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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: December 18, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
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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 )
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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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upon thfe.farorable: auspices tinder any obligation of duty to ..rntercede-Jor the: prbensioniwluh ith p"I e : goref. WDtp:>rm.ission.:for4he Ra1igrans tTurkih" *, original>atej': etf pleteaec I rdinj& the\ "N .\ _' -r

which you meet, tot your first 1e 0n. O r'cottt liberation pardon 6ffilch 1:persons tw are: not flt.t'rn, .aY .W" ttenteprjsontd witlafnthe dom of pTa ;Themisof coramnaicatlan' aU i'm ftfiand ,:i(, thht
>trf to It peace withal 1 Jnenrerld. The 4 offender*against the'!.law of natiojaae4the .. "uc. aba \ iWie J ; rt -- ', 9 oI tjbe will',be further j improved* ; "hose who promoted: and
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laws of i ? ,,: understood ',bataconsjdeyg part wonld"end to'.Welt '
tei&tKnf which foratiznjbrateedto the United States" Tbee dp ; ,0Ji.Utf.Xlrcb'I: : -u."tfi St "
aTstair th.fraternal relations which1* teak few* must 'be .executed,. If?we desife;,lp !Ib:iW l ; 'lution.t,1tlHjns ztqiistThg: 'the f! of.the* railroad' across the:.Tetbjnua' of Panama tion of, thiscontrary,1 onuj1i emanAL -
f Of ba>people, is fast sabsidin& uuf*year maintain tJffrresJ !abinty aioong.the' natkQ8 '' d. ': Q r.14 \JI.4-'t I\th bkmplment'of' apd fcas been:cotnpleUd;'and that: the';"mail fforei: nee of citursirt4

*cf general prosperity and heaUh has"tr wn- fthe earth, '.hijrie. o enforce We'l4dg the4pibd .iifF e1'i1:'t gus cod'ut& ; Lou-a thereon.passengers,inn 4r in future, be conveyed' \' Prod. u Dt ..i.iw J
. ed the nation with nnoBual blessin None steadily and steraJrJh.enenfraliry acj&pasfi; e. froth atiCh-asapciates In'Captfrityr hJclerer, ; U j V' Thfiegoinr 'fact weT&nttj
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a Deadlock bade,to the daueii whichreorforwardtothebiightpropecte. ed by Coueres, 'na toiollow-a fauamaf iawI 'thsityUa 'The. tmCtt oujrib6tyreferred16ras coin- ef theBCTerarroata between 'lIoW'iDconteatib thltth.Ith" ieft1lit* .
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passed, be, the violation pf those acts MBithcppdignpunishment d1usteItsat"w.. -r- rtViSte; ..1 trea'\\nthucl the haY theWdteoelns'-may aUoWtH prote 'mosttliglBTfriorrtrarellers foIowe&ibe soption f t .1'On.
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$tionat the a*ie tine tfeatthe must be Jon- But whaffireta peculiar.criminality to h-t .tilr dd from prison %> thegfofhxt Septem. Mexico and 'Gulf of 'con, Xaws fa EIoreign'demand '
with this; invasion of Cuba that under thtof jieta bere tcari4wflI L- -* coast on thu Pacific, thera/is I ( for-: the" 'pro uc.afth.
pressed *grateful sense of oar profound m&1ftll.iU under&lIgeurn.staitbeanat th9 mbarkefon bbard pf the tni- little reason tb donbf,
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obligations to a beneficent PrTidence,wboee'paterna1 SpanWr'sabjects and with the at4"6t cfU'zeos y-r ? ** < tpril1clp)' i' ted. "Stites.M' $ .friiafe,'Mississippiwhich beefuT'tftb >pblkiand all of them will American farmer has igesdot decliA d,**
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care is so manifest ialhefcappiaesa of Ae Uaited States, it had its origin? lhar oa.erery Tegulaly :.docuinented''meftnanl eWcted to'carry into effect the 'tesoln- reward tbiV' WiU liberally! thethort ejopstn 'cboseqflent famine Hr a

,.-J-this hi r-tavonA land.t "f with maayfin mo tires'f cupidity} .>Moneywas ,- yes, tKe'crew/whq'nif igite.tVanA.v '' !ICbogresa,, Governor Kqssuth ,left 'a,ne-they hav vidual'enterprie; been\Q/" by whit )1&E4ktulWroi Portiott'4o-1Iuope baYcfti: ppt1f.f&
f e:6ttcetbeelQM of the last Congress advanced 'by. indyriduals probably/ i4 v- J. p wiJDdthea r5tee- thaiiSitGibmiter are 'expected to ai Comparative ab
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tb.inCtbans aztber forn'reeideotin considerable Amounts, ta,. Cuba tofl, befiawhiei i4pve"them. No .bf"'m iiltf'a; 'riitto'England, andnay4.* Peace Has" been f" '* 13.,1 :v
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;.. .who wcre,. d_' boadfe u Ibex katt>Jbeea.calIeaVSBB9ed/by \ 'b ajilovnrf'fqbe'Tiijted 1 shortly be cnnclnd! \ between the It wilf be seen, kr rcnrglbee61.
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... tlepattffleot of StatS'he- coetndingares,'*nd iti. Boped in 'UBofi te'iaQd adorable 1t.baiia.Domingo .Lmefcial' statistics fgr Th r. that*,

instead- 61.-" r. inoiridtfah borboafj), 'or. has expressed his',acknowledgment .Suth uTthje ale t of ur o Dsa J re t"- .. .our..sti4 ilt 5'em tn1.
.}bare again; abuse!,the 'p1ta1ityQf.this; IlCt nd.i; dpnWic prp}.OVibabt eaither he !d; .miceesseft for the interposition of thtsgoferomeatin .tiona whit that W' ,' hattb U iteFSIt. $40 o .
TCouatryVby theAceietrf *bafeex.kindan4 the'nstal behalf of OOtrVer, thi Ua&ef that'ejptut:
toeequip f esources of of any foreign natioh'overAmericanressels himself arfd his associates: This canwjt:faiftb feel rtntell8f in1ttranquility. 'for the'f
,tnent of another Uitaryiexpeditkn ,igaiast' the pebble! and overnent.of that island, on the ,cbasta of the United States, ountry has been justly'regarded as a safe 2'O---- :- ear wed neral*ifer'Tnis* *An***-
islbat possesskm iOLS Ibet ;inwbkA from whaterer source*tobft' derived or thereat: thereto. will be asylum for those whom any "efeaa'g demaa l rr.'
Catholic-.taajesty : were adjacent It aef n political events hae The office of Commissioner to China'* ticle, but to the ebon cop of,the'
"they i>were i mn ced,;. fJtI and pledged as weIlss1the.goedait pf/4he by the last communication from the Britis!} I IJed.fro their own homes icuEurope;; and maToWunJfinedjJ; several Spersons' Bare been year'which created an increased preceding'
joined by citizens of the5United>SW si ;0aTOceiring / peDtnent xpected-t bUstabjshed',. All Charge d'Aft rsto the'Department of States [it,is_recommenced to Congre : to 'consider 'appointed and the place""has been oflerfto Mat augment 4.l' for the demand'Of'l last
intelligence bat wdtdesijnsjrereeatertaweoVI thk1asAsof paYl, it-is 'evifffnt, were that he is authorized to assure the Secretaryof in what manner Governor Koss th and his others;all of whom hare.declined its"ep. year. 'Should* cotton5 crop '

lost t jnotthne irf*issuing socn 1 Ofllyt4.be'obtained bjr a process of blood- State, that every care -wilj be taken.that, companions, rough thither ty its authority, tance,' the ground"of..MI.1n( de t Jacy' of forWard to aaDMtBe oiJly e crop'ndw'MitMr aaf in
&instruction: t?Ihe p :;ttbe VII:-'.shedr war,and rerohiti6n$:. None will deny in executing the preventive measurSs agathst shall be received andtreatedV, > '* the compensation. 'TTwuarrnjiil allowance to that of quantity be
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Pied States** seeu&to.b icalled for fcjr.l4teccasJea 'Ibat.those who setjpn foot military expedi- the expeditions s which the United soterDQ1ent gltfs' earnestly to be h6j5ed that the dif- byJaw is sixnBeusandaolIaratWlftBere at the present.,p'ri "precedIpgand here vobld be sold
,_"B ;the* >bJdamalioa, aVobpy offf tie: foreign .States*by means like. Itself has denounced as.not being I. rerence which hare for,some time past. beenpending' is no provision'"for any outfit; I earnestly falling otf1 ih> valoftoToBr es for\he ft
whichii Screw itb submitted;t*Jsor.Varaed_ these;arelar more culpable than. the igno- entitled to the protection of any government between the governmnt of the recommend .the'consideration'of this sub. resent fixaWear of at least exports$40,000,000
those&tiiightbi.veigle4 I'J It t.i: V5 > rantjand Jtecessltous whom; they induce jio interference shall tal j pl ce with Erench republic and that of ;Sandwich ject to Congress. Oflrcorffmerce withChina tdmpared with the amount
into J'-ICbeiDe bf ita'n_ to go forth?as the ostensible parties in the the lawful commerce of any,'nation. Islands, may be peaceably and durably ad IS .highly important,'and* is befpminff more year ending 30t53ju; 1851.exported"x -forth
,.,acter, Ube penkiee w da thewoIncur. tdI proc edln. These originators ofthe. .nva- In addition .: the correspondence on this justed'so; as' to secure the independence and more so, in consequence''of' the n.ctLslng The productioeTbf gold in Catil mja.lor yo:
: 'F f aoae fmeeeireasb.to ''ion of.Cuba seem to have determined, with subject herewith submitted,'official Information those islands. Long before the events intercourse bet een''bur on the past stems to ,
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hope that these l measures hM-sufficed'to presrirentany coolness and system, upon an undertaking has been received at Department of which have of late impared so much im the Pacific coast and. Eartern*" sia. China ply 6t that meal from that quarter for sometime sup

uch'aOempt: hope,,hoW ye{, which ehonkldisgdce their country, violate State, of assurances ythe French govern portance to the possessions, of the United is understood to be country' in which liv to come* This .proved t be deluare/WVery 'early mother its laws, and put to hazard Jbe lives of ill- ment that, i$ the orders given.Jo-the French Stales on the Pacific, .we acknowledged the ing is very expensiYe.'and I knqwof 'no' theworld moat'be att b-
Inbrning of the thib4'o7\August, i steamer informed and deluded men. You will 'consider naval forces, they were expreS6lynsgucted, independence of the Hawaiian government.is reason why the American :Commissioner Je4 with its usual results. 'JThese hare been
called'the Pampero departed from Nevy Or- whether further legislation be necesssJ in' any operations they might.engage in, to Gofernmsnt was first in taking that sent thither'should not be placed in regardto already'partially disclosed 'inib: fn anee
-le>ns for r.Cuba baring board; pwards of ry to prevent the perpetration of such 'offences respect the flag of the Uni&td &tates wherever step, and several of the leading powers of cpmpenxatioo, on--an tq footing wilh ment of prices and a1 rising spirit of specula*
< four hundred armed men with evident intentions in future. it might appear,,and t9 commit no, Pf Europe' immediately followed. We Wre ministers who represenf',tbis country at the tion and adventure, tending to orertradihgTaa
make war upon the authorities of No individuals have a right to hazard the hostilit/jjupbn any.vessel or armament ,ira- influenced in this measure by the existing courts ofEurope. well! at home.as abroad. Unless some'earatary .
";ntheJsland' This eiieditio* .was set on foot peace of the country oi-tor*violate. its laws erjts protection. and prospective importance of the islands "By referenced: the Keporfb'f the Secre- Kftk baU be"grVen 'theseJehden
ein abe violation of the laws of the Uni- upbn vague notions of altering or reforming Ministers and consuls of foreign nationsare asa place of refuge and refreshment for our taryof the Treasury, i it will be1 Seen that ties' it iS to be feared Hhat importati'bnV'iof*
.ted States. Its leader was a Spaniard, and governments in other States., This princple the means and agents .communication vessels engaged in the whale fishery, and the aggregate receipts for the. last fiscafyear- foreiga goods bevond a healthy 'demanfln
j>-several of the chief officers, and some others IS not only reasonable' itself,and in accordance between us and those nations, and it is of 'by the consideration that "they lie' in th'!,,e.I"'tLmodnted'to-52,312979 87j wpiwith this country> utJead; to a suJa>n"'drain of
engaged in it, were foreigners. The persons with:public law, but is engrafted into the utmost importance that, while.residing course of the great trade which must, at'no Ae bata ce ia'the TreastirV on the 1st [ the precious fi&tala tooifns, bringing with it,
composing it, however, werevmostly citizensof the codes ofother nations as well as our own. in the country, they should feel a perfect security distant day, be carried on between the July, 185(1( gave, as the available'miaHs for as it has dolie in formet times,the most disavtrons J.
the.United State But while such are the sentiments of this 80 long as they faithfully discharge I western coast of North Ame/ica and Eastern I the year, the suipijf.-$58l917,52-fM.' consequenees to the tusirl ss and'eapi-

Before the expedition set out and proba- Government It may be added that every independent their ,respective duties and are euiltv-of no Asia. .The- totaLcrnniii'tnr n '-TT--f----.-.-.*,?tnt,-*..uv fK. tmo< iw"4V .Fv-_ tal" f The American people.' -" -;!V
4t4Ay before it was organized slight insurrectionary nation must be presumed to be violation our l lavgs. This is the''admitted We were'also.influenced by a desire that rial-were J8,005,878 63:' f' ?; The exports of specie to liquidate ur-Ior.
movement, which appears to bare able to defend its.possessions against unauthorized law of nations, and no country has a deeper the islands shdijld not pass uifder'the control The total imports for the.year'f"nding'-3Oth eign debt during the past fiscal y a bare '
been soon suppressed, had.taken plate l i in the individuals banded together 40 at- interest in maintaining it than the' United .of .fly other great dl'aritim&Statebut June, 1851," were $215,755,995 I been $24,263,979 over the amount "of '
eastern quarter of Cuba. The importanceof tack them. The Government of the Unit States. Our commerce spreads over every should remain in in independent'tohditibn i [Of which there werelirlpeefe 4,967,901The imported. The etpo/ts of;.peciVdnnng specie
this movement was unfortunately much. States*.t aU- times since its sea and visits every clime, and ou( ministers and so be accessiblearia.ujefulJto the"iDe'rce **'!; exfbrtfforfUie sam* >. the first 'quirter of the presteni fiscal year
exaggerated in the accounts of it published has abstainedand4iaa sought to restrain-the and consuls are appointed to protect the interests of naG ns I need not say that the"1 nod were. "4 ** .ii4i/ $21717,130 havih&n $14,651,827. Should JecrC con--

inthiscountry*that these adventurers seem citizens of the country, Jrom entering into of that commerce, as well as to guard. i importance of theeohsdetations[ had been i or which, there, were *' tinultb be exported at this rate for'the"remaining
*ia have been led to believe thai the Creole .controversiesJtetween other .power, and to the peace of the1countryand mantain the enhanced bother sudden' andS ast development -' 'of il nestic** ** three Quarters of this year,'iflwfll

population ofIhe, i island Qptx>nly desired to observe all the duties of neutrality. At an. hoBQtof its flag. But ,how can they.' discharge -. .which'the nteresls 'of Jthe' United ,products $178 G 46,555..a drain from our metallic currency during the
throw off)Ibeanthorijy of the mother country Keajrly peiiof the Government, In the administration these duties unless ihey be themselves States have attamedin CaliforniaindOfe- Foreign'goods v., *. y -ending 30th' June 1852, the'eU nn' .
"' / bad resolved upon that step, and had of Washington, several- laws ;. protected; andf protected, it must be gon; and the policy heretofffra adopted Tn\e- 'f -ported 9.T38,795 # amount of $58,607,308. i .
,t&egun a well-concerted enterprise fbrxfiecj were passed for this purpose. The main by the laws of the country in, which theyreside. g&JI17to'those islands*.will he"*.ste.d'lt! pUrsued -lSpetfle"*' 'O.SSlfSSO !t Iruthe present prosperous condition of;theetatioisnances

ting it. The per t.onscngaged in the expedi- provisions of these laws were re-enacted by .. And what is due to our own public : f J" ". : : $217,51714< it will bemethe datf ofCongre.vrio
tion were generally'young and ill-informed. the act of Api 1818, by which, amongst functionaries residing in foreign nations is i It:'J! gratllying nor only to1 jhoS 'Who T>irice'thTlstof December last'the pa>*. consider the best mode of pay
The steamer in which they embarked left other thing declare that if any per- exactly the measure of what 'u due to the conside/ tbe'commvcial .iotetest ol"nation3' mints i injcash on'account of the'public debt,'" urigofi: 'the public defy. If the present and
New Orleans-stealthily and without a clear- son the territory or jurisdiction fanctionaries of other governments residing but also to all who favor the progress of exclusive' interest, hare amounted to $7- :anticipated surplus in,the Treasury; should
ance. After touching at Key West she proceeded of the United States, begin, or set on foot, here. As in war, the bearers of flags of knowledge and the, diffusion of religion) to]*50r,456'56; ; which, however, Includes 'the | fat be absorbed by.Appropriations of'an!; extraordinary -
to the coast of Cuba and, on the or provide, or prepare the means for any military truce are sacred, or else wars would be iu- see a community emerge, from a savage sum of $3,242,400 paid ttndei1 the 12th articleof character, this surplus should be
night between the 11th and 12th of August, expedition or enterprise to be carried termjjable,,eoyr peace.etubassadors, public I 6tateandjittain such'a degree of civiliiatroniu the 'treaty with Mexico, and the further employed in'such way,'and 'under'such' restrictions -
landed Ihe persons on board at Playtas,within on from thenc tri or do- ministers, and consiils,charged ,with friend- : those distant seas. S su1iY' $291,2I3'45\ being tKramuunTdfj" ;as Congress .may enact; n: extinguishing .
'about twenty leagues of Havana. minion of.zny foreign pric. or State, or of ly national intercourse, are objects of especial It is 'nuch to' be fPJOre4.t1.lIifJ.Jl awards ta'American'citizens.'under.the late outstanding debt of"the bation.
*r ,The main body of them proceeded to,'tad any colony, disrict o with whom respect and protection, each according to nat 'tranquility! of,'the"Mfexlcartrrepublicshould treaty with Mexico; for which"the 'issue'of I- By reference to the' act of 'CongTesa ap-

..,took: possession of, an inland Tillage, six the United are at peace,'-eterjfe person| the rights belongiug to .is jank and station.In again be seribusty disturbed; 'for, stock was authorized, but which was paid proved. 9th S iteniber,1850'it will be seen
leagues distant, leaving others to follow in 1charge 1 offending shall be deemed guilty of a high, view of,these inipoHant(principles, it isWith since the pe between that republic afid i irt cash',fjt>;th LTreasury. 2>M'I I that,in consideration of certain eonceasTons
of the baggage as soon as tEe means misdemeanor, and shall be fined, not exceed-' deep mortification and regret I an the United States, it had enjoyed michniparatire The publie'debtron the.20tbrjaltirao.J by theState? TeX is, profided:that .
transportation cfeald be obtained. The ing three thousand dollars, and imprisonedcot nogncejo you that_d r lg.the excitement repose that'the' mast favorable anticipations elusive of the stock authorized to be issued IhV'Uaited Ktattet haO pay to the State pt
latter, hating taken up their tine of march more then three years; and this law has growing out of 'the executions at Havana,' for the future might, with! a degree to Texas by the act of 9fh'September, 185D, Texas/tb sum of ten millionstifv"dollirs
.to connect themselres with the main body, ben executed and enforced, to the fuU ex the.office of her Catholic majesty's consul at of confidence, have been indalged. was $62,560,395 26 *in a stock beating five per' cent 'interest,
and having proceeded about four leagues into of-the power of the Gorernment, from New Orleans was assailed by a :mob his These;However, have been thwarted by The receipts for the'next fiscal year are and!redeemable at the end of fourteen

the country,were attacked on the morning that day to this. property destroyed, the Spanish flag found the recant outbreak in the State of Tamau-i estimated at$51,800,000which!with the v years,'the interest payable half yearfy'U
'of the 13th by a body of Spanish troop, In proclaiming and adhering the doc'm the office carried off and torn in pieces, lipus, on the right bank of the Rio Bravo. probable tma'ppropriated balance in the Treasury the Treasury pf the United States.* ?**,
and a bloody conflict ensued: after which trine of neutrality and non-internntio the and he''himself induced to flee foe,iis, per- Having received information that persons on-the*30th June, next, will give,' as In the same section of the JaW"it. b.r '
they retreated to the place of disembarcation, Unit States hare not followed the lead of sonal safety,'whjch he supposed to be in from the Unit States had taken part in the 'I the probable available means for that.year, ther provided 'Hhat no more than fire7m
where about fifty of, them obtained boats j vilizd nations; they nave taken the danger. On receiving intelligence of. those insurrection,and''apjiTehending that their the sum of $63,258,743; 'lions. of said stock shall be !issued 'untiMhe
'and re-embarked therein. They were, however lead themselves and have been followed by events, I forthwith directed ,the attorney of example might be followed by others, I ; It has been deemed proper,'in view of the creditors of the State holding bdnda""aJiJ "4
intercepted among the keys near the others.. This was admitted, by one of the the United States residing at New Orleans caused orfers to be issued for the purpose large expenditures c ase'luent upon the ae- 1 other certificates stock of Texas-fur
shore by a Spanishsteamer cruising on the mst eminent of modern British statesmen, to inquire into the facts and the Extent ,of of prerejitmg any hostile expedition t *lat qnisitiJn ef tertitory.from.Mexico that the vhieh. duties otffimfbrti* nl'etiiJll
coast, captured and carried to flarana and, who said in Parliament, while a minister of the pecuniary loss sustained by the consul, Mexico from being set on foot in riolation estimates,.for the,next fiscal year tshonh/ be 'lededshailfirstmdat the reas rr/of
after being examined before a military court, the crown, "that, if .wished fop guide in with "the intention of laxin&Jhem before of the laws'of'the United States. I likewise laid before Congress .in'such" manner as lot & the Jnited 'Stat'-relecL'les of aU:,ihuns

were sentenced. be publicly executed, and sys.tem of, neutrality, he should take_that you, that you might make provisions for issued a proclamation upon the subject distinguish'jhe Expenditures so rjiqutfed 'C illSt the United States,1oioqccotintof
'the1 sentence was carried into effect'.on the laid down by America in the days of Washington sugh indemnity to him as a just regard for a copy of which Vis herewith laid before from the Otherwise ordinary demaQd4M&fi. & said bonds or certificates,:Ijfpnn "a*
vieth August, and the. seretr'bip'of Jefferson;" the honor of the nation and the respecwhich you. This appeared tobe rendered im- the Treasury/- w. A- i f i"i?; shall be prescribed by the:8eeTetar/.6.the

Commodore Foxhall A. Parker was of 1818 was followed the your judgment, seem to require. The correspondence .the general duties of good neighborhood.: are i estimated at' '42,892, [; of pf th&United States-r .":*,*'o.mfoillrofrelease %$
instructed to proceed in the steam-frigate Sa- by an act of the Parliament of England, sub. 'up this subject betwlc*' the' In my last*annual message'I-informed wbitb there is tequir&llW1Iie"tL4a[1 lr->' thus proridejofEtbeerf
*7tanac to Havana, and inquire into the char- stantially the same in its provisions.Up Secretary of ,btate, aid her Catholic majesty Congress that* citizens. of the fJnited' States' poses of'the'-'GovernmentJ other* 05e prescribe by the Secretary;.tte.
.ges against the persons executed,the circum- to that time- there gener ben no similar !* ,ministers' plenipotentary! 15)herewith. had undertaken the connexion of-the two consequent 1lp n the acquisition .0J.er'new Treasury, and appro fed. It has'bert;published
auices under which they were taken, and law in England,xceptiertain highly penal Wmitt .. ,. oceans by means of railroad 'across the Territories;and'deducting the paytnients oi) in all the t leading newspapenr n theconiKercial ;
t.whatsoever referred to their trial and sen statutes paased'the reign of George If, The accorteDu, at Ne&1eans,. hassled Isthmus of Tehuantepec,' 'n!ei'a' grant of4 account of tfce public debt, the snot of $33343,19808andfor ,- cities of the United States Dd
ien e. Copies of the,instructions from the'Department prohibiting English subjects from -enlisting me- to give my attention to the state of our the Mexican government to citizen df that the purposes connected all persoas holding claims.of h 'kind specified i-
of State to him and of his letters service, the avowed object of : laws in regard to'foreign embassadors.ministers -' republic; and'tiat this enterprise ydttld probably directly or'in3ireetly.with' those Territories, in the foregoing proriso were reqdired'tofila
to'that Department herewith sub- which statute was,that foreign aries and,consuls., I think, the legislationof *be prosecuted with; energy,whenever and in the fulfilmeot of 'obligations' of their released (in the form thus prescribed
"mitled. ed for the of restoring,the rs.. the country. is.deficient in not providing Mexico should'consent to sucbr stipulations th ,' contracted in consequence ) in the Treasury of the United Statesmen
Stuart4O pors should"not sufficiently either for the. protection., or,the with the Government or the United States'as of their acquisition"the sum of $9,549,101 or before the 1st day of October, 1851?''Although -'
According to the record oh the examiha '
.z throne b : 'f(- .$ has .
uV-r eontmaea
stengene of consuls. I therefore should a "of to those this publication been
ion the all the offences by recuits Crm England punishment ; recommend impart feelfiig security .
,;charged, against prisoners: them, admitted of being hostile inraders must Bee that difficulties may arise in the subject to the consideration of who ihould invest' their property mntbe' enterprtjfc. '* If the'views of the Secretary of the" Treasury from the 25th day of,March, 1851, yet.up to

of the island. At the (ime of their trial carrying the laws referred to into execution Congress. \ in reference to the expenditures required 1st of October comparatirely feV release
ran& execution the main body of the invaders in a country now baring three or four thou- Your attention {isagain invited. to the A conventton" between the two governments for these Territories'thaI be met by I *had been filed h* the creditors" c-TTexU.
was still in the field making theSpanizh sand miles of sea coast, with ,an infinite question of reciprocaftrade between the 'for the accomplishment of' tat end corresponding action': 'on the? jart pf Congress The aoth"9ritieT of-tne State bf,Texav '
war upon hal bee ratified'' this Government and ,'and appropriation made m accordancetberewith'there the'request of the Secretary ofth&Treasu
authorities and number of ports harbors and small inlets United States and. Canada and,.other British by ,
.t Spanish, subjects. from some an unlawful expeditions possessions near bur' frontier10vertures.for only awaits i the decision of the Congress and. will be.an* estimated 'nnap4 i 'baretirnishea a schedule of the public
After
the lapse of some days being overcome wbic this hare the Executive of that republic.'Somennexpecteddifficulties. v proiated'JaIanci 'ia'thl',Treasury the debt'of that State created pnor.to her admuv
forth, without the .a convention upon subject \ .r .
'bytbe Spanish. troops, they dispersed on knowledge may of 8uddel against the possessions been received, from nerBritanic. Majestys! : and 'delays'ban 30th,Jane,-18:53;of,$40,366,44390,' wherewith Olin into the Union,with a copy of the wn
o/tJir. their leader .
< 24th >of August; Lopez, of Gonnment Minifiter.plenipotentiary, but it seems to, be iLris n' in the'ratification of that'con. to'meet that'portionof the public, "debt under wbi 'eadt class was coniracted *

u.was captured some days after, and executed of his Friendly. relations Sttel. all, but entangling in many respects preferable thftfthe..mat vention by Mexico,' but it is to be'presumed I due'on'the'first July"'fbllewing;amounting "I hire:f rout tJfi) documenta' 'furnished' by .
ton.tbe, IsUof. September. Many : that' herdecisionwill to $6 231.931:15'u ,wsUIaany appropria the State of Texi detennlDM the.elaMM'
followers .killed diedbungdind alliances I with none, has. long been a ter"should be .regulate by. reciprocal legis- be.' governed bVJfot :
"remaining were or znaximwithus. .. lation.. Documents sre ,laid before, ,you and enliKhtenedvviews"as well of'lle'general tion)which'. ...may be,b11Jd'Jeond'the estimtes tlaiml-which. in,my judgment fall Wffflia
.
and the -- ,
of rest were q.. -
,
; fatigue,,.. '.Qur trwustwision ioUojropia ouropinions showing the terms vbich the British government al importance*f].the' object j ,',as"of,b r..nWD ; _.1'" tt;' "'i' .- the provisions of the act of ConrresJ. of H* *
.t'nde Jiare prisoners been tried? or Of executed.these none Several,appear of i itd 1>r impose upon other countries our id iJingtO.9 fier, and the measure's interests' and obligations."J N. : i ;; lh:'t tfiis r fmi g'to the estimate expenditures 9Ui of-September,.1GJn.--. .

were pardoaed application their govrmet by fc or force; but which it may adopt, if some arrangementupon In negotiating"upon this:important subject -, on account of pur' newly-'acqnirea Ter- ,-, On being emciallyin rmedrof thVWept-
:4 5them friend and others, and upon the .rest about one to teach and by our success this subject shall not bemade.u- Jhis.Government has bad ,in.riewr one, I ritoriesi I,maj express the hope that Congress ance by' sJf..th jwpoqitienscbnJainedm
oft hundred sad'swy in cumber, were sent totSpiia. moderation and justice,the blessingsof From, the accompanying copy pf..:'note anA only:one, object.. That object s been, \vill.1 concur,'with:'me'in,/:tEe'desire'that aliberalcburpe the act referred to;fcausM ttoci to
Of the final disposition made of theseMWeha.e sl-overnment and .the, advantages of from .the (British Legation ,atyVasbington, and isv the construction attainment.qf passage of 'policy .maybe pursued towards be prepared'ajjd; the five millions'whicfc l 'are
ho official information.I fre instittions. e and the .reply-1 of the Department of.State from pceao"to, ocean; the shortest and :them and that.every obligation, express to bft ta ued.unconditionally, bearirig an interest

c, Suchlsthe melancholy:result of this,illeal fO mk and ery.Jeple'cboos thereto, it will appear that her Britanic Majesty's the best for ,.travellers and merchandise,"and or.ImplIed, entered into inconquenceoftheiri.cquisition'shalt .fire per cenfcffom' :the,.1st, d.sj'ofJanuary
-e4 add ill-fated jl and *.con.venience. .. government is desirous that a part of equally/open to\all the; world. It ,has : be fulfilled by. the 1851; .bare been lot IOme-um
Jess expedition have been induced Thus thought-false .>t,at itaowD cnditn. ,>,,, r the.boundary line, between Qregon and the .sought j.t QobtauIbno (ernlorial"acqusition: ; mot liberal appropriations for that purpose.: I readyto;: be delivered to the Stall ofT, 9ao
men by
young should be authoritatively i< tself and '"'The>alues dome'stic authorities of.Texas, up to:the. preMot
"and fraudulett to violate"th.Ja'YDf But, while we avow and .maintain, British possessions nor.. anY advantages peculiar to ", .of-quj 'exports.'for .
their''country'through representations rash and policy ourselves,.we are th| marked QUt and..that an.intention ,was,,expressed it would TOe, with the grea es ;i rjigret,.that The last fiscal year,W'congpa'red' wjthithoseoTthe ; : time,'have,abtuthorized! any.one to rec rrt
1kznfoundetexpectationsofassistzrig to i.ccom. ,peutral.see the same forbearancejm,the part of other to apply to Congress for an apprppriatiqiv Mexico'*1 9ald; oppose..any, obstacle tp"the previous.' year; exhibit Increase of this! :.8t 'aJ &',1.remalDs: tOthe in order the orTexu.The 'Trifibject
I the thereof on .322.: AyirstvieW'inTs.'conditien of Pa'ttmeuli'
to defray expense accomplishment an enferprise.'wb.ich promises $43.
i itv other States nations whose forms of government
revolutions '
arplisfcrj political I United States. Tour attention "trade"with foreign hationa''would' !le-aseS; required bi.Jo bedeposiited ;
differentroin own,, The deep interest the part of the : so much ebiiveaiencet6''the'wuolecommercial :: our .seem '
loci.their.livesin the our filed
ndjhave bee
M call under which we feel in the spread of principles .to this subject !is accordingly'inrited, world, and such cement advantages to present.J.b.e most, flattering hopes4; of.'itstutareprosperity'An'exam in.the.Treasury, not harjng
.Tpo a judgment rl Vemairigr fire mitlionsbaft;not
erere recommended.A of ther th ;
and a proper appropriation to Mexico,.,herself..Impressed! with i ; ; ation the .
!/oythe !indignant i sense of, the community, and. the estblshment.of .free govern ; coure!iUton tot the adjustment of claimsbf these sentimenta these/convictions'the"Goternnient details of our exp&tshowever'wiflshow1! been issued Thw last amount of the,stock
1fpA those who, being'better informed them'e and,th",, with ..whichwe withficld from Texas nnta.rthe>,eVnd.itidns -
met citizejif:of the TJoitedJStates against Portugal ,will continue.to exert al1'P proper ;bathe. increased ya1ueofpuT exports for willh :
'
against oppressioBJ
led the ardor of youth. every .struggle it is to be delirered shall
which
'' etvei, yet away .has been'concluded/ and the ratificationshare'beehexchangedfTh'erfir8t efforts to bring abou\JhJ& arrange- the :last fiscal year is tobeifoun; in the upon
... -d:._.... lirA__tA/1-., Inv nf.noIiticaJ libcrtv._ forbid.that weUhQuid.be. ,indiflerentto' acal newssary be' with.by the -crditoror'th4t.
T-OTJH k.w- r-----: n t .t .____'___ !* I?_>_ ; .inslalmehtjof .. mep( wjtiv.thejepublie/pf, .Melicb for.MK high price fottonwhicbevauIed, during complied.
t( eTbe correspondence between this Government ..1" WDicn me strong stifle public arm UI sentiment a jureigii and're yunci tb 'amount to be paid by Portugal'" Jell- speedy, onpetionoflJie w rlfiir5r 'f* the..first half of that' I i.rbicb, tri 'has' State,)unless Congress sKiOl otherw'ise'tirctby .-* **-* .
thatqt Spaib ;elaingttbii transaction I Iis yoked, .to ) l last and has otNicara.gt4iab 'ded.ne. aboutobbaL1. I ddicationof'thilk : "
55ifnd I i in dtie'tJI the' 30th"of September. For Mrne?.months ,pai't 3fp'ubljc'r( [ SlDee >
.j4I ierewith communicated.. vARho'ugh *\. press.the/pirit of freedom any Britain country, be'ep'paid: ; ; *' been the".tneatre: ,of tone 01 -:The. value'of,: "our:" eipqrts of, beadst t. f jfttnylaat ;annaa1me ), :t.,

**" these'offenderSja ainst the)laws .Thagovernments .orders Of great to,, theirj. and ",:Tbe P/esident of.the French republic, ac? those ,ciYiPTcpnvulsions r ; I )i ,.,JrQv Ji::ibecause and pravisiona bchit, ,! ..waeupje&th1! respectfully,refgr, stated bnefij 1i't'tuoaWblcABi'n
14 J C forfeited the,protection; of theit* counir France hare.issued ; to cording the provisions of the -4Onventi! _of .free, ipstitutionsV and. the general I wenuiyilf; ..lovr. tariff' andlargeioiportaf ; me'to. recorxi
}t1I.1el.. he"G ernment:may41/$ .'. commanders on tk*. estJndjastation; the' \landingof has been selected as.arbiter, thecase,, ,, oithe prosperity and isocial ptheaof..hetatesfCntralAmeica [ ipns from: abroad'wbiild hare'gieaUy auk* nt tariifl; b ._
krP.nsiitent with its obligatipns" to !er conn* prevent Jjyjfforce,i ifnecessary,, Island and ias. signifiedthat : have pItwxand:t.soseverely' [uentcd"tiae :fanehoripol,92);' fnto ; f pecifie
U trjes, and its fixed .p usctoia1ptain&nJvdfe'l adventurers'rm'any nation on thc, of General he accepts'the Armstrong trust;aqd the high.satisfaction ;? suffered. Ufttil.,quiet,:shal'bite if,to$26O51,373'ii185Oa4d: 't A $2Ij' the'article, rle4waa' of: uei :'.arcter
; ie/i reot. IllQ >rmp Qiyvlor 91.. eJwthostilccnt., $The.copy this,sub.j a.. be. feels ,no acting. as the .common beIi.1 restpred, .hd government apparentlrstable' I 948,653''Iii 185.1; wltli a.:strong probabifltyamountiog a ipjpernut it. and that'4 la l, '.pt< the. JnBtr ..
01 a conversationAon \ :btf miJe" oe
tan4 neads, as' emoranantn of.herritnri4af friend ofJ two' nations J w1thwhi h France is shall .hare 'been."organizednbad- .Ia st lo' ,cetipj% ,. & st l '. .
hJ iUk'a"'Iit.'inifi"of'P.' -'florO.savcs. ." -ctetwcen.i Ci- Secretary. of- ,?.-Jl.ys r-l.I ..,01 s8ln; ere ??c\ la.ti.fo.: :jance lanjjcddently?miid:i 'tUsPQ..,: h"t.t'e4qc.ut .$urrent:le'f:: ,. 4 iaTp'. Af-ronJ u..ctIon. ov.nt9r.I1' d.
Aecordingly no. nrONr o4ja I ; ofthetoa : ga io1"x1CQ.eX ded n! b ,
... 1 : .. ,' ;. : P9tcn.W iti ":t.t
-.n',SPH n4nqn rn..b sp redo 'StatrVand..of subsequent not,4.befOrerto :&Dl1ty.'T i tr.i'J mm D.t .b "p UQ ,; ." .1..1-:1 t'. i.-t'1-f 1"I' t .yeat; e D1th' ng", fq frati4t .r tfiiiII t&.l'tactfsed
? the parmetofStateaeicWithiubmitted ibtt. The qtD8bQ'
release acb : tiieUnij | Df )
jnre.thi p cflizensof 1).JD. e. j' f.r
Its'lhankafor\tbe0kind re CpOVgICfltO.the ftY".oian
of.tb .
C note : A*
en' ed ibU unlawful togetie r.,with a copy of % 1.$ .de1 1 OQ1't"1 !!
lQ enternfiaemehvio i
., J ., of to'theMmis- Sultah\ ligeitj'Amm'Bey, on Jbaf/pccasiw. .. \ >, fl ._ _
\f.L Spain. :, e .cjihg'Secretaiy.;, t c. t. : #. .. "; 't J '
) l 'rt ', -i ,++l ;t-:- fi ,. .- .. < 'i"T rf. k t, .4f ;' 1. '.-tt.it'JW_ -:,: t.? :'J "t.t, .t:1-, .. -... ,t r2u. -
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Ttfeat and u nation*,' e various amendments .1:1 pTtie prbtection of oot oujAw'ej'ter ,Trdn: :. 1f ther" (a -'. bii r l :a1 ; ':' r4r.tbi'. .f UClb- ,'f fOal .,her hi it fc. wor

waaswerable reason.for>adopting ilWJfinsM"bounty lands, (i b f of )adjacent. MexicaiC: States, It._" that&ol i.fl ilw1.oPi .. rwith, private remark thstthswsli OtIoiii If
kftead ad valorem..:'duties 4n' 'cttaJ1y guarding ..i!rt.e' Indian ;tJiJiet".jtbin ,oft;bor' 'f /" i .'rW.t\Ie i iiU S. i _MtIid. I ,volumef acainlt the Conatit"t. iteIe\t. suTs..*
Where the nature'of the Commodity i *JKl fraiMs:on theiGdvem- der clatjned:my'ttr Wl tn4 coo> wtattrflf -' 11' 'etJ rtb. rth.'; hare become from persons and'.alw_of .peraotjs
*ibid it: M 'strikfor illustration .-_ J.iD.rJ. .Ut le.Jar nL Conritw LI.'i t&iled.fIa8t .'i eqAna e1tisWe ncfrmfluIeMdeT.datiOndi ,.J'w.t'i 1I oadofth. : (o( wtiOlll declare Jhe W wiab to dlat
fajriftrfll: be exhibited in the : ,. .r .- -{ \, v ,<", v jv *e;4ion*to'a'Jopt'nty''rtcotrrtneodatioq f.-tha, iftl g uit:M;". : ;- (!mnnitfi 4iso1ef fc ttach.incongruity of tht stftntion overturned. .1I\.y avow t r" 6
Secretary of the Treasury, showing eslo i9jo our Indian pop an additional, regiment of mhnnjed flwa specialty > l'bmen\.4i 'arjf'cnnsIAent With,"humanity '. and imperfectfbToj nasty lezisconce- tility to ai, law'wbicb aJial)" ".fwD
fcCB-baus*Tahatiounf articles t nptm the .a ui8ition of a-Iaptejl! to that.,, .: i h.6fljd .bejraft&ifall and tfce persorjal" rights"jb/ individuals, aMt lation. As it seems to be generally practql eled to this
,dtfYlotaer rlawabje:'to. :'peci California i and.the etterw hat -emamed to bXdons u.tQ thrsa 3in\r shjajl I naure;.mo4oergei4 i dipt,IMre 14.Qan3oaJaI'>.tbt J ati'.fr.F 1II 11
*-bher was DO inducement to lnt."lntc Utah and;Ore make the.HVst, UPC o.ithe..mtani! at !, ici Ji "ao1.' 1)1 d ty&bespre4jjci1' 'Uoitld Sates to .applythe4cftct., Ullbeitj per&nl iii COmprativeTy.iremenc'vri I ,
tkti ofi, O&ke't qu '' increased interest.And 1m- posaJ. Afcordingtyy '"roop'-id.aJitPj ; $ crirdVtnot*$ ?Qit4rhIlont k2tettidh.1Wtnost impartatlat that rtga litY" IYJWi.t

tone artick, fcpdefcfhe present sv' relations wijb lheabo"rtf iruil to.tbat J nrjcetMai:id] % rep&Iy.b* sptntf &....'.'..... ._,._-_..C.- .1L..--. .* -- isJaMofj should .,8* perfect fGB-POMib lejde>: 1tei P II\L .oq wbj* istolt ",
YalomndoSes,greatly) rdgced a ; *' VJ&* &* I ffdhj oihet qll rteq havW'bin,w ctntrattdi ;: dMkN"he'MJY..yk ". 6niftKif( power intended1 Wpeconferredif ; ;: tJw 1 .uremacyand even tJie t1i .
01 i doubt of \hexlpence It- th.- JtI..| bn'place wjth- on that frbntiej5an J\officer*;ot:Wgh fepnta 'V'okiib; ; roesIii1.* fl .r.. ry cffnie mleVide? M be thaJe'pBnisnaMe, i J'TTSfe1 lltut'!!' *rt 1J>*W **.'
._t PD1ftt.tb( $ ; I lithe jonditionr anU-proiti tie a1cjte* ***'codti1 cf'ttiel.!:'* -#* "*.-.!I.structipntuJniO fat fin'ujhed-aa: he sidprescfibi'g the'pirrfshrtwnlto l be mffct.ed.O .'I ',a .. bstofore a"1 in whiQ'
., acta evteion. oHHci fte .ent < ; & resideMolhe ran (''men\.oilhe.militarf' :ppsts! 'nas also surrendered upt the i.ithqritiepf $e yard, : ) addrti\* ;t *Ji"pamu ca :.ned DrUhtb'tangaifhInjr4cohd'it : !/. ', **est f; the been jnade' wherefiy thejtronps'are. broflgh( 1 1Ineareriirf TfeeJrVftocfc at Pfiaaderrfya "Wx| >rteAlMetfrnpIetMtand I spoken p 4 more at lengthy tfee whole cHrainal oftti1VI: WESSSSJrtntj

-f ibt great )jnf tests of. the 'cnuW I We, are atpwce witbj .tne.'Mexjcaufr'onljer and ,o the I i ia xpected soon 4" bt.tested,code t..now'eritdJI defrctir. Some oft provo L to' .
t...,,oe portati D'..a 'c it will; a source of ftj t,f-Ttribfs they are intendeil-ilo ovemwe t1!.jw', .': andrnthnti1atat delirereToreriflRhc'agehfyof th!Oof- fences" iroper/ettfy de crifaeitrand,. Utet ground ";hat theCnnsutioi4_ _:
t.Jrtteed prices afid.wiih the that they are gradually ". Suftii&nt.tim 'has"nft yet'e1kpsed to're- -- *m dsmotith7NewJamp.shcriwaro I ate fntifely qrnrtted j.-tio thflagraatcrime prlJ1l1 1r at''he(lantt.t .ttb ,

"'i 5ng%fareigo'niaj-Vet fol ottr. I 'and 'tbpursuits ot .alize aH.1he1>enfits that lire e'4ipMt ted,to're.- ; ;nearlready'a.rcontract4 : 1 +erand may ne-rommirtei.with impdnity vTI eaca.. .QfCOflgtw4 werejpuanjo lt ICII". ,
. ;frplus* 6t f ;breadstuffs and Vro I '> sujt from beN arrangement; butl"h.aY| as be,n.f ndutf re *,lJ'to of punishmenris not.:.all caseSrgraJdated'accordme ; bill. ., -
,..in4iicedin againlo recommend .. cxi J\ ,frontier; and jn Cjili- everyVea 'to hope (that trfey Vrin).eflectii- the aif:flfiCongreisl:at i hIr.eiasinn 1r:a thfriegree' and nature oitbebfo plu IiP iiis L poeolr.Jaw .bti!;-
ot! the exiatMi &ariff' tLeret have been occa Ally check their 'mara'uding/eipedi nsl floating sletionat dock' on ibecormneiida'tTfth. Bay ci' <1 L fence. altlt<'"i.nr--h.tR i e 1 IU4WOtMU1 by. (Olls'atetattli lConMi m"'IthtCo .'

, ::TbrreporVof-theSfcretaiyof.: qjf:unfriendly.feeling,p The nature o'f the.counlnr :whi h furnishfcw lnci4IS4! i 'ltj'oa'r: tte-qC. tCitl lii, '&be 'mode. 'Or. mprisonmenWOipcflitenia7 : \Uttti *;jt )ri .*ntj\; i.otp ..
nor, which accompaaiesthis '*committed. }am little) .for the sup riJt'lf; HrrrVyanl t1i OnG of the 'GrmencchInz 'fibht; ill the 4&tdt Stat 1 disgtttLS4Ibata .spirit.exists ai|. iadiTely.atfr0rk II
,-wnipreseut condensed atatem r, thai they resulted mbre the il\e1icps.o refuge and 't ncealment: is the letahlitlfill1elt rtf 'IT.'y y'kYtnmimociiiprit !: Ml.tft!' of. 1tn fa4'acerba'tl! Ig-feftiJ IUCllJ4er i.J1 .
./cperaConao.tbat;. important 'andjitarving condlTlpn of r remarkably w4 addple 4JC-"tliii ifedafrfy' :hii'd !):t:,1'F.iP.( u r.b flintftJ1cI ft o'arpmp -whicB- pihsh d.jnheniacfr'iI .

-tie Government. t ],f/pm any'settled Jw lility warfare And*'cari-scarcelv-hone ih lny staIiOIflSbikfilLntCe5T. rt.*the.coifteifl'p[ t o1ndffilt4t&minWheIhertLSitataYcu5eXpire.VlIn ; i ref lu\kMa.r.talfie.r.r.f. J 4 _
ILViU be seen that Jibe cash !. td.- As the settlfrtrtiUs of ii iItvi! Loce,. comb nd',fft ?h ; .e eocjf and leffectiTene\WrfWir* : temfonry ,* .ify last annual l.me sair'.I 1'4'b* .!
'l>ubltc l )IanJs eiceed thQse of the )r'' towards" ,Anm'the 'lgilanCl au-'tOflr'tI'.jJppr it # oceafc, which ruusiW'expecteito. tncreaVe.w itt ijf wJiieh it is*1"". ogeonturaes i ia fptcel rome ered\he: suies: pf narunIshiib'
.year, ana that'tbere"fs.ieason' to. : h they ininIyrsJy for sub- Bothe trsajy of G ua 'still farther Increase, off pr destroyed, and the protect the territory of Mexico dl*fa wbaW.hie1'bV4 its in prnVlBionVof htj .batebeen i intiro- 'Ii erence'to.-thela itat iu..Jrowi1c1o.ef .

Urge c1onatloo.w. 1cb hare been left to*{hemis siarvatioo or against ttfe? incursion of th.s,aavae ir.ibeljwithjn \ aters-' w 'JTt'f'' /-'il *.* T .-.a s.,* e into bills, with thethlSorgeperiliutor1iihtbef *i the 'Territorial and slavrry I*,as a
Bitty of the tatis', and tbe us to consider, in',vki w our bonier "with equ'a'l 1 diligence and', .. Tbj"Ra4a t C"i"Acadamy'at 'Ahnapotis,,'nn- iEt have liule.ot.jtJe : final settkrairnt.in. principle and saifCaact
,i* indiriduals aa Il\\'ard'eJ'Io mil% of things, whfthar iuatise ,:.rgy'.as! if the same were modwithid tt ega:?r ,!sW &iidti0nfi .jmrto' d.AYJe !f.re! i oatP! re lation., n this.mode of legislation wb>chjtJeyMljCnibracedaod| J recomoeadej

, Yices. This fatt lurnilhes ..erf- 'as* well as ail enlightihtd our territory .or against euT.cilnJeavoric *}'j bILTe L Lii W jkfibrds.'Qppj5rtiin files6t: ernstructiori )11eaactmut.bavebeen heaped uponachbthr I adherence the.Adjustment.ettaUisltedj4
.evidence of the growing" wealth : : require that instead .f ,to eeojpJy.es far f. f SII"bJrt cgt3utt'. %tbepQik quite'Tement and. .often with'tut' little con perity of oaiycounjrjr. + 1 I |hrm for offences whiclf: with i thisprojision: or the treaty Orders equal," It' JLt'I I, .iatpo1ehieaIUi; e jaion.tl \ il.manf8taIe,) ", Mica It ;d. th..aecessitycfl' *.
S'lita letneal'res bave beef\ I bf our own\.policy towards hare been,gi vensto,theofficelscoi0jiaiidingon pJ1l {; toTibost'enjoyeiibf:'csbTets.h ouqtnJ determine whatith i ? Jaw. I toguard agatasfceTasto* taVnel
;. eommenqng.ihe urveytpf, ih'pu 'not pro.ide.Of theyjin1 lbs frontier consider th. Mexican. ii:\ | l.liuryAtadeJtiy,>;.A' fKt..ct f.of The GoVwnmiDt? tHe>,Uni tld.Stares spnatlea'lJf I' r $ njiUteMe..ta'Shi. recet>mea4a-V
'ii Californiaaud;Oregon.: ': aud fn.cOU ap .them tp.an Ti tory a d.he inhabitants',equally;with'ouf acting.jdsbupirtf M recjdattcqtfl. cn a yerneiitnfir1db2 taws-:: tiofl tecadse'I t gnf.tfcose'awasnr ft>T
*tia have been organjtt-d.and *, and to rely on $)ir I la. own **ntijlfedjtp _their.protection; and to mencement of tbjr last'academic termand'a. .. The,vi&ntef shbuiij therefore,a*far a*.practicable .feet,'for,no human Uii&l i tiod:can"beet1opina .
baa been made esiablishing'fthe the chase for the meanaof make all their plaus and arrangement with p rathJ4blp has been.atadied to the .inSti! ; ,'not only He jnade'accecsibje:;I* all tl',I "Vidrif& aW jarriot s eao .
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bate and meridianHinesi: But a view to tll.'attainment.of thisehject.-: t uthf l, fo'afiord thr- amplest met' 'for reg l b'ut he'expressed i in*'ran.ua: so'pUiri wiiJ. ty.bereconc: >rcdiy yi eI&I i aU
.IatioD i and additional treaties have been ne structions have also been given to the Indian i lar.iuiiruction.inheamaishfp, aij-elJ 'ai' \impfeaito he: rfikferstood,'by.:aJU 1ml'ar j sides and th'iltbatbeta reached
necessary before'4tn {>r< per ) tribesdurin'g the year, somm? |ol1.rI and agents amOng tbe. f or ruis s during the' vacations of three or ranged tnVttch: method as to give peVspicnkyto all"ijngry'eoriflic orSnany InootbaiMrhica
be made, and.the general land : title to large -nd valuable tribes, in all Irsatie, to make the.liJulfs four months in each year. every sobjectr'' Iaiiy of the States ftaTe. 'due,prtofatiot1ec the'e anttrwu rraJ sf.;
tended over.those remote parts of ; has been extinguished, all d.ign.1 I for the projection of oar .ow citizens The advantage of science in nautical! 'affairs r evisetbfr. pafilica ts wih'gve"4rar{ !J inahifet }-e. .Y>lto\.CODT !oU'I medIa,
,. Jrj. '* atnhe. proper time, be submit I l apply also'o those ef Mexico. I hive have raprly.been mort strikingly HlustratJd i benefit; and Fftcommemf that t pryyisTbrtbe hEiurumnent. Liking _ttbinterest*-of
On.the 3d of Marsh lact-anact" foi ratification. I no reason to dpubi4 th.it these instructions than in the fact'%tated in the report 'made by Taw'frhr'the* app<\ntraeut"X" >f i tni'vhole l toantry'felt iyo bamydaty to "'*
providing'for tbe''p intmfnl..of under the treaty of have been fully uarried into effect. Never of f the Navy Department, thit by means,of commission to) reY 8b.epuDlic'statate's'oftbe F; leiii'\\p'o thia rjbmuse'as rbe ert Aatied
,missioners settle private land o has been actively e-n- ineless, it is probable that, in spitexf all oar I ths WifSd and current charts, p'n>jectn| and United Stat s, arranghYg:.fher 'n'ojrrfer? cotilbe .bia, d conflicting> oeTett
California. Three persons wefe .an.d fnarking the boundary our efforts, some of the neighboring States preparsl by Lieutenant M llry. tbe Super- '' supplying de ciencie .>rrjwtinjf'rMpignif- artd'1 ly appointed, all of wjhorn, \ &Umted States and Mexico. of Mexico may have suffered, as our own infendlnt 'W the Naval Observatorf the ties, simplifying their--r flue, and Otporting e e -..by.ir-wSo.yah: --q .
clined accepting the office, in the last annual report of the have,' from depredatiqhi by the Indians.: p assage' from*the Atlantic to roe'>Pacific i them to Congress for us acGolj *.. f' ttJft f'It''
of the inadequacy of i. the ; Interior,' that the initial To the difficulties of defending our own ports of, ouif country has been shortened by An act of Congress approved 30th' Stptemv n6"\1Qsid..e bitt

Others.were promptly4le&ed, i. Pacific and the point pf junc territory, as above mentioned, are superaddidjn about forty days her, 1850, contained a' prrtiisibn'for- eYe maIretIrenncefrl1xic! r shall edBeu -
same reason also declined; and it with the Colorado river bed i defending that ef Mexico, those that arise The estimates for the support of the Navyand tenftun of the Capitol, according to suebtplanas anJ 1c6.6j aU fa e yoe and.the eofla- -"*
"until Jate in the reason that the and the intervening line, from i its remoteness from the lad taat we Marine'corps the ensuing fiscal I year 'might be appreved by th-kveiident.ui.s3id trponitb_ eae fcqoreW tt.isitaese*
suitable persons' bould be d'nd fiflj miles in length, have no right to station our troops:within will be fofiU to be $5,856,4719, the .Sti-- appropriateJ hundred thousand dollar measuresJbf f peatewhichas' t.tD"UhiJI.
jority).of -e'eom/niwioners by temporary monuments. I tier, limits, and that there is no ecieiitiltili- mates for the.current year being $',900,, to' be expended under his directionfby sutn' iteJ in %U parts' nVie ET'Republie. And let
this city, on the lOih .of a monument "martile has. tary force on the Mexican side to cooperate 631. a 11. f t architect as-be should appoint to execute the onjy is there this general aeqaieftnee 'ia
when detailed instructions were .the initialTpoinj. and perma with] our own. So long as this shall con* .2The sstimate los special objects under same.-On examining the various plans theser'roeeiores, bat the spirit oftfeoaeiUa
them in regard to their duties. of iron have been placed at tinue to be the ease, Jle; number and activity fbcontrorof tlis Department amount to I wbicb/had) been submitted 4)y different architects lion which has been manifested ia regard ten
meeting for the transaction Ofk lI along tile line. pi our troops will rather increase than diminish %2,684,220 89, against $2,2lO,9$9 for the ,.in pursuance of an adv rtiecment by a' themJMll parts of the country?has reAoveeV
be held in San Francisco on the point on the Rio Grande has the fvil, as the Indians -will-l naturall' ] present year tbe increase Cca ned t committee of the*Senate, no one was (ceo d doubtr and.nce@ 'i the .miade eC
the present mouth.. by the commissioners at lat turn to wards thateountry where they eucoun by the additional mail service on the-Pacific to be entirely satisfactory, and it was then thousands of gnod mewxoticerting dan
I have thought ,it proper to 2 min. and at thdats of the ter the Itast resistance. Yet these troops are coast and the construction of the dock in I tore deemed advisable: combine and adoptthe bility! ol.our.popolar institation.s'and'giv.
facts notpnly to expjain The' c the.survey'of the liqe necessary to subdue them, and to compel 1 California, authorized at the last session pf r advantages of ane?1. :4. : rrnevved/assurtnee. that oar Liberty-wi4
(delay in filling the '' ; I thence westward about one them to make/and observe treat s. Until Congress and some slight additions under Tbe great object to be accomplishedTwas bur Union may.stfbsist .together for;,
.your attention rbe'propriety of ; miles>to tbe neighborhood I this shall have been done neither eoiinlrg the head of 'improvements an4 repairs in to make such an addition as WAHdsbri! ample benefit of thiaand aU!I succeeding gAeratioas, *.
the compensation of the mines. .It. **"'" will enjoy anylwciirity from tbeir attacks. Navy Yards. Buildings'and Machinery. and convenient hails for the deliberation I* MILLARDFrrLMOa) &

The office is one of great labor n on our parj was at,first L The Indians in California, who had previously I dee.m it of muctfrniportanc-j to a joe of the two Houses of Congre& with sufficient ., WisuiMOTOX, December 2, I83t.4".
bility; and the compensation a scale which experience appeared of a peaceable cha.cteclall economy, and a correct'understanding of naval accommodations for speculators, and suitable .t aF
as to command men of a high unwieldy and attended with disposed t* cl<iute"the friendship i rljtjfe e expenditures that there should ,be an apartments fur the comruuu-e and officer -
ents and the most unquslionable penSf. Orders hare, there .whites have recently'committed eeverJ entire separation of the appropriations for of the two brandies of tbe Legislature .JLflMllk F iifiumt.Tbursday
The proper disposal of the for the redtsctiolf .f tbe;f acts "hostility. JLs.large portion u/th the naval service proper from those for permanent (Jt was also desirable not to mar the'lmnno- .
..af Californiaiis, subject rllOns employed within, the reinforcements lent to the Mexican fronti .,improvements- at navy yards and I ny and hearty! of the predtnt fracture. -: Ji\cx .O L E '
great difficulties. In my last consistent with the prompt I were drawn from the i Pacific the ..militaforee'now station, and from ocean'steam mail service, which aaa specimen of, architecture, is so Y : .zJ.
,mafe.I recommended the survey I -pf their importan II vsta"Uonsirlhere ie eonsidered e<: and other special objects assigned to the su- onivefcally adsvieJ.; Keeping these objects' flecemberI'I85L
tkem to'small parcela unde1,ucb js (irelf inadequate4lo 'its.dsfsnee.:. |t cann I t L pervitipns of this Department. in view, I concluded to mq addition .
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as would effectually guard been received from all J the ee incraise i however, without p iucrsi I Tht report. ot-the Postmaster General by wings-Vetached from ibt- p/esent building .
ly and 'speculation But upon in taking the census i* the $f ibf army;. *iid I again recommend tl I herewith *aonmunicated. presents interesting yet ntltd''itb iWT y>eoqldets. Oo..OI.'l.: ,."
formation, and in deference to ,(mtl, except California. measure as fndfgeengable to the protect! I view of tfie Ogress, opeiaffons and This mode of ''enlargement will leave hit I NaoatkeintduslsJsi. __bavajWr"

ef persons Jal.ilar'it. : the so employed to make the of the frontrer. conditioir of his Department. present capitol uninjured, and aflbrd glut youth, tbeir per" age, dec ay, and. dcatti#.
inclined to change that reco that Stale has not yet made I wvite your attention to the suggestioion I' At the close of the last fiscal year, the aJfiOitages for ventilation and thfadmi ion Communities most-ltavetlSeir
to advise that they be permitted rgg&a from causes as' he allege, tJOe-.subject and 'on others connect! d I length of mail routes within the'-United of light, and will enable tbe work to pntgtess portu,'their
as at present, a common field, This failure ia much witn his department iifthe report ef the Se &ates was 196,290 miles; the annual transportation without interrupting the deliberations of Con ,cares'and 'i lL..-Th!. traveller often ke-
enterprise and industry of all aait, has preveoted Se retary of \Var. thereon 53,272,252 miles; and the I gress. To carry this plan into.effect I nave olds 'the-: dilapidated -remains .of :j> sits

.the until further experience shall h Iiiterior from making the de The appropriations for tbe support of I e annual cost of such transportation $3,42It- appointed an experienced and competent arch proud city, and the. ruins -of i othersirkka
best policy to be ultimately nment of representatives army during thecurrent fiscal year *ndi g 754.The ; ect. The corners&onewas, laid on the> speak of '
regard Jo them.. It is safer to i as i in required by the act 'une-nItwere. reduced fat below t e; length of the r( foreignyniil utt is 4tu day of July lasrwith suitable' ceremo- dTsappouitied_ hopes and .loftf'"aspiratror -"

conveniences that now.exist/for 23, 1850, it is hpped, ho.w- estimate, submitted by the Department. T e estimated at 18.349 miles; and .the annual nie, since which tnpevtbe work hasadvanced i .-," ..if""apea| /*

'nod, thin by premature will soon be received, c&ieequenceof thir reduction IS aconsideble trans|>ortatioh thereon-- at 615.206 miles.. with ciHnmendaale.rapidity, and tbe foundations facts,.'.would. i(.-not.- -.-..laad_ .ueto, .-..wthese _?ineaiitrknisjy .
ten on the country! a system then be lost making th C deficiency, ta whicn I invite your ea. y The Annual cost of this'service is $1,472- of both wtJngsare1.u\t'lIeaTlv'comPJt-t .;:: 8 ;w P"-is tqbe-oar;'Epitaph.ttOUKer
TOT,which may.place the whole ,*arid-in. transmit Attention. I87vf whichS44r.937rspakl.by thePist t -SJ a linHommeud to your favorable regani I citKii fuure ecarted of
iyond tbe future control of Cong required by law. stThe expenditures of that Department p. 1 I Office Oenartmentr .nd $IJotti25cr( ;;: .iA I I the interns of the Dstnst'of, Cdambia anj -<-- : tbagiaMhJ'r
tt
j be The agricultural and! lands should of the Seventh Census 11 the_year ending 50th June last were $9oi>0i ) through the Navy Devarjm nt. ** 1\ I I, deem it onjaithougu necessary.tu"remfrid'ytm. that '' \qf' 'hiL1h mflir:.T-
surveyed brought into i under the direction i [26S.5JS. The estimates for the year co imencing The annual transportation tthiti.he I I i its: inhabitants have no v'cr.ce;To tbe pv< buSdlogs and j Uei7procetive.jolti

become as little settled.delay aa and possible! that the ) of the Interior in classify -1st July next andepding :June I 3, United States '(excluding the service'irt Cal- choice i of,repie eiiiatives"in :C lgitM. they. But he ,.,\wbea the .pre* nV gtnenjfc>>
ted make the in tabular form all the 1853, are $7.898.775 83; 6h wing*a red: ; iforriia and Oreguivluc'b' is now; Tor the art'lot the leas entitled 'ifta just ld'r"e'dt 'haU'bave: passed a\1'--'y perchance:'.
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to I
permanent un ) derived from the re lion of $1,161,492 v first time, rtjWted and embraced in the tabu CMnsideratioiiiriyour legmlation.' My IJn- .
enter on the ordinary.pursuits of and it believed that 11 i. The Board of Commissionenv to wh m I Jar statements of the Department) exceeds ions on this subject were more fully xpreaii-.- :read*. thetecprJs c ofihepat# tee weeks,will
,effect the.e.ubjects it is shall be completed it will 11 the management of the affairs of the Military : that of tbe preceding year 6.t62,855.nult's 'ed'in my'last annual communication. 'find that wbien"surpasmesfazaI1tbne.1.He.wiIt ; -

"necessary establishment. provision of land be made by perfect view of the popula-i Asylum crl"at.d by the, act'of 3J Ma :blast I at anjncreased cont of $547,110. Other subjects"were brought 'to the attention readyjf. .a.'Roberts/-,whose ..
and offices in and social cbndi- : was entrusted,Jiave selected alight or The whole number of post offices in the oLCongress i in my last annual"message, would put that 'of to.don's.-'TitlM..er.
1 of the Oregon, and for the efficient .country, than has ever been the establishment of'an Asylum in the vie /l- United! States, on the 30.b Uy of Juae l last, to wVich I would rtspecfuUylret:; !; "BAthere' I bfush ; '
surveys an early day. wojld. The value of such this ,796.-There ; the. ; -.anJ. ivljesicl4en wealth b'iap
Some difficulties ity of city, which has been approved >y was wIre 1,698 post officer was one of more than ordinary interest -' a
nizing the h4ve basi of enlightened legisla me, subject to Jjbe production of jjtisfacti ry estabiished, and 256 discontinued, duringlhe tii which again invite'your special l attention. 4V the, .f hahdjufsecoh'JJ'G.. x 7 -mm9ft'fc involuaitarily! .
Territorialfgovernments '
Mexico and Utah andwhen be' oir estimated; and I title.. : year.Tbe I-allude to the recommendation for to,bis beaver, and 'caoses him to address tat
; Jhat Congress will lose no The of the of the 'gross revenues of the appointment of commission '
information shall be obtained of report Secretary Navy Department a. to settle notorioas Tb/n 'tA.Midir. He will read:,sf
further the appropriations neces- will exhibit the condition ofthe public ,tbatsubjectIn a /mru?' .Di.tionyilI. be the classifications, and to vice under the supervision| of that Dep rt- for.the franked matter of Congress Justice to individuals as well as to theijGpveniment -'' a'statefy-m. nsioo'- .:where, our- .Courts'w." rt
Tart annual in a style worthy of. the ment. Our naval force afloat during the{ *e-1 ,the Department, and officers of Government imperatively 4i aiids 'unit Vouv Tie.U, anil.' whose:i Imposing .appearance- ._a>4 -
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my our national character. sent year has been actively and n'iptoyed > and excluding the more and
pull recommended the t& usefully foreign 'postages. conveuieut expeditious mdde thai 'tnasfe'rly architectur-pervades. even the heart
a uniform fee bill, lrescribe In giving.protcctantoqn"widi y- cbllecud. for and payable to, the Brltllb'IJt an appeal U CuiigreUIII be adopted. oran inaoc nt'min.with .
Agricultural Bureau and I take gloomsnd .
on to be extended and .. office .
:'ion increasing commerce kml in ;r amounted to ,727,86Ci"78. 'It ia'1epiy t r be regretted that it..Vral
again'to of invoke your & marshals and commission estn in the various quarters of the.robe, nd I The expenililures.' [or' the same perioq instances officera'af ihe .Go.et.lmmt.iir attempt.ng b tbeibloKl with chilling: horrwwl"'the
,CMtion. tbe subject criminal' cases, ia the cause our flag has every where afforded the secu ty (excluding $20.59919, paid under an'awardof tu execute' the law for the return ul': veins rf,thr midnight. 'marauder., 'Bf s,ire
Agriculture interest of may justly be : injustice, and.complaint. and received.the respect inspired by the is- the Auditor1 m pursuance of a'resolution' fugitives from taburh.ve'4bees. opeiily retested -, liian; :'a.lhe" will"karn, with t what* f.case"b-..
great our people. a thorough revision of tice and liberality pf our intercourse, and he of the last C'jugress, for mail service- in the ana tneir eff-ri* .lruslatet ana Ue-j ernieti Patrol assist d:'by moat.of th. .
ouractivejopulatioii are the whole subject and the dir 'ty.and of the nation. Onio and< rivers
cultivation) power, ?MiMiissippi in" 1832 and rated by lawiuss and :vtdfent mobs tuat lit
sion of oi the soil, and the tariff of fees which an far as i TM expedition commanded by Lieute ml 1833, and the amount paid to the 'Bntfeh one casesucti resta.ce'resulted iu'ibe'deaiU .>ace, captured' burglarious negro who uitesi

;is our settlements over ne be uniform, and pre I De Hajen, despatched in setrch of the I i it- post office for fOfelgnostage collected for of an etttMiiablt dtizea, aiid lit ottiefsenous aiht' five. feftTin" his.socks. and. who .w.
daily adding to the number of 1- '
Ned m that vocation. Justice compensation for every ser i isb commander, Sir John Franklin, and his and payable to that'office) amounted to $6.- injury ensueJ to those oniceni.aiid k> mdiviJuai .wiminiiiW.tha1lhisgiantstrength I je escape .
polieytherefori officer may be required to i companions the Arctic Sean returne to O 4,56G 79; leaving a'. balance''of' revenue who'were using tue.r endeaturs to iU6taut them. And tier
alike be will
require subject will be fully'pre NewYork, in of October tiTer the bring a ;leaf:
; themoqth a ter proper expenditures of tbe year. of the4aws.Prusecutiona have been iust.ituiea .
,.cr naeut' should use all the means I of the of die $709.29999. J. > .ieep.ih thai hewas; not born'tatbe aiaeTeenth
'by the Constitution promol I Secretary having undergone great peril aud .suffering a,.'aiusl the alleged u1Icn1ers.'o f.r.i& >
and.welfareof'that tp irom an unknown and dangerous navigation, The receipts fof postages daring tbe year tHey cold be identified and are.nU peIfilUl _centBryvtadwell ..i.r'aitJ' :tha1.S
"JtJJC tiii/ens. AtuEye, important.1, it:is. :. ,rne"ssage I gave,briefly an4 the rigors of a northern climate, without (excluding the foreign postages.Collected fur i have regarded 'it as,DIY duty, in:ta' ca' so'p L e !among the' great cave of earta.rrjMly .
: that cud
.. believing you possessed any satisfactory information of the objectsof payable to the;'British' i.', vets to ,1'0 ait aid
,i"t that, whil.st Ih ( poet o ) < lega.iy in rnypu.rer.tuins ,' tis
.
ta *
great Country
IMT
:ttrcisL 1 interests have I power to improve the tbeir search, but witb new contributionsto amounted to $6,345,747 21,'being an increaseul e.itorceiueat uf the I.WIIt and i suaiicuutiuue if
jCongrcis .engaged great lakes and sea coast and I science and navigation from the unfreqnented -, $997,61079, or 18,65-100 percent: over to do 10 wberever and ,wbei.evertaeir tittrrunzk. out vfa thtukl*-

session, and during our filatutes a large abound of our principal rivers and polar regions: The officers and men the like receipts for tile preceding year ,execution vt"sre.iateda :o v .' '. oi Thursday nght fast, a.rrjlhma'.r"'
that.appropriatidns shonld.be of the expedition having been all volunteer The redaction of postage/under the act .J'U"1 ul 'Cwigress for the. had'a.fewiurtdred .
ions return of fu
;: for their protection .od ; ; Jollays In. his J eu(0S
such works for of !
bad al this ser.ice..HI Marcti l
.vof agriculture. It is time that as having so conducted it last, did not take effect Until"the gitiveit irwa'\L,bur;is une,::required and dc followed
and for : was for. hours others iaoee.med -
MIDet by
commencing |.as to meet the entire approbation of the..Government coiiimeiicenient :of the present'fiscal inanded tbe
by words uf the .
:to. our legislation that should be Iamtrel.y might seem to.tbe. wisdom of* it is Suggested as Jin act of< taM Tue .:cuiiSuts for the firsCquarter under year.the ." express- !r. .Cousi.lUtiOll. .- :desiroul of easing'him '.(, lbs bar.

will not close hope their labors tbe present\itbou of_public i and general tnpor. generosity, that tbe same allowances of operation of the reduced ratA, will not be : Tne Constititiondeclare.iiTiiateno! then '.He was afterwards jakw care df If .
efficient repeatngjhe!' reasons then extra laY'and emoluments extended to HCttied before'January next; and no rli."le'' 1 son btld: to pel- the lunply i interferanca Marshall Grot*.,
means to supply the service .Jaborinone Sate !
duty to call them
my again your that were made to the officers and men estimate oi the receipts for the '
:thoee/wbolave.. preeeded them. important subject. The of like rating in the "exploring expedition can yet be made., J11 ii betevcdhowevei present 'year, ru7iue r tiie iaws jireofes<. .fg into ajiothei'slialiincoiise4uence' Th|! bouse ,o'{. fiev I; Swart ,wi. taisret

"i. .A1a of AlrJcuJturat.VJsreavt.n of the" harborswere left in .; to the South Seas. that they will fall far,short ol those of Of *any Jaw'orregulation and two trinksand .;-diawer'nmo-
Bty c rig. ( sla'te and tue tnefetii, ,' -
Mnformation'M to .ao the best moJes consequently, ex I earnestly recommend to your attention I last >ear.- 'The surplus of tbe revenues now service or labor but-'discbatxt-u' twin sucu i ine room whirre M g]:wasleepinjrrJIattfillians ;
of auall be '
the elements, which the necessity of reorganizing the Naval Establishment on *( however tefiveied up '
'lion, and of the most eftctaal tb m. Great numbers of apportioning and fixjng the i ther'appropriation; front, so large tuat' no fur 'uIi ciaun o? the party 'lo wbom.ucQ service .-.b howeverre9caped. 'Tjjcre;,&inlkWheeiVothes

,and serving of and restoring the fertility amounts of propery are an- number of,officers beach grade/providing ul me fef\"IIDeli""bl the tile'trealtUry1I Drfpuftmein ; aid 'or labor llV be due.*' Tiiia ccMistituliooat t attempts *!;:lerjr.lary7a5d Mr.AJsop's .
procuring and distributing .i want of safe and convenient some mode promotion to tiie higher grades q .redlorihe. current fiscal ;bu is re- pr vl loU is equally ohiigaiory upoa the Legisiativr Btoce'was entered on! Monday J'
giants with and" other vegetable !lakes. None but thosf.who of the navy; having reference to- merit audcauaotv. .. .onal appropriation for the'rc.i yrarj an ad- ,:the'hxecuuvej;and judicial,'departol bysblack: We a.r gla4.oseejth .

---- Instructions- in, regard. .,to tb aed to that dangerous .navi I rather than eninrirftir dt.nf> *n. June' 30,"J853"WIU'tnOflaltlv b..tonn.1.ending' .._ uuetils lue" GuY >entraini .upoii:every, Marshall',is,taking.enrl.me, to bring ta e
1IIJUCt'ano ireatment Desr & & ."ni.ceasarywhesi citizen of the united_ _lalell_____ '" .offenders "
the into toj &keo
appreciate importance try the service, and for retiring fthiftih.eflicti5Iist the re 'o'f*tbi"fint u t .
Ucrowth, could not fail to' be i ia th. l'll two _
Tbe '
.whole northwest Congress however .
'OYashiagtori, in his last aunaal "- upon reduced pay', those who) q'JI'lter 01 tau &eal )earare :futl3icer. ,roust from necesity .c.- :
I 'rliel..Dd I.trust their be'' first act tb
t4HIej. subject I
ineompent to
ap may the erfornjH.ice uf upon by'prescribing tat
40 Coogretf. a,.'fveiy' cheap r ,, ff :ascertained 1ut -
due" consideration > hyoedoub aU
dugs 'ut
immense patjonal benefit." at your active duty. As a' measure of economy ; In' his last aaiiual pr easary to' ascertain that the "
well as of efficiency' :iiinT.. arm of tbe service General; recowtie report tht: Fostmaster person tsafugfliveaui4{ the'means 'to ''be democratic caucus: held,la WajJunftoa fatwell
the
gardtPg of tided .
act Congress ,a reduction
in a measure true in tbe 'orposttrfe used for his ,
;
regard provision last"mentioned is eminent rvtfioratroir ,to.u claimant. attendednd that : .
28th < to :WInch it was not "efS
Mptember; 1850, rtjls: ""In.d'RI' low
granting I arbof' and inlets on the sea Iy worthy of consideration. UjB ::a* THIS'wai done by '
to '.:who bad been your cuuiti b prikfeiitly,aiJt'.i uuless auctpu.iI 'during the ( 1ibo votetfor' ;the COms.mui *
pwsoas eng ; The determination oftue {, : CiiugreM first term President r" rejecting
.
questions of Washington wnica
k ,military) !ice of the country, navigation of our large: 'rank, between the sea officers an.lcivil relative Kllr\."::4',prepared. the u> ,appropr.atefrqm the Ueayr -. 'was'am.n'ued by 'thaftuacted by the, ; but .. t.Major Polk.brother to_the;r eaaael
iafasure of/oktipnal justice and fUVI| importance. Qur settle- officers >('1he Congress and it now remaui for ez.Presideni.j >Bmbassaddfproposed
Taa anxious desire "lay)"anJ between of'ficers auin n14re.ID4II, ... the Lucas ..aaex .
has beenfelt eq iv ent t' taesiia4a .
.extendiqg to the sources of of tne'army: and navyiii; the various ser : live Juaicial Depanuients to :take' a resolution in favor of the" djl -
;
cers entrusted $rilh its immedute" into ., .. vic i* r'ur.tltJ iiy It.foe tue,Gtiverinnent.> that : care
empty and from &rades3 lath will also uiese ian Dt '
.. 'to rire proinptefect: io i JtS'.pro, lipp and the value of tion. 'iTh. liiJqre. to prqvj&merit your subotirote atten t'udl rcciiinat iiiatiu !.h peans within. lhf it'control w ia those any GciieiuiTn"rv'tfi <:( to letter aU'I, uj' pert bid on the tablewMchinacaacual$ el
; regions would be when 'corp i'arllunia f pti woi=&bol- p. except iory a'lIli ltall' as
/ore,ihrbogb into'.'requisition- 'i by.lrflirrg navigation ished for offences in the liiYfal'occasion"yhtt oil' lei.er f.hlA.uut" California anJ Oieguii, i.nity-uii tile -iu ; itAiii anyuu utherj'as ttnH clause course equivalent tesreecticab7.a ?'.
: ,
'J&9 adj4cat )n of claims aru}'l jajn obstructions; In'view,' convening of eresibsta.ltLy.aaopte bytn.: Last Coilrt which pfovtde for lbs by'ofZats53o' -
rttarj of
courumartUi
ou.ritryus *
.' fugitive
40 IbitiktateAat gie** r\1. r.i On Mondan'ttjeVbigpartyeompaeedw
pearjCDa great interest, Tdeem it a toil the''arrival V.f leaiiinieiulf: Uaerrnctt to 1romjusccurtad .
; wlftcJi1
my '' dtclarei
veuiftf
cl'wplicatioiis hare beert': upon. Congress to make beliiveil I*ban biid rn porllandis, uie, "prette.ii' leiiCi:t'ate k.ia Uv.e Hgit.nsi b.li; oi aitaiuOer mat no a majohty of Northern zeubtId their Cat
air or ix .
tijuriohs'tfl Jwsfocto" .
nit 4 \icJucnii & s&ajl t coa.T' *
.aDat'&b*.l '. "I'U.t.\, l:'uii 1 iefIlfIlrotlafty; to sixty prepa
; sereotyftboosind for these Tmproveujenu i on.thardisciplineand! justified. :,t>jLlua'rtVenue : nusedi. or tnt'WQIC4I '
eflfreiicyoi.tW : lot
.
ser- ul piotr.cs an; and .
;sthizthcshort, : space'pf nine : I lire ui4th'di.!; '' equalot .ba tateuDpih"eam."raol.Id ,
necesaary. vice.; To, moderate ux txni *;cor \ to-
: "f' pu-vilUmBiii" iron one 'HIS' 'reco.uiniuJs; be ouiaj 1Jaw t the Delta the 'Misiis-; tnal tiit ,ra'es1; of nearlyas !
of (
aatttro'lJIoa : grade,to another tbe-cl ( '
is amoiig to \1tc14&raiii that all
'
: 'duties :
Wo : 'QD.' ; tooths'' .ventionbIftha forms of the but .vliurnarie re 1i.istlj1 ::u"it,)pr.iiiii: iniUtcr b4 f bU rcvICd em uuitorm snU be i democrats. bad rejected r passed' it ateM
age 'to'abtiI irone W : tiiroujotjiut.tnt United
oj to "IJr Staies'OrU i
portocnf is confidently expected ,.;/provcu ifr flisastrouslo : which &II\"D r'H' :'lfallle,: 's.id'':'thurc i >e twnimoaalyi onr.fbttrtir fltt"r'ritportB
U verity, applied so" geiierAJjy! to :'uf- u.I/lurlQ/ ,ii impori t "psuvi ti.tnit'the: Irial. V.U r? W' .
.etosaof.the : dissenting
next fiscal.rear, all ; av.veen hatly fences on sbp'board, sudpruytilsjiotoinlit fi iint'J -SSix.' Ml&Cliiise. criiotf itktt oi by iury.' 'TbAc aticlMTanxt ':, '
'Tbs't&lsthjb
tbibOk'alter
cMMti to nSStfSl & several -
tht jben ltita'of tie act, QCI story, .
: thirspf itsVfad' :1.i *
i
rtbtirtd their warrant repprtt araoow J iujip e avpJrojjre ss of int. "a',f'b' \lr cJutu w otjHw1 Constitution;ail ws- ( all\.-poeiiOna cf11 4'iysrso
& and will jbohlf be Provev ia indiriiuaM s 'wi tug wr m'iamt ,
8etr of the Intttfor iat sTir? edt n, ., g-_ iawerhy.mot stand or fall : treltfTtbs a.promit
Jb: ttrjr r ttftt n-hfth in sot atVomtid' IId..a&ooupttbU togvtnw. .oVxnt
by. be' L pa! ;. "tt ttI )' .th*: TJnifirfStite syaf nst the drtairs objections Jaay.teez'1Ii ;- the Uw.cf PeatjGfilo llG'Rip
of '
the. act for tbe return -
of the .
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k. it.
ri1lW EUtH8BISON; aroo
; n.)*$Iti&t4d. .'' Ut.iAyotipte was agreed lo, Mr.;Mallory thea:jiocltWoathofoficei a most Womin'tons,1adtoJ" i wit'$ i' ; .,.". OzDA.. ,"$. 'I: "J' *. ',& .,. IUD.. ,
.****. T:i-V u..t bi mo IIesig4 to 'Ae. I iLY'f.8T1i 'n O "
quiz'
On Dee. \, 0.. ; N.P.BHOWN rospaetfhQj lafbrnu the
Monday 1. PriBCipal. t '0'
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rntofwtf JNdr
jvW Conproatii* ;. fj o .
'- .- willle ia ftaorat. &* fifcjloass.wni bo aneonflfcua
OnQDz.B4b! i st&ordertdthstthileUerrresented : ,
w'YWt11EV3SCVBER
1. c..rt.D'e'tav'ai St Ma.1. Jt! I''W 00- :
';,rpotWnr Pjra tnfiat cnnaiiM4ae andprpar 4 forthe noeptfank f Boatd- JtOVLZe w.DJtm

'.Xcl i Ei11.p'.tcf oa behalf;" .. ,_ by,,the''contesiantat, tNiyit.: ,hta t\b uth play.eti :[J. in l a,has W..Te Sri by tfai. tor jto ol:Cxtober sMxVrhaviaf .5 -.: uc -... r ?' .
the last executive session of tb Seut. as a sbvitlrcnckby the battledoora of deSJKhinjraralBjutriguing.pAliticiaiui. experience teaching ooaelsded =- about fivohandraduft &with piauas la front
a togtthE Uhlisa SUB
.mutMr his School up
; Stfcrij a; W.pll, Ej.At ia this place;aad mpNtlfally aDd roar making U u'eoQfertthlo as say'Hoassla .at.; #

.ViArn.c4& Uw in of the 1 E et.withjbe rtcordand other papers relative to While I Invites tilt public to call and test its merits. tho South f aad will ho ablrjto accoaiBimlata I'JM .1'* .
pro1 '
open r select.coramittete all good ncnrn.4: Uaioa'were:pray ng that'tbes U wiQ bo his constant sortto cuIUvst.tb over onha dred and fifty persona. ,Ho ,would -" J .: ,
tbI : the matter, be referred. to a Hendmhrp and esteem of his bitsbsew In fide phee sctRttw
4euiustth.
Mr ;
Call I I. CotBpromis* measnm mighf.becoi. pupils t a ad lo Instil say mere particularly.those visiting the South tfag

- )Csto Ot; 1 eStredPatterson,'* enstom of fie... ,. .- ;, ; >.-.v ". 4: &dere4final 1.settlement of ,'lbe, danfeerofts those principles which.tend to develop the" bsdBaa fur alth.a the fc** tof oar delightful eliautft .*sadaboIrsasousson.isg
intellect and-to Kftno the heart. ; of Ans&.
DhyGd0tabz.
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:
r .v.' p' !!: b.hon bI p. .to their especial ecnalb. and ) .
- L ; it-maial and exciting questions whic.hlhey embrace, Without berg in the least sectarian the InsUtutufeill OtOeirt.s-hhardwMe, oota: hats,CapiBonn. ,
Gf 1f. iD. an* We wonlddirect the attention of our.Trail: has ouda jMagttfeilU to make all who tny -
Ibe monaing'lolatici&fts at Washington have : be cOadacted on religious principles. give him acalL*Malortahl sad well cendar, .' Juuta, with 1IJ
fvcr tbeijuesUon propounded d/lhttt. trt J0be advertisemenUf. .our.ofd.frifnd, Mr., Mid in substance, that this settlement was ,By. amt thorough system of reviews sad,examinations "HktdWowtSho awiarthOtapvriafOMlaa .oi'Mxs 'Ua.Drytlwy : .g.u w.

; s rk : 'Did the said1 steamer" Pamperortbe : HjlTHAwiT*. Mr. HO' i. nostrangeirnongand not final and conclusive, but that the' floodgates which exporieacohas suggested- too,' .;,Yorno: lady of;ranch,.experience,. 07- eaSt at -. .
Principal natters himself that Knowledge onceacq1nired whoso ho Batters himself ha shin not bo out- pn chased at alt.\iiJ .8u iIis B,
Fort fCey'\r at any time in j *.' we trust the'e1tiZrn8.it r.' of of discord, and strife were to:be again eanaotbo loat.trreat .. rivalled by any.House ia the South AM iD vise country r their entire dock havtnf unll 't.kd41

':.a..faa ts,*'If *o,* jbow'-ofteif. at what i 'the place IP- will-bid* him"Welcome with something opened.> What does tbet conduct1" this health Inducements are offered lo the 'way'of .r this fa t lbs subscriber has..tanp.I1.that by AM of to*ttm;rWi m krt and attsMte
Democratic Caucul ,and beauty situation to sad with view totbl
oAt
4_ ,amount to, bet an open parents wish- his oxartioaf to merit the parronaso which'fthaUa a partlc arlj they
sad what.official account did sbe'e( : : more" substantial than'a mere khojd'jtdo. invitation to'Free..Soileriand Abolitionists lug to aDd their children from home as no pains > bestowe upon.him,shall be without rfjard to 'Uttet.ltri tsths;..S\.1M' W W

f'knt1f' 'DiJ she on either occasion .'fs.. :' We of toe'Nor.h and the ; wiU be spared'in providing for.their. 'comfort aadonjoyaaent. toiloroxpenso.OOThaTallahsooeo. 'N-. : ri4Qtre'saxsfaca k s.1baJv.r thea
: all love to see a good picture Disunkmists of the -, .iU'-thertpatroupJDotJ'w-1 p1si ms4quaIity.f.the1rg.s.J. ;
ViaUaBjr'papers"!, if-a/ what papers and I, and nothing is jnbre becoming for the South to renew'their assaulfeTopon the Constitution The discipline,will be inflexible;though A- .mild .Stage Agency is atlouse. j-; ''" f
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and the Union They have' said sndpsrsuassvs. ,. __ fi.. The abseriWrs ?IflM eoaIyrseeL*
/ Ibed J Tht i *anis. *of a very eon-! mantel. or parlor table than a. well executed.. in substance, "Messrs. Hale, Rhett. Giddinjrs The course of itutrnotio includes all the branches i*. SAMUEL "BUFFINGTON.Sept. leg tilth additions to their Stock'astao'stato of f
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',-II." "Cb ;. ':: : family "group. Mr. HATSAWAY'S ,tlcylifrjit & Co, wet the dominant party in Congress, and a of full. thorough preparation finished for any English College{Education class. '..18-,,"18S1.- .- m." PaopatrroR.'Boarding. the raceoncntf r1ctnaa1 ia2la c rtqulrv-* York."*snd-hAvtejf order caaMScsfboo taado aov)

: 'Ko fatti.ft simonybeing oGrecl-Mr.1' gives his pictures a superior finish and.richness do not consider the Compromise measuies ENGLISH STUDIES. :: -- ,. -. --'r- At he churUst possiUo U tko d&

"Call rose- and read the JibeJ- also a"'ett and cheerfully wish liim success. a settlement of the questions which ttiey .Hido,Tallow Be swaxkaal BM&rtx tNI
athat we '.' embiace, aiid Can in'anJ them Orthography; Reading; Penmanship; Phonog rjpHS SUBSEIBER h$( red to'aoeommo-' bo received in exebang* for,GOd,. '- *' *\ '
come
Vrftteo'tjf Lopez-4bevnng plainly the you rip rapby;Grammar Geography Ancient Modern JL date IOIi1P4toeafl
I. ; ; and a number Uoarden at his recently Friends and customers aro rftttaZlj
UAGJkZlSBS.J'he
:Vatl had YOIItJ1 Beetiou. which up at your eaihest convenience. It i.s not History; Rhetoric; Book-Keeping; Composition I erected residence ia the Northwest{Art' of tho and examine this stork before' puebs.in
upon following! have been received-Edin be ex| cted,that the Fr e.Jil"rs anti Dis- and Declamation; Botanyj. tho ;Bibla; Vocal town, the location of which is known to.U highly ,elsewhere" "_ P L. UA1UUiO

tkt libel,was founded. Mr. 411 then openad b'lltp"ReYiew for October;contents-com- unionists will turn ,their backs upon the invitations ,Mode Drawing fjuorablo to health and comfort from to elevation. -: tP.SANDEItSO. *_
SCIF IFIc..COUaSE.InteU The HOUSE is just completed ; the sleeping And September }-laCT. '. ; tf. <'"
the argument by reading the ection, at thus extended to them; amLalieady :, .
parative .Philology Definition1* Dukes .fUrbinb t other apartments being jpaciom and well anj bdas "
"follows: .'1' per.' shall within,the ; that Demon of-O.scord; Joshua R, GidJ ings, ctual. Moral, and Natural'Philosophy; it respects plastering &c. ._ -"Jr : .
any. o : ; .sources of expression in Architecture proclaimed that Congress will ere long Astronomy Chemistry; Logic; Geology. The furniture of the lion* Is"also entirely mew, ,NEW FALLGOODS;:

limiu"of the' United .States. fit.out and arm, ; Juvenile delinquency Mirabeau's hear enough of this subject. MATHEMATICAL'COURSE. being Jan received from New York .> '.

attempt! to fit out and arm,'or shall knowingly .. resnondence The Metamorphoses of How admirably does the conduct of the Arithmetic;' Algebra; Geometry;'Trigonometry Arrangement have been made to supply the table : '.a. w. DJLIITO.V.HAVING .
Apu- with
; ample and exceltoat fare and
ser
vItA
be concerned in fitting oat furnishing, Whig party in Congress on this subject, contrast ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry vants have been good jiut returned from She N'H:
employed to attend to the
Justice The .comfort -
leius catholic sad sj ortjnnt ofwo .
; Neapolitan ; Angel's with ; Differential and Integral Calculus. iid a*
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that of the Democratic! With er."M'. 4
with intent -
or ressel
4Sf arming .ar/ ship \ Theory ; and an official,. catalogue of but two or threeezceptknis they have, to a .CLASSICAL \.COURSE., 'I 1 shaD spare no pities? to tender tty House in all I ,J'.dXcy..rr.fPI..ltDRY.GOu,

that such ship or vessef shall, be, employed the Great Exhibition.! ,.,_ inane proclaimed their adherence to the Com Latin; Greek; German.> :< respects pleasant to those who maka jt their homo !t eh1vSyrchijLa&.e 4.t. fne u.c

;ia tits'cerrke of any foreign prince or State.iotanjreoldvy"dj v Not only the Whijts"or-the South coarse of Lectures will'ho yA delivered" and respectfully invite call front CitiZens who I ddw0p fan1. atnatt n 6aof UU Uttttot '
Godey is out in asplendid! number for promise. 4nring wish permanent Board or atraners who may so j. ot JicksonvUle aad the rieiniry,.jatiW
; a! ic""of people to cruise or but the much abused-Whigs of the North, the year'upon Philosophy and'Chemistry._ The joorn in our hospitable tUnis faring th**winter:L them to eallMdexamlae nu foods before Ersh .
January-Embellifbjn nts; The, parables of have made'tbis School will be furnishea with a new tee of apparatus months. W.D. Vi AllV.I
.Ul
smit hostilities the subjects ctizsnsor public and emphatic declara j sing eli .her.ii lae flatten lf'LW lM
against and will afford for be-
our sLord:The Fa.nily-thePet ample opportunities N. have :I be able to an msny'oh1a goods ch.spct.i
Happy tion. In the language of *Il!. Cabell, of coming acquainted with Science and the U. I sine the erection of my Howe .
( property of any foreign pri ce orState bird ; also a fashion Plate-contents sonnets Florida. AVhig'partv now stand where operation of iUlaws. practical farni!hedlt with a convenient Bath-EstablUh-. ever b-foro ottered, and now. f vi .; ,

or of any: colony, district or people of the parable; Lord Chesterfield ; the*great Union party, of the South stand;" *-The Academic year will bo divided: .into four ment water,and which the is neceuary always eonvenivacotjbr copiously supplied bathing.with ;narl'alli': .

with whom the United! States, ire al peace," *nd it is to them the country must look, for quarters eleven weeks each. Students may enter I should add also that house is a regular lilt Stock eoaMstiia part of Super BUck 'Haf;
the toy
after of
-unencement
Vicissitudes of Fortune Plfaeing.fhe Par any quarter and Lames an
Ian Dress Silk Va eC ITmin ati
; :
prices
the maintenance of its Constitution, its happlue"s .t &dn1Mo for lbs : -tae to and Irma West .
fee. such shall be fine be charged only from the time of their
person punished by admission, Figured Cashmeres, Parametto Ck>lks.fMMKM
illh Elizabeth Tudor and Mary Stuart and Middle Florida being one of the principle
; ; and liberties.-Pet lilt. "TEIUM upon
? l.nrtrw C.l'dFig'd sad .
1Mfl. ,
not exceeding $10,000 and imprisonment First and second1 Marriage ; costumes of __ : __ ,:Ti ...., .._ .J streets leading 4' immediately v to the W.D.W.Western Swiss Alapaea MuLaf. PUin aDd Giaghsou.Fic'd SwiM -
Board and Tuition including lights, (fuel and road. f .
not exceeding three years; and erery such all nations ; Myra-Bell ; Keziah Jones apple 'tARRIED, .: washing, per quarter, $75 00 J Jacksonville.O.-t. 9.1851. tf.Notice. bncs Worked Jaeooetti.Cuhaia C1Nti MaJRai.Cambric Calicoes Mnlia Frtae*KOMSV Hair

ship or vessel shall be forfeited. On the 11th inst.by the Re',. Jno.C. Lty, Mr. German, - 600 C-jth bkirtt. corded SktfU ke..4a
Bee needles Pioneer : Asfer
; ; my engagement .
.
He relieved the testimony in the case, ; George G. B. Hack of Richmond County a.; to (Payable quarterly in advance.) \ Urge .iortmcftt of Wo4ka. Mwha'Sril2.3b .
motbers of the west with &c. v *
; come poetry 'o& DAT STVDEXn.English ..
aid claimed the forfeiture of the ressel. MljsCiminthia Winter danghrer of Capt.Winter mHE| Subscribers heg' leave"to inform their
of tbii Studies and Mathematics, ** ftO"OQIneludinz ;._ friends and the public generally,that having I .tIsd'-J: ? -. IgCl1ltr
The most feature of Mr. Melatesh's NIWNANSVILLX, Dec. 8'h. 1851. place. the Scientific Course. 'a 12 00 -
prominent a Storehouse and wharf of thou ownthey are now Fnweh-filz .Broad Cloth. Faasrtores C.
Mr. Editor: Tbe Constitutional Union iiiItIVALS Latin and Greek ISO: prepared to receive ana forward all good introf "' ;Faurjr and plain Kentucky JM,:
argument was his contending that AT BUPFINGTOIC HOUSE, German extra .. 6 00 their of and
of Marion have foot ted to care, free charges. Merchants -Black and fancy silk Vesting, Wait. Red.
the word 'people1 signified a "nation" that men set on a move. [CoL. S. BurrixaTox Propro, r.] .Payable quarterly in adva ee.). planters will find it to theirs advantago to ship i Yellow Flannel. Color Sick Fl u.i ..,-Whitoi

the inhabitants of Cuba could not be called ment to organize a party under that cognomen Dec 10-G M Storkes, C Marsh, Ga; Jas >, References.Hoa. through this channel.as we detmniaed tdtry I i Angola Flannel;'Colered. All- W hits. Canto.rlsav
Rev. R. Wrxxcxrf.Rev. and give satisfaction Ito alt. Those Ibippinc1 r rlle.,tt.o:,&e: ..:
WKAAIO S.
in Florida the object of which as J E Broome, Fla Messrs Saunders & Bear; HALL .
; ; through from Savannah Its;will '
afttph and therefore the section which the pei1lC shoe
CORKT CHAMBERS, Capt. II. B. NoasvWilmlngtoDtDel. I' dIf!
understand it, is to unite the Union men of Europe; Marcus Woodhut, N J; Win Bed- Dr. MILLER Brandywine Village order. to bay, their goods landed vn our wharf; I 1 I TancyfCr6d ....
!
opposite counsel had read, could not apply ford, Savannah; Mrs Angelia Mrs Breasbl, DeL;Rev. -!'. BRADFORD Dover, Del. Rev. his will insuro their being pat t Jab expense at.I Ladies Super Blkwaad Cord Silk ) ..

10 a case of this nature. He cited Crabbes the Slate, upon a common plalfo ,.prepar- Germany; James Mazo, R J Mank, Gen J. E. Rockwell, Brooklyn. N. Y.; Hoa,';.Ou- U place. 5Tho ":'j Lace Veils White and CoTd Son Bonnets,.
going into a national conventioo Dr. A. Medford N. J. Barge SaHie Lodoi..ka,c.pt. A. H. Gray. Ribbon*;:Zephyr Worsted, te. Jte w.Ibes
atoryto Wm Bailey Edman Walker Ga Col W J PlIANT, EBtrpD, Ttarfa.tT.1'uEO..HYA'tT..Rev. -
and other authorities the ; '
Bvnonime, upon will continue to run regularly between Palatka [ with targe assortment of Hosiery Glow...Cotton -
THOS. CAX.Y Rev. Z.
meaning ofthe word with tbe union men of all sections of the Rally Fla; 12-J, Cole, J Cornell/Pil- A. MAKSFIELD Wi1m J1o DeL L. BARROWS, and Silver Spring For freight &:., apply IS and Woolen Skirts and l>rmw..Fiao Uaolln -'
'people as a political ,
Q ; *
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country for tbe purpose,of nominating can, atksffMr ,Benne. do JobmEngland, Anddvtr Mass. '. nov 27,'Sl.ly a Captain on bQiird,or to Koasiguol tt Gray and Cord Cbints Cirt*. MarsaiBaosaaaaoSV
word, shewing to nean a nation, an undi- David England Ga; 13-Col E G Polmer, | Palatka.. AQI tttrs ft busings mus\ be post- ted Ctfnnterpainav together with:a llrg "us*.
didates for President and Vice President. For the" paid. .: :" HOSS1GXOL te. GKAY.Palatka of Bleached aDd Brow. Sheetings".'.
VJed body. '2ndly. The act evidently con- S C; E R Stevens Fla; R J Dick, S ct} J y. Afflicted. T7 ?' f ISol. .
; 2>2m.SIX atio, 124 wids Blaached Sheeting;and dusei
4emplated an armed vessel; as all the cases This movement is regarded by some as premature Hutchinson, S C; John Goodnight S C; T T COUGH SYRUPS and MedicatedCigsrattes _. -. '. tI goods of every dcjeriptMa.
by others as merely chimerical or rather Vaugbn N Y H1 Burnell & childN Ashthmatioand Co.nsumptie; Hepatic .
; lady
reported in the books proves it to be so.- Pills for derangements t of the Liver Spleen IJ' l!UCf" r -CARPCTINGI. Ac_ .
This vessel she could a.sort of political .claptrap, designed only Y; J J Knox, S C; James Butts, N Y lie; Tonic Pills and Bitters, foX the Dyspeptic; MONTHS after iIae 1 will present the ae- Ingrain, Entry sad Stair' Carpethsk'

was a mere transport- to restore the fallen fortunes of the whigsof James Hunter, N C; Gen Hopkins Fla; Geo Antalgic PilLs,Ointments;and Tinctures, for the oC vouchers of William Sedtt,'deceald. B*:*.Boots Shoe sod UabrtUas, Reedy.

..! commit hostilities for she was not armed. Mooney, Jacksonville; 14-N C Truwbin relief of Nephntic, L'Urine Rheumatic and gouty Administrator of the CUt of Hick man Clothing "c.. *c. -#

On Wednesday. Dec. 3d,Mr Call finished. Marion'county. But sir, it is not to be GA; Charles Drew, Savannah; S M Moore. pains; Pcenitetme Pills, and Mixtures,for arresting King deceased,to the Hon. Jn
expected that any political move can* he Say; J Bliss, Buffalo; J G Cbnstee, N Y i other speedily, (cito from Into the et.jecnnde,) oeucous and Alacaaa county and to be discharged from farther I Patent Lover and Lmat Silver Waic&ee.GilCarrings. -
the closing argument, shewing that the word discharges urinary organs; Styptic administration of said sUrt. .
made, or measure proposed that will meet John H Eeaden, Jamet Weeks. Ocala; W for uterine and other emor'bsge3'Antihy- \V. W..SCOTT,Admrof the .Breastpias. FrogW RIagstndWPins .
people was a general word as used in the i: Garvin Ocala Ointments Powders and Potions Gold Pens together with*bm aes'of
the of it would be Dudley. James Garviu. ; dropical for reducing Estate of Wm. Scott deceased.. Silv.rs4J.wsirySflvTE3kiL
approbation one a Sue Gilt aad
United States, synonomous with persons.- every ; Capt Trezvant, lady child, & servant Mineral I. dropaical swellings; Cardiacal Fills, fdr By SMITH O'BICIE.V. his Atty's, te.. together with Silver Tabto aa rear measure which would not find diseases of,tbe heart and purification of tho blaftd 8 W5t. ,
an objecter Newaaotville.Sept. ,-
Us sited Crabbe's synonimes to show that Springs S B Thompson, Blackcreek; ColJ Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the constitution Spoont,Forks,.Knives, Batter KD1I.kL **,
.
'
-
from some and especially so in these D Hart Fla 15 John NlleevesPalatkaDaguerreotypes. .* &e -k- -
quarter ; Antidysenterie Pills Tot dysentery and "- '
fact. Again, the vessel was to cruise or ; ; Notice. ,/' Country JlsrebanU wa id do wen ttf call .4
diarrhoea tinctures aDd Embrocations for ,
times of difference when of ; Magic '
sennit hostilities-not to cruise and comait political nen the speedy relief of nervous affections, especiallythose S. IX MONTHS after date I shall present y ae- I viauice my Stock as goods will be .o14'.
the same section and of identical interest are of females; Disinfectant and Prophylactic counts and vouchers as the-Administrator df t'etd.S cheap Its they call bay ia Savaaaah.
hostilities-these expressions constitutedlisUsct mIlE undersigned baring returned W action Washes (the former secure against infection and the Estate of John G.Ziriax. daceaseM, late 5f In. SmfcBcribcr thankful to the pahlla fsv As
onces. 'so wide of each other upon the same sub J. vile with bu Sky Light Dsgnemm Fanl the latter neutralizes by,a chemical process,any Monroe county to the Hem Jddgi of Probate of .h 'tofoj besVfw dap aaiaLaMfB>to

But what reasons are urged against ion, would respectfully otter this M a favorable contagious vicus with which one may chance to Monroe county and shall at same time apty,to strict attention to basia.t itt orfttaaMM
The second libel introduced was for said Court for a discharge from said Admiautra- of the sam U. W. BA&TUM.
carrying constitutional opportuniy to all tboM who wish a luperb likeness come in contact;) Coils Syrups for children; Disentients .
the organization ot a union of theouelvei IriendJ, with the Wilt finibh lion of said estate. '' ** Jacksonville,S pt25r 1351. Sa.
a false registry. On Thursday, Dec. 1 1, very for swellings, pimples, (freckles te.; .
party fa Florida, and by whom are they Now is the time for procuring a fine and beautiful Salve for sores Unguent for itch' scaldbead All persons interested are desired to take no -

thji Court proceeded to pronounce its opinion article for Christmas and iNew Years presents, burns,Ice.;Collyrta for sore eyes; Dratiefieos and tice. NICHOLAS SMJTHAdmr. Groceries!II:Gro erlell'11! .
in the two libels against the steamer ramp urged such as Gold Breast Pin, Locket or Bracelet or Collutories for the teeth and gums; and'various Key West. $OY. J3.J851.. 6m.i .
Is it said that the Union ought not to be a fine I'aper Macbia Cue inlaid with Pearl;or be other ,remedies are manufactured to order on .: 1 'RECEIVED pr SehVJrebwcribwtfrom
re, and after an able review of the aigu- Morocco Cases of any size, at a low rate;call and I chemical and pathological"principles 'Universally Notice.-' from Nay \.ork, afiiHaad well scbet assortment
sides saved OA Constitutional grounds 1 Is it said examine at the Pavilion on the lot between the recognised by the profession and generallykept I .if GRJCERIES.adpted exprwdy
.eat on both condemned the vessel that tbe compromise measure should be houses Mrs. Hall and Mr. Grotbe. on hand at the Brick Office of D1(.*BAKKH SIX MONTHS after dat., the nndenffgncd ad- t-tntirv tiC.eoflS3tin-iri p wir both charges, concluding with these JAS. L. HATHAWAY. opposite tbe Court HOt:' ,*" \ of the Estate of Thomas Jones cure&h1asSbouMetS and Bt *rSida,x.IiPork

nulified as Unconstitutional, unjust; and op- Jacksonville, Dec. 18, lS5l.-3t. PRICE per bottle, phial box,**.,with 'directions deceased late Alachva county State of Florida Fulton Market Beef; Pickled and Sawkad
words : No these not be News please insert St. for their use, $1,00 sT will exhibit his aecorfnt and voucfierl before Beef,Tongue. Smoked.Scteon and Beef;Bob***-
"A separate decree ordered will be made i IlreMive" are reasons PRESCRIPTIONS in extenso with medicines the HoaoraU Jtfdge of Probate for said county, Saoager MVtr l, Codish,Irish Potatow;S-

urged by tboaf who objects to the organiza Sale of the Steamer ,$5,00 in hand add front $3 to $1O0, according and pray for flail settlement and discharge from gar"J moa, Boston Soda and Abwacthy tt+.
far the sale of the nIseI and in as much asa Pampero. to contract and the nature of the case,*when the said estate. *, cui",: lDOked Herrings, Goahea Bau.r.-WI

another decree of forfeiture is this day tion. BY virtue e of decrees of the District Coart'o the cure is completed; or,in incurable cases;when .. Wm. WARD.'Admr. Lid Catsups, Preserves and Pickles Dri 4.tm4
But they ray wr are good Union men ; we United &taUs for the Northern District the relief promised afforded: Special contracts By J.C.11.\'I'ELY.bi.Attl.. Green Applw. Uri Fciches eheiea (eSeetio*
pronoanced and entered against her in another of .Florida in two several causes of the United made in chronic cases when desired. 30,1351.. 6zn.Notlee. j and assortment of Stuart's RefinedCaadiMt.

suit under another libeK violation are for acquiesence! in the compromise ,measures States against the steamer Pampero her tackle Orders from a distance, with mooisy enclosed Tbs nndsntigaed would also respectfaUy Mont
>
or r a
and decided ly opposed to a dissolution apparel and CII furniture and br virtue of an orderuf will meet with prompt attention; his old customer and the public in general. toN
nf the registry act. Therefore but one or4sr Ale to me issued from said Court I will sell at Jacksonville Dec, 12. l&l. tf be has on bond in addition to tbe above,- .

of anil be entiled of the Union ; ji we are equally opposedto public auction to the highest' bidder, the said A.LL PERSONS having any d maad*against A FULL (AND BY HI\f ELF CAREFULLT
he nude
bale to in steamer her tackle and furai at William Vinzant, late.of Columbia "
the organization of a constitutional union Pampero apparel r J"or'tSale. estat SELECTED) STOCK OF DRY GOODS
toth be made ture at Jacluoimlle, Fla., on Saturday the 17th deceased.are hereby requested to
cases The Ale' to by or under coanty almost and suited fir tftf
State the basis of the THE RVfticieiice 01 the Subscriber, within the of evet-yquality same
party in the upon day of January next Terms cash. present then duly authenticated time
Ibe Marshal( this Court, at public auc- JOH.N T. MVK1CK. 11. S. Marsh .::: near the Episcopal Church. Persons prescribed by law or they will be barred,and all SOUTHERN MARKET;

lien, to tbe iughett i dder, at*the Town of compromise measures as a it settlement, of By GEO, J. ZFkNBAUFR, itap. wishing a bargain are invited to examine parsons indebted to said estate arc reijnesttd. to His stock consists ef a' well iekci.4 ueartaMa*
the slavery querfion; ; because they say it i ir. is Jacksonville,.Deo. Id. !&1. teL the Premises. Titles good. and mako immediate payment to the undersigned. of Staple Dry said Fancy-Goods Ready. MM
Jack.oniUeIo'beee the steaner now lies r. ruession given immediately. t JA.\JS: VISZA.'i1. Adm. Clothing. Cutlery,Hardware, tolfthU1riSJa Cmkerr. *-
rat:ficaton of the of the mi render of southern J. M. DANIEL.
Nov. 13 iS5l.. 3m. and ShoesHat aadCflMV
and on some day previous the 22d January I. Alligator, Ulauware.Boots < '
nphts. Now what d- they wean by Stolen, Jacksonville, Nov. 20.1351._tf. r' _, Saddlery; la short every variety ef GoodS nsvaUykpptiaaDrjGccds
next to be designated by the Marshal ; of 'the St r. *'
one nndorsinged on the thir ; .j
how .
w
the surrender of southern and if FROM Notice
rights
I '
of which Caie and'place of sale the Marshal met., a yellow leather pocket book Eight Sections of LandOn ; *"AU kin!of country product taken in .seW"
the organization of a constitutional union coutaicing from one to two hundred dollars in Ike Santa Fet River, .i'a hl.4 County, WITHIN Uncs of the Stattit biaea-cue. for Goods,at tba higbest marktt price*
shall pice at leaf* 25 days notice ii.some ba.uk bill.-aud a number of notes payable to $ providad 1 will apply to the '
party a ratification of such rurrendrrl 'The :'Florida. thV' All the-Goods i" n he sold upon v'ry reaoaahl
one or more of the pubLc frcumpapensyriiiled Dudley & Garviu or bearer. and to Wm. H. Dud- [Eatf Hon Judge of tbe Circuit Court for Eastern terms. Customers would do well iemH 'sad asI .
cuitclusiou, i i4 inevitable, that. acquiesence ill lay or bearer. A liberal re.ard.ilI be paid for *To be Sold at Public" Sale. Circuit of Florida for leave to sell the land belonging J amin foi themselves before purchasing el* wh *%
in Florida ; and at least twenty !&)'* the restoration of the above or any part at.the ',' to the Estate 'William Scettlal of that will aa-
I the compromise is such surrender, and the General Assembly. Colombia deceased. J' ha being folly assured none g away
first
s me. DUDLEY & GA11V1N; obedience to An act of th e unty, j
the mintfortWm.
notice in some ncbpapers j.oteJ inisavan-I t W.\Y' suited as regard tta goddJ ao priet
SC01TtAIhu.
oranijatsuis of such a rattheat.on: of ,Chapter t,aDd under tha direction, I. MORRIS.KEZL.
sab, Ga. And -proceeds of tbe sale toke I party Notice. of Governor.." "will offer at pabbo sale'for D) SMITh. !,.' O'DRIB. .. r Censer Oeeaa a Be, I II08EPH IL
ibat surrender and yet they are for attptiettnte. the town of Newaansville. Alachna conny His Atwroeyl.
; in
cautioned from cash
persons aro hereby trad. Jaekfonvilta, NerilO,'l lIt
n.to Court the Marshal
.
brought audit
by ALL _
,on Tuesday, the 2Jd day ot December next Affigstdf Spt.6ll.-lltf. _w -
I and for the preurvation of the Union. for or pqrcfcasiug auy Aoto or Notes : .. ..
the further orJtr of the Couit in theprems. bearing date before the fifteenth day of Dee'bar the following tracts of land to wit I fhe :.. of .NoE'I
Now if those advocate of southern rightsare 1 5ip4>aboto Dudley tiarvin or bearer or tectlna 7, the W. hf. of section 3, W. hK of sec- Notice l'
.' ion 17 1 hf. of: section lit, sections 19, 2.21Z), '.
of Aoie o* Notes bearing date before said time ,
really ?mcert fl their professions tie any to fivo thousand and nino- Firm of U. 0. MOM Ji Co.. Jackson- CJreajl Cl IhlnEAND
30 and amounting TIE
payable to Wm. li. Dudley or bearer as a Dumber Florida been .
Con;ru. vut.oii to the Union' and their to 6300 acres. ,East having dissolved on .
wilinguess
of such notes have been stolen from the aa- y-savea ; the lau firm t
Both Houses of Cores.t' Monday makers of such notes will The above lands were selected under the Act of thdt1arcb,1S1-tGsa owing
re 01 acqu>e.
regularly or'aaizeJ-a. quorum ot each i uuile! upon those issues, and organize Of such and by notifying subscribers. applemental to the act for the admission of Florid store. owooeal'ied H.by 6.-MOS5.Ambler Hoeg 1 Sarviving,' oK vi. >ooi JUST or nxcoiM'c., sATaJiCZ5ONVILLT.,1LS. artflOV

having been 1.1 attendance. The Sei.ate wa< I upon thoe principles so as to Concentrate DUDLEY GAttVLY. and" and Iowa are into represented tbe Uniod as.and mostly for "rich other hammoek" pur- D. C. AMBLER. J Partaars.Jaeksoaville v. .
Jacksonville Dec.18, l&l.-4w. pOses Not. 20. I&l. 4w. hit Fall Stock of .
called toor.Ier the Presi Jent the Hon. ? and distant from ,
"first' rate
by uifioent strength to them out. Well, Morning and pioo< IIASjed"criTed
carry News Mercury -
Savannah ) and Charleston \awnansvtlie,the"County town, about 7 miles. .1 Dry Goods of .
\. R. Ibhc, and tbe H">use of Represent- hey a week for lout weeks and forward their bill to this of satisfying the claims "Notice. f terms for CAM1. Ir.mentions. as ia part of laitOCk
lives officer
succeeded In electing all its ions, for the purpose .
has become -
obol te that the .* *
( ; compromise OfficeOolnmblaOountyTaxOollectonSale. the Ta lab e MONTHS after elate I will present my ac -if J *;* f
The lion. LINH BOYD was chosen Speaker; a law of tbfe'land ; tbe Union is out of danger against W l.&rouFundo, SIX as the Administrator on the t'
Mr. JOKN W. FOES IT Clerk Mr. A. J. ., Tress fcEx. Off. Comm. Tallabasiae Fund- Joshua llogant, deceased to tho Hon. Julge of Ready Madt Clothing CWi
; and for old "
it remains
; iso only party November .1. 1851. j< nOT. -teL Probate for Colombia county"and ask for a final .Ccttontt
GbOMiacKKEa Sergeant.at.Arms; Mr. JOHN lines to te redrawn and old patties to remainas virtue of authority vested ia me by law,1 '. '. settlement and allowance of the *ato and of my cot. Ginghamt, .
BY for isle in front of the Court from the administration of said etato'- C/ofJi, Catsimeretj.f
discharge
expose .
M. JOHKSOX, Postmaster and Mr. Z. W. _JanI&dtobie, by the month or year,8 '
; they were previous to the existence of House door bf Columbia County,on the Brat Monday kSTH1ftHOG.tNS. Vesting Sfenj .
bodied white colorH.
MeKxxw, Doorkeeper. those[ issues. of June 1S52, the f following described tractor V V or 10 able JlaDd..1.be and or .Administrator.. And Boy //a/5, Copt; Boat and 8liti.i.
FOr pcb godd wsgeswill given promptpiy -
parcel of land situated ia said county w the Animator.Oct. 3, 1S51 6m.SherlfTa 'J '
.Tsgetberwitltssrietyot
Oa Monday tbe Senate Mr. ofMississippi insured. ALSO, 1 .i' .
Fwrr said ,
,
But sir, tquirmuknttt,, at an organiza- Suwannee river near Livingston Ferry on -- '*
notice of river,containing 400 acres, owned by Amos Bin- POT Sale On accommodating terms a BrickYard .*. FANCf ARTICLESf
gave a movement in* tiOD upon the basis proposed, is itself a,demonstration lie, or heirs, for taxes due the State and county with its tUtores*a number of eligible haild- Sale. Ha rerfpecifully invHia a call 'from Tows"es

behalf of the Irish exiles. The President's that those issues are not obso for the year W51. Site and county tax *QOn. big lots, one improved ditto Garden l'arm, and WJtL expose to sal in front of the CourtHouse Country eustomerssnd.assureS them .that Car
A.J..T. .alT. lots,of anysixa from 5 to 60 acres;all in
timbered I u.lijo'.Vpo sr-vans*
Message having been presented and real, etc, and that the Union is not out of danger Sheriff Ex offiei Tax C'tor. immediate vicinity of Jacksonnfls.-pt7 ia lathe'December town of Jacksonville between, on the the usual first passed.cheapness Apply and good at the sign of the IJISsI'SCap. Jtoif

lea thousand copies were ordered to be Deo. 13, 1S51. decl8-id. to Monday next Oct. 3 JIOI. St
prin and those gentlemen wouW be the last Alligator Jacksonville- Deo. 4 1S51.' tf. hours of sale, the following >scrib 6 property,towitt ? -
.
ted. Mr. FOOTE, of Mississippi, gave notice to afford tbe all that tract situate lying aDd being, oa -
organization. ; Hail Old Field branch,to Dnvri county,Florida; about iflreImportation tit:GnnHE .
of his
intention United States
to introduce a resolution The Bread Cake & Pie Bakery.rrUIIS .
,
If it were true that those questions were two mite north of Jutfngton creek ; bounded
declaring the measures of Adjustment rwra 'Steamer VANAN HOE.leaves is to inform the Public that wo ban made North, Southeast and,,West by lands formerly Suhscribers ban Jut rae ira4
p.s.4 finally settled ; if the Union i is really out of Pilatka e.ery Monday morning,at 8 0'clock, for A full preparations to supply the towns and beloDg ag to the estate of Frederick Hartlv,dec, JL from Maaafactavr* ia: a1.

daring the last session of Congress to be danger; if all are Union men, then the organization Enterprise, MeQonville, and intermediate land- otberpurchaer5, with very excellent BREAD, said lands belonging to Nathaniel Ilartly,the,Uni- made expressly' "order.IpIt .P13TOL.
a definite settlement of the questions Inll Laying excellent accommodations for paaenlen' PIES,*CAKES;which wo are now delrrsnngrcpularly lit!States; ;and tho wtaU of Joseph,bowmerall. Doable aad'8iBghCrr.I' GUX&t. '
growing can do no harm. It will, like and connecting each way with the :ivan- at the houses of cutomva.W. die ; said tract containing three hundred and fif FLASKS &HOT BELTS.CUSSION .

"dL.L oat of the_system. .of*domestic slavery.. the issues which form the basis of the organization ash United States Mail. Boatl. For freight or .. take: this opportunity'of. expressing; oar ty-roar acres more 0'1' less;.togetierwithQUth,. I at Sporting CyHGTN apparatus.WADDING-;U4. itWttI ';
remaps me suDject 01 greatest interest to passage apply 011 board. thanks for the liberal eVI! *_.! enoouyagsu' improvements bateau erecwa; ana wui oe oia variety-TtOHi.cKE&ZU3ANZ.- ,.
become obsolete, and therefore L.II. ROgsIGNO which.have already receivedVyad While respectfully to satisfy an exeoutioa favor of C. B.'Emory. I .
our readers in this State-is the contested could do no one barm. Jf it be trill Captain. asking eontinusnco of the same, feel warranted Admr. and Rebecca E. Read.Adm'x. ,. of. the es-I 15 )meetiazCarkstouaC.oV.13.i._. dp te
any !
seat of Senator from Florida. Mr. Morton Pilatka,Nov. r.W1. dee-ittn ia claiming for b. Bread which we offer tate of Calvin Read 4eo. f .- -"..
that a constitutional 1 union party would be unsurpassed i fe all tbo aeDUalI.WCla goo Property*t forth in Mortgsr :-
presented the certificate of Guv. Brown qualities and wholeloma. JOHN G.; S.flTH'Sberiir.T. I'UaXD1rt.IiUpN"" ,
.
oi life
of Court make the staff jlsiabia pure .
nothing but a political humbug, then it would i VIRTUE OF A DECREE the -.
certifying the Election of the Hon. S. R.Mai- I BY Chancery for Madison county, I will exI .. We shall continue to aaa the best Boar, N. MeCORMJQK, 1JeJlo-:-' SIhVrjbevs.aro dally' rM2flaV lra
be harmless and could hardly invoke in the hands of an experienced Baker,iarti- : MDnval f1J& dtmUte
lory to the Senate. repro. pose for sale upon the lit day of January next which Bread, ocLscJ,18511, I \: :3 ,
bation or opposition from those who can see I I before the Court House door iQ the town of Mad flea us ia promising our customer* good *Irtmt n.mrko. ?,
He also presented a copy of the journal slaves the of the os- & r ** #tjN* ,..wai .ill be sold OD ., -
property
far into the : lion,fiftysixnegro and families wWra withIn Cod .
see so political future as (ode* Tiekefafarisisbed any .-. TUOH SAN
deceased.
of the House Representatives this State tate of $. H. Batter the limits of the town supplied at aa. jy hoar. ._. SC i il.ClastosrWmcui .
vine what is to to Terms oao-fhlrd cash b.IADce In one .or two | VIRTUE of ibantrltjvost.d jneby \< Jag
yet come .
which is claimed by Hon. L. Yolre as evidence pass.. Ie.". ft. G. MAY evary day* Pico.-ctJ.MYERSt't'V1l'f'> r loaf.- iJinovzrtr BY Law shall expose (or sale Wore tbe CourtHouse 'QI Nov.., .' <. -p1w. ,, ..
.
mm m 11 fJ .. ... '?
Commissionar. .' .sU- door In the "waot Jacksonville, county : ,
thai be elected at tbe time. 'G :
wu same TIM Democracy aad UM .....* November 2!. .851. 27-Us !4';? r i! of DaVaVoa Abe first Monday ia January ned. :: ,' o ;i Sal ? ri "
T" .
The proceedings it appears were certified by The action of the Democratic Caucus at bet..Ute uwal hours of sal the tonewingproperty *
Wanted. to'witT-That certain lot 'parod of YTIRTDE of thiphr 'niw-. aw'
piece
% ,
*
.
_
the Secretary of State. Mr. Morton would at Washington proves bow hollow, soil A Card. 11.1' Tischart fcy.' .'ander.tL land,'. tat t tying and being fa tttf'tAwa of .LP Law,! shall xpoM for sakhata iMCsMM

only present the matter for tbe consideration worthless is the claim;wbich the Democra.c milE Sabseriber having leased the well-Wowa A Sflh1ATlO Lady-boIlLf.f1t" $rEGOT'giansbyblrth'and JackwnviUe. DHVal connty aDd State of Florida House door ia tho towaof Jaea arffla.oajMfof

set np tn the exclusive. guardianship offeoatneni :1 house formerly kept by Mr. John Clark; .ip&and eduestioi.'TheJhvS tbosd. known dUtinguubcdoa OIl ,the plaa ,or plat of IWTalcithe'rrst5l of the Senate, and such action as they opigh Righto." It ;is well known that takes this method of Infora -the citizens of .f.two yearrxpeneneo in the.business said tows at lot number four In square. number ,hours of t k, the iBo j *"
deem without indications his laMaUOnTlUO and vicinity.that aayW II now ready to vantage reference as'to'ability '..oNortb by.Fonyth street, Easfhy scribed property or..vaek thorvof u w* _
,
I proper part, tbe maintenance of the Compromise i.- essential hoar of the day.from 1 sad eaa-"satisfactory, Aea4etnr1e.-om. Mark i ,atreet.W or 161 panher ftv.of.said the Stale and County Taxei da* thertoavteywrlW.Wifitt.nvo _

I what thafactioa should be. He simply .4- to the maintenance of the right of ?Socktothamofalnguntil lOst night ; be can qua1iAcwoD, b.c.of'A Florida female, would.b .prercmd, MOMCvaad.SortiC.by lo*.<*nmber' one of old ',Hii4rsd-aat Ta
the South and .t the'"shortest DOU .,Tiu Cold thriving village with .U and als lwt& tea. eight Acre of laao aitaato. lying aM **
.d that the papers Should be read. Tn therefore, essential lo ,tbe furnish Lunch but it this cannot be b4 the CJlD&urGJtO would Moart Togetbe c > "
of the Union Ham Beef Ton(11",Pigs feet,-'Tripe, Shrymp* mcnts.heridTtamwU aid appurtenances Urtreaato tft wampof ,Bfg Pottalwn Cmk. '
Chair stated that preservation ; and yet the dominant had his LiqaonD4 tab cbarcoot a school.JOB -;; :"P' .. PtC.r-
the
peculiarity of the case;' in Sardines, Fish ko.; bo has nod ''.GrHrn'm..u. belonging or.ia mnywisa'apaertciaiaf tfTS* numbered asJedaoB Ffty aovfootao
the lbs anders
I party House laid upon the Jable selected .in NewYork and Vddrssa '. the of Samael Bpeaotr to j latisfy .TownshSir-.Tawo 'oata,' RaaP'1wanINv
wines > -
proptrty
hi. o8" ?ju 6 'r OHNV JC' oo as
it .
placed beyond province to decide and resolutions declaring their adhesion ,to the paid the highest prices for then,sad bas U.Winosaad .-.---. ., ., ."tf.o.j1 -. .' ,, an execution Issued from the drooit Court of Duvalconnty F.aa$ rlbO&e..r.&wf.-w: Gsss| ot*

kit it with the! Senate. measure of the compromise., Where"-were Liquors of the fret quality< i also Porter ,'t.-Oet16S3.. .,. -' ... .' .(- .. >Iay Term 1851, In,(vor of ,Thomas. FloridZ Said Land b mgonc4ty" thaaixot
tire Northern and. ,G'DU.'D will ple&' md judge -, _. -.- I J \V. JOD'S. Property pointed&b.l tho Plaintiff. Franc's Goodwin, or owaer anknawa. \
After able tbe naUral alliesof '
aa discussion it was moved by Democracy" for sad speak of no .they find me. : PIUST1SONITATtT 'GEO.H. SMITH She -. C- URHU OOWD .'

Mr, lty, that flit gentleman whose credeoiafc the Sooth, on tbat'oceaalon 1 And N.paiAI wmUtparodtoplaaso All who niavfii.TortwwUla'esU. KtECPTKO AT BT J NO.W. PRICE, Dp. Sheriff, T.'re Corr..D..
where were those. Southern members .woo S.-TYLER .T acl.I nTiUl', TV-cembcr 4 J !. tI. Jalok rn."rr.,n,., Not:ctr.. I"JotoJ..k

ti *ete ff't'tflted-1Ie eworn in,acwdin$ hate lustily* disclaimed all h"rtil5tr* to the I Jaek'nvIlt.0et.2; 1CiI, tf I 1hT1OFFICE. 1% >* .



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8T:0 SZ ti l t>v H-..od1e. In 'b -mere1b.L.. 5rast TfJEJJIi'RIODICLA1
tr I p } N B'O y'I 'the: QIed.8tte.'. and to 'aittt from f .p 1 I I I r. J l 'led ewe.' t o. ee 7.- '
.:. tt ( t, h, 'u 'r1J : *T1gPARJfER'g'mJP.T
IS I'tmLISItED: EYEItYTHtr SD4Y.AT CQT1t N---1 t1 nS'.t Cc ., 6m kf ter the 30th Jane, I irj tnut >! EBUA CI ..

Tiitk UT111e. Daval County, E.F'jby '. 'A D; 110 :,J.U: .:tit e'GENERAL f *HV5: >I 1 'Ijjlff.I; ', '' CER'A1N' 'To Dr.E. > l at ,(1 tiits,44-'nO 4iiiaIiL.*

; Q P\f .q 11'V For every or paper FOttjTHE ] : t.L ** lMr Idi aI ... -$ '
) ; COJIMI to ..!.! t .i"lltlttr i.nurpt.. -',. '- ff.F(4 : > o. : "N !
anykind, _. shall,b EFOttPe$* .% = .
c4't6N4ikTTh6
TEENS.-Three Dollars'per annum, payable Corner* Hay 'and/Jejfermi? Streets. ] .* asked ,communicated in'wntig 'b OARONrO.iDIARRHC'sxpreaathg cu'ny IO1&OSm-fV pbi tkSj.l1eomisl : .-

*upon ordering the Paper. SAVANNA. /: *. 4 or signs Sent by mall, the t ,inrtbc ; \ I1casbaa3s.cJp4. .. u. i Mr
Iir
1S' table shaH be charged ; and for 1. with t' ; .
: .Subscriptions: If not paid before tho expiration JOHN BOSTON. lOBS II. Ct'NBY., half ounce or fracton"of an eter."diono I WSENTERY44Which e: f "t74.>'t :lufl." Y4 r 1:8WA-ct1 .. .the 1Ic4oncultazal

f o/tko. year,are charged,t. '* / October :SO, 1831. tf. weight named table, an. additional single. r., ; 'i" fJrJ:1 C"S
1
Advertisements will be inserted 0 at the following rt is tq' be charged.. *has ever been presented to the pnMte.: : ,1tiMr i "JY1lrJ w. *

mtess One Dollar per square (twelve lines)for 'E. M. MOORft, '& CO.,: -- It stands upon its'own' merits, nftdtieeds':no several Mr. Poinsett-i-bare This suffered wiU auch iq 1r fIfU' I 1' 'J lt ft,0

tlic first GENERALcommssioN 'fi@"lTttASNorriit b.' To ctfMt year this 1My: *' del 1S1 llsrz'fla/; JL .' 'f "J"f"
and Seventy-Five CcnU for every subsequent .11. pufng.l ) t1meaonrCbxonIe ; ( "Boo"
bqr
0. tlao. it/ tAj Jbn,,
f -
INSTAWCPP Indian. .Loxecust,-and received an, relief, .ll
insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal'diieount mERCHANTS ANDFACTOR'S eUr timd JobiFrNotteri 'M"2gqgsrp '
08 : reason1 to doubt its AN Hah
Is and have
permanentBelieving
will be mode. All'transient Advertise- i ai"i TIns Valnable''p rprati6ii compounded. it to- 1 awe : ( l3cleutikAgricu1u -Ya&.
1I several medicinal roots growing the wwi a duty wh u.t- lete. b.c., &e. _
iucnts(except by persons navingji running account (SmetU new "Warehouse,) 8 o.: Wid of Flod. It-is PtKKLT and .WHOLLY med, present: you this i bIa1rge hidlTT nw 1efYOri 'D1 ."t1r
with the office) must be pail for previous to publi- 8 ESPECIALLY for the cure as you"thnk cenicatrwhleh"OI.C yatqctsr T.luJIMs,
cation.Persona. < 219 Bay-Street, Savannah, Ga. 'Oo .J p, Vegtble. disease. The Inventor .and Proprietor t ia OTrgh : pages, with 18 or 20 apleD4id IIXJ
4 0 G is fully convinced that "t is invaluable found one who did enMOre .
mdicie
.. aDd
t- &hin'fiOOentn'ringr-
o a .
at a distance ran their remittances E.M. N M. HARRIS. \ 1 h..4. lot..r
MOORE 1.
govern ZOEi.O Medicine. In fact the test that he has cl tef"1 highest style ottkears
for advertising,by the following rates Oct. 23, 1S1. tf. in tho town in which he resides, and the gvn1 ,( t' .? 'z implement of husbandry Bnstrctmf in ibMs Mv*
Pastor .tJPIUOLX now usefarnheThJUiab bv
WHEN Cts. Cts. Cts. Ct,. thaWrt
PKEPAID. ,
ancceH with which it has met, warrantshim
taking :
One .et1ot
(twelve line. lIix months 1 at tne&ods
published /
square ) Joseph S.' Baker M D. Weighing 4 oz. or under,being in saying that it is a,POSITIVE CUKEl j ,P:: 1 & : harvesting ko. A th orptoagblnt'
for l.ooo 3 6. 15 4tt various fj!
10
single rates He has therefor come to 'the determination animals in'tiefr highest
PRACTITIONER OF MIDWIFERY t ; berfecIn
'Dr.E.L'PoinMiDe"ar iioUf7oafinttlUabte
MEDICINE Three
+i Two squares, for six months 13 00 Over i 01. andnot over 1 oz. 6 122 3 place it within the reach of all,' knowing how' a Pictorial feature of the boolt sr.miuWae
:
.* l Overljoz. and not over 2 oz. 12 dian Loxecust. has entirely relieved me rJreO! .; tsnt et
Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth 2 0 Disease, particularly in the Southern Notices to debtors and creditors 7 00 I ;:
recommendyour
of : cheerfully
A Over 2 oz. and not over 21 01. 15 3 5 Western States. ,. attk' Darca :. .
; Ja
pullahed
Application forlettersofadminirntion 5 00 Streets ojynsile the Court House. WHEN UNPAID. In purchasing my Indian Loxe .t" t similarly afflicted*. 3. .s..J.1IIoalty
Numbers of
b .
each
With &e.. Wj ges i exGl
,.4 Notice of Application for dismissal as Adrainis- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Single rate,a above . 5 10 10 15 particular and look for my written. signature -0 .i .i/THAD.iC.respect yours ANDREWS.AKERIOAN Steel'engravings-'is'sola'at 29'centzo,et"'e, s

v, trntor, $10 00 Cct. 16, tf. Over i oz. and not over 1 oz. 10 2 2 3 the label S for. the entire wctkiattutaben. ef dicktbtNwill '.
Over 1 oz. and not over li oz. 15 I rfer nublio below to a few ceriQtl.- y -* --
beat .
3 S 4 ieidtwen -
For announcement of candidates for office 5 OC y-two.
N. H. CORWIN & GO.'S ORCHARD. Over li oz. and not over 2 oz. 20 4 6 lected from among many received frm rsot AND FOREIGN. -', The' 'Penpibnd 'u<\\
No announcement will be unless the ble citizens of Jacksonville.
made
same Over 2 oz. and not over 2i oz..Z 5 0 :AGEWoiTn ; : fol1owsrIzs. ., ., ta ::a
EGBERT POINSETT; .
be accompanied with the amount Middletown Orange The i.ondon Quarterly Rev1ew (
charged. county
MOTE.-From and after the 30th June 181. the CITY \VA8HilTGTOir CoUerYitI!.)
,
Editorial notices for private benefit will be New York. mode of computing the rates upon P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable ,The'EdinburgReTuew.; (Whig) n4'oNortIt
-i. letters from office within tho United Every family 'ought to keep it TTYNDER, direcfron'of'AARON1. HAIGHT British ltevtcwj"ji.ree ;ww; SK
o. one
charged double the rate of advertising. lediciDe. c.harcbBl
iJ
Frulfs, Frnltaml Ornamental TREKS States or Territories to another, and also on PALMEB. of Now York;;and ;vWORTH- ster Review, (l..lberal, nCJOd'1 Edfc.
Religious, Obituary and Marriage notice,will Plants, Shrubbery. Ac. &c., furnished to letters between the United and the British upon A. M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson. INGTON GARRETTSON; SNETHEN of New burgh Magazine; (Tory.) *a ,.i. t fST'
Stats
be published gratis.Communications. Order. North American provinces be to ville. Orleans, Attorneys 'and Counsellors of the Supreme Although these works are, diitinguiihedby Uk.
a folows. Court of the United ., '.
States. shades above
political indicated
wit not half yet but a smaQ
must be : Single i( ;
.post paid. November 33, 1831. lawtf. double rate rat exceeding exceeding half ounce,bet not 1ACISOVILLEE. F., August 15th, 1851. Tiustablhent.1 formed. for the following portionof.their contents is-devoted ttfp lrUeal
a
-
-s.
-- exceeding an Sir This will inform that-one bottle ** subject. ,Jt is .their.liUarr character
rate -wUea
exceeding an ounce; : you obi
J. F. Sanderson JAMES M BAKER, ounce, but not exceeding an i and a.half; of Dar you medicine called INDIAN"LOXOST. ha Frcil ia the Supreme Court of give them"thelr"chief value,.and in that they

and so on charging a additional rate permanently cured two of.my negroes a severe the conducting preD stand eonfessedly.' abovtt.au *ta r.Jovtelt.(
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ever
I' their class. BMckisood,lUll U1IcJu.the maat&,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW additional half ounce or fraction of half attack Dysentr. consider it a excellent bore Cong
Alligator, Columbia Co., Ew Florida.M The mode of computing rates upon letters to medicine and take 'pleasure 2.For recovery of all claims guidance of Christopher North,ssataizfjfts.
11 AVIXG removed his office'from Columb. .- -- -. ---- -- Great lritain. and to all other foreign countries, in recommending it to the public.Respectfully .get in law or equity'aeainst the United States ,b cient celebrity, and ia at this time,.a .
County to Jacksonville Duval County, Whit Smith & HI. O'Brien the American provinces excepted, fore-Congress or the executive'Departments. tractive; from the serial works of Bulwer and otfc.
respectfully informs his friends that he will continue will remain as at present,under the act of 3 S. D. FERNANDEZ. against foreign.,.Governments, before.Board* 5 of 'erKtCTarynotables,-written for1 thai Moguiae.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, and agreeably to instructions appen To Mr.E. Poinsett.. Commissioners. and first appearing ia it* columns boUrt favjOmt
the practice of his profession as formerly. :fnrchI8. of foreign 8. For. the 'scttlement: to.aceount'with the Britain and in the United SUtes. Such works u

He will attend at each and every Term of Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M. taLe postges.DRECTINS.. JClSOILLE. May 6th, 1851. State, Tre& War, NaY Pos Ofce'an The Caxtons'and "My New Novel,'*(botf by.

the Circuit Court in the several Counties of WHIT SMITH, I M. O'BBIEN, This is to certify it is with much pleasure that I' Inteor & remi Bulwer. ) 'My Peninsular MedaLJfThe.Qdea
lat. Every or parcel, half to that I have been effectually and for Hand.l and other serials of which
Office at Alligator. | Office at Newnansville. exceeding announce su tnupnes foreitue. numerous rival
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of r an ounce in weight, shall be'deemed single letteror cured of the distressing complaint called pst ofc or other. editions are.issued by-tfe. leading MbtJsherr ia

Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Suprcmt S. W. BAKER rate.2d. entcr by the highly recommended rem Dy jaws. this country, have to be reprinted bythoeej b-
'Court at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St. All drop-letters, or letters placed in any Poinsctt. I had resorted to many 4. For securing letters, patn for.Inventions Fishers from th(pages of Black wood, after it has
All his : ATTORNEY AT LA W. post office, not for transmission, but for deliver but of no avai'; I was induced to try thlg. from the United States or 'Govern been iuusd by M, Scott fr Co.w>tb t'b-
Augustine. business entrusted to care shall be with at the ver ments, and procuring land warrants and to the that
JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA. only, charged postage palatable }Medicine and to my pensions scrib ra Reprint of Magasine nay al*
will receive prompt attention. one cent each. satisfaction was completely cured within gt under the various pension-. laws,of the,Uthted ways'rely on having the tartutt reading of:these

Address J.P. SAMJBESON Jacksonville, Reference, 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation days and have not been troubled since with thatso States. fascinating tales.< x .i ..**

Diipul County, Floruit. lIon. W. B. FLEIU\Q Savannah, Georgia. for the last preceding fiscal year (ending the much dreaded disease. > 5.For collections generally, embracing debts, ,, TERMS-.perannum. .z-
Jacksonville. Jnn. 17 .. tf 30th June) aid not exceed$200,may send through 1 am happy to say other immediate cures have legaies. and inheritances, in the, United.States For anyone of the four Reviews, ': '|300
._ ... March 20,1851. tf the mail all letters wr/.te by himself, and receive .come. undc\ my own observation within a.few ad oonntrk x v '* For any two,_, < do, < ;*.:JOO
) -- through the mai communications days. 1 cheerfully add my mite to the For the purchase and sole of lands in any of For any three do 7 oo
McQueen Elclntosh OSSIAN B. HART addressed to himsl his private business,which great amount of testmony'with regard alrea the States or Territories of the Union, and loan' For all four of tk.Reviews (0.:0'9 *!t"oo

., ATTORNEY AT LAW, shall not one half ounie, free of Valuable ledieine. am. resfuly, b.Ju ing moneys o morge of real estate lying For B1ackwood': Magazine; .0 % ,I 00
4T7'ORNRI'ATLAIV, postage. This does not authorize them to fran therein. ., ? For Blackwood and three Reviews 9 00
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern KEY WEST, FLA., any letters unless written by themselves, To E. Polusett.Esq. l.lluN i 7. For investment'of (und'in'United Sttea t For Blaekwood and the four Reviews:TC1POO

Circuit the United States District Court at St. Practices in the United States and State Courtsof their private business only ; nor docs it authorize and State stocks and lo., .f For Farmer's Guide [complete 22}(OLl' 5,00
; the Southern District Florida.. them 10 receive free of postage any thing but JACJSOVILL.May 21, 1851. dends thereon, and, generally for the.transaction Payment to be made in all eases.. in advance.
Augustine; tIle Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Jnly 10-tf written communications addressed to themselves, Dear Sir : I considrt to be a matter of duty of-all-'business pertaining to a law,' loan, and CLUBBING ---> .

_,aud prosecute Claims for citizens in any part ofI and on their private business. to inform you been laboring under a. banking agency. A discount of,tumty.firt per cent frouvihe

I .Florida .gn in t the Government at Washington, JOHN G.HATELY very violent attack of IJibca.which baffled the All communications addrelsd7 postpaid, toMessrs. above prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering
Newspaper It'r quarter when tent of two tumble : American and For four of .
Rtl'l ) fro ski Physicians me Pamer' or. more copies any one or more-GC the
cither. before Congress or at the Departments. ATTORNEY AT LAW the offiie of IJublcatro/ actual and bOla fid any-work. But fortunately a ,, whe'aut.t eign. of Washington- receive above works. *Thus: 4 copies.of .Bbckwoo&er

'k {[r>- ADDUKS, Jacksonville, East florida. OFFICE, NEWNANSVILLE, sids'rzbers give up all hope of obtaining relef herd I prompt and.faithful attention.fALMERft. one of the Review will be sent to one address for

... May 2. IS-j tf From after the 30th of June 1851, for eachnewspaper I of your "INDIAN LOXECUST ad use SNETHEN, $9 ; 4 copies of the four Reviews. and Blaekweod;
EAST FLORIDA. not exceeding three ounces in weig1, of five Bottles has entirely restored to health. Oc No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. for 530; and so on.

7 sept.11, tf. the annexed rates per quarter arc to be quarterly : 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicine Ju'y lawtt.Bountv *09- Orders ''from"Ci must nntd1rm /.
James W. Bryant, in advance. These rates only apj p.d where t,o all thos who may bo ehnilarlv afflicted. tlrc PtWlilMrl, as nodiscount; from tboe prices

ATTORNEY COUNSELLOH-AT-LAW United States Mutual InsuranceCompany the paper' it sent from the office of publication to Yours, &c., BENJAMIN DAVID. Land and General Agency can be allowed to Affntt. ..
AND actual and Imui Jute subscribers. To E Poiudett, Esq. ., Money current in the States where Issued,win
Will attend to Professional business in the Courtsof Washiiiston, D.C. be received at pat. ***
NEW -- JACKSONVILLE, Juno 27, 1851.
the Eatlcrn Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed- WEST POTTSDAM YOHK.K1NCSLEY. Sir: I am entirely relieved of T. IVATKEH. will give prompt 0O Remittances and communication should
JOSEPH
Dar my com- t
be always addressed franked
post paid or the
erfl Court for the Northern District of Florida. : t. thanks to you for your "INDIAN LOXE- attention t the BOUNTY LEONARD
B. GIBBS c. Publishers. SCOTT
& CO
Agent, : _UST LAND CLAIMS of officers soldiers ?
3 .' I it is the best I have ever used for the engaged
;: ALSO AGENT g 79 Fulton s& N. Y.,entraneeGold at.-
in the FLORIDA in either of the 'I.IDIANVAEJ
Ur.YYPOttT HULLS, DUVAL CO., FLA. 2 diseaseand I feel happy in recommendingit the WA or .
Business in the State, t \ in which States have been L
'fu.r general respecting May 22, 1s31 tf -1 The Globe. ,.
or the War with Great Britain of 18Sytoclaims ;
rants and donations of land.4, and the location GEORGE COULTER.
."or thereof. SAM'LHOYT&Co. A E rJ' > rJ To E. Poinsett, Esq. on the U.States for MILITARY SEVC. A, Congressional, Agricultural and Literary
selling Cts.Cts.Cta.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not SUPPLIES, PENSIONS, LOST P&lERT& ., and tony p Newspaper. va **
AI.so AGENT 50 miles 23 BATON ISLAND, St. John's Beach ) a description of requiring an'Agent mIlE anderagned-suDmilj'to 3pnb&nis
15 10 5 0
over 21 14
.'for the collection of Claims upon the United II GENERAL COMMISSIO r MEIICIIS Over 50 and not over August 7, 1851. 5 Atomeyat Washington. For. procuring LdVart _JL proposals the GLOBE and, it*reports for
300 miles 10 5 2} Dear Sir: This will inform you that three of charge will be $5. In other.cas r the next session Congress. Congress has now
:-'tjtc8 fur Military other services, pensions, In The Buying And CeIling Cf Over not over 1000 5 3 2 my children were dangerously ill with tho Dysentery t will be proportioned t the natt and L so liberally,nttronued thetradertaking thus it
..supplies furnished volunteer, and for horses or 3. 75 45 15 71 3j or Diarrhfa, for about six: weeks. I tried difficulty of the case.. will be established- a standard work worth of

< th l'ropcrtllolt. for which the United States EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL Over 1000,not over2000 3 almost everything that lro"I He will also act in connection with Agnt or ts official imprimatur,unless thewntersigneiSfls
.- IMPLEMENTS AND miles 100 6010 20 1C 5 disease but all to no effect. A friend Attorneys ia Florida, who may be Ix, in his duty. This will not be the ease if earnest
MACHINERY.ALSO 0\vr not over 4000 commended me to try your Medicine callednae Bounty Land and other chums, on terms whichmay effort eon avail. The GLOBE is the only paper
V ,l.'drcfsJackOn'ille..East Florida. 2 .12-5 75 12i 6lI DAN I.OXECJST.' I procured it-andc m be agreed upn. Letters [which.should bopost that will furnish fall reports of the proceeding and

Over 4000 miles lo 0 5 6 2 3 15 7, ray tho I Dtes of it cured all thre paid] w immediate attention. debates of the two Houses of Congress; ai4 having -
June 5.
J. HcRobert Baker Georgia ami French Burr Mill Stones; Dusopus, I of my your valuable MedicinImay lawtf. received their sanction as such, the best Reporters
;. Colagen, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Also, every DIRECTIONS. become generally known,so that all that may will be engaged to write out the7 debates
TTORNEY& COUNSELLOR AT L A IV, kind of iirodtiee, North and South, and CAMI paid bo afflicted with this disease may have a cert Notice., of each day, which ,will undergo the muioaof

E. JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. for Wool, Hide-, Deer Skins, and Shipping burs. s tated 1st. ,fl'ic.dy arc !to be papers delivered only free, when in the sent county as above where and safe remedy Yours JAMES truly TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF the Members. The work,after passing throughthe

\\ LL practice in the Courts of the Eastern SAM'L HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. hey the arc mail]>ubluihed 50;miles.and this although conveyedn To E. Poinsett Esq. LATUIR. THE SEVEl WARS. SINCE be presented DAILY GLOB as finished and receiving,.Ja the.COSOIEJBIOJLU.correction;will

-Ja Ii Circuit in the Supreme Court at Jack- over 1 GLOBE and APPEXDIX. -
References: 2.1. Newspapers contain'ng not over 300 July 30, 1831. -
''011 file, and in the United States District Court 1111'$$". A\nnR ON & Co., FRANKLIN &BRASTu i inches. arc to be charged one quarter the square above Dear Sir: I have ACOILL tried your very valuable Mcd- BY a recent(who Act have of not Congress,officers. 'and sol- durfngthe The debates next will session.probably The increase one subject far interest.which
received
-or the Northern District of Florida. HavingSOB | :\, WEIISTEH & PALMES, SWIFT DJ&.NSLOW & rates. cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and 10 de for ) &entitled eagrossadthe but,win doubtless give.way to others -
service of
C Savannah, (;a.Vu.. P.' MILLER 3d. llers of are allowed to safest for one monthor
o. & Co.
newspapers ex cure
efficient and reliable agent at Washington he I PuLl thi I have .
jof which
the ,
dangr csea.tha more; and minor children of those great tone ty i&tbIsiicogTevecountry
I' Xew York; H GGLES NOCKS MASON &Co., Boston of postage, one copy of each number ever know wdows.
will c claims against the United States | ,aged deceased, The Subscriber will the conflicts of party fad the ambition
prosecute
MILS F. 15. LOOMI New only and this privilege extends to a
ESQ. LonJlon
1 ; *, ; two years, had suffered long and waaT .
abut i for distinction
and neeessrilyprodmie -
. before the II. S. McCoMns In Canada. new"llaprl t undertake, at a, moderate. compensation, the place ,
p Congress and Departments at Wa&h'ington. Ct.; ICsq., Wilmington, Del. published to almost skeleton,and f tried pare 'i claims of those .Vart interests will be at stake UtOvdeciswne
Savannah 2tli 1831. 4th. The weight of must bo takenor Bottle interested. been employ upon
of
Anguat nejit. 4-tf newspapers u :your "INDIAN LOXECUST"*and Hang
there talent in
I ed ia office for of the next Congress; and is great
Being permanently located at Jnckson\"iIle.l.e 5th.determined Postmasters when they are in a dry state. it hal acted like a charm, the child I.now Improving in sch publ .evrye.r afford enenc both bra.1tch.eawhieh will be evoked in their are nut entitled to receh'encwl'"llrl and may be seen by those not mattel'll1 enab _great
'will give his entire and unremitting attention to JOHN A. MAYER, DRUGGIST, free of postage under their franking jeve. Respectfully, b LAND AND PEN onihe Alffhe honors of the Republic dependent -
SIONS and save them deal of trouble succession to the Presidency as wen
his profession and all business entrusted to his No. 154: Broughton street Savannah Gn rn A. V. COLVIN. great as all the and interests which'
and Where great permanent ge
b'th. I'Aytncnt in advance does not entitle the To E. Poinsctt he obtains no
. Esq. expn nothg.
.' care. for pale every article in his arty paying to any deduction from the above Aleiters post-paid riv to the advancement of the power of the country

..,; He will also attend to any business as .OFFERS ;;, besides rates. ST. NICHOLAS, Fla., prompt attention, a te necessary wi fr'and will give impuLse to the action of the next' Con*
;al', (;as Lumps, Camjiliinc, Dear Sir 1 his is to Juy31.181. instructions sent. gress. i *S *
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Landrcth's Warranted Fresh Garden Rates of Pottage to be charged all trantirnt your Medicine: called "INDIAN certify Bottles of C. W. BENNETT,Atty.Washington The Daffy Globe will be published daily ctarl r
upon
i Appointed by the Governors of the following Seeds, and other LOXECUST"has ,D. C. the session of Congress,'and weekly the remainder
Ac- Sc ara, &e. &(. U'llfpT fl'fr devriptictn of Printed permanently cured two of our Negroes,of 4 severe October tf of the year. It will contain fall an* bithfal reports -
take and
States to Testimony, Affidavit's and Periodical, Diurrhre.1. I take 18.
.U'ter .( .VCWJlIT pleasure in recommending
At wholesale and retail.N. of the. proceedings both Houses Congress -
4
knowlcdgmcnts to bo used therein : / ilter'al! not three moniht your valuable 2.Eeilicine-as being without doubt
B. Spirit manufactured, and always fresh, and tent from the ojflre of txrClllJf l'ulcuto to actual one of tie best and safest remedies for this disease Notce ;%nd miscellaneous articles on those general
Maine Virginia mil for sa.leL. low as cnn be in and subjects to which it devoted. 1
purchased the bUll ubt'nbeT. that i e heard of or seen. Yours
truly, building of St.
fde ;
Southern ALL .Sub'riben Ihe IVttkly ,Globe win contain Agricultural
Vermont, North Carolina, market, for cash) or approved credit. W. McINTYRE. Jacksonville, tlc entitled -
and miscellaneous'article and will occasionallygive
.
ar
Nov. 27-ly JNO. A. \. To ;
South Carolina I E.q.JcK8YVILE.. to shares in said Church
Massachusetts. NOTE.-For each S ? E.loinset ar requested'topreset debates of such importance ,as command ttaiversol -
o o )t their vouchers to Dr.A. .
. Treasurer
York
New
Georgia 1 interest. -
additional
ounce, or Juno 9th, 1851. Bd\l
h.p. \ Pennsylvania, Alabama, DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT fraction of an ounce, : Dear Sir: I of the Buinng Committee, before The price'of the Wttld* Globe is redneefto
used Indian
g Loteoust the 15th of
beyond the ten ounces S A your next, and persons hay ace dollar with. a view to ootajn more geoerol
a
Delaware in my family, and have
Mississippi, found it -
a very valuable ing accounts against said Church materials
or
this
in table fo circulation.
Maryland Texas. NO. 73 YORK STREET an additional : : : remedy for Diarrhoea. I take great pleasure wfll also them
present as above
rate will be 2 it to the i lbu& sped The VntgrtuioMl C/ooewm embody as it las
jan l.-ly (IlEAI OF THE COURT HOUSE,) charged. 0 S recommending. itcspcctfully, public.J.E.TOWNSEND.. fe. AS.BALDWIN, done for the:last seventeen years. CongressUaal

SAVANNAH GEO.ALEXANDER ".' t-. .c' Cgber Puiiioctt, Esq.JACKSONVILLE .1 Treas'.JBniTgCom'e' St.'Johns Church., proceedings. and debates exclusively.
ZOO : I Oct. 9.-t! The Appendix will embrae the viw4 speeches
OSCAR HART, E. Fla., May 17,1831. separately, and the messages of the President.of
GALLOWAY Cts. Cts. Ct. Cts. ct. the United States and the reports of the Heads*f
A 2 TORNE Y A T LA II". RETURNS his thanks to his friends for the One bz. or under 1 2 4 5. Dear Sir: This may certif to yon that J ha. Notice. the Executive Departments. .**
.
ha received since be commenced Overloznotover2oz 2 4 6 8 10 negro girl suffering lver attack The Congrtttional Globe and Appendix will De-
Offico upon the Second floor at.the Court-house Imsincps in this city in 1832,and would state to nis 2 3 3 6 9 12 15 arrhoea, and that the use one bottle of you TIE UNDERSIGNEDrhaving for the Practice of formed a e, published as fast*s the proceedings of Congress

.. Forsyth Direct.WILL friend,and the public generally, that during his 3" 4 .. 4 8 12 16 20 preparation called Indian Loxcutt effectually respectfully offer their professional will make a number. Subecribrrs expect one
to the may
practice in the several counties of the late visit to I.ondon and Scotland,he has acquired 4" 5"' 5 10 15: 2 2 cured her, and I wonld method of r citizens of Jacksonville And its arc. number of each a week during the first four weeksof

Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the various improvements connected with 5" 6" 6 12 18 23 commending it 8 a very valuable Medicine. J. S. MURDOCH, M. D. a session, and twoor three numbers of each
: DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING g y 7 11 21 Yours truly JOHN BRANTLEY. week until the of the session.
R. P. afterwards end
2 3 D.
.
.collection claims the United States for Mr.
against Poinsett.
7 c 8" 8 16 21 Egbert DANIEL '
Office the indexes the Got
which he trusts will enable him to give general 3 on corner directly Complete to' Co zmtilut
Military services, and for Howes lost, or other satisfaction to all who may please to favor him L 8 9 "" 9 18 2 4 ion,House.. te.Bung and Appendix will Ije sent zubscrihen iso&alter
property lost destroyed by troops in said cervicc. with their patronage. 9 10 10 2 3 40 5 JACKSONVILLE, July 2G, 1251. .. (t. 3.1851. 3m. Congress adjourns. M. .,

iIAIO. claims for pensions of disabled oldi rsor, La1ies' silk an.1 woolen Dresses, Shawls, &c., Dear Sir: Sometime Bluee I was attacked with I < Nothingofapolitieel-upectiillappearinth -
? ilcuned DIRECTIONS. a severe that I could not .Globe thai which will in the C$-
and dyed various colors, so as to give good Darhcl- at save bo found
; ,be widows deecmed ooldters. '
un.lo'1hnns FLti facton. Table Covers cleaned or dyed as 1. On every transient newspaper, unsealed circular tend to my recommended to A: Car. gressionalreports.' A paper assuming to buD.impartfal

Also, claims for bounty land to officers nn<) soldiers may Gentemen'lgarmensrenovateJ t handLi engraving,pamphlet, periodical, yonr Bottle"I DAN. LOXECUST.I procured one nE.Suscibr lu ".1kOY vehicle for all sides cannot maintain UJ

and the widows and orphans deceased officers in the same good 8 ,and every other description of of i the some time two members. of formerly kept character if .tat.editorial. .columns reflect a party
and soldiers.. surpassed by any done at the North, or dyed as printed matter the above rates must in all cases my family were afflicted with the same disease. I takes this method Informing the-citizens'of, hue.. .
may be required. Ladies' bonnets dyed black, be Irevaid. according to the weight. We all used the medicine from the one ,Bto. JanTe and vicinity,that he l 1'ready t -4 "f TERMS:: = *:-i.. --.cJ"or
Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, cleaned and \\hencver and I am now happy to inform you that at hour of from of the d-
presdjn a superior style. Laies'anll any printed matter on which the i 8no rfrshent any day one eepy Daily Globe (daily !4
to exming titles and records oseertaining Gentlemen's Kid Gloves cleaned postage f required to b prepad. shall through us al eftity. We are now all wel and hearty morg nt11lOitnight ?' he'C ring the session Congress, 'and. weekly...
most London fashion. the UI only Bottle Valuable furnish Luch vis .t n CO
claims to lands.'AH approved of I O your ehor not i d during the recess ) a.year, a s. ,
busiueoii entrusted to him will meet with Mr. .M. KIEL has been appointed Agent for; sent without prepayment.the name shall be charged I Medicine. \ours truly, Ham Bf Tong fet, Tr Shp For thelteUviGlobe for few than a. year,.att
the above establishment, and will attend to the with double the above rates. TIMOTHY HARRIS. &he tad the rate 0 sa eta.'.month- ,.
prompt attention; and all instruments of writingwill reception and deli very of work in Jacksonville and 3. Bound books and parcels of printed matter, To E. POlset. Esq. I Winos selected goJudCi New,York, For one copy ef the Weekly Gbbe for o"1
I al.
Le executed by him with neatness and dupatch. the surroundin country. Terms moderate. not weighing over ounces, shall be deemed paid the highest hashe ..
'.' March 21, ISjO. rnailablo matter. 3 Mandar. F. Oct I, 1851. I .Wines and Liquors of the first quality also rand FofoneeopyoltheCongresdonilGlobedtt-

: t Periodicals published at intervals Dear Sir-Some wa a near : ter Ale. Gentlemen win please calf "ring the .- :'
not exceed viit 8ioDt. > i t- '
Jacksonville. Jan. 2'. 1851. tf your place, and for adjldg
was suddenly taken i themselves .
ing three months sick and speak of me For
and sent from of
the office of na tie&ppendtxduringtha
a _
pub Your thy copy. .
: Sea Island Cotton Indian Loxecu No /
Gins.rHlIIIrSUBSCRIBER was pains
; lication to actual and bona fide subscribers, rcmended. The I wi b may session, I'b & & \lIT'
are
.
AGENCY take this opportunity to be charged "ith one half the rates mentioned tie mend of it that I was visiting: happened have a bot. vor me_ atpe S.TYLR't For. four copies either,'oxpaitofotll. during -*
JL to inform the planters of Long Staple Cot- in the last above table, and prepayment of a quar. in in the house, and I used it, and tae flea Jacksonville, Oct. ,. I8I. .t the session,* *

.FOR. CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON tons that ho still continues the manufacture of tha ter'l postage thereon must iu all cases be required sure averse to informing having you that it:cured a 1 For tea copieiof either;or part*f bott-' .*?* .
in
- ----- latest improved liOLLKlt. HORSE GINS Periodicals published at intervals of more than my namo prit1ut; still Nassau Oo rinthasession %*"Jn
cOl- tho benefit of those that may .tyTa Sale.BYVIRTUE 1 .. j ie ">s M'U ?
blc his usual three months are ,you can Oolect's
iWilUam E. Kennaugh Ind single rates and I charged with tho full rate which publish this if think it : The prices for these papers are .so lolwjihok ad--
necessary.
fill all orders at the shortest notice. must bo prepaid. Yours J'OI mel yea t- i nnc payments'are indispensable-*carry tteaon >

;NEAR' WILLAttU'S HOTEL, rE.VNSYLVASIA AVENI'K For the reputation of the Gins,apply to the following ]1- NorE.-ln case there is on or in nny newspaper, SUSANNAH with respect, HARTLEY. Court House door.xpose of for aaleinfront'ofti 15 .. ,and nq order will be tte de4 to-iato,'
4 Agents, to those who periodical, pamphlet, or other
or
have them in printed matter NUcoUrGteG it. .
use: 01; Dr E P insctt, Jacksonville March money accompanies *
.-'Continues to give his prompt attention to the orrangemcnt AGENTS. paper connected therewith, any manuscript of Fl. Monday .eubeeriptions maybe remitted1 b7in4'ol ov

and proit-cution of claims before Congress YHlulonga & Acosta, Contervillage, Ga. any kind by which information shall bo asked! for, Gravely Hill, Oct.20, 1851. One parcels eoxtaIn1ng of lad situated in said county: risk,,in,money**.par aIW sects ajn&t7.
or communicated in writing, I tact ,hying near the '
or by marks or 2 where .
signs Dear Sir subscribers I .
B. H. : Your re Tea Jd.
Capt. is
Bythcwood Beaufort :. Mr. John
or of the Executive Departments.- G. the said agoodmed-I ,
any -
periodical, pamphlet, or othe ielne. Igibtham. on a 'f"I: ,'J E. .
Scott & DoVcaux Charlesten newspapr. SOle time! since I calledLittI.. 11'JOHN Cnu
.'Cl } S. C. printed purchased a bottle from I
lms aap
subject
arising from the Florida to letter V-" on
evolutionary, ,
postage A .1. Rood fc WssontI85-44)
Tison & Ocala, E. Florida. and is the duty of the Postraa ; Esq., your agent and gave it to'one 1 ._ _
or Mexican wars; Invalid, He'ohJtionary.lIalf-; Fernandez, Biid>ee & Co., Jacksonville., E. Fin. the wrappers i and envelopes from all ter to remove of my negroes that had suffered very much from. SWIP..cotagTe lad a .

"l 1ay*' S>*i Widow FcmJuns ; Naval or Army; K. H. Dukes! Palatka.E.F. ter and pamphlets not charged with letter printed mat a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him..Bn! ffdart MM ft*taxes due from& .' due;I, ffi\nRICKI1\'YING.l MA T&
S. Hoyt & Co., Savannah, Ga. for the postage, afterwards I hz another negro attacked the State $I5. ,_ .Tae, .1: ') ING.&c" 1 ,.
of a
.15ouny. Land or Jicrip, under law of Feb. 11 I, S. L. Niblnck & Co., Alligator| E. F. or purpose ascertaining whether there i is same disease. purchased another wit te ..., ..., .ftt ; ot

)Sn.or Augtiet 1ft, 1843; Arrearages of i'ay nn d] Lartinger & Harris, Elizabethtown Lowndes or upon in such connected with any such printed mater cured him also. i : ', A:1.lwDcg'; mIlE UNDERSIGNEIH'tes't lD8 i d
package, matter t rp' .' Ia
any or thing I do not hesitate :Ser ae CI R.Inorminz tb.n public that be te4Lt
Mileage due returning Volunteers Claims for County UI. would authorize a moment nov27-tds wtk,
; or require the charge of a hgher your Indian Loxccust to tho -eoommendg ) ,... -0 -5 : s lJrioktamttO' ***muumm j;PlasteriJl'g,Stucco .
Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; Es.- ALSO rate of postage thereon. N.K. certain for "te'uwst \t &0: &o. lie[ wiU 1aizh 'pLeas;&ncIi UiWI't

,p8es incurred by Volunteers before being mustered EXTRA BOXES AND BRUSHES can be had of the Postmaster General. ever used. or remedy heard of. If DYlente that I !av Nassau County Tax Collector's wleD.siredyby persons tot whom,hejto ftu":
iaeBy "
OFFICE
subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons wanting POS DCPARTME, Jnno 14,1851.AUMINISTRATOU'SNOTICE. publish this. soepropr.youc to ereettte-work-without 'eitr' chrge.U5.welknqwj
and received into service ; Waggonmaskers m.p m. Gins, or Gus repaired, please direct to Agents I, -==-.- Yours VITUE-oh1oty--fe by Tes' to..thi :ti&bleDlllIDfJ..u.-.

: and Tcautstors claims; Marines', sailors', or to S. L. BURNS, -.. Dr L Poinsctt,Jacksonville.MILEoPRJ C. Court.?/ .wUl uN-1ji fronlf cOID ten' b h. iaS perralreitty ?
St. louse th,first efth4le taU
h.
; refers
&c.. &c. MarY'IGeorgia. tot itlienl
: months after dato: I will hl852;300 of third
June 5, ISM. iawGui. SIX apply to tho lion &l quahi 9 "f.Cut&.ft.l
of Probate of Nassau Fla., Sept. land,;lying in lid OQ .tideJltot q1PV
Jacknvil bT-ohn Bell
** llaVing all the forms necessary for a county fur dis 2.18J. eut'owe -
Dr
proper E
mission as Administrator of tho :) is to J thy. w.heirs, Amount Moelcls fO .onamenta14 '
estate of
"presentation of claims; together with the rulesand Calvin Oak, Geigor..decelell. and also present my accounts Mary have been permanently cupsd of a sevN cert t a tl.L$1 ...j. ... :. d, .BRADDOv14 ofng' t tSotlU'llwd I.f .T 'JOllN

.> regulations governing the different Depart Gunsniitli and Machiiiest vouchers 8 said Administrator. All persons by the use of your most valuable medicine called \rq.: .. 'She rdJx ol.Tf ;'N.1J TcfPJa t ii..ft1d i hU Dl

',.vents be is prepared to undertake all claims, of having claims against tho estate 1. months Indian Loxccust with that, after suffering for more than 12 'nov 2.ts' ,} 1-o." _Ctr. ,, experience ia putting ap Sugar Baturiw,-'* '
2 HAS permanently located m JACOB GEIGER"Wr. distressing disease. J take plea :. licks work in Jhat line oonfldent. thaf fceeaa gn
rhat kind soever, that may require the 54'f1i.Agencyat .g.. himselfntjacksonyileE.F. May 21, '51. Gin sure in recommending you most valuabIcne. ". 1"- : t No"tl.J..tc ,. "" -':.': the amplest satisfaction Charge iOd9t.t .
chic to all .._.
this place. Hois prepared to do all work in the :: S shniRrlyaiieted. I .L.rPERS NS"h'a, \ _l. '_ ) t .l*t'; r-xtt' i& yJ**

V ,Particular attention given to the proper scttle- has line,a both new in Repairing of and Manufacturing.whieh far. He, Notice. remln yours A.truly/ JOHNSON.. against th* estate .William, blai ScoU or;tanands, lataof ".1. ,, il ita 9, t4j.

*nf rit Quartermasters'accounts. the process usual H.FLEfNG.. surpasses DR. FLEMING would inform tho citizens of Formerly of Jacksonville,N.C: ColDmbi"eont.1?deeea8eda'hereby reqair sd
jr wishing can Crock and vicinity that dipt. O. ... tQ present them.v.t4he JUderifgnedwithbi'.wo ,. .,t1"! f INo't1ee "* !'faBfL
have
the them made to order.
karges moderate and regulated by amount
Machinery and
Al Buddington has consented to act as his Agent in CLIFON. FL., Oct. t years. Of th. lame WU be..barfed And all Ps f Subscriber wPh I" ,r.
lalmed and the extent of services required. Gunsmithing entrusted to care will receiveprompt the sale of his house and lot, and in the collodion; Doar Sir: One Bottle of 6.1. sons indebted to'said.estate.are reoraiwdt make Boarders Ilia Kooms shaH bet.ltM.
attention. Ho your .
hopes by c oso application of accounts I.oXct com- ;
:AirVfommunications, to insure insertion must; | Individuals indebted to him Ire respectfully m- pletely cured one of of ImmediaWpayment.4x* ';; 1IIsJrablodian;be bfseIdr Io.N"-" _II
busuiew merit men
I to to share of my a long .
public atandlnir .
loT .
I patronage. to make A. -I .
:
requested an imlcutl olunatc liarrluea.-Fromn Jta. X *: .W.W'SC5TT7: ADd eT tfoq'.maId CQ
pJst/ dec l-tf Nov. 13,151. "ctl' its complete and 1'3' .
I tf.
Jc
j/ai f I Jacksoll'lo Icnt. Aujru-t II I, Ji. taut: efficacy where all other medicines had er ,sr fiil. rm'I .tdmtilistrat r/i he-att1i (h ; urTJ G 11:$; .
I failed ..NewnLD2vUle..Nv.I&h.I85..27liJrt "t! 'JacksonT1lleNt.1S5!;, --M.U -

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