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 17, 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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; ? Wre, fully section o'f'the tariff acT thirtieth devotion,;v A time was set for the cousummation would,:rush madlv'on"bayonet and cannoih-: hundItd.kille.t."siz- bandred woaadeandabontfour :
ds''the Sec August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, the ; JUiheir vows which was the'.uening march barefooted over Irozen pound h ndred prieon -=_ _

therenpohvdi- collector shall i'select one'discreet' and ex of th.;.:.Tec memorable '.25th;pfbDecember, through deep; snow,: sustained only byfeN: BoV bowJared Geoip..MadJ. iafblBow
of the perienced, merchant to',be; associated, with 1t ,.i1be timeJb* YX*
.perform such one_of the.appraisers ,appointed i .onder', the king his,perilons/but triumphant passage this fond bat timid wife clinging'to her husband Mold man-a' surriroT oftbt raai- _
'--" Colonel of the provisions of Ibis'act, who!;: |bgeth'ershall across the,T5elai\rare, amid floating ice andsaflenng d'1ritbeloquent endearment beg told a that he fought with;the""IerocityPt

'. ; ; .ff1' 'per appraise.7 i the-goods'in question; and if they ;from.the* inteusttco1dd.the: .sea; ging*im, for the love he,bore her.to return tlgerjand just 'previous"io the. -cotnaeDte
'lakes. shall itsagrec.-the collector'shall decide between son' \ r once,.more to the desolate. hearUunow men// of the attack, a young stripforpre'
:. matter-That! them">and4he appraisement thus-,determined Thcviwo: families were: 'now united.without a protector., impossible be bad enlisted senvd himself to the'officers and rwBested
.enter Jthe .ftial, and..deemed and George,removing:.his bride and lier rnother for the.war-the army could not spare to b placed side by side with the birtrbat-

,, and' after taken to' be:the 'troe'valu :'of' aid goods,' to the house of' his father., But still he was any ,of,its.number, which, even at the best, l for liberty. .His'request>as grated ..
shall ep rt: and the'duties" shall be l levied thereon, accordingly not happy:be''could not banish horn' his was eyen.too small 16 cope with.a larger or time wu" allowed
ilzty to nav : aiiy'act of Congress .to the contrary mmrf. 'an'oppressive anxiety*.for
the exigency I ,notwithstanding. *> of {hmcountry 'and the doubtful ;-Btrnsgle impossioujl./te, could not :with any decent &ieof Madden who only'notcedt4m4ya
: it. should SEC. 4., AndVe. further enacted' That .which she,was:Jnaintaininp i in'the hope of grace, retreat from a position'so.recently asameJ. : lo k of app.tM:troopswdeeJe4 into
?: commerce de-: i this act shall take effect oil,and after the first acquiring! that:freedom for which every noble i .. He, consoled ;her as best be could, I ah: e-- He fongtofoot 1I nJ1 eJ:wt4Ifooe

; O be not I day'of April;;next;and all acts and parts of heart so warmly''prayed."" .. j but assured her,of the impraetabilitv.of4eav- 1 ::Roroetimed.breast .t&'bteaiLBut ,
expedient to acts inconsistent with the jjrovisiohs of,this, Ifta""week from the! night of the passage ng tbc'.armyZhe most.*ubmii;# voaM 'r tn't sf-1Ed .. '
: ; fourth; act be,'and the same are'hereby, repealed:. cf the.Delaware,/Washington met a detacbaei5toftbe sacrifice no jtrtaterihans, been made br i UistQT,1e113 lot fltt disaltrts it lt;-c .
anyconhex- .Approved,,M,rch 3,,1851., ; .<.enemy at Princeton, .which heof 'tbou aod. Tbere.wa4'f no tmedyxlmt to ,\ &v,1ikethe w on1!, J ,e "':;..
so, whether it : ciefeYitb smaItjosswith 1he.ex epJ.i P. wait in hope-the *nd was eertaiuaaitleconeqae0ces !toopa of _.Wabin iv.eit :' ,
both the ': ,;.. 1P9-.Mft' ._.. -.' r. 'seve uofficers.among whom was the' gallant would be gl riou JBntwfcat.rW' ti .!; ', :'t 'a f' '
of trade and JLN ACT,to amend the set to change the tim e of and brave Geh :Alercer, while that of could the. poor w -do VAbl aftho lt;Euroo.n".. t .lorcu f uU: nAtbut _
; therebe.any, holding the circuit and district court' of the the enemy-was upward of one-hundred killed has struck her:. T he will seek the-tent of: .-"., ;.,. ,-t. o' t. _. ';.!'tiL. -.i'

J.of importance .United State for,the district of Ohio.. .. and thewemamder, about three'hundred, .Washington at':his"Jeet;:>he,'will lay her; deathl NIght sbroude4 the.. trvgj ar
Be it enacted by the.Scnate'fand House of taken. ,prisc. rs. The :.General' then retired petition. ,< oppressors; and'hung';loom d thtckv,

: : enacted That' Representatives of the United Slates of 4mer.Sm winter qumers Morrislown,, which be Behold the hero in bin..tent.the great, the campbfou i de5poaeq- _bat I. ifi t:

ly as may be, in Congreu assemUed, That the term of did riot lean: until the latter end of May, the, reat"'god-like..m whom tejoinea.al.. ,aged. eooatrymen> ,_ -_.:-.'
the 'Treasu the circuit and districf'cou'rts of the' United I with an armf''Dl unting-.to but.little; over virtues! created ,for the age'.and for''the 1: But the early.light of M' ** '7

.tbe work: States for the district of Ohio now requiredby : seven thousani. ,men.'although! Congress bad caus doing what none else-eoald.: Before I beamed apon spectacle of worse w y

shall .fourt -, l law to commence'on. the third. Tuesdayof I oflerea' recruitr bounties in'land, with increased him is.k eH g the wife of George Madden. There lay heaps of,the dead and thevrSvL.
such reports May in each .year,, shall hereafter com i ,pay. H petition has 'not been in':vai,her tears ed, and the :.dying., Bufa little apart.fronv, -
at'the next tn- mence on. the third Tuesday of April in each At this time Gtorge burned to enlist in'the have not .been without-: 'She holds in: the re ,'Upon a' preen" monnd, stained oaly

'where the year; and. all provisions of law now appli- rank( his countrjmen, and share their sufferings her hand a paper that will restore to her, her with their. own'blood: lay two' form* claitp* .
ry' of the cable to the holding:'of said May term shall and tbeirglory.. But Jus young wife husband ;.but Were she goes to.:the officer ed in the faithful embrace* of- death. The .

secuon.of .this apply to the said April. rm., l looked in his face "itbetpir eyes, whose of. his; regimrnt she reverently takes"the 'elder'and more manly forrj ot'thetowz*

) exam Approved, March 3,.1851. eloquence, added t tbe'nfrlities'of his pa hand -of her benefactor and presses it to her recognized'as that'of Madden, the 'other the _
of this rent deterred.4rim' 8crifice.- Be- lips: a tear falls upon it which the good man fair Toinnteer' the"frecEediag'da.Tbywerelocked

& into'cx- [Posuc-No-26.] lides as the roads. became more passable, suffers to. remain>and,send..Jer? from his in a last 'embracr-, "and i4'tiy.iog

AN' ,ACT to change the term .f,,the circuit and the san more. tempert robberiesand presence 'with-a benediction and.on'of to part them, it was discovered that the
:That court for the eastern, and.western districts cf idrio 'tragler Hessians hope and comfort!. slender and delicate faint was' "that" 'of 4'*woman
enacted "
Pennsylvania. ) % :
the Minot's and skinners were and .Again she is the presence-of her husbandshe
at. the rale of / Be it enacted by the ''Senate and Hoi&e of the house of one of tkeir frtuent shows him bis discharge with m beaming The hearts of the Teteraas grew tqj;as

and the Representatives ofthe:United Slates of America pilge'theinmates, .fcrutally murdered, and countenance;and words of joy. gazed uponthis'! n holy, spectacle,'.and

dollars per ,in Congress tuiemMed., ,That the term of set on fire, within sight; of theirfriendS Now yon will 1 go home with me, George, orebore to'part them but;they place them,
circuit courts of the United States for the who could offer them assistance, and we will again be happy-oh, so happy!" locked in' each'other's' irma, in'theme>
eastern and weste'n districts'of Penrisyl vania .as'they' did,' every moment to .Bnt .no glow of satisfaction lit upon his graTe' and afthe earth:'was Jhrownorerthem .
enacted That shall hereafter follows similar fate. emotions shed their ,-no sacred tite'wa.s; performed,-but the
commence as to wit: meet a eye, no gladening, radiance _
!le in.the opin Tie April and, October terms.of 'the eastern In this state of inqoietede passed away 'over his features.- '* tears of bravC'sdldisrs were sufficient pleaders .
corps, district shall The"' and she at the bar of Heaven, and their sad
commence on the first Mondayof the summer, until the 'inUUgece; reached discharge'was'recognized,
the'necessary April, and October; and the May and November George of the eng gemest en the led her.husband from the ranks of his devoted thoughts an appropriate" funeral prayer,for _
; ; the lighthouse terms of the 'wester 'district shall I American. and English armies bt companions bathe..went D forth: the sweet rest and e perpertual,happiness. "*"of .

; : at the. 'mouth commence on .the second Mondavs- of Ma.v wine, on,the llth Sptembe when Bindy- with that manly dignity and firm""step with two such rare T spirits i :. '.

; Michigan, and Novmeber.. I i publican forces to retire if.tera' which be entered the camp as a yol nt er..Tbs'eyei : '
1 by three disin MISPLACED' Co nDEJl E.-Jones 1 is xa
arid the light. Approved. .,-March 3,'185U day's! barzFfighting1'with: a loss that 01 tne hardened sorters were upon general a good husband and a domestic i
was estimated at three killed about him-be fancied BCornfutfyhis heddrop.?
5- hundred "
built and 'the Occasionally, however his convivial taste*
six hundred wounded and between and ped his chest, and suppressed whispers
three upon
be paid to THE DYiNG WIFK. betray bin into u excesses which hare subjected .
four hundredmadeprisoners.This hissed in his'ear like so many serpents, each .
10 the United him more than 'once to 'the discipline
BANr ', ;
of voice'of and shame but) the tim
tbe a reproach
ral hall reverse arms aroused ; of ] Jones. A ace-be
w'nights was
con- Lay the b be'PoD 'bosom, ,
mj id and woman that led him forth from
,anew the patriotic feelings George,and loving
invited to with few friends
"participate" a
Let me feel her sweet'warm breath. that of:war was of all
be communicated unconscious
at once his intentions to his camp
ctJ, That, For>strange chill o'er me passes whoOfiied this. .She heard whispers of she at Florence's by way of celebrating'a pieceof
father, no impediment to his immediately np reproach,
all luck which had befallen one of his
,: in light and i ,..And 1 know that it is death;' j joining ,the army and helping to aawrto'scornful_. ejes-she was. only conscious neigbboCJ-good ...He did"participale" and to:his
apparatus I would the treasure thai she had.''recovered her
gaze upon retrieve what had been BO unfortunately husband .
astonishment when be la
rose lake
d with jI.i utter ,
Scarcely given ere I go, lost. I and what cared she for eyes and lips! ,The .
the short hour the
his leave at uee
i or Iresnel/sj's-. Feel'her rosy dimpled fingers pickets were passed, and the last guard start. ayooT
; opinion of the ) Go, my san'i.said be "I am beyond service twalT he found the largest brick Inliieluahe
: in h face she
public inter- Wander o'er my"cheek of mow. mycelf;,but, like Abraham of old rain ed'rudely as approached him ever saw. indeed he- was beard Jo- remark
willing to offer my'son to the sh n6ce.. Let arid muttered, 'something that she did'.not soliloquently,. rith'mk; Mri,'Jones,
;. enacted That I am pasting through the waters. the plea,of protection to your.parents be no I hear.. She prattled .ramblingly to her.binsband neyer were so tight before.1!. .- .;; "i-t ,
: ,But a blessed shore fond creature all.the '.telling how '
appears; to from the ranksof way his bat'.
be"aud, he is longer an exccse keep you He reached home'rfinally/ by-a
;Kneel beside me,husband-deartst I! happy she should b; and father and. mother shortest
those brave and devoted men who follow which was anything botther
to cause a .Le\ *" but :be answered 'her.not, still. walking
me thy tears ;
away ; but '
Washington, .receive our blessing.xahdbid '- distance between two points, not, hoevW5
early a day as Vr'rectle with thy grief a Jacob gloomily by:.her side.: Little eared ...shethough ",
this farewell to your young wife, whose love without having experienced-Teiytoiaide '.
'l'aS of .
: -g;..-.r.1. .r it- mal I eave"&D6-.idWgh until day, ptcrqw!! a 1I:8 n.ot. JessJha. g. -.- *,.-and.still" she wended" along, and still* ble anxiety about the receptwi wlnci". '
ol engineers When j it n he.awa in a just and holy cause." oia I n 'm"'bfh'R LfD.m1..Sbe primal g'rfessiiJu,ue guC1 mui iIis 'uuitftej --- "
; officerof, high This was heroic advice,but uowise uncommon -' bad piled upon the head of her'husband.- found his 'way into.his': ;.! -

be under'the .Lay.the babe,upon my bosom, in'the mouths of our venerable &res.Geogommunicatea She could 4ot'think! bow deeply sail he.was awaking a creature, not even al mouse..
had him'afe her
I 't e Treasury Tis his to his mother wounded. phe own After closing his door;be cautioasly-paused
not long can be there ; design -. '
at last and she'could not:;rJream of
of the navy, and ftei.cardiio his \'fifej but the latter again, to give i thanks fortheconscienceundfi1ed'twhich .
See,how to"iny heart she.nestles, _
future '
orbrooding: sorrow
woe; aad
Jones the.
whose any Mrs
duty secured to
Tia the pearl lore to wear: would not listen to his arguments, and wept th brooded over,his desertion of .
the Trea- ught-At slumbers*which bad- prevented
: and beeecheil him not to leave them to the refreshing ,
in'after ;beside thee,
If years his comrades and remembered expression
}into the condi her taking notice of' his arrivaL :Being'
robbers that
of the overrun
Sits another in my chair, mercy meicenary of Ibeir 'faces as suffered.himself. ,to be he
of the the Brit- satisfied thatvll.was right, proceeded'.1remon
detail re Though her voice be sweeter music, the country in the neighborhood did he the sufferings led out of the encampment And that night, integuments 'with 'as much'dispatch -
legislation in .And my face than her'less fair; ish armies. Earnestly plead in his dreams, he beard the booming cannonade and quiet as circumstances would per?
and the '
his necessityof
C"i countrymen the crack of the clash of
and in the course of time soaghr the
system .
present inspection, and If a cherub call thee father, his presence among those who were battling steel, and the pealing shout of victory bathe vacant place beside .his slumbering- consort;

That no addi Far more beautiful than this, for the blessing: hbertyto.notbmg couldcoo- bad suffered a child to tie his hands' and After resting a moment and cOngratulathghimself1hathe'wasinbedandhiS'1IId4
Love thy first-born,oh,my huband! would she listen-argument when he. had struggled 'to free himself, be
allowed"any Torn not from the motherless! vince her: What was a single.arm in .,the heard a cry of."Shame! shame!H that awoke how long he .had been there-h
strife and impatient, not
enacted That Tell. her sometimes of her mother; mighty Despairing him from his uneasy, slumber"with 'cold to him that if hidid-not change-
for the
resolved t 1 leave
i You will call her by my name; our hero army sweat upon his brow, and his'tender wife Mrs.'Jones might detect.hiai
: hereby, required made his position
and for this he
ensuing night, purpose his side with her
the engineer Shield her from the winds of sorrow; for his de slumbering peacefully by from his breath that he had been'' indolgiogi
to time. such If she errs, oh, gently blame all parture.necessary His ,gun preparation and knapsack were deposited white chest !and delicatejurm c .clasping' his panting. To'prevent. such a catastrophe about,he ha1Ivc5pushed 'resolved
to superintend turn over. He had
farewell to
Lead her sometimes where I'm sleeping ; in the barn, When the morning-dawned and the day his are now obliged;
lighthouses. be after
written which be would leave to read -
I will answer if she calls called bim'to his' duties :it found him a to use the idiomatic language of Mr.Jooe rhfmseif
And my breath will stir her ringlets, his departure. strangely altered man. The caresses .of.his from whom we received that efcap 1 -

24.1 When ray,roiee in blessing falls; Midnight length' 'came, melancholy wife seemed loathsome. him-he eonld ter of hii4omestCtnialS-'hefl Mnt Jonetf
George but he arose from his not bear ber but sought every.opportunity -she "in.tones-
Her soft eyes, may be, will brighten gloomy- ; presence riz right op in-bed, and'satd ,
the ap- bed which he had retired in the early of shunning her. But 'once'-during all oat-of mj '
and for With wonder whence it came- to that scraped the marrow >>ne .
la her heart, when years pass o'er her, (part ot the fvening to lull 'suspicion, and the day did bespeak to her. 'The poor said abc 'Jones you needn't tuna ow,-yon'rrj .2
kissing hiswifeaflctionateJy as she lay creature could not bear his coldness, and her &hrougrt*' '.:;
She win find her mother' name. drwtt cfttm
and Home
of asleep, he hurried to the barn, accoutred heart overflowed with feelings that became '

Statet of Amer- > It Lyiaid that every mortal walks :himself as well as his equipments would allow insupportable,she seized his bands and looking -Caiaixs Sc weajiKi> ,las.P TU'Q1'OIr_

p in all cases Between two angels here- and was"8oon 'on his way 'to1 join the "-earnestly in.his face while her' eyes -The Boston Post says, that the ohUlaojr. .
imposed any ad One records the ill, but blot it army. He bad not far;to travel,AS Washington glistened with tears she exclaimed: waaa.skingvery anxiously of a .friend. the f -
good wares, Itibefore the midnightdrearManrepenteth had encamped within eighteen milesof "Oh, George!!whr, why .do you behaveso result of.the last Senatorial vote in Massachosetts --
into the' United it uncancel'dThea Germantown, and but half that distance : coldly !! it killing me, ,George-you 'and .opoii being'.told I.tb.at..M.. ,"

of the collector he seal; it for the skies from his own residence, and.long ere' daylight : must'look'l. kindly, -you must'speak to me, Sumner lacked NISE.votes of in election* -
shall be im- band on the first October, he had presented or I shall 'die !" ,- '. -' she quietly took a pinch of anaL All-at*
the actual mar- And the right angel weepeth, himself within the lines of the.All1el can army He pressed her to his bosom'for a moment once her band was seen to move energetically

thereof, at the Bowing low with.veiled eyes.I and made 'known his desire..to elist, and then, looking earnestly,in her- eyes, to and from her face;, and .she: "WU.J

the United States, aud that morning's reveille, :las il.beat the said t ; heard toNY in an'under,tone, half,rumiaa-V < .
the'cpnntry from win be her rigbt hand angel, time to rise was answered also by the presence -, '"Mary, yon have disgraced me! I..can ting and half talking to herself.uli the BUS*
been imyorted ;jn- Sealing up the good for heaven, of George Madden., : never look man in the-face again!t' BOLES-in the Man HOLES., Well!. he -ean-l

appraised; esti- Striving,that the midnight watches But what consternation did the morning's She spoke not bat returned his glance not get the the game by.HOJJOM; theydodtJseem I

; to such value Find no' misdeed unforgiren; dawn bring' to the bearts'f his wife arid parents with a proud.eye, and suddenly quitting the to count now. 2 Ven.eU.if. be gets 2 '.
and charges, You win not forget me,dearest, ',His non-appearance" was af first room, ate left Ler husband wondering at the itat all it must be by the. QBi rmJCTf and-
in every When';'sleeping 'neath the sod 1 scarcely noticed,till the lQrm, perceived a strangeness of her behavior. 'Her absence' i though in WHIST this is the beat way to win,>

at the'usual Love the babe upon ny bosom letter lying on the .table directed..herself\ was -but for moment, and returning,. she !it is the poorest and meanest in 'potitics.So .''..-."
at the port where A* I love thee, next: to God. wherein:George informed hei/of;his reRolu- placed in the bands of George the' gun and saying she took a gendeeeze,and then

upon which du -" .. ,', bon,and urged necessity of his assistingnthe knapsack with which he bad accoutred. him resumed her work, feeling quite .satisfied
J 'f. .. TUB HE'-ART'S-;BACHIFICEAn struggle for treedom self the previous night with the conclusions she bad arrived at '' *.' .

: enacte4That at the Battle of,Germantown. '"If I fall/Vit'said, "remember.me shall "There George,'return to the camp. 'Tr.l1 ,- -; --
of the appraisers ; 1A.WRXNCE LA.BBCC.We die'in a just and glorious'aase.... If I live- General Washington that the wife gives.her I ,Sxoiisc. ..AT* ..'T E'WQ'h. roo,zz.u'sFi.xz..4TbG'' d. .
i dutiable value of BY" '' trust me: it WiILbe jnthe enjoyment a: heart for the cause of her;country. U ev 1 visitortAtlte yv oria-s C&Ir, wiusegtnejoia
to apprais- have heard the story of a young man 'freeman's,; glorious privileges.?. ery'American gave as'much,:we. should be J lowing inscription. on the .walls of the CiysU 1

; to :.be the ap- who lived during the perilous times of our Ere the letter was*conclu&edtbeforsaken invincible! Go t God bless you! this is my I talPalace .--" ;j,, "- .
: required by country. ,He was ardent'and patriotic, 'and wife had fallen"'senseless'On the floor. The sacrifice I 'You will hid me 'fereweH-you Das rauchen wird okht erlebut- '" .'>.l (

: such appraisers thirsted to lea_ sharer m those glories whichour father felt a glow of patriotic pride'thrill his will now speak" to" me-you.-will look as II n'est pu permis de J.r. : f
: be entered at brave armies,.plntked from the bristling heart at this devotion in his:son while the you used,'to do! That;;is some1 happiness. NOD e permesso di f aaalKtfl* $&
I : appraisers, the bayonets of theenemy;yet be,had been withheld j mother knelt and. lasped her bands in silent Oh I could hot bear your displeasure I JJo es pennittido fumar;' .r "KNoa
officer whom is the ranks by aged and infirm fnmar.1 : i\\
from joining. I ,Need we ear how the heart of the young be permittido .
and collection whose only andcomfortjhe prayer.: he llowedfEnglishPaper.) -'?1 "
4 pi parents, support last to her senses patiiot Irtipt with exceeding joy,and how smoking *
; I of any merchan was. As be looked npon the feeble The poor r"wife it came the yielding.: form ol. .his beautiful '------------i ''M-5. a
house pressed ,
sed shall he deem ness of their'old age,and thought of the perils : but it was to wan ler about the her husband weeping wife tn his; bosom r 'Shall we 'describe'the I' ;Ayong ladytwhose.D W '
I 'of such I they"would bererpoaed, :with na defender continually ailing upon., tender ; and affectionatefarewelU or* having'man"14 a-gentleman! .ca11cl.Meid.l'.. A
him more, parting -
: I be would sigh insisting shX &hoifld never see to tb fo1iowing.wftis'sdindaysofpW- > r
laws be their me -
existing to of helplessness "' jn' shall we cover with.veil of silence scenes so gave .
for the''destinies of' his country,'and 'r sign : and uuTeltjngi8,cruelty .deserting eacred! We"prefer Ibat th*.iaagtnatioa of Lot's. ? ,*, I
: mottlVand ,
duties of the imall farm tbat her. She Was pt t; Spartan rebelious-halt, ,. : .
enacted:Thai himself;rlo.the' : which the reader should supply scene that de- orone s ** !
virtues .
] by the President of was their only'support. He :could not desert possessed, not ::t! bse. stern cannot'dojusUce'tO..: "Was turned,as weareplaTiJythld, : ,
i ; with the advice tbenv and leave ,them to the mercy of prompted'I those ,i ncient ,beroines to.toitnt f scriptiqn ldaddea'w.-bllc more'enlisted f t n 'Into a lumpofeal., < -. e4
from the. last' particle! of. i Section,upon thelaliarcithwrfcountrv's"f ", Geotge The same propensity of,tSow t"'t' "
four appraisers of the vagabond stragglers enemy's. Nihi'k5dotbjgujthn1be'lovEandkreflceOt the ranis'Of hiscoontryman, where"he wa gej'of' 'i
-eedoml. ,.
an annual sal ,campTand,'worse traitors tobis'own country. 'witbaPPIIUR.ALbla .' -..-- "Still, runs in womaas'blopd;': .? ) I?
five hundred dol! .,.Jnetances were too {rrshiin his memory 1 received. : period:PbiladelpbiWU'OcciPtedby Forhere.we" e a caI aistrangft ....': -._'f "' i:
J her husband &. ev otionjlhat remained paramount .A..J/JJpri mine to'J6dL 0.- _. ,.3i. .
travelling" :of reer ndthea.d' dboary'ocks: the thetBiwsb:'andertjGeneraJ. Howeiwboiannoyed -I
I by,the Secretary ? lug been rushed to, the 'dust by.midpLunderrsan&assa5e1n 'in&aeCtiCfXsheWuI4OOtnbto her heart,'permitting preseneeof at some fprts-on tha Drlaware, dertaehed ; Tax family that sever tooc-a ,D

: ; ..be .employed i in "","nd-his IC none im1st lie Ie- portion of tae royal arm/fotetuC5themW3blIrimproTil hes-moved to Thiaas' ne oWenhlcman' t
-aloneiThe .
i trY in :the'.lTnited: the mothers of t hts being left him nothing butyrsycrsorOPPeMe4.CckUnlr7 be.leftth him'ntf Ai armywould '.. Ii this'opportanltrto '-, was surprised :other day 'to'Iea:th& t
of the said Sec ,? i yoked attackfthe rernsindero1thi'8titt s t taIil'o- aa4. .
..she'srould.implore t voId bad been discpveredlo -
useful by him for : But be b otheraficLiongroing in his ouo'jov&.jth, aDd,to -encamped'*t< rm towi'h at a ldeat"daagnteTwastnjoeed'ttr Ji..
; ;. ?and shall at such breast e'.prjogjWv.ei.-ahedding.a perfume come,;... .. was madi.the1ourth'Octoberandwis toe e8s a?-Jt< :;: .-
;assirtancejn the of;:.lwlines juponhispirit,like theChris. whom he waa allJba w the nld't eua ba4ed maintained; :ton:Jft ::part:ol4a ':Da &'ijeig *)sh&d orrtav neve be_. saz t }': :
cflQ thereat may I WD' inspiration _: There existed,since,Ibeirchi1dbOOd. :4 Oa-tbeame: day.-re anyoae'sMleft with great severity bat they were eventually hung'for WitJIp now "cw., ': '.> ;
: the Secretary of the :,an" :! between him and, jneridiatit nnknowttlo repulsed witUscathe loam of the ;en;iy,', ,,a .
resided l to:; e..04*fter.dr ours'weery'tTathecamp '"JfiIrom' 1 ;;raMrrWThrliw ;
insure-unifornnty tb nt1 .gtJlet-qf a:fridowr'tWho- owingto the inexperience Of pan ofibe.oops .
> ,huband jD r- .
hewdeAer + '
revenue, from'cu but a Jew rods'l.fromul;.father's; &nd.thsI) el he.js )od torn'TbO.ewbO witn4herearnestneiemelte&bY and tue presence alhick fog whiche; ii "i like a taiWTM. J $
; : | le in peea'Of attachment bad ripehedjto anintual declaration besechinh1uI 'her 18800"their. moemeatsItwsI ascertained I ii.5tf'oma'fa' of,clothes'}

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&'musga'ow. KTHtr.B'V! : [Cp3eitJk..Reiie.3 the'Dormitory Court_-one, entitled.the,Potjcase '
: CFrom tfet Bwtba ae:APrnLfIaCl'I'BJ titioner should be brought before( the-court, 'fronl'ot the,;:Court-bouue':oh .
'ieim Ii ihi ofthe' V/retrf: of'Saturdaylatt : k.: Aw 10,191. and the ;.other thoVPod/y;
IK BO8TOH1Atwt it ,would be-ihedutybf tbe\court to"r :but'were: oed 'thathe .'' column i .' .. ; 'A : .castinwhich

of Another Fugitive Slate mand him i t ci!k' 't t.9.ct.from which h t was. t ,friends! ,they: bad disyC; >,.to" trampleon J t. Mr A ovnvtCi, .Gidmup : 'y nf' rq r te northern a number of functionaries professionals

'7k.:XUlUury .In Kc dln u. .. taken; arid thatth nformractice'of'the the ,1aks\;were :"among"the" wisslng. nounces the severanVof his conneetiorx with I' Foida abe here O Mon-: and planter, are !implicated ,la
court bad beefln such': refuse the Therewastccordingly.nomore gas.let; : 1 ; } : 3Raos-.s'nl it with '
cases,. ha ;journal,_ an!:,Jtt'i i purchase hyPenCHARLEtBTRNCof -- pesidinl' one the principal charged receiving.
; applicatidnJ' KJ, fc -I ; by!thrse':tongue-valiant ,agitators l 'There 'the Co'irt !
Alaptina1an'by the name of ThcmasSimms ; few Two this. lace.5; In parting, Thfl Judge on opening a poty consisting of two red roses, from&

: from Savannah,Ga., was amsted Mr&wa1fthen.lllq1ur If 4heCourt' ,. weveTy three of e10r persons present.into abusive: usual salutationWbs: fo Iud charge to, the Grand 'Jury-definingjk band of a coal Hack rose. The_other U "
abomd o'clock Jut evening while passing would not before deciding to refuse the writ, or 'wer betrayed Wr. G. offers the : 1\

through Endicott, near .Cooper.streeU by tear. an argument!oq the Constitutional quet.Uon. '-. expressions towards the policcrbut"greater mer.:pair s and' ;,to his,brethre of the PresM. | classes otofincei' and ea ewhiar/ bfa: rich planner, wnb.Itreitemporising arged 1titJa.t .,

assisted "- number were orderly. under the j jtmsdfct'on of this:Coart.: Amohs knhii4ep.Tb; .' .
CapU Allen, of the Centre Watch ; .tK of the of both parties. ,For ourself-we!join hands j poetry; '

: Y by officers Bnttman, Clark and other*.- The Chief Justice replied, that the; court Owing to the inflammatory appeals ,andat i iii the *' ,farewell" witb'reciprocal i other foce such as those committed on cijat evi1enceisa_ certaia bear story,.wbJci .
at the the Common .
, j ..*Simm*made ttrdng'effortt to evade the offi. had already decided to refus th'e writ, after tgitatore meeting on hearnl and I the high ear in' yernren't reservations has a most important!.fcar4ng onthe
the tIIt.-
Tremont FridaYafternoonaod fellow-feelrtig
Temple on emotions good-will, I
; cats and cried murder and other violent ejac- tearing the .counsel,as much as. they )
supposed ies of the without the jurisdiction; of ,a State,, he The-whole has been "entered bfc ,
izI&tionabtittlLto effect. He be beard rightthree"compa military' the past is forgotten, save eontheCcllector's oa
no was ear > he desired to : 'riendshTp. 1. ., .
w t ycr'to be in readi- dwelt.nponcases! ofcutting of;,public timber boots., -_.-.I l.. '
jcortod through.Cross and Hanover, streets The fugitive/ in room in the third ibo moments in 'the" lighrof{ ;kInd; -

4o the Mansion House, where a ""coach was story,which iss, cured. by Bixtwo"inch' iron ies*that the vDmg'; 'ald', Col.w! England Holbmok.de.tailed Guards. e9';cato: 'dispel'wbcll the. clouds"j .of. con rQ 'and> trespasses upon the .same., ,Upon :'- .AW iApilIi.r ,' -;:, JUt.

"., :$nngorhiminto 'which, was 'put bolts upon the inside. _. ', tach cases a, number ofndi.ctent. were
: and driven with much speed to the CourtHouse Several Mi1itarycompanies are at' their and Boston Light Guardfor duty versy.. c formed against. county ,in MR.EDITORV The people of. Dunl i an4

;where a coach was waiting for armories, in readiness for action :in case:.of Oar'hiom "'neighbr" enters, we learn, % of'Dal Columbia are.a'.wonderful_ people;the 1"n.:

i him into which be.was put and doyen with any disturbance or. atternpt-attrescue.: 'JLnA- KEPUBOCAJfijr upon a new.career in'"hici we' ,hope success / April, 1850,)the trial ,of..' em :.before ject Plank 'Roadsi; Turpentine.- : ?Plantation,

. much speed to the Court Housewhere;;\ be l deed, every precautJoQI.bas' been taken. to. long and, be'meet- the, Court'at; :the present-'ien i; So 1'Jar,$ asEes&Ltaeprogeued '
: Wat secured beyond any contingency of eseapet prevent a second Shadrachaft ir;'
t .c The.wbole affair occupied hit'a short The city' remains' in'an: .excited ,stale. ed outto hiiand.bi; May: the .emblemsof been/obbiined against the 'parties,. the juries amazing zeal until a Plank Road r'ia

'time, and was executed. lh'eql1a1tkill, prudence The square).around the; Court House has *-:_'THURSDAY-: ; :.PRIL' 11,' iI85.1: his raCt'b'eb t r n-'tbe' V paste-brush without their seats. ob'taiuie57'ind' 'the. hett.'profits of :large and .

r and effect. been cleared once or twice of the crowd"col- The Boton Blare Cale.' and the 8n fin the field ',of'our mu: finding tiot, guilty: .I leaving flourishing'Turpentine Piantaiontsifltu! ( {
t ..Sirnm came to tbs city.,on the 7th of detachments the watch The t testimony el-ciied: ,:after evry effort
lected, by1 city nation-: toal l labors t"e'distant:prospect for e.most, on Tiiato'ng'the line of "the'' '.tlaart'ral'arefan *
March four weeks si u. Duping > The eyes of a .are again .directed amounted r4! )
+ Jast, not quite and one or two who refused to stir, were the'rt'Of1hcU. Attorney:: 'ft
this time he has been colored towards Boston :The > which fortunate has been :ever little more than. to figuered oat
stopping it a taken 'into cnsiody.The; squarehowever; : ,: ccont we -' i the Grand that framed the '
teaman's boarding house, kept bj James ie again half full./ Sixty resolute men guard: publisV In:another column,of,tbe ,arret of b stuck tight i and sheared clean.:, nothing.. J.ur testimony Th us'princ ly fortunes are'made, d'our

Aiken' Not. 153 and 155 Ann street* He is the Court House upon the'inside; and>others he[ >Fugitive! Slave(Sims 'ircm Savannah Mr. Gillett coses his valedictory : 'indictment had belor''hei'na beter 'enterprizinjr people are content to stop,here,

S3 years old, has a wife and several?' children are ready at the different_ watch. ,houses'upon '- excitement, produced'thereby,. 'My successor,1.; Gen.:,Charlie Byrne, is ; tb rpiS,is that the 't parties. :were and regale their'eyes 'with tracing theii| $ e
verynaturally :
in Savannah,andb said to be a very the least alarm. i an well known -to, the people of Florida as arraigned at"all... .
JooEmg ( who be abroad but knotsof awaken; B. deep" degree: (yiter- : of a neatly printed charter, ''and recounting
, bright, intelligent negro on No blacks are to seen ; gentleman"of''accomplished ability! and ,on The cases of' trespass are formed,chiefly ,
:Iron his manners and general white -collected''all ovir.tbe .citydiscussing est in theubflc'in4'We, cannot kow- overthe profits of the butueas.
appetrance men are !, .. : who.will devote! himself with equal energy the of the pine trees for the turpentine. ,
,woujd not be.taken for a Iave.., Only'yesterday.he thematter. Thegreit majority ever doubt .but that the ,'supremacy of the to'the' literary well' as the political department upon .use, purpo Georgia and South Carolina mar bat
received a J Irtter from his wife arein favor of obedience to the law.Theagent ses'of obtaining turpentine; la the. only
of the in his firm.
laws will vindicated and Confiding down Fodaaii.re
a great triumph paper theic apjl: *
I respecting arrangements which were being of'ttie refuses to sell the b fidelity tn the cause of the South and Democracy case argued so far, the .question! upon the
'taaae to take fcer to tie city. slave;bis orders are to take him out of Massachusetts achieved over thoge miserablewreibes' who in his hands I.readily leave trust." extent of damage sustained bybox'nr'.tbe Georgia may no.longer dahn the ex-

__ ... :- .'.-& } n 7 _' to test the law. .i' seem over anxious to light the torch.of civil this 'a 'iO we.tremble my .at trees, and whether. .the'enhanced'value of the pireship of,the South, ian&tters ,of (fnterual: _
old and out as an apprentice to a: brick! ? Froi ncemer Florida will have
; put war -; Improvements
becoming sick,the bricklayer v -* tbe posibiity anticipated; i applications of adjoining. lahda by: introduction, of the : past
r' t Ilit owner has been :ed her' like -" .
yef Still Later Account A few. will just zroAcSp !
days the :
!: .* was,appointed his guardian. From .1 i detenniutJat the scalpel!, buthop the best; and i in our turpentine business rit being in infancy) pu.sing'the
From the Express /Saturday Evening]' 4one-asv ll undone. Steamer "Megnel" aie1rj.
Simms has attempted to get pos- [ as on
time to time .. nimble and legitimate sphere we shall still i is not upon the whole a benefit instead of a
: 'eessiotTof these papers, but without effect. I 'BOSTON, April 5. We anxio08 'await l the resilU ; from, Jacksonville to the wonderful city of
. His route northward washy railroad to The excitement throughout-, city con continue to tug a way,at the one string to detriment to the public lands. Palatka, or other sea .the St.
any port :up .
Charlestony steamer from Charleston to tinued all-last night and up'to this'hour to. SENATOR. M&LLoiyHIsLcTTEs." OF ACCEPTANCE. our bow, wishing the Doctor a pleasant -A long standing revenue' case-the,tf?> Johns .

New ,"(*, and hy standing line' to our cilyu day, is acquiring an intensity 'as'general as .-It will'be see.t'by the followingletter march and a steady column. vs. the heirs! 'of Hendricks-has been finally '

voet not appear to have excited any susklClOfl it is threatening,' to. the peace of the city which we copy hoe the last Sentinel decided for the defendant This i is a suit up. May we not expect a visit from your Editorship

on the route. 'The abolitionists under. tbe'stimulns ot the THE AMERICAN TELEGRAPH.- This is the bond and many: others of your citizens'
. He bad determined, it is&said not to leave incendiary speeches ''made in'the Common, that Mr. hLRt concluded to accept issued in on: .a given by.Hendricks in his lifetime
title of Mr Editor
daily paperrecent1y atrGatorvSu/ely would
new ; '
Boston; though the danger of tarrying here last night are :Drumming up their forces ir of the office of U. S. Senator to which hew a I and Smith,'in favor of Barrows. The verdict ; ,you
. could be unknown to.him. He has F Washington city; the' first .number of which} F tile a ride. upon:our new and splenlid Plank.
not every quarter, with a. ft\y. it is said to resist s elected at the late session o( the. 'Gene turned upon,an, affidavit maideby)Jr.
't walked about our streets freely during the at all hazzards, the return of the Fugi ral we have, received.; .I i is published by i Burritt, in'California..that the land,.was obJ'tained" Ra1 f; ami then _tosee the wonderful; fra-
.\ day and"night, during the past four weeks, Messrs. CoNOLLTf-WlMER & MAGILL. The : the pnvements going up in Gator, as well as
tive.An RumorsJhat have been afloat to his declension from and Smith under
leisure as Hendrck
and was last evening on.a customary immense:crowd of people greatly excited .Telegraph is conducted the sale l thj immensePlantation, Ta pentine work
upon system ,
io / walk when he was arrested and conveyed il l haqging about the Court House-bu of the Senatorial honors will now beEe! that it \UD favor. of Antony fur i
/ to the Court House. no collision, save in.some1'few individuacases receive their_ quietus. his stated that Mr. of the more. pop !!::Northern* p pe. (the sguatute of tie'princpal not being aid Steam Sawmills .along the line' and
The whole force towards Endi- If manifests ability, and fine imn other attractions too te lions to
c proceeded y men-
have nuchedit ral
' yet MALLORT, being i presentat the;late visit of on the. bond.at the.time these ecarites! !
: cott street, where a concerted plan was di The Court is strongly guarded. Marshal taste in typographical An ton! One would think these quite'sufficient
As arrested Simms HENRY CLAY in Havana, in to atrangerept were.'obtained,), and that they signed.undera
vulged. soon as was response
Tukey has taken every' precaution to' putdown intimate acquaintance two 14 endure a visit from a stoic, much less the
to be brought to the Mansion,.where Deputy the first demonstration of disorder that the hope expressed !jy the latter. that.Florida wrong impression. i'OJ. I named in the firm, and the reputation of the peasure-Ioving ) of -
Marshal Byrnes was in waiting with a may be threatened. -' had been fortunate in her change of Senators, bond invalid, and released the heirs of Hen your

coach;'in order that the utmost speed might As I send ,offthis dispatch, further .test!- by selecting one'who wpuld stand;by,the first t warrants' us in; xpe ting.frOm their dricks The- cued was for" duties ait and' beautiful Town. ,.

'be'aaed to convey him into close custody. mony in the case is being taken in Court. joint labors -a valuable aqlisitionctc the amount Hoping to,'see you soOn
Union of the States, Senator a i imported into Jacksonville -
with much upon cargo
r it arrest, performed so celerity MULRy'de.
nil *
BOSTON Washington Mr.; Wimer; gr I remain affectionately I .
April 7.th.-2'P. M, press. !e.ts.a :
,and so little noise, proves that Marshal himself a "Democrat" arid a friendof and bonded reshippinj to. Charleston

Devens can perform his difficult and The abolitionists are ,doing,.everything in cared the Union, upon the basis thi 'compromise. ready and h ste'per and Mr.Coi, Uy has -said duties never having been paid., ", G.Y.
i" with admirable theit power impede the execution of the o been for ''some in
certainty employed
responsible duty years A number the and wit PASKAXEZ, Fla., 'April 10,185L
large jurymen
and perfection ; and we opine with great fugitive law; ndtc"embarrafls'as'much, as the editorial field in Maryland and..Virginia.The 'f : SPIXUTTJAI. IL'OCKINGLft
t deal of onfidence that the after-manage possible, the officers i in t.hi discharge of their KEY WEST, March 2 1851. nesses, :land.all defendants, are from
, To Ex. ..,. experience of many adventurers in similar This being' the 'age, of Clairvoyanta
pc' meat of this case will show that law, order, duty. \ : hi the Florida: Duval County-but the probabilities; seem to
and be .carried out in To day Marshall Tukeyw arrested on Gortwr of of enterprises in Washington, where foreign certain _was transferred in his imagination -
good government can Sir,-I have the hOlor.to acknowledgethe be that the last will return with their_ escutcheon -
. 1 0 Boston, and hat a sound public sentiment the suit of a 1r r6.; named John Randolpt, receipt of your my election journals of a' like description have almost :.unsn Hied. al'Tbe courtieTs tqgeth: ,during the, month of February851

'f willsustain, it., char ef"ith' arresting :!nd. searching the as Senator from the State t.f Florida, and to engrossed the patronage legitimately belonging ( to certain apartments in, the city of Wash
Simms this person of Randolph for _concealed : er with a goodly numberbf; remaining: i health-!
Probably ere morning's eon the
notify of my nccertalce'o exalted home There he beheld '
you -
to a must ington. pacing
Oit rose ,was disposed of beyond, the reach of Tukey gave.bail 'in the sum of $1,000 for trust thus confided in me. 1 am too' sensible penny press naturally seekers, fill the ,Ancient ,City to overflow.
fanatics abolitionists. his appearance:to answer the charge. Jno impart to the proje tors ,of the Telegraph a backward and forwards in. a well ordered
m.obs. or crazy of my inability to bring to this positionthe and the compactly built.town is endowed '
'f R. Bacon, the agent of Mr., Potter, Sims' powers it demands, and.of the. unmerited due degree of distrust-. ;. this will be only withthe element life as welt as the at and neatly furnished room,with fist clenched

.', BOSTON, Apr. 4, 1851. o"nerand'of' DeLyon, were, a>so arresed: on I honor conferred upon me by my felowcitizens the proper temper to good. metal; and though tribute of interest. and muscle contracted, ejaculating; what follows

:c 'At a late hour last night 'a fugitive slave, a charge conspiracy to kidnap They; not to feel deeply grateful the oddsmay be still we allow ourselves f"AstoundTngjnteliigence
promptly gave .bail to'the amount of $5,000. of all its heavy Your; fcc., D.
. named Thos. Simms was arrested, while pasting I ubtfl1 of myself : aware '
. Endicott street, by 'a Deputy United An attempt was' made to take Sims .out of I grave responsibilities. an encounter to epecL and most strongly' .hope, to 1' .tbfy !

. *1' States Marshal'assisted by members of the the U. S. Marsh l'i,custody, by virtue of an I them, with the earnest hope that a disinterested see the valiant sabres (our friends trium- ST.. 'AriavsuApril,- -' I.1i;. I thought Was safe fJ! thought the,State, -,

.police and watch.' Heat first supposed that. old act of the Massachusetts Legislature I devotion of all my energies to the interests phant. 'The trespass case,.which :was i in course ofT East and South of the _- was ,packed !

'i At was arrested for drunkenness, but as he TheMarshal to give him however, positively. ,refused I of the State, may eviiuf my grateful LETTER FROSt Hon. A.II. S T argument on the point,whether.the land was Just as hi* education'is complete,'and his intellectual -
reached the Court House the true nature of up. I sense of its confidence and prove STEPHENS
41 !In Court, this morning, 'Mr. Rantonl generous enhanced or depwiated by boxing -for turpentine and physical. ready"for conflict -
r4 the case was made known, when the cry of pccupied I not wholly barren of public benefits. We havejieen permitted to copy the ,following -. : ,
r;: kidnapper was raised, and the prisoner drew .about an hour and a half in an argument I With great 'resplct I have the honor to extract toC a letter ;from Hon,; A.'H. ;;at .my astwriting,was .decurd must this thingjcome o'rerbirnt. Must

1 a knife and stabbed officer Buttmah, in the in' favor of granting a. writ"of habeas I he your Stephens of Georgia, in ns\ver'to'a letter' against the defendant, and damages be be rejected 1_'.At nisbing1 Have .they *
for. Sime.-Mr'Rantouls a
t;: groin He was, however, safely. lodged in., corpus ', 'reiteration of his argument I S. R..MALLORY. ftp .Ug- ..... ...' .t -lT- .. .-' t1 ; :,. ,"-'-'--:' :- ,.,-.";?-r--; 'YeluieaTo elect him 1 No, aoth' was J Lynn :
simply a -Jate.
i'; the.Court ft use. At about 10 o'clock, an speech: bin 'nalfi r 'j rTfrr-rtjritiFc ; untyGa.heTjl last fall, ( i t Two other cases of parties arraigned for.cutting he. Itywitf not.be. I* it. certain that thirtyis
Lt : abolition lawyer, rn*"""* jFVim'L KnfT, :n1l 0 ave the 4th inst:, from a visit to South Florida. ;
It :-.... --- was so WIO eot and abusive, that he was sent LAW. After he had concluded, Chief JusticeShaw His trip has been an exceedingly pleasant! of nominating candidates to timber, and another lor trespass by't r- necessary to a ch ice ? Some qt ibblf' of

? to the.watch house where he remained for stated thathe, would adjourn tbe" $ State Convention,and at which resolutions jlntine'operationt have l Leen d de for precedent, or construction of law may makeit
till one, and we are glad to learn that the health
it, an hour., Late in the nigh Fletcher Webster 3 o'cockvhen,tb Court would give its ,, were also adopted! expressing preference for' the defendants. The turpentine cases settle otherwise. Blanks mean nobody. ;Let

;: Esq., found a hell of Stone's and ,
Chapel, supposing ant thereby.
alarm of fire bad been raised by the abolitionists and a siiay'escort will prolbl.accom.! Mr. Stephens' answer was deferred until the of the two cases of cutting! belongs to five 'Blank received 29 'votes-Yulee received

in order to collect a'mob, be ordered pany to prevelit a rescue Hon. E. C. CABELL and LADY arrived at close of his labors in Congress; and is directed before the Court upon whichthere, beenan 29 votes-30 being the constitutional. ,m-

;. the watchman to desist. Mr. Webster attempted much Large crowds are gathering about, anal the Suite Capitol on the'morning of the 4th to this place, where the individua who effort on the part of counsel to interpose ber required: to elect, consequently there it
o to drag assaulted the man him.from The the rope, called and entertained of outbreak., prevails, but. The no fears are inst, fMASSACHUSETTS. acted as Secretary now rsides. It will be a private grant to one Fatio in 175" granted no election! ; the joint meeting will therefore
afterwards officer
y ".0- assistance, and Mr. Webster was taken -- are'ready'at a"moment's warning militr. .-Sumner falling of.The seen that decided preference is expres for by the British, that i is.:now' the property proceed to vote again. Mr. Clerk, call Ibe

.' the civil authorities; Cobb,. a candidate of, Judge Douglas, which it i roll.* This will do
rj to the watch house and thence to flfe 20th ballot for U. S. Senator from Massachusetts Howel a Governor grant not ; be 'was certainly

I jail.. -THIRD DESPATCH 1 taken 'in the Georgia, in view of the important ques. alleged covers the.sections (36 and 31) upon elected, as be received 29 votes'' more thai

, ; The examination of the fugitive slave was' BOSTON; April 7th,'3 P. M. that was Legislature of tions before the public mind of the'.S nth- which the timber is charged to'hav been cut. any bodj else. ,This'-will not ''do.What'
commencedthis: forenoon at nine o'clock, In the Court this : State on the 2d inst.and resulted as bad !
; afternoon
.t Supreme Chief above all former This would the to have '
rising party considerationsand prove cutting .been not elected! 1 ,By my education and logic, I
before Commissioner T. Curtis.. Seth J" Justice Shaw'delivered-a lengthy opinion previous ones, in no choice. Charles Sumner -
; Thomas appeared fr claimant-the Hon. upon the application for a'writ 'of habeas the coalition candidate, lacked twelve in this course Mr. Stephens will have upon private and hot public land.J Counsel understand matters better than this. Certainlyhis -

Robert,Rantoul), ,Charles G. Loring. and S. corpus in the a of Sims' votes of an election-being' loss him of scarce a disseriterfrom, his old aiates made'an efort'to govern the remaining cases .friends'were' fools, and did not

. .f_ E. Sewell. for the fugitive. The unanimous opiniotLof the court was three since the last'ballot to, taicfn true as they have always shown tbemslves by.thisone a'respect tie grant, butfailed'to understand his rights. Why did they not
. i The complaint was then read, alleging that the writ not toTe was '
ought granted. The whicl to the principles of' ti a1 Uiiioni": upon this plan. The jury claim at once that he elected!. '
: ette' was This is
t that Sung escaped from\James Potter; rice argument was then resumed before the U. S. two week previous. next trialtakes nstt '
planter,Chatham county Georgiaon the Commissioner Rantoul is now proceedingto place place on the 23J inst. "While I disregarded the grant, and the verdict turned the most interesting period in hit, whole life,

: 22d February.last. Several depositions of argue the.case at greats length. .Swords: duly appreciate your feelings upon the testimony, and was rendered "'not for him, and I am'sure that by,Le.tGnl:01

,. r persons in Savannah were read, to the effc and, other arms sufficient to arm a huohrei MR. WEBSTER IN PE! NSYYANIA.-Te and my freds' in'your county, and feel.under guilty." The sections .mentione lie the Amm Bey, he will swear that-he will claim
i j
:; that they knew Sims.as the slave of James police i have been forwarded from the Nav} Secretary of State was receivd by the Legislature great obligations for..your and their kind bend of Magirt's Creek, n Duval county. contest He knows all about claim
l ; Potter. Some.deposed that Srais bad con office. In yes. ;
Yp.rd.kithe arshals case Sims of Pennsylvania on ttfl 2d inst. at partiality, yet l cannot consent for my name At the close of this the second of and if 1 mistake contested
. fessed that he-was the slave of Potter; and is remanded, \ stronger force to be used ;in connection writing ] not he has before. ,
also that his mother had acknowledged that will guard him to the cars. Harrisburg. Gov.-JOHNSON'bade him'wek' with that office. 1 I the five caSts is in progress, when the identity A most interesting crisis.fO'f a senator to acquire

a; both she and her son were the slaves 'oC FOURTH" come in a brief and appropriate speech, to have refused heretofore and I know of no of the old grant tothe.lpcality is again character forwisdom, .and knowledge!

. Potter.Edward Burnett testified that he lived in BOSTON,DESPTCH..April 7th, U P. M. which the illustrious cretary.replie in his1 jeason an office to change I do not my desire,mind and and purpose.. It attempted to be showm, and,is nearly demonstrated The situation! the powers of the Statesare
.. Sa'aooahj; that he knew Thomas Sims, the After the U. S. Court. adjourned this usual eloquent manner. CAMERON if not by one 'of the witnesses for the singular and p rtentioutl. Such tinum-
I evening and while Marshal J Tukey and and other be willing to accept unanimously conferred .
; ; : prisoner at the bar Sims bad worked will distinguished individuals prosecution. stances call with peculiar
# told he several policemen, were reconducting the : by all parties in the State-there are other '
oiai at bricklaying; had him that was were present. Motions were for
a continuance of
I of the claimant and Mr. mae his abilities.- Why, why, have they for.
agent DeLyon, -
police ambitious
the slave of Potter; also heard his mother men who are ,or anxious obtain ; until '
officer Savannah,'with the'witnesses to CONNECTICUT ELECTION t tbes cases the decision of the Department gotten or.looked over this! he
R k say that she and her son were the slaves of Locofocoism it. Out of the list of these : Certainly,
Fetter their hotel, James Randolph, the negro who carried the day at the recent'election in this can I think make f.and we as to the confirmation of the old grantis must have. been_out.gene "friends. :

,. Johu .E. Bacon, the agent of the owner, caused the arrest of Marshal Tukey this Stte. Gov. Seymour is re-el d and botli i a good proper selection known j-'which motions the Court over' over-reached. 0 Israeli 1 Under. all and.
morning'raised 1 club and aboutto who will '
F testified that he had known Thomas Sims a large was c some one fill it with'tr ditto ."
: well for a long period of years; he has re strike the agent on the head when his houses of the Legislature are strongly Loco- himself and honor to the State.' I feel rled every circumstance; th'ey'w derelict,:Ot .

i. tided in Savannah and .was the slave of arm was caught by an officer. He was arrested foco. Connecticut although inclined to Locofocoism great solicitude about'the selection A.motion .was also.made to quash as the duty"or they wonU) have: claimed ha: elec _

4 James Potter; bad lived within sixty yards and committed to j jail: in State elections is.Whig all over. per man-not onlyon i of a' pro- indictments! contained specifications figures tion. His. c/azffi ought to be heeded. 'Tbo t

, 4 of hit mother, and the prisoner jassed in 'acoQntof the .success instead of words, contrary to Archbold '
: my a Presidential, l.contest. of the another honor, safety, and propefly'of.the South"requires '
'4 houle't"ice to his work ,ARRIST ARMED.NKCRors BOSTON ECALITORNIA nomination, but i inYeference also
a day going am
iti.es. This motion
S : positive that: Sims is the man, have seen the -On Friday OJ night seien persons'were 1 takento 'ELECTION or.U. S., .SENATOR to the dis harge of.the" "duties::"'The peopleof held under a.ltho consideration.: ,th Cur talent to defend it.: Wisdom, firmness

mother his to Potter the watch house, in Boston,. for '- and honesty are scarce articles-in the"
:. oftSims pay over wages refusingto POSTNEp.- After.one hundred(and. {fifty, Georgia I fear do not sufficiently'consid- Jn
Col.) *
opposition *
in'Sims' presence. There was one :other 'l leave Court Square"All were discharged, unsuccessful for er the importance of .to CaJproscntor'ar political market.! :The_idea 'of not' eiectirig
ballotings U.S. Senator a of
witness bat hit testimony was not put in. except two CJole persons namedCharlet by ,man, proper Col's. Sanderson, J him could
Bryant wth
Mr.l ve originated
i Defendant's? counsel preyed for delay until A. and owden, who, were foundto the Legislature! of California, the election" qualifications for tleir"Chief' Magistrate.Georgia ._' of Duval, ,and Mr/Forward of" St.;John's.b. the cone .

Tuesday;but the CotnmisMofter'bnly gran be armed with pistols. They were committed "'a postponed'untiI'Januarynexl. is a great .i and 'h t:.Governor enerniaso.fa.. HepablicanGovernment -

ted a postponement for twenty-four hours.- to jail to answer-to a.charge. of carrying -. j _\ : ,! ought to be 'one"o'f her purest ,'and'ablest wjththethappy!! release.of.: several "par (as in ,Algiers.:) My' private opinion it:
,. The conose1forthe4efeuietate4. that they concealed wepons. lUSCHVSIS' ,ELCIONS.-h-"htrialforniernberiofCtngressirr Another Statesmen. She j is' ties"from the' clutches of Uncle Sam rand ,. that his non-election is practical. demonstration '
believed Sims to be a free rs&o', even'under -uAJCEKJn IN' NKW.. YORK THE "four 'uTsdricts not without .many; minerit i- the dismissal of"witnesses and grand: jurors, that the
R of
the lawt of Georgia, "" : ., THE: .SuvF.-Tbe; ;Marshal 'in Massachusetts : sons who would fill! the place well:- togetherwith"the "people' ,are not'capable vgovernment. :

The case -was then. adjourned :until'tomorrow of the State>f NewiYork'rlc ived a'commu-, stilled. on. the_ 7&jD'st/re- i The.eOnvntlovbit'ls to aernbljJj e hegiraof. many in aJdS 1 'am' satisfied- that such
i innochoice.
the house cleared Sims : Duval: regiment. is gradually, being- the will
court Marshal by legislature about
; nicaiiorsonSunday, ; of I mean the convention n-of the ,course. ,. bring .
in in the lrt.b u5e'fitted Boston that. 'Uon.>Roberi.Rantoul/r; the net ConsttutipnaiUnfoS ?- vetted to better beds' and seats than the '
I t remains a ruo_ eo requesting' [lie nt t, his.aids : recent'nrn i ''flarty dire and vxuting cakmhies thatwilt, .visit;
kt; up for such an enWgency,. and.so' far everything would be ii. ..readiness' : assist ,ia the safe days i U,S. Senator, "was' tbe''clrdidare' 'of 'iH doubtless mae. a press upon the jhpspitalitles: of.:mfnerho and convince the themselves .of the
remains quieL i;:. : transmission of the slave'(Sims) on his route the,"De ocrac y"in tb district. He suitable! jc. ?Formyown part I less (the*Florida' .House first admitted .
t The police guard the Court House: But through that 1ty.'t Sa vaui,ah.: bas Esx dined to think atihie, time that the necessity -altering: Constitution. .ua.
taken1 man
few blacks are to be seen;- Sims bas ,it is ,-' -i grounds" gain ,the- F. .g'itive,5Iav(4w i it the Hon"Howell! Cobb This proper But by the way, a guest might be, 'oo'dsebeelof : necessary step for.tbeir.secuaitrand'proteifi

r said;a wife and children who are free, in :THaETNED'RE CCB OF THE FUGITIVE. .; founded varioat! ,; opinion i ;; s the crowd- here and fare .wellj' for tion. Such,conns will'and ought to, bring

Savannah andwho w.ere'about tdjoinhi j '- of,Saturday} I liny 4 upon conSderbons'\"hich at any hour the provender board .bounti
10rniOIt LARGE LIST down the heads and beards;ofthtjttankitc
The case of Fletcher Webster was brought inaliuiding'lotbrahimaJe; to, ; : ,PASENOER8.-Tie' 'new need .not be enumerated even if'(had 'time fully,supplied withthi'c'he'eubstantiaIa upon

I before the police court,ard he gav bonds to slave Sims'on:Saturday night, says;: from teatr FJoridawuth nlrieij;:eveh ; rrjved and'space. ,Suffice it to say:I ;,have. known"him arid: nick-nacksof .1 *and Dissentients in tha"Jegs1atore J

f appear next "to answer charge, of ,. "We trust .that me'wll; not; be tried a :passengers inaddition a long time an J. ,have seasonIn the Svayif .a:decided. reprobation of.tHeir era riouj J
assaulting weeki icema .. ',The Supreme. second time. If ;it is vvill,'10/'ehiWe gratnlate'her'proprietors to a amount; ,ot freight.Vecon the' ; : c '_ .:. ;. we, h .:__difliedqpa _.i luxuries 'greeuipeis'and straw-berries i designs to:defloor.bun, and maltreat hw laaVf
,on ,
Court have just refused to of pntbe'partof: ., .favorwh ic'sb greatmany question! yet 1 peer doubted keep-a- omkig and neither i '
g grant a writ play > city aQ borities" hat met; und The J yet one are as"plentyarblaa.berthi. dable and ambitious Were they
Kabem corput in the ease'o1Siu We are rejoiced len that our go (Tomf IShe.c } d .p'rofitl"accruing iiI,patriotism. ].and,integrator,fidelity, the : .* > e designs.
! This jn'the JudfcTai ;is determined ; p ) a Rftitntiont t : ignorant tDiJtheynotkao'ibit; the lot-,
to II
-things his..time'
t Snpreire. put through tune1 "fast of/.thecountryr: At
Court' before Chief Justice Shaw,'and.Justices --and h'S' call upon}ibe military i le'us; aasueiiimvitI ? boa.&vann44GthrEia814'mflei: ;. ,., bejage we.lboroughiyagreB. ubori f J..TU1ic.that Col/S.,, of.;j the iNattond InflQpnceryhaa tre of his senatorial tion burnt>wii''' triumphant -*
alL tne
.f Mttcalf,Fletcher and Biglow, Mr.;'S. teCelVIUlirmp j fetspOns *,f I Marr1age: pf: ofWbstcr'a'Dubter: ,' qiW r8- h.b' are 'kejy sborj :to an t had his salivary'"organs affected brightness Washington-and that

3, E. Sewall presented af petition' of Thomas ". S mjoftjhe'me; iuer of our 'volunteer .Aliss iJARIE7'fW.Hddgbter' of 'thai'.late an be i Isaman, 'not rare ability'} : bit by ii| 'late. letter from1' a:correspondent it spreads a.halo of gfery around hna ';D*|

t. Sims ia the custody ofjhe Marshal), at.in military companies'! are as much opposed,;to, tlof.WE"TR,):was '1C: mbri\gp one:who: possesses only mb1natiohM') -' of,-the*Republican,'descrlbing'the! i provocativesqn knowthat be had beei 'attentive" *
1 alledfed fugitive slave, praying the_Court to slavery as the_most rabid.abolitionistzmwig.ns"buttfiahkGo4J d i ihstjtfrM&W: ; : : t rjbutes'of; %hich' Trouldfit'hfm' Mrs.poo\ they not ij
9 tsioe.a writ of habeas copuIirhis\ behalf. < ; : I 'there i is _not ;a; man 01'Fayal"the, brother' of;her!i.elder : .ter:T cfarcter'.**'' -. "' -' .: .>" >i toble,7; "TChjaTI; jnfer.i from the"tpirifof, ;Bolitical t intiriguWandTHii'paW:

,t Mr. Sewall htvjngread the petiiion, and among them,all, but stands)ready, at,a ,010- husband, 'When.herfaiher,WU"COYtt; .'. "-- f some.pretty'comments preeedirig. an extract tIi.th. ti srThctpIady. u 'been :tcO

t stated the,grounds upon, which. the application Tn'ut's warning,'to.shoulder Jbit! musket, and ofJle)f ruirde.rolDr: unr .'EcTaAna'njU i RT'Bt "i'b taken from that letterWe. : beg leave'againtafemjpV'the reward those'whom thought wonld.wbjir1

} ins mad,Lbs jadjes.confeired together if need. be''fire.a:balT cartridge,jJn: ;Defence \ trebel'.betrthed of the 14th : Ti y"r cj .'paiatf..bjr'tfdingihalgrfcn / ; ; the hardest for hit the'chief'aad
'In'tnf. fi applause as
t. for mfe momenti, and the. Chief Justice of law. tJ. ) qpyestbetttoTJhis JO Mr.'D-, afwolyed 4him ; Bowif theWwIe'ol'Mr.lenr' \ ,
fJle ; D .wbo"reiiu ,.(wrnha, % !iijee :.been, &adistatthi! MnMrtie .oVrtii iit. JKd ,ibtjr'ROtknjowMt'pn : '.
J thA : tbecoort .. which, however, with ; 'tbr "( | '
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: mfnt 'fine fat
:t refusing the'writ-tbe ground tbat.t&ppeered ,1LU&g (. g'GIATou'i'< MEaTIG ": c JJm') ,'he would not a Jalinl1t. babe..twoboys and'orieski", SaancJcg) tbe .same, hoard.. ,'."v-:, -- .-", ;."f" I I.-; :--a.- ; 'aU1ca4nsbe.-. ',bj*;;li, .: -..
tbe'facti"stated:la tbtj petition Tne abolUwniriaCotwf'f .WtfisTia i i t" ;.. E .. .b Y .. &:.:t' ':i!>:( h A- dl "
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tries iaterest did not require fura to do from-aJeueroJVtDWirlfor 'ADrilIlt1J; : t1NDEJUUGNED wile with a aystemof.rtten rea DBS which for 1..' .: 1.ADrftsS10i.
12 years.Attorney. :General ,of;the "JJnited i DsanreN C-i I I ; "fbII'on ed ntiiriM otherwise, he voted as. a partiran, wB&sr States;, and one of _tbsihoit: distinguishedeonrtitufional and s. &inecLJo.ia5 V*ja:tM N sbo busini ,to 1Iea4u ganiaatlon that the world-has'eve*witnessed; and I In order to admission lo pursue&'endreourw .
.DtJ&-Cf. Aflnderthsame.t... IYEitflEwAicE wbleh-e-tyat .basi .OaT a student must be at least fourteen -S
be comprehended the import: or tendency lawyers of the Bepublie T,He 11 ; : Ju years ef,ages
lStk.--C BM continental mat '
10: Esrope, and of a large portion of that_ satisfactory-evidence of good
the question or not! Did they not n&4er was t Attorney.Genera1'under' -Mr.Madijsontaroagbont I Geer, w IL 'i eJi 'to ih h.trr. England aid the United SUtos. *" .u.'"'T character;and must sustain n exaKinatio* te tb**

gund ibat on'rtrry occasion, where interest his second lernv and through** '- 16U.-PM1 Georgia, South-c.rotiDa Tnnesse, :It would be leulte useless for we to speak$f:the "lIInri.aC$1IItiet.vial ,,,
IbeS years JMrlJdonroe's. administration M Die AWt l" with the UArUoe that all b1t merits of ski great work which your enterprise is Arithmetic biemeata of JUgeVm Latin aa<
C or principle Tetjsired i it,he would bow and In,aletJer: to Jndge Carr', f.VirgTniarin'1833 .u .. ._- to 1he.1rinftCdytlheird f.ed aUeo- a about to give te the American pablle From th* GrsekGremmsr'Jacob'sor' Fe1&ea"GnekReadero -

make a display of patriotism and fierceness during the excitement of South Carolina riu"k, MMn' -. eni. :: ,. ; ':.,'M.M"DY ot&&. V .,_ isolated position which the civil law has been permitted and the first two 'b*>Uef XeMb**.
Per -' ; 3OSEPhjA.Sgg : to oeeupy in Eu-lead,few ofth.standard Anabasis.Jaeob'.or Doerisf! Ib.Er-
that would term to km'to out.do talent and hfication.be teas speaks of."secession f* amer ; :; Feb 185L .of Burke eo1,Gi.V ; .. works eoneeratDg It have been translated into lust or Csesar Cicero's Selaet UttflS'aM.I1a.. x

eloquence 1 t Did)they not know that) be "As' to th2 right of'VsYaVfo) 'secede from I M.Per M.ste&p,.* : ,Ap-,1L. V .- se:. English the original and English this want treatises baa not on been that supplied bjct'. by I> gilob.dcam.d.-., 'trvvvxAifH' ''-" *--" .
the Unron I T .
iris next to Webster ir. erudition, and, Clay -onot recollect lo have -eTer MUler..u4 2 : -" &; 'w.-'Baker: have o doubt that In-Louistansv In Texas- :
hearditaaadea- sa;'1ec.t of di cns8ioa in the ., '. _I California,and in the new Territorietof the Uni- EmawaFsz-1ttbe: rto in splendid eloquence and eoold rival either high times of 178S, 1755, and 1800,'and consequently -i9sT of : .4.: "l'ORNEY'tL..t iy ted States as well as in.Lower Canada there win mare dollar;if as-Sophom, tint 'doLsiri'
AttaOx'ytz.ii: i&a T be a ready demand for .' The if ae'Jan_('fifteen,'daEar*;' Lad tf at'-1erj-
of them in' f nevsr.lierd the deniat.O the .14: T aCbcm :; :J'LoiJDi; 'yonr'pnblics.tion.
right dollars. _
< profession throughout the Union twenty i
will >
'. .iuitit thw time Mr. -, of WALL' to secede treated as a high leileral ,do trine. ., Pablo, .A S :: Refereiice'March ,' their favor to the uadertaUng and'-1'trust teddl111e1d that 1st Session. M. Swe.or

N.T entered the room and broke' I cannot howuer'distifiguilh:hdr.6 1J' the' Alvrap A J.W JI D 'B.FiE &v. h de. .-'. your enterprising bouse;;wifl find-It. interest;in Tuition; S-$2100 -' 12100'
Street right ofteeestion and the right revolution.. ; 20,". .. If -- publishing,irom time to time, in the English language Robin rent- -400 4W _
up the:train of thought and expression. No one Federalist or Democrat Allea Ashley Lorousa!* : : ;such other standard works as win. form the IncideaUleipCM,, 100 .,. ,j QO "
or'even '
: lsit.f a ei vil law UseefLibrajy, 75 5 'JS-.
histt ;NEW SPnING.GOODS.-- JibrarT..y e j!* >:
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SPIKE. Mo.u h sever denied the ribtof rev-: Allen Eben.- : *.! vlremaia,:gentlemenvTryrespeetfuHy: ," .1 IUD tor'. Wages, .1 Oil" 5 1l1G.
outionwben tbe social compact violated .< ,. ;3Kriggs & SCRWER has.' .' ffeW obedient your Fuel for Oratory) andfTleelJr 1 1. ..-11"
I have ohBenred and i senant ,/ GiuORUE,EUbTl .
the above Cyrus *
P. 8..Since penning to Ike'intolerable oppression of'a" part of hetuuntrv. -. for sale a fine and extensive'assortment of; "Mowrs.'LrmJt fcEBOwx.FRO31 .' I tatiODroom.J .lID .' Z &f;
the following paragraph in a Georgia' Weiyhooiilvbecame' BllNel BoothYjBarfield J U'.. Clothing of the latest styIejsunsjt.. '- : Fuel is afforded to the students at eoet. A snot
a, nation ALFRED equal to the cost te advanced '
by rack
ef'a I1ENNEN. probable
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newspaper. 'Straws show which way the by assertion'of that right ought-to be LonicA Coats *ad Pants do.: ,NEW ORLEANS BA1UBc student;if more is consumed it is charged W. .

wind blows." "Who is it that does not believe the last to dispute 'All.will agree that there Butts George .f tests'doiiirt4'Taney- I ; roji-\Sepi.I1S5O. -if less the balance is refunded.tvtt"
are extreme cases of oppression which Bessant T Linen & .;- Hate,'. >iLepora Messrs. Lrrtts V -4"BKOWX' r/ ', '. Beard ie furnished with the lemUks of CM"*ts.-
Hurra! Hurra !! may Brown:
in Clairvoyance. be imagined;and in which .volution.is not Brooks sortment J Hata Shoes I fine '*-; Gentlemen am much.pleased:to-1eifn'that fessor V- at two dollars is-suaflates.] eek. V: ;
a' the .
Also Washing ,
Hurra!! for our side.CoKCRtssioxit. only a right but But Burke AT : a variety Muslins, you are engaged in publishing a revised edition
a'.'duty. who shall Ginlham*, Lawns. Changeable Linen i of Strahan s translation All does are'p"We in advance. The:TuitloiJ .
. SENATE. judge when such an extreme case haa.oceur. C J : Lustre,.bilk Linen and Cambric Hdks-i Bon.A No work in the ,English language nr, on Cl"JJ..LAW the is remitted oa appUeationsit all stndente dssifn.
Clark Rachal, GtoTes same eel for the ,
and 'UiDi
red-the .Mitts' Parasols, -V-
oppresedortheoppres l' Umbrellas subject to'be
or lithe Caw Jno M compared with it,the'TuRnes i Zg
SESSION. .Ja.t 'Also. Jhe tuition file for Modern t.angnsgeseightdoflariperseailentobepsidt.sb1nstzue
EXKCCTITI latter, it is easy to ree that no'revolutionwillever Croose'RitesaCanjpfield a fine assortment of Groeeirie*. and correctness of the doctrine conveyed through wiH N .

THE FLORIDA SENATOR-SHIP. be'permitted 'for the case Ed : eouaiBtiDr In'New York City Cured Hams outit.,5.,5 "-V J._.__ .
will be tor in .
; .never BMnsides-JShouldersFilton Market From the time of advance. *t siFrss.dni
WASHISOTOX, March 8, 1851. admitted to have ': rred. If the' former Cohen Jacob ? ; 1 Beef.Smoked Salmon Smoked itpublicationup te the present ,
: Beef ,Jt has raeehred lbs approbrtwn of lbs most who do tl 1&siw S'iysseid.isi'hnlt
CIA eommanication was received.by Mr. the danger (as is now in the case in. South Clay ett,:"WilliamCandage Jas K" ;Botojtn ;.*es. Cod. Fish. learned men and lawyers' i a .everyeonatry Course rrqwvdfor a degree, martKm ,,

.-daimi to have been elected by the Carolina) that passion wili too often take Clinch H M ,, .'.- 'M V 'Prom.c1rieel_.'Bemugs. PiP k>' 1 very:deservedly. The compiler of the Cede Napoleon ted rge of studies w/onuw mdafUdttO- .
he received the l Apples drew copiously from,it ,for their 'work.Napoleon .- tphtrt md e9w.pe'fWc of.itackiii4seidaat a I
Florida of Camosa Joan
Legislature of haying place reason and 'the. case will be ... '-- "V rSRi8iflJ, Loaf .Su-, himself studied it most earefuiy in_: safer a. nuk eai be, 'rmtanaUf anti.. .5 "
29 votes and all the others being blanks;- continually thought or alleged to .have oc DeCottesUri.;\ 'D E V., gtr 8 sgii., Soda ot. ly life,'which may account 7 r the singular acut The studies 1 of tbli" "Conrse' "-are'\I.arranged" .; tndett ? .,

laid on the table and ordered to be printed" curred. But in all revolution. oppressed Davis Charles,-, SedTiti ton, i14! -Lemon. Biscuits. nestQand wisdom of his ebfervatiensaDd deeisioo followiag'departnicwta,"Wit: 5
has taken it Powders Table Salt,to. during the discussions Adoption of his code. "
necessarily himself to decide Davis C '
upon Also lsLAMTrntTwAt.buvAaTtzsTInkkb
'- an assortment of Car- Ddtnat
.NoTt-Som persona think this mean the and has brought on the struggle.. The Daniel W A jwnter's Tools, :? Cutlery,. irooms.. library of every,and American I hope will Ia./r.a, .foaad' in .the>" beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra th* sti-
Secession I ; Davis Horatio : -V >. dent.will be carried..seriatim _
JI&rlyothersthat has
ratbern Confederacy or oppressor never admitted the oppression, V -- 5- : Your obedient 8rvaia ; through., the .
it meini National UNION party, and more. norlet o his hold. War has ensued'andIt Dodge Soloman An of which he ofieis'for sale at ,the.lowest f .ALFREDHENNE., higher'branch s of the Mathematics ending in> *''
the D. L. Y.party inFla.VXUGUriA has Darnel Its S price*. MORR18.KEIL ;- their application to Natural Pnllosopy,*-Astreae' .
been a subdued rebellion ora Dana WC V V &e.
suCcessful my "
Cos.serotOeeankBayts. :r EPOKTS op CASftf aTgned and determined ..in -' *.i : #
STANDING FIRM revolution, according to',the event. '* Duggau'Mag Jackeonvme1arcb. !,: tfPATTBK'S i the Circuit Court of the United Sates'1'or' the 2d. Ax ESOLWI .DEU&'tXnT-co.pm, ?.

The following resolutions have passed i I: do not know that we can come : Dunham Fatto; fir5t ireuit from 1812 to 1851, as follows I'Gewsoi's infraction Orthography,ReadingE1ocutio .

to any satisfactory conclusion as.to the 'right Davis Capers A CARD.; KsroRp. Reports of Cases argued Grammar;Writing,Geugrsphy, HistorC. ..
of Virginia ,'E
of the -
the two Houses Legislature and position, (betorieLogie.Intellectual Pbilo.apby'
of We -0- determined in,the Circuit Court of the
secession. must admit the right in Moral
almost unanimous1y-bUfivC dissenting Edwards II.-' United tlt&te,for the first Circuit from 1812 to Philosophy, t'oJitieal Grammar,Story,o* '
a case-of extreme, oppression. When F Constitution,
the PbtOiOpbr, 5iata-
1315. Ornithology
votes being given on tbe three firstin tHe! question is one of life or deatfi, self.de fence Freeman W Ma.the EDITOR numerous s As invalids the time who is fast pproaclrhg. References.Second 2 edition voli. ,8vo.with additional Boston, 1833.Notes_ _and rat Theology, Elements of Critietsia, and Eviden
are DOW enjoy > *
G of -
lower House. Florida! in her Legislature in becomes the first law of nature, and''all will Green if W the benefit of a tropical climate, will ,be de "should omit doing justice to my own feelings, ma 3d. A CbriaWaaU"MEXCATrruB Dsp., :\EtMErr 1It. -.In whtek_ '
recognise the right of a State in suck Graver Kiaiah fur their Northern hones permit me to as well as to the cause of truth if I were not to will be
herself to follow the lead of a case, select the decisions imparted an acquaintance with an that fai
1848 pledged in Gallison's and Mason's Re-
to herself if Graham D B .to their notice .JATTENT HO -
save -can.-On the other necessary to qualify youth for the immediate -da
"Virginia and the Carolinas." These two if Green Emma ," located-on the corner f Greenwich;and porte as specimens of pre-eminent merits .-They' ties'the counting house -,kLciniFtS7V
hand one State, .in the, effort to save' her I & streets,-New York which has way fairly be placed upon a level with the bert ; including/ .
States pursuing a diametrically opposite self will destroy the Gaudy SomersC ; acquired productions of the English Admiralty.. for aa original and paW
are twtrdy-lliree-olhers, same Green Catharine I most enviable reputation. WILLIAM PATTCX, deep system of this art which
course and as Florida cannot take the advice law of self-defence: authorizes the latter to save Green Mrs E H, ., the proprietor is a young man who posses and ability accurate and wisdom learning in,iliOD.-3 as well as for the highest bold finished hand peculiarly adapted produces to the pw"a .

of both-quiescence in her last general tliemselves'if they can by preventing seces GrayThosT every requisite of the gentleman-one of the 521.- Kent, 20; (2) poses of the accountant and business mad.' ; .

assembly places her side by ride by tbe old, sion. So,at last it resolves itself into a II all who who finds visit the bu way HOUSE.to the' Board heart and affections; MASON (William P.V) RRPOETS'OF CASES in 2. trtfAnrfio'omprising numerous abbrevia..4
$ ,
Wm L day ted methods
Dominion and antagonistic to one of "the question. of force and comparative strength will do the the Circuit Court.of the United' States for the computing Interest. Dieeomtt.
Howe A PHarding certainly, most: agreeable 10' aU Equation of Payments Jto..,and other Mereantll*"
Carolina," at least and becomes a physical instead of a moral J Henry His table fixtures are ol the most deli- "These Circuit, from 1816 to 1330. Svels 8vo. cafenlations founded on percentage;together tll ".
Reports comprise the Decisions"Of Mr
question. S Neverthelesstheab. Hept J I) ,' character. :His house iI beantif ally situated, Justice snch'operations as are requisite fur a thorough' ;> .
1st That whilst this State deeply sympathises Story on the first Circuit of the United
stract of, secession Hodrkins& spacious parlors,-its long dining-room, knowledge of the business of a ..
right cannot be denied in States and follow in countingteem.S
order after MriniIisou'a
Carolina in '
with feelings.x.cited Hale EbenHnlgerson i airy dormitories, and Its ample balls and pes- 3.: Mnuk keeping Single and Double '
by the unwarrantable interference of' theory, in a case where'even political death ] EllenHogins ,echoing to the steps of busy--waiters; and Reports. The Decisions relate to great variety the most approved metbodf. A vomilete t'ntry course by.
the non-slareholJing States with-our common would preferable to existence under extreme Sarah,'' coming and'departing,will bespeak for the and Illbject-CoDltiLationalAdmiralt Real Law and ,Personal, of instruction in this branch',wiUlw. furnished d- w

institutions, and whilst diversity of' oppression. But I can scarcely conceive the Hulbert James a rock and of generous Gold. proprietor" ";'a bODied'"word' by tbe profound, Chancery learning and aeuteness are characterised ; and signed to fit the student to take charge of any *?**

opinion exists among the people of this commonwealth case that can possibly ise in practice, undera Hodgkins 'AMOURIST.- thoroughness of research which ere such eminent of account books. .. j\ -* .
Hazard W 11 '- 4th. As
in to the wisdom justice Government like ours to justify a resortto Jacksonville March 27,1S51.: : traits of their.author. :They will bf tr a'favora- DEPABntEirrComv..
regard HarnedJno L
prinog a selection from the English and Matac.maucai .
secession. It his comparison in ncint tf lewnioff and lIt"adicW _
and constitutionality of the measures of the looksevceedinglyiike a Hartley'DdBa' utility with the best rohuc&t cf the English Re courses anovauo surveying,' .Botany,
late Congress of the United States, taken as to Jlay the smuggler or'the pirate, for Harris Wm T Nassau County Tax CMectofs :Sale.Y ports.,. - V Mineralogy,Geology Chemistry ancL Agricultural -

a wLole and commonly known a? the compromise an Atlantic Slate to talk of seceding on'the Jones Benjamin J virtue of'autberity in-,me by law vested I Siairra'* RcwMTS--Sumner'(Charles.)1" 'Re: mmtallectures/CheUiissrythelset" two- '" fllutrated' c 'V by'expert V ..-. *

measures; yet the Legislature of grounds taken by Carolina. 1 am Tar from Jones Hillary- ,will expose for sale, in front of,the CpnrtDissolution. ports of.cases argued and determined in the Circuit Esanrcnt fj
5th:A CIVIL: IDEp.4&nDn4a
declare hercister considering the other States bound to permitthe door, in Nassau county, on the first Mon- Court of.the,United States for the First Cir i.
Virginia deems It a duty to to Jordan Joseph B ult. "Svols which aretau Arithmetic (mental and,writs
in June 1851 2 of land c 8vo. .
tacit secession of acres owned by the
State of South Carolina, that the people Carolfua' on the ground K of Francis P...Sunehei "These volumes contain the decisions of Mr." ten) Algebra (mental and written,) Geometry*
or so thereof
of this State are unwilling to take any Uken by her. I think with you-that it is Knight Phillip. will pyS346 taxes due. thereon from ISIS Justice Story and form a continuation to the se-I Trigonometry' Surveying, (with the DIe ofillltl1l'--
a question of vital existence the Persons & ries of Gallison and Mason. I meats io the field,) Practical Engineering i'AreId1f',
to the Tbe
action (in consequence of the same) calculated : rest of will all necessary expenses attending said sale. decisions lathe
to destroy the integrity of this Union. Union. W bile I am forced, therefor, to I not get please them.say dariel described on day of sale;'--J i present volumes relate particularly to questions of tectnrePar8peotive,''.draughting, and 1'opopaophLie V ; :! .

[Ayes 110, noes I-Mr. Harrison.] admit an abstract, right to secede for sufficient : V A. J. BRADDOCK, v Equity alue.!,and Admiralty- '. V and are of ,.rut practical S. A T. :ans'riuAltTJEriTh'or court*'. .

2nd. That regarding the raid acts of the I .cause, on the theory of human rights 1 Jacksonville neU.J-tdI. Sheriffaad ex.off.,Tax Collector. STORY'S Rxpoafi.- J3tory.(William'W.) Reports -' study will consist of a judicious selection- *

Congress of the United States taken together am obliged, justice to the other States, so of eases argued and determined in the Circuit s nbjecti from the otherdep.rtments, including"
to it '. Court of the United States for the First Cir- ill the branches.punned i*.our common..,achoob.'
qualify to render the
as theory of but little
of the
as an adjustment exciting questionsto cuit.' 3 voLi. 8vo. Practical Lectures will also be given on School.
which they relate and cherishing the ; practical value and indeed almost to ATLANTIC FIRM of EIKI..STETO S.is this day :, 'These volumes form s continuation to the series Tea iur..bo'b *}ft'science and as an art.'V ..

hope that if fairly executed, they will restore amount to a retractim of the admission. 1 -dissolved will cake by mutual c.onIen to M...All. persons of Gallison;Mason and Sumncr. They contain Pup3-t will not oa'y thus receive the failed inTseiiors -

to tbe country that harmony and confidence Such, however, seems.lo be the unavoidable mIlE. NEXT -. payment M.KElL' .. : rt the last opinion pronounced by Mr.Justice of relative to the but best and moat popular,
result of the JL Directors f 'V. Story;'who died while the last opinion.in te actings teaching, they will ales nmve *p*
which of late have been complicated of the WALTER.STEPHEN8.:
so unhappily relations S ? jwrtimities of exemplifying teem, by hearing-r- .
Company will be third volume undelivered. .
disturbed, the State of Virginia deems it States or the incompetency of The human neat' the Court.t"'J Jacksonville 09": The business Fla.,will March hereafter 13th, 185L. be conducted(20) WooDBisr (Cnas.yet L.) and Alrsor (George) iitatioa in the lower department' '' V the, SV InsUtn"on. -'.., "

unwise (in the present condition of the country mind to extract a consistent and harmonious aid Ci ty. at 12 the subscriber at the Store formerly Reports of eases argued and determined in tbe l V' .. J'' -,s<.
occupied 7tb.A DgftUiJt.ir MOVEXJT -
) to send delegates te the proposed Southern system of practical rights-out of such complex of May nut & Rfc_. *.Stephens'.i. M..KLEL., .j jNOTICE. Circuit Court 41 the United --UU lor'the First -sa which students who wish to take Eixavjunf there***lt ,
relations. A. G. Circuit.'y U.L'and H. ? ,.
Congress.-[Ayes 1 10, noes 3.-Messrs. I confess my own inability to B. A. "These Volumes contain the Dceistons- < of Hon.. course call have an opportunity ef doing M;wh3A

Harrison, Butt and Tomlin.] it. And the proclamation soems to be in GKO. R.: Levf Wo dbnry,*appointed to eaaceed ilr- Story. others whose object may be to'aequire .Hfiit "' .

3d. That Virginia earnestly and affectionately the same dilemma; for it admits the right to 12,1831.. 1HE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing as. Asaisiani JustteeTorthe First district." knowledge to translate with facility and to"pro-" 't-

appeals to her sister State of South secede in a palpable case but does not attempt : betweea SKIFF tc RYAN is this day die- VoL Ill'in press ._ '* ounce with tolerable also correctness in a*_' short y-* -
t ime for.
as possible are provided ,
Carolina to desist from any meditated seces- to define the case, nor to say who is to ed by mutual consent. .Their books"aDd ac IlawABifs bi'ptxaiE Corns RETORTS.-Howard Systematic instruction will be given iq Eloc-,. '
sp TEDThree have been turned over to Ryan k Hickman (Benjamin C.) Reports of cases argued sad -
whether it has *
tan upon her part, which cannot but tendto occurred. This right constant are alone authorized to collect the:accounts adjudged in the Supreme, Court of the Unitedc, by lectures an 1 otherwise;and frequent ezurises *
the destruction of the Union, and the loss indeed, seems reserved to the Federal Government br early G. F.,SKIFF I States. V 0' 4 5,6, 7. 8. $3 30 each in Declamation and in ; -mpesitiMi' ''

to all of the States of the benefits that spring vhich is a virtual retraction of the admission sonville., Florida. C. E RYAN; !, > These reports follow Peter's,and with those Reports be required of all the students connected with i V V
from it-[Ayes 1 I. noes 1-Mr. Harrison.] in a palpable case" ,and Dallas. Cranch; and Wheaton's, comprise Vs-. V
April 11, 1851. business heretofore conducted by'RYAM all the Decisions of the highest Court known
4th. That .
Virginia, the Constitution newark Academy.By
believing Surr, will be continued by Ryan & Hickman, t oonrLsw.'V
of the United States if faithfully administered forms REMEDT ro& HUD.1CIlE.-A friend in- SJO : having formed a partnership for tbat pur .. &roJty o THE Cossrrrrnos, comprising the a latere-organixatioa of t this department ef

provides adequate protection to the us that if persons who are subject to RAV A W tp C. E. RYAN. Constitutional History of the. United States., a Delaware lege,.the Board of Trustees.hq

rights of all the States of this Confederacy, sick headache will look'steadily for two or 20th J.HICKMAN. new addition in two vola. 8vo.' taken measures to place it upon a new and.improved ..

and still looking io that instrument for de or three minutes at a piece of green baize, } about 21 : 15,I1. (f.27)St, 'mar 10-ly possessed foundation by'few and similar to endow institutions'iathecountry. it with advantages -.V:

fence within the Union, warned by the experience green silk or other green material, when f feet;I0i self inches erect in : DEL.W.A.IlB COLLEGE. .. The Academy heretofore merged in.'

of the past, the dangers of the present they ieel the spell coming on,they can throw lars will be paid PUBLISHED AND US :PB.H8S -mE Faculty of.Instruction of this Institution; he College, and of course'subject to au ta* ..

and tbe hopes of the future, invokes all it entirely. He has tried it frequently; me, orplaced in nOW CUA&L.KS%, BOSTO9T.LITTLE" "&*JA1XES" ,..,under its present organization consists of e v-ilswhicb have been found to attend the &... ..

who live under it to adhere more strictly to and never knew it to fall.-Portland Adtcr'iser. him. the (followingnamedProfussorsUips wit:, tarnation of the two departments in &*-. 5
STATES and under the mIce' _
t' Ortiga STATUTES ATLAXOKVOI_ professorship of mental and mOl'Alscienee:! building goftramee& now
it. and to preserve inviolate the safeguards apr47 ) IX. Will be published on tbe lint of April A professorship of the greek and latin Jangua- enjoys the privilege of a separate establishment, -';:

which it affords to the rights of individual A "The Statutes at Large and Treaties of g* v ., without losing those which. :from. Uirelatiom.*. 1'
States and the interests of sectional minori CURIOSITY or ORTHOGRAPHY".-One of N United States ot America Volume IX," eom- A professorship of mathematics'and V .natural- to the College proper. "" "- : .. .
ties. the alms House Commissioners yesterday received g ali the legislation of the Congress of the philosophy. V A large and elegant ediSee,with all the-aeotV
Ayes noes none.] the following notifiicatioa: mIlE States from 1346 to 1851 inclusive; royal I 'A professorship of rhetoric,and belles-lettres. Nary bUlre50f lLeomplete boarding estabCsbnenV '
.lh. That all legislation or combinations, JL Court House about IISS pages. Price $3,50, in superior ,A professorship of chemistry and .natural his. has born erected and furnished in which tbe sta '
designed In any way to affect the institutions, I shod lick to sieb mien Tother in Black- Tille, on the first binding. ., tory V dents of the Academy board,'under the hnmjist* "

peculiar to tbe South deserves the most un- wold IslandSalem.This May next, several >iA volume is a eoatinuation of the Statutes A professorship of civil engineering.-.- charge Principal and his Arrifiia1t; small 4 i.
Francis R. : Large ia 3 roll br authority of its exercises are conducted on a system ef it*
{saliied reprobation, is derogatory to the is the interpretation thereof-names puNished ", A professorship of modern languages and drawing
Most of the io 18>& -- ;"- .: ; ewn.uniu tempted by the interest.or opei s t is**
rights of and peculiarly offensive to tbe omitted in both cases : business and ContpUtt Syf;piiccJ Index lo the United ; "The Collegiate year is'divided Into? two sessions of the other department. The furniture of tk* ,

Southern States and must i if persisted in,inevitably I should like to see mv mother in Black. be very desirable Statvta ctJ.4rJe1 Including those of the or terms of twenty-one weeks each. The.first study-roonu and.dormitorie* has been eaosi .
defeat the restoration of peacefuland well's Island As'Jum.-N. 1it ness or residence. Con,,'prepa.red under an order 'of the session commences on'the fourth Wednesday of with peculiar reference to com("and convenience
harmonious sentiments in these States. Corn. Adv.A CO: Terms and to be published. agreeably to a resolve : October;and the second on the fourth Wednesday for study; and no expense has been spared In providing -, .
that honorable oody. Royal S vo.' of ApriL.> Each,is foliowed'by.vacation of the apparatus necessary to render tb* .
[Ayes 118, noes none.] very fat man for the purpose of quizzing Apr.5,1851.- Index will refer, under copious titles,* to : fite weeks "- mean of instruction complete; giving Newark ''"l .
6th.,That the .Governor of this commonwealth Dr. of Ho"1 facilities for private study and eoafort- ,
Nuked him to per- law, and every joint and Senate and COURSE INSTRUCTION. Academy -'-table '
) requested to transmit a copy of F eribe for his complaint which, he declared V HEAD ) public or private which has been pa accommodation students, fully equal. |af .
these resolutions to the Executive of the State was sleeping with under the Federal Constitution,so i KEsniux CLA&.-1. Livy begunXenophon's those afforded by many of our eoOegea. :
his mouth open. J reader may see at a glance the whole Jaw.o: Ansba.sia;Algebra begun; History, begun. From its intimate relation to the College,''*&
of South Carolina, with the request that t ''Sir," wid the doctor, "your disease is ORDER. !single IDbJ_. f* V H.'Livy, finished Homer's Odiisey,begun Algebra I.dentsof tJe,Aeademy enjoy many.My.net .
they.he laid before her next Legislature, and I incurable. Your skin i ill so short that when H*.*. ) tjmbliilMdtJ)
that copies be also transmitted to the Executive you shut your eves your mouth "' L. Order, translated into English by Win I of each of the other States of this opens. of DnvaU having & ,LL.D. Advocate in Doctors Common 111..IIora.ce, begun; I1 nier's Odiasey-finished; !'tiichfalls more properly within the eollrge course
Miss TICKNER it's with ] bach jor General ,from the second London Edit'on, by Hon. Geometry,five books; History, finished. may be admitted.to recite'in any,of Ute.College
Union-tbe State of Vermont only accepted. dora as it is witb pJ of the Second Di 8. CvsHTxa, late one of the.Judges, in I Jus ton CLASS -1. Tacitus;,begun; .ThePro- classes. Students also of proper age and-&sen
[Agreed to without a count] wood..,. It is hard to rank and title Court of Common Pleas ; now Lecturer'on I metheu of Eachylos and Electra of Sophocles I lion, by recommendation of the Priacipal, and

[The votes given are those ol the House get them 'started, but ivhen they do flame. therefore- be and Parliamentary Law in Harvard Univer Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus; atITheulogy .permission of the Faculty, may enjoy the use.fIIt

of Delegates.] they burn most prodigiously. By order of ID 2 YOII. Royal 8vo. .- -, ..,. I ;Evidences of Christianity. ., the College Library without additional charge. t
Among-the'writers on the Roman Law.'whos r II. Logic: Mental Phfiosophy;The Alcestb of Admi on aJ IDA),be-had tothe EKtainchtber .

As IRISHMAN'S WILL.MIwill and bequeath are best known to English,and.American Euripides;Taei tua, Unished;:"Natural Philaaopfay; privileges of the College aa can ho
DEATH OP Prr.K. B. ATLOR.At Jacksonville, Mechanics .''" .. ,. academical '_ .
T beloved wife : ._ .. and which have exerted the, most influ I. begtii. : profitably enjoyed stodentar j
Bridget all '
a of the Wardens my my Jurisprudence,is,.DQUAT Vwhose 1H. Moral Viaosophy; liat ."Gorglas; The : The charge for Hoarding;washing, fuel."Ugh* \
meeting and Vestry property without rel'elTC and to my oldest 'ASTED upon, entitled our The Civil Law tn its Natural Or. Captive ofPla4tas; Afechanics :Hydrostatici, to-, with Tuition in English, Latin,and GZeSkE

of the Church of The Messiah, St. Marys, son Patrick, one half of the remainder, ; and For y y.such' woman, ,"- says Judge Story (Preface"oBanmeatl.) II Pneumatics, Meteorology.u is seventy dollars far the .Summer. Session;.-*o r 1een.'ya..twtho '

Georgia held on the 26th day of l March to DennIs my youngest,IOn the rest. If plication a to one a derin&the age and the'%!j'nmstaneU in &PBOXOaEI.llOQae;fioiahed Xenophon's Winter.Session. Tb only'' '
anything is left it it wa written;is a truly wonderful perfor- Memorabilia'Geoinetry/finuhedi Rhetoric extra*are one dollar per MII Incidental expeases *. -.
1851, on motion h was ordered, That William may go' to Terence- Mc- :Apr.S-tf. ; His method i* excellent;'and his matter i begun. 'V .' 5' -" -- ,and alee of eight dollars for JJodeasLab*" '-*
Carty, i iu sweet Ireland." and \ .'' V JL Cicero'de'Amieitla and deSeneotntc'IlsrO'dotos ; rnages, and a fee of five dollars for T> ..' ,''tIf
H. Clarke and Elias Griswold, Esqrs. In 'tire The, exact Abject of'the comprehensive.author in this learned pro* : ,begun 'Trigonometry;Spherical Tri' from those who enter these ebsse-' The seisisnt-. .

be appointed a committee to draft resolutions "Did you ever see Niagara',Falls ?? said .< .was to disembarrass those of the'!ci- i gonometry H helene, continued. ;. and Tacations of the-Preparatory Departauat; 4

a lady.p&88engef her friend. '""Vp loner JOSKFH. 'An> and pro visions of the Roman law:which are I HI. Cicero de Oflteiu; Uerodo&aa.lDi.thei; Surveying i* the V Kunea* tlKM .rth eon..l."
expressive of the cense of this body on ;.the met with them J vs general interest and application,from the tech :Analytical'Geometry, begun; Rhetoric, JJev.MATTHEWiUSlGS.A.Jti' -
veheard them :
highly *
of Delaware CoDer .
finished. President
death of Professor Richard B. Taylor, and 1 tpoken ofr r ,DOKCAS ); of the ystem, and,by presenting then CLAss.'PolItical; JThAndria ". ; \
SEMIOR: Philosophy NuwuI, 3d.
; April
natural and sotentifie method to render them -'V .. i.
a .
ol sympathy with his surviving relatives. .-." 4''' r appearing their attainment more use Terrenee The Clouds of Aridtopbanee; 1 ..
intelligible,and .5 .
A late Cork'paper-aays 'that '; that the Aoourtics Optics, EIeetric MagnetUm.; ', .
The "t e terrible the w(5rk was S ;
following resolutions and'agreeable; and, though paOsPrcTvs'ozTnn"y
I the limits
were. reported death beyond I V fl. Elements of Criticism; Butlers Analogy; .
by the tljat Mr/.MolIony met with. oa the. in the State.(. : :intended far and adapted the French Cicero'Tnsenlan Qaertions;Demosthenes de Corona S
committee and wz'sT-GAz'Ez1:
adopted ,
: railroad .
terminated fatally.'. : On,motionof ef tbe age, ills not less applicable Voltaic ..Electro- *
of law of which the Roman code Electricity or Galvanism; Devoted to Conjmeree Agrienlture, Utesare.e
Revived,.That this body.unite in a sincere CompUinant It | every system ,
; :ElectroDynamics
Magnetism Magneto-Electricity, V
in which is recognised-as and the General Interest of UM People-, ,
.r a part or it
and dant ,. \'
tribute .
sorrowful of : ,
respect to the memo ,1&aR1Efl., appear -of'writlenreason.Ilesides"-general Astronomy begun. TT' -V Independent of Party-: J ;.
'ory of Prof. Richard B. Taylor, ,whose .recent Arth re r"Mx.TnojtASPiiii: ,in- I ken Bill within confessed.three which the work thus possesse to the atten: Hi.:The 'Constitution of the United'States;. *"*" _; .K W -.
as : finished The Science of IIestTheroElectricityChesnistrysndGeology. .ft
death in our midst ham thrown a gloom l I Alachu count/;on I'M 2TU?March,by the .r.j (And His : of the American,lawyer Domat has a pecu. ;Astronomy, ; :nnilE undersigned f propoaes'te pobCvh..cnder jSs""SJL. .
over this and interest in*thoseof the "States.whose legal ; 7' .! the above title ," be4e".4' *f*&
community caused weakly
'sincere J.M.:,H *D&r,, Cot C.AlL MITCHEL l i order duly are' those -of PHILOSOPHAL ;APPARATt1S;. a newspaper.. V'.k .
derived in'part'from '
grief to who had become of the theputposesab9veapeiISd. -
to him from very many his amiable. attached I Deal*,F&i toMjaELIZALWjriN0r'; St, the space of storM or Rpainanare thus founded in the Ro- The College is provided 'with'.'.:.PhilosopiucalApparatus I !H.riD.hac1.many yeare.expeneaee *J an.EAVi.Agt
qualities as a man, M ryi, Os- MsrebV,1 law.' J ,that fqrnisbes ample means of experimental tIer; the nnderrigned only.wftnto.aUforsae*.-.."
as wen! as bin eminent abilities: as an'ajv resson.bsv.lsduced a belief on>'tie part iHustraUonin aU the different branches of editorial career M a purantee of what thepfttsy,,('; .
bit / ,""KBT". > the publishers that a modern addition of this Natural Philosophy. .The sum of three thousand' he now proposes to publish shall b*. & -. V, i" *).
Resoled That in conrtibnting his dirtinrnisbed 'Nsw.Yo I CUTIn t1- tedo mid be aceopteblo to,5Ih.pto- : dollars has recently been expended,partly in tbu I No aiiicie ef a personal er ofienalv eharaeter ",*' .
: ; AprqiO. ; nod hve led the aa to eDp&e ita a republi- country sod partly London and .' inthe I shan ever appear ia:the ciolnmns the Gasette "
talents 4."OTHU'.ADV.urcs
acquirements gratuitous ; tir COTTOX. jOr1, ; er the" EzyfJ ..' .. ticua.. ,or,. ,It..,b1..Dt. ,purchase ot-new apparatus adapted>to-theyrat -' The political parties of the day shaQ,be 'treated
17! as the Organist of ibis Church and io The rtewuihip Aruc4 from Li rerpool,whence t. 8.:; 'Seal ease. .1Marsb,1S51 : .. i advanced state of the "Physwal.Sciences with strict bnpartialityw .Ja o itahaUalwayB: .

improving the performances of the ,choir she Milsdoa' :the 28tJi "Marchnrrlred heN thitrenlng I V -,. : EUSTraT CflItP'3U : I i .;r ? t -',EXAXttNATlONS.J'M .'-. '. .' ,,+ be the aim of the Ed"tor;to render his paper a. '
M Boil.; JUDGE *
whilst residing here for bis health, we:recog. TlMCottavmArket tLirerpool at the -_. i< l 4qcE"6y'nu sfAWoFtt"mi3UNA thVciosf each stody.'ot branch.Jtndy; :4 DiJ1 .
Terms a-nn. p.w.-f. _
: psrunu*.
nize a and:elevated ,lover ;of his time of her 1 '''" $ |he memberdot theelase an* csrefullyzamined, 4
generous : 4frpsnan, bad ,advsnce4 tuUi, ; :i'Btcib U < TilJ'l8p0 r' the delsverJof the .rtnuaer.- -S j .4 .
jnofeuuon and of.the'Chqrcb and we .owe eighth on tbe)otthcjarevioM w. k.- Mid< J *2--,,'I :"haTe examined the KHwts e f and at the close of the year,in all the tnjie> of r.t s.1-4LBE1tTR4r..v.\'YD 'c ; : '
they ear,.1 theptelsnesef'CoTuD1tte* of the '
a a debt of gratitude to his 'which we : 'l1f. translation of th wart:$f'iZ51 LVee4Edlterns11rrl P
memorf dlinf Orion*7j; FJr'Orlwuu 7f( UpluaJGa admirable ; Trustees and their attaiimenU art V
\ take mournful pleasure in thus publicly! 7'; .Mb171 a "Eun1.. J"' : the.QvilJjaw, whfeh 704 'het.en3in, J.1.atW; : V ,
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testifying. ; ; V : :0-- : to sand tne. You' -will hJ'N44 v t. ..- I-t. ,V -r. : 5
moBn dto'4S,a'l>*iefof; vhlch.-p. ulato"I ,:.- ') : service t.Q the jsoerqflsw 5y{ w Ni*: ,z 'jtELtGIOt1S',a, lN vdii.." t" -" V iOtICt.; t5 S r .'.' .t_ -'; :
Resolved That these rwlutions' cem- look 15,000 sod .cxorUn 5900 ble TTn__ to i.-Tu Corm&.'thnglIab .MIL :re Uimonltand uenIng .t4 W.rnsNSW w' "". : :
nmnicated to the relatives and fri nd/of the wsrsZO,000 b lbiAnevtcS ", nt.fua..J SM.tbss eae nua-w -too large'and Deo1lftDie -, .-.1 ,d.ni xabip whel4 twice_...:. = Il, Jame CbJld.- .r'V'-11W" ;,_ ':.
deceased with-tbe expression Jour-ieep pints ud ccarst I: eidee mat at > I & 41k1&1i price prevented Ira I u4In tijti .. ....-.' Florida are-requested to mak' 'i in in aijMt'"tit+l&Xf '
JTlllJlatbylortheir : Stock BS1.090 ialM,otw o".4aan. -rr s. .. : i tnt1.. :counky,.The; 'P resepYpabkusio $ eCfofcX, "**ti ,.! ..tb.tsqesdafbil meat, sat all persona bariu.I5IPPV' .' .
berearement t44ye: 'tha atockwu' Z04,000 ksIs&:t.eIbleb e r ( foem,'U'It l- 01 ftlQatioa.oderaW. sarast c?g iJs.a stadeat is permitted M a*> state should prtat tbtMa -&Iii -, '. '

A true extract from the mjnates:. '; **"B,ware,Ameriou charged iq 14 ., Ithlnk4 5sbnotSll ta tst1ng7oL- kDd rJ'u onta1t which b1aisol4. !lbs ,1a'Che. 'WV f :
K.OtunKOM to eipiniJoaof. I jrsngatlon ttT.Mr. Stiab* bi.a.-e4"f psaestotIbs7acuhlIWatkn4;JqV .q_JDher.tGt .RRRiFcC11. .' :4. S.
,- > Setrdeay., n. Cotton a4tcloiedkmi with ioc I, Prderi.J rmrf a 1 in tneman correct, buUImprO4k.' M *OhT4J11Le 4ikeu&ot ta .., "iir' H -,
.old r laId,. l which" Iwm io Goo published*ome : I the revision of the editor;Judge' Cushlag.i w .{rb lJ L-"t_" ",,_<. _f'p-1h 1i' .
/ lady of_Tferaadfteedfe street being. :-r. tJ'f : .
5 J'C1kacunju.-fr *,ssrsbingToreaohnUes'of-the-apparently 4 .ita' .JIO .. "- -
a loss for a iseathkxi, made one of an < Ct.rsa4aiedit1 thetlin.. selev : quejUonmariains out,f'th.varlaarr latian f tecu-. r."rZ.&f.- .t ,-7t 'if S ...' .."I'' :1- '.:"i'f'.t,- .
IUOI1. On the ioHo iog morning die found tie'market. : to jo'n. : '; :1! ff"J.t JMT advanee in eivillsatton 1s ereatiar.fa4 ,;."Q.o hte.on.":.. lArir : ; l.&ilc ; ; ;' < '";

. tft tile ReedlM*a4 tears in.their H Thart wsi a good boainew dob{. J: .. GA. judging of thekr tetorms of the law which are r/Smi/Sr..in reside iq'tb, Cotlege La1lcWaP aDd VV'V. W.J&. T... !*D. 4'LTi4bl., V ,:. .

'% _: ii ,, ', '' .eye).t( .trl ,, *4'4: ..2"1 progr. M indifferent f&rl'C of-thelTalt. d States/[. will board at a common table, with the stttdeoU, ii&-r+ ; 5' : V. -< : ,

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is "Vm.IIKD XYZ&'f'l1lUUDAT.A' .. 'W' <1aW D T"
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'I '6Mk. ? ..Dvml. CemMty* ,K.F..,t>'r I ,,. ,ti--. ,:..... ";- -' 1,f I. (his:method1; to..Inform his frltnds'ani inYiiDii. d : i'l *.smblie that.they have, greatJ.1Derea' aLL ;
''I '.COLUMBUSDaE!/. : .Em' Ai_ 'J.U the pnbUe generally that he has commenced '' 1\1': U ,LIAwIL ': sUsr,embracing besides a great variety,ototheri&t2 t/-'- ; > Stjfcj&mjmxf

,I 4 ( anna, business-JaeUmTD1e.East Florida;'and''-soli. res meber trf .' y...leaml"sa"aotith .* *generally"of the following character&( >* r 2mk& ." *-'P"'t..J

;1 ; :,-n.. Thrwfpon ;t Dw'0 f'Am cite patronage lng recently visited New York 'Thursday the 27tfe kst| *ssd. 3'kav :Palatka ri *h>n<:iAgricnltural and-.bgrtICl11turalsm. : A .,,. .i :. r
ordering the Paper, T iud togive his prompt attention_to ar .Baltimore .aDd.,'!&-at on Saturday, and Jaslmaville on Satarda wa- P iU of every varietyjef the most recent *.n&if'ove4dt3crlptlon 1 -'&' it/l

L u Subscriptions,u not paid before the expiration ren &:and JU claims before Congress 1ade5h1i'complete arrangements" hne been ingthereaft.r,eonticuu>i to, lean,tosplaif 9yeryweek. materials; five for-tannersreurri hundred plow of.Yer1'rsand : .4: 'a! be ,,. .
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? successful prosecution of. all hinds *', ; ; :
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.fth.7eRchrged4., ., |V -or any % 'Den&-' ; of business in which our'Southern Planter* are .'For freight or ,having. superior- aeesa* cctt"I'ft.3onf'Iron foundersCmbrsclnj every article 4 s. t '' ..'

'; : .. \AdrertlsemenU_will be inserted at.th.following Claims arising' front[the t I nteresUd. Goods of every:description'wiU .be modations, apply passage 0.board.or to the Agentas{ 'I1 ,;rn' their line;including all" ., eceaaarr' ,tools- ",, 11":.:

ffateftvt"One Dollar fvt,rsqnas (twelve lines) for or Mexican wars; IYac RevolutionaryHalfpar procured at/short"notice. : 'soil supplied-at very 'F FERNANDEZ. B1SBEE, It CO.,-. & alcxz.i.aitzous.-RoIIer>.t aannfaetarers prIces and 'common"gins. ;: : t.
nol'rrs.l. S :
Naval "ALL : .j -S .
: : j.Jaekeoavine.'GEO. :
Widows' Army :
i # the Ant and Seventy-Five. CenU for-.eq sVbseiqaent or f ; PRODUCE'of every klnci.m be received on COOLEYi'PiebUls; Uek tstvvs, store and.cotton\.tracks/wheel>arrs : -:3: .; .

insertionV To yearly.Advertiaers a KBeraldisecrat But,Land of .Scrip, under law 'o Peb.Jl! ule or'shipment upon which libtral advances will R.' R.>REID& Oot'FaJatbl ,road scrapers,'hydraulic. rams,force.pumps! I :

will bo made. AH transient AdusrUae ;or August,10,1343; Arrearages ,Pay and .Arrangements,made'for Shipping. Tint' A. COY, Black Creek.- -. t&te&t chains to facilitate the drawing water; .'itf
I east
Lien of \ .. Getjrria and French burr mOlstones;eakine
Volunteers for every ulity -- in *K 5- ;
due returning .Feb.- -
snenU(ei eptbpenoa..IfcTtag a running account ; .C" .BOOKS,PAPER&STATIONERY of eveiy- 27.- 0 '. ..... bsw;-teren' aDd raw for tanners plantation .IAn 11:1

; with the office) must be paid for previous, publlatloR. Horses lost and other:Property destroyed J E variety will be kept on hand, or supplied on short. .NEWtDRY'GOOi STOlt& 1 Mills; com and smut,millsj:screws, mill how '
penses Incurred by.Volunteers,before hbrr notice.' - bolting cloths,picks,reeds shuttles and general ,:S .rOWNSEND'SA'FH
'. Bonk I for cotton and woollen manufactories''* .
and r.ceivedInloaeryios Through arrangements Publishers LII finding 1
'Persons' 'distance eon govern their remit:1' tered Teamsters''claims j Waoo flatter myself that country dealers can be suppliedwith o* :.W.:;', AR TON _MILL--MACHEisaTV TOOLS lu>.-Having the '.".dsirs h nil "t at..u'',' ""'

lanecs for advertising,by the following rates i" ten and. J .ae'; aon', SCHOOL BOOKS on.better terms than they AS received from the-North,''snd now agency for various atd extensive mannfeetories jig Can.( tbe Wkoltnl Dnolm. lav Iki*CIa,/ k*.

.. Oat'square (twelve lines) published.T months &e&c:, : can have their orders filled in New-V ork."- offers for Sale in the building formerly occupied we shall be'prepared at all times to furnish everyspecies .w.lip" See fey t.I line" 'll YDlk.w.

fcr i :._ i.iocx- 'Having all the for necessary for a It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may.favor as the Post Office, a new and handsome as* of machinery on the shortest notice.,.. p.t.'M.al""J. a tit'.t Iiibh al'5'Ig .5.
: t : prop''ptlo1. me with-thel patronage, both as regards price sortment iFancy;and Staple Dry Goods- which'he The highest market. prices paid at all times for 'I....<..Jllju...11.10..1.'Dr.Jsi.b. 'We,.
1; :.. Two squares for six mon"uIS' wit'Ue" r and t offers at very.low prices for Cash; "and respectfully wool sheepskins, and hides.All produce of the pattlac Ue.,.U.B.thai..1M*b.!..OUilr...

'.. KJUees to debtors and creditors, .<. 7WAnUeation *"governing .the Departments : quslity.AGENCIES., .. invites tbe citizens .Jacksonville ana the State received and sold for the usual commission. .4 1.,.rn.U a at4Je1a. 0.of.,.

j .- ., for letters administration on, 6 00 ,he I prepared t undertake in claims, of .The,.agencies of- :several important.-PATEST vicinity to call elsewhere.Also and examine his Goods".previous- to. '_:' S. H.aHOYT. &;CQ., '..4o l!.. tk.t It m,Tft M n4,wkito 3. ...au.

Ir what kind soever that mat the servicesofan MKDICCIKS have obtained which to purchasing : No.I7iBaysteetSaVa1ZflO Ga. u4 billS the kvttlM se generalLy.list it *u)aytklgMI&4fl. vmkr
Notice of Application for dismissal ai AI' rqu' b/ien among 8-4 and 44 Venetian Stair Carpeting from 15,to "
i" at this place 5- .REFERIKCRS,-Messrs. Padelford Fay tt. Co.; \ --5-- \ J
trator.$1000 AgDC' 25 cent .., u ktepiaf Us rtUts Mai '
-Voranneancementofcandidatcsfor office, 600 pac attnion given to the proper*' tt :NJ"t M Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do.:from.45 to iwift, De..low;&.w blter. .oct U-tl _. -

No announcement will BrVade' unless the same. mnhf Qaterr'aout.". *- 62 1.2 cents. 5- Atlanta (da.).Femal* .Seminary.E THECARD.ro :
I' the CANAN S.- 4-4 Super Rag do.: 37 1-2 cents. w.ths V."nlp' cit9 fXt', i
: Ve oompWe41rit.h the amount charged.Editorial ., ,Chsrgesmoderate, sndregulatedby &Ot ,-.. Men's heavy Kip Boots and Brogans. exercises of this new'sehoo commenced .-.ir t.iaytaIlisIplsgaCsrd. ikat.. |s4 tell I.".

notices for private benefitwill: be eme and the extent' of services required. Women's,Girls,and Boys, Bootees.. :.. on the first Monday July but, under the P.'.....'. BaraapMiUa,wa 414 aat Intend la HBMBI

: ;',:' double the rate of advertising.'Religions to,,Insure. insertion, must Men's Black Silk Hats from $2 to 8.Mens charge of &. R. Kellam;principal in the literary .plalon '1"fern.*$4 all.*4laalaal'.'wkkb*.>

.'.1':! f barged ,Obituary. and Marriage' notices will be postpaid. 1: .. < dec 4. 'VER k'UGiAUAi( : Silk and and Gingham Boys glared Umbrellas.Caps. and hu department accomplished, with lady assistants,in the mnsio of high and qualifications ornamental the,.riU.prqustls.sy bn.. kaowa as rs wOW l I.Dr.'Jaat basb kIa4g.SCIIIEYflLIN '._... .. .,.

. Lu'b1iib.d s. Carpet Bags.- ,: The Institution will be divided into
ft i : C.un4oat1ounuuitbsportpad..i Osa'r':Han 0 -: N ,. i Ladies elegant'New Style ,White and' colored S four classes fourth,third, junior, and senior. Apreparatory ,n01'HEJLllJ'co..lot. sad IN,Ma'If.at Y.
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._:., ,. A W Son Bonnets Ladies colored Straw Bonnet and dep&rtmeutwU be i.to Rt'SIITONCLARL..CO lla.k m IrMJwtrkMNORTON
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. ; : REMEDY'W qMS Winter.Hooda. Also T rVr school, and conducted under the snpervision.of .AItor
_- o.' Ofc over the Urge store of Messrs. Holmes tt, S Canton Crape and!Cashmere Scarfs;'Shawls, principal. The school has been furnished with abe : f ..,_
:PHiLIP FRAZER', CQ. opposite the Masonic Lodge, on Bay it., Ribbons. Inserting and Edging, together with an and weU selected apparatus globes,astronomIcal .. '

.i k COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WILL practice;)in':the//several:coDt.le of tbiEuternClrcuitofFlorldz. unquestionably the beat WORM JiEDICJD la DIe.; assortment of Hosiery, Gloves Ginghams Chint- ,geographical, phonographteal, sound charts, ,KEE8E ft CO,W Maltha'Lam' ,' 4-
:: -. ::; ATTORNEY*"' and the it is a positive remedy,and can,Always be depended see; Mousline,Der Lames Cashmeres Shirting" maps,&c., on a large scale,to be seen and read DATID T.. &iAN,69 Water Street .
' : ..jAcrsoNViLLB ILL.i .,-. : t on and is perfectly 0,in 1" operation. Sheeting,Osnabnrgs and Tweed Cassimeres.also, distinctly from any part of the room. A good library HAYDOCK,CORUES ft CLAY,21$Pearl Dtrert.O8OOOD ..

=,! T. W0l attend to any professional bnsiness entrusted collection of elalmiagainst the United States for ALsO a variety of Small wares White end Colored Shirts, of:choice books also belongs'to' the. school JENNINGS,188 Fearl Strut, 4
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: ;i' In UN Courts of the tem Circuit Military: services, and for Horses lost; or,other DARLEY'S, AiElABlA'HAVE REMEDY Black and Colored Silk Cravats, &e. &e. for the use of the pupils. MINOR ft CO.SU fulton 8treeJ. ,> ; .4
,i : ed U him lost by said service. An article of great merit ad which no one who., Jacksonville,. Nov. 28th 1850. .tfIn ,The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions .sJ..TRIIZa0kP2MMd.Laa.; .I.
". Court at Tallahassee., ,He,has property or dNe weeks each there will be at least
.4. Supreme, tp owns a Horse should be without. of twenty ; RUST BOUOHTON,81 Job Sired .
tfrr each an.advantageous:connection with an Also,claims soldiers,or the Circuit Court the State of Florida one publio examination each session rfnd a quar-
k" pi Dr. Chrlstie'e Galvanfe Belt, Bracelets, for OREENLEAF ft XINSIXT 44 CorOudt It.. 4
of soldiers. each
the o deceased be sent to parent'or guardian -
Alt at Washington city, as will ensure wdld NcekUce ana Fluid in. and the Southern terly reXl1wi11 TOWNSEND ft CO XK Fail 5t.'
4 Lawyer. ., .. for bounty land to officers and sol 'Jjagnetle. .. for Circuit. giving a full and fair statement of the standing WALTER 4
; t I ft prompt.and'speedy collection of.such claims u Ao. For the Removal and Permanent Cvrt of all : For Monroe County. ,deportment and expenses of the pupiL OLCOTT WKESSON ft CO,137 MatdeSi Laae, .
di the widows and of deceased of
be1 ;in his hands gainst the United n. Ntnwui Dtttatn, JOSEPH Eo TBIPFEUaMsldenLau4
placed [ class
v' saay BILL Ef CHANCERY FOR DIVORCE. RATES brrTuiTios.-Preparatory per
, States. Gcr and soldiers. And of those Complaints which are caused by session $8; fourth and third-classes 15;junior POU ft P PALANCA M John St. 4.
Edward F. Griffin
Sep 1.1849-ly. Alser.'will give his attention t cDT1Dcg. an impaired,weakened,- or unhealthy condition of .vs., Complainant and senior classes 20; music piano forte 20; gui- S MONTAGUE .RD ft CO,MsMta taoe. :.
t .
.. to;examing titles and records, the NERVOUS. SYSTEM. Patience S..Griffin.r tar, 15;ornamental branches 10; vocal music, 2; THOMAS ft MAXWELL,,;M Wffliam It .

f 1 lands. library and incidental expenses,per quarter X.No IACK8ON.ROBINS ft CO.IU Wat. SU ..;.
This beautiful and convenient application the satisfaction
SANDBRSOH t appearing to the of the Court by received for a less time than one session
J. P. c1i pupil
,I business entrusted to him will meet withprompt mysterious powers GALVANISM and MAGNETISM its records that said Bill has been fil-xJ, and and deduction made unless for protracted : GRAHAM ft CO,10 Old Slip .. -.

. ?d : .Jtrol1t:1f. LiD COUNSELLOR,AT LAW, attention; and all instruments of writingwill ,has beenjmmonnced by distinguished by due proof that the said Patience Griffin resides sickness., MARSH ft NORTHROP 69 FIaT .

removed his office from Columbia physicians both in Europe and the United States, out of this State. It Ordered, That a hearing their and-former success, they f RERWOOD ft COFFIK,64 Peed St1NGERSOLL :.
. t 1 HAVING to Jacksonville Dural County be executed by- 'him with Deates and. des to be the most valuable medicinal discovery of theAge. on said Bill be had at the next Term of this Circuit feel From confident experience rendering foil satisfaction.Their ft .230 uri St *,"- \4 .

. & informs his,friends that he will'eon* -. : Provided That this Order be published facilities for imparting instruction are rarelyequalled. B. A FAHNE8TOCK ft CO,49 John St .
;4 respectfully .Jan.25, 1851. OR. WII.COX8 some public newspaper in-this State for the term The advantages of the location need IB MBBMtin with tkit .e (!*.M czmrt rf a Car. -
: ,: tione lie practice of his profession, as formerly. Ja t Compound Extract of Sarsaparllla/ of four months before the first day of the said next not be mentioned. Access to the place unequalled Uik4k7Bll lbs pvi.p4'r111 iUffMltk < ._.(

' He_ will attend at each And every Term of Origind of. 'Totensencft. Term of said'Court. and health undoubted. Board can be had in the tka tte UntMt ....." kmH' U Ik* ,C.iw4 .SIMM.VtulJ .
;. JAMES M. BAKER. JOS.'B..LANCASTER. PbjdeiM*II"& ,totUB**; !. IB tluCu4
the several Counties of reasonable terms. For information twnty
Court in best families on any -
l ', the Circuit I I. IS NOW WELL'KNOWN. BY MANY; Judge Southern Circuit State of. Florida. wanted address the Atlanta; .lIert ar.B* t*..pUi..i IB Olt ..,... OI4 .:JwM
: the, Eastern .Judicial Circuit, the County of ATTORNEY AT LAW AND easily proved by us,thatTOWNSEND principal '
: .' OssiAti B. HART, octZWrn T.wBN d8art j> riIU 1* nu Swf Mins. 14 fttU
...; q : Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme Alligator, Cuba Co.:, East Florida. '. Solicitor for. Complainant. Ga. py.f.tsb1a Ia .u .. ti."loi te 3. r.'f. .. '.,

. Court at Tallahassee aod the U. S. Court at St. : did obtain from DR.; WILCOX' receipt for Dec. 19.'1850 4m Columbia County Sheriff's Sale. BaI ? -- L
t 't. Augustine. All bnsiness entrusted to his care M. WHIT 'SMITHS.M. 'BRIEZ manufacturing the ozlginal. -. CARD TO THEPUBLIC.: >.
attention.Address WILCOX COMPOUND, DISSOLUTION FORMATION OF virtue of a writ of fi. fa., issued from the .
; rill.receive prompt ,ATTORRETS AT LAW, and that he did after the character and reputation COPARTNERSHIP. BY Circuit Court of Columbia county, wherein w.; tb* U.cI.np..nr.i: i. sa4T.irk. "...

;t :J. P. SAXDERSOIT, JacktontfiHt. Alligator Columbia Co. 'East Florida. was established being the most Joseph B. Watts is the Plaintiff, and Wm. Cawrn Brooklyn ast WiUiaaabr& rcot saflsd Bn M MMtk
I Dwxil County, Honda.Jaeksonvffle ',. EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE THE Copartnership' heretofore existing under is the Defendant I shall expose to sale to the highest -' '.ar pqeuod,....r .ml MwiU .C Ik* Iw.1.._

,Jan. IT, 1860. if M.WHrrSBrrra; I M; O'BIUU; in the world, for the following diseases such rm of Cure ton, Titus 'Harris' is bidder before the Court House'door in the S*r,.pMUl v ,Of tk.Uimi pt Ttm4k7.U* ,to' .

_un. Office at Alligator. I| Office at Newnansville, as_Scrofula, Consumption! King's Evil,.Salt his day di.101Yldl.T CURETON.TITUS mutual consent.& HARRIS Town of Alligator, in Columbia'county,'on the .riz>* l 8 r..p rilU w.bays ..$bial"4*.M4t havs.. .

tlt'' Jf,4tfzEN McIHTOBH, S .Rheum, erysipelas, Scald Head, lightness Jacksonyffle,1)cc.:20th;ISoO.' 5 First Monday of.'May next,' the following property .,\. ,l.t nat:" ftitWMB I.... 'Bit TC Ml MM
BOARD I SO. of the Chest Dyspepsia, Palpitation -. ,to wit-Levied upon as the.property ot, said we wgbt t.gin tin TMMB.fcr we"fnfrt to mm U MO OU
1f r ATTORNEY AT LAW of the Heart,and all Defendant, to satisfy *aid fi. fa. t Dr. JM.*T.w.M..'. .*, (.Hr. S,.F.T.
Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single Nervous Affections General Debility Fluor Al- The bnsiness hitherto conducted by the above- ad hay.the p.Ui.t*Joc vhrthw' an ,.nrtIM
WILL the Circuit Courts In the Eastern Lot Number 6 Section twenty-five,(25J -
: attend [ ] -
t 'be.found named firm will. be henceforward conducted by ..- {.
persons or families can at n. FLOTAED'S bus or Whites Rheumatism, Syphili!. Liver- rwUdl.r sad sot U W tr t by M (-
Circuit the United States District,Court at St. Cancerous Humors Mecnrial Diseases and under the firm in Township six, [6] south of Range fifteen [15] L.Or tipmricBM....b.uyaUos fcOU .sailitsi c.hat us
J -the old JacksonviDe hotel, (which has Complaints, ofCURETON East.containing eithty- [801 acres; Also, Lot '
& TITUS. .
Augustine the Supreme Court Tallahassee; & &e., Dr.'. hn.ui1Ja..newej m.n BiWiMl t* w.
; been thoroughly repaired and renovated) 0. Jacksonville Dee. 20th 1850. number five, [5]of Fractiona -ction twenty-five, .
9Ppolite tf"
._..sd UIe testlacoy of iii pillsw.14.snt.b.A..a.s4walwspSSaSiISa1
and prosecute Claims for citizens,In' any part of For some purpose, and no doubt In order to (25] containing onebundred and fifty-five ((1551 two than SP. T.
iF *! the Republican office, Bay street Jacksonville make it for the be
( genuine cannot made
I cheap
Lot number three 3 of Fractional
I the Government at JLEL' acres And [ ]
Florida ;
against YALU FOR.SALE.npHE .. anklet .
East Florida. Oct. 21-3zn without great expense)pollute it with minerals,1 twenty-seven, [27] containing e'gbty (801 f.uci..eo sad .ti. tw -ri8C.

'4-. p either before Congress or at the Departments. such as Corrosive. Sublimate-, Snlpher Salts, UNDERSIGNED offers for sale a valnM. acres Section; Also, Lot number four; [4] of FractionalSection .. sal p1Irpor I.".111. sal dississi an Ia.artft,

:r, \. ftj-ADDRESS, JacktonriUe, Last Honda. Saltpetre,&o. &0. able tract of land on Lake Jessnp, on the [27]containing eighty [80] t* Mil Slat whisk-wi siasiOr lbs \at. r"- fad tW 1.7
. :lfay2,1850 tf SULLIVAN. Now in consequence of the abofe abuses, Dr. St. John River consisting of 8,000 seres. -Two acres ; Also lot number seven, [7] of Fractional ?.".... lanapariUa Iss PSS3Tm&ISfIraS5ISI.54
!" IT*. \Vlilta1cer, near fiaT Street, WILCOX has concluded to give his whole time thousand are first;rate hammock land'equal to Section twenty-seven(27]containing one hundred .sp144" the fettle U.bj gi* .& frt *sMfatUH-

: i1. SA.V AN. 'AH GA., and talents to the manufacturing of any in Florida, beautifully situated on the Lake, and six [1061 acres; Also, Lot number three, (3] sir eiiUBtrKbii UBBne ns IB cur ynfcm of tk* OW
; qW- J. McUoliert Baker, HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and in Fractional Section thirty-six [36] containing 'Dr.".'r.'Ara.B, !Tb m Mk4 ky...* .uw..ra fn i.eoplai.nswbA
\VHOLR3ALK AMD RETAIL in its state of that cotton. The position of this Urge body of fertile ..hll..,'' *in**iUa-U W Ukut
J{ ATTORNEY COUSELLORA'I'UJV. primeval vegetable purity so fifty [50] acres; 'Abo, Lot number six, [6] of
; -s sTIN'WARE: MANUFACTORY, the afflicted of all classes may have a' healing land on the banks of our peat navigable river Fractional Section thirty-six,[36] containing fifty ,v.,n..td hiS.. at.t*U fi 1.1. M* pTskt5iC Is OU

, l' -.. I:, JACTBOHTILLE E. FLA.Wai DRALKR HI balm for all of the above complaints. And from adds greatly to its intrinsic value and makes it nine acres; Also, Lot number one, [I] in Fractional Dr.Jacob T.w..... Wits Ht 1.-wp vs).sIu5IM..

.. in the Courts of the Eastern his knowledge the last ten years of the wonderful a desirable object for one or.more large sugar or Sectio' hirt1..iz. [36] containing eighty 113 to '.lcI.I(vs art at J..... la.(iiiac lbs O1t5t.prspsrsti.e -"
:, practice Japanned Brltanla, Planished Ware, of his he cotton plantations. that prtfmaca whick is a *M .&s.SSYSSI. a
healing propensities compound, S (80]acres; ABb, Lot:Dumber two, [2]in Fractional .
. i' .- Circuit, fo Hamilton county of,the Middle Cir ae. ae. hesitates not to say to yon that he warrants a The subscriber also offers for sale 12,000 acres Section thirty-six, (36j.containing eighty ..cli..tonpaBBd.w irsU a*tk*- akaU,*af UIe.to., aaTmaUr .
.,J ', fuitfin Benton and HiDsboTOifgh counties of the ALL kinds of Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of cure of ANT and ALL of the above disorders, if on Lake Monroe, on the St.,John's river well [ ] acres; '.Also. Lots numbers one,five and six, aaai&iMd,ia itf faror.PMllp .

:i r.1! Jtaahera Circuit in the Supreme Court at Talkhassee : ; most approved patterns, for (families persevered in according to the direction Don't adapted to the Turpentine or Lumber bnsiness. [I, o,&6]Fractional-Section twenty-three,[231 -"k.rki'a.. D.:363 Cra*4 ft GAn.,.B LY.-
hotels and and all other Stoves for that have tried Sartaparillas and hare The above tracts will be sold on liberal terms., 5
'. United States District Court ships; parlor say yon containing together three hundred and four [304] C. G. W si.ss.5Oflr..as.M. D."p. J?'.
: 5 : .. : ,and In the hall or public places. Stove Pipe and every daeription not been bonefitted, so yon won't try JOSEPHFINEGAN, acres; Also,Lots numbers one, four,five and six, 9.A. N..II.D. I1J Chen, .
; J;' ; fer the Northern ,District of Florida; and. willproieenU of'Sheet Iron Work made at notice_ DR WILCOICS; J&D 16.-3m .. Jacksonville, Fla.JacksonTille [1,4,6 &6] in Fractional Section thirteen 13j K.H"D R.. Pso..MD.5O.i.wicbC.rBUT5W.WyBaaa, K. D.<.I..aia> toW. .t
-,1. ; : ', & against the Unite/k States before Force and Lift Pumps Beer Pomp, Lead Pipe, For there has been many of the'name got upon containing together four hundred and three and D.D. B.lh..K.D.lI1\A..C 'Is
: .' Tin Plate Sheet Iron,Wire.Galvanized Iron,&c. the of this article, and we tell and Alligator twenty-fire-hundredtha (403 25-100) acres, all in A. R. Cat*. ). D. _r. Bi la tB ft CbY7dlCJ.bs *H
the at Washington. reputation you '
and Departments .
Congress Ware Hut. .M. Dx U4 StB At. .
CASH of Tin be .-.t.. .
; purchasers can suppliedat the3ARSAPARILLA six South and fifteen t-'o. t' ;. _
confldentlythat PLANK NOTICE Township (6) Range (15) C. 5. BaUiair..D.89 9 th A .
. Ij ; Being located at Jacksonville far lift he' will prices as low as they can buy In New York or ROAD '., ; East.- Property pointed out by the Plaintiff. DtGs.. N'..'. If.D I Caaal.--i, .. '.. S. '.''.
-.-. .. 'give liis entire and unremitting attention to his elsewHere. ,Orders from Florida, South Carolina. A. J. T. WRIGHT Dr.P.JHI.t.DBno'..PanytkDr. ..
'r and the interior;are solicited. is,though excellent 'in-.its qualities,'one of the BOOKS SUBSCRIPTION to the dOit. Pruoia, M: D. RiTragtaa < > ";c- ., aa:
to his Sheriff Columbia 4.
profession,and all bnsiness entrusted care most inferior ingredients of this, we not TIE LL.D.GrsdT.LM.D.3EKXo'aS .'.
1 may trnlj* ',
; Aug. 2 1850. tf pitalstock of the Jacksonville and Alligator Alligator Feb. %, 1851. td B. P.-Pridham. ). D. cr.Stk I"
"j _. hall meet with prompt attention. gay Wonder.Working Compound f Plank Road Company will be opened at J.W.TroBtmaa.M.D.9 8taata -... 4.
r Now friends.-these assertions are true to the I.N.O"chl.L..D. 20*Caul 4.
: Jacksonville 29,1850. tf.J. the store of ofFernandes Bisbeefc Co.. in Jacksonville '
J ;1 : August FASHIONABLE TAILORING. ,: letter; but we say them not to injure any one, but and at the store os S.L Niblack& Co., Jacks oville'IIotel.. J.B.L.Withncll.P.ao.t.D.).D. 62 C9 OU Caaal*r v, 4.a-, { t'4..'
become ,
because have to the benefit of nnHE Subscriber having the ..
we a right truth, purchaser J.J
at Alligator, on Saturday the first of March : CharU P. P :.in Chambers : -
:r t t A.Card.1rrciDino and it is also true that if yon will call on us, we next,and will be continued until the whole JaL1 and sole Proprietor of this well-'known BmrrTritaaiw,17 Wluiehail "-'.I..- ..".
'f nnhe Subscriber would open HOTEL informs the A.. D..id t ) ]oar.
: respectfully inform will give you names and residences people who stock respectfully public generally *
. : to leave the State 11siti transferred is taken.- .. r.6Cra:4.! .
f JL the citisens of Jacksonville C.A. "
and its vicinity have been cured of diseases which has astonishednot In behalf ft the Commissioners that he has added to the former house twentyoddmore RtBkn L I".&K Uraai S 45
1\\ .-$ tay professional bniinen to J.McUourn Bmp, that he has taken the rooms formerly occupiedby only themselves but their physicians,and also S. D. comfortable rooms, with'onr five'hundred J.B.W.15t.A....' '.: ." 4.5..

ti .k : Esq.,Attorney at Law Jacksonville E. F In- Cot. Sanderson as a law office, where be Intends names of somt of our best physicians, who are Jan.S '30. 1851.-tf FERNANDEZ Commissioner. feet front, with piaszas in front and rear making C.Kiln Maria.L. Ceo 2$*.Cherry 199 6.h Aieaaa '. 1 '_i. S

': ,. '. eluding all such matters as were entrusted to my carrying on the above business. which using/recommending, and selling large quantities iV.as.comfortable any Hotel- in tbe. South; B..i Dma SSprns t; -.. : 5'. ,leS
he will endeavor io merit a share of the publiepatronage. of Dr. WQcoz's Compound. Be very careful which now will enable bun to accommodate Over J..pll *iR(*' 1I.h.C . T--
: L are by Gen James A. Peden, of which all interested He will keep constantly on band a to get'that with the name of "1. M WIL- Jacksonville'Male Institute. one hundred and fifty persons. His table will be Alter W. Go..,.:li.B.lOB'-e.r.'.ArtBB. J>* ". -45.
:a. 4 "- will please tike notice. ;. choice ansortmnt of fine French Broad (Cloths eox" on the outside label! or yon may be InJured under the superintendence of an'experienced AI.s.Al&d P.JI.nIa.Boys.i9Oiiest.r l T&riek **1'.. n.. rIy-.- > ,.',. 4'*.

-. Mr.Baker's business" reputation r diligence Cassimeres Vestings Trimmings, &e., which rather than benefitted. REV. I. SWART A. M., PRINCIPAL. house-keeper of the North, by whose aid he flatters SMBtiel Taylor.2C7 Bt_kt ..- 4-' : *.*'
t tt will be made to order. on,the most reasonable If yon wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox Is, we himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotelin D.D.T.U...6U n..B S''"j."". .S '. ..'
established to JhBB GrMa.IM ChtmWr
: and attention an suflcientlywell terms. JOHN HENRY. have the privilege referring to the first.men of the South,bciag now enabled, by.the constant' usd11. aollbi... rrleor..Cr *. <
.j ; .-* ".. .ensure promptness tb all matters in his dL- ..Jacksonville, Oct. 8d, 1850. tf the community." Principal Office -" Rates, of .Tuition.. steam communication with Savannah and Charleston H. P rkr. If. D. Myrtl ... er. CmrrU *'. *, 'Srttllln"

:i '.. This,transfer is a sufficient manifestation of my 173 BROADWAY NEW-YORK Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic to have the advantage of the fine markets of .W.81a1ah.I.D.43J.1 C.D. Ayi., A..Uo cor. Il.*ry. '.. 4.-.
.' .eanejiniiaproicaioua1abilitysndintegrity. ,_ T. VAHCK'S And corner Green and Beaver sts. Albany and 'and Penmanship per quarter .4 00 those cities. In.addition, he has made arrangements S. P. LM4. Coark 55?. Atlaali- ,', e Et.. ; .
.4 J.! SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GI8S. sold by Druggists and Country Merchants all Geography, Grammar. History, Composi- ,in connection with.the Hotel at'-all timesto A. Hotehkin. Jr. 7 I'aUa .w '.. ..I.-.kJ. ,"
1 v'CHARLES'P.; COOPER, Elocution Book furnish fine horses and for the C. X-WrIght. rahua. e. SaekatfJ
over the country : sition an Keeping! 5 00 carriages accom- :Uajwo, 137 COaTS -S 45' .
. I it' > at.Lav. -, Higher branches of an English Mathematical modation of his guests. J. Pra*.tu S3 Hjrtl A.... .- .,.
Aiig.9,185O.'. Attorney- nnho Subscriber begs leave to inform "the CAUTION' TO THE.PUBLIC I and Scientific course, -, 6 00 The increasing reputation which the climate P.>- Siaita or.B Hi'. "',
". f.' f': JL planters of Sea Island Cotton and the public Don't be deceived by a certificate attached to The Ancient Languages 10 00 Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical C. C. .&. Cliatoa **,.BtlH .. f
;i J/MeROlMEttT' BAKEH, that he can supply them with his double each bottle of Town&s. which certifies that J. n54. .. 101 Vrrtl A,,"'. DwIle1 ..,.
t-.l : and A'quarter consists of eleven weeks, and two faculty, for the cure of consumption and other J. D. Mcwill.36 Uraa. WiI'I"-...
J'r' '; ; 'r 4tise; ,t Law, JackionvilU, E.Florida.NOTARY'PUBLIC. single each bottle II compounded. and made under'the .sessions a day: 9toI2a.m.,3to5p.n. pulmonary d diseases has'induced a vast increase L. Par... n. .. .
: supervision cf JawesR. Chiliot Chemist C. B. N. Vor a Gneawiei" 'aVD.T.
SKA ISLAND ROLLCK COTTON GINS. who :Exercises of travel to this State during 'the fan and winter Clark
& t No doubt is has been hired for that purpose.. Now let us see commence on Monday the 3d day of months of those who seek the relief B..fa.S1J GrfBi IsWa. '
\ longer entertained they are best February next. : afforded by a B. )...i8 DR..J' .*. ,
it" : Commissioner appointed by the Governors of Gins in use, and the Subscriber flatters himself how it looki when this Chilton resides 150 miles January. 1851. tf milder atmosphere ; and in view of this tact the HaTiac ..'iee.with gr.at pleartr*:a'T'Altt* TO ffii

Ihe following Mates to take Testimony Affidavit from the general satisfaction he has given for the from the manufactory. This we think s> great subscriber has determined that his exertions to PUBLIC."pat forth ky oyer Sixty jaiaiaaa sad DraaxiM
l ; .: last he will receive their n oc the public, and calculated to de- merit the which shall be bestowed
seven years support., patronage i. lbs City f ? .. Ysik.. &lie NUUva .. ttlSa *uC
X; :..., *, Acknowledgments to be nsed therein i Prices low and the Gins.made of the best, materials II. unwary but J1dge ye for yourselves. Administrator'sNotice: upon him shall .be without regard to toil or ex ,'I'o..Ii&rilJu..1a '.11.1& (T ftt yiVlVlCalM Is'W*;
for several Kinds of"V "
table PiUs
,. I dame Virginia and workmanship. Rev. Dr.. SIX MONTHS after date we shall present all pense. SAMUEL BUFFINGTON: praa4 la f Tor tf OLD Da.JacosTowsszlfl5 $A-
Bon' BRUSHES Hibbard'r well known anti- accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Felix -'Jacksonville, E. F., October 3, 1850. tf
1 .f f : .Vermont, North Carolina, AND Biliousl'illa and Wild Cherry.Bi/ters.. Orders SAPA.ILU..nII..,mada "y Xr. 8. P.T*. a4."

,r- f .' '. .Massachusetts, Sooth Carolina, fen sale cheap.and,Gins repaired. at the lowest from any part of the Country will receive-'prompt. Dnvat Livingston, for ,a.Judge final settlement' of Probates of the for the estate County of of tka Vadcrairatd... ... rdially aa ar ia tkto ....
rates. Sey alak te t
Connecticut attention. GREENS TYPE FOUNDRY W w ald. thr for .eBiiBtiBIy rBBaa4 ika
:+ tf I ,. Georgia Agent mour..Pickett: deceased, and will then apply U. 014 Dr.Jaeob'a Sanaparilla.Iaatea4 at S.P."uIt5c. .
h f -:'. .ewYork, Alabama, .ViLLitxjxoA k ACOSTA CeDtm1I1age. Ga.: Address J. H. McRORY, for discharge from all further attention and responsibility No. 123 Fulton Street, Sun Building, New York,

_1 : L .Pennsylvania, ;MiseaiMirpi; McxroED tt HARRIS: fN. Jacksonville, E. F. in the premises. No. 17 Canal Street Row,New.Orleans.To ._ 6 ..;BsltIavs' '' .
\ : HARDER. ,MARY.R. PICKETT J. P. Callaa.WuII".. Dif Cl*..
A. ,
4t ; Savannah; llew.paper'Pabllahen
Delaware Texas. Oct.l2tb,1850.6m. and '
,. Printers., : ..Ciah. La"eatr Paa...
Charleston JAMES. '
B. F. SMITH 8.C.;. PICKETT, Dr. D. W. Dy." .1...TUlav4a
:J; ';r r :. .:)laI'J'Jand'4'a! -11 R. R. REED ft Co., Palatka E. F. v Mininistratorz.Jacksonville .mH confidence I invite.the Trade before Jhn G. Br.. PttavUla Is
",.I. :>t ,. Notice to Feb.20,1851. &n .Y theypurchase elsewhere to ..W. Sim..toB. Phal: TUJ* 4.
" 0 tf | S; B.THOscrsoH & Co.: Black Creek.,E. F. ,NaTlr. tozs.S give .me acaU Lwla Schmidt k c... An.... da.
1 >,!: : ulWindPorSaIe. 'T.O.HOLMES Co.,Jacksonville E. F.PA'l'TZUOK" .- l -" -, at N 0.128 Fulton street,New York,or at No. Uut..JIM ft KtekaL WaahiBctaa 4PO .
( t Kmo;Burnt Fort Ga.v -' 'CUSTOM'BOUSE. ,.. DISSOLUTION 17 canal street Row.'N.w Orleans where I am .ek.r,Jr.. r.nnW. T4* '
'; c S tie the A. A. G.** 'DISWICT ready to furnish them with all kinds of BOOK H. Alii.... PiiRB ., 4aJoha
t l C .. A AenUO owners,, undersigned of- D&LoalB Darien S or ST.J ORK'" THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing AND PiUo"tP d. -
''t ./SLfcr*for.sale tbe following valuable tract!of JKO. 8. FILER Co. Beaufort S C.' Port. Jacksonville,No!. Iii, 1850. Bumnton' R1an'at..White Springs JJ>WSPAFEB TTPR, of the newest and most bean- i.Flnniiub B.y.TV.. UaxluUwa> ..
J land/ie-wlti .GEOROR L.'BBOWK Newnansville E. Hamilton tiM styte. I am also prepared to the much J. K. UaCnrdr.RaadiBf I.Cyti. .
J : F., On or about the first of May next the following eo.-u. this.d"dissofcred by tautualconsent. supply .
:: The Low Tr sitnaUd at the head of Indian .WM.DKLL, -. -* .5 changes will be made with;:the Buoys at .. t- S. BUFflNGTON admired Scotch.letter..Wing lately procured John n 1ij"..Jr.D1i.TW4.Lsbs.ks d. --

q i ;. I river,containing five hundred acres more or less. A. WATBRMAW Oeala;E. F. < ", John's Bar.. >give.this notice, that all St. ., C. E. ILYAN. from Scotland a series of these beautiful faces, Xphraim P. L-ti.Bl*.mk.r7 d*' .
., : 1. Also, asmall tract woodland in the vicinity J. W PKARSON,-Orange Springs E7F.A. gaLore understand when this so nan- }Jacksonville Feb.i, IS0. 6th tfDaval together with variety ot form and patternCf'Uz.'tAXE'CTAL S' Lya* k ChaadliT. Laakrad -" ,
. 1' i: of thvtows:of Jacksonville,,containing thirty DUBBAK_ tt c!., King's Ferry.and.Traders what the may law is relative to Buoys change fce.1 made. AND JOBBING TrTK, BoEDERINO. .B.E. P.R.Ly.Ly....,. U.Vcatr_.*.**,' .. ., 5 .

t t i : acres Also, ,a ira containing one-'haudred acres Pod aI THOMAS VANCE. ..That. hereafter.all Buoys along the coast, or County Tax Collector's. Sale; of ks.all I the feel assured'Type'manufactured that the elegance.me and cannot accuracy be Retort.... C.Roy.B,.k fValUhara. Dclavara .I.Wa. .. .

in bays,. harbors, sounds channels,,hall.b. *. Bstkr4.. .
: B
BTVIUTtriS'of'authority In m. vested'by
(1 & .land,on Pablo creek, near the mouth of surpassed by any Founder,In the Union. )
: pr St.Marys, Ga., May 80,1850. tf colored ant numbered so that : the I Bran S 7. MeTlyinoBda k C*.WolfSflk .
Ihe 15LJ'ou*uinr.d _, passiog up. law, expose for sale in front of the Court entirely new method In the mItiDt.pcteastmg.1am S :.. It. .,.,Bat" 5 rM> '7 :: -
a4 ilo&b4,tract of land u-lUbe sold at reasonaUeprioee &or Bnoya oren taring' the bay. harbor shall or house door, In the town of Jacksonville on the enabled to maintain the virtues of the component P.\8. 1. Xauer. .."."7 .. 5
Notice. red with even numbers be first Monday Of May AD.1831the: ). Cai&.WIler.1'. T.t
and .
oa good & Address following tract parts of the metal,' and thus to
produce ID .
k1 Also one half of the and lot of .'n persons indebted to .the."Estate.otE1i.. passed even numbers on tbe.on starboard the porthatutind hand, black Buoys with of land, or 10.much thereof as will pay the sum addition to an elegant, the moeh lid and dwvbU. C.r. H.O. Hill.HalWrt gtratra, Svriaca 4a% d 4* .
audio Jacksonville. elalOIlll square ;:8L beth M. Berrie deeeaeed.are.f4tulre4 to red and black stripes on either Buoys with ?ilj i& y-*wo dollars and ninety-one eenta; Type, heretofore offered, to.the public. To this Hnry Virray. I ckpartt. dad I'S -
belngjLha same which is Finet make Immediate payment to the bnnd.Buoys inchannel (982 91,] the same being the amount of the State last feature I would in particular vfl D. 1.1"1. Caira.Chart 7t.Y' J
undersigned and atten- .
ways to be colored with'a1teruate white .our **W. Bs.ts.rNewerk5 :
tax' $ueseed ; .
all demands; against the estate-of Duncan L.' ton.for solidity! and durability of r J. .Tnllto..l. .
persons having against said. estate and black pcrpendimlar stripes. .. _. : Type it on S A. Shtrman.
_ _ .Also aclred:aDd forty'acres on'the east are to present them attested : ; Clinch deceased levied on said land for the year the principle of economy, of the gWAtesVimporMall.typograpbert. ,A Watkiaa. kn...Pi. n ,
aide of Fleming Island on the St. John's River withinVhetime. prescribed by law.T,, ,' T ; ,;novT-tlstm t i ISAIAHD.HART.. 1850 and also to pay the sum of sixteen dollars' .,* .-The members of the- S .'Jaaoh J hB Kaaadjraftaa Picre. OiatrAlfrd dK *..' -
{; Collector.
j- between the lands of !. Lewis and George I HENRY HOLLAND. Execntor. and fifty-eight cents,1918 68,1 the amount of the craft also ADd eready to supply all kinds of AT ry. ViadaaB. .' d. -
TT- -- about one hundred acres of,which-are i Sept.19th. :% ,tt-' S : county tax on,said land for the same year,.toge PRWTIJCO OrriCR FroiiiTtyREi for the establish WUkiaa, Paper Mill Vtltaf daThoma. ,,': 1-
p- 4 and about thirty acres eteu, .' lAND SCOURING'ESABLISIIiIEN. ther,with all necessary expenses attending' said maui complete FrintJuCOfllc J. Cn.ick.mlk. 'Vu I
"tsueh. Presses .Catlar k $U.kay, B Ua, Vaia.ll -
e Also an undivided one third of the late Mrs.Sophia .1 ,Administrator's. ) N.u.. : ? : T' levy and sale paid tract. of land being situated Wood i CM?.:S3Undi lSra8. Press and 'For.,,.Lariat Caawall.B.,. .. S
1/ FJemia '. dower; on Fleming Island on ; A. in saUT county of DuvaL.on the west bank of the Wood Rule*.- Imposing Stones (om ,HUL Chaailar ft Cv 4a;; da -" -
_ the SV'John's riven a beautiful location. SIX months after data.1 shatfpresent ray&c- *i : 'NO.1a YORK STREET;. ft.; John's river opposite JMoolata 'containing RJ&ts Otosef Sticks 8.Cf.C... '.. ,4a"' i', :
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: and vouchers to the l1o. \ ten SFlS1 TO Racks. : J.aVBaltiaa 4a
of ten : Judge o. REAR-OFfTHE thousand and '
Mao an andivided one-third about tbetf. / ( HOUSESAVANNAH >: ;< fifty lO.toOl]acres/and bounded .tri41'"Co. a.Is.t '
_ and acres"sltnated In Nassau county,oa Naseaa Probrte for Duval eonnty,for a final settlementf "follows J 'PL the cut b* the St.'John'i river : Od Tnel.akeD In exchange for lCamlwk Blaactaril '.. 4. Li t3

_ River,'xtaddinsr Thomas' Swamp 'suitable Administrator' of. tbe estate' ."of"John- 'Middle-. / GEO; south by lands belonging to the same estate west per Ik. The trade dealt with Ton the new most at 9 liberal cents '.. B. ..,.0.41.1'- 4.4* 4.I.sTboassS. n:
.rtonenali skirts of hammock tondsoeased.. : -' f'I I bvpablio lands and north lands belonging
;.rrantedtoFraidsP.FatJo -, ,by to terms and patronage:solicited o* the of X. Kanaaa. Nartft Adaiat da -
? '., d :. THOMAS, w. JONES;, S ,.<: ALEXANDER ALLo"'A Palmer k Ferris,the same tielD.JaD !graniURtAHOWDEN furnishing to the purchaser articlewith ground which I..4 k SayU aath Ada.s. .d* fc '"

03.McROBERT. BAKER. sept, 26. :.Admtnittrator.Notice. f>'ETURNS Txis>hanks to' his friends'for the 'V4 : -.;'" '-. he will iii pieaae and which will bring him the A.'J.WDaaMh SVB..1U>CiaeUBati.**r.CUiaaatI..Ohi*.OhU. ., '.'. .

.Attone.U.JackJoDtilIef1a.e. _. JLV favors h.-baa received since he commenced ; Tax Collector and Assessor.Duval eoanty.H ,. worth of his money.:, -. S .1'. B..Qalatby ft C...Aaiaak*** V.H. '. -i'.!
eon .] business in this in 'Jacksonville Oct. 18SO.- '- Editors or establish 'Wai. K. PraatAB .a.." 4. ..
.1 : city 1832 and would state to his iM-tds PI'hlten1ril11lni to a Newspaper -- L.1.BafleyD.rvy- da :
. I TO'-THE.OFFICERS friends and the public generally, that during his Jc-t Printing Office, will'be.ftuniahe.t Rnti.'LJthrop.VVtrkak'Is ..5. ., ..
'.Jame. W.B'yaUt; S AND SOLDIERS' late visit to London and Scotland he has acquired LDuvat County Tax Collector* Sal> with u 6It1mate 111 detail.of:the CO b.T stating C. k I.O'.I'Na11Ia. :,' ..1"' -sS .. .
.4 ; \OF.THE SZVERALWARSSJNCE CN'.I..IO..1te.esa.n ,. T ..tNI,
\ ,. various Improvements connected with .BY, ..iseofuspersndkInowo. tobeeecutd Ja.**C.,..w.. I'U .rrrmt'da! '! .:<
j n Con.ntOa.1'i-uw. ."THE, REVOLUTION.BT ,DYING AND fRENCH. LEAN1RG -: lawj yall.'ttJB'oc'UUiodi'lA'sneiveby robUsheri of Newspapers who wia Insert this .c..PW".1'J' ... 1'..' "" '.""-; ''1
..WTnatteikltoPro B*ioiuabnrineMlnUie(>wrU -' ; officers ,' willerpos loi.Q1D tfOnft thrt- advertisement three months'and[ send'me .>. J.ki.Pe..lIwsP: 4..' S .'..'< s
a ii ear t- Coogrest, and so!* which he trusts will'enable"him to give general house door lD the ton'ot-Jacksonj J. *
St Ike E4 oraCaIit 9t FlqrUa and l l31t iMFeamI (m have not received satisfaction to aQ who to Ir Monda to oa pen eontalnlBg It addressed to! "Nesbitt's ReSsI '8l a e. ore'r' Is i -,. .
) are MtiUedt ; may please favor him i May, A.D. \JSSl; the tollowlns !erN,NewjrorVwill be In ... j 1. < J.'a.
Coprt for the Northersj District Floridtv .LAND.fortervtoesof one.month with their patronage.- .. ..T j named uses of'land or' 10 much Wwrwf will mann&ctnre aatertak my ...Ts.1s.s1p.IS, 511 U. -.. "it.IS

: -- ALso OUT -- or nor j the widow,.mbaor--eslldmt those .'auk and woolen-.Dresses,, Shawls,SJ1.SJ1.Ladf. the &ate and.UDt.1. t.u,assessed against. amount of theft provided. bills for they advertWnT pnrehan IiZUmeth.. :' T S w.A area Ja**>i.u.Uto'K4 :",! r :- ,.'. A.

r- deceased,an also entitledrThe Snbseriber,will 31O&nedand dyed'various colors.M to give good j J'1"Thompeoaasnd dusthereoa.tor,1ht -. '.-5 ';.1L.H.t1 ... S ..J.7bIs4.rI: Iiiw Cad. .,_. ta..etiA. ..
'i for fepera Bnsineas.,in the.State,, respecting cndertake AB;' noderate,eotnpensation. the satisfaction' ,Table Covers cleaned or'yed,<,as j .rear'A.Di8e.together with fall i' ;. .. IJonef Weata.i.. S ,' f'4 -
and:donatJooa of lands and the location elates of those interested.f'flaring been.employed may be required. Gentlemen's garment renovated penses attending salj%*levy and'.al.MONa.ay.sj. .J, : ,JSNtoD"t.N.wYork,. J. w. natty St C.. ... .. "r.1.-g; ( $.
1 tnnta I &ld tract ; .NoI7C&naR .$ ,fi OrleanS. ;W.'. R***, 8f.J 5t.pbi.,x. ',.. .. .
." ** -,"-*.r; la nbltecoa for NT.t&lJean.-lli experiencela in the same good style formerly, to aa not to bo 1 of land is situated in said 43&n.9 I -- uIi.s.8S.-Patt1.k.r-. 4a4a- -"F. s--'. -

t eintthcte4'4t1 < -. nch matters wfllenable him to- afford >reatlaettitiei surpassed by..any done ar tbeJNorth,' .
: .' Ji f tzt" : :"' to elalmants for.: LAND'AD PJENrWONfi lAa.bI.nqillnc1Lac1iea.bODD...de4.b -.--. &eU u4.bo1lDdtd.u; ;'I>the : rnl if1NGSi'TRiMMINQSr. :S ",.. .*klal..w.no.r.4.. 'L.Werl\tk ..._.-' '?1'ac

r : IIeotJ "" U. ,!and tare them* graat'el a1of trouble eleaned, and pressed ia a superior .:. Ladies' w..'bTUw fitlJohnJrriverion; 'the 'D ib'II, r'W'..Ii..X ..:.(" .
i' 6t f otbeesrloei: h4 mecse; ;Where h.,obtains-nothing," no and Gentlemen's.JQd'.Gbvet oJeaaac4..aftet. laud be1oDrbtli AiM. React<&Dd 0. the .'ihE S j'iCEIVED "' r. f\ .. .Orders re'ceived-Trom theinteriorforlUa

ii : i. .1IbI., t or :: peuals, eIIu .made. ;All letter posHU win.receiveQWBENNETZAtt' most approved London fashion' ..,:. wMr. --*?$,' *. t'tX by lands belongbg to-Moses'Cnrry,on the'eonth *.;general aatortmentHI name4.celebrated Sarsaparilla.1 ft 'i Kako kept

:t ".; ? : .'JI"ii,fhrnlshad, Tolonleers. ,and. for horsai ,w attention,IDC the'nwcwary;forms. and :/ .; ..XIBJ. has been appointed Agent. by andt belonging to the heirs of EfbertBiBWiTk -. "I fashionable Trim i consis1ngof Fringe. eonataotlj.on.I band retait -i---*<**
I : ...1.. il r ',.10._. U._.'.. 1U.d. instructions__..6".>. s -Co'.n'P" ,-y-ffy; '" ""--. the'above establishment.,and .will>attend to thereception aaiuf f M.I..n" :1'J pJ im Oa" t.oo o d ciBIiUon.- blila )
,' ." :. of in The find who W&rr nf obe14.1y lIiftet f1S
b ,1 .. '. 'A. 'h '. and delivery work Jacksonville and J .t 't'2-.11RtAfiiBO\VDEN.-i this assortment--'to be.2.Jf. ri.
",' .4tfWJt.. 7. i-: J. '.1' : S ,. ',.''"_. r.--.A', .. W .-..'.D..V., "'' lb.surrounding couatry4T nasmoderate.. ?is *,.,' Assessor sod OoUeeto14'D1&T.. : ': be SA the eltT CaD ana 'X&lBhIe. it ,"oj \ ;t FER A DEZ.BU\B f CO. .

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