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: April 3, 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
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00075
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-BY APTHOllITY. For the purchase 'of'ordnance,' ordnance 'Foi backing''ana oinding the eainej, andfor ai'eer '1aY'be,ordered ,under existing Forjcontingencies, ffreight] .,"''ela.tepo" Ba r.-' ..i tJ ,' c

F stores and supple!;one hundred' thousand printing and publishing :hydrpgraphical b.all.be'paitout. of: any: unex cartage,: ,; zt-io fea; v:WjB.have:Ybeea) f fo!J .'
PUBLIC ACTS; dollars. surveys, astronomical ..observationsrand: penaed appro- advofate, per diem for attending courts mar: from lCtte vb'rt.tJ'te M 'Wz :

'P Md during ll 'Second Session ofth." For the current expenses 'of ordnance :gdirctions !nins' thousand. 'two,. hundred priate for.;:: mqey'service : ,Prowled" tia courts ofinqniry'and for constant la extrct., :EDne r. : : .

'TJalrlrdnt_ __Congrem. Y service, one hnndwd thousand dollars. wbeneverijftbetter route"between' the house rent, in lieu of quarters, burial of examine in,.search a ". -: '
For the manufacture amis at the national ,And the superintendent .of the, naval astronomical '-Pacific forage Pic'sor ": .
: Atantic'an' 'oceans is established, deud marines, printing, ,$stationery suitable r p .
*>* ACT maklnw/ PP1*? .t.ion. for the thirtieth support of thousand dolar. the set of ,the third of t, eighteen rnasterGeneratareoutboized to agreewitb oil, straw, furniturei;bed'sacks,' first impressions conveyed by Major. Ban

if the army thousand for the eight year ending hundred the and fiftytwo.Be For improvment and new hundred and forty eight, shall .': the present contractors' for:"th pacific"lin shovels,''picks, eare ter's tools,* e"ueS ard of the nature of the work.to bo 40e on .. '.

June, one the Senate and House of Representatives machinery at armory, 'twen same amount of salary a is allowed to the to change .the'te'rinas': of the"aditiona horse for the messenger pay.'of matron, the land.receive confirmation when shall
enacted by United Stales of America- ty-three thousand one hundred dollars. superintendent of the naval observatory 'at semi-monthly i service-hereby .washerwoman, and portef at bospital bead; have epmpleted.his examination, this favor ..
of the For and improvements, and new Washington while he has-been or may to secure the increased t6 ite -.
assembled That the followin repairs city a advantage of des quarter twenty-five dolar. project of:oar citizens, will be presented '. '
tn Congress the hereby machinery at Springfield armory,.(forty-sev be in charge 01 that expedition: Provided, patch and.econpmyand; ,in case the' reduc arrearages of.pay wl &ruec to .un .act.t"nQtaI.. to,invite'tha 1" '. : .
siims be, and' same are in the Treasurynot appropriated en thousand dollars. That the payandemoluments of said officer Openston for the change of"service John Rush;late sailing master; Cr confidence p h e n!;:'h' '.W,' i

out of any moniyr for the For paying the expenses of suits at law shall.not exceeftfor anyone year, the sum be.n :agreed on between the :parties, frs of >July;,. one thousand eight hundred await-with.impatience a' the aVlc:-'which
otherwise appropriated, thirtiethof supportof to which the superintendent of Springfield of three thousand dollars. the 'same. shall be referred to Cor'grePs.An&the thirteen, to ninth,of::August,'one then- will be brought by the;return de.A- -
the army, for tlie year ending hundred and armory has been subjected in establishing For'models drawings, copying, postage : loslatel qe'n rhia also: authorized sand eight hundred .and thlrtysve"81X, bama...;,They wi be six or eight w ; .
June, one eight the title of the United .States to public sttionery,' freight, and transportation for [.to. corresponding; arrangementswith thousand "ninety-five dollars l, and.seven ter,and,will a more decide tone,,t
fiftr-twp: land at that and in defending suit pay lithographer, and for working lithographic the present contractiors'.fpr the.tra'nsportatjonif ty-one'cents. : the ,officers..engajjed in .survey,
for pay of the army, two and millions ninetysix dol-- against him armor capacity, five press, including chemicals, for keep- the mail from New York to "Src., 2.n but further; !harferfrThat, thought it prudent to1assume.< .": ?..Q. J--.* .

thousand six hundred seventy iir the sond dollars : Procld That no part there- ing'' grounds and' buildings in order, for Chagresfjr the' of the' terminus of in time 'peace, or .while- .war-, is\not ;-. ., ,.
lars: Provided. That all promotions made of shall be accounts shall have finishing the grading of'tbe grounds, for their route., And until such better route be threatened, the stmers' ]'in carrying ., !*:J KJTOSA,10,17,. 1830._ i .
shall be '
Staff Department, or Corps AS been submitted to and approved by the Sec- pay of porters gardner, watchmeninstru- establisJeJ the Postmaster shall be, the .Unit 4"Sttes iail betwe n" New .I: hasten to inform yon, that at tbe'sonlhjera" :
in other corps of the army. ment-maker for" fuel! and all: the Gener \ and : 'under coast or the' : fTehuntepecat ,'
subsistence t retary of War **!* -; 'lghts antf hereby is,authorized. i into cpn: prk Liverpool,, bTplaced
For commutation of officers' For arsenals, one hundred and seventeen unenumerated expenses of the i tracts or to make suitable arrangements,for the'exclusive conttol64andiifficeted by the tbe'Ve'nto.l .haveohhd: an "exceueol .
fire hundred and seventy thousand seven dollars. office and national observa- : contractors, E.K. Collins and bis'associates h ] find
dollars. thousand five hundred and eighty-six hydrographical transporting the mails between Chagresand : rbr where"vels alBze'wn &
hundred and thirt'y. ine eleven thousand six hundred and The shall be with the \ ,:
for officers'horses For the erection of two magazines for tory, i Panama with regularity and despatch : Provided, same ,cone 1
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For commutation' forage thousand powder on the public lands, reserved for twenty dollars. PrOided The rate of compenstionshal; consent of the contractor) ? The Yentosa is a bay eituatetweIve'aie
one hundred and dollars. military purposes, at Jefferson barracks, For copying abstracts from old sea-jour twentywo per 4>S C.3. And belt'further tMe That, southeast of the town Tehuantepec
seven hundred and seventy-six of for of below St. Louis arsenal, and including! the nals for the wind and current cbarq and and shall cease on tbeestabljshmentof any .if, any' assistant engineer ;been approach to it from the Cordilleras' i %a un4
in'lieu clothing
For payments thousand sum of five thousand dollars heretofore ap. for continuing and engraving publica- new route between the'two 'oceans absentJrom tb ;United States.on duty at the interrupted plain; but it is necessary to'cross

ficers' servants, thirty-five dollars. seven propriated for the purchase of a magazine cation of the same, including cost of cop- greater despatch and economy. -oferng. time"others of his date .were examined' he the Tehuantepec river, the' depth of which/' .,

hundred and twenty of fifty-four thou-'! site at this arsenal, which may be appliedto per, stones, chemicals, paper, &c., in the .. Fer pieparing for publication the .. meri. ehalHf iiot rejected at a' subsequent '-examinationt'be'entitled vanes, according,to,the season, froar twCt -
For expenses recruiting dollars. the erection of the two magazines, twenty national observatory, fifteen thousand dol can Nautical Almanac, 41eteen thousandfour to Ohe same rank with fourteen feet :;the mean width of tbehTefi
And and forly-eifjhl thousand dollars. hundred dollars. \ them: For three months' extra pay to noncommissioned lars.For hs''jftiver1nnot several sites "suitable i '
musicians, and privates, SCBVETS. the repairs and erection of buildings For construction, extension, and comple- beassigned: to him E Joints, offering ** "" for' *
officers '
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United States Naval at An of the following objects and furcontinlnt mailtai ,original position on the I regis;
at the Academy tin 1
doll.1rll.For For ; '
ten thousand continuing the surveys of the northernand .. I The bay,of the Ventosa is large and sheltered. .
kind million sev- napolis, Maryland, fifty-two thousand five, expenses at the several navy yards, ." .1 .
northwestern lakes five thousand .
subsistence fifteen twenty hundred dollars. viz: I &EC? 4. And be it"further) enacted, 'Thathe Its shores present'an'extent of.6200
entv-six thousand fifteen dollars and dollars. rule established in the preceding" section I feet: essels aU enterand depart with, e' .
For the of the United :
cents. LIGHTHOUSES. States Naval contingent expenses .t Porsmouth New Hampsttire.' shall be applied to the ,,cases of Joshua Fol- wind f8 any,direction., It "is a.much "safer
For clothing for the army, camp and gar For completing the lighthouse on Carys- Academy thousand. at Aanapolis seveu hundred, Maryland of quay /,vhar! lansbee and Isherwopd.who. were prevented I harbor tbaa Vera Cruz ;fin this" latter,port; :.' .
and twenty-six
rison equipage, &c., two hundred forty- fort reef, coast of Florida, seventeen thousand dollars. across the hea of timber-dock, tling by reason , two thousand five hundred and tlurtye'gbtdollars dollars. around floating-dock bain, pavements from being present afthe'examination'oth.er-. I tween vessels and the'shore Is.jnterruptedALtbe. .
and sixty-five cents. For completing the foundation and conctmrJ'inn For contingent expenses that may accrue around timber-shed, magazine wharf, ed for officers' f their dated I :Ventosa a'norther great:violence -

For the regular supplies_. Department authorized('iig number North' pier, at Chicago, Illinois, four thou transportation, printing and stationery, wharf, and filling in. east of number four, f for continuing preparation and publication -:and tpe.Sea,to my great surprise, was scarcely
forage o in kind for the sand four hundred and ninety-eight dollars advertising in newspapers, books maps, repairs of kinds, thirty-one six of the"eiploring expedition agitated. : 'We passed across iHn.:'all' directions
horses mules al thousr
and for the ,
of officers' horses, and for 'fl"hewrk '
and thirty-nine cents. models drawings purchase- re- hundred seventy-three d91 .rs. ; l 'pay' or. the scientific ,an j continued our soundings'with* <
and oxen of the Quartermaster's Departmentat For the thorough trial, and for maintaining pair.of engines, and machinery, and a for i cutMifficulty. The .waves ofhe" oceawcoht
At Boston Massachusetts. careoIproerty, printingand
and stations, corps payment
the several military posts ; of light onBrandy\vine Delaware patent right to. use the same, repair and attending ? and other contracts under the be seen at a distance of :six or',seven
and the armies in the field, and for the of bay, from October the first shc, thousand on steam engines in yards purchase For completing sail-loft"a'f cordage store law of paper egbteen: hundred and forty-two,"authorizing miles; and 'not nearly, as heavy'as those 'of..
horses of the first and second regiments eight hundred a'nd fifty, to March thirty- and maintaining horses and oxen- and grading 'Land paving, for completing storehouse the and publicatiwiofsaid the Gulf. '' '*: '|fc
dragoons, the eighth companies of light one thousand eight hundred and fifty- driving teams, carts, limber wheels and the number paving, griin'g, works thousand dollars! We asb! witnessed the effect Mbe:south
the regiment of mounted riflemen, frs and of workmen's tools and filling in between numbers' twenty-five f.
artillery, six months, one thousand one hundredand purchase repair twentyseven SEci6. theSecretary. wind which prevailed on the Sriand 4th of
and the naountd' infantry, of straw for sol of public letters, furniture for Gov- and twenty eight, twenty-nine and thirty, AndbeJtfurlherenactedtba.t
forty-four dollars and twenty-four cents. postage .of the be directed the ,month;and notwithstanding its violence;
diers' bedding, and other of blank stationery books, including for the ,* SKC. 2. And be further enacted, That of ernment houses, fuel, oil, and candles for grading yard, paving guter drains, &t., the wreck of the .steamer Navy Missouri to to be cause removed -! the waters of,the bay' were tranquil, andl '
company and the seventy-two thousand dollars heretofore navy and store stations, cleaning and clearing cistern, near ropewalk { the harbor of Gibraltar in such I we went about in our boat without trouble.
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certificates for discharged .soldiers, up yards, watchmen, and incidentallabor dredging slips, for c i ;
army appropriated for the payment of eight companies mpleting"tteamtugs node as shall deem The bottom of this bay- is in general a1
blank forms for the pay and Quartermaster'speJlartmenL of Texas troops, the amount whichas not chargeable to any other appropri- and water-tanks, repairs of all kinds, expedient by con compact send quite'suitable! good an- : 'il
tract otherwise and that
and for the printing of divisions ation, labor on delivery of stores fifty thousand dollars. ; eighty .
been paid by the State of Texas shall attending be,- and hereby Jappropriated Put of chorage; but on the western side--theris a; :
and department ciders and army regulations be paid! to said State, or its properly constituted and supplies on foreign stations, wharfage, At'New York. in the not otherwise bottom where this sand is mixed with elay, '. (
: six hundred and thirty-thousand dollar. dockage and rent, travelling of any.money : Treasury ;; ,
agent and that the amount due to the expenses For a saw-mill number forming the best holding ground possible.
Cl.termasters ..- smithery twenty appropriated, may be.necessary to defray
For the incidental of the officers funeral store and office a
expenses of officers, non-commissioned officers, andprivates expenses, four, quay-wall continued, cob wharf, redgng the el'ensc'of This part is 2700 feet long by :1800 'wide
Department eon4Ztflg received and post-1 sent! he paid to each by the pay department rent, stationery and fuel to navy agents and1keepers channels on Umber shed, pavingtter-;; Approved, removing'sd\wreck., forming an oval. In this spot the. least
age on letters nl.dpackets' service I in the usual manner, estimating their flags, awnings, and packingpremiums ing, a cisterns, gutters, aiidjlead- r depth is 26-feet the greatest 56 feet; almost I
by officers of the army on public pay in accordance with the provisions of the I and other expenses of to and every where 43 to 50. feet This' part"oftha
martial and courts of in. I w shiphouses ?, filling Un le flPSn lu a Bad Way. ..
expenses of courts Jaw for paying volunteers during the Mexican iting, apprehending deserters, per diem imber-pond and low places, engine bay form the best and most sheltered an' (
UNCLE SOLON ROBINSON well known from't .
additional lous ,
including the compensation I courts martial and
to .
qniry war, soon as the amount due each [>ay persons attending &c. of all chorage. i& i-
dock-gates, repairs ,
advocates recorders members, and s tber.side of sunrise to,the Everglades of
to judge of inquiry, other services author-
hall be of- Our
ascertained the
soundings commenced on.the29th
by court hundred and dollars.AtPhiladelpliia. were
witnesses, while on that service, under the ficeis of the Treasury. accounting by law, pay of judge advocates, pilot. fifty thous'nd Florida; as a clever; sober, 'sensible, well- November and.finished on 17th December "
act of March sixteenth, eighteen hundred and of vessels, and assistance meaning. nan-, has agreatny'friends in *
Approved, March 3, 1851. age towage ,. They were made step by tstep, .
and two, extra pay to soldiers employed in rendered to vessels in distress; five hun- For slip of ship-house G, addition to wal the Union who will regret to lenrn hi presi ted.several,times on different days .witl -the -
the erection of barracks, quarters storehouses dred and twenty eight thousand seven hun of basin, and filing in'old timber, dok, cut melancholy situation.:, .When ; passed minutest care and most scrupulous aecuracyT"'
and hospitals, the construction of [PCBLIC-NO. 18.] dred dollars. repair of all % twenty-four thousand. through this city, )last winter, he wa in anapp.uentlr One boat "American Committee,? was used.:
other labor, under the four hundred dollar sound 'state of mind and body, .
roads and constant
For the floating dry-dock in
AXCT making ppropriatiob for the naval Californi3 in sounding oat to a distance often, miles; _
direction of the Quartermaster's Department, tervice for the year ending the thirtieth'of one hundred and fifty thousand. ; ?, At Washington, DC.C. and proml.e fair for 'a tong life of usfnt: the depth gradually.increases,, This: table/ ..
for of not less than ten days, under June:one thousand hundred and is ness lf nd"the'' public, \ .
periods eight fifty- the Secretary of the Navy hereby required !givesyou the-result of.the .. '
For timber-dock and sooadings i. 4.
filfing ,
the act of the second of March, one thou two. so to modify the contract alleged to up ordnance sw-mit. several years past he has served in the capacity At the!,distance of- ,. *, ..t,3
sand hundred and nineteen, Be it enacted by the Senate and House the seventeenth machinery, of correspondent to several
eight expenses of have been maderpn Januarylast eleven wharf and slide-lathes 350 Ct fr'm shore the depth is from 16 to 19 ft
of expresses to and from the frontier posts lepraerifativcs of the, United State of Amer- as to confine the sum' to the construction completing ,establishment to, of the leading agricultural and literary periodicals : 40Q. H I* ,u U "I7tt22, ?*'
and armies in the field of escorts to ira in assembledThat the following die completing copper-rolling of the country. Shortly after his arrival .
pay Congress of the floating dock alone, without 'r t .506 ','. .?* M 18ra24 '- ;
masters, other disbursing officers,and trains, sums be, and they are hereby, appropri. basin and railway: Provided, That contrac- convey water.in to the yard, reservoir T pipes, in Florida we had some':intimation I ,6OG', & :tt '.1_ j9i5. _
where military escorts cannot be furnished, ated, to be paid out of any money in the tors will agree. to do the work at the estimates &c.and, wharf-crane railway ship-house paint and shop through the 'oe\sppel.of.,his having experienced 700 :', ." .20. ".28 ,
expense of the interment of noncommissioned -; Treasury not otherwise appropriate for made by the Department in Novemberd brass-foundary tank- a f 1.a di.sider.of 800 u 23 .f 30.' .
officers and soldiers hire of laborersin I the year ending the one December last i An provided That the shop, (raising one thousand story,) dollars.repairs al the heart, peculiar to tSat latltute, which 909 ', 5 :t. .27"34,*, 4 C'
hundred -
the Quartermaster's Department, including thousand eight hundred and fifty-two. Secretary considers said estimates, fair kinds one caused .us entertain for hissC'ty. 1000" & 5 529 ,'t 36Yours&c. U
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hire of and guidesfor For of commission warrant and said At Norfolk. .' For some time'we' heard nothing '
interpreters, spies, pay petty and reasonable; and so much of law as .,. .:' ;. 1T. ::
the army, compensation ot clerks to officers officers and seamen, including the engineer authorizes construction of the bailiand For a sea wall at St. Helena, brick saw from him.. Tht last mail from Tallahassee, .'. l" !'J8 S '

of the Quartermaster's Department, corps of the navy, two millions seveu railway is hereby repealed : Proided, shed, cylinder and exhaust pump and apparatus however, brings us the melancholy confirmation ,Tmtr.'RPEc., J n. 30, .185J,01
compensation of forage and wagon-masters, hundred and seventy-one thousand four before making said contract, the Secretaryof water-tack and cpstans repairs of our worst apprehensions, The disease ._have found in the:bay.of.Salina. Cruz
authorized by the act of July, one thousand hundred and forty-eight dollars. the Navy shall give at least sixty days' ill kinds, fifty thousand eight _ol- to which we have alluded has extended on Puific'shore, another harbor where- t I'
eight hundred and thirty-eight, for the apprehension For pay of superintendents naval constructors notice by advertismenjt in the usual way. lars. from the unfortunateman's 'heart to his vessels .will find a good safe,'and deep an-! .. .

of deserters and the expenses and all the civil establishment at For transportation of the United States At'Pensacola. head and SOLON ROBINSON-the 5ber. se chbrage- Lt. '. > >: :,& 5
incident to their pursuit, the various expen- the several navy yards sttions, ninety mail between New York and Liverpool, ,. SOLON is a.: victim-a-hopeless.victimof This bayisabout two miles to the west of.
ditures required for the first and second regiments thousand nine hundred and Sxty! lars. between New York and New Orleans, For permanent wharf, paint-shop, and .the self-consuming! nsa late< passion} the Yentosa, seforated from it.by the peakolCerro1orrubctween

of dragoons the eight companies of For provisions for commission, Havana, and Chagres, and between Panama cooperage, completing' guard-honse,. wharf which has, in allclimes'and'. hal! ages of these .two bays.. .
lIght; artillery, the regiment of mounted.riflemen ana petty officers and seamen, including and some points in the Territory of. near .storehouse number, twentY-tlx1 tar, the.world, 'made wreck'oomany( noble there .ome others thaf are small and dan .- .' '
and the mounted Infantryincluding engineers and marines attached to vessels Oregon.- eight hundred and seventyfourthousnd pitch, and oil-house, storehouse, for sbels hearts. This ismelancholy'tidings; for his ger rhe.twobays of.tnet Yentosa",and :
the puichase of travelling forgesblackKmiiU's -I lu oca eervice, six hundred and >iffl iy- : six hundred dollars: Provided, That Muse for: boiling tar, pitch, &c.., fjends,'especially those of masculine singular of.Salina Cruz, are*'at about equal distancis
and shoeing tools, horse anJ mule eight thousand and eighty dollars.! Provided no payment shall be, made for said services water-tank, rail track in yard, fences,.an ,number! But they are inpart to blame; f rontiKe; tawa iTehuantepec.There. '
shoes iron hire of veterinary surgeons and That[ no commutation of rations except in proportion to the mail .eivice out uildiJg8 for houseS repairs bf f for why'did .t ;. even with his some'bi1Ln'the plain .which-/extend, frontTehuantepec
medicines for horses and.z iilesr two hundred allowed except to officers and their atten heretofore performed, or' that may be here all hundred tbousn dolars. silvered lock.';lrst.u! beard to to Salina Cruz,.but;thevaUeya: '

and *twentv-five thousand dollars. r._ daD1 and for the spirit nart of the rations: after performed; and thaVlhe, Secretary"of iftM.np1iu. _. S grander to.;th&Jand_ flowers/the!! : seductive between jtien) afibrd an easy. passage fox.therailrosiL '
For the.purchase of horses required for person not actually attached to, and the Navy is hereby directed t make:,pay For p' e'.va the ,public! property cnarms .01 waose.ueaueeaugoersre; : ".-?, ,. ,.\ ,.*
the first and second regiments of dragoons, doing duty on board a seagoing or receiving ment in said proportion only:Provided, at n'.ot, and,;for the such as to endnger-even the heart of astoicl The bay of? Salina Cruz.projects':deeper
. the eight companies of li .artillery, the vessel, and the petty ofcrs seamen, also, That the Secretary of the Navy. be, alk s place, fifty,thousand, .rop. Why did to 'iam"aToo in mto tSeland than that pfr the Ventosa; ,the
regiment of mounted riflemen, and the and ordinary seamen, the ordi- and he is hereby, authorised and directed to 'Sacietes Harbor. that ever veNent'sunn11and extreme poiatsjwhiche closeit on the eastindwest
mounted infantry sixty thousand dollars. naryfof the navy yards, shall be allowed a 'require the several, advances of, money, At skies and air beauty! advance .farther :.into':the sea.-4
'constructing, repairing, and enlarg- ration' And provided further, That .no made under the act ,Congress, August For repairs of bildingfillhg; invgrading, and ,make love infectious 1But jL is it< These points ate the extremes of the ranges

ing barracks, quarters,. hospitals, storehouses rations stopped for the sick on board Yes- third, one thousand eight hundred and forty- repairs of all kmd twAlfeusand, f three hun. late for':regrets'. Spton has.,trespassed., of hills vdich shut irTt&e bay .j The whoW -
stables. wharves, and ways at the sels shall be credited to- the hospital fund, eight, ;to*the; difer-nticontractors"or! their dred dolars'.J;.; T*'*1j' that enchanted:'ground-he has gazed upon length ofrlb'e curve formed by tne shores-.

several posts and army depots, for tempo but shall remain arid be accounted for by assignees, for mai..steambip servfc toJ be -j'j'f, tJ .K H PI: ,'viz-:, .f\. those skies'breathed'the perfume-laden, the bay, is 4,000 ya l!.. :'t" 'y*" '

rary cantonments. and the authorized furniture the purser a part of the provisions of the refunded by.deductons compensation '. _.. ..,, Boston G-k and basked ,in the love-light f'.bnbteyes nthI8.ba we remarked .tha\.the"Dort1a1.
for tlie barracks, rooms of'.noncommissioned vessels: and that the rations of office; and of. eah per .cent.-,annually, : : such as only I0urie see with, era had but little effect on:theVafewe're r. indwe, ;
officers and soldiers' gunhousesfor others of tbe'nav.sent to tbe.hospital onshore reckoning the adjustment of the advancesto For repairing, ainting;' whitewashing, ,a goner! (any u ( ht. we say; Jet 'able to'go about in a'sniall boatwbds "..

the protection of. cannon-including.the sh to the hospital fund} all.the lines,-,:from"the commencement of ling, furnaces'ranges, &c.;., fi/teenr- ,hun. them'read the following, la we cut i.they were bio,ing.. Here are Qxtrscmndlnrsi ;

necessary tools and materials for the objects ath'e cost only the'reofjand; the Chief of the the performance 'of their fespcctive.'mail'serrice .. x .' from'his?ravings' in the :Tlah ;.Flot- At thedlStanceof"t .: .

enumerated, and for rent of quarters and offices of' Provisions, and Clothing, with :>fAnd'providedfurther, That the: laid /.:At.JewY. )rk.;;. ? "-. jSf.Fqr .- an- ., IT.,! oJ -':, "".':i-iTj':-.' '
for officers and barracks and hospitalsfor the approbation .of .the!.Secretarfof the contractors or their assign's-shall'from!' and plastering0; paintihgv/repairs: 'of'furnaces THE JESSAMINE.The 250 f h'oretbe.dipthtafroii'Il to22! &**; I

troops.where there are no.public.build- aY1' pres rlbe all such gla's.m after the. age of this act, payjnterest on ,*banks,'wall, p ving9f flagging,buildingforlaboratorywatIaiound Jesaamine blooming in wild shade,. 3OO".. )' '.a'S... .:... ..., '. .. ff 2t .
ings for their accommodation, for store- relation to stopping such the balance sid advances .ftill due, at : grave yard,' gra- The sweetest offragraacett.eipning flowen made'; 4001 &' j 7. :. 2."'34" 5.: '-". .':c."
Louses for the stfe.kepingfmiIitary stores, sure a faithful'accountability for the rations of six till setting' trees, and other repairs fifteen But a Jeui -min< grw in'a garden near by ; 500 J "; .Ii'i': 244O":.' '
jhe rate per cent per ann m; paid: ding J ., More 'than thfl wild one,'more to the eye. .... .' .. '" 4''.
: i' -i6f
and grounds fur summer ,cantonments ,and stopped for tbe'siek on board vessels,'and Arid olio provided furtfor. Thai the Secretary thousand, .dollarsV .,11 Vft lee fa ,7oo.I'aI5: OJ.,4.. .&. .' .
four hundred thousand dolUrt. "* The Jessamine gtiafoii'd like gold in the sunj, 1000 U.II. &I 40i:1.: '. { ?> 1
encampments, ; t insure due credit to the hospital fund for of the Navy and the Postmaster General 'At '
Or dew
1IJIo.-. the rations at cost of thos sent to the; hospitals be authorized, by:andwith the consent of, 1 Phiapha'stabledrai sand But a Queen dropsofailverjuetreadytaruflr.Flower of bcaufy, .bright*8'star, The depth .ttr iner' i I1. .; t.; .
For mileage reallowance made,to, officers on shore;; the said regulations go the contracting parties respeetivelyi; rearrange ;For removing rebuilding Gives.light to tha'Mooes t 1&1 thro"b.the a..tAIurpoor.LIl chart'which I.wiWf rward.willow. : ,,:; \ JI f
stable excavation'and.grading
to '
water ,
for transportation bl themselves'and baggage into effect on the first day of the'succeeding the running:.of mail r We truly soundings fh bufc; Ji.J- : : .
when' travelling bo' dutyj;. 'withouitroops month after'their l receipt"at yards, st'.mships s a to aord Unite.Iore direct ts deft* wan.on'eotb side of. Shippen'Sr eti painting curbing i ; imagine tha omiir we'se In my opinion; the Yentosa :is .Jimerab.' i I Itd .
one hundred and thousand stations and along ppei"etreet Salina Cruz lor.the. that tbe..
twenty. on boar vesls. psUch \ the ports UDted States &c. kinds, bUn .now jithat. bol&ffight. fis over. very.reasoa ; : .; j f'
dollars., ? ,,Foraurgeons', ries ,and appliances .odJhe., Isthmus; vofiPanama:. Provided, bousetiron-rinpJ hundred al r ghtfan6ynounted ''on hi" latter deeperpand also because 10 certaili j -
For transportation of,the army,.including for the sick.and hurt'of the navy, jncludi1 That the Postmaste.Gcnerat'shall!!..maintaina tbousa eight-,- rd thirty-. his dreu'dsorderedand hWeyes Pegus winds vessels could not enter.or'.1e ttrtlae'e'' !
the baggage 'of the' troops when,'moving, the marine corps thirty-seven tho sandsix. I semi-monthly' "mail .between;Cbatleston, :.seven dollars.1 ';' <... -; ,...-..1. ., frenzy/rplling/.while he amongilhf latter baywhilst any' wind* 'would 'Mprctheii '

tith'er by }land. or>water,of ,clothing, :camp I hundred dollars." ,I Sava n h,'aDd the J. --AV*t: 'r' AW07.1". t*/,*.' .. stars,..thaT.silver beard:;of.h 8( ,streaming outup purpose i theTormer. ;*> : .
and 'garrison equipage and horse 'equipments .For repair of vessels in oriD; and for I uance of tbe 1Javna and also to ont For geie1)rp r. five, h'usa4oUars, the night, like the.vapory tr$ of some 'You,will! easily conceive that'ibe'4eepei. .

,'from the depot at P.iaelfhiao.e wear and tear' of vessls, ,including .I the service ,.from Panama California and 4::,Pesacoza.. ; ..'" ; U" e'roinet. .' What a' ;'situation I the waters ofa haytbe"greater.tbe' .:fcngthiof .
several pOlt and a y depoti.aubslstence; fuel and purchase hemp.one I i Oregon ( :wi the'/ ri *'jequjred !Yorwl1 I".A fo.an; ,"6f a family !"-Sav.News. hain that must be let out, and the great : ; '-

front places LFqrba, ad from; the million three1 hU'ndre3nd sixty-five thoil- by the form' on' the Atlantic sid around hospital : ? ,' .. -, eMfedJstarrte'of'veaaelsfroffli ich other fand .
places'of! .delirerf1nde J .ntrt to; sncbplaeek'as sand dollars: .Provt&c.Tbat the Secreta of the ;ont. ingthe; tripisVof ing'and filling 'poias'repairs4 of kinds ...,.TuEiToBA Jf'l co"UouiJnNoiAttle-! tnotwithstandinj-'every':prefcutioa:byby .

)the. service of the .Nav1'al, hereafter: purchase the It line to semi-inonthlyj r Proviaed, four thousd red and Jfttdolrs. )bOrongh: ; Mass.i, there"is'kept in a ratnnngdetblisfr.ent ;vessels sO'situatedcollisions"take/placwtientbey .

may require it to be ntforjdnanceandordnance ; the : navy, in open marltifjJ; 'That Pace i j jncrease L service'on the Pacific MARINE COflP$.!;? ,? a-'large'mastifl: 1 | areweIghioganchortw"sny* ,

str and small arms from the foundries .. be ..procured, American hemp L8.c.atil side,shall be taj t,.firrate nptexceedingseventytfive ,For pay of pfficefs, npn-commissipned! : in a.quid ot tobacco, thing.Wand a bmZ.;._'bJow, ," .. /' >' J. f, } T,;.J..J. ., .
are .arsenals,' fortifications equal to the best foreigtazicle. .cent upon'jbe ambuiit now cersj musicians' ,, and servants and : For"ordnance 'and'.ordnance per \' aDd' for ba&be'hecomto its itie that .BE.tvmVnJfJ.ici.i cJhe rJeana : S
,: ;arydepl 1 paid 'for theJPacfficjserviceVjand; t6be per- ; fflcers, .pay So habituated -
.regbt.tolls, :and. ;/ : small arms, including;incidental tre'm formed, in'eteamships built"accoWihg'to; the undrawn fbthing,'two 'hundred'and twenty beura 'l bave,: .andjwil! sit,all,day ;:i in i6 apeaksofirug, fairdWtbeautifl w&I ..: '
hire, of torses, mules. oxen. hundred and seventy-one.thousand' twp none 'fipe t subject j a!Wt! e cla.uses J one:thousand.f our hundred dnhlars thetcentre pf the' Pie iwipr aaywithreat man,. hvith& most ewee\1y;UpretlSlYe ,'>

wagons;carts, ;dri..ships, .and otber.eeagoing hundred dollars:;.ProwtfccZ-; That ,the officer of. P A;o. c ,beneq lat :.to.theUnited. .: I Fprprovisiofle.iatipe .: : rTiflgLofl: apeti ac Tefish!, He'became ey.eunsurpasaingly.wo ia : -.
Te1' "for the transport thared Wit the experiments ia, gunnery at .. cntJ; Ppsfmaster;Gen' : shore, fifteen thou Jar H .1 playing Wfth 'old waa arrested that.tJny' a few 'dnyf lance;' 'S ;" ,'c' '
tions applie and garrison purpps. shall htre'after. -' eral.is'herebyliAJthqrJyed ld. ip l lude ih'lhis| f.Fot clothing, fiff '81X hun gers5.s the ad ofaegarsare. rjrofe sbn.i aadangeuinsa .Selhlth en' : : t t
,fo drayage and cartage the"' .pst .' Y1'y&J..tlbirgo: '! f .a'. com-' arrangement,euci a'provisibn for'jhVtranBjdrtation' : hundred and'ono i doUaft f.' 4! .alijr.ternied>;10:>* p 1'bl'two't. our.IOL. says:the,editor,*to ]oob*faoa sdfaoltlfesas :*. t t
hire of teamsters ;of *. '.' # find atlerigthalaste'was i thatofibebflwb1J : ". ::l J
; transportation jnander.ateea< : .? ; 'of, th'e Jeue snails Inrthe: Fo-1uel,1sa tboun 1liWf slonally asoge luamoqtJ"Dul ,
for the> pay and other Disbursing fmeleorolpgical: :l.pb eiqrations.tq ie steathsbiptotthe( ,cb'ntra'cfors' ruining 'qt r.Cf; :I ; I lighted.np>y the strange ;. 3P" I
ments, the expense' of:sailing public uel&conducted under the direcion}of ,the ,ql be tween N'ew'-yb' :and Cbagresfiw in hisopinIotthepAbJiceerice !. armorers, acQutremen9Oflaqce9Sflgedms'fif ; which-balnlnC.1ncr /and'be has-now. ufflv.her,eyea flashed forth A ',-"; :1"f" i.

: ports on the various rvers th Gulf of'Mex"ico tiry of the'Navy; two toQddolar may detaiiot} &'rtd VuTcal Instrunients, bet a Aere1.t! t'toaD.. q"e 65."thewritten troaW and the At n '' d for, Fnr tparb | hal. exceeding'in'Vhold''the. arnount1ajsinlimitd eight thoIAnd'dolar. < j *--. &DCb1 tf tDfj eetohJ; '
ao.P 1
-; procuring water at \ : Ithrner.tuztaoarequir tical 'bo'use' *tbecmpnsto : ,For trnip' 'officeFand:"troops, Transcriptwho .say the aJoin5-Roxbary: demand., h \ ud:peas, nyy.eflrt1QUafl4 uieo. ; An.lTi"rth"Tba and' '1ieruiting "nine;:hoOd has.formed the'same'nseJancho.1*.Tiabit.He 00'M&J.: ."a ftI\nIt'f-... I ., ,<:.

J ft distance,.one ala'dollars. .i 'J ; ,, For the parchrse"O.f' hunr d9ar.,p ; fom.- b- teen M.i J-fi na rjce Un4 p81:!: '. .,! t haeVsneaklnp.'Bheefwti-'look'.as'if:hewerftbalf tori Pft'.bet' ,dr <.od.l *WoW :S ".
For.the !$ and charts; required for teps oftthe'navy fknd for such 1' '* QrJepa.1raof:barr cks/and nlif4teD1orarybacs.od ? aware'of rhls>d sa3atiort.fi He is seem ; .irgii4_ JpftOCOPCeiuua oaibs"'.

sixtythoiisan4f three htta4re t.ptent.! eightTtbbosaqd! bq and ififLydol.! for orntad' Onll; ')bf excec
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'.1 AosAlKUoni. "ss d by_the.glslatarc of FLORIDA REPUflUCANTEUIsp.AY *; ;TO*.Te'lmaatepe Rent i'TOL 1cB( iVriUtnfrtfFinite RtjUit* F and ,nij ,jnjiOcintthern --u--. .,'' .

MtMoarl.Resetted .' : ., . : c o TpfcijB Ui jif5XsvTlBxKIJ* Bw*" ease of attack, : r
1 1'he Ole DeZtabllhis a letter ( c'
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. That; in the opinion of this .J.A"O K,--;.8,0' -,'"HV, r'lV-,, '! i'? ''. dated .,teCity" .of Me 17t1torJab- "Voyige toibe;: !Mauntu,";derlb.a few :}Iit.n, "Lsdi5ofkl.tWe1Hsg; or. eluded to hare them noVlt C
t of bodies ,1 "* J'
House tbe practice conveningaucl > > < .- s "rfi ? 1 U I'l .who '
that the 's-z eyftnmtntft perfonrtM bya : forentoe; one, seeaed to. be
as the Nashville Convention is'dangerous APRIL': 1851. ,: uary, saying t Senate, in :secret session !> j iirti"ifl1sr.1f.fl5X0f t in.

in its tendencies, calc lated .-lost i ," : ?. L.: 3t >.,have. declared the!gran|;of :iight:of ani.4h Fly' over'.a CkchWo, doultwhether fd i tbthc ,. nocent from his belnflf, loaded;.who. pra.

ectional the1 bond I. r the' 'most' finished E.P., can snr- ; for market at.yent.Crn;vni spared
jealousies, and to weaken INVALID" way to Jose Gary,across the Isthmus of Te- Whtl i'J t&i
t' of the Union. The people'of Missouri will 'forefeited"and'void\ : thy 1 tdtmi ;s.thrulins. a proclamation to.the Garrili .
huantepec,' : ; cpnst- perormanc W G
"with ,nd Our cotemporary \btfAntjent City very j'tbis ral
; cooperate organized : .. .f4 c e HerI ,' h;gweral ,. .
., North or South, the al.rentobJect of which properly repeats ils'warning Invalids,' hof qoentlyGarysaleto' P.'Jfarguaiidiubquent Although the cockroaches" abounded,J inconveniently i'D ti shrine! teuaD. lii' ii.r

f'': may-be'to foment national .discord, alienate to' be too hasty in' ven uring-.tbeir'; 'return fe sales are entirely nuU.Tfte; letters. at the: -it was not bo ."e ,. th.prl I

f;, '. one portion of the Confederacy from anotner Northward. .How many have..regretted ,a I appear. authentic. .' .,.a. ?*. "' without pity that I MauritiuS. asthey1ienenUy .t- Weary: marches time S baUJli w' : ItD: Mexicans IDe. The "
or to diminish the veneration of the peo. When aw*j from tt pine j Tii. : Ar 10

pie rot the union of the States. too early departure fiom oUr genial atmosphere A telegraphic-. -- --r.-_btt._ :,."Mi; wicked.-jookina were,insect to jMDrch a'living resembling grave by'a a 'Thawithin' my retreating; not wis injure you r or' your,rcll;

Resolved That the House emphatically and found_ that by so doing they have : Mallory.! &s written 'a 'jelterdecljmn! .tfie fly. It; was imflossible! to witness .Oatwa pleasures 1 resign; 10 will .act'as: fnendsfifriendly c'and J
Spanish .
denies the doctrine of secejssion as maintained thrown away the benefits first acquired by a Senatorship because elected by.Whig4vot& his proceedings.combined with his"glittering '* with fiItbM mem'7 M' e\ manner they' wll.. 'treat, ;J.
and ,
t ,
"dissents v-
the Southern ,
from by the resolutions of statesmenvund the Nashville Conven- residence here.. 'Better.try.to secure what is Hn which:we .think:,the,'*' lightnIng line? blue and green dress,without imagining the ,List berstozyofIrepeated. ,: ? J fight, come; out, and.da it honourably you
As,thine dear is'greetedV taj
iu- image
lion'as; ; enclosed to his Excellency Gov. gained than .peril it, by precipitancy in this has 'done Mr: ,M..some )injustice,'orhe assigns selfish nocenf demon victim.to'of a pantomine perpetual ,entombment leading'an in Graven on that inner shrine.Burnlnjj ., ; not a parcel.like of midnight murderer*,' iffeWjthave

erhor, by tbe.Hon. C. J. 'Me of cause to come this ,
DoN U.D. matter. the weakest .and most pr preposterons .cockroach ) way aj 1
,,Let the
haunted ,. "
cavern. -
and the Governor is requested : some lirrgbti.; *iltgoot. man I can
Georgia, respectfully and glowfog every
TUB AVEI.AKA. reason_ that ever. aii.incnmoent,. ,. harassed, ,by a be moving never 8 briskly across the wall, pare, houses and b
to return the resolutions to Mr: Mc- *" t" :Mt5r.fi5ertl&L nVer' ecIine, young, hUr your 'Jc
The new steamer bearing the above host of cbagrinned partisan familiars,invented I be has'no sooner' caught sight of the fatal .cattle are fond of
Donajd' with'a copy of these resolutions. poe. than all the heart overflowing, you lying$a.hul
of, size War
insect t
tic and aboriginal 'lDade .its first ; as a salvo for allowing himself to be ousted -a quarter wflne shooting everythingpasses 1 that.S men calf tiiat
name appearance .- Sweetest pleasures e' i ,
and he.stands stupidly
ht PKTJD: .T.-A letter from Key..West, pub- I energyileaves, : we can do the same7vourbne.1 _1lfour.
morbidly ambitquiri4il. MiYuleetll -
in- last by'a him While the that burt to
lished in a late number of the Savannah our waters on Thursday resignedTb, fly then walks up to. fire .brightly 'S.&JlnLH.'W.u.1dt"
contest, the grounds,Jof which as explained looks"him hard in the face, and Fann'd by lore perchance delight the, .
Georgian;states that 'Mr. 'Mallory, the recently and proceeded upon a trial excursion to the presently ,May,,7,1847. Capt. U.S, RifleWe *.
elected United' States Senator from vicinity of Lake :Qe'rge, on the upper St. by himself we gave ia.our, ,J last, and putting forth some apparatus ,which stands Odotlee are floating lightly .. .

a Florida, has not yet accepted the office of John's. the notice of Mr.:Malloryvifr correctly,reported him' n pl8of a'finger and thumb, gently 'Hound that sacred inner shrine had,scarcely' .let pur prisoner go; tnj

Senator because forsooth he is takes roh by the nose and leads 'shot the others ere- our picket guard n
not flat curious of c -
Besides number of from Savannah present togethera; case, Leaving Vovelyl&dy I! come and erer t
a passengers him daintily along for a foot ortwo. -
". feed ,with'the manner of his election. It appears I I! the dignallbat.our,enemies,were :at' haad-
further, from the letter, that this fastidious and intermedate; points who availed affiliation to efiect,a triumph..notonly. over him there, he cftinmencto a thorough ex ,.Dwell within thishe rt ofmiae, }, and indeed had
they n arIy'snrrouMedjFindOg
f' gentleman, though not indisposed togo themselves of the opportunity to Visit this principles which the people of'Florida: have am ination i of the neighborbo. beating the Earthly pwt'may''ne'er dissever
ground and set- Ties soul to thins i iCone ourselves ia rather a precarious sit.,
order 1 tar: th up U my
to the Senate yet stan4s upon the interesting portion of Florida several invi- endorsed-principles transcinding; : '
r' A of his going I That, having warmly termed bank ter, and,'not finding what he wants, returns and list the lightsome measure, nation, Walker addressed the men ; $"
approved thus votes
ted guests from Jacksonville! accompaniedthe quibbles evading I. the ,cockroach, and leads'bimn, on a little heartfelt
. -: of Mr. Yulee's course, and believing to Ceme, enjoy eaeh Boys if yon wiW stick by me we will,,sot
f" that gentleman to be the choice of a large party and partook of the polite and pro excepting to the optional1* : mqdbjvIich'the .'! further' when,.the. same process is gone TJome, possess my dearest p route them and if- one here does
majority .of the Democratic party in the last fuse hospitalities of the proprietors of the 1 Legislature chose to arrive i a r wall has been ., there, are i K. ,wish togo iniO't be can go and bide ia tlichapparel
c Legislature and the State, he is unwilling to boat. As of the latter .number and seeking to negative that result by means
one our acknowledgmentS
in. but do not suit him be i until get thr ugb."_ Be'
be the instrument of Yulee's defeat. Then bf plenty, they : ; ha we lad
Federal l nullification
, of sheeract of < a
a .
for the courteous
are Jue invitation takan.tae : of his victim's bulk, and the Republican.
measure tFritteffor,
o ,
let him by-all means, decline the post, and : scarcely done speaking ere three as i hearty"
vested State right-but airiumnph'o7erthedistinctly to locke him commodiouslr..Presently oot'Ith'the'iat Captain .
the extended ourself. means The Ant
bring matter again before the people. cheers broke forth
: Samuel H. Walker, of Rangers, : as ever was given from
- expressed will bftne people. ) a suitable bole is found, anfl the fly, .t.
The WtldkcP
relieve both without qualification '
; Possibly they ,may gentlemen may c ,
backward the cockroach anert..S.ls.otY In. their lips, with Lead tile with you P'.
gently pulls
' from their present dilemma, by selecting a"l. i)e pronounced a,fin 'veSsel, 10-far as :tbe In the certainty of thedeclensionjDf Mr. home. What "T was midnight ; Walker's gallant ,in the action_ '
his In
after him into
w&er a.moment, we were and
? succeed Mr. Yuiee. As to the consideY .bis' 1t.
Whrg to it equivalent to resignation
c:omfort,of. her accommodations for pasieners Mallory, we horrors perpetrated dark recess Rangers lay on: the, Sand-heaps at Camp ;
". manner of Mr. Mallory' election, about 'ia.c dearly did,the Diablo ;Riflerot as they were"
and the creation of 'a '
; bet I and,her adaptation fo sea travel, entitle ncy. cannot be more than surmised. The object Vera Cruz Mexico. The
,: which Hie affects to higgle, it may not Vegara near termed by the Mexicans, make the six shooters .
to state that the Democrats I tier to the appellation. While alUher arrangements This vacancy the Governor will of course undoubtedly is to engage him as a wetnurse.No '
inopportune wearied soldier'was! in balmy slam- than
Jocke talk In less te minutes
t"t' doubt the cockroach is' bored 'insome they 14
and avowed
; themselves in accidental fill and by a reliable poor
finding an majorityin forme'd with the we hope
i are an aimto ,
her when the the alarm
vital and laid in him- guard on post.gave and
! the last Legislature, determined to re-elect : Union man. The appoittee part not eggs leaving thirty-five killed! ixty- ftOQd-
public convenience, strength of constructionhas Compromise : a indeed,' for which his succulant that the were near., .In a few
Mr.'Yuiee... The course of that, gentleman, will' take seat unless the Senate should purpose Gura moment ded'whilst_ our side .we had only oman
the evidently been steadily kept in view.: motherly frame seems peculiarly adapted might bare been
however Rangers seen
on Compromise measuresbainggiven wounded in the thigh and twohorses
consideration to the claim of Mr.Yul!e, -and during this
She built in give improbably vicrlou
C offence of his was Savannah by'Southei-
to a portion the still
! incubation supplied with.food until theyoung crawling over Sand.bisal w killed. We returned to our Camp, and after.*
: party, a small fraction of that party united bor, and mainly "Southern material- and keep the vacancy open until a decision js ;
of whom he is being hatched a though not an' was near the killing a beef and partaking of a good featt
with the Whigs and elected Mr. Mallory. Upon the merits of the points r&sedby Mr gnant -
\1essrs. JONES & PAPOTof that
J city, being commence, in return to spot. The deadiy'&x shooters were graspedby some',
the and
Was there any impropriety in this TheJ Y. the Senate cansot be long in deciding. eerYlceB of things got at place, fine old!
'4 Whigs, we suppose, acted upon the.princi the constructors. She presents a substan- considerations should gnaw his bowels theirepat. in the Boys, and all were* prepared to' gain wine and segars from Cana'es! bousewe ok1Jp'o
But if interpose, vain that the describe*
pie that of two evils, it was wisest to choose tial example of the skill and capacity of those party during the cockroach in a noble victory or die gallantly defendingtheir r line of march for .Santafee, Twherewe
to .seek'safety
the least, and therefore voted'foriMr. Mal builders in their line of mechanism andshould'be Mr. Y. may be disappointed in making you urge '
well earned but the ,
of already name arrived 10.0. all. well
Sight. The'poke ; .at pleased a
in the a.stickjsdisreatde
lory. They took him for better or for available the Democratic" majority
a guaranty,m their favor in cases dead :to all I Guerrilas took the hint and left little '
than ; h seems nay ; .our with their first scout amid more ftrmf1-a1.
: he .
and if be
worse, turns out worse lines be
Senate. The party not Whig walt 'e
they took.him to be, it will be their*inisfor- of future contracts with which they may be may another'part' of the ; hewalts: therewith band once morejetired slumber" beneaththe tached to their noble Captain* .*?:
entrusted either their immediate and Democrat-but Compromise and anti- the same stolid indifference the"return 3__,_ ., ._ ,J.P. S.
: : tune not their fault. Uufwe ,shrewdly by our own or of bis a' thrust is I chapparel. TheG1Iayim&jizr r- .
tormentor. Probably
Unionist Disunionist. The '
; ,' suspect this letter from Key West (Mr. M.'s fellow-citizens. The .painting pj the Compromise- first sty began to appear, when an express attired
. given him in the meeting noses, or THE TEMPER or WOJlu.-lJith Lexiaj
, : place of residence) has been put forth as a Welcika" was riOt entirely completed by her appointee will be a full Compromise man. some leprous distilment" dropped in his from Santafee, about two and a half leagues tun ,just published in- London,
papers .we
! ;: Jteler to pave the wayfor Mr. Mallpry's first trip, some graining and finish remainingto Whatever MrY.; may be,what he was during ear : for he has entirely the air of being from'Vera Cruz, that Canales and his i Bri i-- have some good anecdotes of society two
of the After
.;t, 1 t )acceptance lr. M. in the most post.fulsome manner eulogising the be executed, and for which'the boat is to the last Florida election, on the Compromise -bocussed." Band made a charge on that place hundred and fifty years,ago.; :Here is one:

i writer concludesas follows: lay up for a week. question, is full welf knowu, from his A correspondent of the Key West Gazette, gd killed ee erl'lr ;.:(at :this,,time ."A few days ago two ladies met i in a nar"

t r "Built isao be hoped that he will overcome The table furniture of the boat is of*the memorable letter to Jacksonville, in whichhe thus. mentions one of the incidents of the 3antafee* was post, and.con row strut at.ten o'clock' iw the' momi r.'
Neither chose to- permit her carriage 1o be
t his objections and accept. If he does heaviest and finest Liverpool ware, in which expressed himself "astounded"'that Mr. Ball recently' given'in city in honor of -tained some seven or eight Ranches, which drawn hack, and they remained ,.withemt
. I satisfied from what I have learned Cabell should have said the Senate with the
,.' so am city it was manufactured to order, with the the visit of.Gov. ,Brown : were afterwards destroyed and being DeV moving for six hours. A little after twelve
from different of the State he 8
parts of Benton for the Texas
f trill accede to the wishes of a large majorityof name ffWdfo" imprinted on each piece. exception voted "Amongst the variegated ornaments with to Vera Cruz and the different scouting o'clock they.sent for some refreshment for
denominated Mr. Yuee the pate and food for their horses. Each
Boundary, by as which the rooms were adorned, most par themselves
of his party." The bed clothing we also learn is of Eng- passing to and from that city, there ,
firmly resolved to the night there rather
bill. ticularly noticed a beautifuldesign, representing stay
If after all then he shall the lish manufacture and is of most soft and Spoliation was dom over"six-or eight Dragoons the
t;; accept ap the heads of; Washington and anC than go back; and they.-would.have done so,
t. pointment think the country will concur beautiful texture. The Agent stationed but in the who
principal treSjmxime- street
sleeping Governor Brown, surmounted by the American Commissary a tavern-keeper was
The Constitution of the State of New
r with ns 'in opinion, that Mr. Mallory has accommodations of the boat are a fine complement Eagle, the glorious emblem of 'American diately after the express arrived ordersr*N prevented by their obstinacy from bningiigt..Liadoor
. exhibited a degree of prudery not calculated York contains the following provision :
cart laden,
and at the base a Key, a
of state rooms on the deck I Liberty, ubib issued to to march immediately ;
, : to improve bis reputation.-RitJtmont upper : "ro bill shall be passed except by the as iting the "Key Stone'of the State, ,. prepare search JherxMwnisfary! of the district who
Times. capable of accommodating between forty sent of,a majority of all the members ELECTED appropriate motto of "Jfo taxasoN; a early hour we were on our way to 'theseine at length, but with mutt trouble, succeeded

and fifty persons ; and tbeiMare besides commodious t "i branch of Legislature.11" NOMINIOUS AS, ACQUIESCENCE IN A VCONSTITUTION. of murder of the last night, and at 12 i in effecting an arrangement nponitaeae terms

; PROTESSOR AG.UsIZ.-A correspondentof berths on the 10vP ecks. A-enerallaw fixing the day for electing ." m. we arrived at die place, and found to that each should :'retire at_the fame moment
the Springfield (Massachusetts) Republican and that neither should pass.tbtoU&h .the
: writing from Boston under date of As we have before stated, the Welaka" U. S.Senator exiFts in New York, passed A complimentary public Dinner has,been truly that Canales had ben there, (and street.

December is under the command of BLANKEK- above. At the first to electa had been murdered in cold blood, -
: says : Capt. as attempt lately given to Gen. Quitman in New ." Dragoons And here another, which would versify

: 4lLittle of scientific or literary interest has SHIP, whose popularity as a commander on Senator on .the day specified the election Oreaus and another wounded mortally and eft for into a fine horrible! balled-as grand and
occurred of-late in and about the good cityof the waers: between the Carolinas and Florida failed. A new.bill .was required fixing another A man named.Rise a Peon, ha been abducted dead. We found a Mexican here ghastly as Alfred Tennyson's"Sisters1']' :*

tftek Boston.from Professor his Florida Agassiz returned lad for a long series of years has been mentoniouslywon day; but failing to obtain'that the : from American soil into Mexico him prisoner, and having put a rope 'aroundhis :' "The .parliament has lately ''confirmed tEe

',;: laden with treasures having expedition brought, richly back by a character of kindness, friends of Fish adopted the'expedient of a Steps have been taken by .our Government. neck told him to conduct, us to Canales' sentence' of death passed on two danjbterj.of .

, ,_ no less than thirty-six barrels and boxes, pleasantness and courtesy-qualities which joint resolution to elecvwhieh was. passed. to secure. his restoration.Fucrrtvz Rancbo by the shortest route, or we woutd'hng for a the gentleman'of murder of 'the Anjpu lover, named of their)Madailkra younger

.I Jj *)) sixteen of which contained new animals the Captain continues to display, ?nd whichwe by a mere majority of a quorum of the Legislature CASE.-..A decision has been bim'up like a dog-promising' him a sister. It appears that he was engaged to

;ki:;-4._ ces preserved the region in acohol.in the Professor vicinity of Key pronoun West hope will obtain for him a'cordial reciprocity and under that resolutoJ the election made in another Fugitive case' in Philadelv I. handsome reward and perfect safety for .hisser be married to the eldest sister, but deserting

.- to be one of the most interesting localities of .deportment in the responsibletrust of Fish was eecte opponentsnow phia, favorable to.the own wJZc rT"t' slaves f are r e Having all ,things, ready' ,, we. her;and his passing'address over to the'second the he transferred The- .

r on the globe, considered in a scientific point he has newly assumed with our travel contend the election was illegal- and Helen,.and Henry her son, the property of I i, mounted him on a. mute and left 'at4 p..m. two eldest sistenC: in revenge youngest.,. invited him to,

. of view. He was there enabled to watch ling community. Another feature manifestin urge a a principal reason that it was'not ordered Mr. Perdue) of Baltimore.: They wer'.reManded for the Brignd's, home. .After travellinguntil play', at blind-man's-buff and while 0..
of the
't: 3 and insect trace in the all progress its stages, as coral-building it is busily Capt. B.'s management of his boat is the by a majority of all the members to their rightful possessor, and hav ner over a beautiful l Prairie we bound his ryes, the other cut his throat."

.I ,1 engaged in extending the Peninsula of Florida strict morale which exists which is the result elected." reached Baltimore. ut.otest. tion.. commenced ascend. the oun'taio. and: 'as And this i is similar! '

: 1 ,' south and east. He has demonstrated as well of his practice. his requests.Of I This is the rule under, which Mallory was ,. .. the 'sun set the rain began ,to pour :In ,torrents ,. ."{)" Piedmont a gentleman .'addressed a

that, the whole of this State is of 'a very the other officers of, the boat with elected by ie Fd Legislature ; and yet, ANOTHER CASE.-A similar result has ; but nothing undaunted, our,gallant the same time one lady who was rich idprallt'and
in the been obtained in the in' ; one who was poor and very beautiful
recent composed entirely, casc
orgin, whose names we famifiar should contra it i is the of this rule whichour 'frt Pit band
are we per validity pressed on through a deep'ravine'iuthemountain and they, by chance
* southeastern part, AIr coral reefs, covered in burgh Pa. A slave R ; becoming acqnaln-
I I the course of years by a thin lava of soil. mention that of Col. HEMMING, the accomplished Democracy call in'question, and behind claimed surrounded ,on ""al aides by ted exhibited to each other their correspondence
i r Professor Agassiz's investigations have also clerk, than whom (apart from the which they find a pretext elect Mr;'Yulec.V by Mrs. R. Byers, of Louisvilje! w the thickest chapparel in i Meic pronouncedby with the .vacillating lover; and one of
the brought before Judge Irwin, testimony taken, them invited :him.to a meeting, in"-which. after
thrown light secondary line of his '
, no lille upon peculiar duties) it were superfluous i Gen.- La Vega as One of ,the most ;
-- limestones which play so important a part.in The Sentinel thus speaks of the the case fully argued/and the negro placed joining in' reproaches they dexterouslyeach '
.to none is more an fait social question in the At the '
say as a dangerous places
. of this and other deprived him ef an ear." ,
the geological systems in custody of the agent of the owner to be cunty.
raised Mr. Yuiee in
countries.-Professor A. was obliged to companion or an intelligent cicerone to the by regard to the Senatorial taJkeh home. head was our captain, a r,pry,' numbering -,

. eat short his labors, rather summarily, wayfaring_stranger. l seat: one hundred and AXECDOTE RICHASD 111.-10 the town

among the Zoophytes Brachiaopods, Alga The other officers of the boat (of whose The point of contest are, (we suppos) "IL, SECBETAHIO,' the Washington cor in sngle'lle, just as a.neighboring Convent of Richard Leicester IH.pased,"the house theLni is still shown*-* e where tutha
Gorgonia vexations, law-suit etc., by for the libel commencement, which was on.a names we arev t informed) display equal votes; and, if blank, to.be a of_ a a respondent' of the Richmond: Whig, writes bel tole ; silent hour of midnt bt.-. "Our : tT *pfe3W67m"anI there is a stpry'bi l

g: trial last week ,t Albany;New York.. The attention .proficiency inrf. their respective quorum constitutes an election!majority., Joth these on the'13th : ie J.' to taaaDeclared f cords birn.stilprrvedin which ''illustrates the"th corporation:. tioa.U4

: : alleged libel consists in a'criUcism; :on; 'a departments. Last, .though not least, we have long been "settled! in ;Forlda. Use "It is currently reported! her'and I do he did' not kn&w:where be was; but' -from' I I darkness of that Prince's character.< It was

" t geological mapT published a year or'two should add that a prompt' and accommodating here has established both Just not doubt the authenticity 'of the story his movements, alrk"new.'whtt: :be .was. : his custom to. : the baggage"of
since with a view of being introduced into te counted, and that a majority of the' that Messrs. Rhet.and Butler,' the South I t rry among
; and his his 'which
revolver head cumbersome wooden Led
f t the schools of New York. The criticism, corps of servants are always waiting.. Dumber'i necessary to.constitute a I legisla I Carolina been, of late, inti a was put to a. camp ,
;. seeming to us to have been merited,effectually We might double the length of this already .; This was held under the Territorial matin( to their brother.,Seaatorv >n. the minutes given'him to decide what he would he pretended. was' the only te! he ,could
.; killed the map, and hence the suit." somewhat protracted notice by recurring'to Government, and has been" reaffirmed pathetic form of leave-taking, their personalexpectation do.:. 'In a moment be sang 'but' to. forward, his sleep"treasure in. Here whIch'he contrived concealed a'receptacle for'aweight
i pleasant incidents connected with the at every successiv session of the'State of 'never .seeing' Washington sOd.wewere. again in motion the rain
', many i ; :tot timber. After the fatal'day on
I i late in Congress in the election of : leg
: : Mr. HOLHES, Representative Legislature, all officer. again : that is to say, that their State will,
1 from the Charleston District has taken first trip of the Welaka." Suffice! to say It is a rule established by1r. Yulee's own before the meeting- Congress t cease,and in another hour' wwere which Richard fell, the Earl of Richmond
his California where he propoSes that amount of rational friends fen which next"ordnart *' to behold the stars shining entered Leicest with. victorious troop
::";i passage to greater enjoyment political' he appeals. i. hae'wit q m the:.,Union'1 gra ce nor ,
The friendsof Richmond hot the
:s; to engage'in the practice ofthelafcv.! : was, never experienced by a company on The Cpnstitutionvf susceptible of a;dif- i ,as ,Just a the sun began to rise pillaged,
, The bed'was neglected I by: plundereras
f rent interpretation. uses the "a ;extra session of the U. S. !Senate every'
, such an occasion. Several sentiments and 1 word wecame,in sight of MagdelenCanales' Ranchoi -
..F COLOJUZITION IN VIRGINIA.-The Presbyterian majority of both and was,brought to a close'on the 14th. useless lumberThe owner'of the house
;t Synod of Virginia, aj its late meeting friendly interchanges of compliment passedat "House," in its ordinary Houses"parliamentary'- the}"Head Quarters ..of. the' renownedBandittiChieftain afterw&rds'discovered the hoard, and became

J held .Winchester, earnestly recommended the close of each discussion of :. The Legislature I has Canales rich without any visible causes ,He bought
t M I ',' mid-day ceptation, signifies nothing more than an organized Virginia. passed a ,- the terror:pre-
J itstfmembers. to co-operate with the the: < ; but ,having' at the act 'for the' submission vious'tO the warof lands and at length arrived at the dignity ef
I i, creature-,comforts,:and added toths thevariety quorum; ) -first ,providing "t or the.new : thefenmmhd5ng; country '
State,- in giving, efficiency to,the act lately : being Mayor of Leicester. 'fuy'1ta
li:.; paased by the Legislature_, Virginia, appropriating of-sweet converse --with the better adopted safer( i interpretation the more stringent, the General, and, probably Assembly, : ConslUutipri totGe people,'on. the ,4thThursfl -' %ho, after! plundering the. country; for after his*widow,who bad been left in great

r.: $30,000 for five years to colonize sex, and of practical and convivial with the has'steadily adhered to it,'and at no incon- y.in August, and for the postponement o years, offered his ,eervkea'aVthe! eommen.cing'ed affluence-was; murdered for her;wealth hy

; iree blacks' of the State in Liberia. sterner- ii4erabtesacnifice.- :All recollect the! tedious: all'tbeile t n5'bht for Congress'and' | ar;' andw her servant maid, ,who;had' he nt privy

congregations of, the Synod were: recommendedto -. Gave lighter wings to time, and protracted judicial elections, which have State' gi8tatur.until the '4th'Thursday inPclbbersnext 'Gei&.:j da'Gent. .& ( to the affair, and 'at the'trial of.. the woman
in aid of
take collections ,
and her transactiou
Iu to' the whole
up accomplices,
And leadeD hours arisen from this cbnstriiction S
to bright fantastic :and in
this purpose., The Synod also approved of shapes ; 1848, ,', r'r ,. :-' -49 "d'h! o 'plunder. ,hisfelloWbunfrymen came bligbc' JIo 7 ;.11-
the J '
contest for :
Transformed until they grew to,molten streams protracted : a siiccessortoblr. 1r,- :
I the!proposal ri&' to establish a line of steamships Lethean silver down. the vales of thought. Westcott in the UnIt States Senate, result r I er'was' given:to DANIEL;WEBSTER by seizing everything.he "Hovr 'TO' DiE 'WKUJprl...JobOfl.

to We should add that on the return of the ed from.the le'. '.Major,:Ward then a(An the'Soihhy; 'the ."Members wanted: to prosecute the war.. Aft making ipeakinoIadbo was' celebrated,for,
.ffr.iP' 1" II ". stood in the p1s'or" alitbe'oeceiwy I : .. '
iacksonville'Col. almosteacty NpitiA'as': of the ,Reform Convention: Mr. arrangements charge dressinjveli .remazked: 9-t j ev1
b D McDpiriE. The Columi Welabfyia ;
: GEX Buffiington
_i -p J : does Mr. J "
: r the_ pl&ceby :.dividing-our' tittle;"bUd Tutunsjvechared deuce 1 ,can giyeiypu"bfher in this respeetis
- baa (S. C.),* announce the death of who also blanks WxB8fxa/made! a stroogiUnion and Comfrbmiiie "
papers was a guest on the occasion,returned 30 : othatehouldMri; -. :that'' remember what she
< '-' one can never -
_ _ Gen..George McDuffie., lie expired at. 9'dock the bospitaiily];ivitfg'Meesr&.Tup.: his case hft wilUssUblish'tbat: Yuleegin: i speech: ; ; "* rf.assault '; the towB.tonr gallant! has, .DeUcacy;'cT'feeling in a lady.wul

#, ? ; T,sdar morning, the. llth at the and : hai'aIs, the legal title to.the -now:occupied 4i'K' >;>-__-_; PER BiRpEW. rbprietort,of the steamer s '. prevent
:-' residence of Richard Singleton V, 'Esq.In who were'pd.board,'C apt. BLANKKBHIP and, : bjr:Mr.;Morten., : ;; t. l'4 f" ::i-uLPrsndIctedJo'S'.S.t '' !, ;anti'abdn.. part >f the.town,:Canales,' vissein'rnaking! : to attract notice;' and jet a ,le

", : Sumpter- county. $e. tber officers of the boat t.and.. also, the Mr._CUT returned home>y'wBffipfriNevr! ; !log.Tox.\"ald.STEPHEKS'.lae'ft t to' traek{out,of,.the:'place! moznted on'a:ep1en; of' good taste Iv'tll dress 'io'as to have eTerr whifrsheavpidrwhat
and of
appear! $13TJQO.'e ,- SU.c'ladc part her'drOscorresporid.; n1ll\ .
: : WISCONSIN LUMBER TKADE.-On the Log. passengers yisitingthe St. Job 's'fro'm.'Sa. York and Havana. nth 1attercmlybe .>t. foretd'his fe bnds ; charger we, immediately gave ; Is'ihowy'in4 attractive!. ,
w ,
.' man river thirteen steam few-mills are expected vanna /.r partake o(a* supper at the Jaw received 'with,.'distinguished1 !. "If. "'p*' :3. S -, :_ '!:: cWi but unfortunately.for as not know. erything 'wUriid'; sted'as'to exhiM.,
tob in the of o
i navigation,,to operation which two or three opening others, sonville Hotel, where.the' entertainef&became lumiaationj ad serenades.' .were. the prJer. of 1 'GOiziOa 'or': VinqiKU: ;;Hqn, JOSIPO !ins' te ebappa 'l 'b / i weTreturned eynmetrj d'taite': *;; ; **- ":/

d JOUNSON has be eneleeUGovernor'of.''Vir to ownjan4. some;bf the Boys. had;'taken ,' -
now in course of erection, will be addedldnnng in turn the guests. 'and passed''in a themghr: the distinguished l vistr' w'i as giniibyh'e! : legislature! now in session,, : 1 "_ Nor so IAD'AS t so Mps 7:The author,ottherr

approaching summer.. ,It is estimated most agreeable J manner' ,the'eve of the retnjn bonoredbj special inii i rom':il. ,. .. : .. ''-5'' \, ". ni \1; .several of, tthe; .Mexicans .prsoner :Comie Law DictidKy in the Burtiog'

that,jhe, aggregate amount of. lumber of,the "WcldkeP'tmm her famed synbyme the.' Captain Ge. ral.. ; ut Havana_Oactia.,vf JUinA'liiJ mpngstthejnjvas te?Aleade of thefplace ton,Yt,:Sehtiiftr'says'of:the"'legal p rue,

which thesf mills .will manufacture during mtf .,t* )AlMrlners" iter;)waking some enquiry! ;.relative J to ;th'e "IXimnunt>* ,*that 4jt.doth'npf import*.

tbecoming season, will exceed '.40,000,000 ivert/.Lol.u. > _' Elwood Fisher; the .senior- dif of-the cAtigto: ttousefto: ; be"catd: "Frffanuwa",'. Wi;.officers;:Spf ;the place; hcr 4enie4 all profane4,and peremptory 'cQ1 rij"'O? I.p':
feet. '
Besides there '
: mills on the' Cawy these,7-, Flint- ; and are',Bad numerous rivers. Lord John- JZuwe//it,:embarrassed i n by;hkrepreMivecour8e'ofl he Southern.bad had, I'iiss1 to contribute stafedsome. : J 't that the has'been,'constructe on,'.0Ioros'.Polnt at owledge Jl 'e(thern,"and iaid'1ie.ju'oniy a raw..:fhat suit. ;aggri agair\t ved wron. p'eIijJ t doersr-**yipf.immediate ?*..

The amount of'fimber cut, during the past the question of the-Catb- i, largely prjvaUf 22 d.i, m.and, .Idbgitude West;, f Uttor ie and resided aV&n LOuis Potoisand ; might hastily imwweT atia a Latin ezpreselon

tI 4 wintersisaM exceed ..bfabhatofznyI plie i. ojrnentiaEitglanf*"- *, and* jv the 'outcryagainst andCto maintain( '.he.janlor editor,Jt is d. 22 <40 1'; :A' froq iz4c ben to Vera Cruz on some baane. {which'&gniet':one's bc :but,,' s D4ennn11iiatiQnct'burtin5
previous ,, ; 'I stated
I, year.' "w. the budget of the Chancellor of.the' by pt ,correspint"6f& a Greenyille, therefore ,'bri, and" "lglrt-, 'March;: After sfarching.h ;we foudd .on, .i per.seera1jetteridirectjtj '* > ; <- .!.> -" ., ..P1.hodf .
; "' 'l ,. .i" &uith?soliciting mstant.llfrom-darX: 'until snnTTse.Thelightis ;: elK '
r; ; : Ttvt rnuchabzztty ZXT3TkION pr; know Hc 'CAFiTot'..;,There Exchequer, :.announced; his .resignation'' ,'*s contributions for j the:;same:.object,.I an(says : catadioptric;" (Fkisiiu.'a7thlrd! :,aerie A.lcade I anita letter 4ouLCeiprging hmas :i .,; r J f J'BeDU; ; har' Ate'tot

M Jd what and 'ghose Premier, ; and. the dissolution. of bis. Cabinet.. must etabpuary,and varied : dieted '\
be se.vejrely
for :
the J:2 woundiag n.reaaoit1 s&anger !
: (
: for the> Iori of the ri S2.50 rfwiIO/ : 1IIntlabo to him'i infaif attack
plan : Capitol Ja'to on the iMtweekffl. Fcbru'Y The, Qaeen. : Spanish feet.abate tbe searaiidniajrbe t muatr-hilora join| anue '.DC'U he."diD'Pre1.t.4'
ba eiectedQby the President, who has ; down. }another,,:J i. (of the <'
called Lord who' Th. .seeh: at.istanceTbfft nautical fiD VetC ift. flapn4On W It Uf
? : :.mnch. \ oa, Stanley- !,attempted to : I '' i p ,
iitgivcaathe] subject 'att ntion extent disunion doctrineaara railejor' <
; ,
appre- morei accrddgtothi state of thearaosphere l a- ..WdJko ,
-.t ,
13ik4isaid narrowed' form by.the aid of.the Peelites,.a high -' t"'v- fun' i f,
down to protection ; .
ihe'elef '
t ; n obi I &ie izbim., _, 1
Cud. 1'
; ; I ; ; :;:
.. ," ,' 'of\ coat $ndtbzre"witht) a of,one t. j1
-. :fiom which to make a choice.A. de min ltry,-$ which he,ctterly..tailedj 'j.' ;t; .t t"." "". ; "-' 1'1"'ni; .' -'-'-"' '-' : ,' t .. '
cMoovria doubt'very shortly be made, ,. : X ; arYM. ; "" ; of the 'on'l it(; several .""art ,.rEOnkc2gipray_ ; :SS'IjP&" : 'invmn3n'tb,4 'I'
and *BuWl alnmt4resuepost,1which4be IO1StU manee&
was; rfg '
the .',. tp .I. 11Ui g '' ':- y : tD r il :i 4
"andfrthenjw l 'be: commenced work "'.- I- ; } ; r : .
: : j bt inst taken ,
. ; Went 'This In the lame Enian. qnesti9n 11154 f&"X w.York1ady cIe.'rGo f" '
p TbioagnMJitwiU ,'opportunity i St: '} aiu so fond of officer J" ;: .
.. to, make',fine" progress, and give jto'many event; it'is laid,,rings the knell of protedbn! cipaUonists bare organizedwith .; : p.to! )} loverweaM PPSjt"'quee: 'V.". t:n gblyhTestigatiog .:".;.'-**H .atQPiiJ.- "TeDK V!'!-.it, it JU \ ;;

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A KISS,OS:WHTJUTO. "'Gin:; ; a, .f er t.Ph betbe. Proposals. < for Carrying;Mail ."- 1'auiDC, tI01IDtyl.' '.:.. but;prior to.Q.-of3miljnextwlthitlesit ccaswy, carried"to affretcr<. Bere c
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'r "" .mX') lr.n-.week\V' rood a perform THE 'me.TjII ." r 1n'Iorida.: ::1JyUlok.: :ienhaflo- the 1en1Cetwep0ae4? -, "- : ; ,. er to the exceptions above stated. .: <
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Very\' fIt.1at" -peculmr\ -rand.-->, iomettng1ke "Dear! what, has .-apene'azid. the ,:- -- J_- 11' .'.JSanjaevire., ..ilidlsoncounty. ,. 'and :Uatd- .- ? {Sipcl W*A awdiaeatioB er.w.bt.tfti. ei

little Y'OD1 n w Extratt-'fM_ atfqoa .", Srrf.JfctorrA, -at.ek:7F.rd1-: '\.; .-' 4'- List terms.tantaneufat to-*. Ud,and mE"not
the popping; of a champagne cork some- "Happened why .tht 'ussed- diM Ter- ; '.J? :' .--- T.Wanance tWsnkeen&jeeer.on eomv; -- Ffflcnte be received,sa as,to Ifflterftre *&>replercompetition ,
tbtcz like the report of a small) pocket pistol, :...Aw.. TJia"tih be th .ty.by6p.nen a.W miles; : ,after the last buor set fat rveeivterbids. ,

tat e &ctiy like nothing but itself. It was a juice is paying:\ &a rly'a debts T"Welir duty of Ute Poetmarter General ia an fate letting 'And back between Cam Monday,and 12 m ;TheimdenigBed\ otterlJ .-' ,*. ff .
fies that be the
? of contracts,for the transportation. the text Wednesday. h with guarantors ; 25. Postmasters are qu1rttteb.eith1iM*f -.. -
kissi it be "Well I presented 1 promissory note -be ,i mail to let the same, in every case,to the lowest 'Propo.a).&ocom1De1lCO-a&W---. t. above'. named and their, property, and that"they not to certify lugtetewy of jxaraoten or.:*- : _

A ki8e implieS two TtartSeWnnless i handed it- to t.er- and.--.and-0! murder1t'ebeenLissingTh4.oZdtDomanf bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for faithful. _.-=;. IEee SSS.1: :. are sufficient and able- to make
one'of those symbolical kisses produced-by !' performance,without other nferenee to'the mode am rqp.-ati2rn once a'week.Sunday; ,an y.- sufficient responsibility;.and aft.liMilsis -giariai litors ; ,. fi.

onVpair of lip ,and .wafted through the air of such transportation than may be necessary -to -B 1cbeuehessssa and Jemiran : '. DatedSiped.- ; .. ]. ,-an3 sureties .distinctly Mttfted this ou

in token of affection or admiration. But ihe Phebe put*her arms'about-his neck and ,: proTide for the'due celerity,certainty and. security -'Io- lf oQViDe. .712. '.m 'u', 'edresday. -- a failure to enter into or perform the eontraets fr '
her. to and Thomas shall Uniflcs the settles &the aeemed bids their
The pressed lips his May of inch transportation; nor any new : proposed for
pica1rktss 'was genuine. parties flower then and there solemnly promised contractor hereafter be required purchase out P I And.t tWee1l 2 p,m Wednesday. ,. ,and f ,INSTRUCTIONS,, '. legal liabilities will be enforeedafainrttiKBVrS& : '

in this case were Mrs. Phebe Mayflower, that he would bare anything to or take at a valuation the stock or vehicles of any, -12 a next Saturday.. Embrodnz arid;".condition..ich..till le The contracts will be,rebsUatiaDy.in the n,
the newly married wife of honest Tom May- never more previous contractor for the same rout'* Z2S'FI'Dt4 Tam. '"at G'a m wet a weekTaBrs-; :incorporated hi the-contracts.tSeyen .. form heretoforo used ia this Department, except.
flower gardener to Mr. Augustus Scatterlr, do .kisses OQ demand. OBidders ".be carefal to read the"forms and day'lanate : |n the 'respects particularly mentioned 'in thoser'

himself. instructions appended to this advertisement..They 'To b.U iii Dm day 42I1**; murates are allowed 'for opetung'and I instrnethms and' .; and-on'all railroad *
and that y gentleman Augustus Tat Bourn UND GRAurs. -It is officially are requested to 'state in their'proposals, the ,And back between Sam Tuesday,and 12 m closing the mails at all offices where no particular and steamboat routes the contractors wffl be required .t

was a good heartfdratUe brained spendthrift stated, says the Baltimore Sun, that mode by which they.:intcnd to conrey the mail. next day. time is specified; bat o( railroad:and steamboat : to deliver the mails into tie post'offices at

,"who bad employed the two or three C this time about one hundred thousand Where the size and weight of tho mails, or-the 3529 From Tallanaseeo at7 a m.tri-weekry.'Ion--routes their U to be no more delay than is necessary -: the ends of the routes and into all the post office' .
which had elapsed since his majority up to speed called for in the schedules shall require it I "*>' day'Wednesday;and Friday; to deliver and receive the bags.' -- : not more than'eighty rod from the railroad
years applications hare.beeqgeceived lor,the benefit t To St.Mark'.by'l2 22 ,
of the the contracts will be made for coach, steamboat m. ; 2 The. mail is to be conveyed in preference to i landine *- **
in making "ducks and drakes pretty of thig and adds be and Andbaek betweea2pm and? pnf. ST..K. HALL IVrfwajfer OrwraZ._' ",
law every day'smail: or railroad eouverance as the case may ; passengers and to*heir entire_. exclusion it ita f. "
4itlle-fortune left him by his defonct are. from five hundred to-ft thousand'to their consequently,such routes will be let to bids proposing Proposals $extend to Newport are bivited. weight and bulk requue it. ._ Po
"There was nothing very bad about hiNt except number. The office is now issuing between such mode of conv anee. In all.other 8530 From Tallahassee at 7 a m trVweekly, ,Mon- 3. Poet office blanks mail bag, and the special I Jaa lIS., 12tISEAV w.

habits and by these he eases the routes will be assigned to bids propos- day;Wec1De ,and Friday; agents of the Department, on the exhibition 'of ___I .; .:
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and twelve hundred week -
: sufferer. Tom bis gardener, one thousand ; lag the cheapest mode of transportation. ToNewpott i pu,19 miles; their credential*,",are to be conveyed without fatter : SPRING'GOODS.M wrWflE
was the severest and it will require more than eighteen 1( Railroad companies are, iallDotJfie4 Afldbaekbetween2pmand7pmn. charge,-on mail,lines admitting ofauch con .
had been married a few weeks, and Gus, months before the claims now on hand can that their regular bids are to be understood as including 3531, From Tallahassee! a7 a m twice-' .week veyance. : SUBSCRIBER has received-and offer .-

who bad .failed to be at the wedding, and be of matured into warrants.. the supply of each office on the line.'joftheir : a-Sunday and Wednesday 4. Wan aeDb are :to-be? conveyed' without- -. for sale a fine sad eitensire assortment-of .
missed the opportunity of 'saluting the disposed or respective roads,not over a quarter of a mile By Wa Perry, Stockton.Moacly charge on the principal railroad and steamboat Heady Made Clothing of.the Ut st style consist.*ti
his bead that it was both All persons interested in the law, or desiring from a debpt. Separate proposals for offices more .Ran Talor. Madison c. &A*,'votoiupua, lines, where the size of the mails and the number inc -
bride took it into information in regard to it, are requestedto than a quarter of a mile off wiU be considered. '. Mineral Springs,and Little River of the offices will require their employment,by the I otCoI.ts asdTauts; ;.do. '
proper and polite that he should do so Qn the address their communications directly to To ABigatot by 12 m next day,122 miles; Department; and in that caw, a separate apartment -I Tests, do,HbirU, Fancy -. ..'

first occasion of bis meeting her subsequently the Commissioner of Pensions. for carrying" the*mails of the And back*between,the-arrival- ..of.Jacksonvule.jnaih ,for the exclusive use of the Department and ..LhMIt.l"cP&II&ID& Hats, ; .

that interestingxeremony. Mrs. Mayflower PROPOSALS from the let of July, 1851, ; ;.-jay. at 5pm, Monday and.' agent, for the assorting and cafe-keeping of the Leghorn flats, Shoes,a fine assortment. .

interested in the case. to the 30th ofJane, 1S55, inclnsire in Florida, Thursdsyiand: 10 p'm next daya\l-r l'mail, is to be provided by the contractor. .under Also,a variety of Mt liaf,
the other party VlKGIXIl- THE SOUTH, AND THE COMPROMISE. will be neeired at the contract office of the Post Proposals to embrace White Springs,in lien the direction of the Department .* Gingham, Lawns, Changeable Linen :

differed from him in opinion, and the young .-A series of resolutions were submitted Office Department' in the city :of Washington, 9t of .tie River,;'wOI be considered; also. 6. In all eases there is to be a. forfeiture of tho Lustre,isilk Linen and Cambric H/ a.,Boa-

landlord kissed her in spite of herself. But 1 to the House of Delegates of Virginia on until 10 a m of the 1st of April1851;(to be decided -lor. supplying Little River, in such caso once pay 'of the trip ..when the trip is not TUB ; and of neW Glona'and Mitts', Parasols TJmbnQa v

the was not without a champion,for the precise : with South Carolina by the 19th day of April) on the routes and. 'a%eet from White Springs.:32Promiailtkae.t6am not more than three times the pay of the trip- Fans,te.. Abo. a fiM'_rtment of< .
Thursday, sympathising twice. week when the/ is not and no-sufficient in New York Cared 'Hams -
his in the manner and time herein specified TU .a trip run, excuse consisting City
noment when Scatterly placed audacious but agreeing to the requirements of the ) "dr 4q. .* for the failure is furnished a forfeiture at least Bacon tides Shoulders, Fnlte Market

lips in contact with the blooming compromise, and pledging support to the FLORIDA.lSOlFrotnSt.Augustineat2sm.' ,By Miekosuke and Sontberland; one-fourth part of it when the running or arrivalis Beef Smoked Salmon Smoked Beef. .

cheek of Mrs. M., Tom enterecyhe garden Union aiso denouncing the late conduct of wish To Monticello by 6 p m,36 milet; so far,behind .time as to ,lose the connexion Bologna "SsangesCod ,.Fiah -
beheld the ; once And back between 6 a mandjjp mnext daf. with a depending mail; and a forfeiture of a dueproportion h1aksre1sHervings Figs k
and outrage. Vermont. The resolutions were offered by Wednesday; 3533 From TaDahasBee at 6. a m&noe a week, qf it when a grade service is tendered Prunes, dried Apples.Raisins ,- : .
"U'hatare you doing, Mr. Scailerly, he Mr. SCOTT, of Fauquter, and after an animated By Jacksonville and Kirkland; '.Tuesday' -- inferior that in the contract; These forfeitures ,. .Loaf tv..

roared. debate, hare been referred to a special To St. Mary's by 12 m next day, 90 miles and ;11 By Centreville, Manningtcm,and'Duncan,- may be increased into penalties higher amount, gar, Su ,,< Boston -, .. .

'0, nothing,Tom, but asserting my rights! I committee of thirteen. And back between 1 p m Thursday vi1te. Gt.; ,- t according to the nature or frequency of.the fail- and Lemon Biscuits. '

I was only saluting the bride.; pmneitday. invited.S5Q2 .. To ThomasTiHe, Ga., by 7 p m.40 miles; ure and the importance of the mail. -' Fedlitf Powders Table Salt ate; :->
Proposals for semi-weekly service are back between6 7 6t Fines will be unless the Also, of Carpenters .
And a m and p m Monday. imposed delinquency an assortment Cutlery ..
Against my" will Tommy said the OBITCAUY.Dm From St. Augustine at 21-2fc m twiec a = From Tallahassee at 3 a m tri-weekly.Moo-j be satisfactorily explained in due time, for failingto Tools, Baskets Tabs Brooms, .
bride,blushing like a peony, and wipingthe week Monday, and Thursday Wednesday and take deliver at office the &e &. '- .Jt
poor at St.Marys,Georgia,March 25th, 1851 miles day Friday; j. from or a post mail '
offended cheek with her checkered apron. To Picolata by 7 1-2 p m. 18 ; By Sahbrity and Quincy ; j I or any part ofit for suffering to be'wet, in- AH of which he offers for sale at Hhc fewest
Prof. R. B.TAYLOR, a native of England, for And back between arrival of Savannah mail, To Ga. by 2 46 miles jur"d lost conveying it in market prices.MORRIS KE1L., .
"And Til make pay for it, if there's Bainbridge, 'p m, ; I or destroyed; or a -
you some years a resident in the -cities of New-York my 7 a m and 12 m. And back between 4 p m Tuesday,Thursday place or manner that exposes it to depredation.OS Corner Ocean&.Bay f..
said Tom. in II
land month steamboats
law in the and Providence R.I.,but more recently of Savannah 3503 From St. Augustine twice a and Saturday and 3 a m next day.. injury ; for refu'ing after demand to convey Jacksonville, March.21.l31. tf ',.
"Pooh! pooh don't make a fool of your- ; Proposals for 3 additional weekly tripe are. ; a mail by any coach, railroad car-or steamboat -
self," said Scatterl}. Ga., and for the last twelve months of St. By Smyrna, Indian River San Lucia, Inp- invited. which the contractor regularly runs on the A C..ARn.-

"I don't mean to," answered the gardener Marys. Mr.T. was a Musician profession,and iter, Miami Charlotte, Key Harbor Largo,Sarasota Indian keyey,Tampa, 3535 From Tallahassee at 6 a m once a week, I route beyond the specified number of trips in the '- .
West ,
and fur not at the time set and nOTF..L.1Iz.
Friday contract, arriving ; PA.TTJS'S
had aUained'much celebrity for his skill in the St. .
Cedar Keys, St. Marks, Apalachicola "
dryly. 'By Benhaden, Shell Point and Pawtuxet for setting or rnnnihg an to transmit
You're seriously offended are you at the science of Music. As an Organist he had bnt few Josephs,and St. Andrews; To Sopchoppy by 8 p m, 45 miles; ; II!,. commercial up intelligence in advance of the mail,a when.the Eorroz:4s invalid tho time'who is fast are approaching sow enjoy

innocent liberty 1 took!" equals and scarcely any superiors. His death will And Pen back between; And back between 6am and Spm Thursday -i penury will be exacted equal to a quarter' pay. ing the benefit numerous of a tropical climate, will be de-.g1

"Yes I be," said Tom. be regretted by his friendsand the lovers of Church Separate proposals for sections of the above ,i 7. The Pobtmaster General may auiuii .the .parting for their Nor ", ponnit me to.
5536 From'Newport at 6 once Thursday I I contract for repeated failures for-violatiugihepost "
; a m a week ;
"Well if you view it in that light." ans Music who have had the pleasure to hear his per route will be considered. Bids to specify a office laws for disobeying the instructionsof introduce to their notice "PATTENT'S HOTEL -

wered Scatterly, "I shall feel boond to make formances.. As a man he had endeared himself to schedule of arrivals and departures By.Waakeenab; ; 1 die Department; ; for refusing to discharge a ," located the corner of Greenwich and .
3504 From Jacksonville at 6 a m once a week Warren streets, New York; which has acquired .
you reparation. You shall bave a kiss from the kindly sympathies and affections of the com Montieello by 6 n m,32 miles; carrier when required by the Department; for assigning a most enviable reputation .Wntms PATTO:
Monday ; And back between 6 a muM 6 m Wednes: the contract without the consent of the *
my brie when I'm married. inanity in which hi.1atterdays were spent. To Haddock's by 12 m, 20 miles ; p f Postmaster General, or for setting runningan Esq.. the proprietor. H a young man who possesses -
will be." day. up.or of the gentleman-one of the
"That never And back between I m and 7pm. every requisite
you p
at 4 after arrival of aforesaid-
From as
5537 Qnincv m, or c -
. said laughing 3505 From Jacksonville twice a week, Sundaysand p I II express few who finds tie way to the heart and affection
'I confess MARKETS.
must Scatjerly, I. mail from Bainbrtdge, once a week Tuesday 8. The Postmaster General may alter the eon- I .
all who Horss.. Board day.,
distant I "Wednesdays, after arrival of Stojm- of visit his $1JOD per
rather be
"the prospect of repayment peem? ; tract, and alter the schedule allowing a pro to aft
Ire will do the most agreeable
But who knows what trill happen I- ARRlVAlTbF TIlE By beat Brtcdy say at Branch 10 p m,;Barber's. and Ocean I To Ap.tacl col& by 10 p m nextidays, 70 I II 1 i rata increase of compensation within the regtric easterners.certainly his table fixtures are of the most dencio
bachelor after all. And if I STEAMSHIP CANADA.COTTOX I miles .1I I I tions imposed by law, for the Additional service "
die character.. His house
I may not a Pond ; And back between 4_a m Saturday and 9& !!! required, or for tbe increased speedif the employ- ubeantifirIly.sitaatcoV
marry-I repeat it, my dear fellow.-you HAS DECLINED.BALTIMORE e To Alligator by 4 p m dext dav 70 miles; I m next days. I i ment of additional stock or camera is rendered with its spacious parlors its long-dinm-tOOI, v
And back between 1pm Mondays and its airy,dormitories and it*ample balls And passages .
from wile. ,! in
ehall hare a kiss my Proposals for semi-weekly and tri-weekly. necessary; but the contractor may such case,
waiters and
27-p.m. and 7 sftn next days. ,echoing to the steps of buy -
"No he shan't'* said' Phebe. "He shall service will be'considered. I!i relinquish the contract, oa timely notice If he '
for the
. The British Steamship CAXADA arrived at Halifax 3506 From Pilatka at 1 p m twice a week, Mondays 3538 From Quincy at 12 m once a week, Wednesday -i I prefer*it to the change. The Postmaster General guests coming anit departing,win bespeak word
but boDied
kiss nobody me. and Thursdays; ,: I{ annul the contract or. curtail the service affable and generous proprietor a
last dates from may
night bringing Liverpool to ; ,
"Yes he shall," said Scatterly. "Hare By Orange Springs, Orange Lake Oeala and a rock of Gold. :
To Seclado by 3 p m, 9 miles; and pay, when he wishes to dispense with the .
the 15th inst. and Hill A TOURIST
Tom seventy-fire passengers. hard, Hommosassa, and Spring .
you got pen, ink ami paper, I"1 Camp ; And back between Ham and II am. service, in whole or in part or place a higher or -
'To be sure" answered Tom.liH re The AFBICA arrived at Liverpool on Saturday To Tampa by 10 p m next Wednesdays and 3539 From Quinoy after arrival of mail from different grade of service on the route,he allowingone I Jacksonville March 27,1851..r -

15th. Saturdays, 159 miles; Bainbridge, say at 7 P m twice a week, month's extra pay on the amount. dispensedwith.
they be, all handy.. morning, And back between 2 a m Mondays and ThursdAys and _. J Nassau County Tax CMedof Sale.,

latterly sat down and wrote as follows : Cotton declined id. on better qualities,and id. and 10 p m next Wednesdays and To Tuesday Chats hoochee Saturday by 12 p; m,21 miles;$ 9. The payments will be made through draftson virtue of authority me by law Tented,L ;

The Willows Aug.-,18-. on lower qualities. Sales of.the week thirty-one Saturdays. And back between 2 a m and 7 a m Wednesdays post offices or otherwise, after the expiration i By' will expose for sale,in front ofthe Court? ;

",alue received promisr to to thousand bales. 3507 From Pilatka at 5 a m twice a week, Sundays and 4pm and 9 p m Sundays. of each quarter-say in February Slay, August, : house door in Nassau coonty, on the fourth Monday -.
pay and Thursdays; 3540; From Chatahoochee at 5 a m twice a week and ovcmber.Jo. in Apjil,'1851,220 acres of land owned by the''
Thomas Mayflower, or oniei. one kiss on : New York Mmrtset. By"Madisoncoro' NewnansviDe, and Ellis- I Sunday and Wednesday, from 15th of October .- Th -distancell are"given according to tee heirs of Francis P. Sanehes or so nuua thereof I

demand.. Augustus Scatterly. vile; I to 15th of J line of each year and at 7 1 best information; but no incflHed pay will be as will pcy,35 46 taxes due thereon from 1815. !

document said Nzw.Yon,1\hrch 26-6 p. m. To Alligator by 9 p m next days 90 miles; I a m once a week Sunday from 15th of June allowed, should they prove togreater than is and all necessary espouses tending.-said. sals.. .
"There you hare a.legal And back between pm Mondays and to 13th October..; advertised, if the places are correctly named. Boundaries described on day of sale.A.J.BRADDOCK.
the young man, as he banded the papeMo were Cl Uon confined in our to market five hundred to-dav bales.was dnll Prices and sales andflfai next Wednesdays and Sat B,Ochecsee, Blountstown Rickoe'a Bluff, 11. The Postmaster General is prohibited by "'

the grinning gardener.c'.in.. now, good drooping. slight urdays. flBSeperate als for each of this route lola, and Fort Gadsen ; law from knowingly 'mating a contract for thetransportation oct 24-tda Sheriff and eL de Tax Collector. I
pRp part the mail with who ;
folks To Apalachicola by 11 a m Monday and of any person f.. 'i l -I. I !!
good by. Nrw-YoaaMareh 25-3 p. m. dividing at Kewnansville,are invited. Thursday 13th October to lath of June shall have entered into any combination or proposed *'
"Mistake will happen in the best regulated 3508 From Pilatka at 7 a m once a week, Tuesday &. W. Baker, ,_. ..
J'alesof Cotton to-day reached two thousand and by 6 a m Tuesday residue of year 150 to enter into any combination to prevent
families," and it so chanced that in the five hundred bales. Hi fc 111 cents (or Good Mid- ; miles; the making of any bid for a mail contract by any | ATTORNEATL4IV.J&csoxciLLz. :-

autumn of the fame year, our bachelor met at dli"". The market was doll. By Volnsia,Fort Butler and Enterprise; ,And back between-10 p m Monday and other person or persons ot who shall have made EAST- -TL-.- 'OZIDI. U

the springs a charming belle of Baltimore Of Rice one hundred tierces were sold, good to To Mellonvffle by 7 p m next Thursday, Thursday, and.12pm next days 15th of any agreement, or shall have given or performed 7 r. > .

to whom lie lost his heart incontinently.His .- fair commanding 34 fc S} cents TT lb.NEW01LEA5'1March. 150 miles : and October to 15th1jJune, and between 10 ain promised to give or perform any considerationto ..K..1 fre. ce" ._ ----j: I
24-4 And back between 7am Friday, 7pm Wednesday and 12m"Friday,residue of do,or not to do,any thing whatever to induce .IIop.'. 1.,FLSSTCTO Savannan,Georgia.,
person and address were attractive, and p. m. Sunday. other not to bid for a mail contrast. ""

though his prodigality had impaired his fortune Cotton was very quiet this morning, parties 3509 From Pilatka at 7 a m once a week Tuesday year.a.ls to e018m llee.-at-Bainbridge are any Particular person aiteation is called to the 2Ah section March: ; 13.1. .. tf ,,? !\ <

dotedon waiting for biter advices from Europe. : invited also for tri-weekly service 15th of the act of 1336, prohibiting combination *. '
still a rich old maiden aunt, who Rice is dull at Si t 6| cents V Ib. Four hundred By Enterprise ; ; -. Dissolution; 4 t 1.
of October to 15th ofiune. bidding.
him, Miss 1'crsimou Verjuice, promisedto casks Whiskey sold at 20ren U T gallon. To MeDonvillc by 10 a m next day 130 miles; 3541 From Bainbridge Ga.,at 3 1-2 p m twice a I prevent 12. A bid received after time to wit the lit, fTHHEFIRM'of Kizr-fcannja Is tlib dayx = .

do the handsome thins-: by' him. and on And back between 1pm Wednesday and 3 week,Tuesday and Saturday: April next,at 10 a nx,or without the guaranty required B_-. Laolred'by mates consent.nr v.All pcrso n* .

condition of his marrying d Fettling quiet. Arrivals at the Jacksonville Hotel. .JI m next day. (See 3503.) By Chattaheoche; Marianna Scunlock'sSpring by law, or that combines several routes in indebted will make j ) to.IU..a..zn.. -

ly to the management of his ebtate. So under [CoLt S. Brrrnttyos, Proprietor.] :J510 From Enterprise at 6 a m once a week Webbvillc. Campbellton, Geneva, I one rum of compensation, cannot he considered in M.KEIL WALTER, STEPHENS. .

these circumstances the proposal was March 23.-B. Kimhall,Empire Mills Fla. Thursday ; Ala. Gentsville h., Almirante,Milton, competition with the regular proposal not ad- ;
March 13t.h.I851. (20)
a To New Smyrna by Spm; Floridatown I to be extravagant Jacksonville Fla.,
Mareh 29 Poinsett Jacksonville G A ; judged **
-Egbert ,
accepted and Gus was married, and brought ,Purknett, Richmond eo., Ga.; A M Tnrknett; And back between 6 a m and.6 p m, Toes- To Pensacola by 4 a'm Tuesday and Friday | 13. A bidder may offer where, the trassporta- co-The business will hereafter b* condBetei** .. > -

,home his beautiful young wife to reside'with lo. Doctor Dir. Boston. day.tSfc* J"J311 ,230 mileJ: tion called for in the advertisement difficult or 4>y the subscriber at the Store formerly oeeapied :
4 : of KlEL'- < ;
. Aliss Verjuice at the Willows.In Mareh 30.-F D Griffin Savannah; Cant F FromTfew Smyrna the first Friday And back betteeen Sam Tuesday and Friday impracticable at certain seasons to substitute an by Kid & StepheDlid._ _

the early of the honeymoon, one fine Barden Charleston; Henry Saddler, Fla.; Fred- each month KTBr; and 7 p m Thursday and Sunday. inferior mode of conveyance,or tofttermit service Just Received' --
Indian and Jupiter .
By ; to run direct to Mar uui*, via a specified number of days, weeks or months. He : '
Sav. Proposals
Boston Miss Isabella
nick IHd.t : Knapp '
morning, when Mr. and Mrs. Scatterly and Miss Catharine r Williams, do. Mrs Scranton; To Miami in"2 days,300 miles ; rown', Ferry are invited. may propose to omit an office that.is inaccessible 1ifaER Brig Pacific,:and for.sale ty, J. H, >

the maiden aunt were talking together in Jo.; Mr. Malloir and ladv. do.; ;Capt Blankenihip And back between the 15th and end of each 3542 From Marianna at. 6'a m once a week or is not on the stage road, the railway ,or at-a. ..1 McRORYJ- -rI

the garden, Tom Mayflower, dressed in his and lady Steamer Welaka F A Tupper, month. Thursday steamboat landing,as the case may be ; or he may ISO bales Eastern Hay -

best,made his appearance,wearing smile of Mr.Jones. Savannah. ; 3512 From Barbonr's at Sam once a week, Monday By Orange Hill,Hplmee's Valley,and Chestnut offer to substitute an inferior mode of supply in I SOM.JJricks clear. ,
; Hill such : He may propose different days and 10 JH.- feet White Pine Lumber
March SI. Houston Fla. ; i ,i ;
most peculiar meaning. bt.-J- N Reeves Saddler W P By New RiTer.Fort Ilarlec,and Fort Crane; To"lichee Anna by 5 p m next days, 64 hours of depa/tnre and arrival provided no more "Stuff for finish- "'!/ '
"Julia, said Augustus carelessly to his April AngnstaGa. ; To Micanopy by8p m next day,68 miles ; miles; running time is asked and it is obvious that no Also Beans,Apples, Onions Bacon;Jcc tck -
Janes New York. I
bride And back between Sam Wednesday, and 5jI 7 annexation other public accommodation.Li marl34f J. l"MeRO.RY.Jr.Notice. .,-, '
"this is my gardener, come to pay his And back between 6 a m Tuesday, and mail or : .
m next days. ,He ask for more running timeto .
to honest Tom Mayflower a r> m next days. prejudiced. may -: "
respects you SHIP NEWS. Proposals to extend to Flemington will be 3543 from Marianna at 9 a m once a.week, Sat- the trip during a specified number of days,at 4
very worthy fellow, I assure you. considered. urday certain seasons of peculiarly bad.roads; but beyond indebted to 'the- estatej.f .

Mrs. Scatterly nodded condescendingly to PORT OF J JACKSONVILLE. 3513 From Newnansville at 7 a m once a week, To Ochosce; by 6 p m,30 miles; these changes-a proposal for service different ALL amea PERSONS ChQd, d deceased late of Micanopy* : d. :-

the gardener, who gazed upon her with open Wednesday : |jg ADd back between 12m and 8pm Friday. from the advertisement will prevent-its being 1 to-make immediate"payment '- '
eyes of admiration. She syoke a few wordsto The Schooner BrooksvOle, Capt. Limebnrner, By Santa FeFort Fanning and Wacasassa 110: Proposals for semi-weekly service to connect considered in competition with a regular bid not Florida,and are all requested having claims against tho. : .
him about his wife his flowers arrived at this port Friday 23th ult. from NewYork. To Cedar Keys by 7 p m next days, i at Ochesee with No.;3540 are invited. set aside for extravagance; and where a bid contains estate should presentthem for examination within _t- >
inquired miles ; of the above alterations their disadvantages '* it
; 3544 From Marianna at 7 a m once a week any -" :: s.
., -
the of the 23rd in b law.to
& and then turned, with the Reports on morning between Cam Friday and 6pm the timneprescnibed <,- '
c, away aunt as And back Tuesday; wUl be estimated in comparing it with.other. ROBERTlnIhiTal ,.:' CWLD "- .
if to terminate the interview. latitude d. 41 m., longitude 30 d.89m. fell in next day.Proposals. .T Calhoun C. K.; .>_ proposals, '- .fjL. ,, _. -- .

But Tom could not take his eyes off her, with the Steamship Brother Jonathan, of New to end at Wacasassa See are 3523 iimttd'and; To Apalachicola by 7 pm next day,90 miles 14. There. J should be bat one- _route. bid. for.in- a Feb.7o'lSi3J. : .

alsotocodalSanteFe. ( And back between a m Thursday and 7 p CitcUiteourt-- .
and he stood gazing and admiring, and every Orleans, having received considerable damage proposal.lj. the j
8326. < the lICn'ieetbe yearly ,
) ?<' The route, pay "
k next ,
now and then passing the back of his was then laying to repairing her vbeels. 3514 From NeWlWlYill &t 6 a m once a week-] I Proposals m day.for semi-weekly* ,:and also for tri bidder's name and residence;and the name of each '* :: '.btcnEfiiibetk ERY---- ., k -'' ';-, -'

hand across his lips Wednesday; weekly service, will be considered. member of the trm, where -company oners.: Jane Ball. '- : .. :<'.".- --

"What do you think of my choice, Tom t" ENTERED. By Fort Clark Wacahootie and Flemington 3545 From Milton at 6 a m.ones a week Wednesday should be distinctly stated J also the mode of convey y: .r"''Dr1M.cs- -- :: ---

asked confidentially.k. March 23th.-Brig Malissa ADD TaIbut N. Y. : ;- "" *" anee, if ja.higher mode than on horseback. is- James_ ,Bait. ., ,W ., "
Scatterly 29th-Seh. Harbenjrer Heath, N. Y.Brookavil. To Oeala by 12 m next day, 57 miles; By Coon hill and Nathansvffle,'Ala.; intended. -- t > appearing to the Court by affldavlt'made la ,"--- "
'"Oh! splendiferous!" said the gardener. .,Limebnrner,N. And back between 1 pm Thursday, and 8 p To Sparta, -Ala-i by6 p m next days,.70 16.The bid should lie sent under seal,addressed F this ease, that the Defendant 'James Ball rW ; : -
>Eose and lilies in her cheek-eh'!'" said York m next day.ProVo5alZtO. miles 'I to the First Assistant Postmaster General'with sides out cf the State Florida,and in the Stat,
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embrace Micanopy will be eonsidered. 4n the State oc Territory of .
uiFnidayand6pmiiext "Mail Proposals Po
ficatterly.t CLEARED. And back between 6& '.'' <' ;',
_" written on the'face of the-letter; and fS'b&dertd That-the beantsigoftbe-Seta "e :
"Her lip are as red as carnatons: and March 27th.-Scb New Globe Lewis at 5 once a week, Satuiday. days. L time to be received or ',<.:(" -
Essex 3515 From Alligator a m Milton at GimonceaweekVr ednes- should dispatched in by in said Bill of Complaint be Bad at the --
3546 From charred '
her eyes as blue as larkspurs said the gar Wi. Conn. i before the 1st April next, at 10 o'clock A.AI-. .It of three raontha from,the date of this '-. :2 '. '-,

dener. f 28th. Uranus, Conner. Boston. To oinstee{ by 1 pm,26 mile.; I By day EartTl'iver;'hT; and Alaqua; should be guarantied, and the sufficiency of the expiation Order: Prowrf *,;-- copy of.this-order bo .;::.;.:..

"I'm gladgrou like your new mistress; 31st. Katahdin, Wallace, N. Y. And back between 2 p m and 11 p m. To Uchee Anna by 10 p m next Ic nday 89 guarantors should be-duly certified. (See forms ) published in some newspaper priDted..Ja the tows .-. ": .

now to work, Tom." 331G From Alligator at-5 am once a week, Friday "miles ; .-". 17. The contracts are" to be executed by or before Jacksonville for the space of three montlurbefore. ;- .
go Paasengera per Savannah Steamers. ; And Lack between 6 am Saturday and 6 pIn the 1st July next. the time_set for tte bearing of this ease. '. "' ,
but I calledto '
beg pardon Mr. Scatterly; Shoals offices situated or near : "
Bv the MAOXOIJA, March 29.-Mr II S Sad By ; next Monday. 13. Postmasters at upon THO. DOUGLAS 1adae- "
see 'on business.11 To Blount's Ferry by 6p m,36 miles ; week Friday railroads,but more than eighty rods from a depot Clerk : :'. '.
you ler,M LeT Ion. N Leventhal B Eimbajl, and 4 3547 From Alaqua at 6 a m ones ; ; I. VJ&AESTK, < .
And back between Sam and 6 m next day. stlet the 19'.h April noxt report feb27-.3m' :: .
"Well-out with it." p To Geneva Ala., by 6 p m,4.i miles; will immediately ".Feb,24I831 ,
deck.By 3517 From Alligator at 1 p m once a week, Wed- 6 and 6 next dal.s.as that fact the Department,... their exact >-
"Do remember anything about saluting And back betweeij a m pm '
yon the WELAKA March 27. Mrs Seranton how otherwise
neMa; Jiolrnee'IValleyat 6am once week distance from the railroad and AH:pers nsndcbt d to; :the ea-
the bride!" Miss Knapp, Miss McWilliams, Mrs. Blanken- By White Springs Jennings, BeUe-. From supplied with the mail. to enable the Postmaster NOTlCKx the late George B Kcab,deeea***, -

"I remember I paid the customary homage ship Mr Barden, Mr. Tupper, Mr Griffith. MsMallory rifle Cherry Lake; Clifton and. Ancilla; To Friday St.. Andrew'. ,Bay by 8p- m,45 miles; General direct the proper supply tat* i are veqmt l to maka-payment to the usdeciief.- "- .-...".
and lady Mr Reed. MonticeUo 8 'Den Friday, 96 railroad by mail messengers,from said.;. -, ,
to Mrs. Alayflower." To by p m And back between 6 a m and 8 p m next day.. made from the and *an/persons having demand apinG ,'
the ST. MATTHEWS March 30.-L W miles & S '- and after tho 1st July next.- -, .. : 0esent them jtroporrax4 : .: ., -
Well, don't remember what By ; 3549 From Pensacola daDy. at 5p m 5 tate are requested ] ,
you yon Williams Norfolk, Va Do..April 1st.-CoLHEADQUARTERS ._And back between '5am Saturday and 12 ByBlakely.Ala.; T: ., :., 19. Under the act of Mrrch 3lSt ,the route testedwithia the.*. hedbJ"I wo"d f- -i '
pron/iped in case of your marriage 1" Spencer. ,' 44. m next Monday. ToMobU.bvllam Mt days, S1-mj1e; if tit bet lot to tbelowest bidder tenderIng EUCiCIL NgyJLj1oLLAND.Ifh .''"; '.' 'v -
"No!! 'Prn'MWS to commenceat Mineral Springswifi for faiUlfulpenInrmance,wraumt ewer 4.mnIitinP._ :. : ..
next .
,-- And back betweea U n and 7. a m,. ,. guaranties 'Jsn.1l851.a --"." ,. .' '
Tom produced the promissory,note with agrin be considered. (See 3331.) L : reference to the.node of transportation than'maybe S :, - .
) *; .
,I 6 week,Monday; to for the due celerity, certainty ... ,- -
its From Jasper at a m once SKey Westat8smouthe5tbofeach necessary provide NOTICE. ', .- -
of trinmph. "it's my torn now, Mr. Second Division F. M. Ferry 5350 .F )_ of such transportation.When .A .
J By Blount's Ferry, and RaatersoB's ; d- illyKeyVsecisaudItidiaflKCY?' ;and security RTSTERSUlPBere oWcilsUBff :-
Seatterly. j OBQBRS To Centre Village, Ga., by 6 p m next.Wed month 'T : ; the lowest bid proposes a.mode of conveyance nntn'COP.SKIFF t RYAN u,ttis,day,4t -,i ... -.,. ,.'. '"
11 .Jl'between -
What do yon mean?" *. *. ) ueedayS9milei; To Miami.by the IWi of the. same -monthl0iniiesi' that is inadequate theroaieia respect con.ezg.4heix.buek, and>: #. -- '. ',-S
"I mean to kiss Mrs. Scatterly." I. MeUobert Baker, of the County And back between 6 aID"Thursday.,, andipin '** -"- i >' to the certainty, security and'celerity of the solve4bym turned Ryan JSUekau-, '-. .. -., : y
have been
"Go to the deaccyyon rascal." of Dnval having been duly appointed by the Major next Saturday. -And back between J 15th and 20th. .of eachmonthtt mails aside from any-aceornmuuilatiou for travel- counts aotiuniedta collect the.erouiia --
Blount's are who are- .
General Commanding, to be Judge Advocateof Proposals commence at Ferry 1twWactbeeutLttedtotherOI2o. "-
''O! what is the matter?" exclaimed both -' t name aUiodO of oDTe1l'Dee' duo us _; wF.SJFF'_ : -
the 8eoon/l Division of Florida Militia with the invited. schedule eomneot i.inej When the bid does w ,
the ladies exclamation at 6-am once"a".eek. : '' Bids to van by a diSbreat will ber'taken and understood to be -H. _. .t i&.T. -' ,
startled by Scatterly's rank and title of Lieutenant Colonel he will Said from Orange Spring v" ,with the Havana-route at :1.e J t it -
and turning back to learn the cause therefore be respected and obeyed aeeGrdin ly. Wednesday and with the New Smyrna route at Miami, for the lowest mode;.of'.conveyance: towitenhorseback. THUbusiaesslieTeto&nt contacted b Tflxsi : .. .
demand By order of. Major General HOPKINS. ByMadisonboro; be considered.. F" When it proposes to carry accordingto ; byBan' "... > ,
"The fellow has preferred a will J: fe'SKrrr.winbeeoatia
of -
OSCAR HART To: Newnansville lOp ra,46 miles; ., _. ; the advertisement and no mode conveyance .' :

against me," said Scatterly. *. Adjutant General;8. D. F. M. 'Alld back between 6 sm and 10 p Wi next 4 ,SPECIAL,OFFJCES. ;, I stated for the route in the advertisement,it will they having' rormed"iPre. -. ;&RzAN. ..'i, -. .o". < .
**A legal demand" said the gardener sturdily March 20 1851.3.. .. considered offering only for horseback con-. 1 "- 1
Jacksonville be wHICEflA ,
day piaZi invite'far ntpftying the folJqwoi", _. .: .:.l., .. ." .
: and here's the document." 8520. From Okahumpka at 8 p. 'm oneo a -week,, ._ srw- .j. ,_.*.L.,_#* .----gAT the TY5Ce. of ,Mareh3. .F-'L.. ..._._' (tT) ,.-.a,' -I '. .
UJANTED TO -.+9 *-SH**>y miff ---- Sir Since tbuftssaee of the :act .' .
"Give it to me,".said the old maiden aunt. IIIILE.Agoodservant Friday; : ? toavmtobt. oaiedi1hsI'rpsinclu. = r4
ti"tl.l..iltcl -
receivedtt oi'Tt
: V V who '*. tame newdescription of Hd has been .
woman can cook wash,and iron By ThomasV; ISiS, a ; -
I Tom banded her the paper with_an"air of tri :150 miles .: I of but engages to ; i- <* J .' : 'J .
For such a one,a good place may be had on application 1"0 Yolnaiaby7 pm lien day ; specifies no mode conveyance p&o5LcTy1of5az : .
zmph.1AmInigbtsaidbe. to COLUMBUS DREW And.back bftweon8 mThBrsday sat 12 China' Hill from Qu-U'; miles and-back- I carry the.mail with certainty celerity and security '. 'lrrEsr .-G:4.z1xrz!: d .' : : '("

? | Apr.S-tt Republican Offiee.InVthe innextdayf" pee a week. ". ; ? V. ,using the terms of the law.v These Lids ax* -- ,; ...
Miss Ver. 3521 From Oeala at 6 a m oneo week, Friday'' fit., JOleph''rrom .tpaiMio1a, miles andback ,'front the manner in whiea.they are dflsig- .1Jeyo W:; "LReiatwti t ': .< -
"Pedectlyi replied
man "
p of e-Peo
ng .
and Okahumpka jToAbrahamtownby8pni.4tfina -, Sated the books of the .Depart eoi.- 'altW too G eral Interest ,1 -
Swamp on '& '
juice; "onl3''wheQ my nephew married, I Eastern Circuit Court.Clombta 7. ; ODce.week. i-A h.. ivbas been decided af\er.matare consideration .Independent of:Larty.- ', ,- J: ,.t 0 '- -. .

assumed all l.his debtsand I.am.now ready c.ny-PioTtds, :And.:back.cbetween.6" m and 8 p .,,1Ie** r ,that a Wd proposing Jyeaifio mod. of < -, -'-.- or .-. ". .ItmItt -

myself tp dim.'\ .Josxre AiroKcwk Y InChanevryf .. dsy Form far a Sid 6odmangefrOm'W!.J conveyance of as high a grade as two-kone coach ,duedectkch. waer : <: ., -
nay jour T* f <*i fleZowPfiStG&mOiteClfl two weeks, the judder to be preferred to'the star bid title b -,'.; -
by : a weekly newspaperV'tc *
omtemffated .iiportatIoai'i5 the above ,
From ?
"Fairjy trapped h1..Japlte rl' exclaimed"JSeatteriy Domccs ANDaZWS., ) Bill for Divorce., 3333 .ttrtuementu the Apartment enables it to : i .
other-Wednesday;' the above specified; -
theM experience
every here>nW devoted purposes :
weAi tbe'eaae )[ ; "
in arj y.or delight., T.. to the satisfaction of this Court ,T.Cedar KeyIbJ 6 P ID .mne.J <1 (or maybe : I' owhtollongnies-vit having Lad naaay years fxperiencc as a'Er'i: '--,

-atop," cried toe unhappy gardener, I that the Defendant,Duress Andrew_iedssbeoud Andbaek bet ween;6am and',*p m, every l *or names infolll of[here tel'ruI.cleDe&ot -,Wben u.JD&il on the route uDOtlarie..as to' tor.:nadersigBed only;refers to hisfumer : -' :- '' -S .. '
if :
recoiling from the' ,withered lace,, bearded the limits of the State of Florida to wits*, other Taeada"; residences'-hereby- propose reiuire two horse coach conveyance.star bid, editorial career as.foarantos of what the paper r ;AI"" '- .
in the State Georgia.' i a FromHomosa .t 2 p oneeaweek," FrI.dsya oa route No. from '' 4yert1aeiflefltfey the loweitW'11 be preferred to the specific bid.; .".'-.' :"..., -
lip and sharp nose qf }bp *ncien spinster; OB motion of lames M.Baker.Solicitor for often as the .P ItttGt' dated JeoaDbu"18 2. When the mails. 1IICh'.1I8 and welh'at NJ4J1'1IillaQ&ItaIlM ft t : .-- _r .. : -

K relinqaisQ DIY claim-I'll write a receipt Complainant; It is ordered that the said Defendant B,Gnyital BJvef.,BeakS eoanty' proposals on the same, to the schedules $0 render IL BeoHIIIf1 UI\Od ent.I.lefaeacci shall* ewer ia the eobmutf ofl** "-i .- .'' '.
'11 1t50.mquIres to to*timo stated woo coach 00DftJ'I'ueeiM :::1. ;-, .-t! : '. ;
in fuU.Xo/ appear plead answer or demur,to the said To Long Pond, lievyeoanty,WaeasascaJ" .MveTt1oueat.and: by U.fbI- them aIouit i provide $ will. e Th p Uticarpartie olt'''''b'fl +.: --,"' _
eMtalDea In the bigbei : ,: 5-
sir". aid Scatterly '*!yoa pressed Bill within three months or the same will be..ta .bj8p."ln'day,6ihaUee; ta ., I though modsyals T.4. =
; ken as confessed AD41k be'ween6 a. Thursday/and' 12 lowing*odiof..ouveysca the aminal.of erred to the stPbitO'the extent oa lbotbe&imofUM.Edi&or'to.r'

: pat for payment this moment-Hand you shall And ills farther Ordered that a-copy.of.
Jake your _.y. or l''yoq, (rom my. order dory certified be. published,in some.public ,Proposal*extend t< Fort' Faoxdng ar|laIJyMelendes < [It.'te.em the ", tSipea.] :, ditf'ereAOtia Id.aadt o luterfbrewith redaction the policy the tT nntt T pcIt. .-- '," .- .- ; -
in '
pmploy/ Newspaper of the Eastern Circuit of Florida fore ; : : ; I4kd. ..' ,, .., ." o' eU.te new law.which looks to> i.dtJiT or the.-tfIC' '
mre.L.ton 1t rW"_- ,Excpti ou.'ihow.Ter.mat : :
"!am eklr. space of three nonths, eoiintystminicea '- \ <" Oosuwpottatioiurr -.ALB K > *c i+,;'. II
readyK ai4 theranster :m 'liiJ: j01oweV irbere the .tsx-ii4 ji made*T : '- } : -S : ;
.March ZL183V (Biped- week.'W..J ". : Qrnnl1trpaflt4 be : "
Tomfchuddiredravrleduptotheoldla- *THO.DOUGLAS.,,: ; : Iorm a lassrttheuiS of tim.iev.oegnemnteetIZinmies the,present owner.r the (rtock. n..*route.aad ..f Dec.sS. ._. ..,.' .j..J' .""_.,.. _"- '-,J,_ ',.. ,. -
14 fly-shot hseyesaa. qpabonible.face, S- Judge lu..&o.. To Fort Dado by*pm 30.nem ..' .4Th.Iu4ersIgne4-tbre 3bat (here nit manifesh&t the reasons for profcmag> ,the ,,' ': :.. :' '>
biua.. :,,; ...* jo.J"'i j..s"w. .,
. and'Ks ed her while Mr.mod Mrs. S,stood j CrxTrrr-the'abore'tabe a true .00P1i1t ttia. ADd back between 8,' .4Ir.! oWeLIer or flUitS (. IS the bi4doDOUidm 1Iizhw- m-fo" : ,-'' F,, k ,.1j.'f." 'Jf l- -S ": '
Issertoame u".of t.b f .
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I 47 COI'faltidw.1b: sngtrter.tati'Zfli.ates .;- : Original order in the above stated: .. .FrGIa.WedDeJda.eoude1ouee-week' 'r.i 1'-f. ,-,: -t: : i ease aaybejtt\to\ (or their) bid tor canyta ptodbythoPertaSwr the. bone; coach ,or steamboat'..transportation' 1% reqniredly :-S > lT.J.TI.r .>>' ,U"t:. .1- -..JfPt'0 ,

afterwarda.Tom-entered.the a; :csio.-Vltneurnyhnad-snd&h. ;. ', -T v .':&obe" .the she'importance,of the mails 1. ; v -:' -
oAgtsbyI1iaImfles tie eoBtract zmsOFFlCI .i
: enter late :
;.. ,, : 8aIiAoa1dCoaflthls27tkdayofub,2s3r. P ,Wed- Goaeral, shaH for the spwiae bid will be if ss4'- .
weak I and the
Der'.1odcf. Jla1 and trembling, tWM 6 am prttorence t' ;
Cl'k.C.C. AM back $ ,GnoralfpttfsaaBttosmh ,, "t T
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.; : t 1FTh FLORIDA,>REPUBLICAN : A Jf N C, ':- __",:: ..,;, n E ,p:'1CIIra. __: _. h, ,''- ;. .iE__ ._ 'SaTttrinah' : Palatka/Steamer; i::. Agricultural: Warehouse f f.fJ4Jf w.f -". ""- .:V ,' '.

I n.rcBusaso XVS&T:THTTIBDAT.AT- FOR CLAWS AT'WASHINGTON : ., ;V/ .. ; -*. i ft HAVING'purchased the-entire stock of wri*1 tTMEdsTi1Nii1i AIi V 'SV VV
: implement .:.. DoafcW :
"aeJuo..nte.;DuTal County,E.P,by J. H. McRory, Jr. ,. ." &'_Webster,the undersigned would announce to ,
COLUMBUS' DREWv npakes this method -inform',hU friends'and /" ste: riiPacktV4 the public that 5 they hare"greatly.Increased saidstock { ,e '! .V $.If -Vt.4ij :. V

'VLLIAlt E. KENAtGJ JL the public generally that be has commenced .,' ,- J\IAm: ]'f.A". c' ;embracing bendeefc mat variety of other, ,#, JC'rt.-f: ..r:.- 'r"l. .3VV i.'t.. 5ls

: TuxS.'hree Doflan per mmum, payable, I NEAK WILLAEtl'S HOTEL, PES.NSYtVANIA AnNtT business in J East' Florida, and'toll- witt resume hee.:trips, '.by. leaving.Savannah Articles generally; VOf the following character and VV ,; "i 1"' .t<,, .rri .' .M to64wT*

. tpon ordering the Paper. I Continues to give his prompt attentionto, the arrangement cit patronage-having recently visited Savannah New York-at Thursday the 27th inst and will leave Palatkfc description: .-Agricultural and borticu1taral.lm q":1:

,. Subscriptions if not 'before the expiration and of claims before Conor Phiaelphi J3atmor, and. on Saturday,Jacksonrille.on Saturday evening -, elements of every ety-trr.th.most recent and r H. 1f :&>&.
paid prosecution i p1ns geni nt.,hav bn thereafter, continuing to, leave regularly every improved description five hundred plow* of every '. .

of the year,,,a charged ,-. gross any of the Executive Den&.- : mae the successful prosecution, all I week. _- V ,description: material* for, tanner* curriers,'and V 'II"16., **

.. Advertisements will Inserted at the following Claims arising from the II rda, in which our :Southern:.Planters are be For freight,or passage, having superior accommodations VV bras and Iron founders embracing every article: :JZ': t'41M

ratoat b twelve lines for Mexican Invalid F interested. Goods of !ver description. will apply on board,or to the Agents. used In their line,lncIudiugaiInecarytoo1i; ,..t. ; =, .
Oe DUaz per square ( ) o wars; nevolutionallat- procured at short "supplied.. at Tory ,F1tNANDEZBISBEE & CO.. &e.,at manufacturers'prices* V = ,- ; i! 2

; the ,aD Seventy-Five Cet for every subsequent lay, or Widows' lension8; Nav or Army; SMALL ._. : Jacksonville.. :I-. :MiscELfcANKOfs. Roller and common gins.I TO" ?.?
insertion': To yearly Advertisers a liberal Bounty Land or Scrip, under laW of Feb. 11, PRODUCE' of eyery kind will bq rceied.o.n GEO. COOLEY Picolata. VV V I jack screws,store_and cotton trucks-wheel barrows d .
sale or shipment, which liberal .fJ1i"'. .p.,:<
upon fore ,
: atva.ntt. R,R.JIE1D Palatka. road scrapers, hydraulic rams, pumps
iiMonnt will, All transient Advertisements 1847 10 1848
b ,or ; Arrearages of Pay and ,he made.: Arrangements made fot Tim- .
. me. Aogs > V V A. COY/Black'Creek ,' V. patent chains to facilitate V the drawtn; water; ''f' 4 >1-
r; (exeept by persons biTing running account Mileage returning Volunteers; Claims for bet of every Quality. > ;Feb.27. V ;y 1mJVEW V. : Georgia and French burr millstones;calcine-cast_ V .

: '; with the office) must te paid for previous to publitattaa. Horses lost and other.Property destroyed ; Expenses BOOK.PAPER & STATIONERY of eveiy lnsJ.'IaatCrers'and raw for farmers; plantation : AK>rAUQTO 4S.P&WNSENUJSV -

. tl f incurred by before being mustered variety will be kept on hand or supplied on short" DRY: GOODS STORE. 'hils;'corn and. smut t mills; screws.mill irons: V
Volunteers notice.- '. ,- bolting clothe, picks, reeds, .shuttles and general AFFIDAVIT
I Persons at a dist&ne eon govern their remittances .And received into service ; WaggoQ-ma Through arrangements with Book Pvbtiihert t G.1V.BAR'TONH finding for cotton and woollen manufactories. -,, V : : ,

. .1 for advertising,by the following rotes: ter and Teamsters' claims; Marines'., sailors', : flutter'ScuooL myself that BOOKS country on bettor dealers terms can be than supplierwith they AS V uxt received from the North, and now MILS. MACHI.IEXT'aid'e LS, &c.manufactories,Having the 1f...2''uiatsMpbH.t4ikMi ,.

. .4 One square (twelve lines) published six: months to.. &0. i* can have their orders filled in'New,York.. : :.' V offers for Sals in the building formerty-oc- we agencyjbr shall be various; at all extensive times to furnish h.S Cart Unrkol. ul"r Dti3ita. Vbj5 CI.T.-.a..

: :: fcf '$10 0 Having all the forms 'necessary for a proper I It shall be my aim t satisfy all who ma,favorme copied as thepost Office a new and handsome"assortmcnt species of machinery prepared on the shortest notice.every. .V S was tfm 4,m f. dIeM 8lr M ". .1t9"_...

i Two ,for six$ months, 15 presentation of claims, together with the rules with'their patronage, 'both. a regard price of Fancy:and Staple Dry GOOds, whichhe ,The highest market prices paid at all times for VV 'i?\8,.a.,1a a swami llckt alUMi*UMM Ittuptt '
S 0 ell 0 andquality. offers at very low prices for Cash, and respectfully the lstss&Sd IS ii Ii3ur..US g..C .J4,Jr.I_ ::11"1 r.. .' .
hides. All
';! If.oticei to debtors and creditors, 70 and regulations governing the different Departments AGENCIES. invites the'citisens of Jacksonville and V the State,sheepskins received and, and sold for the usual produce commission.S.&HHOYT&CO. mltlx the. .;".. Ot wkl'M Old Dr."n..tr

: .. Application for letters of administration, 5 0 he i prprd undertake all claims, of, The.agencics of several vicinity to call and examine his Goods.previous to V 4U.,*'*,MMl>*4i* .f imprtM n purchasing elsewhere. Also V : V ..tAss II ,..rt4.-.11t.i :..w, V
; Notice of Application for dismissal Administrator what kind that may the services "MEDICINES have been a.4 mt as .
. a. of ser at this rqur 3-4 and 4-4- Venetian, Stair Carpeting from 15 to :No.' 171 Bay street. Savannah, Ga sac tank tk'bttles se i m r Uy.aa il VM kesiCyt.ligSsIU rwtkB
an Agency "
$10 "
r 0 ple. 25 cents. RaFERENCES.--IVTCSSrs. Padclford Fay& Co.; %. .
V .
: For announcement of candidates office 60 Particular attention given to the proper settlement 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do. from 45 to t.Denslow, & Webster.. -oct 24-tt at wt art kM,U(V U itUtt- tnm
C No announcement will be made unless the same of Quartermasters'accounts. 62 1-2 cents. 4* V V V V V "t V

I- be accompanied with the amount charged. Charges moderate, and regulated by tho amount .CANJIAN.I 4-4 Super Rag doi3l 1.2 cents. ". 'V Atlanta (Ga.) Ftmale.8em.lnal7." HEOAflD.
Men's heavy Kip Boots and V ".e ... Dnoitts .< Of dly Jf.y:
. te.: Editorial notices for private benefit will b claimed, and the.extent of services required.All II Women,Ltirls, and Boys, Bootees.Brogan THE the exercises first Monday of this new July scboo last commenced under the <.!?.to .a r tkM..:*slit a CaM SAM w* fc4 4.*t* ia |.,

: ; I_ I barged double the rate of advertising. cmmuication., to insure insertion, must VER MIIUG i 'E \ .', Black Silk Hats from $2to 3. charge of A*. RKellam,'principal in the literary, P. 1'...*<'.S .,.v.
Religious i Obituary, and Marriage notices,will be postpaid. dec 4t Mens and Boys glazed Caps. and his accomplished lady,in the music and ornamental .f i.lo.l.tttnM,. lay.tJUimtl palsies vaUk Oat s rUM

be published gratis. Silk and Gingham,Umbrellas. department with assistants of high qualifications. pr.psrsIIosts.w* as 014 Or.J_k 1".... tttm
: 1I I Carpet Bags. pMilla bays,M w.4sl l* b.tb kiai. -
ell The Institution will be divided into mtj
:" Communicton. must be post paid. Oscar Hart, A !, \\.1" AIN. : Ladies elegant New Style White V ,and colored I I four classes, fourth,third juuior.'ejid senior A :SCIIIIITELIN. BROTH R3 CO1M end 1M Jeka K.

: t A 7 TOR'N E Y AT LA 1lr, I Sun Bonnets Ladies colored Straw .Bonnets and preparatory department will be attached to the If.TRUSHTON .
J\\ Office-over the large store of.Messrs.Holmes. & REMEDY I, ,. I WORMS. Winter Hoods. Also school, and conducted under the supervision of the CLARK. VV It,CO,110 tt. 373 Braadway 4 U

: : PJ11LIPFI'AZER1,' Co., opposite the Masonie Lodge, on Bay st., Canton Crape and Cashmere Scarfs, Shawls, principal. The school has been furnished:with a V AstorHoMeIf.
Ribbol's, Inserting and Edging togetherwith anassortment. selected astronomical NORTON BABCOCK It WOOD 139 MaIden ;K.T.
: ATTORNEY: & COUNSELLOR? AT LAW, WILL in the. several counties of the unquestionably UK bestWORM MEDICINE in use; of fine and well apparatus,globes .
; pacUc. it is a positive remedy,and can always be depended Hosiery, Gloves Ginghams Chintzes geographical phonographical,sound charts, HAVILAND,KEXSC fe CO.,80 M Id.m taa%. .

1 fif ; J JSILLE FL., Eatr Ciuit Florida, and attend to the on and is perfectly safe in its operation. Mou.:4line De Lames tweed Cashmer, Shirting, maps, &e., on,large scale, to be seen V and read DAVID T.LANMAN Water Street V '.

. "t Will attend any professional business entrust collection of claims against the United States for SheetingOtnabnrgs. and Cassimere; also, distinctly from any part of the room. A good library HAYDOCT CORUE8 k CLAT II'Url*zst., 4.'

, !: .a to him i the t Courts of the Eastern Circuit Military services, and for Horses lost or other DARLEY'S ARABIAN ALSO,HEAVE REMEDY, Black variety and of Colored Smollwares Silk White Cravats and, &0.Colored&e. Shirts, for the of choice of the books pnpils.-also. belongs to the school OSGOOD k JENNINGS,183 Pearl Street,' ''M
use '
'J f" and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has property lost destroyed by troops in said service. An article of great merit and which no.one who Jacksonville, Nov. 28th .. tf The scholastic year will be- divided- into V two-sessions V I.MINOR fc CO..914 Fulton 8tStIV&J.F.TEIPaokalMsiA.nLsn. ...

. also such an advantageous connection with an Also, claims for pensions o disabled soldiers,or owns a Horse should be without.Dr. of twenty weeks each;there will be at least : ., '_

, t able Lawyerat Washington city, as will ensure the widows and. orphans of deceased soldiers. Christie'' Galvanic Belt, Bracelets, I In the. Circuit Couitfor the State of Florida one publie examination each session, and a quarterly RUST nOUGHTON John Street 4..
and Magnetic Fluid. report will be sent ,to each parent or OREENLEAF fc KINSLEY,43 Cortlaadt 1U .
land Necklace in and the Southern
collection of such claims Also, claims for bounty to officers and soldiers for Circuit. V
a ad'led a Fur and giving a full and fair.statement of the stand WALTER B.TOWNSEND fc CO.,t'28 Pearl $U .
: ti' .prmp bands, against the United and the widows and orphans' of deceased officers tie Remora PermQnt Cwt of all For Monroe Conntjr. ing, deportment, and expenses of the pupil. OLCOTT M-KE8SON fc CO, 137 Maiden Lees4..

, t States. and soldiers. And of those j-ervols DiQss. are caused by'' BILL IN CHANCERY FOR DIVORCE. RATES OF TOTTION.-Preparatory class, rr JOSEPH E. TRIPPE,U8 Maiden Lane' '.

1 ept.l.1S49-li .! Also, will give his attention t conveyancing, an.impaired, weakened or unhealthy con.itiol of .; -Edward F. Griffin, Complainant,. session, $8; fourth and third classes, 15; junior POU fc PALXNCA,H John St. V,.

: c I 1 ___ to nAming titles and and ascertainingclaims the V V VVWS, vs. and senior classes, 20; mnsia piano forte.20; guitar MONTAGUE WARD fc CO.83 Maiden Lana V .. V
. [ } to lands. recorJ NERVOUS SYSTEM. Patience S. Griffin. 15;ornamental branches, 10;.vocal music,2; THOMAS fc MAXWELL 98 William It. .

5 i 'JT. P. SANDERSON, Tis beautifu and convenient applicatioi of the T-appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by library and incidental expenses per quarter I. 'V JACKSON ROBINS fc CO, Ml Water St.V .
All business entrusted to him will meet with I No received for less time than
powers GALVANISM and MAGNETISM its records that said Bill has been filed pupil a one session V
ATTORNEY attention all ,has been I ,and no deduction made unless for GRAHAM fc CO,10 Old Slip ;
prompt ; and instruments of writingwill pronounced by distinguished by due proof that the said Patience Griffin residesout protracted ,
1 1y: HAVING removed Jiis office from Columbia executed by him with neatness and dosjatch7 physicians, both in Europe and the United States, of this State, It is Ordered, That a hearing:. sickness. V V V MARSH fc NORTHROP, g Pearl SU .
;. : to J aSItie, Duvnl County, b -. to be thte most valuable medicinal,ducovery vf the on said Bill be had at tho next Term of this Circuit From their experience and former success they HERWOOD fc COFFIN,84 Pearl SL V ,_..

ti: respectfully informs his friends that he will continue f 4ge. : Provided That this Order be published in' feel confident rendering full satisfaction. Their 1NGERSOLL fc BROTHER,230 ParISt. ..

,1, :t the practice of his formerly. Jacksonville, Jan. 25, 1851. tf D n. Wit COX'S some public newspaper in this State for the term :I facilities for imparting instruction'are':rarely '1. A FAHNESTOCItfcC0..4 _
, profession a Compound Extract ofSarsaparllla, of four months before the first day of the said next equalled. The advantages of the location need la MBBMUOB with tMj v* frt n ntrM.f a C HI WlUh
Ia will attend at each and every Term of I Original of Townse/uTs. Term of said Court. not be mentioned. Access to the placeunequalled 4ky all th. pri.eip',naJI_.l.rt*U tis B7...t

p j the Circuit Court in the several Counties of JAMES M. BAKER JOS. B. LANCASTER, and health undoubted. Board can be bad in the ibm ski UrKMt BBd iBMt beam U tk. V.111g.le.s.. .

,fl-{ the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of ATTORNEY AT LAW, IT IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY, Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida.OSJJAN .' beat families on reasonable terms. For any information Nearly Iwsity PII1aieJau gin tk.ifUrtto By aJ_ U kt i
I easily proved by us, thatTOWNSKND B. HABT, wanted, address the principal, Atlanta, Card SIIu.art.0 ''.'1.1..1. .a'&er. Old Dv-/.
.U: Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the...Supreme Columbia Co. Florida. V Ga. 'M4 fa*
Aliaor, Eat Solicitor for Complainant.Dec. VVOctZ13m .ok T."...( Sarparilla tomm leapU1l.
Lh: C-ur at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Jourt at StTfc ---- --- --- --- did obtain 4om DR. WILCOX the receipt for I .'19, 1850 nr 4m V V M MU U.tkcil .ili.asl.. (. S. r:.ar\1.I.. --

Augustine.. AU business entrusted to his care I 31.: WHIT SMITH J OrBRIEN manufacturing the original Columbia County She ria's Sale. .ea4-: V- V

ATTORNEYS LAW, and that ho the character and reputation V V lif virtue ofatihrit of ft.fa issued from the I .
-. Address-J. P. SANDEESOS, Jacksonville, I was established,as being tbc most COPARTNERSHIP. Circuit Court of Columbia county, wherein .,the tr..ndp.1dci .i DTIUIS$. (IC.. .
: Duval Count*, Honda. I It Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. B. Watts w the Plaintiff and Wm. Coson I'I V .
heretofore Joseph
? EXTRAORDINARY MEMCINE THE Copartnership existing under I, V Terk.Btx>klyB ..4 1r'.Ui.\ar. 1r t Jacksonville, Jan. 17,1S50. tf M WHIT Sur. I M. O'BoiEx, in the world, for. the following suchas firm of Cureton, Titus & Harris, is is the Defendant, I shall expose to sale to the high- seT per.nal TICV* .f th.teal Bttrit .! tfc.,..TnutntfSarnptnlUi.
Office at Alligator. I| Office at Newnansvillc.BOARDING. ; Scrofula King's didc8es.Salt h s day dis.olved by mutual consent. est bidder before the Court House door in the Of tit*... pnfenW ky tk. *rtfw to .IM.rigiaalS

1 Rheum CooRmptoni'd Head Evil CURETON TITUS & HARRIS. Town of Alligator in Columbia county, on 1 the *ri rUUw.un ... ilC lot.. .T ..lkMt
IteQUEEN McINTOSH ness of Erysi.elal. Tight Jacksonville, Dec. 20th,1350. First Monday of May next, the following property MttU tkat matter kttwtm tktflnlTM.. B.t_ CM lkw .

A TTORNE VAT LA r; I I.v tation of the Heart Dyspepsia,and PIIli. ,to wit-Levied'upon as the property of said ..s1it to fit*tAd TM
:. WILL attend. the Circuit.Courts. the Eastern I Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single] Nervous Affection General Debility, Fluor Al- The business hitherto conducted by the above- Defendant, to satisfy said S- fa. : Dr. J..b TtvBMaa'i !SMnpariD Mr. S. p.TVBMB4fc

i 1 perrons or families can be found at Mrs. FLO- bus of Whites, Rheumatism, Svpliili", LiverComplaints named firm will be henceforward conducted by Lot Number, [6] Section twenty-five[23] sal I.ayt tilt vakil*t.J.df. vkctkm we are "4MiTM sal

Circuit; the Unite States District Court at St. TARn'S-the old Jacksonville hotel, (which has Cancerous Humors, Mecurial Diseases I and under the firm in Township six, [6]South of.Range fifteen [15] nrl- aier.BB4 aol t* k. tr.it.,- ky w<.i.,. V ,

j. ) Augustine; Supreme Court at Tallahassee; &c. &c., ofCURETON & TITUS. East, containing eighty [30] acres; .Als9.,Lot L Our ezpnitBc aid.kMmttoB bays..pa tkat Ike

and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of been thoroughly repaired and renovated) opposite For some and no doubt in order to Jacksonville, Dec. 20th, 1850. tf number five, [5] of Fractional ejection twenty-five, Oil Br.'. Sarupanlla pci._. nsad1.ai ..eel virtue -

Florida the Government at Washington, I the Republican office, Bay street, Jacksonville make it purose., the genuine cannot be made [25] containing one.hundred and ,fifty-five [155] tbLR S PT...aw -.sal,. s.u..r ts pbli'

I agais' East FloriOAj Oct. 2J-3m without great expense,) pollute with minerall, VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE. acres; And Lot number three [3] of Fractional .*I4 ._ !.be tk.UBM. a4 w s alvajt sake Itf a .
either before Congress or at the Departments. I such Corrosive Sublimate, Sulpher, Salts, UNDERSIGNED Section twenty-seven, [27] eoutaininge'ghty [SOl ...cieact..duty.. .''w. articln kcwiaftk* .*.

4 I ftjADDRESS, Jacltontille, East Florida. I : Saltpetre a,&c. &c. THE tract offers for.sale a valu acres; Also, Lot number four, [4] of Fractional Bam, sad pnrportiaj t*cure'tk*nn 4i.MM*Nt I.aiMkrtto
''I l JAMES SULLIVAN of land on LakjaaJjessup, on the 27 80 idA that which .eoBaldcr tk* kU"V" fat tkal .f
; May 2,1850 tfJ. Now in consequence of the above abuses Dr. St. John's River of t Section twenty-seven, [ ]containing eighty [ ] ; w '
i Ko. .12 "WlUtakcr, near Bay Street, WILCOX has concluded to give his whole time thousand first consisting rate hamino Hhd acres. Two acres ; Aba, Lot number seven, [7] of Fractional __ avnapanlla ka* gnuilj MBN4, fuBMBU4 a4zplod
and talents to tho manufacturing of are equal to Section t.wenty-seven (27]containing one hundred lit both .., ihsrtey jiTiif gnat i *tUf..tor
:i SAVANNAH GA. ; in Florida
McRobert Baker, any beautifully situated on the Lake, and six (106] acres;Also, Lot number three, [3] : CBitomcri.kai laSaraeW B*la.*>TTtftna***C Ik* Oil
to the culture
3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL admirably adapted of cane and in Fractional Seion thirty.six, [k] containing Dr.*.prepiratiaa Wb a'a k.* ky eat *Btt. Mtr for .ue
4 ATTORNEY COUN.ELLORATLA1J'3AC.SOVILLE TIN WARE MANUFACTORY in its primeval state of vegetable purity, 8 that cotton. The position of this large body of fertile fifty (50] acres ; Also, Lot' number six, [6] of piaiaat which wi belIeve BBder"in .irct..-..-.,
the afflicted of classes
have land the banks of
a healing on our river.ad.ls
may navigable
great ,
E. FLA. ul Fractional Section thirtyeix. 36 containingfiftynine Wit v*tkealit act k*.itat*IB cJ"taf *ar nCnB* to OU
balm for all of above
DEALER II complaints. And from greatly to its intrinsic value and makes it acres; Also Lot number one. J] an F.rac- Dr.Jae.k T....Br.. With UN*i*'i,w*.IWT.. Ik*,W
WILT practice in the Courts of the Eastern I .apanned Britanla,'Planl.hed Ware, his knowledge for the last ten- his years of the wonderful desirable object for one or more large sugar or tional Section thirt1.six, [36 conlainin; eighty lie t* deeid if w*are .., ..$.. U pTiaf tk. 014 Dr.*
healing propensities cotton
m .oi in Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit & & compound plantations. V [80] acres; Also, Lot number, two, [2]in Fractional 'pnparatioB that,"'ue...wAtch It .Ma to 4wrr M a
not to to that he warrants The sub criber also offers for sale
tjt Beaten and HilLsborough counties of-the' kinds of Cooking Stoves and of say you a 12,000 acres Section thirty-six, [36] containing eighty I It0 .. : ALL Ranges. cure of ANY and ALL of tho above disorders, ifpersevered on Lake Monroe, on the St.. John's river well V V
2*1 Southern Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tallahassee 1 t\e most approved pl.crs. for families, in according t the directions. Dn'tsay adnnted to the Turpentine or Lumber business. ] acres; Also. Lots numbers one,five,and six, ".uUy.Baaifft4 iu lanr. i, .

t and in the United States District Court bot1 ships; and all for parlor I that you have tried Sannparia and I The above tracts will he sold on liberal terms. [1, S,&6]Fractional Section twenty-three, [23] Pkllip Kcrkl, V. D.3(3( Cnni It'O Av* M B 'If.y.
three hundred
containing together and four [304] V V
public places. Stove Pipe and every deficription not been bcnefitted, so JOSEPH FINEGAN C. O NnxncM.3M Brw ai M. D.V 4*
] for the Northern District of Florida; and will I of Sheet Iron Work made at notice. I: t' Jan 16.-3m acres Also,Lots numbers one, four five and six, G. A. New...M.D ITSCUrrjr 4*
I It DR Jacksonville, Fla. 4:5 & 6 in Fractional Section thirteen H. D. Wjraaai. M. D. Olaaiaua st.ZMsgtea _do
JVILCOXS.Fot 1:1: } [13Jcontaining
prosecute claims against the United States before Force and'Lift Pumps Beer l'umps, Lead ] there has I. H. P Tu>ar U. D.SS6 Gnnvuk e.r.Barnw 4* .
Wire Pip name pot upOn together four hundred and three V and D.D. .4v C V .
Tin Plate,Sheet Iron, Galvanized B.lka.p.1f.D1t'5. : V
t; x Congress and the Departments at Washington. 1 CASH purchasers of Tin Ware can supplied : the reputation of this article, and wo tel you Jacksonville and Alligator twenty-five-hundredths (4J)3) 25-100) acres, all in VA. R. CM*. M. -D."CT, Rid.cte..11-Oq.&IeIe V .

Being located at Jacksonville for life, he will : at prices a low a they can buy in b York or PLANK ROAD NOTICE. Township six (6) South and Range.fifteen (13) I Jjlha C.,5.HIBIOB Behl1Ilf,]M.. D D.lWto.Ia-AYt. 194 fltlll A"., '.

give his entire and unremitting attention to his i j else where. Orders from South Carolina, SAlSAPAnr.LA ROOTis /I' :: East. Property pointed out by thu Plaintiff., Dr. Ge.,>.wby. X.D.SiCaaal 4Dr. .
Flord. V V A. J. T.. WRIGHT ; Pap. U.D. Brooms c Fenytb V '.
cu i profession, and all business entrusted to his : and the intror. are most, excelent it qualties. one of the TilE BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPtietfrto the Sheriff Columbia County. Dr. Fruo L M. I>. SJ5 RiTi.ntoa. .4*.
Aug. tfFASHIONABLE inferor ingredient ofhis.may we not truly stock of the Jacksonville and Alligator K-L-DtCrindVc!.].ons Br..e *.
hall meet with attention. Feb'. 27 1831.'
prompt say Compound Plank Alligator, td H. P. Pridham. V. D.3Wh cr.Ma -- 4*
--- Now friends these Company will be opened.at J. W.Treatmaa.M.D.SOS 8taatB. 4*
29 assertions a're true to the
Jacksonville le
August ,18. t the store of Fernandez, iiisb. TJo. in Jack- X:N. Gilearut. X:D.20i Caaal V V .
I. ___ :- letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but sonville, and atthe store os S. Niblack Co., Jacksonville Hotel. H. L. Paraoa JI..D,e Caaal.. -. t- ..
TAILORIl'G. because we have a tight the benefit of truth, ,JTMIE Subscriber having become the purchaser J. WUlwrtll. M.D.:a OliTtr V '. .
kIr4 A Card. 4" and it is also true that if will call Alligator, on Saturday the first lay of March JL Chari. ?.ray.IsaChaaibsra ,1",V '45
you on us, we and sole of this well known- V
1 next and will be Proprietor
Subscriber continued until the whole Bearr Trimmer.27 Whitehall 4.
would open
1' DING to leave the State,I have transferred The citizens of Jacksonville respectfully inform will give you names and residences of people who stock is taken.In HOTEL, respectfully informs tire public generally A.Jl.>. ..t Xearoe V : ..
and its vicinity have been cured of diseases which astonished C.AiDiaead. Jr.6JS Grama .
ha that he had added to the former house
toy professional business t J.McRoBEHT BAKER.Lq. that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied not only themselves,but their and also behalf of the Commissioners: twenty-odd Reuben X. VoM 506 Craai V V 45
physicians, more comfortable rooms, with over five:hundred .
at Law JacksonvOle E. F in- by Col. anderson as a law office, where intends of of best S. D. FERNANDEZ, J. H. Watt.21 Sill An.'W' !
Attorney -, he names sonic our physicians who are Jan. 30. lS51.tfCommissioner.. feet front,'with piazzas in front and rear,making XiJuL.C.-.m6Ia.n.. -. ;.V.V..
t 4 eluding all such matters a were entrusted to my carrying on the above buine< whichhe using, recommending, and selling large quantities it as comfortable as any Hotel in the South C. MS1b.m6cb.T5VV' V < V .
will endeavor io merit a share public of Dr. Wilcox's BtBJaom l>ea*. 19 8riag V V V V S VJo..piiLeeI2'JAv.C ,,4e
careful which now-will enable him to V .
by Gen James-A. Pcdcn, of which all interested Compund. accommodate over _
rjt c patronage. He will keep constantly on hand a to get that with "J. M WI. Jacksonville Male Institute.REV. one hundred and fifty persons. His table will be Albert W. ,."1..Ilaaitra tor.AYe...'D t *,-->*.rtAles.
I I-t will please take notice. choice ajgortmnt of fine Cloths, cox" on the outside label or ,you may injured under the superintendence P. Boyd. ISO UejUr ? ,_V.._ V ,4.
for Cassimefvs, Vesting, Trimmings, &o., which rather than beneCtted.If otauexperiencedhousckeper Alfred Vanb.Variek .*'. ITamenley V '..
Mr. business diligence
reputation L of the '
Bkrs 5\VARTA.M., PRINCIPAL North by whoso aid he flat- SamMt Taylr. 2l Bleeeket V J 45
ti- and are sufficiently well established will b made to order on the most reasonable you wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is, we : ters himself he shall not be rivalled'by_any Hotelin D. D.T.U..Mi IIa4.BJeahaaOre V < .
I t JOHN HENRY. have V VMorU. '"
the of _
privilege referring tho first 101 ChlUllkn V ,
, .p'j c promptness t all matters i his hands.t .- Jacksonville, Oct. 1850. community. t Rate of Tuition.. the South,bcia;; now enabled by the constant I k RebWaa. Fearl eor.Crow sdo
.u 3 i PrincipalOfee. ; V steam communication with Savannah and Charles' H. Parker X.' D. Mjrtlr AT. er.CarreU JlrMkI"
t I i This transfer is.a sufficient manifestation of my 173 BROADWAY NEW-YORK Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic ton.to have the advantage of the fine markets of V J.W.Sleight, M.D.41 Jamee'. .f' 44

r I eadne i professional ability and Intgiy. T. VANCE'S And corner Green and Beaver sts., Albany and Penmanship, per quarter,\ 94 00 those"cities.. In :addition, be has made arrange- O.8.D.P.Arree Leoda Court A&laa&i.COT.eor.AtUatie Hear?,. V V *.Ie

'.4 ; CHARLES P. SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON QISS.finite sold by Druggists and Country Merchants all Geography, Grammar. History; Composi-' meats,in connection with the Hotel,.at all times A. HoUhkiw. Jr. 7 r.'... V V ,3.V Bn-.k7.
COPER over tho country. sition. Elocution and Book Keeping o furnish fine horses and carriages for. the accom- C. M. Wright. Celao*.e. Sacketk V V VV V VV, >
: 29 1850. Higher branches of an English Mathematical 61 odation of his ,. V 3 BarveA, 137 Cearl V V VI. < ..
r AUf toNY Subscriber begs leave to inform the CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC! and Scientific guests. PrMeoit.2>Myrtle-Areaa* : V .
course, 1'he V
V increasing reputation which the climate of Meas.5aii.or3Mti. : V 'VV 4.
v l J. JleROBBRT BAKER, JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and tho pub Dn't be deceive by a'certificate attached to Ancient Languages, -, 10 00 .'lorida1 in the estimation of the medical dc. Smith. ell.'..cur. BaltIc V V *a c. .
lie that he .
w con supply them with his which
double a crtfes'that A quarter consists of eleven weeks, and two faculty!; for the cure of consumption and other I J. Badeaa, 101 Vrrtla A*."'.DaSUU. r kly
each bottle is .
at Law E. Florida. compounded and J. D. ) awiU&Gna.t. V Willi. '".
Jaccvile singleSEA mae sessionsadayi pulmonary diseases has induced a vast increase .. -
.tomg ISLAND ROLLER COTTON supervision of James Chilton, who 9to12a.m3to5p.m L.Partoae. V .71 V .
I. Chemist of travel to this State C. H.V N. .. Creaavtek 4
t been hired for Exercises commence on Monday, the 3d day of during the fall and winter Clark. .nl *
PUBLC. No is longer entertained they best ha see of those U. V. Baeb,3&Grwavieh- V MDaf
are pn1oso. who
doubt February next. months seek the relief afforded ha I
how it looks,when t W. B. .... ..
miles V iSBr..f ,
1 Commissioner appointed by Governors of Gins and the Subscriber flatters th Chiton resides5 I *
I milder andJn view ot V
u himll. January 28. 1851. tf atmosphere; this bet the '
from the <. aetieed vith "CAtD7OVTHSFUJiLIcss
from the satisfaction he has manuCaco' gre'at ( pteaiBra a
: the following States t take Testimony, Affidavits general given subscriber has determined that V his exertions to
he imposition and de- r.,, \j nor SUtrPhjtMaaa at OnlaMlia
last seven years will receive their publc.
support. merit the
.t and Acknowledgments to be used therein t ccive the Administrator's patronage which shall be 'bestowed the at New York atiM'aClB$50TasdusopSril1sl.Iw
Prices low, and tho Gins made of the best materials unwa but ye ;ourlve. Notice.. upon him shall be without regard to toil or City en Ua relaUv
I! Maine,. Virginia, and workmanship.BOXES ALSO of"V & MONTHS ex jrUek ...L.prITs.ISkprss.l _
Pil. after
dateweshallprefcnt all SAMUEL BUFFINGTOi.. '
flr: t i Vermont, ,North Carolina, AND BRUSHES including ills, Rev.and Dr. lbbrd's weltknown SIX accounts and vouchers to tho Hon. Felix pense.V Jacksonville' V ,V E. F., October 3, 1830.tt IB favor,tOLD D*;JACOB TOWNSISTTS' SAB.
fl f t for sale Gins Biooll Bitte s.-.Orde.g -SAPARILLAerer thai made II yJI#:S.; Pew ea l.wu,
" l3 Massachusetts, South cheap, and repaired at the lowest of the Livingston, Judge of Probates for the County of -
I L Connecticut Carlia rates. any part Country will reMve prompt Duval for a flna'Iaettlement of the estate of Seymour the CBderalfB.*0 ..st eerdially eeaear IB Ola ttala*-
k Gorgia Agents Pickelt deceased and will then: ,apply GREEN'S 'TYPE FOUNDRY; :j J Wa weald therefore,eoateimtleeriy reoomBMBd tk*aWk I*

I 1 ,t I New York, VILLELOXGU & ACOSTA,Centrcrillage., Ga. Address J. II. McRORY,'. for discharge from all further attention ana. responsibility No. 123 Fultonfitreet, Sun Building, New. 'orK; 1 .ta- 014 Dr.. Jae.Vs' &-., .&, (..-.$..,P.. '.M WKeet .

j Pennlylvani' Mississippi, ." MUMFORD & HARRIS, Jacksonville.. F. in the premises. V" V .No., IT Canal Street Row, New Orleans. V : ft C.BT...B U.> .... V
V J"t 1 N. A. HASDEE. Savannah,Ga. Oct.l2tj ,,lS50. Cm. MARY R. PICKETT, ToNewspaper'Publisher J. '. Callaa. 11',"" ,,.f Celaat.J. V V "
;L'; f Texas.augl. B. F. SMITH, Charleston, S. C. JAMES A. PICKETT,i *: and. Prluten. CUb. tancatter '-' V Peaa.Dr. : -V' VV
,f. Maryland, .-lyValuableI R. R. REED & Co., E. F. V I : D. W. Dyett k Sea*. .|..:.VV ;:
l'aatk. 3. -" --V Administrators-.-* confidence I invite thYTrade, before, .Jab C. BrewB PettwiH. .. -
S. B. THOMPSON &C ak Creek, E.;'i 1. Notice. to, Navigators.V Jacksonville. Feb.20, 1851.6m WITH purchase elsewhere,ta give'me'a '." .'. (1,..... P1Ieais il1. J.. -

.- ; and For Sale. T. O. HOLMES & ., acksnTIUe. E. F. V V can at No. 123 Fulton street,New York,or at No: I.Hutt.pl Ln1.Scll.I..1 Niehak C.-.IIi.AU.&e.._. ,do.. ", ,

. c. PATTERSON & KINO, ut Fort ( a. V cusToMHousE, '_ DI.SSO.LtT'J ON. 17 canal street Row, New Orleans where-I am :P:OrSCkSY3 ....Br.Ul ,'";' V
.t 8 Agent for the owners, the A. A.DzcLoasx;Drien. DISTRICT op.Si. Jons's COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing ready to furnish them with all kinds of BOOK .'D. :AIIIoi. Pike 1h.4.. VB ,

E.; _._ fen for sale the following Dndemg of JNO. S. FVLEI I Cq'J S C. V Port Jacksonville' Nov. 1st, 18 TIlE Buffiugton & Ryan tt .White V Springs NEWPAPE&.TYPEiOf the newest and moat beaU H..J.B.ynt.JefcaFlemii. Pl&b'a'fI Lt..I"'... '4.V: ,. "'

dto-wit: c ., GEORGE BloWN, Newnansvilld., E.F. 'On or-about the first next Hamilton is this tifnl style.;, I am also V K .
; The Low Tract of May the co., day dissolved by mutual prepared to supply the.much J.K, XeCBrdy, Keadiax; V.V
tl- situated at the head of Indian \VM. Dzi.L, t. .* ing change will be with the at St consent. S.:BUFFINGTON,'*r* admired Scotch letter having' lately procured Cyree Bets,it. Lakaak* : 45 '.r.,. : V
ttver /containing five hundred A; WATERMAN Ocala E. F. mao Buoys Jeha Ilertea, .. : It-
acres mur or less. Bar. I give notice VV: :' C. E.RYAN. V from SegtIanLaseries, of theaa,.beautiful.faces .DayleecawBKphralm 'i"
Also a small tract, of woodland in J. W. PEARSON so that all navi- ; P. L li,BloaatkBry 4. : y-
vicinity Orange Springs E.F.A. Jacksonville Feb. together with .
gators 1,1350. 6th variety form
may understand when this is tf every and pattern Ly.s1kCbsa41sTLaasbssVVdoV.VVVVV
_. ofthe town of Jacksonville, containing thirty i DUNBAB & ., King's Ferry and Traders what the Jaw is relati ve to13uys&e change." made_ :-. of ORNAMENTAL AND JOBTI ixo Xrps, BORDXBINQ, B. K. Ly Hill. -. S. Lyeaa, H < "t' V
Also a tract-containing hundred I .That hereafter all Buoys along-the coast, or Duval CouityTaxcoiei,0i.'. Sale.BYiviRTUE &; I feel assured thatTthe elegance and accuracy Roy WelUboraRev. moay>V r V .. ;: VReb.rs
one < .
acres good THOMAS VANCE.St. of all the Type manufactured .'r' .r
_ in bays, o'. shall by ine-.cannotje C. BeebeDelawarWat. $ .y
plaatlnr land,on Plo creek;near the mouth of:: Marys, Ga.. May 30, colored tarbOJ.-Mld., ohculael b -of,authority in me Vested.bj surpassed by any Founder in the Union. fn V .S. &".. Eatler _.V ,V- .'
the Et.John's :. 18. t up law I will By ... L V V
rTr., 1 paing. expose for sale, in front of the Court. t. Me l7 .k C.WelftretkWB. :..
;-. -. Tae abore land win sold at I coast or sound or entering the bay,,harbor:or honso'door, in the town of entirely newmethod in tb mixing'and casting,1 K.r.ltaTtvBttler: V VV J .-, J
tr b reason- channel Buoys on.tho am enabled to maintain the virtues Peter ..' V
-- i red with) even ehall be first of the component D. ) M r. Saabary V .2r
abJ pe o.go tr. Ads .otce. passed on the'starboard hand nnmber Monday of May,A.DlS5lthe following tract parts of the metal and thus to produce N.X.I'IDI&IIWa.T.' '_. VS
ha dwelling lot of! A II Estate of lluoywIth of land or so much thereof will the :._ r, G. SiraUta IJDriap" T&. .. *
persons numbers as pay sum addition to the .. ,.. ..
land in Court ; Elz. even on.the port hand, and Buoys with an elegant, mostso&f and durable C. H."H.lWrt,' > 'ie. .. VV .
JakaYUe. aearthe HooMbqur .L __beta M. Berrie, are ?LL?'?Jy wo dollars3niuetyone V
cents '
black Type heretofore
decea t. red and stripes on either hand.Buoys in offered to tbeVpublte //To thia ,1I'U7 Jlurap.l.tckpwi" V'.V -
ir5; being 8O whch i oupi b1 } -; make immediate undersigned channel ways to bo colored with [$8291,] the same being the amount of the State last feature I would in particular call J.D.Ly..LCaIt. N.Y. "
_; Esq.- i white tax assessed TOUT atten ('bsd.W.Bif.Vnu VV'i. ';
fan all having demand against said atmt against the estate,of Duncan L. .
;u -i I persona ;eltt.are and black pernondifuhr stripes.'t tion, for,>solidity and durability of Tn.o A. 8.... Trat ISVV .
and .J.
Aba two Clinch "f'
bondrd forty as on the eut requested to present them properly: ; V deceased, levied on said land for the year the principle of economy, of the V '>A.VWMkt. BeHewt aflsVA .:.' .1".
3. i'ilde' Fleming bland on the John's within the time prescribed by law.HENRY nov7-tlstm .JSAIUlART, 1.. and also to pal the sum of sixteen dollars tance to all,typographers.The: greatest impor Jobs Bo.dy, Grafle > ...-:r- ..,'
a between the landtyof Messrs. LewU'and George HOLLAND.; Executor.; Colect r! and fitty-clght.eentf. [$1658.:] the amount of the craft will also And me members of the Jasob Piere* Chester VV 4."V" -.i S.VA.Wi1ki.sPsprlItY1jIpu5.
: about *.hundred of l tax rea supply all kinds of VAIfrStA5veiVy. Wladaaa VV. ,d.t-.i
1 Fleming; on ar. which are ScpLI9th. tf. -' county on said land for the same .ear.togethorwith PRINTING OFFICE FUBSITCRK ,
and thirty acres cleared! UR'ING. all necessary for the establish TIlt.. '1"V V V -.
hmmok ab' 'DYINCJ.D"SC expenses attending said meat J. CorBviek. NarftU Ta V "
:- one tfiird of the late Mrs. levy and salaj said tract ofeomplete Printing Offieesf such as Presses:. Catlet Stlekaey Beet..'* .' V
In Adtnlnliirator' Notice. .E' JII'JB I of land being situated Wood V >. ..aY'
I A.n ) ",N.T: / in said Type, ..Cwwa Stands, Brass Press and Por.er.Lorlaf k .."BM .*'.do 5VIIUdandlsraCe3
Sophia fleinlng'adowcr, on Fleming Island 0f Duval the ,
on V county on ,west bonk of .W ; ,
months after dote I V the GOd R Imposing Stones : 'V Vd..Vz4.-V: ,\ V ;
the St. John's river a btaloalon. SIX and vouchers, .shal present' tn/ae.- NC. '3"YORK-STREET. Stf John's.river opposite ,Picolata- containing Brass and-w GOd Ga11e Composing Sticks! ,8.C. GaHaer V V V 5. 5.. .
Hon. Judge" Riglcta, Closet itacks V "
Also aa undivided thou t ( ten thousand and fifty lO.OoO axSfts T J.X.DaieUia 4. 4. V :
): ] ,and bounded & *. V
$ '
. I Probrto for Dnval a 0.,SO .VV V _V V 3'trid&Co. ,.. .. ,'
to Nassau conty'for follows V -
situated luau as On,the V -
&cber county, on fnl.tUllent > east by the St.John's
SAiVANN'AB river Old .
Type Ukn fa Cw&fl1Vucb4 50 .do ,
Administrator the for
, Thomas' as ; GEOj south exchange new at 9 eentson ; -
Swamp, suitable est lddo- by lands belonging the "7 ., .VJVV4.V t" .
J 4xtdg.t same estate west : B..Bo ; : ;5
of hammock: granted ,, deed. I V 4 ; DT fill hit ft IftnH* and north by landsbelongtng J Urms rJb}:Thetrtdd el1t,wiUl. the l 'W" "t : Tfcee .Z. a4 .,1- .."". f'I--
t 0 Francis.P.Fatlo.V' THOMAS 'W.,JONES, : ALEXANDER GALLOWAY 1'&lmer.fems the' tadpatrouageolicited 9nVtbPV1g1OZ11If V 'LV Ner..a, Ner'k Jt4aai. V_ (.jV V V V
V same being aD .grant.- furnishing the purchaser *n article We 4 k Saylea.8.B>h A4aai*VV.Vf'do .' VV 'lr-r.r. ..,n'
Jl) McROBEUT BAKER ,6 26. :Administrator.( __ : RETURNS his thanks to his friends i for the'! URIAH HOWDEN. lie wUbe jlee.sed; and"hieb wifl wIth him.wbiclJr 'J.y.'ha..a....atl.[ ..II.. ,- 'S V VV's' V
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at bring thlt .S.8eVSZkCSi&&Ob1O.VV.V -R
T'Atre1 ,Lw.J.U.ve, Ja.; received since be ,V Tax Collector and Assessor worth fh1a V
ba Dural ,
; coanty. mopcy.3 J. V / J. B. Qtl.IIr1l C.-.Ai .'' <
i. :Notice.: '_ Business in this city in 1832,and would state to his Jacksonville, Oct26,''UI50.'Mgl-tJa' Editors Prlutera wishing'tq"estiibflj .' ew V :'V W. K. P..FertBBreU'vj "_ t V 35 '.
'friends,and the public ? that t V -- 11. Jl. Bailey iMrnr .,.- '. 40 ,; "7 JI 1
S generally during his 'obI' ''; .
I paper '" Printing Office VV
AP ; furnished New>&rk.t 4.
V UsaviD.'L.ikp.p.
' i I 'o", James_ :W>Bryant,: OF THE'SEVERAL:WARS SINCE le visit to London and,Scotland,he has acquired' ""V < Duval County Tax.Cqltectofs,Sale.; irith an estimate In detail I lot the cost by ttatinr tC.CbutsrJ.'bau.axZ4C.8UB rriaakU. .- .'.VV"',V V h.V :VI. ,

-- ,CODJIgKLLOR-AT-LAW 5 I : THE, 0(1 famtfVesed Publishers kaiea C. RelUaa.
l rJXETA1D RErOLUTIOl. DYING ;ANDFRENCH ,_. law 1 will by : of Newspaper*who' will this ,Job C. Pillsbury ;. do.'Ad' $1: .
for .
CLENIG sale in '
t: S win, & business ia the Cm a rnt' CDp8..ofen and sol which be trust* will enable him1 doorlnl.the expose! ; front of ta. Courthouse cl, rt.l8ensenttbree month, aajsend me-the *>*. *. J....B eea ri .*. .': V
BY .. 4a 75ti.'t
CaaeweVSoloaSaaWra 4
', cfJhe |en Clrmit of Florida and In have satisfaction all towFof Jacksonville. the wrtwntaininr It addressed 1 V fl -rt'
f : a entitled ; who may please. .to favor him flit MODday in May, A.D. 2siItbofOuwth &G.NftbiU.Rep' a> V > .. VV,..
j to BOUNTY-LAND.for services of one monthor with --V *. YorkywiU bcrpaid In..atcrtals' 8..A'abru.B.wt4.. V V5iV '
patronage. f
1 r" Qoart-JorthJlIatr1ctofPlor1d4' .- : their f V : f .r named tract of &Dd oruo, mv ,
: j < .r more f the ,and minor children of those silk and woolen Drenwes,4 the State thereof will maunlaotnre provided the,PS1baefz timerfibi ....T..1t.WaI."i #, ..Jf.If.. "* if'JAana
'I' w4lfefe At80 ACZKT: wdow. IJ&.1' '.and' County ta Join,Dn.rrtlW' s.P&tksri
I < ? The wlli *"8se te4 gainst wnonnt of their bills for ad\ .WnTr -
r'. deceased;are Subscriber willundertake jleaned and dyed various colors;so as to DenJamhs.Thomp.on_ :! : ,'W'.Io, R.al-tge. 'VVDrnJr.Nsv -
: 'I fc I gcn'eral respecting ,' at a moderate compensation theelhn Table .Cover gd A due thOAOD.1fOl' the. \ ..J ",.ii' > U.,".-GREEN. f .a..... CRt 4.
: 'B'th"tt sattfatlr cleanedxr-dyed year: p.185O, tegethor."lth'1all necessary I V V 4' 4Njq f4. W"'n..,... r l..l J. T VJWVB&flJ&C *K'j
I S &id those Having been employ Gentlemen's garmens renovated pease attending said. ex. : FulOli $t.NSwVY4rkn4' V .. V .. -
grants Lt4 Ievyand iIe., V t':
Jdi&tbe Said .
'( i fJOD: .. Jo years, his experience in the same good style .", so as not to ft land i iuituated saidwuaty tract i :No.- ,11 Canal stItow-Ne L. \T Orleans I -w.1T.. a. a.. SletB..u. V V

.r lUa in such matteri. will enable him. to afford great surpassed by anydoneat.theNprtlvor'dyed b east bank ofthe -.obn'njy.r.conta1ning*IDun..o the Jall.9! ... rt' .fft_> .. V. wb""nCs.=pbsu.i.s.g.1'. PavMt.,. "t -.9- :.Ii :"
: j j Aam facilities t LAND'AND F N. may be required. Ladles', bonnets dyed':) sores, and bounded twentyone ( r y r I: .("." X.... t "Hh..fi,' VVS
ru'for. &Cki-
MONS.' great deal of tronble c1eaned.-a pressed ia'a asfoUowa; On the TRMmd&T'R 1Clal.No VV '- .." .. .
: t style
: ( the upon the. United superior V west by the':8&.J .',!i1'81'ODfth Jior1.h'bY: ,,.. # NiS! : Iw..Ii..l..b..ueOrders.receYecUrom'.th. ..}' : ": V -
1 I i. and expense...; Where*be obtains nothing, no and Geotl mon', -Ktd',Gloves clewed oftil the, land beIonIng VtoV ** ;J> V- v, -
fitate* for J llit Mrrfeei. peiuioof ebarge ii made., All Jettr post-paid will recdve most approved Londoafoshion. :\.-!. :V :, ':,%. *" AM.Read Moses l and 00h..east .tTVST1tE ITEDW ,nerai 'wortrienl'o'f :: .|atttkw1i Ae MoT'( .

: inppUetTfnr evtrsaMforborie&: ortbei prompt attention,'and tt1 forms fad :''MrJU*KlKI,has been*ppoiht 4JMBlfor[ Ki lands belonging Lelonsinit to th .vOl". on i the- iouui *,feahfonable TStaamhigt named.celebrated Sart patiHcoastantlf n? ''
DO" of
: vsaf Egbert B ,cous1.t.itlr kinge.
I i: i;, ;for the United States Ilt 1\/' ; I tho above establishment, 'and will atot, t tb& .IJ.ifff.t. .ti"., .J tSs ,' 15., BJrd-.. 2mp/ ,'sts4Fsn j B* ttons.uO .- :on for reb74M i4es& _'
: .t
w' I : reception and delivery of work in Jacksonvra ; V "
: Jl10t. Att'.i :, '. ..
'- ''_" ;"y j"r f W'BENNET: the and. j. H.)1\ ;:"IRlAHifBOWDEN;! RfbbOlt.'JitCord a ttm"it o:beJh.. .1' o Warrant-Itt
r f ( p. surrounding eooatry.1*ile'rms moderaU.1 V best 10
: :S C.\ >> Tax ex&U1rn. : ,'
: WatgD' V.' 3 Assessor and Collector Burst ( \ :'g : jV V
Ad Jaeluonville. Ewt Florida. 1S50, March 2i; Ia50. fOunt
I- rtti .ober : ,8m: WM. P DEWE.ES. .
I ..- --' o kionvIlje! Oct 26 1800.. V 19-tl. > ..",.OT,2ft, .ItllU-U. Brick Store" ; B.it. NoTJ4-ly V

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