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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
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STATEMENTor whom they have rirtually declared not to be! the Asfiembly.'or; blank 'P.- .-', -, I
Senator Gene' wben'it'ruires a .Te"cbair decided that Mr. Floyd, .
Senator. .
is joint ot' both Houses was [tore may rightfully prescribe for the ance wi h that *! Hal the'
AP -let ; ibisruling -usage
I now was appealed itl ener
HON. S.. R. NALtOfl t will briefly showtne usage of FlorIda sembly, ,:and an erent"there. b tie,place, and manner of ; Assembly of Florida'the /to ]
I upon't'his'subjecttbe'elections teD 'in.j6t Lroim.a?? reversed;jrandtrpon the;,second I Unit: tight Prescribe
of offi. eh uJd senators- that its
!those who'are f air. for ;Stte power' 10 do i such usage 1 I think that theaffirmatrrW
knifed States ¬or elect frorn Florida in cers bf the General Assembly. bUot liDt(insisted t directly from the l
Qualified '
Senators and red vFederalConstitnPnnicannot
reply to tit Argument of Man. D. L. YuIcIainzingA At the first session Representatives to upon by his nendsand' ad ) thesepropositions cannot be denied :*i I-
in the of.the'-GeneralAsscm.. txmstitute a'ole leaving out of the uuin1beranythat ted by a vote of,ten. :) \'ele ,b'cirumi 'Or 'con, When the 4th section of the )
seat Senate
of ,
the Florida
of lily ,aftet the trolledby' the Isti
organization of her > the
hire
obtained The : constitution
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may or next was the 'nstituto-a e feer giving >
dieied adoption by
United States. State officia
government, the usage which bas ewer leave of absence clear to rrfy-mmd! States
fo.e of the Senate of.the tatlam: tepte hof. the right to. preseribesSba
governed! tbeState..ausag from'which it the session. 'aance ( : 5, and see the 'lu 8D.: 'ly, to apologise arguing a time, place, and /banner of electiwr Sens> '
The two Honsas composing tSenettil lias in no instance departed..was established. ,"2..RoZvAs the'further sill not to tars, ,,
the.argument submitted
sense of ibis State Officers at pages 277, 278 279 attempt owe was for ratification ,
Assembly of Florida, and of I refer to the journal l of'the 'jjrtt 20,I contestant these clause d'
consoling fiflj sessIonof 'us that, when 'theconstitution the upon points, or to advert reserving to the 'power
304 Cngr.
nine members convened in the. hall of theI.ower the General Assembly, commencing on the requires'a.joint vote of the General o As- 281,22,283,285,26,2',301.) t severally to his authorite. I alter such vigorocsly..

House on the 13th dlLyof January, 23d June, 1845, at page 149. Here it will 'sembty,then, and in that event,'a majority t 37,397 foregoing t exhibits and references .involve
4851, to vote for a United "States Senator. be seen that, upon the attempt to elect a So- of a quorum of those Senators and Representatives 'every election by. the General- approving the enstitution'' For-jealous of. opp.. They1'

There were fifty-eight members present, and licitor for The ,Western Circuit, (the/JJii- who hare qualified only,is,necessary Assembly of the mae Florida"and'. constitution lejilatres'eme in matter. 1
they
'the rote was viva vote dates being Andertcm'tad Smith,) Anderson, to.a choice, leaving out of the computation not only prove wbat.the. usage the the United States-.could have designed, by atick Henry in the conventwnfVrtS.ia -
The President of the Senate callefl on the third rote, received that upon e indirect a mode that cf declaring wba and by in the ( .
was 'to twenty-two votes any may have resigned, or obtained subject has ever been, but they that s other conventions oi N.ortji
preside over the joint meeting,and announced of fifty-two present. The General Assem leave of absence dit the balance of the the Genera Assembly' has'uniformly prove resisted a quorum should be to flo business, to take Carlin n Massachusetts, it was,eoii teatied -

the business in order to be the election of a bl1 then consisted of fifty-eight members.' ,s .ssofl.' every attempt to sanction the I least departure the regulation the .election! of Senators that exercise,of ,this power br :Co-
United; States Sent r. The Presiding Officer thereupon declared On the question concur in these resolu-i from it; at the of great public from the LeWatmre"otF1orida, or to resign gress might be M erif of the ,sovertS. 2-
.Mr. YCIXE was thereupon nominated., Anderson elected; but a suggestion being lions 'the yeas, t nays were called, inconvemeace.i hz usage.is established. its own supervisory power over such regu- ty of. the States. p

Upon _this first rote,there_ were, 29 yates i immediately: .made, that a majority of all the ,weres 3, nays 1 3. and the senate refus a'I Had the 'eonle of Florida thmno-K ;.-I lations, 1 the. constitution. of Florida Theyhe the Stat--.- -__ ,_12tn,. <_A J.. '
for Mr. t CLEE and29 for blank; whereupon members elect was necessary, the Houses at 'to cOMur.'!''OK'iU 'other words, the usage General Aesembly;-the.right to establish biusge I '. -An eanaio of the contestant's au.I t 8ut the friends of.the 1 !
: the President rose and declared that there once separated, and thereupon'they adopted, governing elections was established,and the tbrti must satisfy eY'er legal minI that **"" "" maintained! thatVithjuUJwh>' R -
with but ;
.is no election, and the second vote was separately and unanimously, the following senate would sanction no innovation.On 'I deem the affirmative'of this proposition very exceptions haereference er jit Congress State might beat timesrepreserited am. :' '

called for.Upon resolution, to wit: the same day, {30th December, 1847,> t clear for argument, and I,will advert to, l, or t municipal, moneyed, ecclesiastical the :.and they cited the occasions of
this trial Mr. YCLEK again received "Revived Thata majority of*B the members see, .nte- 1847, page '169,] the briefly. The contestant attempts show eleemosynary corporations-institutions l all of, or the temporary snspensHXi ".
29 rotes, and there were 29 for blank Tbe elect composing the two Houses of the Houses n into joint session, to that they bad not. Certainly the people t of' psinK' no politic power, and of the government of a St le.The, 'dij .

President again declared that there was no General Assembly shall be necessary to determine rote for agn of Public Lands and Clerkof Flprtta Tvill be surprised at the denial of bearing conltitution of not admit,.nor was it supposed that"this pow.r .

election and the third vote was called. all elections devolving upon that the Supreme Court. The President of the this-right-a'right which many other States, sovereign in such State; and that the' judicial decisions but; would ever such b called !into r-einjr. by >any ,' ,"
some
Upon this trial there were 28 votes for Mr. body"-(See same Journal rage 152.) SDte on taking the chair declared that, who constitutions contain the identical not entirely cs depending chiefly if and the fact extraordinary) contingency: C'U'
branch since
upon-a peculiar of the the 4
,YVLEE and 38 for blank; whereupon the Wh\n the Houses had severally adopted .as Mr. Hogue had on yesterday 1aueinBo. many words upon the subjectof JaW cannot be invoked to bar the Florida Ourgoveriiner.t. lat no organization of ol '. '
President again declared that there was noelection. this resolution they again convened in joint received a majority of alltbe qualified member a quorum which that of Florida contains, Legislature from its constitutional ( instnc has snelTcongressionajl 1
session, on the 24th of July, 1845, and proceeded of.the General Assembly,he was duly have ever exercised.He Even the case of the bt.- tKeIr ever occurred" ,
Commonwealth proves *
great political forecast: "
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The joint meeting then upon a rote of 30 with the election of a Solicitor, the elected Clerk of the'Smpreme Court." This argues in effect that, a the Constitution Green,4 Wharton's Reps. 580, vs. The 5th section of theist ,article"'oPlb 1

to 28, adjourned. ta the following day, at 12 same candidates being before them; and up- decision was. immediately appealed from, of',Florida prescribes that a majority of the contestant in terms of q'Jote, by Constitution, in making the Senate llie jiigft* '
o'clock. on the 8th, 9th, and 10th rotes Mr.Smith received and rever by a vote' of,,30 to 21, and the the members elect t the General Assemblyshall out of the decision of the Presbyterian grew of the election of its own members,
(See Senate Journal, General Assembly of: twenty-nine rotes being each time declared Assembly proceeded to vote a second constitute a quorum to do bn&iues the Church, known New and Old School conferred upon it no unlimited or' bonndless

Florida for 1850, pages 259, 260, 261.) not elected, and was elected finally time, when Mr.Hogue'waielected. by a vote majority (sixteen in Florida) is competent to and the law, a quoted a heM! by Justice; prerogative. It judge, but I apprehend J
On the 15th the by a vote of thirty. of 30. elect a United States Senator this \a may
January at 12 o'clock, being a Rogers at nisi prius, but his decision ts judgment must be if'not controlled

&nate proceeded to the House of Representatives. Thus, at the threshold of State Government Here again it will be seen' that the-Gene- part of fie business of the General Assembly overruled by the Supreme Court of Penn w by the right the guide '

The Presideot of the Senate was Florida def rmined for herself her ral Assembly would not sanction s slightan ; anl that the General'Assembly of Florida sy1nna But all reference mueforitsf boW o to"41 .

again called upon to preside, J&iingan. usage upon this subject. By reference to innovation as to devolve the election upon ;In prescribing a different rule, exceededits Cntittn disring. of State sover 1 election of Senators \vhen.a id d..11t

nounced the election of a United States Senator -!. the same Journal, pages from 128 to 147, it a majority of all the members qualified, auth rity.. eigt al ie Assembly Constitution'conferring! this right is a* .

to be i ia order, Mr. MALLOBT and Mr. will be seen that tfcts principal was adheredto but maintained its use requiring a majority Now the grave error of this position is as controlled by the decisions ag-- anty for its preservation to the Stat s/ -TIWr 3
fc VCJUJE were severally nominated; and upon : in the election of Judges. The General ty of all the elect. Mr. Hogue manie at a glan ce. Tbe contestant refers plicable to prvate. corporations ; whether wage'of Florida is not only consistent whll. '

this fourth trial (the first 'n this day) there Assembly voted thirty-six times for a Judgeof was finally elected by a Tote of 30; and the power of the General Assembly to elect made at nisi o elsewhere, still it pos but is in perfect harmony with the genl*of .
were for Mr. Yn.cs.23 votes: for Mr. the Middle Circuit, but (in the Btnguage Assembly then went into the election of a United States Senator to the Constitutionof a the right to prescribe its .own rules oar republican i institutions; andaddtiUiIig. .

,&Luxoxr, 31 rotes; and for blank, 4.Totes. of the General Assembly,) no candidate receiving Register of Lnd. Bead,one of theflOmineesreceiyed the State; wberea it i is derived directly preedin.-Se 2 Kent Com. 293.) that the Senate may reverse the *1Sge'e. i

Whereupon the President rose and declared a constitutional, majority, that is, a .ine times in from'tbat o Unit Stats pre- contestnt page two of hw prin- tabfished upon this snbject'by the Legntfct. .
Air. MALLORY duly elected Senator of the majority of the members elect.there was no succession, the General Assembly declaringupon 6rb \ l be elected by theLgiswtres'of ted arument speaks of the committed : ure of'a Siate- usage which devolves the

United States: and the General :Assembly! election. each that there was no election., [see the States, and that the Leg presiding, officer of err the General 1 election Senators upon a majority of the

,..proceeded with other elections,in their order. The General'-Assembly next convened in senate journal, 1847, pages 169 to 176.] prescribe for themselves the AscmIJYI declaring that :there was no lectois-furnishes no ground for, suebT:
_. The several announcements of the Presiding the following November, and in the very Having votea lifteen times without. electing, "time," *'place, and "manner," of holding eection upon the fr trial, on the 13th of nterfere'nee. ***!

Officer, who has been for many years in : firstact of the House of Representatives, the Assembly adjourned.On such elections.. Now, the Legislatare of January, 1851, claims that the Senate I have endeavored to show that1' tBe"3Iate I 1
the Florida Legislature, and is an able and : viz.. the election of a Speaker this rule was the same day, [see page 176,] the following Florida,under this the Constitution of the United States should reverse .that General Assembly of Florida, in theelectra*

experienced legislator, were received by the i; adhered to, showing thereby that the resolu- resolution was passed in the House, art, 1, sec,.4,. ha not only the right, declaration. As to this point I will briefly I of a'United: ,States, Senator, ,was;:govertiei Ib7
Assembly without question, opposition or' tion referred to was designed to be perma- relative t this rote: Tat in the election but is bound in duty to prescribe the man say, that the presiding officer, on that occasion .! a usuage well established and n ideic5d
remark; they were duly recorded by the' nent. I: refer to the House Journal, Fall this day by the Gen Assembly, upon ner of electing aUnite States Senator; and I was a gentlemen of. superior characterand .a usage which every member,of thaMwSy

Secretaries of both Houses on the journalsof Session,- J845, commencing the 17th November joint balt for a'Register of' Public Landsof hvouJdak, thisrgbt this, duty can I intelligence, familiar with acknowledged, and, by. his acts,susbuneff;
the General Assembly, and the General ai page 1. It will here be seen that; thi 8te, John Bar and Edward Houston be exercised or, Constitution law, and unsurpassed in his toW'J priaentr i that the General Assmbly,designed i 'to "elect- 4 .
.\ notified the Executive of the elec- the House consisted of forty members, twen, baring hen'. candidates, and of the.State determines the 'manner in ad-N! the use of the General Assembly of Flo awl did elect a Senator In conformit1)Jiere* : -

:'tioa of MALLORy, whereupon be issued to ty-one being qnornm.' When this body; the said John Beard having received 29ote vance 1 A power cnge is a power to rida, he bas fo many years been I with;'and that the co'nteAtant's'success Ca. -
'.Mr.MALLORT the usual certificate of his eJee1icm met there were twenty-one members present: : and the said Edward Houston only destroy; ana if'the Stt can I a distinguished member. He is a personal 'l nly be attained by disregar ling the right'of _

the certificate being in the form, of that Fergusran was' nominated as Speaker, and the said John Beard is duly elected; assume 1 cirmi. a power, or control and political friend of the content ad- i the "Legislatuf1 to choose a Senator andy .P
,which the laws of Florida (see Thompson's upon the first rote, received twenty, one TOting and that the result of the said voting"and 'a a duty derived from and hued to him, vot for him on thee first I transferring that right to the Federal SedV35 --
-,Digest p..G7) prescribe for all officers elected blank, or not at all; be was declarednot i copy ofthis rJution be furnished to:His imposed by the.Fee Constitution may ballots, and against me on final 'ate. "- ,. "

f bribe; Stale, including that of members of elected, and 'the Voting proceeded. Excellency e .",. The,:ye and abrogate, ballot He is personally unknown tome- I: wi1l'now endeavor to shovv, not because -
jCoogress, and being the only certificate ever not this precisely.the contestant's position ? nays were and stood '.8 for and 7 '"The'Senate.of tIejJnite&States' shall I have never even seen him-and his declaration deem essential, but fiom abundant a;: P .,
Jed
issued by the State of Florida to her Sena- I think'it: is. Fergnsson was the only nominee -' against it j r but ,'who' '!ot for it'on composed, bftw&Senatorsfromeach h alone, is prima face evidence of the r tion, that,'assuming the contestants powtkxl Ito

and received within one of,'a majority J' the following day,'asked 1eve'f'fJ his chosen by the' Legislature' thereof,' Ste fact he proclaimed But when he made tht : be correct. viz: that he "ruxrnd:bport T

r.1Q11.iSee 1be Senate, Journal General Assem- of the members elect. I refer to pages:90, YO protesting that he e ;, and each;Senator shall' bare ,:one six declaration to the Joint Assembly;\ lie frst vole a'maOTity'of lie body tiMfetenlo ,"

Wyf. ; 1850j ages278>279.) ,.... 242,261 of the same Journal to.'sbow that; ly, & .,and the resolution was.neverjakenp yean t, 3,Const.U.S.: ) ?- was deliberately rcre by the Secretariesof elect?he. is not entitled the *eat becausenstantly ,- .; _
"
.&tbare.,.. bntfijthe. : 1aE1.1, t every election by the General.Assembly,during -. ,ia tbejIouu&n&waslst.noRegialctof yot'-AL.. "p.. ,tlmg b Houses, .presence of the con : ,upon "this rote pthe' body"' which '. '
.
The General.Assembly and ; the session was controlled by the rule;1 Lands was elected:"The General Assembly electionsIor.Senatori.audRepresenta.: : o' staunch personal'and po1iticaIadberents 'casfit declared hew *iot'e1e ted.- -" 'U..r' ', ,.6"-' -
member
,i i of it. well knew that the, contestant every was and to page 20 of the same Journal,to show 1 sustained its rule,and permitted the Governor tivs shall b preibe.in each .State by without quen or'.re : -The proceedings of the joint- : _
oJpstion
:not elected, for the reasons which I will preentlyadvert the adoption of the m.les'of the previous session. to appoint: ? ,.)'. the & ,: .the Congressmayatany mark,did he dlar hs. 1 the two houses of the General' -'
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to. Had ao\ doubt existed, .- r I Tbenexteesaion commenced :on the 27th time, by.law,.make or alter,such .apprehend not "a the mouth-piece, Florida (and this"principle is- bytben,4'i_ _
of the contestant's personal and political The next session the General Assemblywas November, 1848., .4'United;States Senator regulation except as to the place of choosing the voice, exponent the'General As each of the States)are not final. u

many friends and it is not be convened 1 in November,, 1846,.,and :. was:to be elected and refer Senate Jour- ; Sec. 4/ U. sembly's judgmentAnd when*on the' following -.dod and finally declared to be 'so _' _
to Ccn '
'supposed that were present would, have throughout its elections the rule was adhered n'a1, ,to show'"the action of S.) Snor.-Art.r. : day, the Journals were read,and opportunity selves: Their prOceeding in jdhit! meetinj; .
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they proceeded' to. I refer to the Journal of ''the House of the Ganeral Assembly under its usage.-- At was.afforded for. amendment,cor may be reconsidered, 1tered amended, "OT" 1_
with th.e second, third,and fourth vote,thereby Representatives of Florida, commencing the an early day, December 8, Mr.Avery, in the Has it ever leen denied that the power'to rectioD,-or "question, the record still went revoked'while the joint meduigwas' 'inltcijon. -- _

; .virtually declaring that no election had 23dof November, 1846, atpases 118, 119, Senate, introduced the following resolution: prescribe the time, 'place, 'and manner' of for to the world as the deliberate sentiment, Upon announcmg the firA',ballot 1- _
been made by the first. The ,General, As- 120, and the appendix at the end of the same "Eesolted ly th Sate and House of Representatives electing Unite Stales Snato'r in the several the presiding officer, but of the General wbenthe'lontesta, received'tweatynms: "

cembly of Florida' rotes, upon joint' ballot, vol., pages 39, 47, 59, 60. During this session ,n. Assembly convened, Sta by Constitution Assembly. The contestant's votes, it was the business:of( the"'General : _
'Jfor Solicitors,Clerk of Supreme Court,Treasurer the General Assembly made thirty-five That the United St Senator, to be elected in the Legislatures thereof? Has it therefore, does not involve a ption Assembly to declare ;: resttlt! 'No'ri -

Cump'troller, Register ot Public Lands, attempts elect a Register of Public Lands, at the shall be elected by ever been supposed that this power was 'derived opinion between bimsl and the presiding was vested in the contestant by such counting j _
.'"T ax.Assessors, Attorney General,and many during which twenty-nine votes.were. cast the concurrent present vote of both Houses of the from the Constitutions of the States! officer only, but it very foundation is, that br announcement;and the Gen ial'Asembly / : _
Bother officers and for Judges upon a concurrent 1 I maintain that the Legislatures ;of the the Legislative and Executive such counting Declared theN
for the same candidate twice, but not receiving General Assembly, and that a majority of a upon :
rote; and thus the General Assembly a "constitutional majority," it was declared -I! quorum of both Houses shall sufficient to States exercise the power without reference of his State have grossly erred.Depent was'no'election.' The votingwas" but f one? .

.-:-'becomes familiar,with the proceedings con- 'no election.-(See page 60 of the Ap I elect." b to the State Constutions subject to the controlling I At pages'17 and 18 of his argument, the the'means wbich"mightbafe' 'been'used _

n'aeqnent upon such electons and has a uniform pendix.) ) was by the Senate and sent power only, and a con : contestant intimates, that the twenty-nine t o'determine the tense of the General -As
practice which has never, in any, in- At page 69 of the Appendix will be found to Thi Hous aopt the House returned it trolling power to be exercised *'by law."- blank voters must have intended to assent to sembly.' Many! others nvght: have been'ref

laace' 'been departed from; and this body the vote for a Judge of the Southern Circuit. I with the following message : And I maintain, furthermore,that if the Con.stitutionof the action of the others, because they tl sorted to with equal.propriety; The:selec- '
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,oa this'occasion, contained an unusually Forty-eight were made, but no candidate Florida had declared ia so'many blank. He asks: "what else could ion might have been devolved upon'a :conVmiltee i
attempts
r Jarre number of men familiar with the de- of all the member "Hoii. President of the Senate: words that the Legislature should elect the tended, but that their'minds were of both'Houses, or upon a. plurality/ i4
receiving almajorrty indiferenttbat
Jails of Florida legislation. "SiR: The House has concurred in Senate States Senators in had three-fourths of
two-thirds
: the and the Unite any special man- they or .their mem-f.
*elect Assembly aJjourned, left nocboiceandhaVng
...If the members who voted resolution relative to the mode of electing a '
twenty-nine Circuit without a Judge. Upon the thirty- ns O place, such declaration, would could express presumption hers; bnt by none of them could an electioW
.blank be considered absent or as not partici- sixth trial Walker received United States Senator, with the followingamendments have been void; the Constitution of 'the of,silence is acquiesence. It is have been determined without a final d'e'cl" .
.''paling in the election then there was not a and then the following resolution twenty-nine rotes- : strike out the word 'concur- United States having reserved to itself alone the universal and familiar law, all the world ration 6f.such election by the- General,:AsJ> I IsemMy
qaorumpresent and the attempt of the other was'proposed rent and insert'joint1 'strike'out the words the right to interfere upon the subject.Is over, in the eonr of love no less than in I
twenty-nine to do any thing but to adjourn, : *a majority of a quorum of both Houses it not manifest that this clause of the those of law, silence gives consent" The voting! is not such a final detmn1n1. i a

vot enforce the presence of absent members "Whereas, on the thirty-sixth concurrent ans insr all the members elected t the Federal Constitution becomes inoperative, (Page 18.), tion. The Legislatures of the :States' are'.

Was void. But if they were present then voting, which took place on Tuesday last, Assembly.y.'" and that its controlling power over the action I am enableavby information quite reliable .not mere"agents," "delegates," or"trustees- ,* S

the,contestant did not get a majority of those 26th inst, for Judge of the Southern Circuit, In these amendments the Senate at once of the Legislatures of the States is to answer the contestant's interrogatory.and whose acts when done, cannot be retalfeA j
present. But the twenty-tune blank rotes there were present, in, the House of Representatives concurred. abolished, if the State Constitution may to inform him upon this point The They do not act as electors for;the Federal j

were present, as the journals prove. They thirty-six members, nineteen of Here was another and a most conclusive prescribe the action of the Legislature ? twenty-nine blank voters intended to defeat Government; they are not' Federal agentey
did rote, and they did not rote for Mr. YuMX. whom voted for David S.Walker to be Judge determination evinced to abide by the The Constitution of Florid by its' own him. I must relieve this bal of the Gen- but they act for and in behalf of sovereign

They dissented from him,and can neither of said Circuit; and, whera on the said first adopted, and never defarted from usage andit provisions, may be the Legislature eral Assembly from any suggestion of such States: This position seems to be incoiltro-'

be held as voting for him, nor as assenting thirty-sixth voting, were present in the will be seen, too, that this resolution; ; and if die doctrine maintained by- the culpable indifference. They had a choice, vertible. If authority is required I refer1 tor
to his election. Theirs was not a vote Senate, fifteen members nine ol whom voted not designed to alter the generally w, contestant be true, it may be so amended a they voted; they did not vote for contestant the case of"The State against Foster.""' 2d-
usage
" ofassent, but ot dissent; and the black vote, for said \altr to Judge of said Circuit; b only it regarded the election of Senator to deprive the Legislature of all power over They expressed not ant but dissent; and Halstead's R. 101. '

there being no other person in nomination, and wbere said Walker w theieby : I refer a to 48, 49,and 50, to show the election of Senators. 1 they expressed it in the only manner in their The Legislature'of New Jersey .upon J
Hras their true and only means of expressing by concurrent rote of the,majouty the rote for United page States Senators and it But the constitution of Florida does not i power, there being then no other nominee. joint ballot fiftyfive'members present, TOting
dissent And the dilemma which this POSItion of both Houses of the General Assembly will be that after voting five times, no touch the subject; and it is not a little remarkable They knew their rights and the contestant's for a clerk of the'county 'of Glances -
seems to involve is this: to obtain aG8Or01D. to be the Judge of said Circuit, according to seen of the members ",that the clause of the Flonda position.. They knew that he ha to receive ter. cast twenty-eizht rotes fur MiUerbei r I Ia
majority
the blank voters must be regarded the true intent and meanine of the llth Sec. candidate having a adjourned at 144 constitution upon which the 'contestant relies thirty votes,'a majority of all membersof majority of the Totes present and twenty' 1

as present nt; to obtain the election,they must of the 5th Art. of the Constitution of this 'will elect,be the found Assembly the renewal of the; vote page for the -"A'majority of each House shall constitute the Lgisatur to be elected. They seven for Foster The', president of'the

be regarded as absent-in which event the State: Therefore, resolved, (the Sna con- United States Senator the candidates were a quorum to do business, but a smaller knew succss depended upon his joirt meeting thereupon declared there was1 '
election would be made by a unanimous mi- tuning,)'That the Governor be, be is Ward and Morton. On; the first trial Ward number may adjourn from day to day, own strength, and not upon their weakness. no election. second, third, 'and fourth
IlOntV. But had the blank voter remained hereby, authorized and to issue a and and may compel the attendance of absent And they knew that those who were not ballots were at once bad, and upon the last '
'passive spectators-bad they taken no part commission to said David require. ,a Judgeof received 27 votes, Morton receive 2 in such manner and under ..ch for him were against him. And I will here ballot Foster received thiiiyonevotrsan4was
President
and the member
.whatever,expressing neither assent nor dis- said Southern Ciruit." This resolution votes, penalties as each House may prescribe,"- say that bad a resolution been introduce declared by the presiding'officer 'to be ,

2 .nt-the contestant could not have been came up in its order on the 2d of Januar no election. received thir- with the succeeding one,-"Each House afterthis. first vote,'declaring the duly elected. Foster was commissioned by
On the second trial Morton
eJected by twenty-nine rotes. Under no (eee page 176'of the same Journal,) wa determine the rules of it own elected, it could not have been passed-it the Executive and entered' upon the disJcharge
may procings
circumstances could be have been thus elected indefinitely This marks the determination ty, and was declared elected. Throughout punieh its members could not have receive more votes than the of the duties of his office. At the _

: He must have succeeded by his own pstpne. Assembly to adhere this session the Assembly, in its numerous havior, and, with the consent of two-thirds, contestant instance of MHIer aninformationinthe nature '

'strength, and not by the weakness of others. to its"usage. elections, adhered to its usage. I for refer top expel a member, but not the second time for i I' It was a season of great political ecte. oi a quo warranto wax file.! against- :
where election
146 that be -
:They who were not for him were against Let us now look int the session of 1847. upn'an slci" the same causef copied from the Constitutionof ment.Party strengh was nearly Foster. Miller alleged having're
I refer to the p. 30, to.show reive a the United States-bave been incorporated There were twenty-seven Whigs and thirtyone ceived on the first ballot a 'majority, of'all -

him.The constitution of Florida, art. 4, see. 8, one ot Journ was to adopt introuc in the following into,the constitutions ol thirteen different Democrats in the Assembly; the members present was duly elected, and
tba
provides that a majorityof each House shall t of previous session. In the first words, by Avery of this Union, at least, and in no one i|and of the entire body, I have -never seen that the subsequent ballots were noiland :
'IbiS rul in Resolved That A.H.Bush received Stat been understood I but seven members. The friends'of the void. The Supreme Court of New Jersey
-- constitute a quorum to do business. during the session, as, indeed, having have these clauses
.
majority the Senate is ten and in the .each and every one, the rule;was adheredto 29 rotes, be declared duly eJect under the to control or circumscribe the 'power of the contest made every proper exertion ,to before whom the proceedings.were bad received1,' nstained -
**' House twenty-one; and upon joint.ballot / On page 123 will be found the votingsfor Constitution'of, the ,State,' for the Legislature over the 'election of &.Unite concentrate the Democratic party upon him ; the election of Foster, who and :
consti. Circuit Lancaster Western Judicial Circuit on which the "The 'Ala and before the voting in theGeneral Assem- thirty-one votes on the last ballot. 14oing
-, there must be at least thirty present to a Judge of the Southern ; yeas States Senator. constitution o' '
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Vile a quorum. If the u contestant therefore be .received 29 and, thereupon the and nays were cale and the :rote was 43 Delawr North Crlna CnDe- bly was begun, it was accurately ascertained so said: :?'? .:',!.
c tlectedbeWUeleCtedbyavOteOfthCminority House informed Y'ots, (the rote was against and 3 own friends voting ba:ad ; cuss that the contestant 'could get, but t.wentynine "Our minds are male np npoT'''it' ji9af ;:" :
ct
of the members elect-a minority ignorant concurrent) that Lancaster was duly elected! ; in a body against it Could anjvotimark in language identical, or ,nearly votes; and it was conceded by men of which we suppose 111 conclude the;.cl1< "
of the consequence of its own act but the Senate declared a majority of the sense. of the. General Assembly those of Florida;;and yet the$tateEhaveeach : all parties; that without a vote-of thirty he tion before the courtwhich i i. that alf:de .
. and a minority which certified to the election t a t, more'decidedly ? By what 'was that ..borgovrne regulated the manner ff electing their could not be elected. iiberative assemblies dari g'lbeir' i si4Hlii'

" ,of another-'and a minority which has received t nub'dc m. appealwas if not by the established usage Senators and they ehlk'Florida, require The suggestion that any party in Florida have a right to do and' undo consider: wxt -

the first'intimation that ithad, elected taken from W this decision oi. : of ,Avery was no rale, for it I a majority of 'a of their was indifferent as to whether the contest reconsider, as often as they think' proper, ,
Jresldent DIg.' would or would not be elected! or that and it is the result only'wblch is JLa '
lie contestant from himself. and he was sustained byavoteof ; related to the .election, forSenator only. to .- refer t Cl" ;' ,
that t .Throughout elections of this sessioe this Lgiur ofLaws 262 of the dank[ votes in the Legislature b no this'case, so long as the joint meeting peTE
. ,: _,Tbe Presiding Qfficer.in declaring the 'election1 I proceeded,'and Lancaster received the ,Cw Ala.- .; coc '
reconsider
declaration for Solicitor -1 l 95. ReYi$4 St between himself and others, inssionthey had a right U> / -
this ;
t.t there was no election uttered 29 rotes nine times in succession,and usage was Ldrm' of'D ware p. ,
. in the presence of the General Assembly, was finally elected bya rote of,thirty, being received a vote"of : successive 01. 1, p. 3J'Revi' SI people thronghot the. State with tome surprise question which"had .been before them.'or'
'sad as the mouthpiece the General Assem? a majority of all 'thejnember5elect.--tsee times. (Seepages14S,149,1SO,1bl, 152, Conn'1849 i P..0i.i; ,: ; }rad the contestantwilidoubtless' con any rote which they bad.made,, TbeydiJ :
'i i
he
with meinthe conviction that ( first
American cur < reconsider th* rote they,bad .givevand
.Co
;. bI,. No question was raised Jus rating ,pare 124 1 11.] 153.] A by Dunlop, E!83 i 5, 127, sballgamhisaeatit will be Vtn '*ptU" ol they voted that there should be* riballetiagi -
it deliberately The gnleeiiduring theaxnsoselonin session of the Assembly titutiocs, ,1 130 '
in
was again rec The next pe' '
yyf was deliberately acquiesced amlaf E.1849 ,' General Executive ol lit this view of the subject we arst.faefcsal ';
entered upon the journals as. toe the election of a Register of 25th November, 1850. 143, 185,201218 2722 th 'a AbljaJh -
com believe thatiherewas: iOegdtef
399 Assembly nothing
; cense of the General Assembly, and! it must JabJiJ.Qa(1 same*journal} p. 162.] And_ I refer to the Senate Journal, 1850, p.4, : 372, 384,, did elect Stte'film-on the'first rote, ra as what. unconstitutional in the proceed np.pr-4W _

to .* be considered and retarded as the unanimous o joint "ballot,29 votes; to show.that i De the i; actof! 'that fAt : constitution of :.Arkansas 'requires the majority did not.desi / do;,what the joint meeting,"and that:tie infOlizral n '"..,
{declaration yf the General.Assembly that whereupon the Houses took a r. B : : I > of the members elect compose i General certified. did not'do,and' not bint3in f.I :- : ; : -

there was no election l ; but in the face of this fore'tbey again convened ia joint ,' : the election of the< Sen- to do business, but like,. i what the Amly pi Florida," will :never_ ; .believe ,;wFbiDJ., ti8 iJi'yInipressio;: Tb .
I t* -fcttkm the contestant Claims' that the.Senate following resolutions wen seat by the House t\tt; body nineteen mem. a quorum devolves' Florr: was 1 joint meeting er&dcUbem1Lfl.DdddiW. '':j.
; regulation --
tJ:the United States shall declare'that theperson totbe5enate: I thrrandkJates: noioed'1 were lion herlegislatire of States upon ama: Has:Ftoridaau edNisheusagoTerfl.lug : lag:tb.TbichWaibelor8. .." ...' j'
whom the -e&D,4Elecatiyo **J.fResolved{As.the n of 'tills House, Floyd and Avery. 'Vp te f ballot, Unit_ Sn 'legislature.: the elections in her General Assembly) ; Tbe c1ia.LrmQJOL1he joint ,meetingitbc .-- s

J departments- his State bare declared' Sena.tor that, .hDe:constitution o this State re- there Vere'nine: cte. ,eight for for jort.ot, lt i i5la.;' arulwas the 'election. _ia qjaestioX: :accord-,_, mouthjplece. _i.. thje_'vvboj) WyJ ,.<_-. '. j

c. ..is not Senator i and .that .the person ent rote of t Houses. --f' o-| At -.ra .,o, i candidate . .. q --* Ii'Irt -"*. .{.

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after the first vote was taken, that there but no money to be drawn from' on"the Rio Grande. 'They consider the'dan CENTRAL' fl4ILROAD.-. "iSM none to. get, none'id strengthen., Mr.: 'Tribute of Ieaec. .

no election; and it is so stated on their 'wasTh e Treasury on that account, until the suboffi there entirely fW.an end.:Vraga'sent an The:Avorfc of subscribing stock','inRoad thiS allory should and tcf never have been Columbia.,Lodge, 10. A. K.

routes. They then proceeded to ballot again scription of individuals shall have first cial report stating that Carvajal had taken, we; are informed, goes ottjVery satisfactorily1. admitted to a sat,' lot been for the Alligator, Fla., Jan. 2T,1ssj.

for the clerk. I do not see how this court I refuge within the American territory a About $120,000 have already |0ffieiousness Mr..Clay/"b came out of It is a trite but truthful remark that the


I hold our proceedings under revision during and the completion of this important work, the report previously received ; but,'as will by"the State, brings the amount not been in the Senate chamber since, are inscrutable.

the term; and we do not know that we can I doubt not that Congress!: ,on the applicationof be recollected, it was subsequently contradicted 200,000, or thereabouts. This sum is not and never will be there again, for I regret ." The solemn warning of this declaration

", withhold the same right from them. I think our Legislature, will grant with its usual by Carvajal himself. The reduced bal, that can and will be taken when' it to inform you lie is rpidly declining.1 has,recently' been. .displayed' in the sud

.: there is no ground: for the inform tion. liberality, a portion of the public land through tariff bt l. Gen. Avalos stlU'contlues in force shal be found that the work is certainly gong We do not'suppose the reputation" of den death of'' our worthy brother, George

'UPSSEU. J. cohcaned." which the Road to itMatamoras. and large importations are be
may pass, Companies be committee would much risked by a Washington Knight, who departed '
t The remarkable resemblance between this which may be chartered, and that where the taking place under its operation. Cerralvo In our advertising columns itvII be seen Vulee Inw rj'eon
either Mr.
: case and the contestant's is reitdcredstill l lands on the Road have. ecome private property -, had been strongly fortified, in order to secure hat; the commissioners have issue a call decsion way. I ha the 27th inst. Respected and beloved by

': more striking by the fact that the clauses others will be granted in their stead.j the town against future attack I was sid for a meeting the stockholder bOf'l'xt evinced great industry and research in ar a large circle of acquaintances- sudden

: io the Constitutions of Florida and Ncw i It is asking but little, that these lands ,no, .hat the insuflcnt during their temporary month for the purpose of choosing raying precedents to sustain his idea of the 1 departure a created a.void in our .

Jersey prescribing a quorum, &c., are identical almost valueles from the inconvenience o! occupancy, hd completely sacked the place, Directors. This looks like' going to work void bity of bank! ".votes, and been 'ingenious i not easily to be filled. community
1 in language. 'their distance from mar, and a subscription was on foot in Montereyfor in ernest, and we hope that all who have. Te felPXrcher -
There are other points of contestant's ket, when made valuable as they will be by the benefit of the inhabitants. On these ken any interest in the stock will be pre- in investing a majority of a qao- -Death, has: stricter our midst

, claim which are apparent at a glance and the construction of a Railroad through them departure of Uraga's brigade for the nt on that day, as well 'as those who feel_ rUj" with a sufficiency which! has never the i pleasant associate, the fond companion,

t "Which I refrain from commenting on, from I should be given to the Company by Grande, troubles had broken out in.the Sierra friendly to the work. A general meeting >een recognized by his friends in the Legiaatnre j and the'industriom citizen.

a desire to render my reply as brief and sue- ,capital and enterprise that value will be Gorda, and at the last accounts all cause jf the citizens from all parts of the country -if the committee rest their "reputa- His \l

: clot as possible. created, And thus the State, as well as each of alarm was not at an end. It will be remembered is requested. We are assured that something happy spirit ha gone,t eotnaiuBe

Florida has, by the unanimous voice of i individual stockholder, may in a few years that after the war between this will be said on that occasion 'clculatel t ion" on theconclnsivenessof_ these reasons, with that of a deceased brother, who but

.,,' tier Legislature' prescribed for herself the be reimbursed for their.expenditures in thfe country and Mexico, the Sierra Gorda was nlist the warmest energi of people in a nd'award' ,the seat to Mr. YuJ e, it will I a short time preceded him to the grave, with

.- "tnanner of electing! her Senators. From this I construction of the Road. The Governmentof ihe scene of a protracted revolt, which required favor of the s>how.how much more they estimate I tbatthan t j all the virtues that could adorn the human

. .I manner she has in no instance departed since the United Slates could make no wiser cr all the energy and power of the Govrnmentfor The above we take from the Floridian IfJoumal'ol they consult the expressed sense of the t character
,clustering around his
"organization of her gavernment. She better appropriation of the domain,. thought e its suppression.iiiiiii the 31st ult. Those interested legislature and people of Florida. memory.
sends the federal in \ith- They were two bright jewels in the
to counsels a Senator elected should require all the vacant land Florida the easfcet
in Middle
:: in strict conformity with this manner, certified than to grant it in exchange for the ad- 11 n "Central l Railroad" project out having time t investigate the issues of r of Ma'orjC"Tirnehos brilliant exam

.'. by the deliberate actiAn of her Legislative tages it would derive from the construction F I D imiiicii.P n B Florida appear to be up and doing in fact made between the contestants, or tu i pies i many respects worthy ol .'the.

'. and Executive departments ; and to of this Road. For th'e national use tadconvenience he matter, and as the amount of stock sid compare the other points of difference. highest admiration

Exclude from his seat in the federal counsels it is almost indispensably ne JACKSONVILLE: ti o be taken is equal to the estimate given in tween them, the simple still has Our'commurdtymoutns
I. .person whom she has thus solemnly dctlarra cessary. The acquisition of Florida by our suggestion i i t the sad bereavement, and a an evidence
he late address of the commissioners; .o
[ to be her Senator, and to assign that L Government, was principally induced by Thursday, February 5, 1852. paramount weight with us-whether Mr 1 toke high respect of the craft,

t'e&tto one whom she bas declared is not L c consideration of public security, and national may expect soon to witness a practical undertaking Y with his pt avowed sentiments, cane Be it Rewired, That in the death of ,Bro.

s her Senator, would be an attempt to pre l defence. During the war of 1813, a portion Relations with Cuba. of the grading of the road.' The b considered representing views of F George Washington Knight, the Masonic

'- neribe for her forms of }proceedings io matjters of the British fleet and army rendezvoused We have received from Hon. S. R. MAL memorial for public land in alternate sections Florida on great national topics.tb We think fraternity have been deprived of a valuable

: :: over which she is sovereign, and the in Florida while preparing for the RY a pamphlet comprising his views on either side of the Road was presented thr State, in her last Congressional electron member, Society an exemplary citizen, and
It abrogation of a great constitutional right. attack on Mobile Point and New Orleans. ,
and suggestions on the relations of the United the Senate Mr. the parents,of a dutiful son.
to by Mallory
on
S. R. in which Mr.
:e 21ALWIW.LetterfroinExGovernrR. : To prevent! its occupation by a foreign enemy Yulee was not altogether a
our Government acquired dominion over States with Cuba. 'The arguments are 10th December. Since then we have 'seenno silent/spectator' has conclusive Resolved, That the Lodge deeply mourn ,

, ; K. Call, i irpoi it t; but it is still defencelss, still vnlnerahle at i ievery in support of a bill now before Congress for action on it. It is upon in the given a Answer with the relatives of our deceased brother

point, still accessible to the fleets and tbil.'l'thatre1ance negative. Then, 1 this be so, Resolved, That as a mark of I
the of the acts respect
repeal concerning tonnage i is placed for the of the work. ;
A System of Internal Iwij-rovtmcnt.: armies of any foreign power. Its bays and completion : why should a committee of the Senate con- the memory of our decea Brother,
vessels in 1832 and
. .'. harbors must shelter the laval force employed duty on Spanish passed We publish to day a letter from ExGovfi ne themselves to legal technicalities, to stat will wear the usual bage mourning tot
in the defence of vast in 1834. Those acts are declared to have had Call to Gov. Brown which ?
J.UEJACKsoX, December 13, 1850. our commerce ernor was communicated naught the expressed will the State 1 thirty days

S. Dear Sir: I am sure you will }pardon: ths the Gulf of Mexico. The Government must an injurious effect upon our interests, and it is to the Legislature on the 17th of o Rexnhttl, Tmth preamble and resola*

S intrusion, should it tie deeme 1 one, of m): project: those bays and harbors. In war contended that Florida would be immediately December, 1850'and printed among its pro CORRECTION. J ions be -prl'l! nprrn the minutes 'of the

f.., addressing you on a subject in which I, in with a from maritime"power the interior,,and this protection must approach mustcome J benefited by their repeal, in the enlargement ceedings. It will there be seen what were In October last a. letter appere in this Lg and that the Secretary furnish: a
the in Jack
with the citizen of Florida have
a
: deep common interest. While other States of our by lan<*. lOv is this most easily and certainly that would be given to our fishing and the views then, and what are those now, paper dated from St.Augustine, which mention sonville. for newspapers publication,pubishe copy t the

I .; great and prosperous confederacy are directing to accomplished The answer is cattle trade. contemplated by Gov. Call, who ba been was incidentally made of the presencein parentof. the decead.

, their energes: in the CApawled field of F i eaddygivcn.! Steam well has the become the great of Stminolc Delegation. most actively engaged in the prosecution ofthi i the ancient city of an English countess, JAMES S. JONES, I .
of
internal engine war as a great agent and of E.: u. IVES. Cora'itteev
improvements, we are slumbering an visit from Canada of a }
uncultivated of wealth and commerce.. Railroads by their expedition The New Orleans Delta of the 24th ult. enterprise, and who we learn i nowone expected ALEX.. YOUNG.
. over sources power }
concentrate power, and add more to the! mentions the arrival of the heaviest stockholders. party of distinguished friends of the lady
and leaving for }posterity not only the at that city, from Arkansas A true copy from the minutes.

'work which we should do, but the advantages strength and security of a country of ex: of Gen. Luther Blake, with a deputation We cannot but wish those who are thus in i a yacht, &c.. The same fragment of gus ALEX. YOCKC, Sec'y.
tensive than and batteries.
torts
. we should enjoy. resources gip-appended to the letter more to give a -
of Seminole Indians their into this Florida Railroad
The of the in defending on to entering project-
The peculiar form and location of our expenses government way relish to an abstract of the Pampero trial I From the Tal'ahatste Fdunl, Slrt vlt*, -
' State; geograph'ca:: I position; its exposed I Florida, during a few months of war Florida. The object of the General is to I especially those who are prompted to engage Florida crenec.
than farther
and defenceless condition, as a maritime Iron with any formidable power, \\'oul be more i induce Bowleg, and the remainder of the in it from an enlarged zeal for the publicity to any crcumstanceswhich This body is in session in this city the

' ". tier, stretching along the shore of the Gulf than sufficient to construc the Railroads tribe now in this State, to migrate peaceably progrf's of the State with which their whole might in the slightest degree wound present week. We learn it is not expectedto
I have in
of Mexico, and the coast of the Atlantic ; suggested. peace or war the feelings of a stranger amongst us, and before sometime
thcarij.in Road horn the Atlantic to the Gull to the West. Among the Indians in the i interests are linked-the most unlimited suc adjourn early next week
than miles fromeast .
I I"" mOle a thousand ; extending will at all times be important. The Government General's suite are Abram, one of the oldest t cess. To establish a great chain of rail, that stranger a reputable lady-was communicated I- -probably on Monday afternoon.
direct line four hundred
to west' on a near change., it i said, are to be made in
miles, and varying in breadth from forty lias the means of constructing the Road,I abut nd most noted warriors of the tribe, and a L roa in Florida, even though calculated ,to I to the Savannah Republican. The tnt Districts. The! Tallahassee District Into

,., to three hundred miles; its commercial I the it has but not the right deficient to do sove have sister of Bowlegs, through whose influencehe i impart some immediate advantages to one statement from that paper found its way to be divided, and a fourth one, to be named

,.' advantages; its numerous and secure harbors Then right to accomplish we are an object so in desirable ability.-to I has no doubt of being able to prevail i on I portion of the State over another, should Canada, and was followed by a communication i- the Madison District, created. Several accessions
its soil climate and} its
deficiency; in navigable streams' productions-all com; both, I cannot doubt the liberality of Con all the Indians now remaining in Florida to meet the co-operation of all who can aid the from some person there to the editorof in to'the the Conference of have ben.1rceivd

1 bine to render it one of the most inviting and gress in making a grant of. land for the pur remove to the West during the approaching{ project without detriment to themselves, no; the Savannah paper, in which the writer and young, recruits shape in the persons itinerant ranks.

interesting fields for enterprise. To enumerate pose.So ppring. ou 1errons.CongeslonalIemorla. mater in what section of the State they reside takes for granted the identity of the lady i in We learn that the amouot sent op for Missions -

I' all the advantages to our Slate, to our soon as the Road shal have been com Such a work should be the: question with a female who had departed those lat year by a handsome
irom the as
: people, and to the United States, wh:ch may pleted the Atlantic to or U. S. lIar encouraged from Canada under discreditable cir excee. This circumstance' the
:. be expected to result from a jtidicions and Tallahassee, the route wi bp available ahl. great pioneer 'scheme of interal improvement very that Florida will soon be able inspires to meet

f successful system'of internal improvements, through the Railroad to Marks, an.i a In the U. S. Senate, on the 20th ult., Mr. which must awaken emulation everywhere : cumstances. This letter was published in the : fop of supplying destitute portions

1: is at present beyond our power as many: line of steamers thence to Tehuantepec.This .- Broclhead presented the memorial of several I within our limits; to result in casting Savannah Republican. A friend of the lady of the: Conference without calling on the

vet unseen will be developed by time and would afford sufficient accommodation marine insurance i in Augustine, who was present in Savannah General for aid. -
the of But sufficient to the trade, until by the extension of the companies of Philadelphia, a net-work of roads over our State ; and Treasury

.,.5 inducements progress already improvement. themselves, to Road further west, a better harbor at St.: praying that the salary of the United States upon this stem must be grafted branches, to when the I appeared, immediately called 1 : Bishop Andrew reached the 'city yesterday -
present afternoon and in the Confer
presides
*
t.. claim for this measure the deepest interest Andrews or Pensacola could be approached.The District Judge at Key West in Florida, may prove, as if by magic the inestimable ad vantage on the editor of the Republican and requested t-j ence to-day. It is expected that be will

b! citizen and the aid and of local advantages resulting to Florida be increased correction'of the unfortunate mistake,
l- which
every support ; was referred to the of. these arteries of trade. preach inr the Methodist Church lo-roorroto

1 oar State and National le islature. from the construction for consideration of this Road will are too( Committee on ffie Judiciary. Newly appointed commissioners will I which,was promptly done through that .pa- i morning, at the usual hour, half.ps ten."'
numerous readily '
; they openbook '
The of California and New
acquisition 1 of the 28th ult. follows Dr. Editor Chris
o
In the per as : I Wightman
Mexico, and the establishment of our right' present themselves to any intelligent proceedings of the 22d nlL we find for subscription at Jacksonville, at an tim Advocate and Journal, is on a

to Oregon, remotely as they are situated mind, and offer their own recommendation the following report of petitions presented early day; but we think but limited expectations uTHE letter FLORIDA COUNTss.-Tn from publishing t'r visit to the Conference. \Ve present.prime
Canada in
Io the favorable of the a yesterday regard b
: from us, have added new arid important interests regard Legislature. by Senator Morton mav be formed the will officiate to-morrow
But there is one sufficiently interesting to ; as to extent lof:I to the Countess" who had taken up evening. -t.

; and. And advantages whit the to our geographicalposition. and claim a passing remark. It would unite not Mr. M. also presented the petition of aid from this place or this portion of the her residence, foj the winter, in"Floridwe

p.,. of our enterprise directed to the genius : only the extremities of our State, but every William B. Davis, asking compensation for State to the main road, as the route is 'defined did not imagine. for a Wa The only two' Catholics'io l the Senate of
countrymen are of it in ties of stronger interest, and; losses sustained by a portion o t.army at In the other than a fictitious the United States; .Shields? ;of, Indiana, andMallory
construction of I charter, and its Atlantic per8oae. I
a Railroad in se.lon ter appars
a foreign country Indian river in '
tbe a
during Indian
however that of Florida
voted for the
warm ; it would make the man on Florid we deeived, resolution .
which, when completed, as it soon will S"nrthy disturbances in minus will probably be fixed. There i is '
be the !cd with the man on the by a let there is a lady ia or near.St.. Augustine, of to receive Kossutb.' I i is no usual to ''clas
r must bring the commercial wealth and
I 'I.: travel of India and the Pacific coast of America St. John's, and cause them 7rcjthto feel -that claim ter from which Major Ripley in support of his hardly existing such a thing a a feeling unblemished reputation,who i ii the daughterof sify voles according religion of the
; were referred to the Committee against this road but there ,. a though not a herself. Senators, but much been said this
is ,
( and
.z across the isthmus of Tehuantepec to the they have a deeper interest in the safety of Claims. ; a prevailin] Count Cuntess a ba
southwestern of each other while it would add preference for a roufernore' She lot answer' to description of relation, it would be n harm if a little should
: coast of the Gulf of Mexico- prosperity I j Mr. M. said : I have also Mr. President .., peninsular, and
our Canada letter either in be N. Y. Allot
character known.-&any ( '
person or )
we should be prepared at least to receive to the value of every acre of land in the ; memorial of John F. assistant an opinion that the onr.projected 1 .
t, that Slate and tit Myrick, wi but is the exact opposite in both of All that has been "said in this *
vast travel, with its and promote the safety and /
\ appendages pros marshal with asking not benefit this immediate section. "tTb raton
together some
deputies
.
': :- embark the therein described. She has
of never : been in of the
: / taails', on the northeastern) shore, and transjport perity our whole'people. for person t.a consequence "*
;',; ? them across cur territory to the' Allantic. 5I- I have the honor to be, returns additional of the'seventh compensation in taking Florida.the in the project upon broader considerations been in,Canad having come direct from ry crusade of Bishop Hughes and his organs
Most census -as a matter of State in England York. These facts we *Kossutb and the sectarian
I ; A reference to the map ef America, respectfully, your It from number of memorials pride a grea have from in I against feeling
a a
'. will indicate this as the most convenient and Excellency's ob't serv't., appears to Senate pre i work-while there is as much iuclination confidence-and source which we place every thus got up.

expeditious route from any of our Atlantic R. K. CALL. by marshals in difcrentparts here elsewhere there is in fact further, that she brought In this cnnecior we r.otice from a'article -
of the Union, that the US no e letters from the most
spar respectable
I : cities to the coast of the Pacific, and whenwe His Excellency_Tuo. BROWN, Gov. of Fla. principle people at' in Dublin Nation,'written byGeorge
take into consideration the time square root and cube root engrafted upon[ capital to invest. And in short this is 'the the North to equally respectable people at Fuller, a it that thirteen
not -'---- appears
[ Catholc
,;. less than five days,] and the dangers and From Texas and the Rio Grande. the act for taking the census by the astute principal reason why little slock,will be ta the South. She goes to for reasons out of th Roman Catholic
gentleman from Kentucky [Mr. UNDERWOOD which it is not here to state but Bish6p
disasters avoided, by taking this safe and The New-Orleans papers have dates from the ] ken here, and little interest manifested in which would be necessary of Hungry addressed a memorial
badly marshals considered
operates or
;. I expeditious route, instead of the long, circuitous i Galveston to the 16th A letter from are not very the very proper and favoring the cause of Kossutb
ull scheme however
good at mathematics at least end much dilat satisfactory mentioned.
and hazardous around the Eagle Pass (Texas) ult. do not we may i The five B'shopVwho: did not sign
voyage :
: Peninsula, and through the Keys of Florida, The Filibusters bave been 1t almost says entirely understand the problem, and cannot make i it upon questions of sectional interest or con Should any of our exchanges refer to or dressere detained from the the'a.
afford them a fair remuneration for the Canada letter
a Railroad to connect the Atlantic with the their eervices. publish we trust they by circumstances bejond their control.' 'i
defeated in the late
engagements with the I hope it may be referred to the Committee stitutionality.Most will do ua the favor to publish this
Gulf] of Mexico be 1- explanation In view of these
must regarded as next in Mexican things, Bishop Eiixgb&course
and of
for the the
: troops are now, present t, of Claims. capital on, this portion of the that the antidote follow wherever
Yo importance to that which will unite the Gulf obliged to shelter in the woods below may seems a very strage e one -certainly it
Mr. UNDERWOOD. St. John's
I
is invested
wish to make single in lumber mills which the has
poison
with the Pacific. It a I. I gone. I
would constitute link was a impolite for shrewd
: a "Fort Ringgold,11 and are almost starved out, remark before the very one s a"man
I ; in the great chain of connection between: anxiously awaiting the arrival of Col. Ford I to state, sir, that the memorial mathematical is referred.rise rule I. are regarded as giving good profit and speed I is unnecessary to add our own regrets: as be is reputed to be. He is the last' m
;.' Europe and Asia-it would become the returns. Town here in the world who should
rre at i from San Antonia, who is daily. expected to incorporated into the act of the last Congress property too, pays a at the unhappy mistake, and the attempt to strangle
highway of nations, no less than the line of necessity popu'ar: sympathy in this for
I arrive with a reinforcement, to lenew hostilities. Das L worsea* : handsome interest;: stores and dwellings are country the
travel and transportation of mails from all i The 2d Dragoons are now out in other rule more that aumiraojy than any and which prompts this, we hope, ample repa. unfortunate and the exile of'Enr pe.-1Tha-
pur. adopted scarce
demand
by Congress. It has in great wharves
our Atlantic cities to those of the Gulf of ; are tion. Register.
suit of them, and about 50 of the soldiers ny
I, Mexico and the coast of the Pacific,.and the from the several companies bf the 1st (Infan- prevented You have anything like fraud or cheatery. going up, and other local improvements are -
prescribed rule
a which .
by when ,
stock of this! road must become ultimately try, occupying the frontier, have desertedand the marshals report the numb r of the, families essentially .needed. These give a directioato KEY WEST.-Extract from a letter from JACKSOSVJI.I.E PRICED CUIUIRST.
equal in value at least to any in the United joined the party. capital, as sure investments with the the Rev. Mr. Adams the .
you can prevent their bringing in Episcopal Mission-
!* States. In time of war, while it would give' The Brownsville Flag, of the 16th ult. an extortionate Reported Monthly for the Republican
demand for their services and speedy certainty of fair remuneration the at Key West in the fey
.* strength and security to our present defence' has an article on the revolutionary ; ary published N. Y. Slessrs. Al op & Boor*.
less seacoast, it would save millions to our ment, under the head of "Fillibustoros.move-" for yet the mathematical rule in this act of 1849 same time being under the immediate eye Spirit of Missions', for Dec. 1851:

Government the transportation of troops The editor says : remuneration taking the for census the actually labor allows more and control of those who invest., "Since my report for April, 1851, I have BEESWAX:, Dot, Cli
performed than peribBUTTER
and the national military stores. But these are from not all We have nothing reliable to give our readers any prior act of Congress. It ha resulted As a road.promising more particularlypecuniary visited Carysfort Reef, about 100 miles NE. 18j.. >
advantages resulting this from "
enterprise. There others less as to the movements of this renowned from this mathematical rule that we have profit to Middle Florida, it is probable Key West, and held a service in the per Ib ,22... 2
ate no important rooms of the Iron Pile COTTON,
House
band of knights-enant, but learn they are prevented the extraordinary charges for mileage 'that the Light fifty "
which should of that
awaken the deepest interest people section will above the and
miles
ocean, ten from land
still of fee coFFErlb 18.2
the ,
unknown heretofore
some
regions paid. I think it .
in the heart of oceuJ'in nas work-
patriot. It woulJ have to the ;
every rely on' their
.;. I unite the remote extremities of \ Ro Grande and the Colorado. ed admirably, sir. mainly own energy persons employed in the building. Rio pr Ib .llfcI2k.
draw them near to each other, bind our them country,p We have sen some three or four of their Mr. MORTON. In reply to the remarks of and resources, to complete the one under I have also visited Garden Key sixty CORN ;
together miles
leaders about town for the last few the honorable consi eration. After west-ward of Key West, containing per bus 90"95
in stronger ties of sympathy and interest days. senator from Kentucky, I will its completion, the S .
and above all, strengthen that bond ofr No doubt what force they have is not far say; Mr. President, that this rule may work people of this,vicinity will doubtless can- main seven land or eight, where acres the, and 200 miles from the CAND.S" per Ib :* 371
from
this and it is government iserecting .
city, around for the
whispered admirably and .
union so essential to the peace, safety, government, yet very vass the expediency of lateral extensive
prosperity road fortifications
a from
under the
that charge of Gcnesee bbl 5
happiness and of the American confidentially they have 1,800 men and badly forthe marshals. One of the marshals per 50 I 60 .
greatness two pieces of artillery arrived with ,Capt. employed in Florida informs me that he has i I Jacksonville to the main stem, and frame Lieut Wright. (There will be a castle 80 EGGS,

All people.these advantages may be justly anti. Ford from Texas. We judge, from all we traveled upwards of 1,400 miles, and was their conduct according t the dictates of feet above the water, which can mount 300 HAY, per dos ,' -' '. :371',: :
Service
can learn, some reinforcements have really in his duties for three that "human Suns.)" was twice held, three chil- \
cipated from the success of this enterprise- months', and nature" which in con- .
k HIDES,1100"
general 81.10
1 Ja all of which Florida of arrived at last, and that another attack upon the amount compensation he received was trols baptized, and one couple married. '. ,, .
as one the sovereign and holders.
There "
Slates of the confederacy, would have Malamoro is seriously meditated, perhaps only a hundred and odd dollars.. Thia rule'may l money money and are about 100 persons on the Island, u r.pttikt ; ,.'' i8
ere days. Gen. Avalos has no clergyman nearer than Key West." .
work
many under his .
admirably the .
an equal participation with the rest-while government, as Senatorial Contest. perlb : '
'
Tie -< "?>;34 ft
many others would arise, entirely local in I command entrenchments at least 2,509 men, with guns and far as the benefit of the treasury is concerned; Having! given the grounds advanced by TENNESSEE WHIG CONVENTION.-The LR \ w '.. .j,...t*-.Jptrlb .
i in fact, material but it Iloes \well .
1 their nature and tendency, in which she ; every requisite not work for the marshals .1. .
1; would have the entire enjoyment.For for a successful defence of his posi certainly. It reminds me of one of .dSsop's Mr.Yulee in support of bis claim to the Whigs of Tennessee have .called a State LIME, "'" 1. a

the accomplishment of this great design lion. I he cannot, so situated, take care of fables, about the; boys stoning the frogs; it Senatorial seat, we fulfill our intention of Convention in Nashville on the second Monday LUMBER per,bbl. 22 I' 'IO* :;;'T; I

t' to important to us, and to our whole this band of undisciplined men, why was enjoyment to them, but death to the frogs also publishing the argument of Mr. Mallory in the present month, for the purpose of per M.. 1st 11ualT 1 k 14 '.
then
I leave Mexico may as well drop out of the So,this rule may work I,, 2nd' fc.103rd ,
1 country beg most respectfully to family of nations. Nous very advantageously in favor of his position. Mr. 'Yulee appointing delegates to the Whig National .* -' .
verrons. for the but .. .do'3 fc
I the charter by of government; certainly its .
Legislature
.suggest our .
opera
a IIQtIORS '
B lroad, to be located by competent engineers A correspondent of the Delta, at Eagle lion is injurious to the marsbals for by this has subsequently issued a pamphlet, a copy Convention and nominating Electors- r'th "NE Rum ,". .r:

'4 commencing at some eligible port on Pas, states that on the 27th December,John rule they have only a hundred and of which 'we have "received purporting to State at large. Gin per do-g .

the Atlantic, within our own limits, and extending Clark, private of company D. U. S. fnfan- odd dollars for three months1 l laborious.'ser- correct a,number of tl errors of :fact", in Mr Whukey dG .1.3.
: try, was deliberately shot dead Mortimer vice., ISLANDS. MOLASSES: .a
through the heart of our State to by one M.'s statement. The latest SE -The market for this quali "'. j'
the bay of Peiisacola.: This route should, I Cook, a discharged soldier. The citizens The memorial- was referred. to the Committee from. we have seen ty ef Cotton has been rather dull during the NAILS'pr g ', ",'3.S
of Pass Washington to the '
Eagle it least of Claims. as position of the week.
pass by the Capital of the State, and where seems, or at a The sales amount to 318 bales, as perib ,
I :practicable and convenient, by the county portion of them, had passed a resolution to contest, is the following from the Washing folows-22 at 20, 26 at 21 1.2,39 at 22, OIL, /,4fci;

totrns intervening be-ween ttie extremities the effect, that any soldier found in the village Assiguability of Land ton correspondent_of_the Savannah at 24, 63 at 20 a 40 at 20 a Sperm per 1 *> 1 2 .

Aj ad wherever it may be found inconvenifn. to execute should the be'resolutioi.shot, and. they Cook deputed Cook. By the Senate, proceedings of Waat 21t who writes ,on the 22d, with leorgian, 26, and 29 at 22 a 25. Prices 22 reman about Lu se d N"g, .'111 2 '. "'
the PROVSION'
was arrest same when l
without deviating too far from a direct ed and January we perceive that the should judge from a we closed last'report. *'19 -.,
imprisoned in the engrossed a soubriquet applied to pr b118 ;
military
fine i>> M connect these towns, an intersecting house but guard joint resolution b [:&v. Repub. ,Prine do : ._. '
them to the main liberated by the local Justice of fon that body'explanao. Mr. Mallory in a preceding: parj of the lette1 Mess Beef do .Li
/ron
pad ,
route beAulboizcJy.
might "
the Peace, ia whose house the .. r.,. D_ .. ', FIRE PROOF : .
; la the same manner, the main: committed. murder,.was '. u. Ja' U'UII .nu ACt, 01 JBOO., was not altogether ifhwap .betweenjthe litigant ,SATES.-In> our advertising ,Hainsperib'-Sides do- ',* ._',12k_ 1

; ';oad from ) fasfjo west maybe intersected Several robberies had" finally passed with the title amended as fol.lows ll l- parties: columns will be found the advertisement ,of .do 'u.
by others,when desired to connect with ,recently been com, l : "An act to of Messrs: STEARNS & So., '. .1
Land .
any in Western bands Warrants'useignable "lam happy to inform and MARVIN, proprietors '., ;"
by. of : you
pa Jhe Coif, or f be Atlantic.To'execute mite Tea 'Ino m\e your 'Sweet per b us.. .
port of
the .
and celebrated .
DemocraticFlorida readers that Salamander 11.
supposed to the,
ti I would dinl lor This 'pros-i Safes, withRich'a .Irish 'do., -
:
8'pl 1D. suggest amendment 'purpss. pects are favorable L ,HI 15POUTRY ,../, ,
for .
ths ,
l very admission .
improvement. :
require TJi .1
letter of .
fbayhe main line of well itsBranches Later i it.'ret the $) Mr. ,
road
I as as I from Mexico.. of their "' "\ ,
"t' gallant Senator Mr.,Yulee > '4 '; "
his
; to CMekn 181
should be chartered sections of ,In'"h, meantime the. GILETr published in said advertisement i is ,1i"
: -'.The NewOrJeans: papers have dates from Jous. : seat, from which be has .been so unjustly key. ,lo.J2-,. ;,;,
a. convenient: !Jeufjtb, and granted to separate$ Vera'Cruz t the'4th ult., and from the City tore it i the bill reported from the select detained by>tr.: The :'committee bnlyone,' of many 'convincing proofs that RICE ,< ', .

: ooipaoies,"with /prfetime,of the charter bf Mexic the 28tb ult. committee"( to'whom \jwas''referred '-t the) ,bill to whom was MaJor subject have a reputation this :Safe is.capable of withstanding the pr. ,'*. ," 'i', :r. ., .'.. I'SLT
:jo each COM?, for 4 failure to commence and '' J .' .
The country is generally"quiet td which) : :' maintain i I ,
though Mr.Cabell'sajnendrnenl 11bl5O" : Q
as jurists and public most intense heat ith :
.," Complete the road wifiin a reasonable,, there have been local r disturbances invariousplaces ,, 'Th'eone was offered men, and it is impossible for'tbemto resist Qfinjur to the con- SOAP 'pts :.. : > '. !t
:101 bp specified ia the act of : Deported! appears to be sub tents.-N; Y. Democrat.. ; .
incorporation ,, These* however, were : ,a:: Mr.; Yulee's arguments and facts,1and throw ', : : :th"r" .' "' ;. :,>- h. ..
I would that the State son sup. stitute for that bill .- _. _. :: : ;, ,
too shouldBuhicribe -- *-r-r-m '
suggest debate him j '- '
I pressed, We, 'learn from ; continuedon .oat. Mr/Yulee; !is the ,'pcrth, i N
for a certain' portion of the stock ,[ the new Congress w the.Tritd'UnioQ'bat 'the 22d, wh iD each section of the road and its brancbes Ciark'ol op- bitMr"M ha YankeeDoodle; n. ,_ .
work of organization. The papers cave posed the bill ii e i begged f r'tim for cannot be : performe.oluulor'l :' l "' **' -&1

ffipr tbe Itf'due' >hal have been taken by cease$l.' b? alarmed at the aspect.of, affairs of',his constituents, ,. uikiuslytbein.terests or dln"d.to cannot bis b what ew.'evidence of the, Chrjst Pa nd, a couple ,of Bunker -:. Manufactured 0.: -' .-,. .25sa*., -1 .
strengthen nc p
because TALLOW
argument there
Hills
'. rising in bosom. perlb"
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[Cou S. Bnrrnsoto, Proprietor.] 1 AL Jno.1S ur "hereby' cantionca .p ctOr."a..d< ComiaUUon.IVtrehiinta. .' '" 1 r. QJitNOH.HOUt3E.- : !fJl tht 1iJt. sJACKSONVILL1i1 '..!' Orccerles Groceries I IIJ I -

Jan.H W Jones J Petit.N Y: H P Fow- a.certain promissory j *'* i ; 'EASTFLO1UD&. : uft,itECE1D I
\ : 1VANNA11GEORG1a,, : I 'Scn-r Melrow ,
made ky the i TAEtWBscnIRElL' per ,
JVO;E E Kelam. J T Monroe JV Y. 24, G lot undersigned on or about the No.113 BayStreeU rIIIL SU1L'iijj rospeafuUy informs thee .from J ow \ork.a full and 1fellle1eet
A doboa SV Harrison A Erin! W 11 W e- day of October,1851to Simeon S. Tyler or f i 11" ba'iIlJ rer-ent1y orened ubflc b" &oiGROCER fE3.
.
this house
j meral thai will be all
per. S C DL Starr,AT; A F Brahane. J W bar, for the ram'ihr hundred and seventy- .Strict attention will be given to the sale of cotton 1J 1JnboTe House"W'ould rcTiccUullT *o- COmpcZoIaDdprearftj the reccption of Boarders family nac, eenalstfcgto part adapte.Up t'Netr York

,,.Sir;Moolley,JV YDr D C Ambler Fla. f" pytl 8 months after date. The ,or other produce,and liberal advances made at-this time" atronageof the public.' There by"ttuf TSrst day of October next havteg cured ham,"Shoulders and Pfeedn, Sides
N8 Brady, Richard Hayward, Fla; W E 'hch'note wa given has when desired. are somefireto six rooms unoccupied, about ffve hundred feet front,with pizzas in front Pork, Fulton Market Beef Pickled and
Ala B F Knigbt.NC. 27th, flled and 4' unless compelled by' I eYe.ral of the same with fire places. .The Honse Beef, C
and brother ; JOIL"iW.C. LOUD. P. II.LOUD i within and rearmaking it M comfortable as any House Toagn Smoked Selmdn. *
-C L WU S Russell, Fla-Sth. LB.Amer. GEORGE JOhNS? Sr Jan. 22, 1S5.' ,ly. ? i iMarshal's is Office and one wharves.hundred, The-and fifty-yards of the Post in the South J and will be able to accommodateover Sausages, Ma'kcrel COdfish. Irish I C
Feb. 1852-.5-Zrn'
a&aN Y.MrsCVTyrrV*. 29thISodeek- Janvie.Fa 4th, undersigned is AguttI one huiMrd. L .
and fifty lie would gar; mon, od'nujl !
W'&rr, N Y Coin T Titu! F1& 30. 1 for Con. tt.toarhorso( o h and two 11'r persons -
;
/lC' more DOsn
say particularly to those visiting the Sooth vuiic k uivnvu Jfmiugw, Dmm;
I hack Mail
haJ VaeTe. T Demerc. G.. 31, T Ddaigle, lines*"-leaving for Ocala! scmi-week- for health Lard
NOTICE. Sale'I.'I. and the benefit of our delightful climate Catsups Preserves had ricHcs,
GK VTm Seott Monticello;J B ,Miller, C CC BY VIRTUE of a writ 1y. /orfartherparticalftrsapplyatthetilcc of he has had an eye to their.especial comfort and Green Apples, Dried Peach, -cfcoicv '
Moore, Ga Mr Hickman Ocala.FA THE Partnership existing between the fremlhe District Court of the United States I the &, \ Kej.ubhcAn anti News. has "wadeTiw arr&ngewenteoahlbe and assortment of Stnart't Refined' "
may
LJV Reeves F M Adams, and 2 ser- a Attorneys at law;hu been for tbe Northern District-of Florida, and to the 1 r.S IESSKEW. give him a call comfortable and well cared for. The undersigned would also re pectfulTy i U

ypu J G Gibbs, F1a._ dissolved b,mutual ent. M. Whit Smith Marshal of. said district directed and to me delivered FalalkaJanuary 8, 1852. tf. flO The Tallahassee Stage ,Agency.at'_this MuM etttJlIJff8 and the pnbL'e:in general
will attend t all unfinished bnsioera. wherein John J. McCarter, and Thomas P. I Onse. he has on feantl in nldhion to the above,

MARINE KEWS. M. WHIT SMITH, Allen copartners under the name and style of HUE! Ufi n FE MUT SAMUEL BUFFLVGTOX. A FULL (AND BV HIMSELF
McCarter E
M O'BRIEN. 'Allen are plaintiffs and Elijah Mat- ,SELECTED i
STOCK OF
: Sept. lg 18516m. PROPRIETCH. ) DRY
OF JACKSONVILLE January J2, 1852. feb tox is defendant I will sell before the Court house ;
PORT 5t
I. door in the town of Alligator on the first Monday Classical and English Institute of abnoTt every quality and nadre,AzftcJ 4

Entered. For --- in March text;between the usual hours of sale, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.N.F.BUOWJV Hardware, Direct I iportaiio SOUTHERN MARKET..

Pcolat Pilatka & Enterprise. the following described property to'wit: Lot No. rjlIIE 'Subscribers His stock consists of a well 8clecfcd 1t .
Florida Coxetter Charles aie daily receiving direct
Jan. % Steamer two in the town of ritocipal.
Alligator,containing one acre frtftn the Manufactories in Europe, a of Staple, Dry and Fancy GOOI14 Rc*
com-
ton.Clearrd.. MOUNT PLEASANT, of land, lot Dumber three in the same town containing 0 pete t rtmenhfHARDW Clothi,,: Cnllwy.Hardware together with 5j
J Captain CITEWS, will leave Jacksonville on one acre of land; and the north half of lot THE SUBSCRIBER EK Saving had several ream tc., which will be sold on reasonable ARF..cU.TLEH.Y.terms. kery,GLinware,Coots and hot'.llataand
Soule Colson St.Thom- ,the5th inst, at IQVcloCk, A. M.,for number eleven in the nenee in teaching, baa concluded to
Rufus town
J.30th Brig the above same containing half his School establish STROHECKER & EU A. Soditlcry; in short every variety of Goods
u.Feh.3d&h.. places, touching at some of the Orange an acre of land. Also eighty acres of land with this place, and respctr 1 155 Meeting St. Charleston Hofcl. kept in a Dry (ioodste.
E.C. Buck Turner N. York. Groves above Lake Saturday at tee buildings and impr tem nts thereon invites the public to call and test its merits. opposite
Gorg remi adjoining Charleston :'0Y'. 14, I&l. 2)4w. AD kind ot eiwnlry dueetaken
"It Trill bfr his In
Enterprise, and Sunday Morning the town of Alligator, and known as the .south ] constant effort to cultivate the 1
to return. 6.- west quarter of the south-east of friendship! and esteem of his pupils; and to instil for Go'.3seit tire highest market pricea.'
section
Lift Officers of the State ofFlorida. feb } fwen"ty-ninc, towmship three,quarter range seventeen those principles which tend to develop: the human Wanted to hire by the month or yearS All the G oda will be oW fe| >ii Very I
intellect and to-refine the heart. able bodied ban,}",white term Customers
or colorc-1.
south and east and the south-east of the would lo Well t8 oill ->
STATE HOUSE OFFICERS.I I SEVEN CASES. CURED!!! south-west quarter of the same section quarter, township Without berg in the least sectarian, the Inati- F,r such good Wages will be given and prompt amine for themselves before iircha.ting e

THOMAS BROWN.Secretary ,SIx Mu E CREEK,FL Doc. 9, ISbI.3rr and range,levied on as the property of said defen tote will be conducted,on religious principles. ply insured. ALSO, he being fully a&uYed that none will go
CoOnrDor State CHARLES W. DOWNING. dant. Alligator, January 19.Isj2. By a most thorough system of reviows and examinations For S le-On accommodating term, a Brick suited aa regards Xhe good and the price*
,
Poinst JOHN T. JtfYKICK, ,"which experience has suggested the Yard with its fixtures, a number of eligible build for them. MOR las ;
benefit
General. DAVID P. HOGUE. of the
Attorney JOHN BEARD. publish SIR the following..I have had afflicted you can of Marshal N.D. of Florida. Principal flatters himself that Knowledge once ing lots, one improved ditto; (;I.irden, Farm, and Corner Ocean. k P, C
CoIDptr seven cases acquired, cannot be lost. timbered lots,of sizo I Jacksonville Nov. 15 1S51. tl
R. HAYWARD.KerUter Diarrhoea By E. R. IVES Dep'y Marshal. any from 5 to 50 acres, all in ,
on
TeasnrerWILLI4I my plantation this season all of .
; Great inducements are offered-in the the immediate vicinity of .,
of ..J.Lck"onvilleAW1J .
which have way '
Stale Lands DAVID S. WALKER. been cored by the use of mostvaluable
your health and of situAtion-to to
Clerk Supreme Court, ROBT. S. HAYWARD. medicine railed Indian Loxeeust. St. John's Seminary of Learning to send beauty their children parents wishing JOS.S.BAKEU.. t State or FforUn, Scathrni ('C'lreaU
from home, as no pains Jacksonville,Dec. 4,1551. tf. 1 .
Yours respectfully, JOHN PRICE,1r. AT MADISON Trill be in for ,, _._ tve e antyk
JUDICIARY. Feb. 5. C.H., 1LA.T1he spared providing their comfort' and ------ --- -- TMftinO.: Guyes, )

Supreme Court Judges. Board of Trustees take great pleasure enjoyment. Bread, Cake & Pie Bakery. I vj. > '
JL in announcing to the Masonlo The discipline will be inflexible, though mild .
;
(
Residence.Iou. Notice. and the Fraternity and persuasive.The TIllS is to inform the Publia tIl\t"WO! have mailo! I Iregularly I11,1 uyna, )
that the
Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice Pensacola public generally, exercises of tu the and lii.r. 1 t C'HJNfEtV DlVOCiC ,
of instruction preparations supply town. FIJI ,' O
this course includes
G. Semmes 1 Associate T TOTICE is hereby given that Books of institution will commence on the SECOND the bran- 'other Turebisers, with extoIlent BH EA 'I Cu.sixnzas.
Hon. A. I Apalach'aTal'has'e Sub MONDAY IN JANUARY ches of a thorough finished English Education very I U.
JLlI for Stock in the next, under the superintendence ,
Florida PIES
"
| scription & CAKES which Taptearing to the satisfaction
lloft.. L- A. Thompson 1Wd a full preparation for 11'0 are now dcliveriRg I fir the
of Mr. ISAAC ACIJJ late any College class. I.
and Gulf Central Railroad will he principalof I
opened ir at the houses i-f cutouiCM.U'e ibitl the l'.ltd Ml bu.beta filed, and
Circuit Judrcs.Westem Jacksonville at the office of 1 W. Bryant, Esq., Greenwood Institute, South Carolina, aided ENGLISH STUDIES. tate this opportunity of expressing our pro f tat the ad: Ann E. ('iyiiii f'r.1Of.i1.'lJ

I, Hon. Geo S.hlawknslApaach.I I on the 26tt inst., JOn S. SAMM1A, by competent assistants. Orthography; Reading Penmanship Ph thanks/or the liberal evidence of cneuuragpuicnt ( this Male, to wit: "at Sf:nL b'Well* ono
Middle I IJ- Wayles Baker I Tal'has'e A.M. REED, Mr. Attn comes among us bearing the highest raphYi Grammar Geography; Ancient 'loden no"- which we tare already received,and while re.pcet-j ahama lsan'; 13 ordeud that the Aid
;
Eastern j,Thomas Douglas heks'vIleoathem Comm!. sioner. testimonials of character, scholarship,and success history Rhetoric ; and fully -nuking a continuance of the same, feel warranted r E. fiUlIDN ear,nn ; Book-Keeping -
| Jos..ll. Lancaster K. West J in teaching; and the Trustees have hesitation ; ; Comsosibon
ackont"ie.Feb. 5-3m. no and Declamation the in claiming fur the UreiMl whio'a we o.T-r i againbt sad: hi;,oii or .ire kte firt ){
Botany lliblc
James M. Landrum,Nl'rT.. Cir., UcheannaQniney in commending this institution, under his direction Music i Drawing. ; ; ; \ oca1 qualities unsurpassed in all the e.s.eutiaU wliic'i got I l>oTeuIw'it li 'kraeUhieh: skid

Samuel B. Stephen faYr M. Cir., to the patronage of the friends of Education, 0 make the staff of life p.ila'at!e. pure,and whMc-: ance,t.a.'i"Li.t hin will he taitc11'"c-fI't
John P. Sanderson. Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'vflle throughout this and the adjoining States. SCIENTIFIC COURSE. We shill I her. that
$100,000 SAVED some. continue tj tuc the best 1hu! :', p.o\"i.t.-d a cOIy.r this onH-
Oman B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West The object sought to be accomplished by the Intellectual Moral, and Natural Philosophy; which in the hands of-an ejjKrieiiceJ Caker jn.'i- I INuc-l: in FOUIC pu'ilic newspaper of this S*

IN PEARL STREET and FJetchertree. founders of of this institution is to disponJb the blessings Astronomy, Chemistry; Logic; Geology.MATHEMATICAL flee us in promising our customers good li-ta.!, the\we of six in')iitii.! l l:1i.rc the said fifot j
FIRE a sound practical education to all who t
COUNTY OFFICERS.First KC. diyin November, provided that if a 'co
New York. Three
stores their
name Judge of Probate second name Clerk and may desire to become its beneficiaries and to COURSE. Ticketsfurni-hed and laaili-'s any wfcc-e wi.h- said bill, and of this order, shall be S ,
( ; before words !
of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name eontent dery-d. Ike bring this great boon within the reach of all- Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry in tho limits of the town *Bp!ii! *'l at"A Curly.ti (whenever it occurs, as ia Gadsdcn. &c.) Tax RICI'8 SAFES AGAIN even the most humble. In the language of a circular ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry every lay. Price-5cts jirl ,f. !1 Ordered to appear and plead answer, or

Aiscssor and Collector.] EI.EVEJVSAFES of different makers consumed, issued at the commencement of the project, ; Differential and Integral Calculus. ?!\:k & COO .MAX.nov against said bill, OB the ur t rule day after
with their contents The Safe made by Rich& I it is our design to educate the children and orphans CLASSICAL COURSE. 27-tf !, month after thi> said service .': delivery,
Western Circuit. Ca.defied tbc Games and brought out ita 1 of indigent Master Masons free of charge !I fault tviioi-eof, the saiii bill will; Uj taken

*" affirm.Efcambia Post Off re. without a mark of fire upon them! content I for tuition, and the children"of others upon such Latin; Greek; German; French.A oardin;. fcsioag'iist her at Iit-t incntioucj raIl
Charles Jordan PensacoliMilton terms as may be prescribed. We appeal to an course of Lectures will be delivered during JO:3. U. LtNCASTFt.
44 F. E. DeLarua 31 B. GILERTS LETTER. enlightened public to assist us in our effort of humanity the year upon Philosophy Chemistry. The THE SiJBSlUBER I is i.iurej! to aepoinmo-,; Judge, .Njutkem Circuit
and save us from failure and defeat-firm a number of Hoarders, at his recently sta'te of fl .
.
II F. DeLarua* TiE FIRE IX FLETCHER AND PEARL STS. K. T. I School will be furnished with a new set of apparatus riJa.j
in the beliefand confident ia the hope that our and wHI afford ample opportunities for be- erected residence in the Northwest part of the ;t Key West, Apri*. 3, 5.1J.
Santa Rosa John Chain NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 1851. will fee the locution j
appeal not disregarded. with town of which ia kitown U>be highly |
.4 E. S.Amos .. Messrs. STEACXS and / to C. Scholastic year will be divided into two camiirg acquainted of its laws. Science and the practicaloperation faAorable to health and comfort from its elevation. 1 i I CERTIFY the above io be a Due copy

.4 Isaiah Cobb, Jr.* 4' RICH & Co., Ab. 16T ater ARrecessr, New Vork.- i 1 I IThe of five months each. Tuition for each The Academic year wilt be di"ided'into four The HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping and i I the original now on file in my otScc.

Walton Daniel McLood Ucheanna'Calhoon SIR, when the fre wa consuming my place of to be paid invariably in advance. quarters eleven weeks each. Students en- other apartments being spacious andifcll finishedas J. 101 mtAC rw
.' Angus 1) McKinnon MWm. Business, No. Pearl Street, 1 was in crafter the commencement of may it respects plastering &c. I Clerk, .C.I
a \V. McCollum Rcnsslacr County, telling a new : abt apparatus RATES OF TUITION.For be charged only from the time oftheir any quarter admission., and The furniture of tholloase is also entirely new, j I Key West A4ril*., 1551.f jwl

Holmes Ahner Baker Ccrro Gordo in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, the elementary branches to wit: Reading TERMS being just received from New York. |I -

a Martin W. Brett and did not read the account tintQ I was fearful it Orthography, Grammar Arithmetic, etc., per Arrangement have been made to supply the t.v j i Co lur.ibiaCoU1ltyTaxCa
Robt. R. Golden was to lt.to save my books trhich were placed session $5 00 Board and Tuition, including lights, fuel, and ble with ample and excellent fare. auj good Icr- f! *
in one your safes, purchased from Mr. Marvin For higher English branches, Rhetoric, washing per bcssion 6f five months, $120 00 rants have been employed to attend to the C01l1- I i.i -01" virtue I.f authority vested in me by ;
Washington Orange Hill some years a co. Mj fears were not allayed when Logic, History, Ancient and Modern, German, --- 600 fortof'uests. J1& will ex]:o.-e for ?-Uo in front of the L1
Norman A.C npbell 1 found it necessary upon my return to apply the I I .Natural, Philosophy, Chemisry &e., (Payable quarterly, in advance.) I shall spare no pains to render my Ilon-c in all i House u o uruf C'vluiiiTtM ('unnt.f;on the first
John A.Tabor Croton Water 40 hours before 1 was enabled to per session, 10 00 FOE DAT STUDENTS. respects pleasant to those who make it their home, I I 'day of June. lsC2 the following described

Fi(" R. Pittraaa Marianna commence operations; after which it required 54 'For LanguAges, Higher Mathematics, and respectfully invite a call f.oni tritizena TV ho1'i 'or parcel of hind sirontid in said county
.4 S.C. BeRaroy i hours of labor and application to raise the Salamander Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, l o- English Studies and Mathematics; f 10 00 wish permanent Hoard or stringers who may so-f', t>nw njice river, near Livingston Ferry ..

.. JjimeGrif&n 4' from its ashy bed. You may edge of myan.xietyduring litcal Economy &c., per session, 3D 00 Including" Latin the Scientific and Greek Course, 12 00 fonrn ia oar hospitable dim during the winter ;,( ;river,containing -100 acres, owned lIy Amos
Calvin Stepiens *" this delay, and my ogr, able sur- .- 15 00 mouths. W. D..WAll | ney or tH.ir:. f.r tiixeS das the State anj '-

Tl. B. Th-ans BlountstownBcnj. priM upon opeeing the safe in the prcrsonce of a In point of health, morality, and good order, German or French extra in advance.- 6 00 N. H., I have: since the erection of my Hon e j for the year 1S51. St te aa4 county tax 4
(Payable )
we Venture the assertion that the of quarterly j A. J. T. WRIt;!!
village Mad
4' F. Parlcr number gentlemen, toftnd'my looks nnj pa furnished it with a convenient Bath-Establish-I
I' 'Thos. J. Lani* 1 ; and legible they iver. to ison is unsurpassed and unequalled in the State. i A liberal deduction will be made for pnpils in meat, which is always copiously supplied with !1, Sheri Es officio Tax '
8 &
pru&vcd intense heat wLn.h prcooU wasaQt I Board can be obtained in private families on the Primary studies. Mi. Brown is also able to water and the necessary conveniences Lathing Alligator Dec. 13, 1331.. ? >

JFrankli**4 ; "ArcVdT.' Ecnaett Jlpalachicola b) can be conjectured t from U.<. condition: reasonable terms. A convenient boarding house secure the services of a most snperior German I should add also that my bon: is a regular '

a _un W._Spcucer 4 -" safe, [not a Salaman) c f which an 'i; will be erected by the Trustees at an early period. Pianist, should there be sufficient encouragementto stop ing-plnce for the Stage to. and Irma \Vet !' The n.

LliM1c iron skeleton frame only remajned, and o Dot a res-j i Any further information will be cheerfully given employ him. Address, and MidcUa Florida, being upon one of the principle -f r Ita Un1te States !
of book. by addressing the undersigned.By N. F. BROWN.Ilererences. = j Steamer' IVAXANHOE, l
'CiTtnit.EdwaM tige a They were cempacjons in the i streets leading immediately to the Western i -.m
paine office,on the second door, from which they I I order of the Board of Trustees. road.: W. b. W. (r lllatka ct'cr1tondt.'morning,at 8 '

Gad den C. Love Quincy I I fell upon crate of carthern ware in the eUr. th? : I1ARLES RUSSELL- lIon. WILLARD HALL, Rev. S. 11. WVVKOOP, Jacksonville Oct. 9, 1851. 'loC. Enterprise, Alellonvillc, and intermediate
S. Robt C Lester a ruined safe upon the Salamander. If position -' Secretary. Rev. COREV CHAMBERS Capt. II. B. NONE- !) ings having excellent accommodations for
-
..4 Samuel B. Love 44. j I had been reversed, not even the skeleton'!' Madison C?II., December 13, 1851. jnl-2ai Wilmington; Dr. MILLER Brandywine Village Notice. :|' gers, and connecting each way with the
Hugh O. McLean would have remained. loss ; |I uah United State* JUail Doats. For
the
My hover
over insur1anceis Del. Rev. T. BRADFORD Del. Rev.J. .
; ; nntlE Subscribers leg leave to inform tlics i i
t.eon' David W. TaUa.'ba.ssce' I.yt) salvation of Lrage sale of public Lands in Florida ? i 1 apply on
Gwynn pasaigc
$ jetthe my hooks In E. Rockwell, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Hon. J. OLI- JL friends and the public g'ntraUy. thathaviuga boardL.H.R03SIGNOL
a "Cwcar A. Myers 4' : you Salamander, with the repraentutites of i 1 lEANT Dr. A. Eo BIH I>, Medford N. J. Tearkert Storehouse and Wharf of their ownthey arc now >
.4 Haley T. Blocker 4' j I $10.0 and important dQent hieh.. could : -THEO. HYATT, Rev. THOS. CA IS, Rev. Z. prepared to receive and forward all intrus- i j I CaPilatb it.'r
.44 John II. Rhodes 4( has Totlec Is lurcbjgiven, that the under- goods i ,01".27, 1p.M. decUr.I
compensated me. : A. MANSFIELD WHaaineton Dfel. L. BARfeftws
b duplce .1. ia ; ted to thcircare, free of charges. Merchants and t j ." _
will of law "-
I '
siguc o.ficr at t i
L.--
It pursuance '
,
"WAbDaV'm.. J. Council great pleasure exhibit the Andover Moss. 27
nov 1-1YJi
Newport t planters will find it .-to their to ship
public auction, be ft the Court House ,door in advantage For, and A
M ""m. W. Mound 4t new safe purchased of you and explain its re this channel j Enterprise e leD
merit through TK tktcrminej to
the several Cvunrit.s; hereinafter stated 'the following \ try
-ft .A jab Hall "Ie atmy present ofc Ko.21 Fearlftreet, wher valuable lands as, located by State aatfaerity, Notice. and give satisfaction to all. .Tk6e, shipping J i On Lake Monroe.,

44Vefierna Alfonso: It. Combs 44Montieello &remain u Yours DW building 216 i as part the ,grant of Congress 'to sad State SIX months after date I will present my ac- through us from Savannah, &3., will please give ; TJw Steamer,MOUNT rfI
Thomas }.Ofcace i ercLe4 respectfully, for of internal These as Administrator of the Estate of Wm. orders to have their goods landed on our wharf; I *
44 Craven G. Fife IOSmG.Ou.BET. lands purposes were, in good part,improvement.selected immediately Johnson,deceased, to the Hon. Judge of Probatefor this will insure their being put to no expense at SANT&Capt.Couw JM.CaEU-._Kftl
wharf
4Madison f taniel T. Lcnito Ie I. The tandersigned invite country merchants and i after the completion of the U. S. surveys, and arc Columbia county, and ask for a final settlement this plat?. j: onIOXDAI9".b ALtop ,'d Ja4..uu
John Wooten 44Courthouse others intertd in the preservation of their book j believed to embrace some of the best in the State and allowance of the same, and of my discharge The Barge same Lodoi ka,Capl. A. II. (.csy, : and January, at antil 9 ( lty
Monday thereafter
Alex'r McDonald from [ particularly those having, for the production of corn, cotton, sugar, tobacco from the administntion of said Estate. will continue to run regularly between Polatka tice.every For ,
44 -Saml. R. Sessions 44 safes in use] to call at the depot 146 Water street, ,and tropical fruits-and others finely-adapted GREEN JOHNSON. and Silver Springs. For freight &e.; apply to I modation freight or pnswgrhaving good '
to
;,apply \ on'board.Jan.
44 John II. Patterson II New York, to see the interior of Mr..' Gibrt'. to the Turpentine and Lumber business. The Administrator.Alligator the Captain on board, or to Rosdgnol & Gray; 13-3.3-22.-tf.heC4ptais

.4Hamilton Robert McKinney 4' ,. safe with the books undisturbed, which land will be offered in half-eighths: ,.! ri.S, 18.32. 6m.' Palatka. All letters on business wuak be,post ,
kindly permitted to remain for the satisfaction. paid. ROrfalGNOL & GRAY.Palatka ,
Henry J. Stewart Jasper and gratification of the public. Ami. FOR SALE Nor., IfcSl. 20-2m. otice.
.4 "William Day 4i {3-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault In Jefferson county, on Monday, 12th TilE Subscriber win take five or six
44 \\T m. J. J. Ucncan 4< Doors, promptly and faithfully April, 1S32, about 26,640 Two Story Dwelling House, Hi Rooms shall be '
44 .Jeremiah 13. Smith 4' STEARNS eeut Madison, Monday, 19th 65, 60 _." A just completed, conveniently Notice. Iris Table shall'DC inferior lo nor.e for the
:Rich & Co. Hamilton, Monday 26th 2,440 "srw arranged for a large family with all MONTHS after date I will present the ac-J,faad every attentfon paid to the ,
Eastern Circuit. 146 Water street and SUCcr corner t and St. Columbia, Monday,3d May 3,120 i HI 1111 necessary out buildings, in a pleas- SIX of vouchers William. Scott deceased health of bis patrons.' G IL .\

Columbia:; Geo. Herbert &lUgaora PJace: New'1 ork; A\euoA Aladiwi Wednesday 5th Alay, 9,520 tint part of the Town of Jacksonville. Attachedto Administrator of the Estate of ,IHckman Jacksonville Nov. JS'I. f.! .
,S Scarborough 4. Mark of the exclusive right Rich's Patentfur Lity, Monday, 10th May, 20.480 the premises is a vegetable gardenand a Well King deeease l to the Hcu. Jnjge ot Trobatcs: of -- -

.A.J.T. Wright 4' the whole of the United o, and the only Marion, Monday, 7t'ha..f, 63,840 of excellent water. Titles undisputable. Alachna county,and to discharged from further THE BRITISH PERIODICALS

4' Lawrence K. MicklerDoval makers of Salamander safes combining: both Hcrnando (Benton,) Monday. ALSO, administration of Mid estats. 4VD
patents
called or 24th May 43,640 A likely negro woman of good character, W. W. SCOTT,AlImr of the THE'FARJ1ER'S GUIDE I
.Iiaehu& A. M. Carton Newnansville commonly young
I' Sfclanander Safes, ltcu'slafes WU.DEJ'S. HObboro,Saturday,29th May, 4,800TERMS. cook, washer, and ironer. Estate of Win. Scott, deceased.By I 4 f'i14I 5i
.4' Saml Russell a good
.-Cne-fonrth cash; the other three- SMITH & O'BKIEN, his.\tty'p. S
Chas L. Wi.wnIe Feb.6,1852.3m.Netting fourths payable in three equal annual instal ALSO, Newaansville, Sept.'Sls, l. H-Cra. Lcot.ard Scott & C
Felix Livingston Jacksonville ments, with interest in advance. Or, if any purchaser A valuable plantation in Columbia county, FU. I No. 54 Gold Street, New York,

M Isidore V. Garnie Machine made.) prefer it, five per cent. will be deducted containing four hundred and forty-eight acres first Notice. I tf1 1ONTINUE to publish the four leading
.4 II. Smith .4' instalments the of rate cotton lands together with the valuable improvements U ish Reviews and.B1aek
Geo. from the credit upon payment Quarterly
crtf&lity in the perfection of the -'i L"'r MONTHS afterdate I sha\l\
., Uriah Bowden )l ndArins. OF knots superior[being the netting or fishermans the whole purchase'money at the time of sale. thereon. touchers the Administrator prcsonl my cc-i of t tEstate Magazine; in addition to which they have'
counts and fts
DAVID S. WAITER, ALSO, I ly commenced the publication of a valuable
--- knot of the meshes will be
,] and regularity kept be ofJohn G. Ziriax .decease late of !
Register of Public Lands for the State of Fla. The following lands in Marion county. Fla., to | cultural work, cnllodthe
44 C. C. Dcssent Woodstock HOIS : constantly on hand ready to be furnished to order, Monroe CQBBV-, to the lion Judge of Probate of'Monroe'coacty i
C4 A. j. Braddock* I and will be sold lower, than it can be netted by Tallahassee, December 16, 1851. wit: One Plantation containing six hundred and and shall: at name time apply} to j -Fai nier's Guide to Scientific end

hand. The subscriber will give the Strictest attention jan l-3m_- forty acres, well improved-one containing five 531: Court for a discharge from said Administration -;I .Jgrietdl John's Gad Humphreys Sl.Augurtine" that the work will be done in the best hundred and fifty-six acres with improvements, of sail esrato. I j Py HEVKT STEPHEN!, F. R. S.; bf ;
a' Tallow Grease and Ohio
Peter B. Dumas Oil
Twine Leads &e. and one other containing one .hundred and fifty- author of the "Bonk "
Also )
.4 B. manner. Corks Applyto reasonabl and All persons interested are '7esirc.l to take not t nf tit Farm, fcc, &
Raphael Canorarutnaa JOHN McMULLEJf. Mineral Paint nine ocresrweH improved,-price tire. XICUOI.tIITHAdmr.. n-ited by John P. Norton, M. A., 2vew

IL R, Blanchard PalatkaStanislaus 71 South St., Bowlys wharf, Baltimore, or to BOO barrels Machinery Oil price 73 cents terms accommodating. Key West, Nov. 13, 1851. 6m. Professor of Scientific ik-dltiiro in 1- a.
a Glinski \. E.Hooper, 74J same wharf. per gallon. Apply by letter imtpaid, or in person to, ___. lege &C.C.. 4!
.4 Robert T. Beyd Jan. 29. l!J2. St. 2,500 gallons same, 75 cents, in casks of various :. :PENCE{ Notice. I This highly'vflaiWctrork will / Ca CS

Orings WQliam Campbell Enterprise '. sizes. Jacksonville, .ine 19, 185!. Iawtf. i large royal octavo volumes ctratamlnjj (
200 barrels boiled Paint Oil 53 etc gal. QIXIOXTIIS after date, the undersigned adJ with
4' llenry A. Crane Mellonville per pities, 13 or 20 splendid steel "
X. S. DARGAN For the A Uctet. ministraWr of the Estate of Thoin-u Jo ic.dcceascdr .-,
*' 5,000 gallons do do do do aiul more than Got) cngravirgs on wood,
Elija.hVatBOn DENTIST, in casks of various sizes. SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes late of Alochoa county State of Florida highest style of the art, illustrating almost
Mirfoa John M. Mcintosh Ocala 330 barrels Tanners' Oil,various kinds and COUGH A hthmatic and Consmaptic Hepatic will cxhiBit his account and vouchers before I implement of husbandry nov in use l>y r #
;
a. Robert Bullock {or OOIXMBIA S urn t.dI.OLIw.l,) qualities from 35 to 60 cents pir gaL Pills, derangements of the Liver, Spleen tie Honorable Judge of Probate for said county fanaer the wt nj;'tlio
S. E. Hdvenrten FlcaimingtonJ INFORMS his friends and acpnaintances of J.,500 gallons, in casks of various sizes, Various &c. Tonic Pills and Bitters,for the Dyspeptic; and frayfdr a final settlement ducuargo from I liarvc-tj-.jr, &.*., See the various t<. t
a -ssc M. WUlis Ocala he will make professional visit kinds and qualities,fr m 35 to 50 ; Pills,Ointments, and Tinctures, for the thesaid'estate. i' anL-aali in their highest perfection ; in '

Southern CiratK to the State about the 25th of January, and will ceute ft gallon. relief Antalzic of Utarine Rheumatic and gouty Wm. II. WARDAdinr. I Pirttrial fcatinc of the book u hufqnc,
Nephntic .
remain one month Will visit Jacksonville, 50 tons tallow grease, for heavy bearings, Panitetme Pills, and Mixtures for arreSt- _. DiJ.C.llATELYhilAUJ. 1: render it of i. catculable1Lllle to the IIt I
tnn.\Iortl' Simon Turman *Tampa Ocala and the adjoining counties. Such as may and coarse machinery, in barrels or lug pains speedily; (rito, tuto jecunde) nencoas and Oct. &: 6u agriculture. '

Martin Cunningham desire his services can obtain them by notifyinghim casks, of any consistency required. other discharge's from the urinary organs; Styptic I The nvrk Lt bcng: published in & f4
I' Benj. J. Hagler by letter to Ocala or meet him at that point Price 6 cents per pound.. for uterine and other Haemorrhages; Antihydroical Notice. Nutnt rs of 64 pages each exclusively

Elias G.Rnigat spring Hill or any other designated, of praltible access. 130 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrels, at Ointments, Powders and Potions for reducing PERSONS having any demand against ted cngravlcga and is sold at 25 JconU,
.4 Malcwib C. Peterson Jan.-, 185l.-fi. the lowest market prke. dropsical swellings; Cardiacal Pills, for ALL estate of William Vinzant, late of Columbia -t for tile entire work in number, -of which i .

4. Xathan1t..M '-' Machinery Od, warranted not to chill iJt e diseases of the heart and purification of the Wood; county deceased are hereby requested to will beat least twentytwo.The .

a Ezekiel L. Selph Sky-Light Daguerreotypes. coldest weather, and considered by those using it Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the cdnstftntion present them duly authenticated within the time British Periodicals rt-pabluhed ,. I
West equal to sperm oil. AntidysenUrfe Pills 'ftrdysentery'.and prescribed by !law or they will bo barred,and all ful1w.i. flZ: -
MonroeJacksonville- Benjamin James M.Sawyer Bra 1rcll Key" TIE stat the Dagucrrean Pavilion in Jack TBoiled Paint Oil, equal to Linseed Oil, other. diarrhoea; ; Magic tinctures and _broClliiiu1s..for persdns indebted to said estate are 'requested to The London Quarterly Review,(CoD )

. 44 will be limited; therefore;persons in than for white. the speedy relief of nervous affections, especially make immediate payment to the undesigned.JAM The Edl,urs R."iet1Iig,) 'Jhe'
a Robt.Clarke want of superior DAGUERREOTYPE LKE- I am constantly receiving large supplies of the those bf females; DisinIectaxt nd,17opJiylectie OU: ZANl Adm liiitkh Iftvkw, (Fre Cbnreb.) The !

John Boyle NESSES are requested beautiful to collection call soon,or of Gold they will Lock-be above named articles, and my motto is, .0 bmaU ., Wishes, (the former secure against infection and Alligator. Nov. 13. fiiftK 3m. ; liter Kevierr, (Liberal,) and. lUackwocxl's

disappointed. profits and quick retains." __ chemical process any burgh M.i';uzine, (Tory.)
neutralizes by a
the latter
And ex officio Tax Assessor and Collector.llcnuutdo _Pin5_ for sale also Uh
ets.-Breast .and Bracelets t [a- is. 1'l'U.L"I!', vicus with which one may chance to I; I lthoagU these works are distinguishcdb in

.- -- fine assortment of Fancy Cases. Pavillionop n 56 Water st., (under the l'earl st. House,) contagious in.contact )Colic Syrups,children; Dis- political shades above icatcj,yet but ,a
Male Institute. m pleasant dayi on the lot adjoining the. 'house Jan. 1. 1852. New York. come cnticnts for swellings; pimple?, freckles, &c.; SEX MONTflS after date I.will prc eit my ac portion of their contents i* demoted 4;
formerly occupied by Mrs. U. for itch as tie Administrator on the Estate of lubjects.. 1t.s. their litrmry ch Actcr I.5 I-
REV. SrV.4RT..A. M-, Principal. J AS. HATHAWAY, Salve, for-sores; Unguents Dentiefices scaldneadj and Joshua Hogans, deceased l, to tim Hoi. Judge of gh-e8 them their chief value anti in that f1"

Rate of Tuition i Jax.22.3t. News copy.. Dagnerreotypist.Notice E.L. HARBISON. &CO.ON Collntories burns,Su.;Collyria for the teeth,for sore and eyes gums; and various. Probate for Columbia county, and
Orthography, Reading, Defining Arithmetic, BAY STREET, FRONTiNG LED- other remedies, are manufactured to order, .onchemical settlement and allowance of the Mme, and of my their:' JXalklronTi .:ill under the\
adTenmanship, per quarter of eleven WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. and pathological principles unlversall" discharge from the a4Jn' litra&bn lr Q eltata.B ;uiuancc of Chrietoj,her JS orlh, mainlauu it
.- TlltR HOGA. dent celebrity,and w, at this! time UftU81
$400
wteka JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. hr the rcn1on, end generally kept
: CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH INSTI- recognized p .:. :. ..Administrator.Alligator trncQrc from tUrvcrial works Unlwer
Geography, Grammar History, Compo- __J OOI' the Brick Omoe of D.K. B KEH. '. I ,
at
iSon, Elocution, nd Book Keeping,do 500 THE willDpen on Monday 19th fn. in mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform on opposite hand the Court House. ,Oct.2, 186! '7 :ff Cm. cr literary nbtAbltrittc for.that JJ.

Higher branches of an English, Mathematical the new Building recently erected by Col. J.D. their friends acquaintances that they PRICE perbttle. phial,box,&e.,with 'directions and first appearing in its Cmuranj Jwth in
and Scientific course do 600 Hart Jacksonville i Fla. The' Subscriber hu al- have established themselves in the mercantile for their use, 1,00 Notice. Britain a; din the(,ite t-taJeS, Such )

TW Aneient Languages, do 1000 so procured the services of Madam Des JZocUes, business in this place, and are now receiving and' PRESCRIPTIONS, in extcnso, with medlcinC STITHIN terms of the Statute, In deb cases The Castons"and "My New Nove, (iolihvcr.

Q9-Th cxereUci of the above Institution will in the Female Department and feels peat confidence opening at the stand above named,.a fall -assortment 5,00 in hand,and from $5 to $100, according T T made and provided, 1 will aryly Id the .) My lVninsuUrlctlal1rThe
ft0om eae Feb. 9,1852. that her instructions in the.various branch consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, to contract and the nature of the ease,'when lion. Jndge of the Circni Court for the Eastern 'Hand?JUuI other wrials of whjch! ,. }i

Feb. ... es of education including Music will exercise a Groceries, Hardware,Boots Shoes, Hats, Caps, the curds completed; or,in incnrable cases,when Circuit of Florida fur have to sell the land bIonrlJl..to editions nrc.iacd by the kmling: blillh (i i
highly aatisfaetory influence. _npon the popi" nnder -. Bonnets &c. &c, with every variety of goods the relief-promised is afforded. Special contracts tho Estate of William Scott,lato of thu country have to be reprinted ti1 t64s )
f
7 her charre. N F. BROWN; .- lisbers front Uie }*gt* ofnlubOOd trfI! ,(
.SELLING OFF usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. Which made in chronic Cases;when desired Columbia county,deceased-. 0 ...
Winter Stock at Reduced Prices Jacksonville. Jan.22. lS52.-3t. Principal they offer for sale as cheap as they''can'be Order from a distance.with money enclosed, W.W.SCOTT, Admr. beta iuunUGf-aat9n 4-Ie'aziue c"; pu i F
scribcrth
FOR CASH ,ONLY. purchased at any establishment' in the Southern will meet with prompt attention. By SMITH & O'BRIEN, BcptiafthaI
GEORGE H. SnTH'k'.CO. country; their entire stock having been selected Jacksonville,,Dec l2, 1851. .tfWanted. His Attorney way' :.tl! utikrt.iidhg' Of' !|
by one of the firm with much care and attention Alligator,Sept.6,1331.-ll,f. ,fuel- 1XQjtiai ;::1 ,-

G.W.BartOn, AUCTIONEER1NGAND COMMISSION and with a view particularly to this market,they '. .aum..
r:1' .
rerpectfuDy inform the CItuens of .MERCHANTS, flatter themselves that they will be enabled\ to Notice. F : .(... ,.
WOULD and the tieinHy that ke kMW I l JACKSONVILLE, ILL give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them SITUATION as Teachers by tie.under I Fo j 1i1: .v1 ,.
3.1eubf tho Female
Mllinc off his present stock of F&Jl ADd Win. with their patronage, both as to: the prices, ;and A. signed and Lady-both whom are the Geor.advantage TlIF.2Jqul1rterortho on the Monday For Forauttbs1tvii.,.drrftI{r"tP' .
f at exceedingly low prioe to make SUBSCRIBERS entered Into cr of their good eians by birth and education.! They have ,
.
GOods quality
tar DrY TIE : experience in the bu! nM* in January hI5: Ternw for admission, the. 8aU1UuhavebeeDpreriotu'lyad"erWed. FurJiiskii.Mulne.. .
. :I'MI&lor. fresh supply of Spring and Summer for the puepose of carrying; on The Subscribers will be eonstanUl"reeeivin of two ydM |' -
to Review
ability For BUckwood and three
sEetory _
as ,
.Geodr bid present block eonsisUlB part of the above business-and are'prepared to:make inch additions to their Stoek 'as the stAt of and eauglve a reference ia > 3w. '
four Reviews
*
A'1'omale"'Aeadem1' som 'Dee:2.3.1SGI; For Blackwobd and the ,
r English and French Merinno. Cashmere De-; ales either en consignment or at AI14 OU;'(One of the market may require and having made 'arrangements mmlifteatioir ate :ifTorldawoold;1* preferred, < : -' Forlarmer'aGuide (eomplct.lnV.iesJ ,
JA.b Alpaecai White It Col'd FlanneU CottMHanaelaTFarnitare the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of the ,firm in Newark,orders can be supplied t.l1ririDg'ri1 f dulitake :
l thep MWSJ5i>' Goddln Webb be madeia all eases la
be Payments
notice.Hides cannot bad ,. .
Cambria. dti- mUflhi. ,
. Calico,Col'd are weD ac anted with the merchant and at the shortest possible -
.
CLU Illiv.
. gaper French Blk Cloth, Fancy Caasimeref seDl of the interior,which gives them the advantage ( ,Tallow,'Beeswax,and Buck", Harps,'wfllb charge of a male school. -.nvme., jTYaar a. CONTRACTORS !'BVU.DCRS.. *A 'dlscottnt tt lW'-mat-1rora
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of making ready sales of any goode or 'inerchandisewblch received In exchange for goods. ". eundentgnedjUGi' \V.SLAC. 'JACJiSWffIUEFLA.W : above price 'will be allowed to <3ab nl
8cSSjtSknTnetelRibbon.. Sdk'La- be cent to them on1:consign'ment. ,Friend and customer are respeetfullysdllotledto '. .
eke_ B mal : -eal1 And examine this.tbek before pox chuiu'e1aewheN. .' dcticisi.: ; : : .. : U"r-eJ! rPTTTjj: ; ,respectfully inform thiiI1ow- ;hair or morojewiei of'anyon4.of.>
: Thus -I eopiw
woru. :
'
'ElL HARn.IMON. {Vixens of Jac&Mnvflle and the surrounn aove ;
gbawls and do. They will give their attention to makiag good .' sent to Wit
b
; SWft Contne. inform ihe pi&k execute"wortin one or UIJiew wIll fIlM
J. P.SANDERSON, desires to, that they prepared to
,
& country
Embroidered and immediate They) would respectfully solicit I eopieWf the fourlleviewi and BUA j|
: Ma! tf.' M'MiVOSGE' that tea .dissolved:JitficonnectMta all the rariom bran bcionheil' witfi: ''SS; 4
*m* patronage from merchants and tradesmen of ,September, l831 r she profcssia> fut na,soon. ,
! Jt ALSO, other cities who wiijt to Bell goeds in onrntarket. with the Jiul1iDgtonlIol1S4J.r.IrY,is now nt1jiarrangemePtbinh ; _"JaQd ttcspatch,and art '4ftenatn' pt .bote ct.i mast.
Will An-.Dr.d
ia their line will be -attended Notice. : she hopes IO through experience*nd busJBesf habits,not to Usurpawed Ir. !
Merino badneu
t Shoes, In4i&1nbber.Shoe&; ,Any Proll1 l, of ee p&iihers, nine*liaooan& .
.
the a.ouubnderCbgOd
the
B '. after win to the enable her to Lonounco fpeDI" by any eitabluhraent in ceuotry.
bt/WEEK apply
Cotton do do, Umbrellas, Car- .to. date we AJD< r csit.b.ilZ.w d to4ge.ts. i
. silk For Ihgetherwlth: a GE\.c.GE ILMITL1, S" Jndffe-'of Probate' for Columbia county f for r, tWf..aeCtQ.mo< 8-U- ->' *SASlI3L1NDS, DtJQRg;: -! I Money.current the.aubcs_ $

.J Fac soodz.. i4' JOILV.. l'lUCE.., JetteI of jadminiBtrstion'de bonis non on u>4 es- Boar,01.'f.rtr..} '. I& : r ..n.juxJlf tfeed .Fernandevt ,BLJLeeCo. talooternasdo'J. Lowe deeeue4. -- V wBl facet their strict attention ."Term aa4 "L- .
Feb1 a ,. ::- Jt"'J :'jan .PftINTINGq :}. .t ) asaocom- -
}. ,R Boulter &PO-A 8azoisel WiIIRm *ISOpk ( .r', l: ,ELIZABETH TAYWE.) : f_ < -_ Ir7_ r.$1t *tnoda1\ti Mf poss5he| ,4nd aH order will be.punctaafly k.a.1".11 jid4r(1, aSJd er mib4
.. '.. TU..O : Boqra,' JacksoniflleJoiton "thinby,LAISeaborn L' :, '.1I ;JOaN J.L AYWR4: ,J' : .N J.r..J,7.t.IiX-Jc.PT,B .tA7t atteoded'to;!-Aeuaroof-thcpaUic.. patronage ?lburs. Ll 01'iA.tW M

SOUTIIEaNWIIARF J4'&loor' "C. GoodallSavaiip .' :1I.wJU.ijL TW' ,.M TbelrAttOrnC.IVESi' !Tiiis OFFICE: t\rt$ la rc pectfulty ftlldtej.'- ..dec A->.. 79 ?ultxtst. t.,sitrsnc'ou:

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-I- ---M-- eEce..n I tab pleasure i recommending i &a most : jPERQDICA4ulf.
IetterPestage"fcetwein '
Rates of : I
THE PL-OIUDA REPUBLICAN BOSTON & GUNBY. the- Vnlted Stte.and to and from "POhISI1TSj1ID1AILXItUSTTIlE : m dcle. : '' ?
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IS PUBLISHED EVE1tr: rnuuDA- T.AT COTTON FACTORS ,'Canaa,tl a4 the. 3t June MOST CERTAIN SAE' 'To D. E. Pol1U. T: ; J/lD4JoI''t'

. JackjonTlll. Dura County E.F.,by AND letter In or .paperof REMEDY FOR THE .ND" JacksOiv1fleNbi.I2i8L.Mr. 1LeOusRt&o ,:: ,, -.t.

COLUMBUS ;D11EW.TEWS. QBinBRAIi COMMISSION JIEncil 1rTs. For evclai'gl which maupt shall beasked .'' Poinsett-Dear Sir i .1 take pleasure in Ab.54 Gold Stmt-Nft' ;Y&r A I. _

Corner Bay and Jefferson Streets,' ny .k comunicatd in writing,or by mk bHRONIC expressing to you my approbation of your Indian CONTINUE to publish the few:
.-Three Dollars per aimum, payable rates mentioned Loxicnst family medicine. I haT used it. < ) Reviews and
or slgnsient by AND A I Btaet. .
SAVANNAIIGA.JOliN ma In
pon ordering the Paper. table shall be ; and for every additionalhalf with good success. Yours respectfully Magazine; additlont&whicbth,1ra ,

,Subscriptions; if not pail berorc.the pirallon BOSTON. ,JOHN ill.'GVNBT. -ounce'or 'fraction of anounce above the DYSENTERYWhicb I f 1. SWART.Jakllonn'e..T.17.18'. 1y commenced ca11ed publication, of4cnlturalwork a.ll1&bla.
.e
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of the year, are charged $.. October 80,1851. tf. weigh be charged.in this table,a.dditonalnglo_ his ever been presented d to tbe public.It '."Farmer Guide to Scientific and-,Pratt i ..-
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ftt the following rte t and needs Mr. F will inform yen that for < ltll
Advertisements will be Inserted stands its own merits, no ittTis I' '
E. M MOORE & CO. upon much at greuure," A4
several suffered .; :
rates: One Dollar per square .(oftwelve lines)forth GENERAL .11: paffing. SSTlT HAS'NO TAILED '$ CITMFN times from Chronic Daha.1.h.
first, and Seventy-Five Cents for every BnoscH r A SINGLE IN8TANCX.TVIIS .- Lect. a enti relief,' author of the "Book of the Fart,'" b;ae.:.
1d sisted John
1 P.
liberal COmmISSION HEROHANTS AND to doubt its by Norton Af. A., 'litW"
Is H
uent insertion. To yeariy Advertisers a o u8 Valuable preparation eomponnded r beingprnt Profei vr of Scientific Tell,

:-discount will be made. All transient Advertiseonentf FA2OJS, --l.I Q i S i 'JL. from several medicinal roots growing in the', Belie i le.a duty this which certifioate- which Ieze&c.&e.' Agrfcnltw-'ht''y-ale Co_
you
and
Wildaof Florida. It is PURELY WHOLLY yon
(except bypersons having a running account (Sm tts' new Warehouse) J 8 .8 Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure fd.1.as 'you think proper. I will also say, "his hiUyTaluaWe work 'wffl'comprise twcp

with the office) must be paid for previous to publi- 219 Bay-Street -Savannali, Ga, = ".0o of the'above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor that conversing with many who,have used your large royal with octavo volumes, containing over 1.Lii
I have not who did not pages, i 18 or 20 splendid
G 8 o is fully'couvinced is an.IovaluableMedicine. medicine, fqund one re- steel ragnvfan.
I .
cation. tht
and than
N. it!. HABKIS. Z In he has given it ceivereJe. more 600 engravings; on wood,. iniaej
E. M. tb
MOORE fac
tbeir remittances highest style of the
Persons at a distance can govern in the he and the astOn JOHN C. LET, iU1Y\ratmg almost enr1

for advertising,by the following rates Oct. 23, 1851._tf. I WHE Pnarain. Cts.'Cts. Cts. ( tw with which. it has met,warrants Pastor Methodist Church Jacksonville. I Tanners implement the. of best husbandry now 111 an 1 th best

One square (twelve lines) published 3 6 10 15 the determination tope
to
lo 00 single rates. . lie has therefore come domestic
for $ PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE, MID-i! Overlos.andnotoverloz. 6 12 2 S within the reach alL/knowing how ma Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir Three parts ef a highest perfection. ; in short.the

V ,Two squares, for six months li 00 WIFERY AND SURGERY. Over 1'oz. and not over Ik 01. 9 18 S 4: i with.this very unpleasant and often dangerous Bottle of yonr most valuable medicine called Indian Pictorial feature o? the book is unique; M4 win
10 00( 2 01. 12 24 particularly Southern and Loxecust has entirely relieved me of a severe render it of incalculable. value to the student ef
Legal and other Business Cards per an. Over 11 01. and not oC 4 6 Deue. .
Office on Ine corner of Market and tForsiflh and not werS&os. 15 attack of Diarrhoea. I cheerfully recommend agriculture. -
Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 00 Streets the Court House. Over2 01. 3 5 In purchasing my 'Indan toxeeust" be your medicine to those similarly ac'ted. I .T'1h'*,rk is being 'pnblirficd in Srai-monttry
opposite
_
Application for letters administration, 5 00 Single WHEN rate U'fP1.,as .. .. 5 10 '10 ., particular and look fer my signature on With respect your ., Numbers Steel of 64 pages each-.exclnzively ft Jk*
dismissal Administrator JACKSONVILLE, FLA. abov labeL THAD. C. ANDREWS. engravings and is sold at 25
as
Notice of Application for 1 10 SO the I cents. or lot
'_ $10 00 jet. 16, If. Over Over &1 o*.and and not not.over over os. 15 2 .2 45 I refer tho public below to a few certificates selected I for the ,entire work bt numbers, ot which t.r,
oz. os 3 S will be at least -
I received from twenty-two. :
Announcement candidates for office 5 00( Ovcrlioz. and not os. 2 4 4 6 from among many resct AMERICAN AND FOREIGN I The British Pc odicala'repubjIhe *
N. H. CORWIN k O.'S ORCHARD.IkliddlctowiiOrange Over 2 oz. and not over 2j 01. 2 5 l ble citizens of Jacksonville.EGBERT :aral.
7o announcement will be made unless the same POINSETT. AGENOY follows VII: < H

with the amount charged I county, 'oTE.-From and after the30th June 1851, the > this '': CITY W The London Quarterly RerielrConseryatfi,)
without valuable
rti be accompanied the rates inland letters f S. Planters should not be 0. AWNGTO. I The Edinburg Review
of ,
\ York. mode computing .upen (WhIgTb.North
Editorial notices for private benefit will be New the United Medicine. family -ought keep iton TTTNDERlfee ffirecH n< f AARON IIAIGHT I .
t British
Review
;ti -i. e. letters from one office Wit .et i (Free Church,) The Wcitnda
1 '.barged double the rate of adrertistng.r I Fruits, Frnlt and Oninmenfnl TREKS, States or Territories to also upon hand.A. tJ ,PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON ster Review (Liberal,) and Blackwood's'Edln,

- and Marriage notices will Plants Shrubbery. ,fec. Ac., furnished to' letters between the United States and the British 11. REED, principal Agent for Jackson-, GARRETTSON SNETHENofNew I hnrtrh--- MatF.rino: ITrm.\ .*,. J>
,Obituary a'I
Religions I Order.i _V'.vtli__on_ _American___nn__ nrnvincea- u -13 to be as follOWS toif ville. Orleans, Attorneys 'and Counsellors of Ufa Supreme Although these works are distiogahheii by ta<
%>e puVrikhod gratis.Communications. wit: Single rate not exceeding half an ounce ; Court of the United States. political shades above indicated bat snail
i November'13, 1851. Jawtf. but not JACKSONVILLE,E. F.,August 15th, 2851. This establishment Tormed Tor the yet a
innst. be post paid.J. I double rate,-if exceeding half an ouce. i following portion.of their contents is devoted to political
---- -- ---- : -. exceeding an ounce; treble rate exceeding a Dear Sir: This will inform you that one btte' objets subjects. It is their literary character wbicfc
JAMES m.! BAKER and a half of medicine,'called INDIAN practicing law in the Supreme Court of
; P. Sanderson ounce but not exceeding an ounce ; your gives them their chief value an v and go on ea.rin a rate for every permanently cured two of. my negroes of a severe the United St's. and conducting professional stand confessedly far above sii other'Joaroals'of
i VrrORXF.T AND COC -SF.t.1.or. AT uHA \, Ii ATTOaNEV AT LAW, additional fraction of hal ounce. attack of Dysentery. I consider.it. an excellent business their class. Blaekwood,still wader the .masterly

y( removed hi oflutXiw C-M\. Alligator, Columbia Co., East, Florida. Too mode of OU computing ras letters to medicine for this complaint, and take'gt pleasure 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims guidance Christopher North*maintains iU ancient -

p County to JockwariUe, Unval County, -- ------.- --- Grea Britan. and to all foreign -countries, in recommending it t the public.ltespectfully in law or eUty. against the United States before celebrity and ia,*t this time unusually attraetive -
: American provinces the executive Departments, or from these 4 works of Bnlwer
and ether
m.! Whit Smith & H. O'Brien ected. -
al1iat lie will continue ,
infonns bis frici FERNANDEZ. foreign Governments before Boards of
'Tcspectfully will remain as at present,under the S. D. against literary notables, written,lor that Magazine,
.. the practice of his prefe!* n, a< funnerly.lla ATTORNEYS AT LAW, March 1849, and agreeably". instructions appended To Mr.E. Poinsett. Commissioners. and first appearing in its columns Votb. in Great

i,'. will attend at each and every Term of JMKgator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M to the table of foreign postages. JACKSONVILLE, May 6th, 1851. State. 3. For Treasury the settlement, War, NaY.of accounts Post Office with, andInteror the Britain"The Caxtons"and in the and United"My States.New Novel Such" works

CwiinSrs of boOitry .
.be Circuit Court in the owcr-d. DRECTIONS.Iso This is to certify it is with much pleasure that I: ,' the remis Peninsular
: Wmx SMITH, 1 M. O RIEV, Bulwer,) "My McdaV .The jDreea
:: the Eastern Indicia Circuit the County of Office at Alligator. | Office at Ncwnanaville.S Every or parcel, exceeding half announce to the Pcblie that I have been effectually -: fines,pnatie and forfeitures,for alleged land[ ," and other serials, of which nnmerenscfeal
*
f';: Sitm-axm! ?n the Middle Cinuit the A'rewe -'--- ----- an in weight shall be deemed a single letter cur ef the' 'distressing complaint c1. TolaoD. < revnae,pst office, or other editions are issued by the leading 'publTahew'la

t Court at M. W. : ur rate. enter the highly recommended this country, have to be reprinted by thoaeub-
the F. S BAKER ,
Court at Tallihassce, and 2d. All drop1eteJ1l. or letters placed in any Poinsett. I J,0Ite4'0 man, thngs. 4. For securing letters patent far inventions ushers from the pages Blaekwood, after it hat
Augustine. All business entrusted to biz care ATTORNEY AT LAW.JACKSONVILLR post offiffe, but for deliveryonlyshall but of no avail; I 1'' try very from the United states or from foreign Govern been iuusd by Alestn. Scott tf Co., so that SBb-

: will receive prompt attention. EAST FLORIDA. be charged with postage a the rate of palatable and pleasant Mediine.'and to my great ments and procuring land warrants and pensions scribers to the Reprint of that Magazine may always
Ie Jacksonville one cent each. satisfaction & cred wihin.a few under the various pension laws of the Unit rely on having thecarfe'egr of these
J. P. &i\DtRv>N, reading
I ,. Address- Reference, 1 1i 31. Each deputy postmaster, whose eompD days and not been troubled liDce wth that Stats. fascinating tales. '-.' '.'

Ducal Countv, Ftoint i lion. W. B. FLEMI.\G Savannah Georgia. for the last preceding fiscal year( 10 much dreaded disease. conetiDII generally, embracing debt TERMS-per annum.
Jacksonville J.m. 17. .. tf 30th June) lil not exceed t.may send through I am happy to say other immediate cures have legacies, inhertanos ia the United For any one*f the four Reviews $3 00
March 20.1851. tf hejuail: all letters {, and reeive come under my own observation within a few and foreign countrel. i For any two '410 500

j-Gen. Jnmi- A. Fedrn can at all times .tub the mail all written communications days. 1 cheerfully add my mite to the alreadygreat 6.'For the and sale of 1d i u f For any threedo -T-00
OSSIAN B. HART ,on hu private butinest,which of with to I the States Territories of the ,
be found at the office of Col. I. P. SA\DECSOX for amount testimony regard your For all fonr of the R evicws 4 CO
ATTORNEY AT LAW fchall net exceed in weight one half ounje, free of'1 Valuable Medicine. 1 am, reapecfolly &o., jug moneys on mortgage of real estate lying For Blackwood's Magazine 3 0V
tte of professional service and wiU them frank I MVlIEARN .
performance postage. This does not authorize to Jr.Jo therein. For Blackwood and three Reviews, f'jffOC
\, alsoattesdto the bus;It'** of the latter gentleman -, KEY WEST FLA., any letters unless written by themselves and on E. Poinsett,Esq. 7. For investment funds in United States For Blackwood and the foar Reviews, 16 aForFarmer's

during the ccaioas of his absence. Practices in the United' States and State Courts their private business only; nor does i authorize and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends Guide [complete in 22 No&] 3 99
JACKSONVILLE 21 1851.
: oft lie 6'outhern District of Florida. them to receive free of postage any thing but May thereon and, generally for the transactionof Payments to be made in all cases in advance.
): Dec. 23,1851. July 10-tf written communications addresc to themselves, Dar Sir: I consider it to be a matter of duly all business pertaining t a law, loan, and CLUBBING. :. .

and vu their private buiess. t you that I had been laboring under a banking agency. A discount of tirtnty-ftt per cent from 'the

;}; ". McQueen mcIntosh JOH N C HA TEL Y- very violent attack of Diarrhoea,which baffled the All communications addl. postpaid, to above prices will be allowed to Hubs ordering
W Newspaper Rates, quarterwen tent from skill of two and rendered me unable Messrs. Palmer & and Foreign
ATTOUNKY A T LA yer Pysoias. Americ four or more copies of any one or more,of the
; the Circuit Cwm-leiB the Eastern ATTOR EY AT L.AW. the affire of publctwl. to actual and bona Jidt to do any forunately. when about to Agency city of Washington will ,receive above works. Thus: 4 copies of Blaekwood or

: ;. Wirw.ttcnd OFFICE NEWNANSVILLE, ,ubvrbcs: give up all hope of eer relief I heardof prompt and faithful atttion. one of the Review will be sent to cut cuft/rmTor
7 Cbent; the United State* District Ceurt*t St., From after the 30th of June 1851, for each you"INDIAN LOXECUST and the use SNETHEN, *9 ; 4 copies of the four Reviews and Blaekwood

,:" Ang Sae; the ,rcme Omit at Taflafeassee ; EAST FLORIDA. newspaper not exceeding three ounces u weight, of five ttles b entirely restored me to health. Office No.& Carroll Place, Capitolli. fl.r !j3t) ; and to ou. .

f. and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of sept. 11, tf. tlieauue ed rates-quarterare' t 1 paid Quarterly 1 take much pleasure to recommend your Medicineto Ja'yS. lwt. Jjr:r Orders from C/K//S must bo sent direct to

at in advance. These rates where a those whe nay b simiarlyaetd. the pubh'Jicrs, 01 no discount from then price
r the Government Washington,
Florida against United States Mutual Insurance the paper is sent from the office of publication to Yours &e., NIAIN DAVI. Bounty Land and General Agency can be allowed to Agents. f. I
,
f ither before Congress or at the Departments. Company actual andJwWjfr/e subscribers. To E Poinsett, Esq. Money, current in the States where issued will

Jacksonville East Florida. Washington, D. C. be received at .. _
i#JXDDHESS, WEST NEW YORK. = JACYVE.June 27, 1851. par.
1\1&1' 2. IsJO tf POTTSDAM Dear Sir: I a entirely of ay eem- JOSEPH T. WALKER will give prompt ,(ccr.Remittancea and communiCl tons should
> 3.A attention the be always addressed post paid or franked.to the
thanks te for "INDIAN
you your t HOU.1"
; James W. Bryant KIN SLEY B. GIBBS, Agent, -b : -0 plAiut," it is the best I have ever used LOXE LAND CLAIMS of officers Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT&.CO .

I-. JSIAYPOKT MILLS DUVAL, CO., 1'1.\. .Q -a r diseaseand I feel happy in recommending it the in the FLORIDA WAS, or in either of the eng 79_Fulton st N. Y.. c-ntranceGold .sU, ,

ATTORNET AND CouNSELLOR-AT-iaw, 22 1851 tf "a : pnUio., Yours, truly, t WARS in which the U. States have ben engaged
May : a- War with Great Britain The'Globe.-
WH1 attend to Professional business in the Courts G GEORCJE'COULTER.To or the 1812;-to .
P H ICts.Cts.Ct.Ct.Ct.Ct.- E. Poinsett, claims on the U.States for MILITARY A Congressional Agricultural and Literary
W the Eastern Circuit of Florid.i and in theFedra.l SAM > L HOYT & Co., Eq. LOST nOPlT.&g1VCJ.SUPS.IDSI0n. .,and to Newspaper. .

Court for the Northern District of Florida. BATON ISLAND St. J oh's Beach,> any description o! requiring Agent or
I Not an fHTHE undersigned submits U the pnWIe.his
ALSO AGENT GINERAL IOMMID N MEIIII1 I Over over 50 5 mlo- _n over '2 AUgt 181. $ Attorney at waskingtoiu' Far pLnd JL proposals for the Gtosc and its reports for
his will 5.
Sir This will that
three of charge
,
Dar ; yon b|
800 miles 20 10 5 21 Wa the next session ofCongress.Conpess has nrw
Business in the State, respecting 5 3 will to the
for general were dangerously ill with tho Dysentery nature and
In The Buying And Selling Of Over not over 1000 b pprone ., so liberally patronized the undertaking.that it
3. ef the '
for about I
grants and donations of bade a.W die Ucattonpr '754530157134 or Dlrhc. six weeks. tried difficulty Will be established as a standard work worthy ef

selling EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL Over 1000,not over 2000 almost hg that generaUyroeueffiihrdeMdisease Hewillaisoact f cnte with Agents or ts official imprimatur unless the undersigned tails
,
thereoC.ALSO AGENT IMPLEMENTS AND. miles 100 60 IG6 but no effect. A friend misse,, -. Attorneys in Fora nay,'1 employed. in in his day This will not be the ease if earnest
Over2U00notoycr4000 4 2 commended me to try your Medicine eallednaeDIAN But Ijaad claims, terms whichmy effort can avaiL The GLOBE is the
MACHINERY. only paper
for the collection of Claims upon the United miles 123 75 12161Ocer LOXCST. I procured it-ande m agreed upon. Letters [which Iho b that will furnish full reports of Ac proceedings and
ALSO 4000 miles 150 5 2 15 lY of it cured all thre post paid will receive immediate debates of the two Houses of 'and.
States for Military or other services, pensions 1 9 0 7J hap June 5. !awt( Congress; v-
children valuable
Georgia and French DafT Mill Steaes; Cnsopns, -hoping your MedieinI sag received their sanction neb*he best Reporters
supplies furniihed volunteers and for horses or Colagen Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Also, every DIRECTIONS. may become generally known,so that all that may will be engaged to write out the -debatesof '

other property lost for which the United States kind of produce North and South, and CASH paid be afflicted with th disease may have a certain Notice. each day which will undergo the retWoa
1st. WttUy only when sent above
for Wool, Hides Deer Furs. papers at and safe remedy, Yours truly, Members. The work after
: ii liable.- Skins and Skipping stated are to be delivered free in tMcounty where JAMES LATLMER. TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS the passing toMtgh
East Florida. SAM'L UOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE the DAILY GLOBE and receiving conee,will
A.'dms Jacksonville. they are published; and this although conveyed To E. Esq.
Poitt. the Co
be finished in
in the mad over 50 miles. THE REVOLUTION. presented as GUSSJ01UL

: -. J. HcRobert Baker References: 2d. Newspapers containing not ever 300 square JACKSVLE. July30, 1851.. GLOBE and ApPE Dn. .
Act The debates will increase In interest
of
Mewi.; AxnERsox & Co., FCAXKLI&BBATLKY inches are t b charged one quarter the above Dear Sir: I have tried very valuable Med- BY a ret Congu. officers and sol probably <
y-U
LAW have the next session. The subject wlliel1I
one
.ATTORNEYfCOUNSELLOR.AT ) are entitled during -
cine
WEBSTER & PALME!, SWIFT DE\SU & rates. for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. Co., Savannah (ja.; WM. P. MILLER & Co., 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to ex safest cur for this dangerous disease that I have to BOUNTY LAND for service* of one monthor I engrossad the lAst,will doubtless give way to others -

New York; KrooLEs Nouns MASO- &Co., Boa- change free.f postage,one copy of each, number ever known or heard of. My little aged mete; the widows and minor children of those : of great variety, which' in this progressive
in the Courts of the Eastern dughtr.
\.L practice deceased, are The Subscriber country the conflicts of party and the ambition
ton, \ &'.; F. B. Looms EQ., New London, only ; and this privilege extends to newspapers abu years, had suffered re a enttled w
Jtt ti Circuit in the Sopreme Court at lack Ct.; H. S. McCoMBS, ESQ., Wilmington Del. published i Cana. to a1.; skeleton,and I tried part W&,of undertake, at moderte cmpnst.ion. te for place and distinction necessarily pro ee.-
Vast interests will be at stake the decisionsof
on Die and in the United States District Courtor Savannah, Angust 23th, 1831. sept. 4-tf 4th. mute taken a Bottle LOXECUST" and c1..thoa inter. npoa
newspr public offic sTrl his experience the next Congress; and there is great talent ia
or determined when dry state. it has acted like a charm, child is now improving yea.
the Northern District Florida. Havingan 5th. Postmasters are not to receive and may be seen to who do not be in such matter will enable t.afford great both branches which will be evoked in their diI-

efficient and reliable agent at Waskxmgten he JOHN A. mAYER, DRUGGIST, De free of postage entted franking I lieve. Respectfully, for LAN PEN cussion. AH the honors of the Republic,dependent -
will prosecute claims against the United States ppr thi A.V.COLVIN. SONS. and save them a of trouble on the succession to the Presidency. as well
No. 14 Broughton street Savanna1, Ga Where he obtains netiriag, no as all the great and permanent interest which
go
6th.Payment in advance does not entitle the To E. Poinsett, Esq.
before Congress and the Departments Washing- OFFERS for sale every article in his party paying any deduction from the above ep. All letters pest-paid will rceiveprompt te the advancement of the power of the country,

ton. line of business, besides- rates. t Sr. NICHOLAS, Fla., July 31,1851. attention,and the necessary forms &. will give impulse. to the action of the next Con-
.
., .Being permanently located at J Jacksonville bewrill Spirit Gas, Cas Lamps,GatBpaiae Dar Sir: This is to certify that two Bottles of inn sent. gress. *

give lie entie and unremitting attention tot Landreth's Warranted Fresh Garden Rates of Potage to be charged iipoa all traasienNewspapersandeeay you called "INDIAN LOXECUST"h& C. W. BENNETT, Att'y.Washington I The Daily Globe will be published daily daring
Seeds permanently cured two of our Negroes,of a severe D. C. the session Congress, and weekly the remainder
Ills profession, and all business entrusted to his Scgars &c. &e. ted Matter, excefi otherdescriptionof and PrA Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in October 185O. tfNotice. of the year. >It will contain full and faithful reports

care. *: At wholesale and retail. at intervals wewspaftn exceeding Peri.piat your valuable Medicie&being without recommendingyour of the proceedings both Houses of_.congress

lie will also attend to any business as N.B. Spirit manufactured and always fresh fr the office publication to actual I .n of the for this da ; and miscellaneous articles en those.general

PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER and for sale as low as can be purchased in the and bonafidf subscribers. that I have heard of or seen. Yours to the building fund of St. subjects, which it is devoted. ,,
WOTARY ALL Snbb The Weekly. Globe will contain Agricultural
Southern market, for cash or approved credit. w. 0. McINTYRE. ,who enti
I; Appointed by the Governor .r the following 1\0" 27-ly JNO. A. M. t b t To E. Poinsett, Esq. tied to shares in said Church, are a to and miscellaneous articles; and will occasionally

; :States to take Testimony, Affidavits and Acknowledgments NOTE.-For each 0" present their vouchers to Dr.A.S. requested,Treasurer give debates of such importance as command- universal -

used therein : additional ounce, or a JACNV.June 9th, 1851. of the Building Committee interest.
$ tojbo DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT fraction of an ounce 0 Dar Sir I have used your Indian Loxecnst the 15th of November and all, by and before hav The,price of the Weekly Globe reduced t.

Maine, Virginia, beyond the ten ounces A. a. a.. : in family, and have found it a very valuable tog accounts against net for persons oee dollar with a view to obtain more general

Vermont, North Caroliui, ""0. 73 YORK STREE7; in thtble., an : 8:. 8 remedy for a. I take great pleasure i: la&Mir,&o.,will also ld them maria circulation. '"
Massachusetts South Carolina, rte will as a recommending it to the public.Respectfully present. S. & speci The Congressional Globe will embody,AS it has
(UEAIl OF TIm COURT HOUSE e. BADWIN. i done for the last
,) J. E.TOWNSEND. aeventeen'1Oan. Cou ona1proecedingsanddebate.exclusivel1.
Georgia chged. : .S .8 Treas' ,
New Yohfc, SAVANNAH Egber Poinsett .1 .- "
GEO.
Esq.JACKSONVILLE
.
4 Pennsylvania Alabama cf cCts. Oct. St. ow ChU The Appendix will embrace the revised speechesseparately

Delaware, Mississippi( ALEXANDER GALLOWAY E. Fla., May 17, 1851. 9..t. and the messages' the President of

Mary laud,'* Texas. RETURNS his thanks to his friends, for the Oneoz.orundcr I e. 3 Ct. Ct. Dar Sir. : This may certify to you that 1 ba. .Notice- the the Executive United States Departments.and the reports of the Heads. of

>in J.-lyJft ha received since he commenced Overloznotover2 oz. 2 4 6 8 10 girl suffering under a severe attack UNDERSIGNED The Globe
: milE having Congressional and Appendix will be
: bubinets in this city in 1332 u 2" U arrhoea, and that the of one bottle tore C
--- and would state to his 3" 3 6 9 15 u of
you JL partnership for'the Practice published as fast as the proceedings of
1 Congresswill
and lie U U II I preparation called .Indian Loxecust" Medicn
frienJn public generally, that during his 3" 4" 4 8 12 effectually '
OSCAR HART their make a number. Suhscribrrs
I late visit t. London and Scotland,he has acquired U 4" U 5" 6 10 15 2 cared her, and I would take this meth of re citizens respectfullyoffer profeona ae t, U number of each week daring the may first expect roar weeks one
I. 2 Jatnro it vieiit1.
various commending as a
AITORNEYATLdIW. improvements connected wtti u6"u u6u.6 very
12 i
I 3 Yours vuaW Meic. I S. M. D. of a session and two or three numbers of each a
Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING, 4'U 6" u" "" 1" 7 1 2 8 try, SOlI ., R. P. DANIEL, M. D. week afterwards, until the end of the session.

i Forsyth street.WILL which he trusts will enable him to give general 'I 1"8" 8" 8 2 S 4 .l. lo1t. Office on the corner directly North of the Buffing- Complete indexes to the Congressional Glob

: practice in the several counties of the satuaaction to all who may pleoso to favor him 4' 9 10 9u." 10 9 18 2 S JACKSONVILLE,Jajy 26, 1851. son House. and Appendix will be sent to subscribers. soon aft
with their 50DIRECTIONS. Oct. 30. 1851. 3m. ter J *"**
tronage.Ladiea' 2 8 4 Congress adjourns.
Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend to the Sir: Sometime since I was attacked witha ?
Dar .
Bilk
and woolen Dresses, Shawls &c. Nothing ofapolitical aspectwillappearinthe
collection of claims against the United States for svore Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not attend Globe
gleaned that
aM 4b' d various colors, o All to give good I save which will be found in the.Congressional
:' Iilitary services, and for Horses lout or other satwfaction. Table Covers cleaned or dyed M I. Oa every transient newspaper, unsealed circular yeur t m]bUe. was recommended." I to try mIlE Subscriber A Card. reports. A paper assuming to*be an

': property lost destroyed by troops in said service. may be required. Gentlemen's garmeu reovated handbill, periodical, Bottle ef it. At the same time two procured members one of JL house having leased the well-known impartial vehicle for all sides, cannot maintain its
engrngpmpet. formerly kept by Mr. John
in the same good style as formerly so as not to be magazine, book, Clark character if the editorial columns reflect a party
z of
..
Also claims for pensions of disabled soldiers or my family were afflicted with the some takes this method of informing the citizens of hue.
done
by at the di.
surpassed the
any North or dyed as printed matter above rates most in all cases We all used the
br widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. may be required. Ladles bonnets dyed black, be prepaid, according to the weight. and I medicine from I the one Jacksonville and vicinity that to is now ready to TERMS. .
inform
am to
land cleaned and pressed in a superior 2. Whenever t now happy you that I cured servo refreshments any hour of the day front 7 For one of the Daily Globe during
Also claims for bounty to officers and soldiers style. Ladies' any printed matter on which the all entirely. We are now all well and o'clock in copy (daily -
the
and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves is 1S hearty morning until 10 at night ; ,he con the session
cleaned postage to be Congress and
after the required prepaid, shall weekly
and the widows and orphans of deceased officers through from the use ef one of Valuable furnish
Lunch
your at the shortest
most London fashion. Btle notice,rill.Cold the
approved the inattention,of Postmasters, or otherwise Medicine. t during recess,) a year. aJ $5 00
and soldiers. Mr. M. KIEL has been appointed Agent for sent without prepajnaentthe same shall be b Ham Beef Tongue Pigs feet Tripe, Shrymps, For the Daily Globe for less than a year,at...
4 Also will give his attention to conveyancing Jbe above establishment. and will attend to the with double the above rates. ched To E. Poinsett TIMOTHY HARRIS. Sardines, Fish so.; he has had his Liquors and the rate of 84 cts.a month. JFer .

reception and delivery of work in Jacksonville and 8. Bound books and parcels of printed matter Es': Wines eoted by good judges in New York, sad one copy of the Weekly Glob*for.fn>..r
titles
and and
: ItJ examing records ascertaining paid the highest prices for them and hashe
the surrounding country. Terms moderate. not woighing over ounces, deemed thinks year, _* 100
c1&lmstol&ad.. March 2!, ). tf mailable matter. 8. 11U'b Sir-Some Mandarin since F. Oct. 1, 1851. Wines and Liquors of the first quality : also Porter For one copy 0 of the Congressional' 'GlobVdw- .

; ., ;: : All business entrusted to him will meet with IJcrodie published at intervals, not 1 Dar and '.tie 1&taken visit near and Ale. Gentlemen will please calia.ndjudge 43L 159
eo. le. very,,. for themselves, and speak of me as they find rlngtheseuion-----
k 'Iuddeu .I. me. the
and sent from
I attention; and all instrument of writing thre montl. the office Your ;.
jprompt No will be
Sea Island } pains to all
''. Cotton GIns.milE and bona. fide subscribers friend that 1 T spared please who may fa. session, 150
I will executed by him with neatness and de be was visiting happened to have a bt.- Tor me will a call. S. TYLER For four copies either '
SUBSCRIBER takes this to charged with one the tle of it or part ftligu'ring
opportunity h rates mentioned in tho house, and I used it, and take Jacksonville. Oo .2. .
18:51.to
spatch..Jacksonville. in the last above flea I the session, >*
? JL to inform the planters of Loug Staple Cot. tabl. prepayment of a quar sore in informing you that It cured me. "$ QQ
.. ..u. Z. 1851. tf tons that he still continues the manufacture of the ter's postage all eases be averse to having.my name in print,but sttlL for For ten copies oS&ther or.part of bothdi' ?. "
.-- r latest improved HOLLER HORSK GINS, don- PeriOcau published at intervals of ruId the benefit of those that may be afflicted TOO can Nassau Oonnty_Tax Collector's Sale. ring the session; >; **:IOOOThe'prices

AGENCY i blean4ttu,teai his usual rates and is ready to are charged with the full r whichrauit publish this if you think it necessary. ,VIRTUE of authority mine by law vest- for these papers ale so law,that ad
1 fil ail orders at thl'.hortelt notice. be prepald.Norn.ln t Yours with __ BY "vance payments are indispensable ,
U
respect I will them
I,. for sale ,in front carry
of
expose the
fOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON For the reputation of the GIB,vpply U the fol case there is on or in any newspaper, SUSNAl HARTLEY. Court House door of Nassau the on, and no order will be attended to ,vnles. Lbs

lowing Amenta or to those who br tleot to use: pcl. pamphlet, or other printed matter or Dr E Poinsett, Jacknvi. F Monday of March 1832 the following county on described first r money accompanies .' .'- '

William S. Kennaugh AGENTS. therewith, manuscript of tract Subscriptions may be remitted aa1at
) or parcels of land situated in said by "1It
kind by which information county
I JTEAB WILLAKIl'S HOtEL FEWSYLVAaiA AVKXWE.Continues ".. .ga& Aeosta Centervillage, Ga. or any in writing asked for, ., vGravelly Hill, Oct.20,1851. One tract containing acres,lying near the res risk, in money at par in the section. 'of. couLtrf*
or by marks where -
eOluict or signs, Sir. Your Indian Loxeeost idence of Mr. John subscribers reside. ..
Is
B. R. the
his Capt. By wood, Beaufort 8.C. the Dar a good med Hlgginbetkam, on a swamp '
.I to gire prompt attM&n to thfljuinaeeincnt Scott it DeVeanx, Charleston, S. C. printed .ewllpapr. poriooa.pmphlet.or other Some time since I plhud a bottle from called Little Mills;another tract lying on Fnnks 'JUttf* C. R1VE.3ahington : ".

V ,- and prosecution of claims before Con- I Than Harris. Ocala, E.Florida. and is the .. ,.f labjec postage; A M. Reed,Eq.-yoa agnt. gave it to
,' jptu or any of the Executive Departments.QUUns .- I Fernandez, Bi&e & Co.;, Ja. sonvile E. Fla. the wrappers I and en Postmastr. t remove .f' my tat very much, from described tllUm'Ors. belonging.to Saa"hez.

; arising from the Rcr luU.n ry, Florida i K.R. Dukes Palatka E.F. ter and pamphlets elop. with letter mt severe attack Dysentery. It cured him. Soon and are so from U&. 'Taxes due MASONRY, 'BRICKLAYING, PLASTERING. .
8. Hoyt & Co., Savannah Ga.j for the .f afterwards I had another attacked with the State. f IS. : .,&Cf
purpose ascertaining whether t.h
.or Mexican wars; Invalid Revolutionary, Half-- 8. L. Niblack & Co. A U there is same I Deg bottle A'J. -
gll tor,E. F. upon or connected with any such printed matter ca. .,. i BRADDOCK TftHE UNDERSIGNED7 thlimethod of
jpay or Widow Pensions; Naval or Army; Lartinrcrfc Harris, Elizabethtovn Lowndcs or in such package, any matter or thing which cared-I do not hesitate. -< ;. Sheritrand ex off' Tax Collector.'_ JL t informing the pa.btiohat be is readyto 44
Ga. a moment In noT 27tdsNassau
,i ,.. ''Bounty Land or Scrip under, law of Feb. LI0 1 County would authorize or requr the ot a higher your Indian Loxecust the recommending Bricklaying;'Masonry.Plastering,'9t ae'% ert
1847 or August 10, 1848 ALSO rate or stago c public, as being the t '&0. tee. He will furnish plans and '
( f Arrearages of fay and JAL. most certain remedy for that I 'drawings
Mileage due returning Volunteers EZTKA Boxes A\D BiusHEs can. Khad of tie : Po Gener : ever used. or heard 01. Dltt have County Tax Collector's sale; when desired by persons for whom *ha*Is engaged

;. ; Claims for subscriber at MderaU rates., l tnt wanting Pos OFFICE DE aTU f. Jane 14 publish W. ,Xours nprr.loDo. B ;VIRTUE .fstborltj &m. by Jaw T t- to execute'; work..without'extra charf ." HeU
lot other .
and ,Property destroyed; Ex- Gins or Gins repaired, please direo i to Agonti MILES PRICE.' I will ,expose rfor .. fa front or '&he well known to the citizens,oaTtUea .
} f1i" !**". Incurred by Volunteers before being mns- or to a L. BURNS; ADltllIITIU.Toa'llOIOB. (Dr Potneeti,Jacksonville. Court nouse door or Nassau county.oa the first competent'mechanic, and work he has performed
tend and received into &St.Mary'iGcorri J Monday of March,1832,800 'already for cituens of the place,he refers togs an
cl service t Waggon-ma- -. m after f will apply to the acres of third quality
JuneS.1851. Hon.
Jawftn.Oalvln SIX i additional of hictaindMoniforam.f*
"< Jacksonville Fla., Sept.25 land,lying In said county,owned eviijeace ualli1 aUOQL /
.. H.ucI Teamsters': claims f,M.a.r1.n..l&ilor.J. of Nassau county ,1851.t .- b1 John Bells. -
tonU. DrEPoIniett-sirmt.t. my or hector taxes due 0c>- :
for
mission 00. plasterbg
: Administrator of the,estate t.certify that I oAmolUl' 01 -.
L .' ', P.' Oak, Gclgor,.deceased,and also present my ,Mary been permanently p DhC Lu $1 L. A; 3, BRADDOCK, also.furnished.,. ':l q HXjYERsTN .

I ': Having all the, forms necessary for a proper G nunltJi and Machtnett- and'ouche. said Administrator. All Icnt by the use of your Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector. B.-To Planters he would say ho hat much

I ;' J"'nfAtloD.o: claims together witi the roles lml clim.against. the estate are duly Indian Loxecnst,after .a1erlormor than 1 .. nor%-. experience in trotting ,Sugar Batteries, and so

;:: 'gBlatlonj_ gorernin the.diffsrcjjt HAS permanently,located J JACOB GEIGER, Dotlde.." Jnt with that du te -'- ,.. hells work in that line, confidant that b*ovx give
Departhe Ad'r.
-
M' M2i51. recommending '
the
himsoiratJacksoBTtllt.E.F. your medi amplest satisfaction.
mot Notice. Charges ,
.
; & cine all nlbl .
aets, II prepared to nndertake all clslas of to do all work in the- IWmib t similarly 0t." J.-L
PERSONS
t :jrhatkiad sosventhat.may require the RrY line both 10 Repairing : 1. j : : hhgc1sbus or' ,.
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e. !'Notice. ,. rma L-alam., esUU of William Sco Jacks nviUe- May29: l85i1' t
4 jtjA Agens/ this hat*new process of R1FLE1NG which Or sn. : L FLEMING :" :; .M./.JOHNSON. Columbia $. &.of ,
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Particular attention given 'to t&e D would Won the clUseni of FO7OjOOflyfflNC county deceased are -
proper settlt- panes the usual method. Those wUUnr .ca Black' to herebrnq1 .1.1bJ.
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Charges moderate and regulated by the :an I' Bnddtogtonjjai consented act ai ;Agent. 'Ct4yTON. PL4.O y.axl 01'the same will be barred And eli ; < a .or"
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anonst Gtmimlthlng entrusted to, will, of his boost b fDdebted per- 1HEubsoriber win..take;five.orJulx more
';.Stained and the extent serviees required. &ttentjo He hcr appUcatIo rel"pt. 01 accounts Individual and, and in the CUCtOD" f Dar ,,'Ons BoWeOtyour -" Immed1&U 1011I to D1cIeaW. art I9tIIred 0 mate ..1. Boarder-. His Rooms shall oavfoitabte.

tAn.eoaununlcationj. to Ininro' insertion omit to huo to a share or 010 pectfully make Indebted to a. P[ fgd one of ay i men Lxe J e., "1IDtDW., ._ His Table shall.bt inferior taflonffor the terns.
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