The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 20, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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'_ Ptcd..daring.the,Se ond Section of the ..; '. U- third: article'oftwenJVtthird ) :thetre ty of title. f the tteatT.of :1 : > thousand;fiveIbuadredpounds :
.;"., ,TLIrtyflntCoagrcu.r I ForJfjeenth twenty jhstalnrtnts 1 ,lor ;Jfovember.eigbteen'httndrtdandlhirty.eighseventeen ; igbte'el1 h nd.a.a ventVeIgbth""NOTtmber ; of t tobacco', stimulated in the fourth tbt.'l tf atyoI9i4atS. 'tbe .rxt Dth, fofl h.
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second: article ; i agricultural dmed'doflat. ,
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'VAN ACT making appropriationi fbr the payment a s l r-T-iitirrfrriTrii7ririiyTiirt'
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rtToluUonarjr and other peiuiona of the Unir : the-treaty of. :twenty-nihthKJnty;; eTghteeri .'stipulated?in' thef nith:1nIclof: the treaty f th.lift6 article bf For seventeenth of twenty instalments' and assistant stipulated,in 'it* tbfe'
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; :ted Sutw, for Uie jear ending the thirtieth of and thrzty4eventhe thousand.dotiS' |be.'fojjrth I'/January-eighteen bundwd aod.tJgb1 eiithteeii hundred thepv.rchaseof one Jrondred barrel*,of salt, of the treaty.of eixteentbQctober'ei .
Jnne.'one; thousand eight hundred 'and fiftytwo. ,." '** 0' ,iwof handred i d !llarsJ stipalatedittcUie.- :
.9K"A"1 fQarth
. 'l I''ns fprtyrfiye .three article'of the. hundred
'- J For : thOusar4 4lls.,: .; ,; treaty tnJwju1fx'seyeahundzidAiz4
,. fifteenth of t4nhujinstabnenis J r ,- For blacksmith and:'assistant' during! the Tu'ut.r1J ittdl W) ,.t oftveflty.eighthVjTob -irighteeh bandied twenty Jollart.. "J, *t "' J5Z$ ,
Beftenadedb,1eSerntearuI the -
House of support of.farm;pnrcbase :f implements pleasure ot the President;;; stipulated In j.the For pewnanent aannltyr.stfpnlated 'in"'tbC and.thirtyrsix.twdhBiidreddoUarK'.For8eteflteenthof -; J'i % For permanent provision. for'l"9o..fee fcc 4V
Representatives of the United Stales of'Am tr, grainof; see 4/a 'tci:ai.y.onvlheir fifth f jonnajArticle! -\, ; i l.
nrtkleof"the trealYrofthe'fourteenthof ; of ithe treaty of third Augiart. tkl t1 i j instalments, for.shop, stipulated In the tautf:article W Mt "
tea iii Congres* assembled, That the.following'sums agnealturaJP.ursb'tst'.stlpulated' in the[ o'ond hundredand for abft':,nrchase Of flvtha'ndred Jfish' .bar.rels.stipu of
; February, eighteen hundred land, ;tbirty* j-T5Wwn ninety-five_ ; fivehunftrw : : treaty sixteenth; .OCto r. ethteemtha.
be, and tbef'same":are herebY ppro- article of!'the treatyortbetwenty-ninth; ; three,'egbt.bundred dollars.. Y" ."""' :* -'> -.tTor &,.,the-d uth'injcle olibe 'ared andIwent-sit6
priated out of-any one ..' n. the'rreuut ofuly.eigbteen, huhared andJorty.loiaraL!! **- V : treaty Joof -, .. ". .1 fLJyd01 an&Jws
andthirty-seven; ..For Iron; ste'el l\) and coal, during' the.pleasure pennanenl anntntyfstipnlatied; l .ia'the I twenty-eighth- eigbten V '' ,
otherwise / : *'" hundred iI Jtt..w''
not the on tbousand.d V third and % "
appropriated/ payment lJar3.' :"r" S article of lbirtysixbonr hundred dollars. -ror:
f' pf "the-Pre dent itipulated in th -fifth theV treaty:of 'twentyfirst; V 'edaeaJjon, 'dun gt Pl .)
ot pensions* for the rearendingt1le.tblrti tb' For jBfteenlh .of twentvt'jnsb.lmeirtsfor: .. articleOf the,ireafy of;fburteerith'February; b."g".st eighteen hundred and five,twohun, ,-Forthree backsm! itbsn"issiiaitej; :for Congress, tipQJate4 .DJbe: oMjrJCif Vtretr

*. ofJune, one thousand eight.. hundred. ,- and the purchase'of'olia c, : stipulated". l'i lif nhe, eighteen hundred and thirty-three/.' hunt i.Jred? and fifty dollar i'" ) 't ,t. -".;"i (:1 twenjyyearj$ ,!, d duringth.pleasured V Gf't 'ttietli'SepteRI-e..
IIrt yhvo. secon4 article pf'the,traty9f{ "' .rOt.p ngpj5tipulattd m UiauneDth ..irtic7' .1h "
itwe&tyHniinth dredand'eeel1tY4Pll.a l, : > 4r. .lientyetghr.D
"Sf VIJanf annQitl:8tipolat )n the; of .. ._ .. .
revolutionary pensions under ibe act I July eighteen, hundred. ;audtiiny-sevcn, ,Forwagonmaker-durlng the pleasure bf third Article; and separate article'or.'th trea' 8'7tteat1, : C wenty-eighth Martbrttgb; sand dOuaT5.. _. .
., bf the'ieighteenih'of) March, .one thousand five*. hundred dollars.! : ''* :. ..u the thePresident'stipalat ,tbe''fifth;article ty of the thittieth'September.eighteen.'hnn. !teent hundred and, thirty-six, two' ''thousand, ..Forptr :an nt revision;( s for.the' ." '

eight hundred.and eighteen,. fifty-eight thousand Forfifteenth 'of twenty ''fiistalment' for of thetreaty of fbu'rteenthFebruary; :'eighifeert'bundred'ihd dred and nine,'three,hundred. and-.fifty}'dol. hundred'and sixty dollars' : in money,.in lieu of 'two thdaMad-payment pound*, V '
dollars. 'tt t-; l the : lars For non)steel & for : .
purchase of
iprovisions h prWei.T c fot tobacco
; ? ;stipulited in the thirty-tbrev !For invalid'pensions) under various' second article of-the .'** .q .' by ty y.ears.and: during the pleasure iot.f Con. and three hundred .
:: acts .treaty: of.twenty- intb dollars. : : ;* f' '"V : *- appropriated the Eel Rivers Miamies 8) I rand fifty!poon& f tike) .
five hundred thousand five hundred1 dollars. July, eighteen .hundred and shall not be gressr stipulated in the seventh article of the' stipulated in. the
thirty-seven, For agricultural 'implements,' duringth'i, : ; .paidTnhtrl satisfactory:proof-'is ; "second article* b ttur trefti < L
',,-For pensions'for widows: and, orphan J rvro.thousand dollars. a- 1 i 'i r. iFbrtenih pleasure of the'President, stipulated' the obtained b) the XJoirtmissioneH of Indian'Affairs treaty of.Ltwenty-eigbth' March,. eighteen ty of .twentieth Septemberr eigbteeatbaM

under the acts of July the fourth, ope.thou joL twenty-five;instalments,:. in eighth'articl Lthe.r; ati.'of twenty-fourth. or existence of such; band!of.lnhal.l ; bundred and thirty-six,-six hundred' and six. ., ,. dred d twenty-eight and the tenth:artidf _

sand eight hundred and thirty- ix; and-July money stipulated 'in. the' fourth article of .January: eighteen hundred .and, twenty-six .dansand: ..tjien.b paid to such bud dollars.j; ,: _, ofthetgeatyoffifthjune, 'gbteea'JulDd V
the twenty-fitsteighteen hundred und forty- theireatyorfourth Octobereighteen hundred" two thousand dollars: Y '". V ,. onl yt:n "providedfurtfier\ 'That if. saidommissio4er For-gnnsmith:: at' Mackinae JOT twerty V and forty-six, three hundred aolJarf.* ">tvtx V '
eight, six --hundred and forty thousand seveii and 'forty-twov-'twelve thousand': five :F education, during the pleasure 'sof'the ; obtains satisfactory proof that years and during_the pleasure of Congress, For;permanent(j'proVision'ior UaekimA'i
hundred and doJl! r. '" hundred dollars- .' : theannnit stipulated .in,the seventh article'of the and
.sixty .. "< President;"tipnlated in the fifth'ariicJ: of :S; eranyparf'ghreof! due ,:said ,' trea assistant, stipulated in the second ,
For pensions widows under tie of. For tenth Eel ty,'of twenty eighth )!arch, eighteen hun of the of
act ) of twenty-five ,insta1m nts- jn 'the tre.aty.bf/fourteenthiFebruary ,. .Jiiver4 hayt beretoforeerroneously;? : treaty twentieth September'eight r
eighteen or dred
seventh July, eighteen hundred and thi 1j- goods, stipulated in the fourth article.of the hundred-and thirty-three thousand otherwise, been:paid to any other:Jiand .or and .thirty-six, six hundred dollars.. ._ teen hundred aad'twentyeigbtienu'bnI4 .
eight, sixty thousand dollars. treaty pf fourth Octobereightec&'ha Ad red : .- .,.one- .. -.- -del.Iar5..V V naioh"of jndianssuch"5um'thus paid shall. ,jFr: iron steel," &&,'for shop, fo twenty dred and twenty dollars.; "? :" vwwtt

For pensions to widows under the act pf and forty-two,' ten tbousand.4e: 4,hundred V-z ') '. '.*, bf'relmbuexistence' ed io" said ;Eel
the third .of March, eighteen hundred' -and dollars -, -... ''5. : ''" *.'4> v.ff.jTVTHTteLAVA&ES.L ., y" *, I established,.lirpueh inst hn n18 bpulated.ia-he seventharticleVof tfie trea- KC., for ,"stipaFaled innthe'secoiki ar..
forty-three,.twenty:thousand dollars "* :Fort. tehfli,of twenty-five iosta1ni bt8..10r f.For permanent'aiinulty. stipulated; } in:the. as the con missioneriiayvdirecUj-out, of.lbe ty.of.t ighth'Marcbeighteen hundred dIe of. the: 1reaty..of :twentieth)"' epten bevj .
"For pensions widows! under.the acts of the of two urth'arbcfe.of tbe'neat of third ; annuities and thirty-six, two hundred and dol* eighteen bandred, and .
: support smith's,,shops-% ; including 'Angust thenatibn.or*: bandlto, which 'lars. .. twenty! V .t twentjieight,Ttwo? ;
the seventeenth June i hundred of smiths I seventeen hundred' \iere & ," ,:: hundred and. *' J V 1
eighteen and pay and asants,- and furnishing ninety-five'one thQu- hey. pad.! :: > : /Vp VpV twenty dollars;. '4 -:? -3H3ta
] second of imn and > I sand dollars. ., .' .r. 7W*r- .r _. \Jorityio i/artnersjaud 'For V
forty-fourj *
February eighteen steel, stipulated in' the fourth* : ; f v: !' ':, ,fii.- ,; ; assistants/-daring permanent {roVwoni'fbr' blacksmith,
hundred and forty-eight, and twenty-ninth,of aice! of the treaty pf fourth October,'eigh-i For permanent" 'annuity, Stipulated.in .the ;,. .! N O E !"' '- 'm the pleasure of the$President stipulated i in and assistant stipulated in'.the' seruM ar I

July;'eighteen hundred and forty-erght,eight teen hu.n4redan "forty-two,.'two* thousand 1 t lbir article f.. th'e.?treaty. of thirtieth: Sep.. V' For" sbteenth ortwenty: :lDstatments". :,as the seventh article of the treaty of A twenty- tide :of .tb :'.treatY-1)f: .-twenty-iiiDtb-Jclj"! $ } .;V .V

bundred.and sittv.tvro: thousand. -sir hnndrd. dollars.. .V ,-,. ... '','"..! -- ...., 1 t ternberl ?'h1n hundrpr. nnrlninp" _five.. _Tinnlione __ n'uit t stiyulated jn tbc con&'aicle 'of eightli March, eighteen hundred andthirty elght n..hundred :;and V .
-- twenty-nine seven
and f6rtydollars.:: : For tenth" of twer.ty-five.-instalmenls-:' .4 redd IfM'PJ.J ; i'{( Jp----n.-J;1,'. I', fhp'trp2tv. on .- -&nt..mh- .--.--.:.ilP"t_' __".'.i. hi.u-.. SIX.' One tnansami.air hnnAroA ilnll- ,v. hundred aDd 1attnfir dolJarL',0:1..!._. *%A I

For half pay pensions to widows and''or the payof two .farmers-- stipulated in :the V For permahent annuity' ,'stipulated' in,tbe Ired; and .thirty-sjxftwenty.thousand'dolm !- :,Tor two mechanics,during the pleasure of For permanent proviaknj\fo -irtm.'lteeft- .
Iars '
phans,1'provided for by the eleventh 'section fourth.article of the treaty: of fourth .tober fifth artictfthe.treatVVofthjrd! : ; October, :".t ..t H".J- : :.f r' the Pjesidentr. tipalated:in the-seventh ar. &>.,for-4optipuIateiIiiithe.eaij, if-

of an ,act approved January the twenty- ,eighteen:"hundred.and d"fortytwof. eighteen' hundred ahdi'ieigbteehfour. U 6usand For' sixteenth. pf,twenty..1instalments- for ticlerpf.fhe.treaty; twenty'eighth March, tide of the treatyfcrtwentyj-ninth". July Igb, V

ninth; eighteen hundred and thirteen, and thousand.-.dollars.: .,..*." ,. f* ,, dolors..' -. ; V *+, ,'t two blacksmiths and assist ntS stipulated l eighteen hundred;aod ztl r- y-aixf one*thousand teee.hundred ,and/wenty-ninei two hundred, p
a ; two 'V ,,
the first and:second sections For Forermanent V in'the second clf'ortb \ ... hundroj dollars.. and doffer ;. "" "" ;
an let approred tenth of t\VEnty-fivevinsta1ments\ jog \ ; .f! annuity. ,stipulated in'.tbi.iwentyfourth treajy'bf third : twenty' ,* \ f"'Atw 5
the sixteenth April, eigbteenhunr the pay pf two. carpenter,'stiiiulated, in the 'su ujemential.frealy! pf '' Sep.temberighteeo Septeniberighteen hundred and thirty-six; :i" V "* /T&TflgO8.&CE3.VPor'jntetOV : rf Forpermanent provision,for the V purchase :

dred and sixteen, in addition to a balance! fourth, article of tbeirtaty of, fourth' Pcto "hundred "and/Tlwenty-mne: one thousand Io hundred ',andiforty> doK : orirsTxiy-hine thousand V of fifty barrels ftsipulated m i the sec

I remaining in the.Treasury undrawn, on the bef, eighteen hundredt"andJort-tw; ,"'one '.housan&dolJs.V. lars.< }( .'-' .-. I.J *.<5--vi'-; hundred. '"twentydollars, at .' one god article 'ofth treaty of.Ibfr.twenty-ninth
fifteenth of October, eighteen hundred and thousand two hundred d tla s:J7V: ". '. \.For)|ife annijityto: ; chiefs;. stipulaledf in : For: sixteenth: of twenty!instalments. 'foi centum-being the valuation bf fifty-four five'per July.'eigbtfen"".hncdred; and twenty-nine V I'

fifty,"of twenty-seven' thousand three hun- For tenth, 'of'twent3fi'taIme t& 'N for the prjvaie'articlee siapplementaifttreaty of: irony steel, &c.f sbopsj' stipulated 'in'.the hong of.land set"apart"by treaty'ofthe'secnd.Jnhe'eighjeen sec- two hundredtana.fiftj" dbUafiU i. "; ";"4, I

dred and fifty>-six dollars- nd nine. cents ten. the support of $schools 'stipulated "i ihtthe" twenty-fourth September J ,'eighteen.hundred second articlebf'the treaty of-third Septem ] hundred and.twenty-fivei Tor education, ,'durng'ibepl.gure bt 1"

thousand dollars. fourth article brthe-'treaty! :"of JtfurthjOctobereigbteeh" and tweiuynine,' to treaty'of 'thira 'October; I ber, !eighteen.hUDdled..and,.thirty-sixj ,fOul, for educational :purposes, per "re80! t1on'ol Congress,'stipulated m ;f rtb article of i

Approved, February 27, 1851. hundred and prtyiwoJtwd eighteen hundred and eighteen{two hundred hundred' and forty dollars.? j. J *# I the Senate'ct nineteenth January,'eighteen: i the treaty of the .twenty-seventh.October I I V

'. thousand dollars. -5 f V ,;:11 dollar ,V :::'- *,- ;:1' ;. .* -> For sixteenth' of4twenty 'instalments for hundred and '.ihlrty-eighv three'. thousand eighteen'bundred.and ',thmy-twpv{ !|;wd tfeou t ].

[Pt'uc-No. if.).] t,For tenth of'twenty-fiv-'instalments?fpr -!cz!;fit s:anpuity tp :chiefs slipulated in the purchase of prbvisTpns; stipulated inihe four hundred snd fifiy-six'dollars. sand- d6lla"rs.! -, .,' ;"i..C. : I.

A N ACT making appropriation* for the':ctnrcnt the purchase of provisions'ahd tobacctv'stlpulated -, the supplemental l article to..trqaty': of .twen second articl .of=the.tr tfOf>lbird September ,For ''fourteenth 'of twenty instalmen'ts"asannuity For interest on six-hundred. andlfort/; !" : 1 _

and contingent cxjpeneos bf the'Iodi .a Department in the lourtb: rticle'ol the""treaty"srof ty- iith Octoberieighteen hundred. and(thW eighteen b dranttthixtysix;; ,' three ;"stipu'ated in'jhe second.article rof three thousand dollars at fife per centam4stfpulated : f
and fur fulfilling treaty ctipulatipiui with fourth October ; ty-twotwo'bundred ? "te-r thousand dollars. .., *' be in the"seventh'article of the, ,
.' eighteen hundred and. forty- pHars.'V f .:-H f._ '"-- ffp.si k. treaty of the eleventh'January r eighteen tre* .
variona Indian tribes for the year ending June I '. For.'pernisnenf Tpr'sixteenth of .instalments .for : i ty of-;the' fi/th I
the.thirtieth one thousand hundred two thousand dollars. K prdriaion for the purchase twenty mridred aDd thirty-nine twenty, thousand ; JUDeeJgtitte1l]: hQndrtd.aD4 .
eight 'and- For: fifth of five of. salt, stipulated. .the ihirdartKJe the- rchaee' 'two th a.nd pounds of doU ,, i V 'ort1sixthirtytlto.ns '
fLftj-two. f i instalments,in.goods in .0C theeaty tof- r.- '; ;; ; : : / one Jxoadrea
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of able to the Pillager. Band,_stipulated in paytr tbe pf seventh' :June.," 'gbteen.hunc1redand : bacco stipulated in"the second article of"thetieatyV '. 'r or:'fourteenth"twenty i installments lortWO.8JJUtbs' V and fifty'dollars. .&.:!**-..,:. 1:. rLTO:7flL t'# I_
fourth-article of ahe Vf tbree onybundTed'dbnars.a I of, third September eighteen hundred :'. ', .
Repretenlativei of the United Slates-of treaty twenty-first : i etablishinWjtipuated! in thesecond V : .Qti. i:
August, eighteen hundred and f ,For-'permarient: ,provision ;fot'blacbmltha and thirty-six, three hundred dollars.' J'f" article of 'the V 'i eteeotb-
America in Congress 'assembled That the forty-seven, :For sixteenth I the treaty of cthe'\jeleventkfanuafy"eighteen .: .r ,,l twenty tnstalmne f '
three thousand d assistanf stipulated In:tb : oftwenty 'Jnstalmentsfo'r. '
six sixth article '
hundred dollars. :: hundred and
fallowing sums be, and they are hereby ap.priatedQat s thirty-nine as annuity, stipulated ithefuxthrsrtic1e.V '
For fifth ofv lorty,-six instaJmentsito be 'I of ihe.treiay third 9ctobereighteeahuu. farming'utensils'and cattle'stipulated! in-tbe I twothocsand'doflar ** _' u :of the' I
- .. of any money in the treasury > : ] treaty of thirt nth; May.e"'ghtee" '
second ; V'
to the C i I dred and'eighteth, hundred and article'of the treaty of.tbird September (
paid seven Tor
twenty i fO6rienth'offlfteothinstalments for '
Mississippi bundred
not otherwise for the. pa stip ,and
appropriated, purpose V .. thirty-tbreeY, Thousand, .. : ,
'dollars.V v ; ,eighteen hundred :rand thirty-six fivebirtttt4t1ars -
in *
of paying tbe current and contingent. ulated the tJ articlerjof. tbe.treaty.ofsecond ; VVVy. pay of l\\"o.miUe.sstipulated in thesecondaIticia'nf : tai.*. f V V ,** ** i. --** 4, V

.' of the'fndian-EVpartTnent-and'.fulfirnng exjpense August eighteen huu4relnnd(: funy- and.Poiron twentyrdbllars.anj twl Ttar- 7 .t we hJ. '" sixteenth wy__ .nxju instalments;f 4.C".l"or the tieajy of,eleventh.January? -_ForeJucabondunng! tbepteasumoi-- -- 'fe S-iC *he
seven, one thousand.dollars. V .S.V forV eighteen hundred and President _.
with the Indian thirty-nine/onVthoa- stipulated-mi tbe i :
treaty stipulations various. For i interest"on' forty-six thousand 'and t'hirty'barrelaof salt;'stipulated! in the, thir&irticOL
sand two V '
tribes TO THE.C IC'KJ.S.1W1. ond hundred dpllansJ; ] the treaty"bf thirteenth'Masigbteen'hll ti,
eighty dollars,'at five per centum';being1 i the article of the treaty of third September, V 'V' V
For the current and contingent expenses For permanent annuity' stipulated i in theact value of ..thirty-six 'sections of 'land,"set eighteen hundred; and .thirty-sixj one hundred TO TIlL PLAESKAW3.. died and thJrty-three<"ooe tboosand dqlfitrs .

of the Indian Department, viz: of twenty-fifth February;seventeen hundred apart. bv,treat v of eighteen hundred:and and fifty. .dollars. _. f ,For permanent annuity,:.strpulated in the flTunr., For blacksmith. and assistant, during.."the i
For the pay of superintendents of Indian and nin ty-ninejtbree thousand dollars. ourth article. nf the President m nfArM .kJ .,.
.of the -- -- -- .
tw enty-ninefor education, stipulated resolution TO. ,THE OMJ. -.. -.*.,_ treatyof, thirdAugust, third article of the of thirteenth. -- /
Affairs and the '
several Indian v /
agent: as l of the' Senate'of nineteenth January, V- IV senventeen hundred;and l ety-finfiye treaty Mayeighteen
provided by the acts of June thirtieth eigh- TO THE CHOCTAWS. eighteen hundred'and thirty-eight- two thousand For blacksmith; and;assistant ;"during the inndred doihirs -:;* -.'. hundred and Uurty-three, eight ban-J
teen hundred and thirty-four, and March V three hundred pleasure of the President t, stipulate in tbe 1 For annuitystipulated in d[red and forty-dollars. ./' J, 0"r; ;
four .
dollars.TO permanent
third, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven For permanent annuity' stipulated in the f ourth article of.the lreaty.ot fifteenth July tghteenVhundred article of the'treaty offhe thirtieth ,De thiV For'iron, steel &c:, for.jshop, duriog ti*, ...

S and of June twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred second article of .the tr aty.r of sixteenth TUB IX05IDA INDIANS 8CMIKOI.ES.. ei and thirty,. seven.hundred L ember: eighteen hundred and five three pleasure the President;tipul teclm-1heL V

and forty-six, and of June fifth,. eighteen November, eighteen bundred, and five; three For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments and twenty dollars. V "*' hundred dollars. VV r third article} of the treaty of thirteenth'May, V V
hundred and : thousand dollars.' for blacksmith's For jron''and'steel&c -for du- eighteen hundred and
fifty, and of &ptember establ.isbment.stipulated in :, shops, thirty-three, two bun-
twern '-eigbtb, eighteen hundred and fifty, For permanent annuity, stipulated in the the sixth article of. the treaty of eighteenth ri ing.the pleasure of th 'President two bun- TO THE PATVJJEES.. '_ V red and twenty dollars.1 ". :*?"'* -/f% i ; .

thirty-four thousand dollars.. thirteenth article of the treaty of'eighteenth' September,* eighteen hundred and twenty- d red and twenty,dollars.-! ; ? : _V For"'agricultural, implements, :dnriag'the, For/pay' of fartner, during/tbe 'pleasure' V : '
\ For the pay of sub-Indian agents author. October, eighteen hundred" and twenty, six three, and fourth article of ,the treaty of ;F.or agricultural .implements, during. the pleasure of the President;,stipnlated in the of thePresident* ,,:"stipulated! m:the third ar*. I .V-. V

ized by the act of June thirtieth, eighteen hundred V dollars. ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirtytwoone pTe sure of the President, stipulated in'tbe f ourth article of the treaty of the ninth :Oc- ti ceV. of:the treaty of thirteenth Mayeign- V _

bundled and thirty-four, thirteen thousand For life'annuity to chief Bob Cole, stipulated I thousand dollars V ourth'article of tbe treaty of fifteenth of'Jo-; ober, eighteen hundred and thirty-three,.one een handred- 'and '.'thn11thteejliu,;

. five hundred dollars. in the tenth article! 'of the treaty ofwentieth For eighth of fifteen instalments in goods, l eighteen' hundred aud thirty, five bun- t hpusand dollars.. > ,v dolJars.t. V. \ t F .* -i 4MJV
A'\ _, .
t January, eighteen hundred and oF ,\ : 1 .
For of 'interpreters, authorized stipulated in tbe.sixth article the d red.dollars.. t. P.OTAWAT1MIES TO 1
pay by: treaty. TO THE OT I c ox. THE six NATIOSS.pr. K'J9. ,,
the same act, sixteen thousand five bundre.doJlar& twenty-five, one hundred and fifty dollars. of fourth January, eighteen hundred and : 6VPVt n .
I fro Forf For
For permanent annuity'for'.education, f : THE orroEs AND JIISSOCHIAS. eMan'ent'a nitf stipulated in -the permanent annuiryj .atJpWa1ec.1Q., tIa "
dollars.For .
For of clerk stipulated in the second article bf the treaty ,rtj-fivetWo i 'fifteen J For education, during the pleasure of the second article of' the 'treaty' of- the' seveneenth sixth article'o thetreatyOt"deveatI1No'f:
pay to superintendent St. Cighibof instalments in money t 'November,. eighteen:: hundred and vemb'er ,seventeen hundred and nin
sti ,
of'twentieth Januaryeigbteen hundred:and resident 'ulated- in the'fourtb I rticte of r efJ.l r., -
Louis authorized the of June the .fourth' article .
by act twen stipulated ,,of the '
ty-seventh,eighteen bundred and forty-six twenty-five, six thousand dollars. treaty of fourth January, eighteen hundred I he treaty of ,twenty-first; September, eighteen seven, four-hundred, .. ., .dollars... --t.. ,, oti'thousandliundredeilars.. .:

one thousand two hundred dollars. ; For annuity three.district chiefs, stipulated 1 forty-five,' three.thousand dollars. hundred and thirty-three, five hundred I TO'THE1'OTAWAT1I1IES: :. .. ,.To..1'HJ SUECU.CUj,1IE1r.'fOU, "i V

.i'; For pay of. clerk to acting superintendent in the fifteenth article of.the. treaty oftwentysefentb' ,TO THE *' ollars.'' -'.V' .?. V F permanent annuity,*stipnlated'in"theourth -V For permanent ann ity.r > L'ea b/ 'InteJ-11 V .

of.the Western Territory. by the same act September, eighteen hundred IOWA0.f -Tor pay of -farmer; durhzgthepleastie of r f (articleof; the treaty of 'the third.August est on stockv'pefact of the nineteenth Feb*
one thousand dollars. 'Van d thirty1seienhundred and fifty dollars.. _For-interest on one'hundred and firt -se the President, stipulated in'the fifth article Beventeen- hundred and ninety-five, ary, eighteen hundred-and t1 {.lr* Vousand

For buildings at agencies and repairs thereof For life annuity to one'.Wayne' warrior, en)thousand' fie hundred.dollars, at five per, o! 'the: treaty of' .twentyfirrtSeptember; /! thousajid'dollams.V oneth- doUars 3 > '. c't?'**?". V V V.

two thousand dollars.' stipulated in)the'.twenty-first 'article of the centum, stipulated in the 'second article of ighteen hundred and thlrty-tbree.six.han: For'perm nent''annuity, stipnlated":in-.the< ''For inrereatizlieu l investmentpa,,MT :;:

-For:presents to J Indians five thousand dol-, treaty of twenty-seventh September! eighteen the treaty of, nineteenth Oct bir,;' 'eighteen ![red dollars. [ j r._ V bird -article of the treaty of thirtieth Sep., entyfive'thousand rdpllars.rit.fiTc.per ceot-j _' ..,
lars.1 :' hundred and thirty; twenty-five dp.jars. hundred and thirt -eigbt.;'; seven'thousand V 'T blacksmith mnIIseistaid, 'dorine :the t ember,'eighteen hundred and'ni e fiv' han um; per act .of 'thXitwentysefenwJaiieljeighteen : ;

.'.For provisions Indians,eleven thou For'perm n nt provision for Dlackemitbs. eight hundred and seventy-five! is.TO pleasure of the President ,stipulated 'In the d red dollars. V *"- .". \ f hundred'and. / ny-aix threeIthbo! ;.

'f: :.i1d.eight hundred dollars.; tipulated in the"sixth article"of tbe treaty THE KICEAPOOS. f ourth'article of,the treatyiof fifteenth'July, '' For, 'perin nent annuity, stipulated in the sand seven hundred land'fifty'a'ollarf.. -'. ul'
; of eighteenth October'eighteen hundred and eighteen hUQdred and thirty;.seven hundred I '
.For contingencies' of'the Indian t bird :article of the treaty of second October,
'thirty-surtboosand five hundred Depart dol]I LI twenty"and ninth article of the" treaty'oftwentieth For eighteenth of'nineteen instalments. as andtw.eutydollars.t 1'-. ,,-.' -.... .X fit' e'ghteeii'hundred and eighteen,two thousand TO *THK tTOCKlUlIlN) JU:'-' ';i 't
lars/ -January,. eighteen; ;: hundred and annuity, stipulated. in-the: fOurth article"of; For iron', and"steel 'for' 'b p-'d
; twenty-five, six hundred dollars -. die treaty pf twenty-fourth October-. .eigh, p pleasure'of President. ,;two kindred and I, For. 'permanent annuity, stipulated :in* the dred d !1afs 'at five'per ;cearamj stipalatedj

C .TO:THE'cilBISTIAS' IKDIAS! For iron and 8t eli&,for -shop, stipulated J td tdel'nl ,hundred and' thirty-two-" ,_ five.thousand' t weaty'doJ rs.- 't t. r'TO'THE :" second article of the.treaty of twentieth Sepr j n.the ninth article' of-the treaty of the"twen* ;!

.Forjinentann'uIy; eUpolated in the in the ninth article of the treatyof: twen V .-, : .- -,' TV OTroWA8V' ; :# t eiber;.:eighteen bundred twenty-eight tt. y-fourth Nbvemberr eighteen hnridred,aaPortyelgnV'eightf I
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acts of May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred tieth'January, eighteen hundred and 'jfTO THE KANSAS. thousand dollars. :,handTed".and *
twenty- ,.' V. : ". .Tor. annnfty ';stmulated-'jn the two : : ( tt tt .
and twenty.fourandIay twentieth; :eigb-. I five, three hundred and twenty dollars", ;- 1 4'For interest'on f '"two -hundred'r"' thousand' dolarsj ")-' j ourth'.aeticle.V'olVlbeVtteatV permanent .of the third Att- i :For life annuity to chief, stipulated ii1tJeco ; ollars.' .! _V '* .f"'y. '.rj.j V ..:.. .." .c.;.SJ ,

teen'h ndred'and twenty-six, four- ., hundred- V TOTHECBEEM.V ,,' t r I li ; at five .per: centum,' stipulated: i in' the g rust, seventeen hundred and.Dinety-ti'e.one 'n d.articlebf' tfie, treaty oftthe twentieth. i i sxJtI3sr3sIn. V .. ,IItJ ;
dollars, ,. .. .r J.''. ;;1., second 'article of the treaty-of:fourteenth' thousand dollars. -. a\- "V September, lCigbteeahundred and..,twenty-! ; For interest:\on?'three'.-hundreti tbotuand t '.

.' : T&ymt cinrpEwis OF BAGIKAW .For. ,permanent annuity,.stipulated! injbe tJ January, eighteen hundred and forty-six,'ten I l-Tor'; :,'permanent{annuity>; stipulated; i'n"t the r eight onebundre&dollars., j?.i*', > -' dollars,.at; five'PCI celDtam JBtipalated Sa .the :

.For lb fourth article of the treaty .of:seyenthAujust | ,t housandftollarsV *,? second article.of treaty of;:'seventeenttrNovember : permanent.annuity, ,hpulated.l.n.the.secoo4 second article ox.the treaty:ot'twenty-oinlbir
permanent annuity, ,ItO
: 4 seventeen hundred j t
stifa'lated' an-nin'eiy,7,9 V :1 : article.'orthe: of twentyninthFuly
hundred and, treaty September, \,hundred and
eighteen eight
fourth of ,* seven it1..r
arjicle the ( "
Augu* thousand five hundred dollars- f : 1qT"IJMLUI: t. I ; V J ;,'eigbteert" hundred and twentyinine,, fifteen thousand dollars. .
hundred doilar&V eo ; 'Xm tf
eve teen hundred and Dlnety.fife'ooe tnoui; For in"ihesecond 'For i in the sixteen thousand dollars; '" ::
.' permanent annuity, stipulated : permanent annuityrstipulated;: annuitystfpulated.in I [ : V VForffteenthQftwenjnnMja.i. : .
, Forpermanent !
and dollar*., ,, .. ? V article of the .sixteenth June fourth article.oLjhe.treaty of L For'nineteenth"of "TDstalment
treaty pf twenty-third ; V twenty as in stipulated il* it2iijsle '
f ourth.articje'df, jhe treaty bf' seventeenthSeptember'eighteen inity, goodsj ..the second
second For permanent annuity,,stipulated in the eighteen hundred' 'and' V ,two, three thousand' October, eighteen; nd d..'and'twentysix. hundred and, 'eighteen annuity stipuated'ia'thejhir&article'! 'of ti .of the'.treatj', bf twenty.ninUt'Sefte V

November article,of eighteen the treaty hundred Seventeenth and h dollars VVV V I. Iwenty- 'thousand dplla'rsf : V' ?.' me thousand five hundred dollars.(-: s.. t he:treaty_of.twentieth October" ,. eighteen b ier, eighteen.hundred and. ; $*-.}ten! .
seven., For permanent annuity stipulated'in 'the For permanent'provisionIfoH blacksmithand jundredand..'thirty-two, fifteen;thousand "" *
eight hundred dollars. ,FPrpermanent annuity,.stipulated in the.'lo'urtfJ thousand dollars -Va,: tSU---"f SJ:
tJfor fourth.article of.the ; assistant stipulated inthefilth article dolars'! 'V"'Y
treaty twenty-fourth ; ; i tLrticle'-- the 'twenty-ointh. August V For fifteenth,of twenty;:fnstalmtat .. fort
fourth permanent annuity, '[Stipulated in. the' January, eighteen bandred,,and' twenty-six; of 'the ,treaty of. sixth October, eighteen tigbfeerf hundred and hventfone one thou.: Tor life""annuity"to chiefs'stipulated in t.be:!pucbs of enedIciusjgri ulm U 't
article of V ,
ot treaty twenty-fourth t wentythousanddollars. / b undredand eighteen 'seven' hundred !and ... be.tliird 'articleuf thetreaty of 'twentieth ;
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; ; 'e : aaDd dollars ;J. 'r V 1., tTO premeD .and.ucl1f_ $ .
September; eigbleen.,hnndjed. *, .7.. > "
andnineteei'V Tor'twentieth f'twenty 'instalments inmbney'stipulated twenty dollars: -- < :imt "ktober, eighteen hundred_ and!'thhrty-twoj( l armera,";physiciana, kVM4'4. .
ont thousand doUars; .. ; i in'the eighth'article of the For iron and steel f orsbopi two' bundred I THE bTTOWASAS0 C IPP WA8. ;four hundred dollars.<. ttipalated J.,:second article of the treatyof '," : .
.' Forpersnanentproviaonfor ).. support treaty iof iweoty'.fouJth':'Marcb-l.eigbteeo and twenty dollars. \ ,t*: For the s ienteenth'ot twenty thstalroents i 'For DlDetee.ntfofitwentYIData1men! ,'as. tbevtwenty-nintliiSepteni6er, 5eheeai '

of blacksmiths, and (farming utensils and .hundred, andthirty-two: thousand. dol ,For permanent provision for the purchase ,tipulated iB.the.;fourih'article ot the.trea\y! : annuity, stipolated in the third article the b UOdreLUd iye.'eigbtho"iind: \ V

cattle, andihe, employment p jntoiaid lars; .,. ,. ofloDe-thousandipbunilsTof{ 'tobacco,';.two of ;went ighth'l.eMarch:eighteen,hundred' ,+-. treaty.of twenty-sixth'October,eighteen huiidred twohnndred and tjdofla ( $:tWIt V
.article tbeouin of I jBtipulated a.lbeJJight.h' ; For'permanent1 provision- -for'blacksmith I t thousand pounds o iron; and one].thousand I and thirty-six: thirty thousand dollar*.: and. \ thirty o ,twenty thousand'dollars J- .For: fifte'enthof twenty iiwtahBent tot Aearcbaseolt V ,. .
the, treaty jot fpurthrlSe'pJember.eighteen and assislanVstipnlatedln eighth article pounds'of Bteel t;gtipulatedju j the fourth, .ar? 'Tor inte'reV tOi.b'1J d M'annaity."cintwo V'*y '<- I. t /v ; Fisions etipalated'- .tI J "

; ;,bundred s and, ;niBeleei ,:'anil; the- Oft:thlt. ,treaty; \ttwentyfourt6\: January; tide orthe'trfe ty.of twenty-third: October, : hundred thousand dollars stipulated!' For seventeenth,of twenty instalmentil as sI econdtrticteof.tbe$ treaty of tweat I. : .

.eOtthde! of.the;treaty /onrteentb; eight'hUDd-.. d';twenty'Six,. ieight/httn,. eighteen: hundr. ::and; : .f*e.'JtY151xseve l the resolution of,.|bo:! Seoat 'of twenty,. annuity 'stipulated! : tbejthirdrarticlebf: the I September.'eigbleen dril and thittyaefen :I' 11

January,..eigbteen hundred ocl.-thlity-', died andfprtyjlollara! ., ... ,* :. : QncJ'aacr.senl idollar r'.-* V nth ergbteenr'hundred: and hirty I ixtwelve" keatpt'th; twenty-sjxth' ptethbercctgii'te ;f re.thousantliveVbnn&doUars.tJ,fv ; 11

twotbousaud.dollars." i 'I L i\ Tor iron and sttel for shop;.two'r..1 hundredand R I .-;For-perm" l provision: jTor, .pay, of.milrlerrrn'ie thousand dollars'. '; : -: / j,,l:: n'bundred and thirty-three, fourteen thoasanddollar5 '?V ;. .:. J4& "'r." ? U.P-LI01I'" rang |?-pe ir 'of[ Con? wrentydollari,4. *"> / "*" : -t;;, l | ,'of;guHsinitbstipulated! \ .,in,tthft .'i i :Fdducatioii, for &tfycnd; drit 1 fV '*.* :??m"/ '***; & 'TO TH V'-?:I.1CS'&Q-'"-w-'V-v- OXES 0 i- IIiI V
(rress, stipulated in ,the sixth article; of.thetreaty \ i\[t. For fifteenth" "twenTyrlnilalments for fifth rticlii 6f the uea\y'ot Hbi ;sixtb,0ctbibet ring the pleasure of:Congress etipo'lated : F Hit th4t fci. hTef, tipuTi!d.I I! iiiio t on one.ii Dd a.fi- V
-of flfthAngust,'eighteen.hundred attrenty'sJiVone id ( hundred the fourth article of-the* the thifr%article ofmeueafr4ofVjwenty.Iith"CV thousand,
!jibe p"aybf wo blzcknnllbs and.assistants, eighteen aniielghteenrand fifth treatyof twenty ; -, en fh44ftoUazs, at.'Avigbteer :
tbousand', Collars- '. ;'. ; "J* r'11 p 1ate4 ,Ik\h.t eeDlh'article ofetieiicle iirtiele of thfr treaty of secdu ua:October iigb-4 eighth aiarcb; eigbteentbuudred and thirty Sepimbright D\f )nndred-aad Pr.- Cint. .. it.- .'" w. .i.-e ; :t. l ; ."

TorIt. ,caswiJU9OflUWZXxZI1' treaty; :twentIfo .M "gbS4e 1 |een.hn. | e 1 WEli.uPJ 'f'.'; IID4 Jf"., ,'I hundred I and tbirtT.t"wo' ,onetbousand ix, t.&: $ ftf tg";.-.\\ .: VZ ftissinfot twentyVyearsVsn.4 di 14'For -, ForjiMity severiteenfl ?bfM 1weD"l'n.t e "-1I1 41B1, rtY"YIA." evaa: "

.T Fore6ueation riDr )a'Cll.eon. J dred J1d eibtydo1lrs:' .: lr f"Tonimianent.provuHon: for the;pttrcasQOf1 .nog theiIeasttre I f C gresiUphIated I in ;atipj1f t ted,in' the secthid3ulRlI tho_. eight, .hundvTtf .triDcf. .,_ ..eenydalbr4. 1of. ._'
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E7essistipQlat4td Dtthf'fifthErticle ottfae.Ue r.Fot lron,' Meer41for;; ib pifii 1iirettand l n bun4re'a'ucH.iitlba hel*s6f Bait, tlw)fottrtblutkleKofl i: 'th* treatyof.Cwenty jn.entaU.ttictettheaty' tHEiaAc' ?". Tiroixi ," "

$ty>z>L eleventh August, bondredone.Jlboa8aodl.five '. ) forty'doHirs': j-.: : i lU .tiputated.in the filih'erticle of the treaty Volii If 'eighth! .Alarcfafieigh teen j Jiuodred.acd* .thirty i"Lfl1be4gbt' .d thirt. ."f'f.r. Aia! l'Z or V.t -
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uuaa tbirtye ven, fifty-five, thMtddGiIa -. -, : r uwccii* / _i4ettet'rroin MrbjePri43t > setn | .

For tweatfcA"cl .tbirty: instalments for For interest. eigbty-fiv uf llicJr{ )1J 1..._ 6."Y.X. ,0.. .: v,:-fL., .' B .. i rtoma BrbwrWlFr; yftbelWtpfriBtf,I:t. ifefa,toijOreely: l(t* : il There is a,beautiful.variety of tkswet:, .
: iron, 'steel,&ev; for shop,. stipulated the han at be 'fta: tump< .'iL\ d itthefourth -, 1 -"\" J1' rV> "-iw"- -> '- **r.'Ht TF!,* in Mex-e-which! I baffBots '
p Pn
; : tC
OnitM pctatoe ,
board CC
loortli iarticJe oftbe 4 \: iar artl iLUhat'. port > .% [ taMt: e r':u g lii erc.
of '
.1Ii ,
treaty twenty-first ani.cJe o i1 J. b ft! :. ', .1JIV.R .q..tJ\Jt Pli : '- < 'marO"l'md
. t : ; States Cotter Crawl rlf eV.aM pla'sed datever, b.e 1 elsewhere. It 3,of ,a' deep -
.. September, eighteen i hundred and tbirtv-two.,' October, etg'teen hundred and fortY'iI'Jo !' -' ,- .! : 'Capir'C 'aa I.I- <$

two buodred and twenty dollon .thousand two hundred,,and .fif r.4 Jt\ra.: ,'i', 'Jlr. TllTJL'E4$ ,, .: '.took rooms.with,bis sbn-In-law"! ;"Judge Dpng- cur should be made'"op lo him'by bis friends.ly out. If -Opportniih!!iolBers,- r'IU:1e'

.t 'J Fcr twtotieth thirty instalment for 'will be. jfbnTMrv: i lU | 'i HA nJV MMt A rMT\ *A 1o >'rl\.i fat 4 Gttf.. _t io.. D'l iIlf J ., tl .
I : ( b.* ,. T n& Wxjs:' ", see n 'lf f Y .....t'1'1bir.GoTernor-w.. .,.._", -,. '....of liIl: b i J'11I
4' -ivi *H'i-r--jw --fi f> '
: of01Ut'b;:,.!rJde:<>f.tbel'tratY.of t Itiiu1aIed'ifltbe twenty-firs lfor permanent annuity, stipulated;#in-The j'othe Senate oh the 8lh Jnst., that hededares '' eive&by the commuDity. :Fbs-were susndedfroi ) :'h ne1Ift!:*bcr.upoYthe appearance; of it.Ac eomQotL jHS4' 'At.-t thu tirqi' they..'tt would,_ ,. .S .

c s mterVVlgKleefi? hundred1! and .ibirt fifth article of the, treaty ''of' iheeconIofOctober : : 1 ws int>ntloh tbv contest,the' 'sea(:of'Senator' j thefujping and,, ujkJan1a dcYr9s.'.,.. ."caret to. :. BOtontJ' nwhich My .uclrozen.I 1j'ICt .tDe1''ouid_ 'arrV.Flprula. ."
two, tjgit hundred fortyd&lIars.- three thousand'dollars.; eighteen hundred, and..eighteen- !)3llory,.to which the latter was after.severalhaluirigsformally salute, ::of. ; eighteen' guns, fired. from the ) says::";t "- ", Very frutyiypnrs: &c. ,}! -

:,. : ; .- EOT twtttieth-.of fct : thirty. instalments for To defray the expensesof, the chiefs- ,of. 1 declared* ,elected by.our. -ha.,'c k.s '.::0 .'to.a. ( r ,' 1.f "","Will you'have_ ) .goon ei .'to'l. ri in .BUCXfAWSRflIt.
irbftVvteel.' ? the -
'', : foar&artidevof; for-ehop(th\treaty.,. stipulated. of twenty-firs in.. theOneidaIndianinVisconsinbn' nr; visit t tat'oeral i-r--: :*l'"r.: !*: MrYul",- .- :-states- r t V I .Jy.' p J (P P .a meeting!i your fahi paerOI it"refers-t9PY1 io'Tne/w that ntterlrontrae thiastatemenfso ;' fJ t. '4 COLCMBUS, DajLW- di R9Jr'

!I 1 September, eighteen hcodred and tIlrt1-! o to Washington: in eighteen"hundred and fifty* bs-own"g! nhich7may,be supposedwewillTrbn'C'nce'ffimsy I ,ca1ld! )2 i !( J c pton i j fin ;,Mr*Hawks ever' showed me.any'SUChtterLnever '" UeA'tfr Writ. GdZdII, (tAI Il v. .
lation'lto! .. '
in their treatkrwithiheUnited = .
; k two hondred aad,twenty dollars, ." one i't : ;: as V.)matter;,of the.ExecuUre! pf ,tne Sate.A. ,compliancewitiva I le : knewCthat,. be'hadLrece?ved -" \' ,- ,' .', .., -
"! t.. ,_for. t..atietbol"thirty$ : ..instalments i for >(State8i.; rendered :.necessaryby .toe .11? which :reaoiution.'tbe committee; ..waited. such letter '-hare I ever madel: DONon.-'J'O COV' 1"o..i '.,
!r fortybarrel f I&'t' ;stipulated! Un.tbe'ut deranged condition of-their afiaire with the course;but, Ao'think J ;we. ,shoald.regardsotere.our t. .Whi9exeeilencyai any nor any Pursuant w-the.1-niticettW) ..hzeii"f
Federal 'one'thousand:'dollars, ; poljtical; ej dices1-foinstesd 1 twelve o'clock?ron the'l at; such (statementtosMrv Otis, .ot'anbody:
; wfereiiee'ld .
!; article of tire treaty of twenty-firsf Seplenvber ." '11. 'hj ,* ". .'-' o Key Westfwrthbuf partyy assembled
1! ,: eighteen hundred and thirfy-tw, two Forauearagesdue the first Christian! arid of against t him. We heaftl'. .,rumpfs":' :ibis; and conducted him,tb'th'e United Stales*pistrict 'e1* ; : at the City Hall on Wednesday eventing -' ,

t I hundred doI1rs.J\ Orchard Parties of Oneida Indians\VisOtf-\' -. intent on'the part'6f the,wij/.ex-Se'nator'du." : I i Cour Rooti. ,where there_ jwasi, assembled Bat. ibe, ,." 'i,idiafiw J' ,'-'weepigl. ', 'n'd i irnptyenied last-to make amnjementtr.tor the reception
It[ .J I *'Tor twentleth Ihirlyinsialmtnts ; i nandertbe treaty of seventeen hundred and *,' '., i- 7 4, ;l '' -1-- ;t J p bl itlr Asmun,'eo.Ueague -Hi* EzeehIencyTbomas'Brown. *
, ;JO! thousand and ting l rir; stay in Washington! r but:j it left .number of-tadiesa i dgenthemenanda; : o
::7.t t fot1ykeg*,tobacco, stipulated the'fourth ninety.six'vne neven hundred 'address of Alfen,'oa the floor of'Congress as BOOR as '';i AleXander Patterson Eq:, .Mayor of the -',
: dbllars and there impresedfrom'what.we were inform and beautiful delivered
article of the sixty-four eightycents.- appropriate wqfi '
of 'twent first' wjui'calledjothe chair and'JobIP7'
treaty )- Sep : ) :
I .&. 24ndbe further''enacted, That ed thatt b d b o'given.over.Tiie the'Hon::S.'RVMailory: ''W 'which it wasjmade., Ashmun pronounced, .it'lan '.'
{ ji j tember, eighteen hundred and tbi! \"; : ; ; hope by; 7 Bald, win, Secretary. '

\t'l ': ai. hundred dollars. ,. ._ from a.ndafter the thirtieth day of June next. of; Mi.:;Yuee's! tenacious'friends in that cityat 1 his excellency fesponded: A ,b qualified falsehppdl'A ..: ; .On motion of W II W. ,)MeCall .Esqvtbe,

\.r :j *.For .inter st on two hundred thousand all laws lor,or the parlor.JawI; now'in: force,"pro? first hung upon;'a'misstated' Tote' fom' a A complimentary BalL was giver" \on j the" : ft !- proposilipri.inofed i .$ -* by Julian* ,'an' Indi- chairmanwas requested to nominate and ao*
dollars, at five per century stipulated in'the vidiug appointment or.employment 4 confrere of Allen '.the''Jlouseio point .committee- of..twenty .to make tht
t'l ded; any ap
H :i isecoad article of the.treaty of thirty-first October of'superintendents Indian affairs, of whatever private"sbuice'aswell;. Vnpbn'what he f following:Monday, which was aue oy ne mrir !! ,. m'ahifestatioft.tohe .
character, for ,,of,the: Indian tribes the rule of the *and : 'of they 7 tvhscb point 1 i a omr itte to investigate the chargesj 0
i' eighteen hundred and thirty-seven. ten any alleges, 7 p4 the, beauty fashion place,; t .Goyernojr the) respectful consideration of.
/ [ thousand dbllaw; ".4 I, east or.the Rocky-mountains, and "North of the blank.votes. 'The journals show no sucl b ,1 says,the'correspondent'the'Savan.. was .Ied'bw.n Jh that b&Jyby'ali: omfwhelming : t commnnitjr 'upon',lhe 'Interesting"occasion ,

}f \ .. For..,'interest 'on, eight hundred thousand New Mexico and ,Texas,' 'shall be,.and', the vote'as'thatfrwnhichMr."Y.first; ; 'hbpei nah'Republicanr/ we can say." without boast ;.number. ,: of hU first,,visit to this! Island. : ,,
and that the
"t t dolkr*,,at five per centum, stipulated JnUbe.Kcorid Kame.are' hereby'repea1ellj; ; can',exceed the fierceness of the ':The roU 'IIGentlemen; were. therrap.
: I: article of tbe treaty of the eleventh' President be,'and;:he' is' hereby authorized; to_derive advantage-, but he is now Iredl c'ed i ito jng-:no,city j in the. South Lcan surpass it.I .**-* tlothiog pointed by the chair to .the/said
by.and with the'advice and [consent; of the the. lie'vote2 t which'he wishes.lo'&nstrue The sanie correspondent adds f % Freesoilers of the Allen"stamp In their bostility
Ii; October, eighteen hundred nd forty-two, 7 : ., c ommittee.'s .t' '
i-* -' i -- :
; l r forty thousand dollars, Senate,'to appoint three' superintend hts..of "as uiiniinpusfor himself ,It'.is hardly .as ".THe Governor ;is atpreseht'offar trip..to t,to'snch- a character as,, Daniel-- f Webster' >; r-i \! .0. OHARRA Esq1.Clr4innan T. CapL.Da.,

,J; ,1 1, rT ,.T 'alUw5ust Indian an affairs-annual for said salary Indians: each,'of who two:shali thou receive -- I dignified asthe belief. '"of fihe man who. .*'facetion8ly..congratnlated j the east'coast and tb'e.Everglades"bf i.vhich He l lve'jinttthtandhe is.a"J rock in thevpathway.pf.: : their) .fell t o ri
1 ,0 \ is ;;desIroUs of obiaiiiingas i 4 igna lowering ; ,and' >moment Esq-i J. C. .iloyt Esq., Hiram BenterK'..q ,
t t i : For,perinanent annuity, stipulated in' the st and dollars,"and.whose duty it shall be": to 'himself 'o&: belnjuhanimouslyleft'athome. 'much information' 'so ?upon every '
t as'possible, asMqorm.an W. H. C M. WelU
Wall ; ,
fourth article of the of third exercise -t. threatening to'crush 1 m.i6Da Esg EsqE.
t treaty August, a general superintendence over sucb'tribes .. _
opinion of the pra'cticabiiUy."ofrain1igthem. i f A.Folker '
.t ; seventeen hundred and ninety-five,one thousand of Indians-as: the1 Presidents the fd ,k Eq,, J.tMi Braeewejl Es4.1 W-
1 r .,:: S dollars. United States'or the Secretary! of the Department In the first.place as to the'lmpfessioh"under :: ? ." ''' ., ui, v ; .... I PJEHRY'S Lectures dxpeT'm'ents W.MCaU, Esq, SR..MahloryEsiim.

t :: ;1.,For permanent annuity: stipulated in the. of the Interior, may direct, -and .to which the Assembly'acted.as to"' tke ." LAND ,vAnRANTs.-.1 j ,'witbtvhicb 'our ,comthunityin| ; }: ow Slaryin_E. '.,.J.. :L LaDe eTr"F.sq",J/P,.
'ft L fourth article of the of twenty-ninth execute and all the and ditties rule of voting;its course;"shows that 1theinmber'sre and Baldwin;, Esq., P.-J. .Fontaner Esq AF..-
edified announcedagain'
r .' treaty powers ,. .. ,. The"bill making the Bounty Laqd warrants : being amused, are, Tift, Esq.;Charles Tift Esq.,J-B. Browne ,
p I September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, now assigned by law to superintendents ,'riot'bimd;.:forwe, learri'.thati issued under the late! act'of for:' hfs :evinipg/as Will. 'be seeiTin E'sq1G. L.Bowne D '
-: t '" two thousand dollars. .. of Indian aflaiis: Provided, That the Governor i- j s : 'Copgressassignable : q. 4 '
t 'For permanent provision for the purchase of Minnesota shall continue to' be ex question as to adhering-> the resolution although. adopted .tin-the Senate, 'another column. The mysterious'develop I motion of C. Tift' Esq.the cbairmaa

: l t. ofsalt, stipulated In' the third article of the officio superintendent of Indian affairs for of t General Assembly of 1848, requiringa was lost, through that' !'body 'Laving" made ments of .piU ogy"" other "-.termed E1ecrBjologg'bai waS added to the committee- ',

, t t treaty of the seventh June eighteen hundred that Territory until tbe President shall otherwise majority of the 'whole members elected I .to amendments which required .its return i awakened the"wonder .of ;The' meeting then adjourned and the committee -,
't ::f and three dollar. : at once, made the r fohlOwingarrusge
sixty direct.SEC.
constitute an'election, was. ooted,on, .the i "
'rf; !t.1 For blacksmith and assistant, during the 3.-And be it further enacted, That again to the lower' House,. 'at. so late a m-- the 'curious, for'ye r8" and/are every day ments. s'.' -

,4 ).4 1 pleasure of the President, stipulated' in the hereafter. Indian treaties shall ,be negotiated eve of the election and the principle of tne ment. in, the session as < (prevent its' being becoming the"subject of.scientific .Jnvestiga "On motion of 0, O'IiaraEaq* itwas resolved -.
-- *
?" fourth article of the treaty of eighth -Au- by such officers and agents of the Indian resolution:tacitly yielded to. The same'prin"ciple 1i T !t acted t ,on.. The JZepuW/c f'seems Tinally to.inti.maie tioji.Aln'the bands-of Dri:'Perry !they ire that a sub-committee should wait upon -'

';. gust eighteen' hundred and thirty-one eight Department as the President; oi the has governed in both.the separate'nd I that, Congress having sanctioned the<: made. ;comprehensible and' attractive! For .His'Fxcelkucy on,his arrival at this port,"
and learn from
would be ;
q.!IJ' bundred and dollars.For.iron eonvenient
forty United States .
may designate'for'that purpose joint bouses of the Assembly ,before 1848, several has commanded .
.t) steel ll'tc.; for shop, during the I' and.no officer or agent so employedshall principle! of assignability, although 'it- did nings'puhe; ,to'meet his.} fellow citizens' of Moo--
and the ire the But .
t pleasure of tbe President, stipu1ated in the receive any additional compensation contrary' exceptions., t not complete the jaage,of the, bill,, the, large and ,Intelligent, audience! who mllJlk roe. / i ,. -

'ffC fourth article of the treaty of eighth August, for such service. yielding .that, point t.,.bow)is Mr. Yulee! or Department might -authorised in.re, reversing fest,the''. utmost'gratification: at:the.;results That at tbejime appointed the Flags at,

;i"{1 eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two faun SEC. 4. And be further tnacled,' That in even a Democratic Senate, to 'disregard. a its former decision! g.the: trans \vit s5ed. *" the differ nt'CupoIas and the vessels' taporthou1d .
own .probibiti. v v -
3.. ; died and.twenty. dollars.. lieu of the twenty-three agents and subagents moiety of blank 'voles, which it is notorious .,,, ;t f -t- !t.-: '.-. -' be exhibited, a salute of 13 guDs' b fer of -Irl'1'i. "
and the him
warrants- : : TOTHE, EDITOBOF Tui "RUuWCAIf." fire, committee'obouhl escort
. f :TO! THt:.SESECAS AKD-SHAWXEES.: heretofore employed for'th .-Indians in_Florida.were 'all! against; Mr. Yulee A' : ,. .
totheUnitPd States District Court
01; east of the Rocky Mountains, and north of A New"YorkletterAYs', .Sra:.I have taken the liberty of submitting to Roonw
For.permanent annuity, stipulated In the New Mexico and Texas-11 the President be, Senate governed by pre 'denwould! hardly r "The failure of the'bill making land warrants Jour merciful criticism "mannscript"-notfrttumpr when the public might assemble to render
:: fourth article of the
. t hundred.and treaty jpf seventeenth and he is hereby, authorized, by and with victimize a WhigsucceSt' for so shallow assignable has ..Inducedholders.to'advance nou y however, or in consideration' any their respects aT o the, Hon., S. R. Mallory

:ti one September thousand, eighteen dollars.. eighteen, the advice and consent of the Senate, to I a pretext; much less will they throw./over .priceur :To-day the quotatlons. are merit it miyr In ty possess.:-lnt because inp.eeM 'these \taa rejected.to address His Excellency .Jnbebalf .
eleven Indian who shall each I $1 35 a_ 145.' A"mouth'ago they '$.vereof. '" 0f the Committee and,the citizens at
appoint agents idenfal" times and
: ; For blacksmith and assistant, during the board a talented Locofoco'claimed here u l : < s no -ill especially ,
r receive an annual salary of fifteen hundreddollars.and firingatsilO. \ % in onrqnlet': Villages there Jot oft-times' Iarge/ > ;
,j pleasure of the President stipulated in the beevery1bing.reqnired, on the great questions ? ,little, ; ,On'motYon..the proceedings of the meetingwere
also six other with
: ; agents, an
'f: fourth article of the treaty oi twentieth July annual salary each of one thousand dollars of the day;and who accords in sentiment Finding it impossible to.impannel a. Jury desrthotrnAtterinteret.hig or entertaining,wbiehla 'ordered to be'printed., '.- ; s.. ;
. eighteen hundred and thirty-one, eight : a source of annoyance to'its master-spirit, (the ,
:.! t hundred and forty dollars. whose appointment. 'shall take effect from I II with the umpire of the contest, of non-committed persons i on, the [third .attempt Editor )''Coring; ,the '1ifciUmi of. your paper, ALEXANDER' PATTERSONf. ;' .:.
".. and after the thirtieth day of June next;; and I A to :Gen. Henderson a't New Orleans, Chairtll'
: For iron steel, &c., for shops, during the .Democratic President pronounced the try *ihimU-meTs event occur;you may find j.he pen J. P.: BlLDWIX, '

1t; pleasure cf the" President, stipulated in the the the said agents and shall duties execute and perform all vote on which Mr.. Y. reliesvlo be "no, for participation n in, the Cuban ,expedition, of a'"Voluntary: 'contributor not a.; ped.dt1'It Secretary. -' -

:r ;f fourth article of the treaty of twentieth July, to Indian powers a enls.. now assigned by law. election;" and 'so on'throngh subequent .ballots the U. S.' District Attorney has, entered a s h- and if fife this tpicimen' you' may deem: .T, .

;t eighteen hundred and thirty-one, two hundred SEC. nolle prosequi ,in tbewh 1 ohe' mine competent, I should b proud to .transmit' CONTESTED ELECTION. ,
And be
: and dollars. 5. further enacted. That the until S. R. Mallory,iroa declared elec ; i .cases "
1ft. twenty President be authorized, by and with the advice teithe'ascendatit party'in" the Legislature that of Gen. Quitman, included. meof. through' the mail medium ,a weekly-eommnnieation DuriogtheExe utiYe Session of. the .Sen.' .
%i I TO THE EENECA6. and of the 4 ; or a continuance of this one,a*its numbers. '
consent .Senate, to appoint at 'o tbe'8tb in i.
t '. For the reserving this important discovery to Mr. the presses who' wished.io' magnify the i l las t from time ; "' ,
; permanent annuity, stipulated in four agents for the Indians in the Territory may to time arrive.. r'A '
fourth of the of the Yule himself entered named functionary Into a martyr bese"hi:3 ,Mr., Morton presented the; /ollowmg.
.f article treaty .twenty of New Mexico, and one agent for those .in [3Nb protest was a LIthe ..Very respectfully,; communication, 'from ;the Hon., DAVJI 'L.:
L ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen the Territory of Utah.who shall receive.anannual time' when it was most proper and ef r gbveftipr8liipscould"'not'f shield i i him. from" -4 )1'.M. YCLEE 'which waS read and, ordered to-* be'

"; I five hundred dollars. salary, of fifteen .'hundred.-and fifty ; to'the l ,4 _:1 '
law out .
fective. And now Mr; 'Yulee-while.hithertb I. amenability .are; now:crying! ."' printed : .
E I' For PnOGn ss : .
permanent annuity, sipulated inthe dollars and "all the duties of
perform '
agent 'WIL shame that he'could not'be tried,after tbe had .WASHTXCTOS,March 8 1851. ;
;$ fonith'articleof. the of protesting to retire from public ,
seventeenth such Indians I -
treaty to or tribes as shall be assigned Once had dreams of hop,!- the .
:, September,' eighteen' hundred and eighteen, them by the superintendents of Indian l life-finds.butone;; expedient upon, whichhe resigned his office and gone :down: to, New But ttey have fled, *-' ; To I bes Senateof leave JLo the United States from' .

five hundred dollars. affairs for those Territories, ,respectively 1 can fall. (and fall he. will upon it) i tq Orleans bedewed .with', so many. ;ijfs. fro m "l tEn the young lad could'opt, : daily, journal; :of present the GeneralAssemblyof.an extract jbe

.g For blacksmith 'and assistant, during dIe under the direction of the President, or' eSecretary maintain place. Blank and scattering votes! thfe &'S ypith is"of'dowitr dden Cuba. 'T was embed and'dead f '."i"'' Florida printed by'authority and.for.the use "
:i & pleasure of the'. President, stipulated in tbe ;
the'Department of..the Interior. are nothing i in hi., *timat Atvn k h. J ". ,Let the poor,shattered flowsr of that body, showing the'proceedings:'and
fourth article
of the of '
the 7" A nunN.roT.- ". "* *
SEC. And be
treaty twentyeghthFebrnary. 6. it further enacted, Tbal t : : ** : '
hundred :. i ing a few blanks have made ballots void timeout "memory well; '. rote which took'place on tie 13th; of January .' ,
;. eighteen and thir- tbe superintendents and agents to be appointed In Greenville e District,South arotfna"i; at Twill oft reciflthe1iur, "- -':" last'i in 'ibe choice:of Senator of the ;

ty-one>eight hundred and forty dollars.. under the provisions of this act beforE of number. If Stephen R. Mallory i is the late,election for members of the State We &.- :! United States for the term a tl
: For iron and steel, for shop, during the the diities.of lheir commencing e
. entering upon > respective ousted by this device, it will add another I to prospectivespecial and Convention ., : fourth oUlarct4cnrreiit.It'will .' -'
;, "li I pleasure of the President. two hundred and offices shall give bond in such penalties and 1 extraordinary KIndheartamyoraLayem.I ,1. ,
the of deeds for which oj f be the
catalogue some seen of the
; dollars. the Union candidates received vote president joint'ineetingannounced
4 twenty with such security as tbe President or Secretary a : Most rudely \
: .l. For pay of miller. during the pleasure of of'the Interior may require, and shall l the Democratic party of Florida have learned of eleven'hundred io five hundred for the',secession Most my star sadly sever set, .? in whereof that there was no choice,

.t. < the PresIdent of the stipulated of in the fourth February 'article bold their offices respectively for the term oi i f lobe grateful David L.-Yul e. ticket. .While the Charleston Mercury Andset/ornwrjr, proceeded consequence in several successive the the votings Legislature, an. ':
-tighth. four
:t treaty twenty years. claims, of the whole 169 members elected Bright forms will'fondl, steal til, on a subsequent.'day, it was 'announcedthat "
. ; eighteen hundred and thirty-one, ,six: ..Sec;7. And be It ..fnrtlm- enacted, Thai t BAXK.. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA., ," '
- 1 hundred dollars. all the laws now in Jorce regulating trade The Commissioners' appointed ',under' the in the State, 127 to be in.,favor of the Where mint would dwell the Hon.- Stephen R. Mallory-was: ,. +
While far I feel chosen. .
and intercourse with the Indian tribes, oi Withdrawal of the State of South Carolina away ; '
TO THE WTAKDOTS.. late'act of the General Assembly, incorporating My own'FAKEWZU..! After a careful examination of tbe'subject
t. such provisions of .the same as,may be applicable alone from the Union."
For in the I have
stipulated a' conviction
. shall be, and the same are hereby, a Bank, in this State, to open books of strong that the first
third article'Of the of the seventeenth I Oh! of: ,
spirit peruhed ,
treaty my years, voting completed an election; that, in fact
extended over the Indian tribes in the Territories '1. have advertised that
March eighteen hundred and subscription, subscriptions As precedents will be adverted to sustain Thy stands and I
forty-two, of New Mexico and Utah. .early memory before me now right, was then duly and constitutionally *
, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars SEC. R:And be it further' enacted That in writing will.be received by them at' or overthrow the claim of .Mr. Yulee, we Then by that'memory which, iO tulght appears chosen;' and that all the subsequent

: For permanent provision for; blacksmith from and after the thirtieth day of June next:t the office of Henry L. Rutgers, from The ,1st: copy the 'f following despatch, which happens Unbend one*more the sternness of thy brow. proceedings were therefore void: -

pp and: assistant stipulated in the eighth article the salaries of interpreters lawfully employed ins .-to be accompanied with 20 per cent. to fall under bur in 'an'.old Come !-if thou'has not quiteforgotteii-: : : It appears that was,the only person pot:
'l I of the treaty.of the seventeenth March, eighteen eye exchange Come!. in nomination; tbat .no'' votes .were gives
. 1t I in the service of the United States in California of the respective amounts in gold or ailverI -
: of the last ballot for Senitor
hundred and hundred before for
'forty-two, seven other -
And bid the Monster dark Despair any eligibleperson and that
Utah and New r ,depart ;
! 1 Oregon, Mexico,
:o t. i t and twenty'doI1ars.: < shall be five hundred dollars'per annum_ and i I I Books to be kept'open sixty. days. the Massachusetts...Legislature, of which. we.1 ,.I/it touch has'ten.me blind and deaf,..and more. than a majority of a quorum of the
iron -
.t For permanent provision for steel, of all so'employed elsewhere four hundred I have advices.' It is at, variance with dumb, elective .body declared me to be their choice
: )
I'f4 j. tcc for shopi three hundred and seventy JOURJTAI,:OF THE EPISCOPAL COXVEimojr. It is and< rstood that,the Legislature:
dollars. Bring thou one of sunshine
dollar-- own recollection of other precedents: ray to my heart! tel
SEC. And FEBEUAEY an impression that the concurring
be 14th.
9. Thai
! f ( i For permanent provision for education the chief clerk in the it office further of Indian enacted Affairs: : We have received a'copy' of the Journal! BOI'TON,' Feb.'27. voices of a major, part of all ,the members
I Iw : in the fourth article of the The'sixternth:ballot; for United States THE Cnthwss.-Peaee to the ashes r
; stipulated .
o ed
'! treaty : dec to the two brand the
shall be allowed of late Convention of the es ( aggregrale'being :
i of the seventeenth March eighteen hundred a salary equal to, that ol f r ,the Episcopa i Senator, yesterday resulted as follows :- the glorious Sun-1ovIn'Auoeiatjou. Memoryof

'J; } f f, and forly4wo.five.bundred, dollars.TO the appointment chief clerk of of'four any additional bureau,'and clerks that in the! Church of the Diocese of Florida held in Whole number '.388; necessary .to, choice. th'ee is, stM, young g;'for thee iithyioun'Uea I anJ that fifty.ninevasnecesary number, to.wit, thirty,to-not a choice having;

p& an I Tallahassee in January last. Delegates were 195. Sumner bad 193: Wmthrop, 168 agesyoung'as wien they stood iii the won declared for
!L 4 ." 'THE:;,WISNEBACOtS."Torr oTce be, and is hereby authorized, two ; tim an eligible person, no choice \
'It.l. in attendance fro-n tbe Parishes Scattering, 27: Slanit, not counted3.. "Totetr"aDd heard In the moonlit '
of hare
!l. 1" twenty-third of jhirty instalments, as whom shall be allowed a salary of sixteen St. Augustine midnight the< vas thought to been elected. *

\ r l!4 t.. annuity; stipulated in the second article of hundred dollars each, one a salary of fourteen .I ,Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Marian.na" Sumner. house Jacked then but 2.The' a" last mystery that..b.baffled tbe. stern tyrantiro:t If I was!legally! elected, as I believe be' ,
t the trratyot the first. hundred hundred dollars and voted, bv majority of youth-*5 Ralet and Rtgulationt." the case, i it is my duty.to assert a*, ht.t."
August, eighteen and
t. one a salary ol f Apalachicola, Pensacola. F, I 1.: seven to the !
subject :
.'t tJ t idtwentynineigbteen tbousand4ol1 twelve hundred dollars. And that the pay. : ; elected and postpone ;for a After, all "Knowledge; iibut a-eirele, that t the office; and, as 'a failure to do to nOw, .

.. "t lars.: m nt of the salary of fourteen hundred' dollars Rutledge' DD.j was President night. brings.us,back whence our wanderings began." when ,tbeSenate 'isIcoxivenedarzd I am

. John Beard Secretary.The '., Generation on'genenttion i preteDt in the city, might in.- yo
'!l Fortwentiei.hoftwenty-seven instalments, to'one of the clerks in :said office, out t Report the President' feeliDp\hopes interpreted
on !
*4i .i f. as annuity, stipulated in the third, articleof of the Chickasaw fund, be discontinued, and I standing,. committee report that. at no I Two *'& fears aspirations' ,,and all the scenes of our panorama to an.
';4 f Ii' the: .treat1 'of ihe'fifteeuth September, eighteen that said salary.be hereafter paid out of the former period. of 'its history" have the .prospects reports have been made,,,expressing life, have)passed since thai\time-Lo! negligence in its assertion, t*have*thought

!I.. i : ,hundred'and, ; thirty-two, ten thousand Treasury the United States; nor shall fur. of the Diocese been tie views., of}the, Majority j and ,Minority of "Ammr MoirrooirEaT"i.with thee race more incumbent'upon me"to bring the subject t&-

;. .< r t.. dollars. ther'payments be made'but of said fund to I more encouraging the J Ildlclary mmlttee of"the Senate, ia response --Theyearning heart.to.renew' its'Intercourse the notice ,of.the body.1 But as my Mend, -

::: .. j. 7ortweity.ihirdof thirty instalments for any clerk or clerks in any of the Executive The General Agent for soliciting contribu to the Message of the President,' with some 'o?, those'lost "Pleaides", Mr.* Mallory who'wiU,. dbubtldas'reganL it
: r" the purchase oi fifty barrels of salt stipulated ,offices. tions for an Episcopal fund made a very sat grown strong- that bare after as his duty to present himself,'with' his credei.t -
: i the second article of the For diem of to the recent, casej.of resistance. to the ; some deliberation : 'als I :8 not now here,'it!is iiotinypurpOseor'wiAto
N. in .trea.tyof payment per a special, age ut: isfaetory report There has.been already i -* / ,determined. send forth "Dov." to .
:.;: j r the first August, eighteen hundred and twen I at a rate notto. exceed four dollars j er",day,,, c llected- fugitive slave .law, by .mob, in the, city.of f i if it may not bring.back its e my OUts Branch.11 .**tee_ p'restheqn stion, nor ask,&de.damn .
. J' 'f' ty-nice two hundred and fiItr dollars. and expenses of transportation, for the purpose Boston. These Reports were laid before the iL .'. a1eutinoor until be cart be present : '
For twenty-third1 of thirty instalments'for of off Indians in old From, St.John's Church,Jacksonville $3 ))5 is n'OtI It is the 14th With respectful consideration, "fel
1. i paying the States S; Senate in the.t hours: f'the"IeS8ion"'on'ueeday r but still it wDl bear the il&iD ,MISEEVA your
. ; ." the purchase three .thousand pounds of and particularly North Carolina Indians,, ", :Trinity; Church, St. Augustine 450 'Mbxna low-citizen ,* D., L. YVLEE.Fdtia

4 r' 1obUco'&ipaJattd. in.the" second article of their removal'and subsistence' fund und er St/John's'Church' Tallahassee, in ,too !late ,to,receive any consideration I.Inc, ;!';the,',direction; -is Sicittia''JUi. ;'.: A A." from'

..; t", the treaty of the first August, eighteen bun. the order and instructions of,the Secretary art. by that body.. :One'is'-froin Mr. BaADBt7RT.the : [We'are happy' in. giving ip'ace"! to tiie i' ; journal'of" tbe:'General
Assembly Florida for the 13th "
;,: ; dred 'and twenty-nine, three hundred*and of tbe Treasury, one thousand'dollars. ... : r other' from; Mr 'Bwrr..t*.> :The 'above'delicate and pathetic effusion in 1851 day,,of
January, :.
'' have been addressed to the other corn
fifty dollars.' Approved, February 27th, 1851.ColIUlon' .' first takes:the ground that no' ,further the' '"On
.'For twentieth twenty-seven instalments parishes the Diocese, and the Agent; presumes ; J legislation pliancejwiih: note pecediOg-andt ,motion by Mr. Milton committee
I p is necessary} enable. l the resident ttoeiecut&StheFugitive account for'some little of :three,' consisting' 'of' Milton,
thousand mystery
fottiepurchaseof five bun- -
lpJlc4Jo. fun that efforts
',_ _.Sl1cfal;! TIur ( are now being made'responsive Baker, and Wardlow
Jred pounds of 'tobacco; stipulated in=the ; Slave Law The by concluding:.that it..i, LENTI5i.: ,was appointed to wait
betvre Clln I
[ A 'V
n man and .t..I
fifth *rtIeI( oMhe' ,of the tbseptember r' i ,to the-object. ,He1, proposes .as;ameans other denies.that'tbe"President .. upon the Senate'and inform that bod-of tlw*
:treaty -- --
WASHINCl1"f.M.utCB3-8P.-1o of tbe has the right me jancies stnke as as chaste and cultivated I leadiness of the House ,:
forming fund an'.annual -proceed to thv
; eighteen hundred and ,contribution '
-.. one hundred and eeventy. ve dollars.thifty-two: ,. ;;Mr., STA.LTTa inhis.seat: when Mr.h from churchmen, with interest, i together to employ the. army,to'suppress i insurrections' ibbngh! pnrposelyrratjc: The '.witter' election of United,States Senator and othet

.For twenty-third of thirty-instalments for Cz.wcMiNcame'along and'spoke to him: pfany kind.witbout observing the same'rules ivesiomanyindca1onsofeautyof jen.tirnjnland officers, ('according to resolntioh reTiois1adopteubytbetwobouses. ,
Mr. STAWLV when with specific donations. t- *
replied, Mr/
., ; CUNOMAZiIJJruDg'.overtbe : T' :
ctbree'btacke.rnitbs and assistants 5hicb'govern him in', the ;
the! third"article of the of stipulatedja the first ds.k.on',StaAly.ud.eru8b. The election.of. permanent Bishop de callingput mili phraseology, that we assure.(bert) "A committee from the Senate announced'that
# tia.
.-. treaty" ed him on.the floor.Vnf "' : r we shall 1101' regard.,any future favors ,the Senate would" ,
Convention i as be
'' i7 August, eighteen hundred and: twenty-nine,' s i\ volving! ,. Rev..FJUKCISHUGEB *. ;; 7 a ready in:a 'few
-1 two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; : Members 'instantly,interfered- and, separated RcTtEDGE was:unanimously i ) :chosen, The character"-pi Mr Webster- was made "superfluity." They'will bemosfwelcr.me: minutes! .togo i into said election. : -. : -

of' instalments /or tbem. -, _. So ,far. .frp renY/cwflJ{ the rt "Tte Senate Centered the'' b' and"the"
For thirty he '
twenty-third : of !
No notice wastaken ot the.assault :by. who afrectionately'raccepted l the,appointment | :subject Tnalevolent!! and petty assault ; manuscripC'nqnf. President 'invitation;

*I Iron steel dollars fcc*> for sbopai' ,, hundred. and. tbe.House. .t ,H.o. yIett'er.4F, t/ *> ;* !- !t. on,the 26tb'ult! : :'pn 'the ""floor .' !tBeHouse !.sent we.. h'aljtpreseryijt 'f for its peca4: took the eba'f.upon' of--Speaker1' t..,. .
-sixtr ;' liar : '
;;, '- .For twenty-third" c of tbirty- iastmentlor :GEN. SCOTT : ill PJ USfi.V.LJ u.T i i Tbe typographical executibn. 'of the Journal .of'Repr' sentatives.'f tUpo the authority neatriess'as'a 'bifou. We shah! : > HThe President having announced tb i' .'fje'ct

laborers and -bieri?.: ip'lte; i, :,thin Whig members7 of the Legislature,of Pennsylvania (performed at the 'Sentinel office)',eanpol of Mrv.Otis blAraine, Allen, a Free- h .h'it1'as *ut .lJ d.''I'a'ii of the joint meeting, and that the;efection -. .

.articltpf the treaty.: 1 'have'had'a" and failto 'strike the' for soiler 'inimical pression.!mjrint,be to tbefcautbor the'returned i for Senator was now in orderfp '' '
; ,rt"AUlB caucus, suggested"tothe.frenda .\ A- -, > .eye!, Iti", .:,izosurpasse -agenus bitterly J to MrJWeb- "Mr.
,eighteen, hundred and lien y.- ; of Genera : Scott,)tliroughout j. ster.since he has U olnl"'ranc& '.Rul1..li DAV V4Tt7LZr:
l : niretbree ) f beaty.andiitheu.: ., )taken his bold stand.agtntzacusets1anatics.jir .:" .> ;" .. for thai''toffice.' 'The''first
; hundred & .An : the State to meet and consult togetherjjpo"n : y. .:-:: .,... ---'- .. .ballot. resulted as
sx : : "J' '-
i' :ortwr1.t twenty-seven instalmentsfoV the expediency r and.,proprietyT or'preseoting .11.4 '' -: : 7 : .. _- ,. '. j-and' subsequently i .1t c9Jan5,185i h. : .follows: 'Tt'fi..t':1'?

) ; hlbeloarrce his'iiarae'Jr. J the net J presidency. .!iFoityfiaraw :Besides the''tJSjpp.Oi'apprppriated" fm'' ffijDeficiency. ;reaffirmed; that Mn}.Webster' :Taccepted :DSia'SU: nd'y Ja feW= "Foa "Iciitt: Senate"Mr, .rroiueuuk
n S of" ;tty' Jtfft; ; are.:signed to the suggestion.. Whig :!bill: for.:,the.htkwdation''pit: 'Jate the'>ffice of Secretary of.Sdtyt'UpOn ed of;kin4e I,hive p per-oI Messrs. Brown of Colombia Brown, of,

t eirbteen i .- tiy.twa'tre:' thou- papers io PennaylvaniacontaAue! ,to, hoist the Florida, "jrplunteer t 'claims_ ,jieT/same: amount condition'that he>receivedjfrotn tb_piti} 't Brfofww4 iVamqnantft.es Hultsborbugb 'FoJohnsOnMaiwetlMoselyPerry ;

D; ,' ttd'dollart. Scott. flagt., . ..A* -- i-.*- /--w is ap'propnated.'fto,.;anpply-..a'ileficteneylbnaccount : : iI cW"W.ti'';.SitN'.. Y : !".ii ii.s: to tbenite i Stalest"TheVrare: : ,' njTay a.'SbweMr : I
RorpTceth'of; Iwentyrteyetj instalments I : .. .. frqr,, !\ :".tJTtuWf1It: o!:ttt MriSneakeiiVMessrs.. 'Andersoim *'
g ; .fer'I jiL : purchase-oi oxen, 'lXpvmtt>''r'' j1 I.l Jr;-We see'a; of claims yet t9 be discharged,, under Bostontbesum of'3pecuntyI i$50,000.*tp'taakauoj, \ and the passion flower I think.I ,coury, Bradley vBarnbamv "Dihrortrt'YmJa"laftl

'H I s,.n4-otMd1wp1enentj; stipulated the late foreign/papersthat the'Tope the bead of pre venting. dFsuptr g [ esi, tttL) MrvWby.the/: hn'flgai8hmrnt dwEhl lntbe: will. grow and Hawes,' James, ..., Jno. -.roDW
:p isticl thstw of; fifsfeSS2j t' l tbi.ccO Id4ci; i i iett :PlbrIda '/: + 8outber'Stated Iue trait.is Kenarv. Kilcrew. Milton
j ft the the Pwpagandi;wfi ln'iijIfreat la on i .. f> o.'his'professionAilefT'akto i : l ? t : Migbee,
Jf : lM. of report tbit'be Italian patriot "' I., t'.' !" cl -- .:''fl" "!'- .'.__ :. (sta:;: raifStat4S **vix4'i''il mue!%:4 1ik1both bItivei: r and ,i( ier.S Smith Stanley,. Steele! ,:' Taylor aodWardilaw ::

M't t : I i!l b lf .f d l' Gen: Ga baW" wi %'erul nerbfftbe "e stwithi. ,J jii 'rtl propr ill letprs.p.f l +ibe.f:St ji .;i; #: ; ;Iliad Wf. M.1..... D-'rth8'r.i, .,..JJ8-b'_t""r'., .. e f>m> !.W, -20S Total' .23.* 1 f .r :jn/c./ sti
J, : ;.large f i waging;: { his opportunity! : ; : notquite'come upjotht keto lLni told tbvineie.1uxuruant "IW-: &idik- .N stin,Avvy,
I : jriiidti iK!, eiiu1nbi.hIn1Iiti to land .upon:th .
? f' .: ip lf! The"Eco Jia'- iafornU the Roman Coy froni, SavannahtbPalatka. allowing'iper- .reru'estof'Mr. Webster, firs: lettef'froff t Waflfldrtturiof : McMiU "'Smi\h: 'nn1I ,
't t two'pj: fthe: 'erument thattbey need Ujemselvei' > ? '. nsrV'2* -ft ei .<' M-i.i*.'".1 fdo .err ii (fc ia1O i1 4.Ogt. ; -liri. .Aleb, & jrt"::. BMiSroW
give notroublebri.ihe1T .J t Wubington.Tb.&fSlnSS
J q ..,J ', "." .. J\ ,.Wfc itd .i Ir"Sr itt ,
:. t .&. eighteen i bondced*' '"'*", ana" .;thlrtyr'" :1f. |" .rfourbundred'dbHAri :. di.i indn uhjects'GeneralCabal: l. Attbedpce4: tate of<.lt tp>t ,(t l."fUbe ; ,4 Mi''Afifl:.Si/iiS: ;t*Ciri'r. stlirj tb : ,. "I' ,1"en'. ... ."CO 1. aoo4ofieye.. \ ',. l' .,' ttr.tHopkin' *"'ff gford:i ;l T f aywf'. *. .
: i. : riouslyrengage4i7ftJtlieVrmori; ? < f ,' -l"Ji. l
: noticeMJthit:.ItbeiMignpjfe '"i1I ,btfe tie'. ._ e'WOrlNtl'tW.bll littJeJig t ,b lt{ ; axel I' .'
!I .foflBt M'Q&ntiiJMfyttfbvt peaceful and profitable speculation' /making : rb cornet ;.Mcc<, f OtDmCr. Hx.lAlr.

;, -: ,.; Aowia'l rsi';at 4t"'pCia'ntttW/itipri*: '.candles. on -Sftteo_ lslandN&w"YorI. E leave Jacksonvill for. Y i'ti. itij.t was appoiit ., i tf, :'J ji f l, tnottlea* with;' J IT -.b' J '- \Q TrmndWjkinsoO.-, 29 -i \
a it' ** w-J- 'a.** -W> *?
di : x. ;in. the fourth v.mcle'ttfrlbe, : keat/, of.i Ef.r.,,." :. 'i : days.ttaJf! ':lSuOdys.I ', I 0.) eaw,)f,,.- Havens;,the" BO ton, 'SlIb.Treil.-, h fp fitty great,puttie, favorite far m as abundant,the J, arije1Jo'and'-Very., ... :I "The election.President" '-announced-' *.11hiripo -. .

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'IIjii'.1't &]aIL]. 5SWlkiVe eJ4sy;. lean tr* ..Ofor. thu'a 1M...:. _
-uu. m l.. nf Tennessee has nominev'aonsntE: ) 'iot'-i-- + i' '1' w..a < ; ."" 11 f -' .
J' 'W 'k1fJi'i4 r, ; 'b. )Ka ": _1, : i
,; ch U-p D- -re-election the;,office hembide : $ .. 0611.w __. l' '
iUb ua.-A& 10 ;which, :1110. *\ 1-:1t i' T ,i t. eo" ,4.ll5d r--- .J ,
New.Hamp9.htre. the Democratic can.dida boldg Q' .-- .,.: .- <. : "' -" "'"" 'Extract fret*:&etttf,Con vi'stw : 11- ,/J-' _A < :;- tJIoi1. : .-.tti- -"iiI'.: -, 'tf &Ia1 terms,In ttasest ts*MwkL.Sgs -:

** for Governor is bettered to be defeat*. .The:"o TeDttOh:re lTN.1t 1 ibejont& "Vii'1t5ug1im ::1&u( oW.u ,1 n ,fJeCetson coon- .4 ,- "JJ.I.a' ,.. bs nsesiee u *.IsIesM '
} ';.4 6 rl1i r tt 1ftatrt .1itif. -, t"'11.1 GjireztFriday,-*mitetxt toaset Csr \
pposedtobeequI1Democri oJT the: -
.:: ed.J6e Lefftalature .y.:*he;totrrpromMe'.measares ADd back btrweea 6 a m MoadayV aaj Jl"nextWednesday -*ov uoaersignea,postmaster oft ;r." .
ly dinde*,,between Wbig.Freesoilm anJL last session of,Congress* provided that Con-' antyot the ,'GtDei U aQ tare" kt-themail. ; _, .s" -' ** t*; v lea bait is well acquainted with tie fiasx x.Pcstaut.nt : .- .Ii:, .

*, PZILIU and Tec, \Vhig press Boes the bathottll'therNorth< tings of eon .eu for the:transportation at lowest, ':Propowl to commence'at Wacasam art fa3523 ahoft.and their'property,and that they to eatiI.th eu1c5sey.fist "IIP'
to let the tlAJntS.m0; the art.sa aent. tt i*pw "
abfeta.uk*gvod tittie
the .3d ._ wbsata.w1nr1bat
ha'teeeleded.to.Con; from tTadi'th omprthlpeu1the'iain t' biddertauderlng su&eieat guarantees for>faUtbt 3T : t' &D > ,

and stV: .. In. the Draining dt S'tricta.Democra.tsLaTe"beeu abolish sav IY .In the.stiict of Columbia, performance,without olber reference the bode :, cpj 1ebepi1c'eiusI sad J pDt : &i'f"jS' .j_ a tqiu semdostreuponbty3 53d Df'ttJe.,.&at f.! -
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rt-elected.. of tact traniport&UoB than -be MC* *rprotida /-;t* ,. -, '-4'--' rkt
: or refuse to admit new"States:because they tuy 'To. MelfobrlUe br 12 m'nextwsnesday. ,- :' .' to tDtw 1ao. C'C'a'r..u.r.
for the and.secUrity '
slave States act.measurrs flue celerity, ccrUiotr. W E roles ,.'., ..' -: --It $ 'p--- -r t, '! lb.asvves tor. 045
aud. tttaitljr Affair. were ; they wonld-) *adopt of such SOt' shall any new (' __ 't.. .: .. 1ire .
VaUllpOrtaUoa 'RccTlosp
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'defence and redress the honor out. .Uw. .61.18 "edDub",; m4. legal Pa.hlJiI will k eures4. .1- ss -
as contractor hereafter b to porchu
ri' New YorLLpruL, alluding to "theacuffle required -. ;;' .J.JD.De&tII.o-?,-.' -: rfti ain tond it ks tdiJ..1ti1l.hl .-.-n. ecnacts will .; ,
and safety of the South:would require. or take at a valution,the stock or"Tthie of anyprevious Froot racg ; .
between these gentlemen on the floor : Tampa at 6 a.onc..eek'Thm.. .,' =herstcfoosase in tbI imsstant.I susept '
contractor for the nm roate. j ;*cmpqraZdi*tAiwntnzds. : "
of the HOlllleOll Monday-night,.says-From '/".' .. '-. -i:: j.CoKXEcnctrr oJ-Bi4den..m bee to read tbforini W ".1.'Q1J."r.Manatee tu 1'm t 1!mnii- : !1..r&n'i j 1fwf and mpteuparttamtoH, fU"'U4I:iI'mR.iLLilhsand i s.t'lastractious I
are cpwtog
made TOWK ELKTIONS. "The Instructions appended UlhU adrertUcmcnt..Tb yare
that '
of the assault was tAA4
learn Uck
what we to-&.-Jn"'theit'proposals,'the Mtsa.Tas.&ay t and 12_n clang&he-maDa.all di_where n.partte&br ste1qroutee "M evotnctMt WiJdred .
irponMr: ; Stanly, last evening, in the.Hoar Hartford' Couranr.publishes J a table sHowing mode by which they intend to convey the:mail. 1M dtl' time ia pecifi*d t bat oaraaroad jiad.suamboMromtei to deliver Lbs aaDs juts the. 'K1"i i

61 Representative; it is hard to 'avoid sthe the result! of the latetownelejonj'n' Con Where the she and Weight of the snails-'or.:tho szt-From' 1 i m,14.weklyMon.daYiWednesdayand _... their i* to be ta BOW delayihaa b& c,.szary the-.ads.t.M 1Aad1tl1aa. till .IV r
necticut. The Wht,.this been Fr1d& to deliver aad reeiv tbt ,* aaotcu._ ," 1
conclusion that Jjie conduct of CHngmaii year, hare- peed aIled for in the schedules shaft require it, bags.1 : ;
which admits uf SO successful in 73 towns, entitled: to 1 18':Representatives the contracts will bo made for ooftch,.steamboat TZt.lark'sby12sr,23niileaj Andback ...; : 2. :The snail is to b.'conveyed in prrftreneslopusengen .
between and7 'N. 1W. 'P"
ruffianly 1 2pm .
vas a outrage .
railroad the caw W taM p.m.'s and *&Ure.cxctasioa.iritl :
or as way
it is ; Democrats in' 63 towns, entitled conveyance .Proposal! to extend to invited." 'OIl 0&0.
The Newport are n. .
palliation excuse. ; consequently, inch routes will be let to Bid pta-: weight. And bulk require it. i
said; pew out of a conversation upon a to 89. Eepreaentatires; and 11 towns; posing such mod of conveyance.. .In all other.: Sao- Fwm da Tallahassee att am &week 0.0'rilo .- 3.Post office blanks mail begs;and the special 'iJaa_ 1&_ _...s't it' I
.and entitled to 16 IlepresenialJTes are divided; W sd yfiid, Friday agents of theDeMrtmeot.. .oalb* cxbibitioa .c __ ---4-
roeeth of Cli rmall's upon_ tbt flier i ,.. eases, the routes will bo aafjfbed tobIdspropos-: .. .T Newport ------ -'
bare The the the mode of '. ,1 bylpm,19miM; their credential*. are to ba conveyed witb. tfai>- Just Beceired t.
Harbor bill. All the accounts tEat we 1 prerions year Whims'were successful Ing cheapest tranjporUtioa. Afldbacfrwcon2pmpj7p.1 $ L \, -I ,
; Cir,eharje 04 man lines admitting
ofnch _
teen date that Clingman struck tbe' first in'only 57 to\vnl\.entitled .to 92, Representatives that( their.Railroad companies bids are tobe are specially understood notified as including < S531FroniTaDa, .l'a JIl..twiee.n" vevancv, .. ., .eon-, a P":; at Pdd.a.fot, as1sy}*L ,

blow, and, says correspondent, "felled him Xandlhis'was about their strength the regular supply t>f each office on tho.lin: of I Sunday, an W;.daesday; : t ': 4.Man_agents are to 3*' eoirvfcyt&iriawston : **** t ..

to the floor!" No notice was taken of'the in the last Legislature;)the Democrats In 83 their TeepectiTe roads not onra quarter of a mile -By HaUTsJo WankeiaAr it&diian Perry,,'C StOCOfl. IL Mosely tbseg ji.principal aUroad: and tca.*t IJb&1esr-.azteiUay'DMBnicka ''' '. -e 1ZO.M t
; Colmnpus, lines where the ale of the
mails and the number
scuffle by the House. Had not members towns, entitled to,12t Representatives; and. from a debpt. Separate proposals for office more Mineral. rings,and Little River. -i'. .of the offices will require thoir employment by the fM 1tPInS;Lssebaris1s : i

promptly interfered in person; the consequences towns entitled to 9 were divided; than quarter of a mile off will be considered. .: To Alligate by 12m nest days 1221 ml1. .Department rad.i that caw,*separate apartment <"-. StgfovCu4.ku ..= ki.t4. !

ces have been most unfortunate.' We -> for 'the 'inailsf' the And back I itweenlhe arrival of.JaMile'mail ,for the exclusive tae ofjtU Departmut sad ,At.o Bea..AppIa.. -0aJ0M ,

learn that though the itnmediatf cause of the THC'SLAVE'' TRADE AT n1V'\ A..--!! is PROPOSALS from carrying the let of July) 1851, :1 say:'at 5 p m. .Monday;'and ,agent for the assorting and safe-keeping of btmail. IDILrn.&t J, it KeRott, .J .' t
.Thursday and 10 next da j :'
stated stated that the first week in to the 30th of June 1855/:Inclusive. in Tlorida p tn yt quarrel was the conversation above during Fehrnary: ; Propwalst embrace White Springs, in ties (the directioaof Department.. -- SavuuinmbPalatki; bter-' ;
of the .
further ..- six, hundred and Jen newly arrived African will be received at the contract .office. ,Little will'be-considered' I Ii
the origin of the.feud dates ( of Washington ivcr. ; also : 5..15 all eases them u to be orfoituw of the ,

The latest reports say that a duel between slaves were-landed east of Cardenas.' 'They until Office 10 Department a m of.the let in of the April city, 1851,'(to be decided for supply i ig Little River,in such.*"case once- i pay !or. he trip when the trip it no* ran; and of ,, i_ .: ,.s- I
The transaction : sold at the rate of thirty ounces'.each' and a week fr m White Springs. not. more than three times the1 payof Ute trip !
is unavoidable. were the 19th of April,) the route
day on
the parties by via.- 2532 From TaQ bassee at 8 a m twlcea, k when the trip It tot iand BO sufficient excuse The New and Sttptfior.Fe* $"'.:.. I
sum of 18.300 ounces time herein
realizi in the manner and specified, '
is ,sufficiently disgraceful already an aggregate ,. Monday Friday*, } .v ;1' 'II-.t.. for the failure U famished forfeiture of at least MAG.NO.LJ.A ,; '. ;" r
any such ridiculous addendum. or $31 1,100. 'FLORIDA. BjrMickos kee and Southerland; one-fourth pan of n wheathejraaninf. or arrival .m .retoM .Wr 4ri >< 'byon 'ksItgSrThursday. .- 4 ;
4 ,
To Mantle llo by 6pm,36 miles; ;> |l eq.lar-lt .time as to lose the. eoanextoa the Z7th4n4iM{ ..hs1 Paibsta
FatE IKDUXX.Ve find In SOl From St. Augustine 12 a m 'once. a week. .An&back 1 tWeeD 6 a III and 6 -- 1 with a depending molt; and a forfeiture of a due 1 ; <
BOILIKO W T-CRM LON.-Some time'since ; -. Saturday, and JU kM Tltt*"? *r4ay evm_
& Wedneadayr 2533 From Tall4uassee
articleof _at 6> m, one* a proportion of it when grade tcrvice is rendered lean .
the i .
following iDa thereafter cofiUniiini to segataxtj'.
our western exchanges a lady of Philadelphia having received i By Jacksonville and Kirkland;' Tuesday; : inferior to that in'tie contract., These furfetturcsmay weeL' ir4R'
the constitution of Indianajn relation To St. Mary'by 12 m next day 90 miles;. Centre iHe ,
By DnncansTo
new some company ordered the cook to serve Mannington, and -- be increased into penalties higher amount, For !
to the colored race. A fugitive slave will watermelon 'which she- bad' And back between 1 p JIl Thursday, and. .11t 1ileGa. '". according to the nature or frequency of the fail freight passage,toviafmodaUons "l'1:-"
a'large board. to the Axabt _
par- apply on or
tip > m next dar .. Thom ririe a 7 mJTes the of the mail' 'b> -
stand no chance in that State. time in ; by. I)m, 40 } ure and importance "- FERNANDEZ BtSB:.CO !
mulatto shall chased in_the market at a specified ;Proposals forsemi-weeklyserviee are Invited. "- And back I etween 6 a m and 7pm Monday.4 6;.Fine-will:be imposed unless the delinquency .
Sec 1. No negro or the evening. 'Time rolled Oil: and the. period 3502 From St. Augustine at-.2 1-21 m twice .a 3534 From TalL hassee at 3 am ri-weekJ1.MoD- be atisf'actoril1.expWued ia due time,for failing .xi''u' : 1
into or Fettle) in this states after the adoptionof came and passed at which the aforesaid week, Monday,and Thursday, day.Wed esdAy,and Friday to take from,or deliver at,a post office the inaiCor ; GEO.R. It.c RElOJtCOvPaUtka. .

this constitution.Sec. melon was to have been served, and the mistress To Pieolata by 7 1.21'm;13 Savannah miles; By, Salubri y and Quincy ,9 f, any part of it; suffering'it to be wee.'in- .C01. BJackC t k,' j.: t. I.
back arrival of mall a
2. All contracts maJe with any negro looked towards the door ef- And; To Bainb dgeGa.by2pm,46miles; jur d/ lost, or destroyed; or eoaveyhijf'lt in a Feb. 27. -' -r. :. : .. I
mulatto into the State contrary anxiously say 7 am and 12 jn. : I And back 1 etween 4 p u Tuesday,ThursdayandSatmlny.andSamnextdaya. : place or manner that exposes it to depredation ..
or of the ,section ery minute expecting! 'Betty vfith the melon. 3503 From St.Augustine twice a month,-In steamboats .n .. loss.or injury ;fur_refuuog after demaud., convey ,. Notice. i
to the provision foregoing Finally, as her anxiety could no longer pe ; ,Proposals i >r 3 additional weekly trips are a mail by any coach railroad car or steamboat ; i ; t
iball be void; and all persons who shall em- .within the bounds of silence,she rang By Smyrna,Indian River San Lucialnp- invited. which the contractor regularlyruns on the I will pay a fair price CASH, fora coo*.. t
or otherwise encourage, such negro or kept ;iter, Miami, Key Largo Indian Key, Key 3535 From Tall4hassce at.-'C a- m once a,"week, route beyond the specified number or.' pl in the. Mile Cow-one that isMotie.wDKalsIopa.
ploy the bell and round faced, ateJ.'MdtOBERT.lA.1I'R.. .
shall be finedin ; presently a rosy West, Charlotte Harbor,Sarasota Tampa, -, Friday; contract and for not arriving at the time set and' >
mulatto the State --- ; .
remain in .. ,
to cheeked sort of a ;Paddy Keys St. Marks, Apalachicola, St.Josephs ; .Pob1i..AD Feb.27. it ..
dollars dumpling-shaped Qdar ; By Bcnhad ;n, She Pawtoxet'; for setting u or running an express to traoanit.eommercb11nteUienee T _- -- !
any sum not less than ten nor whcs2 appearance Indicated a green, 'uo ,and St. Andrews; ',To5op<;ho ipy by 8 p m,45 miles; in advance of the mail,afreanitywili '- ,.Not1T' '

more than five hundred dollars. Irom the Emerald Isle thrust her open countenance -, To P nl&Cola; L -And back etween- ..6 a.m..-and." 8" pm'TLttrs- be-exacted equal to a quarter's,. : indebted'to the.';: i\
Sec. 3. All fines which may be collected And back between -; day; l_1..The1'odtmaster General may annul the ALLPERfON3 :
between the
in late
at Weaswpy,
a narrow aperture Separate proposals for sections of the/above 3536 From New oat6CmeeaeekTlnii contract f'oI" failures for the *
of this article :repeated ; nriohUing
of provisions .
for a violation door and the door jamb and gave notice of 'route will be considered 1 Bids to specify-a : post office law.; for disobeying the instructionsof Florida, are requested to Make isuMdiaU p7.< : .
or of law*which may ,hereafter be nistr schedule of arrivals and ,' wink .' mont and an persons having claims agaisist u. .
any her appearance by asking her ss. departures :By nah the, Department; for 'refusing to discharge I,
passed for the purpose of carrying the.same "An what would you be after havin, t1! SOOt From Jacksonville.at 6 a m 'once_.a.week, ToMontict lo by 6p'm,82 miles; carrier when required by the Department; for assigning estate ia the should time prescribed present thets by law.----.1fIt to \ ,--' J. .
into execution.shall be set apart and appropriated I "Monday. .. And back tween o a mand p m Wednes- the contract without the consent of the ROBiikrA.icmu.E? \
don't bring toe.melon as ,
"Wby you up" To-Haddock'. 12 20 miles >5 ,
for the colonization of such negroes by m, ; dayj Postmaster General, or for setting up or running .
their descendants as ordered ytI ,!asked the mistress. And back between 1 pm'and? p 01.- S537 From Qninev 'L" p m,.or after' arrival of an express as aforesaid. --, : Feb.27IS51. :_: .Q" _-__... ;! -
and mulattoes and maybe "An' marm, an' its gone!" 3505 F.rom Jackson ville;twice a:week, Sundays mail fromBainbni4ge, once week, Tuesday 8. The Postmaster General may alter the contract _: .
in the State at the adoption of this constitution "Gone! where !" and Wednesdays after arrival' of Steam- ; 1 -' --- ,. and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro In D"al-C1I'elllt-Cet: !

and may be willing to emigrate.Sec. .- "A \ troth gone, and I in pot to bile, boat;'say at' 10pm; To Apalac icola bYI0p1D--'ne. :.days, 70 rata increase of compensation; within the restrictions IN CHAltCERYElii : -' '''f'4' .
4. The General Assembly shall pass put yees Bv Brandy Branch, Barber's and Ocean miles; imposed by law, for the additional service beth Jane flaB >, : \
of this an' the witches have taken it up .the chimney Pond; .. And back tweeJ14 a Saturday, and 9 am required! or for the increased speed if the employ- va. > DlTOKL.j: C
laws to carry out tbt provisions ar for the crather's all gone I"Arrlrol To Alligatsr by 4pm dezt day. 70 miles; next da *. : ment of additional stock or,carriers is rendered JamcaBalL $ :.n

ticle. And baek'be. weeD 1pm Mondays and Proposal >r semi-weekly and' tri-wcekly necessary.but the contractor may, in such ease, appearing to the Gmrt by,affidavit snjs&>, I-
.. Thnndav and 7 a m next days. service wi I be considered.- relinquish the;coa on' timely notice if be r thu that the Dcfeadaat Jane Ball **-> 1 1
UTAH.-The latest intelligence from the at Jacksonville Hotel. 3506 From POatka at 1 p m twice, a week, Mondays 2533 From Quincy at 12 mBC a week,.Wednesday -' prefers to the change.'.The Postmaster'General sides out caw.of the State_Florida,sad ia Uw Stats t

of the Salt Lake, represents the existence [Cou S.. crF1lCGTOof, Proprietor.] andTbarsdayt; ; may annul the contract or curtail the service (Georgia.' "-; -* I
valley of satisfaction at By Orange Springs, Orange Lake. .Ocala, To Seclude by 3 p m,9 miles; and pay, when he of a general feeling March I3th-Charles A. Roome, N. Y:; Mrs. Camp Itari, Hommosassa and Spring Hill; And back bet ween 8 a m and l1.a ra.. service, in whole or in part. or place a higher or charged in said Bill of'ConmlaialW bad attfcf
the appointments for Utah. The mercantile Smith, Charleston, S. C.; A. F. Hayward Tallahasaco '.ToTam /by.l0pm next Wednesdays. 'and 3539 From Quiney after. arrival of mail from different grade service on the route, ho allowingone upkauoaorthne months from.the date of tki :

business in the valley is very flourishing, ;-rI. Mcintosh, child and sen-ant, Jacksonville Saturdsyr;-159 miles ; V c" Bainbridge, say at 7pm ,twice a'week, month's extra pay oa the amount dispensed Order: Provided,That a copy.L I order k..-, \

and the health of the inhabitants good. The ; GeL ILprannis, N. Y.; Peter Gorsline And back between 2 a 01 Mondays and'Thursdays ,.Tuesday and Saturday; with. 1 ,. .., : published in some newspaper printed 'ia the tow* ,
about the and on the route and lady, Mrs.w. Moor, Rev. J. Goldsmith, No'Y. ,And 10 p m next. Wednesdays and To CbaUboochee by 12 p m,21 mile:'. 9. The payments win be made through draft Jack50Brill for the specs of three ssoaths b4iee .' t
Indians valley .; Dr. A.S. Speer, Mellonvine Fla.: F. &. Saturdays. .And back between za m and 7 a m Wednesdays on post offices or otherwise, after the expiration the time set for the hearing of thb east. -',i' I
are said to be peaceably disposed and friend Schley, Frederick, Md.; Hon. Jas. M.French, 3507 From PiUtka at 5 a m twice a week* Sun and 4pm aud 9pm Sundays. of each quarter-say.in February; May; August TH0.1XJUGLAS, JuJgi r-.t'i I IJ. .

ly. Albany N. Y. days and Thursdays; 3340 From Chatahoochee at 5 a m"twice a week and November.* _.' VI- GAXXIX, Ckriu. .
_ _ 0 March 14th.-C. E.Ryan. Jacksonville; James By-Madisoncoro NewnansvOle'and Ellis- Sunday Wednesday, from 12th of-October 10. 'lie distances are given according to the 1 Feb 2l,1L fell271m1, ,
Supposed Sew of Sir J. Franklin. Leaman, Nova Scotia; E. Gruwold .8 t. Marys vine; t -. to 15th.ti one of each year and at 7 best information; but DO increased "pay.will be -- "*. : f

Columbo Osbr- G*.:. Dr. W. A. Perry Mary'd ; S.M. Laiierand To Alligat r'b1'9 p 01 next days 90 miles; a m once a week Sunday,from ISUuif June allowed should they prove to be greater than is. persons Indebtedt :
An extra published by the lady,MaeonGa.; Dr. Ambler, Jacksonville; And back between 4 pm Mondays and Thursdays to 13th of October;. ,? .- advertis oVif the pUce an correctly named." NOTICE-AU U George B.R al>, dftaoMd .-- 1.

'Ir contains, under date Singapore, Jan. 6, Cot.A.J. T.Wright Alligator, Fl*. and 12 m next Wednesdays and -Sat, 131'Ocheesee, lOUDtstoW, Rickoe's 'Bluff i 11. The Postmaster General ia,prohibited by are required to make payment the deeiig.sd. > <
the folio wing:- March 18th.-C. E. Campbell T. E.Rowland, 1II'daY"J, lola and Fort Gitdsen ;'" 1 law from knowingly making a'enIrsst for th. and all persons having demands agaUt *... ; {
"! have it in this month to give A'ew Jersey; Lewis \V. Conner, Henry-Turner- Seperate proposals for each port of this route To Apalachicola by 11 Vm Monday and transportation of the mail with any person who .- requested to. >resMitth sa prced.jst.r.pt. t t t t.an
my power search which is Maine. -' dividing, ewnanrriDe,are invited3503 ... Thursday, 13th October to 15th of Jane, shall have entered into any combination, or''pro tested wtthi the timepwwribedbyUw.HENRY i. I
canister information of the From Pilatka, at 7 a ra once a week and-by a Tuesday, residue of year,150 posed to enter into-any combination, .to prevent JJe HOLLAXD. ;

being prosecuted for the recovery of Sir J. snip NEWS. day; miles; .;: the making of any bid for a mail.contract by any ..Jaa..JSi1.i.- !.:N' t tNOTICE.
Frauklin and his party than even the Admiralty By Volurfa,Fort Butler and Enterprise ; r"i And back.between. 10 p'm ,Monday and other person or persons or who shall have.made f.

itself is possessed. Her Majesty's OF JACKSONVILLE' 'To "MellonvOle by 7 p m. next:Thursday, Thursday and 12 pm next: days,.15th of any agreement, or shall have given or performed, ,. : .'
yet i .
the 150miles;: -October to 15thvf June; and between lOa promised to give or perform any consideration .i
surveying ship Ha old arrived here from '! ENTERED. And back between 7.a m Friday, and 7pm .m.Wednetday 12m Friday,residue of .to do,or not to-do,any thing whatever induce r1I1E COIARTNERSHbeIi1"A. --.
Arctic regions via the Sandwich Islands and Sunday. year..J' '. -, -.--', any other person not to bid for mail cook&a&-. between SKIFF K YAK U w..a
Hong Kong, during the last week. and she March -Sch. New Globe. Lewis, N. Y, 3509 From Pilatka at 7 a m once a week-TuesBy 1'roposals eo1.1ci-at BaInbridge'iliA 1 Particular attention i*called to she 23th sectionof solved by mutual consent Their bee.a'ifl* '.. -&

latest from the far north. Potomac, Hill, do. d invited; also, for tri-wceVry..service, 15th i the act' of 1338, prohibiting combinations to eonoU hare bees tira.4 over to RyaafcHkkvsoa -I !
bas the accounts Uranus, Conner, Indian River.' "fenterprine ; .-' .- of October to 15th of June. prevent b bidding.". > .- J. who'are alone. authorized ta collect &H _Ii i
Near the extreme stations of the Russian fur CLEARED. MX ** To MeDonviHe by 10 a m next day. 130 mile: 3541 From Bainbridge,Ga ,at S}.2 p m twice a 1LA-bh1reeered aftertime, to-Wit, theist due us. G, F. SICFP'c..E. ; } ,

company they learned from tne natives thata March' 15-Sch. Ben Nevis, Miner,Chagrcs.Rio And back between 1pm Wednesday' and 3 week Tuesday and Saturday t April next at 10 am' ,or without the guaranty .J+-c.-",
pjnyof white men bad ancamped 300 or Herrick do. pm next day. (8ee S508.)- By Chat hooche; Marianna. 'Seurlock's quired by law,or that-combines several routes is 'JtT.-" -
From at 6 a m once a week Webbville' Geneva, of cannot be considered in TUE buiiaess heretofore conUseied by ._
400 miles inland, that the Russians bad Millet S.Robbins Smith Rich 3510 Enterprise Spring, Campbellton, one sum compensation, :*
AJmirantc Milton with the &J77.will be continued by Ryu k Ri.fr&a.
Va. Thursday ; Ala. Gentsvflle r Lt competition regular proposal not adjudged
made an attempt to supply them with provisions mond, To New Smyrna by 6 p m; and -Floridatowa; to be extravagant. hey having formed.a partnership for that MBr**-.* .
ant necessaries but that the natives 5a..nah Steaoaer And back between 6 a iii and 6 p m, Tues. To PensacoU by 4 a m Tuesday, and Friday 13. A bidder may o offer where the transportation .- E. ( RYAN.
who are at enmity with the Ruuians had .L'assengerspcr day. v : ,230 miles; called for in the advertisement is difficult or J.W.HICKMAJT- -
frustrated all attempts.No By TIlE MAGNOLIA, March 14.-J. N. Miner, 3511 From New Smyrna on the first Friday of And back between Sam Tuesday and Friday impracticable at certain.seasons to substitute an FeD. 15.181. f.27) StAucUeneers

could be with J. H. H. Bouts, J. C. Lay, E. Grbell T. Bon- each month; and 7 pm Thnrsday and Sunday. inferior mode of conveyance;or to intermit service -- '
communication opened homme. By ladian River and Jupiter; Proposals to ran direct to\arm via a specified number of days, weeks, or\ ;h. He _

the 'lot| where they were said to be, as a By the ST. MATTHEWS, March 17.-Dr. D/C. To Miami in 12 days, 300 miles; 1 Brown' Ferry,are invited. may propose to omit an office that Is inaccessible. .A RE requested to notie*,tie foDowimg Act of* .

hostiletribe intervened. From the Esquimaux Ambler.A.J.T. Wright and servt., H .;W;A. And back between the 15th and"end'or each 3542 From Marianna at. 6-a m once a week- or is not on the stage road the railway,'or at a A.Assembly.: : ., Att.who-desire ta..v* ISMV,! '

they had this vague story very satis. Perry, Iaeon: yJ C.Calhoun (1. M.Adams, month. :-Thursday steamboat landing, as the ease may be ; or he may. terms extended according to Seetioa. of the Aet ii' I
factorily cocfirmed. with the addition that S. C.; E.L. IiarrisonJackaonville: Paul Geiger, 3512 From Barbour'i at 8 a m once a week, Monday By Orange HOI,Holmes'Valley, and Chest- offer to substitute aa inferior node .of supply in must give. new bond '- -' _- -.
Fla.; N. A. Smith Glascow, Ky.; ;.M. l aneirr, J. antHill; neb eases.' lie may pronose different days and :-. JOHN BEARD ComptroHet ,- :->
the whites and natives having quarrelled. Macon Charles E. Hill. :By New RiTer,Fort. Harlecand Fort Crane; To Uchee Ann by.5 p m next days, 64 hours departure an4 arrival provided no more Tv".P"e.Feb.21.-.1. < dlj' .

the former badheen murdered. As tothe ,- To Micanowyby m next day:63 miles; miles; '''. running time is asked"*ad it obvious that no ;

possibility of of these unfortunates being Sir S. W. Baker And back between- am Wednesday and 5 ,And.back between 6 a m Tuesday, and? mail annexation or other public accommodation As ACT amendatory of,the iereraJ Acts.not*. > -
John Franklin's I leave and m next days. .P m next days.. is prejudiced He may ask for more running time the iirL :
your to ,.
party you ATTORNEY AT L.d rv to extend to Flemington will be 9 Saturday number of in forte relating appointment.
in Proposals 354S From Marianna at a m one a week. to the trip, during specified days'atcertain
readers who have (paid attention to the case considered. ; seasons of peculiarly bad'roads; but beyond duties of jlvctionetrt. .. 'i

all its bearings lo judge. Whether these JACKSONVILLE EAST J' FLORIDA, 3513 Frdnt NewnangvOle-at 1 a 18 once a- week. ,' To Ochcsee by 6 p m,30 miles; ; these changes proposal for service different -SKCTKXI L .Be it enacted by'the J&eMto aa4-..

men spoken of were or were not Sir John's Reference Wednesday i And back between 12m and 8( Friday. from the advertisement will'prevent its beiugconsidered House of Representative of thft State of Florida -

little hopes can now be entertain Hoa. W, FLMOKO, Savannah. Georgia. By Santa Fe,Fort Fanning,and Waeasassa; Proposals for semi-weekly service, to connect. in C impetition with a regular bid not in General Assembly convened !Thmt.tba..
company -
their To Cedar Keys by 7 p m next days 110 at Ochesee with No.2540 are invited. set aside for extravagance; and when a bid contains Auction sales-shall be two per eeotns upon.
ed them alive provisionsmust upon
finding as March ZJ, 1851. .tf miles 7 week of the above alterations their disadvantages .
; 3544 From Marianna at a m once a any the amount denies oxeept.sales of
have been expended one year, and their And back between 6am Friday and 6pm Tuesday;, will estimated, comparing it with other not groes damaged irpon which there shall beatsadone -

fuel which is necessary must have ail been Dissolution.THE next da,. B Calb C. IL:; ': hall or oae jesT eea& :'
burned out two years since FIRM of KIEL& 3rEPEs is this day Proposals to end at Waeasassa are invited ; ToApslachkolsbylpm next day,90 ail8 ,14:There 'should be but one route bid for in a Sic.r Beit.1iartMrtu'.**'
by mutual consent. All persons also to end U Santo Fe. (See -3523 and And back between 7am. Thursday and 7 p. proposal.' x3U5' Auction? .shan be .seteue1. or>ried b1 p .
Front Texas. indebted will make payment to M. KCII 3526.) m next day.- 15. The mute; the service, the yearly pay,the county orlacorporated! tow. or city to this Stats,? ,to.iJ:
m r-M. KEIL; 3514 From Kewnansville at 6 a m once a week, Proposal for semi-weekly, and also for tri bidder's name and residence,an d the name of each greater thaa twenty lve per ecatam mpaa lbs --
The New-Orleans Picayune has Galveston WALTER"STEPHEN'S. Wednesday; weekly: service, will be considered. member ,of the firm .where company "oners State $ -' '$ 'f

dates to the 28th ulL The Texan papers Jacksonville, Fla.,March 13th 185L (Z ) y Fort Clark, W&e4h- tie, and Fleming-, 3545 From Milton at 6 a m once a week Wednes-. should lie distinctly stated; also the mode of conveyance :SEC.3.,ne it 'r.enacted.'TI aHtioaeen ':_
contain no news of importance. The baainut will hereafter.be condctj It dag : ; if;a. Ugoer mode then 03'horseback. ii who have heretofore be.* vppefat se-' *
"It, stated time since that the ft-the subscriber at the Store formerly oeowbied To Heala by 12 m next Jav, 57 miles; By Coon lull andNathansville; Ala.; intended.-,- "-. -, .. cording to law aad-whose eosomkdoM kara was some by Kiel fc M. DEL. : And back between 1pm Thursday, and 8 p 1'0. Sparta' Ala-. ,by.6 p;m next days,70 18.*The bid should be sent under Mat addressed. yet expired and all Auctioneers whe-rtaH .
slaves ia.the vicinity of Columbus, Colorado by Stephens. m next day.Proposals miles; '' to the First Assistant Postmaster Genera, with after.appointed. shaD hold their sees..
bad formed a plan for escaping to to embrace.Micanopy.will be con and G pm.ext in-tbiState or'.Territory of -"
rountyv Electrical And back between. a iii Friday. ; "Mail Proposals yearafroni the daIs of Uw appoint a
.Mexico and that it had been discovered and PJycholoy. sidered. days.- :-"written the face,of tjiyletter'; and ,ided That an .ctioneena &otels4 kylovenor thi

partly.frustrated. It however, that Dr. PERRY, 3515 From Alligator at 5 a m once a week Saturday 3546 From Milton at 6 am onee a week,Wednesday should be dispatched in lime to be received by orbefore durirtg the socese of th*r-.al A--

appears in respectfully make known to' the ; miiu ; the fst April next,'at 10 o'clock AMIt Uy,shall hold their erne* only ntiltjo.dof tt%.- .
nnumber have succeeded making their WOULD, and Gentlemen .oC Jackson villa To Olnstee by 1 p m,26 ; escape, and are now. doubtless, on their and vicinity that he will Lecture and experiment f And back between 2pm and 11 p.,m;. To Uchee Anna bj 10 p n next friday, 89 should be duly certified.- (See forms) ; dateoftheirapOIutn1l. '.._
Grande. It is 35U5 From at& a m once a week, .Fri T contract are to be executed by- be- ,
line of march to the Rio supposed this evening at the Court House on the new.Science Alligator mile; 17.-The Feb27. .- -
that they will 'rendevons west of the of Psychology, commencing' at half past day ;. And back between 6 a m Sain.'day;and 9 P fore the 1st July nextk>_ ?, ._-_- -__ -. .
seven o'clock. Many experiments will be performed By Snwanneo Shoals; **? Q next.Mcoda,. .: 13. Postmasters at offices situated upon or ar 'pzdsPwrnorTwt' -
San Antonio, aid then'proceed in a body. the mind and body's,of subjects To B1onn;'1 Ferry ty 6p rn,8S miles ; 3547 From Alaqna at 6 a m once a week, Friday; railroads but more than eighty rod from a depot I -KE- T .lYE ST ,G.f. Z E T'.T.r.o
It will perhaps be as difficult to recover while awake upon and in full possession of all ,their 'And back between 5 a m and 6 p 01 next day. To Geneva Ala.by 6 pm,'45 miles ; ', wiU immediatelY after tho IStft April aext report Utii4 -
fugitives from !Jexico as from Massachusetts. : reasonable faculties. Wonderful and astonishing I 3517,From Alligator at.1 p m once a,week Wednesday And back between bam and.6 p a\ next day. that fact to the' lepiirtia: ;.'stating their exact Devoted fo'Cconme;Ari lt

are the effect exhibited in this Science,.it illustrates i ; 3543 fropt Holmes's Valley 6 a.m once a week, dlstaaee from Lbs railroad depot and how:otherwise GericrallatlAdependeatofPartT- ,,-- '
White Springs, Jasper Jennings BeHoTillo. -- : with tuejaaU l.,to enabta..the Postmaster -
how it ij that we live and move in this finite i By supplied -" '' .' .
world. Only think of tense of the mind Cherry Lake Clifton, and Ancilla; To'st/Andrew'sBay by 8 p ai, 4i Bule j' General to direct the proper supply be -' <
every .1o.1Wi"-r
Nccao KILLED BT A Pu EL-One day being held captive at the option of theoperator, To Monticello by'8 p m.next Friday. 96 'And bank between ti a m and 8 p n next day. made from the-raflroad by mail messengers' ,from' mHE mderiined '

last week a party of gentlemen.residing at and that too while the individual: awake, even miles ; .r .. : "- :.. 2549 From Peosaeola daily! at 5 p,m;- "- and after tbo 1st July !-' .. : .the.lleTtt :!: ,<'M-. .. ,
UHTronteis ;
back between Sam Saturday,And 12 '_19. Under the act of Mrrch .;ISIS -r- .
And **.baTssp '
Madrid Bend miles below this wide-awake. ByBlakeJy.Ala.; ; dlftt.ed tb.1iwcee .'
some twenty r' -1'
Jacksonville March 19 1851. ItDuvai "' m next Monday. s -' : To Mobile by 11 a IIr next days, 8?miles f to be let to tbelowest bidder tendering sufficientguaranties Having had many MJI II ..
this place, undertook a deer-drive, and placeda 'Propo als to commence at Minersl Springs. And-back'.between. '12. .m anei1". m, next. for faithful performance,without other ttor.1 ..- .
negro at a stand. The dogs were set out -will be considered:_ .(See 3531.)' 'da r reference to tho Bode of transportation than may editorial tSSrSfk guarantee of wbstbciiowt.opoaetopiblbhlbanbs ,..,"i1 t

and they soon started tremendous panther, County Tax.Collector't Sale.BT 3518 From Ja.perat6smonce a week; Monday; woo From Key West'at Sam on the 5th..of each be necessary'to provide for the due celerity, oertalnty '- ; -
'By IOODt', Ferry*nd Rantorson's- Ferry; month/ ,and security of ueh transportation. N.article ofs peimad vs seel' -I.-1. C .
who ran to the' negro,. seized bim; (taking VIRTUE of authority in me vested by To Centre Village .,by 6p m next T"Vedneri -. :B KyvaeessndIndInZey; : .: When the la west bid,proposes a mode of conveyance shall.ever appear ia &he.eo of the Ge. r" .
his face into his RUinlM and before any as- law,1 will expose, for sale in front ofthe Courthouse y, 9 miles; ':'.' .- : c; c" *" s, 1M1am1bytbO1OhOfthO sann: monthmonth. ., that It inadequate. for the route ia respect The liUeapitt of the by' tfta.IM1q.

wsUnce could be rendered the negro was lIt. door in the town ,.of Jacksonville; on the And back between 6,m Thnrsday, and 6 p '200 mites to ;the *ertaiatyi,security,,and celerity of
: rally torn to pieces. Two white-men hastened first Monday ia May,A. D. 185Ithe following m next SsturdsyProposals ; .And back ieiween the 15th'and ZOta'of each mails a#ide from snyaocoumodat1on for'**travel be t> ate.f the!EdrtorU vender-his pee.. ,
named tract of land or10 much thereof as will L -- -
itwSnotbeeatiUedtotheroute- .. :
atBlount "
Ferry are < EdrtorUnefalaitdiatorestintFamilyJoenat. .
to commence s .: : $
to the:-rescue, .and, iou attempt to pay the State and County tax assessed against invited. >' bydifferent- -schedule.ooftneee. 0.Vhen the bid does not name a mod of conveyance ., buttanspei'..PTshlslb. .

disengage the ferocious animal_ both were Benjamin Thompson and due thereon for the 3519 from Orange Spring at 6.a m"onee .a'week, Bid ing'to,with run'the Havana route atr Key West it trill_be taken,and understood. tob .delivery of tbalrg_M.' ,. ."'

wounded.. The panther- escaped. -Hfte&. I. year.A. D. 185U,together with' all necessary expenses Wednesday;". -" and with the New Smyrna, route at Miami for the lowest mode''of,eonreyaneo.to.vwiV oa. '.AL.BERT"K. .4J.ZXA.NDIID.el. .
said and isle -Said tract --
man (K,.) bpi Etb.;u. oflaadlul&nntodin attending said levy county of Duval on the .. .
east bankofthe John's river containing twen .'.&ndbscbeIween6amsnd10_ p,mjioxt ,t :sE t.U.Oic'.nlrfn: stated for the route in the sdverUsemniMt win .-.-- .,UUUiN&sx1U8AYANLkH : :
Tallahassee Sentinel AThom .
The '
says: ty-one acres,'and bounded as follows On the day. Propesah .iisvijecl Ike fra2oeringqas' be eonsideredas offering.. .only h'ombAek-*.. con-. .. ... i"b. ,
as County friend.;informs us that a'week'or west by the St. John' river,on the north by 8920 From Okahumpka--its p iii once a.-week,' sdIiprV1I&Of the vence'- *f'- "i "- --- .E ; .
land belonging to A.M. Read and on the east *4 J1M ot.i-sei'of March!. NO..t'QN' I :
of 100 the
two since a party emigrants ,* saauditk.rPcauIineachcast passage .
6 -
. .Friday,; 7: j.- : ". I to *
\ : ntpectivtly.ttmiteJ IIM ,
by lands belonging to Moses Curry on the south ; some, .' of Wd bas been Te errtift ;
i description ; OQVU.JIu.
Dale County .Alabama, passed through this By Thomas ; ;; 1845 a*ew (RIUt'O"'TftJt: ;
lands to the heirs of B..1Urdaa1L to '
by belonging Egbert "t *
esode'ofmiYeyazioe, engage <- ,
xt4Ymfl1F ,
. County on the way to .3lori4a The Vo1ui&bJ1 > u.Dei.c b specifies no ; : Q1iO : .
consumed all of day eroosji ; And back between 8 a. m"Thursday 'and 12' "China:'}arciQh_ .. _.;..._.._ ._ .,..-. e&rr1'tb. mail'witUsrtaiaty,eeleri sees- r '_-" ', I 44.LLEXAZDIILO'WV .
party ng 1 m next day. ., : v.Si'3521 once a.te..' : '< '-" rity using the terms Of the law. TJbeWbidrsre.ealled :4 .iRETUItNS
the Oclockonne*, with their*tock,, ,wagons, Tax Assessor and Collector, Dural cosnt'., From Qeal**t 6 a m'onee a wee'rIdsy4 Joeeph" fttrm A4loola ." i'ant1. from the manaer i*wbfeh they are desighstod .', -

& :Jacksonville, Oct.:28.1850._ .' 19-tds _'-' .By Loag Swamp and OkaJimnpkaf'rbrAnmtowsby8 J L:" b&ckoDOea.cet.t.J.. : -. .,o'. on the bookstof. the Department bla.t 1dI.t.rj' -
m,41&3os b eeided.sftof.mature arasidtte -
,, .. __ "W' ,1'. T<. ,, I4s.'hba 'IIJ 1EL' -, _
Davs1 Collector Bale.BT -Aud-bk between 8 a m and D m,_next_ 1 rslcel;thMeove7oo. 'a-:1II4 onsds J. *pe5c 1I1OQtI IN
The Kfl\lat .Gaztttt: learns. .thai a CoewtjrTax, <' : :. ,- 1: p Torn for d:Bid ;. \llt l .Gl..hI"s'rMLM tw.4qnss h1Wok11OIyeanedIo

learner is about:jo he;pot on the rouu 3>e- VXRTTJE of Authority% vested %j. _jrroig dsy.UOIA $"" ;once in*two weeksyyotWedneaday ilm btAf .ldtlIrl. : : &Maf.tit..I : ,

tween ....,end tbatportnT'P o- 1&o.J will expose for sale,ia front tf>tia Courthouse -' ; -. '"', -' -.' :"1(o/y:,I. ::1I)n r 1 die .: e expeneneeL tI"'i :,.saab1eeI., : _* I y$ J '[JJ... -p ''! .
ia the orJscksourlfleohflM nes.4.q
door WWII folZosn(5ieu-TitC .
( 'To bJ 61' iii <= the mid- tsidowiitbI --- 1i ..
aenaimontblyln Vaametto of t.ui
sacola & Marks and Tampa.to run same JallJ there rtf tOreqh.ooseh'aoafltsaaca &w .J'B1Dt..u. ;
Monday*f May,A JD.185lthe following tract AwLba&betweeJI-dLa&sd' pm every. to-conqihe .n- wbos thOUrU1O *Set*kIOtOIn7 *M li- .IN ', ,

jconnerflon-with.the Charterton of .Uiereof as will pay the son .. other Tuesday.tI t.: or onT3utI2O.pom eeIl1a'tbl prOpOse-..': 14. ; ,. ssart& *.rJl\icIa..t8.. t.' :-
and rt'tcb touches of laaiti.1Daeb. ,':sad 'ninety-one Havana steamship label 3323 FromBomosau42p m th. Poasgtet eraF1 MTCrLINUnI&. .I. .i.IafJJot .i-
fteli" !Ji .
[8 ,- the amouhtef SUU '"* 'Sv v .*> -Deseubct,18 WMaQeorI1l-. au4.a14t I ? .f85is
d :
at Key West. VCft'- < cf. -TJV. ,-*: for-proia1*na tht ua:dA&e4 withefrsitronoo.; S*>A1 ..
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co' tax asse sad< trains-lAA.istaU: ; :of DnaCML. By 'nr' Bentf CI01IDty t.t1ae'tt iD.&h. schedules sate_ ."Ladieid.J, III;i. -,
1-2Orequrat I IersdWceusee > *
nomination to Ibe Clinch deceased,UvUd tri IlK land for theyeai' ,.To''L Pond, "'"TrS&'{ ssssss.s.l eostahie3.tuinttt, .a4mfJaeZDO sMJi AM fol- to tM.iatoseto tiserWe -
Mr. T. BtrrtCK Kixc's alM to f .e- --M4f\T.d w4'I
1350 and ;>11b.sa > ..sixteen.doUan .by6pmDUtd7'-4 $ Lucre statS .
California, c coUectorsbin' h&i'been cbofinhed. sad fifty.lghtowtst8t'.l the amount of Uw AftdtMk 1. lowmgmodretsQnY715OIwteWlt 1'tre4.t'fot _..,.umofbei ...- .. .s..ei4q.TIs _. _
i bawlS illO 1ft$ "
by ih "Seaaltt. .,: $ .',, county tax on Mid land fartte same year;tog .:'ra next dsy..Tua.%<. ; t.'wf7'-! *" '.1 wrlta st'tk.sum i words. UJIlI length]- 1a11I.. 'ii i ieNht .
her with all>a eMsarr axpeuM .tt4JlIe1atc1 ( Pro to toexteD41O Fanning are'la-. ,."J&e4f yf rrM "(Sf 1ot. -,'- diroaso Si... :" r$ ;
The hive-adopted 1"1.s tot'taidtract'Ot-taa4IttIft s1tast l ,. :,u_.'.t.8eeae J ? ii"t'.t't t : \ ..J w.-1ooIa ta.-'t'f, ..
MaryUnA,Conrtritum jfj ;\_.
111 MId count7 ofDnvs-.a t.htiWe biDk of c.b4 I roza&riDI Hraeomxty, t8ai eoof... itEu IP T,. tt, .
prOY lioll .i."Qa.1ifl in ,1 t' ed ,Piclats .rJnafOu aI. .tM. ia,. .I. .J.. .ij
,Plp.f fiU John's nver oppostU sontataini 'oiee a week,W.dna.4afl r.r.'Y. :..- '.:. :

1 .t..ll'om. .. ._Jij... r.. ; tea UioauM*adnft11ootloJ'' aers,-| boandMM i, ". _. Mo1e.4nt '. -.-_-.d.: ..-. .... _..L.._ j ... preseatft .cM 6D.*=-:
:1 -
foB wrt 7O'the fast Uy the St.Jebus riv r o..o ''.J..P'.' Iw -) tr' .*' U m o>irt th .;Tea ant Ifettowiie pIIII
$ ; & *' i:q.ib r ***ls' *":Ca"* notbi toads belonging to Ihexame estate/.QI t'' "; iI Au4back bt&.8. U4 P.I1', =".- Td TbHUtt'fi_., rj, rt. WAtenoi erfrtia- bit...1 1r -

cr& ': b 1'paw. -"4-D"1I..1.-&I : tiT.z From Md0LM1'.. .maylwj if H,( Tti fib)Wd .* ,> s 'WIa th.sb :,_ _
) i4'UDOUCCI5 i l "i.rat'.I\f .. &II '; u wtoklot' a k required -
hlaetibe met .' W.daN1t': .* i' t .1MI lrPtcl..s_ horse % :tnuwportatiim.
Shadrach} th.11inhd' ftp and ''- u w ".. :. 'T1I 1t7.1T.:;,. ., fL gbSSr _a.t ntet. by the rise*nd importance rfTTuf-BuTlrtho

says htTtach. "r. !"..1mn,1;En C.fl.It1L4Aaeor D'] ss&uty.' 'iof.,_ A" .iI.twoclI'.I"'a' :.tiW. r1u ed'$) the Postmaster Geaeral,-pursuant taat preference- '" for the specifta, bid-, wilt b.,, If -isI .- -: --
round." I&cnvlu-vm.2e1&7. 1ICI'a', .

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rnMcItory **"'*- i*' '-r-** "
AS received from the Northand now fc ste? iu rsgtteitbt announce to. w H 1
V'KW ##$ ? .ftpf
II tfebllo thanthey have greatly Increased saidstocks r. rf
a*for Sal*in th$ Jbuildiji-formerlyjw* .
: eomraeiwd bealdes .great.yadety.tif Dter 4l *r** *3M 41 o *>yp&&
$' $4I7bIS zthe'publle generally thatb las eapfed at the Post OfflceL a.new and handsome assortment mbrscIng a !' K "T"
? business ia Jacksonville, East Florida- and soliciti -- pt Fancy and Slaple Dry Goods, which artleica tenersiIyof'the Iflowtog ehsxetev snt '. aW <* ?- -
his ntioh* Mtronage--having rec tly.yisUed New York he offers for Cash and respectfully UVWlJUUVXlar -AgrIeultur1 and$ -
tSu'es to'th'e ,
upoci4e1a th Pa o give prompt a arr
er Philadelphia, ;Baltimore; and. 5 avannaI'twhichpiaee invites the itUeM of"JaeksonTjJle. andMha' plemenU of every variety, of Jhe moitrceent and iSS-- *
; raBgemcnt and prosacutlon -claims before,Congrest jcomplete, arrangements"have; Men vicinity call and'examine his Goods,previous to Improved description ,hundred plowg of every. **>

.. otIy.lmkftrged! ; .$4f .- 1q 1 or.any.'of, tbeExecnUeDepsrtment.-, made for the successful' prOsecution''bi all;kinds purchasing elsewhere .vAlso I"-'' ? description lrfl iaaUriaorAtaBn] rseurnettand f 5;
ofbnsinesaln which our. Souther A' Piantert arInterested. bras and foulidenembraclng every
Claims from the Florida -4and 4-4 Venetin8tsIC&rpe1iugrom'Jto2jpcenti
: AdviimMiU1bIattbafI1o1ng arising Revolutionary, ; '
their-line all'neccssarf ,
Goods if..orjdescriptibiw1Il.be ;; -- *-'v"r': ? i used in ,including

oV; MexicanVarsjTfl Revolutionary, Half- procured at..shortrfcplijjo',and'mpwied' ''at' very' '4r4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. from 45 to &o manufiictarers'price
? : tb. $ j;M evez4jv Qe3t4 orYeY7flb8eAU pay, 'or Widows', Pensions i j. Kaval_ Army; .5n.ALt FtTS. '" *'- -* -: G21-2cents. ".- ", '.." .,"* ** --- MjcscKLLASJtp"cs.t7RoUefacdjewmiiiou, gInsjaetcrews'store barrows ,-

Bounty Land orScrip; ;tindef Tiw"of Feb. II PRODUCE, of;every;kind win bo received on 4-4 Super Raar do. 271-2 cents. and;cotton. trncks,iwheel -
Advertisers a liberal ; ,
; ftnt lairrtiphJiJTo yearly sal will .hydraulic rami forco pumps,
; or shipment,upon which liberal adtancts Men's heavy Kip Boots and Brogans.- : road scraperii, ,
tfleI.A4vert5e. isiia.jitio; lS ; Arrcoragtrof Pay and i>t maitt-f Arrangements made for_ Shipping Tim I ;Women's,Girls and Boys-Bootee& ., patent chain to-V faei1itasr -the-cfraing water; F3 --: *
. menkiq:1Tio b&yI i aurn4ng&cconnt ililcage due'retnrniDgVolanteerij Claims for .btr of eveVy'Cinality/ "" '. _T TBO Men's Black Silk Hats, from$2 to 8.. .. Georgia and French burr millstones;cabins castIngs --. - -- -: (_ .. )
; Jort and othePrcpe4ydestr )K PAPER & $STATIONERY.,every : and *- ; Plarterers' and.raw for farmers plantation :,f17 DALl30j ;s '
. wltUthe *!<*)Ttitnt b f M for to/publl- Horses! edj>Pxpcnses I Boys glased caps, ; -- '--
.., : Incurred by Volunteers,'before being vmnvtered varietyjriUbe: kept.pn hand or supplied on >h6rt Silk and Gingham Umbrellas;. ', Mills; corn and matmillaicrewsinllLfrOflZm j j_ '
t shuttles.-and general' '
.Carpet BagL bolting clothspicks, reedJy -P. TOWNSDSA
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? ; aj a.4)stanc* con io era their. re.nuttanrn'fbra n.ersons ; and te'cciycdjinto' serTfce yjiggonmasters 'Through arrangements with.Boot PvUiiher I : Ladies elegant New Style'Whlk and, coloret -finding for cotton and woollen mannfactoricl.t

: ; jrerttslng, by tbefolldwii>grates and Teamsicrstjclaims; Warines*, saflors', flatter myself that country dealers can be supplied Sun Bonnets, Ladies colored Straw Bonnet and MILL .MACHKIERT,- TOOLS, &-Hving.the wt-i.i&ntb. it.iitfrs tI1Pbihi
.. &oU&o i with SCHOOL BOOKS on better Itermi than they Winter Hoods. Also, \ T-----------" "t !/ -agency for various' atd-extensife mjuittfactones, Cu at Ii. Vtel.tkl Dntl U'la3IlI0I7d-4l MIwb.
One square_ (twelve lines), ,published,* s'x-montlis ; v can have their orders filled in New-York: Canton Crape and. Cashmere'ScarfsSbawls, we shall be'prepared at all times to fntnUh every, .sI_ 'S.f *Sties SIru5efl.. hI.Ubs ass tIM
:. for i 'lit x"L -'- /-. ; ,, ,?woo Having an the forms necessary fjor"a 'proper It shall be my aim to satisfy all whoonay!favor Ribhcsa; Insert and Edging, together with an .specie of machinery'on the shortest-notice. / th*aMISS laktaaaf a iSsrfsIUgh$.a1IssIkII.S $tres ,

: ; Two for ex( months, 1500N presentation-of:claims! ,: together with the 'roles ma with their, patronage,, both .as regards price assortment of Hosiery; Gloves, Ginghams, Chintses The highest market price paid 't all times for pats t.i4.t II t. sajustb .Sii( *
squares *
1 and quality. T, ; ,1 .,_ : wool, .heepskias, and nidea. All produce of 'thi the vbsl. sb Oil ns' ,,..s,
. v** and regulations governing, the different Depart Mousline- De..Laln0s; Cashmeres,.:Shirting, pafflag thi qaesII'i thas'a
freditori "
rtf atWors tnd n commission
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c ; y IESa State received sold tot the usual ..
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ment :he is prepared to undertake all claims of ,v ,> i?. Sheeting,'Osnabnrgs;and Tweed Cassimeres also, |'II, .4i, PTI1'XS'SII I dIIies.' '0. .f ii.rises.
: Application forltttersof adtalnUtrnUon, 5 00rator .Tic! agencies 'of several, -important.PJITEXT a variety of Smallwarea White and Colored Shirts, I ii.nqr'-cci; : 'S. COOt VU, 5kM 1$ aim aiund..hU. SP..dtdsa4

. 51; what kind'soever' ', that require" the ?'nicei. Muzciinshave been obtained,among;Which isREMEPYPWORMS Black and Colored Silk Cravats. &e. &o. burst the baUm piIali7.ia iswas-U'---budj .m

: -' .i000. ofanAgcnyat.thliplace.s ; Jacksonville, Noy. 2Sth 1850. "tfIn -RkFEHKjrcEk-Messrs- Padelford, Fay kCo.; ,_ _. : ..: .
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.1.i i Per ftonenince men t of candidates f for.office, >5 00 rarticular attention given to the proper settlement iEt -r Ed C frcuit.Court Florida $wift, DenBlowfc.\Vrebster.: Toct Zi-tf ,p5tiutilsspgtbss1111
; "" f rn> of Drivat. :
unlcia'tlie of Quartermasters' accounts. THECARD.
r N .irj .. County. } Atlanta (GiuJ F mal* Seminary -
) V. accompanied with the amount charged- Charges moderate, and rcgulatod by ttbe amount CAN 1ANV -, commenced we. tb.'Vi.rIgss'DflUIIU, o1 lbs ciiy.f% w,ya i
claimed and the extent of services : George Burt, pUff., 1 .;_ : THE exercises of this new schoo hIlts Sal tfctt U iii>iBf a CUd tiM we ka4 toil te $.
L.t Edit fta ioticci., ifoi 'private'benefit will be required VS.'* =-" "1 the first Monday in July last, under the: SszsspsrlilawO 4I a.tIatnl $dssp.M

ehaf gcdioiible the rate of advertising.. AH communicationi,.to insure insertion, must Elisha Hall and Elizabeth f "' charge ofA. R. Kellam, principal in tho literary, ;?;T.wuds. Ianf.r.a$ le say .4IdiiI qssIIth.vkl.b sbai w'sa.
ptBt ,
will be postpaid. t'deo4rtf jHall, his wife, defdts J ., and his accomplished lady,iff" the music and ornamental
: i JLeUrfews Obituary;tad Marriage notices, ,. .proputtl kw* M OK tv. 3assb'1.sg 4 $uparmusasasvsaa'wsdsshlabiktla4I.
; ... .y .. >* Petition for the foreclosure of mortgage on'- West department, with assistants of high qualification ,
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be published gratis. I The Institution :W111 be divided into -
v ; Half of lot number five in fiquare number ten BCniEFFELlN.BaOTHEH fc CO 104 and 1M Jobs.
j1r Communications must b>e .post raid.4i 'Osca :Harti, r :, ? A C A'lti situated in the town of, Jacksonville;county four -foBrth,4hird1juuior, and senior., 'A- _]*"- 1C*T#

. -- : A 1 roRxEy4rL4.w: :and State aforesaid., ". : school preparatory;and conducted department under will the be supervision attached to of the the. SCSirrOX, CLAB-rit- COJlW. t. S73 Bre 4wty kl*

Office over the large store of;Messrs. Holmes & It appearing to the'Court by the affidavit of J.McKobert principal. The school has been furnished'.with: a -

? ij ,. Co., opposite the Masonic Lodge, on Bay st., Baker, esq.-Attorner for the Plaintiff fine and well selected apparatus,globes,astronomical NOaTOM.BAJBCOCK k: WOOD, 129 Maktoa Laaa' N.T.HAVlLA .

t ATTORNEYS_ COUNSELLOR'AT LAW, WILL practice in the several counties of the" unquestionably the best WORST MEDICINE In use; in the above entitled case that.,the*said Elisba -- geographical, phonographicaW charts, D.KEESEfcCO.,SO Maiden Lasej '4W

Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend the' it is a positive remedy;;and can always be depend Hall, is not to be found within the jurisdiction -ol maps, &o., on a large scale, to be .seen' and read;; DAVID T. LANMAN, W WeIss Street, t*.
1. ; : : 3AtsouL ); 1L ,; to ed on and is perfectly safe in its' operation. this Court, but is supposed to' reside in the 'StateofTexas. distinctly from any part of the room. A good library HAYDOOC,CORLIES 'ci.&ya ?SI1SIWS.43 ,

: : Win attend to any professional business entrusted collection of claims against the United States for '. ALSO, .- ,' /. of choice book also belongsto! school OSOOOD &JZINNINOS, I8 fearl Street,; -- --di

4 toIm:in-the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, Military services, and for'Horses lost, Or other OAKLEY'S ARABIAN HE AVET"REMEDY, Hall It-in" therefore Ordered, That thesaidEliaha for the use ofthe pupils.; -, : ,.. L'MINOK k CO.,2UFnlton $mt.J.Jp'TElrgokguual4eaLsns.
1 Jo and
merit which who appear answer the said petition within The scholastic will bo divided into two sessions
An article of
lost in said service. great and no one year 4
: property or destroyed by troops *
and the Supreme Court"at Tallahasseo. He has the time prescribed by law will be
,1 :t ; owns Horse should without judgment of twenty weeks each; there will be at least
also such aiT advantageous' connection with an Also, chums for pensions of disabled soldiers,or given against him in default thereof.,' ? .T one public"examination each session, and a quarterly RUST k HOUOHJOX,83 Joha Street, I*
: :1 Dr.-Christie' Galvanic Belt, Bracelets, It is further ordered that above KINSLEt, 45 Cortlaadt 81 Vi
will the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. the. noticed be will be sent to each parent or guardian rOREENEEAF.
able at Washington city, as ensure report
IL Lawyer Necklace, and Magnetic Fluid. published in some published in the WALTER B. TOWNSEND k CO.,SM Pearl SU r
and newspaper full and fair-statement ofthe standing
Also;claims for bounty land to officers soldiers giving a ;
of such claims
, a prompt and speedy collection as For the Removal'. .Permanent Curt of aU town Jacksonville, in said'county;once every deportment, and expenses of the pupiL OLCOTT MTCESSON fc CO, lfl MaMea LaM, di
and the widows and orphans: of deceased officers two weeki'forfour months.THOS. '
htdliaiids the United -, .
4 ] nay bo placed in against 'Nervous Diseases, ._ / RATES* TiTrnoPreparatory classy Jff.E'TBFPE12SMsIdeoLlnSdi..

tf tales. f and soldiers. And of those Complaints -which are caused by Nov. 20 1850..'DOUGLASJidIe; &
:: Sept. 1.1849-ly Also, will give hi s attention to conveyancing, an impaired, weakened or unhealthy- condition of .1. MaI! BAKER, Esq., Pltfls.Atty.I and senior classes, 20 j music piamt forte, 20;'gui I .MONTAGUE WARD fc CO,83 MiMes Lane,;. di.

Lt 8 -_. to exaniing titles and records, and ascertaining the NERVOUS SYSTEM.- Isadore V.'Garnie Clerk-of tar,15}ornamental branches, 10;;vocal music, 2; THOMAS k MAXWELL, 86 William St. ,
: ; said Courtdo CNo
claims to lands. library and incidental expenses* per quarter, I lACXSON, ROBINS fc CO, IJlWatwSC ; ds
J\ P. SANDERSON This beautiful and convenient application of the hereby certify that the above is a true copy of received for a less time than one session
-All business entrusted to him will meet with mysterious powers GALVANISM and MAGNETISM the order Publication in she above entitledxase, and pupil no deduction made unless for protracted ,GRAHAM CO,14 Old filip : :- .< -
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, has been by distinguished on file in office. -- IsI
I. prompt attention; and all instruments of Writing pronounced my 'r .j sickness. *' -*' ;'*' ItAR311&NORTUROP65PSTI1t.
physicians, both in Luropc and the United Suites, Witness hand and the seal of said Court Pearl St. .
Itf: removed his"office from Columbia my From their experience nndformer succesa.ibeyfeel tHBRWOOD k COFFIN, 64
will be executed him with neatness and de- I
: i i HAVING to Jacksonville, Duval. County, by to be the most valuable medicinal discovery of.the [L. s..] this Nov. 21st. 1850. confident rendering full satisfaction.*>Their 1NOERSOLL k BROTHEB,230 lean St ::1.

respectfully .1funns his friends that be will contlnnelhe spatch. I Age.. |l. V.; GARNIE,Clerk, C. a D. C. facilities, for imparting instruction are rarely B. -TAHNESTOCK fc CO., 49 John St. 'Is
i; of his Jacksonville Jan. 25, 1S31. tfJAMESM.BAKER DR. Wit COX'S Nov. 23, lS50-4m. equalled. The advantages of the location need !Ia MMMtic Wf till we sa tXMMl Cf a Of4 f kiiki -
practice profession, as formerly. Compound Extract SarsaparlUftoj not be mentioned.-Access'to the place unequalled ky all tk.!priioip hsofl sieves Is Iii s..a4 4

!tI4 llY will attend at :each and every Term of OriginaL -:lownserurs. In the Circuit Court-far the State of Florida and health und u4ed-' 'Board can be bad in the thus tha UncMt aj4 totrt fcNtwly .. 1* Al. VeissI.$s''s.

tbe Circuit Court in the several Counties, of T IS NOW WELLKNOWN BY MANY, in and for.the Sojtihern 'Circuit.: bcstfamilies on.reasonable terms. For any information ; twei7 riy.iel, !T.Uwir I..tia.ay sI. Is s4
I wanted," address, the, principaAtIlanta,, Card th.r. are so two piiloM i. Ala mMk akr OI4 9f.i f
Ii I the EasteA Judicial Circuit, the County of ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND easily proved by us, thatTOWNSEND For{ 9fonro County Gat- ect24.nVoiumbiaC9intrSherIft5 T.meedi S&rrtp rin U TM Sa risfl*, 'seC he;

v Hamilton in. the 1idd1&Circuit, the .Supreme Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M. BILL-IN._ CHANCERY-FOR'DIVORCE. I prsfnsbl. ta tbiir sa1&tiiate S.rVs wUel

4 Court at Tallahassee j and,the UVS, Court at St. did manufacturing obtain from the DR.original WILCOX the 'receipt for Edward- F.. Griffin"CompLilnaut,' : Sale' Bled- v
:. Augustine. All business entrusted- his care WHIT SMITH, tf M. O'BRIEN, vs. FPatience -CARD TO THE IPUBIJO.WViie -
t WILCOX COMPOUND, S. Griffin! : Y virtue of'a writ of n. fa.,.issued from the -
r : will receive prompt attention. ATTORNEYS, AT LAW, and that he did.after the character and reputation appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by B Circuit Court of Columbia county, wherein r.4ersgea. PbyiieiMi 14 Or aSt 'iif .

: Address-J. P. SANDERSON, Jacksonville, Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M was established, as being the most r its records that said Bill has been 61eJ, and; Joseph B.Watts is the Plaintiff, and Win. Colaon Trk. Erooklj. i.4 W1IUmsbug. hsl sIli4 Ups. I. 500*

r Duval Count 11, Floridn. EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE by due proof that the said Patience Griffin resides is the Defendant,I shall expose to sale to the high- I .u p.r.ussI view. of thi reol m.rit f'SwnpiriUM. IL. w.I .

'I ? Jacksonville, Jan. lla 1550. tf WHIT SMITH, I M. O'Ecres, in the world, for the following diseases, such out of this State It.is Ordered,-That a hearing eat bidder;before the Court House door.in the I Of the .1&ig pvefotvod by ti. pi..I..ls

Office at Alligator. | Office at Newnansville.BOARDING. as Scrofula. Consumption King's Evil, Salt on said Bill be had at the next Term of this Circuit Town of Alligator, inCo1umbia'county, .on' ,the 1 rgial Sssapsr1Ua w have is&bIa 1.0. sad ha'. A..upL
p a ;: McINTOSh Rheum, Erysipelas, tsiald Head, Tightness : Provided, That this Order be published in First Monday of-April next, the following property L 111 &tier .t.s.a tbtsdv.s Bs$we fiil lIeS
41 McQTJEEN .. of the Chest, Dyspepsia; Palpitation some public newspaper- in-this State for the term to wit-Levied upon as the property of said.1-w* k t give>h r aiem. why ws prrftr to mn M4 wO Old

; : 1K' ATTORNEY AT LA1l\. accommodation for of the Heart,and all of four months before the first day. of the said-next Defendant, to satisfy iaidfi.'fa. t 'tDT. Joaob Tow.isoCo r..p il3 to Xti S. ?.1'.wisusd"*,
Pleasant and single-
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern genteel Nervous Affections, General Debility, Fluor Al- Term of said Court. Lot Number six; [61 of Section wenty-ftve;f23j 104 le*T. the pvblie s.J.dg. -vbeskir we an. 4sssl'srs sad
:t persons or families can be found at Mrs. FLOTABDVthe bug or Whites, Rheumatism, Syphilir, Liver- 4 JOS. B., LANCASTER? in Township six [61:i South of RaniHbfiftecn [151Eastcontaining _i .wIid1.s osd coO. I. tr.atd.? bj is d.tag
4T Circuit t the United States District Court at old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Complaints, Cancerous Humors, Mccurial Diseases Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida. eighty [80] aerd' Also,. Lot L Oar tzpcritaM a 4 abecrratfoB tare aUB 4jM t**' tMOH

! Augustine tho Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; been thoroughly repaired and renovated,) opposite &c. &e., OSSIA.N 15. HAET, .1 number five, [5]fractional Section twenty-five, Dr/a SanaparilSa.prawn nan aiedUal p war sad rttue -
:- pro"1116 Claims for citizen in any-part of For some purpose, and no doubt in order to Solicitor for Complainant. [25] containing one hundred 'and fifty-five [1551 tha*' S P.T wnsei'i. aa* tbs tutia.ey if tto aU34
: Sand -
Ii : the Republican office, Bay street, Jackson make it cheap (for the genuine cannot be made' Dec. 19, 1S50 ,y 4m acresAnd Lot number three, [3] of Fractional ; w aI4 Mem b* the aan*. aa* T* alwayi abe u.s autta*
4ho Government at Washington,
. Florida against vile, East Florida. Oct. 24-3m without great expense,) pollute It with minerals, Section twenty-seven, [27] containing&"ghty.8U] of Soaoeiec aa4ddy, whin tv, sztfcIsi bsarf.g tIe sa

cither before Congress or at the Departments. such as Corroxive Sublimate- Snlpher, Salts, DISSOLUTION AND FORMATION OF acresAlso, Lot number four,'[4] of, FractionalISection iaan*. aad ptirportfng t* con thetame dues,..Bra U atarketf
I 3ADDuESSJICkSOflrSflC, East flariJd. Saltpetre,&o.-&e.' -> twenty-seven, [27]containing eight/SO] f to loll that which w*eeeeider.the1. betkJ The-'fart that.S.F
2,1830 ttIv JAMES SUfeLIVAX. Now in consequence of the above abuse, Dr. COPAR T.NERSIIIP. acres -AlsoLot number seven", [7] of Fractional | Towa'aead'*Saraiparill fcaf 'p-eatly .Mar*, ferBtnt1 aa4

2 I May. : No. 13 WhltAker, near Boy Street, WILCOX has concluded to give his whole.time Copartnership heretofore existing trader Section twenty-seven 127]containing one hundred ;..xplod$ the bottle, thereby fiT>>C great BJatBthfaatt*** t*
SAVANNAH > and talents to the manufacturing of firm of Cure ton, Titus & Harris,' is and eu [1061 acres-Also, Lot number three, [3] -ear CBiMnera, baa iklaeaeed at ia car prefcreaea'*** Ik* 014apiBMB
; :i; .J.,McRot>ert Baker, HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND, his day dissolved bv mutual consent .' in Fractional Sectionthirty-six;. [36] containing Dr. prepaistlos. wiie ued by ..r .sat.ail he*

ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR ATLAir WilOLESALX AJCD RETAIL in its primeval state of vegetable purity, so that .CURETON, TITUS &HARRIS.. fifty [50]' acres ; Also, Lot number six, [C] of *Woh we btlirra Bidet all alr aMtaB!M M.*" tkb.t .
iI TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, the afflicted of all classes may' have a healing Jacksonville, Dec. 20th,1350, Fractional Section thirty-six; [36] containingfifty-- ,*5 .h. n'a tL utaUlBKh1aj ..sptsfezaS to OM

rt ,JACKSOXVILLEE..FLA.: DEALER n balm for all of the above complaints.. And from nine acres; Abo,'Lot number one; [1] in Fractional ]>r

in the Courts of tb Eastern his knowledge for the last ten years of the won The business hitherto conducted by IheabGe- -Section thirty-six, [36] containing eighty.' lia ta de I J* if v*ara at js.t1.d 'l* fiTtai. the OM Dr.*
Wiiiffp'ractice:: Japanned, Brltanla, Planished Ware, derful healing propensities of his compound, be named firm win be henceforward conducted by [80] acresAlsoLotrnnmber tvro,'[2] in Irrac- I pMparaticit that ar,f Tea whisk I* an* U he'S's-u an4i

,. Circuit, in.Hamilton county of,the Middle Cironitj &e., &c., hesitates not to say, to yon, that he warrants a and under the firm. of tional Section thirty-six, [36] containing eighty alc4ip aad.M wad BI tka chIme dlii pspkis sat-.

EtW t inBenton and IliUsborough counties of theE ALL kinds of Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of cure of ATCT and ALL of the above disorders, if H '- CURETON & TITUS.- [SO] acres; Also,'Lots numbers one, five, and six, vntallj BaaiAil4 ia it*'evor." -

Jtoulbero.'Circuit* In tiic Supreme Court at Tai !- most approved patterns, for families, persevered in according to the directions. Don't Jacksonville Dee. 20th. 1850. tf [1,5, &6]Fractional Section twenty-three, [231 Pbmp'M.rkl. :'U. D33Cnsd krC. d3AeII3 W.Y
1 hotels, and ships ; and all other Stoves for parlor, say that von have tried .SarsapariUas and have enntaining together three hundred and four [3&1] G. Nora.ii.30 flru.ms.M.D. .. .,, 4.
;i ; lahaaiee;and i the.United States District Court hall'or public places: Stove Pipe and every description not been bcnefitted, so you won't try. VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. acres; Also,"Lots numbers one, four,five and six, I j t G.-A.'K, m B-JI.D.-172Cfc tTT .,' 4U
Nortbern"District of Florida and will of Sheet Iron Work made t notice. U.D.Wyasu.D.c.1u0t* miZ3vtat..,, .
for tfee ; > DR IVILCOX'S.For [1,4,5 & 6] in Fractional Section thirteen, [13J j Is'
E. H. U. P. 656 Crnavteh ssP lUraaw
nnilE Panoa.
; proKcuUctaDas against the United States before Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Pumps, Lead Pipe, there baa been many of the name got tip UNDERSIGNED offers for sale a valuJL containing together four hundred and three andtwcntyfivehundredlbs 'rD.DB.lkss.M.D.anAv.C4*,
i7 Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,Wire,Galvanized Iron, &c. on the reputation of this article, andwe tell yon able tract of land on Lake Jessnp, on the (3X3 25.100) acres'aQ in A.R. Caa.. M. D. tot. KiTiatB fc Cbrj tfe 'V*
c' i Congress and the Departments at Washington. CASH purchasers of Tin Ware can be supplied confidently that the3ARSAPARILLA St. John's River,consisting of 8,000 acres. Two Township six (6) South, and Range fifteen (15)- i Jon HiatAB. Jf'. J>. 194 51 Av. '. ;4* 3
located at Jacksonville far life, he will low in New York thousand are first rate hammock land, equal to rC.S.B.I4iagit.D.so5-.Ar.- v. as
Being at prices as as they can buy or ROOT East.. .Property pointed out bv the Plaintiff.A. Dr.Geo..wby. M. D M Caaal -' *
'. ,; give&is entire .and unremitting attention to-bis elsewhere. Orders from Florida, South Carolina, any in Florida, beautifully situated on the Lake, J.OV WRIGHT! D?. Pap*. 1CD.-Br*.m r.rtitl **J.'
; f. is excellent in its qualities of the '
; and the interior, are solicited. though one and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and .. .-Sheriff Columbia County. Dr. Fraaeia M. D. 3l n RiriagtoB SI
profession, and'all business entrusted to his care most inferior ingredients of this,may we not truly cotton.. The position of this large body of fertile LL.D.GrnSTeLX.P.R'Br'.s'.S
.i.. Aug. 29, 1850. tf IVonder-JVorlthig Compound I Alligator, Fsbi 27,1831. -td : Jl. P. Pridhs 31. D. 3MB ar.atB
: shall meet with prompt attention. say land on the banks of our great navigable-river, J. W. Troiu,,. M.D. &U9 SlaateBM. SI -
.' 2D 1850. tf.A Now friends, these assertions are'trud to-the adds greatly to its intrinsic value; nd'makes Jt X,Gilehri.t H. D. ZM Coast ; e.H.L.Fr.oiu.X.D.mCa.&i .
Jacksonville, August letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but a desirable object for .. .Ja ksonville Hotel. 4*
one or more
. I FASHIONABLE TAILORING. because we have a right to the benefit of truth, cotton plantations. .. large* .sugar.' -or" f H lIE Subscriber having become the purchaser, J, With.T.U. M.165 D.Cbibsr.62 Oliver .4.SIcharisa '

: : Card.iCTEXDisa and it is also true that if yon will call on us, we The subscriber also offers for sale 12,000-acres Jl ..and'sole Proprietor of this well known Htary Trimmer.P. Pay. 27 Whitehall -
Tulle SobseMber would respectfully inform will give you names and residences of people-who on Lake Monroe on the St. John's river well HOTEL, respectfully informs,the public generally, A. Jl.DaTi S to leave the State,I have transferred JL the cititens of Jacksonville and its vicinity have been cured of diseases which has astonished adapted to the Turpentine or Lumber business.; that be has added.to the former house twenty-odd C.Rtabea Aibmead. Jr. 5.1S G rand 4

4.t ray professional business to J.McRosERT BAKER. that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied not only themselves,but their physicians, and also The above tracts will be sold on liberal terms,: more comfortable rooms, with over five*-hundred J. H.Watt Lw.n.prsut,a Sth A**aaa .- -, 4.,
a Esq.'Attorney Law, Jacksonville, E. F including by Go!. .Sanderson as a law office, where he intends names of aom .ol our best physicians, who are JOSEPH FINEGAN front"with piazzas'front and rear, making Xilea L. Cook. i9 Slh.tvouas Es
4. carrying on the above business in which using, recommending, and selling large. quantities Jan 16.-3m Jacksonville Fla. it as comfortable as any Hotel in the, South, C. Maraa. 306 fbnrf: _' .' -- -: 4*
.4 all such matters as.were entrusted to my he will endeavor io merit a share of the public of.Dr. Wilcox's CorntxmnA. Be very care which now will enable him to accommodate over i Jeicph Beajauaa 1..uet.Ocaa.I2U 29.0 Spna,.C '--' SI

,', care by Gen James A. Feden.tf which all interested patronage.. He will keep constantly on hand a ful to get that with the name of "J. M" WILCOX one hundred and fifty persons." Ilia table will be I AJVnt W. UabM. Ilmtoa *rT.AT BB* BAl 4. ..

will please take notice: choice assortmnt of fine French*Broad Cloths, !' on the outside label or you may. be Injured Jacksonville and Alligator under'the superintendence ;of,,an experienced Alfird x. P.MaMB.Boyd.Tariek ISO fluter'-dr.. HaaenU- ,4 IS*, .

?'4 Mf Baker's business for diligence Cassimeres, Testings, Trimmings,'. &c.,' which rather than bencfitted.If PLANK ROAD .NOTICE house-keeper the North, by whoso aid he flattens SsmueR Taylor. T EI..tk.r 4.
? 'fl' : reputation will be made to order on the most reasonable yon wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is, we ; himself be shall not be rivalled by any Hotel DLDTaUmaB'MI!? HalMB '-' 4;

: ; and attention are sufficiently well established to terms. .JOHN HENRY. have the privilege referring to the first men of in the South, beiag now enabled, by tLe constant Jcahaa Morilla Gra.ft RobbI 11H, .Chamber Pearl *, ,Cnaa-. _." : .. 4 4
'ff matters in his hands.- Jacksonville Oct. 3d 1350. tf the community.- Principal Office rulE BOOKS OFSUBSCRIPTION the steam communication with Savannah and Charleston cor.
ensure promptness to all JL B. Parker. M. D, Myrtle A*.er>Carr.UJ.W. .3SSI75..
manifestation of 173 BROADWAY NEW-YORK I capital stock of the Jacksonville and Alligator to have the advantage of the fine markets of. Sleight. M. D.43 Jane* ----I.
nL I This transfer Is. sufficient my Plank Road Company will be opened at those citiesID. addition, be has made ti. D: Arru, Atlantic eor. 11*arr. -
T. VANCE'S And corner Green and Beaver ts., Albany, and arrange S. P. L..da. CerI cor.Iik 4.
confidence professional ability and Integrity the store of Fernandez Bisbee&. Co. Jack -- -- -
in -
tI ; sold by Druggists and Merchants ; meats in connection with the Hotel,at i'alLtimes A. ffotehkincjr.7tloa. -
: SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS. Country. all sonville, and at the store S. L. Miblack& Co. 4.
CHARLES P. COOPER; over the os to furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation C. M Wright.-Colam. e. SaektU ,' ;
country. -
at Alligator, on the first March J Hayvovd. 137 Caart- 4*
Saturday; '
day .
of his guest} $ _, ,/. '
I Augli 29,ISSOi: Attorney Lav., fTOie Subscriber begs leave to Inform ,the CAUTION TO THE -PUBLIC next,and will bo continued- open until the whole, The increasing reputation which the, climate of _I.f.Py.se.i22 Head. Smith Uyrtl cur.*Baltic'Ataa*- 's

JV JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and the public Don't be deceived by a certificate attached to stock is taken -/ -t Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical C. C. SmltTi. CliatoB tor. BaUUJ. 4e '
iJ.-JI ROBEIlT DAKERf ,that he can supply them with his double and each bottle Townsend's which certifies that In behalf of the Commissioners. i faculty, for the -cure',of consumption and other Bad.aa. 101 Ifyrtla AT. car. Daffl14J. .
single each bottle is compounded and made under the S..D..FERNANDEZ, pulmonary diseases; has.induced-a'vast increase D. KeviU. K Craai. .:
Law Jacksonville E. Florida.ST > '
Attorney- at SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GINS. supervision of James R< 'Chilton, Chemist,>.who Jan. 80. 1851.-tf "Commissioner.' of travel to thiaStateduring; ;the fall and winter C. HV Clari, K.Ife.r* k GrBTiva< ;4*

t .N.OTARY UBLIC..z4 No doubt is longer entertained they are best has been hired for that purpose. Now *let us we months. ,of those who seek the relief afforded by.a I H.Wa.B.T. Bath.sps.Dr.a4way.-819 Cr, aieB '4.4* ,

. the Governors of Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself bow it looks, when this Chilton:resides 150.miles Jacksonville Male 4 rttmosphere ;'and in'vrew of this lact the **
: C.mmlesionerappointed by from the manufactory. This we think a great Institute. suVribethas dvtcrmined ihoV his exertions to B Tia( B0tie4 with(MM'pl anr a': CASO'TO.-TM>
' from the general satisfaction he has given for the :_.... 4 PCBUC-p *forth by Sixty FhyneiaBBB4 Drafsttt*
AmdaTitsa .u
4th -1r the following States to Testimony, he imposition on the public-and.Calculated to de- : merit>tIM'patronage i which shall.be' bestowed
last will receive their
;; M d Acknowledgments to be used therein- t terials Prices seven low years, and, the Gins made of the support.best ma ceivo ALSO the,unwary for several,.but Kinds judge of ye"Vegetable for yourselves.Pills.," REV. I. SWART.. ,-A.'M.; PRINCIPAL. upon pense.SAMUEL him shall .be without regard BUFFINGTON.to toil or ex- i Towaiead'a* tha City af SanapariUaa'iB New York *B MM" aleb-rtUUT"yraftraaMai aiarits iftil tw e *.",

7aine Virginia, and workmanship. pnW Ia of OLD DR. JACOB TO VX SXITDY >A**?
.;. Including Rev. Dr. Hibbord's well known anti- Rates .1 Jacksonville, E.'E-V October 31850T tf faTor
' Vennon4 North Carolina, BOXES AND BRUSHES Bilious Pills, and Wild Cherry BUters.-Orders of Tuition. LPARILLArOTerthatBiad ayKr. 3Tsml.W.

5I ,. Massachusetts, South Carolina, for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest from ajjy part of the. Country will receive prompt Orthogaplzy, Reading Deftning; Anithmetl the VBdmlgBci,4. ash aotiUlly eoaeay ia Skis *piBjauj

; .. Conoecticut, Georgia, rates.- attention. k and Penmanship. per quarter, ,. 4 00 :GREEWSfTYPE-:FOUNDRY;. Tft iroald. therefore,eoaeeieatleaily ussus.1 SM aiak t a
'Agent Geography, U1UU1U1BT. -History, Composi- 'I. 014 Dr.JMoVi SarwparOla,1Sk$4 af,S.JRWM '. siMIle
Address J. H. FaiStri
0 4Nv.Yor1 Alabama, VILLELOSOA & AcoETiCentrsviflageGa. McRORY, sition, Elocution and Book No. 123 SBildiugNw York - -
: r *PehnRjlrania, Mississippi; ;, MUXFO&D & HARRIS, T Jacksonville E. F. Higher branches of an English Keeping5; Mathematical -" "No.l7Canal Stret j wNew Orleans.:' k Cosliea.BlUafl- 1MJ. ; -

? : Delaware, Texas. N. A. HARDEE. Savannah,Ga. ,Oct. 12th, 1850. ..Cm.Iform. and Scientific course, -. .' :'600 To Newspaper Pabllthers ai1 Printer J.. P.Gi.h.'La CalUa..e WuBt'B*ler .',-'Dia.--of.-Celaa.Peaa. --
; B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. U.R. The Ancient fc Sea*. Phlla. d* .
Languages -- -; 1000 confidence I invite tho-Trade before Dr. D. W. Dyott -
i 4 Maryland, augl. ly R. REED & Co., Palatka.; E. F. WI Jaha O."BrawB.Pettrilla -- *.''
.i A quartoV'cbnsisUi 'of eleven weeks, and. two they purchase elsewhere to give i me a J. W. $hOOStI Pb, B*x,inBwPUUbmi 4* .
S. B. & Co. Black E. F.
li Creek for Sale. sessions a day V 9 to 12 a; m S to 5 m.\; '" call at No. 128 Fulton street,New York,OF it No.- Lewis Schmidt &C... Atleatews 4. .
; T. O. HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville, E. F. p. Woshiato 4.' -
k NIcb.I. *
Valuable For Sale.lrv. Exercises 17 canal street'Row/New Orleans where lam fluiii5i
S .: ."3'- "- PATTERSON &lriqo, Burnt Fort, Ga.A. -- I WILL dispose of,at private sale,, February next.-commence. on Monday.,.the. 3d day of ready toJurnish them with all kind, of BOOK ASD P.B.CrockrIr..BrSWWUII Ailioa. POke Rum 4 4.* .
,. '. 'S Agent for the owners, the undersigned offers ;A. DKLOEMK, UftrieD/Ga. my farm on the St. John's riv- January 28 1851. tfv'i l NEwsrAPECrTTFE, of the newest and most beau Jobs 7le&.i 4.--
ta3 for sale following valuable tracts of JNO. S. Fmc fc Co. Beaufort S C. r,at.the month"of Jnlington creek, tiful stylo. .1 am also prepared to the -. H, JB.y.ve. LI (?le UwB d* .
'p.' Undto-witi GEOKOZ L; BROWN, Newnansville, E.P.Wat. :-.. sixteen'.miles above: Jacksonville. admired.Scotch:.letter supply much ,-.l ,J. H, MeCurelTReadinr, '/' 'da- .-, '. T.CTTB .
Th Low Tract situated at the bead of DELL,* The situation is known to be ; having lately procured ; Betta,Jr. Labaika 4.v ,. ,..
.Indian the most beautiful .Administrator "
.,. > ? Notice from Scotland1:series f of these .beautiful faces *. J.bB 0 rtoa. Doyl .t.w% de. *-
U I river,containing five hundred acres more or less. -.;. WATERMAN, Ocaln, E. F.i on the river,and remarkable for its healthiness, together with ot form IpbraIap.LusaBIsou'brp 4.- ,_ -.
: j Also a small t.ractof woodland fa the vicinity i J.-W. PEAEOOS; Orange Springs, E; F.Co.King's not a .case of fever, having occurred there for SIX MONTHS after date";we shall jbrwent all t>f ORNAMENTAL-every variety JobBmd and pattern Lyo.t k ChaadUr. LaBMbor 4* "

LU4 of tbejtow a t Jacksonville,.containing/thirty A. DURBAR"& Ferry and Traders years. The dwelling is spacious and comfortable, accounts* and vouchers to the Hon. Felix &cu--.:I feel assured AND that the elegance TrTKyBo and DExn ; K.iLyaai.MaBtrM*, P. LTaa, Haraioay, .'**** ..;."
r ,s .y jp *. .. Hill. -<-. ; and calculated for the accommodation of a large Livingston, Judge;;of Probates for.the County of of-all the manufactured aecnracy Rkrt Soy, W Uabor -4* rK "-
I Duval, for a final settlement of the estate of Type bv me?"cannot be C. B.ebe. Dalawar 4. / JWS.Boy4.BUsr' .
AJooa Icact'coiitaiaiog one hundred acres good THOMAS VANCE.. family. 'The land is of good quality, and ,well Sey: surpassed by Founder in the Union. ** -,-. -
iPiokett any 4
I t land, a Pablo creek,near tho mouth ofT 'St. Marys" May SO 1850. tf. adapted for cotton. There is a flourishing mour ; deceased,; and will then apply I By an '
Ga.f Orange entirely methodln the 1 3 oCyaouds hC..Wsifcr.s 4s. .
"" : ._ for discharge from, all'further,attention and mixing aad easting,I -
grove on the premises, whieh formerly responsibility WBC K. Cnllwrt. BaUtrPttorB. 4. -
produced enabled '
am to maintain the virtues of the "
above tracts of land WB111qId In the premises.' ; *r s component wsau'.suby' d.
at reasonablrprices an income eta thousand dollars and will '
-- and terms :"Notice.; shortly MARYR.PICKETT parts of the metal, and thus to produce,!iA N. M. 5isII.WoS.rt.wI. N. T. .. aft
oa good Address from the *
; do
10 again '
present thrifty and )healthy 4 -
addition L.OfliU.StrtojSpiagaj :
to the *
an elegant toast tolid and durable
Auo one half of the dwelling bouse and lot of JL 11 persons indebted io the Estate of Eliza5L appearance of Jt.ces.The Post Office of Man- JAMESJacksonville A.. PIcKET1. heretofore ; ,c.n.IIuibi.t4s --r< 4.--* '- -
_ Type, offered to-' the
land in JackeoniilW near the Court House AdmInisttona. } .publics To this H. Lwekport a>
square, -beth M.Berrie, deceased, are require to darin ,is within two miles, and .the'steamboats --- '- -- : last feature I would ia particular call ,.ary D. Lyaaa evroy.Caira : N4Y.f. ..
being the isme which' is occupied" Joseph finev make immediate payment to the undersigned and pass and repaw before the house, on their regular Feb.20, 1831. I i tion,for,solidity,.and idorabili ty>of Type your atten fa '- CharleW. Badge Sea-ark. tf. J. ., .,. .-.,. --
all having demands* to and.,from' Savannah.; Those on J. A.Shrmaa.TfaBt.B *.' :-
persons against said estate trips to -
: a-yt'f ; wishing, the
; -r principle ofconomyof' the
greatest -
; ; two hundred and forty acres on ioiz are requested to present them properly attested secure this valuable property may call-on, or ad DISSOLUTION. 5: importance.to : A Jaba--WaUla. BelUwi PkU.i, ; Yb '} .,- :s
.typographers. 'tbe.-ueb of R aady, GrartejB dl
0 ride Fleming Island, on tie St. John's Hirer, within tbe time prescribed bv law. : dress by letter, the subscriber at-JacksonviUe, craft will also find the Jaeab Pitree. Chta. '. d. 'L -
between the, &' Henri. Lewis and George H HENRY D.HOLLAN.DEiecutor.; Florida, CHARLES BYRNE. THE COPARTNERSHIphefifcifowexlstlng me ready to supply all kinds of Alfr.d AveTy. WIdbs ._ 4* ..
'- Biifflngton & Ryan ftt. White,,pringi; PKOTIHQ .OFFICE FCBM-TORE,. for the establishStonest'xnnp A.Wllkini,/ Mill .
.9.; Fleming about onf Bundred Vcres'of which are :I Sept. lth! ,. tf.AdtuliiUtrator1 Jacksonville October 24,1830.V Hamilton IPaptr; WwfelYTB THIaje Is _, y
co.cfaMhis TkoBtu
and aboat I day'lissolej by mutual ment ofeoniplete Fninting Offices,such an i. C.rMk. -j'S
hammock thirty cleared. _
Also audiy14e4,OB .thirl acres pf.the late{Sirs.. -I Notice. ,j -, -. -t-Notice-to conseut.. e44- % CE.-RYA--S. BUFFlNGTpN 'Wood Wood Rules Typer, Imposin.Casee 'StsndcBs.p d 'CetUr Po.r.k Loriar Stiekaoy.Boitaa S VtawiD.h..t.--. ; a9- ,
ilJmmgfct dower! .Navigators. 5t1ck 2 RUtCIedlsrCe.l 4 .'r -
on --e.
Sophia Fleming
IX inonthsafIerdateIsbs3liiresentinaceounts -.- -e --iCUSTOMHOLISE- Jacksonville, Feb. 1, 1850. 6th Brass and.Woo4 Calfiyt, Rlgletsi Closet tacka&e.&o. B.C. Cardan. Se ,4 ,-..
St. John'sTiTeri beantiM location
;: S J. X.Ba lUaB del ?4.J
AsojTide4one-thrdifabout ton thousand ; and vouchers to, the Hon.;: Judge o -. ,. .. i'' --- S Pstridr.&C.- -< d&... 4e... --, I
acres; tn'Nassau'conhty; Nassau Probrte forDural county-for a final-jcttlementfas 'I- PWTRJCTOJ 8?. Joint' -A4 ; 'WUmMgTaColie Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cents c.iiis.mai.baedi'd.Wd..;- I. '

L River, extending?to TkonUi'. gwanrp on suitable Administrator, of the estaU" fJohn Middle-,' ,- For! of Jacksonville;NotVlst: J. SaZVJIT perlb. Te trade dealt J }tbtorf; the most liberal ' daW d.st; E

:'!:l .for turpentine; imall skirti flf iammock; granted tofldeceaaedTHOMAS I 3 ':On or about the first, of.May next, the follow- edI otthon1tyinme .terms, and patronage solicited i on-;the< ground of SB.3tassiNoytI',4eit.da' t4e 4 -

;F .. to Francis ; rFattto( 3rfJ> feS5BrttC2 ** -W JONES. .,?:. toe changes will be made with.the.Buoy atrfiti; house flYpicfoiajeIn front'oftbe C irt. "furnishing to the purchaser an srtiel.-with which :* 4 a Saylss,3..th Adaa O .', .; --- I.
doo in-'tbe he ba J. ClaeJaaatf.
l townLotMligato'- tbe ;w j.11 pleased atuLvhlcb. will brine him the VT. Daaeahww. -OhKA.
F -tctw&lr.BAiu.jt.: sept26. John's Bar.1 I give this notice, that all .
w4 >v 4iytrgu6I' 10 navigators flnstMonday n Jane"AD worth of bis 8. 8e..sli.CS..00a&d..OSI.-- -
understand when this 1SM,4il&eyesof ,,, money. ; \ 3.fl.QIiubkC..Auksai.X B.. .,,
may change it
made 1andJownel -by1m1t1Weetei'ojo ;Edito rNnterswfling to stablwa .. PMm.ISid0iS
wbattheiawiarelatte to Btt.yX-&eV& m :muohas a l\oweper.oT k wrrwt.: !5Li
t4 I _.:!-j_ +--- ,. g : 1 s Thatthercaftefc thereQt will pay the State au.county ta; due. .J9b Printing Offioewrn- 'fitfblAea &$ '
7 41 itd'.i. *a.q ., ., TO OFFICER&tAND SOLDIERS ;Inlays barbers.Joundsor aliBnVy*along the coast, or I theyot -(or 185a, anttU it. witha estimate in detailot.the; ; tost b ;:statWe, ; '
1 I p1amWiJJryaut3 r4 sbaH-be tending said levjan4 uo.Bquudariesdeacrji .;- siz ofpsporndkIudQfwork.toj. .'
: nnnfbe ,
OF.rJIESEVERALW4RSSICE. colored and d, sotBat,: P
passing up'theoMt 4t J.
Thibheber t 41JlanQ. I.WpYWsnvfllald. : -
II. TIJfVO1TIQYB : or'fcooftdj-''ttitjrlnfc tb .J>a b.arborror 1 on tboay of &1 sdvertlaenenl, ewsp&penI .wbo-wilL 1nsrtth1 A ,JO* C. P$1.bayy, -. 4 4, ; '' '.--
& ; 44 channel, Ted Jraoys With >v ft oninlers shall be J A1.t..WltIGfl' three months, end sen4. the'pai -a. JI.sass.ewo* '4q t '

k4 ;a recent Act.of Congress,.officers and: soldirnrjwbo passed oq the;: starboard haqd.'blick'Buoys with;- : .-j.-..' Sben1ffandax- Of.laxAesessor Dart eonta1nin it-addressed to Regi* 4 q t

% have not"received) are entitled veapimberi) pn'tlie'port; "ndand Buoyi wits K and Colleetot Columbia on, .r'N.wXo&wm bepstla zuakriaisemy :' $ A. AsM. Baisewis -4wJ

2 ta.JBOUNTy.iL, foccerrioM of o,rnontttor red and block; stripes oneither hsnd.'clluoyi la JAlllgator.. they pwebeoe iix times ibe 'A.J.pt.wt114 sou.s T.k.W&pol. -. 4.'weJ.j --
4UA.kcUT"w mow; tie wtdows,and minor children of those; cbannwtobe' colored*wIIh alterntewhlte.' a&vrtlin2. # rksvsuti4 $4. 4 $;
bt 4Z
deceased,1 also ntHled# The Subscriber will. : JlLfl''Ki
% '
ftn&bIack1n&teu1ftr ,J -.-, ; > t lfttfc rt"i,1iS?*
tl 1ldftft>jrti 1 %t .mo4ersteeO! p.nsaUonjr1th.' strfjc14 : 1'D New9k-s4, J
Maim of those Interested.-Having be e*employed .it TiaiNrciE pr bRlDA T|? U danil w/New K BS&c&iidlWT tfi

. ia publio offic*for sv ralTe ri, his.xperlenoe1a I >'.*rl3 .iS-) H i'J'WggSif'si'toils-- O' -
tx1iNMt 1bzT$1Laj* oa such aaUert irfll aable'bitat ta afford rrea* TRIAbfINQS ., ** f>i.-w, ; tiJJ.. 4' !*u /. iiL w ly.'j; ) f CMBfcatl.Ra.aiMik i> w<>

4lt6 ATfisoi ffi L1rI1! 'fe1f facilities?to 3 : 4 4N3Vb'tleef 'lr.i* *'1\-' -
JA Wfotlfcy -f jte/Vr-* IY.then-.grs&SL4st jpf titmble, .. .t4r :?, & ,d "8am5e4. tuet H'TWtf4ft v *S<:;
H f.p9ftl l7ia .
ffijfc % .JIEJlLSONSjar for 1tr'tIJth"
I *1 *. <_' : ,J( and'*ipen e.j ;i Where- > cbtanwotbIdgsio: ift UbRECTTED I gen jsl aseortm.npf --- _| w&rn nofJto trad Qrersyce0veI 1ro-thotnior ,
I chars ii made. ?AU Utters postIfl reodre -mf '*JMMiiwfnw i '*IIUUIBJK |vuuamviiiK of rnUffBGtop 4 S&ppr:*rW lt&r-CertaIitnot.jp'eiby ma,to wy 'pretWWTht'ah4IJ.at

L prompt attcntiotf I sad'the'nectssary(iorav-aad Ribbon. Loop Cordl, and Fancy ButUrasTTbffTjcdleswUl -, ltbiw suV- fendttt 'arid' sqIontpf eb Jnsr 6th
brtrucUons sent.sB>irIi wr fs findtti* ajBortnr n tobe ttt t log fQoh14 li1uu4 11

'5 bintbtt7rCflb.a4X$1nAt *>y* V appasx-.4 plead to the ecIaati, flhi&intIs sal useIess '
'*,*' f WubiegtonU.G. : -ri : MWMi P i DEWEESfcBriok Ston Eay"**iM! e&ure.RDOjt.M4N ts'yrP-'tf.; sturped -: -

j LOf tol4 13a ao& -Il 0V.28,1$3.tfjt-'Moe S .fef s-rvfi wrS_. 'likWuili0; k -

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