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 27, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00074
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SHelicI Beisea .f the the Auditor : or Osage depredatinnsfourteen matter,,and which it he law- ;
dwrIusibe .the Post(Office.Department; thousand three may* ; at* one' cat 'for I Ieb each. per annual 'and"the'
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T"'l' 'rt-tlnl seventyfive to transmit through the mailof of.
C.gms. for furniture and labor rendered'necessary'inconsequenceof'the'increa no great letter advertised: And :the aDd.French
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J'wwu''Gf Alexander. Hamilton and, fort r ;forany distance fire thereof : i
L.tk.rtrpQ.e&' 1STE1UO: 'ATMET. For continuing; .the collection,, and.for miles'and not exceeding exceeding one hund Wich'paper.sball;&t 'pbljab'of'u) ). *tce as.an adjutant... of- -sTorimeftt- -roT- irs :

RtxJvcd by the .Senate and HOff,' of .For temporary clerks in ,the,'Pension Of. publishing the statistics,nd other informa nfles;double: for. any 'distanceexceedingon of letters'as'.provided t this '. ; >ohs. '
,.Representative of the United States of bee, in' addition' the balance of appropriations tionauthmzed')1tb act of the. third i of ,.tbo'ttei ', bnndred.,mil sand postmaster may dcariat* tome, ciw.section.-ppf'he. dtllars.P|For .elothiflg. for offiem*servaafa' ,'' I{ N
Antrim in Congress atsembled. That the BOW on band thirty-two thousand nine March; eighteen ,hundred and fortY 1'eDi not ; ,
thousand fivehnndred for snelr purpose. nci 1i Jeners hall I
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retary'of the Senate and the Clerk of ..thefioafle hundred and thirty-three dollars and twenty and subsequent acts", fifteen lbctusandthree; 11.1 ;' for'any.:distanceexceeding be published: once fa' of Representatives be, and they here seven cents: Provided, that, aid temporary hundred dollars. *;. t'ate five."hundred as much oftenetot exceeding week BS, forage for ptiblie horses atbfla.. .
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by ere directed to distribute, by mail or clerks shall not 1>e allowed more than three For supplying, deficiency in/.the amount ind not exceeding-three thousand five,mile. as the Postmaster Genera!'may specially direct .,. ,tal* err'pnnliq.ua other ineidtntal .

otherwise,. the works now being published dollars and"thirty-three. and one-third' cents appropriated at the last session" for the same .Jles'f'r.times, those ;rates; for say : Prorifei That the Postmaster General sanl wntiaat'epeust.one hundred >and -R.ea A&IN- .. 'i
by authority of Congress, known as the perday.Forsatary. object, four thousand and sixty-one dollars.. h'un may; in discretion,direct the -publicationof t thirty-five defers' .
works of Alexander Hamilton, In the nian- 'of Recorder of Land 'Titles in. For expenses of an agenuo: collect .i inormation .. deed mie d t.retO.f\ CI German and'ot foreign. V1ettersr:;in any one Fprincrease'sad.tboasand dollats.expenses of'.the- lrary'" ,' .
...:< -' r N11t, _it. To.the President of }lwsouri, >e hundred dollars. to.:enable the;;.department to exJcnXthe I P t.an ieri ie1 ishaU' be/reflVired:, newspaper printed In .th?"German t'auy- Yoiex'thoer'/ '
J., ft8dtbel."'tnPJ-to the Iibrrie > HfrL Qmpensation of the Surveyor Gen r.. law of Congress providing for the pay ijnartef ; t cei lof igr; j".1aidf bfJCatic-.a. :c lI4.- 1' ; :
,; Z.Thie different ,Department, ojf. ,tbe Post! arof Dregon, sixteen hundred dollars per capita payment.to Cherokees under the such cl.t' 8iJ'.aYK.n.1. snail be iff lien of or in addition to'the putlication'of rtieteal is'IM' at 1art. J
and, General For salaries the and Marshal -eighteen hundred and thirty-five, fO ', ,ear *WJUK Milvi di J-.t_ ;
InMeJGeneraj: .the .Attorney Attorney treaty .,_:Boondoookgvandiparcers the list of such letter* mmanner tbt. thOiliandeighthundred '
one copy each; to each member of the of the Territory of New Mexico,'four hun' so far as relates to those Indians east of the "Pf' nl inar not weighingoyer thirty otin.. first in'this'section provided :thI thonsand eight handred dollars an4'Mr.thr.* : .
and House of dred dollars. "V Miaaissippione thousand; five hundred dol *8; .. ;
present Senate Representalves ? shall be e med mailablev matter' Postmaster General shall direct For .
ODe copy, to tire'.office of the Stcmary. of For salaries of the Governor,Judges, Secretary lars.' tbe provision; ..f*i is iiection: And the postage une SEC, 6. And be.;it'further. enacted That' field engineering expenses practical 1iItnItc6fl. "
the Senate, five copies to the Library of the Attorney, and Marshal of the ,Territory For lemoval and subsistence, of Indians onall. pnoted r to anrpostmuter'w1iOse: commiiwion 'nmvbe IUIDberron tools comprising purchase'\f -
brushes' tt
House of the of Utah, eight thousand dollars. fifty-two' thousand five hundred and ten and t.newspprs & for
RepreseaUliyes, ten copies; to periodica po'hshe reduced before the:.amount allowed 'at construction of trenches field.
Library of Congress, six copies; to the libra For compensation and 'mileage of members dollars and thirty-seven .cents.' This, sum exceeding e .lent from the his office'for the;"year ending the thirtieth magazines gun and mortar, platforms batteries de., .
, Tien; of the States and Territories ,of the of the Legislative Assembly; officers, is required in order to settle the claims adjudicated office of publication toactual and bona fide day of Jnne'eighteen hundred Dd.fiftyo.eand ; scents of ditches, mines and other tee ,

Union, each one copy; to' the Smithsonian clerks, and contingent expenses, twenty-four by the accounting officers of the subscriber i 4, beprepail; and in .whoSe l labors' maybe' increased, tie rary work five hundred dollars.r--*o
Institution, one' copy; to the Military thousand do liars. treasury in favor of the Chickasaw tiori log the weigltof newspapers; 'Uiin Postmaster General shall, be 'autboriiec in For erectingquarters for* troops
Academy and the Naval School at Annapolis For invalid pensions under various acts of ,Indians, for. losses, &c., provisions pose.of.determining the:.amount of postage" hip'discretion,'to allow such'additional con- five thousand dollars. nrineer ,' ,

each one copy; to the Join: Committee ,on one hundred and sixty-three thousand dol! purchased in eighteen hundred and thirty- chargeable thereon, they. shsJI I be.'vwerghed missions as he may deem just 'and proper, .For apparatus for'wanning,.aleiWid d'f;

the Library, for the purpose of international lars. seven. when in.a dry'itate.' 'And ben kany Provided, That the whole amount,of coat other buildings with hot air, two thousand
exchange, tt'elf.opiu; to Mrs. Eliza F6 pensions to widows and orphans un- : For tbe pay of the several companies and printed matter on'wbch. the//postage I is.required missions allowed such, postmaster dnriig five hundred dollars.' *

Hamilton,fire copies; to such colleges and der the acts of the fourth of July, eighteen' the ,expenses of three companies :of Texas by thisiection", be_prepaid.;shall, the fiscal year shall not exceed by more than .Approved, ,March.'I85i.. ./;!
literary institutions as ball be designated by hundred and thirty-six,and twenty-first July, volunteers called into service requisition through the inattention ,of :or twentyper cent the amount of commissions .
the pmcent Committee on the Library, one eighteen i hundred and forty-eight, seventy- of Brevet Major General" Brook ,:t\l'o hun .. otherwise, be'sent without psmter, the at such office for'the year ending the thirtieth [ ou. 1 ;

hundred and twenty copies. four thousand eight hundred and twenty dol- dred and thirty.six thousand nine hundred same bal be charged with double the :day'of June, eighteen hundred anti fif AN ACT' ':mking jj roprUtiooa fot ti*<'v"

SEC. 2. And be farther revived That lars. and thirty-four dollars and,tl.irtyfour cents : amount postage which would have been ty-one, \ lDeDt'of MTT peiuiona for the rW tnSm tie
sa the appropriation heretofore made for the : For pensions to,widows under the act. of Provided, That, the pay. and allowances chargeable thereon if the postage.bad been S.."7. And :I be .further enacted, That thirtieth of JIIM.one UMnaaad ,jhtBndftftvtwo. .bndr.4
editing and publication of said papers is inadequate seventh July; one' thousand eight hundredand conform' to the pay and allowances ot similar prepaid; but nothing i .tbiat:contained no'post office'now in existence-*hall be discontinued ; ,. '. .

the Joint Committee on the Libra. thirty-eightj'fifty-six thousand dollars. troops employed during the war wiA shall subject to'postage any matter which, 'shall the.,mail'service i "on aiy Serenaded by the Senate and H_ of .
(y be, and they Hereby are, empowered to For pensions to widows under the act of Mexico. exempted from the'payment"of postage"' i mail route an'any of the States or Territories Representatives of the United Stales. "., ,
cell the undistributed residue of the copiesof the third of March, one thousand eight hun For expenditures incident, to the issue of any existing law: And the Rfctmaster be.discontinued, ,or diminished, inconsequence irs in Congress astexbled, That the following -. !
said work: and that tile proceeds of such dred and forty-three twelve thousand. dollars. the ten millidns dollars of stock for.Texas' General, by and with the advice and consent of any irninntion of the reve&ces i sum be, and the same is hcre -appre, :

sale be applied by said commit, in aid indemnity, ten thousand dollars. of.die ,President of tbe United States, shall that'may result froni this act:'and it chill prialed out of any money in tbe"irea ry' ,.
of the said appropriation to defray the expense :: Fo pensions to widows under the acts of For reimbursingthe'State Florida, un be and he is hereby authorized to or be th*'duty of Postmaster General. to'es- not otherwise appropriateJt.lor' th 'payl l. -
of editing and publishing said works.c the seventeenth of June one thousand eight der such rules and regulations as have heretofore enlarge from time to time the"- race postage tablisb,new":port .offices, and place' .the navy pension\'for the vu d1ll f tJairtieth.JUDet

Etc. 3. And be iJ artier resolved. That hundred and forty-eight, and twenty-ninth governed the adjustment. of similar all letters, mailable"matter mail servicemen any new, mail routes establishedor one thooana eight hundred. 'and- .<,fifty. ,
the works of the late John Adams pubfllh- of July, one thousand eight hundred and claims of the several States on the United up bten' an, .States and that may hereafter, established, two: .J -

ed and being published, for which the Con. forty-eight forty-four thousand dollars. States formoneys advanced and paid, and any foreil ,. for the, purpose :;of in the same ma De.r..as.though this act bad For invalid pensions, forty. tbovsaal. ,. doS,
Crt s of the United States have subscribed, For fulfilling treaty with Wyandoto one for expenses incurred and obligations con- making postalarrangements with other not. passed : And providedurtArr,-[That lars. or -', .
be distributed in the flame manner as is herein hundred and eighty-seven thousand dollars. tracted by said State, for subsistence,.supplies gover mentsor counteracting adverse the coTipensation of no postmaster shall be Approved,3larch"3"I85l.. ,
provided for tbe distributed of the worksof For fulfilling treaty with the Utahs eigh- and services of local troops called into measures affecting1 our postal 'intercourse; diminished in,consequence of the, passageofthisact.J -- Q':

the late Alexander Hamilton, except the teen thousand dollars. service during the year eighteen hundred wit foreign countries; and postmasters at ; <. tPvsiic-No.lq'. : 'rAN =': .
fire copies to Mrs. Eliza Hamilton. For fulfilling treaty with the Navajoes, and forty-nine, by and under the authorities of delirery.are hereby authorized i "- ,Sic! 8..And'be it further naed. That ACT to'divUie the di trict of Aiksiow'.. I
Src. .. And be further resolved, That eighteen thousand dollars. jsuch State, seventy-five thousand dollars. and it sballb their duty, to reimTre. wrappers tbere shall be paid to the Post Office Department tw.dicial" "'
the Clerk of the House of Representatives For arrearages of compensation from first For defraying the expense of extra session from all printed matter ," further payment and compensation Be it enacted by the Senate>.end. Ref

be,and he is hereby, instructed to deliver to of October, eighteen hundred and fifty, to of the Legislature of. Oregon, ,held and pamphlets not ehmeed with' letter'pos.tage for the mail service performed for the two Repraentativei of the United&ateofABtr '
each member of the aPmoent Congress, one thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and fifty- agreeably to the provisions of law to be.expended ;for the of ascertaining whether Houses of Congress and the:-other Departments fat iiI Congrett ,amW td That from 'and
cop bt the ehtb! T@ume of the Ameri nArchiTec one to the Indian agents for the Indian under the direction of the Secretaryof there is pur o any such and offices of the Government in the after the Damage'of this act the counties I. .'

awl! for this purpose be shall use tribes of California,six thousand seven hun the Treasury,on the production of regularand print matter or in'ench package any ma- transportation of free-matter, the sum of ire Benton;'Wasbmgton,Crawford,Scott Polk f 1
the two pmired and nineteen volumes of dred and fifty dollars. legal vouchers five thousand dollars. jrhich'would authorize' or re- hundred thousand dollars per- year,' which Frank, Johnson Madison, uand"Cam :

the Archieve paid for at tbe last session of For expenses of holding treaties with the For tbe pay and expenses of ,four companies quire the chirge ot a higher rate of postage shall be paid quarterly out,of any moneysin and all that part of, the' Indian 'country ,lying :

Congrrss, and purchase a sufficient number various tribes of Indians in California, 'in of volunteens.called service of tuereon. all Jebrs. of_pamphlets, the Treasury otherwise appropriated; within thei present judicialtdistnctof ;
of volumes to supply tbe deficiency. I addition to the appropriation of the thirtieth the United States by Brevet Lieutenant Col- .n, main newspapers and the. ,moneys',appropriated.to the: Post' Arkansas. shall eonstitnte' new!jodKsal r.
of hundred 'and nel Washington; in New Mexico in the prioicl of district to be styled *the western ct"ofr
Approved February 27, 1851. September, eighteen fifty, san exced sixteen ounces ;.n Office Department by the;twelfth section
twenty.fi' dollars. rear eighteen hundred and forty-nine one weight, ,be..allowed to interchange the act "to establish certain post routes and Afkansaswand the 't e of_ said_Staii

[Przuc-No. 9.] Bar expenses of removal and '8U istenee hundred and thirty-five thousand*five bun- their publietinsrip free of/postage for other".purposes,",approved March third,: shall be and n""ajudisiaI district'lojfe** "
of the Chippewas of Lake Superior and the dred and thirty dollars and twenty cents. :' ; interchange ball! eighteen. hunJred.aml. forty.evenandzefnaJningundrawn -: styled "the eastern district oiAiiaa ai ,
AN ACT to deficiencies in-tbe s -
for the rappl rerriee of the fiscal rer appnpratioiii ending Mississippi, from the land ceded under the .Approved,February___._27.'", 1851.* be confined to a single ep of each* publi- in:the. &lQrr..n1. : 5.Ic.t.thtimct And( itfxiEJ4rjaLraht f11fl the. ,-
the thirtMK of June, om tboacaitd eight hundred treaties of the twenty-ninth of July, one ; "- ( rfyn7rCmiro/oTTiat iaidii11i5t1e1j5 ; continue,.subject, tojAbe c -
and fiflj-one. i thousand eight hundred and tnirty-seven, [PCBLIC-No. 12.] may enclose in their publications the Postmaster Generator the service of the j bold two terms of said coart at tin town of :

Be it enacted tJie Senate arid How and fourth of October, one thousand eight AX ACT rednce and modify the rates .f TotUg bills for subscriptions thereto without any Post, Office, ,Department, notwithstanding Van Bares county: ceat.:of Crawford ;
. by of
hundred and in addition in the United States, and for other purpose additional for i, county aforesaid, on the.second Mondays of :
Repreentatives of the United Stale nf America forty-two, to appropriation charge. postage; :n provided th"same may'have so remained so undrawn
and November in each
of thirtieth. That in all where for than ; it became May and every year
in Congre assemble, That the following September, eighteen I fcrtl. newspapers more two years .after ,: .
turns be,and the same are hereby appropriated hundred and fifty, twenty-five thousand dol Se it enacted by the Senate and Houxe of' ,1aU contain over three hundr square subject to such reqnisitioni <: '_ -. and business shall continue in session of and until all the
be is
the United inches be t h the And be it That tt2aU.be disposed ; bete ,
to supply deficiencies in the appropriations lars.For Representatives of States nf America they may S c. 9. further enacted. authorized
for the service of the fiscal ending expenses of tbe removal of the sub- in Congress assembled 'Tint, from. the mails by the tbe publishers to bona fide sub there is hereby appropriated, out of any by sessions directed'tohoJd be inch ofh ;

the thirtieth of June, one thousand year eight agency for the Chippewas of Lake Superior thirtieth day of June eighteen hundred and scribers at one-fourth the rates fixed by moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated er the special of the as may' in necessarjr'f said or j .
hundred and'fifty-one out of in and the Mississippi from tbe old site at La- thirty-one, in lieu of the rates of, postagenow art. the sum of five hundred,thousand despatch times'as caned he deem courtatsnchtiine
the treasury not otherwise any appropriated moneys pointe to tbe new one including the erection established by lawtbere shall be charged SE.3. And be further enacted,.That it dollars to supply any deficiency, that may ,'and or adjourn such.may sessions namely: of necessary buildings three thousand the following rates, to wit: For every slali he tbe duty of the 'oaterGner.t. arise in the Post Office Department other may time special stated
to any prerions toa tent.SEC. .
STATE DEPAKTMEST. doll&rs. single letter in manuscript, or paper of any provide and furnish to al post- .Sec. 10. And be further enacted Thatit 3.Sad bi it That
For compensation and expenses of the kind upon which information shall be asked and to all other persons applying shall be in the power of the Postmaster VnocfeJ
Iter district ourt of the United
For the States for
additional the compensation to four committee of old settler party of Cherokees for,p r communicated in writing, or by marks ad ing therefor, suitable postage stamps General, at all post, offices where the post western district fArkaiisasbereb'cj.
watchmen in northeast Executive building their clerks, &C., for services rendered in or signs,conveyed in the mail, for any distance ot 'the denomination of three cents, and of masters are appointed by the President .f the ; -
five hundred and forty dollars. pursuance of the provisions contained in the between places within the United I etch other denominations as he may think the United States establish post routes tablished in addition to. the:ordinary;jnrow -.
For salaries of the judges in the northernand fifth article of tbe treaty of seventeenth States not exceeding three thousand miles erpedient to facilitate the 'prepayment' 'of within the cities or towns, to provide for diction and powers of a district- court shall .

ponthern districts of California three August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, in when the postage upon soch letter shall tie postages provided for,in this, act; and I conveying letter to the post office,by estaVlishinr within the hniits'of', its respective' district
thousand of all civil
two hundred and fifty dollars. addition to the appropriation of thirtieth of have been prepaid, three cents, and. five any person who shall forge or counterfeit suitable, and convenient places of have jurisdiction and causes writs, of or"error eranInal. .,

TREASCRT'DEP.A.RTXE"". September, eighteen hundred and fifty, in cents when toe postage thereon shall not any postage stamp provided jor .amise deposit' and by employing carriers,to receive which.' except' appeals taw be, .
For additional compensation to eight fall for all service rendered, or hereafter to have been prepaid; and for any distance exceeding muter tbe provisions of this or any and deposit them in the post office; and now are orbereaftermayby in circuit cOurt and shall
watchmen in the southeast Executive building be rendered, one thousand five hundred dollars. three thousand miles, double these art, whether,'the same":are impressed orprinted at all such offices.shall be in.hjs powerto made cognizable the a er..cit-

one thousand and eighty dollars._ rates for every such single letter or paper on or attached tojenvelopes or, cause letters. to be delivered ,by suitable proceed therein in, came
not and writ of
tar contingent expenses in the office of For expenses of holding treaties with the when conveyed wholly,or in part by sea or any die, plate, or engraving. therefor, carriers to, be appointed, by him for that cuit shall court be an appeal from the,final'deerse error or* .
the First Auditor of the Treasury, for cases wild tribes of tbe Prairie, and for bringing and to or from a foreign country, for any skall make or print or knowingly use. 'or purpose, .for which not. exceeding one,en prosecuted of said district court to .the'S*. r'
for the record,documents and official papers delegates on to the seat of Government, one distance over twenty-five hundred miles, eell'or have in his possession 'with intent two cents shall be-charged.; to be paid'.by judgment Court of the United States 'ia ;'tb. ..j
in the office and for hundred thousand dollars. cents, and for ,such false the receivin or sending rtbe same preme .
preserved new furniture twenty any distance under Ujise or: sell any ,' for o person, ; that and writs of t- *- ;
this sum having been transferred per act September For expenses of the removal and subsistence twenty-five hundred .miles, ten cents (excepting counterfeited die plate, engraving; and all sums so received shall be paid into same manner by law appeals from,a circuit court"of ;
thirtieth. eighteen hundred and fifty, of the Choctaws, from the State of however, in all cases where such age stamp, or who shall or print p-. the Poet Office ,Department: Provided,. Tbt ror no United w are States. ,' :'

as an addition to the salary of one of.the recording Mississippi to tbe Choctawcountry wesfof postage have been or shall be, adjusted at authorize or procure to be me.or. printed, amount, of compensation allowed by the the Sic.''.'And. be ,it further, enacted That- '
clerks two hundred dollars. that river in, addition to former appropriations different rates by postal treaty or convention postage stamps 'of tbe kind 'provided Postmaster General tocarriers shall in no of the United State, > an4
President ,
a the y
Tor.contingent expenses of office of In- for that object, twenty thousand dol already concluded or hereafter to be ad furnished by the Postmaster Gneralu case exceed the amount paid into the Trea- with the advice and::consent of the Senate

dian Affairs, nine hundred and twenty-two I lars. made;) and for a double letter there shall be afcresaid, without, the_'especial autorit stills by each ,town or city, under the provisions shall appoint a district attorney and marshal
dollars and five cents I For payment to the WInnebago Indians charged double tbe rates above specified; and direction of the Post Oc Dprent of this section. for said western district of Arkansas. who '
For compensation to clerks employed by : d this sum erroneously charged against the and for a treble letter, treble those rates; or'who,:'after inch, ge! ',See. ,-. And be-it further enacted.;Tint shall receive the RUM salary
the Saeretary of the Treasury, in the ThirdAuditor's fund of ten thousand dollars set apart (out and for a quadruple letter, quadruple those been printed, shall, 'with intent to defraud from and after the passage of this act it shall and respectively perquisites as the present djstriet. attorney
office on the examination of ronster -. of the consideration to be paid for the lands rates; and every letter or parcel not exceed fee' revenues of of tbe Post, Office D be lawful 'to coin at the mint,of the United and marshal of the State,of'Arkansas
and pay-rolls of the war of eighteen. ceded) by the eighth clause of the fourth ing half an ounce in weight, shall be deem- deliver.any any States'and'its branches,'a piece''f the denomination have by laW and the said district jodgeshaU
hundred and twelve and Indian wars, in addition article of the treaty of the first of November, ed a single letter; and every' additional prent persons pt smp,:shallbe and legal value of,three cents appoint a clerk of said court bcreb7.cathi .

to an undrawn balance of appropriation eighteen hundred and thirty-seven six thou- weight of half an ounce, or additional authorized to receive the same by .-an, instrument or tbrie-b ndiedtbs of a dollar, to be composed luhed.,
for the month' of r July. l last twelve thousand sand two hundred and twenty-eight dollars weight of less than half an ounce, shall be of wring dnjy executed under tb of three-fourths alive and one-fourth Approved, March 3,.1851tPcsuo ,- :
dollar: Provided That no clerk shall and twenty-eight cents. charged with an additional single postage. hand of General, and' copper, ,*nd'-tb weigh twelve grains and .- .
4 receive more tbaa at the rate of one thou- For payment to the Cherokee Nation the And all drop-letters or letters placed in any seal of the Post Office Department, shall on three-eighths'of a grain; that the said coin i ..-No,I J.1 '... .
sand dollars per afinum under this act except -. sum obeyeD hundred and twenty-four thou post office, not for transmission,' but for .de conviction thereof, be deemed guilty of felony shall bear such ;devices as shall be conspie-' .iN ACTaak IIIfar&M"
: one whose salary shall be sixteen bun sand six hundred and three dollars and thir livery only, shall be charged with postage and be punished by'a.fine, not exceeding busty different from those' of the ;other'sit .of tbe,Port Ooe Deuteat,b'i'g the
4red dollars per annum and four others ty-seven cents, and interest on the above at the rate of one cent each; and all letters five hundred dolar or. by !imprisonment vet eoinN and of the'gol& dollar,but havingthe 'year.nding th thiitivt Juw.eas
whose ptr diem pay shall be four dollars. sum at the rate of five per centum, per annum, shall hereafter be advertised' remaining not years, orby both inscription United States' of America, 'pigbt.bandied sad Ift'_. !!sad for" sbeVperi"' 'IF

For contingencies incident thereto, such from twelfth day f June eighteen hundred over or uncalled for,'in any- post. office, such fine &iprimnt and the, expenses and denomination and date and.that it Sett did by the&; r. f. .
,as printing binding rolls desks office furniture and thirty-eight until paid, shall be paid to shall be charged with one- cent in additionto of, procuring a all such pos shall be a !legal 'tender. in payment of debts Representatives ef j Vu ,Umttd I.tfJria
,and labor, five hundred dollars. them put of any money in ibe trelsury no the regular postage, both'to be accountedfor tage stamps nd as are for all'sons"of thirtr'cents and under; and America Cmgn>9veabled ''Tbt" .

WAX DEFAKTltEXT. otherwise appropriated. But no interest shall as other postages now are.' provided for'or leur..ennloP, :shall that no ingots'shall be,used for the coinageof following,snms_be, and.tmeare. .
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additional compensation to four watch. be paid! after the firsr.of April, eighteen.hnn-. Sec. 2.,And be it further enacted Thatall be? paid,after being adjusted by the 'auditoroftbe'Foit !! the'thiee' cent! _pie berein_ authorized, by,.appropnajel lor we sen.ce:CK u's'.., .
"men in the northwest Executive building, area ana niiy-one. II any portion 01 ,inc newspapers not exceeding three I'ounces OeDprtmnt or we eenineafeof of'which.the q alitfdifl rs more than five Office Department, for the year'eDdiat-
five. hundred and fortydollare. money is then left undrawn by the AId i in.weight sent from' the. office of publication ., ,U e mut put of.any thousandths"from ",the legal standard;and thirtieth of"June;one' thonsand eight"'
For .compensation of sujierintendent' ofTented Cherokees: Provided, however That the .to actual and 'bona' fide subscribers, money in tbelTreasury ry ,arisinj.from' ,the that,'readjusting! the weightof the said coin, dred'and Hfty-twe,1;oat Tttl 1J1 flr"1J'JIt. <
building corner of F and Seventeenth sum appropriated shall be in fuU.sati. shall charged with postage is follows,' to .Pos Office Department. ; the following ileiaiionsfrnni1.he' standard the Treasury arising from'the mr....;.

afreet, from first October,'eighteen hundred faction and a final settlement of all claims wit'All newspapers published weekly only, SE.4. And be it fuTtheTeflactdi '.Thatit. weight shall nollbe exteededTnamelyHbneihalf the'said Department, in eonfonni;* the ,
and fifty,:to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and:,r demands, whatsoever of the,Cherokee shall circulate in the mail free of postage shall be the duty?-of 'everyV05tmUt1t0cause of erain: .in"the' single'piece, and cite, act of the' second t>f July, eighteea lumcInII' .
and fifty-one at two hundred and fifty dollars Nation against the UniteJ States under any within the countywhere published and that to be defaced, in nuch manner as.the pennyweight' a thousand pieces; and and for.othet PWFo Tis I -
= per annum, 'one' hundred and eighty- treaty heretofore made with the Cherokees; the'postage on the regular number of a Postmaster General ahallilirect, all postage Approved, 'Warcb 1851; transportation of the malls incl t-':::
*. aeven'dollars and fifty cents. and the said Cherokee Nation shall, on' the newspaper published'weekly; for'my 'dis .stamps attached to'letters deposited "in. His -' the ee"iee'j. California and .Oregoa, ;': ,- "

.; For' compensation of four watchmen payment of said sum of money,execute and tance not exceeding fifty miles out of, the office for a'to: ,be' sent by;.mailj hBL c-N .14.] .millions four.hnndied an4 saTeflX'il ..*- ; .,y' .
; 'from firktof October'eighteen hundred 'and, deliver, to the United States a full and final county where published,,shall be five centsper and if 'ddint-r. sending letters in the AJf ACT maklnr ipproprUtionc tar the tap- and dollars, ,N ,- 4'.
. r discharge for all claims ', shall of the .Mil cademy.for.A.year of the mauH:in ,'two
'fifty, thirtieth June eighteen hundred and and demands whatsoever quarter; for any distance exceeding. fifty mail with ;.postage .attached port thousand efefctAudr : For transportation 4steamihirUn
thirtieth Jaae. one '
, on the United States for such 'three hundred stmp be the duty ending the N'w 'Yorkby'Sottlhmpiton 1
fiftv-one, fifteen hundred dollais. except miles, and not exceeding omit t deface the i d n4.fifty-two.' ; ;: ; i
:' ."' Fbreontibgent expenses of said building, annuities in money or specific articles, of miles ten cents'per quarteij Tor.aiir distance of postmaster to who such letters : and Jlouxof ,to'Bremen at one him(red fhnmnntdel, .
't..eJn'hundied and seventy dollars. property as the United States may be bound exceeding three hundred miles, and ,not .uI shall be. st fori'delnryto; 'deface 'the ,,Be it enacted.byiA'&na1e, lJaitJ'- .8lDJa::> :lars for each ship;*ond-the'urs ol wit
To:replace 'an','amount obtained from by any,treaty to pay to said Cherokee Nation I ceeding one thousand fifteen cents per quarter stamps postmastertothe' !. 1epruentativca f'ZJ&c assembled,' That the the oOeean ,Steam -Navigation' Cotnmny of'

'the Subsistence'Department, which'-was. 'applied : and, except also, such moneys and :for any distance exceeding one thousand Postmaster, Gfr And.,' (;?any America in Congress be;and the.same ;are\ hereby.pinopr :New York;aad for 'transportation by tw.tipnndcr'.theaimecontmetro'NeW*
i to the service of the Quartermaster's. lands if any, as the United States may,;bold miles'and not exceeding twfl ousand miles person'shall use o. .t use, -in-- prepayment -lowing saute out of in 4b*Tiea- .
anjaoiMry '
ill "Department last year,'and Is charge on the.: in trust for. said CLerokeer. 'And provided twenty cents per quarter 'for any ,
I <:appwpriat for the present year;two hnn- further, ,,That tbe money appropriated in this exceeuinr j two thousand'miles! and not ,ex-' been before used for'like 'ury-'flO,of.She 1diJltaryACacemy.,!for the !Ian each,'m..a4txa, to anance anexpended bale ,
item shall be paid in strict-conformity,with thousand mi1es' twenty-fire' such' support I' of fanner' ;tea t .t.- '
dred and l ntJ'-fii. thousand dollars. purposes persons sht".ubj.t ending the:thirtieth June one thoD' aC '-, ,' .. ,. ..
the :
For the amounts of drafts.-drawn;. tbe treaty with said Indians of sixth August, cents per quarter and for any di5t&flCCC1*, penahy of fifty dollars(o ; rear eiriithnndred aDd fifty-two i : .,It; d .r. '' : l .
eighteen hundred and ;. .cents in ib 'pftheUnitedStatee : : :ol ib.ms' '
forty-six. ceeding.jJotir; thousand. miles thirty' Uibeiacoy, ted > name 'For traM3Mjrtalioo
Vere the
PP.liedJD sert JMtW
of POCC.-of ,For_ ..reappropriation ot ,the, and, all published cOiUtOt, : Jar paT.ofoae the I &ffias thee P:4 '
following ot'M PanamaJe4Ve
quarter; newspapers .. : ,
yice of the ,Quartermasters Department in I per many. cnllturi cians.eighryr Teatlioasandfonrhu : ,
and mo
snms,(camed to the .,fide e ." '
bona "I
surplus fund t on the monthly, and sent'actual and uun- c1ol1ara.' z' ..
the Urt ,and have been pauL from the: ancLJhirtl4IX dollai*. .f -
.{ year thirtieth ited.11iatany..po5 ...;
June eighteen hundred ,and forty- sa1llCl' ; han be charged'ith ne.Toubthoforegoing '$1sc: 5.tyhtofiff. f" t WS" '.two IFO'ev .Jt iW
appropriations' the present .year;, t'-I I six, .and tha 'thirtieth 'Jose one thousand rates au4alI'sucb Al .Fgf'com Qi : _seSS,"1 .. .
.for.'l lion eiht
; rnewspa- dot '
hundred and sixty.foar thousand. one bun' hundred thousand-vra:::ha *&ana soty-three __ .."__ ''.. .. ..
t eight and :forty-seven under the NmI-mDnthJ1Bhalt'tJe charged office inany city ,. do1la r'- >
published f ;
dred and Seventeen dollars and three eentsT \ >) .L. 1 ..,,J'.s. f" : "
l lars. '*s '
Tosnpply '*: deficiency .accbnatbl l following heads : .with one.half the foregoing i ,'rate -and, where a.tewspapeT L1"I y or.dieer.1; ; Toxsdcan-; 1l- .- '
Fulfilling Irea cliWith the Kansas eight pqb. iib'ehemii yshjI;1J azg'eddou'ble : Wpube&e' ,& : < fortJ-4 -"eHa1.i,'7 .4u.ot.
eWmI Jet to be .. rgednnder, the bead I i papers died .an4.ais.;doll irovzde4Tlmi .
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f .
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thousand hundred treble ,
re' D seven and seven dollars those vrater Ui-weekly, newiPapei bfj18 41 .
44Je1' g, Indian ho .ble here .ba,1ieo f Ihejpay proaetordjarjration lb'J'1I'tl" ,
1-ilitJh"lo lu1aUPPl'fI8in'i'.", i and.twenty-one eeata.: ." those rates and ofterier than jri.weeld1.'fiftimesjboM i4euer, cU1tiOawiibiith .211'. ..t .
: : ? 'be t.f servants, Jieretofo <
I ; f. |honsaiuJ! [ ? Je- : : i81t _1' *.. f-
d 1a -- t : For/ftlfiiUnrtrcaliej! with the,\d ti rales."And there shall bfteharg-: 4eUviyOf1aUL4? '. eeind.\todei:1he ptovisjoasoirthe/art.or r
$.Ic H"iJ .', three hundred and .:fiftv-fivedollars. and;eacb obederidedby' the tgeneral, .; -; ':
'it < f., : '; -. ednm>nevery-rtherfew paper ; twetftneighbMn: "handred and twelve, ;ct ,. -'
'd ,t: ." ..oro : '.. .. ..\enty-eigbc eents jt. ; .Jj\ ? .-.' .? 1- circular not sealed handbill,;engravingnam-- 'u such, a\l bepreecnicd April ; f ., a,, t) "
LheemPn ;
I fo! additional #comnensation lto :lbVe. (e Support.Q( baek imlbs '&CT fo. Oea es, plet; ripdieal, magatUie"* ,*hook ;i4teyCr rtbQP 'e.O tll Ietf\.P t. < i.J. .

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l-.I for blinks: thirty-five thousand Collars..For t ; 4'aciMnt$ ( r'e '- Sbave' te 1IOn eab advent. of a.J. Spea 4

nail-locks, And leys, and stamps, Aq; ufiernra.rie.fxjf n5 tneview,oEtb'asfi'e ie'oca community iaIbkt. Clipper says : "5, -
the elbsiDglh9t tI SeIat taa. |flis rrioTs cannof imaSf'ta rt
: ttntbonsanddolla&For Towards : ."In shorn we 'IoIpaiuths 8o tiz4
mail depredations, and special agents, Monday ihe JB6unty<,Laiid b l ll te4e Iiveand fcroperty ti the people WTesaaT' '1'ebwtuepec is. Bpiywo.'y,'*? ,,w pPOre V Prws as a fire brand thrown into tbeto

V V V thirty-five thousand doiIaia.V d l in that ;i>bdyyasiai3ted>p th and itiV InWerent directions yon perceive the lcon at witnessing an edpaeVI* the moon.'i'be aevastate her fair UeWs and.30 kiadlrrife

2 V ;For clerks in the .office of postmasters, tin being on its final passajre. V Mr.i"6f They mns'fincl .occupation ixpenniefite.pt' Dr. Perr/bir.c( icited and bloodshe" :: ,;,- '
V V V four hundred and twenty-five thousand dolaneous z Wisconsin, and Mr: JEFFERSOX DAkv plunder -some, where-rit Js mpofsible for spires of three"vUlages'aituated tbefeon? 0giTing
ofrMissiwippsvawiled V tbemselvessofibnt.hour them ta keeplat ,peacer-and, WUd Cat. to

V VVF ?mfl Hems, eighty thousand to air their vocabularies a little at keep'his treaty .with Mexico, must lead the and beautyto the landscapewbile" been attracted' to-witness them. Any' at-'
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S 'fl&i' JV % "pkV. -< r* Ibe expense of the public irrteresls'and those Indians 1p plunder ana" murder in'this state. Teh tempi ohoar part to assign theory! for such ,uneasy as to the ,eflectSontherrt the.Conns 'oflh
the Rio, nan
.Mr. .WALKER had satisfied Wildcat bates tlie'people ,pf the Union, nor the East you,see '* Pnessupon thn.ve1f4re'an. bap..
.For mall-locks and of the onJBeb
new keys, twenty- poor eflects'as we have Wn'projjaeed ;
'fire thousand dollars. the country and the Senate of his opf- do'I thinkwithout a cause. The GovernorprMesicoJ tepea 'threadingJts way Jortolles untfl it w ; p'nessbf the South II 'j'lathe'Southern )

PoIihif poet routes six thousand dolrneenta' position to the bill, and knew; that a very'' giyesr her,Vn'ijed;Sutes a|hardr icbs'calaspectt.w5bI and blood like oorself,,would only involve Press hail i

V large mojority of the Senate was in its faMr.teWitKER hit, when he says he is compelled tb employ yainuck'cYfJheiaJ as in a greater maze'than nowjenvelopesnswy .
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V >Ji ----** 'r' > >* f-f
' I rpen n T>ogt V hflke11> V VV $brBoth: and -Mri Di is Wild Cation carry outlA *lr ety.whtch*wemadelo orUhe, ubjectf }Xfi & lA i&2r the flamif.o/ulicoajowtijnjf batru nnfor.

California, from: the >dafes .respectirelyl f knew that any remarks the hour at which protect them from ;heIndians'tV :,/The people are mostlyjapotecas,. walking canes ,enakesr b r es,,sweethearts, tunuelyffpr| tbeWwflrfckilylforthe eoontryir S
Jiritbeir'festablisment: ; : to the' thirtieib ofjuiip, hey,spoken would vbe; fatal .vto thejbilh but decidedly the best 'peoplejn thCjRepublic.Theyare ; be- editor whorn1eX! placed jto-charge ot'tt has *

V "wghteen hundred and ItV.onety-s'x heywould not permit the Senate lotatC'e FLORIDA REPUBLICAN, ; >ery respectful, always salute"yopilower and babef; irnagine'tbemselye W regaleditf & .

'. .thpui od. olarsor] ; so much thereof ni nay final vote upon it without the, usual exb'prUtions. V S VS V V and 'aa'rt''nd s lud dIromtbe lstnres;oi'deKcrons'' ,Strawberries, j feed'r ,cause.aupreehyJ1dtCfl.04zLwe5hate a?'

V -tIb ,necessary in addition to the commissions ,Mr. WALKER had -takenjal j lesson V. : 'JT'A C rest of 1'exco,. re enter&ll tee host l'irecpgnise In.;sjrarrgers t6eir wfespud paper -among. our.exchange which more.
.Allowed, from *Mr DAVIS- in.hiscourieon, | than any other abound wubbold] assertions-
by ,law'4Q postmastfr*; torbe xpended evidently VV --- V sisters ale Jtwalfc
-'get tipsypnAda'm' ,
and Harbor b1lahddeter. from he,4isgu'ting vices and bait.pftbe ; : }and impotent conclusions/ jhisSoothfra! .
at.4PUk office .in"Tuch proportions, he Riveii THIJRSDAYMA1fCJ127, ,> 1851fTEIICANTBPEC. 'tbeV '" f
nd tinder *Cca reflations, a. the-,-lbst'Atastef mined to apply;it to immediate use .In consequence order of Mexicans/'The-town con- dmn et'etnd 'still/twirl finger $ee.|Press., ,So.farfrom,kindling; ,ibftfliae of

V I General may direct, and to bejac- of the speeches pf these gentlemen ', S .. V ;; Wins'about '5,000'" souls;,'is,divtdedlnto sifeien darkness, 'comcr'and' gS, 'flurrj in coats of civil war, there is not fire tenongbtfa*tht

L j i*countedJ9cVas commisons.- j I In .opposition, the ..fill, which, passed Ihe We publish letter.with which'weiihaveco. \ barrios or parishes; each of'' ,wbrcb7iasits fire Jbecbme' lsiedj endure spme tery!hard I Southern Pres to light X tigar.'i. &

f /SEe, 2" And fce rt AirtAer enacted,'. Fhatp Senate by a vote of 37 to 10, ,was lost for V be nfavorel, addressed haiAmercaii f.fic1t chuich. andi.cnra.i. The parro'quiaJsa( jpmcn all. gai nstyt eir.wilT aud.alt tosubstantiate.Pytotogij 'There btayfiaye[ Been "eerfa/n"'fneenlia.riesf .
:I ,the Postmaster General taU be, and e is the want of time between Jhe iwo Houses ; baVurgeir'thV 'ibUshthi1fbSontlern
:-hereby, ..authorised to appoint letter carriers The main .object of ihebill, was fo give a Thuantepe4 tojiis fren4 n Mexi. very* pretry/churchj there, are a'half dozen'ther ; r-jj.'i' Ss -'i.-1*! : V- "***

. V 'for the_deliyery cf letters fbm any p
::"jfice.in.; Ca.ni'ornia'prxOrfporH and toallow Land law of the last session, so far as touched country through.whicB) the, proposed iRoadto.tbefPacific small and unpret'ending', "Theprincipal part astand. "Its ige iay MrWerry isec-,.above indicated, but.that many Of itacrgVnatbrs

V 'lhe'lettercarriers who,may,be V appnioted at the assig'riabiUyjCf !thejand.warrants issued istovpass. .'*; of the'tovi is vfell and ubstantually'built trtcity'but ho witcausetheoryweleaye operates _.. ; .Were'impelled 'by patrioticDotires, ,
,. onder.it. .In Ibis feature, it was substantially t 1i- 4r> <
any.such jiostr'pffice to. demand and :'receive 'sevejal treaties'"ratifietL the twe hatecvlry. confidence.. ,Among7lnosa
V_ : ,iucti sum for Vail letter?, or the houses being of one ; pur cqlumns opcn v -i vii&vi*t+, i.Jv f .
V 4 V other mailable flatter delivered by them, as in that act. So far as the .seive of Senate, allts late extra session, ijs, qn'e ne-, 'story, with icburt yards many of whlch to some indoctrinated, member of the 4> may .le. classed uch .menju oB Jrren iao)

YiVr rtcommended by' the postmaater .fo the two Houses of Congress .pbes, the hill gotiated.b\. our Minister to>:Mexico*\CoY- have "orange, pome'grahite, and cocoannt to explain. 'It"r may beran nnetplgriaS rc- ,1ortnwhosebjecre; set (ortV Whimwf -
' 'whose office 'Such' letter-carrier maybe op-V as it stands is an distinctly a declaratory,act. Lefhrult has'nt yetbee' publish l in '> : ""." ;'! "which V in HbV folio wirlgf'letterMr Aj.icwf J-'"
; in bem; There .are nurn,1from things-Are
trees ,twpsp5thieerbeantiful ;
if hadhen growing
llie *
dnot as '
live on assignability. ,
point exceeding cents for V" *id *"f + -
V every frill 'bit the following extract /rorn't'aTlt\ter\ ibreshohi pretty fulYy xrith the aSoVu ''w'riWra74tL <>
S letter, two cents for every newspaper, and enrolled and,signed by the PUKSIDENT. ; cocoannt andjOrange'groves be ,6f forbidden. S 'ti % *.* W, &' *>
two cents for every ounce of other mailable That provision passed the House by a two- in tile Journal of 'Cmmercegives sore deaofits in the lowe' which I know would) 'delight ground, beyond which: no mortal foot:can, the, >onthemitaccomiebing .F/esa.BMt. acceeded?*

matter; and,the, Postmaster General shall thirds vole at an early period of tLe session. sions.. 'Wecesume. it ,admits you much. Tehnantepec has suffered great treacbi'.It has at least afforded a rich''fund of t.TheItiter wjn reply tonqnirifsof'h

x"foTand he is he'reby/ authorized to empow- U passed the Senate by a vote pl.lbree to'03e also, upon terns, .the usi of: the ronlef to ly' the fasrsix monljiislirsrcamVjlhe merriment to VunebmmuVlty-'and although' 'constit03rifs'preliminary"iobe '
S the and Here' have *
er the special agents of the Post Office DeApartment on yeas nayi. we "
: in California and Oregon to appoint be judgement of the. two Houses of Con- other nations" as'in'tbNicaraguatreaij cholera?which,raged for some time,carrying there has'jfeen Inconsiderable? '"rppi&g" the approaching'' congresjiorial"cornpai' n an

: such letter-carriers in their districts gressonthe; construction a.law of its ':The Tehuaritepfc'"treaty"lately''made pffVatVesV! heightV'fiftya.day; Then-icame Drfhas :'graduated no,subjects.for* the In- Virginia, whether the "Press'' reflctitbeview

; V respectively, and to fix the rates of their fl. enactment; and though it varies frorn with'the ExecutivAranch of'the Mexican Melendez, wrth' his'Juchitecoq;"' 'I'hey burnt n natic'asYliim.: If "we had a' thousand:ar- $ of;M 3yISHINCTOS; V '
V compensation.'within the limits aforesaid, ;he construction that has been put upon itpy government, permitting:the construction, of j, 1 V '\ J85ll,
subject to. and until the final action t of the the Department of the Interior, we ap- the rail road arrosw the Isthmus, .granting some two ,hundred houses-in, 'the Vubrirns, guments -against the '?science"jit question, 'You "there is but; February 8,
rehend that it is for miles land on ea h, sidefor 'the and sacked of the I should the inn say one ground we art.u .
Postmaster Genera! thereon. And such appointments | perfectly competent seven of ; ,a portion town; ( cent tests'of.Dr.Peny ..courteous nbleiodefend'and<.wish to .be furnIshed
b 'may'be made, and rates of coinS that Department to review its opinion and purpose, an adapt'it to what we now know to have been with Mexicans in regard to :the use
pensation modified, from time to time, as :
suburb cane and ments which his practice /wcM for with Debg a
?;'-were n stly'buiit'.of' present charged patron; supporter;
V may be deemed expedient; and the rates of the IntentionCongress.. of the runt &c., will be ratified by the Sen-,
compensation may be fixed and graduated We quote from, the' circular of the Depirlment ate.. It will then be submitted for.'ratifica- thatched with palm leaf ) The consequence bid tis from nrginglhem and moreover,the andencourer of the' outhernPreu1cn4'yo

- < in respect to the distance of the place of delivery issued oil the 3J of October, 1850, lion to the Mexican Congress. There is is that the place is Ceserfed.by thousands of 'Mnfluence"'has taken socb a 0)4.upoa) the ak"Can'didoe* itin any* ; respect' &topreseiflyCUrVieW5'
;: *
from the post office for which such so much as relates to the point under consideration some doubt whethertthe' hitter 'body'"will' its inhabitants, some of whom' have fled to general confidence, that any thing of a counteracting I ofthatspapertnanyou"

carriers are appointed; but the rate of com : ratify it.' Some money'will be rneisted' upon -, the mountains', while /other and "among character might shock the dasi*- no..moreapprnvi or any'of my.friends, d6. 'It no more
pensation of any such letter-carrier shall The policy of this law in all its provis- for' the privilege thus granted. Mr.Polkoffered '* rand \ \ '
. S not be changed after his appointment, except 1 ion?, is to discourage speculation 1in, the a liberal sum for these privileges, these the principal inhabitants,, have taken we" forbear; ''The''Councifof; Salarnanca' represents my"views than it; Joes yoorl

by order of the Postmaster General: 'claims! of soldieis. The act provides 'that and then they'were refused, for reasons' slajtedj >refugein tbe city of Oaxaca, and the neigh had to cave'In' when Columbus stood an Sometime. in April, I tbinky, looting to" the dart cloud*fcaajntijc
and such letter-carrier shall be 'all sales, mortgages, letters of attorney, or but which have been ovei come." ; -
V Subject to boring towns of the Slate. It will be sometime egg on end the Legislature, FloriJa; not over 'and: impressed: with theiwJief that

V the the act provisions entitled of"An the act forty-first to change section the organization of Bother'the title instruments or claim to of any writing warrant going hereinbefore to affect- V ,Sev al engineering parties, it will be seen, before confidence is rejbredand; affairs long since knocked underoPijcology papers u-s here, of both parties, looked jnbrs-to.'

V V pf the Post Office Department, provided for; made or executed prior are engaged on the route-the chief,one, we esfume their, usual aspect. In the mean Jacksonville (i including' the Medical faculty! the surcew ; party than toil be preservation

and to provide more effectually for the settlement Mo the issue, shall be nnlljand void to all believe,' under the authority of our'government lime balls, and such'amusements as the people and the women) has followed,suit. In face of southern rights, in .which 'wer' .iin.volctd *

: of the accounts thereof, approved 'intents and purposes whatsoever; nor shall and directed by'officers detached from enjoy, are suspended.' W.hen-1; arrived of, such oddswe .are.prepared to surrender the rperpeluity'of the,Union;;*nitto
the ailditional fact tbat the A'flfJonnf'JEia a
second 'such certificate the land obtained ; ,
I July eighteen "hundred and or warrant, or
six; except in cases otherwise provided thirty-for thereby, be in anywise affected by, our army and naval service, in co-operation here I fo'und the sfreets 'leading to the main "ourhat." p Li blsh led l in this, city, and. devoted to abpllraV -

in this act. & or charged with, or subject to the payment with an American company formed to undertake ilabarricaded, and sentinels! posted at the 5' V )igIn, \ conducted, with"great talent

SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That I of.any debt or claim incurred by such pffieer the work about year ago.. corners 'of the street. A battalion of, the AT'L.ST and had a wide jcireula&m! both North aud

; In all cases of fine,penalty, forfeiture, or disability I or soldier prior to the issuing of the"pa The New Orleans Picayune publishes recent National, Guard,'numbering 250 men,,with HAMILTON'FISK, was elected on JLhV 19ih the South-felt that viewing,,these"things the establishment from
position they occupied)
or alleged liability for any sum or tent. V letters'from Mr, Trastour, another engineer small lancers/bad the rist..by.the.NewYork.Legislature, Senator
a body arrived pre of berey devoted to the expoaUonof
sums of "In his the issue contemplated a paper
by of other-
I money way damages or charged with f he' of thalsthTnus weekfrom' These with the ('rpm that State for .six7years 'from the 4th southern '
wistinderany provision of law relating 4 in4he >ody of the above recited clause yf'thelaw survey vious Oaxaca; .rightswould be/wisc-anJ'expe

V'k' to the Post Office Department, or the ofyficers is the,issues of,the patent.. Conse- Jehuautepec. lie -announces' the troops', already( under, arms' here, increased March irist. -Hotb"this accomplished dient'; that'it would nave'the effect check-,
business all sales transfers assignments of the harbors mentioned not stated but 'here have b 'enn.cavinikh li1 northern:'aggression, ;aiid Uniting the
operations thereof,, the quehlly discovery two : the force to six hundred men,under the'com- Is must, <
.Postmaster{ shall be and 'enc mbranc s soldiers' land claims, Sofith in defence her Constitutional rigbu.
and he is here the letter the Pacific side and "
on being mand of Col. Mun z. The battalion was ? ; or some .boJy.caught nap-r '
by, authorized to prescribe suCh generalrules made before the emanation of the patents, In common witb-ixty-tworotbers, I.recommendeJ -
commodious-one, called the Ventoza,situ. well uniformed and and under pIn'.. V V V the of such '
and mode or proceeding as shall to are void, and will be disregarded by disciplined, -. .. establisbjpent paper*
him; appear, expedient, for the government the Government. Speculators, therefore ated about' twelve miles couth "of the the immediate command Col., Nuiez-a I > We. appointed committee of- four to engage

of the auditor of the Post Office Department, I admonished that they can acquire no town of Tehnantepec, the other, called Salina good'soldier,fwho"fought i against and was The vo'ting-for U. S. Senator 'was r ,editors.-They'did so, onon their responsibility

in ascertaining the facts in each case in rights by'parchaee which will be recoguiz- Cruz, situated about two miles west of taken the late snmed the Massachusetts egislatur j brittle and as the'..Fequelcbas proTtn,
prisoner by our during
which it shall be certified.to hinv by such ed by this'Department." army 12th'when i two ballots were had with made an"unforunate 'selection. Many'of
Ventoza. Each Ts
auditor that the interests of the Department It'is obvious that the "issue7 contemplated described as having water war. They" brought with them a very good -8ixiy-th.reet.-io a' short time after tb.

probably require,tbe exercise of the power in the clause of the law cited, in the strictest of ample depth for vessels of all sizes, band, which, with the evening parade; of out an election-Snmner, the coalition can Southern'Press', got under way, condemned-

I conferred by this act: and upon the fccts construction, may apply as well to the "war and'as being well protected from storms. the battalion the plaza, was a great relief lidafe falling to 1887-4 votes short,;,'pf, an its course, 'and' .the. rtrcommendatloqpt 'the'
V being ascertained aforesaid rant" tb the Two-thirds of the A sixty-three members .was-'drpppel otherwise -,
as the said as "patent.1" Preference is given,.the former, because, election postponementwas'agreed.onill : ;
the of the A'week
to monotony tovcn. '
'auditor shall have power, with .,the written members of the House, three-fourths of while ago the 19tb and ,"there would ,have been an open .re.nunciation :.
deep enough, it is nut'as deep .as th* conference took .between the'Mexl- 'tbe.electjogjwa.g' then, .
consent of the Postmaster General, to mit the members of the Senate, have said tha a place by them .. __ 'y
.ig&te or rernit &tfch fine; ,. penalty, or lot they intended it to apply to the warrant, and latter. 'V cad ofiicio'and a cura of this place,"and the further postponed two weeks.' 'The"cba.itlon -. From the time the Committee of Thirteen

V feiture, remove such .disability, and to com not to the patent *3ps is the effect of their V An adequate harbour-having been found Juchitecos,' by which it,was understood that is despairing of Sumner and talk jofStephen'C. reported-say about the 8th or.lOlb of MairI

promise, release, and discharge such claims judgement as embodied in the bill that 'was on (be Pacifit,coast, the practicability of the the Juchitecos the of Melendez Phillips,' or rather than adjourn was an advocate for the series of;"adjusteneht -
I for such sum or sums of money and dam talked to 'death by Mr. WALKER and 'MrDAVIS. ( party ) was without measures," taken as a whole .with'
railroad.will the character will Geo.JJ.Briggs.
proposed depend on electing they, votefor .
r ages/on. such terms as the said auditor shall To us it seems that the interpretation surrender their arms to the Government, such favorable modificatons as might be"effected.

i deemj just' and expedient; and in all cases thus expressed by Congress is entitled to of the harbours on the Gulf side, and and in consideration therefor'were to receive My opinions were freely expressed

. .; where judgment shall have been obtained as 'much consideration as if it had not failed we are not advised whether a satisfactory a full pardon for their offences. The troops BENJAMIN F. WADE, designated ; I' labored .as muchasany; member
: "fora debt the Port Office by accident to become a law. harbour as a humble abilities
U, orda.magesdue can be secured. From soundings Congres?, according to my ,
then marched Juchitan. It
V V Department, and it fJiallsatisfactorily appear We are well aware that this interpretation taken by our naval officers'during the seems however "ralional freesoil Whig," has been elected 10 advance them, and felt asleep an Interest
by the return of execution or otherwise would very much augment the labors of the'Juchitecos fearing treachery on the U. S. Senator from Ohio, to fill the seat in their success.'r V

.. that such,judgment, or so much there the Department, already exceedingly oner with Mexico, it was certainly the opinion part of the Mexicans, did not, surrender all lately held by Tbos. Ewing., I( they had all come up In ,one "bilL/I

of as.remains unpaid, cannot be collected by pus: but we know also that the ability of of the Navy Department, that the Tehcan- the arms. Things were in'.this stale, when, should 'have-cheerfully; ..voted for' them.

due process of law, the said auditor shall be, the Secretary' of the Interior to despatch tepec project'was impracticable.TEIIUANTEPEC received 'from their friends "THE SOUTHERN PATRIOT" is the'name'of I voted for the Texas boundary and ,Nevr'

V and hels ,hereby authorized, with the written the business of his Department is only they intelligence a new paper edited and published at Greenville Mexico bill-for Utah, for the fugitive sbv
. *cansent of the Postmaster General, to equalled by his solicitude to despatch it in S January 25, 1851. in Oaxaca, that the Government had sent orders South Carolina bill, anJ! against California. Omi the bill

compromise such judgment, and accept, in such a manner fas will be satisfactorily to My,Dear Sir: I reached here from M'na- to'Col.'Munoz to'seize the'leaders of by Messrs.'B..FPcaRT for the abulttioa! : ,pf :the slave trade;jn the'Districtof
*atihctibn thereof, less than the amount of the people and C. J. ELFORD.-* The new-Journal isgot Columbia I did
titian on the lllh inst., in with the revolution, when they t took to the'mountains ; not yoteatall: ,
V .(uchj judgment: Provided, That the power In these speculations we give our own company up in handsome'style, its title' bemg emJeiJshed being at that tirne.co.flneit ,to my.room by
''conferred by.ths section shall not extend to views merely; and we have no reason to believe Major Barnard, U. S. Engineers, and Mews ,:with the greater part of the male pop with a pictorial view of 'the' indrsposilion.' As' a single .meafurrj1 as at'assedT

any case of fine, penalty, forfeiture, disabili"ly that the subject has been presented to Moro and Obussier. The Major is Chief ulation of Juchitan. This 'is the intelligence it is town I should bae'pte1ngaiustit.| ; I

i-.. 'alledged liability or claim which shall the Department in the light in which it has Engineer of the Tehnantepec Company we had from them yesterday I had wcere printed, and its editorial heading rejoiced i ,'and 'do,rejoice, at the success; of
SVV be Incurred, accrue,, or'arisc, subsequent to presented itself to our mind. How mod Mr. Mora is an Italian, and has been the hoped the affair was for.the'time settled, but ornamented with the American flag, 'on the "ctiinprpmise ''measures, aai.a whole.
the passsge, of this act; or to any judgment force there may be in the idea that the im- which are inscribed "truth" arid "patriotisn f 1 say the' peace'of the country requires, ia
of Senor and also his director now appears as far aLias ever from pacifi
agent ,
action of is '
obtained after, the passage thereof."Sec.,4. complete congress tantamount tr besides which'the first number 'c" contains the language of.the annual message of President
And be itj"urther enacted, That a legislative exposition of the original act, w< under the survey made by Garay in 1S42 cation. Last nightthe''Governor 'arrived, excellent FUlmore, that they should be regarded

..the Postmaster General is hereby authorized cannot undertake to say. We have not Mr. Obussier is a Belgian engineer, and became bringing with him two'prisoners from'Jujhi- likeness of the Hon. JOHN J; CRIT. as a'settlement: ;!-.of tesverfquctou.?

to,allow hereafter to the special agents of critically examined the language of the bill be for trial. TEKDEX, our esteemed Attorney >General. Novr sirVI havE *
connected with the route some /our/ tanj they are to, sent to axacaj given" "yoii 'niy opinions
the Post Office Department the annual salary and the act; it may be that its peculiar pbra The editors say that they start'with an edt and acts 'upon tile dangerous'questions 'of
S of sixtc'en hundred dollars: Provided That seology excludes the idea that the bill is interprelative years since, under the auspices of Manning., Sometime since, considerable property-,belonging tion of. two thousand,. and.thai list is last session* and it must have been'apparenttoniy .

V no more.shall be expended for this purpose, of the act. If this is nut the Mackintosh & Co., of Mexi o. Major B., to the American Company was taken tljeV friends if -they knew7\boTtonrseI

during the present year, than is already ap- case, aird tbe bill were designed to be, as i it having sent the Hydrographic party urderLieut. at Chivela; it is said here'that"the Juchitecos daily increasing. throughout the Southern have 'pursued, and :thC hostility"of'th '
w ropnated in this act. would seem, in effect, an explanatory act.Vwe States.' The Patriot is'the' f the '
..Temple to examine the mouth and took it, and.that one of the .prison- Southern Press"1, to 'them in the aggregate
1 .Approved, March zII 1851. cannot imagine any conclusive reaso SouthCarolina: ; and "detail! the' slave'
(even fugitive .bill )*
V the leader of the
lower ers
V against giving it this effect, although it fail' part of the river Coatzacoalcps, proceeded wan plundering expedition that, I could 'not aipro'e"oLits coursi' on-'
V el, from accident to' become 'law. The I ,-. To-day the Governorsent to know A friend :
Negro Banking- a Tehuantepee, ni have stated ,gravelling in Florida, says of the Ie3sIcoride-nned my'own. ,'
: Talking of Banks reminds me of the Negro purpose of Congress, in regard to it, is just After visiting the Pacific, and taking a'look if I as Americans Consul would certify mosquitoes "Let'a' mari' go to 'sleep with .Tbe.battery of, that pre *;has'been,V eon-

I V Bank once beard of in Virginia. Cato, as well all known its as if it had regularly passed at the small harbors of Ventoso and Saiina that this man.was ,the robber,,,and that he his head in a cast-iron kettle arid their bills stantly directed"wltb all its rarcasra,'ridicule,.

.Ii; V (an old negro who was noted for his cunf through stages. Cruz, he returned with !'Ir.' Obussier to had the reputation of a,,scoundrel in these will make a waterpotof it before morning.'* arid argument, 'against the"friends arid supporters
; ning,)V had succeeded in making his fellow.ervantsVin -Savannah! Aeiw. of 'tbe "adjustment' [measures.11'.
Letter from Texas- Wild.Cat.. Chivela all .of which .1 declined V ;
leagues this side of the town parts; doing, as
the neighboihood believe that Thafs only in cases where theVasy per"fpratiori They are tauntingly called subrnksibnist*,*
V We .make the following extract from a let of El Barrio which latter in the first place I said I knew '
t' tanking was a very profitable business. So ter lately received from a well known place' he has select nothing of the h.sadrepajs the &cV. '_ '
'1 V they concluded that they would throw all now a resident of Austin, Texas.It gentleman .- 'd as the present depot for tbe land par about it., ,In, the second might defeat, the operation. I remain'sir, 'ybnrs,'very trnl V

their change together and .start a bank, old has reference to a matter of some mysfe- ty.i The whole.force consists of about fifty claim! of 'the Company, for damages agains: FioRAiNo 1, is the name'bf the Division : _fJERE1IAHMORTON, ,

$ Cato the taking bank, care to whom to have all himself the sixpences constituted of ry, and of a good deal of interest to the pen- men,'and' is divided into three parties : let, the Government, by throwing the crime/'on of,Sons PfTflperen e JweyrWest The ? LAiD "Acr 'VK 'are k>rry 7lo

1;' V lall'the pie of that'State, to wit, the movements otbe Hydrograpfiic, under,Li an* individual and punishing him for the folinwu'ng'are the officers: G.W.Fritber,
t, darkies in the neighborhood were ut. Temple ; 2d, Wm learn that the till empower the holders of
chief w
Indian WILD CAT celebrated in *
Mnly-paid'over; And now said Cato "when- the Gebd'esic under MrV same and that'I'did not care to iimjsel1 J'J; Rvis"w.'A.'Onart; R Kind warrants to assign; them' after
annals of the Florida wan ; Williams f 3d, Epdesic, v ;' *_ *. S.'RClark' ) ,. A, .R.' & A Palterson ( passlbg
ebah niggar. borrow,'sixpence .out ob disfcanlc'to "Some time since- in one* of V my letters tc undej Mr. Avery. Jam thus particular, as up in their private[ quarrels, as I,would Have 5.; :F A.Brown, ,., Treasurer.; Herman, F the Senate) did not get through the Rouse.

buy bacca, he got to come irii'free you, I spoke ,of the Seminole Chief, Wjl L I know, you'wiirbe personally interested in enough to do without'doing so. Conductor.; ,E.,. Ware, AssistantrConductor, This is. :a most unfortunate 'occurrence.
1 weeks and in
i ;pay two sixpence, and in dis S tL5B. j n >< i Females holding 'anrantaespCciall'tboeeadvar.ed :
, V Cat. I then predictedthat he would, in a whatever tends ':. VYbur friend > Daley, K.'MarseIp.)
to the5 furtherance of .
sixi'ipnceiillafter ,
yrayyon-ete tbry sixpence bring ntidah be at the head of the tribes.o an : %y., 1. V V in years, as1 all} the'widows are
: a while all desc niggabs be undertaking h frt ) S 4 who are.entitle J to"Iand.for'tbe services"of
4 >m th'conquesiaf ,the
this 4JexanderPagterson
Indians Western Tbe.mail
a ..WllclUSisioliimwtjia in region. It is now from Florida and Savannah north ,Deputy Grand Worthy
; y. And upon obvious that.hIs influence is fast Increasing, countryby the Spaniards, has everJ>.en an was- robbed 'after' its Patriarch, for the-Cou.., their ubnds'iqtbe' war. of 1812) cannot
the from the
I ihtspnnciple .bank. departure lat ?
; went into operation, to fue.Pfhe flCW, Staten add Mlt
and, if be Jives .a few.yearshe will bejb object thefondest( hopes. 'Had Mexico The Key 'WeFtJSectipn'' No. l'QiZeI go e-upoa
Ri add Cato oil j
always Baking care that darJcy tertcity. tbel2th / lands. 'We.
: every mat Tho/bag was their understand that there was
. most formidable chief the United States, .,7 n peKanw'meet :
V J' should forkVover.according.to na been colonized by thanSpafnianlnieroceaniccprnmunicatiqn'woMld every Wednesday,wtaine '
the bank anybthercoiiiy
,.. \fules;. .But in the courts of time of ever met with. He .is'now.leading of!} from found ii the river near Wilmington, N C. at 7 o'clock,. ., V V a decZdeil 'ajorityi.echj1ousein' ; (avof
tome of jh'e tb.
ilh. lock-holders ihought *:smelt the, great Camanchee':. .4,000 of.tb. There, was found, among ,the .lettera{one ,, granting power ; cii/gn theiwarvrauts.
called on Cato,to .withdraw they theii capital a rat"sand young .warribrs,; with a large' portion of'th.Njminole bayer been, ppened. .cenluries' agp. It \vas eheckr Bank State'of;Georgia,-'No228 ,foi21i5I.jp The,man that, rides_ the\ nare-it i .]iitt.t'he1unforunato deonte that con.sioI .

fropxthe bank, when' the; following nation. He"has recently taken bfl one the-favorite objectsorCokeif'who" [ .. $ condition bn Merchants' said has'chailenged ihe'Telegrapn to'.trot
T Vt: fc: cpnversation on his way Mexico, 200 of.the'slaves' belonging good fit0ty ," prEc1uit4 ,itsiual approal.hythetha.jhibroug1i
.' took places between Cato and Jack: to the Seminoles. Alarcelus'Dura!, wisely foreseeingthe'advantages BankJ New yprkj payable'to order of/James miles beforeaUvagbri'- ;Thai(nay Jo"vety the euae ) uthaUguu ,
>r.Jackf-AYeilt Cato, we want to draw our which,would arise/frptri'th'ence/ find Ibal the wefl'bu bail not ttrbe to .act.
who is the for the Florida Gent un jPcolgi6t ,itappeat* npoa
agent Indians, ; one.: fort$50 Nor'I27, Ctcao'atowg eense Dr Pcrrg S
fr )
i money k; r busrnus.5. sent an express to the Governor, asking b-s completion of the gam e,was morally certain, for'Jane S.'Barnes*: cin.'beat. both and give-'em>tarji; %:-. the kmendmeuts' made by ther Senate j\sp the
4 aid,to arrest tbe slaves! on llxcirvayto Mexico selected' 1s. lands pn theifithmus.; V bill,,was luit Tbe! session was, aj short I
Aft '
Cato Did heah de ; : r letters 1 I'M. ,
you news | Among the onYfrom Robt.Hb.ersbarn' \ } -
and byibfs.. he pnean4rany' important ,bflJs'werenoacte&
,wrote m's the ,
V express him several of the ,
Jack- No what dat Cato Viceroys and .
t other UsrrIbIeTrag.dy
facts as stated.- The Governor has-no Span & 5'to ic Messnj. Joseph Br .inly & anon ty,both houses in'coasequenceof V
ftCato-Why,do bank broke last night or means to order out the militia,"and power sen lards of distinction endeavored to" Interest Co Baltiirnore, noiifyipgtthenj of draft jfo The dwelHng'bf Mr. CrbsJen,:wnttVesided its brief'dn'rationsl.Tha. 'next session*
V r! jJockVho care.what de bank'do. J tell gbvertimeht ih.behalf' ? ? near th* Georgetown Cross" Roads.a tf Kent will be when grial
V the express to'General Brooke, at'San'Anto"o. pf the worlc/ ,But as'enclosed 'in hQwcyer, a fongpn Ibf!
I .want shah of de $462,82, their Metiers Noi
foH my money. conhty, Maryland! was entered bnrthe'hlshtof of 6hebuudf ed and .
General 'that aA.yreUtMtba
VSV V -The said no affidavit'oCM the SpanishVgovernmenC with''thaj iityacres,
blind such draft is with >
Cato Welfbut I tell de bank brake; the letter. the 27tK"Fedruarytby
you fcoma'dembn'irtEnmat trust
aument'of t -will ,
facts was .presented to hinv'and that \varran ,w*
V a Jack-rl; not. talking tout data I, say jealonsy> which characterized coloni'i1p1icy shape who, ..
wjthoutfwarningor In the
tt of
bed Id not feel authorized to act'on a mere FJUOUID, APFOUTTMEaT'I. ecive ** .aanCUon Congi."s. .
: V bsrAe money? S V statement I wrote to Mr.' Dural the not only'refused to faith bunder- ent provocation, deliberately.shot Mr; Crbs, mena tiie these subjects must,'be"kept pe?"
V : agent, Among recent appointmentsbythe Presdentre >
,fc atO' Wby yoa.'cHssed fbol.'idontiyoa den dead.bn the i ; *
he had better come on here himself with affidavits .talcing, but alsp.preyMted'privatejfnterprjsefrom spot.' Nor satisfied "with /ore toe country..,,Ttie mote the,proposero
know, aat d notiee the ., '
>'wneo 5bank.brak de. following?$& bIoodyLdeed *hefnnfldy hisivttif11''v*'
V money of.the facts, and full authority from embarkiog in.the design. A deal ateratioasJathe (last'vea|are eurnnedh.mq *
a1Igonesetiu ,. : V'k good V :GV.ORGZ WAsini/6TbNjfo/ bed chamder i rMrs*Cfosdeh
; b ,Rejrlster'bfIA 'I+
e Izyick
;r Jack the: Seminole chiefs,' to 'demand 'the aid of of the '""old leaveri'1 ; poaIasylLt1ey ji-r
W Jl bnt debble'dVmpn. stilkex3i'whicInt'is
wliao.de !Land"Office at.'vicuVilflanf'H. *: A M 1 .1* iiOl *J 1office'haaex6ifetlVsa atthiimean&. delib relyboher S1iI( S
the tbese
military to slaves
I VS V recover sby.treaty .
V to".befhoped the'tompletiottpf'an'1 inter' 5iEthXton 'wh6s&'ierm"' f thirstbg forlbloodiherwugh"t foiiti th :
the United 'Slates -bound to'doTbe '* ;
jctq-pat'a..more fan,di ,niggah .knowi inclosed + are cot from the'"W- ceaiic communication .'(*be it* rail* or' plank*t -i T "*** -* -* f ,4T> sister of Air*; ,C: and'Shot: her Uhea1 ended ,, iND': $ U1i'r
4 All be know bout'it is, dat when white folks slips are stern vr>' .<>'-/---rwi-: -> ?sss. mv *
1Ie1Tady -shootlrig] tnVwrfrant unpg.iln > 'frjo> .te, exrMkja
5 Texan,'* 'publish ed.a'San' Antotilo roadjrtwill .entirely.workout am inS'Pwgwrj en vorthy ,ptthis ;f1 V 4iaekb1.cJc44emoney .alwav- lost and.i ig.h.baak'wabetterlthan on >; very ( eje of. whomiarfttdangerouslyfwrtjriJeai1 Pr t $ Aetll>otberJ>M a ppaieailflife
be: fifth of Deceuber.last.Atratn of the or
; any.betler
whue/olk8., ,. mucn pleased l 'with the country and'climate, apppinuainCbyJtb Gof numberb1.1 have ft inig c untor
. S Jack-VVell, whenebah die i Tatted[ States, which.went last.spring to d nt HA1.Jjfuircpuj'asJiOQ .. arrested
ngga gap El f/js/ ,w f'baif ; f onrtaI. acacommittaj in sajpicion4.- u ter5uJ4r(1r 4eceiudants.-r''hwU then
1 Paso; on tbe Rio Grande, has just return '0 _
baTjkijj/agia.. ,, IJ ; Jippo/dadebbll git hinjXjjj ed,4 and 'the .( an.elf. imaguje. llcprapanjjtjto eIni 5 'b aThl1crn4: t1ithevhoV
from Saltillo'
brings of
f S. & papers $ V V *' r ". :. *-' '' *--
j Ixoatin' h
I V 4ebankoakJack' .5, SVild Cat's treatyiWitb Mexico'Itis amus- .nothing but'Jtalyjhiliat. ap4 .Sft- uatiiier vice f M 7*& #. W8iieanrMarek \ --'

r r ng'and the nppoiritmehtspf "Wild Catras 'I 'am1 personailyJgnqFant of he epmmendii jwmself,by bein < 'i-. 4t'r'V.. 'V %
S berry sorry.JXlf 4 of tbe though ,)(as I a good,conUtali6ni Sib,'state lbs"Brftuihii&takin '1Lte1iwJit' Albany VsvhiIhe
rich in
.7 ***'- ;*' -TT' "i.f1?r--. l'l a" tifiV Justice The tacem >Mexican'juispradehce know:thit. coafttry from,books of travel and ntott\rtVhivofithe'rishtain ; p esbiteThat untrbes1n1aiao Insured,' \fio that di.h.: 'V
ljfcj" onlyobjectIn v- n l* ,- -'JL '" "' '* it V. '
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my opioon .v4 : '
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left the -*tbAtWild acquaintances.! The scenery is rerybeao- horities gating givenopeverythingrul| {hit hart npmethin"to live on,aodnot b.'dpeJ
in l has rfeniihl ihat be has 'Cat has i&golnto"Mexlcii ,, County a of
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I : for that f fi sto, .have the protection of o atGovern { uful; from rth s innu: of m Cfrro de 2s4shdDa.; ol'ttZtitsh'O'terp.#K ""r --. *t '
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UlAt ., Tbn t.t more.Ameri .1111 tiftiM.lth e l: .i i-e 1Jt{ ; i ck bid prior 1*the 4,41111I7 a.with. -

nttA1X .3h. I. fapure,t>f Several OTDO' riant measures to vti] :: .. FJ ... ;' az-.1J' IF-Cook.nugatlj>moi>e ftwe k. W5 5y J. 'at least two *aoj 4Y1 1IUIIciC sureties, t.pea- = ..1'erl. -
:: ** > ar; J' form Uatl* '. .
i. T'fend yoo_**speei-, ceive dcdeTiti: u a1 jiehands of ibe ." ., 'i : *** .-, ; f lY" 11 .:' 4
rNlJt' ; ;; "lliWi' .; ; t. way nirpftbe ; 1. :'and tDate4' IS \. teWCKffiS ST"
teen of siA"jfc.a;.,in a prepared state, present Congress,*'adds".the Jollowin.saggestiretemarkst .f _. of 'r. J .F" t'. .f .tf, ./- tlaj Urns,h Uaiaawuat.itTtiikhr .'

specimen i&tlie'prodact: of ttro larva '- **j* .,* -* i" "?"It''t.. '." "'''i.i-' fr 'i' tW U" i '. N4 "J.oto .u,., ,'{ .'be <..a.nmpett ." .sa4 -
.dfllltt1M ,' -> 'J,'WlTfIm"l"e (wl%vnl wgvlii
The plant from _'bei wrlbe"wfxl Corigiess shall assemble }. '1
two ounees. ; > ips tbe
' Caigbs 1I4bM far reees'let
p' :
duty ol th >straastw General t all Mars kttinnof '--.X-1..U.. 'fl dt card- tU" #' '
wb 1kR r fakeh uu a hundred uponi'bs at the Beat of Government new.House ,eoatraobJu.the traneportati0n. f.themalV : a'--nezLWdneay.' "'t- t. ,fiet that bo is well acquaiated with Uw gmaimntonabovonaaieHandtheV -25. row l 8i 14L 4S.4T' t.

beei Krowing.three year MuchjeiluthIemjruIost Bepreaeotalives will ,na",donbt reflect,initsnspeetsomeolthe t;kt the,.e,,in every. ft *o iJaa lowest I'; tf i'rcpcsth.It eommaee a&w--.szls. property..,sad that,they, not to r.q'certify tbeswftcfcij- ...11IIIIr'
the roriehButttoefi& bidder tenderio suffjea$ $ for faIthfu1 itd.1-s.' 8U.l .. arelsnffieie t aa4 abl ske ; yvaranlorft on -
. by 'dmngiltlt'cbuacteri ; guarsatses 4 Jj. goad thcIrgar4j -ntiet witkoat,ka.wki ) tioV r
Irfor Ine*, wiifewt othw itferenca<. tiemode a&12 111.ftek Send.ay -, -"- -- ( an jUittM / <:, !
the j .
whichn gotten Dt.he tics of "timoj;, :S"mcethe members' the such EIl.FlOIag <. ted5:1: .. '. ,. adeit1ltretp'DlibiIif1I' WcIIIe't uciBi-
sot traasporUtioB than' be .4o .Jm ,
lecvct HJui. lbn '*eetion .: ;country. ,*VjllywMt present lI D"ei Jeered the'country Jbaspne provide lot tho*.doe eekrity,may oartainty neeesary,*nd.neve .T.J2 inseat..We4sy; f 5i'*. f', .j .. .. >. ,(SIgI4JZlsU5' ; ._.. I,. taN _
e :... a fausiaueIatlel.or4alorinth.
Bfxm .n .t'emg et more than' n through a, period of. transition the evidences : rity of such transportation; nor eMil any,.B w' t .1:=b "-- f .'ttrr-t T f tbescrricelorn .z 0

oflfece each. when :cloned//with a properMacbine. of, which must"become, moreand contractor hereafter-be resetnd to purchase;.*% ..2WedA .faiJ 10 tINsTaUC'r1oNSss, ;;. ,O p.akm-,. Jf Ie 'IJ -5
when proporfron the or take at a valuation, stock cr,rehitle*. of any 12.nexb&tirdsy.; : l .;'.;t .t ",. -- 'Jl''J''d' 2&Tb l'
more Iae1ri1I
: The in..thisl' as political raurtam tba
-plant : previous contractor for the sasftarsats-f* : : i aI2.i.711, JD._ : 1" .b-eabdaIPy1a .
futtrrown traduces fijrtn 100 to 160 leaves. elemenls_acquire consistentyandtoherence! ,' : tJa lddert.wiUbe cartfultsrwtd-U turin&mt, Tdf1lL1. :5k j iJt "tjd fa ihefr dif 't, lathe*berttsf..JII ti le.1)scsrtaant-en.s$. .

The gentleman to whom I am indebted .A.great..Union! party.. bJBxirig:}iW\roots in ,' instructions appended to ic1Y'rWemen'-- J' .111.12 nnezt .t 1.' peven.jmnutea* 03n? *t*! WWv:* > 'anI.r: Instiactkfl-n4 reet, In thein

thi" produced it on one of the the ground and ,against titttbeldiscordahi'hosts are requested sttaInthrOpOsaJI, the .A.Dd haek between8, auuday,and p,m3M S are l,fcr.opening aadclosing oDclitMr..1t..1I1 tP i
S for lecimen mode which "' neltday. | the mail*at all Beet wbcrt a e particular and(teaabaatui lietfl.eatinstea w._. !
by they ten&to tfea.mail, .
of,sedition sectionalism and fanatical convey '" ', tiae is '
a1 .di bt dtodellvertktaan
frrom"Ker specified .
( =- steamboat _
j a'ranrOadTaad
*feto *
1 .Jweni1eS ;where the sixe and weight, f the ZBaHs,, or!'the ,from Tallahawee .t7,am, MS often aft _
T'\ : lri-weekry,3Ioa !
rouU their ends
.. tie IS'piantlrig"the'bemfi' largely I furysare. combining. .The future has:interesting : speed called'for in tin schedules:shall' r qwire.it: ;& .ucI.FridUJ i*to be no more delay than ianoccssaryt tfiUw-ro te*and iatoaji the |ot oftW ;
: 3 ;:; ddiv eandreeer MtBoro.
of the fibre clean3dj deveJopenrients io some' of i the contracts will bo made for steamboat : : -, .' ) ; ; the tIec'I't.. dpt1Ntlrfro1a the. raHradot- ;
stpre coach ,.
.04_about 150 pounds : "
which "AndbadtbatwaeaJiuuaud ;'* i' 1 2..rhe man 1*to be conveyed laeefevene.topassengers .:. ;*&*/- ': -.. .t- 1
** for this is the next two .year&inaybring; pretty ,! or railroad conveyance as Unease maybe; aDc1CODJequntJy P..Pteos&is -. :4E
;;, 'His only implement purpose '. to 4.' -+" and to their-.entire exclusion, IT Its -S ; ;.l'crt Ceuarp.
(i is be fully tfr lig"ht. :' ". *, ,.neh. Oate.1riI1'be let to bids proposing -- to extend Newport invitocU weight and bulk .rod 0St. Tt-t h. ,
knife which to presumed remtiett. '.
avcnrrtefa .- inch mode of ;' ';Ia all other 3530 Fnna TaUakassoe 7'*a iri-weckly Mon ,. ? "P"" 1J8G.:1 .' ...s' .
.: Si J.
hand he .s18 : i HVH HHMM H fl i conveyance. ; > Post offiee blflka,nail bags and-the specialagents IS'
-h wields with a practiced AS the will :.Ida day_XTednesday "
; nates be to Friday l6i. "
j eases assigned ; :
the S
oT Department the exhibition of :_ _-i 't1
tanner'b?occupation. ,. Department has, agarn decided againstthe ing the cheapest"mod of tzaaportUQA.q:| .i. i 'TeewportbypmJ9mileAn4botw,2pa,7pm.,;' ; ,'oa .-: : : '. ;
.*' that the planters assignabilityj! i of,Land Warrants_ *., tO'"RaUro3i.cOmpanIu! ;are.specially,notiettthattbeirieguls.r .,_ theircnsdentlals.* 'are tolw conveyed without far I W:s'B ;ip '.M &: ,.: I I,8
It i** great jnty. Florida .. 3331 From Tallahassee 7.al therharj ;on mail lines admitting of ach con ., ;. ., ..alter, "
-- -- bids to be understood at twaee a"weelt '- ZbflL
f are asin-
tahonld neglect;eo '''ralnahle' product. as I d'"'. i eluding the supply of each office en' the line,of St1bdaysndWedaedayV -*..". "- -, veyance.Mad. >* _et, -5. .r tft ,. Ar :L4 WiS1c30LNTI1LJ 1
.CAn : : ,4. &steXllt-Tare io be wittontcharge
certain the Si al Hemp could not fall to ., By, conveyed
their of m04 "S'lUikwnahriVrryStockton. .
am 1J. 1- respective roads,not over a quarter a Moiety on the :, JEABT JLO1
prove itself. In baste vours* truly, '{sonn.Li, fci.,}'J 1. 25, 1851.Te .* from a debpl. ,Separate proposals forces more HaD/TaloIa'Madison. 11, Coianipus, 1ine.,'wbeN the principal site of the railroad snails and and the tea number* boat 4. '. \t

S. F. JONES.n4 \ the undersigned, baring just-Attended*: than a quarter of a mile.off will be considered.:' Mineral Springsand LLttle1tivetW of the offices will require their employment by tb* j Jlifn't1lat. \7' ,

.I' course of private Lecture given'b Br:'Ttfk. A. To AlHrator by 12 m next days 122 mn ;, Department;.and.OB that case,a separate apartment Hon.\f.B.: LW-. Sayaaaaa' i
PROPOSALS for carrying the,.mails of the And baekrbetwetntho 'arrival of Jacksonville ,for the exclusive use of the Department and March m..iI : : :JtT"Dissolution. .-," .. ..
PiuLay the Science"Electrical !
.RiF.1uu-ne &! sent Q8 by Doctor ,on PsycboIogftake1easure from the 1st of July,' 1851, ''s. man*, tay at 6 p n Monday and. agent, for the assorting and safe-kecpintj'.r lbs S -. i'- -5 -_ f' J

3orfe is' "lighter in color in offerins him this testimonial four to the 30th of June, 1S35,!' inclusive,,in-Florida,; Tbnnday and JO p ra nzt'ayi.4 ht mail is Ubr provided',by the',contractor,'under ... .. ,
jwrbapMashade firm belief itt truth. The experiments performed will be received at the contract office of the!'Post rJEWosalsto embrace White Sprinrrila flee: the direction of the men''l' rrUIE HB3t tf Kia k Srmveh1- ,a
.(ban the Mexican Sisal and presents, the citiseni haTe Office Department; in the city of WaehingWa.until .riLiWeB. win b.;lOI.al o;' : 6; In all coae there M to be a forfeiture the JL dtsdred mutual consent.,"An 7.
him numbers of
ame' glossy and silky a rp.: It tlrikesis by on. 'our 10 a m of the lat of April;18S1;(to be decided for supplying UnJ. River,in such ease oncea pay fthe trip-when tbe trip isfeot run} indeX, wilt auk y paymentto 3fI.0iII$4 personaindebted

that the.fibre is somewhat coarser, but been truly marvelous,and could not fail to impress; by the 19th day of April,) on'the route*:.and- 3332 From week frbm AVhiU Spriogs 'I aot more than three! pme th*> pay of the trip IV .: .b1.JU,' "' .li" SS

ibis be owing to primitive manner the ninUs of those who wttnested them with won- in the manner and time herein vppcified,viz?_ Tallahassee at 6 a m twice a week,, when tbetrip i*not run,and ao sot&eieotexcuse .WALTER SrEPuEs 9,1 .

IK which may It'&s dressed: The' length' of tier and a m tcnrt-nt: \T take great pleasure iarecommendliis'DI ., ,.FLORIDA., "i .nkeeutfSO:dFridanVrJ&1erta: M.tLU1ToMonUeefloby6pm36inilei 1' o for.rourtIt.the Tailure part is of furnished It when the a forfeiture running of or at arrival least Jaek ftKTbe.nvine/rTa tboaiats*:will March.bereafl.rb..eued.et.nth, 1.L. ..-4l (r-

fibre is a little DIIWa.rdsoffol&feet, and the 'PKBit.T-.AS fuHjr.cqp t >t la' 1501; From Augustine at 2 ft m "once a',_week,' ; ;' k a. fsriebIudtim.aato'.tote the connexion by the esb.etiLvr'a.Clbi Store. LsmW. onsI.d''

jrtrength.of it cannot well he surpassed.. .No impartinstrucU nin&icicncewith which be is' WednesdayT" ,'- -'". i* '--; 3533-'--.m'T--bapk"between--.-... .,6 a. in and 6 pmnextdafJ with depending mail;and a forfeiture of a.do* bylucl Jt'fit paM u. '_ ,"y & .t ELr-- -. -
will ufler his attention to be diverted perfectly conrenant, and which tm bat'i*IM familiar Br JselimnviltEsnd, CirkUnd;,. t ., : -g..a-A'.etlr. proportion of it when a grade Mrviee Islufenono.t "
body f To St. Mary's by 32 m next day, 90 miles;\: Titttday n : & lUy \ ''ot.la the contract.These forfeiture J stR cefved : :,. :

from cotton growing, when prices range tnaakind generally- in'order to,be. follyappreciated. And back between. 1 p Thursday, tad 11 Centrerule, Mannington- and Dunecns- may be increased into penalties higher amount, S ".. !.
IE1t'itrgVaifI &ail IM''ub
ft 'yille Ga. ; .'
thirteen cents but \re.are disposed ,- ; ; : .- jr 4: the &t
from nine to _pm next day- .: ; ? : according to Bator ireqaeney f of e-.ran. :: ,'I! O1tYJ.. .t 4Si'' s-4 z.\ -
to think that the time may come when II D UoLtAXD M I) FEED C BABEETTCHVRLE Proposals for semi-weekly service arelnvited. .ToThomwWea.hy7pmI0mhl And back between ,,;; lire and the importance of the maiL' ,_ 1 haIea Eastern IJay. . i.. .
the production of Sisal 1 Hemp will receive a BTENE M D GEl F SKIFF 3302 From St. Angnstine'at .21.2Q, m,twiee, ft 3534 From Tallahassee at a 3 mUtt 7'p Monday* 5, Fines ,will.be imposed unless the Jclmqne'wy ,li031.Briw. --i, 'P""f" -
atter.lion inYlorida.! There is I) C ASBLKi: M D J HlCKMAX week Monday, and Thursday. day; m tri-weekly.Mon-' ;t be satisfactorily;explained in due tim,for failing 5'i_ m-m t m m1"1d. -
deal of Wednesday-sndFriday-- ,
good T 0 HOLXEWx PDwmJ To Pioolata by 71-2B m, 18 miles'And ; _, *. f' to take from,'Or deliver at, apwt office,the mail; ,3tdottnfm"r540.t..
no section of the State where it cannot be McKoBF.ET BAKEK WALLET) \V AD. back between arrival Savannah. mail. By To Salubrity and Ga.Qnincyf 2 or any part of itt for suflerin-it-tobewet, in 'JfiJ.o BR )(.Baeose. &,
Bainbridge .
with little! cul-1 7 ft m and 12 m. ; ; by p m,46 miles; ,jured,.,lost .or.
produced abundantly, very S D TERIAVDCZ J C DEITEE say And back between m 1 uotday Thursday destroyed. ; ,conveyingit it4.ia aplace'or '.d: ;-t. _. 5'J." lLMel)1flJr! ? i iSaTaDD'aJi
S BrFitBToi CHARLES TAVLOK.M 3503 From St. Augustine. twice month. ,in steamboats 41 manner that exposes it to depredation _
ture. -- 0 'and Saturday a m next '
.. days. lots or injury for refusing after demand i
; ; to-con
with much PaJafka Ste
Is it not surprising that a ro Proposals for 3 additional weekly nips,ara. ,
Indian Lneia mail
AUKC.TS.LIVEHPOOI. By Smyrna River, San ,Jup- vey a by any coach railroad ear,or steamboat >
better fibre at hand capable of being- produced iter, Miami, Key Largo, Indian Key;Key isritcd. which the contractor regularly-.runs on th --S 9
the bear West Chariotto'Harbol',Sarasota Tampa, 3535 From Tallahassee at6 a m 'once a .week., route beyond the specific number of the, .
in any qua.ntilwitb grassrowing ., March 1, Idol.-The Cotton market ,v trips in .
Friday. -
Cedar Keys, St.-]Marks Apalachicola' v contract,said for not arriving at the time set and "
wild ourwads. producing a ;
The yevtmi
in '
stand oorFm.'PacLt
was firm. Holders hare taken a firm St. By Benhaden, Shell Point, and Pawtoxet .
Josephs and Andrews for
: ; setting nor running an to transmit
fibre of very little inferior quality, we should against any farther decline, and they are keeping To Pen Cla; ,To Sopchoppy by Sp m, 45 miles;,' commercial intelligence advance express oCt mail a '# 31 A'o 1S1 A;. ..t'nt

rtill year after year, send to India to Scotland back for a more favorable torn The latest advices ,And back between .Jim back between. 6 a m and 8pm. Thursday penalty will be exacted equal to a quarter Py will Ttsurae her;trlp.,1! b.J.aYmcl..t'.y
and wbere-not, for our cotton bagging Separate proposals for section of the above ; -. 7; The Postmaster General may annul,the '".the.27th inst*and wil1--leavePsJaaj.
-Florida Sentinel.ROMASCT. from America, giving confirmation of the previous .route will be considered. Bids to specify a 3536 From Newport at 6 a m once a week, Thurs contract for repeated failures; for violating-the on $akurday,and Jacksonville on 5ai.rd y.'. ,

estimate of stock, caused a favorable turn for tellers schedule of arrivals and departures Or day;. < C ?-1.aukeenab post office laws; for disobeying instructions ing tbtrcafter,cvatiauiiig to .leave 'regularly. ivsTI

tookplace and a good demand ( both for the 3304 From Jacksonville at6 a m once a week, By \\ 'r,. _-v" ".*c-s.* '> of the Department; for,refusing to discharge a we-k 4'1 !. tifI .
REAL LIFE. A scene prong up To Menticcllo 6
IN by p a, 32 miles, the Forfivight costV
Monday ; carrier when.required by Department; fur assigning or paswigcy having superior a
one evening in the Camp Ei\'!es, almost !- trade and speculators. This increased,the aetir- To Haddock'" by 12 m, 20 miles; And' back' between- 6"a III S .and 6. pm- Wednesday. the contract without the consent of the \"apply onboard*_to Ute An tai .

- unrivalled: in the annals of Romance. ity, which was responded to in'Manchester. and And back between I p m and 7 p m. 2537 From. at 4 after : I Postmaster General,or.for. .setting... up or runningan ,FEUXAN S -- DEZ S. -BIS. .., I.kCO._:: Wi t .
in 3505 From Jacksonville twice a week, Sundaysand Qniney p m; -or arrival of as aforesaidK. : -J w..'; t ,
The teuor Borsari, who has had a most the week closed wifh lit advance good ordinary express .
mail from .
and in Italy in particular to middling fair qualities of American, and id ad Wednesdays, after Arrival of Steamboat Bainbndge, ;- once a week, Tuesday .Tbe Postmaster.General may alter tbe con, .t GEO C7f) )LET, a..R..K.tE1UkCO. \ ;
magnificent success vance on other kinds, The week.rocd with.an say at 10 p m j ; ;, S > tracts.and alter the schedule he allowing a pro .; ,PalatU.-. '. j

has taken aJvantage of a conge to visit appearance of firmness and eonfidenee?' Fair Up* Br Brandy Branch,. Barber's'and Ocean Apalaclucola miles ._, by 10 p m. next.days,;,70 rata increase of compensation twithin the restrictions'impowd ... '... cot... ..,.B",iek-CreekFcl -. ; i.
Paris.-He was walling under the trees in lands are juote.l at 7Jd. fair Mobil 71d, and fanf Pond ; Andbadbetweeilsm; l' by law, for the; additional ,err1escqnirel ..' -54' '.lm"' i
the Camp Elysees near'the Seine, when he Orleans 7d. The sales of the week amount to To Alligator by 4pm dent dnv 70 miles; Saturday-. ,-and9ainneitdays. or for JLncrcaMd. apced,if the employment -: -S _- 5- :
39,400 bales. And back between p m Mondays and ; ; of additional stock or;carriers'is rendered S ,Notice, 1 ;- .t !
caught sight of an old man, neatly dresseJ, '- Thursday and 7 a m next days. f Proposals 'semi-weekly:and tri-wcekly necessary; but the contractor nurv in each -case, PERSONS Indebted' the cstato.. I

drugging forth from an old fiddle some faint EW You, March IS 5 P. M. 3506 From Pilatka.at 1 p in twice a week, Mondays service will he considered" relinquish the.contract, on timely notice,.if be ALT.. Child, deoeasedJ late uf.-iiiw > !
3538 From'
rounds: to which none listened. Borsari has the and Thursdays; '. Qoincy' at, 12 m ones week_ -,,,Wednesday '.5To.c1udoby3pm,9milesr prefers it.to the change* The:.Postmaster General Florida, are requested to'make immediate pay i t
The Cotton market been active
started, struck his forehead to collect his bales.to-day, Bv Orange,Springs Orange Lake. Orala ; may annul the'contract of curtail the service meat ami.all persons'having.claims again the l 1
Ud. rushed sales amounting to four thousand Prices Camp; bard Homraosassa,and Spring Hill; and pay when he wishes tojlL and then the
tbonghti, leaving es, are unchanged. To Tampa by 10 p m next Wednesdays and. And tack bc&weentlam and J1'a ID. service, iu whole or fn part J;or place a higher or in the time bv-law : f
up to the poor muician : | i Saturdays 159 miles ; 3539 From Quiney after arrival of mail from different grade service on the route be*iiowing BOB1aTkCmLVEZ'r- :

kLcco mi, it** me,' Slid be in a ragingtoice. :XE\ Yor-s, March 19.-Cotton advanced' 1-8 And back between 2 a.m Monday!and Thnr; BalLbrid5Uy ,atpm twice.*&, ''Week. one ntonUT extra pay,ou the amount. ,dispensed, Fe1a:27185t.Q S S .*-/1' I
cent to-dav with sales of 2,500 hales Sales of Tuesday and Saturday : S S >
days and, 10 p' m next Wednesdays and ; iTo with.9.'The. ''I I ----l ; I
K ice have been made at 3} and 39-16. Spirits Chataboochee by 12 p m,21 miku 'will made'through drafts !
Saturdays. payments
: .In \
The old man raised his head in astonish Tnnxtitinc 36; Rosin lower sale 2,500. Ncwbern- 3507 From Pilatka at 5 a m twice a week, Sundays And luck, between 2 a m and 1 a m Wednesdays on post offices or otherwise 'after expiration uyalCinu1t.Ccnut.L- .
$115.. and 4pm and 9pm Sundays.' INClldJVCElYfW4. ;:
and Thursdays; Of each qlllsal..in February. ,May, August .
; ,
ment.Don't 3540 From Chatahoochee at a a m twice a week E1iziteth Jane BaI1.. ) !
recognize me, Gacomo T By 'Madisoncoro' Xewnansville; and EDii- and November. 4 S :<: .-
you OBITUARY. ,Sunday and.Wednesday, from 15th of October 10..The distances ,y*. p .DiyoKCS.Jame.Bl .i
rifle are given
Borsari your pupil i, he to whom lOU ; to according the ? -S '**''
am 15lh,f Jane of each and at 7 3 :
DIED suddenly. in Jacksonville, on the.22nd. To Alligator by 9 p m next days 90 miles; year best information; but no increased,.,-wm be -5-
cipened up the musical career, he who owes (whither he had recently removed) GEORGE And back betwcen-4 p m Mondays and Thursdays a m once week, Sunday,from I3tb of J one allowed should:they prove Lobo'greater jban i ia ITT smearing to tt'tne-Court by'affidavit mad*b '

to you bit reputation and his fortune.' FLTIMMIN'G, Esq a nativo .>f St. Angostine, and 12 m next Wednesdays and Sat. to lath of October;, 5 advertised if the places are correctly named. T A tnis case-that the Defendant Jasa.Ball re* -
BvOchecsee,BIoUDtstown-.1tiekoe'. mid n-"T1Je.POItmaater'C..eDeraU. side out of the State Florida,and ia tit*Stat_
'BorsariT said the violinist. 'Ah! nowI Fla., at the age of-17years. The deceased was urdays. M lola. and Fort Gadsea : prohibited"by
I generate proposals for each.part of this route ; > law from knowingly making coutraetr for'the orc .: '. .
remember. You have fulfilled my predic- for many years engaged in plaatin; at Flemming'a To ; ifi eta
Apalachicotaby:1i ,am Monday and It or-iW" .
Kewnansville of the mail with Ja urrfrf'rlr"Il1Lf'
invited. transportation
at ,
Island, in this .unty,-and was widely known dividing any person
tions: hare collected gold and fame. I c Tbsrsday, 15ib October to 15th of June, BOlof 11a4'd ;
you in this of the State. 3503 From Pilatka, at 7 a m once a week, Tuesday shall nave entered into any combination, or.pro ehargejiasaid Compline'
am pleased at this in the midst of my misfortune portu n ; and by 6 a Tuesday,residue of year. 130 posed to enter;into any combination rto'.wen'be eXpiration of three montl**<" the dateof tU '
miles; of bid for Order JVor cb V'P-*.'*n r.r thu order WnuUkbed ;
.' By Volnsia, Fort Butler, and Enterprise ; making any a mail contract by any : '
I Arrivals nt the Jacksonville And back between 10 and lbs towm
Hotel. ,Monday
To Mellonrille.by 7 m next Thursday, p m other person DrpersonS, or who shall bare .modeany iny Hewipwperpnntod- -
Oily poor master, what has reJuced you CoL. S. BrrFixcTOX p Thursday, aDd .lotbof the of three meaiebthr.j
[ Proprietor ISO miles ;, -. 12pm next.days, agreement; or shall have given or> rOt'l1led JaekoarWe/or space ..
10 this extremity !' f 'March' 18-Henry TurnerTnine; John'Ellis, And back between 7 a>m Friday- ,and 7 pm October to 15th June, and bet ween JO a promised to give or perform any consideration tb*"ime set tor the neurin of this cue. '.

The man told hi! story. He had been an Vermont; William Gilbert, Philadelphia; JohnG. ,Sunday. m Wednesday, and 12m Friday, residue of to do,or seX to do,any thing whatever iadue .: TIJU-'bOUQ :

impresario. lie had at the head of a troopof Iteardon, Ocala Fix 3509 From Pilatka at 7'a m. once a week, T es TOLT. at any other person not to bid for a mail contract. ,1.Gizxinc1crk- "L23 s&,". ,
Proposals to 'Commence Bainbridge Jeb.21.ia5U -S_ 5, "
Particular _
March 19.-John Clark and lady. Baltimore; by s attention is called to tb -Mh section -
the Isles of Greece
singers gone through ; George Whitney, New York; J. Gilbert, Phils. By Enterprise jfoMellopvDleby. .invited; also;for,tri-weekly:'service, 15th. of the:act.of 1S35, prohibition'combinations to ; ersoaindebted to theenN'L ". !
but misfortune bad everywhere. been hi? March 21.-T. :1>.- -Dexter,'Mim r+l.Kfringt 10 a m'next day. 130 mfle: of October to 15th of J ane. prevent,bidlliu:. ..- : '' .the Into George U.1eahd-musd.e

True. After a miraculous escape from a Fla.; J. N. PAronstbens, Ga.; James Bow- And back 1 p nt w
shipwreck he got sick. Incompetelycured, man. Montreal. Canada; George Gillespie John j m next day. (See 8508.) ,13y fieJaaunl1a url k.." ADlfgl1&l1lDt.1 by law, or UIoo eombjne several route in and nfl-pettosa taring demand*against said s..; I

Le came to Pans In an old pupil, a I lady, who P." Hull, Win. H. hobart, S4w York; R. C. Mereight 3510'From Enterprise at,6 a m once a week, i! ring. Webbvflle Campbellton;Geneva one sum tomjicnsalion- ,mm t considered in tate 'are requested W present- them -preptrry. ftt ,

S. C. Thursday ; AU",' Gentsville, l'Li'. Almirante, )Milton competition;"with the regular pro not adjudged test witbai the tIme rv.kIIbed by.... _.
kind him but who died.- a
"was to suddenly March 22-). A. Witliam-, Palatka, Fl*.; To New Smyrna by 6pm; ..ndFloridatawn- _- '- to be utra aganL . ,HE1 ..j.. 9LLA3

JLocomo then went to the orchestra of a little John McKinlev, Wacahoota, Fla.: I And back between 6 am and 6 p''m, Tues- ,To Pcnsaeola by 4 a m"Tuesday;'--and :Friday 1. li,-A bidder may offer, where tie- transM ta. Jan. ,':.- S -.'.AdeiJnisti_ 1."i I

theatre, but at last reduced to the butt ex- 23c. Emery, )Mandarin P1*.; C. Dibble, day. ,230 miles; SAnd tion called for iu tile advertisement is difficult or -, I
be came to play in the Camp Ely- do.:A. 'Val.laue-r Europe: C. I'. White Cold 3511 From New Smyrna on the first Friday. of back between Sam Tuesday and Friday impracticable at certain season, to subaitnte an S .NOT1C '. f'ivo'-- I

Kes. While the oH man ppoke, Hoi sari Spring, New York; Col.J. P.. tanderson, Jacksonville each month;. and 1 P m Thursday aDd Sunday. '.' interior mode of conveyance to intermit RITa COPRTNE1t81I1P hereoforo S existing .'

Fla. By Indian River and Jupiter; Proposals to run direct'.to Mariana.,*,'.:via a specified number ofdays. weeks, or mouth lie .1.TIlE SKI fTrJt RYAN u thin day dissolved -
ras feeling l.i- jocLets. All he found was March 21Mr.. Gaylord,Connecticut. To Miami in 12 days,300 miles ; Brown'* Ferry,are invited. may propose to omit au office that ii inaeeesAble, bjBjnntual eonsenLTheir book and .a-.. .

a couple! of pounds. Suddenly be took a And back between the 15th and. end of each 3542 From Marianna ai 6 a m .once 'a week- or is not oa the stage road the railway, or.at-a counts have been turned over to Ryan. kUiesasan.. .

bold. resolution. Passengers per Savannah Steamers.By month week 'Monday Thursday. steamboat landing, as the case may be; or be mar who are alone authorized to collect u. ...:

'Giacomo do you recollect the great air uf the MAO.VOLTA, March.2'.-Mr DeU and 3512 From.Barbour's at Sam once a By Orange hill Holmes's Valley,and Cftest- offer to substitute an inferior mode'of,supply jn l&e .wi GF.5 SJan' .:.r

14 CcJcmniarYes. daughter, James Bowman, Wm II Hobart, R C 'Ne. Ilarlee and Fort Crane nntliill; such canes tie ,may propose dIfferent days and C. E..RfA."i'. ,t .
McKitc, Mr Hull, Mr Parsons,Mr Gilli,lion By River.Fort ; To Uchcc Anna by 5 p. m next days,.'64 hours of departure and arrival,jprovtded no more -- -
63 miles '
8 next "
To Micanopy by m' day ; : vfc
I tl Bronson.Steamer p 5 .miles; t- running time it asked and it w obvious that no THE business; heretofore conduct"by "RitJ

Canyon execute theaccompaniamentT GASTON .March 2t.-CollIart John ADn back between 6 a in Wednesday, and And back between. 6.a mTueadaysnd, .," 7 mail annexation or'other public "accommodationi fuP will be continued by Eyasi fc HidrttBtv. "
next days. ,. v 1 j .
DU day' ask for more running time tanned that -
'Somehow''Begin. prejudicedlie may they having a partnership psaC.E.KYAN. Soe.
.' Ogden, Dr Robinson, USA; Maj PatteD, U S Proposals to extend to Flemlngton- will beconside 3543 tom Marianna. at 9 a m once a week. ;, 'Saturday _. to the trip,'during a'specified number of day,at : "S ,
A, &t Angtutiae. ,
; certain seasons of peculiarly bad roads; but beyond JV HICJQU..WIfe'1b
At once in a singTng pplended voice Bor- the Sr. MATTTTEWS March 23.-C R 3513 From Newna&sville at 7 a m once a week, 30 milea ', \ .
By ,To Ochcsee.by 6 p m; ; these changes, a prcixttaljor service different Feb.: 15,1321. :(r.21) :a. ;
san commenced this magnificent piece. A. ,White Cold Spring, N Y;. WaLlaner, Fayetteville Wedne.d7z And back between 12m and 8pm Friday. from the advertisement will prevent its being I_ ._-5 -5--- -,:. -z
crowd collected-the singing cafes were de- N C. By Santa Fe.Fort Fanning,and Wacasawa 1'roposals for semi-weekly service,connect considered in competition with a regular bid not ,Tax CttUedoftBT 1i. i
110 .Dmal
7 next County
Cedar days,
To Keys by m '
p No.3540 invited. where
at Ochcsee with are set aside for extravagance f and a bid con ,
.rtel I-the drew and fashionAble
carriages u II a Sill 1 P NEWS. miles; 35U,From _Marianna. 7 .a m.orce.a week, bins any of the above alterations their duadvan 'VIUTvk f iutborlty'in! IM Tedcal Vf.law !
audience descended from them. At And baek'b tween6am Friday, and 6pm
Tuesday; tages sill be estimated la comparing it with other I will-Jfr- fueialejafrontofthsCouethoue r
the right of such an audience the old man PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. next day.Proposals. Waeacassa invited, Dy CalhouD C. H.; .. v proposals., dour Tn the town of Jackson De_ tho '

roused himself; his bow, directed by a firm to end at Fe. See are 2523 and; ToApaiaehieolbyl pm next darIO miles 14. There;should be lat o emt hid!0:1 1f1t Ant MondayJn.May;AD. 1S1, tbaJvOnrisiir- S
Sante ,
also to end at ( ,
hind, drew forth delicious Round*. The ENTERED. And back between 7.. ,Thursday,and' 7 p .' named tract of land or so much fbereof will 'f
5Proposals :
) '! :;.. mOte the servI the yearly payvtbeAdder's tj against -
mnestdal. tax-asc*
State land County ; t
audience struck with admiration and March IL it S.LamfOD MOOn N V. 6 once week this
was Xewnangvflle at a pay
19.-Brig 3514 From a m for ae iweek1Y" and also for In- name and residence,and the name of,each benjamin 1 hovpsoa and.daoOnereon for the j'
the setting FUJI Deemed to transport everyone 21 &h. Late.Brown,Charleston,S C. Wednesday ; : weekly service,will be considered. :f embn'"fir the 'firrn; where a .company" '. A.D. 1S3* togttber with: aH necescary es 5. ;1

1 to Ita-! 23- BatlerTibbettsKY.JIIephfanh, Rodgers NY. By Fort Clark, Wacabootie, and Flemington -, 3545 From Milton-at 6- a- m. once. a week.,,.Wednesday should.be_ .distinctly_ .Lt'!_. the:mode*of couLL MO fear***atteudi saia-lery and s.kIalstkst .

When be ended, the tenor took round hie i | Amanda Clifford Moon, N Y To Ocala; by.12 m next day _7mUni_ ,. } andNatbaniyifleA19.4' I yeyauee; u .'.Ji. .ueVA"' .u& va "'.v.S- ". .t. .2.- .fladw taatedinaid county ,t.DYa1sheJeast *hat." No"one"refused. Gold in 8 1By Coon Hill r intendedi' bank of tbo St.JUbJi'Ztyone river,soaUiniox twem,, !
poured asweQ And back between 1pm Thursday, and pin .To Sparta,*. Ala, by. 6 p m next days,70 16.:The bid should bj seat under seal, addressed aereI" and bounded at Inflows tM tint ,
as.silver;and when he emptied his own PSYCHOLOGY. next day.Proposnis .. miles; 5- t.the First A5 tant Postmaster General, with the -8t.-Jotss's rit'or.01I'tn. 'n rt* by Ii

'j'nre, among the 4ap of gold be gave it to the solicitation of his Psychological Class to embrace Mieanopy will be con And back between 6 am', 'Friday!'and 8 p ID "Mail Proposal iu the Stateor Territory of west laodb by io*
the old man exclaiming: BY many other peroos, Dr Perry has con sidered. 5 .week Saturday "i 'next'days. -"-:',> .' : _ft'wntren'on the face of(be'letter; and J> land,balongiag touMoscs Carry,M Uae.-.t .
3315 From at a m once y
** 'Giacomo,.this is on account; I shall see sented to lecture and experiment on "Electrical Alligator 354ff: From Milton' 'at 6.a m once a week. ,-5 Wednesdayj should dispatcbed in time to he received byes .by lands belonging. to.the heir o{LgbcztliBird.
thin ** the lot April next at 10 o'clock A.M 'It -
.yon again.-Paris Coricipmdent of Vie Ian- Court 1'evcbology"Hoone. Many Wednesday marvellous evening and Astonishing at the To Oluftee between by I p m,28 2 miles audit; By Last River, and Alaqua;. should before be guarantied, and the ,sufficiency. theguarantor 'URIAH BOWDEN;'I ,
And back in.-
don Mail. experiment will be given in this newly discovered at 5 p m p,week Friday ToUches Anna by 10'p. Dut.fnda.y.S9 !should be duly certified (See form) 'Tax Assessor and CoHoctor Devil eovaty.
once &
3516.From Alligator a m ,
Science such M to convulse the audience .miles ; ,- 17. The contracts are to be" -xwsuted by t, or beforetheldJulYDeZL. J Jacksonville Oct. SB.1830. '194d__.. Jt .
; cn6amSatnrdayand6 ,
THIS Bun BLITZ.-Evelyn's Diary referring with langhtcr. By Fnwannee Shoals .. ; Andbaclbetw pmneitMonday.
; : .Oeei&bat _lie -5-
Doors at 7 o'clock. 13.. Postmasters thjton g.1..
opened | past I Tax C.Uect.r'a:
to the famous i To Blount's Ferry by Gp m.36 miles ;
Richanlsone juggler 3547 From Alaqna at 6 a m pee a week,Friday; railroads but more than eighty rods from depot, : "
who lived some 200 years ago,-says- NEW SPRiNG GOODS i And back between 5 a m and 6 P m next day I To Geneva,Ala, by 6 p m, 45,miles; will immediately after the I9th April next, report BY'VIKTTJK of authority In me yest dby.
3517 From Alligator at 1 m once a week Wednesday sal in front er-&W CevrWbouse
"He devoured brimstone on glowing coals p ;. I AlIdbaek.bet.eenltam."a&pm next day. that fact to the Department, stating ibrfr xaet law I wOleopoaafur ;
THE SUBSCRIBER has received and offers 3543 From Holinea's Yalleyat 6 a m once a week. distance fromthe railroad depot,:and bow otherwise door in the town'of Jacksonville o*lbs
before us, chewing and swallowing them; sale a fine and extensive assortment of By Wbit. Springs,Jasper, Jennings, "Bcllevillc. J S ** ,. supplied with the mail .to enable,the Postmaster first Monday.of May,J.185Ttlie following tract,

lie melted a beer ghws and ate it quite up Ready Made Clothing of the latest.style, consisting Cherry Lake, Clifton, and Ancilla; To"Friday St. Andrew; ? Bay'by 8 p m, 45 mlle; General.to,direet the proper upply tobe of laud,*or o'Tnncf thereof aJWffl pay the' um";

then taking a lire coal on his tongue e be put 0Coats To Moaticcllo by 8 p m next Friday. 96 Aad baek between 6am and 8pm next-1. made from the railroad by mail. messengers. ; from of ei'hty-two dollars ,and ,ninety-eno e.ns7.
it as'd; Pants;do. miles ; Pemaeola'daiJy.at 5p m; and after the lat July next. -- [$ ,] the name being the amount of tbo Stat
.on a raw oyster, the coal Was blown on 3549 From .' Tr
Tests, do. Shirts, Fanel' And-back between 5.a.m-Saturday-and. 12 TlyBlakely.Ala.;, : : ,.' 19. Under the act of Mrrch 8,' 1315 the Ton*} tax 'aadcsacd arafart the estate nflmieaa'LClinch
with the bellows tillit! flamed and sparkledin J.inenb; Panama Hats, m next Monday.' To Mobile 11 a m next daY 57 miles; .: i*to be let to thoJoweat bidder tendering suffieierit ,deceased,'levied on aid land tat the year,*

his mouth, and'to remained till the oyster Leghorn Hats, Shoes a floe as- Proposals to commence at'Mineral Springs" :back. between, '.1.2iiI_, and?a,at','next guaranties for laithftd performance,without other 1830,'andVabo to'-pay the sum of sixteen doflsrintl eru.-*
gaped and was quite boiled. Then be melt- nortinetjt. Also,a variety of.MaJins, witl be oonllidP-red.' (8oe 8531.) :: dna iT.* *: r :. ; reference to the, node of transportation than may any.ipteenu.{16 BS]the amount -

.ed pitch and wax with sulphur which he Ginghams, Lawns Changeable Linen ,* 3518 From Jasper at 6 a m once week, Monday; 3550 Key West at.8 a"m 5-on,the 5th of each.: lie neeeear7tO provide for the flu celerity, oer- .county tax on:said laM for tbe saai year,tog.-KtM,> .. :,,
Lustre, Silk Linen and Cambric Hdks. Bonnet ., By Blonnt's Ferry andRauterson's Ferry; Fl'Omt. tainty;and security of such transportattoa, v- "' her wRa*lI'necessary expenaer atteadiag' ''
drank down as it flamed; I sawr it flaming inJ1Li *, Gloves and Mitts, Parasols, Umbrellas To Centre Village Ga.. ,.by 6p m next Wednesday ,' 'S7 on'V'*>**.* aDd Indian' Key;'. : "* (\.11:. When the lowest bid proposes mode ofconyeyanee levy and sale r said tract' of tnndbeingaituated
mpulh a good' while: He also took' Fans & Also. ftno assortment of ,89 miles;' month;. for the route in in said of Dnval. oa the"wut bank efiH
up a 4. Gruceirics, ". *'T *
thick of iron in New York Cured And baek between 6 a m'Tharsday-6 p '"-- urity1tnd celerity of the &..Jonftl' oppnitcPieolat ,
piece such as laundresses use consisting City Hams. I 200 miles:" ,, ,- to the certainty, ;
to put in their smoothing boxes when it -liaee-a sides Shoulders,. Fulton Market nt next Saturday.Proposals 'I v ;And back between. 'the 15th. and___ 20th ..each: raaiK aside from any"accommodation.for travel. tell thousand*nd ndtU\1tlQO d bounded, ,
'-5 Job",
"Hmoked Salmon,Smoked Beef to commence atBleant's Ferry are : month. ,' ,. 5 '..- ,r it wilt not-Xe entitled to the roato.- t' iiJ us ibiloTi r" 0Ja lhnaR 117 the 5C. '. ,
was fiery hot, held jt between,his,teeth Bulogna SttMoges. ; Cod Fish, invited: .-, "'Hids to run by a different" schedule eonnectiug J '2lXVhcn the bid doesnot.uttme emetic ofeoa* south i by land*belonging to the same etott wwt' "

then in bis band and'threw it about like a 'Makerck.. herrings, Figs h. 3519 from Orange Spring at 6 a mone'. a week ::with the Havana route at.4y West, i-eyincc.iIwilhtbe taken,aad anderttood to be public lands, and north by land bejongtas rauI5 -U- .' .

4one, but'this i I'observed be cared, not to Prunes,. dried Apples,' 1 Wednesday; .and with the New Smyrna route. at Miami, roitb4r.Iotreit; .mode,.ocuveysnee, 1o-Nri1.- Mtll-I'en-' tbi'..W15..eU .

hold very long; then' be stood oa a small. ., f Raisins Loaf,&-.: By Madiaonboro;> -tt.'jI.n miles *,. ->' !lubnsIdrec VSPEC1A1 .w: hoieback.When U propose*toto .'according.! ': .URIAHJSO\VD&: .
10 JD".48 _
T oNewnansvilleby ; ? Ai.er.VuTaIantyi
P of.
gar Sngar, &dABo ,, thoadvwliscmant,.and no mode oaeyaaeeis Ulectord
pot. and beading his body took a .glowing r ton; and Lemon Bi'cuits.&edliti .' J '- 'And back be .een.tj.a ja and.10 ,p,m next* ,:OFFICEa xrt stated for the route in the advertieementWwill< 3asnyilineIzclo 11-4a':1/f itea4 .
Iron with bis mouth from between his teet, Powder,Table Salt&e. day. -' :i :, ._? "- ;.' ., i"ilitl"ai'jpiJiii ijJrli( be considered as. offering only for..hombaek"Zf11 on .

without touchiti"' the :ground or pot:: with, Also, an assortment oCutJeq.car.: 8520 From Okahumpka. ,'. atS.pra once- a 'wtelt 4. -,. ;Proposals office fit art Florida, fartkeiutt.jrottt At jrf tht .':' .s-1 : 5; tJf.31 'D SCOUnING : -: :.

his handaf. witli_ : divers.;other prodigious ,penter'. Tools. ;.'BaakeU,:Tubs, ," I, Friday ThomaiV: : :some, rttfcetietly,limited to a asia Ce muotd. :%.,Since the ii'.I1he.r,March 8, f' ESTBLISUMENT. ..,. ..
ef'b14 has been
>eats." &o, te. u ;'ssthtprvpcsslssuckes!. 1S45;a ncwdeeeripfmon i, .0.No. 7:1YOBr'STl t. .
All of which be offert for tale" at the towed T1usiabj1pMflZI5Ginfl5f'Andbsck .. n ipoeiAe De innde'of ezv ysneebuteugag'l "(Ua.T"IiOUSE.1
j l.- n_ _: ,_\ marketpriees. MORRIS KEn. : J between. 8 a sa Thursday "and 12 China,ilill.from: .Quincy,, U mQes aDdODce back the mail "ith eer&alD'l,'eel rfty,aadrit7t"asfugthe1fJ ae u f .REAn..tW.Tn' : '
REACT WIT.--,4 boy Laying been praised : Corner of Ocean It Bay St*. m next day.,'; ,.j .tS321 week. "," '% x ,- :f carr cube 1&- These bids aftcalled. t ti.4VA'NN"AU'GEO_- .----5- ,-S _, ,_

quickness in reply a gentleman ..observed Jacksonville, JlarcH 2T, 'I/. tf *'. From Ocala at ft a m opoe a week,> Friday. ...-j. mJoaepb-,' from ApiuacaIeola,2S,. .. miles,- "and. from the .3kg'. r Cd'J' :
uaaannrpu v K : ; .., 3LgI.tDEL GtLLQWAY
tiWlUDrt&DcI .
Long -
By fc ek onee week. .'
-vV ben children are- so keen in their -- sated taiJUM HOOK w.
---- --. -
ACA'RD.: -,'.' Tobrahe.ntownbySpin4l mOe*j. ; ,-7-- ,_ _;_' "if" -- ', bees3ceIded aft aturtonddrii.tioujhnt t'iU1P'; bb tbaiOu In bis Mends fat the

youth, they,are generally -topid '-vbe1i they ., 0PATTES' '. ; And back .botwen6aiaMd'.8pn. "next- 5 bWil'1t> .Jziil proposing&_ed"" m dtt"CIlr.GOJ111anee -Jj..tjsvorrho La*received nnce"he oauaOK4n4w
: become adrJayears.. What a sejisible ; HOTBI !day. *: *' :: : :' Form.&ra-RiiL t ,1flfroiveilisemen -:f:, olal high agrado.pa 'wHoNe coach- bu uear 1* ILls city In uia stats toMe ,

buy you m'ast bare been,, sir,rrpli4 the I M&Eoiioil' A*the ttmejs;{ a tappToachlng S522. : .tCT"From 1IomOWI 0 Wednesday a&6 a moa r .eln. ';twowtekt- .' ,- .., !,it onZemjkted:'b1e6dd:i4 transportation 11 to.tbsJMsrtment II ,iferredtetbe isbks3t. bid.ti iricnd'ad visit toLideas the pubiiegeniraUy Satndjb.ascijissd, that daring bit 5. .

ad. I wben.tbe I It "I o1"we'asiuee-.m"Y.-1; rer The1eeo
. -' numerous invalids who are BOW;-enjoy. 0cearKeysbyGpm40aflc-, "" ( : maili d wiU
.' full here state the residence dawn$ f4nrndwiiI : :L4t; Tsrious i pt T wct rfc
the benefit in ]of[ S
ing of a climate came names '
tropical will be i between '
; de.: Andbaek 6ainn46pineYeT7oberTueMy. .to.dInutrO
; ihe'S.idave} their ., rundeneesl hereby propose to ._.ihe.mailon 1'Wn' the aaitot.bx.st.innic1loTge! l ANr
That gravt people a parting For Northern home*,permit BM tointroduoe > : or .""*: '' boMb
eomreyancea. -
proverb that:"say*:. *VLfcl!' "sritbout a to their noiict."l A'ITEtiT'3.Uo- S323. rromllonosatta at 2 p.*m once.. a week- Friday .- rout* No.,: T'' .ofr-QenersTt 7-iT \tDysLr.Uofteflstbe :advertbemeDt b14vinttm lwohtr hpt'ffmc1 to the .It&t.f *1kUetrti *will ltla bIa't.JtVI 2S'intfe
TLTL located. PoEtiqaster ho 1* aTor
B the corner of Green wkh :; fe.* utay'p1eis
and ,'' ;:: *- > : ... .
\1'llhOUt.Wt. After : ,
moustache is"an TJeeeinbcr'lSt' ftuw.u..or.
I .same dated
eg WarreaTstreeU for the
,;New-York;;.whtoh bag acqaired, By Cryttal-lTe-Ie! *ttjr m.tD proposals on rereaseso '
this notice we,expect to eeeirisioIbus, a moat enviable rcpgutom' WILUAM PATTW,' ,; To Lon Pond;Levy.ty.w-1-; 1850, T 1Ilrd.ia\he time statedhi the achecbi14.4h Wr as lhstbtoue$6IrsvtIbtwnboinM.edkS14 te-ieml rh aaceausryorexpedieatrJa"_1ri'e1itboWF. r 1 .Ij..'silkand w oli Dcasis 8Inw-le, & -
by *
ties in thisinarket.--! zc5flng*., 1>]4 the proprietor,to*yowsg ass whe pnowMterery .. pin jiaxi dal..63 mllel.r ,;,-> eonta4nod1a"tuca advertJsemetil/and to wUt.JB ,r .state the Ngts* t6etawaeeaeaot&b an.dan&e4yonUlogl1td. -
mod of ; $ edU }
., requisite of the rentleman-one of the And_ek betweeBJB*,,T5utr day, anel'mJlf"'daY. 12 lowing CoRnlanee the annual 'sum of detr""i T&btS elasuedw "
,T few who find Ue way to the heart a&d affections *. .. ."jfe-.- ."*_..- now it It to be eoavfeyed.1 taalreac fa.tha"MMf !_' S .
THE Paoonss'oT Ic om5Cr.--Tbe Ber. of all who visit his l&iciac. Board$ ,per day. Proposals to exUfidtaYcrt. Ffcanlng are fa (bets wv1tod: tbua- tA.wo'1= .Io1Me fe..wl6'iM tjcof5hise -. I" .

J. BJanehanJ,'President of Xnbx ColIegere- U. will eerUinly io the most' greable M..tdlenstomen. TitodTlSeftSaSJ'' -S, .- ,._ -. .'bV-b* 1MIIt., t_.. b -

cently delivered. lecture 9i*' the; HouseS' ..oCtqre.aelltati.esat ., Jlis table flxtores are of the mestdsli- 3524 from &>rfflg HI3 JJ*s j&ti8 am .- '' +'' 1'y"'''n tj1 'n : .",of rtati.i'Ex..D. bowt'vetisiI.j.4b.r1beatar 4 : '
SpringfieM.HMa iicb close character., Jill house ibeastfuIIy situstad ease ft weeaWsdass47' t'E1 FormS DJ: tI'vvanmr,!' ctJ1ft g'ftKII v..MC; bid.,hands 1 1''IIo p42! T >
he with Its spacious partoriJ long dining-rooms, Mekudes; '.* ; ; 1ae J"ot praisnf WlMt r'1"IOOfl- thc"ateanlIL .
remarkedlbat, iwiibstziditigaI1 abu ita airy,4mmitori
Jjza1 Jbeen dope Ja J&e States for opulaf ednuom'ihd sagcs7 eiso} g tewtJw eteps Of'lMurrw 4tencU ... -Anti haekW* S si man I pmTB= _orltddersr urutorIJ name guarsn I bidders* ,"w tb* ..Wla'Wa. _

: itntportloa of'.Adult*" who;could -wg t o4 deprunwifl bespeak for the !, Prom Moleudei $4 A. .t a.t -',. naotPDi4 easejnyheJ IfL.(9JJJIiIi.bW- ; the ,2i1..D2. mato&Iae highest alsIbdKt .

Ja ;Tfd.cr Writ..,JUte.JIow: tbaa"-it .tI iJl'ablpae a'.o.QQJ40i.,'proprietor'i ;. : .a.,';=d.4rord"' $ -:Aaw {c ''- WJ.: aiss H' Ji .aaU/ro1ll "';"MCl1 .M m. (jJld..aa4.1JI.iUlaWi n,: 16..
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va tin years ago--*statement wbifh be. is ,A,-',.,'. ; 4' f 1'1"'t'A.\.TOUJUSTJr,1; Q C sheud! 1IS l'NtID&It 1d4 *iltb3t'ue-
aid to UvefcttUUoiiat Jj |V':: '**-.f ." !i ""4f1- -cFk .j..1 d-th.lestmastcT, : rceilq
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FOR c.A.i I G. IIDpIemeaU e L \nrs '

;,' csnis1P.b. ;.: I : : J-S I *otTI'J'' ; ftZ ,. H ortrecelved frwtttie NthsO&'flOWj: iWett""lIndenfptdt.. UuOuneO 101} ., I _.,," ; f

COL1JllBUS-nltEW. i : Inform'-hU" frie'ihir M the 1Ublksth&L-tho1 Uv. rre Uy .iacreawd mitt [ firit.1-w'f: ',. If.6i' J[ h.
t. .. .. It wIL r flIg
I that heha. coTntnenccd. .r besides .Bpeat-Tariety of other,
.' eUpte hUh. fo Qo doc k. a '+. :;I.1I, 4 144SS.fr .
Tnx. ; um'pa1 .We .BAS'Wn.LAD" Eut'florida;'and'soli lOrt1netl' .pd'VOoOdIblCh ., the(o11owhcohanoteraaddeIorlpf. "- -
Three DoUars per & .._ I : tiI' "t f .5 S
visited New York, he-offew at low for CasfraiKr respect- A ikfftttr lcI.bOc1kdml' .
., price
o.a&ln8es his ;
pin fctderiug the Paper. i to girt and Savannab>-- t filly Invilei the 'eiUseB* of,Jaek on'vUl4''awf the nk reut4 of ertry Tarielyof die most recent knd.fve r J' i. 55cTf7

"SVbjierlpUons, If not paid before.the, txplraUoB. rangement sad t ) enb. -lI..e-.been vicinisy wean and examine hi*Good*:"' l.torehaW" [mp,oeddeslt1t1un J hondredplAw* of every, T' ; .J

I .t.jeu.! are charged $4.: ::, '. ,1,1k gress or'any'of. the' prosecution'' of:all':kinds liiewher *Als Y < ?U .detiorlptlooJ.'maieriIJI ( rdrri: ,ad.bnI i 1".tll.t II : r' ,
r. ,Planter !
,!Souther are articletoedln
I'I'.r from.the ; Wand. 4-4 VenttiarieuirCarprtbg from ? sad iron founders,embracing every j .
Wkwlng Claims arising ;
AdmUaeme&U will b Inserted at -.t ".
.' 4eHrtJl.&foG 'trifl be '".' *
.- z} e t3"4 '* -is* y? .their'lint ll1diDl.e jr tool *,,
!"i rater" One Dollar per aquar* (oftwelve lines)for or Mexican wars J and .nppliedatvery 4-4 Chamber"aac'Parloor Jjntralft c1 irom 45 fo &'J..amD 4. 55-S # T i ; .t': '. \ f .

Ibe Erst,bet' SeTenty-fclw'CeBt..for>i ry ub.ecu > p.r, or Wid!w.'* ; S ?"*, "- 'WV & *v *; \ 1I1JS. Boiler'''and common gins; t.f1.. t 14. :r- ; S

j L : .t insertion. To.year'ly Advertiser Jlberal4Inmttwn Bounty Land}or rip :: kind.liberal win be advance received will on :1rt.:' YcioJ1;2'ftti.r > \t* .A : .lack *rewsitoTe.and eotton- trucks forne,'wheel bar' .' ..#: r ; 7'.",. /
Men heavy BoOtI aDd row roadscnperI lionlDly jGmpl
: Kip BropDI s t ;Ior
, il t be made. ',.A1 transient'AirertiM.irith 1847,:or August 10,1848 made.for Skipping. Titn- .Womeo'IGfrIs.1. C) 1 oil 11 11 chaIns to,; the.cSra.iD'watsrorgA .
Bo.1J F .
I aatI(exoeptbyersoe .btlij ranDIDpceount Mileage due returning ; <{, Men', DI c k Su .u_ v...i i"t'. ,- .t;. and French burr aam.t nea;cabins hast-; S r., i. ';"''

'be bffice) must be paid'for pwviou to'pBbll- Horses lost'; and other' StATlONERTof eveiy : 'Men.and Boy.glased Ca ..,.' ': lotiDel raw fot" fanners plantation :'55 $ ,S.*L0't 44'ZND SI
; d or supplied on short I. Irons .
milT 1. '
i incurred Silk and GlngJJwbJalaA.S.! 'MiUI'OOTJI' D4"IIDQt1Dll1a1 screwy : : "
eatJea : *;1t penses by. : : -. -S5-S : : ,bal Ling cloths picks reeds, shuttle.,and general : ;
B.gl"r. .. : Ms.
.roniat a'distance'On;govern tbejjir. remit; terM and received. '.i h Boofc Pvblithenl Ladiel elcganV Nw'br'nrLt i'ti.118 lIItt..and' "..' 'J--- 'finding for cotton sad wooflen vaaafaetorieav4.-.- :$ r; TOYQIEPW&

the foUow1jesi and. Teamsters*'c dealer ean.be supplied Sun Bonnets fTMoA ) ": ;.TooL fccvHaving iheatency .
lances for advertising ters, .3i colored 'Stray Bonnet and : >
V-l. 'w..eIt, tt1baaItesttsu etJ.WIt c..
One ( llnu'pUbIhhiI.i ij months I :; ;better'terms than' they Winter, Hood*. .AIioV'y; 7**" '"*"- TV" ,' "V for various aid'extensive.mannfactoriea, '
square twelve I .le : ba't.w.Yorlr.- canton : shan be at all times to furnish g CarS .1 ,. wlsiesste5Pf'& _Is CtUassb.
1 ; '4 all the Crape $bDl"&arr ,.Shawls, we prepared eeeyw is viflbs.
00 sass.
for. vi $10 I 'Having : satisfy all who may'favor Ribbons, Inserting and Edging with tpecies of machinery on the shortest notice. I ..gas4 'us c. "iIdI
; together an
.Two squares, for six months --"v.1tJ.J5':0 k presentation"of claims; *.**,both" ""as regards- -5 price assortment of lloei!,; Gloves. Ginghams Chintxes -, ;' 'The highest market prices paid at all Um for I'..,.asSist iaJr&tbl Is a'dif.risi ges 11&1.11....t.Jse.Teg...sj,,

S Notices to debtors'. and, creditor. 7 00 and r -nlatEoni f. l,t0.. ; ;Monsllne Osnaurgindtweea: De "Ijilftcs: Cashmeres;Stirling,' wool State,sheepskin received and add sold hides.for the 1 All usual produce commission.S. ole. f'ta..t.MtUac&M,... ak'",..ku*.. ...

Application for letters of admrolrt uion,. O on menU,he Sheeting CaMimeresj also, .aM tftltt.If.a."hiMfti OM"(.U.IMWM miguiVB
1''rep .;tmportanf.PATK1' a variety of Small ware.White and Colored Shirtj k'I'tOYf'kCO;
S .Notice$ of Application for dismtswl i.. Administrator what kind ed among'which is Black and Colored Silk Cravats, ke. &e.5. S .S-S'No.S in 'Bay"streel&itznn5ahGi.. f'u.>.>. V tbs U MT. C f W4..kn. I.//.cal fcVBMBtu4

S '. :- $10.00f of aal'AJgency at this pla : Jacksonville,NorT th 1850.; -\, 4, kwirit 'WtilW.M palftD"ttstlsaskias .- .'CiJ'- .
:: '< ::. Rznmezs.-ltfeam. Padelford, Fay & Co.; i ..gilL: -

p For announcement candidate*br office, 500 Partieu attention % :: l & c In Eastern' Circuii.C rtbfJFIoridQJDnvat .Swift;Denslcw. t'W bat.er.oeU.H. ( ..IY'_ _"' I:1
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N.announcement will be made inlcss the same ment Quartermaster* -- 5-- .-SSS'' ( '

Charge, ;* .u. outltiJ..J. ,.,.Atlitut (cs>.)Fema1.Sem1Hary., THE CARS.r .
S be acQmpanled with the amount c arged moerat : 1.A'N'f' ,' S '
Editorial noticei fur private benefit will be claimed, and the extent 'G- riDirtiltc- THE exercises of this new sehoo commenced ,ye,,. />... D" UU if O 4 City II V" Twk.J .
; '-S-S ,4yE ( I: S rn 5 ; theIst Monday July last under;the .*.ijr...eIp a Ca, Oat n ftaA.4 al$ k> t.
j barged double the rate of adrerttsng. All emunlciona Eliiha Hall and Elisabeth-" < : S 5saflVS CW a.sIatnl s.. .
U E ( : charge of A.R. Kellam,principal in the literary,; r.T.mes4 s ,
.i Religious{ ,Obit.;arid MarriigeBotfces,will be postpaid. : ; ;Hall;his wife, defdts; ,J L and his accomplished lady,in the nraslo and ornamental BUla is t (*TM.(.'Myla s4l.iiI"uUu.wUs ..

be published gratis, .;. '.- Petition. for tiie foreclosure/mortgage,' li',t"WeSt department, with assistants of high qnalUfications. *".u.a k .va .OW.DIo.r.t.. ..
4 Communications be Oscar- A1N' Half of lot,number five;Square number tea .; ,The Institution .will be-divided into I 'MrOla ues y fc ..M VS iMt te'Wik kla4. :. !..
must poet pttd.
,. situated1 in, the town,of,Jacksonvillecounty. (bur classes,, fourth,third'Ja lor,and senior. 'A IUT.ELnf. ,UOTUEBS k co.J"sed 1.Jib. P.,

A : .. -.-- - ..- --- ."At TORZJ. L and Stato"aforesaid.. ":t ":; preparatory department will be attached to theselaiol p- : f5---5 : ., :; fty.

1 Office'over: the Urge WORMS.' appearing to tb.Cortiytbesdav1t ol J. and conducted under the sapervision of the: J ._. !1'... 'll
n S iDcl >The school hu been f ralshed,with ,
S ; ." PHILlp\'F.R.A ,1 Co..opposite the : i VfcRobert Baker esq.'Attorney for the Plaintiff L '
fa-use In the above entitled fine and well selected apparatus globes,astrononv ,NORTON,BABCOCK WOOD"bI Malo Late,K.T.
LAW WORMMEDICI that saidkJisbs
ATTORNEY k COUNSELLOR AT WILL practice In ; can. th *
-.w*3.be depend Hall, i. DOt to b found within Uie inrisdietion of -il,geographical, phonograph real1'sound charts p 8A YlL.U ,.ttr.lE.co.enfald.J.a-r: ; S '4*

JACISOKVILLE FIA.,; Eastern Circuit'or o in.its operation th is Court, but l3suppoeedtoesid. *the .t5tate. -s P., 04., Sa'av larga scale. to be collection of claim of.Texas. r :' _. ., distinctly from any part of the room. .A good library .
I yin attend to any professional business entrust I ? '. BAtDOCX,CORUES CLATt Pearl ffrMC., .45
Ordered i of choice book also belongs to the school
ed to 1.1. in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit Military services and HEAVE, REMEDY Han hlftherifore do ; .That.tbe aJ4,EUsh I for the use of the pupils. OIGOODA'IEN1CIKOI"herI$tet, jf -,.,"
; and
the raid
and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has property lost or and which" no one.who in the time appear prescribed answer bylaw judgment petition with I:The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions LWN0Wk. C01114 Tu1to.1trse S ,45
will S
without ., be of weeks each there will be at least J:.J.F.TaIlP.to.tt KIJda'J.aae "
also such an advantageous connection with,an Also,claims for given against him default thereof.' ., twenty ; "
able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure the widow and orphan lc Belt'Bracelets, It I.fllrtber';ordered, that the'above notice be one public examination each session, and a quarterly RUST HOUOHTON";n Job etrte t, ",, 4*
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MsgnetleFIuld., published in some report will be sent to each parent or guar i OBZENLEJUT fc KIN8LET,44CortJB, 'dleW.ALTO
published fa
: ''f a prompt and.speedy collection of uch claims as Also, claims for Permanent ',Cttre-of all I town of Jacksonville,newspaper in said county, once dian';giving a full and fair statement of the standing .TOWNSEND"CO,tit.tI It. 4.OLCOTT .
f my be placed in his hands, against the United diers; and the widow ; Diteatn two,weeks for four months... ",._ r S deportment. ,and expense of the pupil. H'KPSON: :CO.m Maiden.Lass, '. ,4.JoPflTElP,128M1dsft' .

gtatcs- Seen and soldiers. I which are-caused by THOS. DOUGLAS,Judgeltc., Itc.No. .- S RATES -Tirrrzoc.Preparatory class jjer ..:"

, Sept.i18.I9-lJ: S Also will give his I unhealthy condition of, ..20, I8OO. S session, 98; fourth and third classes 15; junior POtlftPAtANCA.MJoknSL 4*
J. McR. BAKER, Esq Pltffs. and senior classes 20-music forte.20 ,
.. t title and Atty.iJIsndoreV.Garnie plan* ; guitar MONTAGUE WARD'Co.83 HaidwLaaevTHOMAS .
o examing
SYSTEM. 15 ornamental branches 10 vocal mWli .2
-. Clerk of said Court ; ; ;
J. P. SANDERSON, claims to lands. application of the hereby certify that the above is a true do of library and incidental expenses,per quarter, 1. ft MAXWELL,88 WUliasi 1C. 4*
V ANlM MAG copy received for less time S IACISON, ROBINS ft jCO U4Wstw X; '.
All business and' the order Publication in she above Nopopil a than one session
ATTORNEY AND, COCXSELLOR AT LAHAVING \', entitled.ease, and deduction made nnleafor GRAHAM ft CO IA Old
prompt attention; and by distinguished on file in my office. no. protracted 8Ci" .40
. removed his office from Columbia and tbe United States Witness hand and tb6le&l of l Court sickness.' : : S J HARSB ft BORTRBOP,IS Pearl$1. 4*

to Jacksonville, Duval Cotnty, will be executed by medicinal. discovery tf the [. i.) this m'No .. 218t.1850.. .< ; From thetruperJenee and former sueces;the,, fHERWOOD COmN.W Pearl 8U ,.'.,.

respectfully informs his friends that he will'con p atch. II. '.GARNIE,Clerk; C., Co'D C. feel confident(rendering all satisfaction..Their INGERSOLL ft BROTHER,DO P..rlIL< ; 4B.A

of his formerly.II Jacksonville Jan. 25 Nov.2S,185G-4m. facilities 'for. imparting instruction are rarely 1, rABN STOCKftC044 .lob St. ".
tlDa the practice profession, as :
of Sarsaparllla, -1 equa ed. ..The advantages of the.location need -la MBIMIUB with tkU ..,fl..BB attB.$*t a Cud,.
will attend at each and every Tern of Townsenift.,. In the Circuit CourtJodhe Slate of I7oridain not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalledMid I Uk4ky.U tkB yrUnBtl rttUT(WruUMty tta'" y.usd

the Chtwit Court in the several Counties ofthe JAMES health undoubted. Board can be:had inthe &Ma &II Iarcaa4 5..s.bisau 1. s. 1f.and. .. ,..

Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of KNOWN that DY'MANY- andfof the Southern Circuit. S best families on reasonable terms. .For any information .'. n'..sin eMit UMi**.y.."U"
by us
For Monroe Connty. 'wanted' addles'"b"prinelpaJ .At1an ',,. Cud tkw.M t...fi..*'.UU BiMUr014 ...5.-
Middle Circuit the S
Hamilton in. -
the. -Supreme 'oct24-3m
Alligator, BILL IN CHANCERYO1LDWORCE. .Ga.' h _, .k,TVVBBBBTS .iUa to nBTtbrakU arssTa.s.1;, ai
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. the. receipt for > '- la Iktiv*>tlB U.* u S. P.'i. ,. ..

Aagastlne. All business entrusted to his care' Edward. F." To'GriffinComplainant. Columbia, County Sheriff's Sale.BYVirtue .S .u4--' S ,1.CABD'.TO'TSE'PtmLIa.
M. WHIT. COMPOUND, vs.Patience' i : -5-- "- -.0- : ,

win receive prompt attention. & character and reputa S.' Griffin.r of a writ S of fi.fa brae" .from Ute ;. .
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Address J. P. SATOEXSOX, JarknwiSe being the most appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by Court of Columbia county, wherein '. -
S D ral CO'I/.t", Honda.Jacksonville Alligator, MEDICINE its records that said Bin has been filed and Joseph B.Vatts b the Plaintiff,and Wm. Cola>n' rHt'B.kl Wtk t".IIenIP.. .. Pbs. .f,On. '
L WilliaiMkmrc. CntnlM spaS MM*
Jan. 17, 1850. tf M WHIT SMITH I i following diseases, such by due proof that the said Patience Griffin relidCloot i is the Defendant shall expoee to sale to the highest .u psrun4.k...f tk.real rit. .r sti,_TtvBWBBVOf
Office at Alligator. |I King's Evil Salt oUhis State It is Ordered That a hearing bidder before the,Court House door In the .rti. ..'k
; ;
rntar kytM
i ifspSrllIaL ( > *
said Bill be had ?kerns '
on at the Town
next of of Alligator In Columbia the
Scald Circuit county, on '
Head .. .
Tight s4 .
HeQ/TJKKK/ MelNTOSH .rici allarea.ari1J." Save Uac U 4.
s Prodded .That this Order be First Monday of'April next the .
published I fa following
prop 'W ,
Dyspepsia, Palpi s.HillS aat.r ht.Maiaek. *B V* W iauw
ATTORNEY AT LAW Heart,and all some public newspaper In this State for the termof erty,to wit-Levied upon an-the property ot said '....IU.slu t"taMII.Wby *$rTir to_a4 Sill OM
Pleasant and genteel months before the first of the said Defendant to satisfy aid IS. la. "
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eartern I Debility, Fluor A I. Term of said Court. day' 'nut i Dr.jBMk T.w..ss4a ianspszlfls .,. S. P.Trn.s.fl.

Circuit the United States District Court at St. persons br families can ,'Syphilr, Live JOS..B. Lot Number, [61 Section? twenty-five [25] M4 I.T.tk.>BUI.to JB4(. ..Wr w* arc *1.esess u4
; T.&JtD's-the old Humors, Mecnrial Disea LANCASTER, fa Township six, [6}South of Range,fifteen'15] .'1"H' B.*U W tr .u4,"ky.SMag. I
S Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; '' Judge Southern. Circuit t State of Florida. East.containing eighty [301 acres; Also.. )$ ,L Our txp rttB<*M4 kMrtrBtiB krt *ll,4B4 w fkct Ik*

acad prosecute Claims fur citizens in any part of; been thoroughly- no doubt in order I to OsSIAltB/HAXT Solicitor for number five, [5]Fractional Section twenty-five!, OI4 Pr.*.StrnBBrOU BtM rM BIM B>W:. BMW*a4.u-

Florida against the Government at Washington, site the Republican genuine cannot be made Dee. 19, 1850: Complainant. 4m [25]containing one hundred and 'fifty-five [133] I.. 1b5s S I'.T.. n4'.BB* ,. tMtiatray eI .BvVttoBl4

ville, East Florida. )pollute it with minerals, acre.;'And Lot number three [3] of Frachoaal&etioo .. MCB1 to 1. tk..*. BB4 we UvByt 1 lI. BBtBtl*

either befure Congress or at the Departments.ftj ,, Snlpher,. Salt, twenty-seven,(27 containing e'ghty [801 .f*..M4..t1'... 4w. Brtil V tftoc Ik* BVBBBBM.

,, AnnnEJW, Jacksonville, East Florida. DISSOLUTION. ) FORMATION. acres; Also, Lot number four, [4]"of Fraet.ionalSeetion .BB4>.r .TtiB(to nn",_.4i.ra tl W*IB BUtkMto

May 2,1830 if e JAMES the above abtser, Dr. COPARTNERSHIP tw 1&-' [27]containing eighty [8.J] Mil tkai wkUk w.MBi4tr tk. ... Tk CM.,. I.?

S He. 19 "XVtollaker; to give his whole time Copartnership acre. ; Also Lot number seven,:[1] of FractionalSection I T.'wa..ra SBmparflla. few gwalJy- TW.'ftTBW 4 BB*

SA V of TIE heretofore existing under twentynseven [27]containing one hundred ..zpl.d.4 ,. .tU."lk rky fiilmf crrat 4itMt..I.'r .

J. HIcRotoert Baker, COMPOUND his dissolved firm of.CuretouTitnz&'Harris is and six [1061 acres; Also Lot number three, [3] "._....I.irn.s4 M*m.ur trtli*****fit CM 014Tkta

A'lTOnNEt'COUNSEI OR .A T rut u", vegetable purity, so that; day, i CURETON by mutual,TITUS consent. : fa i Fractional Section thirty-six, '[36] containing .Dr.*.,,.aratl... lasS b7 Sat aMMi. fS r 055.pts.
S 'WARE HARRIS fifty [50] acres; Also,, Lot number six. [6] of ...
TIN may have a bestir ig Jacksonville Dee. 3)t.hl800. wbkk wq WIU'*B.4. all .to to Ik*
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. complaints. And from Fractional Section thirty-six[36] containing fifty hlt.....II.n k.dut.!. Mac *B. >,I55 to
WILL practice fa the Courts of the Eastern ten years of the won I S nine acres?' Also Lot number one, .[1J fa Fractional .JackT.va.B... Witt tkM vi..v*to***'.H.

**.*ult,-in Hamilton of the'MJdiXh Japanned, tielof'hii compound, I he The businesi hitherto conducted by the ahoy e- Section thirty-six, [36] containing eighty Uato4.e(4.If"*. at j.>t
,in o.. county Circuit 4*. yon, that he warrants a named firm will be henceforward J conducted. I by [80]acres; -Also, Lot number .two, [2]in Fractional ,r*..ntl..lIst pnt.rTM*..ltIt to MMM to linn* a* amBB

ton and. Hilkborongh counties of tbe kinds of the above disorders, if and under the firm of Section thirty-six [36 Teoat.aiDingeighty ai.s3. .Ba4.u wtU lie lk..fc i.i.C ik*po.s.M ai.

S-S Southern Cireu.. ID the Supreme Cavil at TaJ- ALL most to the directions. Dor l't CURETON, -S' ,TiTU8., [801 acres; .Also,.Lots number, one,five,and fix, ,Y..u sesUusai .,ly fsvet.. .
bhusee. and in the i hotels, and skips and Sarsaparillas and.have Jacksonville/;bb. I860." tf Li, o,K D j oi fractional section twenty-three[Z3]
States Diztrfct Corn ;
1 Pain VtrUa,], D:S3 Cr a4 ft 13 .
fr tb. Northern Dutnet ball, or public won't -S 5 cnntainfag together three hundred and four[304]]I AVUM JT.T.
otv place you try C. C. N'ncMM._Brt .,. .. D. :: 4*.
jda. and will scription of Sheet VALUABLE LAND,FOR'SALE: acres Also.Lott number one, *aaii.hr, 'G..A.N..D. ". M
.. ,. laimi against the United JN .. a A..nIt. .. .. -Tri D viTODivsivjiv CoD Ojfcrj (eras!, ralu- [i, 4, a & "] in Fractional Section thirteen, [131] H.D. W>Baa,. If. D.JJclI-Iaa hi& 5555W Il,5.gf. 4.

;; Congress and the Departments at Washington. Tin Plat, *. ,-I'S article"l-,II&;----"ra, lip U -.L barf! t of land on Lake Jessnp a on the containing together four hundred and three and D.DB.ikes.Lt5sAv.C.E.: H. Fart.B. X. D.636 Crwaih.tsr.Earrew4.' .
.. :: Being located at Jacksonville for life be wil purchasers of St. r s ,consisting of 8,000 aerea. Two twenty-five-hundredth. (403 .IQ0) acres, :all in A. R. CaM.*. D. Bii>xtra ft.T"Ckf Jftto 'S, ft
at prices as low as th<9 thousand Township (6) Sott.h 'and lOs Dit. ... .
are first rate hammock Range fifteen (15)I > D. 194 ink A'. "S oM
.1 give bif.rntir* and ainrcnvitJ- attention t. hiprfei is elsewhere.' O-*" ROOT any in Florida bind equal to East.. Property pointed out by the Plaintiff. C. S.B.Ui."X.D.e.". A.. 4.
JJ .on,*and all bni . of this, admirably adapted to th eultare of cane and 0Ir. V.D. Bnm..F.ny,' r 4.
'29 1850. not
: hs.1-1 meet with prompt.attention.JacksonrnieAugn Aug. may f we truly cotton. The position of this large body of fertile S 5 < Sheriff Columbia, County.. Dr. '.eI. Jl. D. *0 &IYI. ". ".a .
Compound land the ADigatorFeb 21 1831. L L.DGr.4 T.L L.5$S-. -_' S-S .'45
r > 29, !800. IfS are true U the on banks of our great navigable river, w. H. P.PrKbaoi.... D.>Hk ?.4$fc f r .
adds to its intrinsic ..5. ,. ..... :
F not to injure but greatly value; and make it S W'' .D.3d > V- .
, ; S any ODe a desirable :Jacksonville ..N.GilOri.M.D.iCM .
r S to the benefit of onth.: object for one or more Urge sugar or 'Hot J. U.L.Par.oe..D.sets.aL 5 S I' .. .

AC9rd. if you will call on us, we cotton plantation. '- t'I npHE Subscriber having become the purchaser J.- |'._ .X. D.a OI!.tr s : '._.
.bnmDG to leare tbe State,I bave trflnsfemcmy a fTOe Sabsertbcr residences of people who The subscriber also often for sale 12,000 acres JL and.soleProprietor of thia well known I Ckwlu P. 'ay. I6S Cb mWn H
C M. 'the cituens of 1 on Lake Monroe i HOTEL Informs IS Ms.ry Th.R55.a WkiMluU '-: 'u 4.
I on the.St. John', respectfully the public ;
to J.McRoBEBT BAKER ; which has river well generally
t' bufiness A5. .
profesriooal astonished x. DsvI4a.e. m ] sv -4.
that be has taken the adapted to the that he has S'r :
i added
their physicians also Turpentine or:Lumber business. to the former house twenty-odd I Co .4luatH, .'.&I G resS .\0..
S Esq, Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, E. F inclosing by Col.'Sanderson as best physicians The above tract will be sold on liberal term more comfortable rooms with' over five hundred a.. L..nio Gaa4. 5 5 _.;',' "

iIo- all such matters as were entrusted ton'7 tends carrying on the and selling large, who quan are ti. JOSEPH FINEGAN feet front,with piasza. fa front and rear. ,making: I.ui1.L.C..k.i90bJ.se U. ..,.21 SUo An... "s ". -, '..... f ...

care by Gen James A. Pedcn of which.all Interested he will endeavor 10 Be very esi re- .Janl6.-3m- .* Jacksonville, Fla. it" as comfortable a. any Hotel'.in the South,- C. M nk.206 Ckerrr .;.',, / -M
lie which .
patronage. will will enable .jsae 1ss..25pneg _'
now him
S to accommodate T.'J'
name of "JVM; Wi ; over
will please take notice. IL. .
J..p. .l3.4 C ;
I choice .assortmnt of S-S one hundred and ., y. 0 -< 1'JV 4.
I'1 1 or yon *be I in. Jacksonville and fifty persons. His table will be p AI" W. G.'W.:B.te. Cu5. AcelsaDS .4.
mar Alligator
I 'Mr. Baker's business reputation for diligence Cawimeres, Vestings under the. superintendence of an S &Ia. P. ..y"l9U Mister ',- ,J" ..' 4.

. \i and attentionrare sufficiently well established to 1 terml.will be made to >this Dr. Wilcox is, we : PLANK ROAD NOTICE:' house-keeper of the North by whore experiencedS S..wl.1ltrM JlanIa Tayl..1"arick. Blte.,. O.eJq;.' ,"r. ". '.., 4.45 -
.. : ratnre promptness to all matters in his hands. to the first men of ._.;._"r. ten he shall not be rivalled by any Hotel D.Do Ta1hiaa.&II n... ..A -45;
. : Jacksonville Oct. 3d Office nnIIE BOOKS OF .in.the South,beiag now enabled by the J.abia Gym Joe CM.Mri ., ... 45 .
. This transfer is sufficient manifestation of to the constantS .. ,
;7 my JL steam communication with Savannah and 'W.i. p..a,8. _. --: : 44
capital stock of the Jacksonville .
,- \. confidence fa professional ability and Integrity.: T. .V Beaver, NEW-YORK sts. gator- Hank Road Company will be and Alli. ton. to have the advantage of the fine markets ot Pszker.uD.nyrU..sc.V&nsIiJ.w.eSI.Igbu.D.43J5u155 I..

.' CHARLES P. COOPER SEA ISLAND Count .IIercbanta Albany and the store of Fernaodes."BlIbce& Co.opened la Jack.IOn..me at. those cities." In addition,be has made arrange S O.D.ATT,*.. ...1e... u..". .- 'i,
S ? : all meets In connection with the S. P. L* and at the store os 8.L. Niblaek It Co., Hotel at all times A. Ht .'..Jr.7f... .' 5 1.
AvigJ9i85O. Atlom&atLaic.nAKRR. to furnish fine liSetip
: at hones and carriages for the C. x. .
S Subscriber Alligator on Saturday, the first day March accommodation Wrlicht. rta. 'LSacl.U ..t.. Se.
". fphe PUBLIC! next.and will be of his gnesU. -. J Usywo.4.I'C.trs SS. ..
.- planters of Sea continued open. until the whole The ? ...D JlyrU. Av.sus .
: J. I a rti1lcate attache4 to stock is Caken. -S' SIn increasing reputation which the climate of
lie that he *'
5 can supply which certifies that behalf of the Commissioners Florida possesses in the estimation of the r..S.ILII.Bah,4.
Attorney at Law, JattonvOltE. hOnda single -S'5 t .. medicalS _. 44 .
faculty for-the
and made ; cure Tof I -
1 under the S. FERNANDEZ consumption JI".I01.ntltAl'." Das.u '. ".-,
:; ,NOTARY PUBLIC. SEA ISLAND ('hUton..Chemist, who Jan. 30. 185I.-tf Commissioner., pulmonary diseases,has indeed a vast IncreaseS Si.L. D.P.Nswjfl,25.. Urs. '. .
S 71
of 'v ''-
travel '
S No doubt is longer le. ow,let to this State during the fall -4. 5
.c.mmiuloner I us ate JL Cluk. Y. ..k
S.. appointed by the Governors'' )'I Gins in use, and the $ residw 100'me. months of those who seek the relief afforded by a H. V'. Eesk.SlSOi-.wleh Crwitla- .. .

the following Slates to take Testimony, Affidaiti from the general .This we think a'great J aCkS03ViUe Male Institute. milder atmosphere; and fa view of thu. tact the .... B. ....8 Braa ..,. i' .4.

I ;and Acknowledgment, to be used therein t but seven years, ho will and calculated to de- .' '. -' ... subscriber has determined that his I exertions' Baviaf....t4 witk Kraal BlcaMr a,.-CuD TO TM

"'Maine' Prices low, and the ye for yourselves. REV. I. SWART A. M. merit the patronage which shalls be;bestowed rCBLIC."' pat forth b j TU 8Uty *vTfTJiBiiBl Trnaiim
Virginia terials and of Vegetable Pill.I," PRINCIPAL. upon him shall. be without regard to toil or ex IB tk. Cl y.f 1\..y.k ra rUativ atariMcf tWm

'I : :Vermont, North Carolina, BOXES '. well known T aUi- I pense. SAMUEL'BUFFINGTON.' ".vat.B41 Xartaparilla. ia aialek peel tufaiBaiiUI1" Sn-

; S ;SUssachnsetts. Sooth. Carolina for sale cheap, and Cherry BUtera..O& Ratu. 01 Tuition.ston. Jacksonville.. .E.,: 'F.'.. October 8; .., tf '* I.is,.,at*OLD DX..JACOB TOWXIZHITS CAB.SArABILLA. .
1 S [ Connecticut rates. Dtl7Wm receive Orthography ....Uat aia4a Kr. .
Georgia, 'prom.pt Reading Doflning.AritJun tld. ky 3.Tswnsssiwt,
New.York, Alabama and Veumznehlp per quarter, .8- 00 : GEESTYPEEOUNDRY' : ,'".TJavanltBai,d..55,.aar41ally IS55S IB.tUt BjaJasw

yiLLELOsOA k H. McRORV,. Geography'Grammar .history, Compoad., ".wield,tbartfcra,eaaMaaUaatly.aiBMB4 its aiak 54
\. Pennsylvania, JklisssissippI 1 ;, MOMFOBD It HURlS, Jacksonville Elocution and Book Keeping a oa" ;N''128 Fultoa Street Sun Building. New York' '*. OM Dr. Ju.bi ..,, LuUU, a* 3. P'.*.a>tlalak

Delaware, Texu. N. A. HABDEK. E:F. Higher branches of an English Alathematleal JNO., 17 CanalStreot Row, New Orleans. .
lMS r..I") ..B SttiSTI .
- Maryland! augi.vaiuaoie .-11 B. F. SMITH, \ and Scientifio course, k .' 8 00 Newspaper PaMiaiien,'*-t"i-- <*.-...-..._._. J. P. C.fl.. WukfB ma..1' C....
R. R. REED k Co., The Ancient Lanruaees.. >, .. "in nn .11TH confidence J. Cf. L>MBtUr J ...
J___ S S A c .v vv I invite th Trade'betore Dr. D. W. Dy tl ft >....'. 4.
Land r'r. ? : ,Sale. quarter consist.-of el :weekfBd:two WY theyporehase elsewhere, to-givme .". O. .. r.iUUI* ,. 4*. .
For Sale. i\Jijr.m / -. session a day i 9 to 12 a, m,3 to 5 n. m. call at NO.I2SFu1tou street NeYor1r : a J.W. SlBIMlUB,Pk..llTin. 4. -
: PATTERSON It Kwo, Exercise ,or at No. ..SckaMt.ft C... AllmUwm 4. S Sfl55
8 A'gentibr tie commence l7canalstreet
t .A owners, the nnderslgned of- A. A. DELOBME,Dar ; dispose of;at private sale, on Monday, the 3d. day of Row'NcwOrleans,. "bere .I -r .lJI&NMk.I.5WsmbJ..a ,.4. .' H-- S
: Febrw.y.nezt.5S am
S : fes for sale J the>nwi*valuable ,tracts of J 110. S. Fruta Co. i on the St. Jonn'ri.. ready 0 1uraJ1b'&hem with aU kiudsef, linen P.Cr.cker.I,..B..anWe.. _
landto-wItz January 23 .1.0 n.AIIl..s.pIu.nus .. -,
1851. Ncwl.APEK .
J GEOKOB L,DROWN of Julington creek '4- SIt Trn of the newest and mod beauJ 4 ;'vJkBPlflBiBR.PitUkBriB ';
F .
Tbe' Low Tract situated at the head of Indian Wx. DKLL. : .above Jacksonville tlMstyle. I am also prepared to,supply the much ; .. B.',!...14. lMt.w*' 4 4.- ''-511. -. -
river,containing fire hundred acres jaore .WATEBHAM! Ocal be the most beautiful admired Seoteh"leUOr'"haYiag lat ,...$.VeCarir. BM4i.( 4. S .
Ahaa fiaafl tract of woodland in the rieiX J. W. P&.tPO,, U.healthiness; AinIrijator'i'Notjc.' from Scotland a'series.or th boauti1.procured JbB CTTB B.B,u.*.Jr. Laa.uka 44 ', **,
faces DvjlMMVB4
cCtb.twaoCJackonyWe:* '-- containing thirty 'A.4)VnAa kiO.., ,--occnrred there for: SIX MONTHS after date,we ahaD present all together withevery variety of-form aad &tena Cpkraiv P.1..U.BlMBibvrr '4-.i,: ,_ ,
.. :: '* unts aDd oru.UlIIENTAL '
H. Um. and comfortable, ? TOuchera to the Hon. Felix AnD JonlNQ TyR BoaDERJlG Ly'esa Cb554155. ... 4* Sa.
j 'A1 a tract containing one hundred acre good S of a large Livingston; Judge of Probate for the County of I feel&IIIIUJ'ed that the elegance 'Z. a. Lj,." ..sIreaS' '4.,"t"i ,. .
: .
1gj0.'taud.OQ Pablo creek DuvaTI l, for a final settlement of the orall the Type manufactured &ceuraey Uer..i .4 5'S.
Dear the moatJa of St. estate of 5W. by mo. a.. B.y. Wellokar* 4* "r :,'/ ,r :. -S
Ga. aanaot
the &:1'..rim. Marys; May is aflShtoSlraDgS mow:.Picket&,deceased,:and ,will then apply wrpaaed by any Founder fa the Union; b: al9. C. .. Dela.-.re 'Se S ,< .

Tee above tracts of,land will be sold at reason. Mt which formerly product for discharge from,all further .attention and. entirely new method In tl* mixing and :B1'1. S- ,&Mi41v..4.&C.'Wetteew w.::.. "y4. $555" .4.. :;; .,_. 5

..Dlepnees and on rood terms.: Addresir -S dollars and will shortly sponsibility fa the. premises. am enabled to maintain the.Tir&aea 0 the C<Urgl 5 V S ,1r.. .. C. \ B.tlet' ..- .----S-----S.. "5w .
A ijIo 08. bait or the dwelling house ent thrifty and healthy MARY PICKETT >f.f neat parts or the metal'aDd thus 0 coapo. SI D.IP. a..-7 .IT.... S.F .:0Pet" .1
AH indebted .
proda N
undin persons r. fa .
J&4'klOla..me.IM&rUae'C91U1 HotSiViare. The Post JAMES 5aitI.Wsi.t.It.. T. ,. S
Office Ai PICKETf
1 of Man. an elegant the monlOlid .L .r G.DIu. -
t1en JL beth M. Berrie. .tt and dtll"tl6 .Pri '
same whIch isoceupiod by Josephlrlnt make immediate ;and-,the .teamboa Adminlatrsto The offered 0''the'pubIio.To this .C.-H..... 51: ', \. 1._ ;
& house. on their I ::1RnvWe, Feb. I851., I.feature I wou1cl. In H .ry ..I'ra.l .
"li regular 8aa parti01llar '
all eall.'oar .1. .. .
bandreil aDd t-rti"&ereI'OD'i persons having lion D. J. 'St'S: "
ait i ; ; .Those wlshiag CO for BOUdity and durabilUy' (5b.rts&W. .. t .
to :of lfwsrk .
are requested present 'T" X. l. .
St. th .
principle ..
sssffsffAss: wUhinVbeMrae may call OIl 01'ad- '5 .U.. 'L UT 0.e' ofeoouomyvf-tha gycats.t impor. Tta."iv"
', Lewis tasss rlber' at Jckaonvilie t to an Q'pogr&phen.. The A ".tkl..Bdk..l' ,f Y\ '. j'q,,
HENRY D. ; mcmbeq >
COPA1rP4ERSmP J.bii.s.Jr.cr.rres
? ohbe
about ..
hundred heretofore
; one craft :
acres of,which B1 xlitfog will also fled me "
RNE. to
are ,pt.19th. ready supply aU :.1PI..CII..M 5 '.
hammock,and about S ofl3nlflngton<yan White klndsot 45 .o4ott't
thirty : hrllTJ1'lCJ
acre cleared Spring OrixcrFup.yg
T 8.10 .
: for ,- .
JS?' 2? ttpdivide4'one ,third of the tale Jin. } ; Hamilton 1'0.'...,taU S day dissolved.bv mntaaj men'of com ete Printing OfIle.. ,the tlCabliah. S.A/WlIMlaTrB.wirtlriar. ,i>-S 5.' 5-
Sophia Fleming'. dower, on Fleming -I- AdmlNltr consent., S. BUFFTNGfON Wood t neb aa. ,Tkaaiaa J. C.ral.k. N.". 1"f" n.---
Island 5 typeCases.
: ,.: ; .
: on a l.aton. IlTosLiesa WCtlav a 8U.fcB r assess : ''. .
the St.John',riven 'CE.ftT. and : XiJA ;
beanttTul Ioca&a7 .
a 5- ,; WoodRW
-. ; Six"mont1al after date ('Jacksonyitle .' Imposing Stoe. Composing S r.r.J L.vtag a .u..4e. r U
Alan an udividod one-third of abo.ut ten tbou- -- .. Ffb..1, 10.. h'i tf( Brass incL QI41yvRIets! SUoki1 .B Rifl.Vb.a41.rkC.. S do ::
S llaaclaem.itutecU. Nassaaconnty on Nastao Probrte for Duval county HOUSE. 5 t. Ao't'1". 101e'Racks. ...K.1. 0... 4. '4. '. -ft&** S

JUver, extedding; to Thomas';Swawn. .uUablo a. Administrator of. the 0. ST.Joita'sT' ..'f Columbia County Tat :Old Type taken In excbange S for 'De. ,r.WWp BaatlUae. c.., ..4.* 4... 5 _-S .
fast torpeodne lJDaU ikirts 1' t.I tr183O. CoWerfor'7e. 98e11t. Cssb.81i.a.IaM : *,* 5
of lb
hammock ton, deceased. per Th4 trade deal& witbTotftheolicited -4* 4*
;pant.tel *
0 Fraaclll'. tALie..J. ; May WxC the follow flY"VIRTVEof. thorii1Q in.bT> i wY' terms and! most liberal .. B. a..tJa .. 54. S '.
S patronage n.aa L
:. ... .. S McROBERT BAKE-S, !6, .witir the Buoy.atSt cii, I will expos. formic. fa. front of the Coart. furnishing 0 the-Spuxetl3ier article.on Lle' J1OUIld of 1. Z4.t...Dw'j, .:. .. 55
'. '. Attorney_M LavJsckonvUI PI Rp ; ; notice .n tht .n _. I. house daor. h ,Lb.tQwa .ot..Allin&op.OI1.1be he wilJ hi pleMe and p 'wldl,1aJoh S W554. 1&7Iee.1.,.A4a.a 4.4 .'r ;. '
S S r ; flaf.5 : flrtt Jfonday in June whleh'wiutring 'h I ,J... Da..IIe Cia.1' 5 5S4-S.
' A. D. 7' the .
., ; eeop7&t.' ):" : :.1.f { change'j--J; land/owned acres of worth of hU IDOIleY.4_ I ,A. ..1..11. CIae1.Mt.Ollie. '. .., ',.
: Sniitl *, ow\ l' ; _
Jby Wefcttr
; 'Ik' 1" ". '.. Buoys, fee.-. .' or 10:maeh .; Editor 1..G..7.C..A..L 1. .
.' thereof U .* the, State v.SMa.wftaSi .-. WIa: L. Pr.at.s, .. ;
feJamea W.', TO THE along the coast, or thereon ? and county lax due paper or I .LB.Jhy.Ptrv Tersanseik. '. ;4. '.

7 Bryrutf, OF THE or"ehannels, shill be & & a waaT ezpeiaea with an Brnr D. L.ih.p.-SX.w Xuba 0.4,, 'S' ', ,.
AnouJ.iJrD .
: 0CN1ZLLOR.AT.L1W; :that. P&al : >. ".of per and kind of Wto S7Si2i C.&LC.t..Prs.kU- g. ,' .
a'ci THE : thit harborfor ;Boundaries describedoB the day of aale. Cki.$ I...11.uSSsSn ..:. .,-., 1"
p I, ". .r.1Q t.U C IIltf recent eYe!'BambVrVtSn' 't .."l Si--- .A. J.LW1UaRTs attai&as who Whmrt lids J..CJ n.uw tkssilU .' ;:. ,., r .
.ft .tn.Cirt.iofFJorlda'Ua4"; BY a Let of .; Sheri6"nd and sea*. ...J.heC.PWa5..4... ;.4.LJ.kuSs.14sssvSn .', ; i/ '.".,.
the FM- (who have not blaok Buoy.with. 'K'Qt.TN'4au & addressed .
er CoBrt 'lor the Northern band to"N w)&VSffi. 'k..c-r. 'J, f .
sad aa4Colleeto top 4; "
District New
Fkrii abI S
of *., to BOUNTY LAND, for ; Buoys. wits i 'AtuPtor NolSth 'O YOrK will k paid fa'material.-oTiiy' S..1. isibsys 4. .5 "
.r -' "
.t eltber'PIlei: 1815O-21W1' :
; the widows Buoys 'I.A.Aluesut "
5ICtrS4eovldMthe ,
AuoAcxirr' or ,and ; s.-w---"
.. .MII'eIW six ,
< .
Uftl with timeS the HI Tt .. .
alternate :
> d alto white amount of ) I
: : e IN .cly their bill. for adertIsing- : -" .: ;"
.l ; S '
S ; ,
g. -j \' th.i-S&te.nipstiig fmderUke-ai>*("mod : .. ...;: ::" J 'Cl ftlt ..rti .' :/ _1', .Jl. H.-GR.E' ( 1 W. ,t.. S'uk.Ve. 5.. rI' .

,*t fraat.aaj. d.iLioas .of lands and'the location claims of those faterested. .-1...., "...'. .. : : tsriui':cmcurrOFFLo.tuDA.rj.'j # ;NIyfl iNew Yerkaj:! .] 'TJ .. --r 5
; ,. 'dlH'tOI. d1anblJaoo .. : UeCI ; -S -5 S 5 -+
Na.17V1ns14.KowNey. ,
c. ,
.1" .Dn" .
-," .; ", '.Jrr. -' fa soeb mattsr will : 4"' S S Corwrr: t .f 'J o'9. :,z eft <: .. tW' a .. .. ,Jfa",.' r"a- j
\j .,t'4JMJ I4iti : fadliUea to clalBuate :1a'Mooq : i' At : .' .' ., ,-. ilia.11: ,- Pa&rMII, 14' t.r ".__" ;.'
{, iI"I.rCl&b *imi ; T.r lf.G (. f ..tn.1a. '. ,. 'A ." < -.4.. W C'i. --S
vipoa :tb : UnlOd "; sad aaw. them,a :, ', 'N' I" ,. .- .- .- otf ; 1l
r1 itha' cwiS ancl. 'Where. ; l .A.A'-.. 'Ii 'S1S .,- '.th' C. t .ib t.'Itt.'rM"J.. .'- .1
; '1 II 'Wyp1i$3frlM&r4iwU barg. II made. All : I061 Mwrlment; ''jr.->. ;' t.. <'f" 1.jf' '' ) S I 'AUa1E&SON3rn terewameet" ".'; ', 'f}":fl.. ". ,". .

r5 S '., } T sj d for.Iw'nes;or. P wpt atteatkm,and, |h "consisting of Fringe! S .' um,1r.1,'li&cbiiiitJJ S .t-rort nnt.gIyii by.1Jfl'14 to ;; 'Ord %yC4'1roca.iot5orJ & I
; aad .
55. 1000.QJ..lri Fancy BIIUQu._ 8sppkr hLIifl I i4ce14ft d '
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