The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: October 23, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00103
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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N. MJr TOM ,of May (why dojyouoerer withy manifest "evasion:,; Ton madr3nce tit next train, we "iaw.najmore'pfJuliusnor: By lhe'MnrarlofrrtVrteamsjiip Yacht, ( ftour

date,your !tetter*,) was received.*yes1terday. the same tomriariidC (rerersed,]!vwjth; __ S.. heard t>f him,' until.we' read the story'of his C apt i J;'S.Thompson j we hare BrpwnsrUle text
the Io S di1ike'tobe 'Elurbuiimzth." 1 romantic;courtship arid' marriage amid the ipers to the 24th !nswbich contain theariing' 'when before ,
: I _bare.Entirely forgotten con- regard to pnnciaantyl. It would seem'to one : [thunders : troopi,
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teals of,pyJeUer to t vrhjc ibat Jp-ient in inlninated that you insttadiot of iyslf ,w ri ; $nee the above-.was: written ;we.'rioflced, ti onin jhat .crajucceskfuIreola.on andTprotests;hare>eeaaddiema Ttpreirenialiohs

ifplj and.hare po ppmion therefore- as ; tothcfaithfttlttesa c -I bayeVeerit Uletteitftetlett; i i co1iii1t on,casting our eye over,the Rochester Daily t te Ri6 Grander1 '* TWe "" ", : 3'the Gorernmenf b1GqIteD(1Y

of.your letter .san answer, td the"f rtz'en'North? but tb "Sniiny Advertiser,,the following' 'addiliortal.parti"cnlarsn >- finVTf h> fpllowingfrlUe Rid IBrarp'bfe24th".inst torn 'heAr1ngu>;he has'attempted tb''hflmle

I:bad teat letter after letter,not b the" fro South" &c:IinustfAflte3i: iot'ohce; I -amwnpletely ; -,'- -: ": relative to this amorous and accomplished > :piablishedatBr6wnSviirerPrMitmciqmerio ; and intimidate,,as ifvrWi1trvU4
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i. inCAfe/rand/ oniprtuMte7Desdemona m'tht Rio Qrandt.Ve '* laves:1 > ;
VNortb'w but tothe "sunny..South 'tutyuba&eg1ected me" \ }
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oblige byjeiiing
puzzled :
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"' J )r.OkahTnbbeerOMefofUieChoo. : p .T 1 On"tbbtjeergeof
me-ao Jong I, had, gWen how letters' have sent Mrs Okah Tubbee!-It is hinted that her \ copyfrom'Sin PuWieo.of Mataipras -
: tut many you wlnio"jt'baI j ,
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$$ -J5* jr qYiadspar1 when your letter came to since my.last; ..andutft feand to vkom youlave .A;few days agQwe Mlished-.a cry.to; smooth'that; > S I signed by,Don Ignacio Canalez and other.tizensof tflorwho'mnylookbbr t0rthinRlyi(

bring-'me,'to 'life'that I may die'over again sent them at the "sunny South."'- Oneertain" lanvc toTyoJthebre1 courtship and sud- dozen of them ar dusky ssteror'perhap&huIfa bave> Guerreroand, forwarded.'bV them rue ubfi&funds'ay&' not adinlniteri&wit

I Vuppote.; 'I 'have never received a letter.t : fact'.is: t'haTe'heyer, rtceive3'Orieard en -marriag bf Okab Tnbbe' the'Chfef.'bf to hers. esides.tbe'poor deluded precedent girlmayliI've i the commanding general.of theMexicanirces lonesty; and thrbasUr'olistfti4
*i"t f r > more poiCrfutthan iheiAtersat4
fbrh the Matamoras, TheLmoyeroent
Choctaw ''Indiansr as copied .8l ;,,
within thirty days after,writing the :beforc he become the of :
toji3au: you. even of any save one meF rleiina*Citizen, the editor of which was inme step-mother ,more :ems to extend throughflutthe State"of Talaulipaa ilamor of all.! the Mexickns.kii'orthls
Yen hare *ot beeain Washington this win- intended ro/rny benefit little strait-haired urchins than"in her haste iccount that the'atj'ociouj and tantipubU.'
F think if!they were of his'happiest reins when he wrote the and it is said wilKbe general in
*eKl think you bar been as punctual asyoo5 ron bad better have directed them to the ''romance andj > ibljrshSdcnoTidea that she stopt to anticipate. This'falling in lovewithanIndiznona. 11 the Northern States of Mexico 6 '! ;an system established by the ancient Span 1
canalboat- beats
titll could ,ronwdering'the "rbuhd lame and place I gaveyon', instead ffoI. he wonderful.-..Okahwhocan' ( .,play/.-'on thing that"can be found i in;any,cheap,any yellow !. ..The Patriot forces'are commanded by Co!. stence ph'monarchy of the nation!sdstained/and Itself b xoaeJiqaj why"th'e eR

About way bor letters had to.travel.. I think owing the suggestions of y ui'fanciful imiginatioh. iver one hundred diffrentmusical, instrnlienUi covered book. "Jose MariaMl Caryajal, and already' leiing :._.r immense resources,and iasuhtlnj':
*(!)?and 'is master trienteenQ!)'lan- "->"-- >' p B umber "nearly a thonsandrnen. His plan
yon are in Stcillia, but I shall not believe uages\humbugged hinaA-badly as he did nd pronnnciamento xtensirel'circulasd he sovereign people; Our cbildrei are no;

unless I gel an answer 'to this in the time Your'reasoning .from the length of' time ;lie enamored bride'when.hejtold her '-'thaiveneyearsagojlhatyrv Bachelor's Confession' throughout the i Republic, adopting the ducate&, and theywant't discipliniuE 1tt

employed! in carrying the mail from New between your letters and .:my answers &c; : day, he had a Yet could!II would suffer that Clara rery'to;{day depart make! Impossible a t I velve articles of..the. ,Guerrero. as. found be- the fathers school had of not military conquered despotigm our independence, aC1'r/;
fjbndonto Sicillia and back, allowing just n proof that I hare riot bee ;- in Washing.inland [vho ream'was'preseiited, iihch he:saw to him'as a beautifulwoman his.wife, ,'and, declaration; 4 rfft _, ,, j .. The 'movement looks- truly formidable; ind 'domestic liberty: And,' what ''is jttilUncre

one day for writing my present whereabouts,in common since then 'hi had' been wandering up But theday'passedand though,! was of- nd we believe is'so iegarde.1 by the author- aggravating to-dayis .that the; pech

My portrait is-in Nipoli in keeping of my ases merit its mead of praise for tkretcdnea tnd hat down' the earth, .iti ieafch'bf her,'butf to [teEn along with her,' every tim "I""open. my lea of the General..Government over the pie oldie towns are' dying of hiingrr" ;tb**.

mother, who does not value it, so if yon are if will trouble to think until thisrprovdential meeting lips my heart beat so wildly that could not a"., S necessaries life being-prohibited \
Hit -you just yourself 10 purpose,; summon the requisite co rage. < Inshort, ,the children)of;the; .NpjthVrji,
collecting articles of Vnrir/you can pro-, wice on the subject you may find ;that de- isd brought him face to face withthe iilential "- \ S Dinner over- walk was proposed..of s- WAN. towns being tired o'ftbfs opssode3tcjo'swearnnd :

care that on application. I'was quite a war? lucing from that fact f may; be in* China or image: whom he had seen ih h1 dreanis.We f red Clara my arm, and we wandered,forth The subscribers, all citizens of the city of : do swarosustainib&twelv.5Johlowing5

it was exposed in Athens, but it Is difficult theoutlz. Seai are sorry to spoil' such'a romance; into the meadows to enjoy the beauty of-an inrerrero, in the State .Tamanlipa, cqn- article, and such"others, in'ae-
iomewhere.in -maybein lutasin the.case of' the Hobokea Gipsies, inced that the'national, has .
autumn evening! -The""witching hour? of representation :ordance with'these, as maybe adopted bjf
forme always to remember that a person I he Moon; for there hare been intervals be- he. truth may .as well, be toldthatMr. 'evening has' always a peculiar effect upon I aid no' attention to the repeated petitions .majority of the towns seconding W pfin.

don't know, was residing there at any particular ..ween our letters sufficiently long to, ..havetravelled Jafdiner, the English gentleman! who], is me; and now, with the lovely Clara,leaning 'rbich they have sent to that'sovereignty/ (Here follows* substantially* the'twelve

time. The first lime I see Henry I'll to and from'either place. I affirm, ihont to take Mr. Okab to Europe events/may in the al!* onmy arm, averting her melancholyface, I t trough the corresponding sources,, for- the irticles published abo'reia the Gurrero'pli..
>o take with him a'few more bolishment of the reduction
prohibitions Form.'j'
assure him of your admiration. Where is that I did spend a portion of the of. Chief of felt ashamed.of my. irre'solutiou, and resolv kel
aoweyer range and eventful history .the edtovronose-:" '* *' '"* **" CIt f the-tariff; the protection dueto'stop the These twelve .articjes\my .subordinaUs?

Mr. Waller living! last'winter in Washington city, but it did not Choctaws!, -' was easier to resolve *than to execute. epredat'Oia: of the 'Indians,'already,' insup swear, to sustain,-general Ijr,-with; all theitl

I'shall now approach with awful reverence suit my views to submit to your"tests'1 then, During the years 1833, J34 and '35,..when.NatchezrUriderUe"Hill My heart fluttered so that I was afraid*to upportable, as well as the 'oppression they night and ,boldness,.fighting 'gaJIaotfyaad'Aith

the great question which it pleased you or now. was in all its glory' speak; accumulated nervousness made :me ufler, owing to the restriction together with fidelity, in accordance witbi the''platii.

in a former letter to embody the following I did not ask for that ..Portrait- merely a bright mulatto known as Julius Cary, the powerless.' We rambled on. The last tints le hostility' of the barbarians, and the coinlete Formtoday proclaimed, and'tintil we ex pel)
in French .nigger, belonged to a- band p'of negroes from the declining.sun had faded"away'inthedistant destruction not"only: ,of those, who he enemy from our territory, iq order toat)
words, 'Have you ever been love T proposed the;exchange. It seems strange .who made a;precarious living by the sky; the harvest moon was rising peak- but"of the whqje"frontier, have de- :lie fiontier, States may'secure their.futurl

Profoundly sensible of the gravity with that she in whose possession ills does 'not music .they discoursed in the dance houses, full and brilliant-and CoL Grant ,suggested tiled and resolved to- sustain with' their felicity, and make the-despot*who inhabit B

which my answer'should be ''given I have ralue it. Oar mothers, are 'those friends which gave that particular* localiity its high the propriety of our return before the word rms the contents of the following articles: he palace of the Montezumasl cndentaai''

endeavored to chill myself into a tolerable whose love unlike that of all others we finj reputation'"Julius could; then play upon had risen to my lips. 'S 1. The permanent troops shall,be expelled the claims and rights freemen shall btcipecieJ. '
the ; the triangle,'flute, taraborine, bass drum and "They are goiiig home," said Clara timidly rom the territory the' State, as being per ,,? i- <' tfr.-iswwii ," -*
degree of solemnity, by thinking over in evil well as in good report bones which with the of, the.Jeweharp '
clinging to us as (exception ; > fe licious, oppressive, and useless. Viva la L'bertad! Death totbi fmntsT:&
put and analyzing my present relations with surviving all chance, all change.Vours .- was,the'extent of his musicalacquirements "I.could ramble thus all night," ventured, 2. The citizen is, inviolable in the enjoyent' .'.JOSE MARl ; CARYAf4L.t

those of my lady friends with whom I am however, may ,be an exception; .1am ; as'to his linguistic skill be must to reply. > ot his, rights,and property, and Lin these S;amp nearthe town

most intimate; and now : in full view of my collector of articles of Vertu.- Was have made great.progress since 1835, as the There was a pause. 'of his opinions; the judicial power shall -AanivenofMJad'
no only languages he could then,.speak .were "Ihope it wUl' be fine 'tomorrow"saidshe. e sustained in the free exercise of its furic- "'" ,
past history and present condition, with my there a time limited for the lulfiiment of the bad.English nigger1; French"and .tbe'flash S '**-* Ions, and nothing shall be taken by the' ti -1851 S 5 ,5 SS r ',, ,

hand upon my heart, and my eyes upturned, conditioqs of that T>et! U so, methinksjtmust' languages'used by
1 put forth for answer, ", o." You perceive hare been ;at least a year. When I hilt"-but time-accomplishes wonders. that it was a very feeble sort: of,, a reply ame. S Intelligence wh'ch we re'yj'has jus ieert

my fair incognita,that Tappreciate the it I in almost ceitaineipecta- When the gamblers, thieves, negroes,and added, "And this is the last evening we are 3. As 'a guarantee of the rights and sovreighty > receive from ( arrargd, that1 awtrph*
proposed was vagabonds. both sexei, were driven from -to have you.' We*will miu 'yon terribly of -the Stales, a''reformat ion of the skirmish has taken place bet weenthV troopr"'
that should
necessity, as things f land, you tion of seeing you face to face within that their haunts ihtNatchez, Jnlius* made foi I" >'i- M i f'' ederal constitution is required, thriving the <> )if' Colt Carvajal and,the' reguIarV 'S-

have a true answer. Now, were. you ever time. How ever much vanity I' may 'pos- Cincinnati where he performed oh something \ She said nothing.? j<* - .- ? .. < t 'Stales all thr-powers and,enjoyments not government at that city; in bich'I7 '

in love! Are you now 7 Do you either seas, I scarcely fancied-my powers so unlimited less than a hundred rotisical instrumental We'walked on a,few yards-and I said- ranted to fht,Ge ural G vfrhment. rll 5f-men\vere: wpundedVand-whfchA, l '
hope or fear that you ever/will be in love! lIable heart the Dutch balls and dances in tnat city, and ",Are'you not sorry to, leave England1' 4. The national,representation, or at least In the triumph of'the Patriots. 'We-mre'libt"*
&tmember hare "bet" with I as to captivate' your bymy'epistolary finally went England with t a gentleman 1, "No: I 'anVan prphanf 'I haVe. few i-'theSenate, shall be tqual, or by States, informed bfj-detaiha1'bere'tg'n*do.b4'
you a me ; eh arms alone.- True, I did as.iiis servant, 'Being-shrewd smart- fellow friendsj-and no one to regret me>i"Do -" *' jidl elected popularly,'abolishing the power however, that*Camargfr Jr itf the i haa&*tg&

as willing to change from the miniature.to not make.tbis a 'condition, consequently if he soon attracledTaUehtion onhe other ,not.-oh do not say.that, Miss :Laurence if the-Executive to:appoint Senators.; ;t the.victors-and.,that thejrare nurel*1&&

thafportrait, bath is a matter of indifference demand the fulfillment of the .bet' literally side of theAtla' t.i; and discovering that the J impetuously exclaimed}and*then, S 5. The ''abolishment of. prohibitions and KeyHOSO and Matamoras. i The GorereaKwT
to what the bet.on my side is, unless you English were fierce abolitionists, he resolved blushing,1:slopped'suddenly'' .' "V be reduction of import 'duties on "foreignnerchandise baa so weakened iUelfbr sending Teiaforctimenta
yon 1 shall feel myself called upon to accede to become a-lion: so he contrived to showoff { : im-
I felt' her arm iremble"wthihvrmiheandheard is 'reqaireiJ, and1 ihe duties to Camargo, that these place! will fkUT A.
youV'ri ; &nd. do you think you'JKwin 1- and yet methinks your generosity(ttiou his musical.talent, and was forthwith'set a low sigh escape her. 11 trembled al >osed shall not be over forty per cei.t. ad easily into the bandsof, theirerolaticmi4UIf

Have J a hollow cheek, a sunken eye, a evenhanded advocate of justice and equity) down as a prodigy- wonderful prodigy so. I: expected her to speak-to say something rJorem.; ..? We learn.that General Aralos ebmoiandilqrjlat

pale Visage, trembling step and .disordereddress" might prompt a release, except indeed we brought upon a.Mississippi cotton plantation which should encourage me to proceedbut 6. The heavy.penalties applied to smng- rMatamprasreceived.thft; reports of:threw?
where his humanity bad been crushed and, reached home which makes' it criminal offence, imKtsine but
; &0 banS my head, kiss mV hands, within the time and I should she was silent, we ;ling, couriers yastenlay; what newathey1rouglbas
should meet by the iron heel of slavery notwithstanding shall be abolished the
other ; before the word had; passedrny lips.. Upbraiding absurd fines, ; : not yet transpirdMtherc. ,
or do any thing that experience has then fail. Of the list : you have my full whicfe be had risen superior to the lab,:and myself for 'my' timidity, !, determined oss ol the goods,'without further responsibiity were no demonstrations; succtss,no boait12

proved to be ao indication of love And and free'permission to send one to each and the despotism ojf the over-eeer and stood on that at tea' I would''declare myself; I is. enough, and from the product of this ing, as thelast, Jcbrap
remember I was not only to fall in love, but original, thb' such evidence of attention British ground; a redeemer and disenthralled would whisper it to her at the piano.'* i fund shall be created for the exclusive and'acred the general,was.despatched bait,**

I must fall in love with you-and It was to.be every would tell genius, of the most marr/Uous and interesting The fates had Willed it otherwise. Clara purpose of making war upon the saviges. eight tbwards the seat of warj we'infer that
(!) to me, hardly against you, character. She notwell ** the Patriota'are before trThuV
was not present at tea. was, sweepiag.all -
within 9 months! -7 of which have already from the fact of my requesting it. Oh no! After a
passed. The important epoch approaches my evidence will be strong enough I hope, been' expended upon the 'marvellous American morning she'was gone permitted onthe frontier of the Rio :Bravo regenerate Mexico and secure for her p ople.

; lam'to be in love with you in when the time comes to dispense,with such negro, \vhos i highly.wrought stones of The state of despondency 'into'which'I free of.duty for five years- justice and prosperity. ,Tbe.pcopteoLth4(
his deplorable condition while a slave on Mrs.-Grant For the foreign* cqmmerce'a fronjiernstomhouse United 'States' will not stand',with folde4-a$
two months, or you lose the bet ;. and I have that would be. Now about fell at her'absehce/was pitiable. 8. ; ,
trifles, as cotton and rice fields he bad never seen, hi was excessively cold in her manner towards : ;sball established at the arms :indifferent 4his'ast.r

never yet even kissed your band ; not even love; 1 confess lam somewhat surprised at returned. Cincinnati,, where ,wesawhitn,; me, and 1 also thought the,Colonel changed. town oLReyu s3. r,, scene) "* J 5.5 .- -
pressed, or seen it. How is it! long and your treatment of the subject. When two in '1843 amusing'his auditors, by detailing But I waa too unhappy(to' pay much attention ;9. The towns seconding this plan subject .- LAST t MOMENT1

thin to transparency is it a nice fat kind at variance with each other, the> manner, in which?' he had played'upon 'to these things:' 'I was perfectly miserable themselves to the authorities of the respective : ; 2Wejnstbear .
proceed that commandant ,
the credulitr.'of the English. 'Shortly after flate.i .. States that second the same; ] 'i
oft hand that only,betrays the of and neglected my may -
% presence from the same person, and on the'same this,:we lost? :*igbt o( Julius and did not sec "What roakes you so melancholy 7" asked I 0.'This movement eminently i ,national Ullery on the side oftheki1ledand'8omethrtfother

a bone after a gentle squeezing 1 What is subject, how would yon proceed to discover him again until l$49.when, making-aflyiDj Mrs..Grant one aftefnbohr T' .' and "liberal;'"consequently' .States ,and persons.iitfliz ,

the shape of your face, the .color of your which is, the Jrue, and whichthefalse.,, visit tbro'iigh" New' England, we stopped a 'Am melancholy !*' r>replied'iwith>ftaffectation'ot towns that may adopt the same shall besui. ry arid-civiL% Camargo' taken Pa Tb flht
eyes and hair! Think wbat/woful ignorance" Give rule by which to measure day at the Marlboro Hotel!, lif Boston. Upon I joviality H suppose' it's because. tamed by'the liberating forces.' J1 '*" JB. ,, ,'- ; '; -. tt 'it
me some my
We heve'jiist received Jtj* zpreszaj4 '
an'elegantly .
.entering the porlor, wtdiscovered V be i
.AportioiiofsaidforcehaH: permanenriy
and I mutt be in love jo two .I'm poetical.- wtn 11.
J yet I I need one.i several fetters which
belief for see am likely rrased gendemInwho'app ared.to "More likely because you are proud" .destined.to .carry, oo hostilities the Rio Bravo, w*giT*
months,or be nngallant enough to win a bet Perhaps loo you were oerer "engaged to be be greatly edified by the wit or wiadoin that "Pi udI"S ; 5'S against the,, barbariansunUI the completepacificatioit below! ,, giving' -fhe detail of the'baUletaj't-

from a lady. The time,is so short, that I married either!" Ha! 'I shall hardly.kaow flowed, froni his lips. His tawny complexion '"PrOud." ;'i ic" of the frontier tate'( Camargo.' Bya 'poetscriptin.spriyax lstIcr

hope jour style and manners are such as I whether to believe yon when, you tell me together with :theicb ixuY.beautifuIChmes.re "Wbatca you ean4" [IZ& These*towns will 4not'lay"dowi their we arejiibe.handsof larrj that.'rIaer and5 seysrat ibeyasS other 1thvii&
thatf'adQrhed his person, impressed Meck'that have-tam until the contents of:the eleven preceding -
hare learned before to admire, for the time "J zneanMr' you ? arms
you'are in lore witb myself j moreover, did us with the idea that somelUustrl- peredwith the,feelings qf an excellent girl- articles.be granted and realized.. ;Jf the Rio.qLns9nT d.p 2-1LA.
is too short to fonaanew school. I will tell ypn'jloTed, 'them !- honored and be obstinate in ,.. battle bat been
Government'.should [
you never ony oue eastern personage was.an guest that yon have lost -an estimable prize, General .Dear desperately
not sew give yon a list of, miniatures, but Have yon 'a:hollow cheek, a sunTkerteye,1' at the Marlboro ,?A ffuserjinspecUon, however ybuknbw itt4ost it'outo1'piid !'''Dctfn'oC felusihj"the armed*petition* bf this frontier, fought'-.and Carvajal:'has, been vict iinus'.

when'yours shall bedded< to .the colleo &e. &c. Not that I know,of, and yet those a.t 'one*( evealed the .featuresjof the pretend amazement. Tonj know yon won. containing''the wants' 'of'the whole na- It commenced* yesterday at2 o'clock/and

to4J' !l mak'e out aIt, and if will long1ostJuliusA.s'eoon as his'quick Uyediscbreredthe Clara's.love, and yet.Uoved her to depart tiouf the States'adopting'thia plan-will or only,egd&l thismomingat&..The M xicanV
: you are not the only,unmistakeabl signs of lore face of his old "master*', he Because but tere'at last forced tosn "
.each as without a word,f rofl ,yoq,,,f And'why -: ganize; a J provisional government,jiayuig. done bravely,
permit .to give ,
original one, you -are. they! Time waavwhenvtfiose5"per"fff ,-. ** < .** .!. used to.call us.when he-'wauted1 a'qoarter,1be sb9 ** V *,' & .-.- -.,. $,-' tr'i' j aside, all: idea of- 'scessoaoia1nezatoLh; tender,with some sixty oddkilldaOiL'woe4dU
hall also,have one; is not that fair If'! haps\ -wfre.unneeded( -< "to' prove- that even jon ,'sant ceremony 1fthis admiring auditors, -.."Indeed,'Mrs. Grant, you mistake me. : I and lhat'in rbrder that this 'plan! .may. have* eJ. -Four,officers.7kiUed,..amougwhomwaMorales

should show any preference in your favor and that now perhaps when I andji: ')h ;wt cburUy.inan ivnadejQC osAs have-not trifled -ith her"feelings. I i love the ne'c publicity-this1 meeting has re On. Carvajal's side JKHW :kille3( *
ypa .
now, would it cot appear against me in the haveJovedj hepessive np'proached'we. said in a manner ext her indeed I do; upon) my* honor!' lt' was solved to address the same to the illustrious and-onlyeven wounded The military sn{ .
disclaim there sri moments its l..inL's ii
..4M f : ---Vf* t;, m-- softening membrieYare with yon still1; .Thel"7r" the world ire tybtr'doinr here f'MVHusb! .5' Mrs.Grant shook ,h r,bead incredulously.rMriGrant leaving to.their, causideraliou.and tleliberatiod.the'manner occupied forming tnew laws .and JTguA I.

I was at the opera last evening; "LticreV description- "',;of pry my ,J forba5,1you..wJlLpl.iq *,, bush !* said he;>bakirig'jBis.Lead:andrais. P ; I give yoU nf word as> a iiv"which., they' will> promulgate tions. There wano-artillery with;tael| P,vsurgentSf -*
tU;Bprjinwti'ptrfomed,' Prima teicu frorjsj;t. ing his! hand- Don't call, me JuliusI'inpQt4JuInsL.Cary4,3owI'm gentle Li 3- --- *1VYoa it: -' M s. while the" Government,troops'had1*

Donna anHl'must confess"tb4toigshe* fec, .;mf Mkah.Tubbee.and ,. are Billing tomarry he. I1 .AJB f .*;. J; M;CAN ALES/- = bnttor' mo/e "piecei' :Bat the' ca rinoneerv
'fT n.isi.r- t. j tempting at this time; my powers in that,line e* pftheCboqtai -J ) 'Tmono !' lj4 'IW 7t c'1' i it1 *>** JMGO'JZALES&c.-.,. were picked ofl by ihetifio En"il they coftM."*

sing!irjthi oncn jswe 'r ess, and jacts with are .tot limited; be1 pstiiDt for a little '" hHe; Abtused at th fll i' ing9iuity 111 th "TbenIose, no tune quick! tq london, e Lpba, SepU 3C ItO longer *tand it."A'h:. !

taste, yet her pttformance 4oes'not*satisfy1; and'you j ; .liijT'vs-i',. shall. eforJOUrci1.&napo1 wvB j uiuvug6iu5 .* *"" bun td'eplai"' nud itill b 1I LOn.on3inaplead 4TTo ,".. Wosi'hast ,: -
V ((1 St > '
> !'- / ; ( c to brtnfc hima dwn Ie'ind'th'yordiforit 'GiNnriloiLa4 ; & '
UUettk'powei1 the poisoning"scene;:passiesoff whereupon, orderingTi'serrtot yo '
; S .. / i '
.anothe.ic. ub }
-.t :t S-
t frocking cbair be drew it elose! >alongside youwiLmake C1rat'th hap rMeW&r1 "- .uaTO -

i without 3n I.- ao/pkbyir--very.;, 'great deepsjr"ao4 display tlae'indig-\ian.onpfjbis.relstionship-- How can;;Ivtell i.whethermyf style.'and and PieaUiog bim elfr'! --oU ,us bit libry,- iestof, ,WOmen.rz 'luid tytwho'ndtrmj/ orders, swear, to'ctmbal n--Detir'my'harV'cointnunication'? ey.T wtefHrtu
is manners IrscbHyoz1bavqlame&1m theoursenfhchhe Alii S.| ndon. fi"Joni cyriui steamerCor
'4 >* jn ; Tbatvery, nignU.was 4 \ (1 ugainst Tyranto. is c; xw per ,
admire' -' >"i unless,'W-sft'yon J let -.pwvbt-f they'. made good thing of ii in.EngUnd.by being jt! &* -i '4 careful :toiITeot toodmanquarC,1her& i All people.vou earth,>both-. :ancietot Jand vett>, which infpimedt1uuI3t3as' u-.M.* *.w. jy,
% S
carelessly -.4 -.F. > poorfdownHrodden slave,1: btif ihathefrI Itfe'd1 Lady!''DasbwO d';.but termedwere1tontem
p'aa.Iidsning they are
arer.that } mayknow.wha' art mycha j es a raodernhave Men,.the'nseies, oippeUe4by
I be co"uld" excite ftb sympathy irl that way an. as.i'came up to the door i wean** li hesitate J 'weight of the oppression of onju yian'an'&ttakoiithe eTCniflt9thad1
? of winning ori-lo;5pg. >Accept t my thinks r : J? *! the enormous! It
iucnthey'd wai WZiuen
less bepreteUded-tO De ajugUtVetanu uJyliwinoproriqcau; et4b13'houro: artnsandreconquer oft which' thatjetter VZIILstta
yFe1t dejJ. n4&be drininz soar, w a._en. yourr politeness" but rroml- tand"crtfel tyrants; to take"Up
'*" "" "'' f> '- "f V 7. V for thoughtful !aptto lwould rnctctvc5 .At with fire. anJbtood'theit violated
corfl, j fxtaileman.whQm 1 invited to dine. antes> t r <, overwhich/.J" -bv4o" JtV-'iJi fftPfaA.; T,'..4M",'. be had no eare.JQ1O..5O neconciuaea 10turn pa the morrow I- wa iii Pprtman jPquare sacred?'rights; reas8umingthat!'
MicaU4 to go with-me; and i I6rpne .prevent,i *7.. vf my* hearing-s Svj Jenny; Lind $in N .*,Ixjn- ] /Indian giyenCetl15n4 ftA'14. byreerefiVclock' "Tbe'iigbrdt omew gentlemen which, u a gift of the God) of the Universe, the eek'Y1'fugei'thechUrtb
-' bs. ie/.as A ? a-mu '*" ust.s easto Booking 'peopleare'sovereigngovernment'wasVoaly
to tnem.
; a"tpresintiny.'tfoijnfiis tr'chtse"t&be the fo mr>,that fci infeht Berratift ihaliosteaijofi knockfing.athe belongs ,whle f und i coI'Carvaal ,wisthrti
o ti) w1 il come Lit i i 4in, me so instituted; tomakeFP "'
!$ ppity, -. door.J-.walkei jAbou an.. reim Ufltin ( 'tbee o1foub
., fSI .pM ,.. ,. ._, ,, coin
y Lu>d appoint&S :tth p;a.te -. especials nptic-of h rttof'portwdc of..thsocety hour afterwards 1 'rjeturned,.when, to 'my, (people M M.J.I., then; .M, are jihe"grantor.aii,:t? ; v-gorer?; dye4 meO, i1I, arighyInfotated or.i

isiefewhal. say yon, will-yoi totnel' winter; .1 nr: ho adeflVery.s'cceas- 4isg a the a'mere ,and theWorld knows'lhat 'company om Guerrero,
K -* agent1
gkdbl puL t i V fut* t&the'natt tpf gipng concrts.be.1a3A oudo rJaWlt'4aa thaedsof ent f elfowsdo when'arragent, fathom cafrying'ont the will oaJose"MrriA Cane3a&'DIciiIjEanWa3J1acedF1th4
: Giwmeybnf.TUWi ;
d1dino'V bIj rofe fro'iwhC'btU aJwaylo ngingMepsJI* I '*'" bf
: the ell-beJng
.'erret ctfuITy, : 4I4 nt .. .L.A.i/.*--'i.L" It'-it Volisu'i.oyed. !?--: "iriLpr.procuring
t Y'd fa1 i8ttu. entreutdecontrnandcpt.iTen31C (
I he" ouWlftb7 v could t1fa; i't| fltt.uVyi.s9IjWalkedS hiS isurp powtrs opt granted tajm,
in, own-CPtJCi1L: "' .' 4'Li m rtJr daspc a1IOfl$ flute1 oef which jt',' '-' S' '' 41' and lakes*nntb' himself! his master' "proper-, uuuemn.iig coiantfrna1
ouuk;( n3lquT-juTtf I 4 I to tit 5. wnoe' oiflext" ;'rightstUereby eanain 'hiajijiin; S ri'dother CamarO
ibeadmjfatiob.pf lb a yiw wojUamiedlni'irrU'ing : -"' iii '.r. w left but.tQ jemqTe-lh tba4 ,
Wth inoraswrtal andoTV'withoulinye ?
< !
3 l3Z1y oqtleii&nd1 o. anIo'an' ronahawk, npiwbt4wrots. .Ski ant.tahdin>h.is place put a more faithful 4flT4a"b' tt'
L11 )1i. ; nw>drffem63. t Icbwu coegothaiECtfle --itlr- -- '.li 3 9'9W>r-4J-; \* J**>')* 4" naoaz& eerotljej' i cE ,
.Afetror -* e ,
.. 'n.tidered &virtne, s ,
sS'of' pfurneo/eye.wth ni 'imple.$.Mnes-t ld.he was'doing al goba'basihessirf'Boston ;uaoIM 4c3ted tQgly qp 4ttic,5iIaa; Initself the ReuWic'ofMf tied!find 1
<.'" *-* 1: ? ? bsthb54rnafrd'&EccouplihiL: 'ope1watttbet and
hnd see ela '
ytuwei 4Y 3W5-i9Ww( HlS>. and.more-pa.rti '
and in
WbItoiedyhai4hledFIth'hJm, Tfte
sqnorwoatic atd epuh1ic ,
ILb tba thc..aridn been part ofmyi beifigf-trHhonHany eon- ) rong1)and -I atl dup. ,unfdrtonate crthutPoft1ons end oJthe-last'c*leJt'tb.em'idmisery Mexrcai4'*ol4ie *b.iitita'tekL b1% *

&ttettutrJ! ss yr st4iii stindardEbave iaea'eAys.rn'Tcationtbedart. bezzeil. us rnot ;q expo4 nun,, as tb ., I I,4"ea and"rwTth6ttt"ItrTchgst.. rjriterjesaWresqat #* J *

&yiihri1o4 ; e* *'TheI pr>perj"wa "tiCarlf

? bifft p'jei k4P ; the f&14 '*b iil the Mng&s t$ fthIdgOiiriu4ian all lost;without JtemuneraUODjiohy millidiusbs

pp4uc.oa bc Mm4M pfdOUAuqul¬

? .. 4.' I 8 i W' uuliig-mr, ndItb ghtsafld3tbsp4asesaaon.otwhicb
Ceptifl $ rn ) are olabduIisidwe
> ; --" -- "- L-1 0 &: 4iaMikt'W
{?i| trust tb gtntlesMiftio sosuforturihte.a4thIn1- am & $ ldoU&r&l

tft PW fl
he.arti-3T' boM be
Permit me K&fflmW'V oTbfSpt' fW bkmaffwhofwM
> reMnce, eftSaflh'tifrior. nartieam '
s eAry re O* h"fbe
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including a considerable' lot of manias, imperials .' ited from"entering the St rt., Of course,. f-s 1 lSS5oS5o Bim.Ik .. ; iIte't' (.ot'"'rr6t, ,; i 'ci'vMit' .., Th America.from .
&c, v there fugitive, the $"JU be no fug\ If : iifn ofJ Liverpool, arrlyj.lIsiifaxonthse'vening at
are no ; F $sieriiCwshcrt ,towUcl: ;. Ow T.. or U '
'- live act to be executed herej> thus the; j M'iq jTAwSSttsit; Oe u, leeuA j I'; mmJcan;i lif5S'tl . 1a' At.t ", 18,51.. .The Franklin arrived> 15th at Sowfc.at SO'clock. '

Rio GunK CUT, Sept. 20,1831. abolitionists will be gratified, \a we all shall 2"otA''Edilf'hJ/4tc'ifJrid b iu\\ft. x ft"'ha'e hedto't {rb i' 'tm.tJ : 1 on the morning of the 2d last.
Messrs Editors write be saved from?the disgrace.1 of.treasoB;nibbSJ ) < .. Sl rf" l a rtit 9th there ampton Cot.
-:: you in haste to maim A 's r pba piabli ut pate o( AmilacDraCterWifl' T *- ton for the week doll and fiat at a slight dt.cine. .
murders and permits tom1Itt&ot
wy' that the revolutionary movement on the NoiviHage the Oth inst, a'letter Arraign -me. f rt is an extract taken from a Ch&ileston,paper, ( Sales of the week for consumption
other Vide of the river has commerscediri.anaUt. powder magazine,10.be in.the midst- of, !t: let'the call,of the Governor for names and written from Savannah 'have fallen off considerably,
( be unbavefuU middling
These it seems, are. in free | eiercise of the pardoi .'p er"crime purpOrting'to qoali.
.' The two parties have been fight- runaway negroes ille .. 'If they are right incomes .*: tie*MSr1r.&J' wer w ?y1l1eaIL
some villages powder magazines, which blow hic th'e 'b..o.iacreUecl lpe W'c "** det r'Otrsp, 1Iet othiehJ)
Igante the&ght' ofthe J8th The Govirnroeht"parTv : r '* tt I. liA to > ;>and much Dtgl.cttd.V ee '. a.'
them invitation; :wethiBlf
ofcombustibilitywhich to' resporHJTto
that :
) lint ones' piece of artillery, otherwise peaceable people into state ,.enconrage& theLUwIess_ ,and.'-bulliesendaiigereli'the ...,- ; w/jiter} pretf nd |O knowledge of .JW.m'li6 r OtU1I"fiAI&Jex 8R'
s1 t
and.are\fofti6ed>the .urtb' -thc beselg-! makes th'emblJrn'; the.: .1res of% peaceable" .citizens.- t -' '* eiriJu1 n to 4*so triU'be'equivVlent thet'cottoo'erbp.of thb, State,; 1tiz. toy jn- 3,000.. Qaotations-Fair bowed 51-fc Qt,.
statute and' the.Federal vconstitu-
tri have nIYBmaU A courier who even i'futationofyrfiai| they allege.:
arms leans 6d. Breadstnfls In -
These" ; -- 'tention/tb notice bnly 'th e latter paragraphof steady demantf
was 4i the/.ftght: jnrt arrived, reports that tion itself. The best way of getting along are. grave charges against a 'high- / Kossuth was not allowU ;
about sixty_ 4berMexican side, including with such combustible. neighbors is to remove functionary,of tttfStatcjWihKld aStieigbtlymades.i2 t *TI ttfaf of''theTdfywrp' edai< St.A hi. letter, viz : The weather.la fine for seilles' to go to Londcnand aa1ea fd 1lnI1It'1ftr.ii2.., .. -

four. 'of5c "
Atnenoafts ndn eix'Mexicans of the revolu-, .Yon say,.fThe above comes,tp:.as fro which; uia described jn oiir, last f was saspendeioittiie tbif*tatemeat frflnA eing correct; tlia ta \ about tot f ytensive ( "4 .

mall ti Di.reinforcement.. .wounded left butnot here last mortally.night and"another 'A ,, F u L HJ n A.fl EP.HU.L I C !L3ACKSON'ViLLE a highly,respectable correspondent# !, vesidiagat&diseanceancLwho i5tbafter.the" examination' of sert:without i ', fear..01.qtri, dic i OBf.eonnproi The World's icale.! Fair.closeJoa.n* th. tUk.-

this.morning! .L,j is also one of the old'! several.r, '. < ;other'. : 'wftaesses.-j.- on.:"behalf'" -'- ''..r\tbe- 'LIwWt ,T'- pidous ff ;these?: )Very,ptirpose*bai ,Rice',is inbettcdernan4atprevioe prf.ces .

Among the knowing. ones at this place it ..** ;" :' est citizens oaf.our Territory and Statewbit, i' bellant._,.:Tlie. .,' moIy'1i! ; : ;,some noV.been in sevenjrjears.;J'-.paring the month '-Sugani have receded 6J. ** 'l'Lbndon ",

is said President Arista Is %' the head of : T x 7. T' # 'J you. &ike care to. .withhold i! from the public his of Ihe same'!tnors'tbat gnren by.the'! ,of. ScpemberWCbadW1th.: warce ady -: Money a t.l cb iaft. ''***
this movement andthatheis fJi route Thursday October" 1851 .J *- i *- r=> : :rr '
now 10 i -
from Mesi oto, the( Sierria Madre his ob- ,-- name,.and residence and as-.you .say;'al fint. "',mYntioned.wHneWs.althoagf- :,. fI.an' 1 "P of ex.eDptiol,1.t Jl e.J.1.; an4* .at I, rbt8t.ac.; Late- and:-Important V ', .fri'a-- .JIftIe.yrtab.

ject being to '.revolutionize'all the Northern'exican ,.ce-'In a few..editorial l .renia k in our though,perhaps not designed as' a-newspaper 1 much :.interest '( efinaUbearingr6fiahecase companied>vith: rain ;,so, ranch 4 so at"pitititheIba4'onsOd '-Tronbie of th. OeTehMe..-"k.'

Mates.-. .." last on the subject'of the'Cotton 'R1trs'Conventionan' publicatIon I! ,"it j is clear that 'you.' hive. -isi'" set'Sbwn.' I fprU! e firs"' _Monday' .. .in De' I e'ventbonsan4pon4s. "'Accounts from tbe'CitjTof UcxicG\'to'. \
The following hasbeen' famished us by occurred, which H"" "ji ,-.* published 1f upon,"your, own e5pOncbilityNpwlionest cember.'In tle'is leanwhlle ftlrther testimony; ,of//.wet, cotionVi. noticed, ., 'as. -, ,a 'circumstance 7th, represent the government to be U grat
gentleman wb Cam the in the, error must 1 -i. 1 ** J. *' ; .j I coufusion. Many in ffisctaal *
to "A
n city ttenjU,Bav
: expeciedi from.tl; Orleans and New whcl setat nought the"r. {
"elt .
: : woutdhae. .
and fj tr ,
Yacht; have been.nerceived_ \>v most''readerit n __ _____, _n ;.reflecting people been made to appoint anew Cabinet, ,TbT
-There was no excitement at Brownsville which we correct : In'JL' .sentence closing' more ..confidence in thesincerity' of York,- for'whicb" -, -commissions. .,,' .- 'have"' -been' sent- rectness .yoorjextract.' .The cotton plant, Treasury l is at its lowe'ebb"andi roT?
if the DistrictlAltorneyi'v> ix! | from rnost others i mtbw. particalar i erhment resonres'hearl/anhihiTjaed1.U. *5'?
nor Matamoras on account of the revolution with the words "be followed by an ''allevia your "efforts in,behalf of public' mor l. by difiering .o ,
when the 'Yacht. Iffu The citizens of the tion of the youhad giieii the.hameVf your 1gbyr) : Messrs. CharltonWard, and Q\vens of is liable'to.acquire.aseepnd_ g !!hPba .OK Account "tbe'revolution la North '
political asperitiesvhit 'now
Mexico bad reached the
latter place were .quietly though anxiously' because if Savannah;'and"MessrsyTutham: : and'Melntpsh after it has,reached iu maturity a juccor, as :not yet capj.nt;
distract that State" the pectable correspondent, proved .Laternews: bad been received ,1'.1'
awaiting the arrival of the Liberating Army, word'aiperdiM ,was fzpm. .
which was on its march there. Gellr Ava- misprinted atpirants. to"'be "!achl/his name would..'add weight of Florida' ,:are,:counsel !fpr'tbe.claimaVt"andihe it;Js.termed;is'producediby heavyjand: con Rio Gra de The'Sheriff of'San Fran'ciw

los was 'making a pretence of resistance to his ehargei''whilst! 'on the otherhani, !] Di'trict"Audrney, Mr. Call, for i tinned rains.! Thisjofertopa ,the plant :;and (Mexico) bad arrested twoaf the negroefor' }

by barricading his-house, &c. ; but he has Large Supplies of. GoodS., sh tid he turn put., i lot'be.a man, of doubtful U. S.- ( 'r '** I so.Bhatterrjthe .sriallef, boils'as,,to.prevent: Wild Cat one of whoraisOofierJohn/alet/

only 200 Government troops with him,'and. The supplies of Fall and Winter Goods "respectability" and moved by sinister view, : their ripening, ensuring a ,lois/'of.'onethirtof der j in the Florida War, but .wbo was/reedb
it that he will by treaty tipalationst. WiU.Cat
is .thought evacuate as soon > The Great Kossulh < JSj.mo
ai the Patriots make their appearance. He laid in by' our merchants are unusually his charges would go for no more" than they; Our Northern hand the > *the i *fruit- "- ,previously" '. ,*calculated, D'as ccitan 'exasperated a dit saporeh: aed that thi"

Has crossed large amount of,money and large this season ; hl h.with the opening might be worth. I must therefore respectfully exchanges at, : attime by theplai1.1 negroes'\viU'ret.f .w-a-**.* 'f "
contain -'
treasure ''to Brownsville for safe keeping.He of several new.Stores that have, also their. ask of you.lo favor the public 'wftl! arrival of of writing no :;account of' the Snchtis my'case v the 'present year; 'and 1 I. .South. :' Carolina. ,Electiss.--- .',.: 't.: OLfLi(
..the.. with
made requisition upon the city of Mala- proportionate offers a fine market steamship. Mississippi venture h .p"redic .one planter.in ten f"
quantum the name and residence of-' YOlr. highJy re- .! n'.I The Charleston Courier, Thursday last
for 2,000 to the Patriots Kossuth board although 'her arrival' isdaily' '
amoras men. on
oppose for individuals in the interior who has J like i .fate,i the
stores iirimediatelypn folio
or correspondent. '.escape .a: gives the' win g' synopsls fjel4riiiis'far
but they refused to raise him a single man. pectable ', .
About 200 Americans have joined the Pa- wish to select flom a variety low prices. ,I have always been'strictjy conScientious expected. Preparations on:a 'pn'and seaboard tp: the pr9spect'of,:a heavy received : fDittrictt **. # #*\

tr ta.under' Capts. Tremble and Lewis. We are safe in saying peculiar advantagesare in the discharge of all my public duties appropriate scale are being.made in New crop beyond..yb\vriyicinityl know':Otng" Co.operatios.FirstCongressionMDistrict .''i Setemi**'
. Their' march will be a triumphant one y orkfor.h. 8 ;reception! ,by,the authoritiesand ; .23 ',11.,
offered at this point to purchasers with without consideration of .while J utterly,deny the capability, of a I < ,
consequencesand Second do. do, ....
through all the Northern States. It is said i others., ,The rewel i io to'remain at bequarantinegroundwith ,
that Tampicc is ready to out wishing to hold out fictitious inducements if t have erred-as I doubt not have traveller, be be,ever soexperienced a planter Third do: "do.' son '' 'iiit-
pronounce..Rabago its illustrious ,
ior mere local 'interest. Indeed so off it that ,I passenger tO'ju'dgewith'any thing like erta nty.as Fonrth To. do.186t. :,lIB n
,collector of customs at Matamo- -I desire to be made sensible ; Fifth .do. do. 1m.v. 11
ra.; escaped,from that place and came over large have been the stocks laid in by Jack- Improve by experience. I mlist there: tofford'tithe for the..escort, &c; in"the to the crops,oi. a. Statethroughwliich be Sixth do. do. '274711 '"")

passenger on the Yacht. lie alleges that sonville merchants, that they themselves in may fore Curthe ask of you to caue .charges city. to.be' formed. The President has ordered passes'by steamboats! or railroads! 'I equally Seventh do. ,do. W74, t.' :.,l46t Ii

CM life was theatened. all!oar naval vessels! and military posts ,-- .)
some instances admit our market is largely and specifications to be filed l in yyur paper deny the power .to anyone 10 s"nof. a Total. - 12775 ,1912

MEXICAN" AFFAIRS. overstocked and that to avoid ultimate large against me. Your own sense of justice which_the'Mississippi may pass to fire salutes practical planter, and has not ,had. ,occulardemonstration Majority for" ?peration' in the above:'
We find the following items of news in sacrifice low be order of the in honor of the 'occasion. In New to which must be added! the
the Rio BravoResignation prices mUll the must point out to foe that it wi I not do to ,of the. fact. But my letter 4,863, maionits1iii
: York a proposal has been made to iai.se, the i Fickens, Anderson, Marlboroughj !
with. : *
day begin off with charges of so action a character has.gone' .beyondwhat at first designed,
the Cabintl.-All the get *
of mem and
of for the exiled : ville EdgefieW; deducted,the, rumored
sum (100,000 as present
Almost every article which necessity or ofi in t eState .which: was merely! to correct the statement '
bers of the MexicanCabinet resigned their against the highest public :er one in Orangeburg..which will give i a total,
portfolio* on the 2nd inst. Don FernandoI.amercz even laney,'can suggest is to be found on with the general declaratu i that "al patriot t i inasmuch ,as he. intends entering upon as to, weather,",.&c. I will therefore add, thus.'far, of.7,129. .' '' L. '

of 'Durango, a member of the Suptene hand, and it will be well worth the while of though we. are not familiar with he cases in the noble pursuit of. agriculture in our I am not a ''habitual complainer," nor, do I C' ..1''!' .,'Y
Quirt has accepted the appointment Western and the list has been headed l\IAsTLu>.-The result of the election,ia
bargain seekers to us a visit. Many has ari there is country, desire be understood <
of Minister of Foreign Affairs. He is pay which this alleged abuse |en, to being in'any way Baltimore city has taken both by
parties -
charged by the President with the formation articles are being retailed here cheaper than ground for believing, from thi' complaint by GeniD the New York Hatter, with dissatisfied! with my own prospc!.. prise. Ever.since'the organization of. 'the '

of a new Cabt.IiuIiansThe in Savannah or Charleston, and as cheap as made by friends. of the Execui oetthat the $1,000.. The American,,.people. will give I am yours v ryespectfully.A district, it has'.been represented in. COITeII1by !

Indians are committinggreat they are retailed even in the cities from has been vtieldet to too great Kossnth welcome with one acclaim. We a democrat and a. nomination ;by'tb K

ravages in the State of Coahnila Du- which they are imported. pardoning power. would be happy to see him! ,'.after'having acquired slave Daniel Davis, whom Ve mentioned democratic party has generally: b en/eon-j
and Chihuahua... -The Governor ol"Ihe an extreme. I since been remandby sidered .
razigo citizenship 'bur some.weeks having as equivalent success. Tbe.offi t.
latter State has organized an expedition, County Elections.In I intend to have these ehargesftboroagbly national aft,ira.participating even ip the commissioner to, bis owner at'Bufla o, cial'vote is for Whiieldem., 5453; 'V fJJvbig166n
which he commands in these hails OWQ The
person ogainst investigated. And as they appearedin \ CongressionaIiepreiintz.A
ALACHUA the officers elected subsequently
county, MMHBVMBMMWM BMIMBM* New York was itappears. -
American Arabs. and commented 1 t tion, it i* now ascertained,.will ;be as iolJ
A. M. of --Probate-Sam in your paper, < i by you, TUB USlOir TRIUMPH IN'OEORG .before' the
MLIL ..-The mail between Zaca- are Caston Judge ; brongbtup Judge' Conklingpf lows : hHlt't
tccas' and San. Luis Potosi 'was' taken and net Russell, Cleric of Court; C. L. Wilson, wish in the same paper to make yindica- Mr'Cobb's majority ,in,, t .counties in u. S;Courtxbya writ'of habeas corpus, and 1st district,Riebanl.J'-1owietwbir.- ,; t.

carried off by a bandof, robbers, and the Sheriff. tion, and desire that you will ca se the persons Georgia is 17,626 with'Irwin to hear"from: released. It haS beengenerally statedhat 2d district, Wm. F.-Hamirton.cJem'-It :

mail rider .dangerously Corn in wounded.Fuav't. .is HILLSBOIO'. COUNTT.-O icer* elect.-Simon who have made the eharg s, to make Charles J.'McDonald_has received the' 'vote the release of the slave was apon thegroum 3d district,"IMw. Hammond,defff;. ? r ,
nine dollars the laoega Durango cr nearly a selling dollar a Truman Judge of Probate ; Martin out full specifications' of all the cases com of only II counties out of "ninety-five in that tKe.fagitive law did not act np slaves 4th district, Tb s. Y.'WaUhiwhrgT. ,ts St 5th distrctAIex..Evans wbig'i ? *,
peck. The same scarcity exists in Chihuahua plained of, that I may nndersta id the nature the State: -The Constitutional..Unionparty ; 'y
Cunningham, Clerk; A. J. Hagler, Sheriff; who escaped: pfevioaft 'its'passage. The 6th district,'Jas--CottmaDt.whig

and in all.the northern provinces owing Michael Garrason, Surveyor; James Mc- of the abuses of which I have .been has s majority,of i;110 in the.Legislature consisting -' following from the'Albany Register.describes This shows a whig.gain,pi oue aiace-lx thjj
principally to the incursions ol the Indians. guilty. And if it shall! be made thatI last election Mr Wash! '" '' "
Kay, Coroner. appear of 179 members. = : more fully and icorrtctiy the, reasons for his ( ) .
Orders have been issued under '
: have acted .tbe be ., 1'. it f.rIa, fO J'?Ot
corruptly,Jet penalty Well done .
Sr. JOHN'S elect.-G. 'r"
heavy penalties, for all corn and other bread- cooNn.-Off discharge: 4-
me. If I have erred throt h the :infirmity _' _' or' '; A J letter to'theJfe// ?ain t '\Jt ftiLt '
upon ;;
etuSs to be :'sold.at retail in the public market of Probate P.B.Du
Humphreys, Judge ; The decision Judge.Upntiing, 1Iy wnicn
The election in South
resu't'ol..tbe' Carolina Francisco
places. of my nature, !let me be, lade.'sen !i- Daniel,was liberated, calculated.to attract ifthe1att'momentgivs'more
Clerk R. B. Canova Sheriff M. Solana '
mae -
CAjurouruNs IK SOKO'RI.-The Monitor ; \VeeJ"man.; ble of it, and I will make :the proper acknowledgment must be regarded as a signal' Union tri considerable attention. It ,turned upon theconstruction' particulars. ',than we hare .s eielmswhere
J. 31. Foniane P: J. E. -o.p ratiOnisisi: of the result of the CaliforniaJ3ee
Republicaoo of the 29ih ult contains an official the umph. Tbe: have been of the'lOth'section of the'act. j
note from the military commandant of Pomar, Commissioners;' Wm. Reyes,. Surveyor to public, an endeavorto crowned with locuM: ; and as the other We would,gladly t publish the.whole l of_the tion. WCgIeanfrom'itthe! : roJ wingitemsTj
hereafter. .
Toezan io Sonora to the Governor of that.State ; Antonio Capo Coroner. do better ,But }if'( have been. Southern States'in'which elections have ben learned"Judge's doctrine,but''want of.room ;San Francisco Cp7 Votes'not qnite"alL can
giving information of forty-eight armed PUTNAM COCNTT.* -W. W. Tumblia is reported -I, falsely charged let the odium 1a4 upon my compels nib. omit it.The; following abstractof vass .'bQt a'.Whir inajoritv of J. O on the .
held have declared in favor of '
Union 1
Americans being in the neiglior!ood;-They tradncers. Yours very resjtctfnlly South it however shown the points which he has :Ticket/all the Whig Canary tth **

ay..they came ,to get permission from the elected Judge of Probate this county THO. &ROWN.Ve & Carolina pledged with'thetri, to cooperatein raised. By the 10th section of the law, the chosen but the Legislative Delegatioa'splfej

Executive to work the gold mines of So!?ora. over Capt. H. R. Blanchard; though .it staying in the Union.Tnc person claiming a'slave who has escaped has up.by.the success of the.'tndepe de,.ticket

The commandant however is persuade* is also stated the latter is'elected by a major publish the above letter incompliance only to apply to a court of record i in, one 'of made up from the Whig and Opposition by"
that the advanced of the southern States and make oath that the the friends of the Lynch-Taw Yigilaace Com.mitlee. .
they are
guard some [ :! of three votes. Stanislaus Glinski is HAVANA CONSULSHIP. It.is
with the wish of Gov. Brown] .announced ,
as an an- -.
\ : W- ,
eix hundred others who are about to invade man owes him service and bas escaped.
that State. I elected Clerk1! and R. T. Boyd Sheriff. .' swer to 'the cocnrnunicationahlid. editorial' that Charles C. Langdpn, Esq:, .of With the record of this oath, the owner' or Sacramento Opposition.ticket carried

Mraises or THE GOVERNORS.-The Governors NASSAU coC-NTf. Officers elect.-J. T comments-'.which appeared in thft Republican Mobile, has been appointed! 'United 'States his agent may seize the alleged fugitive anywhere by 400'majority, being.sustained* '* ,'* 1.the"" }

of several of the Mexican States, by i O'Niell, Judge of Probate, A. J. Braddock, of the 9h. on the subject of "the Pardon Consul at Havana, Vfce Owen, removed. and bnng him before a Commissioner. powerful 1 Squatter interest. ; '",

order of the General Government, have been Sherifi and Tax.Assessor. ing Power,' its alleged effects? Ac. We regret Mr. Langdon i is .a'Union.Whig, and a gentleman Before the Commissioner the law directs that ,Santa Clara Co.Whlg.Goyemol"3tlm
holding a meeting in the city of Mexico, in the-record shall be conclusive. evidence of jonlY, but two Opposition-AssemblyrnetUEl
relation to the finances of the country.' After WAKCU.A COUNTT.' -Officer elect.-A. from the tone and terms of the letter .much esteemed in Mobile. He is the the facts stated in it. :Dorado Co.Elevenprcctshft4fromOpposition

twelve. days' session, they adjourned on Hall Sheriff; W. W. Mauna,' Clerk ;' J. C the Governor .seems .to be labfriog, under editor of the Mobile Daily Advertiser.The But the words 'of the tenth section of the 68 ahead. 'v '.. ,_'. :

the 29th nit, without suggesting any parti. Maund, Coroner; E. Madden, purveyor; some sense of injustice at' the lands of the law relate only to "persons'held to servicein 'Salano and Napa-Gen. -..Estilt'Senator (Qep.)

cular plan for raising the wind. They simply K. M. Moore, M. Ja McBride Thos. Ross, correspondent, and of ourself i io giving the subscription to aid the familes of,the any State or territory, who shall escape." ; Judge. Stark dGrabam'Vhigs' )\
resolved to publish the report of their Spanish soldiers,killed during the Lopez i in Judge Cpnckling holds, that: under thesewords ,Assemblymen. i : "t.-
own, committee, to whom_ was referred the J. D. Coleman Commissioners ; W.J. Council communication place and somewhat'corroborating vaSion/and to cornfort andtake of the no'person "who escaped before the Sonoma, Marin and ,Mindocino- WJait

Plan ot the Secretary of the Treasury. The Judge of Probate. I tnC tenor O/ ,it inOuroynrernark5.To ... ,:" ,.4. < '.. care_ passage'of the l law,can'be 'returned to'sla Senator and Whig Asuemblymen! .,- -' a- ,
Monitor being made.at Havana, amountedon Placer' Co.:Partly heard 'froint Whg
: "Qwi v p/ne/ron vieron under lhe'process authorized by the .
says y te to urown is very .
mrfe/mro" *hat they came saw and re- Mr. I. V. GUN, the clerk elect of this this we have say oaIWY. the 7th inst.'to 9150,114.; 'All; was"quiet tenth section.; The wordS according to him? .ticket 40 ahead. "j -:** '" ;

turotdL- .Their .Excellencies seem to have county 'informs that an interpretation* ,has the l individual in tSe; State |> whom we at Havana at' 'lat 'dat s. and business was are meant only to i include those'persons who, NetxttZa..-Six precincts heard vfran, ,-,Toze.J

determined, before 'they met not to second been given by some of'bis personal friendsto would ,do, intentional wrong, 4>d ,Cfe :the progressing' as te dil" 'as usual., 'The should escape in fl1t r ,'and to give ,the< 'provision very.close.. .Whig. State ticket ahead" in_the.* ,

the wishes'of President Arista. They saw the remarks accompanying our first report last",person wboia we could htftre ,thought American residents a retroactiye'erred would make it apply County, but Opp' .Senator"andtwe%>"* ...As.00.-i
nothing to.change, their minds afterwards. which would have to vim, in,the were daily expecting the to a class..of persons not mentinedor implied Hymen probably'chosen/!
The'consequence was the resignation of the of the county election returns is ever appeared. recall!, ?1r. Owen, the ''American' Con. tHis i in i it,..-The Jaw was passed'on the 18th i' Son Joomtt'aJ-Wire: StiV tkketa
who Cabinet. incorrect and therefore to his prejudice:* Oh light of an ass lant. Such' is not'our attitude letter of defence is considered altogether of September,'1850. ;The.escape oi Danielis but probably three of the.fow Assembly meat u

In the State of Oajaca a regularly orga. this account be privately 1.eslS,us' to correct ; but if we are'even so to Appearance, unsatisfactory,'ante they, seemed. '.to be"confident : alleged to have taken.plate' on the 25th pf I lost. <-i- -' er'ditto. : : ,

nized.1 party 'robbers had, been discovered the m mistaken inference: ,We said..that, our only plea is that we have failed! in doing that i it would be'qlallj'ns tiafactory August in the same year.: .As the tenth section Tuolumne. opposition .Yuia t jeportedLThe 4
the and bas only a lut Conk.
the operation
by authorities Judge
ringleafcra arrested -
that which editor
candidates elected with we no '
Union Whig presume newspaper
the were .Southern'CoiOti'eotheard *
w I '
'/ Daniel Pacific and
and to decided that could
shot. They.had tkeir by-laws and ling not be reman-, '
officers; and? the brotherhood consisted of the exception, of Judge of Probate, and Clerk; ever yet succeeded, viz: pleasing mutual .. -, ded under it, and'must beset at liberty! from, but strong Whig;majorities thew;:!

ome three hundred members.We and that fr G. "rucIed.a' this precinct) political frindiwbo steal difference uponiu1ects ,! ..: There is yet another'method/of declaiming especially :on' the State -.ticket*,. 'expectdx#

. find the'following, our Mexican exchanges a majorityof: votes sufficient i to secure his apart from" politics. Our reference The: polls l on the adoptfon of the' new.connitiition fugitive slaves provided by the statute, namely Reading;the,Whig Governor< ,'would.baY: ,a-.,
unanimons in several.Counties.
: 4' election maiijy !in compliance with pledges 'editorially to the subject in question was no ".1iJt ibe.bpenedj on 'Thursday,'5 the by oral testimonybefore a Commissioner. nearly His election .a iinot vote be'doubtful and that'b f-1'i
The Senate ''proved, with some modification or UnitedS'ates.,, judge, and this applies to all ;
/the resolution of ,the: Chamber of in advance of the 'announcement of candi-' spontaneous act. Our course' has been to 23d, ;,of_ October, ;and' remain 'open tot. three I'I cases" cf'escape,both those which occurred the;entire Whig State,ticketlastrong1yccb.u.'f"able.

Deputies authorizing Government to dispose dat s." tVe neither meant that Mr Garnie leave. the. task of" "censure, to,those1. '1.1oviorn't da7 'The::eleeUon,of .t Cpigressaien' and before'and !those which occurred'after the -. & 1i..

of 3,000 men.lot the -defence of Tehu was disunionist. .or that he gave,"pl dgei' 'has. been more palatable, and,\Vbo. are members'.of" _the- .ti legislalure,will J.take passing of the'dct-..Tbe sixth section of the' r- .' _. "."-;,! L.'i"; .. ,, f.t'tC."Tention

antepec.TiirExcusioN. in advance.of the electionas we understand constantly on the, alert' to detect every imperfection place at the';same time,.except that the polls Fugitive Slave law,which provides this method 'of tl e VTh'lg .t Tt.rf Qkvi
-'. ; carefully.states that j it shall apply to :Coiuity, Mais-Danlel Webster. fir Pn-,
or NCCROE nest NEW from him-is the inference., We' were aware ; which ,maybe' discerned in the villibe closed c .,the:first .daif unless, kept, sons who "AeretoforeV? escapedor'shall here-per Idcut. '. ,' ,: :" .!l. !.. : ..lTb

Yoas.-Th'e New York Ezpreu in referring that Mr. G.: declared himself inadvanc& of epurseof a political opponent; and.we only open on account of bad weather. 0 a&er'escape.?' ,__u "-JfAi *" > :: .Whigs, of Norf Ik.'Countymctiiiv :

to the conduct' o( Ihe-abolitionisU.;: .in Syraeuieon the election Union, Democrat and to' obviate deviated from oar rule repeated appeals l ,/ : *4We .:* "__: '.'- -' '-_-. : : .Judge Conkling argues that this..differencein Convention atDedhamron.the: 8titsn4.,

the occasion the'late riot,says:- the construction that'be might be a dis- were, made to, us; bye jautnal. .party,friend*.. learn with regret the Hon.'THOMAS :the phraseology o( the ;.twd; sections...wasintentional11 nommated MAttsaAti'A. 'WiUiEz'L'Ta1r:,
"Jt now begins to bettme
agitate anoth- C. HACKITTV a member of the last .Tjta jnetbpd-of determining :RicBiaos, and aoeation aud that unionist stated and'wlwa we were at length irged'tosaysomething .. Coieda14Maietta ; pea.
i is be'r.an .
.r ,the exclusion by law .we as an independent .J. ";' '. l 1u1h.JoIio1oL
elaimantVright! to the ndidte,fqtjhe State SeDat;"f-w"hf.
f slave.by ratestimo.Cy'bekre'
of the immigration of blacks into'the ohthe: ibjtW'thi written gr .i e.C! ,. rn ,
candidate, which be. again informs us is''the : L Te5OUtiQa i tiQI1aDUDOWl1
-t "j' i.--, ,-*'.trfJjP' .k f'- i a'CoMmissioller'\Vithoilt a furyy ;: ,
States-ptfl ntiana. haulreaJy'done is If every fact. The "pledges;:! referred to, it will be co P! I t. PP l1re4ll'.9.11f c columns4"EvenJken -, that ik State;. ."; f cm. the,>8th'instznt_" '. fr ;I '.-, Judge Conkling does iot seem to consider th .. ".t. ;; 'i .7- .
runaway negro to Jixing with him airraiuepght ,. ,
we Should have omitted the:light bEan innovationVand therefore toQiSbeM1k1eLsuccEss
seen are those of votert; n t\ihe. candidate. : RZve4
Jet forbid. law
tie negroes by remai ed'siient .G oyVilhiams, f,V ei1 ont;iak l pOaD4 in .that,Congress might DaturallydLrtct 7 National dm Aia ia
the communication and hadw poses itsapplication the'
from coming 'r : We have,i..thi. State, We are ha|py at all.timu to, be already,prohibited\ them:from'voting'! unless to announce Democrats as Union Ir n rand not thought silence! ; wbuid'be''construed favor:OfCa7iflgbOUftt1eC6rnmIse' :ict to all cases.. 7'bemethod'of proceeding preseryingtpec& t1home tiid trii4'-:4
'' 'ft.."; i V i.t- .--' <*'itv'' but'doubts under the iqtb'section the other'hand .tha'iDadrJe diI''f.'
bare ; cbnatitctionality the mnlyowiag '0
they (large j pro erty Qualification and Fuzi-:
|to ; without calling question n the sincerity of; into an ;.undue; yielding to the\bias.pf;political .4 '! < > -j "bthin1c l- i' ,' be-regards as aa impbrfant inn "ati a' .riJli Cl ftft' -'. onaelfish nab ."
a proliibit.beir. tive agt
no Cl1'1'lbt/ majority : $laveItbugh
entry it must.besustained. .r.C
Mr. Garnie's Union friendship. ,We should have omitted upon(; ',the law as itprCTioiuIyr'Atood andas :
here could begot j just,as large as that.whichprobijjited"lhem principles, we admire his the sound and far-seeing .WtiWOIU.and.- JJt-w,
.from':, voting. We canooalarlia sagacity: 'taking cboicV\. ('p sitioh,:aQd 'U: :and commented on the:subject alone, had : '.;;i He also advocates a higher.tariff extremely,liablefo,( abuse, and.thence, in/ers qaa11i'Pll minship-:of' the"'$ecretanr'pf -
nuke,the free'States a batUegrouncCor would advise not feared :Ihing"' 'frbni' to protection'to'home'manufactures'. T'a that Congresswoald.paturallyjiuijt: i its'bDeration btater:That'in exaltiihie"nambove tW1
a good many others, as times any Ekr' i \ } tit .fef 7 '> *"! '. -' "' r.-_. "
'"* u to 1a.fter"ttie : *
We ft' '< ? eases 'passingofthect.4' bf- other living itate naatwrd r1nazyegtOeS.' .ODot'aflora to look now,.'to follow. :suit.. .us. paldiaye. appeared,.,.too, volqntaryngTtu1tous Lt Acquitted on thfgnwid bf.Inmnitg:, 1N : \.' ,i I .,4 #8 i3l v '}&'*& *s name; ay ...
bavi4: repetition of. Chmtia'na and Syracuse > wrong.to no,one, thtgecowme$i'S1C,
outage*.": We cannot'afford the ill-will l. the Jefferson.Davis oj. on. learning'the: *result-.oi|f:," particularly! awe.. bad not been : : tt'Nr: .' t;: 3 T.h ) 'girl iDaal4i bro gbi bOfor'Jadge'ConUieg' Daniel "W ,bStei, 7e. 'ni if"anesdyM.ttthe : -t

bad blOod, the maiming and murder, the abq-: the election for convention in' sufficiently familiar with.jtartiealar Case d Margarc ,Garritty;who..some,months .since i by the writ oZ4a6euicorpus.. ..Upon cbejoff Whgs of bbs whole'Union as the rno4. -
litio'nists,'through!the l iaii5 ot.those, riinawairnirgrbee Mississippi; cbmihiihrlo'warrant as: ini'forming a'deli-, killed Edrd decIared'fre be w8a'put jn,i carriage .and 'auit m'tctiou Q it t'."

cot up.betWeeo: the North and followed the,example! ,of GenQuitman. aid nite'eoncjn8pnLju[ { to'J e : r i' t ,' )r mI'bUat' 'walking. along 'cariv. y d.dir.ctfitcf. 1-, '' "': -- :'i are 4ly asking,;them to-foot-to thebestii

the South.' 'The..true'/remedy Islo forbid the res'gnedbis seat as.U ,.S!.Senator.. He.waj l tiflabilifypf; ilhio; .' the"' >treettwitlif*"' ** bis* 'fWl'e* to .h&mha.thaabyiii' /\' :' : 77PiAKOs terests: of that Union-to rits..(teen ii

mnTgratipnjD'negrbe; ,ui4 to stop the:en.. nominat t d.by the secession, party .as 'candidate I Uie-Gpv r : jutt been" ,,arriea, wasfwguitteJ. *uji1J'e f ..There,isin tbijvcity a ,Piano and its prosperity.! : ?_ ) ".',ylThe /

Uipymorebftbem' into \befrr e Stales.AS ,for Governor: against.Mr,; Fpote J:but iiis : :bast'panned* .< in/respect'to.,,r.; pardons: :'.,e'i -.layjpn! i* .. ..i,'ground" -_ (insanity.fcljlUt, .'.U. *, will fort:lAsaociatipn.jthe subscribers i with.pbiect of which. ,J*. ta' '"' .Convention,,was,M.pnaofthe.hrgtrt,
1pi>t.the white and the black were per, 4ia 'say-u tIe'w ju'ntfdIijpIfrom ." remeaill' l d"tbat '" supply these instruments on' ever assembled i in Nort ll At1. -
hits theyem'engaged; to be '
be also-ivlthdrawn from that '
mltt4to! Ur*peaceably.together.'no such law reported. ,. the made I the.payment f.'thliaIuiente.V?rithanigervbie "
n : .1. a .coop/ainf t- It (pf'/Uie. married,'* fll';thai' 'Dr -i- ---- ,
was Dewmry; bu 'as thf abolitionTita are f.StJoo.. ._ ., ', ,. : t140 m"after'ruininEh r; l 1lrdt\tGrpithD$1fl! .
; \ :'tf Executive: that"the Jpardpnlpgli S''J'i''r :ThV sbiagt tlePQblic iontai
bent bT'IDl ng Into eont'colll.. n; ; power,bad deserted,.b ': married anoiberon'h'U'' !tended I distributiooVanfcwhicbJwill be An .t lJ
jand't_tjpoo ibjackij. puialll. nto coUlsJpn with 'la.Oblo,'..Wooddemocrat.1'is'Iected: r ;"Goveroor been wielded to too great anvextreme '!.'bot io -:w"'i,C'it ijt-ifl r;rini'b '' P -
tbeliVwe.mast.rempFe'all' wase' i ('sachcoUl > The fuliieniocratJC'tJcket'is eJec'ted,' not having'aileged f J these f 'mptaintaoi! b irta1nthey < thi}house,;:aad.Vmeei'ing i ttn tabbed'b.ivath.hjitt. : b.motroW: ._btteenb&!' .f .f'ours' t. owelyeianI .:' deivto; his bpptjEc.buectkinWitb a ,.I1' .. ,ot
.0Qr.t tua..dem iresented .ee ere; .
$ b1fea ne> .stated t6 1 almost well} 'R re-
9 og1PO u. "' and.majority. IQftQQji. %, I" Jd,3o di4J9tidirtaktq .' '.It'.1'J ".Fr ;M. ,1'Jr l'.t ". 'di \oae ..q. 1ati se prcs ,.h J f
Come amongst >
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grabs?& first dutj of ioclet t.' jfi>*.1tseU-to- ictwwiiDOM-jST.--Tl: > ccUlirMknoirfeigejers spwifir'weiifor, ift.inyjianiher.toihbstahtlatii r.f>: \ t"T :4:''" 1'i, "''hi.t' which ran,easUybftttsled:,by U M:>ho are r-.&twn 4 : .tl'.,i,<; :r.>m*)g 9t ._ *'

protccfh.siW! and if etrangers''wfaei jnto ,it, ..j1. reel$;11J,1a.'L i4i et M.lLi','.of.avtrj I ( bujes."I .. 4t% ,#;'.#!f!.$'. ';Naw 1-t'KI\'tf oi1.. ';o...I-l'h.. a ,'Cotot' ,t} t.: :tt d.'1-., 1 lcI .J 1J.Y r.t fSr !Mfe'***
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briD t .r thing baMbeeeedirofmi6Chie/r:; ; pr0tUI/tE*b wd box,jbouni 4)to M4-f 1th,"1, In regard, to'witbholdinr'the1*" tume'of, the marJC waa..fl@rtP'cnYIl, JQ.1..1" ; I )tWhara1b wab&ttli ., D.r. Unclea. t. DI9 ,"
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and perhijiDf \'.: r" Jfi b9r o ll j J t.batJ. tlKt ot-pDrt,TblM ribbon,'
aahll Dece8&rti. thatther.'com.! aStateu ; k ub4MjptIut1ypIfjtbi: iuipmactiu U\tb4weitypf\ : ] r oa";_flbriiin prices, for Engl4n4'Iael.France.- j js't *.t%: .tNo.ybloke4sL" TaiDfV' ,.ej' p ;l yoit W11rd6 j1tatt=Wnfthil. t CMl50
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ybeobibite4 Qcietii tIs&kNOtL .W5XA3flI51d 7tteUtD/ & 'behalf of public morals.'! Neither has 11.1L:1': b.r..O:1Iu,1 'h> there ;t'e WIQ"ame .,aoIt.fGt.c .:.
bit 'I"- &1'ttiu
a wlbe faifurofti J aoOra'JbeJ oilt btt ,' -,. ue UI_,. .. .n01t.r vttIt ( I' m 1 .. M .J
UIt1Al: 1'fS tha'nuy &w&- M1eid wltbheii.i 1 1.1'r 't; l'I C .!' !' \ I many a bzpa.1t41.t > 't .
'whO yo4 bring.4iat r aPClDCUE1it k i,'& bo* .iek *4 on* or kw.pteell of 411- ,n fang 'i' ieho' t' 'XICO 'Inst- .,tD feYOItttIofli. !! ,;are ptilsUc i'i ,' ctJ'i' '1' )Ti".- t 't.J.r' l-b.it .the pOlic Jires31eut&Ls 4I.
Jt SWj oit'ui'" 'Sl.i';t.tamc. !>e.&U vEL'I&. Wa.. f.to. &C09 psl4bjtk. make a 'erf&t 'k.J"or beeanst M 'is govwerh'd Cesaful. (2b.ebp4'sptudthe;totn4no4ImaiieiiiAitce AP.Ew&liut ihj XjP. lt'" r iid'l.J .. .s' j'lflt..Ji

rl '."lief: .(,p I i., .' cad otb""wi u..;,'w.(tab thi lib't7 j by waliter l tie wr.towurds the:Exee.otjtepytowe. > :' caaoo,,; .,4n191n ii. t In in D 1 .' Jll.j
:. ,ean DC .H 4iien f le tl f1 ./Ibd :; .ro.vfppu 1t"w "" '; t.1i) : ." f 1$ a. Y Qtli !
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lion. .: ,$1. ri e b!;. wish for Ibt abundant Joy&n':prpfpirfty. of*thi tuJojit L into:'otic C1masno, .artile; ; ,. ywhomioevcr'written "!At r-j"!"ruOO"'Ule.lJt".ancr" t.'t. ,Tll' iMl. :.';.4. 'y tiP",., ,: ever, the ommboi, "'' Jtfd'tI ..nJ.! J '!l3! dL*, .uJ)1 >, .

J'.O\l1t CO 1M"., tw1r )ustcpobi) 1 1J l&ouor4b1e, ami .. 'r, wUch wd eould-lma- dItC1ytjthOCit.J. said"4' he.,.ul- found.thero "'U ,I' .,J. rttix,4' orner ,

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. UU a tnetin .of Florida' Udge,1 If0:1; LO. the Democrafic'. dldatellor'GoVexnor: f ia 8UBSR1BER. .prepared toMoonnaon iJnI'Um ." .. ...' J :"qf *;EastriClocO 5F1OZI4asz .4vs. & TTermef Ti-

**- a IV&U at tbetiLodge'Roon fit JackBrilley Pennsylvania; has],.teen Jtlected b? 'about ;.JL date: a cumber of Boarders,' at blsret.aUy T"'JA.CKS01I'\"ILt E 1UfJ'r'PLORJD..j T1'\C1ti Y Aeottstks Optk tloetrkiiy,
+ .
.;".-.. .f' 'sixteen; '.thousand-majority, over-W*.. F. wocted;residency ia the Northwest part'of the fWIHE SUCSCIIIEEE'rwp. ifuIlV ialfcrm*'the Bt ."i.'. IL KJ.UCicero's ;st & .
n Tuesday Ihe ( f'f erJ ,' t wn, tho location JL ta ffmeraLUbat this TnienJaa Q&ei\Joar Dsmsstls.ai.is r.mies .
;. Jous..tb e:late Whig Go,mo of which known tob highly ;jwblie Hmsewffl bOll *' V* F7S i'SUt-mnrt" Voltaic '
* L faAorable to health owpIetejsn4 tot the Joseph R.Baiter. ) rona; ElettrkttreyAstrottomrinished
1851 the following Preamble :anl ,Resoln4ioas and comfort from itselevation. prepared reception of Boarders > : '
M Ma
: The HOUSE isjnrt tfie by the Ar:d J'.'of,October,next-having :
Prestdenl FOLMORE has Issued( orders Sot completed t steeping and ''J ma defcndaQtand all oi ert interested: are '
; were presented by.Bro..P.O. Hall and ) ether apartments being spacious and well finished about fit* hundred feet front,with piauas ia front JL hereby lathed the eottmeneencatof this fiLTh.AAtroDomy. "9'WIH
the p tio Ihe'negroYiolers at Syra- aa it respects pUutaiagvieu; $ *indrear, Mating It as comfortable aa an/House, nit by Altaohaemtretur aUtajt "1 exttTemJof oll iLaU.1ra.. .
u! mouaIy.adopted:v ,' cose.lri; the same manner, the Cbrislianat The furniture of tbeDouse: Is also entirely.liv, in the South; and Will be able.accommodate. said Court,and are hereby required to : TLmoEloetdcltyj .
.." T7arJUCA .,Death ;hasagain,, appeared ers.:' ;' being Jut received fronlNew erk i* overtae hundred and My persons. lie would and plead trjtfcfrJetUral.fcnsj AIM- thereto accordi appear Che4nkt#$*ndO.k'o .,. ..

sand taken' from -. ._4. '- Arrangement have been made supply the table say more particularly to those visiting the South lag to lawP-> *.- 13lrta &,,O' RIE.N. .- :PH1WSUPIlm.ftP1ARAT7Tb. .
\Amongst .. :our society and ,':' Full Return with ample and excellent lore; and.good servants fof'health. and the benefit of our delightful climate Juiyai 183E-hag4ii.: \> k 'tffa. Atty.,' 'S C.lisge'teIJItbraPWlLa,1
:fjIJmriil Coanty *
* eot&ninmpn our Brother Fwx F. CANTO, hare been. employed. to attend to the com lebas: had as eye to their especial comfort, and AppanUms, that(betmap2ineaMeC wneri-
& but J .c: '" a, fort of guests. p"L'- '| bat mode his arrangements to make all who may In the Eastern"ClreoH C&art.f Vlorlda,' mental illustration ia,all the difterat aaebIOC
Mwho a{few days since was with us in'zhe '. 1iC. .1 ; : give him a call comfortable .
'. .. .. I ; :4 IhilLPprenoptlnstreflde.ayuouaijnflrespoctiple&san& : and well eared for.: Co..tJ" .r.D"Ta1. Natural Philosophy;:: The"sum of three thuejMtd
of health and .r. .-. 'u :. to those who make their home His table will, be under the snperintesdaneer '- doQan aM heea
enjoyment :happiness, and : :. .S '. '. Mslores EobertHabenhamSon-1. .PetUion for F,m- reocAtly expe nfcil'partry ta t&Ueonntry
=" 1 and respectfully-invite a call:from, citizens who I a lady of much experience, by "
o t-.o ,and partly ia Lendun and Parish.\.
whose remains it has been our mournful l tinty J X lIS, wish whose aid he flatters himself he -\ Petitioners, I J.-ctoiure f-Mort-
.' ,M i. R- 'M, -. permanent Board'ot strangers who may so shall not be outrivalkdfcy .__vs. _. "',> gage..oai.Peneual purchase of new apparatus, adapted to ibq'pngrut -
This day to commit to the earth:- '. ut1 .3. r.. 'o .0 to- journ month in*our"''" hospitable' clime. ',during 'the winter lor this fact any the House subscriber in the has South. And in view Jacob Cole Deendant.j property. advanced- .aWfl*f the.Physical teneaiJV'At
: determined that
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.Be'it'Resolved, That.in the death of our ,_ i.r --, O. F .o 14 -taQE-Q 0' .... B, lhanainee jf ,the. ]WAHU.; his exertion*.to'merit the patronage which shall IT .appearing the a satisfaction" the Court .EL3ilxATlo. .' ;; M .
: erection of the '
my House; be bestowed aal&defeudantresldes (without the the close ote..ch' V
shall stadj .
esteemed and worthy Bro.Felix F. Canto furnished it with upon be without. ,regard to Mate of' braacb stedy.
's.conyeuIentBath.jgaj. Florida
Jttdgt.of Probate v.- toil or expense." to wit;,in tbe State of California. he memben of the class are
this L dp as' a body, and each member as F. Levingston.. 17'12.1 24 '31 21 ., 9228KDorman. ment, which Is alwayscopiously supplied with Og-TherTallahaisee :Stage: Ageae/iii- t Therefore on motion of J. McRobert, .Baker. and nt the rTmn nf the jmr.trt all His HfcUis exasataed.at*
- an indivdualhave been deprived a rain- 44 '.93 17 11186 water and the necessary conveniences for bathing. at this ..;Attorney for the petitioners he Ia the C '
1,2O ear, of
I :should>add-also that.my house ha regular House. :' ;.", .. :: .- -_ JT 13 ORDERED,that thesW'defendant do Trustees 3 presence sw auaUU /;, tW
able! and friend. and their
companion ; sttainmentf fjirsassnlraREUciua
*: ;Majority for Livingston;" 40 stopping-place for the Stage to and from West -* SAMUEL BUFFINGTON.. appear and answer the said petition within the led to the Eoardrrtssteet:"'arf-: .... .
'R further! That as a token of 'respect .. aDd Middle Florida,-being.upon one of the"prin- Sept. 18, 1851.am. PROPRIETOR.Notice. time prescribed bylaw or that Judreaient by"di>- .- .t C -'
for the memory of our 'departed'Bro: .' S1imiff"' < ciple streets. leading immediately to the Western fault wfll be rendered against kuiLv' 'STivirtu .
G.: II. Smith 40146 8 18 2 17 '18 249 S :
the Room road. .-_ '.W;D. W. .It is farther,ordered that of .this :
F. Canto
shall order In
, ,elix Lodge be .9 acopy I addition to daily morning:bd eveainx'prfy
W. Crichton. 21 94 16 SI 17 >
A. 3182 "
._ Oct. be
J851. -" : pbblished in
'' tt. some newspaper pubttshed'in"this 'divine
clothed! in mourning and each member wear ** : d' er, worship fa held twice 011 every Sunday*
usual token of for deceased Majority for Smith 67 SIX MONTHS after date 1 will present my once every tw. Sr esu for four months. and the recitation*a Monday ataraffig V aJln7-
the morning a ,. aeof
H- the -
z as Administrator on the Estate months1XHU.vlXUGLAS, Judge, ".: in the Greek TeeUmenW At tha 'W..
brother for thirty days. 'Clerk. Notice'to Passenger*,' Joshua Ilogans deceased to the Hon. JacksonvigeVAngnst 8. 1851.". Kwest
.. Judge! of ,4m. parent or ruardian* stadeat .permitted,At*
'.Resolvsd further, That this Lodge deeply I. V. Garnie. 25'149 20 26 18. 6244 FROM SAVAITNAII- Probate for Columbia county and ask for a,,final tend any place of Worship which himself.. tiM
." and sincerely condole with the afflicted and J MJ Bowden, '34 90 0 21 6 16 16183 PALATKA.. settlement and allowance of the same,-and of my Xa the CmsUrnClrcoltCoart ..rCoJ._ parent guardian,auy select?':On.memt eI
,. Via Darien, Brunswick Str&Iarift, Jacksonville discharge. from the administration of said estate. b-: .: ;i L.I"a Coa.IJ"\ __ giN _c the Faculty will attend at.eaea el..u tifiMM
bereaved of deceased Bro. Canto
family our ,Majority forGarnie. .61 ESTHER HOGANS.. CHANCERY. places of worship. Presbyterian ErtomMjlan.
Black Creek and Ptcnlata .
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and'respectfully and kindly offer them ourrmpatbie Far Auenar.U.Bowdea AdD iDlstrator. Sarah Edwards, :)' and Methodist,) In the Tillage tndno/e all v.
2 .
GO 149 11 89 17. 17233O. TO LEAvE THURSDAY, D OCT.,AT 4 o'ciOCK,P.M. Anigator,Oct.2,1851.' 6m. TiBi21f.rlMv.ree. tee -'- _, .-< --n...*,

Resolved further, That a of theseproceedings Wood.. 6 87 14 ,81. 4137 '. THE:new and superior fast steam MOM Gi Edward i o ,.. 't." ; ; Z Two, at leastr of. 'H' :"'rir

be transmitted to copy the family of packet MAGNOLIA, P. McNeLTt Jacksonville..., Female :Institute. IT appearing to the Mlisfadfin.ol. this Curt. (anilil.in tcaido in the Ceiler buiWpgtja4
MaJority fer Bowden, ., -' 146 Master,will leave as above, and continue .' .< t. tho Defendant,Moses G.Edwards; I wUt boIu-&.' a eraawi Ub\ 1 the at1lclea&l.
4 our deceased brother, by the Secretary of the Commtstioturt. to leave every THURSDAY. Returning,will mSf.P",5! ART, ISSTIU7CTB1ESS.IE beyond the lisaits of the Stnte of FtorUa;' who are rejaired La oomsew 52 oOia$Us$7 be

LocJp. John Price 44 135 6 21 17 18 236 leave Palatka every Saturday morning at 8 0'o'clock -'. .,. .- On motion of Setieitor fur Complainant, It is, assigned them by the facafly._ "
..r .-R olml further That the foregoing be E.'Blitcli CO 121 .16 23 17 19235 and leave Jacksonville same evening at 9 o'clock. exercises- of this Institution will be- resumcd ordered,that the jaid:Defendant.appear/plead, .."AD..w...< 1.'

jmblished'in the News and Republican of -Houston, 45 112 6 21 17 2fr215 For freight or passage h aving splendid accommodations on TilE FIRST :MONDAY" IN answer, er d nn-, to tbe'said KIT within three r ,1um'toWiaiMi8.QtQ.-r-..

-*thi town. *FBethnne, 45 111 ,6 32 9. 20217 state rooms,&e apply on board or OCTOBER. The course of instruction in'thisschool .(3) months,'or the same will be taken as confessed. A student most. be at least fourteen yean eft Me;
1. W. BRYANT G. E.Higginbotham 3 108 8 8 1 120 to FERNANDE, BISBEE & CO., is designed to be thorough systematic,and And that a copy of this order be published in I most give satisfactory eritknc ./. C""< _.Mri|
P. T. &larrez, 13116 2 22 21 2174 Agents at Jacksonville, or extensive,embracin the lower and higher branched some public newspaper of the Eastern Circuit oi r character;and must nutala an ezaminatba. in the-
Acting N. G. A. 1. l'hIllipi 14 95 8 26'21 ,2M8 M. A COHEN,Agent Savannah. of aa English Education together with the Florida for the space ef three months. following stadies.Tit f '- -< -*.,-,

Attest: Jons G. BUTLER, Sec'y. E. 3. Jandon,' XI 83 4 22 13 2136 .lIcJ-: Freight payable b1 shippers.Oct. French language, Drawing and Pain nr. THO. DOUGLASJudge,&o.. Arithmetic. ElemeoU of, Ab-elca,.lAUsi'ejwl
W. A.'Knight. 62 1 9.Elected. 11It51. oct.4. tr. Miss S. having bad much experience in teach 1.. !. A true copy Greek Grammar, Jacob 'or. FeltanV Greek

Death of Dr. Burroughs.It .' .- ing will endeavor bring the best available means Test. Header,and the first two.Jboou of Xenophoa'a
into requisition to promote the welfare of her Pupils S.tJcABBOEocon. Clerk.. Anabann.J aeo's or Docring's Latia Re,4eTI. .
is with sincere that ,William Haddock was elected County Coroner Notice.
sorrow we an- July ,1831.
both moral, and intellectual. And that they or *Select Oration and'Vk
noonce to our readers the death of Dr. Henry and.Joseph County Surveyor. A LL Subscribers to the building fund of St. may realise the extent of the advantages 'offered, gil, or.what alullba.deemed equivaknU -' !>
.K. Burroughs, who expired at his residence /Si. John's Church Jacksonville who are entitled iLls demrablo that those who intend entering this State of Florida, Southern Clrcolt Mop* 3.

in this city, at an early hour yefter- ARRIVALS AT BUFF1SGTOH HOUSE. to shares in'laid Church are requested to Institution, should do so a*early as possible after; rt coouty.' > EXPENSES.
Disease had [CoL. S.. BUFFIAQTOX, Proprietor. present their vouchers to Dr.A. S.Baldwin,Treasurer the opening of the schooL Edwin O. Gnynn, ) Esn.' (E Fw.-If tie stadsai enter taFreA
day morning. for a length of Oct 10 E B Williams Ga E B Dickinson of the Handing Committee,by and before The Scholastic year is designed to consist of vs.. > man,live dollars it M SopUomoie,-tea. deLlarq
time, been wasting his physical strength, and Bellville; Mrs Sultan and, 2 children; Madison, the 15th November next and all persons haVe four Sessions,of t rrrw 'ii each and no Pupilcan Ana C. Unynn,. > S if as Junior, fifteen dollar;..and,.if a* '*ai.
bad baffled all ; ing accounts said Church for be tot lea time than t cut T dollars. .
efforts to arrest its progressor Capt flerriman Sch Henritta S B against materials oc received owe Session; nor BILL is CHANCECV -H"
; Thompson, labour, &c.,will also present them as above deduction be made for absence incases roc DIVO&CE. Ospcs AT let Sessiou2u4uloi.:
retard its gloomy ravages. At length Black Creek; H R Duke, Palatka. .. specified can any except. CHAMBERS.r Tuition .
A. S. illness.' $21 00 CO'Room
nature, wearied and exhausted, has sought [ Oct II, S Brooks, Marion co; Gen ATurknett, ,Treas.BALDWIN Buil'g Com'e, of protracted COURSE OF appearing to the satisfaction of the Court rlnt ,. ;.4 War :$2t 400
.repose in the sleep of death. and son Ga; Daniel Level, Portland, Maine.; J St. Johns Church. that the said bill hAIl been filed and by duo Incident expense*; 1.
M In al] the relations of life both public and [ SM.aIeneGa. Oct. 9.-i! CLASS. Spelling, Reading,Writing, Defin proof that the said Ann 11. Guvnn reside out of of Library, jVJJ **S 4s. 74
Oct 12. james M Baker Alligator; Col J B log, and_Aritbmctic, per.session - $4 00 this State,to wit: at Spanish Wells,one:of the Janitor' Wages 1 OQ .. 4 .CO
private Dr. Burroughs shared largely in the Cole, Palatka; T 0 Holmes, Jacksonville; T 11 2nd CLASS. Exercises in Composition, Arithmetic Bahama Islands; it ia ordered that the aai4 Ann ,Fuel for.Oratory and BeciUtkm : .

regard aDd confidence his fellow men. In LivingstOn, Fla. 'TWRTy'DOLLARS.nE"RD.. Geography Grammar, the Elements of E.Guynn appear and plead,.answer,.or defend '," 'J'lliO' ;.rreof

.his private life he illustrated the characterof offered for the apprehension, and de History. &c., per se&ion - - $5 00 against said bill, on or before the first Monday in'borember Fed 18 a
an honest man. As a physician, he was MARINE NEWS. tIS in any Jad, of my Negro boy JO- 3rd CLASS.I'Arithmetic,Geography,Ancient nd next. In default of which said appearance equal to the probable.cott ia aclC'Uced..T..ftda
successful, and esteemed for ?!!, who absconded from Black Creek Modern History Natural Moral and Intellectual the said bill will be taken proconfetso againsther student; if more is consumed ft ia charged Ubiji
.highly justly PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. a month ago and $30 in' addition Philosophy Rhetoric, &e., per session $6 00 provided that a copy of ,this order be published -if lew, the balance is refunded. "" 1'-**.
his benevolence and untiring efforts to minister thereto for proof to conviction of his having in some public newspaper of this State for Board is furnished with the baffles rtl&Pr-.
to tbe necessities of tbe sick.-The poor Arrived. been harboured by any person. Joseph is about 'An -additional charge will be made, for'the the space of six months before the said first Monday fcs or At two dollars per week.- .: .f'Vaxhing

'especially hare lost in him a friend indeed. Oct 17-Brig Sagiman, Brown, N Y 19 years of age below the average height,rather French Language,'Drawing and Painting. in .'e..ber. or prodded that if a copy of \ at the. usual raw.1_ -fAll
As public functionary he .had occupied 18-Sch Scioto McFarlone -, stout, fine teeth, and has a small sear on his fore To meet tho contingent expenses, of the teacher said biQ, and of this order,'shall,be personally dues are payable in adrance. The 'Taitioau
4' Sch Aladagascir, Ueresiz, N Y head ; his mother resides in St. Augustine, and tho school &c., it u desirable that paymentbe served upon or delivered to her,then she is hereby remitted on application, to all students design.
for three years tbe office of Chief Magistrateof 21-Brig Mary Ann, Means, he may probably have gone-there. made, before the close of the Session,fur which ordered to appear' and plead, answer, or defend ed for the .3fiDi& I'1.r4&tft -* ..
the city of Savannah, and administered Cleared. JOHN L'EXGLE. .the Pupil is entered. against said bill, on the first rule day after tbreo The tuition fee for'Modern Language wU1je

his arduous duties with zeal and ability Jacksonville, Oct. 91851. tf. Applications fur admission may be'' made tot months after the said service delivery, ia default eight dollar*per.,to be paid 6 b ,. '
and to tbe advantage Oct 14-Brig Henry Leeds, Creech, Navy Bay* 1\Iclllrlt J M J Daniel A M Reed,Dr H D Holland whereof, the said bill will be taken pro .tot 1a advance ,, ._ ,1. ,Za...
.rarely equalled greatly -
17-Sch Judge Taney, Toothake, M Y I t Rev I Swart, or to the Teacher herself. fesso ngauut her at la>t mentioned rule day.
; and prosperity of his native city. Dr. MASONRY; BBICKLAYING, PLASTER Jacksonville Sept. 11, iool. tf. JOS. JJ. LANCASTER For. ttwfeutt icht Jo not,deig*'.>pnaetmtttlu

Burroughs was yet a young man, and has HAIL AIUIAXGEMEJVT. ING, &c. ..- .-q Judge, Southern Circuit, l wholt Count tlOdie rejmredfor 4 rf grri,a manfimit
been cut down in the noontide of a useful Sheriff's Sale. S gbUe of,Florida S range of ufuntf&ut, adapted Attplttrt
UNDERSIGNED this method and
life. While commingle our heartfelt The Northern Mail arrives between the hours of TIE the public that hfrls'rEady to do of I WILL expose to sale to the highest bidder in Key West, AprilS 195Jr' tonne canbt of hfe rtaxnuibtg of each fMtiofatcd.-iduid'w.4safarassuc r'l M

sympathies with his family and friends iu 10 A. M., and 4 P.M., on Sundays and Wednesdays Bricklaying, Maronry, Plastering, Stucco.Work, front of tbe Court House door in the town of I CERTIFY the above to be a true copy from The studies of this Coarse are arranged snder tbsj

their affliction be to ,and will be closed hereafter Monday and &c. &e. He will furnish plans and drawings Jacksonville, Duval county, on the first Monday the original. now on file in my office.J. following to wit .., [
we permitted state departments, : ',
; may when desired by persons for whom he is engaged in September next, at the usual hours of sale the ...M. BRACEWELL, ;; .
as we learn that he tiled with the prospect Thursday night at 9 o'clock.TheSouthern&ndWeern. to execute work: without extra charge. He is following property, to wit: That certain half lot. .Clerk M. C.C. 1st. AMavnz ALDpzxvrr-.Iaw3c

in view, of a blissful Immortality,and his surviving Moils are due on well known to the citizens of Jacksonville as a >iece or parcel of land situate lying, and being Key West, April 3. 1S t. __ 'jnly6m. beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra the A-
friends sorrow not as those who T'nesday and Friday morniags by 1 o'clock.The competent mechanic, and work he has performed lU the town of Jacksonville, Duval county,and deut wiU.he carried,'soiolnn,throngb afltb
State T Florida and known and described on the In Circuit Court Eastern Circuit higher branches' Matbeiuatfcf,
already for citizens of the place he refer* to as an ending
have no hope.PROBABLE Southern Mail (by Steamboat), will be additional evidence of his qualifications. plan or map of said town, as the west half of.lot : of Florida. their application to Natural hitoaopy.*Affcrooe. *
closed hereafter at 11 o'clock A. M., and the number five iif square number ten,together with ... soy.'fce. f* "' --': jr11-- .**
RELEASE CCBAV PaiJO&EES. err Casts and Mould for ornamental plaster all and 1s Ofl.3CEtT..J : r:2d. A5'Estn.mu,
OF Tile singular the.tencnienUjicreditraments.and ; DEPAz1awr.C0m1tls
Wstit:(by tstag.) at3o'clockP.M., oil 'Sundays ing also furnished., JOHN 1VCRS.. :" $
thereto belonging in. wise VilhiamAdkmnn -' instruction in
.-It is stated on tbe authority of appurtenances er: any Orthography Reading Elocsti.a,
and Wednesdays.OCJ y.'B. To Planters he would he vs. "l'I' ;B2I Cur Divorce. '
: say has much appertaining. Property set forth in mortgageand < Grammar Writing Ueogrspby., HstoryC.m.
of the
Capt.-; one recently released prisoners fhe Post Office will be ,open, on Sunday experience putting up Sugar Batteries, and solicits will be sold to satiety a judgment. of foreclosure MillyAdkins.r: < "- 'Y', d=- A- nosition, RbetorieLog,InteUeetn Pbfloopy..

who tame in the Empire City, that only one HOUR after the arrival and work ia that line, confident that he can give againstl-Uiana Hall and Elizabeth Hall hi. *. wife, appearing to tbe sathfaetlon the Court Moral Philosophy, Political Gyzrts-g

alt the prisoners of the Lopez expedition of the Northern Mail.. assorting I thfr.amplest satisfaction.. Charges moderate.. in favor of.George Burt. f i > I that the dcfendant.'MillyAdkins, reside, beyond the Constitution.Phloaopirol .* C' Rat,.
will be liberated by application to Madrid, J. 1. JOHN G. SMITH Sheri .the'limits of the State of;Florida so that Theology, tSQCri
condition that the authorities will remunerate Octoberlst 1851.MARRIED Jacksonville, 'May 29, 1851. ly By T.N. McCORMICK, Dpt. S'ff. the ordinary proceed can"not be served npon her. cia f"ChrilU&aar;, .". ., a a.sI. .
upon f A McxCAXTCLt CrrA '
July2L" 1m On motion of John C. Hatcly Esq. Solicitor for >.TXXX2c-fo whiai
the Spaniards of New Orleans for on the 16thby the Rer. John The above sale Is postponed until the fiat day complainant. will be imparted an acquaintance with all that I*
their losses the riot there. Concha Ills Ordered that be had to the facts to qualify Youth for the innaediate.
by Gen. C. Ley,Mr. ROBEXT T. Bon of Palatka NEW FALL GOODS. of December next.. a bearing necessary >-
authorized CapL Ellis to make this representation ,E.F., __.' charged in the complainant a,Bill, at the next ties f the counting house;including -, *.'
at Washington. It is probable to Miss MABT E. DCTJ.HAM, late of Providence.POIXSETT'S G.,''. D.\RTOY. FOR SALS. term of the Circuit Court to be holden in and for 1.'Penmanship-'Vr an original,and pepolar.

IL !. Story, Dwelling ,House county of Alacbua at Newnansville on the second system of this art which invariably produeee a
that-ibe required indemnification will be HAVING just returned from the North with !!f A.Two conveniently Monday in December Dest.l Provided that a bold finished hand,peculiarly adapted to fh*:
made up in some -nay. Two other prisoners OBITUARY. and splendid assortment of II'; !arranged for a large faauU1.'with all copy of this order be published as the law directsfor poses of the accountant and bosines*man.-- *

have been released. The removal of FAXtY tf STAPLE DRY GOODS, out buildings in a pleas- the space of three months. 4'i ,2.. Ariihmttic-Comprising agaeraaiaMmi Ian.
Consul Owen is confirmed. :DIED,ia this, town, en Sunday,the 12ih inst., 11 t pnrfof the Town of Jacksonville. Attached THU3L4&DOLrGLAS> Judge. &e.' t methods of computing Interest,. IXsc twt. (
BEATRICE Infant late chiefly purchased at auction and from first hands, A true' Test, ,i Equation of Payments,&.;and other fereutDI
k daughter. of the William T.Perpan'formerly would respectfully call the attentioj of the citi- to the premises Is a vegetable garden and a Wellof .copy; SAMCEL. BCSXETT Clerk.s ? I calculation founded perceatagetoeUae.ttrftk'alI.ucko

;r: Focmve SLATB LAW.-The Washingto'n of St. Augustine.E. tens of Jacksonville and the vicinity, and invite excellent, water., litles undisputable. Negnansville. Sept. 1, 1831.1Ia. *as are reqnMte farm thejMgh

Union a persuaded _that President them to call and examine his goods before purchasing ALSO, knowledge of the business of atookketpingSiag1e eoonting-t em lt v

Filimore cm never be trusted with the execution LOXECCST.-For want of room this e elsewhere as L&flattefs himself that he will A.likely 10W1.DOgro woman of"good character, A Cn 5' and Donbletntry,by .
be able to sdl'JUD,of his:.K09l1s.cheaper than a good iMvk, washer andironer. Subscriber having leased the wen-fa own' the most approTed methods. >,complete'eoanej*
of the Slave Law notwithstanding to publish number of THE
Fugitive respectable ever before offered'ana DO.forBargains .
ALSO. formerly kept by Mr. John Clark of instruction in this branch will be furnished'
be joined jn making it a law. certificates of cures performed by that : A valuable plantation in Colombia county, Fla. takes this method of informing the citizens Of signed to fit the student to take-charge ef&set

:.But the Union is equally well persuaded most celebrated rernedyPoxssm's. I.XDIA.I, Lox- His Stock consists in part of Super Black Italian containing four hundred and forty-eight acres first aehsonvillo.and vicinity that he is now ready to or account books' _- : .

hat Mr. Douglas or General Cass would ECCST. We"do not hesitate to say, from the conversations Dress Silk,De Laines of all prices,Plain and rate cotton land, together with the valuable improvement serve refreshments at any hour of.the day from 7 .tt1Lr'A'f r AaJUrr.Tt:. Jzp Adi'paising -'
Cashmeres ParamcUu : thereon. o'clock in the morning until 10 at"night ; he can selection from the English and -Math.
Figured French
-execute that law to the letter ,
though they we have had with persons that have ( t .
Merinoes, Alapaca Lustres, Ginghams Col'd and ALSO famish Lunch at the shortest notice viz; Cold raatical courses; and also, Surveying, Botaa7
Went members of the Senate at the time it used this Medicine, that it is really a valuable Fig'd Swiss Muslins, Plain and Fiz'd Swiss. Cam The following lands in Marion c llnty. Fla., to Ham,'Beef Tongue Pigs,feet..Tripe; Shrymp, Mineralogy,Geology, Che.i-try,and Agricalural --l

passed,and omitted to vote for it. one,and we hope all afflicted with Dysentery will brics;Jaconetts, Check CambricJluslin Robes, wit t One Plantation containing six hundred and Sardines, Fisk &c.; he has had his Liquors and Chemiitry; the- kit, tiro iilutrated by.expert

Will the Union explain ? It is to General give it a trial. Here is a certificate which show Worked Curtain Mnslin"Calicocs, French HairCloth forty acres well improved. -one containing five Wines selected by good judges in New York and mental lecture, "> ttti.;. *;
Cass and Judge Douglas we that Skirts Super corded Skirts, &c., &e., anda hundred and fifty-six acres .with improvements paid the highest prices for them,and lushe think.. 6th. A ClfiL..Et0isEEtt DcTAsmsn
presume, that it possesses great merit 'I Wines ana Liquors of the first quality ; also Pore which are taught: Arithmetic. (mental and.writ -
Mr. Urge assortment of Woolen Shawls. Scarfs, and one other containing one hundred and fifty-
'Jefferson Davis alludes in .
his recent CLIFTOS Fr.&., Oct. 61S51.' &e. nine acres well improved,-price reasonable and ter and Ale. Gentlemen will please call and judge ten,>Algebra, (me.utal&Dd wnUen.):.Geometry,
to ibe people of Mississippi, when be Dear Sir: 'One Bottle-of Loxecust has ALSO terms accommodating- : for themselves,,and speak of me as they find me.JCo Trigonometry, Sorreying, (with..at instra
-says thatlbe Fugitive Slave bill passed the cured one of my men your of a long standing completely Super French 131k Broad C1ot Fancy Cassi-" Apply by letter, postpaid, or in person, to,. pain will be spared. to pleas* all who mar favor : menU ia the field)Practical .tvAnh -

Senate by the absenteeism of the North.- obstinate Diarrhoea.-From its compkte and certain meres. Fancy and plain Kentucky Jeans, :Satinett So SPE CEit ", me will 11 call. S"S.TYLER-- I lecture, Ferspectire,*,rau.whUnI,- l opepa.phy.
uAingf0n'Republic.Faoji efficacy where all other medicines had failed Black and Fancy Silk Vesting*,.White, Red and Jacksonville. June 191351. lawtf. Jacksonville, Oet.2 J331.-. tf : ..{
:I take pleasure it Yellow Flannels, Colored Sack Flannels, White ,.- ,; .-- .- .- 6th. A Tcacftazs'Dxaavcr.-TL ._
as a
valuable medicine. Yours, {to., Angola Flannel;Colored and White Canton Flan- N tiCe. I, I For" Sale.A of study will consist of judicious setecUoa of
MAEIEL CCBA.-The brig Argus T. E. BUCOIAN. new, &c.,&0. terms of the Statute in such eases ,GOOD second hand ROLLER GIN JO- subjects from the' other departments'- d">gall ."
-Capt. KEAs, bouud to Charleston with a To Dr. E. Poinsctt.. WITHI and provided 1 will apply to the -.gether with an excellent 4 runninggear the brarictss pursued in oar common schoels.
.cargo of,molasses, put into this port yesterday .. Fancy Goods' : :. Ion.[ Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern ,confuting of a.'very good''Cb in. a. large Practical Leetans.will aba Leiveo on School
ladies Super Blk and2 Col'd Silk'Maninias, Circuit of Florida"for leave to sell the land be- wheel far same,with frame and smaller wheel Teaching both as a science and A*nrt. x
,1n consequence oL baring experienced M., :31OORE, & CO.. ,. Lace Veils, White and Col'd Sun Bonnets.Laced to the Estate -William Scott late with cart iron cogs and shaft* for running cotton ;.Pupils will not only thuS rectl T.the faHest Is*

severe weather, in which sheIosta portion :r ,GENERALCOHEHSSION Ribbons,; Zephyr Worsteds 1Ito.' &c., together Ionpg Ccumbiacounty,deceased. '. ,. .;of whipper.'.The whole in g w4 eider. will be-sold etmctiens relative to the be t.and aoat'popeJBi

of her aada.V. e Jeara that every thing was with a large assortment of Hosiery'Gloves, Cotton w.W. SCOTT'Admt. cheap.-For. terms apply to. methods of teaching;but they will also have *pportnnitics

quiet:in the neighborhood of Marie!, when JHEROHANTS Arm and Woolen Shirts and Drawers, Fine MusEB By.SMITh & O'BR.IEN. .1'1 #. .McItOBRWtDAKER. ?... of exemplifying them by bearing n
and Col'd Chints Shirts, Marseilles tl > :Jacksonville E. Fla.Scpt',23,1351. citation ia the lower department of th"Instittion.
'FACTORS' and ot- His : .Any ; .
thi Argus ,sailed. There but .1 Attorney's. .. .
: was one ves- ted Counterpaines. together with a large Stock c. "t.o 4t. r '_ TsA7th.
seWn I port, a brig, bound to Boston..Sa- ..(Sinettm' new Warehouse,)' of Bleached aad Brown Sheetings and h1rtings; Alhgator.Sept. 6/1831. 11-U- ..A DxrAETMETr eli MoDE S Laxor AU>

t'aiiMh'NnCi of Saturday. 219Bay-Strtd, Savannah, _Ga. also, 12i wide Bleached Sheeting, and domestic. "C: IM. # rcEtlce.IXMONTIIS .-'";;! Old Metal '.Wanted.. : -In which' 'itndenU whb wUh,to take. thoroar.il w
roods of every description. after date I will present the accounts to commencing operations course can hare an Bpportnity of doing s6;whfia
E. : ; CARP- TltlCS '&e.' of vouchers of WOliata aoott.'deceas- PREPARATORY 1 other whose objeot **y he to>a quire wSetsMt f
Commodore LEWIS WAJtRixcTOH died recently }{ MOOu N. )1.HAEWS. : -', wish to porehaseJjl translate
in Washington. This Oct. 23,185 l.: tf.' Ingrain, Entry and Stair Carpeting CarpetBags I ed, Administrator of'the Estate of Hickman large or smaQ quantities,old IronC' ppa knowledge to wthfail4y'na4teprOuOunee .* t. .
distinguished < Boots Shoes. and Umbrellas. ,Ready. Made King,-deceased,to the lIon.'Judge of Probates of or Brass,'for whit 'good prices*will be Ii\'e -. with tolerable. eorrectnes ldedfcr.fc ia a'*..,short-v.-, :
officer was in the 69th year of his&ee. Com 'JosephHBakerH. D. Clothing, &o., fcc.JETf. : Atachna county,and to be discharged from further -.'., -ifGEOROEIIOOXEY.. time as pc ibl are also pro WEloed"

modore Warrington was a native of Virginia, Ef.RT,: administration of said estate. _r _, J Jackionville E. F., May 12. :..'. 1541 tiou Systematic by lectured jnitniction.wiU and otherwise;be sad fink frtqttat*jztnt
and in his early years graduated with credit PRACTITIOJiEROF MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY Patent Lever and Lepine Silver.Watches,Geld 'i.eW..rW..SCOT'r'Admroftna.- ? dies In Declamation and ia English Cimpoaitloei rj(

:at William and'Mary.College in that State. AND SURGERY. Ear.rings,!DrejL4tp. Finger Rings dsWristasMrtment i3ySMTII II'CEstate& of-Wm.bisAtty's Scott, deceased. Tl.:. !.'." % Noti E. : be required! of all the students eoanwUd with !b.lnatitution '
; *
lie entered the on the 6th of Market' Fin.'OildPcnA together with a larro ''J O'BRIENi' '-';:', K1 <* 1F ,'. ''4. **. .*'*A
navy Office pn the corner of :zosIth t\e1flWll 11W, ) MONTHS afteroite-'shall present my
GUt J Silver .1
of fine and Silvered cwelr", Thimbles : : SIX .: .. _I 'Y"1f' 11'l'I
1800, and.wa commissioned as a posKaptaio &reett' ite't1ze Court Houic. .""e'* fee Jtc- .and vouchers to tholIou.Judge ofProbate -. 1.
tf together.itb'SUver.'j'abIe.sn4TeaSpoonsl'orks.
on-:the 22d 'of November, 1814. ,He ., *l.i, V i V "U _" : ;' Knives Butter Knives, lie.'&c.; .:,. 8A; I,! 'r :OXT'IV.: t ; of Columbia county, affinal IletJ warkssLyi'ri3 .bi.a 4.f-
,J Bv I y. .' meal as the Administrator of thet Estate oftNoel uIate r.iganirxtIo of thiS. tnt t
was the third officer on the naval list. jCom- i&C. win"i*" ,
modDrt'\V arr i gtondi8ti i .bimaeIl J v C1L\6., CUi 4 ..._ .. i. :if, t*_ '.* ,. -ntijr1.t- if -woma do well to-call.& &&lmLg! :CGIIISSIDEMIRcEAJTS I a&ut1lloIJ.O. : 14drAM IRAULt80S! .. Delaware College,-the,.Board bfrLCM1I.. .1

.. .-. .. examine Stock,as the goods willbe ,sold 'to' p taken to place it ttpon a 'at1f;. b.sj ..
his cohdu f r the 6 .I v ,. ."'T
Jat war : "Ad18Ud4trator
gallant I
,. sp-, .t.W.anted. proved fcundaUoa.and la endow U with adtaa1i
them as as ia Savannah" ;: tAnd 1
cheap they can bay : .t
/ JThe Buying
: feacodffrter. : 'i 9r; : ..ABigalorApr.. 28,1851.,1 ._ ,It thitI
Jy .tbeegatemen1bete4nthe: : :t A SITUATiON M TeacnenV the tinder. -The Subscriber thankful to the pabiie for the _- ., gel possessed by row timilar instttatioM ta.ountTT.
&nd-tE .- At the'time of.,hisf death.he -** signed*nd Lady-both of whom are Georgians patronage heretofore bestowed upon him hopes by EVERyr'DESCRlPTlON' F'AGRICUL-- ., -. ; The AcademyhereteGMr: map&b.L .'
nl thef1ib. :ordnance bureau. : by birth and education. Tte;have,tne advantage strict attention to business to merit B continuance TURAL, IMPLEMENTS'..AND :;" : .rM-DK.l>A'VARB'COI.LEGE.fJlHE .- w.- 'he Coilege.-tadof eonis inhectt. alLterfliwiieti ,

.ji-. i of,two years experience in the business, of the samei .< -( G. >V> BARTON.JacksonvilleSept. .- .MACHINERY.." ; .r-- ',, Facnity.r JutncttopofthblnititatioB, hare been found to'atUnd the

Lmi. w. "i HOK. Gao .M..'DALLAS.TbeGalveston'JVirtw .- ''I ud cta.,e aUsfactory reference as.to ability, 23,.185J.r' >3m :':, !;. .?. f. ."., a".. ";, "JL under its present'organiiatioa consists gamation of the two departments-ia the .
cnalineatlon,'tier A female ,Academy,in A01D8 __. ._ { ""n" t. ; ;.: the. following name4 Professonhipa wit .building and under, the same,p..nae.1CD1
: ;of the 23d nIt,contaIns tKrivingTiHagof Florida, would be,preferred, ... < :-.;, ...:... ; Georgia and 'Jc\nmum..sioD"; Easopns, A professorship of mental and cal scknceJA .- '* pririlegtJ of a separate .stabscssta
a letaffrotn e-Vicc-PrcsIJent Dallas dated I but,if ihis cannot be had the cxiKEcrcseo would .-- '-w. Nottc"'e't_ 1. : Cobgen;Cnllin'and Bolting Cloths-, ,Also,every S profeuomhipcftbcgrcekud,1in linguages. without losing those which wsoltfreej *.

25lh July last,to QonGatttI.B'1aD.Tuu ,,lake efaargeof'a male school.: {' .' ; ; AtUntic :udGuirRllro j.-e *J Company jnnHE kind of produce Worth and Sooth ud CAsapaid. M4- to the College proper .,*>' t ii' -
for Wool,Hides Doer Skins and Fdr .' i mathematics and iia&ur4philosophy" rA large aD4 eg* eary 'wwraJrb. .
Shipping A
with what le Vddthdersgne4st'GreeeyflG. & > professorship; .
to an admuaToa of the 1i llt1odTforDirect n of ;
appears 1.'f. ,. t.U next ft -.. -- fix turescf a corepletcboanagdahlisbSOttt

Y" JOHN.W. ,
the ; i SLACK.-, -*; Ji the Atlantic &Gulf Railroad Company will SA&rL HOYT. HAMPTON L.'BILBO:. has bees erected and furnished;in wbicblhs.8ta-
failure; eotoprbmi, measarec, And s ::_OctcIs5L: T-- ,-ur--r 1...t *. : '.: i---' A professorship flf xbstorleian4'befles-t5tti .
,proposition to decide the slavery' : 5' # ne held at the city of fit.vAngnstln at the !Court ,' -" .y&v. _A history dents of the A"'.audertksthzd
question; Room ifl the Court house ia aid'city, at twelve "fjJ 11 t,Ref emits %. ,-.7' -io,1 .. profernonhipotchemdqMarsj. _. .. dtarpef.Principal sad.J&Aui ." 14"tI
:oncc.f.by'u amendment* 'Jhe.eonstitutioa. E 1LffiRISON; &:cot! rgt .on Monday the l3thdy. o Octobey.next, ;, llTl.AnEUO'f it eaFunux: &BunLEY. 'Apiofesorblpof-sivflengnearlEi'-i : T & ZA I all its exercise are coadneted _: .' e -- '--' 'i :' : ." -",;. -, .. WEBsTEa& PAtM1 i' 8wa-rDlssLOw.A 1 o..uIn&enlp&ed.l.ihe fftu reU os .persaaoos.1 j
., draw-
; ..- .t' .r .. .L U. 'i.t. B".SON C" MJr.t.n'&' profctsonhip otoio4crnIanguagu furniture W"-
., STREET'FRONTING'LED-: .1.1J A. u ,aran1l&h Ga.Jq Wx:P. ; *' lor the other department.Th
7.f ; ;:3li Ssiouiats.u oar .twiTJi BRICK BUILDING: _** "fi 'U. kpuNt,4 {, 'ew.York;IlrvatKs Notms.MASO*kCoos.1u1 ins, ,:J -.1irlde; ri-s Into two'V session* <., I study-rooms"au4 dormitorieS ;bas bosv i.- '
< The Collegiate
t' I year .
t fs JGEO.R, FAIRBANKS," MaIL; F; .l. 3eis; E'Q..Newj London,: : with peculiar reference to eoeefrtsn4orstia4y.ndi1iXU3OhUban a .q
J The- ,
; eaclw first
reac1 are aware were completely routed ia ; orierms *f tw week: I
L. '' atj-Be
"' -s_, J. : Ct. H..8.MCCO.B' E i spsre4
_<"$ ; h" "' Gommitnow ; g.yilallD2totiDtLnrTHE ,cession the fourth Wednesday of ,( ta..J.O 1J.
,tbe late election in ippi for membersof nnHfi K -.f" -+ -co-esp '.Wori. : _'P' -Sal'. ,. T r ;; .J'." ", '., "W'" :: : : :_ & & .* ZSth; .' -; ept,4f, ;4, I October commences ud the second OB on*he fourth Wednaaday ean6-d'I the.tct h .
tbji tiuteiCoBTention"TfaexVick barr SUBSCRIBERS I bG tClriJi&.
jaCfl-JI."fo11owoctlI7. Anoo.1IraJ9tIIi'ti..W..J.
WkifWftiM dxe'.fetaros ire now in;aad Uis JL\ ,their friends sM.scquLita.aeei that they :l .r' s.;! Uewa&.L' j.ThirtrDollar '., ; GREA1IJOA1NS t' ;. t"April; .2: .r. ; ,h4 JII. rsoeowooaatinns poI saU study iD4SU

Uiat Ibe Union' have established'-themselves In/the; mercantile Subscriber wUhlnrto.devota hiatU 'iiiSrR l
&sAe4 elected i f f
men ; ;
bnaineai in this-tdaee, and are. ftOY eeh1l1g'a.ocIl irikANAWAYfromth 'TorpentIne.11 "Jlt, tioa exelosrrerr to tie profession", iffiersJif ;V; O ,'J1ON. .<, those afforded 'man.yof4I1LeetIefb :: .-
eitjb.ty, reemeinbaa, acdthe Secession.isU -. epeniag'the stand above DAmed'a fall suort.ment.litingcf 41'th. &.., or'abort the;middla u.1o on ccommodatingterntt bli lands,*ud.IpU i I. 'J;. 11UI' i.. '' 'v.from its fminute ralatios to
; serenteeBiwC oy

.enOUtltbemaflr Groceries, Har4w r i Boo t.a; Shoes/iHaU, Caps 1 U-t 45-01eet: 10 or 11.inches in1 height. Hair.'. }mprove onW. Tber' are .lIna..uw.-IaD r', 1 U.UVAniah ; ." r' obbJDtdh .
-.. j ,4v tr' : Bonntajkcith'.l-varletyof..good* slightly gf6r quick spoken, ( !* teeth jrtrta strong Cbalyaeate Sprints:w.oh.1icJ4 a u bta t .ILIstca71Ltso1! tnoie irba WUp.rsna :
A,TwTh- .jll :' atusily tec*' Ja'>>Dry,Goods',Store.: which ipsakiogh and% wIh al1 air.ofJrnpo tanOe.ud', e At'JI1IrAre iere4m p.froc.beyars Unajae4.U ..;. u" 't1.? of' whicli CJls more IIriIIerIlwW
he' ther .fer;tot., mi"chetjr aa. they .aabpiirehMeds4U7 Ddt to be a preanher.1'beia14 negrO baa eD.en assimilated tDthefrsI.4jite&1. preocrtiteUrightonan4TuTibridCT .\O.lte _. .l,1t.no_"S fir.IIMCl1LI. .'' mitted to real in airy .fC aflvlses..4.biant
jtA the 8th instaot,3arciOf"riict Ul>lioment. bttbe.Soutiemconntry freqaent.l.1 by the l.tetfonOD he plane prlne bt.i ngta4d al .bookslfl.tory; 'tt "I .t *"111"c '-

Ihoatand dollars.)'recorered .in.Henry ; their.nt1rit.ckbavIngbeei*,selected; and is po doubt-prowlinr-arwind'tha-jislgnbor* .the Balrtoa and Jied/orZ prtngi rf-thi oonfttrr. 9 moa C .I..1Mi&aa"p"J.:" "noomm t. a
county $t4n&yqr 3yoag i by one of the Am,''Wfth raneb care and attention hood.**He j1aJ Jiiutrtr Glynn.,X?.imtyf and Also a/tprini og .yeoole8 "-1It W I atheihefbSh2s t and Elettr t&I' .= fM ,,'.
lady, to aat action of that\' and withlaVi* pariicolarly to thil.ml.rkeL they. may be found oa the Road..'? qt ifitt Sa,*Ll.w.'Tha.bo' *; r.unII i JKeQan, country tr*,fcrl krjrej*'A .lytic4 .tt try.fini hdj t NiLW*& .
slu4 ert _so won i flatter themselves that they.'will"enabled to war4..M4 a.u .n1t.aWe *IthcstO JlaU's p&eIn,4b1ostXai41T1. -. Tb.o'oyjEiidenoes o1 Cb.an.vssurtW a1r.tWii.iw ;.. hd.llflyenty .

.as the JWdict a_t.iZat..if.i.was re46.ere4.: _"lhe. I 1 :t..Ir' -.1' give entire jatirficttpa U al|who may favor them will be dfOr i appeshanstoaathuk4s4lve7Intotho ,tofltketQnon. $jLhi vIoiaitywbir* Ut.I LOgIeMCn1a1 tbI1osophj IINptIl9OEEUrIMeSI :-.0Vt 1'.t1t.
"ck" 'I :Je the money i with the1rp$ pn*ge both,-astO. ,pi6eIU4_ 'J4LofDuiaLooat *!p-rr I demand foft>rieklimat and'"Qp d& inIlIir&4bD"'fi'a. '- TsttttiMihe4 1 ,4ar4ha1oy; 'tt.dl1 J0n4).r '

of bar.Lw1etId4 t directed.beV-ncU to en- ..Jft11f; ''1( .=! ,=..: .'.1'1.I .," .,,,&" -.. : 'r'U'C" QI\r.H.Yi ugLT.ANn. ._A chn?stablw and c riaobous .wI",.W.1 PMb1WW...btr4 : t" s..j ctnTb.Captive' f''n'-t. I' 1Meb B. 14I
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Cu h O 'AfD utofJh.yt i fil 1a fft.lDiI'Sq'lJ." Jf1 .".. Iadt.u.ofM.m&r'kei ...iJ.aotlo r,_. ..'fUt''tlr' -'-rL". ..-.. .' ..iJ.t\.' .. :1'1I'f twelve rooms, nearly compl&edOjIiu a number t.? : t ..' dollars 6r' '. ..

says 'bi'e.uo eompenstte Q "4 lands a. 4 '- I .% pti-.ft ellg-ibU bnUdj ''lfiD4 1r2Wi a C '1Uifi"U4' i..t t'03Coq l T1f .
lhem1i .ice.' ; /M ; tottew as ll'9I.Jt. IJIi1IfI" W h 1 .
Upoa'tdnaaltatJoriondej ". N".rort. rt ou be -f.'If ,,.IuHtsaJ. J" t'
te1--atI4 4 j1JAte: 1 .the.tteA' bl.DOU, ,, r.t 'A M e17eTQWQU1AflM4Afl4J'1II1 TOm. 'this '.= .' .b; /''a; 1-o.:"..: OD'"MdfirtbUI& : .. tA.Oi..
1r A. 'i iroaer 2* rFbrfi i_ 'i .t 46f
rid lsr>ii4flOoaV wsshsr, ; rears : -(
TaUo1 .. .. j'lll1 .
: z_ !' "r"" 1'1'.l1... I f.B14. !, of UslIOJ I4p$ .ftBdJeXglrl :'t t.JJr' E tPa n.
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; i.recolvJa-5aco&gv 'l:. me J..pt J.._ Sj7I4 -ofth.l $ ; _
5- 'r a ",. .t.In.\AI4..u. t.'c.-. .
tJtJ..Dt 9C .4aywi .ber t Yttendq ndt6mtt1I reapectfuflyiolicltadto t1Jl t o4 Mno f 1t,'fi.. o. t"1 ; JL SWmetry; KsetcriareontlBatd... is tb. ssaa as those of the CoTler '
l'l&! rdiigoaeafter U't4erbe hi&eiiiiI1it1,1to.k rmaJbit. '' to eirchase t,wnpropirtj ja1i.\ tJaqa.J.rema-. tJ .I'JUW'.I'IG. IlL Cioered Offlciis; Herodotus,finished; Sarreying -- Esi' MATTHEW MEI $.A. M..
.,.to tapt D itb.: dInr I. 'aQ 4 f 'p6ANDrasoY'[ Yasoaal *pply atlhis office. '" NuATLyLxgcUgp. : Analytical Geometry, begun; Rhetoric, -, Piead'nt f Delaware Cun-r.'

uid, "I where they barteibm: 1.: StpUrner"J'..'t 1bL.mt \ t t. Oct. 2, j85i: t. THIS orncE.- thhec. S wUS'". !b.t.riJ." -_.". 34


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u--- .. : Bates. *Letter between'odBces to POSALS forsaminr the uUi of 1 IItg blaetcetf.of'rang* a-r .
flEPUBMOANya1COt7 JAKES S. I'. 1 x Portage
lee 11I
THE.flORIDA 16IhcJ ot" Township seven M etotwenty 1 iifeOt..VAMea4i(11
'1.t111Ue4 1
euste rwB .
_. > sm
., ._ ._' 1.. ""'' '- tv.I.mtatt.s, ; mndr wWeh, <*fx,and eemmsvded me fo' .
those routes IOJN.
M: I} (W.-ftDy'l'llftSJ.tT. =:'OA a.EYAT uwI. -:;Caaa4 ; ,an* after tike>Both*Jeme, 1 ry, ,[excepting .(tTh."ute DLUfLOXECUS't.. J'
.4tJ .J .JC't b7eut4 ficit r; f CofrastlonIa.3 "es ': : ,'. t f J. :. I'ern&h.MIa of day J.ofcommSICemeflt. tne1nsI.Is"wi11: peeined.j be received'It to f twnsb1p V or nap e.otloiiS IoJo H, "J'a.tb&11B ofit sers t", .

; <, 'COLt11IBU8 llt ,W_., ;Fer TBi7" ( jpf KtTcr in,inanascriptorr paper : the Contrast Offloe of that:Offle* Depart- '' r rsafs twenty.7TownSw 1'r' 4." : 1Ift taha\W. .

"1 ; -. -' "f""-. ,, : .13, WMt Smith.fc'Mf *:O''Mk: :Of any ktariUtpon which,IAfOTmUOn shall.be 1 1Dt11&1a the city ct Wsahtngton;llDt.lUO.a on ?twenty, tuoeP" muons tbi4 four :uc&ed'It.tUa. :: U''J
'.. .. .:Tare* B D ri. per'umami payabwjtriBftts'ttpV. .: ; { ; asked or communicated writing, or 'by1?marks Lb.alh1.a of JJeesmber-1831'(to-,b6 01deel nlni,'teDAT";_ y )..t..rup .
"\. ; r.TU. :iTTpistT* ITf&liggari 'J..1I! I I or signs sent by mall,'the rates mentioned in the !bv'the ItHt day)'of .the.same month) on the ent1'-'o. .- fz I' :: -; radeafe naI47. ; truly. .

*!L8! Wptlons If not paid Wore the eaplraUon 'Columbia Cp .Eatt'florid $bl.1hi.U be rlnd for every additional routes and,in the mul\U and..time h. ; Townships fourteen, '[xeept ..etSou-,tblrt fl V V: 'tetE.. .JA-'. L&'M.
: half ounce'or' : an ounce.above" the adtent.fourif'.een, (exceeet3oni one roli1le1tSo". ..
;; : .
*rtke year,;iw charted 84. q' ,r.").W 1TSxrm :| -ofO'BtlL'f. weight named ia this table, an additional single. specified. Ti J. FLORIDA., VV etuRef1 three.eleven to wurwen, and twin.-four.) 'l 'i.q' ..'M.
AdvWtiisment wffl b*Inserted at tbs followingftW'Oa 'Om .-'": AlligatorI I Omceat .wnansvffle.v ; tatobeged.-: ? _.. .. :_ "? V teen eighteen,-twentyHme/twentf-two, 13sat SlIPS-I baTh Ltor
Marianne to:Oehetee 9 miles, and of rsBtwsafrjrmt tried yout
8 51 Frob" twenty-eight,,and twenty-nine, very nJni
',Doawper wuftre (oftwelv, *)Unes/or ) ,- "V ., back tares times a.... : .. ",; r. *. ._-.-...-- ._- VVVVV : __ *- ---mt r. else Diarrhea aj IlkS 1&by( tbaVile
Ue first; Seventy-Five. Cents for every subs ; .W. BAKER f': i. ; : : 4VV :. 'it. V Leave Marianna' every Monday,, :W dD.. V Townehlpi'M;[except I etl iie,1 eiztes Ia.fiiteure lot this WI'TOa dfeeu. .hlt-b s.

lastrtlon..* To yeariy Advertisers a liberal .A T'l'ORNEY..A T 'LA w. 1 '. '. dsy.'and Friday !p m"j VV V .: V [except'sections five to eight and Mveatontwentyone to :'It knowS or-heard M.1iU1e! '
peLt : V- j I (a. about two bad
t : 08 "ArriveatOoheseesamedayby 41 m h ,] seventeen eighteen, esrt SBBiaK
r4seoaat! will be'aade., AU transient>AdverUseSheitt $-V LCZiO1YILLtA81- .'- rLOft I DA. ." ." V Leave Oohesee every Monday,,Wednesday, eept eectJonstwo and eleven,)twenty,'.eat1.! diced to almost a skeleton and. r \ ?J

.(exeeptby persons having running account V 'Rtjertflctc ". V:and Friday 9 a JIll' ;/.- --,; 1 twenty-two, ,twenty-eight, and. twenty-stow, .ofrange a Bottle of your;"JND 1 LOXBCBMS L?: V
.. 1I1ItIVV AMatMarlanunbJl2mtlnedalLsemiweekly : twentyfour.V : it has acted liks aebarm.tae eba* Ie
tl'irtt the bffiee) auitbtpold previoua topubil- Hon.W. B. FtcKixo V .
: t-
< and bs
Bids for weekly also for trips. tost OHprmcpal proving may seen by these ..
< North ofthebcuttint *itbs.
-VaUoii' '
: : ,March 20. M51. tf o I are invited. 18562 : : ieve. .Ruptctfta1Jy, ._. t
'their I. ': 0" llia Abe's, *28 mpes '- md 4n. ,
FtnoMfct. i. dlstanc csa govern remit- 0 0 From Marta to Spring, V -rA..V-iCOLY1v. .
Uneei fdf advertising,by the following rates OSSIAN B,;HART, .V ," '. ; f and back once a week. .,, V Fraction of township one, east of the Sawaaaeewtfssrw ToE.PoIDJeU.E.q.* I -_ -r '
V WHTM PRZPAID.V ct .'ct :Cts. Cts. LeaTe Mailman every Monday at 6 a m ; river of .. I t
Oae sonar* (twelve lines) published s'x! monthiTwvsquam ,ATTORNEY AT'L'A.Wi Weighing I of. or under, V. Arrive at Abe's Spring by S p m same day; thIit.eiVt "' ft4In, St.KJCBOUIS,Fla.,J..-

fir ._ 'fl0 00 KEY WEST PLA., $Iflkl5ttL..V. blllg'S 6. 10 15 ,Leave Abe's Spring every Tuesday 6 a m; V twenty-two" to .'.n&Y-MYeD, and talrty-fow to rJeuVSfr i ,This Is certify that

,for six months e. 150' Practices the United States and State Courts Oven o* and'uot over 1 o*. 'i V 6 12 .20 30Overlos.snd Arrive at Marianna by op m same da,., I thirty-six in township. of range seventeen.; wont Medicine called,"INDIAN V,LQEEGoSfZ
notoverftos. 9 18 80 45OyerIkoLaudnotoer2oa.i2 Bids for two,also for three trips week. are V V Township one, .and fractional.township two,olDJractiona"townsbJpi bas permanently cured two of our NetiMaTeT&L.vers .
00 of the Southern District of Florida. .
Cards an. ,10 iarrboaa
Legal and other Business per : i V V V .1 take pleasure tareeouitt !
-S'Notlceito'debtoriandoreditors 700 July 10-tf ,' 2 40 6 kgt1Lcoig1by A 3aincteolaMaka1and : [ and'twoVof yourvaluabk M.clfebi.- .i ,. V V Over 2 os, and not over 21 OS* W., S563 one range : being witaowt S
Application for letters administration, 5 00 '1 1 Cedar Key, to Key.West,-miles V ,and V- \iwenty-one. ". V' ", : one of the best and safest naedlafbr ttoT
JOHNO.HATELY WHKH.UKPAID. month. V that I have heard of or sten, ,Yours } -
twice .
back ommeatnc. tr
.Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrate. LAW Single rate,u above,, ... 5 10 10 15 V .Bidders to state distance'and schedule of arrivals 'At the Land bee at Tallahassee, '-V W.O.MclNTTlO
.- ; -$1000 ATTOItVNEYtT Over ft os. and.not over 1 os. 10 20 20 80 on Monday1, the seventeenth day_of November ..ToE.Po1nsettEs.V. --.- '
.: OFFICE. NEWNANSVILLE Overlos.andnotoverflos.15 80 80.- 45 and departures. at New Orleans will next for the disposal of the public,lands within .. .. ...-...-, V
mocmcemeDt.ofca.nclidatearor omct..6. 00 to commence h #
'r For 2 60 Proposals the named townships, vis i J .J
Over ljoi: and not?over 01. 20 40 40 V following J.CUOJrTILU De'_
No announcement will be made unless the sam I&ABT FLORIDA- Over 2 os. and not over 2j os. 25 50 5075 be eonsidered-Farm*of a Bid.: ltlf the base tine and eatto 1:ibind f ;, : Deai'SIi I-have used your Indian L

.. accompanied with the amount charged..Editorial aept.1l, tf. V : in my famflr;and have found
WOTS.-From and after the30th June 1851, the iorwo) of propose to carry pal'meriduin. : Itayeryy4ti

.. notices for private benefit will be United States Mutual Insurance mod. of'computlllg the rates .upon inland letters the malls on route No. ,, from ; to Fractional'township far,of range two. V remedy for &it.to the I I" take crest.'. pit.. fa
recommending V '.VVRespeettafly
,.barged double the rate of advertising. -L.letters from one office within the Unite I aJree&bly to the advertisement of the Postmaster Townships seven and eight,of range nine. jablie '

: and Marriage notices,will Company, States or.Territories to another and also upon G.neral dated 9th Augnl& 1851,and by the V 'following Townships five six, and seven and sections Hz ..1.E.TOWlfSQt, .
Religious,Obituary; WEST POTTSDAM, NEW'YORK.. letters between the United States and the'British mode of conveyance via s VV to eight. seventeen to V twenty-three and iweaty. .Egber, '''o1.:1llt ,liq. t :.

*:\e published gn.Ua.C..munle&tloDl. North American provinces-is to be as follows, to > for the annual sum of dollars six to thirty-six, in township ten, of range ten. : \!E. P1s.,'May 11
must be post paid. KINOSLEY B. GIBBS, Agent,. wit:. Single rate, if not exceeding half an ounce ; Dated. Signed. Townships six, seven eight,'nine, eleven, [except V Dea Sir TWe to ,
may certify
._ double rate if exceeding half an ounce, but Dot -- twelve thirteen yea tail'j w.
-- MATPORT MILLS DTJVAI. CO., FLA. Form of a Guaranty.The sections five to eight,] ;and' negro girl suffering under a severe
exceeding an ounce; treble rate if exceeding an of eleven; V &Uaet.I.
undertake thit if the foregoing range ,.rrheea.and that the
J. P. Sanderson May 22. 1&'S1' tf ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a half; bid undersigned for carrying the mail on uteNo..De Townships! six, seven, eight and .eleven (:- preparation called Indian use don Ln&, t.G&&Je" .crev
and so on charging an additional rate for every C 10 twenty..eveaandtEirtyfour dtct
General the bidder eept sections twenty-five cured her and i
the Postmaster would take '
accepted by
ATTOKKET .AND CODKSEI.tOR AT LAW List Officers of the State Florida additional half ounce or fraction of half letters ounce. to shall, prior to the 15th day of February next, en- to thirty-six,)and fractional township commending it as a very valuable Metiefan autae of J*'!
The mode of rates
computing upon thirteen west of the Suwunet.dyerof'.Ctt"eln. .
removed his office from Columbia :- ter into the required obligation to V perform .Yoan &ruI1J'.JOH.'f BRANTLEY.
Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries ,
.H County to Jacksonville, Duval County,, STATE ROUSE OFFICERS. the British North American provinces excepted, service proposed; with good and two sufficient ) Fraction of township: six VVV west,of the !*uwanneeriver. .Mr.Ecbert.Yoweu. .

'nIPeotfuDyW'orml his friends that ho will con- Governor THOMAS BROWN. will remain as at present,under the net of Scl Dated. signed' by guarantors. .sections two to ten. fifteen V to ;twenty- 'ACUOmu.z hiy 26 B5L

'tlnue the practice of hit profession as formerly. Secretary State CHARLES W. DOWNING. March, 1849, and agreeably to Instructions appen- Form of Ctrti mU. two and twenty-eight to thirty-three township Dear Sirs Som.tlm.lince I

Term Attorney General, DAVID P.:HOGUE. ded to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. The undersigned, postmaster of certifies seven; sections one t"elYe1 twenty-three,'..tnty.nx. a severe Dirrhsea-.o severe that wag I attacked with
lie will &ttend at eachnud every or Comptroller JOHN BEARD. that be is well acquainted with the above guarantors and thirty-five, west of the Snwannee river tend to business. I could not at

'the Circuit Court in the several Counties of Treasurer, *WILLIAM HAYWARD. and their property and that they are men of in township eleven, and the fraction of township "INDIAN my LOXECUST was recommended preenreT 2

'the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County of: Register State Lands; DAVID S. WAuKER. 1st. Every.letter or parcel, not exceeding hal property, and able to make good their V gna ranty. twelve, west of said river of range.thirteen. your Bottle of it. :At the same time two
in shall be deemed a single letter members ef
. Clerk Supreme Court, ROBT. S. HAYWARD an ounce weight, Dated. Signed. .
Hamilton In the Middle Circuit, the Supreme I or rate. North of the base line and cad of the. PTJBO- my family were afflicted with the same disease.we .

Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. JUDICIARY. : 2d. All drop-loiters, or letters placed In any Notice and Instructions to Bidden. pal meridian. all used the.medicine from the one Bottle,

All business entrusted to his care Supreme Court Judges. : post office, not for transmission, but for delivery 1. Seven minutes are allowed to immediate postmasters Township one,and fractional township. two, of and I am now happy to inform yon that it eared
Augustine. Raidenct. only, shall be charged with postage at the rate oC I for assorting the mails when not otherwise rae fifteen. usallentirety. We are now all well and hearty

Will receive prompt attention. lion. Walker Anderson I Ch. I Pensacola one cent each. specified by the schedules. Fraction of township onewest, of the Snwan from the use of only one Bottle of V your'..Tahubu.
Address-J. P. SfI\&ISO'l, Jacksonville. lion. A. G. Semmes I Inaticel I Apalach't 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensatIon 2. Fay will not be made for trips not run; and nee river, bf range sixteen. Medicine. Yours. truly, -

DMPOCwnfv, Honda.Jacksonville. Hon. L. Thompson | ( Tal'has'e. for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the the V deduction for failures to perform the same may Lands appropriated by law for the use schools, .To E. Poinsett .TIMOTHY V BARKIS.
Jan. 17,1S50. tf 30th June) did not exceed$200,may send throughthe be increased to three times the contract pay there. military other purposes together with "those Esq. V ,
Circuit Judges. mail all letters written by himtelf and receive for if a sufficient excuse be not sent in. Fines swamp and overflowed lands made unfit thereby

Western Hon. Geo S. awklll'l I Apalach through the mail all written communications may be imposed for arrivals after time ; also for for cultivation,'* if any,which shall be selected by AERIOAN-AND FOREIX

.' McQueen Qclntosh Middle I J. Wayles | TaThas'i addressed to himself,on private business,which failing to take or deliver the entire mail. V V the State authorities before the days appointed ... V '
Eastern Thomas Douglas I I Jacks'vlli shall not exceed in weight one half ounM, free of 3. The Postmaster General may annul the contract for the commencement of the public sales respee- AGENCY V ; .

ATTORNEY AT LAW., Southern Jos. B. Lancaster | K. West postage. This does not author le them to frank for repeated failures for violating- post. pectively i under the act entitled "an act to enr CITY OS TTASHlXQTOjr, : 0

WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern James M. Landrum,Sol'r W. Cir., Ueheanna any letters unless written by themselves and on office laws or for disobeying the instructions of lethe State of Arkansas and other States to TTTNOEllthe dlreetfon of AARON'

the United States District Court at St. Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., Quincy their private business only; nor does it authorize the Department. V reclaim the .wamp lands'.within their limits" iJ PALMER of New York HAIGHT.
Circuit; John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'vUle them to receive free of postage any thing but 4. The Postmaster General may discontinue or approved September 23th; 1850 ill be exdwted and WORTHINGTON
the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; Ossian B. Hart Sol'r S. Cir., K. West communications addressed to themselves SNETHEN.f New
Augustine; written curtail the service, and the pay accordingly on I from the tale*. Andno locations land bounties Orleans Attorneys and OounseUors

and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of and on their private business. allowing one month's extra pay on 'the amount i "heretofore granted by any law of Congress for preme Court of the United States. of.tae-S-- ...

Florida against the Government Washington, COUNTY OFFICERS. V dispensed with. He may also increase the lengthor I military services rendered to the United States, .This establishment is formed for the

before Congress or at the Departments. [First name Judge Probate; second name Clerk Newspaper Ratttfer yuarterwhen tent from number o(the trips at pro rata pay, the V contractor .. will be permitted on .yoJ the abort mentioned objects: fbfiowur
either of Ct. Court third name Sheriff fourth name the offise publication, to V actual and bona fide having the right to relinquish the contract,, lands, u provided by the act entitled, "& act 1. For practicing? law Ia-ttae Supreme :.

(r> ADDRESS, Jut'bmriEn.l. Florida. (whenever it occurs,as in Gadsden. &c.) Tax tubv-ribert: on giving timely notice, if he prefer It0 V the making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic the United- States,.and'eondaetiaf vrofessioaal

Aa 2. 1850 tf Assessor and Collector.] From after the 30th of June 1831 for each change. expenses or the Government, t to., approved- business before Congress. .>., >
newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight, 5. Additional pay frill not be m de for excera I 3d March, 1851. V 2. For the prosecution and recovery oran e1a1iIa
-. Western Circuit. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly of actual over advertised distance (should any, The offering of the above mentioned lands win in law or equity;against the United MttaUs be

James W. Bryant, County. Offictrt. Port Office in advance. These rates only apply where such ease occur) if the offices are correctly named. be commenced on the 'days ,appointed. and win fore Congress or .the.executive Departments,ertgainst

ATTORHXT: U D COCNSEIAOR-AT-LAW Escamoia Charles Evans Pensacola the paper II sent from the office of publication to 6. Proposals without the prescribed guaranty proceed in the order in which they are advertised foreign .Governments' before Board'of
'a F. E. DeLarua actual and bona fide subscribers. or: postmaster's certificate of the sufficiency of the I with all convenient despatch until &he'whole hsommissioners- '. -* ?*
Will attend to Professional business in the Courts I" Antoine J. Collins ; sureties, or not received in the time specified by- shall have been offered and the sales thus closed; L For the settlement" accounts wUi .tbo

.f the JEdrfirm Circuit of Florida and in the Fed Santa Rosa John Chain Milton the advertisement or combining more than one I but no sale shall be kept open longer than two State Treasury, W r,'Navjr, Post Offlee aa4

Court for the Northern District of Florida. 'I C. S.Amos ,5 .a. route in the same sum,cannot be accepted- weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands Interior Departments and obtaining the remission
eral << Isaiah Cobb, Jr.* i Oo.: 7. PidVfOtthO service as atlfJtTt M are entitled I will be admitted' untilattertbeezpirationof the of fines,penalties,and forfeitures,for alleged
j, ALSO AGENT Walton Daniel McLeod Ueheanna :.V. .' = b S a preference,but those proposing changes therein two weeks. V violations of'the.re'reuuepost. t or,. '
'< Angus D. McKinnon consideration. Given under band at the City of Washington '
for general Business in the State rcspectlllgputs Oo Will receive : my. IIWLV .
of and the location.r 61 Wm. H. McCollum .: S S g 8.V Offices established during the contract period V this twenty-sixth day of July,Anno Domini 4. For securing 4-letters:'patent for inventions
and donations lands I Holmes Owen Williams Cerro Gordo >* s within quarter of a mile of the route are to, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. from the.United State or from-foreign Coven

selling thereof. I' Martin Brett be supplied without extra pay ; those further pfi MILLARD F1LLMORE. mentsan&procuring land warrtateaad
.. V peasleai
- ALSO ACXKT Ethelred Hewitt II Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.NotoverSOmUes at a pro rata compensation., ., V By the President i under.the various,pension of. the UaiUA
Washington Washington Tabor Orange Hid 25 13 10 6 2J 14 9. Bidders should specify the mode of CODTe J. BcTTXRFrELD States. V
for"the collection of Claims upon the United I James G. Lucas Over 60 and not over When this the General
VV anoe intended to be used. is not done Commiuioner of .Land,Offiet. 6.,For collections generally,embraeine debta.
gitteo for Military or other services, pensions, Levi F.Mille'' 800 miles 50301052 it will be understood to be V horseback. '- legacies,and InheritanceS fa the United States

iipplles famished volunteers and for hones ort II Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna Over 300, not over 1000 10.If the accepted bidden fail to execute eon- -NOTICE TO PBK-BHPriO and foreign ecuntries.VV V V -.-- V *.
Jackson S.C. Bellamy III. miles V 75V45 SO 15 7J Si tract to commence and continue service CLAllXAHtTS. : I
or agreeably VV 6. For the purchase and sale of lands ia ef
4 i.oet7Jest. ,for which the United States I I.. Samuel Stephens Over 1000,not over 2000 to their proposals, they or their guarantors. Every person entitled to the right,of'preemption the Slates or Territories of the Unioo. and any lean

.cott.'or e. Calvin Stephens miles 100604020105 or sureties, will be liable to a suit for the damages to any of the lands within the townanipe and Iuginoney.on of
mortgage .
''Ai JrmJaeksonville.East Florida.J Calhoun William B. Wynn. Blountstown Over 2000,not over 4000 resulting from a reletting of the route. parts of townships above enumerated is required therein.V ,-rta sstak1y1z

_1. II William Clark ,V, miles 125 75 60 25 12| 61 -11. Contracts are to V be executed by the 15th V to establish th'l&m.he, -,satisfaction :of the -,7.'For Investment of funds in United St.Miand

"" U Elias Branch .II Over 4000 miles 150 90 60 80 15 7| day of February, 1S52.V register and receiver of the proper land omee,and State stocks and loans collection of the divi

: M; ,:HcRobert Baker, Franklin Arch'd T.Bennett ApalachloolaSaml 12. The bids contain the bidder's name make payment therefor as soon at practvabU af dends thereon and,generally for the traaeactioa

T LAW W. Spencer M DIRECTIONS.1st. and residence and if a company'offer, those of ter teeing this notice;and before the day appointedfor of all:business perUiniiig to a law, loan, sad

ATTORNEY. COUNSELLOR .e Benjamin c. IVeddy papers only, when sent as above each member of the firm, and should be addressed the commencement of the 'public V sale of the bnkingageney.V -. ; V, .,.
-iV JACTSOSVILLK E. FLA. Middle Circuit. stated are to be delivered free in the county where .to the First Assistant Postmaster General,and endorsed lands embraced in'the tract claimed otherwise All communications addressed VV -postpaid,. to
*Wot.'practiee'in, the Courts of the Eastern Gadsdea V 1as. U.Gilchrist Quincy they are published; and this although conveyed "Mail proposals in the State of-." such claim will be forf'eited.t Messrs Palmer Snethen..American aa4 Pereign -''
in the mail over 60 miles. For further particulars u to conditions of bid- V J. 1urrERFIELDConnnisnoner Ageney. of Wasn'ngtoay.,wffl.iseel :
'Ia the Court at Jackeoaville 'a Robt C Lester II city >s
Circuit 44 Samuel B. Love IIII 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square ding, and the forms of the contracts required, see of'the V General -Land Vh'OISEm ,'." .prompt and faithful attention. _-c-
and la the United States.District Court Hugh O. McLean inches, are to be charged one quarter he above advertisement proposals for carrying the mails August 21, 185L 13t V V 4 V V1'ALMERkSNEThEN ..

et'JibeiNortbern.District' ; of Florida. Havicg LeonWakulla James E Broome TallahasseeNewport rates.* V in Virginia &0., issued January 15,18ol.N.K.HALL '. VV Office Nfc 5 Carroll Place; CapiiolHiS.:: '

efficient and reliable agent at Washington he IC Oscar A. Myers 8d.Publishers of newspapers all red to exchange 'Jii'y3. i : 1awU. ')-" S
Postmaster General.
II Alfred A.Fisher '4U free Of postage,one copy of ea h number IIDIAI ,1mcnsT:: V V
win prosecute claims against the United States Daniel MeR&IIey'II only: and this privilege extends to 13Wrpapers Post Office Department August 9, 1851. :

before Congress and the Departments at Washing John G. Park published in Canada' Aug., 286ow.f THE MOST CERTAIN AND,*SAFE Bounty:Land,and aeneraJ'A&q* ,.

$.n. .. 4' Wm. W. Mound 4.U .. V 4th. The weight of newspapers muni be takenor V V 'WashlntonD.C.V ?V f
Abijab Hall IIII determined when they are in a dry slate. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REMEDY FOR ,THE CURE .OF : .
located at Jacksonville T. WALKER
.Being permanently win
; ; Wm.H. Durden 5th. Postmasters are; not entitled to receive JOSEPH give )

will give his.entire and'unremitting attention to Jefferson Thomas J. Chace, Monticello V newspapers free bf postage under their franking UNITED STATES.' 1 CHRONIC DIARRHCEA; LAND CLAIMS of attention officers;and.to soldiers,the .BOUNTY"

bis profession, &Dd'all business entrusted to hit 44. Craven G. Fife uI. V privilege.Payment? in advance does not. entitle the IN pursuance.of:law, I MILLARD FILLMORE AND V ia the FuniDA.WAKV or in eitherof the eagae4'asUai.
ears. *' James R. Tucker II President of the United States of WAKS in which the.U. States have been eaneV.
., lie win also attend to any business u 4. John Woolen 'I'Madison party rates.paying to any deduction from. the above America V do hereby declare and make known DYSENTERY or the War:with .Great.Britain. of 1811;.-U
Alex'.Il\1eDon&14'. Court-house that public sales will be held at the undermen the V claims on the U.States for MIUTAXT
Which has
.. '" ever beerTpresented to public.It sxavicxvscrrtixs /
Saml. R. Sessions
PUBLIC AND tioned Land Offices in the State bf FLORIDA
II Thos. M. Anderson II.Hamilton Rates of Pottage to be charged upon aU transient stands upon its own merits and needs no rxorexTT
Appointed by the Governors of the followingStates V Newspapers other detcnptionof Printed -. periods hereinafter designated to wit:. I description.business requiring aa Agent or''

to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgments 44Columbia Robert H. J. Ste"art..Juper L. hey ., Matter, except Newtpapert and Perudtcalt'; At the Land Office at Augustine, commencing puffing t&'lt HAS NOT T1U.EDTO CUBE, Attorney at WasUngtoa For.procuring Lend"
on Monday the of November IN A INGLE lllSTlKCC.7 Warrants,his charge will be $3. la other -
to be used therein t M Wm.J.J Duncan U :. publithtd at interval* not exceeding three months twenty-fourth day 1 i
and tent from the office publication to actual next, for the disposal of the public lands situated Valuable preparation Is compounded the charge will be proportioned to.the. nature.a .4 i
Maine, Virginia, Fostertiljirctiit.V. and bona fide subscriber within the following named townships and THIS 'several medicinal roots the difficulty of theeseeV _': ',: .
.* Vermont, North Carohnt. ,Geo;S. Herbert Alligator V. parts of townships viiSouthofthebaseZinean1w.s1ofthe t Wilds of Florida..II is FCXXLT .aad ,WBOU.T V He wiQ also set in connection V with AgtaU-or "
Scarborough 5. Attorneys in Florida-.wnomay/ba employed .
tai acbusetti South Carolina Vegetable, and designed for the
If A.JT.Wright4 NOT*.-For each 3 i ''i princi- of the above disease. The ESPKCULLT Inventor.and cure Bounty Land and other. claims oa &..,V
:New Yotk, Georgia Cbas. F. Fitchet Newnansrflle additional :meridian. Proprietor be agreed "Letters hica .
AlicJm* ., ounce or pal is'. Jy convinced that ,It;is an Invaluable may npon. ( -w .
'If:PUftllylvall& Alabama, II Sam'l W. Burnett fraction of an ounce R .. ; '. Medicine. In fact the test that be baa ii post paid J will receive immediate atteatfor.

.Delaware, Mississippi, .'V II Ci;:L Wi1son II beyond the ten ounce* iZ5 A I .= .: B sixteen Townships, seventeen fifteen, (except sections five and six,) In the town in which be resides and.the given,. Juue5.'IawU. V .. .-.? .. V- '.
,Felix Jacksonville in th!! tb!>an (except section i thirty-one,) .
Texas. Duval V Livingston &dRg 8: 8: Ishlng; sneeeM with which it baa met, warrants .r .
.Mar/land fractional
eighteen nineteen"
,. If. SI townships and : : .Notice. 4i. V
4 Isidor.V. Garnie ditional rate'will be' 5 iii. a Il him in saying that it V is a POSITIVE CURE ;; :
jan 1.-ly John G. Smith Carey's: Ferry I I charged. .i ', twenty, township twenty-one, fractional township He has therefore come to the determination to TO THE OFflC'ERSAND SOLDIERS
.sz. t t twenty-two,and townships twenty-eight and twen. .
*l Uriah Bowden Mandarin I .jV iI place within the reach of all bcnriJac-how many VV ,
: Naai u:1&1..T. O'Noil fit. & range suffer with this
Mary',9a.It .
very unpleasant and often dangerous
:. .. OSOAR HART, !. Bessent VdoMjj Townships sixteen, (except sections one, t"o. : : -- V
VX Disease in 7IDT
particularly the Southern and
ATTORNEY V-II'.A.J..'Bi4dock* V Ct$. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. eleven'ana twelve,) seventeen V and .eighteen Western States. .. .,. .,. .--, recent Act of officers V
AT LAW ,- *< a Congress, and setJCP
sections three four six -
.. St.John's, Gad HamSt.Aueultine One oz. or under 1 2 3 4 ff (.Ipept ,free seven and In'purchasing. Indian ZuafILVVpartloula V .1 ." '
UlT diers who have
( not received "entitle
N upon the Second floor at the Court-house, Peter B. Dumas 'II Over 1 01.1ao\ov.r2 44 01. 2 4 S..8 10 eighteen,) factional townships ,twenty,V 'and look for..my written. signature on q BOUNTY LAND, for service oTcaaMoo-) 'are )
Forsyth street. -I' V Raphael B.CanoTa .2. "a".a 6 91213 and twenty-onej and toWbipltwenty-e1Iht. the label.. '- L >VV V
_ or more f the widows,aDd minor children of thaws
Putnam Jesse A. Bru.h' Palatka tl au. d. 44f 4 8. 12 16 20 twenty-nine, of range twentysirTownships .. I refer the
Tfiti'practice' In the several. counties of the I' epbv.. Fitch VJ4V U 4" 44 .44 5 44 5 10. 15 20. '23 seventeen, elc1 teeD,; iD.n,'and tested from deceased,are also entitledThe. .. Subscriber/win" ,

Castent Circuit.Florida, and attend, to tiReOlleiO1.Ofcls If Robert Boyd ,II 41 544.. .4<, 44 g 44 6 12' IS 24 30 twenty;(except sections twenty-seven to tweaty- .' Athens of among JacksoaTwe.many received from. .rtspectabie V undertake claims of those, at a moderate compensation. tao'
44 44 I illterested.H&T been employs
William 044 7U7' 14 21 23 85 Dine, and thirty-one to thirty-four) and section .1'
agalnvt the United States for Orange Campbefl Enterprise > in
44, 7V' 4 8 el" one in EGBERT P01N3ETT .- ed pnblio office for several yeanUf expeiliacs
V 8 of i
II Henry A. Crane Mellonrllle 16 24 82 40 townshiptwenty-one, range twenty- . .
Military,rrkei,and for homes l lost, or other : 'II "John SimpsonGeo. *- V. tl ? V 4p8", V II 9' 9 18 27 88 45 seven. "... >if }; -,- : V P. S. Planters should'not"oiFl'hottt tils valuable ;I: in such.matters will enable him to affonf greas*'

property,lost destroyed by troops in said service': St. Luau, S. Hermans New Smyrna : '" 9"j 20'.80 '.40 50V ': Township seventeen, (except sections tour and Medicine,. firery family-ongH to-ksep is .I faeOities.to claimants .LANDAJID F2tI 3510KS

Also claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or V ... C. L.-Brayton* s a ., 1j flvej of range twenty-eight. ,k V -?V on hand. \, .? .o .s.--+ _and save*" them a"great deal of troaMs o
Marion WmMUM'Gahagb Ocala .DIRECTIONS.'. i Fractional township seventeen, .west of .St. A. M.. REED principal Aie.a for.Jackson and r expense. ,Where he obtains D9&hb ,
be widows and deceased soldiers. : V
oipbans'of John' river ... meviT
44Uvy Robert Bullook'.I (except sections five, six; tbl J.4re. ville. 'V '- V olwp"lUdo. All letters pOIt-psidwill
Also/elalms bounty land to officers and soldiers 4' Edmund Howge '.' V V 1. On handbill every transient De'ap ; unsealed .circular and thirty-six,] and township eighteen,: [except V ;vv: prompt attention,and'the.lisoossary'forms ax4 is t

,'sad the widows and trphansofdeee Md,of- If 8.'E. Helrenston Flemmlngton ;engraving pamphlet, periodical' sections one to three, eleven to fifteen, &".nty. ; I InstrttcUoas. ; -_ -,;- -
magazine;book,and every other d rl ion of two to twenty-six, and thirty-five and 1 't JACxsosnuJt-E:F.,August 13tli1851. I: r VV : V sentO.WBENNETT: ., '
Simeon thirty-elx 1 "
tctfs soldiers. Harvey Waocassassa S.V
ant printed matter the sbovt V.. iT.
rates must in all eases I Dear Sir t .
of twenty-nine. > > t This win inform that I n- .
t' Sheriff> /: range : yon ons bottle .- Wagin. ". V tAJ
hbat.t.nt on prepaid. according to the weight. .
Also/wlU give of
to conveyancing, II' RWatierson.;; ; H Fractional townships thfrndn of your medicine, called INDUS LOXKCUST baa i Ootner 1850. ; .
V /; Tx A.'r.Ft.Fig .,4 2.1 henever .printed matter oar which the -. .' .,. _. ..trz : J I IJf
to rexaming titles and 'recordi, .and ascertaining V '' :'''' *" range thirty.twouu. *< permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe : e. Vb '': "! :
: 'Southern Circuit.. postage -required to'be prepaid, shall through F, Fractional attack of DpeDtery,. I % iflrHE
VV consider
$elatms laads.i c townships fifteen-.and afzteen.'of ii aD uee1lt "
HUlshMft". :.Blmon'Tnrm .n''J Tampa the Inattention Postmasters; orotherwise Msen thirty-three. ," I medicine for this complaint, and take H: (tS a J. cf o iYJ" :,,:
range ,
AH btwiases entrufted to];him win.meet with' V .ro Martin Cnneingbim" *. .* t without prepa vment.the same shall bo charged ifcFractional sixteen V : < i sore la recommending H to the crest .JIt
townships pobllo. S1TflSCIUZ
.1 **'**" and'eighteen, and tiEk0W
J with'double the abote rates. "_ t f
rBtnJ; : Haglei' .11H.ru&Ddo.
proMt.ceatloIind V
I nlneteea-and. iRupec t. t
ouWDrIhl twenty;of thirty* Jo 'r
:: .PerrylJ.WantAul'Ut& Bound books and:parcels of printed1matter. 'rSVeVV. .
e&tn it.and de- I' .VVcVc > $- : ;*>'! : { yERNAfJDEZ"_ 1
4. C. not weighing ,32 ounces shall. be
M. Petersona : dvez4 deeme4
: ..TtfMr.E/Pornsett. "
'. "V! ,,, Nathaniel M. V W. I mailable matter.V ".%,*."' FracUona1.toWlllbtpa..tghk.o. iDeteeD"ucl. .' +' f '.. :
Moody I .flVe V '
Jaai.m.. ...zaIs.'isi.. _.tr'.. .":.' .1 Monroe '.avBenJamlo Sawyer Key West J Periodicals pubUs1iC4t r (Intervals not"exceed Sections, of rang three$tea,',fourteen.. i. 4" V .* .. V : :3 JACxsomnujtMay 6Ib',1851.' ":-,; .!ble and single,at ale usual Tsto.aUd1IWjT to. .
r ID
'. twenty- al\orders shortest .
( the
j.' three
from ;
Jime M. .r. lug montlll., d seat the'office of This is
V Br.dsiy.fl' 't" f..tt publication threerenty., twenty-six 1 to certify It Is with wueh pleasure that 1
.t Z' J ". '-I i II: V v 'Robt,Clarke to actual and bona.fide subscribers thlrty-five, and thirfy-. iD For the repuUtioa,of the -WtetW. .
; H are announce to the Public that I have'been
4tZ.II ..A.Q. ..B" ,"! <_::7l... n.'_
CZ4fl3:. Dado : Wma H1I11I4 In the last above table,' and prepayment of a thirty-eight, este?,,'by V the.bitbtyeoommsnde I. ; -'. 4GE.Tr '. '..
FOR. . : WASHItfOTONCoaOnaiirto .. ,._g4 "J' quar and thirty-nine [except'sections four to seven.} rdrof 5: J- l t
Charles ter's thereon in all
"J' .. W.Lee postage must eases be Mt E.
Poluaett. ;
0 requIred. I I AetaCentvJfl.
.' I "' It ''i i-J. of range forty-one-: .,*<* > bclruortecl&oIUa1.: thIn vmaloigs : r f.: .' !
.ftO.Iid- Sheriff P.riedicalspubllahedst-lnternls. of more than'three V .,Fractional but of noanUrIwut1D4u0e4.&o 'trylils C. &Rl ,Be __ .
V township
thlrt1-eII\1t of tof very ; &C'l' .,
,::W1! .E. Keiigh .fi months are charged with. the full rate,which ty-two. range- palatable and pleasant Medicine, aDd to mjgndt Sc' VIUX.'CUNsten"8. '
6 ,. V And ex'oficlo TA ; &aicoiitor.. must be prepaid r ri'4'., '> H. c- VNoT.In '. ., : ., .f f-"'' '. satisfaction was'completely cured within stew TboD Oeala, EJ2IrI4.1 1h". "1 I
ir i. 'u .1f' ease there Is on or in any newspaper, /; t'kU'1 M and tail of. the prinri' dayl. and bars not b '
: 4Yznvn; : ( : ---; periodical eq ?w1W/Np with that e.FernanderIabee &Co; J 1L.
gi'rs I !: pamphlet. or other-.printed matter or "' ,;%/pal: :mertdian." :; ; ;./ Iomadrss4ed diIeIri> | ft HAH t 7l. j..Dakes'Pa&tks.F.V V S V J;
prompt a Uentiouto the"arrangeatnl 'S DYING.'AND''SCOURINO--: ; \ paper connected ,tbere1rit.h-&u.r.1D&I1UJCrip'-ot y.: 1 ani .,
( itd happy to other tmaiduteoores
kind by which Tomhlp r, texoept''see'dons ons'to aTe tay hare s. jvtfc Co., Savannah Ga. :
proecetIoof ant Information
and tlalm before Con- E S T A BLJSH' t'E'T"Y.i. or oomm1lDioate4.llMrrit.lug. IhaII ha asked for. eleven to fourteen and.twentyHhree to'twenty, come under ay:own .obeervatloa:within;a few I) & Niblack k ACtr.lor.Z.T. ., _.,,'f-

Pu; rtnfthsJI cizte...Departments.CIsinuarfsbff'firai :- V- V jfo. .a'YORKBTREEt. the s&14 uetnpaper;perlo41O&J! .orby.msrksouigus. ] of 'we ty-Te.j..i;. ./ dayt. IcbMrfutyadd'my.mh!' *:.to'thTalreadv I4sIagsr&.Ban Elii .thtowVLowfcj4s;;..

the.ReroJntionary! ,:Florida," ,;4.V REAR: OF," THE COURT,. HOUSE )' > printed DaUer btcome.nbee'pnmpb1tor to letter postage other Townships two anj t.hret;114 fractional V township great Valuahle\Oteiflioay..pj Medio e.' Iam to TOM County. 1i GL.V.f1ALSp V 3T.>'. .-71.*_..- .*-**-tlp *-*-'
or Mexican i/nvajid l" all4 It It the 4ltt1 tit the four of range twenty-slx. fiU.1. f.rr .. ** -
wars Revolationarr;Half; J 'S' V "NN :'H' G..O" : Po4mesg,to remove V .' VV b "H 't'
.. Township f
the wrappers'and snvelopes from ,one.eItV0IV.tJsu&i; river.rfexeepisections ; 'P-4"ft&\M.a.lf. EzT B ATOBmC5HMc Wka4af t9
ay >WMowirasion NaraiVr :. et ,". all printed mat L0.P'OIfllOttp 1- .. .. .1 : ;
: 1_' r twelve .
Armyjw.'of -j. N < v. one and and of- ... Mt Tfiiaanarf tf
: ter and pamphlels not cbarge4 with l erwiure. ,] fractions townships ...., .. 't : subscriber; moderato.nls. aB nt.
Boanrl. ..ot $ er;Ja F.b; H,' \ ..A.LEXAJlDEI1 GALLOWAY. -" for the purpose of ascerUinlng !'Whetherjy"Ii twoan4 'three.i, ."".ot, riTer .of VI&V I J t -, J':80"11" I GiDIUGIu" :ioI .

1WA4SU;10 l8fAej p.: r,.,pel RETURNS his thanks to" his friends for the ppon'or connected whhv& y 81&Ob:pnat04. lDat.ter range twenty-eight. a. 'IJ- *\"*. ..***** oiSk- 'l'' 'oo.II; .! .tttITVOf.Q'i f
bas ,
received since he oommenced orb uch-pseknnj At the Land 0l1ce1" Newnanrrille
J4He t4 .Di&t&eri ; to Inform
? W1I
lloet.lost; St.3jolunte rsj ,CJa: for business in this city in 1832 and would state to his would authorize or qidre the r of.. hlilaer whioll ring on Non. ), thathlMdayofRoyembernezt 'riol yea'attaokof Lb.rl.4fn'" 'D1'iIu.4"4.w.. : .

n oer-r rtr4oltro1 4fEz. friends,and the pnblio generally,that daring bis raeofatge. h.reoaat..--" N.L for .the ,dlspossl 'af4w rpablio'UntU.sItaUcci Wof two otau&n4.nhswhtoibaa.tth. l' V_ V V V VV ... .. V 4_. .. '- 'V "
pftn b7obuRt.. W re'bof ; .. late visit to London and Scotland,ho has seauired !' !. ,iJ V V. 4, t': Pl)4tD1<.er Ueneps ., 'j. within the nndermenUone4.;towasaips7and carts lode wOft.&Ub! .euabJe; ? : JL)1VVLSEV4X.VV'
.. t
farioustmprovemenU connected with-- ( .t : Porr Oiki .TJtuT"JaDt OtoVUiRJpLjwjts ...SO .
Cr.'Te4 fat e''W < .: -* 14185I.rI1VI i .Xt **.tI.(1 OJ 1: five T'
. ------ up aubope Qf ever btalninc relieS 1*beard *. bI .. .'
&ecI'," Itera'.. 1 I j'-U.'. 'h" _." ".' DYJNG FRENCH: LEANING,: V- I V LIouthtoflAa. &i;iw 'i i1t.\i ."" ot T*L"zNujz.xcuth.: ut : .-'V 8A.YAN UT'u'tf' : d 'U &1.r1
L. .."J--, .1. which b. trusts will enablehim to fire.g.neralo uTa.LTOa".OTI It; Vrt6it.iiiU V f%',, ,.'.1.3 1'" P"p.c .or are Bott1Q.c\trel.J.It9rt4.Ie be&1tb 1-- '. ,. .,t"N
keM I
,, UUsf&tion'&o aU WR4 U. .? tXi: ,.. 't.sJ'O RHCIIti"il'1.1 I Iesstof Il'ra 111III..." .tHWJIOL auu'V
JiJ5'i" >5 plow favor him pp1ft.fiHoi S '
'" M Jit. \)01 fjO
RasfH! at *Jf. -- "It1a ;* ')"JA. ,. 1' : K5 Jndgt of Probate of Nassau' U t. p.<,hI."' .4'toVtMi. 0 sjtbcse & ;, I :
-. .,. >? 't ,flMy-fcr .J. proper' 't' _th.IPt---: _""' '--t' : ; ouaty for dUmianyui tb 8rnrauet ._r, Ptuanlo--- >t : 'INWAR:. ,.MAN11F4c.wh'Yr.(5d
; ; : "ver of reja '' ff .
el eue.-CU ,- &wsrs, rm ,. -i",01
tok ; \ \ .
jp Bis.jtoptbsf 20'_ 1- Admlnistrstorof-thS' ';esiaU of' h-
.' .. + !lIbtbl I. Msry Fraction Ab l1i 'JlJliQ .fi ; f'a
21.anedsadd7ed.afloa colon;10 u toglve oo1 Oeigerj Recessed crtowMbJp six,east 'arwMef : }.t"H", ,' iI
w. ; ,and also-present my aeoounu :1 ; t't.'Q' ''..JHJ1''tr'l' '
N4 rgelan 'gOm1bg-tbs iffer .river t ) .
ff IMliIt20ZI4'l'abIt' SMMoM.t>wawsJfsttWeeaiwenty .. .
COniasn.ddr4y4 androwhers fIJft'f.J.
; said Administrator O our -
U1n571e as .
__t.i-fcs II i .' opI to ZVVqj !" 1'JAC" .T \. iI: tMDear --. ,, ] _... .. r.4. .
nadertakeJaB 71IZ4.nrPuNd 'GcaU'lUQt.It1DWmoftt.e4 tblrtt4veand: ?*.. .
prepared claims ,
-w-- ,efi & tw.nt7.eI9$4 SIr'I_ 'f"' \ -I '.. 1
erkMsAisitcuti&j.IiIIIiid .'. ia the same good ia tt$5&NK&M% bf ; I".TAI_ou hro'teD 'tt
_r. :JQ1. .f.b'W 10" )to.M : Dlatft .uNl1ttHtM.rVx\ 1 C$1 .
.. "- .- .. 1 tmer.lrt .'e4', ,, ..,. _. ._, ., .,Y4. ** -...*.. aReta. tvsaty ;twecty-t .-J''Jt1i 8 "Jta& .&,._1 P-; fi-
: 1' .
\ > "Dt1-D ins
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