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 30, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00104
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&**:At a recent meeting of nhettoyal Medico- indifference : 't/. :;i i-T" trange 'delus19ns and more ght bvc rage, buf always tan*away.ib battle. -If.!

Botanical Society in ,Lohdoni great jnferessras ta<0n coming to the bill wheis awakt skilfully/ performed,; though .you'wou1d thenotes Iheani while standing in-te. ru and"jjquire cawaidice tha.feason:' ; p 'his" blustejfng vitiOn* && !tlsrtpoiitt' 6
.excited by.anizgepiou8. and/amusini eped by the h-horrI stopped:' "Tbis" scarcely;Jhinkjthat ossiblej bn/t'go'yrith/ 'mstoJhe temple?,.. 1- ) -Ii : bad as bravea >plyh; ;raid that \># ad
papef'cbm'municated ,Dy W.[ IyEsqL'n. Isaid I to thy cbmp'anibnj- the-point from$! ,,Eastt and pdge for/ybnrself;: '*;The ..: have- gone tofMn' a profound had pyea him as. any jriiug bufctatuw : Lunothi

S., on the virtues properties of Cdnabis which' first Beheld the mount,' and although wprld.is, still -worId/'oiwonddri,1tthknow : brown rtody, bat for,the appearance bt iaV regvwhichl a'pairCdf oVr d cowarffi jelieto lcpe foo them| l"
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,Indian or Indian[ Hemp; which j&_ freqentlv itvwill not bear comparison: with our Ameri ;it fnoC: .The-vast, ebaliigeswroughtcpntihually l and1a4y, her tongneand; the.teapot present: Hisieart desire4to'fight1jutla a'fly le&wouUt1; "darfef: bemaTdoi&thecohnmg i 7 Presidential eeeJesU

,- spoken of in Mr. lane's translation cap mountains, etill, such/a/glbrio'us night thewide;, laboratory nature, "petition of the,wpnderpus Visi6nand; :not stand .and let him '* ? Judge %Woodburv's deauvleavef b1r.ta
the Arabian Nhts' Entertaimenls, 'Under from my childhood.to',the present holirunev.erremember are "regarded only'by "philosopher arid' the' oeccessity .of tnoving-towaMs'ihe tabs ;W> thnktbi JghtT : ftP OTCrHtO: CuCQ4'nOVSiODft Jfflj,i'lft*;,MWdc lift
the name of-Benj, and is known'also in*the to have seenjas that on Which the poet.";, ,. K. v4V-'f--7 f V was theuneans: of casting farther flight oto pr1etb story might; withj-reit'prb- -if ueh/his preleosaooawuh *11 j M1X*.
-est by the ni romantic title of' I first descended this hill., On that night too .I.waa$ about tb repty.j'to his/pbsferyiation,5 my wandering in, the, lombsj fo& wreathed > South Carolina applied] ;tag6odma'nypoliticani: '
UAYDER'S EMERALD CUP. I first heard the chapel organ from..theva' but a smart' touch,of pairi'pievented me from about the,bead of a, plaiter cask that stood mnchppposed rn.beartnhef were- as
; ter. ;You were playing." / / c doing rsb< Jn a mbrhent my guest prceIyedt in a,, comer of the chamber,was thef green 'to"iecessbnandvrev6lBlibnas aol, eafon WL maesQmesranedi.4s .
The extraordinary Deflects produced .by.thisdriif >."Trnerl.rememberi it was ane' nigh;" and'as Quicklyoffered'merelief, / ... / handkerchief, and in 'a: row.beforethe bus moral any manjtpnM hut they .had1 jibtiL th ;'and..b5,CZfljf,hei1Ldama soq4

appear littleshortof! magical l; far ex- said tbe stranger ;' "made Doubly.striking .fYou! aresufiering! acutei agony," said/h'e/ ,stood the.silver.prns.' -,' .'**: *-" "' torrent conageo'sd'aonea4r-which : many of his party who,nosy stand fau.bjs

Acceding splendor and intensity the dream's visionsoopiueatr1or yo"o; lpokjng forthe:first time.on thescen; i'frpm. w/tteu/oureur.if J. msakeiotiillyou ,;.AUconld'flowibeIacconnted for. ,1 bad voted cp'untry*was'sweepirigover'rTheydes7red: tb stand their: ;and"tFe-t the country If piblunhed;>efore4t et
; 'the'"soothing1 omrthieric before us through"the more romantic medium trust!me[asyour' physicianf.. / -been .dreaming .witheyes but half' closed; fight, but theircbwardly PeSldeflGateIectjonit wtflcreateationt'pit ,
legVwbull !
and well-au-
RleepV Some'etranfre ofmist and moonlight." 1-had tbe'likeidea .v4'By thiSjtime lb pain ha&becomeinterie, hearing through-..whatwpuldfscarcely bear They knewecessun runaway :passaio1 tjs said ta
*tbeniicated anecdotes -scattered through*;the whtVa: pooriyckith iri. search,pf\wisdom; beyond my.bearing..wilh any.'thing Jike' a the. name 0(-fJeep, the (conversation of-the ,'but inslangbf waswmngandsaidp.o theaars-- : r curjoas itatefsttatipoC fs.rsunJej tho dit
?>paper,.forcibly recalled to my znjnd a circum. Itked alone at midnight, gazing for the first hqw.bf.indifference, and Iwas'bn'the point stranger, and the tones ofthe seraphiheani > Ijjiaa.tee mJd sope
stance,wnicu happened to .me, some _yearsago" true ruins of ,Themoon"was of. r usual eeeing indistinctly the objects Ihave "gorwitntnestatef'p e.wowand some oneJiM wU it;
onjhe splendid Palmyra. swallowing .cose,ofopium mentioned the crowd they went! Opposition secession, d.repQrt ; i 4 at.
The more I pondered on that tr ngeventtheinore'tvas high in heay'en/ahd'stars' m count when the stranger arrested my arm:' ;'** ; while under.the influence of-a won, in-South Carolina 's'as silent as deathno inbot to President Polk, the J.1RDLJd

time-alluded'.to; .I must I convinced have been that'at tinder the the- less/numbers thronged*around her---not'a ./"Paidoathe. Kb'ertyJ, have taken'saIdbeJ'an4 < der-working, but to unknown harcpticvfCOKCLUSION whisper was.heiird. It wassaid'and be 4 from the' 3Iex icon'war;of witMriwia the'

-influence effects breath of,air was'stirring. Could an,aspen ; I1opieTtci'prescribe'for! ; your ,- tf- li>yed'that there/were,:not !hundred men that serviceah gethert Tb
_joLrthe.-anodyne-the*, ( .ol tree.have in the waste its tremb relief in ,of .. : is laid fo ave'beinionne4jatconiequ e
sprung up a Quartet an hpuf The -following short > lrifcted in the State opposed tc ees9ion"M *
whi heard 7- assageV'
,, 4 sovidJydescribed.Iy j 6f
just the
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reasonsjor nt rtaiiin'g'thi5'be1ief Iba11 ling leaves had.rested, ona., night 'of such ,-.-, Again hie' hand.was thrust into the shrine from 4he paper alluded to.in the introduction About this time/dart gloomy enough, ; '*

I give nt the conclusion the following! deep quiet. I almost feared to breathe.while of mystery, the'red bjijxj, nd'jfortbTrbmlits; to my uarraiive, are among those which con it>asj; the Southern Patriqt made JS ap the warTTie txpenditure':- ;money, to"jorrT''$ *I 06
from beneath the shadow of a palm, I'lookecas lowest depths he' produced'asrnalLboitJe _
firmed- in the belief :Men \vho believed '
narration' me ,that Indian pearance. : 'wonit'cpntaia'ed '
hemp-was 'eyery
4 dream all around ,me. Long carefully and tak rig glass from the order for thw purpose.-was .aetaally
on a on stopped, ; a the medicine' and.'that"I"ha Jat"the time were afraid,to be seen reading ? -
CflAp, I. : lines; of ruined; columns met.my view.and table,,be poured .into it 'a part.of its[contents partaken of its 'marvellous qualities in'three it, and denied tbat.'they took: it! Bat soon a 'signed by&CtetaryMarcyof & 'Department -
THE STRANCEfcf"Being here and there a*solitary-tree cast its. broad [a'fiuid of adeepgre'frt color',) and'presenteditjo different .ways.r. I-?bad i-inhafed, the; few letters were'received from different part Col.Ben ton beard of-it late'-at

'. In England' In Ihe summer of 18-, shadow o'er a spot strewn with fallen shafts ine. p'- \ arising from the, bwnpseed.J' had; drunk vapor of the State timidly encouraging thE edutort. night Helcaljed on 'the- IPresidwi 'wacloseteil

I was ordered by my physician to try.the air and broken capitals* I was like one ..en "What is itV'I inquired, hesitating.. of tin infusion vniade from the fresh leaves of Theywere published. Others came i in quick result with him for neveral bourn, an4- the
of Cornwall, and by his directions fixed -on chanted. Morn broke.in the east and found : *. The Nepenthe of Homer'he replied; the plants,-and bad smoked 'the dried Tones succession." Soon it -waa"idiscovered; 'tion of,wafl,a recall of the order and prosecu

the jieigboi hood of Penzance -for my. sojourn. meetillgazingon those memorials past the. magic portion of, M dea., ;Do you mixed 'with' ,'tobocco, In the first place j mere were uisaflecteu spirits:alt over :the -himself.-ias! war.the Colonel Bentonc1aIms' for
'All. who have' visited this part ol f greatness, and then it was that. I met with doubt its power, or suspect me' in' either, case, speaking-of, the fume from-the:,hemp, the State! Therewas, not thai'Unanimity* thai his consequence of the exercweof
England, are aware thatMichael's Mount -'f. Here he broke offabr ptly. return it to the phial." author quotes the following from Herodotus, had been supposed./One'man speaking put' in this personal influence:with thei President

is the lion of the neigbborh od. Like its "You have travelled much," said I. His look and manner as he spoke were those who after ,alluding to ;the//customs of, the emboldened anothir to'speak 'until 'a'/ma!- ,rein malter.'thal he sareil the Democrttkparty

jiaraesnk.e jn. Jvwniandy, its mount is. coveredjw.ith "I have been a wanderer from my youth," of sincerity, and a sharp and increasing pain Scythians, says, "They take the seed of the titiide had spoken! Every;week the columns ground! for destrnction.'and sacfrclaim/; there'1 U is I roach
: emt'aUled walls: anda lofty square b t replied. % obliged me to seek relief at all Jr hazards; and hemp'and throw it upon'"redhpt stones;- immediately of the Patriot teemed with letters'of 'appro 'of that' truei'it a' curious

tower, >vhoe roof supports the hard stone "YourDescription of the city of.the des I[' hastily'swallowed' the contents of'tbe a perfumed vapor ascends"-''This val.;'-The secessionists began to be alarmed. no trfdft episode- the Cabinetof war; arid Mr one'reflectinjc
upon PolJKSIf
:* unt-fnarkathe site of the ert will pq far to make ine vow. a to the They saw opposition'was
iceat<)f 41s j>:vfroif voyage '.ass.You.will was vaportbat arosfroxntbeiated: springingupYan/1 not true, Mr. !
private chapel attached to the mansion. the east." } soon experience.*relief.'t. 'said urns. He next speaks of,the, first mode oi in order fo ismother It the v Charleston ,Conyentipn it,13 recollected Marcy'einerpala-jt that
Tosee, the mount at any time is never to "I must return thither myself, shortly," my, physician. .."Ay, and here is something enjoying the-.drug asT follows: "HThe fresh was called lo'tneet in May; Colonel Bentoa ba4 ,
forget.it; but to see it as it first met my gaze"on answered-tbe stranger, "and shall be delight- hat,will .considerably.assist us; and he.lift leaves are eaten, and'subsequently 'beverage /That famous Convention'did,meet/repre hint recommend the President tO'Jdo
a'clear calny night in summer, the red ed to guide your steps o'er ground which I ed, ashe spoke, Germane pipe from the was made from them, having-.th"e emerald senting all the-Jacobin Clubs in Sontb 'Car of Lieut. General lav the the creation of the oce

light from its many windows reflected in am compelled wander on again." mantelpiece,. .?You smoke 1" green color of.the leaf,'.', and. he further olina.,' Dissensions grew,but of::it,:and; the State ,'tviththe intention to AnnyiWM.elevate
long unbroken lines in the smooth' ter beneath As he cpncluded his invitation.we entered Igaveaiiociofassent. states,of the plant that, "When the dry breach widened everyday by discussion that id Mmto
; the moon.throwing her mellow beams the -little town again. 'Since our :'departure 'I will fill forjrou,then.". leaves are mixed with tobacco'and smoked, agitation. The Southern Patriot'called' most comm mccessful, over too of the greafest a id

about, silrn&e hallowing all around .it, i ia a crowd had: collected in -the market-place, Suiting the action to the wOrd, mixed intoxication immediately :ensues,- accompanied tbe'people everywhere '.'South.rafblina it will not GencraU the'wprld ete iaw
to see it indeed in the perfection of poetic but not to turn their curious eyes; on us. some of the dry leaves, part of.which had with agreeable reveries'1' to hold public me ti g& and express r their of the disdosnre sarpris' any thinking is niitt to bear
I for the No I our envied was, eclipsed by been used in filling the urns) with tobacco sentiments.. But wbirt iJ 'dMrjej
bev ty. was.'spell-bonnd; scene importance Many more passages might be extracted at.first,they shrank from tour intends to Hit:j ia' lhi
'came suddenly) upon me., TEe guard's horn, something extraordinary ; for the urchin had filled the, pipe, and handed it to me, with an in confirmation of my belief. I. may, it: :They were afraid- to" divide the'State RuUiaza : 'bgck.-S.Louiiq--
.a* *ve entered Marazion.woke roe from a left his hoop-and was shouting and waving air.of one who had been used all hia ,life to however, observe in conclusion that I into parti s.' At l lengthhbweverJ;; 'the pecP v-r.
doze into \\hichl had sunk leaving Ilelstoril his ragged cap, like a voter at an-election he court of princes.-?. Then, :lighting a cigarand earefullr preserved the urns and the hand pie tdok the"bit in'their own'mouths.: They -- late JMe- 11 i .1 t>MTfc '
My rnmd.Avas made up in a moment di ner.' We crossed to the market-place, seating himsell -by the' winOow, be kerchief (which are 'still-in possession,) had studied over this matter and saw the Stanb-im CVr &
loproceedlio farther that night. Alighting, and beheld, through a .momentary .opening entertained me;with'a long and glowing account ia, the hope ofoneiday restoring ;tbem to danger ahead of them.' % Thw- eminent novelist was born ai Bsrfina
therefore, at the little inn at which; the in the crowd, the unprecedented, attraction. of.his wonijerings; and so successfully ,their,extraordinaryowner-for.whom I have Hamburg set the ball in motion: -A'public ton, New Jersey; on-the; ISth'Sepfemben
coach halted, I bespoke-a bed, and strolled A'common street-juggler was going through did he bring Tadmor in:the Desert ;before searched in vain.' --' -- meeting was caIfd, but it was thinly atten .1789f and wai consequently within a'daybf

put to take a nearer view of the giant rock the'usual tricks with cups, balls) knives/and my'mind's eye, that I 'could :have painted Seeing some years ago advertisement ded." -The secession"papers throughout the death wmg,J2'years of agejat theiu>e othj?

andfortress, "The tide was up, and the'lit- a few dirty cards; while his'accomplishedfellowpartner from his description. In short,.'I'iooh stating that& celebrated physician.calling State ridiculed it, laughed'at,it, and spoke of ; ,Forsome tuiiehisbea,1'tt 134
tie narrow 'way which connects the mount was gracefully-.enlarging- his ledged him my word that I would journey himself Maly.Nanmed)' had 'arrived' from it with contempt! / ** beenjdeclining ration and in June, to iid Its:

with the mainland was covered with waters friend's sphere of action, by entreating the with him at least as far as Syria; and in re- the'easflIepaired| to.h5shousetVbul; u.y The'people of Greenville next determined- which;'bt- retirtd 16'hiVteat aiCoopett"

-. '-Doyou wish to cross, sir?" said an" old ladles and gentlemen stand (be'express turn, promised' me delight, amusement,:in- journey ended in disappointment/as I:found to have a meeting and celebrate* the fourth ; ; i'naudcbprbo' :affer hisT'&ne *
Coalman, observing me pause ori the water's edit) a little-backer. formation, 'ahilT what was' 'still! better. only an English"copy of an 'eastern JEsculapiUs of July. In.:advance/it wairdenbnnc Fastreaspnable a 'Krge''laBdi***
ge. "I wonder," said thestrangerj (as we con Tealth I spon-'f elt medicine Voyercomng ; .a-prescriber in ''masqtierade.,; This ; the pa'pers everywhere cautioned Otsego'cbanty-New-Mn .-

-No, ray friend1said I '- 'but-iybu. may tinued our walk,) "what'.thesegood .simple! the pain, and) a pleasing, drowsy eensa' was palpable"enough tome, though-'unde- 7ersbns agaJBst attending' it, or countenancing but ; Coopefenlered-Yale'Cortefi in
jow me round the mount if you will." souls'would say,'could they,see some of our ion, succeeded:my restoration to ease -. tected by many, S C. E. C. it by writine letters or otherwise. appears.notto th'eire have bttafmochdgujshef tj
I jumped on board his skiff and\ve..pushed moderntnagi of the East? It would be a "We. will start/riot London .to-morrow, Her own citizens tried to break it'up.: But ; which ia not inliiW'Mearly m
from shore. As we neared tUe eastern dangerous,work,I think, for conjurer as well then," said the stranger, ':as: my afiairsfeuire 'An Incident'of \V> t.' the meeting tame'off and a'glorious one"itwas. .an age? -In 1805 be"qiitted1t 'for't&4naTywhich

iide'bf 'therock,'! bade lim pause, and'it as spectator Drowning or burning: would "despatch;" and I' gave a mute sign:pf "Mime hath cbarms to sooth the iavs r brcart." ...,Tbree or foutthousanJpersoua'at.! He remained iitbepcirtionofhis he/ente} T'inid3hiriffli" .
vas then enchantment crowned her work, surely be the end of him, who should show assent, as be repeated, "To-morrow, then, we 'About" a.'year"'sincera* fempVrance {man iended, and.letterrwere; from 'twenty Iifr which> rvi *iU-i i
such delusions in Cornwall asj ha'e'wit tart o travels." moved with his fatuily from South*.Carolina Or thirty distinguished f'ithbedWitt
for scarcely had he taken in his. pars, when upon 2 sbnVpf Carolina, expressing the materials, from which'
nessed in the East. Are curious ciiAp..in. to the West: The of the their '-" 'hlaidngi.
(as ifby preconcerted signal) the deep tones you on par.enpss population opposition to cession ring sea tales, have been *
of the chapel organ broke the silence of the such subjects; would you like to .see anEgypfian / and the continual/travel pasthist place, "'Nbwthe ice\vasfairly1broken,7and; opposition '- jilaiine''sk ;woven: Jt3ie Lunemkabe
?" "' ,. : : : ,' rendered it a act' bf ,
night The spell was indeed complete.Music'on .- ocul.ar'deception s- necessary humanity organized public meetingispru up In six
the water has ever Jbeen a theme "It 's.pleasant :oneyes' ," said T; "Jf not CHAP. IV. him frequently 'to' nnertaiir'travellers who every part of the Stale; -Every district, and confertetl yeasqualifldbIer fupoh n&elisrOI1

for.poets:Jut ousic pn .an:evejlike this, no.1: ? v *" '" could get no'farther. Ovvingto he frequency almost every parih'basspokea' inopposition repntation. The other baIhsbeCeTU&
.with such a scene Jn view'an4 from the in- >i promise you it shall be.more than plea TUrnJOtTaNEr. of these calls, t heVesblved to enlarge his "to 'secession. ;The Southern Patriot by-h.is no'less original
"Shall Goaoind edwas-tb close of the house and tbe usual sign/ proposed that ttie.strength of-the
SrumentlKalMatb'n'loved language cannot sant,1'he eplied ( ,you-be .at .home put up :opponents and actors m the wiH
describe rny :feelings at the moment this evening} Iflsp, I will 'do myself th'e ultry.day,which brought as within view of Soon after this; an 'election came on; the of secession'fhonll be tested-iuevery Con- stockings and their forest-

The voluntary soonjconcluded, and my.gondolier pleasure of calling'on you." ie; City of .PalmgMbe west 'was one un triumphant party felt that it wasa wonderful .gressibnal'District, ,by "running candidates Jian. hissave'
,-thinking it a'fit time to start, pulled I assured.him that his visit would lie expected bonded 'sheet of brightness. ..Shatteredia.aces victory and $ me'youn boods'of! the for the Southern Congress1. After much'de- andt ciTilaed: Jffe hannts Yhea'b'touched -

his boat ashore before had well recovered with pleasure, and we parted. ruined temples, and mouldering majority, determined, in honor pf.it, to .have lay the propOsition 'wa adopted and the cii lost i&Jgrace npoolhe UadJhS wn-

from the reverie into which music and moon CUAP.JI. tombs, glowed in the crimson twilight! ,'and a regular.blpyv put.l/Accordingly, mounted battle is at hand; This 'election .will,'seal t is'no matter how, Iru' i, aadjnspiratioivai hi >4
light had cast me. ca.st-their lentheningi shadows on the waste on their fine! prairie horses,they. Iarte4 on the fate of eecessioainSoatb Carolina. /Its soon *recent politico*

The bright beams' of-a summer-sun woke THE VISIT. before us. /The reality,exceeded the etran- a'.long ride .'Every, tavern was i visited on death knell is ripvy riiigingl. Monday Mbrninfrto fictiuous't We'ehall not publications givea list:haft ;bellmKa K
tneeaty on the morrow; but the, remembrance I was sitting at my seraphibe, trying to ger's; description. We stood for a time, mute their route, and the variety thus/drank/ pro- the polls, freemen to the'pollsand the d of his->noTt&Jrp *.
of thepasteveiiing haunted me iikea'dream remember the subject of the stranger's voluntary with admiration, to ''con template 'the scene, duced a mixture which added greatly to ,the strangle the monster by'voting for Irby and and Sy, and/l. n.ee to the. Two Admiral

thrice dreamt: My first ramble was oil the brgari'and watching the inn and then continued 'pilgrimage, and enered noise and bOisterousness of 'the. company.In ,Orr. '::1 true AVmg.It maybe seea-ai
td'lhe'moiint f Mellowed steep.-'winding as he"made his way to the west1 when'my a long vista of Congthian columns, at this condition/they;came, about a dozen /Be no longer afraid (p 5 say'that .you .love any for ia-.adrertisementof of the Trade,

**ath1o'the portaVwhere a -tidy old housekeeper landlady announced a visiter.' The stranger the termination of which was a ruin of the in number, to our quiet lemperance,tavern., your country, and-your whole'.country, the ilrCooper theyare: stople- articles: Janxjag them alb
entered atth'etsame: moment followed by ohic order. The landlord and absent "the afterieavmgthe nary, narried -
answered my summons, under whose a lady were, &; country of Washington' Franklin,..Jhe in 1810
guidance I'proceeded to view the interior of page bearing box, about the size of a modern >>'ThatM--said TOV-* -companionobserving eldest daughter,-{fourteenyeaire of age, and home of the free_and the land'of the brave; 1837,be visited a lady -suiveabim.I1

ihe mansion, ,1 hurriedberrapidly through writing-desk, but beautifully ornamented my gaze fixed on .fragment: "is all that five, younger, children.,were alone in the and iii loving your whole country, you show seVeraL- ; and Euthpewherebe remaiaed
tneo aihlered
dining drawing-rooms, till we came to with frimson'and gold. remains of the once jsplenJid Temple of the house.. /. // "U / your love and devotion to your own -South celebrity years by talents having
'Have you determined on going 'a tour in .' But "he 'let*' These considered themselves Carolina literary was admitted Sito
Thechi1berestood the organ.. I JnqniredXvhoxvas sun c une,?- .continued' ; us geittlementfor Be nb"longer afraid to oppose, the > *
playing on the instrument the East 1.' began my,guest, as the page left each the tombs before twilight fails'us/' a* such) called for liquor.. / thbughf crushed by'jpir Ybppositlbiy,that read in besvsociety. His works bare keei

on the evening on which heard it. the room. "Permit me," he continued, "to Be turned abruptlyand! led jne to the cityvails. :"We keep none," was the modest' reply of .wild fanaticism and 'madness: which'seeks he is, one many-languaajes of those fortunate and tonntriea, sad

"A foreign gentleman," said the house- close the .lower shutters .of that large' win-] "The tombs,".,said he (as we paused 'the young girl. .. t'v ,. to desolate and"dishonor your beloved State.Bliule are rewarded not in author*woo
dow we. must not have too much light in the mansionsofie "What for then only their own cotntry,.
'keeperf "a strange man, nobody knows any ; tefore'an portal among ; dp you keep tavern t'-. but in their own lifetime *>.-jS:
.Ihingabout him." The organ was. open, these matters" And then, without waiting dead,) "are, the most.remarkable;relics "For the accommodation of travellers." In the Court of'Klngt flenela.

jand {sat.down.tot myself, but before I had for a'feply, be adjusted them as he desired. of thisj'once'proud; city. There are,things 'Well, then, accommodate us, with some- 5 'In1 833,'a trial occurred in:the'"Cosrrof '&methi
played a dozen bars, the gate-bell announced He then pOdiicedfrotnhe box a'glass within'this monument that: willmoch suririse thirrg to drink.- / ? Kin's Bench,*? between twoOpublishers', of Rew.O mbrnTng IaH week,
another visited spirit-lamp, four small.silver urns, a. green you."H kindled tbrcbj''and vveenered "YoUjWiH .seesir, by the sign, that we music as to an alleged piracy by one of the a number ot persons collected aroikdai 9ressed
< *Its the foreign gentleman! said my. silk handkerchief,'with a small embroidered a c&thberad9rned.with sculpture,and keep a temperance tavern... parties; of a new/arrangement "of the old Italian tiny; in Barclay street, wb '
*pude"be always comes to play a bit about silver star in'ihe centre, a fewjaded flowers, lainting "Here jt wasnvsaid .the stranger, !'A.temperance,tavern !1"-(here the children ; song, uTbe old English Gentleman : sitting on the The edge'of the siJewaIkvso.iciting'almsi .

tlis4ime." arid a small transparent jar filled witbbrbwnHe t'thatl'nietwith one from wlom.I learnt, myssteries : clustered around their, sister) -"Give Sir-James Scarlet 'cOunsel for one' of lad 1uathgappareatlj
: '
: tbe hurried from the chapel as she spoke sand. In art'and science1 lhat'the vwbrldbasforgotten" me a :axe, and I'Ucut down.the.sigri.", the parties litigant, and Tom Cook, the Musical one.-and leg excited the aywpatbyoftbecrowd
,and o relumed followed by the' stranger spread the' handkerchief thE table,, ; $' k rip w( more present, t ",You, will, find an axe at,the wood-pile, [composer, was a'witness' 'called by the 'email, :many without, oesitatiag tiriw'hioi

shifbadBp'nkefbf.'' llis dress and rbeanngjwere baying placed.a: vasrat each cornerbe.lithe1.mpbprntjbeflowersand ly.'; We-jassed, prVward and descpnded along sir." ,. -- c- ,- opposite pirtyLAi 'mn professional 'honor -change In forwbich'heappeart1 this
tbpse of.an Englishman of rank, ,but ..scattered flight of Jiariow:etepwichbrought Here, the .part each ,one/with, an oath, and duty bound, Sir' James cross examiiied.Tom verry.tliankful.or time until manner the boy sat'
.his countenance plainly told that he was .of heir ashes pn thepilk, and hayingdropped a us to a Io\v-.vautf/dpas8aget.eyery:; turn, ofwifich made a rush to' the wood-pile, exclaiming, in the sharp and' flippant manner; following some aentteunupasezng'dovn '
malt globule"of Water on the'itar,'scatteredhe seemedfaunuliar t f* nvr dlll A VDowff with the sign I,down with the sigh!" :' '-' 'the- street'snspe tan. that keas
,r" I
> ,trick made bun .
|greig.n.descentn ying. spine
poV)let irie'47sturb ," said he, with'- sand thickly over .all, The crushed -- %VJiere arC'w now" eaid.I as we en- but.the leader in going out,,discovered loan ; Sir James-"Now, sir, you say that -ihe of, riser wbeavtchbe
; you great surprise some wbo ba4*ssi te4.
leaves and seeds of dried two melodies .the "same but' different
ibJing 1eircnlarihamber.
'a'pro'nTinciatibri'so-'pureJy Engtish/tbat I'be. i rome plant lerCd & adjoining ropm a splendid"piano'and accoinpaniamens.n. are ; him the
jsgar jin ApUe.pf UUJace; and lbu ..invited Yeesels ere heated .and & pna'thin/grey >'From this yaull heathen prieat raft fMVyhb makes that thing squerk-I".said he. Tom-"I'said the notes ia the'two copies frOm aemafl'hoTe sidewalkwaaec drawing miesaf lef,

performed a short Prerudef'aod requested in stream bt vapor'rose' m ach of ibem,; worked the seeming -wonders which enslaved.a "I_ play sometimes," said, she, in a quiet,' were alike,'but'with a different:'accent,' the ing ,witi.| 'thisCrotba -:iwater- facets The*
filling the apartment with'a perfume'some- iiinJ The that stand be- modest '' being in common-'time'the-other; in "six-
return thatJbevpuJ] "take bis.wat at the in- adorers./ steps manner. one ookerson were so astonished 'at- tfce trick
tqBe.comp1iedand-..wasj.astonJ.et1denily -esenibIungunceuse.; Presentlyiob'sevedbeeand ,rond':the'deep portal immediately,before' "usV ,,"Ypu do 1 'Give us a tune." ; eight time; and cousequenUy the positioncf lat-ere they had1 an ppotusjt.ps awhins
growijig darker in eolot '* the stool' accented notes was different." -
-klL Jils pedaI.paying' vu willbring-tjatdtheicrftple; "Certainly, lie; an4 taking the rascal her'ted IC..
3hotofwondduL Aforeignerh dp'wjpun) % lOQk the, semblance of mould sur- I was preparing to .follow,hinrt,;when, as while the'children 'formed a circle"close to Sir James -?Wbat is a'musical accent!" young '

yas L!.bat. for the country* that idedby ajr ss bord--Tittre CIi I rturnedI taw -wreathed--like-'a: .turban 'hei18bsdngindt'played 'ThOId'4im Tom-MMy terma are a guinea fa lesson.ir. ; ,
ftlaisedlilm! 4be unmberof her >piri'' iLoOtTng'Opwatds rOudd"thfrIifl flt'0f 'arbusttbi 'green'ndkehIeffrOmWhiCh CbalK" 'Some of jthem.'had Seveif heard* % ."(A1 loud laugh;): v ; 1 '
1fssjraogeJypqzzle4 among Wi tbiine.fluish. enlarged;became sprouU, buds, bios ; hadj.sprnngj'thegardew -piano 'before; others had hot beard one for -" Sir'James,'(rather.Tuflled) -"Never mind ifwortny old farmer frsl&aig &

. ,tic tew zernarka on orga'Plaing, soms,...in >bortTaj miniature. parterret thick; .and:.In front ot-tbeipedestalilwereabe, ) irs. The'trnnull aS'sbbn 'hashedf'the your terms here 'I ask you what is a'must- :of, teath kMahodL'wuaEned-to,
%4U1 wisbed ie aomcrning6d1ift tbe lia49)r'1 with ibe fragrant garniture-of summer, was ittle.iilvfit.uriJ*.. Tbeilranger saw.my eur* ivhip-and-spur gentlemen weredrawn back cal accent.Can you ice. *" ", ) last summer by..t ardera.-7Tbey fooftd,
:ai inh h ra ito'taf niytl3alI4lAb&tbe before me ; I saw the, dewdrops vo"ri'"their 'prise; ; but' made j.jio>eniarlu. >Vej.ascended from .the wood-pile/and forme4'a*circle ontsldethechildren -Tou--"No." - -- fault with; his table, and raid be' bid notice
te ; rfljt waa'fii1y taken petals, tbep1dOrill iiOiiing up the/etais and j.pefceivedja cpld'g'ray)iigbt : Tbe'leaderagain spoke:: ,/Sir James X eTy)angry Wowv pray- it Tto eat.MDarnf ft,
put of me. I strolled through ,th. .j oouns qntherh id7leaieiih& t'souUi.wind' teaming ou1s, frafl jtbovje. .!,beard music Will baibe sb"kind'tojlaybr n with ir, don't beat about the busb but epTaintohi ;- /-"what i:fuss' "you're making .i
again, atibe-pwtal, ftn4 -descended, inni iecmed' to'waye** them'gently forward, Tbefii and '-: '-.-; \ it-.i.4S-i'Ji 'another sbrigT tAiOtherii r j/iajcu nla ful., and lordship*'(Lord DenhamJwaaHhe judge) *ui Caai.ybal'.ctt: a crOVL1"I
'* rftany tliingthe''steep'pdihtvay to"S fihibbamriwitlibeitfr&gran ..qTitiil4ltBtar ; ..''Voavnear.yv tfie flutesof ;the iBedouin- the ittleAbacs'! becomyig reasstued'some6/ and the jury -who 'are1 supposed toknowmenlogot IOt&Ibat'
iKgbn oiwhkh'th vaterJA4 Arabs.said 'i'myafriend, 'anticipating my them Joined'their .
hiyz.tej : ? "' We
: ; si !' gf -"*'* "* -1 n \h "W Tbe bet waa ,the trrt w cAagfet aadm
zy Iacea4i rppped- spread ,jotbitsorrn; .,and questlon- alv.jH :i < b -- .: SpngiJter'? ng i va gurig''and you call accent. > 1\ 3* >
'S7.7 > < i, wouW Tom'Accent in music.ia itresajatdoppn uVMorteTTiag M&rved
'Therelwust jnstrume.ntsnjaaid ; beinany played
nbroceeafff: Ialt-coCd for sbapedjseIfintba.baln.offt mimic fount -? :
i: wjlh eye, a/tep "strain rich and varied harmonies anatheFneUtheWmohewbiild ( a particular note, in the tame to seasoa rt 'with a,good de*? of
otitfo. '""Take'cArei** said ujmde'frboa' beliirtd : tain, sending 'itskittle 8teatn1Igh"o'er1hflowers Iaia: ot J "" )hstra4'gIrs; ;' glief; ma&4 .oih nuf. :Is c sat4o*
W* isdung uns road forblindineBJOvwajkj that clustered round its brink ? fltated on tbe-airw : ; ;arouie their; patriotistn, another neras-yOuoud Iayassaupotany
Aewl more' tak< :Ijost (wonder and.deligbyt deemed de, Ybtf shall We;'' beI pli 'dk'fctdime.; "i iA their chi valry and *'berievolehcei on\il$at given'.wordiora the purpose,of/bejogibette? he'-1i' agood'l>ie,>and: bee
ftnay t
> ;etepf. .l.tuniiuMibbat losiorf had worked Hi'Tnasterpiecer utwintbi ie : iidhis W-'caifift tO'4he'opening'that :length asharaedto''a"sktfbfrn6re3he'y: i'acli idderstobd iThua,-if I reni to'.sayygi* awaYbianarawtufacIbtkt-uXwI[
yott/rtheribt9.you: 7QUJ4 gpjngJ1 I', wasjaecejyed/ (fOE' scarcely- had bethooght I was UN bring'qe. iote eraipe.eay bade'afow5 b'6\r, tbanked hejr/wished era are artjw1. reels od ass) but if.J werettoaay ; cr.b.%
/.4i.cov% .fw 'on*-a'-high??;'- i : crossed9 ysrnndwhen j JistinctyhiLth1uuq'f 'light,became more -wtense.4.* felt. the good'afiernbbnja 4"left.iM t uiellyaa if they 'iJTouarei an aJV'Jtjrestaiioa, Sir

'Wjnitbriiha'bebeluVfteated iro'tetietrcIet <'oa beeVabOUrtbe border and oT-night wind breathfoH my forehead : had Been toiiftneraI; 5*( <*/ '<*'Af-$ James." *' ?t4t 'jior j fK *' .w1GQD -
; r Jeiiio'-1iandtand'; forth a tulipcun*flewl.?IHtltitfpiitiah 'cTwas:7ntht'and: sUcb',fl ihf'aa-'that Reiterated aTionts Ua ghterbyth.wbote fonYoca :
3thmbny new acquairita'nce, the.; tranger. : )irpni'aped gatjdy mAtfdft the4rroeof I ,indtutry] first describedThe'qaeenpf hiaveqagain: 110 courKla iwl iph thi benchi,'itsell joinedy fol

&Ii1oie4. his ke4chbookas. I _IIi 1iEhtvaiIolloe&by> buteryoi 4 or. was:gliding!thfisngh-fier( ipaoglea, path, heaUht uuaiit ac oied hhZt, #: ofLandonwjs ac bf5I ,
aDd desceodwg 1 1w : t / .xiuuch '
aaasiKatfi: 'walk, -: responding -*izej I watcbia.3hemfl.atteruuXifie beautytnirrOred irfthe flOor whnchj 'nelP. f-.t" the'ucatios 4Di4TdrtLMk for

Wetksauntt red ibrbbghr in 1na"rro'vr'sirVetiie circl Xerfeaeh uld ;igbt>p- ca s'4- eni23Jam'
l MaraiionTi the'direction'of Hel t.n,nnd on the-leaf it loved, tbe colors ef the gIrdeotheflowersacexte4 sta dii fsceqforeme dark ; t C4i grbsslyln8uUed1'yodrt4nnoceol.iamJyi on, ft. wu e|>ucai4>Au w* v K >*frho'

"! ddidierajntbe .j rreV more faint; Jell droojvteUulrWooto ttbfUteoM'UlU t-fa:1ist: :ti rplest nd tof th k : threatened*wl tut dbwii y'dat/s'ign and :
front 4bemVM
road,.anj,tbe loungers at;cottage- tb'id-ofihe deeert:;had/been I its lotuftCt'ljo'd' "witfi ilver b6im iwd spoke so rudely to ybui( hndrenffVotf hartjust 'Sir Jameejwbadeepre&an.naurauy
doors, eyedwy.compawpp1lbvha> ; wt, e. ( caase'to is'-tb5e pcrJckRecv&a OWiL'A'tvrds
sbjlnkJi- its arched window* Jigged ei btttt&tv&d.ILtuTnedib'see Kproud of Voar daught-r.'Bir ,
.?$ard4vMhnQ otop4egtee-cI. lotereitilJCUf.Of bere, sapteis wbicIrthy, $ tUigIut < hy'ttraoger gutst, but hewa 'her iidble bearlftga'hd fearfcsi'cj>ttr4geweTemarKbl : had jJecarajs. carl !t,> In a great Jbuff aaidrUu -
Onpaung3b iigiJorge ma fffcWlUSSS i" on,4'IioOked a otmdme/pntb4; cap '. .Jn one78O>bn>ir ftiunoteCt' Ehe wtaeae mayiQ ou = u4otthsti

jr flw y iQtotyerpeetiinjjLfIffair } ) t *efe Vtrpkeii Ue of'my'piM:! 4close' fOithat I b1a.4'
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.'Fn.LKOU 1'14 VrRcl1iL--From .NeY rk C.trtai'ondenee of the:8Rvimu&9' :1J fIji :ijfirB l'I" t 7JG'"i"]E':bls wasnot easy;:fortbt, inbabitant' :t.t"ef'- -' J.B.t. .- ..:, TJM. Cople' ..111&. ,.-.-;,\., _.

in eloquent 1 speefcb/ of, Mr. Carrtngtoni) at su."bU- !. : ,,1;1 I quiet I y l,:p'o'PeroQSlqnten '. ,hap'*' I&]&&**oX rot to | iceiveicong -' Cobbis .eleded.Ijy a 'majonty';of 1 Se
the Virginia Whig ,'Stale Convention, we :. 'f Y R t1'61; !! 'l,, krJ '" : p7Tbe: culture of J5ea #anjcbiitOfltnertofale : 1 tii i TbVl M o: IarHeipi;'Myfl4NeweaIanderi oyet..h** bppon "Th..Union majoritJ:t
quote the following compliments paid to What are tfee topics ifrGolham this, ,.rnor- : R .\ t .i ; was very prafllaMiiotbemhe pnce Noet-artfw' 0 the have' .
.' 'statedIrr
t Legislatore we
Mr. Fillmore and AJministraiion : ''eI|,* the J4 J'iU} 1l \ ..: b too, was *. already 'J'C
nin5t there ;\; <" DJw(9f ; leiog! fifty cents a ponnd; JLarnb ; < .
""Sir bare we lot as 'Whigs, much to 'an. improvement in the EngKsh': .and. Euio. huri ci foc, bti 1951.Damage freCpf 'charge on tb'e i'habitantswho cat The Itallanflevolutmon' ; Levantmi Rambles > igrsu1onsj. '1- '

gladden our very souls at this time Not"onfroanhe Penn money markets-the better condition and sold !it high'prices. 'The town pfFer.riandina ; -' .Daydreams: of 'an ite.Y 1ie from the DIJT*i CT..,-;Jackson (anu'-cotnpro9il e)

AN "'J b n th n 01 "ede n i r, our. of feeling in our own mercantile ,\'rorld-the : : wIth- int4. ,. on Amelia: Island,'was'a kind of biggins;-The Experiment,, Leonard,"scott, 276 majority over Hopkins.
,1ft tate "misniIeTpi- modern democra o.. i'1 i"br,1ti ,A'l 1 r i 'M' in1 t rfA1rbott*L w.' ori,, h4 V b1)$ ffiJf t 1 in&varidiipi.ji .' neutral qr- free port,4atwhicha large and I c ':nep'tb 8h .ibt'thfBrit h' 'f W8 ; f.t lo n'S01" '( h1oi rtJ'ib

; >elwM'oBRpftional l.government, rence, to Ireland, and the extraordinary, ri lucrative trade was .rried'on' with all.na- '
cybur" (says the National Idtelligencer) notices 70 Fulton street" New-York. mjonitrOYesBeiig.j : i; ."'. :r
In its present'executivereflecting .the .true almost regal reception givenhim as the representalive -' tibns;and revoiaiioh'waV'th e'fatherest thing ;
Trlpdom i of our party; ana protecting with "a"bojii of ihe United States which \yitb- of,R:'very elaborateiopinion; recently.deUrsofSpa from the thought of -inhabitants. ,- jGiuHAii's MVouivB l Nqyember, 'is, af-" Prnk-Bzily(secession" ). J 5S wa. .

hindjthjrntfmitable institutions dour in five years have received upwards- of' one redJlv&i. the. l"0 .," _cf."tl.lff.1: .. Dadg8.. ,It waftfound.. ,that there was no'attempt or so before us':'. Its. table. of, .. contents' is- full iprity' over. Cbappell. :
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yefDmenL "Jealous. of our rights yetftlol million. of Irish people to these hospitable of.the Northern djstrict of Florid, on the. purpose;:bn' hV'toirl;'6f: QreattBrItams.tOtakepossession l and' "varied,'and- its embellishments attractive.a ri .J uryhn jti.t ;
Y to tnVrf tain (benrTghts-'of otherrnilions ; shores -thrjnientiott! of the-English: 'political -p oftbe'province,anddnod's.'
Subject ot aliowing,intetcmn.on cenlarn claima 'lie't tteronprie&"Te: ; MoI'aiuilWatk' majority over Stell.. ) '; '
the fell ibecflliyation of Ire to revolt : *,
\ ,- wend; him rebuking-_ : ;'spirit c.cbnomists.tptake position the part p'fthelnhaMtan.is
of fanaticism; which would prompt thfe wild I land into,their, pwn hands: : the FaiLat.Cas: ; >wlC<: ,* fcjectv'prpVided'.f/br i v' ,by,' :j":thetreatfI9jor or:surrender posssessioa"pf. tbe.ter- !i; ( 'very,chaste i aifprettyfema1e'port&t: ,) 5n'DiniOhatai' :(QJ1 oD)'e.401

a.ndieckteuin oar land to deeds of damning _llepardeh 71\tI'd the'Cattl'X"S r,-'(peri- : ptopenydestroyeI, by lW torytotheUnited.States: : ;' ** nTh Politic Cohbf!;. '(s"posthamo aBo aparti.fij majonty over Stiles, i '" :' 'r"- '

., ootrafce'p6ajtbei3g1b; Others. Having can Institute') 23d-slre[ t but he|great theme' kroops': ottbe"United tat.eiduri-.n'.h va, ..Gen.).Matthews .finally 'Induced i,fewvagaboidi. ::4: 'Ga1iaxns' t '-'- I'arms:y .- loafif a. .6TH,DisTaicTr--Hfllyet) (union)4,1 is majority .
.tfeU at !tbe extreme north, ; .where, of conjErsation'ia;ibe .intended'.ovation, :.in sion of the. :(some; say ,only ,fOUl or.' veanioOgheSpaaish ) '" '
*7 '' Spanish province of("'Florida'-; ) ; 'Gporr forKovember, is,also, ecei_ &- over Jones,; ;- 4.*i
''from1 ailiestinfancy; jhe bas been 'taught .hipnbr"ofKossuth. :, : : subjects pretend to,be
!'1heiecular predilections of that sect il,'arid ::There are:f5 mt ;of usf ho'jhinl"fttiet'exled --: : the'Y.l.t! .1812,,*ani& t.3r- and'. weVfirifin' 'theWashlii'gton' Patriots, and,accept Jthftlaid pi r.;::the ;\!n Iud Tbe Embellishments: surpass those of .Graham. ..:1Tir anJCI''Steph; (GDi)'27si;

litheir abiding trid.of the institutions bf the .{ IJungaranPresidentj no'iessjUie"cbliefof : ; 'V'71o1i'"r the 12th..insian the States;'to liberate them: $ekaiseiI.a;,force Tw0'r G6pd'Cbunsef and:Evil Coun.eel majority.over Lewis. ", ,iSm .

*.ebntty; we find him in his admTnfstratire datie; great nation- because LlsVautbority:: has Op inioiV lieje&a large -witfr the foifoVingapproval i ot f: 357 :men' ,,.De rYi! .adteiiturers. fromGeora I, contrastedpresent ia the lace: of the DuTRtcT.Toombs; t UnioD)21N.
".lifting birn8elfaboce:_all!.jettiorial 'cobsidera- ,boii oS tyrant;the '-t or' adjoining; ;States, and. also : :
." fyedJoreigl1. intelligent editor',of bat Evil Counsellor! quite a$ much. janpcence as majority. over ,McMillan. ; tJl
'lions ;' the will 1 \ .J had the,ald bf everaloJ"the;UnitedStatesgun'boas"jfrprn ; ., .
(f. "Sir; te has'boWly namtameJ: it intone We all "know tow; the.'twp': dethroned.Stnartv l journal," .''1;of; thedoctiineg" -. 1a1L. .;dovvn....- ,.by thehfilectioh ( the"flotilla under the command eitheV'of tbiBcHher, three :faces xbibitwith :Iii only .district oat ,bf the aet W:fa

'of its'darkest'periods, and we have an earntst .Charles and'Jamex. enderedj:, b w- ..P ....,s .- CU, 'o f- i 4'- .n1 r,of 1h.e' of, Ge ri.'Campbell,"and-summoned. Fer- much more:life and:natar iss. U Evil SO Carolina! have secession delegafeileea

in the recent past that \filrever' )endt erless by'their'own.people,:and t.fbr- "cr'm.es cJaims;. _. .,' ., :. "1 .; r"The ''. nandina tosurrendec.; "**" -* -. Counsel had been, called i.'and,tbe otbrer elected! 'the Southern '
to .
whilst it boast : Washiogton which pbtningVcpuid.extenuatei'wefe: ( neverth The Spanish Commandant seeing that the Congress 1iat''itthe :
h support: can a ; .petition af:Judge .Jtionson: rithe h1seas.it woul&bavi, been
a Madison, era Ilenryi;;' His course 1es 'treated as kings,'dejure; y the Court. Clam of J rre/ra. -Seeing Ihe-great'.tnte,-. insurgents'were''! fact :.sustained :,by the figures quitean 7th District, -delegates:Rhett aDd Daa-

'fcas trot'ont1.been sanctipned'by the highest of Yersanies to, which! *vtbey repaired! poitheir' ; est excited by.this decision, as>well on account United StaleVsurreiidered the townto thePatrio1sJ apt de'signation. ,Fashions, 'the-. Guiij'ciBasket can. ": -

:'comnieridatipn of hm own/party, but It .has 'dovriifail. Like, those,pyal .'exIles' of'ithe R.gl1itQde"o'' 'the claim as the who took.'possessibri: the and Model 'Cottage,, complete' the ,
'wrung ram'.many-'of his "tiblitfcal "adversathe Kossuth'"was the.chief-.'m gistrate' of '.: na- principles involved, we;. 'hive placed thp Patriot flag. The next day a tnd.ralsec1' of illustrations.vTrie' contributions the number ,Tb* Qrccr and I70nal!.on CorreltMif

the highest eulbgjnilfts.fYesJ Id n'Presi- tior.; but,.ttnli them,11 no ill-gdvernmciit n&rany ,hole: opinion!of 'Judge -in'our columns the"UnitedStates'troops- botb-iir and dence.
'!deut, bi4 J\dm n sttatiotf'is one of, the most other crime;has tarnished liis i reputation i ,, to-day. ..We,.think;that our readers, after from PoinP tert and 'thejiewly-constitnted I,are ampley" prose.__ .poetry; A series of:Ittrswhk .some time since
':glorious hich1' has5 ever"adorned the history and he is beloved and venerated'by'bis peo. examining the- opinion; will1 concur! Sn the Patriot government'' surrendered the town to APALACUICOLA f .CQIIMCRCIAI.- 'AnTximiA made their appearante'jnOtheNewYofk'Huaid

"of: this'coantry; 'w llt>e'looked! back' to pIe:.' They r '.eilsl v i1.'and their"chjef':jsxiled.by viewi; taken of'.it" by "us ,some weeks ago, Geri:, Matthews, 'as'agent of the UnitedStates -The.inte of J. L. Wymarr this hare:drawn forth mpeh' .speculation as

Iii\fter:ag.as a,moil el lor wise statesma'nshipand ;the:combiheJ, tyranny.and: fraud,of that itlJs: ,aclear.'and: forcible Btateme'nti' of .Government, Tne .Patriot flag.was pa.perhas'beii to their genuineness;
: jninlstratlye rectitude and justice. ihe.EmperorVof: ;Austria, and..probablylhe. .the injuries; for,which! the claimants seek'to theft struck and the: American flag run''up, : transfered :to: .Uriah .Nixon'., They purported to be

?Tbeyhi. party'of.thjs State sbpuld! ,' ,ind' I Fr nchC url\VQllld'not now,' even"with'Jits. be,:remunerated.'and :that;:the !grounds on iind'tb&'town'occnpie'd: 'by UnitedStatesregular It will hereafter published by Vils I-& addressed by'prominent men, of :tber'Loco-:

jfi ap'jy""ficelle"they, "dp, :rally; to; Us riew.ldeasXfyh''divine; ,F"Shl. '9 r kings," which: : interest, has been adjudged'aflfnblysustamed soldiers The Patriots, fc followed Nixon.; They have, hauled Cown.the Whig foco'party 'in .all parts ,of the. Union*; to

*'s'nppprt! and <|ver' ;hold! in :.grateful reniem'braru&lbai consider such honors dutoKossthasverepaid : ." : '1 / a to'short take distance possession by U.'OF'St."Augustine S.regulars, proceeded and colorsj; and the paper. ,will hereafter be/hentrai Messrs. Donaldson of Texas, and Greer of

: pnre'patriot'jvhoguideu.ussafejy } to "the and m bigotted!ryMonarcl"andis4ise.hearted brother: James./But; i [ ,.,'.We/presume.aJd3 the Intelligencer) that other towns: This horde'of barbarians and i in politics. : Iowa who figured, as members of a .pernU'nent
in thVaarWtss) .
: but othat'awfu1nigbt baS' ased."through"Vrhich an ."American1, Cabinet and a Republican' it.is.,the eminent ability of Judge,B.'. Opin- robbers,'acting' 'Infact' under the authority 'committee of correspondence appbmtrfby
country Just
; President jtbt to, and r' resume.,\v JI, receive i ionias; ,well as"'the magnitude: the claims of' 'the. U.::'S.. Government,'laid waste the Why are the'women of. China' like the the BaUfmore Convention,of 1843. 'Toecorrespondence

; and entertain 1 His 'Excellency, ;Lewis which'has" aUracted this notice' of whole province,'consuming' and destroying Whig party of Mississippi is the of'
::; ,following\ are the: ftntu'nents of Sena- ,, ;general' burnt Guv it upon subject noui.
o of j' ;' c .10 every thi g'%v thin. their,reach.: They up.
-tor..SOurltP.".'.regard.ip-,the position"of Kossuth, as than the whom rightful neilher Chief,Ciar.Magistrate nor Emperor the public! press; aod1.hayngg1anced throughthe the building drove' off the cattle destroyedthe Because contrary to their interest they fancy nating Sam Houston for the Presidency in

South.Carolina. They were promulgated in Hungary could, be more worthy of distinguished Opinion in .the columns. of.the Union, "rowing crops; and converted. pro- ,a very tmallfoot (Foote.) '52, which the -committee men deSire and

.a lateVpee'cli delivered by the Senator: ,"'andliuolishedinlhe'NewOrfeans i consideration. we are strongly,tempted'to place it i in our vince into' a wilderness. .. [Faroo Democrat. which their respondents,'even including Mr.

papers New-York city will entertain Kossutb own' for the gratification! our professionalaeadei's l *;So far as destruction of property was Why did the principles of the Whig par Joshua R.GIddings take, rather favorably.The .
"In regard to The position of South Carolina concerned'ys Judge Bronson, "the desolation '
cbe.i,being ..sovereign State, be had11Jhi"gl toria.quite as The regally Mayor,as they, Aldermen would Queen, Common Vic but\re preclude 1 by.its great length. J of the Carnatic by Hyder'AH was not ty of Mississippi affect a distinguished can 'afiair pronounced by those claiming to

t\do.itb.he .or.her acts; he had Council, Military, Fire Department, &C. &c., from doing so. ,).Vesubjoin, however, froma I more terrible and complete/1 didate in a late'canvass in that"State, lik'e a to be knowing' ones of the party,to be a hoax

no .mure right to ray what South Carolina will paradein' full strength. New York paper, a:biief analj'sis of- the The U. S. troops were finatJy'wltbdrawn Chinese shoe! and, tbe New York. Mirror. .charges It upon i'

.should Louisiana do, than South fchould Carolina do though-bad in to fay his Geoin's example starting a fund,to feed Opinion, which""will put ,,the, ,reader In'pos from the province i in 'May, 1813, and theCovernment"disavowed Because they pinched"him*. that prince of practical jokers, J"D. West-
what ; tbe acts of Gen.
heart. he,might,. under be''circumstances of the hats little,) Hungarians has been ,followed(and increase by Professor the sale se8lloOf'tbe points.diScussed', and! also pi Matthews, and appointed Gov.MitchelI. to Why did that candidate, iiv ,tbe canvass, cott ex. nator and now co-editor CBen-

consider her course rash still, be maintains, Anderson, the very gentlemanly and. .well- some reminiscences of. our history which restore back to'the authorities."Florida the act like the man who' could'nt answer the net's Herald The committee men have also

:.tor'-lionor and principles he admired'anc dressed successor of Hecate, the Wizard of will Interest' him" As for the particular'q places taken from them. In the%treaty of conundrum'1' since put /orth the regnlarcali' of tlTe

vindicated.- Tothe question as .to whether the North, and be is to give the fund a benefit stio .at', issue-that of allowing interest 1819 it was provided that tbe United States nominating convention, signed ,by members,
recommend the Southern States to satisfaction Because be "guv it "
be would to.morrO\v. reserving.. nothing for, his should make for these injuries.The up.
the claims shOuld think there could of the in all
on -we
party the States appended' to
recede .for-past grievances, he replied that pains'printirig, &c.: In'the meantime,a live chief part of:the argument of the Why ? '
under all the circumstances of the case, he Yankee, great in similar enterprises, Ossian hardly any difference of opinion on it,. Judge";is intended to'show.that just and adequate Because ,, which is the-name of Mr.Dyker of ,the Tallahassee

would BO* recommend'sece:on. In consideration E. Dodge, the vocalist/is astonishing the 'We are'' no lawyers hut we have ,some satisfaction requires the allowance of ,he was a Quit-man. Floridian. .Mr. D. denies aU, authority .

of what,the Union had done for us, Londoners by an' offer of $10.000.for the knowledge of the principles of equity', as ;Interest in these cases; not inteiest eo nomine, PENSION CEBTIJTICATCS AKD. LAND .- for this use of his name. or' knowledge
of its past glories and triumphs, he \wouk of the Crystal. Palace a single night after but as a measure of damages, for the loss '
use transactions between -m R.1HTs.-Tbe of the issue of such'card authority.
; they regulate! nand National Intelligencer states uby
decision the
say,'wait and see ,the final it shall bave been abandoned by the of the use of the property in question, '
:North towards usj for, ,peradventure, she W. orld'lS Fair. man; these recognise no right to the use The argument on this point .is able and that'during the month of S ptemberihe number .! :The Republic some',weeks "ago pob-

may1 jet make'-amends r for the past, by giving The Cattle Show opposite Madison Square of a person's property whether lands or conclusive.The of Certificates sent from tbe.Tlii, 1 Audi lished an extract from.a Texas paper, shew

ns a guaranty of justice.for the JutureUnder' exhibits among other things a fine Hungarian money, without the allowance' of interest District Attorney frayed an appeal, tor's to the Pens on Office was 9,657.: From lug that Mr. Donaldson,was, not exactly aman
the Union vre have gfpwn a great bull. Some of the sheep and swine are until the is which lie will prosecute j \ allows it '
principal paid, and Governments the Pension Office during the same month, of straw, and that he was cot totally
Our kuPwn andthe Government should instruct him.
and migtoy people. dag was J so
throughout;..the earth. Consequently. we worth The-looking journeyman at. tailors ,are "spotting"J should holJ themselves equally .bound_ The.Government may.now pay the money 6,135 warra ts'.were issued,'making'i in all, innocent of any wir ..-workirig! reference-

should ponder much and long before determining hose,who .work at under-pfices, and go soar I indeed bound by : 'her sanctions- deal or await the result' of an appeal to the Su up to the 2d instant, 45,711. '?-Less than.. the tothePesdeney.. ..Tbe Boston.'Atlas. expresses -

,to exercise the right of secession.1' as to stop women in the street.and comel fairly, especially lowardslbe subjects rf for preme Court, The claimants arc undoubtedly usual number of warrants were issued. during .' the belief that;the Donaldson !euei-
; in all
"LTXCIIflG,"almost readers'know, was > them to take their work home again.Fennsylranla .- eign Powers. I !t'enetsTOf, this equitynd.and, previous justice decisions, to The'in .the past month,. by' reason of a portion was'a hoax, but says,'"The letters of Mr

the term applied; in, some back States,of Klectlon.Gov. jheir favor.jBSylVe. of the force of the Bureau haying been employed U.Uett'Ritehieand the hosts: of others, ,
America to the. infliction of; capita}' punishments : FROM THEJOURNAL, OF.COMMERCJC.: '_ _. in .and 'is that.**,
Johnson carried in closing up .performing 'other genuineThere no getting over
Pennsylvania DECISION OF HON. I. H. haNSON, Judgeof *
'mob. This
has f'lhe.m.ofth:been far naturalized J:1MJi.in San 1848 by 267 majority, and a little later in the District Court of the United States for refer Pur 'business readers' to, work, consequent on'tbe'change. of the chief 'Sever* JBtarm th."Z".A :.'

eht Francisco now as'to supeisede so for the moment the year, General ,Taylor got a majority of the Northern District of Florida J in the matter cards,of, ,l\feS5rs;::, M... iitJOre & Co., and! clerkship.Qarrtrnorbtf; terribly disastrons -slonn visited tie
13,544 votes. Governor Johnson is now, of the claim of Ferreira &c. vt. the Messrs. Boston &Gunby, Commission Merchants < I
the 'Admio istr 1ioo of the law.-: .
ordinary of from Ten to of coast.of Nova Scotia. and, .the Gulf of St.
London'Timei. I 1851, defeated by majority United States under the 9t/ifiideofthe Florida Savannah These gentlemen Pare XIlMlJeSersbn $ lppl. ; "
tLykchinp," u most readers know. is n tan Twenty Thousand.The Treaty, delivered August 30th, 1851. in "all. -''- *Davis has.not;declined jbe! nomination Lawrence about the first of-this month. A
capable 'giving: everysa.tisaction!
original:idea with the United StatesWe causes of this! prodigious change are We have just received a pamphlet; of 31 or Secesslonlsi' 'forjGo vernorvofMississippi ( letter, from Pictoa,stated there were 150 vessels -
easily seen,-and any body can read ..them pages, with the above title. Thejsubject- cases of consignments to' their respective
borrowed that 'cu'Stomfrom GrealBritain.' ; : Gen'Foote' have ashore A number of btdies have also
ith other jov., .Johnson, oil accepting his renomina- matter has been long before:Congress and houses and in ,all .other, business, transac 'Both he and .
an1t.einsothy bad pnesl Most readers\\ many) nv"' the ti:ion for Governor, chose to make a speech the Departmepts, the Courts and the pubic.!! tions.' resigned their Senatorial seats, and,the Governor floated ashore,.one man with. ahoy'_lashed

old very Scotch'couplet-r-! ; against one of the Compromise( Bills, and to Certain claims on:the United States arose will- appoint no one to fill the..vacancies. -, to his back. The most intense excitement

".. hang, then draw array himself against that series of measuresas under'the 9th article of the Florida Treaty A letter addressed to us" 'dated Manatee prevailed' all the fishing towns, as': all are

./'First/And try.the"cause.by Lydford.1a\Y.*?, a final settlement of agitation. He.then, of the 22d February, 18L9, and under the Fla., Oct 21, says : '* ,. uncertain whether their friend'are :dead 'or
J'aU : and there, committed a political suicide,. acts of Congress ol 31 March, 1823, and ,:. ,Jltalth.or.Uearjr Clay.",' *> .
taught the..world and the "The
Lydford of andthim. and no Whig Party coul4 'sac him. 25th June, 1824, intended to carry the 'article United States 'steamer General The, Lou vill, Courier saystbaiHOn.IIenryClay's : living. From Newbnryport and vicinity 70
rest thaind"hoito"bangs ,
afterwards." man the Again, Gov..Johnston has chosen' yip- 'into eflect. All! the claims presented under Taylor put into our river on the 19th, in vessels! were out The wife ol.tbe.Captain
: tVe.trace :back late and leading Whig principal."re thoe acts ( the Supreme Court of Florida distress having health is'imnroving, and thereis ,
pract.jceO"LYDchlOg.1hereror tolour English a great encountered a severe wind of the schri Martha,upon hearing a rumor
the State .Legis.lalure have' been 'adjudicated The .Court : no reason for:supposing he will not be atWashington
_auceslors, along with the.:, Slave::Trade, specting v.eto po'erTbe: on tbe the night of the::16th,'"bicl' carried that'her h sba d's vessel 'was lost ,with'all
awarded 'sum claimed
the'State'L wwhich.iorbid
repealed : tbeprio'cival on. ac- at the organization of Congress.His .
and i.t!not..'to','.any*- of the-' Attack! States.of Ameri-. the'use of the State gaols! .tp'; the Federal cpa.lit' of Pr.opertYlos'.; in addition thereto, away her smoke' pipe,.and otherwise injured own opinion,,:is that' ewil1"" enjoy. as on b board, committed. ,suicide! leaving a largo- '
'" .1. Government, when in the "execution.of Federal : interest( or damages for deprivation of its the." Se1. Her very efficient engineers, by family of young children;' .

.}GoTlZo; ('MaryJ nJ, has written a Laws. Gov;Johnston'instead' of:.sign: use.' The .Government has paid the princi their)indefatigable_ .exertions. during the day, good health. at Washington as at home. The schr.Trave: had been towed..
letter to in ing toe repeal,-as Whigs: ,are.. pledged by pal. but has so withheld the interest. '" far 1- the Judge Cor tit.. '
a gentleman Philadelphia stating constitutional The "case (yesterday r),so repaired ,damage as to SL,John's. all l bands supposed to be lost.
their to do,wben'no .now'jdecSded. i is.an original one, stoia'tbat
that Pennsylvania, inregard, to the Christiana principal is involved, pocketed,:Gen. Jackson and is the first case' of the .son that has been get under way this morning Capt. Tatnall, The Ne\ ryp Herald, says i' '
Bill and keeps the brought befoie the United Stales District commander bfj the Navy Yard al Pensacola term of the U. S. District Court commenced vessels Belonging
riots,7,will restore fult: confidence i id the fashion, the Repeal ,- "There are sixty-five;fishing
justice'and.patriotism of Pennsylvania. Bill in his pocket yet. Court to which unfinished business f was Onboard on_his way to Washington.He .. on' the 15th.. 'Judge Curtis, successor to to this place*in and around the Bay

'. .1'- : r The'gallant Whigs of Pennsylvania have the Territorial Court was transl rred. The seems excellent health and is, as ever Hon...Levi:Woodbury, took his..seat npon manned .by;.about 725 ?men.' Tfiere..art
.-8ixarLticm or Hu.cll\c.-Ao infant dared everything to sustain, candidate \vitb'sucb decision involves not only the sum claimed ; the bench :.Some appropriate remarks about 150 front'other towns in this State,
child of Mrs. Dean, of Ni,. 334 Spring a'mountain on'. his back-but 'the by.the 'plaintiff but,the: right of :other parties in fine spirits.11We r ,- District \'t ere and the uncertaintyattending ibis calamity
carried him down and.they have 'to Interest as' of their awards. made on the occasion, by the Attorney -
.gtreet,, was .accidentally hung yesterday. mount apart are happy to see that theWuio,1 "fJ.OJtIDA causes intense anxiety.in thousands of ram-
'The mother, it appears, having occasion' to temporarily gone with him.-N. Y. Express. Judge'Bronson remarks that:his' previous and Judge Sprague which .Judge .ilies.n, .. .
leave Jhe mom placed the child on a bed, awards as Judge'of-the Territorial Court, published fit Msrianna. Jackson eo., Curtis replied 'very" ,hand .fIT' Resolu! A telegraphic-dispatch from Halifax lays

.fro'D wbib. it fell with his bead betweenit The Election' 'In Oreenvllle.'This' for interest, in these cases;; amount to half a after an interval' of'several' months:,' has ion'S'com'memor; tive. of,' the'worth .and services ifiar 50 bodieibave been okea bat of the-
wo hjgh.pofcUpf; a, cradle standing near. 'little mountain 'District million of dollars; and he states this asa again made' its ,appearan. .' Tne 'editor # '
glorious" of the late
: .JudgeVoodbory .were holds of I and
vessels that the
at the' of : gale com
Jn this manofcr U was strangled.and, when 'redeemed, regenerated aiid disenthralled reason forgiving leogth grounds ysJhe suspensonbubeencaused by the \
the JPother..returned. the, cUild ,was quite glands the madness and folly f secession. the allowances.! : He 'and hispredecessor, read'and, ordered to be entered on:,>the 're m nec1 on the afternoon'of the 3d ,ana, con '
from printer maliciously of '
carrying a
lifeles-N. Y.Pcst. Judge Reid, in the Territorial l CourtS; had'ni away part cords. tinued the of
She has given,amajority! of twelve l :hundred the '* until night the 5th.
formly allowed interest,, intendiogritasacomponentpant' : press. .
'. ixt.two votes tne separate secession ,
'AKOTHER' TRICMSU.:The London Morning and of South Carolina.against" The }secessionists of the amount, of damages. ,The Whig' contains the following item: Cuba* :Capt.'Ellis,'who,arrived at New York on

Chronicle praises some.Brussels carpets have been defeated, horse, foot and dragoons .awarded in each case.'the'' '- "Three"Indians" made'their' appearance in The Paris 'correspondent of the* :London the 7th inst. from Havana states authoritatively -

exhibited at the Fair, aud which.were woven at every precinct in.the Distnict:8ave: the Tbepresent Government was the first United case State in'' which town'on.Tuesday,last".and. for the'time, being Times, under. date 'the 1st i inst*says .li ersromMadri4'8peak that alfthe prisoners wjll be liberated,
rICIOm of ; "as
al .the manufactory world created Excitement '
upon pow anil throughout the quite an ; Though
Mrt Bigelovvj tbe in?eniOrt in Ma'ssschusetts.The ; one the mountains.have.been Jnvery age the borne and re' weU as.'the (claimant was' represented by apparently! 'a friendly tribe;.their, beljige-' ( in terms of great content on condition that the aulhoriGesof New Orleans

;Chronicle('sam "although various attempts flIge'oUibe,1y." They: ever:will: be in Green counsel before Judge Bronson, aud in'wpicb i rant! aspects and terrible accoutrements oflong at the'measures adopted by Engian'd;throngh remunerate the Spaniards o(that city,

have.been, made to adopt the pow r ville. Greenville, (S.. C) .Patriot.ffTr .: this question of)interest was fully 'discussed. knives, ,tomahawks .and:battle-axes,' Lord.Palm erstbnt> secure the island of Cuba"agaInst'a for their losses in the late riots. InteUigeatLoulsanians
;Eugfand there is i. *.j The' reslilt5, that the;Judge awarded the
J loom to carpe'ljveavinj; seemed breathe forth but fre'sh
inythiig a spirit piratical
attempt .but the
riot we believeat] this moment any machinery principal of the sum claimed, and altto inter ; now at New York say this will
S--lL,, of pea'ie-and amity. One fact noticed
LfJected;% 'J.that'objectOur.American: that rniLADEUHiA candidate" e.LfcCTiuj,excepting> the Coroner appears, est on.the same, of five per,cent. from I 10th in connection 'with their :Visiti' that we is/although writer adds Z' that ,these instruction? .to e..4onc. Cap.,Ellis ha command of ,i

iycOirea:hftVejbtreforiJ 'Rallied another step on the every Democratic city and county ticket. has May 1813, when the loss occurred, till 26th by '.' (devptional, they were the English,nav l force h in,the West4 Indies company,of infantry,.and ,was of ,tha',nnm-
jihead jutaidl av' wan another laurel June;1835, the period 'fixed by law,for fil- "
; defeated, the Pcnntylvanian by evidently i ngthe.4ipjril t.lan cannot nor onght tobe considered as India.determInation'omt her .
U-Coote5tcd.ficl4 of the industrial been ; says ". ; : .condemned to be:shot, but & proclamation
D'w IngclaimL.JudgeBronson. : Xv *
; combination between he tiye '
tbe close Whigs l' of the"-
,. ., gives'a' 1 laddnnd interest' .a part England.b arrived just in time to, save him. H.
_.1_ \' ,"M. '. and Native. ,., : .;.In.iCplumbia! i county! we, learnthatGergeS. '
<' log -hietory of ihe remarkable'1;'transactions (sequre.Cuba, to Spain; |in case ;the that he much kindness
? : reports experienced
WA .
:. Herbert la i re-elected t
j.; Judge of.
.iijiDjtooirnr.Tt: which led' 'the
for is
LEANS.'b to, : which
;iIIZ & v The Grand Jury of-tho.: Circuit Court',of injuries! tbe > question, now one oi.piracy,should and attention from both thftBiitishykeCoiisul -
.Ene Railroad beginning claimants are to be remunerated( and,in the A. JJ: ';Wright Sberifiand. 'Tax "Assessor, '
rcomjilelion"bf the of, js.baye-r.etufned ; 7 assume a national character-in other words. -and the American Cons "uI tbit-hft.
;'tobe ellin, iu.diversioq of a large portion of whole bistory.efthiscOuetry, there is not a and S. Scarborough Clerk. ; ,
New York, thirty-seven true bills against the Christianarioters. which-is it. / .oe; u .against*ggress prj| n'"the part of was released through the nterpositoecffrieiidsin'NewTO1eais.
.,the- traVelt between, and New .Eachinjlktment.contahis seven. chapter more disgraceful to ,The ,In Jackson.coanty T.IL'Pittman has been ,
jQrUans,'to.the inlaud routeviaObio4.rhc ; I origin of the affaIr is thus stated"Fbr,8ome :' the American gpyernment>|"a,
; .' _
: .. elected of f' i .* .
counts. i <, Judge James Griffin'Sherifl -' "
.fare from.Kew Ytirk Cincinnati via will be "
.Erie-, ,Railroad is $16,50;, .tIme '42. ,hours..the:I' 1. ." 1 "TnAUIORJC.to ; ': ;-,%? :time. previous'/"l3l2, the ;.Dr.; S: C.: 'Bejiamy.J( Cleri;,and: .CalvrnStephens There! no but aggression that by the American TBC Kosscra FDHD-Tb Mayor of New
Cincinnati to :REcEPTioN ot.KOUVTJU ; .- United States bad,, looked to the.acquisition government; governmentwill, '
From New'Orleans by first L. R.Breiuach, .;bf New.York inform- of Prqyinces of, East arid: Wesf Tax AsS s.sor.t .'- -. '. as'indcaledbjr;'the York received telegraphic: despatch froai
class boat, from $3 to $30, accocdi. to eeq Florida -' '. > < .1 i AVashingtph 'Republic, '
x season c j -r ; i 1 i i i i i y :
of.businessestatVpf river;&c:, The avezage The Mayor of Baltimore has Written a letter' as the only,probable mneans'of obtaloinginy.: .,< jpIeopAlVUluipofFlprlav*. i see fair play to the people of the.island, if ever Cincinnati; InformJi&4bini that J. Smead,

price at this'! l tfme Is $t5, and will' so,refmSnVutil ihg bim that suitable'preparations.,are making )ndeninityIroni SPIUPt Jot .tho .}rge luna 'The: oilo WDg1{ : ti e.l appeared, Jn.i theAugusta'Constitutionaiiat !they give. clear'.demonstrations of a :wish Esq of that ,city had contributed: $1,000
tbe i t sbe.admittea
therefor, oLKossuthj which : '
laic an' 'the "winter. "Present to.jatfareJrthn.cu4'prk reception on Bedu5vfrbm.Jieri7ortpyliationsanddepreJatiohs t to the Kossuth fund. 'Professor ,Anderson
L of the 14th inst. :and ultimate to throw
frOmNewYon] ability off monarchical
his to Washington. '
(to;;Ne'vy';Orleans"by A journey will soon .called t and he :of'upon,commerce, ::1 e R'v.'Dr. Rutledge "elect-: : rule.' also'gave the,entire 'receipts of ba. of his
Toai/tl.t3l'SOi;. The' prictf of : mass,meeting be cpm'- Jor.J suppression! the right of ilepositeatT'New' -. : Bishop *for .
by pceari.roiJj in steamer; or packet passage)hip; is plele, the,:.arrangement' 'for,weleulJsngt.theKre Orleans! : 'Besidesth. too,' th'e; dfpcese"qf 1 ':FJpridai ivill, by.the"":divine., .' ,. concerts for the sanie purpose, and occupwd

Qi1 1 to 1 'lar' making themniand t Hungarian in a mannerworthy' 'of.the': the gt6graphicar position! ; of ;:the "FloWdas nermissioni'te' Wrfwcra,. wito '.the sacred or. !i, v ....MlMoart.'J :. Triplet Hall in order to accommodate&bust
/oulejhfr'Cheapest by* about. $18. From i City and of iti illustrpus! yisit9r. i: was;such' that theirppSseeiQfl; bad become der of Bishops- Wednesday, October 15, The first popilar'elecioi', audience,
4lbi& bowiferi liould be deducted something ."* t.-.., : .- ; :,. a matter..oJ thefltst ;JmJi ran to the ejf 'inSt.PaUl'chiireb; ., Augusta; Divine service -forejudges: :i in i ,- -

fore;tl charges;'fay, .ss, -.leavinga.to1aliof' |! Some ,unususi)' Jmnortations/have, been: ,y.of.J: JJnitedtate8abd; tb .P tbitity will' Commence at half:'past t'V10 o'clock that State tdokrplace ootjhe first, Monday i in NOT "",'RtspiCTAHx." The Detroit. Ad

; $13 in: n-ibneyi together 'with thiaiodance lately made into'IxjnJon. .A' vessel from; of;ibeit' passlPK ntoth6bands, t GreatBr- A' M. Bisb6p-Elliottitogether with':Bish A gutt.; ttRiA"3ambl; (Wbigry: .Scot vertiser gives a brief. history of]the'.,mea.in.

I 'jof.,asrckneu: arid.ihd ppp'orta-' Afexundria brou t."fifty: eases'..ofeggs..' tam, or-any other.rorelg f.owe'i'w&4.Jqok' 6p Gadsdenj,:of'S.>',C. and.Bishop Cohbs,.of (Ani- ntonjand' --J.-'F Ryland,.:(Bentoa dieted for the .

)inity. ?'bf pissingtbtough'maiiy! .of{(*tbe.fineiithiCtbcouptr1 f One from"New.:york'brought: twenty barrels ed.to Vritlij! great :'jealousy and ditstin'd: i Alabama'wilt be .present. ,''.and'-take'part.n> map,)f were eleclemi l ,Supreme'Judges,: : a conspiracy in destroying pwpcrtyof
Time 7 to 9 .da1' pfeWer.thi produce of the United States; as aeaaurendangering tbe broBperity and tha'solsmii office:. 1 .. .' ;and. perilling the,Ji c'or pusangene
"" -' another arrived from noth r1 itYl withuooopackag best zntereto( tb jfepQbij:. tJ: iSjrief ithat jre4ean 'by; '';'Toi the .railroad.They',hate
\-N:' Stin. ui and: : / I'11i :; a prarap''" : iA. else of' b on Michigan,
J.. I'h' ., t. i batter apportion of her : :These ircmnlancesIc4 t .t'p i mge ; i outrage, i IttiflgtuangbttheugitIesave'.lawontequa1ie
'' ';' '" : of as r the Tallahassee! .Sentinelihat l <'Pr. Rutledge been all along reported as'"very..respec tU
'' .' This is the. largestimnpcirtation.-of of the joint/esolutioh secret wt of Con. ( : :t by: the
li"b;:tqpi11) K'i;) 1 t cargo; : : "
duly consecrated citizens and surprise has keen
( There :
was evtry-
gnfnjof .tbe i5t\7anuary; 8ui : ar threeBhoi4oawaiung great
bfind that which took ,batter which. has,taken place from; the ( | (y ilJe,Sti t. treason at Chriatitn'a occurred"torae'Areeksjiin
the ID: city, ; "
asylom at Large; vol. 3/pages4n 4nll 41 )rbj.the .onsecratt::preilbt where expressed that suchwifesfee!eitj:
,.- ; :
ted State aiSvraeaieNtw
..1".. latter of which.tbe Mia
J :'-f -<*'** '+ Pfendenlwas aijthorized : p.tJolN ri i izinssuluibejngadin ta
;; It,was"irecied.byitbetatB, at 4 K l."fY q'ktWiUj& tj o r, 1D.j; aid. i ,hitcltnsqf whom' SrIp

"'Miieipinw..Al ."!?ooj ''fW/MXV> fi>4fcitjliwarante. : i'Mr.'OU.'K; La&# ajprinter i. hi!th''of.flee .' tot any tale/possessjorjrbf afrng'ement has.bee'il,1 .>,1J oridii"iall.bft"inadewitU ,firr case ,.Whitehoueo1lflnajs; 1 !one;;wat tht It.jor'Q' SyrteuM aided!Ii crime. The', Advertiser wishes ;h, ender -
"\ho dJtI. ., ,Y-.41c ol:the' '-Capita! CityTractM :Columbus; r( \ : I : an stood that.the "respectable itheno1 .Mi ,
1r'J iI-tr:_ ; i.'..J /1, ', '"I. :9 9 iohas'bythejre; ; ; nt 1i iscoyeryofHftwilliexeeuiM ;; ,''for the local amhorUypf.the &d of, .TerliJ ili I <'Jl!pagraphJn-tbe'ksotyli! )!)Fiori t I attack' 'upoabi: CoramUAJonir's 'office,'and cb1gk rd,. eomnpo4 t"ni ucsiscathatthuuspretors'areoiia
'delivering' tho !
possession same, I ,
da !ttt theliberattoit : r'thiilm < '
<1tie 9f' 'a1ntbaYprote4s4 some forty years iinee.5becom th.reof-jfl UHB'UuiJea States I ) Rephicsn1 mel1tloDlDg'the IppotDtcteni :pf .!Thi Utter La1 11
,'1&fIst f jmentOf.'tbi!arard. ma4fly. tided'to ib.tee. after/i life estate; oCJano'ed onypat the'; & ;ot 1 bfA, 1mtt: d. q aen't:.o'ltbeStai. I $CsL.' ,"..Tb.,.. moat'. idiri., ,
.1" "J It.qL 1Y. ..te.lJp 9OCCUpy4siilFerrloTy 'w... ...,.. ,.P proveront -eoond1aetoc =Ir'
St r iii'jthe Cbe.rojceeSr1fttil'de4f OhiO |assacbusettsf; theMtimated.falae ] ,
iJ )t' te' l dM-lenJerf a11o pf, 1Y i& 4n r I ,,Q.Any pr '1fvP1bypX; ;: J3 p t ofiia'lib i' pJecl'f tb"'tb, ,
)t. forjers
Drenae"r\be of.v$76,00a orlJOp.OOflff1
1 oreg'Goernllt.'L! ,. ., '. 1i 't: tr'iedit if t 'be.t l'ct. I tlcii.i'I. t ':tl t' '. h&n beeibt4 f'
? ofJodtoiJ-'a4 irs: they' aHegei8tf |W'i Vi'i I i'"i '! f .f to: J. J' ftM ** ** ** V ., ty wenlttnchaJmed .hlltw.\i .f: E
'"And:4i4ir1wt;oi Ute.LF')." ea..re,been; add told \Valeiy: for miwipijer an4er4hii act, went ,into.(the"jpirplflW i :vtt tf '."! ; : t' .:., !'t.\AlII', ', ; "" ftotlO.>;,; il. "iI."'- .fe -- ;Th''Pic'l dent has issued ode*to 1* iiI
;air! )u" .t.- r' : .,t'f'tII :, tbe"purpose', finding iondrt4: >W'thejeXfpeoset : t Y t 'j u !.(oi 'M y---!, O\1t : !t flss S 1iie W& "J te'Mr: wieQC'tu..marri 'I .- fi-'T.' A-r.w..s. l ;' ry coBHsanderson,tfe ;:.froaiier: '

.k3ldmaid i jI'T ri it: t... of/a ioarrtey to and from London 19 mentM'g a rebelI J Miip t f. oJQtO! t't order. d". ti tbe1 J> iQstUt. .t 'th."r) : ." I'"Itji.dieUedjihit the'-C;;_.P ""i, any invasion of Mexicoft.t .

5t'. like another af hije) )bere' i life iee'lbaGreaJExhibitionJnsome1! : : CAMi. create a:'YoeoJ i,uA/3r>(yithai would surrender \ denQfber.Jathr-t to"UI"ure.'to, cor. bid fflolithi4Thft; tHe ia tq.be rnwied by xens, 'ba V "ay* tb*' InuHigeftum.JI1ir j ?--

jhere ;is hone. "W. even beds hare been disposed off ,#.. the prbvince'to'. : Uc'itcd'StateV.. P !Hunt.. .. -;'< ''r. four t loeV.bf j'rsulte-' t ..-a 1-- e;;: vices show that bat few sts'uped rn Vr\

> ,..'.--. ,.. ..".._-. -,. ... .,.".'. ..Jtw'" ,'..'i1,- :#.' '1i-"i., ...,. ,_' ., ,. ..".1' ,: _:. I
.At. .. J
" "' .5._.>.,._ ".y.__ "" .J" 'r .. ,

if"I U :wffl flftt'i=t iit 1, The -;-o- hlettmh I..y..1. '.. ) /'J < .
appear*, ; '9o .. "' ..tr;. t.,1j '- -. li'. C.mi7s =
ttkis wuntryfter 11. :He scnt'm )101 IwDsofcotnon: hand, eCum tea .at-:the t"ci'. :iloY". ftft.it : -.JifaItaoII' ef'
diflerent i CO'IroR.j F AcasM. '**' .. .. AeavticvOptief,.]
-> : : 'ActBlEri
' '; that h"e WaUL''y itSotb&1nPtD tmb-lrcasuriesTfrom: : :ctistoms iand '';r.. S Sgaaadz t .
Iran .Marsefllt \ 01 'CIftWe
fllHE'sUBSCRiBEa reipocif.iayI fonns tba ; J
WiCfl' ,. f.o--tr-- 7* "f .; zAN D .. f,;...jli ;I3Ibef& ) m sworn t..IS ClmoV 1'icQal.3MLb6mlsipiV1i
** *\Iaia H
Leompte4s4prepszedfoxthersoeption fan1. -irfll lie *8
> : imbEs -S.- --' :
ask an1 asylum 't
and -
; 974w
England cExEnALvoMMISIo' ME1tcflATsst : :
,, eons;V.ak EtactrteJw *< GairuOot wVs.'
At-Trea'j.-WasliiDgtod. :$ 69'O OO : of Board' h.ItS ;
6 aep1 ter; .d1foi00.
torlus be to .' tN' : Magnetism.'Magt te-tJ; >
cLUdren Ihtre ivlule proceeded
ctricity. Elaftrt7aPHILOSOPHICAL
Sab-Treasury/Boston; 1 "1I'1Jm. ersby tha Jbst iday< nriHE-d nm
;00,000 .
'- eD .thrt'InleriiWd art An'lf:, ni'
five hundred feet front,with piatzafia front .
the United States., He landed at Marseille *; .-?/ *-,- r.New-York. r : S.4NNAuOAic- JL of this .
--v : 3.600.0004 > : and'rear,making it u eomfortabla.as. any House hereby notified of&be commencement JJ.L .et !
tod.took&a rTe pi 4he, ciybnt1 pennls- Philadelphia\ il.,300.000 jjOHK'Bos'wjroaar;;H. Gun; *.: in the South and will be able to aaeommodate suit by Attaehmeat returnabH to the next Term Aa&roo4..Tb.if *. .

I" Charleston 'i '250,000 Pcto1ier.aOI85L 4AMMQOREo'o.' ;over one hundred and fifty pen' Ha;would or said Court, and are hereby required to appear mo.E2.ctzeItycbesryS .'fii i-
given him : (
mOB eookl i set be .to proceed 44 N wOrIezns750,000 '" 'say mora particularly to those visiting the :South and plead So the declaration filed therein"according APPAH*TftT:>

through without ad rices i the beaefit of climate to I&.. a6MrrHP'BRD3N.. g ;
\territory '*' Louis Ei- for bealUuaod oar deCgbtfnl Th Cotimli* r.'w i1iflOhiZ
: 220,000 July 23 1851 aug.Y&u.,
baa had to their comfort .
b* an eye especial ;and :
Apparstuv'ihat fsraishatapate
fz Paris.. despatch, w forwarded l>y -u BaWmore110,000 I .t. .;# :,0 EKE R AJi has tsada arrangements to make all who may XM Uxa m nUliUutratioaiaa&taadiireatbfaehtt expert-af

bat of the line being -M-- '4Norfulk200,000 : give him eaJl comfortable and well eared for:; S Krttrn' Circuit C*art ot Vlotttx
JtSegrapht a large portion COMMISSION. .:MERCHANTS AND : c..aIT"DtwIlJ.'f' .Natural k'b11cwphy.The ma.of tkre*.Ban4
His table will be under the of
Mint Philadelphia : luperinteadanee dollars hag boea expended i ibis
the telegraph,Kossulh did not 5,680,000 -4 .P.4..C TO'R :: Robert Hibershim Son iJEVUUosi(for. Foi&l'etitiODClli' recently ;partiy
jnere *
: *. NewOrleans4io0.0o0 ; MBS a lady'of much experience. by S S country,-and party to Laadaa sad iwi.tMsb.
but toward Soothiaoipton. uie whose-aid ha tatters himself he shall not ba outrivifled | closure ofMori of MW. ads ,
avail the delay proceeded Bra ch Ml t "* ', ( 1! *" '" pwhaaa apparatus* t c..
,10,000 \ by any House in the South. And in view S vs. V gaga oa PBTTWH, ant advanced ti"or the 1! cat '
., In Marseilles h.cry, of'e people J\1t other, places; ,86.000 : i9&r; of this fact the subscriber has determined. that Jaeot.Cole teaduii, J'.property.. -" .' -'J\-'.''i rhmUn. ._,
his exertionrtb merit the patronage which shall ,WT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court $4.
the exile q
who sepicf the was draft ;}m.MOOK; ,N. MUws. be bestow upon him,,shall bo without regard to ..,. that she said.defendant',resides without the S Al tha close of each study,or braaeVo l4r"
-ViTe Kossnth!" Tnt la Republic." subject to :. $15,746,000. ,- Oct.C3, 1851._ tf. toil or expense.COTheTaHaliasseB.. State of Florida,to wit,.the State of CaBforuia. the members of tha elanraw eareraBr e' '

Thereto on motion oIL Mc bertBak.r. and at,daaa'of the year;la aB1b.r
is at this .
'Ittpptarf accordiug 'to, the Washington7deahvays JJ IL' AKOBMEST. ; Joseph Bakery; M.D. ;IlPRACT1T1QNERbF House. :Stage_ Agency S ''." ,Esq.IT,Attorney for the petitioners '- the yaariiacUM pteaaoea of a.Comciiite..f- UM
; ? IS ORDERED,that tha Rid defendant Xroteos;and their attainments ares ma.
well Tested for a paper 'The Northern Mail arrives between the'hours of 'MEDICINE; MID SAMUEL'BUFFINGTON" appear and answer tha, said..petition ,within(the ted to tha Board of Trasteej. *-

WIFERY AND SUfiGERY.: S pt. is, 18St-6m.. ., ,. .PHOPKIETOKI. tuna prescribed by law;or thaijedgement by'd*
cot claiming' to' be ''an. rgan"-that'' the lt>A.M-,and 4 P.M..on Sundays and Wednesdays -. fault .BEuGt011S "oonwtdit'r.J.a
will .
,and will be closed hereafter on Monday. and Office on fa corner of SJartet end :Fon-jtl' against him ,
Consulship Havana has not been filled by Thursday atght at 9 o'doefc. ,. It is further ord.redthitacopy of/ this order dit.toJ. 7.erBbilail"e i pray
f&treett, epjxaiit, CoiarfBouv.l : Notice. be published soma In It. divine U held twice 1
published worship
The Southern and Western Mails art due on newspaper this an.r.? ...
the appointment of;?Ir. Langdon-although and o'clock.- JACESOKTILLE' FLA. SIX MOKTHS after data 1 wIll present my ac- Crcui&onc.every two weeks for fasnrsaonths.months and the raeitatioa n Moadalaornfej always
Tuesday Friday morni&gs yl
himself and another gentleman from the The Southern Mail (by, Steamboat).will be Cct.l--".- ,, '' .. : as the Administrator on the Estate of *. THO. DOUGLAS Jadga.&e. la the GnekTasUment AI the re aart.<. kia
?: ..
Joshua HogAns deceased, to the Hoa. of S 1 3 "--4m." 7..
: Jacksonville 1351r
Judge parent or
closed hereafter at. U o'clockA. >T., and the August .. guardian,a student.Is permiuad to.at
'South are very favorably regarded in convection v Probate for Colombia county, and ask for a final .d tend any piece of worship whish abasaK. ac'tW
Western (by Stage) at 3 o'clock P.M.,011. Sundays Boarding.rr settlement and'allowance of tht'same, and of my In the'Basten, Circuit Court .r Colasa* parent w guardiAit,mar,elaet. > .*ar e *
wilh the _
Tacahcy. and Wednesdays. SUBSRIBER prepared aeeommo- discharge, from the administration said estate. baa County the Faculty wiU attend at aana v. fch The Post Office will be open on Sunday M. .date a number of BoArders ESThER HOGANS ': IN placet of.wonbimv(Presbyterian,. EpiseoaaUaa.
at 1.Teeently CHANCERY.sb -
HOUR after the arrival and ; .
Late accounts from the seat of revolutionIn only one assorting erected residence in the Northwest part.of the S .- Administrator. Edwards S I and MetboOut.l |n tha.vjlige, and note all absaa-
Mail. > .
the Northern *
of ? --* -- STwost'kaatit AS.
' Northern Mexico state that Caravajal Octoberlst 1851. town, the location of which'is known to be highly AliigtorOct.2,185L< ,6m.. S J;v*.. -*-::' S HOI for Divorce.:, tees. -
iaADrable to health and comfort from its elevation Mose.0. Edwards.>,*,"" thai'tciqiAE ci#

was within a few miles' of Matamoras, with The HOUSE just completed; the sleeping and ,JacksouvllleTcui. .., le Institute. TTT appearing to ,tha! satisfaction,- f.,thk Court, (alll/ &;will read UK the.C Uexa buildtog as4
Mexicans and 500 Americans. ARRIVALS BUPFIKGTOJT HOUSE.,* other apartments being spacious and well finished Jl that the nercmdant.M..G.Edwards resi&s will board.at a eomiaoa.Ubl, with the mediate,
[Coi. S.'BtirncaToN, Pr prietoi.:;} '* &I it respects plastering,_&e. V-t *. S MISS"P. SWART DsT VCT UUs. beyond the limit of tha? tte Florida;* who are required to occupy such eugene a4 ma/. ka
The President has issued a proclamation The furniture of the House is also assigned them"by the frciltyV'H.w us
entirely On
Oct 21,M E Howell,Madison Fla; GtD Hop. news. ; 5-- motion of Solicitor for Complainant U
citizens from ,invading being just received from New York. ordered, that the said Defendant ADMISSION.. n' .
forewangAtherican kins fly: John L Weigh, S C. 1VHEiuereisesof. 1nst1tut1onwfll ba'reJL appear; plead, S
Arrangement have been made to supply the ta sumed THE, FIRST- MONllAYINOCTOBER. answer,or dema-,to the aaid Bill within three InordevtvadiaisskM Utmtiaetaa utlr
22, A J M.il1eri.Mill Miller Madison Fla T O : on omt.
Mexico, and that by so doing they forfeit Long, Fla; C F Buffington lrnedgei1IGs. ble with ample and excellent fare; and good servants The course of, Instruction in"this (3) months,or the same will be taken as confessed. a student must ba'at least teurt
the protection of the government. TheProclamation 23, Doct P King. Ala; -Ii B Lewis do; M.C fort of have rnestsl been.employed- to. attend- tacthe, com school is designed to be thorough systemaUeand And that a opy.or.Llata order,be ,published in 1 must Jbe satisfactory eridama-of.'coed;aeeJ
Forgtuon, do:Cof Winder,!!S A James Stewart, ] extensive embracing the lower and higher bran- some public newspaper oP the:Eastern Cirenlt of I character ad must sustain aa examinafioa ia lbs
is in terms nearly similar to VTa;Col J P Sanderson, Fla. ; lEhaU span,no pains to render my'H ule in all chef of an English bdac&tion,together with the Florida for the spaoa of three months. o1lowJnC I&Gclieti Yi"s: ? %.-. .. '-rw--

that issued in reference to Cuba. 24,J J Underwood, Jasper,FIn;G II Cheerer, respects pleasant to those who make it their home, French language Drawing and Painting. THO.DOUGLAS-Jadge.ko.. S S Arithmetie ElemeatiV' Algeira*:' 2IS4

Fla; Col Waterman Ocala; Col J S Sanamls, and respectfully invite call from citizens: who Miss S. having:hsd much experience in_teaching L. S. A true- .copy. ,' ? '. Greek .Grammar.- Jacob's or.,FelteaV Crtak
wish permanent Board or strangers who may sojourn T.st.r Reader,and the ftrsT two books oTXeaoteww'a
Fla will endeavor to bring the best available means
the defeat -
The telegraphic reports announce in our hospitable clime;darIng-the winter tS.&.lioIovaa; Clerkt: Anabasis.'JaceVa
23, E. W Jones and lady Ga G C Giehs Fla into requisition to promote the welfare of her Pupils S errtoerhig'sLalla Readar. allumt -
of Bolts Jor Congress in the Richmond II R SaddlerPVanUssel,, Fla.; ; i .months. 7: ; W.D.'WARD.!: both moral, and intellectual. And that they JuIy-31,1851. : ,_\ ;_ ,., :;rState '.; ;; or Canar.Cicero'*Select OnUioea aad Virgil

W .' N; B. i have since the ereeUOD'of'mi'Jlouse. may realise the extent of the advantages offered ) ,orbMcliaUbe, deemed.equivalant.-
26 Bronson St Geo :
district John S. Caslcie Cal- Judge Augustine CaB
by [ I of Florida SonthernCirewit: 2I.u- "*
it with
I convenient Bath-Establish it is desirable that those who intend entering this
Madison, Fla J N Reeves. Fla James Tyrer, '
; ; :
; .
honnite, anti-compromise and secessionist. Va;Mrs Cnbbedge Mrs Austia child, and servant mont.which is always copiously supplied with Institution should do so as early as possible.after S r!e_county.
water and the necessary conveniences for bathing the opening of the School .LrruJfcc Fn-If the studaat enter asFwi
Madison Fla. Edwin O. ,
Knowing that_ the Whig! party had for a I t should'-dd also that my house is.a'regular S The Scholastic rear designed to'consist of "Gnynn, ) man five dollars;if as.Sophomon. ;tea Joilis;

candidate Mr. Bolts alone-and with the advantage atopp g-p1aee for the Stage to and from .West Tour Sessions,of tttven weeks each, and no.Pupil AnnE.uynn,-. t if as Junior, fifteen.dollan;.-and if as* senior
MARINE NEWS. and Middle Florida,being upon'one of the 'prin can be received forks lime than'one Session, nor j twenty- dollars. "I.0**1A t.

of his being an avowed Union man, ciple streets leading immediately to tbe Western can any deduction be made for.absenee,except in 5-Biit 5 13, CHAXCEBT S ron DIVOECT. "Ojuizt..ATCHAMBERS. letSeedo,1Ssislia.

and that the contest was in a District wherein PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. road. W. D:iv.- cases of. protracted illness :- -5 ,Tuitlo .|2109 \$21 011
Jacksonville Oct.9,1851- tf. 'COURSE OF STUDY. '. F appearing to IBe' satisfaction of the Court, Room relit ..400 )""4.00
an equal struggle the Whigs were always Arrived. that tbe said bill has been filed and" by dueproof Incidental expenses,. I 00 < 1*00'
the Oct. 17.-Brig Saginaw, Brown N. Y. Notice Passenger '1st CLASS Spelling; Reading-Writing; Defining that the said Ann E. Gnynn resides out of Use of Library, :.75' ; *** 7*
victorious, we are inclined to doubt report. ,and Arithmetic session *'- $4 00 Janitor's Wages. 1 00 '109
18.-Sch.Sciota, McFarlin. N. Y. FROM SAVANSAH TO PALATKA. per this State,to wit at Spanish Wells, one of the
i Madagascar, Bonsey, Y. J7.! Darien, JBrtinnrtci St.Jlarfs, Jacksonville 2nd .Exercises in Composition, ArithmeticGeography Bahama Islands; it is ordered that the said Ann Fuel for Oratory and Red"Ji

21.-Brig Alary Ann,Means, N;?r Black Creek and PicolataTO ," Grammar, :tke.Elements of E.Gnynn appear, and plead,'answer or defend I te.tionroomis iso(
Judge Sbarkey of Mississippi has be-en' Cleared. History, fcc-'per session - -.- ... $5.00 against said bill on or before the first Monday in I Fuel is afforded to the student. *a*eeaV .A an
LEAVI THCESOAf,2XD.,AT-4 O'CLOCK,P.V. 3rd CLASS."Arittmctie Ancient November next.- In default of which said appearance equal to the probable cot is.advaaeadby i raea
appointed to and has accepted the Consul OCt.25.-Sch. AlmiraJay, Joy.N. '-' THE new and' superior fast steam Modem History. ,' Natural,Geography Moral and, Intellectual and the said bin will betaken yn>CM/TOO against student;if more is consumed tt iccaarrea tofaiaif .
Brig T. Crosby,Atwood, N. Y. her provided that a of this.order be le s, the balance is' J.o.j1'I.J'
Messrs. of Alabama JAt' packet MAGNOLIA, P. McNiLTT &e session copy published .
ship of llav ana. Langdon Philosophy, Rhetoric ,per $6 00
23.-Sch.Joseph Marsh, Rogers,N.Y. Muter;will leave as above, and eoninne ia some public newspaper of this State tor Beard furnished with tba bluffier tat R--
and Walton, of New Orleans, were Sch.Fibs Bafllett,N. Y. to leave every THT&SDAT.- ,Returning,will An additional charge will be made for ,.the the space of six months before the said first Monday fessnr at two duilars pel'WeeL1' -

29.-Trig Rufus Soule, CoLon N. Y. leave Palatka Saturday itS o'clock French Language. Drawing and Painting. in November or provided that if a copy of Washing at the usual rate., _?
candidates for the office but every morning ,
prominent To meet the contingent of the teaehr AD due in 'TiVTuftJoo
adm i
Vessels awaiting Clearance. and leave Jacksonville same evening at 9 o'clock. expenses said bill,and of this ,order,.shall be personally payable
not appointed as reported. For the school to, it is. desirable that payment served upon or delivered to her,then she is hereby remitted an application, to all students daaleo-
Sloop Alpine, Gomez from Savannah. freightor state passage tie.having, apply splendid) on board accommodations be made before the close of the Se&don for which ordered to appear and plead, ansver, or defend ed for the.Ministry. .. ;. 7;

The Northern papers report that an express to FERNANDEZ, B1SBEE & CO., or the Pupil is entered.. against said bill, on the first rule day after three The tuition fee for Modern Languages.wflL. .
Jacksonville Prices Current. Applications for admission may be made to months after the said service'or delivery, in do- eight dollars per session to be paid to lusts.
at Jacksonville .
agent has arrived in the Coiled States M. A COHEN Agents,Agent Savannah.or !J M DaDiel- M Reed,Dr H D Holland. fault whereof the said bill will be taken pro eonfiKo tor in advance '" 5 aa
Rev I Swart, or to the Teacher herself.Jacksonville ,
from Spain to demand satisfaction for the Reported Monthly xV r Ute Republican by : Freigbipsyablebj sbippen. Sep$..11, IS51. tf. against her_. at OS.last B.LANCASTER mentioned rule day. ForftuJevttrrfto do ioi Jai **: pnxcxtt At
Xleasra. Alsop & Boon. te. whole 5 Count reqwvtdfar.degree,* man tern-
sustained from the Filli- r
Injuries by Cuba -- Judge Southern Circuit > "ted range of studies u/kmu&w. adapted Sheriff's State of Florida. i.Key '
invasion. Notice. c -
buster count efhft efeaek .
C C WILL to sale to the highest bidder in Westapril3, 1831. sackcna be i4z- .
Beeswax Ib 23 12 *25Jutter Subscribers to the fund of St I expose ? 10 far at rrasonaeVjr *
pr 18J t Linseed ft |$ I building
ALL front of tbe Court House door. in the town of
I CERTIFY the above to be true from Tha of this Course
The Washington Republic says that the pr Ib 22 t 25 Provisions: Pprk Church, Jacksonville who are entitled Jacksonville, Duval county on the first Monday a copy studies aranrrangcd bdartka
basement Co'tton' Mess bbl ftl7 fc 18 to shares in. said Church, are requested to the original now on file in my office. i i following departmeaUyto wilt .' _'
three sides of the walls of both tile pr in September next, at the usual hours of sale, the u. "
Coffee no pr Ib 11 1 J2i Prime do $16*16 BO present their vouchers to Dr.A. S.Baldwin,Treasurer following property to wit: That certain half lot. .. J; 3!.-BRACEWELL, !, 1st. A MATHOUT1C4L DgfAjt__f Ia wktta

north and the south wings of the Capitol I ornprbus 90&10U Beef mess do $13 of the Building Committee,byand before riece or parcel of land, situate, lying, and being Clerk, M. C. C. beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra tha stv-
Candles Ib Hams the i5th of November next. and all hayIng Key: West, April 3,1851. july-S-6m. dent will be earned itriatxaK
have attained a height of about ten feet. pr pr Ib l.2kI4 persons 10 the town of Jacksonville Duval county,and ;througa'att'ths
Adauiantine33k37j Soulders do 11 fc 12J accounts against said Church far materials orabonr. State of Florida, and known and described on the In Circuit Court"Eastern Circuit higher branches of the Mathematics,aadinf ,la
This branch of the woik will probably be Eggs pr doz 13| Fides, 14. Iii A4.,will also present them as above speci >lan or map of said town as the west half of lot their application, to Natural Hiilasopy; Astronomy
Florida.. -
Flour pr bbl Potatoes pr bus fied. A. S. BALDWIN JwidA- : .
number five, in number tentogether with '
the close of and be square
completed by Antnmn Trcas. la 5 : S EXOLTSH'.
Geuesee J530k600 Irish $1 50 Buil'g Com'e all and.:DguIar the tenementshereditraments 'CSAXCCKY. : JtPACTTgyr -Compihlag

ready for the setting of the marble which. Hay priqplbs 871100 Sweet 75 fc. St.Johns Church. appurtenances thereto belonging, or in any wise William Adklns 1} \ instruction in Orthography Kaading.iJpcatiau.i .

iidLSprlb 7t8 P.uUry ... Oct. 9-lt Property aeJ forth in mortgage.and vs. > Bill for Divorce. i Grammar,'Writing.Geography, Hwtory Com .
the Repnblic learns will be prepared during Iron pr Ib 45 Chickens <12} L 18| _- will appertaining be sold to satisfy a judgment, of foreclosure MiDyAdkins, ,>_ I position,Kbetoric )gielntellMtaaI PaOosophy.

the winter so as to make an early commence Lard pr Ib 121 t Turkeys 75k 100 THIRTY XM>I.I
Lime pr bbl '20U Rice prlb 4| 1 8 'ofiered for the apprehension, and de hi'favor of George Burt. .1.-hat the defendant,MiHy Adkins resides beyond the Constitution =h,, Ornithology,Aata-

ment in the ensuing Spring. Lumber pr M Salt pr sack ia smy Jail of my Negro boy JO- 70HN G. SMITH, Sheriff. the:limits of the State of Florida,so thai rat Theology, ,Critieiam- and-- .. vidaaeaa -
let quality '$!2 fc 14 Liverpool grd t1 who absconded from Black Creek -' By T.N.}McCORMICK 14 1. S'ff. ordinary; proceeds can no tbe served upon her. of Christianity.
The following quotation from.The Rtpub- 2d do 619 flS7tfcl50 a month ago and $30 in addition July 24. 1m On motion of Job C. HaUlyEi.: Solicitor for &J' -. DcpAsnrorr.. fa--walak

and 8d do M3t> 4 Soap prl b 6..51 thereto for proof ,to conviction, of his' having jomplainant. ,JV win be.imparted aa aoqaaiataaea with all that si
lie has been the
generally quoted telegraph The above sale is until first day S r. .
Liquors pr gal Shingles triM P .4 00NEKnm been harboured by any person. Joseph is about It is Ordered that a bearing be had to the facts necessary to qualify youth for tha fc MMii t. .
of December
ed as of a semi-official character. Of course S3*S3 .Sngarprlo 610 19 years of age below the average height rather charged in the complainant's Bill at the next tiaaof the counting bore i iadadins '. :_

the threat therein is the Gin 2533 Tobacco prlb stout, fine teeth and has a small scar on hit forehead next.FOR SALE. term of the Circuit Court to be holden in and for 1. Prertaua3iy--By aa original and popular
grounded on assumption system of this art,,which invariably produces
Whiskey 3035 ManufactaredZ5z.50 a
; his mother resides in St.Augustine, and county of Alachna at Nawnansrilla on the see-
that England would interfere to preserve lolasses pr gal 30*371 'Tallowprlb. 8* he may, probably hare gone there. Two'Story Dwelling. House ond Monday Decemt next Provided that a bold, finished baudpecuEariy adapted.to faa JIIII'-
N&ilsprIr 4 & L'ENGLE. LA. just completed, conveniently poses ef the accountant sad Maiaaasi maa.-: fit
: JOHN of this order be published as the law directs
Cuba to Spain and aid her to a for a large family with all copy 2. .
suppress Oil Jacksonville ArithmetieCompeisthgnnmerousabbrnfs.ted
pr galSperm Oct.9,1831. tf. for the space of three months. -

revolution by the Cubans. themselves; then $1123 NEW FALL _GOODS. ..part of the Town.of out Jacksonville.buildings,, in Attached apleas- .* THOMAS DOUGLAS- Judge* te- Equation methods of Payments of'compotbg to-Interest.'and other:MereantS Dt-
A true Test :
the sentiments of Tke Rejn&lit would find ,- to the premises lie vegetable garden, and a Well' copy; SAMCTI., ,WVBuKxnr{ Clerk.. eaiealationafoan
Notice. of excellent water. Titles UcI 11-3m. aU lOch operations anise requiit.cn.I. a thorough
aDetho G w. B. TO... 5 Newnan.lIY111i._SepjL.1.1851.
E UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- ALSO, :I.. o.ed-.e of the business of a eountizg-roee.'

In throwing out these-views we are speaking .L, partnership for the Practice Medicine, HAVING just returned horn the North with A likely young negro woman of good character. A Card. I.r'" L'Bot.kupiag--S1ng1e and Doable Entsyby

the universal sentiment the American respectfully offerjtheir professional services to the and splendid assortment of, a good cook,washer and ironer' TullE Subscriber leased the well-known I 1 the most approved methods.- A complete ne1

and warn fie Times and all citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity; FANCY If STAPLE pRY GOODS ALSO Jl' house formerly'kept by'.Mr. John Clark' of isstracsiottia this branch will be faraiabad da-
people we 'c '
J. S MURDO, !1. D. 5 takes this method of the citizens of signed to fit the student take charge.of say eel
valuable in Columbia
whom it that the Just show of chiefly purchased at auction and from first hands, A plantation county, *. of account book '- S ., -
represents, R. P/DAN1EL M D. achsonville that be is to
;; would respectfully call the attention of the citizens containing four hundred and forty-eight acres first and vicinity now ready S
British intervention in Cuban affairs will be Oficoon the corner directly North of the Buffing- of Jacksonville and the vicinity, and invite rate cotton lands together, with the raluaUa tmrovements serve refreshments at any boor of the day'from 7 4th. An AoBJCTLTtriAi.DcpABntrrr Coca- -

the signal.for a movement that neither CubaiiorGreatBrtazn son House. them to call and examine his goods before purcha.- > thereon. -- .o'clock in the morning until lOst night ; he can prising a selection from the English and Mathainatieal -
Oct. 30, :. 8m. furnish Lunch at the ahorte notice,vin Cold courses and,. aljw.Surveying.Botany,
all the flatters himself that he will
nor European elsewhere as he ALSO
pow. ring Mineralogy Geology, Chemistry;aad Agrieulto
Ham Beef
Tonjrue Pigs-fact ,
combined resist for this the I be able to lien many of his goods cheaper than The following lands in Marion county. Fla-,to ; Trip Shrympa
ers can ; on point JOSEPH mODE Sardines, Fish, ate.;lie has bad his Liquors and Chemistry; thviatt two illaOratedby'.azparimentalloctorcs -
ever before offered and now for'B'arga1l wit One Plantation containing six hundred and
mind of the American people is made.up, : Wines selected by good judges in New York and -
and their will in this respect will give the Cheap Clothing a: forty acres;well improved-one with eoD.tainiD five paid the highest prices for them,and haa, ia thinks 5th. A, Qivn, E.icmcn .-btnar,5iiwgliwhich :

law American and conduct. Thereis AND irIS Stock consists in part of Super Black IUI- hundred and fifty-six acres improrements, Wines and Liquors of the first <{nattty J also Porter are taught Arithmetic, mental and written
to policy and one other containing .hundred and fifty- ,) Algebra mental and written,) Gaaasetry,
Ian Dress Silk, Do Lames of all prices Plain and I and Ale. Gentlemen will please call and judge
no dUpotrtioo the part of the large majority Goods Store. nine acres,well improred,-price reasonable-and with the of
Dry figured Cashmeres Parametto Cloths French for thenjB lreSj and speak of me as they find me. Trigonometry Surveying, ( ass iactra
pf the American people for the -eon- FlSrEGAjTs erinoes, Alspaca Lustres Ginghams. Col'd and terms accommodating. No pains will be spared to please all who mayfa- meats in lha field Practie*! Engineering;Arehiteeture. -
quest of Cubaor far forcible annexation to J STRCXT,
the United States;and the only security for JACCSOKVILLC, TLA. incs Jaeonetts. Check Cambric, MnsUn Robes/ Jacksonville June 19 :. lawtf. Jacksonville Oct. 2, 1351. .tf -pjrr.- S "- SATascunun' 0 1.
just received his Fall Stack of Fashiona Worked Curtain Muslins, Calicoes French Hair b. DkrArnzar T eocoM
Cuba is in the protection of ue Governmentof HAS Clothing and Dry Goods of all deserip- Cloth Skirts, Super corded Skirts; &e., &e., and ,- .For.,Sale* of studywill consist of a JudieuHU .aaleqUoa.as*

the United States and the absence of all ions, which he is prepared to sell an reasonable a large aaeertment of Woolen Shawls. Scarfs Notice.'WJITIflN .' GOOD S second hand ROLLER GIN- together snbjeete flea the:_tber departments indadfafaQ

.foreign interference.Gen. terms for CASH. He mentions as in part of his lie.. terms of the Statute,In inch eases A,- aa excellent set of running tfie branches pursued in our eouunoa'school*.
1 will to theIon.1 Lectures will also ba-
lock- ,ALSO v.y made and>provided apply Practical gives wa- School
chain '
of odd a Large
[ Judge af the Circuit Court for the Eastern gear, consisting aver ( Teaching,both as a science and as aa art. ,
Scott being written to some months -A Jorge quantity of JIm and Btijfr Super Freoelt Mk1 Broad Cloth Fancy Cassimeres wheel for same with frame and a smaller;wheel
and Satinett Circuit of Florida for leave to sell the tad.be- 1"'pi1t1rilhiot only t bus receive the fullest la*
Fancy plain Kcntacky.ieans,
Ready.Made Clothing; Cdicoet. .. on to the Estate of William :3 c.tt.IaCe of with cast iron cogs and shaft for running-cottonhipper. structmna relative to the best aDd most
ago, by some members of the Pennsylvania Black and fancy Silk-Vestings, While Red.an4 ring The whole in pod order-will ba, sold popular
Gingham t, Cottont,, '. Yellow Flannels Colored Sack Flaane't.,WhitiAngola'Flannel'Colered Columbia county,deceased. -_ For t methods of teaching,but taeyjriU also bar opportuuities -,
Legislature: requesting his opinions on the Cloths Cauimeret, IfVestingt and White Canton Flannels 5 -W. W.SCOTT, Admr. cheap.5- terms-.JlScROBERT apply L BAKER. of exemplifying them by bearIng!.

have the & ., Dy SMITH O'BRIEN, S citation in the lever departments of LbS --lastfea
which Men ,
political questions agitated ; --- ? His Attorney's." S S 'Atty,Jacksonville E. Fla.. ; tion .

country immediately replied in the following And. Soys Hats, Capt Booti and'Snoct.; Pan y' Goods : ,*'' Alligator..- Sept.r. 6. 1851. 1tf. Sept. 23, .: 7th. A-- DEFAKTacrr or.MooxaiIn t1ll'b

Together with'a variety of ladies Super BUc and'CoI'd Silk Matttfllas, S which students who wish to tab a thotwtgft
frank and characteristic
letter FANCY ARTICLES.He'respectfulry Lace Veils White and CoI'd Sun Bonnets,Laces, ,-5 ; Ndtice.X so 5j ,I -, Old Metal Wanted., "-__ course can have an opportunity of doing aaj waiJa
WABHTKOTO, March 76th 1851. F Ribbons Zephyr Worsteds, &e. &'., together :MONTHS after date I will present the accounts P REPA.RATOItYtO commencing eperatioDiill others whose object may ba to acquire srcBriaat

Sia -1 have : invites a caH from Town and with a large assortment of Hosiery, Gloves Cotton 0: of vouchers William Scott, deceased my Machine Manufactory,1 to pur- knowledge to translate with facility,aad,"-.prVnoiuice '
: received your letter (marked Country customers, and assures theib'that for and woolen Shirts and'Drawers, Fine Muslin Aslministrator or'the Estate of Hickman 'ehasein large or small quantities,old IroaJCoppw with tolerable correctness, ia .a*J&orVvr-

"confidential,7') in which,after committing cheapness and good quality his goods are unsur and Col'd Chintz Shirts, Marseilles and knotted King deceased to the.Hon.Judge of Probates of [fir Brass,Tor which 'good priors'will be riven. time Mpossibla,are ala.provided for ./,.:?

the error of supposing me to be "fully before passed.. Apply at tbe sign ef.tbe \'. Red Counterpoines together with a large Stockof Alaehua county,and to be discharged from further GEORGE MOO EY. _'Systematic instruction win be givenla ai_

the country as the Whig candidate for the Cap. Oct. 30,1851; ,If.- Bleached arid Brown Sheetings sod Shirtings; administration ot said estate .. stksonTlUe, E. F., May 12. 1831. 154f finn by laetares aad otherwise and tcanwesit'axer*

** also, 12J wide Bleached Sheeting.'and domestic w.SW.woDr;Admrof the eises in DecIamaUoa.aadia'Eagliabt spiitle1be

Presidency you proceed to intmogaxeineon I 'Sheriff's' SaJ .. goods of etery description. Estate of Win. Scott, deceased.By i N t1 ce' required of all the students ..iit1I UlC' .

many points grave public interest. -WILL to sale{In front tbd Court : CAI1I'ETI.GS' 4: SMITH O'BRIEN, his tIXIONTHS': i--d-1'shall prasantaccounts 'JIIY S
Permit to expose ;1l,4m.SA31LUOYT&Co
me saythat considering I JastitatiOD.oWark ,
,, .
House in the town of Jacksonville, en the first .Ingrain, Entry and ,SUir.Carpeling,'Carpet and vouchers to the Hon.Jadga of ?

shall probably only) have a Whig* condidate Monday December next between,the usual Sags'Boote, Shoes and' .Umbrellas, Ready Made '. Probate, of Columbia county, for a final setle- AcsttfessiyV...c- -.i:. s
tat the Presidency through a National Convention beers of gala, the following described property,to Clothing. &c., tto.. ." mont as the Administrator the Estate or Noel 14 re-orrni t5ooC'thi* partaaat iff

and that I cannot be its nominee wit: all that tract situate, lying, and -bain*'on -, ," JJW.RLRYt- .. .eo GIIIlAL! DISSml mwITS ELaulison, deceased. . .. -,. Detfware College, the'Boanr aT_Trmstiat aar
except by the force,of the,unsolicited partiality Old field branch,ta Duval county,Florida; about Patent Lever and Lepine Silver Watches Gold V WJLUbfJUUL1S0Y-5 taken Measaraa to plaoa it upon a'*e*tad fasV.
two'1D north af 'Jutington creek; bounded Ear-rings,Breastpins Finger Rings,Studs.Wrist va> Administrator.',. proved foundation and teadawit wttk adnasswgespoasessed .
of large masses of_my countrymen; North. Southeast and Wed by lands formerly Pins, Gold Pens, together with a Urge assortmentof In. .e'Bu YJng Arid" &g'Of'. I ,.Alligator., Apt; ,-1S51., by- few-sfaflkr'ltkh1a iatk*

Considering, also that if;.my character or.principles belonging to the estate of Frederiok'Hartly, dec., fine Oat and SUvertd Jewelry I'er Thimbles EVERY- DESCRfpTlON' OFj! AGRICULTURAL -ountry. 'Tha Academy,, heretofore..nsrafK 1st

' tenet already.known U,would and lands belonging to Nathaniel Hartlytba United &.. &.,together with'Silver Table, wwl- Tea IMPLEMENTS AND DKULWAXUE. COLUBOE.. .. Tie College/and of'course subject"to aD'tilfavfliwhidi

:JJOOT he idle to aUem pt to supply the deficient States,and estate of Joseph fcjuamerall, Jpoons,Forks, Knives, Butter Knives, &., Ice., 5.& 5 5 rB1HE S Faculty of. Instruction- cf this Institution' hare been found to *11cM lIla aiukgamation
,information ot dee; said tract containing three hundred and fif- ke ** ,_ MACHINERY. ,. JU its consist of of t&e departmante to th*, aaaaf
mere professions under. preeenorpzUaatioD
by ,
paper y-four acres more or less ; together with all the Country Merchants womd do-weflt.c&Ii and _" ALIO, ] to wit building ud under, the same gotereMtBt\l JHw
crjadom and virtue, 'made for the occasion : japroventente thereon-erected;and will be soldtoistiityanezecutionlnf&vor examine my Stock as the goods ,will be sold to Georgia and-FrenohurrMt1l Stones E *the" A.following professorship named of mental Professorships and moraltciel1oe.A. enjoys the privilege a;'separate' estalHsasKat;

"And considering that if I,answer ,your of C. S. Emory them M cheap M they can buy ia ..- Colagen Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Also; ,sopus every professorship of tha greek and latin laarnaA without losing these which result frtW itenlatW,

queries, I must go on, and answer others already Admr aad Rebecca E. Read Adm'x, of the estate The Subscriber thankfulio thp.Wio fot.4he kind of North and South, And CASHjmid to the College propert': .v t a.
produce get. r with AHsary lb.
before me, as'.well as the long series of Calvin Read dee.. patronage beratafora bestowed upon him.hopes by. for Wool, Hides Deer Skins and Shipping LesSAW5L professorship of. 'matiemakjes'and natural A large fl5ztereeitaeeekbOdiai and efcgant edifice i =

that would' inevitably followio- the djsrastof ..DIwirbeg ,-Property" aet forth,JOHN ia Mortgage G. SMITH' SheriJf. strictittentionto of the lame: "business. >to G niemacpBUunaneo,-BARTON.. HOYT. .- '1fAMPTONLBILB0.; philosophy.,A professonhip,. 'rhetoric' ,. -,.and bellea-Utrres.' has bean erected and furaishadia which the -...

: \ ; -- T.N.McCORMlCKDep.Sl'ff.Oct.8alS51. .' JackzouvilliSept.25, W51. .SouE.kHABEISOM&CO. S dents of tae-Aeademy board nit thblmuetl-
permisftioa io close .this uk. td.Notice. .' Reference: ...*,- ,- 5 : A professorship of chemistry and tiatural.his- charge otthaPtiaafpal aad tHiAsslsUBteiallltettereisesareeoodaetedaai ; N .
. ,FKlxxLni BEATT- system j.fIt.,
iedgcmentdyou letter ,by subscribing : Mttsn.A nsco. t.cyForesao of civil ; '
; tEY1 WiBTruk PALMa, .SVTITT,>CMSLOW enlaecrieg------ ownnp tertptedby the interest *r giUiilw atof
sireui .A professorsbfp of Tto !* **.It. tWridinr
the etherdepartment .
& Co.
Co.Savannah. G WX.P. .Mutn ,
With great respect,'your obedient servant. SIX MONTHS after eWe/ .smderaigaed ad -0N'liAYSTRE1T* WITH'S BRICK, FRONTING BGlt.DING.JLClcoL :JED-, New Yo*; RrooLis Noujw, MASOM It Co. BosUui Iflj ie CoDegUto jrear is alvldedln'to two sessions I study-rooms a-'dond&M Mibe& ..
WINFIELD ( of th* Estate of-Thomas Jonas )!. :';B.Looms .Esq. KNewLondon, vofsreneetoeOafortaadsW
; .
each. first I
deceased, late of Alachvst county State t f Florida !. ,II't.oatJ. ... Ct-rH.-.McCoxss,'EAQ: -'dmington;t Dal./' or terms; ?twenty-one the Breaks fourth i ..Wednesday of ;"dr&li"CXpID baa .pie-
-r- Esq. Harrisburg. Penn ranchers before S session comurenoes on> the acnuuiy ...;.
will exhibit his aeoount and I85LJ
." .. _, ;,rrTr-r . Savannah; August.23th. .sept.,4-tf: October and UK second an the fourth Wednesdayof Sr
P. S. I ouft add that I write'and cay the Honorable Judge"f Probate for said county, : ; of taeauiof*>sfa ow eontpfcfS; g vfegi.L
settlement from -urn SUBSCRIBERS reajectfufl7Inforni 5 Aprfk.Es.ob i*::followed -)1J'C&'ioa facilities r.'JION&Stady ,.r
.hal and 4fl11Y
,nothing, pa public nbiects, which I am unwilling the and Ia14 WI7Or.- 'h .I.1 their friends faoquaintaneea! this they GREATnGAINs! -_ five weeks. ', k- "" able accommodation of".aeltlfj ftJ y: q a) K'

lo e published. VW8.. wnwAaour.; hare tit&.blLshedthemselves in1 the:mercantile finHE: Subscriber wishing to devote his .Ue. 5 COURSE, ;INSTRycnON.FxzsBXAJt .. those afiorded by many of owr coJsL' W-l
J.C. busineas ia this place and are now reoelTinp and M.,. tin exclasivalT to his profession .offers for : From JU intimate RUt_W tb CoBfevjs
By AUyOct.51 Ctiss1 LTT Xenopban'sU.T14Ty.
SV .LIL. 'Muaxo.Most of the planters ., 6m.Wanted. opeD' aL the itand above naaad a full assort' sale tit accommodating- lerjnt, his Janda:end lotsAdjoining ; dents ottbeAeideiily Wanysd'sotgeneriiflybtiued '
the all their Anabuil.A1ge bepll; JP -
Goods Fancy- Artlcle4 town of Jacksonville with
consistIng.r Dry ;
.ent ; at*estItasieessfts.
below the city will, we are informed, commence .- Groceries llsrdwre,Boot& Rata, caps; improvements-' There-areonthOse.lands twoChaltbei.te : finished;Homer's eJ'.liepa;AlsbfaUnisbed -
These who.wish to KMSB partfcwsv .. .
. 'making sugar about the.5th: inst __ .-, ,-. ... ". Bonnets:&e. *., with .ver7 nnty ofoods strong Springs, which yiejd a copious ; GonetqbegunrTsee ./' ,_ I'Y'-eottf" which faB wore property psma \Il taaeoBesj

more on Bncceeding daysj'but\few will .not, A SUATIONuTeacbebyund r: niually kept in a'Dry, Goods Store. *,Which depodta of hydrated peroxtdfl of iron. They are Homer's Odissey.finished; my b*admitted to reeite-la aay= r tikalaweikr.:8tndente .
A. nd'Lady-bath*f whom are Georgians offer, Tor:wlo, as cheap.as the.lAa'bct--assimilated la their jnedietaalrproportlea I the ; *
have commenced by the.. 20th insL One or, signed s> they Geometryfive books; Hlstory,'t nishedVVJpsioCtAss. -,_? :: abs af fraper a. awl
: oi by Mr* and.doe$tio.< :TherJvethe Wrutag purchased at any establishment in.:the Southern'nnu.r Brighton and.Turnbridga springs of England and -Ii Tacitus *** lto..by cossmea4ctIqa 181"11I."
twobyeajea4y, begun. The opening ib.13&1oii said Bedford springs of this country. ; befanvTbe -9- i *""jpermtssioa 111
: la the bosineM their stock been selectedby
of two yeaw experience ; ntira, haviag mathens ofj schylus, aodElectra*f,5, ">1 of tfee Faeafty,may."
the sugar-making season' our plantationsis reference t.I,to ability; much care and attention Also aspringdtbaeoolieOminOUWtertO ba
pn ad can rive aaUsUctory one of the AulyUeal finished Catodasj Natural the College Library Without a-LIeea ..
always,. gay and animated scene; it pre. eu1iIe;A' A femato AetbaslJn:1OJ.U: and with.a view particularly to this market. they found Uibis section of oouatrv maebfoes{< i.bdck'sr4with for 'Tb.o logy Evideueu5-of Cl1r11Uaa.'>r'z S nj Admissioa ali*>saay ba 1104.. %tad
sent many unique and Jnteresting features thriving village of'Florida would ba preferred. flatter tbemselvea Jfcat they:wiU,b* enabled to one.tfliiri: patent wady; otneratlon lLJ4ogicr; MoW 'b11ij;11ae A1. of such .;.;_
anH in-this wherrf.
Urn them -the .ona vicinity ,
of Southern Creole and life which i but it this cannot ba had Lbvinzarnznwoul4 rive entire satlsfacUon to all who wj. :for is and increasing EliJll ci;Tacit ..fii..i Ii 4stof a Philosophyjecaeicsb ";" '
plantation take eharleot.. .hooL .. irWa'th patronage,:both'as,to.the ..pricei .and 'demand brki great rapidly ;:& 'ft{ 1 i.n.sfite1 .
r "
; ) gfla.; {
$Jwbocn siould take,an: opportnniijr ol. M of belt ,-Also a framed kUchen.eUbte",and carriage ;
&u ip quality : i.iositly. .
V 44reD Gree.vni.fL 'A.1..t.l .t. nds two* dwallini .bouse fit ted for 1U. M0ra11'h1JOSOP. ;1'W Gorgii ,
!og.-.;U.PIQJIAftt O.Tl !5,. '. 'l'b --t3I11 IIOri .wm' I" bonse.* > story ; oftus5Mfli7drI3i&ttmt iss ventydoBaroMdMh.S l .

...- $' 4'. >.tf'ove1. .; '. lug such additions thslrEtock as the stats.of twelve rooms, nearly eonrpletodv'Abo onujber PaenmatIcs an eligible building site nd gard.n1etsvWffn 4
,*The Texas Bute Gazette give* a list' o r.I- '- "h,1UI'ket J e :' -J mile of,the* Market house*s,4 nsnrpa ad by.asy-bibi.MJ ; tior.oxouCt.rL; axtrasaraoBadolUiPwrrmdafiMafaM .wipeuea. tar

Newspapers punished in that Stale The: 7yerSaI s- ra -. -. -' ,+-Y.' < .. 3di -
t .t\.t tyo.f' _
: .
whole number 35 : vegrl wO'lli andkwasherat.< Lit the 1tOID&1I. at ah rt.e4 .II.o..oe i.jfti f"EIU'c.rt)1err. :; aMt1..r k'w -. ,'ioo aad *.,. Tfit* .lsJIwa. -
is and ;. 'Jik tH
comprises week 28jreariC I : ;' I.asuc1'B .", :, ,,-," ." 4'jOS.'D.4 V :. froBt w-wJs ent.r.thsu .- :
Jy(two of. which jmblto tri- reeklyjddriiiesjooof N l.a Eooi .> &bod. ironer; i be nce -iii excbu ge lort004.. --- 0 ." .. dotus,begun;-Kane t'XiIOOso2SL17J SphartcalTrifonomatryj tImra'of*' '
\ : re-' (,.Itoiy bofj wjrew respeottuflyaotlolt.4 t.t".h.f. _: .J' -. .5
.* lie 'LejilHQre)3 ean.weekljaadgtriireekJy. ne Jj1le&fCMl are 4Yrlendtand cftitauxer$aU .i I" fi 6r.f.o...>.'M ar., it lia waa u'tMA "
bout .8'7iUifP' : stoek W : .. <. .' : .R oJ4nuEW iA'If
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(1t.the onR. J: .txwJnethU, .1fO : '-.w..c 10'410 LLs1JIrU4a-- J. 4IL.Qearod*OftcUsJ HarWu ,finished; Sveytog
'_ =t O bN -E.t.HAR ; **, z':ft't.-z y C'Cl1T'T Z tit'fi iJiIS :".; :,Analytical .cetr:,,Vgtm l-JUaetorW; iPrmldeetof DslisrCp4
,"He that loses his coatcience. ha*. naduniikat on't1IA .JIf .'. W J; P.-s.Ua, EReux.Js.l't.m :"."' OFFICE;**' ,; ,. finuha4.-r .. Sr. tt' cP41E.tIet..n. .I.iif! -
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: Tfitfi FLORIDA: ptiiiiioAiiV' ,4: ," '. ,'. '.:,' 'A'jt ;o-t1"'te4 ..taU ,'and,.. andfrOfl* -H"'lf1: ted States from lBtlidy .Febhs .' --.Townsbtosey Br: s ,I tJritt-lo1ir* ityin c" -
i't1LRxD m&TTEuDAT.A"\ ATTOHSIT:. 'Canada;' ,a..d.anew. tJa.. dI 1In., iuM l,ucer': tho4.1'\mte.: derwh1 a1 t.'lUntj-llX.aei l1lp"etdjot ieYEft. 1.ft'i1 ]DIAN LOXE.CU/l.i.Iproc na4sII,
cem8u' f'tpe 14e4l1cl1:1he t4nge II-T"
: .4-f': TIJl..D.TalC..t7E"F.',b7 !n., T';,'oul Co. :'East_, ;JF7orifa.. ; .'{* :r' : y" : ji : t t c.Memt 80th of June, 1854;Inclusive;will be received / western tier of sections" 10 township' .Jmit-. I Co say lhaiJfBottlint.1 'v
\t DREW, For tingle letter in'inantucrttt orp of m*
COLUMBUS every t J U the Contract Office of the PosUOffit*.i Department 1 y.tbrceofaige twenty : Z'Z ? r 1 cbUdfl1dgyouyg ,
-I' .of kind which,information shall:be 'jTownshlp [except I sections.arM,'wur 1 become neraIJ1 .Jj
: k' :.1O'Br1en any npon ,in the.city Washington, until 10 a m Of twenty, [ IIJII1 & ilio"o &liar all
.\TMLMS*-Three Dollars'per WUJD, jt.\1. ).'Wt'Slt _. '. \. I I LIked ot communicated in wri tins/ or'b), marks 1 ho 8th day of December: ;' [t*be"deeided i nine,'ten, thirty-five, andlblrty-fixisotjang: 1 be at4Ictti u.cu..ioiy.baf. .,4
$ ; ATrlAWM.WHrr c)r signs"sent by mail, the rates'mentioned in the month the : 'f.. ". I i'04..re ee4o.Psett..- 'tY.-em
topon ordering the 1 aptr. .TR JT 1 by the 'ISth -ayl'of th. sam ,! on t"enty-tw9"X'. -'7-.1. ''-i .I. ,.'. :! t-
table shall be for every additional leet OU.ttrteen'
IBiMikbu,tf,not paid jbefOTt tb"e expiration- Alhgator JC:; tmbla'Cq i East'17orda:, 1 half ounce or charged.fraction j !(and.of an bnneoabove..*the' :routes and vlij,in the"manner-1 J'and, .Wmo. .. bereinafUr. r, ';.:and-Xownlh tnntY-four'laUt.e* w fc ,Scep\exoept sections one to- Ejq., ",J.tniJn.ffm i

of U .year, arf.cJWced"fi .. >,\ \ "SMITH, I ; ,weight named in this table an additional-single I ipecificd. .,. FLORIDA." ,' ; and Iwenty-fowv] seventeen -, .
M. 'IU1li' 1 rate is to be charged. '- t* ._ _.__ eighteen, twenty-one, twenty-two/ S JAThz1J1 fillt
,JUverUsemenU will be Inserted&t the following .Office J Office .4 "
-Agr. Newli : farianna/io' Oehesie9 aIle. of .
,St'5.;From mjie i twenty-eight and twenty-nine. range.twenty-; 1 Jead3irUaa"ekied1 a.ril" 1.1'
.rat One Dollar per.qnare. (twelve lines) for 'P ; -. -v -.' ...-01'.. oi back, three"times* week,. iJ tbree 'D De ror DlanhM&Dd IDdJt., 7. Meclul'eeteurefor1hU

the tot,SeTentyFlve Cents for every snbso .S, .W. ,BAKER, ; ,.h '.= '. 'ift'C 'Leave MariannZ every Monday, Wednes.tldayi '1- TowpshlpsftfteenfeXaept section one,]sixteen,' :"fr14
--- .. ,' B. .,* ,1 m # ..$ &&. sections five to,: t' nd .seventeen-to, ever t1l9or J&eard
: nent insertionTo'yearly Advertbers.* liberaldiscount :TTORNE V 'AT. LA IV.JACKSONVILLE ''I'\$1 T".t'; and Ftiday p j % &[except 'l1g > g@iS
;q '- "- 08 Arrive at OcheseesamodaTby4 P m}' 7 .twenty.ne,] seventeen, eighteen, nineteen,'[ex- about two years had
wfll be.mad*.' 'All transient,Advertisements :.EA.S.t" )'.fi.OB.lD. t,,:,. .:' ',":-" :... ..,.H"; ,=a .si' =.s Leave.Ochesee everyJVIonday,,Wednelcla'i"eept sections two and eleven]twenty.twenty-one; dnced totfmo a'-skei Wn' m-y *,Fe-

(except bypersons having running account 'eeu':. : ; ". ;t. ........ I .f t''. and.Fnida119anl r: .,.. twenty-two, twenty-eight and:twenty-nine. ,, of a Bottle of yo.':" TLoXErT&k** fit
.R charml
at Marianna V 12m same days. has acted nIt. tti- H3 **"*
to twenty-four. .
wltftiii office) must bo paid f previous publication. Hbn..W. B. an : : range bJM .
i tS Q -
; Georgia.March ,
FL3L"I. S& also for semi-weekly.\trips,. proving and be ?
Bids for feen'by
',' ...0JI..a .' weekly, '"North of the base line and east of the'pnriri; may these who ttt
2.181.-. ,tfj .*. '.''. -su,. ",0 sI'Z cp are invited.' ."" r*> *..a' *;.. .*6TO.J t?efttui1y \ ,
'Persou.dt cal govern their'remit ---' H' d. '0 ,ft.0 0 8562'From Marianna to Abe's Spring;60 miles,. : : fKJl-1J2mdi > II' 'M" t..
OSSIAN HART week. ,* *;: township east'eftlieff Snwannee ToE.P int4 j 'vLV(
tancej for the following rates: : '. and back, once a Fraction of 1.'A. .':
advertising,by ATTO'RNEtATLAV ._W IiEl PUPAID. i QtS, CtS.. CtS. CtS. Leave Marianna every Monday at 6&ra;: river, of range sixteen.: ., .- : .+. "
One square. (twelve lines) published six months Weighing i oz. or undorbeing; .." .Arrive.t.Abe',.Spring by 9 p m same day; Sections.eight. and'nine- thirteen to fifteen -; J : : H ;f.' 3I,1.

for V ." i v, .- :\ 31000 :KY VEST, 1A.tPractcesln single rates .. >.. .'."'-.i i r3 6 10 '15 Leave Abe's Spring every 1eada'at. 6 a mj twenty-two to 'twenty-seven, and thirty-four to, Dear Sir% T1iWt I is to wrtif, that two tJ ..

Two for six months, -1500 ( States and .i Courts Over| oa. and'n over 1 osJ*. 6 ,12 20 80 Arrive at Marianna by o Tp;m same day... 'thirty-six, in township two, of range seventeen: ; your Medicine calT"INDIAN'"LOXEcti lee t'

squares, 10 00 Southern District of. t Over 1 os. and not over 1| ot.- 9"18 30 45 Bids;for two. also for three trips a week are. Township one, and fractional township; two, of! hat permanenll.cured '"ootour NflfMlQla

:Legal and other Business Cards per'an. JulylOtfJOHNO. Ilorld. Orer Ii 01.and not over 2 01..1224, ,40. 60 invited. : -v -' ; ; .f nre Dlarrhcea: I take pleasure recomenrIa.

Notices ea to debtors and creditors; 7 00 Over 01. and not :GTe! 2j, .01. 15 30 60 75 S553"From FeseyAjiichCOli,SL.Marks'1and tOWnlhipsono and.twof nagsanpjWeflty 'onl'Yalua.bl&MedieIne..abing''lrUhoel"
etl administration 6 00 Cedar Key, to Key.West,-miles, and .tirenty-one:1 one of the best and welt reme4iee
.Application foiJ t HATELY ,* WHEN UNPAID. *f.* J f'or thi4
Notice. of Application for dismissal as Adminisirater Single: rate.as-above:. ,.....-.,. 5, 10... 10. 15 back twice a month. ', .. of arrivals :At the Land Office at Tallahassee,commencing that base beard ofot sce n1"OUrl &tulr' "

.' ATTORNEY' .AT-, .:'Ii' W.'oFFICE .. Over i pz. and not 0 X $I0O0 45 ,and departures. ___ the the .lands .within ToMseu, E. .
15 .
NEWNANSVILLE- Over! Os. and not over 1| oz. .30 .80 OrJe will :next, for disposal publio : .
For announcement of candidates.for office, ,5 00 Over 11 oz. and not over 2 oz. 20. .'40 40. 60 Proposals commence' at New s .;,'the' following named townships,*;. v.' '. J

;No announcement will be made unless the same ,FLORIDA.sept. tf. .Over 201. and not over 2},Os.25 '50,5075, : : be consider,Formof d.' a Bid; ,_. .-.. .Soutfi, of the. baseline and ed 'of'tbeptidiimidian Dear S1I' I haye used!your.,_June Iodian' ,185L; .
..,.lie fceeempanUd with the amount charged. oTE.-From and after the 30th'June 1851, the -, 1 (orwe) of y;iropose-to : inin; family, and..haYo. foun.iit a reQ L4reeust ya1uahJ:

Editorial 'notices for private beneAt'will be United States Mutual Insurance mode of computing the rates upon inland lettersi. the malls on route No. ,from;-' to. \ Fractional township four;of range two. remedy for Lflarrhea. I ,take peat Jl1e.ur

Barged double the rate of advertising. e:letters from one office within tbe* United agreeably to the advertisement PostmaTstereneral Townships seven.and eigbt.'of range nine. .recommending i& to the pab1ie :v.-. ..-

and Marriage notices,win Company, States Territories to. another, and:'also upon ( dated 9th August, 1851 by the/ol- Townships five, six, and seven'and sections six ., IierpectfuliyJ.E.TOj... .QT. D.
Religions,Obituary, letters between the States and the:British Olthe' 'Egbert. I1ibaett : -
WEST.POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. mode of conveyance Vii .. ." Laq., -
lowing, .1 to eight. seventeen to,twentythree'andtwentysix 1
... .... _
: ,' ( North American -is to be as follows to -
*o published patIeCoimunIcatione v- J 1 L provinces for the annual sum of n. to thirty-six in township ten; of range ten. 'Jcs6NYIiiE; E" .>
KINOSLEY wit Single rate, if not exceeding half an onnco ; *' <& *& ..'i.i:1).1 I, i1.r.
must be post paid. B., GIBBS, Agent, JDated.. ,. & Townships six, seven, eight;nine, eleven, [except Dear S SbO
double rate if exceeding half an ounce, but not Thiarnay cert f'.1 toj tatllI&d
aT nli. sections five to eight,] twelve, and thirteen n"
Form of -G /
J MAYPOIIT.MILLS, DCVAL CO., p A. exceeding an ounce; treble .rate, if exceeding an a of eleven., negro girl JU1f.enng under'"Tere att&e.t 01 Dfarrh &
May ,tf ounce, but not .exceeding an ounce 'and'a half; ." Tbe undersigned cJ nndertake'thst if the?forego? ,range and.eleven- a, d.1hat the.1IIe. one bottle -
ex- ,
six eight, ; [
J. P Sanderson 181 Townships seven (r"nr
2 No.be : "
the rope preparation called
and so on charging an.. additional rato for everyadaitlonal ing bid for carrying on sections twenty-five to '.twenty-seven, and Indh Lo ecuate'eetuany
half ounce or fraction of half ounce. accepted by the Postmaster,General. the[bidder cept' fractional : cured her, and 1,0014)&ke mt-

..":'r ITTORKEY AND COCKS ELtOa. .AT LAW, Lit ofOfcer oftheState ofFlorida: The mode of computing rates upon letters to shall, prior to the 15th day of Felftuary next,enter thirty-four thirty-six of the Suwanneo'-river and of township'thlrteeDiwest range commending it as a very valuable Medicine -

removed his office from Columbia *-, Great Britain, and to all other foreign'countries; into the required obligation'to perform the. twelve. i "Youri trnly, MOH'Mr. BRANTLy _

,HAVING 'to Jacksonville, .Duval County, STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. the British North American provinces excepted, service proposed,'with" good and sufficient sureties. 'FracUon'bf township.Iii; west:.of.tho i G.wan- I EgbenlPounsett.. ," ;';"r .
Dated. ; .(signed by two guarantors.)' '
of 3d
the act
will remain as at under > I
informs his'friends that he will continue Governor, THOMAS BROWN. ; nee river,sections two to ten;fifteen .to'twenty JAczsocvuu
respectfully: ;
Secretary State, CHARLES W. DOWNING. March,1849, and agreeably instructions appended Fo.rnof Certificate.. two, and twenty-eight to thirty-three,in towrishr J' July 26.125i.;
the practice of his profession, as formerly. to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. DearSfr Sometime since I 'aU&cl\
Attorney General i DAVID P. HOGUE. The undersigned, jostnit r'of certifies seven; sections one, twelve,twenty-three, twentysix 'severe that with
H.< will attend attach and every Term of .Comptroller, JOHN BEARD. that be is well acquainted with the above guarantors thirty-five, west of the iHuwannee-river, tend to Dimly-biuioess., I severe lcsouLt BO"at--

the Circuit Court in the several Counties of Treasurer, WILLIAM R. HAYWARD. 1st. Tetter not half arid their property and that they are men of in township eleven, and the fraction of township --IJfDUN-my LOX was reeommendecLto" try
parcel, exceeding
Every or your CUST.
State Lands DAVID S. WAL.KER. able to make their guarantyf ,' twelve west of said river of thirteen. I prOC red ODe
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Register an ounce in weight shall be deemed a single letteror property;and good range Bottle of it. A i the aame time two
Clerk Supreme Court ROBT. S. HAYWARD Dated. i ; Signed. North of the base line and east of the principal of
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme rote. 1- my; family were_afflicted with the same disease
Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St. JUDICIARY: 2d. All drop-letters', -or bUena.placed in any Notice and Instruction to Bidden.1. .: meridian. we all used the medicine from"-the rone Bottle
Court\ ,
his Supreme Court Judges. post office l not for transmission, but for delivery Seven minutes are allowed to immediatepost- Township one,and fractional township two, orange and I am now hay] inform you that;it cured'
to .
entrusted care
Augustine. All business Rttidence. only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of masters for assorting the mails .when not other, fifteen. us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty

'will receive prompt attention. Hon. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice Pensacola onecenteach. wise specified by the schedules.1 Fraction township one, west of the Suwan- from e use,of only on* Bottle of your'Valuable

A..rese-J. P. SANDKXSOX Jacksonville, Hon. A. G. Semmes I I Associate I Apaloch'a 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation 2. Fay will not be made for trips not run f and nee river, of'raue sixteen. iledicme.S 1: ours truly '_

fJmval CevNty, Florida.Jacksonville Hon. L..A. Thompson | Tal'has'e for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the the deduction for failures toperfosm the same maybe Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools TDluTlIY- HARRIS. :
30th June) did not exceed$200, send throughthe '
may To'E.PeinaettEsl'AmERIOAN'AND
Jan. 17.1850. tf increased to three times the contract pay there military and other purposes,together with "those "
Circuit Judges. mail allletterswittmbY.lwelf. and receive for if a sufficient .excuse be 'not sent in.. Fines swamp and overflowed lands made unfit therebyfor ;
.-- Western I Hon.Geo S.Hawki Apalach. through the mail all written communications may be imposed for arrivals after time ; also for cultivation," if any,which shall be selected by;
McIntosh Middle I I J.Vayles I Tal'has'e addressed to himself,on his private butineti,which failing to take or deliver the entire mail. I 1 the State authorities before the days appointed FOREIGN'

McQueen Eastern I Thomas Douglas I Jacks'vlle shall not exceed in weight one half ounce, free of 3. The Postmaster General may annul the con- for tfte commencement of the public sales respeepectively AGEIJOY, .

ATTORNEY LAW, Southern I I J os. B. Lancaster I I K. West postage. This does not authorize them to frank tract for repeated failures, for violating the post "under the act entitled "an act to ena- CITY OP '\W.4SHINGTOV ''

Witt attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern James M. Landrum, Sol'r W. Cir., Uebanna any letters unless written by themselves, and on office laws, or for disobeying the instructions of ble the State of Arkansas;and o'her States, to ,S '
St. Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. their private business only; nor does it authorize the reclaim the'swamplands' within their limits.. TTNDER the dirwtion of AARON HAIGHT .
Circuit J the United Slates District Court at them to receive free of thing but I Department. _J' PALMER of.New Yor,, 41)J .'WOB-TU-
John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Ci., Jocks'ville postage any 4. The Postmaster General may discontinue or approved September 2Sth, 1850, will be txclwltd i I
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Ossian B. Hart, Sol'r S. Ci., K. West written communications addressed to themselves, curtail the service, and the:pay accordingly; on from the salt.. And no locations land bounties INGTON GARRETTSON SNETflENofew

and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of and on their private business.. allowing one month's extra pay on the amount heretofore granted by any law of Congress for Orleanst Court Attorneys of the United OounseHors, the.Supreme -
with. lIe also increase the lengthor services rendered to the Unite States, tate .
the Government at Washington OFFICERS.First dispensed may military This "
Florida against establishment is
COUNT second Clerkof Newspaper Rattt, per quartertolitn sent fromthe number of the trips at pro. rata pay, the con- will be permitted on any of the above' mention formed for the following.
at the Departments [ name name actual and bona objects:
.ither before Congress or Probat office publication, to fda -
third fourth tractor having the right to relinquish the contract land, as provided by the act entitled "an act
Court I. For
Ct. ; name ; name Jaw in
ADDKESS Jacktoncittc, East Florida.May tubxribcrt: notice if he 'it to thechange. for the civil and practicing the Supreme' Court of
prefer making appropriations diplomatic
(ft- (whenever it occurs, as in Gadsden. &c., ) Tax on giving timely the UnitedStates, and
2.1830 tf Assessor and Collector.] From after the 30th of June, 1851, for each expenses of the Government' ," &:,. approved business before Congress:conducting. profearional' .
-. newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight 5. Additional pay will not be m,de for excess 3d March, 1851.... 2.For the
Western the annexed rates per quarter'are to be paid quar- of actual advertised distance (should any The offering of the above mentioned lands will law prosecution and recovery of all claims
in or
James W., Bryant, Circui.Coumy. Post OfficePensacoli terly in advan e. These rates only apply where such case occur) if the offices are correctly named. be commenced on the' days appointed, and will Congress equity or, against tine executive United States before

Evans the paper is sent from the office of publication to 6. Proposals without the prescribed guaranty,' proceed in the order in which they are advertised, against Departments,"or
": ATTORNEY AND COCKSELLOR-AT-LAW' E8cmbi Chares. uc. actual and bona fide subscribers. or postmaster's certificate of the sufficiency of the with all convenient despatch, until the whole Commissioners.foreign before Boards-.

'.Will attend to Professional business in the Courts Atine DLar ClsU sureties,'or not received in the time specified by shall have been offered,and the soles thus closed; 3. For the settlement of accounts' .r. : ;
with the
.f the Eattern Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal Santa Rosa Cha Mitn the advertisement, or combining more than- .,one bntnosale'sbalTbe kept opea'.loDger than two State, Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office
a of of the lands and
cannot be d. weeks and no private entry
of Florid. u C. route in the same sum, &Ccejl any Interior Departments
Court for the Northern District :01 until after the of the and'.obtainin th*'remission
adwrt lld entitledto will be admitted expiration
c Isaiah Cobblr.U 7. Bids for the service as are of fines,penaltiesand Corf.eiturea,1
A .so AGENT WaltonHolmes Daniel McLeod Ucheanna .Q Q V -. : preference, but those proposing changes therein two weeks. .* violations of'the alleged
Given under'my hand at the City.of Washington revenue, post office, or other
generaf'Bahw, in the State, respecting cc Angus D. McKinnon C6u will receive consideration. aws. %*-.:*" ,
for Wm. H. a 1 Q S 8. Offices established during the contract Period this twentl-inh"day of July,Anno Dominione ; 4.,For -S

grants and donations of.lands,.and the locationr ,' Owen Wilmll McllumI Cero r1J within a quarter of mile of the route are to thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. from the United securing Elates letters or patent from foreign for inventions Governments
thereof. 'u be without extra those further off MILLARD FILLMORE. -
selling .i CU.Cto.Cts.Cts.Cls.Cts supplied pay;' and procuring land warrants and pensions
ALSO AGENT u Ethelred Hewitt Not 50 miles 25 15 10 6 2i 14 at a pro'rata compensation. : By the President tJ. under the various pension-laws of the United
over :
Washington Washington Orange Hill 9. Bidders should specify the mode of conve BCTTERFrElD, ., States- ; ,
r;for the collection of Claims upon the United O James U. Tabr O Over 50 and not over ance intended to be used. When this is not doneit Commissioner of the General-zndQe.. 5. For collections .
800 miles 5030Z105 21 ; ;generally;embracing*'debts
."States for Military or other services, pensions, c Levi F.Mier Over 300, not over 1000 will be understood to be horseback.. TO PREEJIPTIONCLA1111ANT8. legacies,,and inheritances. ,ia the United ,States
/applies furnished volunteers and for horses or u Fre' Pima Mariana miles 75 4.30. 15 7i 3j 10. If the accepted bidders fall to execute con- .,. and foreign' ount e.6 *.- -
Jackson tract to and continue service ,
the United States Over 1000 not over2000 or commence agreeably For the purchase and sale of lands in :of
./ th property lost; for which c Samuel Stephens I miles 100 60 40 20 10..5 to their proposals, they, or their guarantors Every person n entitled to the right of preemption the States or Territories of the Union and any loaning
t. u Calvin Stephens c or sureties, will be liable to a suit,for the'damages to any of the lands within the townships and
.', William B. Over 2000,not over 4000 of the of townships above enumerated, i. required I moneys mortgage of real'eatat* lying
from parts
,ArusJackaonYfllo. East Florida. Calhoun Wyn Boutto"nu miles 125 73 50 25 124 61Over4000miles resulting a reletting therein. .
establish the to the satisfaction of the r'
William tbc15th to same
Crk 11. Contracts are to be executed by '. For investment foods in
150 90.60 30 15 7j lTnfteJ-5tate
I tt and receiver of the land office and
Elias IFrki day of February, 18.2. \ register proper ; and State stocks
an Ioamrscullectioa
./; Baker T.Bennett contain the bidder's make therefor as SOOM. as practicable- after olibe diti-
t; ? Jt HcRotert Arh'd Apalachicola DIRECTIONS. 12. The bids should name payment dends thereon, and generally fur the
,j LAW W. Spencer IU and residence, and, if a com D"o1fer. those of teetng thit notice,and before the day appointed of all business s'law
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR. Benjamin Lucas ." 1st. Weekly papers only, when sent as above each member of the firm, and should be addressedto for the commencement of the public sale of the pertainingto, loan; 1kl
**.v JACKSONVILLE. E:'FLA. Middle Circuit. stated,are to be delivered free in the county where tho First Assistant Postmaster General,and en- lands embraced in the tract claimed. otherwise banking All communications agency. ',addressed. -. ,ff r',
they are published; and this although conveyedin dorsed "Mail proposals in the State of-.** such claim will be forfeited, -" postpaid, to
of the Eastern ,
:'win. practice in,the Courts Gad den Jas. U. Quincy Messrs Palmer k Snethen. 'American; ad:Foreign -
Gicht the mail over 50 miles. For further particulars as to conditions of bidding BUTTERFIELD -
Judicial Circuit in the Supreme Court at Jack- Robt C O over Commissioner the General Land Agency. city of,W shsngton.will. receive. _
,iO 2d. Newspapers containing not 300. squai j and the forms of the contracts required, see of Office. and faithful attent'on. -
Samuel Love
"ionvffle, and in the United States District Court i O. McLean inches, are to charged one quarter the above advertisement for proposals for carrying the mailsin August 21, 1851. ,13t prompt -M-ALAIER..SffETHENrs

.f: the Northern District of Florida. Having' James Hugh E Broome rates. I Virginia,&c.,issued January 15,Idol. Office No.5 Carroll CapitolHiO.
LeonVakulla- _
T1e 3d. Publishers of newspapers are altered to 'N'K.-HAt..L. f1u ,
..efficient and reliable agent at Washington he ,O Oscar A. Myers exchange 10nwst'THE.JI0ST'CERTAINAND '.73. .5- .- -
p :
41 Alfred A.Fisher u free of postage,one copy of each number Postmaster General IOINSITf5: "IIDIAR -:;
'"rill prosecute claims against the United States only; and this- privilege nds to 'newspapers Post Office.Department,August 9, 1851.

4th. The weight of newspapers must be takenor ,
'tOL' 6 Wm.W.Mound u determined when state. REMEDYrFORTIIRCURE: Of: ". \VasblngtonfD.C. ;
they are in a dry BY .OF .
,*\ Being: permanently located at Jacksonville; he 6 Abijah Hall I 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive T. TVALKEK'Trin give" prompt"

will give his entire and unremitting attention to 6 .W m.U. Dnrden IJefern newspapers free of postage under their franking I UNITED STATES.. -OHR DIARRHOEA: JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY

Thomas J. Chace JMontiocllo'tt v
privilege officers and soldiers
iis profession, and all business entrusted to his Craven G. Fife I of .law I MILLARD .ILL- AND engaged
I 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle the IN pursuance in the FLORIDA W A .or in either of the .Lieu*
'are. I James R. Tucker 6 i party paying to any deduction from the above MORE, President of the United,States of DYSENTERYWhich WARS in which the u. States have been engaged,

'" .He will also"attend to any business as 6 John Wooten I'Mpdison rates. America, do hereby- declare and make. known, or ..War with.Great Britain 07 1812;-to
Alex'J McDonald that public sales will be hold at the undermen.
CouthoUle'u has ever been presented to the public. claims onr the U.States for Mitrri'BY'SERTICH,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Saml. R. Sessions Rattt of Pottage to be charged upon all transient tioned Land Offices in the State of F.LOKlDAat It stands upon its' merits and needs SUPPLIES, FE5SIOX9, LOST PEOPERTT, &e.,and to
of the I M. I the periods hereinafter designated, to wit rAt pwn no
Appointed by the Governors following To. Adrn- Ncwspajxn every other description( Printed ,: any description business requiring an Agent or
lt.a.e.to; take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgment Hamio J'ur Matter, except Newspapers and Periodical, the Land Office St. Augustine, commencing puffing. Ii"IT HAS NOT TAILED TO CURE'IN Attorney at Washington., For procuring Land

to be used therein : Robert L.Ivey U publiihed at interval not exceeding time month on Monday, the twenty-fourth day of November A SINGLE INSTA CE.-a Warrants,his charge will: be $&/ In Other eases

Wm..J.Dnca. and tent from the offict of publication to actual next, for the disposal the public lands siu HIS .Valuable 'preparation .is.compoundedfrom the charge will be proportioned to the nature,and.
: Maine,' Virginia, Eastern Circuit. and bonajide tubtcnben.NOTE. noted within the following named townships .and T several medicinal roots growing in the difficulty of the case.' '.

'.,... Vermont, North Carolina, Columbia Geo. S. Herbert Al1atr I. .'. parts of townships viz : -Wilds of Florida. It..5 PURELY arid WHOU.T He wUlalso act in connection .with 'Agents or
Massachusetts South Carolina tt S. Scarborough ora CI u Vegetable, and designed ESPECIAULT for the Attorneys in Florida, who may ..ba employed
South the base line
of and the
For ea.it '
A.J.T.Wrigbt u t t of principal Bounty Land and other claims which
York Georgia 6. of the above disease,, -The Inventor and Proprietor on terms
New Chas. F. Fitcbet NewnansvilleSaml additional ounce, or a meridian, -Is fully convinced that it. is an invaluable may be agreed upon.; 'Letters, [which 'should be
1' Pennsylvania; Alabama, Ahu W. Burnett fraction of an ounce, Q '. Medicine. .3n fact the test that he has it post paid) will receive immediate attention. *

i '" this table, an additional : sixteen seventeen, .(except,section thirty-one,)
Texa Duval Felix Jacksonville a Uhlnff *ncee with which it has met warrants
I Lrstn' I rate will be : a 2 s, a F and eighteen, fractional townships nineteen and him in saying thatittfa: a POSITIVE CURE. Notice, }

.' jan I.-tv.. .John G. Smith '.Ferry charged. 0 -Ii :; .g twenty, township townships twenty-one,fractional and township He has therefore come to the determination to TO :THE OFFICERS; AND SOLDIERS-
,and twenty-eight twen-
-, 6 Uriah Bowd.nMandarin a :- R : twenty-two "' .' place it within the reach of all,'knowing how many ""
OSOAR BART Naal Ja.T. O'Nell St. Mary's,Ga. _- ZOO 0 0 ty-nine;of range twenty-five. : sections. oiie two_ suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous OF- 'TIlE SEVERAL WARS S1XCE.
-Townships sixteen, -'S
Bessent (except ; Disease THE REVOLUTION "
I Woodstock particularly in the Southern and :
Ct. Cts. ,
Cts. Cts. Cts.
ltl eleven twelve
seventeen and
and ,
) ; eighteen, '
:: ": :.A7TORNEY.AT LA IV, C'A.. J. Braddock One Western State,.-. ., recent'Aet'of '
under 1'2
: oz. or 3 4 >S (except sections three, four,five, six, Seven;and BY Congress; sol
Court-house t John'stt Gad Humphreys St.Augustine Over I oznot over2 01. 2 4 6 8 .10 eighteen,) fractional townships nineteen twenty, In purchasing my Indian,Loxectist" be (who have not received):'ai*.entitled
Gfiee tho Second upon. I *1" II S. 8 6 9 12 15U mywritten signature on BOUNTY LAND
and twenty-one,,and townships twenty-eight,,and -, fof sefvicw of one monthor
street.1W1LL tt B. '.eIutna the *
Fowyih Canova label;
4? Raphl 3". II 11 4" '4 8 12 16 20II twenty-nine'of range twentysix.Townships more; thewidoW1l,,ad mhio .children'of those
practice in the- several counties of tb. Jel Brush Iatatk 4 II II 5". 5" 10, 13 20 25 seventeen, eighteenn1neteiiand I refer the.public below to a few certificates se deceased,are also entitled. .The Subscriber-will
W. Fitch -4' G" IC .6".6 12 .IS24 ,30., ( sections to' looted from among- many received from respectable undertake, at moderate
twenty except twenty-seven a
Eastern Circuit of and attend to the tweety- compensation-
Florida I R-oberlT. Boyd I, citizens of Jacksonville.-. -,
U i. ,
46" 7" 7. J.I 21: 28 3J nine. and thirty-one to thirty-four) and section .r claims of those interested: ilavjng been employed -
4 eoDectibn' of cWmi against the United States for OrangeSt. 4'. William Capbel Enterprise "4 7." ,4 II 8" 8' 16 2t 132' 40 one. intownship.twenty-one-of range twenty- ', / EGBERT TQtNSETt.P in public offic Wr several years, his experience

Military services, and for Horses lost, or other Hel A. Mellonville .4' 8 IC !' 9".. 9 18 27' S6 4 seven. ; ; .,' S. Planters should not be without this rain- in'soch matters,will enable him. to- afford.great

'property lost destroyed.by in said service. Lade I' Sipln. New Smyrna I 9 CS. If IO 10, 20. '30. '40. 50, Township'seventeen, (except sections four'and able !edicine. Every family ought to keep,it facilities to claimants for LA2DrA4"iOPES-

'r ,'Also,claims for pcnjtions tr H Go. .S.Ierman five) of range twenty-eight. -. on hand..< ---' SlONtf; and save them a great deal,of troubleandeipenser
J1ier.or Marion Wm M. ; DIRECTIONS. Fractional township seventeen,Jwest of. St. A. M. REED principal Agent. for Jackson- Where he obtains'nothiBg.no

,.':it widows and orpfcmi of deceased.ldr I Robert M'Gahsgb Ocala '1. On every.tenE newspaper'eal d ..clrcnlar ; John's river, [except sections five, six, thirty-five ville. '. charge is made tAll'letters post-paid will receive
claims for bounty land to sol Buok'I and thirty-six,] and township eighteen, [exoep'sections prompt Dtion.&Dd the :'forma' and
A officl 44, Edmund handbill, engraY Dgpamphlet, < the widows and orphans of deceased oft 'U 5. E. Helvenston FlemmingtonSimeon magazine, book,and>every other-description of two to twenty-nix one to three:and;eleven thirty-five to fifteen/ twenty. .H Jibssosviuji. ,E. F.r August45th, ISSlf; ,instructions. -- "-J-seaL ; .: .."l'

fleers and I.YY' Harvey. Waocassossa.Sheriff printed matter,the above rates must in all cues andthirty-eti. ,] Dear.Sir I.This wiU inform i 3ENXETTAU'. -'.
.edier. of range twenty-nine. '-" -. yon that one bottle .
t. < be to the t' WashinglonT
I prepaid,according weight.v
lo, give attention'.to conveyancing, Fractional townships'.thirteen'and: fourteen of of yourmedicine, cAUedIw>JAlh Loxacuar,-Was ,October 1S50J t .* "r J'
;. hi 44 -if
2. U which'the
R. Wattenon, Tx As'r Ft F'ng hanover any printed matter oh J .
permanently ured two .,
cxaming titles.and.records, and ascertaining :, postage is required'be.prepaid shall through range. thirty-two. ormy negroesiof a severe ,, -S. -- '_ --R-> 1-
,! .. Southern (rcuit.llboro' the inattention Postmasters, 'otherwise be .jractiona1townshipiflftceE; and .Sixteen, 'of attack rIJy sentery. .I.consider it an excellent ,- ; :" 1; I
t1d. Simon Turman.. sent without prepaymentth0 same shall be charged range thirty-three." ;'.: medicine tor.'his complaint and take great. -pleasure ,, -SeaWand (? 'ttonGInL. .'.
entruste te him will Tamp in --
with it to the :
@ ractional recommending
14art1n-Cunninbam townships sixteen and publio.
met with double the above rata .V ,, : HESUBSCRIBER Jakei tils'epportsnUy
>pronipt atUntioo; and ''ll'tnmie.fwrgm "4 BenJ. J. Hagler. 3.Bonnd books and :parcels of-printed--.mAtter; townships nineteen, and twenty: of rone_*.,thirty-- .O. .J Respectfullyjrours--: _, ;:to Inform the planters of.Long Sbple.Cot-

; beexMKted.by..,b.w1'Deat.aneide lemalo..Pe.GWi Aunta, not weighing-over 82. ounces, shall be deemed four.Fractional' =* '- f-s; -, --, "T' 0.:A,. t_'rjjj. D.lER.NANpEZ" -',". tons that he still continues nannfxetare Of the
eighteen nineteen
*" townships -
t + and .
mailable matter: :
$ latest improved ROLLER HORSErCJPJS
p 'o i: ;\ ;- :,": NathanIel M.'Moody*' j"- 'erlodlcala published< at' Intervals not exceedIng twenty, ofrange thlrty-five.. ,.-.- : : '' Jat&t usual ratM*ad ii xeady ,to.D
"wl.c 'J .iSi.. tf' ; Monroe .t. Benjaotlneawyer -.J ; .- ,.J" 'C $I bleendsiaglst-hIa
'' y" ,.& ;,- ._- ,iJaines KeiWel three months, and sent from the office of pub Sections three,tenfourteen, M.UrwU.1 lication to actual and bona three, t"enty..txthirt-be,' and-thirty-six, in pleaaare that .""For'the Gins the fol
: I 'f( 'Robt. : : .fide subscribers; are announce to the Public that I have been repntafldnoftbe ,apply to
J"A y. H. 1 John cko' ft* to be charged with one half the rates mentioned, township thirty-five,of range orty'"r:' "f> ally cured of the distressing complaint called effeetu' lowing Agents,;Or to those who:_have. .them In-nit,
Fractional Dn-- '
; Dade'WinjI.. } in the last above table and prepayment of a qnai townships thirty-seven, thirt1elghta.nd eJery !'the. ,:.:" -.AGNTS i. ."''
Hflliard recommended *
T WASHINGTON ;} ,' ienned of
thirty-nine, [ section4 tour to
.., t.. .; "-'1, ,, 'CalelV.Le, I tor's Periodicals postage published thereon must at intervals iu all eases'of be required'than' of, range forty-one/except' seven" ',!. Mr,: .. PoinHtt., J had resorted to many things ViI i. nf '&-AtOlt&j CentetriHagev Ga,,', f.. :
more but
jd6'\'' < ___ i .? : .,. rf' I three months are charged with the full rate,which Fractional township thirty-elght/of range'for- of no avail Iwas induced to try his .very .Capt; B. R.ByUiewoM,Beoufor .QScott ;;- ,

ftp ,> WiU1aitiE.'Kennaugh, ., N. '- must be prepaid.,." .'. -. -tJf ?-two. v .. r. palatable and pleasant Medicine,and to-my great &DeVeaux, CharUst n;3..C *" tTison
/ _
., ;: : -' i And ex' fficlo> ."Tax- Assessor. and. Collect .r. owi-ln oaselhere' is?on.r la r '. : tf I V ?* ) *" satisfaction was .completely;cured within_a.few &Hamsv Ocala,E..F1or1da.l.r'! Nt .
or 19J h. line'and
HQTE'L '- any newspaper, thybase east of the princi- days, and have not been troubled since with b '
t XEA*. i"1.S rMJsrtvAJiuCj V : pmodi a.1'pa.mphtet,(r ethef.'printed'matter -i- 1 { ** thatso Fernandei.-Biabee & Co.Jacksonrilles,2e,.
'* 'Ms attention paper--connected therewith :or &!l7l Ctt *.tt***' __ much dreaded disease.: V" K.R; Dukes, Pa1aU ,&.F. 'i, .; {
n4ujnes the irtfififyjaient anyznanuserjpt of .I
> to '
give prompt t. > DYJNGAND SCOURINGESTABLISUMENT -- lam happy to other Immediate" 1':. ; t. > <-
: I any kind by which Information shall beasked for, Township four,. [cxcap't sections one to Sve; .say cures nava s-not&coianDa '
and'ptia of claims before Con- : .communicated in writing;or by marks eleven to fourteen and twenty-three.;twenty come under my-ownobservation''Within-&'few .&LibhckCo.iAlligtor: ,K. F.
or signs, ,'
*cmsor, wry ; xeUfe' Deportments... ,JfO. ,T3 YOR87lE' '. I the said newspaper, periodical pamphlet;or other five,]of range twenty-five" X days.1 great Amount cheerfully add mymiW:with to..tbe:already Lartingr&. .UathtonJ9Wuda3... 1 .
testlmoar- regard- >
: printed matter becomes subject t T fetter .Townships two and three; fractional town to J yoaj C. un'1, .&_. d' -
S1JL1 irIsIzg from the, nerolutlonaryFlorida! ;. (REAROF' postage; ValBableMedicine ... .1. --.j .-!
Y : ,) I and its\ tbe.dnty of the' Postmaster, to remove .ship four Ppf. oEgo twentysixTownitup .. : ". -- lanj.Teseettll.&ekl---- -, ,.u. ..fIC.J..;.;' -
.r P Wa-l"d Reolutl Half- SAVANNAH; GEOv I the wrappers and envelopes from all printed mat; :one,east'ofj NU8&U'riyerJ'ex: ip| To.EsPoJnaettlEjq.r : -- -; *EAaNJr. \ 'EXTRA'Btffsi jam: :Bac HS3rea- _'bad .
q7&.r ) or Army; ter and pamphlets notcharged with loiter postage: keotions one and twelve,] and fractions of town 1' : subscriber, at moderate:tat Persons>antrtg

Bantjliud'cr', wider law; of Ttb. 11, ALtxANDEiALLOAY; I for the purpose of ascertaining'whether5'there' is ships twon4'three,.:',west;01."Amelia 'riv. r..,.ill V* $osiTitw,'May 21, 1851. Gins. or Gins repaired,pkasr-direc*'to'Areats,
hi thanks to his friend upon or connected with"u1'uch'lIrinted matter .range twenty-eight., V r Dear Sir eOllalder ,.. -.' 11'. .:- .sUd
WTiSf Anjnsno, ls; Arrearages of Pay :RETURNS *. *,for the v t is to bo a matletvofduty; '
WtAft 4u.ret1. &e has received since he commenced or in'lUCh'' packago"n1"'U1 tt r' or thing-wblijb At the Land
Volunteers f-C.or business in this )in U..nd would state to his would authorise require! the- charge/ ? sing on Men>yi the third day of November next very violent attaoi a\VtoltIWM wwb* Wlbi a ,J ,' ., ;:1a Wt_.
} 1
Tort'M4 friends,and the public that during hjs rfttocf.postagethereea.. ;N,SQUALL for ,the .disposal, of ,the public landsaIraterj Xa!r two Pb1tcmrIafld 'rendered, ; "I'
dltiiedj. sue enable 1it
ter'lJrti late visit to London and Scotland he iPoptmuterGcnervJ. w1t1it thaiindermentloncdtownshIpi'* to 40' work. 811' j ".r"i-X" "ii...v i1t "Vi!i
tt ny a.kiavM hat acquired Pbsr ndpsrw. any 'f to"Wtr, whet bout tG ., \
,bll.i OmcE DEriBtMBSr Jnrie 14 of; ; ) wii"a
1851.- wit 's :t-"J
improvements townships'to sit "
coriacotadwith give of obtatnr
: jo .
Into relict 'WhIt
errlce j .rou c )' -"- > '- T* ..V. 'J'ADJUUaSTIXATOR'S '*--** I he&rd 0.1. : 1.Id" T.: Jt'i.V
Warolu< AND-FRENCH; CLEANING .. South; ofi'thi: 'twe ) '- otvout UI4NL04ECUST. an.t. th.. ,
lf 3 1 'u-fj
j j' w an< he I
t.0fT e &.,,i' which be trnsU wl.enable him-to give 'general -- NOTICE, ; al vvri4ian" .'fI-. ,.. of I Bome$'baa hUttlr restored Uo hea1t f ,- '<. .. a. ._. 'I ,-
.l. 'satisfaction1 to 'please f favor ttonths' date' :thi ; : muola'plOUUrt to NOOnunend'O\l1 Medicine ,. .wiot.saT.*.tJ ZAUI i'ii.QI$
may him r IwiU'ipply.to Hob. .
t. fowiaa&lM '
1,5; itlag the-forms-neeemry fo a: proper with thi patronage/." J.fettSS18 .-. of'Probate Nassaucounty: for liemissions east..Fractions bf.the.Snwannee of river thliteeifiad,of .'fourteen,1.lYo J' ; -' 'Yours"hcnD,9.n&c. I1tNJA11IN.t nCU'LT UU t J\VJD.a.' -: ,xnj W : f C.

".F'' ct; of"d&lu31, 'together' wtu, Ji )1eanect aDd dyed v&tious?colors-Onmi, 10.,as;'efuaflMi teg1v.lOad to.. Geiger;"doce-.ed as Administrator. ant Iaopre.outny etth.estate.of'aeoonnU Mary 7 Fraction of township six,east Ithe Suwanneever'seetlo To'Poitt,1. -i-: .fIi .:;." ., ;. ,:w ,; < : ); LuJ .

y the, Table.Covers cleaned o ,.'e4t'as tad vouchers as said Adminutrator.1 AH perwns ; 'one"twelve;thtrtee"". '+ /'" .J4elt* ItYt.J'* 7tLRS1rauIirep ; .J.poa. j BrttanU'"
/; be '.Gentlemen's ; to fwenty.-slx. tfldltblrty-fiT.aiid.tt) *,:. ,5- ,' \J ": .3- ,:'
: A4l4" 'e ; may required. gannens renovated rinsclalml. against Use lta.'te'ar&d11l111 tlftoclt of -\De : ,, ot eons' '- ;:: :
1' "I rr. IB the game good style tt formerly so as.not to be -. '.fACOB. GElGER.Ad1n'r. : fifteen-saldrirer.ivtownshlpaleveR}section* two*teog. pai" thia'O.'Pia Alt 1000f "INDIAN.LOX say '.Lt dt-olCook S'm.&Dd K>_ $''

''J.ri t.t '1 ; .. .n anrpaaaedbysnydoneatthsNortb. or''dyed as May 2111' : "-.'61ft',:. >W',. .. .., : ..". 'twontY-li, twenty-one;ind' tbirt-tw twenty-two.to tttyfoutsL twent-Iu8I;,b LTJST'Ut I. the hM I Ii,. ..t '...>fbl"th" ,". the most approved pa tera*,ifor fifcflHws,
': t" ( r. maybe required? Ladles;bonnets dyed :black .--' -' ; rfd river 'ft dis.aiein4 I I ft t the bteIa,,and 1hi .J aa an Q&b.* titond.e P"1'4.
., Q,given "t.s 1 cleaned and pressed in ft superior styla.' Ladles' 'Noti i. : ; : J to ten, fifteen township to& twelve;i and and section* three p1I9., +t'l ,-.,'.* hiJ1 U o -.
and Gentlemen's.Kid:'Gloves cleaned'afterth FLEMING would'InfonnfltiVctUseni' twenty-two thirty indithlr* iWti id.:1Rt .t101L Or SUes trG: '
: neia { l.u otJ _
: Dtt. ty township 1JT : .
en.-otrMgo ;t.
most ,
KpproredXiODdon fashion. : JI Faroe and'LHt Be
'Creek '
;; iIi&oanjtef Mr. : ,alici vicinity that ;CapO; .Townzpsfourteand Attain,;o rteLa. ..\ .'"H: It4
M.KIZL TmPlate.SMeC1roI4-.W-
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hosbeeo ftppolnted'Agent for has ..
Buddlngton consented to act as hlr Agent in f4,4r "cf "j t* -" v V "- t'* *- .
i 11 required.. the above establishment and.will' attend to the the sole of his.house and lot"and In the collectionof > W fourteen and fifie'inftexcept ;J.! ;(It4 .1 n1Jo\ft'in a rif .CASijpurchJwawof..Tin W.
reception and delivery of work In:Jackson villa accounts kecttoni ." ... .,. Aec-.1.' I. at tow as Uwy-ewn batlaiwher
;, IJ tust1vr4Irs tind. Individuals indebted to him are respectfUlly nineteen and i1.'fof"t. ;i f'S '- prloesMU ; .
A t.eit"&f1d
-c.g t twenty-nine to
#ron the surrounding country. Terms moderate. requested to make immediate settleneut. two,] alteen. thirty. ueaf fJll, Thf 111,Ia oatbt thretof *..Orders from Florida Sonkk .
range '
#I+ & 1850.' tf 'c' < .. ,- > < "August, 1m: .Sections thirty-three to thiy.axo1? my children were dangerously with.thDys.n. and the interior, areeoItjLy.Au.295 tr' ..
wnshrp Diarrhoea '
lery or
for about six
h. t week- : I tried 1850. tt