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The Florida news
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Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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George C. Powers & Co.
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Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
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Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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,I THE: NEWS TI ', : :' : : : :I, -Alachnn BY VIRTUE CWIflxColJectt4V cf authority, 1M vied

SATtRDAY MOaNING THE KEWS. lay I'will ex pest for sn1e1aMMObe Ccnrt
; IS J"b1itbe.1 every Cudof Dn1 .Dd Stat" House. doorin ihe Town of-JN'wBauviUt, OB

J'l'hODTUlr L'te ., I ,' : the frst'Yow1 ,in JaavAl D, IU4tbt _
Florid.. r fallowing! sections or 'to much thereat
: BY AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT.T. _. .. ._ N i as will pay the State and County Tax Assent4
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n-TU I DotHM per annum, if paid I against John 0. Lewis in right cf hi* wife

FOCI DottARS.if end of the year T OUR COUNTRY. Mary M. Lewis, and dee thereon 'ftr&ejtxr
i unee.or .Ul inserted o the follow A. I).1850, togetbeewith aH ne<.?sxi ry .1J ec-
,I r Ad Teul.temHta aes.aUtodiDgall"lhesuu: being portkn of

't r terms huts and under VOL. XII1.] JACKSONVILLE SATURD4T IIIORNIXO JUARCII 1851., the rredeudo Grant," sitcdcd2 Lying, sod
. ohwelYe 1, \
:ne dttllar pz square ( O 15 I being in the said county of.bchoji,end kxiv_n
: the Gnt inaeztion. 11S ceuts for pacb nbse I as follows;viz: section 20Tow tship 10s, i>tg.

. Toyeirly! .dvertser$a liberal dis : 20 EV. containing 617 acres' more or Its, std
.:,nun.eruo MAGNOLIA ', For Sale. Alachua Co.Tax Collector's 3n1e. :
laid bounded follow ou.,the north by ihrLr.t
.0wi1b ? be paid for befo"b BYVIRTJE authority in me vested by of tEe estate cfD L t'Jinch,deed, and V\iutm
JA1I 5der1e mnt1 must T't'rerri Is a view leaving Florida I will sell law. will expose: for sale, in front of the Thames' surviving trustee of the ,Artrcrr
i refUtal'elUtomel'. Byj3rrmsthe t J_ Ucb the homo which 1 now occnjy in the Court House door in
by theTown
tioo.unleIs ofNewnansfille Association .the the lands
eat Jokn
): : on by vf H
uceruiDeJ St. Augustine.: BL It situited' at the
be is
requisite sum tray corner Augustine.or'St. contains six on the first Monday' in June, A. D.thefonoWing'named Lewb in right of hiS mile! ,'On'the scuhty; tie
.,,t tritsuijued with the sdertise' t.f'Cr THIS ESTABLISHMENT having George street sections or so much thereof lands of M ELevy, on the west bytbIajd" tf
marked with the number gb repairs this present season besides a parlor four of the rooms hive as will pay the State and County Tax As&mod the estate of Aleoxc
DOt DLUicchjdccd.
AJTrrt ment. p ii
for Families and in
ready reception Company. The house is a comfortable one
f req1&ired.will CODtibUN anulfarb.d sient Boarders ran hare spacious Aparrll. ntL and pleasant in The lot against John DryViile. deed, and due thereon township lOs, r-nge 20 B, CO Dtaba iI, QlI 20
e summer.
Rooms. Airy. Clean and Neatness itself very with for the year A. D. 1S50. together with all necessary 100 acres more or less,and bounded aaloHcTis;
for. his it besides kiteken
: t I charged for aU anaounce- ed handsomely. Nettling Wading. up a expenses attending said sale, the same north by the I&ndsof William Ifccrori. tutiving -
cTFive: 1Uan*wfllbe ebart"d The House is well known as betas recently adjoining, a carrage bouse with sU- being portion of the Sirredondo Grant,"sit trustee cflhc New York.A saodatiu\*

,,,lth ofeandiJatu fer !!. Expressly wiid a view to the.C'OIDmltdalion fodder house attached to it, near UHted, lying, and being in the said'county of .the east by tbe buds rf""IUIIJ JAm in HgLtof
.'ufo s1uare.for Six \ Ofltl$1 i i tlO 00 li is and ethers, being entirely built of is a comfortable bouse fur serysuts1 Alachua and known as follows viz. section 16, his, wife' cn.the south by tbe laads oli E
and Creditor, i I 7 00Appr.etnosforLrtMr.ofAdniiu.trtrfon Rooms connecting,Folding Doirs,&r,.which also sell all my household and kitchen township 9s 18 E
Koike to Debtor ,range ,containing 72-100 Levy west by the lands of John H Lewis. in
it free from dampness. Fireplaces Blinds and a second hand baronch I would
S 00 acres more or lees and bounded follows ,
as :- right of bis wife. Also section '
dows through, opening on Piazza Manda fewn&kip _
of all farm
All reliC\o notice, will be loaned frttPi : hundred feet. Protection from rains.rold north by the lands of the estate of N Wells, lOs, range 2Qi containing 3 CtMOO:ms
(or: about bundreJ and '
fornv.uga: desirable retreat fTOUT confinement nts on twenty deed, east by t lie Ian*,of Israel Foot*,ani west more 'or" I s"ind'bounded as follows ncrtL- ,
,Su. mud be addressed to seasons of the ,ear. Tbe House is situated niece tract cf very good land near don_ by the lands'Cyrus Perkins. 'Also section 16,'south raud west by the lands' of-JiLa
eAU: eomraGftie&txna C* .*t.. "t .,m". ABV '* / IraiddlF1ifdaconteiniiegabouiflv. township s containing; 636 24-100 Lewis in
I 'fr t11' range right of his wile, being the section ca
:ianrrcJ C. OH.UCTT. 1 qc palL I 4'i2ie.; Tbtr ototaiiui 45 moms, and fifty. acres. acres more or less, and bounded ax follows which Prairie Creek cr sink Creek si b.iJ
AlTtlrabf personal communication w I.3eharr'd duion r.l urL Dioi Ronmttnd; ANN MASON, north the land of the heirs N "I -
jy by of Welb.deed.., so section 23, township 10 5. itmgtSOE
i iences j in: general. For Accommodation t.c-
t. Sol 3m-
is aw'pnispmnta.rr surpassed. East by the lands of M E Levy, south by the taming 640 acres more cr lets and bcucded &. '
( Job Printing must be paid on thl '* j-j--j,1; lands of Isaac Frost west by the lands of the I follows north
AIbis or The well earned repoutimn thir H u' has MUS II .tLE : i : by the'lands of Icaae Frost, ou "I l the w irk. year to year squired,,it will be 11ae. Cyrus. Perkins, the east, south cud west by tLeandsrof Jcbn

MIS.DAVIS aim to sustain,and for the liberal dispose of. At private sate ny farm C. L. WILSOA1 I 11 Lewis in right or his wile, .410 sectioB Vt

Notice. sgelietevifore, reiarfisher, thanks. the St. Johns River, at the moutn of Jul- Sheriff and Er- ff. Tar Collector. township 10s, range 20 2, containing 650 E4
table will b. with choicest
PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be- lers The Turtle.Fi*h.Darks supplied Venison Turkey Creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville. November 30,1650. 6ui I II lOu acres mere or less, and bounded lollovs:
TTH\ the undersigned is this day desol- Fish,atthis time oar lireis and Forests < Islnotvn o be the moat beautiful I' north by the lands of M L>tyrea t.soaiB end

\eI by mutual consent. or more hunters pponing exclusively for this river, and is remarkable for its health t: Alachua) Co. 'r8x.Collcctor'3'Sale. I'I't west by thelarichoJohn U Lewis in right of

Those indebted to the late firm will make Horses Carriages Panics,Guns.Fishing not a case of fever having oceured there BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by his wife. Isosection 19, towtsbiplOs, itn .

payment to P. MOODY, who is authorized to set- Boats. for E Gr.ion. &r.Very The dwelling is spacious and com law, I will expose for sale, in front of the courthouse 21 E, containing 629 44-ICOacres secrecy 1.sand -,

ale all &account Respectfully. ,and calculated for the accommodation door,in thetown of NewnansvrlleontLe, bounded as follows : north by the Is&d, tithe

p. MOODY, family. The land is of good'quality first Monday ,in June. A D, Ib51so much estate of.ATathaniel Wellf,deed, en the to t t

CHS. BYRNE. N. B,-It is the wish of the Proprietress adapted for Cotton. There is a flour of the lands of John II Mcintosh, situated, lying by the lands of the estate of P Mitche),deed ,
Jcksnyll1e1 Dec. :31, 1850' tf Serranu attached to the House should ciril Orange Grove on the premises which and being in the Arredondo Grant, in the fInd the 8ouh by the of JchnR Zetercui,

tir*and obliging.St. produced an income of a thousand county ofAlachaa, known as John H MclntoshTs on the west by the lands of John H Lewis iu

Notice.SIX AugontiD--, Nov. 2.1S50. tf ; and will shortly do so again, horn .he Fifteen Hundred Acre Tract, Adcerse right of his wife audi Creek known as Prairi* .
and of th Grant" much thereof will Creek running through said section. Isose
JACKSONVILLE thrifty healthy appearance e or Z pay the State *-
weeks from due I shall apply to the The Post Office of Mandarin is within and County Tax.due thereon for the year 1650. tion 25, township 10 s, range 20 E, cotitaiticf;

Hanorjble Jadge of Probate of Nassau and the Steamboats pass and repacs together with all necessary expenses attendingthe I 1034 15-100 acrccmoieor Ius:1nd bounded is

county. Fl.-fur Letters Admiubtmtion of the .J the house on their regular trips to and sale,and thereon bounded us follows, viz: I follows: on .the north by the'lands of Jobs* II
eiUte JamM Pilot, late of N.a3cau county, l'HE Subscriber having become the Savannah. Those wishing to secure this North by the lands of the P.ute of D L Clinch I Lewis in the right of his wife on tbe east by

dei CHARLES C PELOT. and sols Proprietor this well ble property may call on, or address by I dcc,'and Garey's grant. East by the lands ofM the lands of John R Zetrrour, on the south bya

.Admi"istratoT.De HOTEL,respectfully infoims the public ,the subscriber at Jacksonville, Florida. E bevy, and John H Lewis in right of his tract of land known as Moses E Levy's twenty
n)!r 7, ':0. 6* ally thftt he has added to the former CHARLES BYRNE. I wife.-South by the lands elM E Levy and the thousand acve tract, on the west by the lands cf

twenty odd more comfortable rooms with ,. October 19. '50. tf lands of the estateof Peter Mitchel deed, West John II Lewis in right ot his wife, a Creek
Administrator's Notice. five hundred leet front, with piazzas in i' by lands represented on Burr and Washing r known ne Prairie Creek, running through stri

and rear, making it as comfortable as any I' L'rfD FOB SALE : fi. ton's Isecti1)l1. jHenstction 26, township 10 s
months after,d itO I will present my accounts map as belonging to Gecrge I. F. Clark range
in the South which now will enable him = .-20 E 959 20.100
SIX ani vocc hen to the Hon.JuJgeofProbrte '"Adverse. Grant. containing more or less aid
commodate over one hundred and fifty miles north : bounded as fallloirs. north and
for nnal i Tampa, the aurscribcr C. L. WILSON, east by tie
settlement, f,tlr'.in HilUbjrough,1 ask i discharge county from, the further a Hia table will be under the offers for sale a Premption and Donation Sheriff and Ez.jJ. Tax Cdtotor. I i Innds-'of John H Lewis in right of nb Wife.:-
an experienced house-keeper of the of 160 acres each good and I November south by the tract land known asM E levy's
Alraiaistntioa of the E tate of John M >taffjr -I I pine Slime 1850. 6m
Stafford deed and also all whose :aid he flitters himself shall land well adapted to the growth of' twenty thousand acre tract, on the west by aLe
ani SIt-
1 :U peri. I rivalled by any Hotel in the South, Cotton lands of John II Lewis in of his '
if facing chim agiinsc the estate of and Tobacco. About 70 acres is ,j Alachua Oo. Tax Collector's Sale. right wife acreekknowa
.P':1!i. any
enabled by the constant steam A large number of sweet Orange { as Prairie Creek,running tbrouf h
S.H ill or J.ha il .Staffordsue, requested to pre- virtue in
savannah ond to have authority me vested bylaw
with Charleston and Lime trees,are growing on tbctf".lct.1 I BY paid section. ,Also.] section 27, township 10 s,
.-ut the:. ofthe fine nurketg of those l'will expose for sale,in front of the CourtHouse 20 E.
vantage Range 530 VO-tOO
JOSHUA STAFFORD Adrir.Tfispx in bearing. There are some large springs containing acres acre
addition he has made arrangements, in : door, in the Town ofNewnansville, on l lea and folio
power, Also b Ferry across or bounded as !., north and out
Jan. 9th. 7551 j25 I tion with the Hotel, at all times to at ea'd! place. j n- Addres8, at Tarn- the first Monday in June, A. D. Ib51, the by the lands of John H Lewis in right cf In
--- horses and carriages for the : paid, ALEXANDER GAGE. following named sections or so much thereof as wife, south by the tract of land known saME

Executor's Notice. his guests. 16, 1850. 3t will pay tbe State and County Tax, Assessed against Levy twenty thousand acre tract oa.tLe

months ufter date 1 will apply to the The increasing reputation which the I Joseph Lairton,and due thereon for the west by the lands of Moses E Levy, a Creek
SIX Ju16* Probate of Daval coauty, Florid of Florida possesses in the estimation Valuable Land for Sale. year A D, 1850, together with all necessary expenses known as Prairie Creek muring through said

.i, tor a .lucnirge from the Esecutorship of medical faculty, for the cure of AGENT for theownera, tbo uldersignedoffers attending said sale, the same containing section "
the iae \?ill aud Testament Stephen J. Eu- and other pulmoniry diseases, has for sail the following vultuble 3000 acres, !itu:1.tedt lying, and,being in the C. L. WILSON,

biSi: ., dec is-d. vast; increase of travel to this state of land to wit : said county Alachua, and Mng outhe north Tax C llla T.
WILLIAM EUBANK.. Exr. fall and winter months,ot those who Low Tracf situated at the bead Indian side of the Arredondo Grant"ranb", known as November 30,1850. 6m. .

.Y.eksvLe, JI 11, IS:). relief afforded by a milder atmosphere; containing five hundred acres more or a portion of Formannez Grant.
view of this fuel the subscriber has C. L. WILSON, Alachua Co. Tax UollectorN Sale.
that his exertions merit law Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector.
to patronage
Notice i Pablo Tract situated Pablo Creek
i him shall be Nov. 30 1850. Cm ,; BY VIRTUE of authority in me .ted17
ball be bestowed upon the mouth of the St.Johns' river ,
determ.n: tu discontinue ,suppos law, 1 will expose fur sale before the Court
my toil
pr regard to or espen'ee.SAMUEL contain
HAVING over two hundred
b.uuieeu at this pUce, nil persous fine hammock land. acres including Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Salp.] I House door in the Town of New&ansville,en
r. h tel to iaj in ra inner are requesteltj Jacksonville E. Flu.: 23 1850. the first Monday in June, .. D. Ifjil.20 nttich
my Sept. small BY VIRTUE of in
a tract woodland in the vicini authority me vested by of the lands Atkinson and Clark knowuiithe

.p'y their up. oy couuts tae iS.fa aal of notes February will be next placed otherse in- TV El i T EHamilton S :' RI : G Ge"A the town Jacksonville, containing thir law House, 1 will expose for sale, in front of the Court I Atkinson and Clark grant, containing,
door in the Town of Newnanbville on
111 j h,tu Js of for suit i thousand acres more or less lying and bcujgis
A ,*.DV, Ej. u Attorney my dathinze-i Agent to col- : _a tract containing one hundred acres the first Monday in June. A. D. 1551, the I 1 Townships 7 and 8 E., Ranges 17 and IS S.
planting hull on rablo following named sections or so much thereof
ley all dab:* aai to traisict :my other business creek near or so much thereof will pay the State and
of the Johns'river. I as will pay the State and County Tax daesstd I
Tax due thereon"
County for the
fur :". J \E. B. COLE.LU1' year A.D.J&5U
Cautr Florida. one half of the Dwelling House and lot against S. D. Corbitt and due thereon for together with all
Q FerrFh. Jan. C 1851 ml 1 necessary expenses
[lifE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in Jacksonville, near the Court House the year A. D. 1850, together with all necessary the sale &. thereof,and bounded as follow.

Executor's Notice. -A. the Public that they are the being the same which is occupied by expenses attehding said sale, the 8tme being North and West by vacant lands, East snd
this celebrated Spring. and would re Finegan.Esq. known as the land ownod, or formerly represented South by vacant lands James Dell deed,and
; -1x m1uths :ifcer due the unJ rsi ne.l will urge the afflicted to come and be healed. two hundred and forty acres on the by S D Corbitt, being part of a tract situated between NewnansvilJe and tbe Aatural

O ply to the honorable Ju Jge of Probite virtue of the water is a *.fixed fact"-not of Eleming Island, on the St. Johns of land known Levy's 20OOU, acre tract,sit- Bridge on the Santaiee Kiver. Section 29

0: 1 letters lisrimioa : as Executor of the E- To those afflicted with RHEUMATISM, between the lands Messrs. Lewis and ted,lying, and being in the said county. of Ihrhun i .19, Range 18. Section 24, 13, Range 17. West,

ti'e of J jan II Wbi.J.1\JD, Ute ,f the county of FULA, DYSPEPSIA, and the : Fleming; about one hundred acres of and within the limits of the 'Arredondo by section 4, 33, 32, 29, 19, in Range 18, and

H'.uaa jrougU,deceased. which mortals are heirs to, we would are hammock, and about thirty acres Grunt,"(John H Muir, Aut.) section, 13 and 12,Range 17,East,die same
A. If. HENDERSON, Executor.Taapi fully sujrgeit that they try its virtues, C. L. WILSON, being the tract wherein Jaaca Dell, deed.,
FU, De,. 7. 1S50. 6m from many almost miraculous cures eft' an undivided' one third of the late Mrs. Sheriff and Er-off. Tar CoUtcior. measure about two miles from the Town'ofNctrnansville

its use that they also will be ttimilarly Fleming Dower, on Fleming Island,on I Nov. 30,1650. 6m I in said county of lachn*
Notice. ted. Johns River,a beautiful tion. I C.L. WILSON

The seeker of pleasure will here find a an undivided one third about ten thou Alachua Oo. Tax Collectcr's Sale. I Sheriff end Ex-off. Tax C lllet., .

OVthe 21st d,\. of next December,pursuant ful place to while away time. Their .situated in Nassau county on Nassau virtue of authority in me vested by law November30, Jb50. 6mAlachua
an orler of the Hon. the J Judge of Thomas' BY ,
he spread with the best of the land, and extending to Swamp, suitable
will for site in
,. front of the
Probate expose
I will soil at tbe hoar of sale ,
u small iirta
ertion on their part will be wanting to ; of hammock grant
in the Town
CourtHouse dooi. Newnanbville
Co. Tax
Collector's Sale.
at the! Court (fo'isc, in this Twntbe, reversion for the comfort and pleasure of visitors. P. catio.
ary interest of \trll. :Miry E. Carmicbael in th The surrounding country is filled with above tracts of Und will be sold at rea- on the first Monday in June, A. D, SSI, the BY VIRTUE authority In me vetted .by
S Estate of James dec the following named sections r so much thereof law will for sale before tLe .
t. court
Long. nnd Turkeys, und the Strea ns with the prices on good ttnns. expose hoc/
8. D. FERNANDEZ, of fish. Good dogs and fishing tackle will J. McROBEBT BAKER. as will pay the State and County Tax,As- the town of Newnansrille, on the fret

, -so,. 21, 1550. Agent. fln tim_ ot th pi 4.PVil'Conveyances Attorney at Law,Jacksonville Fla. bessed against Frederick Scan,and due thereon Monday inJuneA, D185tso much ofthelands of
-" for the A D 1S50 with all
year together n"ces-
from JACKSONVILLE 2,' O. tf Brockenbrougb; et.1 at, So. 6, 5it.a.tedll-
Notice. the SPRING at all times sary expenses attending_ said lethe, S1fDe.being in'- and bein'lu'the N E ri,ttion of1 F. T..YT'_.
to ready. -- r -- -- -- -
month 00. Tux Collector's) Sale. a portion of the Arreuondo urant," situs- Twenty Thousand Acre Tract J in tbe county ctAlachua'containtaining
. 4 LL persons indebted to the Estate of Fish Board per $ led lying and being in the said county of AI
U -*V or Gnskiua,Ute Columbia county,decd- Chillren and Servants VIRTUE of authority in me vested by achua and known as follqws.viz: W3 S. W 1666? acre more cr
leas much thereof
1 Are requested to make imn.ediate payment, an. Horses per month, will expose for salt betore the court house *!, Section township 10 S, 22 E con or so wztlpaythe StaU
e. all per_oas haviugany clums against said Est BUFFINGTON & the town of Sew IUlnniUe, on the first taming SO acres bounded as follows range via:,north and county tax,and thereon for the year 185C, I

. titf wilt pl ..(to prevent theta duly autbenti March 30,1850.Private in June, A D, lb3J, so much of the by land of Elizabeth Hobkirks, permit land together with *11 necessary expenses attending t
the sale thereof
cited of the estate ofVm.. the above is a portion of tha
within th time prescribed by law 0 Garvin, deed, con south by township line dividing township 10 & f
"Arradoado Grant
L they wil\ be barred. Boarding House 400 acres more or IPS being portion 11, eust and west by public lands. Also N. W. c L. WLSON.. ,
JORDAN L J3KIJVS grant known es the \Vw. Garvio, or so of section
3 ot N. !L U township '10S
. NOT.23 the State and SMii.ff aid Er-ff Tax ": '
1S50. Dt Administrator.Notice. as willpay, Count.7 Tax, range 22 E.and bounded as follows; north by 1Vovember30,1850. .
St.1 u gut tine.Mr. for theyear 1820.together with. all public lands, south by lands claimed by David =- 6a j f
expenses attendiug the sale, and Morii.ion, east by lands claimed by David .
TIre tahtcriber wishes to tire, by the year G. IV. Papy has reopened bounded follows: fouuth North Morri son and west by landa of Elizabeth Hob-. THEBOUT, & CUOSB! ';

corn lit January next, three or four Boarding House (or the by vacant land, in Township 8,Range kirk?, permit land. EXECUTE Ml Kinds of XT a so*
goo 1 egro men to work ill hi.,tcm saw mill in of Invalids and Travellers generally. E, situated, lying and being one mile C. WILSON WILL 0 rk at'the shortest notice and tB*

. (bis pUce for which liberal wag** for the year turns his hitherto thanks for the liberal pitroosge of the Town Xewiuusville in kid Sheriff: aid Ez-. Tax Collector. lowest prices.'. The experience'(hey"have atAl .
he has received and that
will be given. hopes -Alachua. ATOT. 30,1850. 6taAlachua in the Construction UGAR'DOlLE11Flnr.
e JAS. B. COLE lids and others wits may visit our : C. L. .WILSON, NACES will recommend them to tn

.AS.:' Oxrey's Ferry, Fix, Dec 1 1849. tlj. health efforts pleasure will be spared, will give to contribute him *call to, Sheriff and Ez-jf Tax C llcttJT. I Co; Tax Collrc tor's Sale, 'of tbe planting comnunitj!< _. "* <.patronage., -r
30,1850. 6m
orders .
DAll from tte'tfrfentry will bf attended .
b-i comfort. BY VIRTUE of authority; Die vested bylaw .
NOTICE.E to with prcmtlode.Jackaonvill ;*
His House has during the present season Co. Tax Collectors, Sale. l'will expose for sale in front of tbe Court Febj3i85t. '

e4. E have appointed T. O.HOLMES our Gentf dergone thorough repairs-has :been VIRTUE, of authority. in me vested by door, in the Town of fe1r aI TiUe on I'I'HOUAe ., _
era! A en:ani Attorney to settle throughout and is therefore free first in June 4 D. 1851 the .- -
and any ,entirely will expose,in front cf the Court the Monday i--
To collect all business in the name of Palmer& Ferris I dampness. The rooms are large and airy door, in the ,Town.of,Newnansville, on following named sections or so .much thereof Executor's Notice ., /

- 1 Palmer &and receive all debts due the firm of I furnished and comfortable. The Monday in JoneA. D., 1851, the I-as' will pay the State and County TaoS Assessed : month* after date 1 JT ib"'e .
Ferris ra
by Bond-Mortgage-Note is pleasantly situated on a broad street, named sections or so much thereof against .D L, ClInch, and duethereon SIX udge of bAte olDuYaJ I
orolhlnri8 :
I.WIt. All also for D4rfu Ferris deceased.- better accommodations than it affords = the,State and Country Tax, Assessed for the year A., >1850 together with all necessary to be dischargd froa tH co iv,E iidi
persons having demands againt Palmer found in the city A plentiful table attending,said sale the icitorshin of tab
!a fc Ferris Thomas Murphy, deed,and due there expenses same last Will aadTestaa tof
,t1" sent tbe or Dariu Ferris deceased will pre provided, and civil and attentive servants.Qis year ,A. l>.. 1850, together with all being a portion of the"Arredonda Grant,"(1000 rNCLOP Marti Executrix.Tiao deed,,. 't
to T-O.
same TISON
u. for payment, anall charges per week is six dollars incl ,expenses attending',said sale the acres Adverse Grant) situated lying tad te- 'Peb15t1ij8M. i',
hi5 riua penwns Ferris indebted to Palmer & Ferris or Da fire and Ugh, and every effort will be a portion of the"Arredondo Grant, ing in the said count of Alae6us &ntl bounded 6m fl': : .

: for settlement,iTS requested nuke' to cll on T.0.Holmes eie utisfactionboth .to Tranqent Visitors ,lying, nd.being In the said county ,of as follows;. north by.lands ,belonging to f Notice : .. .

ma 8ARAH payment. Permanent Boarders. *' & and known .as follows ,viz: section John Co c r.1nl touth by l&nds. belonging to ,

nI Adm'x.ofD.FcKsudee.FERRIS, A couple of well broke saddle ponies 10 s, Range 20 E, containing 640 J H Lewis & Thomas Napier! east by lands belonging THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore 6its..

Ip DAVID tached to the Establishment- 'J and ,will & or ,less and bounded follows: Wm.Thorn & John Cochran.:rrrsC ,: 'between Satyr IT RVAJ is this dy

j JaeksonvllleJan. 950 PALMER.,. be ready for hire. {by the.lands ,now,owned, or formerly by lands belonging! ,to.) H Lewis & ,Thomas dissolved by mutual consent.' Their books tad i C
tf November 30.1850. tfI by M E Levy, on the east by the lands Napier Also, north by Jand/n.belonging T accounts bare teen turned to over Ryan &Wok- )

, ,Notice, Bears! Bears Bears!!!, of N Brash,deed.i on the south by Naplu D S J ncht y1ads bIonng man,
WILL purchase alt the BEARS OIL of John.H LewIS In right,of his wife, to"J R Mcnt b'.1and..btlonging toJ accounts- 'due. us.- :".. .. tr1
f1IIK copaTtnerBhlp heretofore existing be GREASE that the Citizens of Florida west by the lands of the estate of Peter. H j Liis,. .byInds.belongiego. Carey'sGTaDt. \. CiJ'SJ: ; ;.
r j M, tween the undersigned is this day dis ship to me in Savannah. will pay for' ecdf Hsot north by lands belonging to J II . .- (X"EL;UTAH.:"- _:

1t r>lved by mutual consent. The business of the OM Dollar u Gallon, the Grease JVty. C L. WILSON, Lewis&M E Levy, south by lands*belonging Yaksony1U :. 14tbi .: ;' ,: f'lj ; .'
- firm will he prusecuted to a conclusion by Pound, the articles Pure or I niU SherJasd,'Ex-off.'Tlf., 'Col ',. the estate of AT;iJrnsh5decdn-easny taadte.longing -j. ;
4 CoL Spencer,wlto is ,authorized receive al jiZireZutejec them lam 'n good ju Jg ; : : siD" fa; the estate ATBrnsb decd. und MCl "i'ItEbussness heretofore- conancted by ,:ttt S .

moneys,itjelhe. firm. them. They must be. in!uaturalftate. I Levy, west by:lands belonging to ttwr,estate &'8kiff'win be cdotinuetl by*Byah'/t HicfcSw : \!\4
f : S. SPEKCERJ.McROBEUTBKWl. HUMPHEYS LOUtj'L4TSin.. : go i4 order of2ITBrua1tde4a4 oynsen& ; ';t- they,ka,.i113 fHm'p-Uf hJ -roft"ir '.
Appljrtaf! .' .-< .
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ld W o.ii.Li *. : pose. E.C.BYAN.! ..-
August24 tSri.jje ./. U, 3IcR n-r. and Tax C. A : -
I Shenff Ex-off lllttDr ,
Nor 1C. 1850. 1.SartmMII. ( ?. ,No,>.a, 1850. tf ,J. W:. HICKMAN. <,:
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NEWSJACKSONVILLE. ''. !The News .by-the Africa The Dorriihicaff Republic.A : I '
and Safety WASHINGTON FK..
Account of.the_ Passage 13,1S31.
Journal of Commerce Yesterday another;'plunder bill
writer in the New York. passed
The_news of the safety,of the' Atlantic,which furnishes the following interesting and 'of the Steamship Atlantic. Senate, appropriating ten million ,acres of tit..

was receired .ererywhero with gratful emotions important information, in relation to the Republic public lands, for the benefit of the, iastatli
B.if SrxAimt AMIGA FSB. 13
..... produced a thrilling sensation in N.:York. of St.Domingo' in the Island of Hayti f .f the States-the proceeds be ratably disM.

and other cities where-reI sli nt and friends or "The Island of St.: Domingo formerly belong To the Editor of tin N. Y.: Herald: bated among them. The next thing will b.a,
_. ed, the Eastern part to Spain, the Western part In order prevent garbled statements of the appropriation of the public lands to curry tb'
... her passengers and crew resided. The NeW'York Under low of free of the United States
i. to France. a system morality,a recent accident to the Atlantic from obtaining negroes toAfricu
'1 ,MARCH: 1, 1851. Svnday Times thus describes the effect or considerable population of iree people of color publicity take the liberty of sending you This is an old project of Mr. Clay's since,

the news in'that city: had sprung up in the French part of the LII a correct narrative of facts compiled from her Coupled with the Ebony Line," this will tnali'

Things at Washington. "Last evening about hslfpast 6 o'clock the I lard, when the frtnch revolution began. One log and for,which I can personally vouch. the scheme complete. ,
I the result of that revolution the 2Sth December ThesteamsbJps1'htch from New
booming of cannon was heard down the bay, of early was "The'Atlantic left Liverpool on the go York u
decree of the Constituent Assembly of France, in fine condition :and without Clisgres,'are upwards'of3000 tons burden
Notwithstanding the cession if and anticipating that the Africa bad arrived, steaming ,tod
rap hundreds people rushed to' the'Jersey City; of the HUb May, 1821, declaring that men of any apprehension on ,the part of. her, cost less than $400,000 each. By the 'prorS.sionsof .
idly drawing to a close the business.o mixed blood of all hades born of free blowing the African Steamers Bill
ferry, anxious to meet her at her dock and persons, officers in regard to the voyage. It was the UnitH
Congress progresses very slowly. The learn ifahe brought any news of the Atlantic.'Soon should be admissible to'the colonial assemblies.This a strong gale at the ime departure, from States are to give the contractors: $600,000 far
admission of the free of color to apolitical each ship. ,Of this will
afterwards the Africa was described people W.8.W.,so much so as to render it impossibleto course build tbestet .
Northern Western and Eastern sec steaming swiftly up the,harbor, brilliantly 11- equality with themselves,*was resistedby land her pilot. On tile 29th Dec., at 9.30 en, (which are to be of 4000 tons burden) s BJ

lions of the country seem to be arrayed laminated,and firing salvos as she approached. the wbiteinhnbitants, who,rather submit JLj'she, passed Cape' Clear, and fairly commenced have probably ,not less than $100,000 in "tbs
At once a shout went up from the crowd at the thereto, made proposals to Sir Adam Williamson !- her'homeward passage by 'plundiogat pockets of the contractors for each one, and i fa
against each other, each section striving Jersey City shore-"The Atlantic i& safe 1 the then Governor Jamaica to place the once into heavy head sea, and stemming addition to this the United States are to jriri

for its own particular interests, and yielding Atlantic safe!",and so the u, thanked God I- Island, or rather-the French part"of it, under strong westerly'galeswhich continued without them for each trip -20,000-0r $480,000 per
As we write, we hear under our windows the British protection Their propositions were entermission for t he time following up tp the day annum, for the term of fifteen years. It is tot
nothing to the others except in con joyous congratulations of the hurrying"wayfur accepted, and a British force sent to occupy the of the accident. ')n the 6th January,at noon, a beautiful job? The contractors are. fcert.

sideration of support for its qwn men ers-"She is scfel she is saftj!" Three trernendous post Jemni and St. Nicholas M Je. San- she was in hit. 4 6 12, long, '41 W.itbbwing holding frequent meetings, and it is said tatT
cheers were given by the multitude thonaz: the French commissioner, alarmed at strong gales from W. N.W., At 6,30 P. 31, the are in intimate understanding the DUO.
suros. Thus tho West will not supportthe about the Sun and Herald offices the moment the prospects of the colony falling ;into the engines were stopped, as it was first supposedby facturers demanding more protection, and with

lariffnor the New York Mint, while the glad announcement was made. hands ot Great Brit in,proclaimed the general the engineers, on':account of the ,breaking many members of Congress. I think both thee
"We learn by the that all on board emancipation of all the slaves. This was,:followed of the eccentric strap to.the starboard engine plundering schemes will succeed.
- the North ard East will not pass the passengers by a coalition of the free of color and examination it determined Yesterday !in the Senate
the.Atlantic ,were put on short allowance, for people : on was to go : a biD *" o W I
r- River and Harbor Bill unless the Wes ten days prior to arrival at Cork. with the blacks, to murder and drive out the ahead again, working that engine by hand; but to a third rending, creating the rank of Lieut.
whites. The atrocities committed on tottering another revolution of the wheels] that General by.tmet and
to witness the proved
f "It wag truly a moving sight : authorizing the Presi. tI
will the of the
come to support men meeting between the Atlantic's paasengera and nge, Lelplets, infancy, and womanhood, have the' accident was otis much more sCnQUS. dent to confer, it for distinguished public ser."

ures in which they have an exclusive their friend s at Jersey City,last night. Ludies given to the island a terrible interest ture. The main shaft was found broken com I vices. The object, of the bill was to afford a*
interest. The South threw themselves into the arras of those who The free people of rolor, who united with pleately'through (in a diagonal direction ) the opportunity to compliment Gen. Seott. Tit' I

: huving nothingto had scarcely hoped to see them again in this and encouraged the blacks in their atrocities, bearing of the starboard pill r block and the majority of the bill was very decided,and witk. ,j.

hope from either section, fights at ran. world, with shrieks of joy, and tears were in I hare since met with their merited punishment additional turn aft r lhe"first stoppage jcauset out reference to party, although effort was f

dotn this that the eyes of many -unused to the melting mc. dJ' i in the oppression, banishment and massacre of "Se part of the shaft to lap over the othcrthu, give it a party aspect. G-n.Honstciopposaed "
I ,.opposing or supnui ting The scene throughout the city, but more ...spe which they have: in turn become the victims.It fracturing both pillar blocks and renderingthe the bill, it is said, because Le eons! .
as it for Buncoml'" offices is n great error, into which many hate fallen ers Scott his only] rival for the
policy, may serve oras cially in the vicinity of the newspaper ) engines perfectly useless. The ship wu next 1'raidrner'
I was one of Intense excitement."We to suppose that: the inhabitants of the at once hove to under storm c&nvassthe, wheels i Jn the.House, yesterday.. Ritchie's elai
it with the views of the in-
comports learn from a pissenger by theh'w.tha Eastern or spain part of tho Island had any loshedand, all hands employed during the nigh came up for consideration/ Your Repress. -

divual members. The Mint Bill, in the Atlantic had reached Liverpool when that part in these sconces of Vice and crime, and and for the. following day in sending up her tin,)Jr.Orr, made. n capital speech against fa

4 which New Yell k interested vessel sailed/: which have rendered infamous the very squareyards and stripping her wheels of the claim, and the indications are that it cartfict
was so deeply -
J The commercial dales brought by the Africa. nar&iJ of that beautiful island. Those excesses i floats, task at once difficult and dangerous ina pass. It was, along with the tariff, a conceal!
has been killed, the tariff has were confined entirely to the French part. The. gale of wind, and the decks covered with ice, passenger in the Omnibus Boot, and there usgreat
been and and he River will be found under their proper Lead. Spanish part of the island remained' but fortunately( accomplished without accidea>> deal of cursing here about breach if
crippled dodged, The political intelligence for the most part, I bed, and, until lS2lin, quiet undistur-j On the 7th and 8th, laying to, with the hope faith,_&c.

and Harbor Hill is now receiving unimportant. Soniu. of whose colonies it was in of an abatement of the gale and a change If Congress can appropriate money to tali

rough treatment at the hands of its op The Liverpool Journal of Feb. I, gifts an abstract and mineral production, perhaps the most val}- wind,as the captain and all hands were extremely care of free negroes and insane persons,-*iy
u.ibio, though most neglected. Overlooked and anxious to reach some port on our.own not of all the paupers in the State-why not oral
The correspnndent of the N. I of the Queen's speech, which was to be neglected by the cabine, at Madrid and their the
ponents. coast. Oil the 9tb, the wind hauled to the slaves 1. Depend upon it we are isis
York that delivered before the Parliament the 4th iost. only source of prosperity their commerce with northwest became quite moderate. Iirme fair! way to realise Dr.Fullers idea.of appropriations
Expitss says, on Saturday The summary makes the Queen announce that the other Spanish American colonies,being cut diately made tail and shaped a course for Halifax from the United States 1"Treasury to bay

I last Mr. Tootnbs made "a very demo she zcceives the most from off by the revolt of those colonies in December; ,897 miles distant, and New York 1,400.- up our slaves. Consolidation and negrcpailina
friendly assurances
[- the River and 1821, the Dominicans declared their independence This weather continued until meridian of the are marching hand in hand. '
I gogueing speech against foreign powers-that she is rejoiced at the of Spain,and hoisting the Columbian flag, 10th. when an observation placed the ship ISO

Harbor Bill ; as extravagant and dan- peaceful condition of the kingdom and coloniesand sent commissioners to ask admission as one or miles south and 70 miles west of her positionat SENATOR BEKREKOR THE PanJ UCT.-A

gerou, as involving a principle that that she regrets the depression of agriculture the States of the Columbian Republic. The the time of the accident. A galenow sprung writer in the Macon Telegraph suggests tit,
Republic at that time too much
was "
engaged in
again from the southwest and it became Hon.
up John M. Berrien candidate
in of the counties in os a for tie
would the 'l'reasur '. Tho some England.- the of its and affairs
organization own
swap } speech government necessary to have the ship to, for sven with Presidency in 1S52. In the course of his .
commanded great attention, and produced She alludes to the late Catholic excitement,and I at home to attend to the application of the moderate weather it was evident t.e all that the writer says:-Senator Berrien is probably

; of course reprehends the Roman Catholic distri- Dominicans. Spain, engaged with her other she could do nothing by the wind under can the only man who cant from his peculiar
marked effect the house. colonies, left the Dominican revolutionists to
a upon bution of the country into dioceses. The state vass. At 8 A, M., oUhe 11th a large ship passed position and principles, cement; the party dhi-

The Bill now has in it almost two of the law on this matter being somewhat uncertAin mder hemselves. Boyer, then President to their assistance of Hayti, bound to the eastward, but the either did sions: which have for a time convulsed he Scat, rand
not see or took no notice of our signal of distress give thai confidence and security which
millions, and there is a change that be the Queen recommends to Parliament took possession of the country. The Domini- At 10, P M. after taking an accurate accountof the country now demands t Lap other
rnoie a*>y
cians few in number'and resis-
fore it become Jaw it may run up to immediate attention to the subject, with the unprepared for stores on board, and considering the apparent -i era of its eistance.
ance, were compelled to submit, and fopnd
of home with the
impossibility reaching
three millions. Members who not view of passing a declaratory act defining the that the and the I
are they exchanged neglect res- ship in.her disabled condition, the captain determined
yet satisfed will have more amendments law, and amending itifnecessary. As a whole, trictive* commercial policy 'of Spain for the far with the assent of his officers and The Atlantic.A .

the speech is unusually vague, and it is remarkable more oppressive tyr&ny of the blacks. Under passengers, to bear up for the coast Europe, '
grntlernan of this xvlo Las
and thus probably a this they sutftred till 1843. In that city,
carry great for a studied avoidance of irritating top- yoke year, which was accordingly done. From this time
appropriations thai ought never driven by desperation, a few persons, not over to twenty-second day nothing of importance friends on board the Atlantic, has just
many ics.A a hundred, rose in the night and took possession occurred. We had following gales and high returned from n visit tn New Yoilr,

Co be made. proposition has been issued in Liverpoolfor of the principlegates of the city of St.Do- seas,and the ship made an average distance of made with die especial objEct of ascei-
the establishment joint-stock to mingo. By the influence of some of the foreign 150) miles! and in that interval
Ion, of the Baltimore Sun, speaking company per day, ran 1-, mining him the owners the ptobabilt
residents whose with them
sympathies were 400 mile..
At tbe22dshe anchored
cultivate cotton in Trinidad. The annual 3PM1 ,
of this bill says- crop and who went between them and the Havtien n_Cork harbor, which fact alone, when considering ties in regard to her safety. We are
is istimated at 216 pounds per acre. The Manchester -. garrison in thecitadel,exaggerating their umbers I enaMe to lay l It. fore readers brit
The excitement on the subject of the river ; the immense size of the ship, her small our fly
and harbor Mil is intense. Some of the Western : manufacturers are greatly interested: in and strength,the garrison was induced to spars, light canvass, and heavy machinery, is the information thus obr.ui ed and ue

I members bare declared that the saveragitation )' this proposition, and eo are commercial capitalists surrender before morning came to disclose the sufficient to prove her n splendid} boat, and : have no doubt it will materially allay
will be eclipsed by the river and harbor generally. weakness of the movement. As fast as the Unexpected must add in no small degree to the reputation tile It is .
general anxiety. not generally
news spread through:the the i
i mass,should their favorite project be again country, already acquired by her commander icr prudence
defeated. They will carry the measure in the The 'new houses of parliament have been ominicinns 'flocked to the standard of inde- and sea-manshig. In regard to the con known that some time since, tie

House but may possibly tail in the Senate.- within an ace of sharing the fate of St. Ste lendencc,'drove cut the Haytiens and established duct of her passengers ,under such trying circumstances steamerArtic, of the Collins line, look

One thing apjeais certain-that they will not phen's. A fire broke out in the clock-tower on a republican form of government. too much could scarcely be said.- ire during a voyage, and uas in some

suffer any other important bill to be considered the afternoon of the 27th f January, and for Dominican Republic contains from 15000 ,- Suffice it, that they bore the misfortune with danger for a time. In view of I his, on
souls The number
I until the fate of their project be determined ; to 200,000 Haytiens becoming fortitude and cheerfulness, and tcsti-
a time it was feared that the conflagration wouldbe from 800,000 to 1,000,000. The latter admit lie day bcf ie the Atlantic railed! (rl.m
wishes fled
I and,if the result be adrerse to their on leaving her at Cork, as much sympathy
they will be Tray apt to resist other: measures, most disastrous but it was checked by the no white person to hold any real estate, or enjoy as those who have a more permanent interest New York, the last time, Copt. \\'(' I

which may be immediate interest to some engines before any serous damage had been any of the privileges of a citizen. The form in the good old Atlantic. The Atlantic had onboard lad the whole of the fire apparatus
tections the r is essentially a white government, with a- 550 tons of and considerable
j particular coootl'1.If done. freight, a thoroughly overhauld I and |I'ut ini'.tle'
Congress: should now recognize the prinipl bout the same intermnixtureototber blood asia quantity of specie, which the Cambria was
most perfect order. It is also the ordinary -
1. .regarding the rivers any lakes 06 "in A great fire, involving a loss of property to the Spanish Main.and Brazil. The government bartered to bring ovt rand, probably sailed: from
: land seas,,T and of improving them for commercial the amount of 30,000, occurred on the prrm- Iways has been, and.still is, in the hands of the Cork on the 14 inst., direct for New York. Be- custom tp try this :apparaiu everyday
purposes at the expense of the National whites. The immigration of blacks is proh biII fore the Africa left, arrangements were making po-that u may ahiajs be in good
ises of Bousfield & Son clothers in Hounds-
I Treasury. it will require a sum exceeding the II ted,and whiteiojonists are invited by grants of to tow'the Atlo71lic to Liverpool for the purpose condition. This renders the destruction -

amount of the present annual revenue to carryout ditch, on the morning of tho 27th ult. Fifteen ands, the government paying their expenses being repaired. This will possibly require : of the ship by fire almost imposi-
the principle in an impartial and efficient hundred people were thrown out of employ by I and subsisted till established in their new three months.
blr.! of tbat
I homeS. Apotber fopt irnp tDDce.js
juanner. the disaster. The Africa brings her mails and passengers.
The Dominican have made repeated Applications the when she Liver-
In reference to the contemplated increase of R.V bHUFELDT. Chief Oflicer.An.accoun'.in ship, 6iJ'd!
The Belgian ministers have resigned masse to the United States interfere to puton
en ] -oed for
the London Illustrated lte1r po..I, was provisj ninety days,
the tariff, a letter writer in the X, Y Express end to the invasions of the blacks. Liaring $
in of the immense imposed
consequence expense which all fear of lack
removes a pfpto
that such on application bad been made; ays' :-
AIlThe Protective Tariff people by BO means upon the country by General Brialmont, bt English, 'to anticipate the tardy action of The injury which the Atlantic has sustained, vision?.

.- ciTe up the battle )'d. The outside influences the minister of war. The present war-budget our slower! moving government, proferred their in addition to the breaking of the shaft, is con Another piece of information; was pj).

are large, and about 20 Democrats, it is said, : amounts to 26,689,000 francs-an enormous meditation. The Dominicans, suspicious of the inedtotheloss of her bowsprit* and jibber, ained fiom an experience sea.captnlaof

will go for an Iron and a Cotton Bill that is in I sum &r a small country like Belgium. II. negrophily of England, hesitated to accept the together with much damage to the paddlewheels Boston, who is familiar. with the. Azotes
I and boxes those'at the starboard side =
(offer, lest their doing so might afford a pretext j
-a state preparation, to be affixed to the first A debate in the French Assembly, in which specially almost tp, \vliich i islands the Atlantic \!ii
.!Jill that.opportunity offers. As apportunity for English influence to compel them to submit ,. being completely destroyed: ,
.will offer, a test strength can be msdebut the conduct of the President ansi of the ministry to the black Emperor of Solouqe. The offer We regret to state, also, that one of the fireman generally supposed to Iti, is.

; fbe signs arc too-clear:; that no Tariff Bill can was severely handled, was prolonged forthreedo1'and was therefore accepted only on the condition had his leg fractured by a portiop 'of the brok- hat, although there is abundance of
pass this session. was concluded on the 18thot Jan hut the the mediation.United States and France should joinin ed machinery. coal there\yet the mode of coaling-by

** nary. In the course ot this debate, besides the celebrated society of the ""Amis desnoire," Agricultural: .sourc s of South means of lighters-is so tedious, that

S. A Warning' Voice. ministers, General Cavaignac, Cliangarnier was established about the commencement of the : it would require ten or twelve days foe I

Thieve, Larmartiue, and other members spoke.Th"e French revotulion, for the purpose of ameliorating FJorjdOne such a ship as .the Atlantic to take on
t .The Hon. James K. Paulding one of the condition of in
conclusion which M.Thiersarrived at was, of the most interesting reports submittedto board a sufficient supply In britugtq'N .
f, the wisest and purest men of this country the West Indits. Its leading members were the late General Assembly will be found' York.
.. that a vote favorable to the government WDuld Jriasot Petion Mirobeau Claviere Condorcei w Having obtained her coal, t
4 conclude one of his recent communications be equivalent to the establishment of the em I and most distinguished all, the Abbe Grego-. upon fthe the joint first committee page of Jo-day's paper the agricultural-the report the Atlantic would most piobablysuildirectly

t to the Southern_ Press under pire. The result was adicision against the rie. To their misdirected zeal may be attribu- .inductions of South Florida.upon ,This section is for New York, and we could

the signiture i of "A Northern man ministry by a majority of 139. The number ,I ted all the the crimes island of and JSanto horrors Mingo which, reduced have deslated its- tin:06t ateJ'TQ incognita ecnip Florida,but else.whero'it 'not have heard of her I Iy the Canada,

I 695. is absolutely unknown, and generally arid probably cannot hour of her tbti
of by
rotes was uhabitantsto condition far ,
a slavery worse
.. and A friend to the Union" with this regarded as made up of irreclaimable.morns
A conspiracy has just been,discovered, the bah' ;-which it was, proposed to improve and Africa, due IJt'xtTrek.. It is most reaonably C
and barren eand beds and
desperately sickly
j solemn and; emphatic warning :-Con- barbarism and idola- ,
them into
meetings of which were held at the.Barriere i dunged. again warming with the insect tribe. South Florida to luppo.e'Ih the Atlantic ,;

'It t tionalift. Pigole. At unexpected moment the police ry.". his still exists in Paris largely in- however perhaps, taken as a whole, the will report heiself at New York before>> ,
1 "Iluve lived almost fourscore society most salubrious portion of the wkole North American ..he is_heard I jf from Livcrpcol'andthat I
years; surrounded the house, and ,thirty-six individuals reused in members and influence, and acts,in
continent. And why should not be?
''ft; ,yo'paletl through .everygrade of '
: lift, from that of poor boy self educated subsequently arrested ;'they were delegates .D 5r tain and the United States: .Adopting their fanned by a breeze from the :Atlantic zores or from' an accident lo'bcrenginrj! (

i and, to station iews of humanity-that it is much better that or the UnIt. On such a of if local she may, not arrive for some time to
: self-dependent, a among of the Socia1i
the highest of _the: land \vliichJ iu lithograph, of a democratic char- f the. whole,'than that the island should be divided -, causes: ..corrected of disease,by existed:the marine, they would atmosphere be enir cOme.-P(4zdelphiajiulleijn., -

attained without, the sacrifice,of my acter,.was.sei eJ. 'between two constantly conflating',govrnments. which y constantly pervades 1

,t principles or my independence. ,Louis.Napoleon, finding impossible- to compose ,England and France have some time to ,the .. abmision
"During the whole of-this long pil- a Ministry ,:jQat of; the."P IUa eninri eleraentg of tho: endeavoring Dominicans to SoulonaueWe procure have- South Florida is, beyond comparison,the VEBMOPJT.;-The Legislature l (Kotib f;

rim gf', f have been from habit uiul inclinatioi at his disposal Las had 'toethe been -informed that this view;of the beat sugar growing region of the United States. Carolina
,. recourse' recently capable producing tobacco equal to the !,:previous{ adjourning, passed
)' ,C "Teuantwith\ .books t nd formation of J 'fro subject has alscbeen'adoptcd by tie government '
a Ministry
mpublicIunctI6 U ,
Cuba and ought to much resolution
: towl&rdslupp1i a dir.ecting-tic! : | Governor
bsve thus added, to the experience of I of the United States; and that aspecir.lagent t
ari who .Th' the Union'with finest oraogtaand'pineapples.
are not r t : Times ing
prtaent 1'eS ,
ftlongliCe.the' f 1 lesson of ,.the past; and stigmatizes the of the il'about.: to'uJI in the Barajjac to unite Those now raised in St.Lucie and'Orange to send .back to J he; Governor, men new cabinet as thensolLttleknowntofamet1tat with the French and English to
)agents. :accomplish
fromthfo.experience- those lessons counties,' are said to be ofTe.r superior the'resolution of that Stale 'witb. r. I
nothing,can be an this object. ,, size and flavor. ,South Florida at this moment .
I Jm i inevitably l brought to the conviction ticipated from them.: :these rumors be true, and the DominicanlepubHc affords. the best opening,the, man. of, tho following ,declaration, ; f" ', r

that the people of the ,South. Jiave should then be' fused down into a-proinceof ndastry"Without jcapital, :of any-country young: : in "North Carolina knorvs'tn&welltbatwli'atI J

pow nothing defend on Cor. heir faturenfety tho Haytien Empire"past experience the world. Selecting a small rich of ]
; spot
is due
easy herself
but u.nitrd-isclion in self-de COST,or 'OVA Aiur Ann, NAVY.-In the last65e.1J" plainly points' out :whA.t'm berthe unhappy access to navigable watersand stocking it with to to'TeCeiVpfrtin! .a i:
fate of its white inhabitants.;' sister Stale yeoluiiopiofib j characi : }
it &
is estimated, on the authority of of pine apploplants and trees,in the course .. '
I.eD e..: By ,this th l.\V.il1 preserve !iheinjieltesand documents, that our'-military establishments of a fewyearr'he would orango be placed in a position ter, w.en ,.tjio State so adopting andtransmitting' f
S : the Union. All other n" hare subjected to ::1any'oftbe.blacks of.Hayti have lapsed t
pes us tin 'expenei'otat or ease and trift, from the yearly product of his them has been the first in .
.i&iiLUe.1I other;'expedients' but 'dng.c lc&.t:$9 ,OOOooO. The Jfavy has cost'about into Withes.ldolatryworsbipping'" .' 'aerpeiitiand, other ground; ? or he would findperhaps: equally the confederacy to 'assume 'tp' .herselfthe J

gersturnasinSt '!their'-own. SSOjOOOjODO more, and yet the talk at Washington fit disposition of his,timesnd! labor, in the of
right the Constitutionof
'Tb ymustabsertheir own,;ighand, is that we should still further increase the n- The Pension\office have,decided. that manufacture of arrow,root-TaJlaJiasseeScntinel
and the United States
Army Navy establishments with tie' } where.a soldjer.engaged .to serve six: :months and tinging.int4
for have (
; proteetribemsclvcs, they no : > rritory:And growth.of; and actually served four, and hired substitute '$*-Itis'smilathat'Kssuthhas'coniniuniczj.: jeopardy the aiiiJjzfiy'ofthe: ".

: -- other:'protectors. The brand of.fanaticism for tho,remainder,-both are entitled to Boun- ed .this government, entreaty' for: its, Interference Onion," "

: is applied l to the homes of the Ling' A/rrAM Ftb. 5- Gen., Cass' I.lindt according to actual umount of service with the Turkish OovernmentjnfayorOfhjs' : : ..

people, and must' be;: quenched now or has..been re-elected o..the U.'S, senate rentlena... Bat a man who enlisted: (or.only rel: iss'and hehai expressed his desire The child is the,mirror of'ihcaduU. %
/ three months and did not back out but.served to come to tbcUnited. ,jStates. Mr.Webster will '
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: :Grcat Incitement in Boston J r '"Tbe :Future." ;, I Items 'of CaliforniaNews. ." :The Joston 'RiotPresidentFill- S : \-The-Irish. Exiles.'' $ "

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\ Arrest of another Fugitive Slave Under this head the National Intelli ; The
: ,"''' gencer has devoted :its" two last hebdomadal instant contain some items of California Our telegraphic i dcipatchy"iera8r: written by.a gentleman residing in Van

l HIS-RESCUE ',.A.. MOB. leaders to the ,affairs ofbouthCarolina. news brought ity l the steamer,Mexico. gave a_brief account_ of the, revolutiona Dief uui' Land* mun be interesting lo
" : ', The Intelligencer is a daily proceedings of the Boston'mob, and the families: friends, :and admirers(

I jffrrut of another Fugitive Slwe-Jliot paper but .it only ha! political: inspirations The dates from'San Franciscoby the of President Fillmore's Proclamation, tbe exiled lush leaders; *-

: and Rucue of the Fugitive. on Saturday and then they come Mexico are January 15, being' fifteen calling upon the'people of Boston, and ."In'your last you inquired 'aoxi-ojily!
:1 like,aN rth.Eater 'long and heavy.It .- later' the military andcivil authorities in that .
days than. heretofore..received. for Meagher.. 1 most tell you now_ that
. The N. Y. Herald has a telegraphic. ; opens! its second article J by a brief. .Tbe Legislature of the State met at vicinity, to: 'maintaing"'iho laws of the we are oa the jnost intimate terms with

. de'paicb giving the following particular I summary of the first, shoxving,how"easy San Jose on the 7th January,- when tbemessage I country. la another.column will,be, all the' x les.Ye: have met: Meagher,
rt of the Boston Riot, of which we it is all the of of its }lumbering found fuller account of the proceed
L 10 put sense_ one of (;or. Bui,net was delivered.It Martin, and 'Mitchell. The.two,latter
.! have already published a brief account. sermons within a small' ings of the mob, which we extract from
very is a !'fsome length, commencing stationed but a few minutes' walk.from
; BOSTON, Feb. 15, lS$I. compass. Here it is : I ,with a brier'UUiiou to the iheN.Y.Jftni/if. this. As to Meagher, we went twenty
: Marshal Riley ami assistant second act of the Drama of Rev- While the 'friends of the Union everywhere I '
Deputy formation of the constitution, :and the five miles to see. him, to the lakes, tbu
l ', arrested at Corn Hill Coffee Houseto- oJution! proposed to he played out with struggle for admission to the Union will, be shocked and staidedatthis trysting placeywhere the three distitctsmeet 4

If' da}-, one Fredrick Wilkins, a negro in the Slate of South Carol inabns open. paying n _tribe to tbe principles of American high-banded outrage of the blacks ,',but after all were disappointed
issued by Ihe U. S. ed. The first act has ended the Members and ttbolitionisis Boston, they will be
: waiter on a warrant i liberty, with a pledge on behalf It seems hard, cf the governhilerat''to:
I" (.ommiSSilfler. G. T. Curtis, on a complaint to compose the State Convention, California that she will make amends gratified at, the promptness with which, confine each to one district, after they

t' that said Wilkins is a fugitive uhich is to expel thc Government of the for the unfortunate excitement she un- the Piesident of the United States has had given their parole not to escapeHowever ;:-

:t" slave. He was taken with no opposition United States, are chosen. In what I wittingly caused iu the old States, by charged his duty in the premises. An'overt ,they do not adhere strictly to

: ; and earned immediately to the U. mood they have beenchosenand is j her devotion to the Union: love ofj j justice act rebellion has been committed the wishes of the government.. .
" S S. Court room. consequently expected of them by thooe and nnd! the President has exertedhis
j spirit of conciliation towardsher "Soon after our excursion to the,lakes,
, The news of the arrest spread rapid. who have controlled the election, we 1 sister tates. The.#/to California official authority to suppress the Meagher visited BoihxveJI, with Li. '_

ly, and the Court room was speedily endeavored to chow, in our number of rsaysit utterly disagrees with the well riot aud to punish the offenders. After friends Mitchell and Martin! We then
l filled by a large
: spectators. examination, however ,selected from leading papers of the I reiterated, for the exculsion of all colored perpetrated, the President, in his pro- getting a fine boat built, to. beg il& bis

: quietly. Seth J. Thomas ap- S te.Secessionond.. persons fr.'mthe State ; and will clamation, says.- time on'the. lakes, and he Is about building !-

I neared for the claimant, und l\It'ssrs. withdrawal of the I not acknowledge the soundness of'his Now, therefore, to ,the end that the a hermitage on one of.ihe inland, ,
; -, Smalf;: r, EliasGrcy, Caring, and others, Stale of South Carolina alone from the arguments in ibis point, or admit the authority of ibo laws may bo maintain. where he purposes residing. He asked

" for tbe defenre. Union, seems now to be the settled pur- question of slavery] will ever be agitated ed, and those concerned in violating Miss1-, a friend of mine, to goup and
From the documents offered by the pose of.thosevho are able to commanda within the borders of California. them brought to immediate condign christen his boat, which is to be called

-claimnnl, it appeared that -the accused majority of votes in tho Convention, TheCiovernor recommends anamend- punishment, I have issued this .riy proclamation Speratizn. in complement to the fair

was the pioperty of John Drbree, Purser as they had done of tbe votes in tbe ment of the criminal laws of the State, calling on all wen! disposed poetess ; bat as xve all agreed,that_ ,tile
in the U. S, Nilv.f Virginia, and Legislature which authorized it." and favors capital punishment for robbery citizens to rally to the support of the weather is ti-o cold for ladies to travel,

lhat escaped in May, 1850. The If the Intelligencer never deviates und grand.laiceny. There is not laws of the country, and requiring and we deferred the christening till spring.

deposition was to the effect thai the farther from the truth than in the state much else of importance in the message. commanding officers, civil and military "Smith O'Brien, who, you knot, refused -'
claimant had seen the pnsioner in Bos. mentsabove, it will deserve to rank who shall be found within! the'vicinily his parole, is cqnfined to Maiiire-

S ion and conversed with him, when the high among chronicles of the times.- Indian troubles have broken out in of the outrage, to aid and assist by land, but is now allowed ,more liberty ..J

pri-oner acknowledge that he had escaped We have not yet got quite all the returns the southern mine, but tbe _JJlta Cah- all means in their power quelling this than at first, having a horse to ride
from Norfolk. The counsel for of the election for the Convention, and other such combinations and to.assist
thinks do beautiful
S forn>a they tot amount to about the island, which a
the defence asked for a postponement but the result can be stated with sufficient much though! a great deal ..f excitement the Marshal and his deputies in recapturing one.
p in order to testimony. This The Convention the above mentioned prisoner;
ptepare certainty. con- on the subject has been crea- "LUitcheli'scountenanice_ is very fine,
, was granted, and Tuesday next, at 10 aiflsof i 167 members-equal to both and I d.. especially direct that 'prosecution has variety expression; ho has

.A. :Ml,was assigned for lire examination. Houses of the Legislature. Of these ted.A beautiful mt'dal, intended for Hen be commenced against all persons the stamp great of a leader. His health is
The Deputy Marshal then ordered we think we are quite safe saying xvho hat made themselves alders andabeu'ers
ry Clay, has been made by Messrs much improved by the climate.
the room to be cleared fir spectators, 127 are, in the words of the (Intelligen Jacks, of San Francisco. It is two and in or to this flagrant orfencrj. "Martin is a great favorite with us
done. The is.iner i- and I further command that the District
which was gradually pi cer, distinctly and unalterably fur"SE. '
.1 half ;inches in diameter, and weighs all-he is so kind, frank, humble and
remained in the custody of a dozen CESSION and withdrawal of the State On Attorney of the United Stales, und all
. I something more than two ounces. honest hts health is also good. Thev
men, as, by a law of ths ?:tiite, the j of South Carolina alone from the Union" other persons concerned in the administration all
.ne side, around the edge, is engraved are on the most friendly terms with
jail cannot be used to impiison fugitive or, if the Intelligencer) is modest and on the upper hnf! "Cnliforllm, admitted of the laxv of the United States, the neighborhood- Three daj s-never I. \vould prefer their description by another cause the for egoing offenders, and all
Sept. 9, 1850, and beneath, "C ity of pass that we don't see some of them*-
counsel \\ishinp to consult with. hand,-they are men who, as an old Sun Francisco. Oct. 29, 1850," the latter such as aidedabetted, and assisted themor /t few days we had a great laugh at
him, they were readily admitted to the I friend (rum tie country said to uses being the dale of ber Admission shall be found! to have harbored or them; they got tired of tl-eir lodgings,

room to ill- ,number! half n dozen.- f terdny, "have made up their minds that Celebration.The concealed such fugitive contrary ,to lawto (anything but comfortable,) took a collage -

They remained about mi hour, and in t the Federal lioxernmenl is a cursed following gold news is from the be immediately arrested: and proceeded and kepi house three days exactly

the I meantime a huge crowd) of negroes bad bargain, which it is high time to JHia California with according to ]law. The first evening :they came and pour-.,..
guhereil upon the outside, !blo king up I gel rid of." These men go for secession Tu'only-seven miles beyond the This is plain language and to' ,the ed out their household griftsat our .fire-

the rtiiratice t.. the conn lOom ; and as I by the :Sidle alone, because there Tiinity there, is a beach several milesin point, and it now remains to be seen aide ; they' next went to our friends
the door was "pni-d to let the last lawyer run be no other secession than by the and bounded whether the people of Massachusetts
I extent, by a highbluff. the- ; the third, Mr. Mitchell,,declared -
J leave the room, the mob from \vi.b- States as individual sovereignties and will sustain the C-bicf: Magistrate of the
The samls of this beach are mixed with he could stand longer, and
out suddi.nly rushed in, seized, and because: the withdrawal from' the Union gold to an e.xtent'nlmost beyond belief.! Union in enforcing obedience to the returned, bag and baggage bis former, .

knocked: doun the officers in keeping, will thus ire every stage of the act be The sand is of two kinds-a One black laws, or will permit the law to be set housekeeper, declaring that no house '

and filled! the Court room 'i lie prisoner under the sanction of the supreme au annul nnd a grey sand. The grey sand at open definance, and the Executive could be kept without a woman." .

himself: was frightened at their dem I ihority, and give to secession the same can be separated very easily fiom the authority be contemned by a mob'of A subsequent letter_ contradicts tit*
oni.c and fled, with Ihe} of will negroes and,theit white aiders and abelters. ,
nppearnnre basis and support sovereign black sand, and this seems to be a desirable of Mr. O'firine's attempted escape '
cry of murder, to the fur ther end of the I exposed in the same form as the act object.! Thegold ismixcd with the The friends of the Union in I' report, for which the writer says here fs S
nxtn. by which 'South larolina entered the Georgia will await the result with no
I black sand in proportions of from ten nOt the least ground.
HI was howerereciJied by the mob Union. common interest. -
I cents to ten dollars a pound. At times,
who had! speeilly silenci the opposition I A minority of the Convention consisting when the surf is high, the gold is not It is, hoped that this affair will watch has been
nA. magnificent pre.enti j
of the few il lfirtrF( iu tire roornnnd, S of, we think, less than forty, are easily discovered, but in the spring of result in the settlement of the question by : eyoaopmen of California toSttyhea A.

taken in triumph doun the s'nirs, ami opposed to the speedy action of the the jear, after a succession of calms, of the supremacy of federal law framedto Do Rss, autho of the bill f or Ibe admission uf
into the 1 tiMiipt t.* follow, and with sho-ilfc of triumph imagine there are forty sub- and Mr. Collins stitution. But for the bad faith of Massachusetts lowed to subscribe a sum exceeding fire cents
yellow gold. she Sec.
towards the object and the subscription consisted -
the nu>!> burru'd oUith the fugitive mixsionUts in the Convention. \\ e arc in excluding fugitives' from ,
I retary of tbe Pacific Mining Company, of$300. The watch is a limiting &eJ"1I -
and wete last sern in the Vicilli.1: certain there are not ten members who measured a pink of gold and sand; her jailsthe revolutionary and disgraceful i one side of which are the arms of the state of
ty -of Belknap. street, where will not unhesitatingly, affirm both of ih and esiitnatesil: will yie.ldto each member proceedings of Friday last would Illinois-on the reverse those cf California.It .-
chiefly on i'gate. f fV following propositions : 1. That the State of the Company the little sum never have occurred. We love the was manufactured in New York.

\ bile (lie m.-b was in the e..urt r-'oni as one of a Confederacy of sovereigns, of $43OOOOOO-and this snug estimate is Union, and dread to contemplate its dis

die! ..uurdof the Marshal, hangingin I has the clear right to secede and, 2, formed upon a calculation thai the sand solution. But 'we feel that no sane [Circuit Court, Eastern Circuit
ihe sheath over his desk, was drawn by''i ien that the action and position of the Fed' holds be man who is an observer. passing event '
out to one-tenth as rich as observation Florida in Columbia County.- "
.* of them and flourished over the I eral Government aUord. ample justification warrants them in pupposing. can escape ihe conviction that unless ,

)head* of the officer afterwards for the exercise of the right. They The Pacific Mining Company (the this disorganising spirit is !=hecked- Nucy CoW. ) ) Chancery> SJaziit

found in the reel. Tile mob showed I i; think it politic to put off decisive action adventurer of the Chesapeake have unless a reaction in public sentiments, C.C0OL V Bill ofbivurce.

no etpons though a number of the negroes till the other States, or some of them, banded themselves together under this North and South, can be effected-its appearing to'the satisfaction of the Coon,.

boasted of having revolver in get ready to juin us.Ve do not agree title) found some nineteen men at these days are numbered. The patrIotism IT that the ])eendantJohn, Cook,is a mm resident .
their potsefrsion One negro, in his with them, but feel no inclination to diggings. The men had no disposition and justice of the people of the Northcan of the Stateof Lloridaand that LU plao
flight, dropped his knife. neat their opinions with di8resp ct.alld and may perserve it } but without residence is unknown the Complairant.It -
: to dig, for ibegold! was all ready for : ordered that the said Defendant do
There w ere several white persons in : !-tililess to clues them with the few who a re-establishment of the mutual confidence u appearand
them whenever they felt disposed to I plead, answer, demur to this Bill with
the mob, but they
act in the rescue. The rescue.of course centre, and believe thatthe Government of the roads that they could not takeaway Union was originally founded, confessed; provided jrablication be made cf thu..
caused great excitement throughout can do no because it has ALL THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL GuVERNHENT order as the law directs. -
wrong than 75 100
more or pounds apiece
the City, as one of ihe most daring out.rages millions its CANNOT HOLD IT TOGETHER, (Signed,) THOS. DOUGLAS,'
forty a to squander on
year -an amount too ti i ifling for consid A true,Copy Test, Judge. $","-
upon law and order ever enacted.It favorites. The minority in the Convention eralion. They bad erected a comfortAble S.. SCACBOROUUll,C. tt.
I i ic thought impossible to re,Arrest the as a body, will not be opposedto lug cobin and designed watching Scene in a Justice'Room b.lV'31 t IMarch 1'Sl.J 3m
fugiiive, at his friends have no the majority but only a'little in the -
this claim till spring and then take
The Hartford Times vouches for the- '
doubt hurried him ...fl.crc this NoticeS
to the rear of it and *hen the decision is .
S a ship of the 'gold] and travel l to
Canadian frontier. U. S. Marshal De. made they will, with few exceptions, truth of ihe following story. HEREBY giren that four weeks from- date
where the metal
come was not .
,vcnl is absent at \V nsbinrrtoll. take their place with! the foremost in its country "Pat Malone] you are fined five dollars I shall apply to the Hon the Jadge of Probate -.
so abundant. Mr. Collins. saw a man Alachua for ONft-
for assault and battery on MikeSweney. for the county an. to
defence. The act of secession will be who had accumulated_ fifty thousand! ." sell the Iota in the town ,ofiewnansviJle.YI&.
Sir .John Franklin. emphatically the act of the whole Stale, pounds.or fifty thousand tons-he diJ "1 have tbe and belonging to the estate of Jfranci R. Sanchez,
and her will, unite in defendingit money'an my.pocket, deed.,late of AlacLua.
., .
i.ot recollect which f tbe richest kind
Despatches have been received at theAdmirajiiy "to the last extremity. I'll pay :the" fine it your honor will gave flL'fl_JaJ. 1.1r H. as.rPtTv7, .., n.\A.4.J..... .
from, Captain Kellett, C'.. 13. V. Intelligencer' devotes- the moit I of black' sand. mo the resale." ..1.1831.; 4w ,
.&it tier Majesty's shjp .Herald, dated at : Gen. Wilson says that thousands of "Wegive 'receipt I.ere.Ve just S
ofits article review of the
?ea the J4th (;fOctob 'r-185Oon, his return to a : consequences men.cannot exhaust, this gold in thou take tbc money.. You will,.not be called Auctioneers
(rom Barring Straits. The Herald secession to the State,such sands of years, and he gives all who second firne.for fine."
upon a your requested to notice the follcrrrfeg Jt t
S had communicated with her Majes.S as it imagine. they ,will be.Ve_alsoshall doubt bis statements the liberty of go "But your honor, I'll not be wanting ARE Assembly.; All who jesire to harr

ty's ship P/over/ on the lllih of Julyat have occasion to examine and ing and ascertaining for tbeD :iels.. S to pay the ,same without 1 gel a re- their terms exten4ed according to Section 3 of
Cbamisso Irlan.Irh) re the PIover bad weigh these consequences, and we mny sail.'* the Act,must give new bonds.. -

passed the preceding xvinter. The,two also notice a point which omits,the mention Intelligen DECISION REGAHD 'TO LAND,\V R-' 11 Wliat) 'do'you want to da,with u ,?" JOHN 0 Cb"JI BE.,ftlh f 1; .,

-ships proceeded to the nortward until all cer to inadvertently wit the to of secession at BANTU FOE. SUBSTITUTES.The Washington "If your, honor ,will write one and Tallahassee I February 21, 1S3- .,\
- they sighted the Pack ice, wjien! the consequences Republic understands it. has I give it me, I'll tell ye." *
the Federal Government. These
Herald returned to Cape Lisburne, in upon been decided by 'the Pension office. "\V eU, there's: your receipt. Now AN.WTcmerdatorvoftkcseztalACti i.e in- e
" latter may come into disfigure cou. -: force relating to tft: appcintm and duties ef
quest of Captain Colhnson'* expeditionand that, were. a, soldier engaged to serve what do you'want lo do with it V' '
found all its calculations of'ih-e ( Auctioneers. S
on the 31st fell in with her" taJel.1J' ot- six months, and'' actually served, four "ullittehl yourlionor.. Tessce one of SECTION 1. Do it enacted by tM Senate andHouse

. thip, Investigator, which' had made mer. months, and then hired, a substitute these days I'll be.afier dying, and -whenI ofepr.esentaliw of,the Sute Florida

a surprisingly! short passige of 26 days WHAT'S IN.A Naau-! We -notice, atnong I who,.served the )residue of the term, get to tbe.'gate Heaven, 1MI rap,_and in Geceral Assembly convened. That the tax

from the Sandwich Islands. The Her- tbe proceedings! the Legislature both'are entitled. ,bounty; land,under .St Peter"will YVli '. >there I'-and upon the Auction sales amount shall of sales be ,two except per oa centa'sales.,r

|l aid remained i ru.i1go.ffCnp.e! Jjisburne Missouri, that a Mr. Campbell has the. piovisioos! of. the. act,of .September ,I'll.say It's me. ,.Put, Mal nean.l'1e'iI.; cotton'upon not gross damaged,upon which tLero_6b&JJ_
t and again, fell!! in with the Plojer oh' the presented a' petition' from Dr., Ciaton, 28,J850 according u.the actual amount say"wbaL do you want!' tind 1'1l "yl be a tax of one half of one per ctnt.Srct .'

J-B 13tb of August, pn'Jier :morn. from praying' for, changing the' name.: of his' of service rendered., want to, come in/ then ,he'll} say,.fditl 1 : 2. Be it further enacted, That no tt .
- Point,Barrow, Coinmaq4er Moore havt son ',TAoBuu,fenion ,C"raton to', Thomas. S yon behaver'yourself lUcIa dacent)<>y Auction sales ahallbe tssesrfd or letied ty
t jog coasted.In.bit boats, and minutely Jefferson, C rat on. The jyution stated. 'Now( Billy, my. deer, you'must give i :i iojbe olher worldand'pay! all ytiulittle any county,o? incorporated' twenty-fire: town: or city centum in tfiii UJK' I''
Slate grea.ttr'Jhan jper
ft examined the several, inlets -as far. as nt length the reasons for the 'change.: your, little sister half_ of y.urapple.<< : '-' fines and such things!, 'ami( .,I'll say, *yes ,ontbetatetax., .. .; }! .
t that point (rpm Ic) Cape'without gain. that:.Bentoq had'deserted.bis principles t'I .don't,xvaot to;.1 moiber." \"Ye, ,do. -y"i'iolintsstL paid, ,all, of them,'and SEC;'3. J5o It further' enacted, "Thas atjAuctboecrswho

i lug any impjjigeuco. of the missing,ex. and was. longer. worthy of respect,: my dear; that's a good boy. It;i*more, ,then: heMl-.want to .seer the .resales,and hae heretofore bteo ppo irt- S

" peditiou. (Commander Mo !e'and lustuont's : and";that'the petitioner! : Jelt .disgraced, blessed' to;give than to -receive." **Nah ,I'll put my;Kftnd ..tnlo my pocket" and tea expired according,and,to all law'Auctioneers,::ndcommiadonLaeflot who shall hereafter ,-. .

crew fad 'suffered<< t jsevcrely' from in having one of his'. children to, biur ain mother, not :always There'isomego !lake nut my'fresate, ,'ana.give it} to,litm yet .be appolnleo> hold there:office during
l crp Captain e' T1iutiiion quite. ; and Vll,not, 'have: *togo; plodding over tbo pcrio; of*ix years, from.
ingJuliyctuahIcd the Plover, oidered nbre..:ein'the ,Bouse. 'Ihe: :Benion-; takebut'zot: : ft ,\Vbt.things: lieU to-Jvid yu' hono to et,one." appointtu.entPfiitld; That all'.:Auctioneers i
I .lirr to tinier lie '( Harbour her ; then nowdearVmother.1 '* '"""A g&d4witppzngj ;;" lpntedbAG0TcP4a7P! therecesa of
Jraulley! ( .men \ve&eryindIgnnnrasidDrmoved ; Kin? ,) : ) ,their 'ocs
, 'f urmtr anchorage at Clmmi&so; Islaud it, ibulablevaiidcaf-1 *' 'Oyoit naugbtyljoy'l" :Wnttkft 4i i::-'We tow a.dnmken mtt:'lastereniog the GewterdCuJemhI.1..h.a1l'. IOt&
to Tay .
upon: ,.. hisown onl>,unliTthe;end of tb. session of tb G ne*. ,.
watchman to ,
trjiflg &
i not brjng considered safe,) and thpu returned -; led for tfie mid Motion to, gpt after !'data> of their
: ts nays.hay : '! .)1TckeWit,5.: oil bachelors aswfth shadow' _. His*cojaplii&t wss that MI ill- ral Assembly: DU 1'--
j: ip:{h'e-.- jpulMvard, on,his.. way to un'.tbe table- failetinu4., tire petitionS otii,wood. |t rs hard to'get them st&rtcd looldn'g ecoxmdret kept following him.-Battf* IBee. polnt ent., '" S S
I I Euz1...; .;; ud_ ." S :: :, S ... .referred. to''a Sel Committee- -. .' -1"c i but when th.t/doflametbeybuthpr; ; djg ri l.r.>., i (Approved hy,the(Jorernor, Jan. 13, 1851, '

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I AXB..:TUBFarmer's .OP.. :-New-Orleans & Mobile -- ; "
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::1 5. {' .> Guide.nrd ., !!MLJflVfNTELQODS.; .: > .. the '
c.'j ; THE CopnrtnresUp heretofore existing un : \ xpres3, '. Office over large Store of
Z: '
Vcett *: Va f : CU&ETON TTUS 4HARHI3 Messrs. HOLMM& Co
I the firm of : !B'ruBVERr: STEAMSHIP; .
'- ; l"* : '*o,>54, oott ST.. ncvrrowc, is thii'day dissolved by, mutual.con. 'T HE subscriber hu'now.onltind'and.ofl'ersfor .) '- ,{. .,.. OfposUe the Masonic Lodge on Say Strut'
sent. sale at reduced prices,a new and : c : :orricEa': \
Continue' t IcTpublish tbe'four lead ing British very practice in the several \Co
:Quarterly EviewsandBlckwoo4'e Magazine; CURETON, TITUS :&' HARRIS. well selected stock. of Fall and,Winter Goods, Ko: '19 Wall Street, New York,, and WILL, Eastern; 'Circuit of Florida ft tjj j4*

I .- 'ia addition to which they hare .recently com.' Jacksonville,Dee 20th,4850.\ (Ci|ii4) comprising .every' article of in theory Articles Goods selected 'St.t:: thuilei Hotel r, N..Orleans tend to the collection 'claims againVtiv
zaenced the of, rolaable.Agricul- line with an assortment Fancy '
,publlcatioa a -- States for
.. y Military forHoonU
:The' sincs heretofore d from' .th&1nost' Fashionable Houses.He .- Mobile! Agentt M. BOULLEMETJ3" .
b ndcut the
by ,
,tira1work. ; called the! } c or:other lost
: abovcd 'nathed firm'will be 'henceforward conducted II&B made',arrangements:'to have goods arrive Every'attention paid to the collection ojDrajtr said , destroyed- blJ- troo 1
j. "FarmerswGuide to,. 'Scientific. by and under the firm ofCURETON weekly, which will enable him to 'keep his! ..Joiute. .. Also,claims Pensions disabled r--t,.
& TITUS. stockcompleto. 1&
and Practical Agriculture, Jacksonville! January 1851. Thankful for the'patronftg he'has receivedhe PENSION, AWD BOUNTY, .I ,LAD. or Widowiiand Orphans of deceasedxUw

By XNRT SrEratts, p. 'B. 8, of Edinburgh assuresbis old friends that they can find just f"r the pffieera and soldiers of the AJo-,claims and the for WIdows, BountyLand and tosoldiers cfficrrTS! ?

ftnthHor of the'"Book ''of rAe Fam&0., &c. Hatha.waysSkrLighIDagocrrc:111 wbit': they want at the Brick Store, at prices OBTAINED.. ,. 'war..or their legal repteaenta.ii"H. officers and soldiers. Orphans ofd'* *
Assisted:by Jont! P. .NO&TOM.-l\L) A., New HaTn -. that cannot fail to suit. He would say to those _c Also will his :\

.. Professor of Agriculture in Yale Pavillion who intend purchasing: that be is always ready: ; Tensions for'life,for widows such officers and to gite attention to con'f11Z1f.!
examining Titles! and
College &c.,&c. will continue open for some days longer, to ac ,and willing to show; hisgoodifeelingel1fl55U1- soldiers whomarrired' previous to.1800. ing claims to Lands. ecord'lul&Ut.,. C
I The work'is being published in Semimonthly conjmoJate persons who have engaged Picture ed that they cannotbe beat. The stock consists ,

Numbers,'of 64 pages eacbf'exclusive of the anF'thers. I In'ptrtof ]B3<. All business attention entrusted and all to him '1fill'mttt'prompt &

Steel eng rlngs, aud is sold at 25 cents each JjA: lot beautiful Pins on hand Colored niitl black silks:. Plain and Figuredf widows;. ; instruments ottd, t
For the surviving or the ,or minor tine will be executed by hint with
which En !lillh, French and Aniericti :, ; nettaea
or $:i,for the entire work in.numbers, of 'Jacksonville,Jan. 111851. r ) fry quality ; lil.aespatcb.
there will be at least twenty-two. Printi.;:-Jeimy; Liml") Ball Drrnses;,White ami BlueEibrulertil children deceased_officers and privates, *. .

The British Periodicals lle-publishdd are as ; f CJ.lIl'IIIwh; Cashmere and Deline who served in the JacsksonvilIe.Jan.25,1851. t.f'WI
- 'Daguerreotyphes.JI ShwwUV"rKe.. Collnrs f WnrMrd Hoods; Pln.lFitt"iedCii t'..

follows, viz: .a I !'Miiirr5; Cloilm; Votings; ;.Green and! War of 2312, with Great Britain ; the M M.\ TUUNiiIf
"The London Quarterly Review, Hariicd would respectfully give B'!..f Bcrare ft.rveio\Vliit! ,.arid! KedFlanelv.ScotcDmp in ,
War of the Indian
'*, (Cojuertativ.c) notice to the public that he has opened 'r: Kentucky JrltllO! ; KernervV;TWI'f'dVJ ttt Mexican ; or any A ,(D T .
rooms at the CourtHouse where he will be happy FilL ami Cnljired'HarMlkerrliief; ; *.ate".ryprj.-e ; LatlSesaml War since 1790.

..The, 'Edinburgh Review. to wait upon all who would have their LIKLNE&iES ;- Gents!' Neck Ties; Frinjre'; Glmn)ami But Terms moderate, where the claim! is established, AND'COJJJI.. 8'Ot raertfiiAnT. I

(T.) ;:; well executed.. C&lllAod examine his tons fortriniinp;'Velvet Ribbon; KM Gloves! ; otherwise no charge. .. _North Commercial Wharf, '

Tne North British Review, specimence before going elsewhere.Master's *: Silk H"ve.*;, !."ill.1 Fancy t\Vork Boxes; The Subscriber also appointed Agent in the District -" -
Free-Church. V n"es; Frenrli Exirarts; German CulogiiP! ; Knives; Columbia for the J. IKcROBEKT 11AthjjaOINiY. ;
e ( )
Sriniiors Ko/orn, &r.&r..with tnnyother articles
p.- Westminister. Review, Sale of Valuable Real ihe Fnnrv; line.IIMI nuuierous to mention.B3 British Commercial Life Insurance : ( ) .: I

r. (Libe'aiand) :: C-U anti see. WM,.P DEWEES. Company, AND ,j

Estate. October 19, IS50. tf.JI ,and of Parliment. COUNSELLOR flJACKSOSYILLC
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.. Established 1820 empowered act LA"' .

(Tory) VIRTUE of:a decretal order of the District ISCCCVCfl. .for ilie insurance of Lives.and the endowment E. FLA.
j 'BY of London,New York of\VashfngUmCitj.CAPITAL .
Terms. Court of the United States fcr th WILL practice in the
1.. ONE dozen faliional l black Silk hilI" Courts of the Eatfta
I Per ann. Northern District Florida, made oa the 14th do d<' Military Cloth Caps with 93OOOOOO. Circuit, in Hamilton county of the tuiddla Gcnit. .
p For: any one of the four Reviews : : $3.00 day of June, 1849, the undersign, a Musu Cover*. Communicntions adds eased ta the subscriber in Ileuton awl Hillsboro' counties of
I For any two do. : : 5.00 in Chancery of said court, will viler for sale at do do Glazed Caps. Washington, D, C.,will receive 31.prompt atten .io. Southern circuit, in theSupremecourttf4 lit

For any three do. : : 7.00 public auction beiore' the Court House, in the Silk Umbrellas. THOMPSON h a'see,and in the 1.1 nired States District
For all four of the Reviews : : 8.00 Town of Jacksonville, in the county of Duval .Boot Shoes &c.,&.c. Attorney. Law and Commissiover of Florida; and will prosecuteclaims agahatft IIIIzt '
Blackwood's : : 3.00 on the 21s the For sal e low. Deeds/or North and South Carolina.
For Magazine, Tuesday day January nett. United States before and '
WM. p. DEWEES. P. S. Refer,if ,tutheHeadtnf Congress Depcu
necessary Depart ]
For Blackwood and three Reviews, : : 9.00 I foljowiug real estate ofUeorge Kiugsley deed, ,and Members : ments at Washington
1850. tf menu Congress generally.Washington J
ForBlackwoodan.hhefourReviews: : 10.00'For to wit: October 19 ---.. ., -.-- Cujr.November, 1050. 2m Being located at Jacksonvclle/or tye,befl(n
Farmer'a Gu'de (complete in 22 Nos.) $5.00 DRAYTON ISLAND PI1 IIC NOTICE. give his entire and unremitting attention u 1ia

(Payments to be made in all cases ia Advance) Situated on Lake George containing seventeen BOOKS of subscription to the capital Just ICccicvec! per Brig Egyptian 11 'profession, and all business entrusted ta q

Money current in the States where issued hundred ((1700)) acres,more or le&j-valuable THE of the Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road from New York, a choice supply of care shall meet with prompt attention.
for its situation the its provisions consisting of J. McKOBERT
of soil aud ,
quality BAKEB
in the ot St.
will be received at par.J3r Company will be opened City ')
Remittance and communications should for its Orange lemon ana citron groves. at the office of Wm. A. Forward, Esq, Flour, Bacon, Pork, Hams, But- August' 1850.::; -_

be always 1 addressed, post paid or (franked to FORRESTER'S POINT, at nine o'clock, A. M ,on Tuesday the 25th dayof : ter, Lard, Cheese Sugar Coffee J.iflcROflEEITBAijjj; i
the Publ shers. Situated on the St. John's River, about sixteen I September next, and will be ontiuued open TORr\EYf AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E.NOTARY .til. > (

LEONARD SCOTT & Co., miles below Palutko, containing about t>ix until the whole stock is taken. Dried Apples, Peaches, &c., &c. PUBLIC j

-. 76 STREET, New YORK hundred ((600)) acre, more or less. In behalfof the Commissioners, Also

Entrance 51 Gold st. BUENA VISTA, D. L. YULEE. Oil Paint, Oil White CM() MM\ I UNO.I J (
Hay Lamp
August 25, .1849. tf APPOINTED BY THE FOLLOWING TAns
Situated near Forrester's Point
GREEN thousand ((1000)) acres,more or less, with an AGENt: } Lead, Glass, &c., #c In tafic Tr.STJLllONlT AFFIDA.VITMnuil .

orange grove upon it, and OP all of which is offered for sale at the lowest 'CI'%O WEE DGIUIIJ\1': ,

JOSEPH FIN GAN Maine Virginia, Vermont. Massichnselt,;f
No. Situated in Duval county on the River St.John's MEDICINE.Used
May 18,1850. f tf Connecticut YOlk: Pennsylvania
six miles from Jacksonville contain
I ng
NEW YORK, Delaws.reMary Non b Carolina
three hundred by him mth distin>uishtdsuccess in the ,
((300)) acres more or less. of which :
No, 17 CANAL STREET Row, NEW ORLEANS. about one hundred and seventy-five acres are cure of SEA ISLAND GOTTON GINS. ; South Carolin.-i, Georgia Texfcs, Alabama *
t open for cultivation. On the place is a dwelt Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, THE subscriber still continues the manufac- July, 27 1850; .'

t TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND ling house, with necessary out. uildiDglS &a, Asthma Heart Diseases Dyspepsia the latest improved holler Horse Iy.

I PRINTERS. &c.The Q ins,double and single,at his usual rates, and 3J: c QUI': E iu c a ys TOSHATTO
above places offer great inducements to Gonorrhea, Piles, Female ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. -
.. confidence I invite the trade before' purchaser, being and situated canbescenat all times NET AT LAW,
WITH healthy pleas me ly Complaints, &c., &c. They at the foUewing
purchase elsewhere to give me a immediately' on the River St. John's, with Agents: WILL attend the Circuit Courts in tit
call at No. 128 Fulton.street, New York, or at fertile ALSO tern Circuit the United
I 11\Dds. bearing mmy of the tropical Villalonga& Acostn, Centreville, (;3. Capt. ; Stwei
Dr. S. S. Fitch's
No. 17 Canal-st. Row New Orleans: where lam Supporters, Shoulder *
fruits, some them already in a growing State. B R Bytbewood, BeaufortS.C. J I' Deyaux District Court at bt. Augustine; the >npremt
ready to furnish them with all kinds of TERMS. Braces, Inhaling 7'wA,, nil Lectures Cbarlefcton,S. C. George L Brown. Newnans-, I Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claimsflr:

BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE. Oe third cash balance in on Consumption, and the \'Ille. E F. Tison& Harris, Ocala.. E F. I citizens in any part of Floiija against the Got
one two and
of the newest and most beautiful style. I am three years,with interest to secured, by,bvod nn preserving Life and ALSO' ernmtnt Washington, cither before Ccogren
Extra I or at .
Boxes DfjMrtiueiits.i5
also prepared to supply the much admired of the purchaser,and mortgige on the premises. Health, to Old slge, and Brushes can be had of the .
Subscriber at moderate rates. }'ersonsViUltin'" : ADDRESS, Jacksonville East Fi ma.
from ,
Scotch letter, having lately procured Scotland GEORGE It. FAIRBANKS, < -Ct SfC. '

; a series of these beautiful faces, together Masttr in Chancery. 1 have been annotated Agent for the sale of Gins,.or or Gins to repaired will SAMUEL please direct to Agents ___May_!__ 11.I 15'n: ifH

4 with every variety of form and pattern of December 21, 180. tf ,the above Goods, and will keep th lDconstant- St. Marys, Ga. A ?guet! 3 I8 O. L. BURNS.6m i I! I). lif'Dictc: K,

ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE I ly on hand at my Drug store, in the Town of 1 A T T 0 K N'E Y

I Bordering,&c. I feel assured that the elegance Alachua Co. Tax Collector's Sale. Tampa, Tampa Bay,Fla. Bounty Lauds aii .. Pcstsoii .
I and accuracy of all the Type manufactured byrne Dr. L. D. ROGERS. i i A :IIi >

cannot be surpassed by any ffcunde fcthe BY VIRTUE authority in me vested by TilE undersigned having made arrHngr- I, f'nnnnrllor n.( I. Air.

Union. Dy nn entirely new method"Tn the law, will expose for s.ileia front of the CourtHouse LIFE INSURANCE, ,OR ) with a competent Agent in the City ''

mixing and casting I am embled to retain the door, in the Town of Newn."nnille.outhe PROVISION FOR TilE WIDOW AND ()R- Washington, are now prepared to take 11* ilL? practice iu thtrscvvrul, Courts oftLt

I virtues of the component parts of the metal and firs; Monday in June, A. D7 1851, the Powers Attorney for the collection of Bounty I I "' Kaeteru: Circuitau, 1 in the Cimutiesfrf

thus to produce in addition to an elegant, the following named sections or so much thereof as PHAN._ _ Land Claims and l'euSionsf ana will give their I HHKbmougli and Bt;tou of the Southern Cir:

most will pay the State and County Tax, Assetsul.. strict attention to the same. ruit of Horirli. .
SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE against I F Clark nnd due thereon for the McQUEEX McINTOSh, __:Tampa_U:&y. October 28tli 1849.-DoTl'..

the year A i>, 1850, together with all necessary expenses COIUP.tlN\ Jacksonville, E. F.
heretofore offered to public. To this last Pisilill.
I feature I would in particular call attention, for attending said sale, the same being It OrrtcE 106 BRoADwAYecu._ OF FINE STRF..ET.: C. W. DOWNING, PIC A ME It.

solidity and durabilty of Type is on the principle portion of the '"Arredondo Grant," (represented Capital now, (principally invested U. S.Stocks;) Capitol, Tallahassee, Af. F \ will.l'ijf1r.AXD ;
on map of Burr& Washington as such,)situated October 19! '50. tf .

nil typographers.of economy, ot the The greatest-importance members of the craft to lying,und being in the said county orAl. .2OOOO DOLL US. Counsellor at Saio,

achua, and known as Geo. J F 'Clurk Five AND RAPIDLY ACCUMULATING. AGENCY OF DR. FITCH'S -
fill also find me ready to supply all ktnds of Jicnto.NViuE, FLA.,
Thousand Acres Adverse Grant
PRINTING OFFICE and'bouadedas PRESENT RESEU VED FUND.85,000 DOLLARS I attend to any protessional business
FURNITURE follows viz : north by lauds belonging to CELEBRATED MEDICINE.Pulmoiiary WILL t"
to him in the Courts of the
far the establishment complete Printing Offices Mrs. Gary Adm'x, east by lands belonging to '.' Ie V,.. 'a. liBH. .. E.ittern Circuit and the Supreme Courts at
"I such as Presses, Wood Type, Cases htanJs, John H Mcintosh, south and west by lauds belonging Morris Franklin,l'r'sidentofthe New York Life Balsam Tallahassee lie has also such advantageous

Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, to the estate of N Brush, deed, M E Levy Insurance Company. Pectoral Depurative Syrup connection wit h able an
Heart an AVtihiujton
Expectorant Lawyer at -
Composing Sticks,Brass and Wood Galleys: ,Rig- and John H Lewis. 'liny Freeman Actuary New York Life Insurance Corrector
City as Trill
Pulmonary Liniment Humor Corrector ( ensure a and
prompt spee
lets. Closet Racks &c. &c. C. L. WILSON
Company. Pure and Medicinal dy collection of such claims .
Cod Liver be
Oil as placed
I OU Type taken in exchange for new ,at 9 Sheriff and Ex-off. Tax Collector. Orsumus Bu hllell. Attorney: d Counsellor at in his hands against the United may .
Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture and
cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most NOT. 30, 1950. 4Jm Lnw20'Na8sau-Street. Cough Cathartic .
liberal and solicited the Pills, Nervine Vermifuge, Female pe- bib, 11:49._ ly
: terms, patronage on David A. Bokee, Bepresentative in Con reS.
cific .
Female Pills &c. & .
j ground ofturnishiogto the purchaser article Alfied'Frefman M D. 218 East ,' ,
: Alachua Co. Tax CoIK-cloi'siJale. Broadway.John Tied by kim constantly and iriSh BOUNTY LAND
t with which he,will be pleased and which will M.. Nixon. (Doremus & Nixon Dry -
t I. bring him the worth of his money.EJitors ,.- i BY VIRTUE of authority in me vested by Goods) 39 Nassau.Street. success in the treatment of, AND'GENERAL
1; and Printers wishing: to establish' ar law, I wilt expose for sale in front nl the C Ufl Henry A.,Nelson (late'Wright :Nelson &' Ran- Colds, Coughs, Conbuinption sthma ..Heart
tf: Newspaper Job Printing Office, wiH be furbished House door,In the Town of Newtunsville! on dam)) Cedar-Mrett.. Diseases UyEpepeia, ,oroful.i,' Skin AGENCY,

f r : wUhan estimate in detail of the cost by the first: Monday in Juue, A. D 1851, the Henry 1. .-"amao. (Lute Representative Congress Diseases. Rheumatism, Female WASH1NG10ND C

: stating size of paper and kind of work to be executed. following,named sections or so much thereof now: Seaman & Muir.) 231 Broadway Complaints, Piles --
will the : &c. &c. WALKER Will
pay Mate and County T x, .t\sse&icd a- John C. Beach Counsellor at 14 VarickPlace. give
Publishers of Newspapers who will insert giinbt Al. E. Levy, and !ue hcr ol1' lor tlityear ,. ... Laws-<-' Dr.Fitch'sunequalledPatent .prclupt- and efficient attention to (-hili Rnn'I'rY

f'! this advertisement three months and send me A. D. 1850, 'together with all necessary I8UtC C.Kendall,,(Harnden & Co.,. Forwarding Silver, Plated Abdominal the LAI.D late CLAIMS Florida officers War and soldiers ; gifdi ia

; the papers containing ttaddresred to".VesJ lt', expenses attending sail sale, the same f-eiuga i ; Aleichntjts & Dealers in Foreign ,Exchange) Supporters. Dr. I Wars in which cr either of the, India
Register,"New York,' will be paid in material portion the Arredondo Grant," sitnJ\tedlJ'- C Wall. tred., Fitch's ImprovedPlated Steel ? UO ttd.Stntt'8 hare been en

I Of my manufacture, provided they purchase six ing, and being in tie said county of .Alachua nimucl C. PU OD. (Allen & Poison, Shipping'I Spring. Shoulder BraceM. Dr.Fitch's1 j and gageJorthe to Warmth Great Britain of 18J?>,

I I times the ameunt of their bills for advertising. and known as follows vit : Section 35, Town. nud ConiuiU'uion:! Merchants,) 134 Front>streei Silver Inhaling :Tube. any description of business requiring aa

H. H..GREEJV.No. : ship 9 S, Range 19 E, coutaining633: 32.100 JI.II..rrickt (J..K' HerrJCk,& importers Agent or Attorney at Washington.. tor proca-'

123 Fulton-st New .York, and acres mure or lees, and bounded us follow*:- and 1'e.tlera in Matiouery.) John-street Dr. Fitch's celebrated Six Lectures ring land warrants his charge will be 5. la
other ,
No., 17 Canal-si.: Row., JVcw OrleansHA8TINGSCOMPOUD on the North, East and South"by lands of tiu' J. M. Wurdwell,.Hardware, 241'Pearl-street. ON TIlE PREVENTION AND CURE ,OF turc end.cases it will be proportioned to the Ja--

f heirs of Peter Mitcbel deed., And on the West J. S. Bussing, (E.,& J. Bussing &'Co., Nail. and Consumption, Asthma, Ditcases'of Heart,&c; He'will difficulty also in of connection the case. '
SYRUP by; the lauds,of M E Levy. Also .Section 7, Manufacturers,) 33 Cliff-street. and on, the mettod preserving Health with Agents or
OF in
ttorneys Florida
Township 11 S, Range 20 E, containing 344 Spencer S. Benedict, (Benedict &Rockwell,Im- and Jleduty to an'old age. land and may be employed
Bounty other
I' 4
all diseases of the Chest'and Lungs," Noith'b,1 lands of the heirs of !'ererMitchel, i Cyrus(;izrtis-sOil5, 111 Water-street. the Cansumptive it points out the'only reason- be may agreed will upon. Letters (which should
deed.,'on the East by lands known as M E Levy' : Dater Miller for relief. To mothers the ) 'receive immediate atteation.
: Forsaleby A. M. REED. aniel Miller, [ ) & Co. Shippers. aUehopo directions :
Feb. 2, 1830. trHUFELAND' twenty.thout-pnJ acre tract,on the South by the und.O rocersj] 161 Front.atreet. for the cure and education of Children Aug. J7 1850: tf

lands of J Johnson, deed., and Levys Litke. Villiani Barton. [Grant Barton, Dry Goods,] invaiuable., 78,000 eoplesoftbis Book IiIpiiesed e ,BOUNTY LANDS
4 on the ,West by the lands of .the !heirs ot 125 William-street. : through the press and the sale continues PENSIONS.

Compound Ethereal Syrup N Brush deed. Also 'Section Township' U William. 'Coxe Duecubury, [WOodward'& luscnbnry unabated. ,. -

immediate Cough Cure S, Range 19 E, ,containing '642 :24-100, acres ? ,>Commercial Agents] 43_ William_ .,. For Sale by A. '& FITCH Co.,707 Broad- THE undersigned, hating made.trraafe-
For sale I with
1:. by A. M. REEl more or less, anti bounded as follows:, ;on the a competent Agent the city

a. 9 Feb 2;1 :0 .tfAlachua North by lax.daoflgauo. Frostr; tol1; the East by Having issutd. eves 0,300 policies,.this ,Com-. ; nay, New YP1"jand. Washington, are now prepared take ,Powers ...

t t -" -. Ian.Js of the heirs of N Brush decd.on the South 'p:iny is now established on a firm basis. .. '. A. IK' ,REED.JacfoonvWet of Attorney the collection of Bounty

t Cn. Tax Collector's\ Sale by Levy's Lake and thiIandsof1ELivy.andonthe J The Insured a're'tbe only Stockholders, and: ? Sept..28.. 1S50.5Dr Land Claims and Pensions, and will girt their ,

Went by the'lands ,of Fiederick Mar- all'the profits are divided annually;' strict. attention to the same.-, .' :3
By t.horUl'in.m. vete4 by quand. :Also Section 14.TowBship; 11 S Certificates dividend are issued_annually Fitch's Guide to Invn- Address. ; .
Uw, I trill expose for sale,in front"of tbo Court ,Range Ids or Directions> to using.Dr.Fitch's '
persons M
19 E containing 34-100 to the parties!,or placed at-their credit on the: QUEEN. MCINTOSHJCHARLES
Town acres more orJess, ; ;
the .
,Kooftecloor.ln In June of Newnansvilleonthe"first I b undetIufolloson the North by the lands, B 'ocs of'pe Company; an4 such,dividend $Is itnitddlsborit&he'surn' remedies! tobebad, gratis, of all .his Agents' Jaeho.ri11e,',,p. FlniU'. -
Monday A. D. 18 J.the atM E Levy; the'East tand insured CH4t5Y.. .DO\VNIl\O., :
named ectiot on by the or M I E bearing' interest. .
fallowing the State s Eoomucbtb.' Teofa Levy, and Lev'sLake.'on the Sooth: by Le.TI'Ltkl"and at six perceut.persinnumpayablelu cash. : :Noti e. .... Cayital;,TlllaAasUti ,JLj7& ,
willp y and Coirity Tux,.Guessed on the West lands On InsuranceeforthewIoletermofLIfeprO onth'iiftuiIae I shall > ept2$1S0. '
William U by of the heirs of SIX present my.acg tt r"? ;, :
-,';j ag&intt: ear A3)= ''1850,-together nielvind with due all thereou for they ) N )Brush! decd,and Levy's Lake.< 'Also ,Sea-ion miasma when amounting to fifty dollars may,uthe countland Touchers' a.the Administratrixof'th'eEstate ,. .DEWAAL: ,, .t"

& sole the same necessary' >xp'enWftUeoJIngeiia -' 31Township OSIUnge20E, containing 638 20. option of thejnsured,)) paid wholly, in; i (Joshua ,R. Hogans to: the Hop AtJCTIOlVET-K.: : .

edlyiogand< being In the,saida being sit A- too acres more'or less and bounded as follows:; .cash, or,forty,per cent. of the 'amount remain,, Judg'eofProbkteof,Colnm' County, and the.. 'JACKSONVILLE: r. r. '

',,- and known follows, til 1 ounty of Al icbaa' 'onlheNortb and East by thelan'dsofM( E Levy,, 'cr ttJ.n their: 'own, notes, paying! interest' at'' lhallnUb&8ftine time apb1to.e..ld'Court'ror: N ,..J3BAirs: : : many part of the County attendee! -
: Section -
z 11 8 E.2 on the Sjatb by the lands the heirs'of Thomas six per ceut.Insuranceon.: ., ... : : dischargefrom saidbdministrfttoa of said'estate to and respeotally solicited. ,
Township Range 2E '
I ares' more, or less, bounded, containing 160 Murphy Cd.and on'the'the lands of the LiCe is the only'expedients i, All,persen I. interested" are desire ito take,noar' ,;Jn ks indlJelb16J84S < '"

.: follows: North :he heirs of Peter)1itcbehlecd. ,AI80Sechon 8,,, perpetuate the income,of theNaturalProtectorifler :J" ESTBER, RAULERSON, I ;- -
bfcthtlands ormnclcg1eEa.itl Learl ;' by the' )and.I ;TowD hip' 9'S, flange,ID E i, containing 638 56 III 'death... To.,him and. 1ih ;Cloves "it:offers t ," AdD. l tiitrii IVotice. ':'
A at(Frederick x-l 'tytst .,,South the:*' lands :of"K. 100 more crlessand bounded iiB'follows:"'on the, H subsuniiul: solace even for, the grave, *:) Allt6i,3isne., _: t5th 18,'. 'ti ;..8"'IXDonthl, after date I $ahaIlprfsent'mao-
:t ty.. ticaftt North prudent foreteeth t lS AdmiwistratoVof
..- by)the lands William Thorn es surviving man e'eTil.aDdJiid tbhizi ill' rSlV1iTp0che]) > ;
i ':: ;' I!;'t.. \ lLSON trustee' 'of the New YortAUocldion.'' self" *? : p MINIST.R.lJTQR'B. NO.rIcE: Georo,S. Payne, vta jhe lion
on I
... %1r aM Ex417. "' '
Tai" Judge ofProbate,,
)I <'.. ;f Tbkr3O,185p. \ """ .l'J."r'! the East of ihe heirs of N Wells,' f T-Peraons'ciln, ern all the advantages and: .'weeks after.dateLjihall tothe I bLlI orn.1Jdborough Coobtltaod:

i .41' .,.,., 6m, on the South by the lands ofCyrus Perkins,and ,rates otJusurancettom any.of the Agents .S'-'IX, JudgeofProhateofHillsborough apply at the sthe time i.ppiyto s.iid ourt'for

c1TJF- > G oaths West:by >h" lands .of lhe heirs, of JJ r: tbECcinpaoypErsonsfly. ,.qbyftpampblet. t.. .&y, for letterofadm1nIstratto&nh; &conn-tate': discharge said .:fitm i heAdministzitiou of lie
JI < tstate.
.* .AlI.pnSDI
; lad them. : imereitcd
.. ,hltushdocd.. .. : of WILLIAM ASHCHOFP, late t take dtsiredt
'.* :.' .. ; "' or. U rlCd.U.\;\ 'I1I, :": ;- ::i'-, It '".*; ';: ..; C. L.WILSON/. J,'McROBERTBAKERT'. ; de e:1w-' ; -'. JOHN DARLING.tsu1cIciuty. *.tt..' .. ", I I ..

-. -. ':'; F.&TJ.Y. ,r.Xtruill1. \'I JU' ornt...:... : $!leril1IlNl Ex-,off Tax.Collector.,1850. .. ; r- ,. ", ..,. <*,."; ..J\gt'nt."' .-F :";: -' ,'''_ -t'j H. .j, .: Administrator- .*;T ;/, '" 'JPILV DARLING,
-. $ -. ..t. ::\t- .';..I..J ... l Sovwber31: '.', i' ,f '- jfdmunslrator.
t In.1). 1 MedIcs1tzirnrutr. .
3m .
I11ft4 : Fla.
frp.v ) ; Tamps Kent.fllh
: r : : : } 1800. ,Cw/: L{ T.,mpa. Fla., S pt. 24-th, 150.-: oct.t. a-. ... .

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