: : ''rIIzyLot: or COB ARE UHARIIED : any close co exion\1tjttie) \ ?<>f |he"great, !asreferredTat h1s rqaestfp'tb;;
. Art: 143''(Bando 'de Buen Gobierno'N political parties pfjthe'leou'alty, though, till $&s takeafcn the' Ofintthe"otnidnof :Confidence and hope ;-to. the I iCoaYentioo.orthe :: iislpraciicalworking! it can statement wall pJease'copr. :

one shall fell: make- buyor carry prohibited )-. within the last fewlyeaw, he has' 'been classed ; ihejAttomey! General.J: $ t ., .pOtI ,-Je exert the sdrereign.; powero1the the earliest f 'fieiet b of lay"*b-r nefit V tGthouth.' unless SA T A WS'r."' .
aims with the have 'elaSt.bim'with *Uponihe decisfon: of .khirclaW of 1 ?4t :in defence rights,'at > John B Harden,(remarks. the "M
: tinder the penalties pointed out the "VhigWe ; 8 period, andin, the most effectual it,be that 'a few,triumphs pf the few ift cases This, )
; bylaw; and, in order'.tbat: no one.may allege .appears will rest the remainder,'and ,thishasbeenreferred't practicable the adopt to hat of SirAms act 80 powerfully is notoiiUlhe'notonons bafglar and Ii m*
the' issue which have; been made' between" Jiim. jnanner: and to Legislature t imiJar', J J A ., m nfvyf 'sy ia"iTi.iim ! % ignorance, comes following. the are! declared and.his{pponent i JhXLcg'slature.he' .a. the'Secretary? of therNa-, the,Snost ipeedy.andeilectualfl3casUre&4',; as'tcTdetefthe 'slaye from I 'escapmg:or.the thief who rlgnrea so extensively' in our. coun.

: bracing prohibited.Here known,. catalogue, etn- occupied position, and.we. hare vy"bo.basaen'; jb'e Bion' of the'Af wards the. same end. abolitionist from receiving him when 'escaped tlr".a.few W_"_!in e;;; :tf, f .r A." .
' % every eapoPi commencing ,
- wW tie formidable blunderbuss, and ending no doubt that all his sympathies and con-'I. torney,General. Notwithstanding the' decilskm : TIMBER AGE T8.' -for the expense of 'recapturing! 'a In'1847 or ISIS, a most daring,,b."iJarT

. with 4lall manner: pointed knife large or "ICtn"'mIe1! him to maintain! that,posi. ,of., Congress adverse 'to:=tbe '<5alphinclaim 1 A ,writer in the }as attempts to,cast slave will 80onvbetoo: heavy,to-any: but was committed.'mt. ck JRo .

y email or,a,pocket although kaiic.)way be a kitchen ,knife lin.&again ,-;and 'i'this-coufae: ,orMr,, #:Crawford refleetiorisjm'ihe U: $-Timber.ew Agent lo this the wealthiest planters to engage in' such in tbt.! town. The "burglar"Entered one of

4 All jnecbaaicsare forhidden to carry from "Charles Sumner, the candidate of ibejree;.:: therein! -, we have seen' published' 'prcedent Ditty; 'mping i 'to, biznpartalitj'O: ; an'.ndemk iag, without_ certainty of"their he rooms, f&wbicliweresleepingat two geritlmTO' WiaiBi
. soil and democratic for the vacant seat in numerable \ hyzterestba i bairns i long of hw 'Jn- the,time, iid I.w ;itl e'was
their:shops the edge or pointed tools of their party, friends In :"discbarge beiag foserd by tbeadientiue.In the.case of ,
f trade,; Iess it be in a sack, or bag, underpenalty I in the United States Senate, hasf been elected 'outsianditi.' against 'the Gernment' has ties-. It,"is,also}( th.that ,the Departmenthas Swim it cost the owner upwards of $1,500 a light, and robbed !them.of e frt hiji

" for bf the one month's labor shall in the public I and manufacturing Mr.Vinthrop"and pro-slavery, the candidate interest of has the been'paid; and if"anythmg{ of.Florida, created: a.new'ofliceia1 chief..agency,' at $reclaim i hiin.a fourth ore'sisThanbiuakct money, gold';ipenciis ,. from, thence &e
first time be
{, Yorks carrying them, otherwise they, of two months caught for been defeated. r arising from a treaty stipulation i whi h promises a salaryroV l :"$2OOO'ayear';; '; t! supervise value. What,'practical! feeoefit, proceeded,to the .J stable and selected a fioe

t the' eccond and{our months for the third of. "We have classed him with the'democmt. to give "ebti8factio jot J losses previous the present agents. _The", cboice( p 'olo! then, will the law ever be ,to the Soathern horse, pponwhWi decamped, "* -4 ,

because that'; onfall, the isut's'whicb' 'top: the ce'sioJ;'b c'ometber, by.. more gy. of., the communication, .the' want planter, owning ffoni' ten' to tbiry".tavrs1 C rcUmst med: suspicion upon

t1 Art. 44-No one thall carry a club in been n'him arid his"opponents' binding than an ordinary obligation., Moreover of, or pretence, to, knowledge evinced therein of his ntmber::shbalJ' escape, JchnB.. Harden,- who ,waS :arrested:and'
in the Legislature, he has occupied a democratic Suppose ten, -
.- t town' or'out and of of the itunc.ku.clubs penalty being .shivered of four dollars to!- position andwe'have no doubt that these claims are free from the objection 'as to the'acts'of the'DepartmanV the i anU .he; ehbuld" .have the goq1'orthne'tocornerthem' ; j lodged :i ira. J jaiL i -i,After .day's,_search;;the

;4. 4 pieces. ,Any stick or staff long or short, or ail his sympathies and' convictions wll lead to the,Galphin claimj;'that \.Crawford had I conduct 'of its agentvi.d} ubteS have : : i in Boston-it would cost"him stolen property was found, secreted in ja

1 3 more than one ioch ia diameter shall be !him to__maintain that pdsition.) *? an.und nied 'iiiterest"ints'result. In the pst. veighLia' 'r : given,:by 'the nearly theT.value!, .or-hia remaining.negrcws I swamp about a,mile from'town,'wb'erellaN
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deemed a ctab. present case the .Republic aiithortativelystatesMr.'Corvin ;.i publiq t these, aspersions,of:a;;faithful and to"_,tecaiuith; 10 tha'escaped.. As'was den had left then! and retarned to'in'ttsame |
Art. 130-No individual shall be allowed : : REPUBLICAN.JACIESONVILLI has no interest whateverin while ? sO ,night f.the robbery -Our Circuit
house than FLORiDA popnlar! liC officer, 'and they before ,_stated, the General Government, can : ;
his .
have in
I to more one pound
'p t powder under penalty of ten dollars. the settlement.* But aside fr6m"any such much adorn pressthey'will also: fce grave do nothing" the individual tales must take Court being in 'cession at,.the time, (and

.. The"*'penalty pointed out by law"' for consideration; these' FJorid'a.c ims .should ly considered i bY"t":;the Sehatert-.in[ "the, in'qnitypromisedof the matter 'ill, hand-they,alone! are corope which,he was' in attendance uponravaitin

..".?. selling, making, buying or carrying the prb- THURSDAY, .MAY 15 5'1 be paid,as a mere...matter .of jo3.ticefor r if that.body for'the law", under tent toi,adjust and.quiet forever" this leaffu his! 'trial upon' an Indictment fbr\\bigamy,) liiwas

, "14 4 bibited arms enumerated in Art. 143, is imprisonment MAGISTRATES.At our citizens lost their property by the Inability which the: ,new' pp intmtrt is nad! : qucstiba.0uba immediately,)trled.anj ',convicteU'of'tlitburglary :
> it hard labor. There
are now ,
' I ; of the Spanish government torotect i it; The fact'iIthetirnber agent,Jorthis'.dU; ia "be laken- this time Adventurers and horse-stealligazl.entence4$ ,
in the Ptewdios of Cuba, hundreds of young an election Monday, the -5th ool ,to I (
14 men laboring at the'public works, chained to inst., under the h1C.1 of a recent law. remuneration due'from that government frict -has performed.his ddtywith "-proper: m this line roast be more waryam to stand one boar in the'pillory, and to safe,

t ,- lobbers and murderers, for this offience alone. of the General!provisions Assemhl"'making Magistrates .- and the debt by acknowledged being tan- zeal,'and been ,strictly impartial, especially circumspect hitrWir,mbyeoientsr Dr'C ba'win fer impTrsonment'/in'oaf! -eoanty jail; Iii
.r. Whenever the Captain-General wishes to ferred t our: own, die United towards Whigs. As the probable"result! 'of remain in the of Her'most Christian was undergoing.his punishment in, jait;. from"which .. /
. elective the officers grasp .1
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whose following re
4 rid of and
.; get patriotism some gives him umbrage he trumps up chosen for this district:' bound for the payment of, !interest_ during the his l legitimate,complaint to the'; prosecut'ng Majesty long time yet, in spite of all their however, he soon succeeded" (eflect-

a'' ttovCharge of ,carrying prohibited arms \\ I IrM. time they delayed payment of the principal. officer;. 'e'migl (.instance, .the- fact ,that"in love pi: freedom and, the oppressed hot tosay lag his escape. The Governoroflre&, award rei-
i U doomed the chain- HIC1UN"Es<. suits before the.lastU. S. Court of two hundred dollars for bis'app
r, against htm. lie to OLIVER WOOD, ESQ., CUBA. the brought any thing of r the hoards of gold and sil hension., -:'

-Ii;. C... gang! JOHN W. PRICF.'ESQ. We copy from the New Orleans' Delta a, for timber-cutting and, UepaS in nearlyevery v er that they may,possess. ,Whibl.he was hi tbis county,he wasal.

't f .% THE COHANS CASKOT MEET TOGETHER, series of articles from the statutes existingin I instance the parties. charged, were ro m"truty,' G. ways"on the criminal side of, our Court, and'
r. MISS 81VARTS SEnl.1UV. Cuba, with some of the notes of whisrs-some men of property and influence, was suspected of having'perpetrated sevual
li : OXG ANOTHER AND TO UNITE AGAINST The annual exercises of Miss SWART'SSeminary expletory others of little Does thiStook' It seems from the President's proclamation daring robberies, in our neighborhood. H.
i show the rule men prop rty ;
that tending to despotic
F paper ,
that there is foundation.for the rumors lately undoubtedly' the.most enterprising
t took place onthe, 30lh ult. Added .
case of WMg.ber
;: I 1 THEY CANNOT MEET PUBLICLY, EXCEPT which is exercised by the government over like "winking" prevalentof a revolution in Cuba' daring villain now.in the Southern countr

t_ \ UNDER THE SCRVEIU.ANCE OF TIlE POLICE. to the large number interesting girls the people of that island. We open our columns cutting ? The agent'has shown'a creditable Cuba w governed bya military despotism,, and we hope hs may jet be brought 19 '

"I..;\ Art. 21-"No gathering or meeting shall attached to the School there \,ere present a 1 to thi's and all such facts as may demonstrate leniency in all case-not wishing.to. overstep and subject to enormous' exactions for its j justice. .

.I .j: take place without tbe consent of the Commissaries number of others as as the, parents of what there'is too much reason'to the str! limIts oMiis duty;,or to become support. Yet, the White population of Cuba '
\t : who shall be held, unless prevent- scholars, to the gratifying exhibi of is probably the most wealthy and prosperousof The following shows what wholesome'
r:1: t ed by more urgent occupations, to be presentat tion. The winess. further evidence of believe' exists, the reign of a po\ern that what petty newspaper carpers, .f o'ria.! all that live under.European government. worJs.agood Whig press brNevv England
was a
J; such meetings, as persons charged with island subversive of the rights and libertiesof so much profess'to detest at other.times, "the It demonstrates the immense'vigor of slave! (the Bridgeport, Conn. Republican Stan J;)'
ik of order and the high value of Miss S\VR's services as Federal institutions. And the notionsof
the maintainence peace and the the people-a reign more odious'vhen willing instrument or despotism. according in reference to the Slave
: enforcement of the orders of Government." an instructress in our community. Southern eubmissionist., the people'of can speak Fugitive
1':. contrasted with the popular sovereignty of As for' the new appointment, we learned ,
i :. Art.5"Neitherin in public establishments ---- Cuba, since they have plenty to live on, Law : -. __ -
I' His Honor, Judge BRONSOJT, during a recent our own free land. ,While we wish to see some weeks since that a temporary appoint ,
r, nor in private houses shall balls and con since oppression has not become' intolerable, t "the .termination of ihe SlaveCase"atBoston
ceits be given withoutan express permission visit to this county), was called on'to our Government, as such, keep good fit ment'was made! an individual to inspect a ought to preserve the,glorious Union under and the peaceable delivery the fugitive '.

. ;;; of the authorities/ decide a minor maritime case, being a suit with other powers, we know that it cannot tract of'country in East Florida not strictly! i which they live. to his master, are matters of:congratulation -

.J The police are required to be present at brought by a sailor agaihst the captain of a easily stay the tide which seems to be set defined, :within' the districts. either of the With the internal affairs of Cuba, however :- to the friends of the Union.. it is
- : these balls end concerts. The "gatherings1 we have nothing to do. nVe. regret understood that the fugitive will! receive ,his:-
vessel In our river, for wages and damagesfor ting in towards the, emancipation of the present agents. Upon this tract the Department ,
. ;lr t and "meetings" mentioned in article twentyone and oppose any interference with them by utTerly on arriving in Georgia-some Boston
} include every species of reunionsmarriage expelling said sailor from the ,,cse1 Queen of the Antilles from her chains. We may havereceived, complaints of dep- any of our people. And we have no right gentlemen having raised the sum necessary

: feasts baptismal celebrations, balls, An effort was made to attach the vessel for yield to no one in sympathy for the oppress redations, from just such sources'as', newspapers to intermeddle with them. We have a treaty for the purpose. They were told ;that he
i, concerts, &c., &c. The issuing of the license of amity and friendship with Spain, and we would be sold while remaining in Boston
the amount claimed. The court decided :in ed ; and fully accord with sentiment of one } in Florida do of men ; and these not
furnishes to tax the a of the South should think have the of the suit
opportunity levy ,
an a we seen uat any pric', as object was
favor of the claimed but refused to of the foremost advocates of intended reflect
. ',r T aggregate of which amount to several millions wages Cuban revolution complaints probably are to and felt enough of the mischief. of viokte I I to test the law. The sn-n that is to be paid
: and the payment of tbe tax secures the grant a writ of attachment on the vessel, ,- the New York Sun, which says : "Ev- on the present officer, if the Department is compacts and impertinent interferences, to ab. 1 for him will! hardly meet the expenses in-

. ,,' .4 presence of a spy in the family of the Cuban, and, at his instance, the parties resorted to I ery American eart will beat quicker whenever induced to heed them fall, it is sot likely .It stain from them .-Southern Press. curredin his recovery. .

i j. to mar his innocent pleasures. The nobility compromise-as effectual a waas any of SHE (Cuba) PROCLAIMS her iudepen- would appoint these officers tojudge in cases I! It seems that be was put on board the brig
:- and the wealthy are of course free to a certain From the Pensacola ,Gazette.. 1\f Acorn very' early in the morning.,' Wi
obtaining justice, after den cc." of malicious
t extent, from the most vexatious annoyances all report against thmslves. MR. EDITOR: think this should have been done in ope'iitlayi

I $$1. J of this hated system of espionage. It Mr. STEPHEN BLANCENSHIP, formerly first The Savannah Georgian, copying these' "The Senate" will,probably gvd the There has appeared in the; Mobile and The object of course, was to avoid 'a

41 falls upon the middle classes, and more particularly mate of the steamer St. has had Cuban laws, and speaking of the almost impossibility threatened investigation, a it'wi turn out New' Orleans papers re-print fron the disturbance but tbe policy of-keeping dark

p 1: W upon those who are supnposed to JatleI for our Government to restrain out that no yearly'appointmept has, been Paulding ()'liss). Clarion, beaded "Green in such a matter, or of anticipating a threat
l. be disaffected to the Government. the captaincy of that boat'since the with- County Traeedy," which, if permitted go I ening, mob, U very questionable. 'If the
1 .-THE CUBANS CANNOT MEET SECRETLY drawal of Capt. KING. lundreds of our people from flocking to the made, at any such salary as $ ,000 a year. uncorrected, is well calculated, if not intended law cannot be carried into effect in broad"day

. ;; ; TO COMPtttE. rescue of Cuba without waiting for her to Correspondence of the Republican. to deceive and misguide the public mind, without resistance, it is time: to ',have, blood

. The espionage of the Government follows :IUSI. strike, suggests the following proposition to I to screen and protect a villain, robber, and spilled( and the sooner the tpillitg .is. com;.
.T the Cuban at all hours of the day and the Professor G. Vs'. PRATT, well known as a purchase the i island! : I I. WASHINGTON, J/a 5,1851. murderer, and to cast reflection upon the in- menced, in the vicinity of Boston, the bet-

. night ia-, his own house or in his friend's Music Teacher in the cities of the South Editorof Republican:' nocent. The guilty person "named ,in that ter. It will be economy m the end.. What.,

: ;: ; bouse.in his countingroom and store, in his and West has been engaged in a brief the interests This being and the honor case of, we all should-irties hope for DEAR SIR: I has been tine immemorial article is lIardv"-uo-but it is "JOHN ever opinion may be entertainedi-rejecting
I private residence in the city and in the coun. p -Spain, B. This far from tbe of the there eari be
_I course of instruction in that science in Jacksonville the United States: and the island-that negotiations a matter well established and acquiesced in, HARDEN. man so provisions Tatri; .no
That be with
try. we may not charged exagDeration with wife of Florida its enforcementThe
; eloping a p'anter's question to :
might be entered into between that certain months of the i iu
translate from the Bando de for some weeks It would be speedily during year
i .e: we past eloped' for having stolen buggy.''a likelymare uance of the Union dtpend.at this Loari
the two former, for the of
t. Buena Gobierno the provisions upon which superfluous to say, for the information of the latter, by the American purchase authorities. regular seasr -should prevail-than which a splendid double bairel shot gun, a upon maintenance, of'the lavrjanJ the .

; z; we base assertions : those who know Mr. P., his efforts have Spain should be glad to sell nothing is more erroneous:at least this negro boy and 5tron suspected of,and destruction;the city cf'Boston", "with 'it* '

.. ) : Art. 16-The Commissaries shall keep an been successful, but his instructions have which she cannot long hold-the possessions keepingof may be safely affirmed of .the operations of no doubt did"steal $500 in money, taking whole! population, would hardly be a greater
.1 exact statement or roll of the inhabitants of with him in his
ignominous flight his calamity to the world! than the seting'at
satisfactor which, while she does hold them, must nature in these It be different in paramour
been also He has parts.
the in which all the eminently may
. i Distict they will note } much (and her child by him,) a worthless naught the requirennnts: of the Fugitive
cbange lake place in their vicinage, taught a class,of both sexes, and their ac- cost nearly as had as they better are worth. Our your sunny South. Today we have all female whom he lived ,with as his wife.- i I Slave Law. Such i is our deliberate opinion,

with a statement o the cause out of wh chthey qu'rrnents in the theory reading: and practice -i government sum for,the perhaps island, than pay have a reasonable its- the characteristics of stern, gloomy winter.A This freebooter, this savage beast in human and those who l look at the matter attentively; .

-, proceed, -and they will give oily Mtice of Music has been remarkable. He character compromised, as will necessarily snowstorm is now bursting on us witha shape, John B. Harden, was living in Santa will not think the' remark too strong, under
41 to the Government of such a may Rosa county, Florida, on the stage road lead- the crcumsanccs' Let this law be maintained
be the some extent, by the fact that; that do/credit to December's
for 1 The Dulcimer case.to fury a
practice ,
adopts general
: ; In order to enable them to execute this \\oul
J : the made American ing to Marianna, at.a place known by the and there can he no' recession- nch ''asSouth
: duty every resident head of a family, besides a more recent and miscellaneous collection arrangements, for on of tcr'I''I day, blasting all the bright anticipations of name of Slate's old place, about 17 .miles Carolina proposes-:t is nonsense"to_
ritory revolutioning a province
I, presenting to tem Vie ps thc he is bound of Mufic, though chiefly of a sacred char friendly power." : those who a week since felt sure of gay enjoyments from Milton-: Here he carried on a little fear any such tbin;. If the Hotspur State

" to bring departure acter. Many of the tunes, some of which at.the commencement of the Floral teaffic in liquor, and in his absence his miss attempts to secede, she will become1 the
: will be held to inform tbetn (the commissaries This is the wisest course for.our Govern month. conducted his unholy' business for him,,a laughing stock of the worl LK Bat let Northern '
; ,. ) within twenty-four hours, of his having are new, are after the space of a few weeks ment to pursue to save its own repute and good.one to draw in darkies as well as the men contemn the Compromise-ami violate '

. r,. come 1 live in the DiFtrict together with a sung with great facility and sweetness by redeem Cuba. But the Georgian, under Since the adjournment of Congress Washington weary and idler. He left home and broughtup the laws, and the result will be another

.'. 1 slatemeo:of such a may then have, the very youngest a well a elder membersof party bias, adds that this it as usual, has been dull and uninteresting ;>at Geneva, Coffee county, Ala., and aff\ir. In such an event,tbe-History(the
\ and of suLk increase aId decrease as it may the class under Mr. P/s instruction. purpose "oull and save the Boston slave case, and while there, John R. Chapman, Esq. formerly United States may be ended 'ere''another.
-J ::1 t:: bear, through births, datbs or other cause, find an obstacle in the present Administration the Cuban affair, nothing of M Marianna, but now of Pensacola, President can be chosen. :

4 .! under penalty of four dolars. DEATH.-A man named Brown, its .northern influences, &c. Tbis \\ consequence parsed through Geneva on his way to Peu-
has arisen: to relieve its eiis-
: -': : The keepers of inn, hotpls and boardinghouses recently arrived here from Charleston, S. C., believe t be injustice to the Adminis- monotony o sacola, and while at Geneva exhibited in a A Remim$ u.-tt is nearly twenty years

, ., f' '; and'of other estblisbment where found dead a short distance north of the tration. We W0S MILLARD tence. -JThese., two important occurrences store, in which Harden and many others were since the writer was one ota convivial J party
1H. guests are e terine shal every night \\s Northern President FJi.MORE have been thoroughly discussed here, a present, a roll of money containing upwardsof assembled i in our ancient city, at_which:were
. communicate i a list t.of town, a There were evidencesthat as he is, would gladlypurchase !
. week well as elsewhere ; and in relation to the 500. Thenext'day leaving for Perisa- present! Gen. Brooke, of the Army; and
" ; euch persons a they may have received he died in a fit, and the coroner's jury Cuba rather than see the country cola, himself on horseback and his little Purser Hambleton, of the Navy-two as
first due credit has been awarded the
t. through the day, although such persons may assembled so decided. It- is said the de. involved in war. Surely the North, in tI.e. to efficient daughter and son in an openjmggyall; that'' worthy spirits as ever adorned any service

.::0 ,\ r$ not Iu te nigh in ffidr houses, together ceased leaves a family in Charleston. moral aspect of the question, would lose no- action of the Gener1 Government i in day this same man, if it, be" proper to call Jt I i and both of whom have just been called: to
; $( tt the names, appelatIons the execution of the him a man, was after he
ensuring prompt, Fugitive seen dogging Chapman. land of spirits. The evening wore away
i.r H! country, ftidenc condition, or. profession WASHINGTON COIUESl.O DENCE. thing by the'acquisition of Cuba; for one Slave law; yet notwithstanding all this, That night the house in which Chapman -the wine ,haJ circulated freely, for those

.t t !. penalty of ten dollars! if he We publish to-day the first letter from a of the direct.consequences of ,such an even the triumph of law the determined slept (the door being on the jar and no were not the days of teetotalisn-all hearts
Pi .ball fail to do the above or doing it, energyof
:; ; would be it
i shal the discontinuance of the African fastening to ) was entered by some one, were to 's'jJ1pathwben a
in which will be open generous
omit individual. On such Washington, the Administration that
: one secured its triumph
r i any ) unknown, and Chapman's taken.-
slave trade which sentiment from Mr. H.unbletuu
is now carried money was an
on to
l' lift I( 9\\ he may not have received any one, he hal followed by others from time to time. The between a promising I similar result in any future John B,.Harden was next day seen again in nounced. lIe drank to.Hhe heroes of Fort
the island
i= ; give the information.stating the fact. writer being a gentleman of capacity, and large, "extent and I the case, I humbly! opine that the end to Geneva. This and other suspicious circumstances -I Erie," and toll the following; story:' '"Gener
t f
'..", ,!: THE J\UTEI\ OF A PRIVATE DWELLING. judgment his views are entitled to exemption coast. this vexed question is not Never led to the arrest of Harden ; and at al Brown was beleagured! at Fort,Erie, by
i Bnt whether Geneva
Cuba he
be enfranchised held in irons and
attempts capricious edito; by purchase was custody, an overwhelming Britishforct'Tho were
I II PROCEEDING FROM TUB SAME TOWN OH any the General Govenizmcrit-with all its
alteration. :by spontaneous revolution; her er rg awaiting the arrival of testimony, until, one : nightly making approac! es towards our imperfect -
shall notice thereof the
: 4; ACT OF IT, give to '
: ria determination in
he made
or executing a gene night good his escape.Next he defenceEveVy morning disclosed
: ?.4: commissaries, with the foregoing statement! people-or bya rcvolution'beguii at their jn- a1a\v
: to the that was seen in Henry Ala, and at Abbeville embankments entrenchments'which
storm county
', FLORIDA give a quietus new or
hours CLAIMS.
: ;r :i' within the first twenty-four although INTEIES'l, stance by foreign aid, and seconded and finished the court house of said had
been of the dark'
tbe county, prepared under cover ,
l monster question. The Gov.
f : before tbe of that time sid gucf-t We stated our last that we were informed
expiration by themselves-we shall do our share Generl there he stole a likely young nare, from ness of the night preceding. :At length .it
\; !: ': may have gone away} under this penalty of a decision bad been made at Washington eminent is powerless in fhe John W.
.. fire of the rejoicings at the auspicious event. reerence Harper, a lawyer 'of that'II! ce, was clearly seen that the neit night's operations
I. C i ; dolars"Any one that shall travel without favorable!- to the.fnrf rest claims of this State We shall strive to be the first to hang the agitation, and it will continue in.spite oa it. and a buggy from Mr. Skipper, the Sheriffof of the enemy would, bring them'withrin

.'f,; ,r r pawport" or license, shall be detained from 1812. This" information we receiver banner of the lone star of Cuba What power,' then, 'can give, the r 'me!y,1' the' county, and a double barrel gun from striking distance of the fort,' whose .safety
r oa our
?; : o Ipiion' lt his resdenceand the object verbally from an inteligent.source, and outer wall." The answer is ready and 'oviousSttepower some one cite, and put out for Santa Rosa, therefore depended upon bringing the guns
Florida Pursuit made H.
r was ,F. Biz-
by ofthe. fort to bear the working parties;
have been ascertained. upon
State legislation exorcise the '
) shal taken in connection with the fact which can
we zelL of and
; .Ala1 getting his track '.
Here enumeration of the SOUTH on he but how was this to be done in tbe dark 1
.: ( \ : had in that C.\ROLINA CONVENTION, evil spirit of abolitionism and deprive i ieffectually it followed bim'i into'
formalities to obtain this seen an exchange, a decision The Santa Rosa county,.when One of tbe most gallant spirits of.the gallant
:it. 'I which necesscry is "the'proof of the identitv passport of would probably be made in the Department Convention Southern Rights Associations of its,power to,do mischief.Andupon it was ascertained: that he.had been to the band who :occupied the fort, volunteered to

-- among the person intending to travel, which shall be before Mr. Corwin's resumption of the duties of South Crolna'adjourne last this subject a gentleman bythe name }place where his miss and child. were, and had carry tothe very.lines of the enemy dark;
week, after adopting] ; an address and resolu-! taken them aud.left. About this time &Jr. lantern. .He it tree immediate
made out by a certificate of the Commissary which illness had compelIcJ him of Drake has written from" to his hung upon a
tbe tempo tions Cincnnat Forsylhof the firm of Forsyth & Simpson, ly,over,the where their work was
'_ of Di6r.ct a ccrtiCca.e the Royal Tntury reported by a committee of twentyone.A friend in place going
-- of the Court of Probates. rarily to relinquish, we supposed' our. verbal 'Boston three Jelers' embracing of this county, had a n ?r to be mis i ins. onleaving-onlyasznallaperture in the
ad : ) 'mghtbe later'aad briber minority,report signed by CIIESTSCT, FIND within the series more'- and H.::F. Bizzell came to' Milton and
No absence from the resJdnce to any oth:. intelligence cou and TORUEY comprehensive engaged lantern through waicn: the light could be
I.. er place wi be allowed without' license to firmatbry ofth'e former. Our informant, was preseut 'd. commoii-:ense,views i of lHequestibn th'al Mi. &... Smith go with; him in search seen from the fort. ,Directed. b'y this, a fire

--;..-' that .. It *ball be granted by the 'political however, since slates to us ha was,in error, In the debate on the majority report,' there any.thing that has ever been written or.said' of Harden They left Milton.together, and was opened on the enemy which drove'then
& governmentberc such exists; by ihe were against i OUR' and BAUN- in reference' at Spartathe.y'gtsuch'informaiioia y to be from'their labors and gave time for the com.
another to-it.
decision il-DuTE1 These
arising'from which 'bad
he should 'be
Uer satisfied they! were on the right track. of .
.They ing reinforcement wasraised.the
: military governors for to a The siege
qtere no superior authorijy ( ; by the hastily read. Still: we: are)gratified. to state_ and WELL CAUIOIN..Ujioii it ( ,. GAKTT widely circulated ;both ia the 'iioith' 'and next ,weuta to Fort, ,Claiborne, Alabama, enemy withdrew'the, fort was eaved

:- fommon Alcades in to.vns. where there are that an early decision may be expected ,61 u South" ; a eimnendycacuJated, ; [. J 'to..remove, .all and here they' obtained ce'ifaih information The author of this feat,'$, tajo Brooke."-
; 4 either'Governors nor' Governors : these claims.. To the reference of.lhe sub- the voting the_majority address'and the erroneous,opinions that have ,been conceived 'of Harden .accompanied by' his There are some auen. :who are alway

p -d ',lis'ly by tbe Dt'utt ? 'in" 'thos j jcct by Mr.'C win", to another'umpire, as resolutions were adopted by acclamation., '" 'upoar the subjectvof slavery. The miss an child,' 'and who had the, mare guided aright,'rather by"that jcood feeling
of the above mentioned buggythe;: double barrel l' : and the which the.French
; plaees4wbere ; This oil numbered junr call bonhonmte,, than .by
L authorities reside., I we first saw tateJwe; ; ad'.he'10low'jn members Cnn all <: some 450 writer has I. clearly l demonstrated. ''to ,the'! peo- negro boy; 'and here too he changed two the lights of ..ruperior" inteIITgeace.Brbokft..

"' Ar 20"No' captain bf vessel shall re- from the Republic of't'be frs( its declaration quarters of the State, and pfOf'1tl! North that ;the"InfluX', if free.rie $100 bills for'goodsrof the' precise money ,was We.of these.: ,In:return for.the cbinplff

: tr ceire passenger going from one point 'to I from an article vindicating Mr., Corwin from must be received as a fair expression gfoesVnd runaway ,slaves; i into'their.Stales which Chapman had 'lost. Here or 'a lit- Went just'paid him'be lose and offered as nii

. Another, ''lhout passpoitor: :',a'.license, vague imputations opposition''presses' o( of the prevailing sentiment. will be an evil of great magnitude if allowed home tle after this'; Bizzell' ft Smith and returned sentiment i, "The heroes of L ke"2ri ." He
wrhich hi shall take"and ,preserve, to be dcJureAcd "ThefoI1owing are"the resolutions: and} ;frow Susgsville, Ala., a Mr- then proceeded with force and energy to dcscribe
to the authorities.the place ,of his improper on ection ,with'these'claims! I ,: : to, continue! ,, and, recommends passage'bfalaw' Hamilton' accompanied Smith to the Chieka-- the battle"of Lik Erie, and particularly
destination. > !"There is one Florida :.for'an. inconniderableamoont 1.ResolvedThat'm the opniaa; ,cf. ihi l 'by'eyery free:.SIn, e:'exciading.persons l : : saw country, when they"ef' about forty that part of it jo :.which ill-fated.Brig

a Art. 30-r-Jio planter duct! f gr agtnt ,now, pending",before.thaDepartment meeting ,'the. ,.Stat of.South Carolina'cannotsubmit i i of color,free'or,o hpr\je from theirborders miles. in the'rear, of Harden Hamilton 're. Lawrence"Perrys.flig: hip). bbre'so1. eonspicuoos -;
of the lo the, \ roiuiil_aggr ; turned, but Smith continued ..
an31)JantatIouehalt 'the
#1 employ thereon ;llegedtorow out trea siioJ''hich and pursuit. an'elcH
thus the a Brooke"wasnoL
any South would ( pitt.
V .orlvh BhaUjwrdeliver to him the ( .; Theque.'iUoiV: involved, \this have h eii perpetrated by the v, have=a g r rty From'there; b I' the route, Smith obtained the quent man,. bat on; this 'occasion'he wasad

: ', J 5 u.lo be" procured from the case, and inothers, 'hlcbJookJ_ ,this ,(or erntnent and the Northern' ,States without t.hatno, further.mole8taiipncoiild! :.ii' t totheinstifutibri"or : assistance'ofa man by' the'narne of Davis much in earnest:so full" of the :'subjecV-r
,1.omanisssryor.Jastice of the place, from the establishment of, a precedent.isfwhether dishonor and ruin and that' nece&iaryfarelieve'herself i! ; slavery i'.anu* :.if perchance and! another.person: in the county of Ma that he forgot,,uimself and thought-GOllof(

p1 .' which! he came, to engage bit Juruit under,the law, and'practlcc. of nations' the without ,tberefo ,wheteltht, o-( owners':of slaves J ;"!gf the, oith(should alneverJje'aUoweJ'with fion'Miss." at the residence:' UanJe .'a doing..justice to his gallant companions ia:
38-The claimants the : q: i :pf inbef mofofcr, tbeyarrested Harden first '
reYata conpirdey are.entel tiertenriorfof "" "- Se'r" t.t anytrnae;! bdi8p9sedto.liberate! knocking arms. ;Oae-'coutd.)scarcely help imagining
State tbernihCy '
; ;
. :got t.up forte purpose of subvertingpublic e14p ; and., Jbe lowest" t. .rnea" should nlybe allowed bin.down! with a gun.-Here; they secured that he heard the din bf the.battle'and saw
ttV: order, mea'of.bis own color lure of'dmages.'J,8leged too ,tho Jega l :iti2; etld;-Tlia\cqnceiV6f. atIon' with ,to do sO"oit'condiuonpt ; him.as.slatedarid as the 'negro'Jx y' :'seemed the deadand dyin nport .decliolthe Law
: i cr.by;freemen, shall be -entitled.to, his .free.* t Corwjn be one otmore, ( our lster' late of the South, \r ransporiing :tbem7 'o Liberi, \ Enancip'oashou i anxious, to"return, Smith Jet him" come' iri ren e. 'OLallbe officers Perry aaJ.his
i .dom, ', t>a reward of$'OO.fi .- fore.be became a racroJ>erof !the Cabinet had< vrhefbeHfiJ-ough the proposed Southern Cortgrcss" 'r I Id : 'the un company.loose* Smith I i hid got 'nearoii the' Puffer'alone' 'remained ,up ble:7: f duty

.: t: given .opinion; as,counsel' ;,ori/this,' joes- ,brjn! .any other.manner,j 8''an;-objectwprth'many demanding, t lint;the emancipated should rep tabama! State horm Green county' ;Miss.,6r What did that ,JPurier, }\hy%,.wheiiPerry '
: P MAThe hejias'jflo\ ( sacrificesbut! the Sacrifice "' Perhaps inWashingibnVunty: >AlaVwhens: in'
> L"CUmoX Of, ,lerest.ti'er",9t.Wi rot main in- the r '. despair leftt,tlie,(Lawrence(,he ybluateered -
; '
;'Jj .- N. : 1'ot, Democratic ", ,positive ( ;; 'J involved" "jo'submission.* ,,'. : country < Davis stopped, believed'Where they, lid ta to take Command of her,:and" .actually;
* i Authorityjtbus classifies MrCbarie3, Sun- nure c in, ttt settlementThis ,.we"lQ': or v3.: <.. 0to4'ThattreVhol :'ofBecessioii .JPreo.a114; ;; :t itece't?Simmsj' tBostialtbougT. ; ken dinnerj :'abouttwo'miles'frcijn ild-Vphc whhhiswn hands''rhe' only reDaain,-

f'41t .Her' the Senator'elect'from Massochusetts ::, to :say,; W wflradd.,lhatrojadleelingsof ". 't ,-sntal,to : lQ'plitC; Mr.; Sumner ii a 'doclrinafie.JJe delicacy in:the prel51 and t and freedom ., b1ateS of this Confederacy havejcaose.to. .cjbngratuJate'ihe cut and he otherwise horribly gashed. disabled.N; :ed lieU Vbu. saidBrooke.
,' j; \to opposed t'cau remove.the most r mOe suspicion of any ; and that the' oLtliat right would the 'result, 'it, !F.nor; be overlooked cbuntrjr i the A'IuleofffromthC'd) and ',nbV,fa r from Svhq that1'IIiStThi: ?.'If'is mr frie 4 t
by body, near to a creek the
, j or swamp, buggy here;Mr. Hambleton! ,""Pensacola Gazttts,
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iHMdwHnto, iSJhrisdiefion ma, L 4just i S B1ON $. 1& owei to be,znderto9J.5 Lt anno .be other- &sslethcntbtkeS
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The civil jurisdiction! consists nottbiit bauti. f- j a jr \f t -' it aboYIis In .
'inLUtaTy. .that tKe world h** Ter witnessed;
$ vjthtcc; un-t goYe1fljttntift1yIfldePefleflt ful Fpectacenawill! it bl-tjnetf ;tb
apmvrnce of each other; theu.: of all bonest aild'good raetfas to tbd jda thatMaryTamertbe the-deroridant inthe above ; evtaj Q
military cjef of the whole' isuindieHitle OUCl1aractroifli& rerbluUciary rflovement, -entitled canse, resides out of the"SLJIte" of Florida. Bea Icare fo'ieBdor tLeiVsett a I &e1r WeSd Kbgkttd aad tbo. 'JfcJted Stater.it'w9utdbeqnitetze1efotme The (oflowir.geudiu vb -,

prme with il of captain geier1''>nS'l tchichnot content with ,1-oting.with ;abolitionism. and beyond jurisdiction of tkls Court,,Therefore in r eoriaouth Carolina,TeatteaKe JToridv ri of'the to 'eko1 ia Arilhmetie, &lcmeuie of ATgebr*. Latfaj 4'I11
m< # work which -*nterpri e
cf Lilt. Ofl province: quly, abusin? 'what,abolitionism abuses, on motionofOeens11.rt, cgu Solicitor for and Alabama. wUhthe aasaruiMusilwt&Ubuaijjejji, about to great tie your Froaj the Greek' OranmtafV JaceV* -e? IeIton'i'Gteeb
to Ameriean
ciT1 rnnr Complainant OrrfwdTh.t! vcntnut4 KJ them will reeelT ihcirdot tci uttca- give pablici Header,and tbe first twa.tnsbsisJagob'i Ikooka
whdeth and said Itis wud. dcfendant ( -
for ,
Havant .striving
'&Ie Sii Crit'Lobal ge la aboJitionistu6lrives; thur.M.M.: Dz Z. isolated jKwitiun which the civil law,hat been j'crmltted -
and'answer to the bill 'of.fomplaiutof or
bas a separate iiqshows iu true character appear < to In ;few of tbe standard ThoriLa.4&aRassIsrt
*herLSaflt ile Cuba, In, circulating said complainant'' WithIn Jonr months, or :'t EUCWt1&K.Catamnihreb. occupy Epglaud lost or Cnar, S
; IohiticatsrcsT4 abolition documents!" 11. ot Iurka works cofieitung bar bee* ;.translated:,into ** *
inrc1y the
WhO, n nfl4s saaiowill be taken Hi'"confessed against her, o Ga. wbat IhII1IO deemed e4ndT leBt.15'ii
gJYerDor$ i&flOt, ill *113' way UteCt to the cap. AH! this is in perfect krepinj vriib the pub Jt M/iJSther Ordered, Thai a copy of tliU order, 4 : ,.ein the English original, acdtbu English waiitbaitot treatise boa that Eoppliad utyect by Iba ESPEXSE&T -* "***
BeSIJeIS i- i&and s dveJ lication of the proceedings of the "'nigger duly eertieby( the Cle no doclt that 1J* Louisiana,in'i'etci ,,in Etu.Utheidi teaiT'zie.*
IO genera* ?in BDra4 neWjmpof printed fritLin the Las-: [ :
into three military divisions, whose cMe1. coim-iitlon1( alCazenovia, V 1rethei. tern Circuit of Florida once a ireek mmseeutiveljT' AD7'dRNRy Cafifomia itKinathe-Btw'TCTritorftt of&be Vn mattfivdoUrtif'-a Swphomoi*, tea 4CT4 t*

take Ibeir order from the captain general. cenJiaries in ourmidell ;AVe thfnt the for the said space of foar months. I S 4 :1 -Z54 Z.A,5 .' -trk'- "f; Led States, as well a*la Lower Canada, there will if as Janior, Mesa- dollars; and, "tf u:
Cuba Puerto designs of this Southern --- -- -- THODOUGLASJaSge/; i.1:, ciJltference : ; be a.reasty4naodr your .publication.- The S
TritnJad Rights -
< e partrvill -S profession tlxougbont the Union will readily lend itt
jSnctpe; and CJenfoegos, the are Ulsooficere soon be understood by the people! 'ofesouth. T'vttnes.i. wiAjfrtiii* hnitot myL. ; S Jheir favor i*tne undertaking; tad -I trust theF $21 00 $31 UO&4

with the title. of sovernor, named bythetajtoin .-MditcMcertisir. .; .; "** s. hand- and affix the seal-of aid Court. XIon..Vjj,4 aTnA orgi ycmrentcrprfsift honse wiU-find -its intereftvin Koomrenf 400 409

how office is of a ja- Jjnw2C."V. GAEXIE, Clerk', &j.' ? S March 1851., tf publishing timeto time;iu the English langnage Incidental xpto&, 1 UU j 00
swrnK of May 15.1331. 4in >v sOcb.other.rtahUard works as will lormtheUa of Library, T2- 75Tait 5
fie niiur emending dispnted points PATMEBfT rr.OIUD.V VOLTJJTTEERS of civil law -' U
; a library JaaltorVWir t ft -iZ
drit, criminal, and military.- *,roil'1849. ; !. Old Metal 3vaiiP : -E\vsp1t1MGooDs) : S I remain-, gentlemen*, very reopectfully.your Fuel for Oratory and Rttitatlon -* -

Subordinate to thee are eight licute.ianc.es. We observe from the notices of |REPARATOilYto commeaeins' oj ration r1I1E >e {rCd' and offers *-bedi BfcservauV S ,GLOiUii EU&T1S.JlessrSildirtB ..S couin. J &).- I
sd Quarter ) Q_ for sale a fine- and eitensivo s.FEOMTALFRET Fuel tbe stnliJU at eoit A
general I Ini* aupeUate jur< ..ia my .Machine Mannfactory,1 %vislt to purchase assortment" M aforded to zu
The captain In the citics and Ala ler General R. A Shine, that the funds in large or-email quantities,eld Ironite, 1tead7.MaddClohg: of.tie late styla, t-aonsititg.v1 equal!,to the probable cost t* :ad'rsnerZ4 tveh
tion In military matters. bodies called for the of the or Craas, for which 'good nrieea will he given. -,:: S -- S.- > IIEXNEX, Ciq ; O'F THElJN'EAV student; if more -consumed it U charged ttf aiukifloM
towns there are as municipal payment companies -of Florida AxMlcEtouxEc .5 *Coats, n MPsut3.4o.; S ORLEANS BAK. the balance isrefunded.. -
aavntamientot pcrpctuov or, perpetual Volunteers who served in 1849 have been iac'keoirt-ille,-E FM -May 12, 1SC1. 15-tf V9t.4Io.:?Shirts, Fancy SIod.r Sept 6, 1300 Board U furnished with the families of the Frt*
and in the rural distnctsjuaw ftdaor S. Uaen; &c ; Paulina Hats, -. Meesra., L.tirTLE a. Bitow fester at two dollars per week. '-*
nnion ; 'xho are named by received, and that the men will soon be paid For Sale. S Leghorn hIatz, fhoci, a fine aorti > Geatlstuen- -Lam much'i leaded"to learn that Washing the usual rates, -' -! "- 1

) or petty judges, both off General Shine gives notiCe that he will etjt. Also a variety iliulin *," you S are cngag3 in publsbinga'rerised'edition 'Alldoc are payablo in advance. 1wTlj4
.the local governors. These exerc se A Sugar Mill with all the irons uwemry, -fvr I'lnghauuSSUnnij, Changeah'e' Linen of Strahan t trsn' ationDf DO.WATOS CIVIL LAUNo M roin filed on application, to all student 4esig*
Jjudictal and mini erial functions. The ;eat Alligator on the 16th inst: to pay off _t.Th.> the application of horse power. The rollers Lustre, silk Liaca *nd Cambric lldks., Bon work in the English language, on the same ed for the Jt/inistry. ,

presides at the meetings of .plains E1s!: and Knights are of-iron, IS.inchesin diameter, 30 inches in1enith. nets, <;'lovea> and"Mitts,. P nu K Umbrellas subject, ii to be compared with It. for the fullness Th tuItlonTfeC forlfojera Languages
captain of twelve compan'es ; atNewansviile Alad two Boiler* measuring 150 and 200 Fans,*ro. Alitf 4 fine-assortment of Groceiries. and corrcclneis of the diKtiitie coisreyed throughout eight dollars per session,to be pakl to the Instre4*

the Havana Union, cons.FtinS cf cni the 19th itfst., to pay off gallons respectively. Delivery at Jacksonville, or coasutujgin2 ew York'City* *-TI "* it. tot 3n advance. 5 jj
membrr?. The chief secular tribunals Palatka. S + L'en siJesSlzoulder.e ulronrarkt 5 From the time of iUpoLUcttioa S to the
Dells up pre Far ttudentt tsho do suit duivst&prgeggj
JIavana are, first, that of the captan gene- Capt. comjiai ; and at Jacksonville For lditional particul apply t S. W BA- Hoof; SiUolopra 5aImoabnote4" BeeT' sent, it Las received the ppro!>H5 i el th!. most Wiiolt CourteTti/ttvtdfur-itdeytta MtrtUmi-

oLTvbo has in military matter an auditor on the 22d ins. to fay Capt. LedVith's com- SEE,-Attorney at l avr,Jacksonville, Ea>t -flu -' ansages, Cod Fi-h, learned mea and lawyers in every-e'entei; aad tt4rxeif iMSa itfurnithttf, aJiu4rdtt tkttphere
U tf c-S Makerelg "
t* f S Herrings, F1UirunaadrzedAp'q3 :& U'he thc "Cedfe Napoleon
f.w tudiactril dilutes general assesaorfc rally. May 15, 1351. S ;-. -ft very deservedly compiler > and count tf Itje */titrk rWirM*<.a**
S drew front iLIurthcirwerk.
tbe duties of theiTif copiously < to far ot uttfi rente,TtdtuuaVy ftictated
: who likewise exerciSe All having claims the 5- S -- 1ahinLOflf'U- Xapolcon himself studied it most carefully In early The
persons against studieroMtkb
magistracy. The tribunal of the crdiaary Notice. : ar, Sug3.-od&Bo$.. S :*- life, which ioay account for the singular ,aept Cbnrse-arearrangedttnder" OajfuKowinx '
alcades has ateo! cognizance in the first State on account of Supplies furnished those 55 S ion,, aad Luiaou Bi'euit'i, nesnnd wLftlonn of his observation and tlwn jiu departmentotawit "TJt .5
The SIX; MONTHS ,fter -]ate I rfiaH present my Sedliti Povden,TebUj Salt,fcs., during the discussions oa the-adoption of hid eo instance of civ.J: and neilitary disputes. : companies, are also notified to attend. account*-and vouchers to the Hon.-Judge of Also, nn ajaortcjent of Cutlery "Car- should,nad 1 hope will be,-.found ia 'the' beginning wik Aritluaet and Algebra,the ate* '

onion has also a certain judicial!jurisdiction. ; Probate, of Columbia (oanty for a final settle txmtcr's Tools, Baskets,.Tub*, ,Btoeuis, library cf every America*! lawyer. dent will be c3rrv.J, tcriatim, throngh aQ the
besides commercial lribunaIr ment as the Adminlstrat-ur of the Lstate of NoelRaaliun tie. &c.- h'gher branches of JUatbematies, 't
There is, a SETMOI-R Democrat has been elected Your obedient servant, ending in
eitendso.Jy. lo eicantfle ,deceased AH of wbleh! he gers for sale nt' the lo-ret S. ALFRED IIEXNENKEPOETS their application to Datura! I'hilejopy, ,Artiono-ij
who jurisdiction
e all Governor of Connecticut by the Legislature WILLIAM RAULTSON, market pi-ices. MOKRIS! KBtL. my, &c..
affairs. The judges of the are Airninistratur..Mligntor S Corner cf Ocean &Buy tti. or CASES argued and det rcuirj ia 2.J. Ax ENGLISH CErAETnt
l 5d by fees instead of salaries The judg of that Stats. Apr. 23,_Kl. (way S.) Jacksonville, March 27,185,, tf the Circuit Court of the United States fur the- instractiod in Orthography,"Reading. EIentioo,

e8' fet5 depend on their rank, and the number S first ctecnit from 1312 to 1S51, as follows tGAUISOX'S GrammarWritixiGeograpb7,. Jlntory, OMI. '

and length of their sittings they are. O B I'1 TJ A U'\ PrOSPECTUS THE A GJiKD.IIOTTI.- REPORTS. Reports.of CM argued position Uheteric Logie.lnteLcftual UuJo ot>liy.loial .

feilcntarjJudicial 3IAIUO: STAR." a-id determine ia the Circuit Ceart of Lbs Philosophy, Political Grammar. Story on ,
therefore, rcmaikably Thin, atMarys, Georgia on the 8th nit., 1.tTTE United Stoics,fur the first Circuit, from 1312 -to the Constitution, Phloaopby, Ornithology, 'aIn- '
proceedings as on the continent of Europe, .Irs. OiAmsii CtAKKx.wilc of Win. II CSaike A NEWS1'APEIt bearing the above title will 1313. 'ceondet1ition, with additional Notes lad rat Theology, Elements of Criticism, sad Evideacts .
Mn. EDITOK As the time is fast
Lq of the above be issued OCALJ 24ariyu I : approaching .
art wholly conducted in writing; viva voce paa at; >, couuty, East when the SnraliiU who References. 2 Tola. iJvo. Boston, 1335. of Christianity *
-alike un -- Horida, in a few dav numerous are now*enjoy- I should omit 3d_ A il RCAXTU.5 .DEPJSniKxr which Swill
trial being doingjuzt.ice to mv own feelings,
pleading and by jury lag the benefit of a tropical climate, will be departing :
So far
as Wh'ggerr an4 Demoeracy, ara concerned.tbe be
imparted aa with
well to the of if 1 acquaintance all'tbai Unecesmxry
as truth not
as cause were to
is paid according to SHIP for their Northern hotne penait me to
known. lawyer NEWS.
will He neutral but the
paper scenton introduce select the decisions in GallLon's.and Mason's Reports to qualify youth for the immediate--
the number of pages be nte<; lg plca'3are SorTHtR.x QCE-' TTOV.TEBM to their notice'"PATTEXT3 HOTEL as sr-ccirncas-cf pre-eminent merit. They ties of the counting house; including, *

therefore, by no means uncwnaiou. PORT OF JACKSONVILLEENTERED <, Two Dollars if paid in ndvanec, if nit, Warren, streets located on Net the cr>*ner which Greenwich has and may fairly be placed upon a level with the best L.JPenmaii .Mj> Uy aa 5 ori aaf ad popular!
Vpifc; acquired
Tbrec. AdTtTtise acjts iusertej at the ratul of the fur system of this art, which invariably produces
cannot muvea a
The suitor in a Cuban court a: mxt enrUblc reputation. V/iLLUii i'AfTEX, production English Admiralty, deck
rates. and accurate learning, well for the bold! finished hand,peculiarly adapted the **
as as highest par-
without a fee to a judge-iawycr, Eq., the proprietor, is a young man who I
step paying MiortesniBtunfeaftK:: from either party will poites8C3 poses of the accountant and buchaeu moft. -
Iay -Brig Elias Dudley, Hopkin? N. of thegeuUoci&n of the ability ai-d wiadoia iu decisioa. -3 Kent, 2>; (2J
every tenuuite -one
clerk, interpreter or crier. ic inserted, if couched fa courteous language. 327. 2. ArWioirtic-Comprisin.numerous abbfr,ia*
has hem paid to eJucatr fork. Under the Agricultural Head, tie! fara.T will few who finis the way to the heart and a3ecti.. r.3 ted methods of eomputins Interest.
Some attention 5Iso\ U'iHiaraP. Uueoaflh .
: ( II CASEN ia
of all v hu visit liLj lluuss. Board 1GO ..
H the Government, but tbcoe under whose 2.- Feb. II. M. Jenkins, Dabbage, End valuable matter; and any information tending will certainly (lo the jno=t aj.seabJo per to Charleston S. C. to advance- the Agricultural interest of La. t founded *
First Circuit,frura 1316 to 1BSO. avols. Svo. percentage; together'witl *
irrect-on it has been p'ac.-d have nt.t accomplished custoracra. IlLi table fixtures are of tho most 3 Florida la solicited from the farmer. '*. 'kt4e all such operations u are reqtisUe fyi a thoTTUrk it
there 99,359 -Knglith brig Independence. Clements c'ia racier. 1Iishn.eisteaatfulIv situated, Repuru eoiaprue the Dcccsiong.ef Mr.
much. JH 1810 wete
I). CKIM.MCOI, KaitorJ. Ju jtioo kr.owied of ihs basttwss*eoaaUnr-cMw.
N. Y.: with its zpaiuua'psrltr5( Its lor : tfimng-reouH, Story on the first Circuit of the United
free chillren in the isl.inJ. between the ages : A. ANDIIEWS, Pub. & Piop its airy, dorisitorie and its ample haiU and SUtes, and foKowin or'er after 3Ir. GallJsoa'i 35 Bekkeq'ing-Siugle and T uHelirtry.-T) '-'.
or five and ten, of x\Lon: only oae-Jent'i' 3-Sib, Charles I,. liaise, Overton, Ocala, May 6, 1331. [.Vv-ws pUsa* copy.] ,echoitg to the Eteps of busy waiw, pr.nagcs and llfporur The Deciaious relate to a. grjat variety the most approved methods. A complete eovrt*'' '
\. Voik. of sul.jftU-Constitutional,Adoair Personal of in struct iua iu this branch will be fonuhcd U t*
were sent to rehool. guests coming and d.pafiinjj.'will be.-pcak for the lJy, *
There is no 5tirh! thing as liberty of the 6-Sch. John G. Fa ton, Hal!, N. Y. JVoticc. a&tibleand gecerotu proprietor, a h- aied word and Reid Law, aad Chancery, aal we cLaraitc.-- signed to lit .the student to take charge an/jet

4 i 7-Sch. Florida, Jaquctt, Sav., Ga. PEtONSIrdeltcd tft H.r-late 2m of u.daroukof Gold. tied by tbs rrofouiul learning, acateacss, and of account b H>ks. -
ipre>s in Cuba. Everything subjected to Sch. Convent. ALL & aTEPUEXS rtflacs- A TOUHIST. roagbccsa of research, which are susSi eiaiaesi 4th. A t AGRicrLTTiLii DI1AT5ZaT-COU..
7- Bro\vnCharleston. arc hereby
the strictest censorsiip.! In the year 1837 ted to settle their accounts by the .lst of May J.lsonvrne, tareh 27, 13S1. traits of their author. They will bear a favorable prisirg a selection: from the English and JIath
7-Sch. Hornet Dyer, lioston.I maticol! COUHCS; and, also. Surveying,.
conspariooa, ifTpoiat of learai and Botaay
there were eight newspapers pubih in 1351. else they Trill he place J into the hanja cf inAttorney g practical (
-Brig John Gutenbure, S.mpso.n. utility vttl the best Tt>l jci3 of the Epglisii! Kcportj. MinernhGc.logyChemistry, and AgrkuUn
Cuba, of which four weie daily. During \Vest Fla.! for eolloctiou. 1Vataiz County Tax Ctlltdcr's S te.BV ." ral Chim fv; the List two illustrated expert
Ky !MOailH KIEL. *
it when the : *
cr'ws mmtallecturta. '
the constitutional : spain j virtue of authority iu ue by law \\estu, I 1tzNzns 2croaTi. Sumner (CLarles.) 'Ile1 -
Jacksonville 1 1331. tf
May, ,
censorship was, for a tune, rupenleJ!, a CLEARED. will expose for sale, ia f.-ost of the CoarthotL >ort3 of cases argued oa'1 determiaed in the Circuit 5h.; A CIVIL ExaniBi Dee1zrunIjwhich

number of papers with the most Miigular May 1-Brig Mary Ann, ,Means, Essev. MiLiTARY BOUNTY L&NP." >c tloor, ia Na ?aa eonnty. on the first Moa- Court of the United .SUites for the First Circuit are taught Arithmetic, {mental and writ

: ( which are some inJex to the upin- 3-Sch. Mary Eliza llotchkiss N. dey in Juno,.1351, 220 ftrcs of lai.d owu d l nameS rrigonftrurreying, (with the if bided
There contain the decisions of- Mr.h'tory .
Pre-emption Jtiglits.EIJI bi.iri of Francis 1'. bonchez jafcli thereof
or 40
''ions and wshcs of the people, were bUiied "oik. as will pay $5; .!{> taxes daa thcre'Va f.oia 1345, Jtee: and forui a continuation to the-jteries meats in the field,) Pracfcai EngineeruijT. Ar U' -

at Havana: such a*, TheCoiistilutioulTa'or. !- C-Sch. Blooming Youth, Collins. L.i\B OFF1C and nil Jistejtary expenses atteudi'ig said Sal?. of G&HtiQa! aad.Ia*>n. The deciswas in tie teetnre, Perspective, drangtting/ and epogra.:.

The Roars of an Aircan Lou, Brilliant New York. Mack 31, 11. 5 Uoaajaiiea! described 02 lay of iile, present vehitnea relate particularly to questions of phy. .
Strokes f The Mos'juilo Tue 7-Sch. Tenerff- Po'and Pot tiarid. BKADDOCIC. Jiiiui;v, and A Inuruily, aud ntv of great practicalSrarT's ttb. A TEACEEss Ep-tEtaSfr Tbovf eO
t> Tyranny, IN ORDER THAT the liberal views of Con etr.dy wiI: consist of a judicious selection of

Fly, the \Vap, the kitf &c. 7-English brig Patriot, Perry, Navy gress, in passing the Act of 2ith September, net 24-tda- Rierifi aad ex. off.Tax Collector. vaLue. EEJOBTS. Story (.Villain W.) Reports subjects from the other department, including

Authorities diflTer as to the pojnlatlon; of Bay. 1s5J, granting Bounty Land to certain outers of cas s a-guedand determined iu the Circuit all th* branches pursued in our common gebool' '

Cuba. According tbe census of 1827, w !iicl. 7-Brig Eliza, Emery. Navy Bay. and service/oldiers of who the have,United been States cngagud in be the carried Military Dissolution.nnllCFlim Court of the United state far the First Cir- Practical Lectures willaUo be given oa'*School
mny beth science and art.
Teaching, a; a as aa -
j4 i we believe, the last that Las been taken 8 -Brig Gen. Taylor, Shute, &sex. out, aud every expenne to "U'ammtccs baaoidcd ofKiE .t STEK: S u this day cuit.Thee y vols. Sro.form coctiaaatloa to the Pupils will not only tl a reocire dn TC t IML..

the population was 730.5C2. Of this number 8-Sch. llaria Fleming. Cordon, N. aa far as po-"oilile iu btaiuing the beacfiU jl. disulved by matiul con nt. AM persons of G-I'uon Tplamcs, Mason,a and Sumner. Th. eontain serins struetioas relative t. the best *c4 n u& pejMlaf*

the whites amounted 311-051. the free 'oik. granted by the gratitude of their country for indebted a iU laake jvmett to M. Knu.. the last opinion ever pronounced by Mr.y Justice methods cf teaming,lot they will als* have *p>

negroes to 57,511, a: J the free pcop'e! of 10-Sch. II M. Jenkins, Babbage, 1iitbful and patriotic services ; aad at the same S \t1.KEIL.VAITEL.. Story, who died while the loot oplaiun ia the portnniuea of exemplifying them, by ucariag r* 5
time to secure ta the hardy and euterprifing ttlcHOu : STCI'IIFiNS.Jaksnnflie third rolama undelivered.Vuo ." citation in the lower department .of tho Ittrtittftion.
color aoL segoes to 4.9S9. The number Portland. the Public Landj, the fruits of their industry Fla., March13th, 1551. ( }) was yet .
of shives 2SG.942 of whom 183.290 12 Eliza N. and of the Interior The badness will hei-aafter ba \ Br.-Er (Ci.as. L,) aa-1 MiNor ((leorge.). "
was -Brig Dudley, Hopkins, privations; the Secretary c- coudjctedby Reports cf cooes argntd and determined in the 7th. A DEPASTXETT? OF MODZIM LAXorAOxa -
.z mere males, and 103652 fe.nulcs.! Since fork. Las directed t the subdc.il at the Store formerly occar/itd Circuit Court of the United ttates for the First -In which atodeaU who wish to take a ihoitMgli -
That publics notice bo given to &H settlers on by Kid & t-tt-phea .: i. KIEL.NOTICE. course can have aa opportunity of doing *o whil* .
1827 the population has greatly increased, 14-Sch. F. J. Cummings, Veaz'e, Circuit. Vote. I. tn& II. ;
Public LanoJ subject to private to come be .. -
entry :
whose to *
"These volumes contain-. ri.se.aLi.ma of II a. others object may aequir ,
AS 1. shown by the amount of imports gir.ce New York. forward and Co! thi-ir lJti-laritory ttatemt'iitii, i Levi \Voodliury, appointed to succeed Mr. Story knowledge to translate with Saolijy, apd to pro '

. lbenand the constantly incrcas.ug production within thirty days afli r making their Ketiltm>' ts as As.-iiitar.t J a tice for the Tint distrist." noauce with tolerable correctneta. ia' as abort:tf 7

of the i&land. The population at present Pnengcrs per Savr.miali Stc&sucr and improvements &3 rtiiairediiy the 1're-eupUuu rviI1lCOI'. IlTN ETtSIIIP beret.lre cxi4ting \" .l. III. in time as possible, are also provided for.- ,

amounts probably! about 1,000,000. By the Magnolia, May 9th-G Mooney, II 11 Act of 4th Scp:eniVri 1341, ->o as to ei ure their it between SKIFF & UYAN u this day dii- IlowPii'< SrpRE'.rn press.? COCET REPORTS.-How- Systematic instruction will be given in Eloea
their right-, and prevent interfvrcncc solved hy mutual e neut. Their Lovk as-1 ac- ton by lectures and otherwise;and freqnent exercises
u.ufurd, and S deck, Jacksonville. Mrs Jenkins pre-t'niption ard (Berjamia C.) Reports of cases a'g"pdaud ,
The traJe of Cuba excellent. Iu situation ,
i if ML44 Gould, J J Jackson, Ladjr and cliiid by the lovutiou of these warrants.AcJ cojut have been turned ever to IJyatifc I H2 km
the fcrt.liy of its soil.aad the short II Jatk5oa, Dr Formar, Lady and 2 child-en! ,, that nil warrants maj Us located upon the who are alone authorized to collect the nfeonnts Stated. Vols.. 5. o, 7. t 8. $3 50 each vol.Thcafl be required of all tae students connected with tholastitutiou. ':

distance-not more than thirty miles-fiom Mrs rfjnith and daughter, Miu Kinggold,J Wo-! land plied for, if Mil jet to private entry OJ the duo w. (J. F. FKIFF. rerrvU follow Peter's,and with those He- .
any point in the iierior to the seas-Lore, all ard and Laly. lloj J F Rodman, M A Cohen, :Cd Ma.eh, 1551:; without an affidavit as ta whether C. E ilYA.V.TllJI port, and iXlLia, Cranch, and Wheaton's, comprise
Mr MewrJ said Inuj H improved or not ; un.1 after having. all the hcesi-ns of the Court known XerrltBy Acc4ey.
tend Bryaa. Bolklcy, Fraley, Marion, i ie.ies highest
to give it rat etl3tnercal!
?prosperity: rsakb, Stoat, iUrner. Morgan, Ellh been go located, wnd Tarrants &bail reiusin iu the uc ncss Lcr iofore cordrcte-I Ir flv.'c to our Law.SroBTON. a late re-organization of this depart meat tX.
and, if the many injurious te iram'-s ncnv Latie, Adaius, Fowler, CohvclL, ilcArtz. King,, saadd of the Land Oncers at Ic.tit forty da}a. lint &. SKTF wilt eoutinnod by Uvan & Hickcian, THE Cosnrrimox, torn?-IMP% fie Delaware College, tho Board of Trustee hate I

put njiouit? tiaie ueie rezuved, i it would J J5 LaTriaoager, and 2 scrvls-interior.By he end of that time there ii no iuterfeience by thy uaving hiuieJ a parJner bip for that -purpose. CcMXUutitMial Uutury nf the United-States, taken measnraa to place it upon a new'and In
hose locations with pre-emption claim or other O. K1. RYAN. foundation, and to endow it with advantag3
won became one tf the rwhcit fKts) on the Oaston, .May i>-Mrs Hurlbert, MU* new additiou ia t.ce vols. Sro. proved -
tarth. lurlUert, MLi liampbrejrj. Muss Forward, Mrs wise, the warrants will bo returned to this the .1. V. 1L1CK\LAN. mar 10-ly posseted by few similar institutions in--tho:-'

C Caldwell, Mrs Burritt. Mrs 31 Caldwell, MiII fur jiatoisting ; bat if there is inth interference, a Fcb, 13,1321. (f27) 3tFTIILISIIID coantry. The Academy, heretofore rnerzed i*
The island is very heavily taxed by the CaldweU, T C Brown, B F fleId, I) 1) Peake new !location will be made. the College, and of comes subject to afl **.
mother The of the Warrantees can locate their warrant on their DELAV&ItE COLLEGE.TjY.IE CTilj which hare been found to atteud the ami
county. greater jioit.oa (;ues Sharp. t' V CaldweIl, T C) I1onie! J (xvviie iooi:3:: AND lar rJJT
revenues from cu'to'ns is derived from duties J i: CalLweU, Joeh Caldwcil, WAFw own pre-emptioa rights where the land was pro- cn.vtu.rs c. LIITL.C & JAXCSUUOU'X Faculty of Instruction of this Institution, gsnialioa of the two departments ia tte'mM
claimed and offered st public sale prior to Sd B. building and under the game govenuaent xnr' -
There Is dliT-rence ar4-n'rtiw.'rd. IiU '1'O.T. under its present organization,. coasLtj of
on import-j. agteat By t'je StMattbtwi! May 5th-P G iloorcfX1f March, Io51 ; and wfeu the misimmu price of the the following named Professorships, to wit: enjoys the privilege of a separate NUhtUhiMent.
made between goods from Spam and those LI f Moors, F S llsrnandc J Bayar, C Dud y7 land u more than o.e dollar and twenty-five cents UNITEfl STATUS TiTtTrs! AT ucae.VOL. A jrofeijorjhip of mental and moral sonce.A without losing those which result fr m relation'

from other coutre': The duty on flour, W J llar hoa, J J HuinpSreyi J 11 Goo vie, Kev tr acre, can pay in caA, the difference between be publXoe.t oa the first of April professorship of the greek and latin langaaA to the College properT -
especially: oa that from the Unite J! Sats: is Mr Anbritt F B G-tge, Mr Hernandez-north- the cost of the laikl, and the amount lorercd by next, ''The Statutes at Large and Treaties" ofthe S A large and elegant edifice, with all the nee**' -

If from and in ward 11 U IHanshard-Ja-.kisouville.! the warcant, estimating the warrant at 5 1,25 per United State ot America, Volume IX, coia- A professorship of mathematics and imatural snyfiaturesofacumpleteboanestabhisbmen&-
ery heavy. Spain Spaiihtessels : ; tt Matthew. acre. .Noprc-cmjiHou rights attached to the alternate priding all tho legislation of the Congress, of the philosophy. has been erected and furnished, in which the *-
the 11 Mrs
the duty is t.vo dollars kit rel By May Ridsley, Unitedtat&s from liiS to 1S31 ioclu'.it f royal bvo the board 'J
per ; L C'oxtttcr, JamcB A Bagct F II Lvrinston C eUiona retrved to the Lnitcd States A profesioriihip of rhetoric and belles-letf dents of Academy opder immediate
but if the tame be in foreign. vessels the !uh L Ridgley. A Mozo-iuterior.By ,. alon; the ront<" of llailroods or Canals. about 11>J pages. Price $.JaO, ia superior A professorahjp of chemistry and natural his charge ofthe Principal and his Assistant;' and

1 i six dollars per barrel.. If the flour bef'neign the ?t M-itthewi, Mar 12-MM S Monl- Where application is made to this OSceby the law biuding- S tory, all its exercises are conducted oa a syrteia of it*
warrantee to locate the warrant, the applicant This volume is a eonUaaatio of the Statutes own,tzninternpted by the Interests or- operaUog
A of civil
but unticr the rsntorta% flahe t/ Mrs Uartham, DrV \V GcJgsr, T U Pool professorship engineering,
dffly A M fc'ayrc-liorthcard.A should dciigpate the Land District, section of at Large in 9 vole publishei% by auth iityr of A professorship of modern languages and drawing of the other department. The furniture of tb*
is &ght dollars and a half per barr&; but if country, or particular tract on which be wisiMhe Congress in 13456.A study-rootas and"donai tones ha bee* 'e.e.ee

be foreign anJ! under a. foreign fltj; the location made ; and where the tract 5* poci- Complete #.i.opticd fiuffx ta the United Ths Collegtate! year Ls divided into two sessions with peculiar reference to eeaafurt and enr.oiene*),

duty in nine dollars and a half per ban el.Tfce .- & at the Jacksonville lictil.Cou fled, it would be well to designate several others Ktatu &t
United Slate* fl.iur f.ovvever far [ 8. BnrFi\3TOS, Proprietor. hi the ordJr in which they ore desired, that incase Slit CongreSS, prepared under an order of the session commences on tho fourth Wednesday of tiding the apparatus necessary to render the
so 6iL Mr Burr N T the tract first srlcctc shall have bica taken, Senate, and to be mtbl'shed! agreeably to a resolve October;and the second oa the fourth Wednesday means of instruction complctej giving to Newark;

nperior lo the Sjianikli, that, independently latka May Sac,IIItt8t4fl,,S C ;Joliu Capt B Blanchard JohnS Pa- the warrant eaub? l<;;atei u 3 tbgni ofth.-! o lma oa by::;'. S'9 r/f April.,, Each is 'followed by a vacation of Academy facDilics for private study and eomftutI _.

of the difference in price canred l.y the dicrinunating *- trammls; Fla. May 7,;T K Buckman hpcncer., Judge others which may be vacant without further deay. Taw Index wilt refer, aacbr captoa titles, lo. &ft trccla, !? e aJaUon3 of student*, folly equal k

duties lad: it, always commands Broavon, Fla. May 8, N G McDonald. MajT In these cases the affidavit of the applicant, each law, and every Joint.and Senate and house COlfllSB OF IXSTR.UCTIQV.FKESUMJII those aaor* Jed manyof our colleges.
a much higher pi ice, selling; very requeutly PKcgcl, Ga: Ceo \V Cole, Fla. May 9, James taken: before an officer competent to ajraiuistcr resolve, public or private, which ha been parsed -- From its intimate relation to the Collegedents ,-*!*
1for three dollars more band. Theo Zeviu*>n, G per Ueo llocers. II F Titus, Fla. 10 Z B A in the warrant, mast accompany the appHcatioa. the reader may sao at a glance the ,'hol5law on ; Algebra, begun; history, begun. not generally obtained at institution this kind..
< ily effect of th high fa'r.ff on American N Y; L F How, MeQ, Mclntos'a. henry neriuan The same rules must be complied with where ap- any-single *ul
Hour has been, lo incrcupj smn/gling; for Everett, Julia Pju-kw, C n Dunn, Benj Kimball, lilicatiou by letter la made to the Piatrict Lan jnil'uhtii, Donit CX )'Civil Ltw in its finished; Geometry, began; History, coatinued. which falls more properly within the college eoan *

,the fljur is more ued throughout Die couu- Fla. May 11, F A Ponrlin. D M Gngee, Thos Officers. Where such application is ma.Jo by the Xiitjial Order, translated into Cnglwii by Wm.t'trahan way be admiUed to recite ia any of the Cettog*

than it a.iJ less lUnuon. F] B Williiuas, F .S'aook. W J liowman, Attorney, Guardian, Exeeutor, fee., the evidence LL."D.-vldvoento in Doctors'Comm 111. Hora c, begun; Hpmer' Odisscy, finished; losses. StudccU also of proper are. and dicr
dry was ycais ago, yet jias- 'Ihoiaos Tumlia, J UeacaU, M M Vsiuglit.na.PllOC duly certified, of theirauthority to art, most abe Edited, from thesaeondTjonJoa Kdit: ou, by linn.LfiittaSrCraiiNO Gcowv'try.five books; History, finished. Lion i by r'euommeadatlun of the Principal aadcrmuidion
,*ei* through the tnm-housrs.. aei'ornpanythe applicatioa. S hUe one vf the Judges in Jr'sioa CtJ.se-t. Tacitus; begun: The Prometheus of the Faculty,may enjoy the nse of
The trade of the 1 Pleas Lecturer oaI of jiEscbylas, and lectra -of Sophocle.i; the Library without additional charge. 4
IJuiteJ States wtlh Cuba By a clause in lit Section of tho Act making appropriations the Court of Common ; now College
lia always been very large. In the fiveyear L A3I ATI OX.BY for the support of the Government. I Civil and Parliamentary Law in Harvard Univcr- Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus Natural JmLalcn also may be had to the Lectures, and
for the fical )th Jane t2 i sity. In 2 vola., Koyal Sro. L'bovlogy; Evidences of Christianity.. such other privileges of tha College, as can- b*
year ending
with the relative THOMAS BR()W.V. GO VER approved
1337 YOJ
ending proportion 3d March, II it u enacted that no war 1 Among tie writers on the Jloaiaa Law whose II. Logic;Alcntal Philonophy; The Aleesti of profitably enjoyed by academical ttudent _
of goods imported aud exptrttJ under OF FLORIDA. rant for Bounty Laml issued under the Act of works are best known to English and American Euripides;Taoituaniauhed; Natural rhilopby; The charge for Hoarding, washing,JueL>-light, .

the flags of Sjuin, England and the "Un.teJ 2*h September, Ib50 or by virtue of any other lawyers, and which have exerted the moat influeacc Mechanics, begunIII. - &e, with Tuition in English, Latin, and Creek .

States, was as follows; Spain, 43 1-2 Act of Congress, ball bs located on any land upon oar Jurisprudence,is DOMAT, 'whoac Moral l'hi1osopby.PIato's Gorgias; The is seventy dollars for the Summer Session, aaL. f
per which had not theretofore been brought into work, catitkd 2lte CivilLSK ilj tfuturM Order Captive of' PUatus.aUechnnics Hydrostatic:, seventy-five for the Wiater .t'casioa. The oul/ S

ent4 Enjlaad! 7 1 2 per cen.; Unitjd States.: ket and then subject to private entry; so that mar no ," says Jasige Story (Trekco to Bailments,) neumatiea, anti Meteorology.boi'iiD'toas extras are one dollar per cession for incidental ex--,.
26! cent. CLASS,-L Horace,finished;Xeno- ales of eight dollar tirModoniLaa-', .-'
per land can be located under the Bounty Land Law "considering tile age and the circumstances in S pecssald
Within the 1at few year the interior ol of 23th September, 1S50, or any other law granting which it was written,is a truly woajurful pcrformaawJ. phon's Aleaorabilia) Gcoaiatry- finished; tthetojo ;ugen.aand a fee of five dollars-for Drawing /
u excejleiit, and bus matter bcumn. hem those who eater these cbuscs. The session*)- .,
the has Inscu much improved and Bounty Land, except that which had been His method -
country -
IL Cicero de AmieUia and da b nectute;lleroddtns and racations of the P T rat ir3s -
the of proclaimed and offered for sxiet; >rier t .the 3J of ilear, exact, and eomnprebeurive.S
mean cnrn.Tiutiication increase
I by y Pine Trigonometry Spherical! Triomruietry of the ;
March-lS51. The object of tbe'autUor. in this learned prodacttoiij ,begun; ; the same cJ those College- --- a-
railroads &c. The flr-t ralrcntl h-d Rhetoric euntimted.. MATTHEW MKKL3 M
ever J. to disambarrass Ihcwe of the priaci- ; r, -
JJUTTESFIELn. Cummiuuntr.AprfT was a
in the IcjanJ. running from Havana lo the WiICHEASit bu been made known to me 21. fit pies amd provisions of the Romaq law, which arc 11 L Cicero do OSciis; Herodotus tolihcd; ur-. President of Delaware Colles ,

most important of thi dutricU lawless person* are committing of general interest and application,from the technicalities Veyiog: Analytical Geometry, began; Rhetoric, XEWAT.K,Delaware.April 3d. 5I
sugar depredations of very serious nature -". -
upon them flnfiled S ,
constrncte-l ly Mr. Alfred Crnger, of the the public lands of thU State cutting an& car : ? OTIC} of the system, oad/by method presenting,to render them EMtOIt Ct.uL-L- Political-Philosophy; The I1EADQIJAILTERSecond >
in natural and scieatiSo ,
United State rying away -the most valuable 'Umber thereon ATLANTIC AXD GULF BUL-ROAD COM a of Terrence The Cloud of
? -S their attainment more naeful Aadria ; Aristophanes, Division F.Al.OJIDEH > ;
I ,and
(conai4ting of Live Oak, Cedar,. Pine, -&e.,) PANY.TU1I1FSNEXTSANNUAL. more Intelligible the work was Acoustics, Optics.'.Electricity.Magnetism *" 5.
nd aad though
tUer by materially lessoning and, in many places, ELECTION for -agreeable; the French U.ElcmeuU'of Ccilicisj; liu tiers Aualogy; > '
SfUMKTVL' Co3kDCCT _.MS!>UfAem EfelltfaF' ) entirely d-wtroyinsr thsimuii* : H '.Hectors of the Atlautic and Gulf lUii-Jload particularly intended for and adapted to Cicero's Tusonlan Questions; Demosthenes de Ceroaa > ; *

aribmgfor, and cir dilating, Ana- NOVT;TllEkLFOIlE,1 THOMAS BROWX Company will be held at the City of.M, Angus- jurisprudence| of the age, it tenet the less Boawj applicable code?.. ; Voltaic Electricity or.Galfaniara} Electro. I. J. M Ho7>*vt 15okwsctrcean jof -
LtTiovXevtpapert/ was charge.ls.ime- Governor of Lbs State- of Florida, fcy rirtna"of ins At the Court Itooas ia the Court thence in td every-eyrtem of law, of which a Magnetism, ,Magueto.h.lcctricity-ElEcLro-Dma. Duvalhivittgbeeu duTyappofnJed.bjFM -- '
5hi either in.which it is recognized a .iet'Rfrocti'
authority vested in us M Executive of this tftate &ia Jlty, at '2 clock on Monday the VJLh1tay a partor 5 jor General Cotamsadin ,
time Union mics Astronomy, begun.
since by-the of Mississippi of: written"rcasoa: TJeJidei the general ? arttb-th ---
papers bodr DivisiOn of Jlorida 51a r
do hereby charge sad '- of M/ty next, 133L of tbe United States of tua iJecond
command all the civil Qcers 1IL Tbe CoiisUtatioa '
; that the Southern .c *to the attention ; Inrwil*
elaim* tbe work thus Cofcaeli
of Lieutenant
Rights Aasociation of A pOSee.4 rank and title
this buto, -aacj call npoa all good citizens, > Astronomy finished; Tho oienee of Blinds county ia that State baj for arled to aid and assist in tbe apprehension and Z4LU'UTiAM, Comiujio.rs. of American bnryerjVUomat hoi A pecn* uo-Electricity* Chemistry andGeology. therefore be rfcwectctl and obeyedt awvrdingrjr:. ;
any ;
wt'os3 IcgaTiaititatioas .
JUr interest in those of the -States, of Genera tfQPKINSS
It order Major
money U> the North for subscription aiio- all penaas so committing rsucb depredations, u S J.H.FAIIIBAJKS- -, -5 -- -' arederived-is-part. fromntbe'e offranco :fljJfo5pj1jcAr.W.F.tATUS.. / OSCAR HART.

Jition and other incendiary neviepaper in aforczai4,and also to eo.ledvor ty M means in April,12.131. -apr.17:5: Spain thus founded;in the Ko with S. fl. F. '
their to prevent saul lantli or ( an l arc TUe College U provided a:PJiilosnphieatArmaratus Mjntla'cenca1,
order to.circalare! tbcm gratuitously in that nymte power isjuredaad defaced for the from future being Ant in 5- rSS lJ_ iiivAito. man law. S ,xhat tarnishes ample incana of ex]erinie.iU1 Jaeksonviflesreh V( ,iSI.. a3. : 5,

tount) and thus afiect public oiinton.| We mow particularly war the Member* of the Board X- RAN- A WAY,from the Snb wib9t,"oa the ;?The reasoas have InducM a belief on the of.part tbts illn jtration in all the different breathes of "
of *' ;of the fablishcrs that a modern eddition. Natiiraf 4'hiluepbyXThOum of three thousand Lnitevu'Circut Cburt.v i!
learn Internal In
tlie Improvement
from llindsCounty Gazette of the3d forthis St te-eharffed L 20th Match; hiJ ircgro iuy JAKE, who U We to the
Or'WonId be pro- '
and tArnoctly reqne ted to see' the above-- L boat2tyean of* : black carries himj celebrated *ccept dollars has recently been expended, partly in thiscountry Florida
4 ge ,
inst tiiel ihe :document* have arrival carr in ft republi*
and Jiavo ted Lb.tu-t6 engage ia London and in/the- *
into oxcetttion in their nwpo That av*: catiou of 4ho tCnxlu ttnui&UiUoa itby to the, -
paper Testimony whereof I have hereun feet lOiinchciiu-height, A reward fif ten dollar purchase new apparatus adapted prej- -vsDOKCAS > '
On the 27lbut.] the firdlot of the incrn- to Mt toy band1, &ad caused t
diary and eediUoos d!ocumect>ordered! by the [ fixed the Greatf&of the State of aa, or placed iosaehgecuritr thai Iniiy recover FRbnt. JU'DbE EUSTIS, 'CHIEF JUS'TICC ; ,: ELtI1cI9N4 -.. ; ; the' Ealisfaction of fhis Cowf -
Florid, at the Capitol, in T !lahiw-S him.- ft. K. SAPLEtl. the of b'ranSli '
Southern Rights Association of Hindi coun- OF THE smTP7'.J..PUISt4ks At clow etudy/or of atudy, ) Dwrcns kaditwrre.ider- '
yt" reached tbe-pnst olEce 'm ibis city. It -, M ,.thiL5tlI TLLOMASlfttOWN day of-May.'A. D. 1S31. Ortiga Plantation, 8t Johns- Kiver, apiTfi* ,.1331 5 tbe- members of the class-are carefoliyexamined.. beyond tb* limits of the Si '
ayr.U UNewnamrille r ftt the etae of the year,fa alt the stadia of .
and -- : the State of Georgia. -.4t--J -
of of Jkrton Linuncipatorand
consists seven copies the Gwernor of.Florida. GaxTt.a1.bayeezamine4thesbeettOf: the j e ria the presence of a..Colsasu1te.ofthtTrtisteesi&itd -On motiotf'of1ames flbeooo? f- -
Conmonweakh, all ofihe.rame, By the toernoi'-Atteat t -- : town lots for,Sale',- _the traaslatwa VM dmi b? worlf thU attain a catsare commuciea Complainant Lrwdered that 'tbV taM Dth's
volume the _Gw:.iowi NG. rTfIrn d rsisoed will offurTor sale*before the oatba: CiviL Mw,, whIeh.yeiLI1a.beenhhMLos..Yu.will & t3oatdo'f-rultee4, '
number and ilate, hoxingiht -ba'1tnt15red& : -. w ; dint appear, plead, aiw ir-ditO th* **TBUI
.Hetrttniy tf.State.
Association has subscrlbeil far *;w. copies, .3Iay 10, 183i.- 15-2t iL ;Court,a the Hdtwe first Monday door jq the(beipg Town the of 5tb"dty NewnanaTlHo ) 'In- graM service to the-scienpe f JwJ y *ha public*- .REUG10DS WSTRTJCTIO; ; wUhra thre*-oocth- -- or*Uujaaa- *willbe-* *.1--- -: 4

equal to 364 | aper* darfng the )'car. Tile May next, several lot j,- tbe'propertV efjthe late tjO1ir. ThOQD1S Pfihe ngUsh.ediUOfl t.the < In addition to diity fewrttn j aai eteofc 1 prayer AUWfus'tb.rieft1'eOT fth 1

tandlejs addressed lo one of tkevScwelaries'U Otv.J'I9 Francis It. fi4oeb *, deceosod. ; tranjiatlon was 490 large/ nt.jnofroutentandltssearchiy&4hihpriee ,-diviao worship helitwU;* on vteryimday, :order doW certified b* published :;- 'I
v rtrvgeneral and The recitation en Monday morning& alwayaia
-- Mwt.of the a'eo'o lots aitaatcd in the ; prorented
ftr most lor '
c Association- ALf 'persoMar hereby forewarned from 't basinese'ttadpleiKUilpartof town, amwl. e a 4hoouetmja Tbapvesen3 pubhcitiO1i tfeS Greek Testa jaeat,. "At fli rcqussCof bw Newspaper of th.kaM.ca CirenHjrflarfda o S S

:The Emancipator-Eas the reputation of ; tot or laying* ots given iy-tiio: onlersigned -, le yet, d *1rabti r the parpose,- eitSicr-of.bi*!- from i4lorin.3ts style ofaxe.csztioand moderate parent r-guardian;a-gttident fs permitted to. at the space of three moathe' r 2 -*. -.i* 'S-

Leingbe$ most -violent s.iidtizairupukmus io >!/i. itaeltel ;Board, soma time daring ness or easidenO' :- j1 *' prle*,T think caaaat iil In remtvnerAting yon. <. tea
*bDlion.nce1tdia7JJa in the tho latter part of AagoatLit6,for-.Forty !Jl.5 mais d'aVvG Vwwlatiott br Ir...Strahai b>J bean W td ;. or gttardlanvnjaT select,;Oa .member ,,oT sec1kQl.k.rum1.o.i
ecuutry Uripayabh) one month aQer-date; as the consideration -T rm known: on -ltj In the maa*orrect,bat-lI1 bImrnyod tbd Faculty will ttens1'taehot tba.4Uor altOaee : '.-i-. -
eetl3tig iwttlrhaintful a d villainous .a- for 'which iai4.-n.wai given .whollj 0. W.SAN def tar ;.vigpm ethediLotJu4g8 u5hIug *ofw nhip.Psbyteria! Ept3cop&U xiis'rtha stoT Sfl'SBl2U : -' -5

lierallons *iponioutheratitaracter: wulhefaf failed before tbo (JmejOf.pajjDsent, anillam da Apr : for a? 3lalioa fthft3Tt1,, sad Methodist,) lathftril s* aadnots'an abea- 4 &

*! titnton,,.aiul Boatbern"lights .?Jt 15 a&edii teriniat,! iSt Lt py the iamsDome it Jseboa. -- 'jon ( neW 4iteSbieaf1sbg out ofthe T rIons ;reUtioniia t tees. :-4"-- : S 1.: n3e. Wiaca-my baM a4W -
twos rUle i7 F'ra" 12.tS1ayt1 # whilt oWdvaeea nlvilizatI4flsbta4t1nfldS L vw'l' -lir-rtbpofeaors5; :| eea sif* ,Gurt IbI'1 '
a-nd aodj fliuaoiatoty japcr'tosilHiiiefttsf a E X E C tf i .5-- X *- jwXglz of iboi* refirute of the ha'eZ' wb1ehr I 1smiltes will reside TO the College bufldinsaap March. IS5U 9&JU o ouBB, CTk. CC. -t' -S

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S ,:2*mumnam'l JA'l.AT .OR .' '.t'II'l\l It rJi1fk .S S ,Jati'.ca., ', eharirtofAlRiKellamipr t IA the literary; >, .
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f a iOTTUi.r,x>irr a county, jr S his actompHshed lady.ln wJW innate and V**. i'z; rrio5Si "'' 1f
this eth .n harO bis i friends:and .n" N.t1J tJnd 1sr: P and .
.I- t \ rlbkel: ..
S ': COLTJMBtfS DREW S WILLIAM. .J2.,K .N.AVGr? the he has commenced ftrioT.Fa" ,. mental department, with asdJtant.f hln. qnaUIcations. ;. St .f-, :. '..r
: .4 1 public generally that .
S LA. Vf gjsnfc:? ..- .' -InstitutionIwill; -be"Uddecl.lato "" .' .
S TaxS.Dollan'U'anDUD:- pa1ab S NU.'t '.nO ,1snv ,.4V'% business in Jacksonville East-Florida,New and. eoI1.citajatronngeh&viug : .5Li ..fflbyleavIngatanflas: four.olaIIeIfo ,third Junior;and 801110r:; Apeearsteny F ";r\t 11;"a
visited York .
4_ his tbo recently Thursday;the 27th inst.;and will'leave PalMka will.**-attache:tffihrwhool ',.
Continues to gUi prompt : arrangement > deptrtme
into Philadelphia' Baltimore and flaul1aht-t.' ; .'
.pon0r4oYhgtft f Piper.giWflptJooVf P's S
on Saturday, and Jacksonville on Saturday evenIng conducted under the snpervirion of the t : > : ?
Lees and -r
not paid,tefbrt, Oat etplratio' and prosecution of{ Con- made which rot places the complete successful arrangements prosecution of.have all kind thereafter, ,, continuing; to,",leave." ..regularly" ,SS 'eve.. DrincipaU-, .Tbe school ha* been furnishedwith abe =_..A._ To .rt". .. 2.r ,

efthe year,are ctarged?4.i S gt ess;or any oftheEeonttve etCh business in which"ourBoKthtm' :Planttri&ninterested ryweek.- ; 'S and yen selected globes,astronom- ,,t' ,- ), .. :

t'S. A vtrtlJe entt will. be' ,Inserted. at the following .log t'the Rvoluiina F rda,' ... Goods of.every description-will: be < For freight-, apply passftge oa board,having.or to the superior Agents aocommodaUons t mapsJttonalargesealefobe ographieal'honographlcal',seen oand'and; chartS readdilino .-.a": '.C 4 ,,1Jt..u j

oj ioftwelve lines) fot or : ; ; procured at"'sbort notice &. supplied/at, very ..
taU 'OneDoHttper; uaro a Inva ', FERNANDEZ;BISBEE co. from any part of.the room.A good U. Jl' t; .w"P..
*. SMALL PKOriTS : "' .TiickionyflI.. y
subso- :orWidows Naval or' --f- :$ .
Cents for every ; ., book elan belongs.to the school S
the tnt,and SeY'ODt>Fin Plonlf ry PRODUCE of kind will So received brary of-choice ? .
p1. every GEO. COOLEY .P1colata.' :
S liberal Land or r law of S ofthe pupils. :. ,
u11nI t1oI:., T OeftI.yAdverUSCr. ) a, p, Ill 1 ale or&hipmentnpou i which liberal advannt will S ;R.-1C. REID .,.Palatka. for the use --into two :,
S b divided scs-
v will
'AdTertiso- August 10 1843 Arrearages.of Pay and tmadt.', made for Shipping Timicr The scholastio year 5 S
be" transient ; 5
A1 Arrangements .
d'-o1u1t"m made, reek .
lSor ., .' A. COY/Black. elena ot twenty weeks eachi there will be at least ..j"Jttl
of -'* 1- '
I arunning account Mileage; 'returning' Volunteers} Claims for ., every quality. T. : Feb.r27.- 5 1m q I AlD'nso.fO' S f IJ.t
meat(except by person*.11.h: ; B0 IKS,PAPER&STATIONERY. evtiy I one publlo examination each fleaio&-fcnd a quar ; e ; '

with the efik*) must be paid for previous to publiPmowat .Horses;lost and other Properly destroyed' ; Expenses variety will be, kept on hand supplied on ;short S 'NEDRY"GOODS"STORE. terly jeport will be sent;to eaeb parent or gnar.- f6WHSEriDCFF&ftWr'
, fall and fair statement of the standing : /
S '
. .aU01I. incurred b'olwtera' before being ,mustered loticc. T ', dian giving a ,. 'S'P.' .- ,
:- 4 ofthe pupil.
', :Through arrangements with BookI'uUAherg I S S .deportment, expenses :,.t "
their and ; "
t a distance can govern received55lnto;.er\c 'Vaggonma flatter myself that country dealers can be supplied ,G. W. 'BARTON' ] RATES' or- ;Tcrrtow:.Preparatory elsie, per (WI didrI S.Mil".atttaUoii fUt tao pain....

,' for advertising,by the following rates tOM "ers and Te&ten' .Mar us'.aora-, with SCHOOL'BOOKS on better terms than they HAS just received from the North, and. now session, S8; fourth >and third classes 15: Junior CM*of th. Vk.I"1 OnnliU laUM .sMe C1I7y,4.4.whi .",'

. (twelve lines) published s'x'months &.C..&b' can have their orders filled in New-York. for Sale in the building formerly occupied nd senior classes,20; mule pia*u forte.20; gnl- .s.Cu IUallui" :Ill win W-tspoll *

,..sqaare* ., .' $10 00 Havipg all the .forms necessary for a"proper It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may favorme a> the Post Office..anew and handsome assortment tar, 16;ornamental branches, 10; vocal music 2; the MWt IS a difftrai lijkt.alUMf k taw StrMpt,
. tlF for : with !their patronage, botkaz' .regards-price of Fancy and Staple Dry Good, ".which I library and incidental expenses,per quarter, ..., ......IC $5 i.r.Ib5.pci oli Jf.l. ....,.,
: I Two squares, for six months, 15 00 presentation of claims, _together with therulcsand and Cluality. S '' t. S he offers at very low prices for Cash; and,respectfully ,N.pupil received for a less time than one session ptLlU tC 4Ut1..."as- 1M...IM OW Dr.""

.5' Notion to debtors and creditors, 7 00 regulations governing the'different Depart AGENC1ES.The invites the citizens Jacksonville and the I S ,and no deddetioa made unless for protracts ...yt (ttt.M M .I.i..' ,OM.r,III...iiI .

letters administration, 5 00 meats,be is prepared undertake, all claims,.of of several 'Impcrtant' PvrrafMEDICINES vicinity to call and examine his Good previous to, sickness. S I .04o*kt VM slat It mutt'. *;wha.S. r.'....,
.t ;t} Application for the senicesof agencies .which is purchasing elsewhere. Also '. '. From their experience'and former'success,tbey I a.t tart*U..,&Jet lO ctawtUV.tt.l\\y M. kWty ttk'laatafssasjlt
as Administrator shatkfnd soever, that may require have,been obtained,among S i 5nitq.uskupisgtbensJutge5- ,
r j Notice of.pplicat1onfordimi88i S 8-4 and 4-1 Venetian Stair Carpeting from 15 to. feel confident rendering satisfaction. Thetr.i *. : ;"

;; S. -' .- $1 an Agency at this place. '- 'brf 25 cents. T S 11"J" AiK..:.i IV.. *tnr Va -tmnnrtinir''-wf0; i. -fnatrntionare__-._,_v n .-" rarely-- & I S ".; .

, ,!(. S F.umiaancementofcndiJlLtcsfor office, .5 00 Particular attention given to the proper. settlement # .L'! 8 SS 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. fron. 45, to equalled; The..advantages of.th l location need S THC R : .:. r., :'

r it will be aado unless the tame of Quartermasters' accounts.* 62 1-%cents. "' S -, not be mentioned. ,Access to the place.nnequaIIed t ,
3' No aanoniKKttent amowitclaimed CANIIANvERrLJcE 4-4 Super Hag do. 371-2 cent and health undoubted. Board can be*had in the ,.ir.,'it,* vinsfgs.55. Dr.i h' be accompanied with the amount charged. Charges moderate, and regulated by the Men's heavy Kip Boots and Brogans.* best families on reasonable terms.: For any Informatlon j .U 110' that U lixmlic Carl''b..>. W l..r iirupa.rtIIi.wl .

.Editorial notices for private "benefit will be :and the extent of services requir d.' Women's,Girls and Boys, Bootees. ,wanted,' address.the principal,,Atlsuta, 1.1 .'."...... CJ'i.si.ss4s.. c"u.a;

JI harxed double the rate of advertiing.M All communications, to insure insertion: must. : Men' Black Silk Hats from $2 to 8.. Ga. '' S : ottS-Wn ra ..">!sioa lm rtr.n.n u .., ."I.i..I..alI'4M" ..W4f

1. and Marriage notices,will be postpaid. deo 4-tf t 'Mona and Boys glazed Caps.' '- .1 : : I_pw..U.. ksw. Is O4i Dr.Jaub '.".... ." Sin.*.
Religions, Obituary, Silk and Gingham Umbrellas. Agricultural'Warehouse., l|'psriIia..J ... as".4nll.1'I.la* : SSdfllLyFLL1t

(J' be published gratis. ,* S 5Caiet Bsgs .. S the'entire stock'j of agrl- DItOnuns, 1 jO.,lOj f'JoIii'it

S Communications must be post paid. S Oscar Hart, A- .A.. IH-. -, ,\ S Ladies elegant New Style White aud.colored flAVIGpOrehased fn>m Messrs. Denslow \t. 5 S -' : .T.
ATTORNEY ..j.,7'1. A JF. -S SunBonnets, Ladies colored Straw' Bonnets- and" & Webster, undersigned would announce to,-,.Rt.1IUTO ,''CLARK 'k'Coi:. fc-jxr*xt .awi %,u
REMEDYWORMS. Winter Hoods. Also S
saw ,4stov)1euss.T.
increased j .
Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house. ,i Canton' Crape and Cashmere Scarfs, Shawls, the public that they have greatly variety-of other NORTON,BABCOCK' fc WOOD, 133 JIaUea' i aSIY.HAiIL.tND .

1 4 c.P1l1' IP FRAZ-ER Forsyth street. S thehestWog iI: J l.<(E in use; Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging,together with an stock articles,embracing,besides of the a following great character and t KEESE k CO,'80 M s1J.iiLu-, .

. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW,, WILL practice' iu the several counties of the I unquestionably it is a positive remedy,and can always be depend assortment tea .Mol1l1 or HoeIey De Lames, Gloves-Cuhm.res, Ginghams.Snirtinr CbInt .description generally Agricultural and horticultural im-] DAVID T. .jNMANuwat.rStrutS .y.

.:. i: JACKSONVILLE FLA., Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the I I. ed on and is perfectly safe in its operation. Sheeting, ,Osnaburga, and Tweed Cusime, ;also,. elements of every variety,of the most recent and!':DOCaVCORUE8* &CLAZ5IF.r18tr'St.; 'Ie'

".r attend to any professional business entrust'.' collection of claims against the United States foi .ALSO 4 a variety of Smallwarcs White and Colored'Shirts' I improved description; five hundred plows carriers of every-;and !.OSGOODtJENjnJ 08il** fi rIStr .l,I; > ", S,fr4Stied .

t_ y ....11 mn.tA Ln .In tlie Court of the Eastern Circuit, Military services, and for Horses lost, or othei DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY,I Black and Colored Silk Cravats, &.;&.! -' : description; materials founders for'embracing tanners every article 'l.'rilNOHfc'COi,'M.V.ltoto .
iron ,
-'- --- ----- article of merit and which no one who Jacksonville. 23th 1850. bras and 15 It 1f W.LaH f'.
An TlUr"
great tf. F 110
J. II J. .
I fF and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has property lost or destroyed by troops in said service i owns a Horse should ho without used in their line, including all necessary, tool" ,, RUST ft nOUOHTOJI M John 8tnee v ,. ;.

I$$4 also such an advantageous connection with an Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or Dr. Christie' Gmlrsmle' Belt,' Bracelet, In the Circuit Court for She.Stale of Florida &o.MlSCELLA."fEOUS-Roll at manufacturers'prices.' and common gins I GREENLVAT fc XINSLE. ;45.
1 1- able Lawyer Washington city as will ensure the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. S Necklace aiid MgneUCYhllcu.S in.and. for the Southern ,Circuit. jack screws,store and cotton trucks wheelbarrows WALTER B.TOW SE.'D k CO.228? arllt.J' !", '

; t a prompt vcA epecdy collection of such claims as Also claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers For the Removal 'and '.Permanent Curt of aS S For:.Monroe'.Coa t). ,'road scrapers, hydraulic rams, force pumps,' OLCOTT MKESSOX fc CO, 1:11 MaUea U .,V: :::'.

may be placed in his hands, against the United and the widows and orphans of deceased officers Nervous Diseases BILL IN CHANCERY FOR DIVORCE.. patent chains to facilitate' the drawing water; JOSEPH ETBJPPE,13& 'IaiJ,Lane, ,:.

$iI and soldiers. And of those Complaints wbickare'caused by Georgia and French burr millstones calcine east I: roukrAL.tNc.asaMus. ._ ::. ,
hA1 tt. condition of Edward, F. Griffin, Complainant. Plasterers' wd raw for Clrmeraplanta.tion L ti
an impaired,weakened or unhealthy ins; MONTAOUWARD k CO,53 Yatde! Lane;
attention to
will his conveyancing '
: ; 1. Also, give :- y5. and smut talUs screws-/null irons,; .. ''
tt the Mills corn
Spt. 1Sb ; k.
-1 ; to esaming titles and records, 'and ascertaining. :. NERVOUS SYSTEM. Patience S. Griffin. bolting cloths, picks, reed shuttles and general- ,rTHOMAS kvCWELt. f4' William St." '
claims to lands. This S beautiful and convenient application of the appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by finding for cotton and woollen manufactories. I l'[ TACKSON ROBINS CO, Wet, St.. '

J. P. S.\NDBRSON. All business entrusted to him will meet with mysterious powers GALVANISM and ,MAGNETISM r its records tha.t said Bill,has been filed, and MILL MACHINERY,,TOOLS, &c.-Having the 1 CO-,J Old STp .5 **
ITTOaNET COCXSELLOR AT LAW, ,has been pronounced by distinguished by due proof that the said Patience Griffin resides agency for various atd extensive manufactories, ) MARSH 11 NORTHROf 55 Pearl 8t .-
::1 office from Columbia prompt attention; and all instruments of writingwill physicians, both in Enrobe and the United States, out of this State.:It is .Ordered That a hearingon we shall be prepared at all times to furnish everyspecies 'J WOOD& COtTlHe Pearl St:4

t t HAVING ro'eths County, be executed by him with neatness and de to be the mOIl valuable medicinal discovery of the said Bill be had at the'next Term of this Circuit machinery on the shortest notice. I I INOERSOU.fc FROTIIEB,230 Pa rl 9t. 4*

;t Jaksonvie Du\a will spatch. Age.'S : Provided, That this Order be published The highest market prices paid at all times for B. A: FAHKESTOCK CO.,O John 51. .
respectfully informs his friends that he con. some public in this State for the term wool ides. All produce,of the Cu4
tf Dn.SVILCOX'SCompoutul newspaper. ,eheepsikinsand I..o..ted.. .h1a hj. gl.s.sxtrs.i.r I p.s-
'. S ttnue the practice of his profession, a formerly. Jacksonville, Jan. 25, 1851. Extract of Sanaparllla, of four months bnoro the first day ofthe said next State received and sold for the usual comm AioD. U.b'bj .11 ibs pri.al'nun-.i.naIs..1ev.....s.1tbsi

H. will attend each and Term of Original of Toicnsend's. Term of said Court. S S S. & H. HOYT & CO., I .ihe 5315.1. ... '.eII u.si I. tak.4 I..

: S th.Ctrcnit Court a in tho several e.er Counties of JAMES. J[ BAKER IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY JOS. B. LANCASTER, No..17r Bag street, SavannahiGa.REFERENCES. .' Nearly wemtj Fbj. ...aiT.their lofdaoar si... la sa
; IT Judge Southern Circuit State of Florid CarS tlion ara .' !.. ooiaiaaf Io taia aii.r.OI4:, ,Dv.3n.h .
Circuit the County of ATTORNEY AT LAW, "D easily proved by us, thatTOWNSEND .-Messrs. Padelford, Fay & Co.;
the .Eastern Judicial I Ossus li. HAST, _, Wf- r."....'. ,.Suiapuill JC;'TKB SartaptfUla, aa4 ftfartfcrail
' S Hamilton In the Middle Circuit, the Supreme !. Alligator Columbia Co., East Florida.M. Solicitor for Complainant.S Swift, Denalow, & Webster. oct t *ia'(btir .Ua iioa '5. S. P'.'.aiUcl*.
a obtain from DR. WILCOX the receipt.'for DeeU50'! 4m *
did -*
at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court I Rta4-
& ,
L a Sher
Cur manufacturing the original ------ Columbia County 1I's Sale. S S "


A will receive prompt attention. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and that ho did.after the chara.eter-.and reputation '"',7: 'COPARTNERSHIP.fWlHE By virtue ofa wnitofL-A issued from- the >1T":'tb* r.4trfJt t<.' rhyil..iii .*.Dri.t f St*
Address-J. P. SAXDERSOX, Jacksonville, was established being the most -Copartncnhip heretofor r under Circuit court of Columbia county, whereinJoseph's. 1 t"nk.IlI..k1ya asS Wifli2.bIVfI ..I1.4 up.a Ie -

Duval Count, Jhda.JacUnYle. Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINEin JL, the firm .of Cureton. Titan"existing& Harris, is Watts It the Plaintiff and Win Cason o.r peiMBkl view Cf tasreal merit. .f its *..r....

g Jan. 17. 1330. tfMcIJJTOSn WHIT SMITH I M.O'BeiEX, the world, for the following, diseases, suchas !11. day dissolved by mutual consent. isHhe Defendant,I shall expose to sale to the high Sar.uill. Ofth cUi.. rJe" by lIoit p.n.. St..rlgliiiI .

; S ..- I| Office at Newnanaville. Scrofula King's Evil Salt CURETON,'TITUS & HARRIS. est bidderbefore the Court House door in the 5rap.rW...... .'.1.. I.5..alE lea's 1'-
Office at
. .Alligator.. Rheum, Consumptioni'd Head, Tightness Jacksonville Deo. mth,1&0. Town of Alligator, in Columbia county, on the : t..ItIe b. aar.c,... ,..."... B.tf .. food 555

'. S XccVEE'N of the Chest, Dyspepsia; Palpitation First Monday of fAY next, the following.prop-1 .... bt...ivs alle.Tn..wty *.prefer U use sat*U 014
AT LAW BOARDING. of the Heart;and all crty.towit-Levied upon as the property of said r Dr. JM 1 T.waaeiE'a !sruparIila 'Sr.' S.'F.T.....

: S .TORNEY Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single Nervous'Affections, General Debility,Fluor Al- named The business firm will hitherto be conducted by the above- I Ddndant,to satisfy said ft. (a. : ass Iva. the ,.IoIi.I"JlloI; wS.tbr.. se.swIadlrra -.......
the Eastern henceforward .
in conducted
.1' WILL,attend the Courts or families can be found .at Mrs. FLOTARD'S bus or Whites,' Rheumatism, Syphili, Liver- and under the firm of by Lot Number, [G]Section twenty-five,[23] 'D' 10' t. be
, S S Circuit; the United States District Court at St. persons the old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Complaints, Cancerous Hugiors, Mecurial Diseases S CURETON TITUS. in Township six, [6] South of Range fifteen [15] I- L Our expeii<.eea4.btcrT*tl.a bats ulua4 ii*l*,tie

': Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; SLO. &c.., S. J Jacksonville Dee. 20th. 1850. tf East. containing ]'acres; Also, Lot OU Dr/f !azup.rIUa pn ...f ..r..e4i.al t'tu. ...*'rit
I Claims for citizens in any part of been thoronghly'rcpaircd and renovated,) opposite For some purpose, and no doubt in order to number five, [5]ofiraction Section twenty-five, tillil S P.TO..H..saC the te ti..,., lke "Ml.

.i and prosecute the Republican office, Bay street, Jacksonville make it cheap, (for the genuine cannot be made VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. [25] ontalning one hundred aDd 'M.five [155] I ..! : Ford against the Government at Washington, East Florida., Oct. 2i-3m without great,expense) pollute if with minerals acres; And Lot number three, [3] of Fractional !1 .f n.,*.....J J.tyeb*. I*. artiel.ri..{O* .si
q;.. ; bror s or A the Departments.fty such as Corrosive Sublimate, Sulpher; Salts, :. THE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale a valuI Section twenty-scvcni [27] containing e'ghty [SO] ...*.ao' prpt.tilg U'curs tte,BM i<*** **.are i*aatba
: Cong
eiLu East Thrida.i Saltpetre,&c. &c. I tract of land on Lake Jessup, on the acres; Also, Lot number four [4] of Fractional I t.tell Utat wUeh we e.a,i..rt". .u Tk & : ADDIS S tf JA.lIIES SULLIVAN Now in consequence of the above abuses, Dr. St. John's River consisting of 8,000 acres. Two Section twenty-seven, [27]containing eighty [80] .WBae.d'. Saruparilia >M"ireatI/-rW, Srwwi.W4 asS

i _May 2 1850._ No. 13 IVhltakcr, near Bay Street W1LCOX has concluded to give his whole time thousand are first rate hammock laud equal to I acres ; Also Lot number ven, [7] of motional I exploded tile toitlr. tkere.y iTi g tress .Ils dl.* 5..ur .
: and talents to the manufacturing of any in Florida, beautifully situated on the Lake, Section twenty-seven [27]containing one hundred I eo.tomen.kit icSaevted SI l. ..r prefer *.f ,'k.,,Ol4

t S J. aicUotoert Baker, SAVANNAH GA. HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND, and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and and six [106 acres; Alto Lot three, (3] I Dr.*. pr ,jatI.:- ''11.* .k4 Ly ass .atman AT VHpiBtoB

S AT LAW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL in its primeval state of vegetable purity, so that cotton. Tbe position of this large body of fertile in Fractional Section thirty-cur, (36 containingfifty *wkifk.eTlieTe...4r all eir M._toW' lbs .
I A TTORNE V4COUNSELLOR TIN WARE MANUFACTORY the afflicted of all classes may hare a healing land on the banks of our great vavigable river [50] acres ; Also, Lot number six; [6] of belt,w*iho.H sot he J!.t* U fig J ..r pr.t.tS5S to.OM

JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. balm for all of the above complaints. And from adds greatly to its intrinsic value, and makes it Fractional Section. thirty-eix,[36] containin*fifty rr.J!.. To.',nf*.,' Wili %bn.d...,w*I.BT. tk..k-

t. 5 DEALE11If his knowledge for the last,ten years of the wonderful a desirable object for one. or more large sugar or nine acres; Also, Lot Dumber one, .IJ in r'raOtiona us U <**Id.if..at. Bot'jut' to priB 'U..OU Dr.
WILL.,practice in tho Courts. of the Eastern Japanned Brltanla Flanlsned ware--- healing propensities of his compound, he cotton plantations. Section thirty.six, [36 containinJ ei.hty "'rer.rati.B'thelpre'errtM wkUV I. _.;.4mm M a

! n. Mln Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit &c., &eM hesitates not to say, to you, that he warrants a The subscriber also offers for sale. 12,000 acres [ ]acres; Also Lot Dumber- two, (2 iD F me- Kcdicsl ee.pon.'.w well a*the..i**ef tk*fwyU p.BaiTr > I

:. : Beaten and Hillsborough counties of the kinds of Cooking Stoves and Ranges. of cure of AM v and ALL of the aoo,'disorders, if on Lake Monroe, on the St. John's river, well tional Section thirty-six. [36] containing:eighty aUy BaBifui4 U iu, farw.PUlip S It-
1l ,
adapted to the Turpentine or lumber business. Also. Lots numbers five lad eli
ALL in to the 'directions. Don'tea1 rdOacres one, ,
'.i. ?; S in the Supreme Court at Tallahassee most.approved patterns for families, persevered according The above tracts will be sold on liberal terms.JOSEPH ;Fractional Section 23 i kl..3f. .: Gra4 k13 AT...B ;T> .
i 8ther Cut hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor, that you have tried Saraparillas and have S S [1, ,&6] twenty-three[ ] C. G. N.r u.jc.afl ISr.... :. D. d.,. S
i ad United States District Courtfor"lhe'Northern nlaces. Stov Pipo and description not been bcneCtted, so you won't try S FINEGAN cnntaining together three hundred and four[3O4] G. A..N.va .t ),0. Crrherry ..
hall public every
5- ; S JU.uict uf ri".id.j *ua wn or of heeL Iron Work made at notice.- DR WILCO2CS. Jan lC.-3m. Jacksonville Fla. acres AlSo Lot8 numbers one, four,five and six, H. D. WJ.*M. M. D. C'lamfci astRiagis.* .4. .
.. Bsmw
E. H. PIT V. UW Crccawiek fer.
.: prosecute claims .against the United States before Force and Lift Pumps Beer Pumps Lead Pipe, FOt there has been many of the name cot up [1,4,5 & 6 in Fractional Section thirteen; [13J D. D. Bdkvio, M. U. U*AT* C : e 40
.. Sheet Wire Galvanized Iron Jacksonville and Alligator containing together four hundred and three and A. K. CMC. M. D. cw. KiTlBKUa k ChrjttMJh ..
and the Departments at Washington. Tin Plate, Iron ,&0. on the reputation of this article, and we tell you -
Congress twenty-five-hnndredths .l9otltb.,40
CASH purchasers of Tin \ware can be supplied confidently that theI:5ARSAPARILLA PLANK ROAD NOTICE. (403 25-100) acres, all in HintoB. D. .. 55 4.
). k.rj9ib A
1.1 .. Being located at.Jacksonville fa life, he wn at prices as loir,an they can buy in New Yorker ROOT Township six (6) South, and Range fifteen (13) C.5.Beldi'jf.Dr.e.. N..b,. M.D SI C..al ..
: S give his'entire and unremitting attention to elsewhere. Orders from Florida,South Carolina, I I East.. Property pointed out bv the Plaintiff.- Dr. P .".D. Br onieer.r,jti '. '- de. i
h is,though excellent io its qualities, one of the mitE BOOKS SUBSCRIPTION te the A. J. T.'WRIGHT Dr. rr.ci,. M. D. an Llti.i.Io. S7.L.D.GrndYsL.D.201 40
: and all business entrusted to his care and the interior are solicited- inferior of this B_. '.'
1 profession, most ingredients ,may we not truly JL. capital stock of the Jacksonville and Alli Sheriff Columbia County. .
1850. tf i i B. P. .. D.3I'ebcr.4thJ. ,40
29 Pridham.
..'. r shall meet with prompt attention. Aug. Wander-tVorking Compound t gator' Plank Road Company will be opened at Alligator, Feb.27, IS:). td W.Trou..*, ].I>.Stt iltaa'.. -* S 5 <. .
l Jacksonrilie 29,1850. Now friends, these assertion are true to the the store Fernandez, Ilisbee& Co.-.lnJack. JI'. N.Gil.Iori.II. D. autCaaalH. :' -."

;<. ,_August_ _ I FASHIONABLE TAILORING. letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but sonville, and at the store os S.L. Niblack& Co., Jacksonville Hotel.S J..Withered.L. Fanoai...)D.. D.62 Oliver 3 Caaat ,-s. : :. ..

.. S because we have a right to the benefit of truth, at Alligator, on Saturday, the first day March finilE Subscriber become'the Charles P. ,.MS ObaabereHoary ,4.',
purchaser5and .
: A Cal'tl..r and it is also true that if you will call on us, we next,and will be continued open until the whole JL sole : this well known Trlmmot.CT Whitehall ..,
1 Subscriber will and residences of who Proprietor A.Ms Dartdsea.29 Xvaroo S .
would respectfully inform give you names people stock is taken.
4& = .
: IxTcroiso Icare the i I have transferred informs
to Tie
HOTEL respectfully public generally C.A.hau.d.Jr.5Grn4
tte. citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity have been cured diseases which has astonished In behalf of the Commissioners t a.... L H.5W G..t S M...
J; guy professional business to J. rCR BET Bixn.t that he has taken the rooms formerly occupiedby not only themselves but their physicians,and also S. D. FERNANDEZ, that he has added to the former house twentyoddmore I J. Wttt.iMh.tr.... S ..: .
comfortable roomswith five S ..
.r J Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. F In- Col. Sanderson as a law office where he intends names of somt of our beet physicians who are Jan. 30. 1S51.tf Commissioner. over hundred Milea L. Cok.mitla ATCBV .p4.,
E feet front, with piazzas in front and rear making C. Jlanli.aJdCb'1. ;:" .,.
carrying on the above business in which using recommending, and selling large quanti- .
all such matters were entrusted my Benjaava D... 23 Sprint ,
& t comfortable'as Hotel ia the South .
& ,
1 il. he will endeavor io merit a share of the public ties of DrViIcox's Compound. Be very careful Jacksonville Male,Institute.REV. any I..pla Lsg *C. 131 A.C ; .'
care by Gen James A. Pee ef which an Interested patronage. He will keep constantly on hand a to get that with the name of "J. M WIL- which now will enable him to accommodate over Ahcrt Y. Uo "I. D...tea" C'I'. AT.B O J ,*"-,*- ',,4...
4. will take notice. choice of fine French cox" on the outside label be injured one undred and fifty persons. .His table will be Ale*. P. Boyd. ISO Reer : -
, please aHortront IJroad Cloths, or you may I Alfred Mana,Variok ovrv Uaawr l.7 ,..: .
I. SWART A. M. under the of'an'
p: L% Mr. business reputation for diligence Cashmeres Vesting Trimming, &e., which rather than benefit ted PRINCIPAL. superintendence experienced Samuel Taylor.7 BleeckerJo.hie -.
Baer' will be made to order on the most reasonable If you wish to know who this Dr. Wileox ts, we house-keeper of the North, by whose aid he flatters -I D. D.T&fliss.541 fl1.a 40 S
r l ,r: and attention &sufficiently well ebl.he t terms. JOHN HENRY. have the privilege referring to the first men of Rates of Tuition. himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotelin llorillo G fc,Robbiaa...104 Chamber...r1..T.Cr MH. S ," -....,

r ensure t all matters in his hands..t1 .- I Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, :. tf the community. Principal Office, S the South, beiag now enabled,by the constant Parker. M. D. Myrtle ,U'.cr.Carrell17, ,
prmpne8 Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic communication with Savannah S .
steam and Charleston ,
sufficient manifestation of J.W. Sleight. M. D. 43 Jamo*
, 't trler i my 173 BROADWAYiNE\V..YORK. and Penmanship, per quarter ,?* 00 .to havo the advantage or the fine markets of O.T>. Ajroc. Att.aftccr. Ueary. ,<;- ...,
confidence. professional ability and Ltgritl. T. VANCE'S And corner Green and Bearer sts.. Albany, and Georaphy, Grammar. History Composi.liLIOD those cities. In addition, be has made arrangements I S. P. ...Coon eor. Atlaatie. "
A.IIotehkiu. Jr.7 taji.- .; S.$J..kit
li I CHARLES P. SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. sold by the Druggists and Country.'lercbanta all Elocution aDd Book Keeping, 5 00 ,in connection with the Hotel at all times C. ). WriKht. e.I..... Sae'Mit ......'
f CPER over country. IIigberbranche ofan English, Mathematical to furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation I J Baywood. 137 C.art ..
' it Aug. 29, 1850. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC n and Scientific course .' -.600 ,J. Preaeotc.a Ujrtlo ATtaaof .
,'j tOt a LI. Subscriber begs leave to inform the -i: of his'guests. .. Head. Smith eor. Btltie 5 S.
The planters of Sea Island Cotton and the public Don't be deceived by a certificate'attached to The Ancient Languages, 10 00 The increasing reputation*which'the climate of C. C. Snlth. Hiatna cor. Baltfr ,- :"Co .

: .'t S J.PIeKOBEHT BAR ER. ,that he can supply them with his double and each bottle of Towusend's which certifies that A quarter consists of eleven weeks and .two Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical J.BaSes.. 101 )J &.Av. cur PaBUM I,
each bottle is sessions 9 to 12 3 to 5 ,' faculty,for the cure of other J. D. "...2t C na t. S W1ilhist.3.
l' Law E. rioricia.t compounded and made under the a day a. m., p. m. consumption and L.Pari 71 i. 4.
Attorney at a -
.; j : ,. : Jaccle .singleSEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON Gixs. supervision of James R. Chilton Chemist, who Exercises commence on Monday, the 3d day of pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increase C. H. Clark. V. Moor fc GneavichH. .
: has been hired for that purpose. Now let us see I Februaryneat. of travel to this State during .the fall and winter V. Bath.319 CrwawkhWm. S .<.
.4 fOTARY PUBLC.Governors No doubt is longer entertained they are best how it looks,when this Cbiiton resides 150 miles S January. 1851. tf -:, months,of those who seek the relief afforded by'a. .B. Jlaaa.278 BnaevayHaTiag S *.,
i" : appointed by ot, Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself, from the manufactory. This wo think a great milder atmosphere; and in view of this fact tbe Baticed wIth jr.at '1...., a."CARD, TQ Til

*e. ft; S the,following Mates t take. Testimony, Affidavits from the general satisfaction he has given for the imposition on the public, and calculated to deceive 'DISSOIVTIOII.S. : subscriber has determined that his exertions to PCBLIC."pat forth 'y .nr Sixty Fajtieiaaiaad DraouUU

:!! 1 ,and Acknowledgments t be used therein t last seven years he will receive their support. the unwary but judge ye for yourselves. COPARTNERSHIP S heretofore- I merit the ,patronage which shall be.bestowed I I c lit Cltjr or K.. York .. the relative storits el tie tvoTowaiead'i
Prices low, and the Gins made of the best materials TilE existing Sarraparillaa, ia ..1.. to i'pr..i.4
Virginia, ALSO, for several Kinds "Vegetable Pills, Bnffington & Ryan at ,White.Springs upon him shall be without regard to toil or ex- I j I. treat areferexe
1 I Maine and workmanship. Including. Rev. Dr. Hibbard's well known anti- Hamilton co., Is this day dissolved by.mutual pense.- SAMUEL IJUFFIN'GTON: I !a farer ot OLD DR. JACOB TO WX SIS ITS SA a-
; North Carolina, BOXES AND BRUSHES Bilious Pills, and Wild Cherry Bitters.-Orders consent. S. Jacksonville E. F.. October 3, 1350. tfGREEN'S I SAPABILLA.OTtr that aado by Xr.3. P.Te a ea4.we.

r t i. Massachusetts, South 'Carolna for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest from any part of the Country will receive prompt C. E.BUFFINGTON RYAN. the '...,...do nnti eordiaUy..... ia Ui efiataa.Ueai .

,lt t .Connecticut, G r ia rates. attention.: S Jacksonville, Feb. 11850.' 6th tfAdministrator's TYPE FOUNDRY, .. .14.. thereferi, ee..U..IJ_M51 <'.
; .New York Agents Address J. H. ; lie 014 Dr.'J. oV StruptrUIa ..$'"of I. f."a UcJo
I Alabama VILUIOXOA & ACOSTA,Centrsvillge, Ga. McRORY, ': No. 123 Fulton Street, Sun Building;New York. I
,, S Pennsylvania, Misssissifpi; MCMFOKD & HARBIV Ja Ja&sonville E..F. Notice. No. 17 Canal Street Row, New Orleans. I lee,o t Co,lo.:BalUm, JI'.
r : N. A. HAKOEE. Savannah Ga. Oct. 12th 1850. 6m. MONTHS after date J. F. CallM. W .h.'a, ) .tf C"I_. ,
i 'Oebnnre Tea ,we shall mentn To Newspaper Publisher and Printers. I ,J. CUh. La.eait.r Piam.Dr. .
Maryland] augi.-iy"Valuable B.F. SMITH, Charleston, S. C.II. I OAr accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Felix l .U. w DTott k I..,. TUU., .. -
'i i S R. REED& Co., Palttka. E. F. Livingston, Judge of Probates for the County of WITH confidence f I invite'the'Trade, before I, .John O. 11.... Pnltirillo ,d... *

l S. B. TUOUPSOX & Co.; Black Creek, E. F. Notice to Navigators. Dnval for a final settlement of the estate oflfiey.mour ?JI11rchase'elsewhere, to give me a'I'I t .J...b w.Schmidt 9iMont..fc.c.PluraixTiHo.. A *atowm d d* .< .
if 1: Land For Sale.AS T. O. HOLMES & Co..Jacksonville, E. F. Pickett, deceased and will.'then Smplv call at No.123 Fulton street,New York,or at No. I n... .n k.1ch-L,.bl... 4. 5 -
PATTERSON & Krxo,Burnt-Fort, Ga. CUSTOMHOUSE, for discharge from all further attention adll re 17 canal street Row, New Orleans,.where lam I r 1*..CrMkir Jr..'T.wa.IUe. 4* 5 S
H '.1 Agent for the o eli tbe undersigned of- A. A. DzLoanDrien. Ga. DISTRICT or ST. our't,. I sponsibility the premises.- '. ready to furnish them with all kinds of BOOK ASD John B. AIHmm.Fleming Pike ritukerjh ISis 4 4*o ; '

b.: i. tn for sale the following valuable tracts of Jxo. 3. FIXER& Co..,-Beaufort, S C. Port Jacksonville, Nov. 1st, 1830. MAltY R. PICKETT. NEWSPAPER TYK, of the newest and most beautiful I B. ". Beye U. Llnnl..*ewiJ. 4. S
t land, to-wit: GEORGe L. BKOW.I Newnansville. E.F. JAMES A. PICKETf, style. I am also prepared to the much K. JJcCerty, Re*4ia 4.Cyriii ..
. t f The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian On or about the first.or May next,'the followIng 'supply BeSts Jr. iskata4., .' .
t S WM. DELL changes will be made with the Buoys at St S Administrators. admired Scotch letter,', having lately procured Jolla IIort.. : .,.. 4. _
river:containing five hundred acres or less. A. WATERMAK, Ocala E: F. Jacksonville Feb.20 1851.. from Scotland series .of these ... -5
:of Dor John's Bar. .I give this notices so that all navigators 6m a beautiful faces I Xpbraia P. Late, Bloombory .. SLye.
Au small tract woodland In
a .
vicinity S
tI W.PEARSOX Orange E.F. with k Cbaadtw. LaaotboioB. 41. "
Springs, may understand when this is together every variety of form and pattern I S .. ,
change made .
.f.tke town Jacksonville thirty R. L' *. MoatroM 5 S
containing "Co. .
S ;' A. UCKBAR King's Ferry and Traders what the law is relative to Buoys&0. < PROSPECTUS Or THE |ofDanaMxcrai.AND JOBBISO TIPE, BORWSKIXO, I E. P. Lro., H.rm..y 4."'. -'
tern Hill. ." &e. I reel UllUred that the l Kobor By. .lIabu", ,.. ,. "
: *> .Als a tract containing one hundred acres THOMAS VANCE.St. That hereafter all Buoys along the.coa, or ;KE Y W E S T GA[ Z E T T'E\\ Of.all the Type manufactured elegance and accuracy K.,. C. M..W, IMaworo .:. ** -v.-.-
TUvtlBxUnd.ctrFabloereck god In bays, harbors, sounds or channels'shall be I by me cannot bo "..- .T .yil. B.Hcr' ,; -- -
-L the St. John'* river.r .. ; near t Marys, Ga.,.May 30, 850. tf colored and numbered so that passing up the S Devoted; to Commerce;igT Cuttufo literature,, surpassed by any Founder in the Union. .By- an I S ,J. MeCTymiwd (..\1'.lC- ,, ...4.S. .. ._.. ; -

S "above ef land will sold at ., coast or.sound or entering, the bay, harbor,or and S ,the General Interest of the Peeple- entirely-now method in the mixing and casting,Ii W.R.Ctbert.fl.lrf. .4.45.Patet .
trt B. X* n SaabBry 4'' *tlr prices good terms.' b ruon -S NotIce channel, red Buoys with even numbers shall be Independent of Party. am enabled to maintain the virtues of the component N. W 9mitk.W.l'ri..... X. yo..1' .* 5 .
Also one a on of,the dwelling Add. lot passed on the starboard hand, black,Buoys with v parts of the metal, and thus to produce' in (Lull( ).Saratoga S.riaf*. -4. -' .'/ S
al4 or A II indebted to the Estate of Elizax9k..beth addition to C. n..H.IWrt, .. .. ,. .!
P sand 1 near thfc Court persons even numbers on the port'hand, andHuoys with npHE: undersigned pfoposeslte'publish; trader aa elegant, the mottso&f and durable I 4 'fl'' S ".,
__q5 I anyme. Hol square M. Berrie deceased, are required to red and black either : the above title Type,heretofore offered to .tbo'public.S To this I .Hnf7K.rr..Ltte'pon. .41"
being occupied by Joseph stripes on hand; Buoys in ,.a weekly newspaper, to be J. DvLT .. Calr.T..> :
0. t ilegja. immediate
mAke to the
::5r : payment undersigned and channel ways to be colored with alternate white devoted to the purposes above specified. _. .h last feature Iwould in particular call your atten I Charles W. Btdgrr.X.wirk Jf. J. S
all persons having demands against said .estate and black perpendicular stripes." had Lion, for solidityand durability of Type fcon I 'JA. 85raa.Tsat.4.e' -:" -
. hundred and forty acres on the : : HaTing many years experience as an Ed A W.tki. B.1I.wu Falls Vt '
bld. on the St. .John's River eat, within are requested the time to present them properly .attested S S : ISAIAH JD. HART, itor, the.undenigne only, refers to, his former the principle of economy, of the greatest Impor- J.hn Randy Oraflo 4* '.- "'
S Lewis and George prescribed by law. tnov7- stm -S--S Collected editorial career as a"guarantee of what the paper taneO to aU typographers. Tho members ofthe Jacab Fierce.Cb,ttt .4e-v, .S '
t. HENRY HOLLAND, Executor. he cra.fwiU also find me ready to I Alfred -m.WtadhaaV 4.SS.WUhiWLPp.MIIIVU1.SS .
Fleming; one hundred acres of areS now proposes to publish shall be,, \; snpplv'all kinds of .''
about thirty acres whlcb. Fept.I9th. 5- tf. DYING'AND'SCoURING'E .No article of a personal or, offensive character >PRurraa OFFICE FCRHITCRR, (for the e.tI\bDsh-1 Thmna J. Cur niek.Norfolk Va.;4.i'. ,
hmmo al third of(be late Mrs. shall ever appear in the columns of the Gasette.. meat complete Printing Offices snob as Presses Catler 551.5..v.-R..**.' Vate.jA". '
undrdc' Administrator's Notice. ST.-ABIIS1IiXE The .of Wood 'T'pe, Cases 8tnds Braes Press anal I Por.er.L riasfcVMwelUBMlv.4. v -; .-
NT. political parties the day shall .be >
Sophia on Fleming; Island, .on treated RiliChaadlerfcC.. 4.5 d.- SS .
the St. John's river a balti location. SIX months after'date, I. shall present my ac NO. 73 .YORK'STREET, with strict Impartiality; .In short;it shall always Wood Rules ImmsmgStonesconuosing5: 1 S.C.G.,.,. 41". .<.5- .
Also undivided ten thou and vouchers to the Hon. Judge o* REAR 'OF,'THE be the aim ofthe Editor,to render his paper a Brass and.Wood.aUe11..RIgleti., Closet Rackv I ,J. .n.ltiee ,4o 4., '.",
4t & in Nassau ofbut, on Nassau ProbrU for Dun county, for a final settlement ( s HOUSE,), useful and interesting Family Journal &e.&e., -I IS FetridrekCa CoombefcBlaaehar4, 4.. *S, '.'
.4art..itut I 4 do. / -
t Tom' Swamp,'suitable M '.Admln& of the estate of John Middle-. SAVANNA1IGEO.,,. ;Tcrms-Three Dollars per annum-;parable on Old Tim' taken In exciiuge for new at 9 cents I K ..&>oh f aa.. :. -' SS ,
torturpentine.! sm ton, deceased.' -, the delivery the first number.' .& ', : per lb. The trade dealt with OD the mOlt liberal I Thoai I. Ihiill.r 4o '.,5'K SS
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-.kt pntd I S55 S tcrmsaud K, Her.... North Alamt 4e ;
S patronage solicited ; '
to Frc P.nto. ThOMAS'JONES ,ALEXANDER OAIAOWAY, ALEXANDER, S on ground of i .W... Payle.Seath Aduae -4.:""- 5J.53V. S
1 S S S .Dec. 80. Ed'-tor furnishing (o the purchaser an article with which i < '
5 and Proprietor. Daoeahower. CI.d.tl-.Ou. r
26. ,Mmin .
At( 'JHfcRODERTlAKER. el't .trat'f. RETURNS his thanks tOhl5frfcndsfoyth.: h. wlll hi ,p1eaec.;and -pcb will bring him the i 'A. 3. 8o. V1s.s5l.Okls. -.t
L,JakDvl Fl S ; has received since he commenced n In worth of hit monol' -. I 1. B. Otlab*fc C.,:.AMoekMMb 24.HV;<>; "

1 4 ENewaeopytf.3 ,N t1ce. business this city in 1832 and would state to his Duval Circuit Court, --- f '...Editors or Printers wishing to" esiabfun -I! JV R.*M.,K.B.n."mI.,. Poruaieatk' "- !4 4.. .,*% .., ,>

S S TO THE OFFICERS 'AND SOLDIERS S friends,and the publio generally, that,during his Elinbeth: -wcfuircjsnr. .;: paper or-Job Printing Office will be furnished i I ., IIsrtD. J,lIro Derry-,. &ew-Varklt-,4- .-.,* fit*-,
i late visit to London and Scotland,he has acquired Jane Ball,: With an estimate In detail-of S C. fc tr C. at... Fraaklia 4'.' '
S ,elV.Drfant" OF THE. SEVERAL WARS SINCE, j I various improvements connected with S S ; ,TL j: ;Drvoacz, ". size the cost by dating I Cheeter .".., Beea"e.. do .vSiSfH*' -?-
S .opape, and klDd ofwor to be executed; ,Ja.. C. R lUae.rUhenTnt '.a j Vi. -: .f..
: .a.A ', JTJE REVOLUTION. DYING;AND FRENCHrCLEANINGU. "lamuBalL' .PlibUlliera of Ne.. w bo.'lfilUaaert thIs : ..h.C. Pillibary .. 4. : "SS .' ..

I Will Mtcad to'hCIOllne in the Cu BV a recent Act"of Congress,officers and;sol which he trusts win enable him'-to'give"general TT appearing to the Court -\- 1 fa adtel11acmon'three months and send me the paI I ".._'Leela.ob"" Be...ri"f.. ,.. .;,' ":-' ,

S ., .of the fatten ,and in (who have not received) are' entitled satisfaction ,to all who mayplease to favor him, Jl, :*his ease,'that the Der.l1cWa'J&ft1e.. Ball re"S'cw pen containIng n addressed tUNesbiU't Rerl.I S !ol..Saa'borm 4* :_, .: f<' ;r.1. ,

eral jfcoort lor tin Northern District of Florida.h to BOUNTY LAND,for service of one. month "with their patronage. ? i- -? : 'J1' 'Df U h'.?tot. *,<-*/k>rid
1" .ALSO or more: the widows and minor children of those 'Ladies'salkan4 woolen DressesShawls,.&a.. I i "*;* :5 ,prended&hey purGbue .a Limeethe I S :* "... rew..Ula S III.,.-" :. I- ,. "
< AOE1T' deceased, m also entitled. The Subscriber will )lean d and dyed various colors, to as rif'O"GOd I : aV .mtl: ThaI t.ho'bwriarortW'iaoU: amount o theIr_bU roudYertlal ." ,' ; : W.. Jt5P&rk.r. n. S; .. "iff. .' d
j S for ]pcn ral Buslnajs la, the, satisfaction. charged .aldnmotColllplaint bt hid 1 1e S H..GREb"Y. -l4mSa4Dasi.J.twC5.St;. '.. :" 'S '
st'tcU: undertake, 'ata, :moderate compensation the .Table Covers cleaned or;dyed 'r -. W-Dsrasy.W..4ja.t-' >'Jr'; ,
grant and d.on1tIftn5f lands, claims ofthose Interested.' Having been employ may bt required. Gentlemen1! garmem renovated : expiration or three months from the date of tb1. S No.129 Fulton at Ne"'York.and' .J. w..Barj ft C.".-'4. ,. .do. ,- '
S PrderErovl4ed'Tbg 5. copy.ot-this order bt :N.o. ii Canal it. ltowNew'Oreana. ..' .. aO' I,. ,W.8. ;,,. .'
.d in public office for several years, his experience in tbe same good ttylo as formerly,to M not to be "..n.. .
: cr.Utsgth In IU. '
blM1ed :. r.triot. .
S ie5 i la inch matters will enable' him: to afford irreat surpassed by- an done at the North, or'dyed a* .ryacrin0 some newspaper Printed ba 111-town : .{ S : .... .. ... ....'< g4.' ;
: : .0 ALSO Acxxf facilities to claimants for LAND AND PEN. may be required.)&.',.bonnets dyed black, I fore top the spacs ofthre.noaths be' S .r..I1.? S '0 4. '

S for the oofledtloi! of Claims trpon' th'TJaitedStata &SIGNS;'and save them:great deal of trouble cleaned, and pressed in a superior style. Ladies' I Iudthntlemen's I : ,the' .time.'ed. (.or THO.DOUOTuul'lndLv the hearing of tIde ease.. ,'\ TI'EMINQsTpJMjitNatS .__ .:4.. h S, vW'fc XI.r..u.N.rr.1.1".1'>tl *..'*.Uara4. .i ?\ : !.,
and. expense: Where be,obtains nothing;09 .K.IdGleiea cleaned.after)bt I G.". .. ? '' Ot3ersieceynd from
for-llflltiry otW Service!, pensions, 'Alllr. .. .:"- : S ; tbff inttrorJotL aoys
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charge U mad*,. :AH tatters post-paid will receive 1D00hppro..e London fuhloDii.. ', i'.Mr. <1 Fe ; :-c'raeral"ortm r"ot'Ot
1 sulIjfalbb.itlolunta8. ;, ;az4 for.horses' prompt attention Aodlh*. nccwtary' forms:u4.OW'BENN.ETT.Att' .- K1BC. tun been appointed'Agent forth 1 : 24 l8I'. p"-! : ,"teb2t.sm'.r. :hton blt TrlmD1las'ooDlliatbJ ot Fringe. named celebratt SarsaparilUu; It U'ateo ker.t

S S. SS ,.-. ,. _i' $' ,.i"'U'.:&..&! uatrooUoiu. sent..-r' ; .above..tabUshmeutJ. and will lattead i S '\7'JOB PaI5TlNQ S'. .- m RIbbon, Loo,Cord;&lid F&DC But-toDI.--..coristantljTon ba,| retaH brib i

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