<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF UNF



The Florida Republican
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079922/00086
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: June 19, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00086
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

Full Text
cA k .- ,4t e :-
: 1. c
;

.
.... f -


.
'
.


r

;,;,". .
j
.
:; ". '. -. :;.: ; :
J .. "
: :,. ; ',. "

:L .' : .. q --''- ." -p ... ."....', '. _. !, .* .

. ., .
: : 'I:'"
:DoIiiernnnuni. :"7" i -
Tree.. : ;' -- "" :" _. _.
.
J' j .
"AA..J'A' .
-J&JI' .
#
,
V V V ;; 100 f.
-d -
V V. ., -: .
V V ..
V V V
..OLYT'IltlIII", .' c V -.,. ,. .' _Is, ;.rI'j V V -: ; V V V VV4. .. V .' "- .
-. ..;, Y4CKSONVLL} y. V_' .
: \ ,' ; ... -i.'. ', .: '
"V V 'c'r-j . _. .. ...TV C".r ._ -atCOWMUSICUTEB.
4 ,. $. .
V
V V
,. .- V r. ,.', _" u. "' ,. .' . .. ". : '. '' '. 7 4' o. ..,. ,_'.-. :_.Q '';'rlot"'1) _V J'I' .-
\ ,
:' 1 t; '. ,: r"--. Sxcitu-.SEW,. Slst.. ; difl&turbour :self-eomplacency' t .. 'aBk Ii 'a -SJ_;k -, j onei: f ith" 1" ----,-- .- VfV fII. : -

V A Valentine's Pior. S.. ,: V C11TUTOX' -'. II' Rrvriu' Esig.Sometime V provided'rumor speaks'true D t1me, .> I .Zlnaei4.If.' .! .. '-' l'f\ .w"I. .: .I J &DGV' tav'lhf i', Pi.J.sK._ ",, 1H. .- > -auut- v_ Z' .
u.ue.r Yer
lQ."ou' uue: : & 1&&o\\8l'I
_V" ,JTo.3. V V : NJ1 ,. 3 I :4BatI forger you':have.been;ici J! .rU}*; bfi! <{ 47 imtopWtbeJBoorl riventjhebUfl' Then machine ", :: followin c'letttr-.wie uilt.air 'p.V
t I
: got Hiaton
frightened +
: '- : -daring. the ,month,'of June, f. BlMejofJai imfb&ve liarned;:to'knmrMwellas '' YOU.UYej'ODwiU"ko "h ir and Uiongbf I"M dr6wnm "'u'r ;en !; ; of'_Eeeliesttr. 'bl&t nd" .a Tkakrthe It

'T 3c.t221.Thss V V ,: received an P"istl.b n neither postmark : ,pronounce; 'yonrself '*ongodry PP' 1e\lj: feIIxg r. lirre J o Mabe1 di&ing, out. 'ancr1r;1' "i1iii'i. ;.y.. ."f-jI.. 9 -lit .4.V .

: MIXERTA MOTES: or, signal; :From,, he/ evident cont naa-. Well done! That is the"first step,lowardi : .b r.' ..first wT ishower, npo the bath momentonsioecasloiu'of'iatofteiti? fBoatQn.: outbnttn'no CbinCtFIjJ4_* :' 'I'fi'la..J- t b" ,ma.' o :DE1Ir m'-liat r ..,
't
::Youra of the'16th was' received this roorhfng lion of..subjects canvasaedbyaiin oar,pre reformation, bat Va ''lbe: Leopard/change j !m MarchJ844.; 'V --_-Vi knock.alt the.kmjbf thy stir koeea tnuff'awf onlfcio elbows. inquiries"i received.this morning",* ':. "VV

:. 'Wheo': received year _first /("..StcDilia yioas letters I have some indefinite idea that his spots,' br' Castle Rivers'; be.metamorphosed V TOrn P-1.:- =hails'frpro a long way&wueast Just then yoa came in dJ left_me!:outandYOttknow '1Tbflank rOads)basgesenBjr .

I mean) I would have bet net..merelytny said cpislle mi *j have;been from ,yourself;, 1 I fear'a more impartial jury than or,,as he"Used himself to'say.' .He .was. all the rest.:; Plagueation.'take: 'ashowwbath 000pernile.ranged from $.'It700.: to 2,300V-- avtnsyUjj'. -,-, vfix.2. f8-*.'>*, V ., >,V. .

miniature but my hate that I should and yet.the. 'absence_ of those, essentials (?) that' selected :ougu near to suthiseas !he coald !, _I.woaldn'tr ake- another;,it .'. .the ; ,
Tiy yourself.-toUry: yoorself. fit! without b 1'uii g/nd.\t ert.'tbe. woods Jt was:to;mike me'as fat as ddjLa thj.t : Taking $2,000" as coat.,At. prepor-
never become interested ID either yourselfor and.a'. difference ,in theiand writing,,rendered would! coAoonnl(provided always- before, were so thick that the moon V urdn't,'fa! 'Nor.has poor"Tomtoi.h dan; but remains tOns- would ..beFortiwberj ': .' -,; .- 1'.' 'IS'. 4V V' V ', .

your letters. I should have lost the bet- it a too doubtful case to call forth a repJy'f public. rumor sV naught'save truth j,)bat without help. > He'stands six feet two nat- perfect CalviriEdon cia mammoth' '" ; about V w. V : : 'siioo.V V

but in spite of that little episode in my history me; bat the more recent amvalof a smaller I shrewdly.surmise, if:it,came to the.:point *HUI aU breadth and six is feet .six.when..he/stretches.: scale.- Sph :c.M. V V. V -Z. <.4. ,1 lSO*; -V, f

warning me that i in all such matters tho' more pnfc mission,and for reasons that_unless! y.one more conscience-seared though his bones,not,were,qui.te..in gotten:'proportion:op torn giant.- "Dav5x.-There. "is scarcely:a word .in ,"bridge- V -::, 100* V 4 <,

my judgment is a bruised, if not a. broken of my own Which it is unnecessary to enter than I imagine you to be/you would ''plead Had ey.b properly,covered with bhewould the English !language that seems' to be ,K> V", superin'Jence .U" V ':100': 'I" V VU
reed shall into detail of have have been invaluable! 'Baroum.' studiously avoided by ,as the laid..c,Itc.. '':200
accept your wager a low, determined. to guilty" and "throwiyourself on".the, mercy every body one > ', .
The truth, is Tom Jean indeed at the bead of the paragraph. We wish the <.
Now to be a little more earnest than"sport- return an answer to both, as ,from, yourself. of the court7 tbo' "old mother"..OxapitW5"cfed this leanness,.annoyed was him very considerably.and- thing were,ai uncommon as the word. The Total per mile, 't3,000

lug gentlemen?generally are, I will frankly Wonders will never cease, or rather have as judge i instead of:juror.. : His clothes,would be open at the elbows and last synonym'that we observed 'IS.tight' a ,3. Width of track 20 l Iwtweea the. V .V. .

say,that I am restored to confidence in my ,I the days of miracles returned to earth Do You wfuld.fear me more, yoa say,in your ,knfts in i half the tlDJeof UtaH of his falter term'which strikes tU" father'inappropriate," ditches depth a; J wayS wide
judgment byr noticing that assurance behold the of the fellows, and Tom.vowed to fat if since a *tihl' man in th: cant use',of"the ,
own your we anomily Fig tree..bearing -! : trial, before the augosttribunal.inthecapac/- get V only formed of.3 i inch plank resting" *IoogUa .
word is almost >
for the sake of always a."loose:'character.1'We
is.evidently derived by reasoning, that. Thorns or the Thistle Grapes &c. &c. ? ty'ofwitness;\h&a'counsel. vT/wf.is. decidedly Some kind friend economy.V recommended _the V Gymnasium ;give'a. list'of a few. of the. various dma! stringers of,either '3 of 3 by ft'inches, V V

is probably correct from premises that are As soon have 'expected such astonishing M cool!1' To what do you Uude. J as likely to be beneficial) and Tom words and phrases which,have been in'use atone or..2QI.3by' mbdedid 12 inches,the"whole to be V
earth. It
most undoubtedly false. revolutions in the fixed and immutable or- If any suspicions have, crossed your r mind' forthwith enrolled himself at Sheridan's. It tinae'er another, signify some stageof firmly considered! 15 net general.y V
; to ties
You assume that I was in love with Mary der of Nature and Creation, as that he, lkCas- you may reveal, hab! or entertain then, at' was there I first,met him, and a right good inebriation:-Over- the; bay, half seas I hare no doubt necessary would--ese be advantageous although .'..,
'
fellow with of fun and wit in him over, hot; high, 'corned, eat,'cocked, .halfcocked '
plenty
Allison and then argue with such ingenuity tle" Rivers the stoic, the philosopher, who your pleasure. They are based on nothing shaved to place! tie crpss'wise of-the road '*t'aad .
in ,disgnisedjimrsid
he.proved to be, spite of his unpromising j ,damaged,
as to defy criticism that I will be with i has ken and is still determined under the joints of. the stringers say every
you. I never never supported by-nothing, and therefore amount exterior. V sleepy, tired,.discouraged, ftunfTy whipped 16 feet, and with wooden -V
Seriously! -my relations with Miss Allison to marry, become 'engaged,' or even to fall to not ing; you had.better let them go for Among the gymnasts, Dr. ;was' how come ye so, breezy smoked,top heavy, 4. The' cost pin of_ plank per I000Vfeet)1bOan1 pins.
different widely different from those love should far conspicuous not only for his skill in all athletic fuddled,groggy tipsy smashed, swipy,slew- '
were in yield so to woman's prerogative nothing, as they will assist you to nothing measure,.varies:,from $51-2 to? l..2V.4flv
feats bat also for bis beautiful, compact ed, crank, salted down, bjpw fare ye, on the V .
:you have assumed we were friends merely.I idle curiosity, as to evince an interest as I ,again 'repeat nce for all," for your form, and superabundant ma le'.- lee lurcballsails set, three sheets in. the ered 5. The roads that have been V. 4
VTnadeIPVIAthis
did not know of her marriage. Two or in an anonymous correspondence commenced satisfaction that WE wind, well under battery blowing. .
never were acquainted, When he "peeled, his arms and chest looked way ; time, both North 'and Sooth .are. ''Qter
three letters were exchanged between us after for the ostensible purpose of ascer- andperonwlgknow literally nothing TOO smooth as a woman's and yet as muscular boo y, sawed, snubbed, bruised, CreWed, favorable sectioasof-the 011nlry," here but

e she left Athens, and then our letters taining the fates and destinies of those who unJessYhearsayevidence" were admissible as those of a 'pocket Hercules. soaked, comfortable. stimulated,jug;steamed, little rock has been encountered, and the -

but friendship did not. If she How our friend envied the Doctor! Many tangle legged fogmatic, blue-eyed a passenger soil sand, clay, gravel,&c.. V .'-, V
ceased our composed the society called"the Chaldeans in the examination and then the foi '
public questions did be to'bim' about in the Cape Ann stage, strippedboozy,
put regimen, 6.' The grade that should LOUSedisaboutltol6lto2Oisvuygooilgrade.
is "well married," I am glad-if not-I am and with whom you were so associated in a hundred miles around. Athens-would be exercise &c. and %cir effects in producing faint shot in the. neck, bamboozled, weak greatest .

,4 sorry! She was a bright girl, and kind- my recollection as competent witnesses i in some things as flesh upon the human frame. The 'Doctor jointed got a- brick in :bis hat, got a turkeyon All the above statements have been mads V

hearted. Even in her coquetry, (to which Sufficient preface I suppose I am now myself, as well before as since you ceased'to attributed his redundancy to plenty of exercise his back-&Burlington: &ntiT l. from memory as 1 have not.'my' memoranv'jfebook .

/was not at all a victim,) she was not cruel, called upon to follow in your footsteps,and be"Secretary of State.n You plenty to eat, and above all., to the dailyuse A Dr. Brown courted for with me. 1 : *
my a lady
accept wager of the shower bath.. many ',The Boydtoa road is 75 miles in length .
,
or if she was it was only so by chance. briefly canvass 'pro' and 'con' the merits of :? WelT; be kind .enough to remember 'Wall: said Tom, one day, with his inimitable years unsuccessfully; during which time he runs generally over a favorable ..coualryt.

Her intellect which in a girl of weak ele- the respective individuals. that constituted the terms on which it was based. I think drawl,'To sure I've shinned up' and badalways accustomed himself proposeher withcntsastdfillsvaryingfromnltoafaet, ..

menU of moral and social character, would the "Holy Fraternity." from some information obtained since down these ladders and.ropes long enough ; for health whenever.he was called upon except at the crossing of,streams,where the
Bat
my ; observed
a lady
being one eveningto
as for eating, 'taint to be expected that one freshets make it to construct hgb-
have passed unnoticed, derived so much en- First on your list, and therefore onTftine, first letter, (i.e. under my present cognomen,) man can rat enuff to fatten such. an alfired. mitit. a gentleman reminded him he had' banks. The contract necessary for; the CODS

ergy from the strong impuhes of the affec- stands Miss Allison.' When sbe first came that you stand in a false position What ekeleton as mine. I wish I may be 'darned fqrsrotten' toast*his favorite J lady.' lion of the work is $1,933 J- #per ile. V:
lions and her will, as to distinguish her in she after if,.I don't that dower bath tell 'VVhy indeed, said the doctor, 1 find it
among as was a "girl my own think yon,would a fair one of our acqain- try you me all 8. It maybe stated generally that-upon.*
in vain I have toasted her
whatever department she chose to apply her- heart." I never was an admirer of southern EO much about.' VAs ; so many plank road the same power would convey
tance, in Nipoli, say were she to bear those years ,and 'cannot.make her Brown, that I
Tom and I: were about as thick as two twice as much as a tnrnpike;and threetimes
who her intimate upon
self. Marcia Hayne was most characteristic the the toastbeJno' *
contrary, name conditions f I I am determined
Perhaps, were so disposed. such thin men could be, 1: volunteered, to longer. as much.as upon a common dirt road
friend, appreciated her truly and ad- was often sufficient to create a preconceiveddislike with of revela- him where be could .in 'short V
might surprise you some my show get one A Scotch bagpiper travelling in Ireland Two bones are all tbat are used for fi eight .
mired her much. I wish I knew where -but-the was so unlike any of themI tions. leave you to your "honor bright," if orders We accordingly started for the United opened his walletby a wobd-rsiJe., and rat i wagons. These, with one driver,"will convey

Marcia was, and if she is happy! God had ever seen, I immediately formed for hera you pledge it that the conditions are*Each as States Hotel. then,called Texas. .In the down to dinner. He bad 'no sooner said the same load, as ,now,conveyed OTer-
basement story of this house were a large our clay roadswith six horses and two.di _
to woman a richer store of affection conned until intimacy 5trace', than three wolves came' 'him.
never gave friendship'which her I have required; I will trust yoa, reports upon
number of bathing rooms fitted up with hot, versorone.dniverandaVboy,- say 4Q cwt
T&one he threw bread; to another .
till
meat
and sensibility than was nursed in the with Miss Hayne which created .a and "mother Ox pitus'" injunctions to the cold and shower baths.. .Th ',latter were Four horses convey twenty passengers ,fci -
provisions were all At I betook
Leant of Macia Hayne; sometimes wild kind of rivalry between us, (Miss H.and contrary,notwithstanding. Yes-i will, as; temporary wooden boxes ,standing', 'oa'.-end his bagpipes, and gone.began ta length play, at miles per boor 'and are changed every ',letSfflld5.V

" and unregulated, but always womanly. She 'myself.) Mary A? was a southern-so was I said, leave it to your own'decision-sorely with doors bolting inside,and a very capacious which the wolves ran away,: 'The deel faw .. V V'

had all the unselfishness, as well as the Miss H. Is it wonderful that she was the would not play me false; my hopes in showering apparatus in bath the while top._ i me,' said' Sawney I had kenn'd ye Loed 1 9. The in only other fact of much importance V
you I went ia to take a wann Tom music giving a general description isthat taU
heart of the best Southern blood. Miss i successful competitor, and that I, the tame it, or rather my expectations, are confident made ready for his cold one i in the next room. I r afore dinner.sac wed' ye shoa'd .ha'e had it the roads of plank there is not one '.which' V

Cones is still at Sparta I believe ; she wasa i daughter of the north was compelled to submit for it cannot be that I am doomed to disappointment As the partitions were'very thin I overheard does not pay a.good dividend. They ,have

queer little gipsey; great in nothing, but ? She had a noble heart and nobler impulse the.first in this case. I.cannot. him soliloquizing something after this .fashon A SLEEPT LEGISLATOR. member the not been long enough in"use,however as.
-. Legislature who' himself certain with any degree of e exactness the
V indulged in afternoon
marl in everything; she bad cunning with- and it was no small regret when our help wishing sometimes that we had met.- with boles for ;
'Wall, now, that upright coffin,; naps requested. bisVfniend to awaken annual charge repairs jfiJLisbelieved, '
out ugacity, and preltincss.without beauty. intimacy ceased. Miss Marcia HayneIam Do o't'imagine me vain, I only mean that in the bottom and a sieve-in the .top. may him when the lumber net come up._ H. however, by those who.have'..embarked, ia

Her father has failed, but his family are. by hardly competent to judge of her for I the mere sight, the tone of the voice;and pass f i'-a-sho\\'ebatbbere but I.guess if omitted it. by forgetfalaes, but accidentallygave themthattheywilIcoatinuetomaketis.\ 'j V

no means d ttute. was only acquainted with her so far as the many, many other things'which are not seen we had' it down east wouldn't be long be.fore bun;a-jog as the house was discussing factory returns upon the capital invested
bad for eels !t Blast the V .
we sot thing a bill to prevent fraud; Old sleepy head Yours respectfully; za ;
But enough of the reminiscences of your unity of our"association"made us so. You or felt in a letter often inspire confidence, Wonder how it works Here you, Susan, started,,rubbed his eyes'and exclaimed : V.O.-SAITOIDs; VV \ V V

schooldays: yea think I will fall in love speak of her as being truly southern in feeling and lighten the way to friendship, (perhaps Sally/ haf your name? alling to the-ser- "Mr. Speaker-A word or two on that bin, Qvil Engineer..

with you 1 7'hafuool! Does the Thorn! ." I admit thus much/and (add. rathertoo to lore.) Do you think me strange being Tint girl; just come here and show me>how for more than one half/of my.-constituents E 29ti alt '
much which lor lo'r'eme do the cntter w rks.. I don't see no sbo vef..' their living in'no other-way!I" From, the;"Washington puUio, "
tree Lear Grapes Do men gather Fig of so, may account the because I fancied you would or '* get OETICIAL. V .
know'how
'don
0hmy!l'J cried the girl; you : V V > '
thistles! lam neither married, engaged, strangeness that existed betweenus, ; and I you think love is a feeling only to be "acquired 1 Why, tis easy enough!T. h ou" pull A larcHiBLE NOTICE. We are indebted .Drnz-ruV'r or jmt IXTRIOE V ? }

or in love I never vas married engaged, join issue in relation to her warmth of affec- by prutiu,'arid that because you this 'ere string;'and I guess'you"win!,seeva to.the Warrenton (N.'C.-NewsJof the foP V V V -Pension, omeeM2" !9h" ,WL. : "

or in love: and I never shall be MARRIED EN tioo,.(deemed her decidedly cold and selfish; have never loved, (as you say,) that you shower,'and feel it'too.' lowing'dnrtisement which was posted in In all applications Jor.the re-issue of laacl V
Tom who stood, outside caught bold .of a tavern inuNewbern while the Legislature bounty warrants granted under the act fSeptem1
I I woujd but as I before said, I was only slightly acquainted never will ? But tell me, have you never ,
OR is LOVE swear not
[ ta
CAGED 28th in lieu of the
1850 original
the string; ; and before'g rl-c ufd Interfere wasjin: : session at:that place. Mine host; r ,. ,
have believed I could have induced myself with her, and may be influencedin loved never seen the one you could clingloin gave it a tremendous pull, when down camea wa.san honest,.'wellmeaning fellow-who which may have been lost or destroyed, the. .

to write a Ami page to a girl!! I dont my judgment by her strictly observed demeanor sunshine and in shade, one whose voice: deluge of .water spattering them an scm-, had. 'conceived. an_ .idea thanhe"mmfc' .u, were. following regulations, approved by,the ..Department.of V

know what may come of it; but I had forgotten liat-ycu are more .competent.- .love could make any lot a happy one 1 ming the,carpet. .', V .very'salt' of IkeearlA,-and' bad. listened warrant the Iatenorx has will be.o to-reach selTed:

to answer the saucy part of your Now I recall some things there,was at onetime love as it is oftenest called,.is nothing' ; a .f nantly.'There"now.yoa. see P saidjhe girl. indig V to the the'complaints.doings of a Jew certain, speering, of them characterswho relatiye "r ,Vhea of the a party entitled failed tojreceive It, and thehands > .

letter, and so excuse myself to myself lor a rumor rife among the academical' mere preference,and many live and die without 7 :'YeI: \ now' replied.Tom very coolly. did not, belong tothefraternity., .Here to.whom. it'was sent or-has' been lost. after. '

this departure from a custom that has almost faction that the 'proud Ladye' had persuaded 'ever experiencing it. :A1rtbij\amused' considerably, but. I is)the.'notice';which tb Tposted, m, the most being received,the. party should at once ear V

become invariable. In my last letter did I yoa to forsake our frozen clime for the Orange :I wish I knew the history of your past. bad presentiment that the fun ,was not. finished con ICIOUS places.in the house: "Look ter a caveat,inr the General Laud*Oti< to
HereTbe! following: rules of .order will prevent the issuing of a patent to fraudulent.
that I favor Groves, and balmy breezes of her Meseems it might be an interesting one.- ; P -
pretend was conferring a by claimant and should public .notice oftheJacts.1D
;
Tom adjourned to the rooai on the other be hereafter observed i in this Hotel:'.Members grve.
writing to you 1 Or could yon find no room "sunny South;" however let her faults and Some time or other may I not hope to win side, of mine,and the. girl to wiping up the .of the Assembly,wiil go to the table the.case at .Ieastonceaweek. V

for your smartness_without assuming I did! follies, real or fancied, rest with Tier. I.met the recital from'yourself? if not now, when carpet.:;BeforeTonx had"g uel, ,readj .to first and the gentlemen.afterwards", for six successiveweeks. in some newspaper V

The pkilfal carricaturirt either in compost- a cousin of hers in Washington U. S., last I claim it face Uf face enterhis bath I was out ofmU1e and "near- .After reading.it over, be did .not.exactly general circulation at,of nearest.the pace V

lion or painting triumphs by' the ludicrous winter, from whom I J learned the particularsof Do tell me where you were at the writingof ly'dressed.:, Allhad, been still in""bis roOm Ike! ; ;iC It didJ't anything, to about rowdies theo to which.occ the warrant rred- In was such directed publication orwhere the --
minutes except occasional and blackguards; so, caution. them
but her after fate. She died about ''cori sitJ of letter" and why it for several aa. intention shall ate be expressed toiipply to ,
eighteen
clis. o.or truth nature; the sajae your. a muttering of disconn. cted.ienteaccs: .. "such. particularly added; ., .
.
fen or brush is never employed in makingthe months after she left Athens. had no postmark.signatorej-T have a fancy as-. '+ ,? -'- :Nola Bene-Rowdies and, blackguardswill the Commissioner Pensions. for a.. dupKcate.of -

text or fancying the picture to be carri- Cornelia Cones-I was extremely intimate to know.. 'Did'you ever possess, such a Wonder .what there is about this to' latten please not' mix .themembers, as'it should. be such. warrant:described, 'whichof.;.in; ordcr'course to, -
minutely
;
1 Tfttnred. lam therefore::compelled to pro- with ber. She was just'what you weprucJ1t thing as a'"Tarn Cap" celebrated. In the a man. Never heard .No.b.\vas very is hard to tell one from: ihe_ ,other.-_ guard against the improper! of the'oae .-
one for .. .Mighiy "* V
bounce you no genius in that .line. JIg her-"a queer little gipsey"-with V a" good ancient. "Nebelungen Lay?" If not, I have fat and he took' stuff forty carcass day into._ 'Guess ,The following' a "copy of-, sign" upon first issued .' V V VV .
to
Yavilyl" Well, I like that. There are heart, and affectionate disposition tho" not one('perhaps yon.might like to borrow it there small isn't place much'!danger my of ;water coming; up academy for teaching youth, in one of the The:,identity ,of:.the applicant mJQ9t.be V .:"+ f

, *n the Bible two words in such close con- remarkable for 'docility of either.: I was when you again 4i.ie such a voyage high 'enough to drown me. Wonder. if it Western .Stales '"Freeman. and Huggs, satisfactorily application l dVthfhctspoa for.: the re-issue is -
which
nexion that the careful reader might mistakeone aware of her Father's misfortune, and much It may beI: am'wearying:"you, and>y tjfew will fall like that blasted shower did down. School Teachers.. .Freeman" .teaches the Boys- basedmustbefullyanJc1earlytforthufl.dEroath

., it bad much sack: from ml. 'I: in Bath last summer,' &c. and Hiiggsthe Girls. V warrantee in bis affidavit ,
lot Ae other, *Y nhy" and Ungodlifieas.1" regretted for I experienced complain of a thing : am VV after into his closet the stating ;

The juvenile student might suppose i kindness.and hospitality from the family. IaDlen10 ao casuist, and cannot reason after your shut I heard the ""door bun which stepping be carefully bolted; SoCSDINO THE 'GviT' STREAM..The (if such be the fad}that'le has' never -

they were used as synonymous. Another from 'xa' indirect source that they style but I have written on as 'best I may, and the next moment there, came a crashing' United' States sounding steamer Hetzell been l to himself locate located for him nor, the empowerediany'pe warraat in question.

reason for ,my :charitable belief, that yon bad left Sparta., She,was ,another ,of your reckless of what opinion my. epistolary ] 'slam 6 ng' 'on the floor,most-.tenrific that made the screams bouse Lieut.engaged John in efforts Rodgers'to sound commanding the Gulf Stream. -In cases.where the.claim for a duplicate V

meant toj have charged me with ungodlioess favorites, as well as Ellen ,Wells of whom powers may create in-your: min To use I shake sboll\Uf, JoUowed Oh by!the L'Oh!L LoW! OH! Atteboat.. thirty'miles southwest from Key is: fouodeci'upoI the non-reception; of the

4aDd by mistake have accused me of vanity ; you did not write. Herself and brother constituted your own similie' 'If you are'pleased hid Ob IJhunder and lightening Jftl Ulurder! Fire! Wist, bottom was obtained 'at 730 fathoms; original,.with the agent the,if there be,one ia.the is.required .
unite warrantee application
tut if the ..charge. is meant. 'seriously," I two of.my' very pleasant vacation I am glad," if not "1 ian sorry." Water r l' ;Let me out! Tm' drowning r For bur; at another point, the- Bounding line, at to, f reue waf. V _. 7,,; ,, >
the of 3000 fathoms was cut qff aswi ;
> in What of her ? Can. Will write again I. 'If so r will do God's sake b'elp> f aDd ending( by cal S,9 depth each V
have.only to plead "not. guilty, and a.jury party Sparta. you you | supposed, by a sword fish.- .Thesoundind It is reoaislte that the. cmedlbifliyOf.
cf.wri&kW tcatbeisfrom the."Lady's Acad- say nothing of Martha Mores!. .Was it not you the honor of sharing in some degree me mostocie39O51Y.. ; :? I. ,but servant -. was .continued, unsuccessfuDy, with'' a and every 'affidavit,be duly.certified.by the
every -
not only V
einy of JkJrts and Science,11 ,with.old mother her who married and eloped toParis, ? Why any; |:interest you 'mnay, 'feel:in" this, com- In and an instant all others; within bearing.male V and line of twine.. "-. ** magistrate his official character administering'*od the%aatare.oath, ,-;be"Trrified nd, that-- "

.OxapUos for [orewooan,would acquit me; are you so. 'chary*. (your information. as muuion ; but if after a 'suitable',time I're 'f'mil__ 'were in'the"roomr --Although bad "OSI LITTLE uoaT.-The tonnage,of I br the proper'o.;icer under'haa..I ._' '' II
-
even after listening to 'an 'argument from it Misses; Allison, Hayne and Cones were all ceive no jeply to this "Witt;forget, yoa)" not ased'ib utingi nothing was to be seen the the V port of New Bedford is estimated at 137.I office;' .- I.E.HEATH V.. _V.', V E- ,

Top'indeed,having as..1 should, an honest wbo'were worthy.of a'place in memory. actuality. is not optional, .' with. ''gentle/. of Tom bath but in door the downwards center of the,and floor the lay whole .000 tons,'while!.Baltimore. has bat 90.000., ,CommiSSIoner" of.Pensions- V .

Defence, I fhould fear ,you lew .sunsc1pin Why not tell of Leonora Lance; Eliza. Hammond men.. 'Respectfully3'V affair shower absolutely, jumping.;rrom Toms 'superhuman New,Orleans 'S3iOOO.oo has Philadelphia such 64, CI8pl-.Y"u" f
V .No in France a tonnage,
; $ me, iha>t as ., of Misses, Stonus, Beetir.PbJlo,.,and :.V V.' V ,MI8ERVA'MONTES.. .- efforts relievebunself.. '. >ve. and 000. only port four.in England and buttwo in The Convention of the Protestant Epbco-

,._ JJpr, my;pert friend, one, Void, word ;- Pennon rely l they* were.not merely 'lookers .,The V. V :CM of., 3Iquft.es.- : tumbled rolled it over the most, the astonishing-mass door.".:open, ,'.and:of arms out he United Stales'exceed % a1 Chorch of! N. carolinip.aembteJVsz Wednesdnay last.1 Nothforof St.John'jchnrcroi -.. "

JJon pLPthe.w,1: ,too. warm niVince! : and presentedto. astonr 'ftreportediri Northern'jiarer tbat interest occurred until the afternoon V
ioe.ercise.Vwit; I. have,tried it, and }Why yon'leave:Athens, did ton glow 'I never. knew, V mosqahoes tarned to any !legs Shed gazebo body!"hnmart ever eye* & Mr;, WEBSTER"contemplates! ', uting ,,the session'Thursday The committee of in- V
California and here it
| lhi k; have faUed. Be warned in time- weary 'ofit? Was)it 'not..rendered' sacred gIQV'OUnt5YC ia :,One moment.was pven to.ajruahment: ; So ld4haing-bee: :; i invited by:.both, politi Tes OI'app Dted some rS month nce'

Jjibtre is impudence enoiigh,in jronr last.let- fay reminiscences of the past ? .Did not seems: they are sometimes ministers of justice the V women scampered, and the )BOittl' rm- cal J parties Virginia tddresatbc.. people to 'inquire. I Into :the ecelesosticaJ' eoarse of
baered 'theirreport;
'ttrif carefully husbanded to have spiced the memory of,by-gone"days cluster! around .A rogue had:.stolen :a bag. OgOIdITomV:4a.jIthe : a bles,coaldstand the 1 1.floor no loiger in little: short jj. ol r.conTBlaJoni. at Richmondinjhat State..- : ./. BiShop.Mr. d P.-Atallett'Intwdaced Ivesj having a resolutionJprecommh
: mines'and hid i it Neither We rolled on '
f1ftl.J it, hallowing' every '.,scene, and weaving -a : could' iuducebiiS* to. .. Tom'iaisedJiiawelf aPt too,hap :"I'm(taking down,'tha:census of a e1ypopulated'nelgbborbooa'utbe tf1' tio an iaereaaed commit.tee. -
threatsnor persuasion' :
I was in Athens: ;two weeks since-'Ma- spell about it that'made it holy; 'ground 1 1 I. reveal the plauof. concealment.: ,He. was, jinb1&1anCied) eacape.to be verj anz y,Bt felloW aid : ,Tnis gaw ..rise to*,yeryanimated' order and

V ry Anne! ," the; music teacher,tstnarned_ henarried thought yoa had loved it, fo7 who wu' therein at ,last'sentenced ',to a hundred- ..lashes'andthen hnt wlJ trflng.to O'le' rome dignity, Viz**) >rhen.hi swallowed the.skippery cheese.j, whi mcr h"debaie AIr;Collins.npoathe;Mr..M&llett'-Mrt', point'of Haagh, ia .
.f ii that be would be'let off with I such afiguTt.and in ebaplixhtJ V
Athens his" informed ty..1Iom
'Mljtf hasp particularly! own estimation traveleight mites' Suan /and Mr;'Badxtfparticvpated.
fina
If )1(
{ 'Burr-Waverlyj Strong *" -- > te would teIlsiatb had VYe roared louder tn4D ever, undTTom, > : elephant can -? ton, V
: left account cftbe death of her. mother 1 ,as,'cate'RfrcTh! ? But you are, cone.! thirty;.provided: it wenoVu8e3iIoedVintbe ..CbOUSLu ,' uo- boor and carry bis trunk bow fast cold bego .' 'Tbere: olatM>a"was'withdrawn,'and '
on ,with 4be gold but he. refused." Thethirty mug "
. The Ancient 1"have' done ; from &eer ex! 'if beLlied a''little 'darkey carry U for Mr] Mallett' Amoved .dispense: iththe :
City most
and Sater;.Mr .J.tB.Oxapitui 'is ill; and undergone lashes.were indicted, b ,t.hI."as""still we were compelled lo top, '. ji1., .
V "Academy of":fcc, Ut; o\v 'under the sSegeJ.: nd V Wo.taken. by the Greeks, pr etiibnonvas a"mulei" : V V haOstioia.V ,..g., ;, J? '|./", .basktheDaBo9.o- : . r adingofthepottwbicbmotiowunnyablydebaled bjT.ihegeaUeman; abort naxried. :V
rather Amps, and Eneas- ke, have V u&wa5ibenhtriptree naked and tied to a!. He eJ.-ha1'JDg hosfled oa&partoIiisgannentsix13were4 ; jt.iSollylo.tbiaktbat cab makepork.outof
- direct control MiaS.HaniUton.aBd ski i isranre you \ you and by Mr.thuds and the :-'.Mrv Smedes.
capable' _IQPii than u'o wandered forth to seejf joarjortune! .on, the went: at The him;mo and quiu lesstbab>es with Jbeir three',long hourS hills be Qf. Ho.Jt.happeocdn: cnttJe" fii' Kfr : :tWbC&VI (I r'-;, or become a shoemaker Tbe-mothra was lost by'%yote"ol20 to 7 of

shores'of Latiarn Let his fl11flIU'nijinaa bY-dr. kinksberobber. the cle irj and 9 to 9 lthenot rishea,there
the Oipitos';J; B'. attend to.the Manet,, ., adventniresprove. tilt. was tOflTd4WthVVVbk$0d.r .':..Writhingvapdtrembling : Wbyoasee : r ti door;and > .>'''t' < ...V.. being a concurrene ofr oororders.. '. V
; MIw Todd' is'TheTeacheTi &.wPg f\ :f' V. s ',- tOm bead to fool with exquisite trapt:1bere-IboIaecI.tJrei w} at.kind..of.. .essence doeSa younginaa
_
and Mr*.O. to the children ; V V : yeoanI.knewJt.waa.czll4rtd The doors wete.tbc cJVosVndthe .
le'JiDie p \
: .IOtcW .
V You f' propjwe, to"includeyonr.Jlo/in'm torture ne exdaimedj Jntie:mej and I.will thiFitjDiak.nZ* ike wheqJt t pops the; lja.estioa1acattie : -
:
- PP ;; i"9 a 'P.jy 4 ; :oIt aWl &to: pr ibi1Iirf_: ".; ; ;
e it iJ .. :iDnbt tell yoa where it..."- \"TIrstwta_ theiplqo.tPht :" : 'tatth l '"q A.,11 ;' l :.' ffo' < '. .
'I tbe pspjls 1iuM.t" : ag9t> i, ., _. .f. _. ..A, V where b J 'br'u'b nSl'.oWA1 slN"lr. : read Dytelool$8teJO. ';' ;
ejourAVSome '
1 ZVk : V V bep'! J.am- not' going to-jaiy' anythingf of the.party.then,with rtmijjht, WWSDS. eptpfthe aia 1'' ',WaaL-y 'tJ a eDI1ed'tbeMningeouzarn i1-'GOfr. _\;..-...; ',.'"--.t. .,! .:F.. i. boutbich.wah.aiij1'".r : ,." _!S'- ( :
= boUttIt 1i L't'.tW._ SV 'i- V
't l 'recollect :, 'while c OthtVSntWhhtetbeeulprit itkide Ioft11 your4ert re abdi fbncy berJ ." V .
: I yo3ir : warnc&4bE etUl IjUBgry,. mosquitoes, JH :

I ."..t'ok-t.; ; _. .....' r'Wf'..{.1J'01.It,- ;.qvd'f.I'S';1..:.' ar'ra, ." consideration"_"*, _.j 'of;.the":;.. g im had' directed and re lath ti oiee l bBcItl eye'yt h ff1eetlflbetaDd OLIet& 4ri.tf. .abnrec. ..Qein}" _" ."eQart.__ __T>. .\ 1.) ..'-t.',,..rI..ihi MioifBei. _, : .'. :"...;F'S:.c f :(.':
i cOviredihe : He wairtben 4jieaddowflrwy; V V VV : .: ?'. A-
MI bag o gold; nntiedwashed V "
.. : "
: .puaanX.Ui't'i"_ ; : "," wtaikr.'l; tB .jaaJjrVaajrir- rere3EeMfyXjftl with'coldwaterr, p."itt.uo r:, IIUth1IUZ whegenOTtsttiuVZ ;- of the brnee Emperor.wns great 1 'iI.Wr.ii'di tnet. .
pVyQQt.y&l6 $ i>f & !&i* ffij\ a4heJpe4JOb mm $ Whol _I: )- : sfate'ileOPIMtth J hes&w::: .. _. 1- '
, ; groor : li.dpfhu.&whilt.ba);. if talking : .
h
-\ 'i .'' .. itlii'115 ,. ." "!V ed"upon of Tbe ., krjiji. MLI
V. -* : hiai the appellaUon 1Itbaa&FeVapoaipeQDrer
_. .L 'b JF..t
- ,':. .1f : V "IUp IBiPt uot -.. .. 6 to''_: '111'1' ut4EIt:4Cello7tS : 4U& aDY b Q." mtttUVU **f; :
.. ..-' JIIf "' 'I : ( 'aS VitvWr _.
U1M4 ] .
"f.r. -
; -
3 % 8S& ."
: "t .Jf' au. L..Ii t S -
Cat/OT&L ; 'c :
It18". ? ; So
I :
n ,*a v :
.
.
t'1 .\
!
,
'
'
L"
< ,' : tJ ,' t : < i:3
'
-t- -At .
: ; ij r:7'A -
'u'f' ..' ,, -,9 ,, ,, : : .
.' ,,' A.h. ,,: .!- ._ .,:. < '. ::;:: ,
'! > ,. :
p : ;
< .
,
> .. v ; .. 1. 't:::- V J'::: V. .V ': CV.: V V ', "

.' I .- V V V L Ll74



4.
V
$
a .*= V V ::'. ? : V :: -.i:: ." :'-' -'' '-: f. fi



> ".; ,/. 1

.. : '. :!, T: :.,'- 1.

4ft: J. -
.: I .
.

{ \ ._"I .-' -,- -. -, : .,;->t t"i -_}.'. ,:.L. ;' .;,. j.'.-.j' .., ". ,.t..11 -.. 4&-."' .1' ...-,'. '.-, : -. --. ,. .- 00- 'y -.t. ; 1'. ..< 't'

., I ./VowAt Jfftte Fed Exfrtu. -i- ;' 10 ; I ; PN' '.''1 ", ." i nDf' ',L ,- -'',:t': ., 0, ... DAitBP Bi. Kf :l1 nucivnu MteresWv6fa ryons aiate,'*, "W l.i1i Ij..". ... 'f7 c
V'efen sj* ;-j ., _,_ *" *" -
'J YX' ; v i*?'-#-1* *" '' j XES m;N.tr 1 1Ut._
The GazetteOf the 2fth May speaks d o 60,40ijlefend and ; d.i' 'jtir;de vclei -. 4 J V
-
Isthsrii a.ais aad $.th.isG.sig.. jour colors; :ifl| o .= .. a conseqaenee L'.
The Mobile verj tJhe :wmefimd projecteJilanlc k.tbconsttetioajydu; roay.becerteln to "ij1bJ OK-II .o.-.V.JL:r.'B'L' 1i '' c Ma. Da w-Dear.:Sirl .. '
(.} Herald exaggerates ejoicjngly j c't-r---------: ... 0 e t'j jgtipletloaXor b. hjr:1h .
it seems to vg wUf .all.Northern Aboiltloo road tofAlabama ; '" *: find as in.the:street :agaia't" tTremettdousaiidJbnRcoritin :,3 J- : .of the winter-like i for; trltbth .
: ally- ? .v : h J ,, fts 'yaf; JD r ;J. ', 8'5i1fflJ \, even1:the,commencement' t : :cpot mercury.
fa
:
JiI"tiJ. ; movements the more to exasperate the :The cry-. has been'" bthe_ rescue,,t :the Cries of'order the edappUusftjoaf. "& .\ grealTrailroadrwhich".has beijorao'I9ng a at 40y and cloaks; overcoats, te; I in ge&efalise

I ; South into secession,nullification,resistance, rescue,11 and noble baa been the response..VA: -.- "Th,;.President. o.r Right.Sf ourWrdacontain'provocatioru .' ._:.At the,;time;.of :;our 'goinj topT time proIect l across: the 'Peninsula confi* very naturally,,causes .in _Jleridian
revolution.: :
This ,ii'neither patriotic nor spirit worthy of the best days.of Castile andArgn J.call you to order i .a 53 *n d,for'somelfiiteeh hour* previous, dent will i -when completed, be connected who finds himself tons Lnpleafantly sMJsjtmanrfeelings .
: tkonorable.. 'la Massachusetts, the Abolition wortbyofScolaid,.of Albion,,Of : Ut !!, .r .--
',: and Democratic Coalitionists; in consequence land of Dikes and of thl tand of I M. Girardin submitted tbe8eety'of ,i were visited with.:a'copious and constant by Uteral: roads with'the fertile counties r of ,egietatUghiful ;baring wr early
of their,unnatural since the President,'although:he., not r' ra Theiblightihg: :;; :dominion: which: old biwhichwiUbe '
f :; 4. .. .. coalition begotten an reyo ution has been'roused to action, and h.i5Ty! been' of the East and Iiddle, the results ukeah derarturefronitbegtnyafti de. .
having drawn '
i., : election 'of he. Legislature, hare seeming by a interrup- has kept over the realof:of nature for.a '
I our ltnd reemed-isentbrl- tion.. ,., : the first great'stev Florida will hive {[ clime whtch-biTba*soto : .e J .
-
.. ' V :; Na reaaonanielBttTr i inoiiwt-Ja! *_*:ifL had coals,of fire upon ,heas".theirity SOUTH'CAoLqtj, Sthizti;; > .
r. t Daniel Webster were a candidate""I\Jfj tefDOJ. -:I.- ba disappeared and. ,now'ad -Greenville (S. C.) 'Patriot' hai.,'pnblisbed. .a t ,_ : these we'may remark, the General Government : Journey from. e_ .me3AtG J tL *

r .. ,. .or for the Presidency,there; b; an4,I 1 1of ( SCi,A friends : The road to prosperity lit of the'names of the J largest'slaveholders "Weefer-adTertlsers'to;: ;the! terms 'should add Its !legitimate eflorts in'opening section of the_ UOoD',;)renders. the: traveller .

11, course' his>'principles) too, would be elec*' tfi. ms" newSuC:: ::clear-plain .before! South Carolina;'all;of. whom are: understood st ding cU our;last,page, and would 'sug- i ':those facilities' navigation on ourcoast the possessor of, much .that w interesting.

ted and selected by.. decisive: majority.11'Massachusettaeven ; U The book forTr \jfl.CflPtIOfl' \ t be opposed to dsioo; 'Te"P. g( 3t to advertisers f.'buaiQess cards that, !if ,which'.our internal progress would' so amusing,and instructive- "If time"would
: as it i is, for the first to the Plank Stock. ;was.opened oHlyl:I-ioTi.ItJ J l! literally,ad : discontinued- will '
R" .taby islxihem i they notify ceiled at the avail elf of' tEe
The lands would gladly '
time for some years, has this year refrained upon lat and enough has already that the largest'tl rave I<:errarrr6nirgthgthe naturally require. permit my
: 'f" .. from re-adopting any sort of antislavery! red *' been .nbsrbe'to insure; the building of the State on"to'secession' 'The-: lesion U i1;:.otherwise, they wfl1Thi"contiuiue4 until I last i session of'Congress as swamp and overflowed ,. privilege extended me by :.your generous-

.botutOnP.t2 road. rejoice'at the ,spirit movement-'is urged'o(chiefly.by the Downers t / bid at and ,in" proportion: to the rate .lands should also be placed. such self'andnote: downsuch, incidents, 'lDisht'It

It "'. 'There' are two .classes of: papers, one which ba beel manifested; it is an .earnest' of a few slaves. who -pretend'that such a t arged.. With the first number of.our'next state as to. be: available to our incoming prove of interest the general reader. .But. .
South and the other North two of which until : .
,
be
that there no flagging' a com course is in defence slavery. -
are now before us : the Mobile Herald and munication both easy. and expeditious, will 1 MMMMMMWM ,> M 'f >1omewe'inten, tQ"e..mnge' them, andS population, as:they:will probably'comprise I-wfllleaetlieinddensfor, '; :. .. IOme/. fiiri.letter '-

. .' ;.. the -" (Mass.> (we omit the name, be opened into the heart of Alabama' aconnexion Tax GBEAT 'RKPOBLIC/:'-The, pr0pectu-. bstit te handsomer and larger type for the I drainable'linds which. .might De_;made' the. : ,.and proceed. to. a "'brief statement of

; .. '\ because .in.two. articles just received 'are formed which will eventuate in of.the,Treat. Repu6lic, .a new': magazine of : h Codings.: most productive i in the State: J izctL"1. .

1W ,' ,'t;'. signs of returning reason-both inculcating pouring into Pensaeoia l a commerce that-will progress and reform, is.issued .in WahJng. We have a new and handsome as."Ortment., The acts of bur General Assembly contemplate You:have doubtless many days'since i noticed
l 1'1, : a ..species" Chinese military tactics, tofrighten'off enrich, not only her own citizens, but'fromthe ton and for its .
: proposals are invited 'Job Type on .h nd.with'which,we ire of Common --Schools' in I accounts of'the of the PreSidentor
system tour
the enemy, that is, the eternal,, 'facilities afforded ,add greatly to the from associations ,of 'printers in a .
everlasting sounding of a frightful 001 G.: wealth of the noble state ofAtab ma. New. York. f illy prepared_to..execute all Job Work., the' State.:. These we :consider, of first'importance the:'United. StatesVith; a portion (his
. r' i: '
'
When a Chinese General sees the enemv :- .y ICE CREAM.' ,'and shall' bail some efficient action Cabinet _through this .State. ''Well. thi
; he orders the to be Execution, of Harden. ,OUTRAGE .
coming, great big ON'AN'AaicANVisif.-The
gong It will be'seen that Mr. CAPELLA has I on this subject, by the"State. : respectable county, situated as it it i in the
incessantly beaten to scare off the column I Our readers.will, remember the accounts brig Lady Chapman;, 'arrived.at Baltimore adunnistra'I
f '
. fA advancing. So the Mobile Herald teaches which we published some weeks since of z. from Cienr egos, reports that the: 'ship'J?. jened his Ice-Cream Arbor,\which will be tion.of General Assembly, : I extreme western portion of the State, las

the South that they must scare off the North I murder committed, Wahington'c0nty, Jymiar, from New-York, on coming into the unda' 'desideratum. .Its location forms a .gratification. _' honored.!by a visit from these.',dist npis td I

, i from its disposition to aggress by beating; Ala., by John B.. a negro \\hoa .port of Cienf egos, received a shot through, leasant walk from anyp "of the:;town, menand;: it.was.'the occasion'of tfie')aiD ng
. the slavery going of secession, resistance, he had stolen;with other property, from agentleman her side:from' tliefortwiththztany: .warning It is occasion 'for us to express
[nd the Cr will amply the visitor a proper nut of the Eood People thereof en tna.ui.:10
nullification ; and.the-(Mass.)- in :Florida. From the correspondence having been given. It beinR;:after sun. set. .un- repay 'and" the -
resorts to the nposite tactics, ot scaring me of the Mobile. Tribune we btain the was,the only excuse for the act. a bit,of trouble. to our subscribers and patron n?, to take.a look more particularly at, the- members -.*,

'1' South by beating the anti-slavery gong. sequel of the tragic affair. It seems, that rr. On the retlrn.trip" a glass ot SoJa Water many friends.who.have' -shown-us by letter of the Cabinet'j the President himself

, Both tell us, in substance, unless we keep Harden \a: arrested ir Shelby county,' Ala. The Equestrian Statue of Geri. Jackson, a ACOSTA'S completes the regimen conducive and in person'their'.manifestations' of 'goodwill being an: j-resident* of the' :adjoining county Xi
F constantly in the altitude of a. fight, and The writer which is one-third larger than life, weighing '
says:. for thanks.
our success, our unfeigned
Jo cool rest. of Eni well knownto
a .tiighfs ., was and"i intimately
I sound the gong,the South will override andFi3' 25,000 pounds, and made of brass cannon
enslave'us Northern men, and the North Henry He was carried, Ala. from A Shelby.counfy, to condemned by Government, is to be placedon G0DE'r'SL&nr's' BOOK for July has been It baa been .our endeavor to furnish them a a large number of the citizens_ '.of Chau-
sent
'Ii; willoverride and liberate from slavery all from Milton county, Santa Rosa delegation Fla.to was the pedestal In Lafayette Square, Wash- readable'paper, and'to Co'as much usa multiplicity tauque. 'The reception that these sjentleineViriet

1 colors and all classes of Southern men. The him from the authorities county in and get ton, opposite the President's House, on the has early received.
. ta gongs do scare 'a great many, at times, and bring him to Milton, which \ Alabama. 4th of July._ irettily engntjed rural frontispiece. It con- would allow, in maintaining our common the State was cordial and bigbT1enthtWai
often really alarm all moderate men, lest the ains als a well-designed illustration, "The
terday he was executed 'Milton by the Spain has sent to the Crystal Palace a principles.- Most of our subscribers com tc.? At every point the demonstrations of
sections standing in attitude I
1 two by so long an people, withouta The who'as. Church Porch "The Fair Equestrj. "- "
trial negro most superb collection of deadly weapons. ;j" menced with the establishment of our '
I i ; of fight may really at least take to sisted him, belongi respect and, attachment were 1mi:arid
Joseph others of of Toledo colored plate giving the style of riding '
1"orsyt1"a Among are a pair rapiers L
jfi; fighting in earnest. The grave, sober reader and have continued 'steadily ever least
also hung at the time paper, without the .
same hearty, tinge of'senility'or
) manufacture. One of them to handle and I
as labit The Little Family and an ide'altching.
Mobile Herald j"
the have
bId of on/tf can scarcely May 30th, at 12 1-2 o'clock. He confessedthe ; ; since to :susmin it. Their efforts .
that most of the Northern sheath, is fashioned into the shape of a silver 'generous man worship;"while, the bearing, of thehigh
doubt want .
men
I a crime and said he richly deserved death, When sheathed it forms a complete : in obtaining subscriptions and advertisingwe of the '
serpent. functionaries government
: j' the slaves in and about Mobile was.
all to cut .
for he has been a villain all his life. He had circle but when drawn the In answer to an inquiry of the publisher,
throat of white and exquisite again solicit, and shall duly appreciate.In arid Democrats
; the every man, woman, wives living and had killed sixteenmen numbers dignified courteous, afikble.
twenty of the steel! it did refer to the opening s
to at we
temper causes straighten say we
ii;': child there, and to burn down their houses and all he was sorry for, was that he once., Some pairs of pistols, in .wroughtiron of the and admiration of the naturally.acerbated state feeling and Whigs united with. equal. zeal to'do
over their heads; and the not less grave, sober was not to live long enough to kill year, expressed our with fellow citizens, on the the '
permitted damascened over a'gold ground, are \ many.of our honor to illustrious( viitorS. and with
I reader of only the-(Mass.) heir beauties but we ,have not a copy.ofour
four and the Jack ;
must feel as sure that the Southern-people more. negro were worked into magnificent designs, and are I questions that agitat the North 'and South, the exception.of'a little impertinence! on the I
I both hung to one tree and burial in one containing notice to send at this
grave. to the art of Cellini. paper .
i : i 1" 'are only a race of big blustering braggarts, Repentance and.remorse were strangers to equal of Spanish embroidery Splendid shown specimens [time. a press which proffers devotion,to the Unions part of some two or three,ditly'i abolition

. I nounding the'r Chinese slaverjTgongs finally him. He said his father and brother: were I. seeing which, it is said that are ladies who, on | and which would fain still believe our Union Seward prints the entire'press' 'along" .th ir
: I to scare us into submission, into slavery both hung. He refused further confession i the of national Southern '
any work in Berlin wool and crofcAe/ may throwaway The "Republican. bulwark. and safety, route behaved in 'the most handsome and
. to: them and obedience to their dictation. .
.- Hence the North here is advised to tandwith I families, as be:who would implicate many beads and of their needled and hooks in d! l'air. The present volume of the "Republican"closes will not be warnjly-received by many who liberal manner. .

II- first ready to knock ovi-r the South would thereby pase many respectable widows and, orphans. BOSTON., May 30. I[ with theJ\'o numbers following the honestly believe continued fcrbearance to be The'sn cc6es matte by President Filhnore.

LtI .and-the South tbere with first ready to knock -, [present issue Thefourth volume common- uuvfcrthy, and will encounter the spleen of '
George Thompson the English abolitionist and by 1cssr-! Webster, Crittenden and
.
I the North This kind of
E1(
over braggadocia '
, He met death without a shudder, wasps ces the 3J of next. It is intention some who. are, inherently jaundiced to the.
i made a'speecb to the Anti-Slavery Convention on July our Graham have bad .
is now the chief peril of our future peace.Both4 cool cucumber He of powerful and convincing
t sections will become in earnest if they nothing as lie a bad done,,, .and said repented that he yesterday afternoon, in Bpylslon to make some slight improvements in the virtues of our system of government.!. These. effect' on the public .minJ. The true

f have too much practice on the The Hall, about three hundred people being pre. typographical of the at however, have'tbeir organs, and can give
p stages. would, if turned. loose, be as bad a ever, sent The subject the "American Colonization .. appearance paper national spirit that.they evinced,.btt every
. .: Mobile Herald often inculcates another i if was that time and devote their discontent without restraint
not worse. Vie only request be had to to our columns to the vent to ; occasion when called address
idea-that Societrvhich Mr. T. denounced upon, to the
.' ,, 1avariteecession Northern commerce now -binds commerce the North,only make be, wa wished not to 10 be be put hung to and torture. He as the. spawn of two abominations-the [!same objects which have marked the course and, catering as we are for another class thousands assembled to' listen to'their .trutb.uleloquence'faU

to the Union, and that the Northern agricultural sid buried. v decently church and the- devil. Garrison and the ''of our paper since its' establishment. Our we shall continue to afford them a channel ( d not produce a,wonderful .

classes are hostile to the Union ; or, .ours r respectfully. Rev. Mr. May also denounced the Coloniza. |'leading object'since that time has been to through which to exercise the prerogativeof effsct.. The'truth isl find.tha:.the

what i is the Rime thing, of the school of Tike Cola JUorcment. tion movement.' The meetings of the Abolitionists ''sustain' .the Whig party in East Florida,-and independent thought. In pending con -
have attracted very little' attention intelligent, thinking portion of the in
!
Seward and Summer, only for a Union which The New York since people
HeJad'wbih paper here, and their audiences are thus contribute our mite, to maintain its,"a." troversies in',our section, upon the questionof '
they can construe' as they understand it, according its editor dined Goveror General chiefly composed this region of country .ire becoming daily
to "the higher law" of their own of the Island has been very decided in itspposition of country people. 'cendency tbroughouf"--the Unionbelievingtbat the.right.of secession, it is altogether_ more and more sick.and tired of nltraismof''

I if peculiar "consciences. Hence the southern o to the cause of the Cubans, thus THE ANCICKT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY. in general the policy of that party has certain! to,.which side Florida \\"ol1ld.incli e.. any and every-.description. -and .the" Union-

agriculturists are told they have no security notices a late transaction in New York. The -The famous military corps, of Boston been most conducive to the national pros- Nor do we now stop to inquire. 1C 'by dint :
Florida is welcome visitor
man
a
in such Union and the secede editor among .
a quicker they says:
I which has just elected Gen. Caleb parity, character and of and
'I it the North- "Last Gushing as stability. We- know argument inflammatoryappeal, -a the Constiul of ,
from better more especially as Friday furnished another significantfact its commander oQ-loving. New,York
era [Union] Commerce cannot much longer in l ttude. Mr. Webster having was America the first and regularly organized that measures'witb which the Whigs have majority of our.people should be. found to An astonishing change has'been wrought in

protect them from Northern [Disunion] Agri relinquished ._to hold the CIeo considered company as the germ, of all, the military may be in past times_been prominently identified,are endorse :the dogmas secession, we shall this regard within ,the" past .year. Where '

culture. Etra that steamer,was surrendered to the organization in New.England. The for the present in abeyance, and by some pride ourself on being an humble, exponentof '
t! It is' true that Northern Commerce of claimant Mr. John original one year ago a-southern Dan .wu- looked
L. GSulliyan
,
very it charter of the
company is dated in 1638, and considered absolete, in view of the morevi- the views of the minorityclaiming"ihat'tolerance !
,
. 414, f> bound to this Union by the strongest links one the leaders recently indicted, the members upon .withdistni'stid hatred,he.i*now at
t numbered
'if", self interest well who original twenty-four. tal and ponderous issues which are dividing and respect which minority is
of but
; of as as patriotism, regaining possession opened a bas once the object of confidence ,and..brotherlr
it is"not true that this Northern Commerce kt of ebapane and consecrated one bal LOXDO*, MAY'23d political ranks, both North and South. In entitled to. Even if outnumbered,we shall love. A has taken
does not a of the North it 'aud sealed the the North find healthy jlublicsentiment:
I represent majority up THE GREAT ExnIBrTIoN.Thenumbers we men arrayed against the confide in our minority, as composed of materials '
ern public sentiment,or that the Agricultural half for the consecration to the future. Thetoasts who flocked to the Crystal Palace'yesterday Constitution. laws,'as things subordinate too inflexible surrender'their the, place! of the excited and feverish'state'of
rightof
Northern classes are in opposition to its drank were in favor of liberty and'all were greater than ever, and 3,512 was their feeling which then prevailed. Thecounsels .
Commerce. These interests are identical, struggles for it; aud for "the Union, aud 'a taken at the doors. The sale of season tickets to own presumptuous criteria of'right construing our government .according. of 'sedate, reflecting; and upright men

and cannot be separated. The division of little more of it," meaning the annexation of amounted to 279, and the v'totaUreceipts and wrong. These are they .who set conscience the dictates of their own reason.. are heeded to the exclusion the i
'I Whig" and "Democrahas often enabled Cuba. were 3792. From all the accounts we abovelaw, and with them are found .inflammatq
receive '
L Northern Abolitionists This last sentiment The Augustine Ancient City (which ought ry harangues and d declarations fiery fanatics .
the by a coalition satisfies us of the spir. ;the success of the :undertaking in'a coalescing political-traders and in effect
with one or the other, to obtain temporary it and determination of those who are devot- commercial point of view,and,with referenceto traitors who have to complain less about our people withholding and1 miserable; 'demagogues.-.and' :the '

f political trumphs and to command Abolition ing their labors to excite discontent and insurrection exhibitors, is likely to be quite as great dissolved .connection. I 'their support from home prints'especiaIysecession questions which. so':recentlyproduced 'the.,
North. Hence Sumner's in Cuba and' have with the old parties, for the gambling chances .
here
we a key as it is now certain to be financially and
and greatest excitement: seldom broached !
i election to' in Massachusetts. : their decisions with the future. with of dishonorable disunion prints,) comments'upon are and
t Snat t t regard to the Royal CommIssion: preferment with the fanatical -
: Hence' Ch an Wae from Ohio. (The The scheme agin ls'p yet abandon-_ Many of the most remarkable contributions herd. Thcsecmbinedfornt a _bur brief paragraph,in which.we, said there is'a: calm, philosophic 'spirit; To be.

+ last, by way, yet demonstrate his ed." have been bespoken ers.when which party Mr.Webster should be judged by lila ads sure: uthefcos are-not aft dead yet," but'tbe i

r c,.. Abolitionism practically, if he is of f, .that 'The editor think that'the firne of the the display terminates au lurch orders' against a great national party in the towards'the South, and not by,his.words at are'so-wcmdrous scarce'that it would requhVan ;-
I ) These however, are saw Government have been founded North opposed. The,.Nationals .are .engaged
sol cobtions soth snake, given, on examples excellence Buffalo or elsewhere,again plays the custodier unusual amount of energy and peiienr.'
.cI abut in North.They have ba I.ot kie'it," and be'is opinion'that the in the various manufactures'. in the,work of maintaining the Laws, '
. of.Southern r gbl.aDd takes itself ance to'fin4 them out.
the bubble l is
day- pricked, upon
adit wl scattered about in nriouspar duced. There is every reason.: to'.believe,! honoring the Con5titution-no :,only 'that '
; ; not :'Any attemptnow in of the will therefore that' falsely to.laY: .- :But more of'this anon..
, rfor. country, be drawn together ..exhibitors will be amply re-, their own common'obligations 'be .
i. to f Whig or Democratic parties on again at a favorable time,'and another attack munerated for all their outlay and, trouble' may acquitted "We regard these 'repeated attempts .of The special election! in> thoseSetra1'

I- hostility to the Compromise Bil or anyone made upon his friend Concha.and his "ever in the increased custom and reputation.whichthey ] -but tbal justice may be done to:.the the Republican mislead its: readers'on the districts:of.this State to the'vacan'
,I of .will result in the uter of faithful11 subjects. He thinks the inrerregnnm will secure. South.. This'party require'countenance and true position :.Northern statesmen of its snppry

tbe'party that makes -attempt, because contingent on the Presidential 'election be. 'The Great' Exhibition ..haskilledLevery a helping::hand-IN THE SOUTH., With: .the political! party as .a gross attempt at imposition. ,cies occasioned by the resignation'of.twelyi
i three-fourths of the people stand upon the tween the 7th of November ;else. The Court ;: ." anti-canal democrats off on"
.. 1852 and the thing the. lwo-Houses of abolitionists', banded against .them :; ,., came Tuesday
laid down in President Fillmore's they
principles 4th of March, 1853,will be Parliament the :
favorable '
a nobilitytbe'gentry'. the We aJt'tbe "l laSt and he result shows that but two or
,' message "acquiesence"in them a"final," time for the movement. He thinks'the commonalty, the army;"the police carriages,, find no "aid and comfort" among. Southern : l9fiybostiUtofihapa.persornething'like ; '
.j' unless time and experience sbal demonstrte next Presidential election is certain go to cab's and omnibuses 'all dancing attendance men-no piJJar'.of fire kindled by fraternal the rag in:.PUll cb walking three "ortbe. ,Fttgitire Senators' have been

I some necessity a ch nge. ever again, the House, and that for a time the country t upon it. The shops are unfrequented bands to'light their hopes, but/instead the i stilta. We observe ,the following! ;in returned. 'Enough:Whigs and Canathocrats

1. II a in Massachusetts of. and, an Aboltio Coalition \iI be virtually without any effective gov. The places ,of public, amusement are.com- cimmenan gloom, of.'secession and :devolution I. a late number of the Savannah Republican; : have been' elected to insure the pas,
: made 'becomes
up Whigs will be no disposition to paratively deserted. Even the bf *
ernment-a railways and iftbat the Enlargement bill, which is .
we quote the : a source
their
"t sufficiently'powerful, its very existence will "take the responsibility" of. pulling downan lose'their summer excursionists Hampton sacred case i is lost,and tbe charm Ancient'City may '
4; dilJ all old Whig and Democratic organization infraction of the neutrality, law during Court and Greenwich exhibited in vain'theifbpree ; of! .their lofty; purpose and of the'watchword distinctly,say (!if jt will I),whether i if.'",tak5ng"grouhd of Very great gratification' to tha friends of

'I V and merge them th in a party based that period. Least of all, says hewill the cbesnuis in' bloom and their. whitebait, of( JJnivn i is broken,- .Tbjj'is; :'tbe. Northern .. ":Jn, fayor. .secession.". ,Its answer'will Internal improvements throughout State..
Jf J Upon the Union principles of "the Georgia Presidential candidates wish to commit themselves .in'season. I / The course'of the resigning Se Crs".ba.
superfluous to
?
to which 'we'accord boJy who
party. our heartfelt Godspeed any
Platform. The Northern .
Union sentimentis ,
j.
) .
( to any course ,on the The tall in '
. I t now ptrotic sound, national. .Mr. Webster indeed, this Cubaquesti n is subject made, unles. tlung plant in neighborhood.Hyde Parkhassinothedevery The and witbwhich, we'shall endeavor to reads Its columns, but. tw1lbabIy.con.: met with a'signal 1 rebuke and,a_great qne-'

.!.. his Union speeches in the principle for party tactics.;&'. New hibition is :'London ; the' Exhibition is Ex the- maintain_a'fraternal I' Union,.:and to"' uphold l vict; itofmore. than :one. :"gross attempt at tion of.State 'policy' i is irrevocably settled.

.i her of the Abolition regions of New York Parliament; it.is the British empire which i our columns shallbe i imposition":" I: beg leave most respectfully to refer your t
;
,. have'there been to with A SCENE.IN FRENCH ASSEMBLT._In ; it is ;; sincerely devo- w '
f It j1.i I an ad they that shows responded the ..people at the course of the TH debates-oni the' .M.; house and Home' ; it is drawing--room and ted._ '( *With this- party do we 'consider the_ "Vu'e regret.,to observe that the Sf. Augustine -' "democratic" readers, ;who' lire usually' so

I'; ;; enthusia t "e'und... Morin.moved that,ibe members b 22 sttidy;?.it" j i parterre,'- conservatory'', and present administration (as far v .as it can show 'Ancient City' is taking ground i in loud-mouthed about the.abolitionisth' f all
r bea to renew motions for the vision pJtpmenade-; : is park and club;'it.is. shop favor of secession The poison'has rreceat
1 Jt teems to us now the part of duty and of the'con. ana bazaar, theatre, favor to any party) identified, and to it, are further:than spread northern whigs,lo the: result( of :the
picture-gallery! .its
;; .t. wisdom in the presses of both sections of the stitution monthly, witho \vaiting'the de % ; Mr. : probably disseminators congressional elections! i iQi thuSe .- I
1; ::1 exerting their influence to allay lay of .six months, required by the .rules of orama'--every' 'thing, m: a ':0', \fPlch' a Fillmore''and. Mr.Webster; pledged in dreamed-infinitely farther than the northern '
UnioR'1 b ; man or a'womalTants in The result shows tbe'election of THOMPSCOT |
people!
'r J Passion the House. .' thMmetropbIis sentiments worthytobc. inscribed -in..goM.W believe. The 'Ancient. City,'
t1t .k' ectecional, g prejudices.I passion! that bfi been, Laclaudure opposed the proposition The small possessor for.of cabs'or,a.ieason" ticket, 'with a therefore gjve our cordial support to the after p'i.nti.ng.out. the.advantages'"of secession (NationanVBig)over PAI"UT(Tree-soHer,)
for is as viotating the 'Constitution. Now he surplus ,J..n default thereof, says: and of Ran j democrat
AZ not in administration Robert ut lr--FrtNoi(
many years a
rising 'quieted a good pah fegs. is for' present confident thai,\'e.C'I If ,
day ,but it must be quieted, or the" would tell the different parties who advocated .set.jip the season.THE'NEW one"State secedes rio human'power '
will;perish under i.t. The Constitution country and the revision, that it was hot in the interest not}only sustained. ,by,the.noble:Whig!; (party can prevent the disruption: the Union It ) over UFHAM' XNational whig.) Ran-
of the Orleanists >bbmoNS'TO'THE.CAPITOt-- of.the Union, but.by.. ,i necessarilyfollows hat the South foot recently came. out in'oppo'sition 'to :the
the Union can'ftd any amount of' mere Lgitimist ,:or. inbers. .'of-Indepen will! .take
,' w party kttea any straggle of mere pecuniary party, Govrnment was so actively j The correspondent of the..Chanlestol! jGjur'iiet dent."Democrats'* who! with a patriotic fore< one side and the North the other," *' Fugitive_ ,Slave! Lawy by which means s he revceived'tbe

of ;. they cannot.stand. the array Napoleon laboring-It BonaparteTvho was in the inte wished rest of.M. LuIs says' ; ;; : '- ._, '-,, / eight(have. ;.forsaken. ;the J political.Baal;;..to The. u Government .ailYertisemenlaseem; ?!! sup"port 'of. the' Fr --S s1 'aTthough'be >,

._- Jctioraparies'they and organizations.5 exists but.-in uate authority.. :'All the'public to functionaries perjiet- It 'i ie"1 .suggested: that the :President worshTp at the.hallowed-sbrine of; the Constitution to be. an eyesore to our.St elfthe.U.ion will,hasten the decision'and ,.
the
j: b -- :/ name; althe.wordi be but a mockery. bad,.he' aid- received" : instructions' to \ of the workso< us to : -commenc.mtht :and ;{die;;Union., In khispition, bor.. These, '". road 'phylacteries,11 .as "| to principles of,the'democracy.1*: Th

( :. .1' Nooe betr, of tbis'great facts that effect, and, they had actually taken., the l ily .the' ',corner-stone of 'tha-newedi&e be-prepared to we, 'are oiiposed ns well.to the'secessionistsof I terms 1'.them,..might i _naturally! propitiate i the defeat of .Palfrey is peculiarly jcratifyingti-

I ;J than the Syracuse Abolition CnvelloUst leld.\titb an ardor The and a boldness hitherto: on the fourth''of'JulyThecornerstdiie: of the South ;:wa:maintain the.Compromise'measures" > :Republican, inasmuch: as 'it..has" bad examples ; He made great whig pretensions previous to

't"1.: The/and ttieCharlestou'Seceision,both exultingly concurred in unexampled the tenth of December;conspiracy, ;',1848 commencedon ; ;There II the present' 'Capitol 'was: laid. by General ;as.a, whole,"-believing'.that the. of '!toadyisrar i lit FJorida, prints ..former, the'electibn_ but\eouldf n't make ii"ga
WashingtonThere are'some .
their"re were 6,000,000 of fewnowh re' South'does J'y-the recipienTis bf down: ,His principles considered too.'
;: olutions, that anti-slavery and 81 .ry.5" conspirators cried a member who were sent on that occasioli not surrender her honor bjracquiescencei 'Gbvernme.ntpap::; jun'der- were
.. .
t;' could not coexist under one R ,' ; on the Kight. "iVo,"replied M. Laclan- haIr :'a,-century- :'ago.-- '.Ger. ral VVashingtoif- orb than : :We beii v "also..tbat. nderrtha' ..",Dfmpcruticn'dispensatioh.; Judging' from highly:co/oM'anihe; h/re iTe4:. 1 Jf last

; ': a.. dissolution of the Union was the.only dure, "there were 6,000,000 of citizens more took in' : Constitution( the vohui i o' deserts,. :The'timfUSt'is.fait':annrbadi.
or less deluded.11 M. Laclaudnre' great interest: the .establishment no State-has a:right;;, to;,;secede municipalordinances.of! .o!S{.J
insisted '
?
ed remedy i'.C the; that Uolon slavery, anti-slavery'could would perish if itSby'not that such instructions had been issued by the this'"CI.Y;"a d. .the;'erection :of:"the' public from the Union i at.,will,;rthe" cotemporaneous j. Augustine t'vyhich.'often; "biake bjoad' !. \the ng when_allsuch, 'characters. WilVbe"to ) uibl

bake"'i progr, sauhIess, ibS Union was. first Ministry; andlhatthe' intrigue denounced The,1'governmetit buildings on an extensive: ,waB'at anddurable that' tme'icate, action of the Convention;which'framed that i' columns l 'of 1&'Ancient. ,(*'/;ai: tbf expense locomote with facility overMliej'sama"sort.V

dissolved. Hence' both desire to have great positively existed.,: llibi4ssemblyd: ubted poor and:without credit; 'Ajloan': 'bad, very been instrument{ ;and.the,opinion of )leading i .Southern pf,.The town.treasurywe should,, ihjnk.bur :" tracks r\\TOOTS,'fccu:.t_ .

sectional parties, and to eover their repec it, it"had .only to ordef ari fnquiry.-'":(1r'hl I authorized, and the negotiation:for; obtain. ,,Statesmen! ,.having denied that right and cbtempbrary baa also;'some. Vamty'In such' .... \ .J J.-'T : .J 'A'i'
oh the ; .! ; : '
: on ) i"-' "
.tive, such: parties;, YVboever RIght t.llaudure' ing It Holland had f tled .t -- I& t ,
lectiOQl1nt. ten 1 ,
I : The"Treasury ihattsassioitbut; a-civer for phylactenc apparel : ;' : : ti
.revolu .
( contigued his speech:, : ; ... ._
, iel tleN''JctionaLpa or amid atetrlbo. was empty and funds.couldnot be' -* -:- r: '- ; sc.I .. _> '. ,We'are.. informed
procured lion ; Go
: eS bub, and in coiiduslcfn --a'rigbtdictated'bv-! .without law J that;ha vernmtnV
ent .
'
-
patience, or favor, tber bly to'restore* uni and. tocanry"onthc: ;.public-buildings. neral ; bo' man* --n.th X, -- x."since : "/ -y A. son of Dr5Sapnders7plLyn5hfeurg .Vai. !has ordered .the surteyipff'steamer.Hetzel.tap.roceeditto
pronounced by far eislQtlgei respect. Washington then used his personal influence : approach f.eztraoi..:. ; ,
higher authority than purs. .. -arid that Jr the the M.11 1th Article stated that he should ,. ; t .tbtain1oai: aii 'of'money' 'frdui the) State?'of 4unajy.peceasity'9uldbe! ) ) .a\I loss,thoh fai.. lf1'n aftron(g.Y! 1 1.t:tbeV4iQt}; o1bo. < M uJ ;Lnlei l f ahoat tbe.irst of

Father; country an enemy ta"', ,, Morn., issue repJyJo'. Maryia d'aDd ,Virginia;.lor':the: object,'and nOldirected: bYJept 1ar tions,. find the de nchbnrgFsrgvtean, in some'comments n'i i July: extr lot thetpurpoae'pl locatinf suds

CDIf{See. Washibgtbn'a. Parewell. '. I between 'the"uutioat! ,.was it.:was not iot with pletedif'tbe'undl;thus:' obtained the.:work- ,was. propeL' .reutdj'ISr, ,be." :agjreaxonsT.tp,. of_.; "aVrrnmentor c6 fs O flb-'{ lb ttY;: ( \ Ptem6ej for a light" .hou4e' at that i j; -i *' .
P& v
between therepublic:: possibIefan4there, -, '- r't' &: : .j ,.*; ,; .ft.iirait J :'yo.. ",w.. \\of" "' '>r-thci Virginia i Couveutrob., :Tbeia'iffiultyccunred'oni -" ...< .. '." ," .-- '. ,
public impouible.Hcwai mi!.favor of the i \ o the'tb in.sti I rJ at9. ft J aarest. .
"'. 'The., Vasbing 1 conudintcf4biei. #: ? (;,anirnpenIcctoutlzneofoirviewsoftle i Toting-s qriders'rst'sWct
.T i T"'lt lEE.-Te' first, and M.Lrch.'or.tbdatt. .Y orki itw :wfite;; 'Mat.J5t follows t ing:men'and measures ';the! >'editor; MrTerryrwitk tan*Cotirirr- njT3 adriseslSputh t'Carolioa,
'oid ., : .. as :'J'he day .a* tf a % V j.
'. ceGi 'Ppo.i. ---- '' -:'-"-i**"< ?- & ---> ;*"*"?* <'>.', '.'-. ane ''when ''j 1 to await the action of tb.otbe Stales toutb
I 1 thcw.a
wo:lioif of r1 fro* New York'. city to toz couae4) battery,. :Hit. was1 not la oatbe subject f of the Florida interest claims i -ana' .',gQYemb"ur"ibix'WnZiz ,_,.D> : Bttcr'ifrfek\ 4.! >,.1__ i.--4 } A-;-. t returned J-* -- and both ( '
t :1" "D' Dunkirk ; } 'io ban5ltbpsMwdr < Tbe4Iprneyener$v'f i & -i L ?4 sjj official; I r. ; at iliff.... ". .._t" ,?.": l ., _, .f \I'- % -"-?-nr> '< .- -"j7vW cn the.iii ....
e *., CwdnnatlwithIn > fcenn-185 snd'621tisproposiotiss; : :superfluous communicated: his decision on the-Fjqnida j. t6e f& J"V' i ttceived/'seyeral wpunds, ani has ; t'ot t 1n io tile.
? .afllt1rof4,. "S if au>of IH "r.< .f- !
::J .!.fU hd iIiatao im. New except in'one*:case4- bat "is, i if it claimat Sl."ferred.JO.bl/.8ec, but lilt! d 1.. ... -. i''J -tt r5 -A-T wi'- menis.,of Carofinaoany krij aaala i .

.I 'York.- The eo t"n; !d&twenty ,was intended Jaj Exercise ure|1Qi( Jhe a.h m(1t&IQ. days';.since,' beinformaiJy i th4berne. :o:discuis ion riloce, > the it i.... !." :.'I .. :--c': ....1' l..._",,,'ot .. alon-ot foretheJnjo&' .

l o of aifafa; JUJr.t| AisemblvVUkeloope,.. of" the';|'pe. '.('( 'Gd stated ihatB er shouU jo back foradju'dica; Ub11skmen! iJIo' ,_;j j" i4 therefore, .t l'nre \.be: li4.from ,::tbebnte:f; ': C(ofagaie that ib "."h dii ler e: t1i1'L'W .
r : "
hve .
fooryaaft aO thenFederat Courts ol Florida m prtieabate'beenio 4 -
tibn-hf ?
'h ..ftJ""lw: j baJbJrI'i : | nor tseues: '
"
'
: trachea. 0.- ; &iI :>f II W"1"iD ;a sbe bJC IOIBt r, ,wbl h lt c'i it f '- -'ti ,-4; ; t at ai mtniTI' tf e.i\sf'". ,: >
.JII r I w rol4ii;
: a voice on &.$ > "I-J; : ,. ffOJe: ,. '7 <.'" "'.'' .,' _. lpepLI1&,it ., 1flh1 aiicointbebn& to1'11 '-iitJC a:1t: ihO bt.(0ri
'i: ': : ". *.;. mi $. bt1.; ; ; ;J j:; .pmrnU1ptioiiot' Ji wt-, i prpvjmenjpi U..bIJ !\ tJ 1> 11I.\m\ .. -.''' ', ', ,. "'" ,
ff i .
swann .
: '
'
H. ;: "-'tj < 'ff9. t'!1T' upoi\, Pi' tn:, dfJ.:4 ) ( ,: ., .: --, -"


.. "i"

.
e "

.f
"
I

._ ". .. -,, ., r" ,"- H _" ,';'_ _' _.... ,_ .', ',_._ --- ,. i : -, : .' :- ': -



-
-.c. .
"
.
z .litfI'Il : 5-5 S '5 SSS5 S ir: "i0 1. -t"...tt',,' <".ji."); ""' SS'S < -S-., -' -- -5 5,S 5' 55 5 .5 5, 5'5 ; 'S 54S

,p ;
1 .
.
RiIAlj _" ,'it or
[ t" 11 "It'-- S
;
OWt rSR.
.t; -'1O 1
.i ,. .
'd'- "" ,: ,.,
Art.iLuft1isiPcIiLe: S BY- Di -S- ; "'." ',., '' ." -, ." ", .-. ,- ..' ': : .'S- ; : .,
OJi.m ft '- "" : 'ST" i i _
AnTANci POTTd5 SALJS'30,000 JJALEB. ., 1DLTES. : .;t ,!* ; : J : : THET. ". ..- 4 '5 '-1&- ." ,. S

_The Pacific arrfTe4ln New York oa the hi --. .. .Vi JT*" "'*}'-'SSjpt-LCAPELA1 f 4'- ; BftTHSHMagaxine _. h< '' ., j l' ":
t
.
PnI11AXc&cFJ'l.ULLA1l0': nu. opeaW'tn tWwkr cJ-kii dW mr'fn J ;' rjo" : i' .j; "1mzr S" ;" .
HAS ;
'
S 7th,llwpnging dates from Liverpool .to the MORE $KST THEUKITHS: ,STATWautttr the Jukioifl.flot1.a' ICE CKEAM r : : : lEkS tfIg .' : ;

27ih alt Cotta -bad Improved an eighth or,Jfbict .D" Jtc Jl }lieD AttBOBwliii&.ta aitaagtd Sit OM Kceptura : "S'r'S S
uu THAT- et Tmton,&wbr raort,cxec eat Ice Cnaa '" -
KKpWK -
PV1Ii.zc'tuu'.w :
The gilcsdaring tie four ; .J.-ct."ee.'ft S
days BB
of a pcftnj 1. wflH fanubed at '
HELD tafJtom la the:. oInc'or ,'
ATTHJE'IlXmRKEn'IOllED 51ON7l.NUR
lo thirty 'thousand fairs. Six LAKD Orrices day at moderate orioea.' Dnrinr the wana weather /54Go1i'fr-- 'S
S amounted.- ,. ,ri(THE STATE or ARKANSAS AT THt the Arbor will be found cool ntreac and the : ..JI'1hUd&tHrov" Bri$. t
thousand were taken'or export and on spee- PBRfUDS HERCraiFTCS Cream delieioas re&wliment. Ladka Q .-lsekrsed'o
Dalcs."tJD..to WITT ,: reatl -, :
nlation.Tbe; ; quotations were for-Xexf-Or. ,. lien, sad families are Invited. "caJL' :_'.: I : jl addition to whfch they have recent. ". S
ly commenced the pnblleaUim of ';- ..
:1acbouiDe..Jane J9.. lawtCYORK. valaaUa ArriealtBraiworkeaUedUie
Jcans1 l2d| MidJli; -.i-J.8i to 5 l.4a*] At the Land Office at BATES V1LLE, com S ,- : -. i i [ .' H' -_ -.t. S ,.'

CornVa8 more active, ;and., TJour betterSugTI ?,i tember mencing OIl' Monday,'the ,first day;,of Sep : :FOR NEWT ., : ; Tarmeft Guide to,Scieulitorton .aiilf aai.k'S.. ,S .

I next, faiths disposal of jmMic' lands :- flE.futesmgBziBM.i'1tES.LCcyrT I : S'S .4 .. ,. .' :. .
*. very active, situated.within, .the undermentioned 0 -'IIf '
ships'and fractional town. :-nan..will hare di,-' i. : BTHQay..8rri. F.L &.'of F.htz'-S "S '.' S .. ?
AXElUC&1I'TELEGIlAPU.. !! .townships i ;.yi : 'patch for & Port; for r 7F..18i aat1aoiofu.4fAnit. !& b. .' "
THE $ anated -
North of? the bate line and S S MimE-{.rioc. *.SUU-.'Ra*.;... t sl by Jobs P..N .1 A. ; S'
establishment vest_ vf'tkefiftb datioiu,apply to S ; iew4iges;. .'
tare before noticed '
'We S ,. 'f rofeIaot&i.Atir'in y. Cot- -. .
principal meridian. fERNANDEZ.BIS S
r EE. CO. ; I -
olthif new'3oort.a1! at Wa 'bin ori. It is Township twO of range three Jane I9.- t' l" S 5. : tp&L.e.' S ,_
'.L5ki4h1Sh1yThfubh.Wik trffl tW .
eoorpris 4'rge.t'oyai
issued daily-no weekly or tri Township two, of range four.. Ia .
'
at present .IN drcolt C* rt-Ea.t n.' Cize1t.f OyoLa.eeatai G..la S'
being .published-but the daily under -. Fractional township fourteen,' north of Psrh1a.S, pacn with:14 *ot.21 splendid steel CBgrwiBf,
weekly _
White river of range nine.1 5 -, and more thaa 600. -
.I'f&iII ths'-
of the new postage law t D. Holland, Aamin',. of E -' S highest.'IIe.ta*art,. almost
operation North of the baseline.and tate of Geo. 0.Reab QTwtnUac ** &" -
; east /the'Jiftlt, ft. L. implement bnubsadryesvbs '
will be to then by u. |js% .
which ,begins in July next, ,. 51. k B. Force Brother Ji
principal meridian ; Co- S farmer* the beat methods ptooghinr,t.Untinf. "

l remarkably! cheap, taking into con- Township fifteen, of range two Alfred D. Hart Hnree George, T.MooDeTho C.RUler! L la Chancery.tl. .. hanrerfig,' &2.; Jt..', .thw>Ulbu i deaMftMaaimals f S S S
.their highest perfection jiia short ta&> .
;'deration the reduced postage, and the low Fractional townships eleven and't"elvet maa W..Jones,'!.O.Holmes, S P rialteat.re ctb.4Wki* ani< e, and,Win .' ft .

price ($5 per annum) of the i aper. To this of range six. S <, Alaopfe Boar and John. S. render-:it of"iacakalabto. vain ta tit*itadeat ofagricultaw.
At the Land Office at CHAMPAGNOLE Muruock : 'S'S '

t4)n ider:1tionhould be added the fact that commencing on Monday, the fifteenth day of, UPON reading and S filing the BID of Complaint 5 J kriftJ Seafcaoatarj -.

the Telegraph furnishes all the newt of the September next for the disposal of the said Complainant and -appearing Ntimben, of frl page each, eX ely rf _, .
pub thereby that certain of said Defendants, to vit S teel cflgrayiag.,aad li sold at 23 cents or ", .
s
S geat Metropolis! and is editorially a spirited lic lands within the underoieiuioncd townships U M. t B Force, Force Brother Co.," and 1 Al. : for the,-eutire work in numbers, vf'which :f'
to wit : fred Hogee w ill be at least twenty-two.. c **-.
judicious and agreeable nint. The following are now.reeidents"ud ettisens of Brit .
South of the late line and South Carolina, and that T. C. Risley resides in The Perwdieda'repulilabeit. a aa" .
S
from the columns west of tlLtfifth follows,vlt* ', I
i i. a notice which we clip the State of South Carolina. ." ." ,
priiittpal meridian. ;It is therefore ordained that notice >to The LoncJon.Qurter.rR t-t.w.tC"'m1' tt,} .
of the l appeal'and :
Telegraph
Townships eleven and fourteen., of range answer said Bill of Complaint be given to Thetdinbarg Review,: (Whig.), The North- > S
To THE PtBUC.-After the 1st of July, seventeen. said Defendants br a publication of this order In British Review (Free (Church) The W cttraraIter ., '

S 1851, the postage on the Daily American n I Town hips eleven of range eighteen. some Newspaper printed in said Circuit for-the ,Review, ;Liberal,) and .Ulackwood's disu' ; .
apAce of four months once week dp bargh Magaxice {IVry.) .
a
consecutively
Telegraph (and as yet we is.ue on other) At the Land Office at HELENA, cammenc-. from the data hereof. And it la further '

will be, pcr.pvarlcr in ailvance; as follows : ing ou Monday, the eighteenth day of Au- that unless Aid Defendants appear and ordained answer, political Although shades these ab works.. are miles under, 25 cents overfifty and rfexT for the this Bill'of Complain within indicated yet but;a inaaU.
Fifty or ; gust disposalof public lands one -month from portioa of theWeouteDts' U"4evotcd,to poCUoalsubjects.
not over three LnudicJ 50 cents; over three within the following named townships and expiration of the time of tho.publication of this ; .' It it theirli/mu character:which

hundreJ and not exceeding one thousand, parts tif townshisps, viz: .them.order, a'Decrce pro confesso S 'will be taken against ; gives them their. ehkf value. mix in thai they.

75 cents, &.c. Any person wishing to be I North of the base line S oUGLAS- stand their confessedly far above all other-jonmala. of 3
class.-
and east. efMefifilx ,JoOge, keS : Btacicetjcd, still under the taa tory .
after the dateS
served for three months above principal meridian._ I, Isidore V. Garnie, Clerk of said Court. do gaiiSiBce of Christopher Korth,maintains it* aacient -' a
reed only pay his quarters postage: and I Sections thirteen hereby certify that the abov is a true copy from : celebrity, and u, at ills time, unusually at. 4
send us a gold dollar and a silver qua 1er ina twenty-three twenty- the Records of said Court of an order made _on tr ti.elrom the serial works of BaI."and other
eaall letter-postage raid, of course. four and twenty-five east of the St.Fran- the seventeenth day of Jaue,A. D. 1351. Uf entry notables, written for that uIM.JtI,
cis river, in township three, range four. In witness whereof 1 hereunto set haadL. an4 first appearing in Its columns both la Gmt "'

Recent passages made by Collin's Americanline Township nine, of range seven. .s. and affix the seal of said Court. my : "Tha Britain Caxtow sad i:1 the and United] "'I,States.New Novel' Such,"(works both by.,. .' -

of European steamers have demonstrated -] South ff the base line and west of the fifth June 17, 183I.-19-4m ISIDORE V. GARXIE, Clerk, &c. B ulwei-",) ".Uy Peninsular Medal," tone Grss*.' -
j principal meridian. S Uand, and other serials,of which Dumcronurival .
that they can surpass the British-built editipas areiuued by the. '
leading publishers 1i
Township four and part of an Island in this country, bays to be reprinted by those bluhers % .
vessels in 'd. On the last trip to Liverpool < SOIICETOFASSEIGEBS.E p E & E i -
etsons: thirty-two thirty-three, in township from the page of B14 kwood. after it hat
the Paacfic beat the Mia. eleven hoars j thirteen. of range one. btt* iutud by : to the Reprint of that Magazine akwajri .
Land may .
the
At Office
The*'EVESI.VC JOVRKAL," is the name of at LITTLE ROCK, 17 rely on having the tarfctt reading sf fht%
S
:
commencing on Monday, the first day of f se1natingta1cs. 5
t ,
a neat little daily Union paper recently is- September next for the disposal of the public O and after the.10th day of June the day TERMS -I'- 5

wed at Savannah. The News of that city lands in the following nalned tracts on of departure of the Steam Packet For anyone cf the four-Reviews per annoin., $3 00i. -

, grew lo its present size and standing from a]; and near Cypress lake, viz : For any two do; flTQQ "'-, ," 'S

mere acorn, and as it has exhibited: some rather North of the base line and west of the.fifth- g : For Fur aQ anjmhree four of the Reviews do -.8 7 00 OO *' -

rabid propensities: it may in time principal meridian. I S For Blarkwood's Magaxine, :-S cxf.4 ,.
especially CAPT. P.
oe i/If
JIcNELTY .
i For Blactwood three Reviews
and
>
The South haif of section eight the south og *. 9CQ.
:
devolve on the Journal to take it by half of fractional From Savannah Palatka, will be TUESDAY For bldtckwood and the four Reviews 10 00
ten" sections fourteen and arriving SATURDAY;connecting with the 5 For Farmer's Guide [complete In 22 Xos.J' '5 W -

the horns. ___________________ fifteen, the north half of seventeen the east Steam Ships Payments, to bo made in all cases b Wa. f'
-
MAILS FOR WEST (SPIES, Mexico AXD half! of twenty-one, twenty-two, the north 5t> FLORID AND ALABABIA, L i "CLUBBLXG.A < '

authorized hair anJ southwest quarter of twenty-three For New York. She will continue to leave 3-
SOCTH AMERICA.Ve are to on discount of twenty-Jive pt ite,&."from.b.
the northwest quarter ol twenty-six, and the Tuesdays throughout the year, above will be
Plate that the Post Master General has maJt- prices allowed to (Jabs orderio >

arrangements by which after the I"sto(July, rest half of the northeast quarter of twen- Carrying the United States Hail. fOlaor more copies'of any one or more of th* S
t in township three of four- i above works. Thus: 4 copies of: .
orneofthelteviewwjflbcsenttooeadfo
y-seven "
of the West India Islands range
Ifttm to For S
any -. FreightEngagement. or Passage, baring o ,,. '
Mexico port.- or points in the Gulf of Mexico -I een. superior accommodations, State Rooms, &e., apply $3; 4 copies of the four Reviews and BUckwooti '
and to places un the Atlar>tic; coast of :. Lands appropriated by law for the" use of on board, or to FEE ASDEZ, BISBEE & Co., T f Or30and-.oon. _-

America; can he pent through United States schools, military and other purposes, to'eth. Agents Jacksonville, E. F. r i OQK: Orders from Club must be sent dirtft to.tkf .5. .
-r with -those swamp.and overflowed landsmale M. A. COHES Agent. : i publisher?, ta no. discount from these price'
post office on prepayment of United StatesiKitare unfit Savannah June 3, 1351. 5cr1 b caD be &Uaw *_ /x__
when directed to any point in.the thereby for cultivation, if any, This Steamer will leave Jacksonville for I r : Money; current in the States where bqcd,1riD.S'

countries above named in firiti&'i possession-; whch: sbalI.be selected by the state authori- Savannah every FRIDAY MOaNING, at seven fi .be received at par.' ". .-. ,. .

S and on prepa"n'entof' Ui.ited Slates ties before the days api oitl for the commencement o'clock until further notice. i Remittances and communications shod .
postage of the public sales respectively, June 12. lawtf. F be always addressed poet paid or franked.to lbs '
with the British portage added when destined Pallisbers. LEONARD SCOTT COi9FultonstN.Y.entraneeoldat.G
under the act, entitled, "an act to enable the -
to any port or place in the possession of NEW CLOTHING STORE ,
other state of Arkansas and other states to reclaim S
governments.
\\\'amfllal1d3' within their limits" J. MODE, Agent, -
The United States letter postage, singlerate The Globe. '
approved September 28th, 1850, will be ex- HAS opened a new Clothins and, Dry -
to any point not over 2,50Q miles fio'm A Congressional, Agricultural end Literary '
the mailing office, is 10 cents ; ar.d if over dude l.frQ1i1 the sales. And no locations for Goods Store, r I Kevspaper S "
l and bounties heretofore granted by law _
2,500 miles, 20 cents. Newspapers 2 cents of Congress for military services rendered any OS BAT STREET, OXE DOOR EAST OF, )!&. I.AND wfiNNEGAN'S I fTHIIE andorsigned submits to the publIc his ''.
JL proposals the GLOBE and Us fr
reports ;
each.The British letter po-taze, single rate, to to the United States, will be permitted on any st the next session oCCoogrea.Coa has De"
invites the citixens of I
any countries named, is 25 cents. Newspa- the be established aa a standard work worthy of
entitled -an act making
act
appropria-
2 cents each. o come and see OI'thell1e1 eL You will positively a '
pen ta official primatar,unless the
fails
The be ; ions for the civil and diplomatic expenses 1 buy your Goods in this New Store cheaper than ttndersfgned .: f
aggregate postage required to prepaid u'j in his duty. Thi will not be the easo if eamot .
upon a single letter not exceeding half. of government" &c., approved 3d March, ever June yon 12-3m.did In Jacksonville before. J MODE. L effort can avaiL The_GLOBS is the only'paper ,
that will furnish fall of the
bp reports proceedings ucI-
an ounce (o or place in the
countries 1841.The
any port I
offering of the above mentioned lands debates of the two House Congress; and J&p.-
named not in British possession, is 55 will be commenced the Notice. ,I ty ing'received their sanction as mak, the M a..
S cents when the distance does not exceed on days appointed, PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing I porters will be engaged to write oat .the debates .

2,500 miles; over 2.500 miles 45 cent8.e'i''i'e and will proceed in the order in which theyare THE the firm of ALSOP & MOONEY isdissolved. o each day, which will undergo the revision of

r-. -I cents each without advertised, with all convenient dispatch, The business of the concern will be the Member. The work;,after passing through
regard until the whcle shall have been offered arid settled by WILLIAM ALSOF. L the DAILT GLOBE and.receiving correction,will
tl tN.:11/Cr. WILLIAM ALSOP. i I be presented finiiI..:the CoxoExsnojux-- ,
the sales thus closed but no sale shall be
,toe r..ii required to be prepaid upon a ; GEORGE MOONEY, GLOBE and.Al'nut.v.,-.
letter not exceeding half an ounce to any .kept open longer than two weeks and no Jacksonville, March 20. jun.12 St. ; The debates will probably! increase in Interest' S
aforesaid in British private entry ot'any of the land will be ad- c during the next session. The one subject which r'
place possession, is the mitted until alter the expiration of the two BRICKLAYING ; : engrossed the List,will doabtless give way to others *-
United States postage of either 10 or 20 cents weeks. MASONRY, PLASTERING of great variety, which in this progreaiv; ,

according to distance the British postage to S &c. country the conflicts of party ,and th* ambition '
be Given under my hand at the City of for place and distinction nceessaaly produce.-*. _
paid by the receiver of the letter. Newspapers rHlIIE UNDERSIGNED take this method of ,
Washington this sixth day of May, Anno Vast interest will be at stake the decitdonfT
JL
to be prepaid 2 cents each and 2 informing the public that he is do upon
i of the next Congress; and there M gnat talent hi'
Domini, one thousand eight hundred and Bricklaying Masonry Plastering, &i :
cents British postage to be paid by the receiver. -,. ifty-one e. &eHe will furnish plant and S both branches,which will be erok4 in their ducnssioa. -" '

FILLMORE. when desired by persons for whota ha It engaged : ; ; All the honors of the Republic depen-..
MILLARJ dent on the saeeesaiOB to,the Presidency aa well
The Post Masters of New-York. Charleston to execute .ort without extra charge. Hei*
I
New-Orleans By the President: well known to the citizens of Jacksonville u a as an the great and permanent interests which 10'to S
Savannah, San Francisco, J f BaTTERFIOJ competent mechanic, and work he has performed. the advancement of the power of the country,
I Monterey and San Diego, will tnake willgiveimpube .to.the action of the next Coo.
up Commwioncr of the General Land Office. already for eitixent of the place be ntut to a*an : I "
mails as above to the United I
States consul additional evidence of his iTitlfftttiftp "The'
Ja'
t GWe..mbe-1IIbecI cJ &
Havana, who will deliver the same to the NOTICETO PRE-EMPTION CLAIM- ft>i Casts and Moulds for,ornamental 'plastcringalwfurnished. the senses of Congrea.aad weekly the remainder, 'S

British consul to be forwarded then e to the ANTS. JOHN IVERS. of the year. It will contain fall and W1hCid rf'

several points of destination by the Royal entitled to the of N. B. To Planters be would say he has much ports of the proceedings both Hone of Con .
Every person right
West India mail steampackets.. Other offices pre experienM in potUngup Sogar Batteries, and solicits press; and miscellaneous article oa those. geneial' ,
emption to any of the lands within the work in that hoe, confident that b. can give ; subjects to which it is ed.AkeooCW 5-
receiving epaid matter as aforesaid, townships and parts of townships above en- the amplest satisfaction. .ChargesJacksonville moderate. The iretMf QlootwmaadmlseenaneoiuarticlM ,

will mail for distribution to the nearest of the umerated, is required to .establish the same J. I. ; aad. wDl scessionafly'
above named despatch offices. give debat.j of such importance'MM command isa. '
to satisfaction of the Register and Receiverof May 29,1851. ly : rsa1 & .
All letters n
S
an4 from other countries 5
papers I the Land Office and ,. 4
proper making pay The of the Weekly Gist is reduced to .
aforesaid to any place in the United States F In' Circuit C urt, Ka*U.rn CIrealt .f Flrldm. price '
therefor : dol&r with0 obtain a more
ment as soon as profitable after teeing oee general .
In Colamb Coanty, la
will Ctutncery.
to Havana, "
!conveyed and thenecdespatcbed eireubition. "' _
this notice, and before the day appointed _
through the 'British and United I for i. : Tbe CeuKrttsional Gloot win eaabody,as U ha*
the commencement of the sale of
fetatep consuls to their address provided the public Louis&JtSmithl Bill. for Divorce. : done for the last seventeen yea CongrMsoaal' -,
the lands embracing the tract claimed otherwise S
British of proceedings and debate exclusively. ; ; S
postage twenty-five cents peringle each claim will be forfeited.: appearing'to' the satisfaction of the S Com The Appendix will embrace the.rev&ed speeches'
; rate on letters and 2 cents per news r .and the of the.President of. .
,. J. BUTTERFIELD, that the defendant, Elisha Smith, resides beyond : separately messages
paper'be prepaid at the mailing office, leav Commissioner of the General Land Office. the State of Florida; to wit, in the State of r I the United States and the report of the Heads of*

ing the:United States postage to be collected I jnn5-13t Georgia, on motion of W. M. Ivcs, Esq., solicitor the Executive artments.- 1 -
al the'office' of delivery. S for complainant, it'is therefore orderd that the The Confranaital Globe and 4ppriudir' will lie .

We also understand that Allen S FORSATi. r defendant do al'.r.rp1t'.d, answer or demur to published as fast as the proceedings .of Congresswin ,
F.O\Ten. the complainant bill withn lour months. or the make a number. SubseribrnMaay expeefc ODe .
United States Consul at Havana, has been A Two Story Dwelling House same will be taken as confessed,provided pnblica number of each a week during.the first four week* .

appointed resident agent at Havana for the uifHjrvgjust' : completed, conveniently tion be made of this order as the law directs. ; : : rI of a session and two' or three numbers of saab f"?4: -
Poet Office Department to carry into effect W. arranged for a large family, with all t And hearing will be had of said CaW at .the, week afterwards until the end of the ed.*. -.. ,. S
to the Cosgrerzioaal.Gobi.and
the al nece url out buildings, in a pieas11 next term of said Court thereafter; pt CompLxte'Indexei '
foregoing gemen( JFas..H7lgton g 11 part of the S Town of Jacksonville. Attachedto (Signed) -THO DOUG GAS. Appendix will be sent to'subscribers soon after -.

Republic June 7: the premises U a vegetable garden and a Well L S 'Judge, &e., &e Congress adjoama. .
-, of excellent water. Titles xuidispntable.ALSO A true copy-Test* -" :Nothing of a political aspect wil lappear In the, ..
Globe that which will be found the Coogreaaonal
save in -
ScAEBoaoron
S. Cicrk.'
STEAM MACHIKERT FOR IbV.1 .-Tbe ,
reports .A ,paper:.am Dg ta heaaYvehicle
12th 1851. .
barque Lyra,'Capt. Bemi! 1eares, this port ,'\:likely young negro woman of good character, May 22tm.I' 5' : impartial for all sides cannot maintain it*f.

to-nwrrow for Havana, taking with hertvro_ : a good COOK, washer,, and ironer.A "'CE1; C E ] character if the editorial commas"reflect" party-'- "

boiler for the-Spanish 'steamer H ban.ro. SO,; TONS: just' .i rOIl1"CoDnecW t ; I I bue.TERMs. -'>"*. : *

This vessel vastuiilt at 'oar ship yard a A valuable plantation in Colombia'county, Fla. 100, cut,and for sale bllbo subscribers : ; For. one copy of the Dafly Globe (daily daring ; ;
few years ago, and is flOW running from containing four hundred and forty-eight acres first who take this method, of soliciting liberalpa the session of Congress and weekly.* *->>-" -

Havana. Toe boilers wt-re made at the rate cotton lands,'together with the- valuable improvements ,tronage.. : ,. r S 55 .during- thueeees$5 Q<, .. ', 5
foundry of Messie/Pease & Murphy thereon. -ICb earefklly packed and sent to any part o.f ; FortheilyGIobefor1essai7rt. ,-.. -j-- .. ,.i
near '
the foot of Gr ALSO the, country on short notice. ,- 'i the rate of&leta. a month. -, ,. .
nd-st. .*t River-: The S '
Lyra '
The folio lands Fla. Hoursfyr Town delivery from_to 8 o.eJoCk"- For one copy of the Weekly Globe for one
wing 'Marion'countl, to }
also tarries out aiteam engine and boiler, wit t One Plantation containing six hundred andfort ; cry morning. Persons wishing to supply them. S : : year,. .-- "-- 1 (11)': .

mill at Havana which-are from /' acres, well improved- containing five elves will be cased 4o observe this, as>the ice : : For one copy of the" Congressional Globe, da- ,. ., : S
foril8D Point FdrY..N.X. Etprea, hundred and -x acres :.with op improvements; home will not be opened at any other time.. The T ,1ringthe session T -. I )<

? and oae,other containing one.hundred,and fty- necessity for such- a regulation- S will be apparent}S For' one eot'lef tppendlad' : the v-- -' .
nine well aid all/. -. ; ALSOP fcBOURSEJacksonvBWMay S '8 oa. '" '"* -
_. acres improved-price_reasonable,. 22-tf, of either of both 4a- S
terms asaommodatwg. ,". 20,1831.; : For four copies er part : ,1 ;
? _5'S /
SHIP 1'iE"V .; Apply.. !.by"* letter.' "","pmlpaidt. -'or' S.is BPJ2NCEH.ptrsoa,S to, .Old\ talj'1V; nted.' 'S ; : Fort rinthOZD cepiis of.eitisr,'rot'- both- '* -.. :...4;.. '' S'S

P OR T0)' CKHON..YlLLE: 1 Jacksonville 19,[J86I. lawtf., -RATOltY to'. __elng ''imerations S S S S ring the session; x" t l"The ,.;: .. "
P : prices for,thew JIOft'm:.so low.that.adV. :,
in my Machine Mannfa ory,1 wish to purchase I : :
ENTERED \ 'S: Administrator's ,Notice a large small quantities old Iron.Copper;' T&nrymetlta are indispensable to carry thcta. '

Jcn J2thh. Atho, Robinson; Chartoston15th QIXi months after elate 1 shall apply to-the non or,Brass fur whichgood. price will be ivon.- .win Unattended. to mkw' '.tha*l<' : _
S -Brig Jode Whitman, LewilN; Y. GORG"E'l\IOONEY' inoneysooomPciice'i'Subscriptions 1 ; ,
: of Probate of,' ] "
tor '
Judge & county dismissal '

Kith-Brig u.M. PrtwoU ma"be remitted by mall,at oar: -
Itrowa .
Ni Y36th
Jacksonvnij E P. May ISSL15tf
as .& .and present my acoouats ; ...!. :. : ia-.theaectwaef S
-Son. Kaloolah Glazier.I3odon.. 'fa-moneyatpa.1' e trj;
*
S and vouchers ,as each, of,' t&e .It&te-'it' Mar,' -. -, ; ".
16th-ni5> Onre,Kelley.M:.V. 5 5 ..ere.baeribers Mde. '-. "" S
= Geiger,eaa4.1ACO,GElGEtt.- i ol..For Sale.SngarMifl ( T- ,J.,n-u'.Ii. -''It''I.s' '... ._, S- n
r.,
.CLEARED,-, Jan 19.1S5L. 6m N.i : : .
;
Jane 13th-25Genev&, liaravtfavy Bay.Hewm. .. -. with all the Irons nccewsryfothe r ; Oasgtoicxty' _i ,Oct... ., 18SOJaa _a.-' ;._;, }&|( -,
h-Urfk.t1lpa. .'N. Y. WAHTED TO'-J.'IA8E.; S application f horse power. The roller : :
of 18 inches I -' -- an iron, la diameter; 33-inches in "
1 .6. GeuUeioaD recently arrived In :.the. Stat S" lenith;; Mao two Boilers measnrin ISO and 200 S

S SHERIFF'S "SALE S .tL wishes to lease from.ihe 1st day of January, gallons .pec ive!.' Creryat JiksonvilePaUtka r. S ; .Xrf X .r ,S7-.c : z f Trz.4'S .

V VIRTUE ota B er the Eastern &feail W-Ffc>rida' for.the oa the% St.'John's river arid in the vidnity of Jaek- Far additional particulars apply-to a,W;:BA S and the, General Interest of the.Indewadcal P.pe't. ,.,.. i C
aorlTille .nth'acood :: : < "
t4unt1efDevJ.entered Usb.Mytevm sal .d"eIHngh01lH"aad aege KER,Attoraey at twJaekaouvilheEadF1ai 1" : of Party.rTTtHE '. '
Cert A.. P. XffiJ. | will ipo9 0>wiV"8-public 41 ( arylmprovMBcnts-thereon.. Tor Unas.,apply, SS atCAUTIOBF. S ld&55 t. '. I ", '-tf- f ) 0 -.- .-- S "*.,' -. $ > '

*" tion in front.of tb.Cpnrt.H.n*.;Jn.JacUnD- !hj391lc!.: J W,, U.7.1, ,.tsn.to. .. aadarsigned pro 'to'S : .. ,' .S;: 5
'
riTfe.on UM fin Monday i.August MttM;.hd S" S ,--. ,-" "..' -- .-' ( j' ; AM: _.the above,title, a .eekJTD we, f' .

Mrtalll piece of Jadli&uate;1J'n.4a4.WnC I in .' : .--.;NqiIceiIT .; .. '' '.. d.otedtothspurposes&b'v.ipecied.;; ",.; ,: ,- :, ;
'
tLe eOllDty et DaTaJ.4&a.ie a1lreasMeotLiI S A LL-persons'are t hereby warned .against tied I. MONTHS*0cr dai* I *haO presest"m c.Isvingbs4smaoyysrs 5ZS5uiiCSUnZ '" :: .

I'g I v. MNa.t Jad won .r len:im Delta Bluff 2*; ing for.eertaia'preniissory note. ,mad Jby, accounts and,vouchers to.the ilen.Judge of : ; 'Itorth..ImdeniDed: or4yceeOhIISt) : It
the .It 6t f\f Coy Gw*,09-thit,;:LY.hr" me in favor 6f Wertberry Walker on the 22d day : /.Columbia county for>'final 'acttb- ; editorial eawer n arnaraniee ofwpig3. -< J::
: h ww ivmpcsM to S* &sfiafl ::' :.; .
mer.b4n .DtU ha an4 rie1IaIIeef ODe of Jan nary,, 1SW, for.th*STUB tof roar hundred andfiny neat a*the Administrator of the.Estate of Koe| 1CA | ;
tA ififtillssf
asfsi rsmma1!
: **. at S 4
"
reyed te IaHbar4 an4-.R14ei.-Defendaa ;"bl dollart, and daMa the Hrrt dayt of Jaaoary B4G1UoaclcC S .. -, ". : 'J S or- i. :
,34mpb B. Lsaiter by Deed ear;;d 1&k Day otJune A..vD.J8iU.&opthw.'U atam not of three handred and fifty dollars M Lbs ecidaratiott ., t.a'AJIip.to'r. 5- J : TM ..: '.
1'i' :J.f." .
Pt! ia"1aOaIebIaeII-Q for .1a1oIJ aid at was firea baa fail!, !: 35I: i"lritJa drW .Ji ;
:; ..l r..28..l8 .'("X ,) -.' : 1 '' u. .- ,
Ppoi ,14 preI.es, to NJIOU$ a4Usyjj ,v. ed to that laoooot; sad ehouM *att be"bnsagb'S \ <_ : -' 'T": !- ---- .- -7f'1.f,' S
N.wber"noau Djole it Ij\a.la *;oar'aid > er,1i tb' 1 .w".
t, in ,l'J.t"kJ..I."D", GU'. ":,;'\ S. : ...
fJatJiIoa' Ri&DebrrI aM EatOb 1U4s an.4 thj$:abaQ i'ead i rtiakaaareof eoD eraKoa' !", ; .fPt ;:'''''.lJ. ..x M <' .r-'J"T" ; t.JPafql of Ihi fm 1t1IIiD ,+",,;,r. .

dtfaadaat& 't' JOUN'G: flTn." '. Ch. totbe statute fa such eats iaa ; ',:, #} t._ :V:. O.tJ.J"r 't .t:: '" 11 "" .
'l .e and MnrhbdTC 11tEAD1)INGBLOUNT inA ..., h! ) 'f .. .. :! : mj ,

J :1. t"if t JlaqWf.i>intyFltwJ |Df I9l85| i t ":, : c. .,-..u'i'. f'. !1 J :' ." "'." k'5 { ; _S :, j j t': ;-:. ',.' S :'-. .

.
4. SS .5 r ; : ,
S S
'
:
5 'S 5'
:
5, t -
.
It
.S '

.
'
S S
S .
55S5S -- -5 5
.. ,, '
S.-'J' s ", .,, ." ,> 5-- : \'iff. f'J '. :-. :.t .


-. t"i.1' '. .. ,. .
:"e" :; ,. .
.. .
)pI' ".5I '. .
i1 '
.0 / '\ -":" .
&' .
:: ':, ',' iH..cf.i'7.f..4i. ,1't .: L.f ? .: '*i r. .. ._ ,.
:" .
-.1 : '
.5. "
:4".f-.J- ; Ifj _
I -' 'V' \ : ";<, ,. ''i!, ."". _"":":"F'" "" -, --,, -S --
1
I .
#. I .
,: t .. -.5-

'. "- ,

\ ," ". < __ : -P--- -:-: I ., .. ......_. SBaudhg -- = 1_ : '= pi -- T T T
.
: .Ii. \ < >, '
Tlti IqDX PU Ll :" -r-t,-.. ".-'w.o.v., ..A "! ,. "1&.':'A-il' "! GRJBN'. ::FOUNDnrr': .': ; > t.w -- -tLiKiB--1rJ 1 Till wutcu ii .4 "ict'i .. .,!" ''' '' 7" '..UIljl.l.A' # .
I
S .
: ';J:' l-a. '4i" '' 't 'UT i t; gamation;UM;two,d.p.M:lit # *. 't kmr :,'N" ;M .i"
18 '.AT I FOR lt : rt f HUMUBMOD J '
PUBLISHED KVERYTRTrtSDAT. ciiXT f eT '
&ultoQ.DW'eet
"j i 410 '.L, building and undenth sam ."\now : ) .
Jai.vUD4DiCont7,E. 11'., b7 I 1. '. < ;;ZITPnat Stit BW; .7UJM nsi ;the following::ispreaeOt&ah&tOCId0'named ProfeasorshipStio.Wit i enjoys eta; *lI'\.bHahme.tt TttE'STRAHttK'CAW.:
!
OLUMBU8DR.EW. J '. ,tro'1Vnt'lpaper.P.1al1Jui. .d 1'r1Utersvy ; ." th1Yll.&e .wWelirc uttfro lttrtlaUon ;: '. ( ..:, .. io..f .
\ 1V i ltBm.NattGn. : ,., 7\professorshlpof of meet4na mOrs1InCe.7OftlUOfbID {, .5s -
; ";' irv !._ ..1"CoI1e-l'II'nftar. ._... ; ": i- "ft. *.,. v .. tOXtI. ,
_- t .
i td i tb rl6IWod Ot11C greek d;*athsn : < '- :"I'ft't A. "- ,
.lfEJWS.mi: C AR WILLA1'5I1O1: PZI'5STLVA15IA Ay3tg -.r- -, .|A large *a"dl'elegant edifice, wl 4* new: '; '
.
.
&y& ,. i
hey b:1eheEto. ITme f. o
p : : + :. :. establishment
't.r -t fixtures boarding ,
,.- npon ordering the Paper"; ,Continues,to give l ls prompt,atUntion to the'arraajjement ca.ll*t No.)2SFulton'street.New.York,or at.No. J'A' bil','prole-.R4i. .1.0. f- mat' t- W CI".uu{"e 4' :-i.aliW'4N" -. sari ha been erected ofacomplete and furnished IB which/* students :

Subscriptions, if not paid before the. expiration and prosecution'o(_claims.before Con- IT eaaalstrctv3ow to furnish ,?}'tr'Orleanwbere, ; :raiii ->A rrenh of, i1.oanAeUs-lettroa.< of the Ae&d6myboard,under UM immediate : 1. '
ready them with .
all kinds of.)3OoxAisD
,flhejearftreeliarged$4. / ::of the Executive 'and '..natural hi- charge of.the Principal and his..&&} and J 'iL
I : ] gree* or any; : Departments. NEWSPAPER Trpevaf the'newest and most:beautiful -A profos.otahp"chemistry.., of it O' .
: .J. .'t. '?" : suits exercises are conducted on a system *
I *
0 will b.Insert at:the following Claim from the ;. I ant sled tory ,- f.iv -p z
.A-dYertieemellt *arising RevolutionaryFlorida.. style : prepared supply the much b .the interests or operation liP' '
I ofr own DteriJpLed ,
1 professorship civil engfneering;. <
A l.
.
; o' ,. y&i.ef5One; Dollar, per front Scot
., &1i C .: orie. or.theso- beautiful..faces t. and'dormitoiies .ha*.been"chOltDwith : :
F '. .._" the first and Scnty4'IcCerta for eTtrylubBeIii &f. or- WiJoJ1'I' ,Penai ns;, .Naval \Armyj\ ; ctherwith/every variety form and pattern / -, -" J.JMI 0 stndyrooms venlrae !
tt'c vtded reference eomfort rt and eon tJ.-- ;
t .41i ; ', UnJertl n. To'yearly Advertiser* liberal Land under law oflaU\IENT. Xhe Collegiate 18' Into two sessions :
It 'lue Bounty or Scrip, : of Febil1. NJoBBtNGTYpEj,13OR1EliiXQi&e. esch.The.ftr5t for study and no expense ba been pared la.pro- ,
J1' dl"eount will be m.de., AU.tr&nsient.Adr.rtienwriri 1847 August i 10 J'Amarages .'.,tfeelassured theelegateo and aocflracy or Urmsjbf tWenty-ona.weeks Co. render the II '
Iii I 1848j ,. fJP fa fl.i of'all_ the; Type' manufactured by jn Cannot tession commence on-the:fourth Wednesday 'ofOcUber Ig. &.apparatus necessary :
Jie .
': (ezet'ptby persona baring running account Mileage due'returningVolunteer*! ,CLiirns.,forIlortos surpassed by any Founder"in the Union. By. an ;and the second oa the fourth Wednesday: beans of instruction complete;giving 10 comforVable Newark ,

with the office most be paid for previous to'publl- lost' .ojoiher of April 'Each followed;, .by Ok vacation'of Academy.facilities lot.private study and -
). Property destroyed i.EteJ3se5jflcnrTed entirely new method In-the mixing and casting,1 accommodation of student, fully ipzallO ,kxiALiOrOLi .l' .
five week : \; 'I* .
enabled to maintainAhe virtues of the fJ
.f.1., '=t Li. : p by Volunteers for being mustered am component 'COUItSE' tT1t1fth those afforded br many of our college-,, .
IO.
_. : pa.rtsof tha.metal'and thut to produce in From ill intimate relation to th.CoIkge..' *to- 'Sents P.;.TOWNSEHDiS S AFRl VIT.
.rifltdttLncO, agovethet..remittables' and received 1na.. IC. ; "traggon-raas-- addition to an elegant the most tolid and durable Wi ustr.ts C is .-l.-LiTy;bgnn'Xen p on** of- the Academy enJoy'man1JadY CaI" -_ .. .
for nd*ertiwug,tj the following rates iv 1 t s and --Teamsters claims Marias';sailors' Type heretofore offered tff'the public Te this .
,
TII.
: Anabasis begun.
;Algebra, began; History : not generally obtained'Institutions of this kind. w.fedr I a sell t*i a".Un.f-.psblk 5.s..

', One'sqnarl (twelve lines) published &c.&e.; last feature would particular call,Tour attention ; Livy, finished;Homer's sey' ,begunfA1 Those who.wish to pursue come particular branch i .* Card .t... Wkol.*l. OnolH*.U.tkU(11.i. ,.-04wb .'

.t ;' 'I.IVr -: -. -< :- -' _-' 10.00 'Having all the "form*,:necessary'for,,a.proper the principle, for/solidity.of and:-durability', of the; of,Type i,;on gebra finisUed- ;' Geometry" begun- .;' History" ',.''con-. which fall more properly.within the college course .t tt i ..
economy greAtest'impor tinued.. : : may be admitted to recite fa any of the College, .. ."Ie r U .diVtM Bjki alta* .OMM f InttMt.
Two for six j1500 rules > .
squares, months with the
to all
. ; presentation. of claimstogether; I tance typographers.'The members of the HI Horace, begun; Homer' Odissey,finished; ; classeLf'.8lodeut of proper aye and ;discretion bJar.',ta'IOI' .1. Dr.I. VeIses4 ..-

Legal and other Busincu"Cuds., pet an* ,10 00 and regulations/governing/ the' different ttepartn craft PKTNTINO win also find me ready to"sepply alt kinds of: Geometry;five bookef History; finished. : by"recommendation,of the Principal, and 'a'\p
\ Notices debtors and creditors, _. .;- 7tX) nrtnts,he is prepared' to undertake:all claims'ofwhat I'I OFFICB Fr/KitrrntiK Offices for the establish- JtraiOE Ct.ASS.1. Tacitus' ; begun The Prometheus -' permission of the Faculty may enjoy the ose of ..Lb.psCuats a.a....Ia.. ...1".nee.

Application for letters or administration. .5 00 kind that. require the services went Wood complete-Cases Printing Stands: ,such as Presses of Elschylus, and Eleetra .Sophocles Natural the College Library.'without,.additional charge. CAdmission .tombs wu.'b'U B.rr e.."wkR g. P.'. soe\"er. may Type ,
Brass/Press and finished Calculus
I 'Analytical Geometry ; ; be had to the ,Lectures and
also "
may I.4'hu' ti. "1..s;lta.all.that Is .. Ii'4i awikkiags.agfl. ,
= h.s ( .
Notice Administrator Wood ''
: Rules-ImpOsing.Stones
f Application% tfanAgcncy at this place Jomposihs Sticks ,-Theology;Evidences of Christianity. such other privilege* of the College as can (be $ ".
S ,. -. Brass and\Wood. Galleys, Riglett, Clpiet Racks, Mental Philosophy The AlcestU 'Tit -
0 ILLogic
-. $1000 Particular. "attentiongiTCiT. to tho proper.settlement ; ; profitably enjoyed academical student vt art kHfiaf IU rta.ff turnTHSCAROi.'
, For Announcement of candidates for office,* 5 00 I of Quartermasters'- accounts &e., &c'4' Euripides;Tacitusftinished; Natural Philosophy; -.The charge for Boarding washin,,,fuel.- light, "e: '
fl 1 OldTjpcJaken in exchange for new at 9 cents J. &o. with Tuition in ,Latin, and_Greek, .
\ No announcement will be made Unless the same Meehanicsbegun.---------- .
.} .Charges moderate;and regulated the amount peril,. The' trade dealt with'on the most liberal The is seventy dollar,for the Summer Session, and W*.'ti. r.<"micii<.'DnaltU If ." CU.I arew T. ,'
be accompanied with the amount charged. claimed of terms, and patronage solicited on the offurpishing Captive, of. Plantus .Mechanics .Hydrostatics
lit 1 ,and the extent services req ired. 'ground ; seventy ye for the Winter Session. The only 4Mir*t* Sal phil ia iiBli a Car tbaf v*kU dish It ..
article -
1Nt. Editorial notices for private benefit will be 'All communications Insuro insertion, must to the purchaser an with which Pneumatics, and Meteorology. extra are one dollar per session incidental expenses .r-T..I1..perut..e SIC a. law4i.."soil i
he will be pleased and which will him the finished Xenophon's .
bring SOPHOMORE CLASS.-L Horace -
;
Ic't barged double therato of advertising.K be postpaid. dec 4-tf worth of his money. .' .. ".- Memorabilia; Geometry, finished; Rhetoiric ,.and' aloe' fee of'tight offive'dollar dollars for for Modern Drawing Languages ;I .,hol..J.resruiei II ..,.1411.1..1.osUuiss.1.It tk& it.
and *
f.1st; elision*;Obituary, and Marriage notices,will Editors or Printers wishing to establish a Newspaper begun. *"- .| from those, who a enter these classes. Th cession 'h preparsilso'km.ir. M 01J Dr.J.V vaia4t Itna
.. k.... dul Iv totk kl .. _
w 0 .
: Job Office-will'be furnished 'Cicero Senectute herodotus parilla J >
or Printing and de
t \e published gratis. : H. Amicitia ; and '.vacations.of the Preparatory .Department
'JAmES'M. BAKER with an estimate in detail'of the cost by"stating Plane Spherical Trigonometry 3CHIET FEL1N, BIIOTIIEM. k CO,lot and.1M Jib lV
Communications must be post paid.PII1LIPFRAZER. ,begun; Trigonometry; i* the same a* those 'f the College.Rer. -
ATTORSET.JIT.'Z.AW size tf paper and kind of work to be executed. ; Khetoric continued.III ." ... .. :ME1GS A. M., K.T.
I Publishers of Newspapers who will.inaeti this ; Cicero de Officiis; Herodotus finished; Sur President of Delaware College. RCS1ITOX, CLACK, fc CO.H9, *; K. Iroadway u

1 Alligator, Columbia COt East 'Florida.H advertisement three months, and send me the papers voting;Analytical Geometry,;;begun; Rhetoric :NEWARK, Delaware. April 3d. J 'AaWrHausN.Y. -

containing it addressed to' "Nesbitl'a Register finished.. -'. ._ NORTO.B.UCOC1C" WOOD 139 MaUra Laa.lf.T.DATED

; ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW ," New York"will be paid in materials of my S J CLASS*-I. Political Philosophy; ..The HAVJLAND.ltE CO,83 &laldeG-Lue ..

' t ot Ft. Whit Smith & m. O'Brien, manufacture.provided they purchase six times'the Andria of Terrenco The Clouds of Aristophanes; pHEA.PCASH.STORE- -. tANMAX,61 Wtttr Street, .- 4.IIAIDQCKCORLIES .

;; JACKSONVILLE amount of their bills for advertisin .- -: Acoustics Optics, Electricity,Magnetism.II. .- & CLAY,!519 Fetrl Stre,t, '4* -'

i; Ii Will attend Lo any professional business entrust. I ATTORNEYS LAW, A H.JJREBN: : ; ; ..Elements, of Criticism.Butlers Analogy; J. II. lcRoriJr: .; oSoooDsJr.NNtr4oleeresrIstre.c.

. ed to him.in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit I Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. No. 123 Fulton st.Row New York and Cicero's Tnscnlan Questions; Uemosthenes de Corona flpakes this method to inform his.friends and L MINOR 1,CO,314 Falbm Street, -4* t.
Canal st. New Orleans. "
No. 17 Galvanism
ElectroMagnetism
and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee.' Ho has I M WRIT SMITH, ] M. 'O'BR TEN. Jan. 9. 3m, ; Voltaic, Magnetp-blectncity Electricity or ,.ElectroDynamics ; JL. the public generally that he_ha* commenced J;"J.J'.TRIP",II"II'.UfaiiI..LaDe '4* .

4 : t. also such an advantageous connection with an Office at Alligator. 1.| Office at Newnansville. :-Astronomy began. : business in Jacksonville, East ,-and solicits RUST ft OtG TOY,U John Street, / 4OBSCNLEAF

i able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure Jacksonville Hotel. Itt; The Constitution the United States; patronage having recently visited New fork ft KINSLEY;49 Cortlaaft$L .

collection of such claims S. w. BAKER Astronomy finished; The Science of Heat; ThermoElectricity Philadelphia Baltimore and Savannah t WALTER TOWNSEND ft CO,4 haria 4cOLCOTT
ask the been
and which
I't a prompt speedy lIE Subscriber having become purchaser places complete arrangements have
may be placed in his hands against the United ATTORNEY AT LA Jr.JAClCBONTILLE JL and sole Proprietor of this well known ;Chemistry'and Geology. ; made for the successful prosecution of aU kinds M KESSON ft.CO., 1 J7 MaidanLw4.. -

HOTEL respectfully informs the public generally PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS. 'o f business in which our Southern Planter are JOSEPH TIul'P&US Mallen Line, 4*1

i1t tates. EAST FLORIDA. that he has added to the former house twentyoddmore ,The College provided C with Philosophical Int rested.' Goods of every description will bo POU ft' FAL ANOA,96 John St. 4*:

L 5 Sept. 1. IS19- Y comfortable rooms, with over five.hundred Apparatus that furnishes ample mean of experimental procured at short notice and supplied at very MONTAGUE WARD ft CO.,83 MaiJ.a Laa. .4*
Jleference .
i feet front with piazzas in front and rear making illustration in all the different branches of SMALL PROFTO. .THOMAS It MAXWELL,'M \Wliam .. 4*

l lIon. W. B. FLING, Savannah Georgia. it as comfortable as any Hotel in the South' Natural Philosophy. .'The sum of three thousand PRODUCE of every kind will be received oft IACKSOX, ROSINS ft CO-, 131 Waist it., '4*
'J. P. SANDERSON which now will enable him to accommodate over dollars has been sale which liberal .
l March 20. 18.)1. tf recently expended,partly in.this or shipment;upon advance will 014
10
J ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, one hundred and fifty persons His table will be r country, and partly in London aud Pans in the be made. Arrangements made'for Shipping Timber GRAHAM k CO, 1Tp, .4*

under the superintendence-of an experienced of to the of ; MARSH ft NORTHROP,09 Pearl St. 4*
Columbia purchase new apparatus adapted present
1i; HAVING.removed his office Duval from United Statesllutual'Insurancolnpany house-keeper of the North, by whose aii ho flatters advanced state, of the Physical Sciences. 'ever7uali17.STATIONERY of cveiy: f HER WOOD ft COmN,4-IPearISL '4*

t1i: to' Jacksonville County < himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotelin I EXAMINATIONS.. variety will be kept on hand or supplied on short INGERSOLLfc BROTHER,230 read IL 4*

., f respectfully informs his friends that he will continue WEST POTTSDAM NEW YORK.K. the South beiag now enabled by the constant notice. B. A FAHNESTOCK ft CO.4*Job SL 4*

I'I the practice of his profession, as formerly. steam communication with ctavaunah and Charleston At the close of each study, or branch of-study, Through arrangement .with Hook Publisher l' la MiBKtUm with t&U w. *IT'n arrest.f a Calf.*-

Ha will at each and every Term b t to halve the advantage of the fine markets of the members of the class are carefully examined, flatter myself that country dealer can be supplied Uihe4krkll th* Briaaipd rtuU ai.nela....MM U.tb .
.r r t.p attend B. GIBBS, AGI:NT, those cities. .In addition he has made arrange and at the close of the year in all the,studies of with SCHOOLBOOKS on better term than they .a tb* lUKMt sod *.Mt k.BM U lbS CIu4 .., .

l the Circuit Court in the several Counties of MAYPORT !MILLS OTJVAX. CO., FLA. ments in connection'with the Hotel at 'all times, the j ear,in the presence of a Committee of- the can have their orders filled in N w-York Nearly tvtBty rbj iri .i gus their U ti..y alM. Ia*4-s.

I J the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of S May 22, s.1 ttValuable to furnish fine horses and carriages. for the accommodation Trustees; and their attainment are communicated It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may 'favor" Card tb r.ore II tw..pi.lamt ia tkU auUUt. OIl'Dr.J.-

Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme of his guests. to the Board of Trustees, me with their patronage both as regards price sob T....'. Sau MriUa I* nw lutariUfae,
; ? The increasing reputation which the climate of RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION and quality. ,ttftrUl ia Utlr MUmatieB U S.r.'.sflhsIs.Rose ..
; I. Court at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St. Florida in the estimation of the medical
Land For Sale. possesses In addition to daily and AGENCIES.The -
t Angttstine. All b sinCB8' entrusted to his care 'faculty for the cure of consumption other morning evening prayer I -
for the the divine worship is held twice on every Sunday, ; agencies of several important-PATETT CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
S. will receive attention. AS Agent owners undersigned offers pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increaseof and the recitation .
prompt* for sale the following valuable tracts of travel to this State during the fall and winter on Monday morning is always MEDICINES have\obtained, amongwhich i ja '
Address-J. /SANDERSON, Jacksonville, land, to-wit months,of those who seek the relief afforded by a in the Greek Testament.- the request of his tr*. th. ',' n"ri. $.. u4 DrwpIeU .r,'"

I Duval County flonda. The Low Tract Eitnated at the head of Indian milder atmosphere ; and in view of this Met the parent or guardian a student permitted to attend NER' Yerk:,Bre.",. a.* W.lliaswkBr tel all4 ipso M Mat

; Jacksonville,Jan. 17, 1350.I IfMcQTJEEN river, containing five hundred acres more or less. subscriber has determined that hid 'exertions to any place worship which himself or the & .BC peruaal view*.f la.real aierita .f ski ,we TewaaekeVSariapariilaa. .
Also a small tract of woodland in the vicinityof merit the which shall be bestowed parent or guardian,may select.: One member of Of tte elaiM preferred t* Ik* p.i'luik la*
--. the town of Jacksonville patronage the Faculty will attend at each, of the different CANIA N rifiBal Sariaparilla we bays ..nI., t*4*.ea "lear aWa
containing shall be without to toil
thirty him regard or ex
upon ;
McINTOSII acres. SAMUEL BOFFINGTON. places 'of worship, (Presbyterian ,Episcopalian, I. teltl.that matter ketweea 'thBUlT. Bat w* 61 Ik**
? pense. : and Methodist,) in the village and note all absen v*.vgb5tgIr.tb.rss.oasWb7.spr.fs U aa*cod.no& .
Also tract .
ATTORNEY AT LAW a containing one hundred'acres good Jacksonville E. F., October 3, 1850. tf
I : tees. il'. Dr ......' S.'?. .
planting land,on Pablo creek near the mouth of VERM1'rfUGEAcAIN I'I : Jaeah 1' ?atup.dfls t* Mr. .
r i WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern the St.Johns river. Two at least of the Professors, with their aad lea*th. pahli t*jif wketler w* are .jiiM*a4wlaelera

i. t: Circuit; the United Stales'District Court at St. foe above tracts of land will be sold at reason- Atlanta (Ga.)Female Seminary. families'will reside in tho College buildings'and aed ...U **'ra.." kj is..1'1.. .

L Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; iol<>prices and on good terms. Address -exercises of this newr ichool commenced will boardat a common table; with the students I L Oar zperitaec aid ...". aare iatU9e4 is tkal tkaOK
Also one half of the house THE who are required to occupy such rooms as may be Dr.'. Sareaparilla IMWM mere eieal set Tir- I
L I Claims! for citizens in part of dwelling and lot of the first Monday in July last, under-the !I pt pwr
and prosecute. any and in J Jacksonville near the Court House square, "charge of A; It. Kellam, principal in,the literary, assigned. them by the faculty. REMEDY los this' &;'P.TavaKBd'a.. aad tk* teetimeay*f U*pakU*

1: S Florida against the Government Washington, being the same which is occupied by Joseph Fine and hid accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental ADMISSION. WOR'MS.. waU eai t*k* ,Joe***>,. aai w*always auk IS a (tatter

either before Congress or at the Departments. gas Eeq. department with assistants of high quali In order to admission to pursue the entire course *UUHII .> .,ceateicaea asS duty,whim tw* ariiele Sushi tk* .

03: ADDRESS Jacksonville, East Florida. Also two hundred and forty acres on the eastside fications.The Institution will be, divided into a student must be at least fourteen of : unquestionably the best WORK MEDICINE in use. ...sad parporiiaj M ear tk*sss 4ia** ate ta matkeaI
age;
of Fleming Island, on the St. John's lean it *aeU that whleh w*eoaiider tka Beat. Tk* (Mi that$.f.Towa .
tf (liver, four classes fourth third,)uniori and senior -A must give' satisfactory 'evidenee;0 moral is a positive remedy,and can always be depend
ri May 2 1850 between the lands of Messrs. Lewis and George preparatory department will .attached to the character;and must sustain an examination in the ed on and perfectly. safe in its operation. ..*.'* Srtparilla has greatly teared, fraiat4 sal

Fleming; about one hundred acres of which are school and conducted under the supervision of the following studies, vii: ALSO; splejtii th. lot tie*, tkerely jUiaj (Teat MtUIatiB toat

; J. McRobert Baker, hammock, and about thirty acres cleared. principal. The school has been furnished with a Arithmetic, Elements of Algebra, Latin 'and DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE- REMEDY Bitemara,k.1..._ Be la ear arefcrea**"'tW Oil

Also an undivided one third bf the late Mrs. fine and well selected apparatus globes,astronomical Greek Grammar Jacob' or F lton', Greek An article of great merit and which no who, I>r.'i prrparitiia. WheB/ake4 ,y ear. .>t**
. ATTORNEYfy JLTLAWtJACKSONVILLE Sophia Fleming's dower on Fleming Island, on geographical, phoaograpbical sound charts Reader;and the first two books of Xenophon owns aTIorso should be with ut. one' .piaieai.I.ta .-kelIBa4r.al *irBButato k* tk* ,

: E.: FLA. the St. John's river; a beautiful location. maps, &c., on a large scale to be'seen'and read L Anabasis Jacob's or Doering's Latin Reader Sal- beat,v*ihoatd act lI'. $'.IB *iTiB| *er pre&riBe to 014

i 4 Also an undivided one-third ofabout ten thousand distinctly from any part of the room A good library lust or Caesar,Ciecro's Select Orations and Virgil Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belt; Braxeclets. Dr. Jacek T.WKeaiTi, Vita ibm..*.>v laa'ti*pBW

WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern acres, situated in'Nassau county, on Nassau x>f choice books also belongs to the school'I or what shall be deemed equivalent. Necklace and Magnetic Fluid. ;; Ito to decide if we are .., JeitU.i, IB p9IA., te.WDr._, '

t Circuit, in Hamilton county of the Middle Cir River extcdding to Thomas' Swamp. suitable for the use of the pupils. EXPENSES.STTRAXCE For the Removal and Permanent Curt; all preparatiea that preTeTeae wkiea I* **aau'I. inen* a* a

. cult in Benton and Hilkborongh counties of.the for turpentine; small skirts of hammock; grantedto The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions Nervous Diseases, of ...lIe.I.a....a*well aa ski ek.ie *I'tk*pee pi*.aa*..

Francis. P. Fatio. of twenty weeks each;there will be at least FEE.-II the student enter as Fresh And of those .r aUjr aaaifxted i.h. f ror.PWlip .
r Southern Circuit, in the Supreme Court at:Tallahassee -. J. McROBERT BAKER. examination each mn,five dollars; if as Sophomoie ten dollars; Complaints which are caused.1 y
one public session, andA quarterly an impaired,weakened or unhealthy condition of Xtrkfe.f:! Ti.: CraaJ fc O AreBB B V T.
and in the United States District Court Attorney at Law, Jacksonville Fla.; will ifs Junior fifteen dollars; and, if as 'lenior-, : I .
report be sent to each parent or guar Jon the I C..G. .v nto.i.3aO nr"... ).D. .Is
for the Northern District'of Florida; and will fXews copy tf.] i dian, giving a full and fair'statement of the standing t. I ty dollars. NERVOUS SYSTEM. S. A. .....M.D.172 CkerrTHD. Is
.
1st Session. 2d Session H'TBaa H. D. :4iib. eer.JtlyiaiUa .Is
I i prosecute claims against the United States before Jacksonville Male deportment and expenses of the pupil.; //Tuition, $21 00 $21 00 This beautiful and convenient application of tlu C. n. Pay to_. ). D. CM Creeavica e,JBarrew Is
Institute.
f mysterious GALVANISM D.D. Stika.I.D.M6 A9. C 4.''
) Congress and Departments Washington.. RATES Tumot.'Pepnru.t class, per [Room rent, .4 00. 4 00 ETISM towers and HAG .. ]. Ca.,. ). D. eer. KiTlattea & Camtto -- 4.'
-
; csion$3; fourth'and third-classes 15; junior ncidontal[ expense, 1 00" 1 00 pronounced by distinguished Jeha Hi.wa.3l, D.:l'4fttk AT. _. Is'
t Being located at Jacksonville far life, he:will HEV. I. SWART A. M., PRINCIPAL. and senior classes, 20;'music pianu forte. 20; guitar Uso Library- 75 75 physicians, both in bnfope and the Unite3 States C. S.BeI.M.. 1>.!hla AT.Dr. .- Is
his entire and unremitting attention to his 15 ornamental 10 vocal to be the most valuable medicinal the CM. ? ..' II.D 84 Caaal .' .
f tire ; branches ;- marie,2; Tanitor8 Wages 1 00 1 00 discovery nf Dr. P.. .D', ..ronTtk.* ; Is
. profession and all business entrusted to.his care Rates of Tuition.Orthograiby library.and incidental expenses,per'quarter I; I Fuel for Oratory and Reci- Age. 1D Dr. Traaeia. M. D. 3US RlTl.fkea -45

shall meet with attention. Nopupil received for a le& time than one session tationroom,. 'I 50 1 00 R. .\VIX. COX S I J I.o.Graa'rLli.D.106Br>*... ..--. -: .i
prompt Reading Defining, Arithmetic H. P. D.anker.iU
,and no deduction made unless for I Fuel Compound Extract Pri411aa.JI. Is
protracted is afforded to the students -'
at cost. A o(3arsaparUI -
and Penmanship; sum W.Tmus.a..M.D.3JO*taaU '- -4.
Jacksonville 18. Iffl per quarter, ,- $,4 00eogntply
,[ I. ,August-29. sickness.- equal to the probable cost i* advanced l>v-end Original of Townsetid's.f M. N. CilehrUt. X. D. 204 Cault";
urammar. History, Composi- From their experience former 'H. L."Pareoa. V. D. QI Caaat. .' : f U' a'
if more >
success they dent is
t consumed
: :. sition, Elocution and Book Keeping, 5 00 feel confident satisfaction. ; it Js"charged' hi ai T IS NOW WELL.KNOWN BYMANI.. -. WitkmelUM.D. 2OllTtr ', ,--; ?J''
rendering Their
ACard.trrEwIwG Higher branches of an English Mathematical -if less;the balance is refunded JL AND < CfcariM P. ,.iis; Caaaker i'4..,
leave the Scientific facilities for imparting instruction' are rarely Board is furnished'with the families of the Professor easily proved by us, thatTOWNSEND H..,, Tri.... 'r1 WkiMkaU ";*J*'.
to State Ihave transferred and 6
course 00
equa1lcd.The: advantages the location need at two dollars per week. -... DBTIOMB.23 If sorit'i, .44
: professional business to J.McRoBEBT BAKER. The Ancient Languages 1000A not be mentioned. Access to the } did olJtain from DR. j. C-AUimtai. Jr.KMOraa4 : .> 4'
ray .
place \Va
unequalled hing, the usual-rates, WILCOX.th. receipt for KenWa t V.ae.JOB Oraal >;L ..,..
i S Esq.;Attorney at Law Jacksonville, E. F including quarter consists' of eleven weeks and two' and health undoubted. Board can be had in the All dues are payable in advance. .The Tuition manufacturing the original '' .'- i. H. Watt.516th A Tea.* ,. .
sessions a day: 9 to 12 a. tn., 3 to 5 p. m. best families on reasonable terms.- For infor' is remitted XUe Li Oaek.-1 0tkATeaa* 5" ;. .'
to all ,
any on application WILCOX
all such matters as were entrusted to my student designed COMPOUND; C. Maria.206 '
.. Exercises the Catrrr. f"
commence on Monday 3d of mation '
t I- day wanted address the principal-Atlanta for the '. and that be .
earebyGan James A. Pcden, which all interested February nest: Ga. ,. .Ministry- ? did after the character and-reput ILion I a.j.aian..a.mapnsg. ..441
.
oct24-3m The tuition fee for Modem Language was established i Jepk I txet. 1>J y.CAlkBT 4:
willv ,as being the ,
. I will please take notice. January 28. 1831. tf .' eight dollars session to be most W.-U.bbl.: B>Blt*. **r.Alex. A.. -4- ''Is
per paid to the lnitr .
"EXTRApRDINARY MEDICINE ,1 ;P. Bey* 199 Better )'. .
Mr. Baker's business'.reputation: for>dilgence! JAMBS 8UUI.IVAN.No. AgriculturalWarehouse.; tor fa advance. u... in the world for the following diseases--'lUch Lurid Marah Tariek .*HaaonIt7 ..',.'.. 4.
.
Saamt Blek.r
Taylor. 1ST
and attention are sufficiently well .established to 12 Whltaker near Bay Street, HAVING purchased the entire stock of agri For students who do notdesign to prosecute the u. Scrofula. Consumption King'a Evil Salt D.D.?Talhaat<41 Baiara -. 4.Is'.

;; injure promptness to all matters in his bands. implements from Messrs. DcnsTow .whole Counerequiredfor a degree a man limi* ,_, Erysipelao Scald Head 'Tight-. Jaabaa Gnn lot Caaaiber- .-4.
SAVANNAH: 'GA. : & Webster undersigned would- announce ted range of studies is of Mrfli.k a....*. r'Rleel'-er. : Nt
tn furnished, ness the Chest .
to
.. adapted JIll ,Dyspepsia Palpi Hj --. -- .
This transfer isa sufficient manifestation of the Faik.r. D. ,' .1Y. Carnll
ft.
and
my that they have sphere course of hfe each ? .
WHOLESALE A3D JtET public greatly increased said f individual, *) tation of the Heart,and aQ J.W.5Isigbi.D.43Jo- S ..It :
''S.-. confidence. in hi.eprofssionel'ability and Integrity. TIN stock embracing besides a great variety,of other '.*jar.a*-*cl& cam be reasonably? anticipated. Nervous Affections General Debility Finer Alba Q.D. A me.. ItlaBti***r. Heary.- '.';..-....
.c S MANUFACTORY, articles generally", of.the following character and The studies this.Coarse .or Whites Rheumatism- 3.P.I Coart"'. Atiaati .
;: 'I MJ\JILES P., COOPER, a.re&rrancd under the ? SyphHiv UverCompUints A. Hetehkiaa. Jr.7Uaiea.- ,J.JIIaeIiI,
DEALER'lit description: Agricultural,.and horticultural .im ,V.following departments, to wit:. Cancerous Humors, Mecurial DIse C. X. .nlll..C..l..S..keU, .....
Arig; 29,'ism MorveJaJL42w. Japanned, Brltanla,'Plauts&ed Ware; plements of. every variety;Jhe'most recent and 1st. "A MATHEMATICAL DEFASTMMT ,which ses, ac. &s., ". -- 3 J. Usyw..4.WC.iil-- -- '
Pre.ee'ttT'OllyrtJe"w.
. &c.&c., improved dcscriptitJnj'JJvg hundred plows of every beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra,the stu For some purposeand; no"doubt in order 'to' P...a.itheor .BaIU. ..,,
JtleROBEUT BAKER, descriptioijnaterialafor5tanners; carriers, and dent will be carried seriajim make it cheap (for the.genuine'cannot C. '
' kinds orC oki g'StDvesand through all the be made C. Smith. CliaUa**rj Bait* sU '
ALL Ranges, of i bras and iron founders, embracing every article higher branches pf the without.great J.Badeas-OlMU.A.ss.Do2ai4
p Mathematics expense,) pollute it t
Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. Florida. most approved patterns, for families used in their line including all necessary tools their application to endine in, such as Corrosive. witJnlinerals J. l>. !.wiU.a6itaB*. HUUaaukBii**k1n '
Sublimate .
NatnralPhilosopy Sulpher .
Aatronomy Salts L. .
".
hotels and all Pano.n. .:
ships; and other Stoves for parlor &c. at manufacturers' ; "' -- "-JK-- -4
*
NOTARY PUBLIC. hall priceaItiIscrLLanEots.Roller ccc.' 1 "". Saltpetre,& 8co. l '- -_ C. H. Clark. K. Mean k Creeawiea *
Commissioner ;or public pJ&ces.Stove Pipe and every description and common gins,' : id.rAw'ENOLtsir' ;DEPAHT ST:;:Comnrisinir -."Now in cons qnen e ot the above abuses;)Dr.'' H. Y.;B.ah.SIt reeBvieb 4 Is*
i appointed by theGovernors'ofthe. of Sheet Iron Work made at notice.- jack screws;store:and cotton trucks wheelbarrows instruction in Orthography Reading. WiLCOX has concluded to,give his,whole WM..iL Msss.25Br.o4wsy-; ;- ..!

it following States to.. take .Testimony,...Affidavit Force and Lift Pumps Beer Pumps;Lead Pipe road scrapers hydraulic rams, force pumps Grammar, Writing Geography History Elocution and talents to the manufacturing of time ? f s.les1wili-gnss' plums a "C

i t; *; apd Acknowledgments to be used therein ;. Tin CASH Plate Sheet Iron,Wire,Galvanized Iron,&c. patent chains to. facilitate .the'drawing ,wet*; KbetorioLogic Intellectual Philosophy; Composition -i HIS'OlYff, ORIGINAL PCBUC.pet forth k, ,,w 8Uty fk7 .. bl
of Tin
"' purchasers Ware can be supplied Georgia and French burr millstones.calcine cast Moral Phi1osophy Political Grammar in-lts COMPOUND. ta Ski City.f.Jt.w York.. ti* telativ
1 Maine, Virginia, at prices as low as they can buy in New York Plasterer Story'OQ primeval state of vegetable purity so thai TevueBd-i '
or ings and for
; raw farmers; plantation the Cons ituti n," rnlosophy, Ornithology Natu. the afflicted of.all classes S""arilJu.la vklek tr4-Tr;.Ii.
.Vermont,. North Caroflna elsewhere. Orders from Florida,South Carolina Mills corn and smut mills ; may have a healing IB f
and the ; ; screws, mill irons' eel Theology Element,of CrItICISES and EridonC.5. balm for all of the above p755.54 fast OU D*. CO.ron'UnUAe

. D ;Massachusetts, youth Carolina, interior are solicited. bolting cloths picks reedOhutUen, and general or Chrl tianity. his knowledge for the last complaints. And-from 3APARILLA.rrer that ma4* ky*'.,S.F.tiwaoaa.w*.
'- .Aug. 29, 1850. tfT.VAKCEJS finding for cotton and women 3J. A. MERCANTILE 'r ten years of the won tile .
k Connecticut, Georgia, manufactories.; DlPAanrEn-rq which, derful healing Va4nsIass; .v* riIaUra* fat We *aiBi* .
:. New York Alabama MILL MACHINERY, TPOLS &c.-Having the will be imparted acquaintance with all-that ia hesitates not to propensities to' of his,compound' ; he W*weald tkerefor.soousI.i.aiy reauMa' tka dek toM
say that he
1 agency for various aid extensive manufactories necessary to qualify for th'' you,. .warrants'a C14Dr..I1$ S. P.'i & o
.arat #
youth immediate of
cure ART and
Pennsylvania} ,' Mississippi,. SEA ISLANDJIOLLER COTTONGISS.. we shall be prepared at all times to furnish every ties of the counting house;including dii- in ALL.ef the above, disorder,,if : :- -. fevKee
. ,, 'Delaware,. Texas/ species of machinery the shortest notice. 1. Penmanshi r persevered according to the directions. Do 't k.Calrea.Baltiatar. '- Jf.
The highest market au.origInal and popular say that you have tried Sarsaparillas and hare '.. '. Call.. .at.... Di*.*f Cetaa*..
: Maryland prices paid at all times for system of this art; which .
.augl.-Iy Subscriber begs leave to inform the invariably produces a not been bonefitted, so 3. Oiih. La caatr lion. -
The wool, 'and hides. All you won t try,
sheepskins, produce of the bold finished band peculiarly d Dr. D. W. Drill k SeBrThHa. 4. -
of Sea adap to
Island Cotton and the pub State the purposes aR; .- '3.),. O. PettavUl ;
received and sold for the of the W1LcOX'S Bren. Is
-
usual accountant -- -
. James 'V. Ilryaut, tic,that he can supply them with' his double and *. -. commission; and business man. For there has.been J.W.t'1...".. P._ YUt. 4* ; .
S. & H. & 2. .""" many of the
sinsrla. HOYT. : CO.; -Comprisin numerous abbreviated name,jrok' op Lewie Schmidt k C...Alleatewa 4* '
4 ATTORNEY .)D COtTIi8ELLO -.n.u 'No methods of Interest. -on the reputation of this article and. .nutiBtekNieh.WWahiMta 4 .
171
:,Su ISLAND 'ROLLER 'CoTTOjt : Say street. Savannah, Ga.REFERENcu'Me computing Discount .. we tell.you .u'I'
GINS. that P.
confidently the Crocker, Jr..BrWBtlU .. -
Will Equation of ,
Payments
attend to Professional &o.
business in the Courts No'doubt is longer entertained ; rs. Padelfdrd.Tay &Co. ,and other Mercantile U. .&lIlsoo. Pits It..- 4. -

/ of the Eastern Circuit.of.Florida:'and in.the Federal Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters they are himself best .SwiftvDenslow;& Webster. .oct 24tfDi1NAND.TOURING ; au eolculations inca operauoiJs3 founded on are percentage for:toireth.' with ia,though SARSAPARILLA excellent 4n Us ROOT. _" .H.J.B.rTl.IJcletwa Jeha riemiag. Pittakarsa' 4..'- :-:, .'.

Court for the,Northern District of Florida. from the general satisfaction he.has given for the owledge or the buiness quisIt ot" a a thorough most inferior Ingredients of tW qualities, .one! of_,tI?" 3. K. .. .. amiwc 4a ..' .. .1
last seven years howiU'receive their .-, counting-room. not tv Cyrae n.".Jr. Lahaeka :. "
:ALSO ACE! T Prices the support ".3. Book.kupinJ-8iDgIe! and Double ] uy'VondtT-JrorkintrC"'poufld I Jells U.rt.a< D.TI... II,11 .:
low and :
Gins nryby
;. DAde- the best ma- The most methods. w on4t these Zphrai P. Lot', BIBikBTr. Ic ', .:
r. for .en r.l.Bu.s: nwno the Slate,. 'respecting terial and orkmanship< V ES'T'A-D'L. -,I sit M E"j|:T. ,- .. of Instruction approsnd in'this branch Will Aeompleto be furnished course t letter- ; but we say them assertions'not to are true to Ule L,...k Cbaadlw. Laaejker- .4. <,

,
injure LRLy.o.M..trs.s
I grant and ,donations of lands, and. the location -BOXES AND B BUSHES ''" NO.. '3 YORJCSIREET signed to lit the student to take charge of do- because we have a right to: the benefit anyone;bi it L. P. LJ'*.. Haro>eay .. is 4. .-r ". .

A "or'sellingthereof." .' _: .S ". "' for alo cheap, and GUM repaired. at the lowest (REAR OF THE COURT., ofaccount boob" any" BeC and it U also true that If you willcan. Of &ruth.. ... Bey. WH kr ?4; ._ "-r ;
rates.; HOtE'SVA'NNAUGEO. .4th. ,w) H AGltICVLTtzt.\L DEPAaneuyr-Com. give yoaaames and residence WBU ft. ,- '
ALSO ACEKT : of people..who Bey'. Batle K.
w, Aceltut' .} ptisin.g a selection from the'EDglish and Mathematical have been cured of disease which bas 1. .3.-J.CtJ'1llo...C..* 4* .'- Ji
: forth collection'of Claim upon tie United :.r.ZLolOA It AcosrCenIre'rIUage Ga.-. -, courses; and, also;' not cidy themselves,but their astonished w.. R. Colbert.Be Her 4* '-
Surveywg '
,
MUMTORD ,Botany lIh.lolau.and. ,. :. I
& stst.Ma.i.r.1u.h.ty.
UARBPV'w- i "
1 P 'State'for'MiEtary,or othe_ # 'scrvloc*,''pensions 1IARDEE 'Savannah LEXANDER'GALL01V.4.1, Mineralogy,Geology;&bemistry. and Agri cul u. names or sonsa.of our,best physicians Who:are K;X. Oslib Water.... .. 1' .
Ga. "
r u: supplies rS' A. ; ETURNS>hi"thanks his ral Chemistry-thei.sst, twoihustrated using recommending, and 1'. 0.1HU. SartMta S riaa -*% 2 :
furnished volunteers to
and for horses or SB..F; SMITH Charleston, S. C. -. R. friends for the" nt.&llcctnres: bJ experlEl ties or Or.wucen', selling &rC8"qU&l1tl- Cn..H. ItBlWrt. : .4* 4* .
r' favors he h : <
w .' 'other property /for 'R. R. REED & Cd r- received quu>v:he : Compound. 'Be very can .> .. : --
which the United.Statesi palatka. E. F, ":- business in this m cvmmcnccd thA: Iu4'ENcirsun- till to get that:WRh the of. .J. D. rr6 :: pr 1N:4t ;
1 1832 DuunDytn'whicb name .J. "
.
S. city an4 would state 14:'Wu. K.T. BWa?
&
to his '
1k liable. BTrTrUOKf Co.-l3Lak Creek E. ciarfe.V.Badj.rvNwvk .
.T 7 F'L1oi.ecs friends.and the public generally that ore taught Arithmetic, '(mental and eoz on' the outside label orr01l'1Ur': : .-V*
., wi't- .InJured .
his J.A.
k.Co. during -
Jacksonville Sheraaa.
: 1. p ten,) Treat**
7 Algebra iathet'
. 4dreuJa holnilIeE Florida, late visit to London and Scotland (montal and writt.n; benellttcd' .. A
t
)
PATTKUOH & ; Fort da ,he has acquired Geometry c' .: Watklaa.BeUew*Fallf.' V
,
; Kwo.jinrnt ,;; various improvements 11Igonm try:Surveyi/ig' with Ir.ou "i iah to know who Jaka R 'X4tt.l.
thiS
; : )A-A. DEboRSKDftrieu Ga. .. connected with -'.' ( tImO use of instru i Dr. .:oo U. .e *ady. Oraftea, 4*
; ; ; meutaju the field have the 'JseohFIn..Ch.stn.-
. < 'YV, >0 Icar.I, Tt,. 'Jno. S. FJ.Lnk.Co. Beaufort S C. S DY1QAND'FRENCIICLEANJ&O tecture, ) HKHWU.Engineering,Arebi- the community.prinoipalOfiJoV privilege referring h -firrt ne l AlMd ATery' WUdHam' 4.Is' ** -

il "' d..T 0 R/iE. A-TJ.A 1 ,' .Gr. IOBL. BBOWJT Newnansvifie..E.F. .which he trusts will enable him;to' give general, -p11lV., .Pcrspectives4raughUng- ,.; MdjTopog; --;-[: 175 > <: -LWIkIu.Theaa*J. CeraUck.PIr Mill NerfnklTa VTtlaf V 4 T,* &--r
S WK DELL.. ._If latisfa-etion JJROADWAY, \ .Ybi_ -
4 an who 6th.
, Office upon Uu Second floor may pleuo 0 favor A TeACHBEsVDKPABTME.Tt: .. 'And- Catler k StUkaen BMWB. .
at ;
Court-house him -The orn rGeen B> .
A ud .
Beaer -
. WATEHMAIC Oeala E. F.. with their iatronage./ : of study will consist of judicious >course It&, .\tb&n7.and 9V.V.L.rI.g& rrnsflj4d-. -' -
Fersyth atreet. t. a lold b .
J. W. PKARSW selection of Drugglata.anc iUr Chondse k C.i, -
-Ladles'
ir ;Orange Springs; E.F. ; silk and wpoienHVosJleanedand f, ,8bawIi.&o. subject from the other ountq Mrohsntai_ 11 8.C.Oar4ier 4.d..
-' -
W"ni:'practico ln leJ-ora1-4O: 'AVvn.tJL & eo departments, Including oYer&htoountr1; : "- 'a. d-
of the : .. '; Iung. FerrY.nd Traders dyed various colors so&I to give all tha.branches pursued in our : '.K. ilsisitlo. "a

! S .Easteri1CIrcu1orF1or143, and. atUod .to the l1W; < satisfaction.Table Core*cleaned or d.rU&a'good: Practical Lectures wUlalao.be:eommon aehool 'C4UTIOf.TOTlIE-PUBLICfl. C rtriditkc. JI 3;" -'
coll tionof claims : ; may be Required.i Teaching given.on., School : u't b Wk BUaeaaH 4*
-THOMASVANCE- euUemen'ganeue h as doecived -ir
! : against the VnltoJ8t..te for ;: renovated a science and as an art. b" a oerU4eate 4
attached *
luj S St. J'fsrys' .. 1850.. in the same good style as tormer! ". :Pupils will : each lctUo I 0 Tkemaj X. '
Military-'Vervices'and for iayS0_ _,tf so aanot to be not only tbus receive( 1 the fullest 01-T01l'DaeDd'l, whicleeftes Dailey. 4* 4.
liouJosto. in
Uta ''
other_ v surpassed by.-any done at the North I strnetion relative the each bottle is it B. N.r-saL-Wittb A4aa 4e
best
dved
compounded
c and* and STee .
most made k
{iropertyibsfordestrpyed -popular der 8ayla **Btk Adaai
l, by troops.(atdervic" Notice may.be required;; .Ladles> bonnet /dye j_ -b I methods of teaching,buU.he'1.1I'ill also b&ve;opo laperriaiolf ot-Jamea R.'h1ltoo.Ch who J.w., Dajtaahrwer> CiaeUBait; 0bis ,, -,. -
cleanedaud ;
Abo claims pressed in a superIor .portunities hu been hired A. 3. aTU. ., -
1 fof pensions of disabled stIle. Lijes' exemplifying th, for iu.oai..3. -
A4 aoldlers or TOmE FFIC : and Gentlemen' ; ) K.ld-
Ji, widows and orphans -A.ND'SOLDIERS> -Glove oleaned'Ctef the in the bOWer4Opaflije. br. h01t'it looks"ben this ChlltOD
4 of deoeajed ioldien.1 'OF.THE'SEVERAL .moat ap roved LondoD tkAhtoll; _' tion; -.::.--. : f't 'J..1t..t the- Institu from the' Datautactof7; residea"J.SO sail -* $, -
WARS :.ThIs '
I -." .Alw.'clatns for bounty land to officers'an: THE REVOLUTION.Bya eatcutated&O '
err; and the widow h. bnvo eatabrthment d, C.k.v.ii..pnskIIs' .
and ? -iLwbWistnjent the
and
orphan .
.of deceased t\r. wIlts aUen to the whGwisT to taketborough nn"ar.y\iQ'ludge 3e fOfyourstJVeL' Secivo bw.,Jib.,.., B.'se.a '4' -
"
-Bcerf and lOl4lerf.win 'r -of Copgrss'i tJi Ieeraand sol-! reception and delherybfworkin 3ack nv Uo and eonro_can have an ojponunftr of. ALSOfoeeecral hind4Ot1Veget& < Ja*>**C.Jeha -
.. ) fire U.' :
to, txamhK title. and '"fecordr, Wd Mcertalnii or more i the widows,and minor children of,those -- 1 .Aunoe;with toe.rabe] correctness udiitri in and't >pro. from & "_;'Wil4.Cci'y? Conl.try..1t'iU Biltera.-ordora' Betua J.Ls.k.Saakara,Csossrl* 4*- 4 -_& p ,

C1to1and. .. '.. .S. '- deceased, art also nUtl d.Tho Sub Crib.,will : (; .f tti,. possible,are also JU--ahor' v attanttonF recojy' prompt) 8. A.-Aaier***, Beeeavtft ._5 5'
provided for '
'
'- ,- i ,' I BaaiMt TIVWIPI* lx. ;,jr -
r _
nnderuke at-a- Systematic -
&IIDetf,J1truJt > moderate 'compeneation Uu 'If 'f instruction wW' -
cAll to ; &s.aJ.SN.Dw.v1Ii.45
hiua wU1 ;tne t with{ claims f those Jnkre tQ4.; JUving been employ. r.ru.e able.'b.&J ('aUJi' '. tUn by lectures sad otherwisoj;begiven and lnEloca; ; i:S 'J1 ; fJl9. .w*. Jey. Parfeer-. Bea4'KdaBDaaa '-' r
r$1tt1oI. j aDdU. lnitramezitljy' ad in publie.qfiee 'lntr. cites in DeolamaUon frequent exerj j i.l' I. ,Jis 'eSW Cktila 1' -
,_. Un. I forouray.ars.lilt experience .1.: -.the citizens ol'.1ack. IImo i.nd4ts .Qd in'English"Composition i "JacksonyureJ.: 'A. DereeT.Vtalator ; -' s'-' -
Ylcfnity 4.'Oct:12tIl.l :
f ; X te "1. ; .." **n ..qdde In such matUrs will enable/him to.'orgreet thai be hu.taeu the'f1)omatonner1.r bq reqnjred of all the itndent*connected with' 6m '' 7 ":' I J. .- UTTSC*.I:- ds.-: *;- *e,_, .1__
the
: ;
*P SL lt5i4 i,-*... -, -. _' **,. facnitiei-to-'claimants* -*f-4 1. ?!'4h tl:2S; ; *' ,t-; : :: .::;, :.. '7i'I' ': : .-

: 8tONB.;&I1c1".e them..:jwatdeal;of*trouble i tadbewW..endeavoVinerit'-t&I'r.rb1r-7'01f th. .- ;. '.' -.j. ,p' '" -, I'5
; jd b1Jl11l 7tii1iIch ." a.r'rrr -svA ; '
fJAckjODviH 't51" .ir .! *
: .
and Jft v v
.e .: Wbfirt ] SwfJ
obtains
., p 1 -.tl- J !
nothing = ,
-
< .Ti ,:
v n.a>" ; ; BJJ !a'sbb4e ot-.ibe j3' .a"o.cIe.7'', -i" z rs B: j '
;--S. charge is madein; letter pnblio ': a late ; 'fi l 52* ((8 ht? t i''
... .' ., !.' JlQ4t-aJd will receive 'atrouge.5-Be: will keep- onstantly reonganlztlo. oftb1 department SIX2moDth, al" I .mappli *
to .
; jP.: "f.o. '''.Q tMMW .vt Ittint&oiAncI'thezectpary, on hand woa 01 the His I V*IU* VM4:faa i.VaL,- .
r. ,"oIo':" : "..-fIr. 4'1 IaatnicUopllenL;:' : "fl- -. ,.:,_ :'' _toni_.,._ ;rand CsteiesMestt choice-.flortl11 ? (!b.b.Jjioad} ; Clotht t Jcn ware.LkUeg measures to t.place-lh f'Boat.1., -'l'mtooa-bat' mtasrQ2hatMXflIU4OtFtO4f Pbsi. ( $&.; :foi'dl.( : _
,
"- t ''' '-jt'1, ; r. p;;&e. : D"-D'w7 .tho '
/ TflT4EXZCVT :, :7f.1l'' ''.CWtZNN1TAU'y.jWub1ngtonD.C'_ ''XV wiU' E&4OtCodeb- .hiob prr, red foondatjon.'jind rftrini."f GeIttdeOe4ed &Qa &a&t.ot"Marr b celebr'y
l ? mot naOW'llWI.adY slspnO5enI
; ':- ;:T.- '' S'OFnt.t. v.to *& ':> i &:; ., ; -
October ,
:.". '- k > .. J8W.g$ *t && .fti .I rt cO&UJti'7 .1rbt.ActdonYi havog a1ns JIOf'IO.v
'. -rff' 1 heietof "aw'Lb. .!
; "' J : fe eitat tobe-geuine.-
: .' -"" I. It .Jy. 'Baft1 v W* ._JtlT'*iai., i'fg; 1 t- .tH; ( Hhi coUo.an4 b. J' ': are duly .uotled j ___ :
; .. 1 '. : > .
of.coursinjecttoauu
: .
kt'. F \C.oBQBIOER.'AcI1D'r'i ,_
.' : -
: < : ( : C :
.
-31sy2t
.
'- : : 4 COAt
,. -- t itPIII "F ;
\ -. .;L .. < : .I 1 ..n. ; 1C, I-11'1y '- !!! :

-
,

*
a
.; :. .,4
.-
.


-.. .. .
'
-
Ia '- .
; S--- -- 4 --ft .
'4.- ---
1 -7 '- 4 -5
-
-
-