The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: February 2, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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AU.Jn'tisemeuts must : I -4 m kbJO 'battet8 iich.1 t d tliB,1bi1i t.f6! wlnma1i A Great DHCI In..,Arkansas.; : :'clamatioh' He '
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regular customer. referring ";** herewith comply with'your request and ; ; .' -, [ ;'" .. r.. ....k'.J.. .r" : > opponent*' was a pliticifflbUIvy / !
sertion,wiles?by a sum may be ascertained 'give you such. .,information. as I think;.would] ea ojt'h'Ullah' er ni '" ,.;Arkansas has b/een iliIand-bloody du 1I.', :: fh ifbIugfliAtchfob +
the requisite V .thirdle.1r 9,800 barrels. ." ottTer jiJeSides CriUend nJsialluaionjrwerVso '
IeTlns l; V : t ; : ntries iae' ,
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to Olr be i whodenignengibgei&the ,- rencpuritewslxowevery
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advertisement.ments ; : q f1 irtJ = ;
and transmiU4 with the arket1 te numberofinerttfla ;.turpentine,.1. ess.Select. .{ about"1200.acres ; I ,-iTH TUIZD'z&u's EXPENSES. frequent,' are ldont'f'aE: ;But'in AfkaBsas.imttl [ lofty,:, ..lCh"gril. Q.thiliibe i- 5.
tI Adyt r not of land to the hand',where'lhs well timbered ) f" 't-.:;H :Ufif."Jli- .iy iiittK H !US 1} i ., .':veryreceat' perbotth" .'*... _. d (insul a 6haaeM'ioltiii

required,will becontinned anti!forbid : with pitch.pine should, :be as level aa'' ;9QOO acre of;land. a $1,25' $11 24Q..- .>, ;JI10na''. tl'.' &'f".u- a U'k'"t'. 1IP.Jr_,. I g.. 'A'pcbrdingltii 'Ilk:fi t'rttDgue '\be-
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{InteresiWlrii 2S0; t w'f ,. { $900 1 fnb I ; : JL'ohwayJ;aUhough.wceedlngly'mttdi'd.nbM'enture.
possible; -ConimencQ cutting about Scarcely single pftheHnd; [ fiaso :
for.1tTFive xes cCU
and charred ;;Fo dan J il thing for: a handa/ll ;:: tEl14o! ; i \red u ; tb, Employ.: aJiy\1 paaUTo'*trifhi
for altn withttmmediat _
dollars will be charged ounce- first.of November, ;:and be careful to have'them! 'de lf i8',r -*- *"!"* ilJ "p- -.) ) 'V***- -'. -,> -S' li- h' .

ments candidates for office. V all or one fszeSiiy! :i"'t6''aodab6ut'' Vquart.;1 !l':Interest. rs,,and r a.t '1'wearatdtear.'''.:1. ;.'-U' 'Of.t."b- team 1; .!.-S nG i. ouu M'1 bOtbV.Of'. The thpantagonita-itnd: o: t :otit1L" ::..5 Ciitt. d. nrl''i 't:a"u an .itblh1"ie1m.
"t singular
Months, : t 810 00 You maycut.frpn 1 to.3 boxes.in a tree, accpr factieeni.to.vebeenchiefly! ;" \
for liorsestz. 1'the'
iroott xor i + :50: I' tMS f1aguaprona11y
3% &3 : passioned .buiafetainMtfronl
One square I lfMnq< tothe ,
ding to thesize of your trees. A hapi can cut ; .Owing .cotemporanboug ctio of two causes.
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and Creditors, : : 7 and*d J :
2 'off nsiTiJio
Notice Debtors frOm 56 to{100 boxes pervday-but$Vgreetfhand ;'d wag n ; 'l'r&1.men-.H ,;wages"J\ food. -j: _!*- ." .]?Flrs ,}he elhgqencharact.er4o .the pe>r \He h1iantagmd.-
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5 .remarketi
Application for Letters Administration could not average,more than 60;0! 65 per O pie,.so.intensely,dcstrnctiyej':and. aecondiy.'the hbweyi m conc1usIonandh1sebliolightning ,
; 3.bverse"era7 r"JI\H'I"'>< i"l"" ,j't.' ft. 4ilfiSOfti S e"\ 4i1di: 'that he trus? ,
notices will be inserted. gratuUeusiy. i ; ; i
peculiar.nature vof theirquVf
All religious You continue boxes till th'esap lting!
: day. cutting ; 1oir V
may V *
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WetlinndtearofstUt wooldl
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no gentleman begins to which generally about the ', <' :mostly from feelings:faction and politic4pr.
rise, tistilt f n. !':'J\ ;:l J : dr "tft : ;
2 : heat of debate towiin such could l1Kb'
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QJAll communicates must be addressed toAUGUSTUS I first or the,middle of March on/will: then tizanship. .".A;specia1ubidiuy, tending powerfully -, ,
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hands'at the iri jyr" toleiat -
still/1 .v't i.j t. :26Oi &bjthe Ode''ot honor, J
divide fcoxes 8000 the hand and ;to the same,result rn&ybettouudinV the '-
paid. to
GlLLKTT. pottagt .your .
C. Weacandtenrof tools. t 11 ,- ... -! ,100. :Cohway'took fire like powderat) a,toih u, Bboundedlo .
in -S."which' is done L despotic force e xainple and the
communications wil proceed guagin'g'j ,. ,strong proclivity .
personal \ )
adniissable r'esi i i H-/ '
ana his fortiL
33"All 6500 pitch, urpentine lar- feet, .and poured on thehe4of1isopOneit
with the common, broad ax. ftere:you ought of.the masses.to jimitate! their superiors,. '
.b'e charged as advertisements. z:relsj; atso cents ? l s kti" be particularly heir.recbgmted leaders.E r
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33All bills for Job Printing, must be paid on the very and ptrticulartha't face 'wide' you get your guage. 1640 spirits barrels,'at SI,75,, ?-,*<. ,.rn 2870 the firsVduelever: / jfaged Arkansas, been: the ter and< burning 4 denunciation!; V ; ;t' v--' 5.rittendea
deep the4 enough.The )
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Fre ig1it tthuii d&ib n 1640bi. '. rejoined with baa :2g1e"l nitericeu
.delivery of the work. ,'* ought to be about 1 finches deep, ajid the. .face I 'e"i1i.lrf.t wprk. .. ;fof. iediothepignobinien. .. it might.. have. ,\ -
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:0 Ib OritAChe8WicW., N I6J4titt j !.ga' g t Shipplngcommtssion; i&; O :on,. { ; .Q;;,'. .t f .'excited emotions]:or4sguSprcontenpt baie'beeome'. ,, ai4erainlyeywould : if1't.en1n nsw.. i and, that",. 'yonf nnay':baHethen ...
300 boxed After done precedent "- '
gAsANDREU, por day. you"nre gauging J"* *** i : '".''nl --1-J .w < ._ '
pitch and fesih i barrels & 2,000 to be in sur' A.engll pet\U..llaf : :,de'' _. j.
quoted speech and copied conduct (
which will be about the firstof April '
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V V t the and
TAILOR. JJ : scended platform attended by'afew8elecyfnendshu ;
DRAPER your boxes will henbe, full and ready, for dipping extensively it.wu.s; fUnfortunately however; h1hoteL-i.
STJBCRIBER having determined to unless there has been very severe( winter. Total, '? ------ 14,470. itwas.the.deadly.strifejof!ii'gr%t riTftls' t inrd His secbnd.waited oil Con away th&iune'; !! S
Pr ceeds'u way .evening
THE After.ih i y id uals, of eminent.,talentsand all-comman.
residence Jacksonville .firtlt should
his in dipping commence ;
up permanent you 640. barrels.spirits, 05,600 gallons' ;: influence and anda .JS@ew meeting,.was,arranged for.the foi' Vowiiig J
returns thanks to his fellow-citizens round shaving, and round shave once ,a week 3. ding >polittoal< lchiefUiD3.both.r ; J '
V encourgement which has until the boxes have again filled which will be 40, cents per gallon <' .2o,240 Hence it was, uud-is still,, ,a.rule.;;pf n oliDgauthoritYlto' toriiing. ,_ s ? .
-for the unexpected the and
: 5SOO barrels pitch and resin, at $lj25J; '7,200V. which I : ;Ayastrthrong collected at time place ,
'hitherto been bestowed upon him, and assures about four weeks, provided you have good trees .perpeaIreferenc: is.alwayszhad.in 'dueL seconds '
S S appointedj to witness the The
V V them that in future he will spare no exertion and. .ordinary season. One.hand, after ,be- ; I: ." 'i flffaira \hohor\ ;i In?:such:.cases, were Col.,Wbarton R ctorforConwayand Ben \

continuance of their patronage. Believing coming acquainted with the business, ought to 33,4':1- !whenever;a diticultyarises ;a ppintpf.eti- ,
'to merit a Deduct : i' 70' Peaha for" Crittenden' ,As .the 'seconds' in all )
that his reputation has been well established shave 1500 boxes per day. If the work is well V V 5 S. V !r. 1'4J 4uetteororder.itOthe'arrangements,' an appeal such mortal combats are'often>more' important
and this as a superiOr done to 40 45 barrels at "No j is/ usually ,..madeto.'Hhegrand: ;, duel betwixt ,
in St. Augustine place, you pught get or a dipping : the final result than'chis' the '
And have a net gain of for 38 hahds18,970 as respects prinf
Crittenden and
cutter and maker, he begs leave to represent ; one hand c.m dip six barrels per day. ,Ccnwaybe ht" pfvhicK/ '
\ have calculated that have located dplesthemselves may paidoned.fur.brleflythe J'
to favor The' is months and, in that you your we will now pro e dto4etaiL1' .
who be disposed season for : .
to all might eight f.
the .
hot more than 10 or 12 miles from the riv> tin,1820. sketching' 'two 'Yho8it :.in, present a : i ,
he is able to furnish time will get six' which will C'rittendenrandConway began to *
him with their custom, you .dippings, yield : < *
er.so that you can'make one! load i d Y'9th'your the case.. f" -* .- V.-_ ./ '1 .
V garments of any kind of a cut and finish equalto at a safe calculation, 200 barrels to the hand. canvass territory;asr.opppnents! forvthe.of-: Wharton Hector, '
teams. Nowyo have arriv dat theend Tvas a notorjous -
any that can be procured in Savannah or If you wish to distill the crude turpentine of the third year, and it appears that:.you. have. flee nation:of;de1egatetothe8uprenieco gressof5tbe. alike.for the the former being vWhig and the latter I
V Charleston. you ought to have your still up by the first of ) muHerouscoiiflicts." waS
I made at the first $4 51 to the He universally feared
as and' it it I year, ,an average a Democrat. The fi eld was.altogether\ j jparties ; '
taken the shop formerly occupied April distill as fat gather as neT .
Having as'you : < :
hand of$324 which is equal to cotton at 16 cents. throughout the; "est-troiDtstLow; to i
had not been and .
is to execute with will and make better .resin. yet .organized,: all-was
the Post Office, he now ready yield more spirits i New Orleaxis iii\ 8' mliidi.there ,
The second made although! sotn shrewd
year you $11,305, average 1 of
.n a state transition-ngitatedstormy.nd .
ail orders that be entrusted The still should be located on some stream where ; '
promptitude may to the hand of.$471,,which is equal to cotton at doubtful., 'The bf had always, lingered a doublu to. the
to him. All garments are warranted to fit. water could be conveyed to the condensing tube :t .magnificence ,the;.prize .for :I character These- that
of his ,
23J cents. The third 'made thought,
THOMAS ANDREU. without carrying b'y bund. The barrels for the : year you $18,970, for,w lieh they; strugfjled_stimulated'the. .rivals.to courage. !I
Iho,3e :
an to the hand of$499 ;which is ez ovrile| oani3lmmeiise'pstrengh ; l
10th 1S49. 6m should be of the best made of average equalto .the.highest degree of,..enthusiasm, .p.tilthe .
Nov. spirits quality
Jacksonville ,. : i
cotton at 25 cents per pouud. >. '. strife became maddening burst all the and the.:dc'aUliness of hIs aim,, rathet'tharion -.*
well seasoned white oak, ir hooped and well V over '
Any further information which'L,could:'give' ,inriafeand'unconquerable bravery: / J
boundaries of decent aud *
inside with three coats of :language even_ ,common
KENDRICK glued glue. They ;
II. D. Ben
upon the subject. would be comrnunicatedwith5 Deshay a son of..the"cel ebrated governorofKentucky
It ,believed that
courtesy. .was generally ;
will cost $1 75 barrel The ;
on per ;
ATTORNEYAND an average, pleasure. ,.: had lut recently emigrated to Ar- f ,
crude turpentina will yield from 6 to 8 gallons whatsoever party, cquired the ascendency now, '
Itvspeetfully.your ob't servant kaosas.. His prowess was iiotknown; but 'only | ,
;: I able it
to while
Barrel to how itis distilled would.be keep a long, perhaps'for.
soon :
spirits owing
per ,. front .
.. .C.KROUT., Imagined. singular and'.Striking'appea''ranee. I
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S d .J .ever. Under, such circumstances the >
V its cleanness and a sufficiency of cold ,wat .excitement -
.. ,. ,. HewMatalL
Counsellor at a w. er. The general calculation is 5 gallons crudeto r I .of the people, and!,their 'leaders may]) .. ,'pale, slender'titan! whose | j

National, *Ai. '. : ; .. be imagined. *, !4nlip woren'1astnethi1e v ;snee.r- J i
practice in the several Courts of the 1 of spirits. Below, I give you a statement S ? j one could hardly tell which, sbambigupu3 'wasitsexpressionandhiieyeswere ,' t
WILL of and net proceeds for 3 with Eliza CooW Journalgives certain characteristics -: : For a time the'opposing'candidates ed '
Circuit, and in Ihe Counties of .expenses years, : :pursu .i aSsml1asaninfant's ./,.+ |
15 hauds the first and specimens of national wIt.and'. different circuits one sweeping the of
Hillsborough and Benton of the Southern 'Cir year.FIHST stumps ,'fierctt,'reddish and unutttrably .piercing :
YEAll's humor. The Irish'are set ddwuat'>the'headof ; the north, and the other those'of.the:south.- ., j : S t'
EXPENSE Such'daggerilike
cult of Florida. '. eyesj'causing every gaxe
..ill nations on this Their wit is good-' They;were probably induced to take This I
score. course
Bay October 23th 1849.-nov.17. : to quail could never belong ta a cowartL ,_.1'hts :
Tampa 3000 seres of land, at $1,25 3750. n'LtI11.L crpiiinl.... nnil ns_ nffpn. turn tViptncpl. ..r t.us. .' in the'first instance from tha fume"rnnMftHAl ,
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Interest of at 8 $300 ..
$3,750 per cent ethers.The Irishman .Lkest'uu' 'of hid jowu V desire "to avoid a p personalcollision: forthey' him.iey. .f*.: '7- \ .;":
CHARLES P. COOPER, hands 450 .- ?. >., .. .
Provision and for 15 5-
clothing seemed all have dreaded ; "
ufferings.S ,,. along to such, a ter- ii!ithE'rtie n11 e 'und
Hire of 4 extra hands 4 months cut- Lord Lieutenant Irel iid- The ;
ATTORNEYAND Once when the of mination. sovereign voters were dissatis* beg to'make their aig mts.an4se. 1
ting boxes, ,- -' 160 was riding in the Pli nixPark 'with'Sir: Hercules tied with this distant cannonade.! They.loudly- jrious'dMculties arose.between n tbVBecpnds'onjarions'pbirita

One, team,So'OO, one dray horse, $150, Lungrish, he complained of his predecessors demanded that the champions should be broughtto of ordervt AVhile the dispute V
Conn se II or nt I< n w. Extra horse, $100. Theinterest of for leaving it so wet and.:,swampy. Laug- close quarters as to afford. an opportunityof to'these was'p nding for almost "..hoar 'Conway -

which, and wear and tear, will be, 143 risb replied, '*ihey'were to mi occupied; ':in deciding: their respective merits; with: the became"re'stle'ss and"agiiated,"While
resumed his profession will devo.te' Food for G horses, 300 the the ? ,Pat and immediate contrast. ,angry, ,: :
HAVING ,draining ,rest of kingdom on one occasion senses by .' Hence thepolitical .Crittendcii all to his'friend.
>trusting }lay.Jquiet :
exclusively to its practice throughout -, Hire of and drayman with food sentenced ,
. wagon was being to transportation, chieftains were forced to submit, and : shut '
! the Eastern Circuit of Florida. ,. 5 .and clothing- 300 ; ou-bliiiet4'wIth hizeyei ;:as-" enjoying_ _. S
V ? and remarked to a bystander, 'My lord is giving the primary'pitehed'battle' was appointed:tocome :#4itoi/- 'bieslumb V : x : :
r.'FinMljfrtbwas v; .
! Jacksonville E.Fla., Nov. 10th. 1849. Overseer,* ".- .' '-'T..:"' 300 V -an cllegent lecturevniJolanyl b e.n,ihe, sentence i'. off at Little Bock;in midsummer. i :. settediidthepinci2iioo1cthe1 ; t"
Still, $2000) interest and wear 'and'tear. turned_out to be for fourteen"yearslat *ef Uil the'da1.es guu ; r lnttii ns c ncoursiassembled posijnjvitlt UltOla. ., >* ;;

SPENCER & BAKER, 250 'who'was already an aged veteran said/ 'I'm'.de: to,witness'the trial strength.\ani cocked,'and their fingers ion the (iiirl' All "j- > .1

fttorl1tTJ ILato, Distiller, :- 600 lighted to hear it, ruy lord', for by me soul tense was the ferment passionate'.Reeling. 'was ready,,when, to ,the 'aatonishfeent L !'of>" the :

One hand for six mouths at the still7'; alliet think Iliad half so long to live." Three Hi Many spectators were even known to'have trav 'spectators Ben Desha hastily advanced; 2id se ';

Jnck8out'illr, Fin. Wear and tear of tools. .: 40 bernians were tr velli ng together on -foot at elled four].hundred miles to.be present ten thd zing Qeneral, COBwaf rudely by', they,'houlder, 1

400 crude turpentine barrels, at 25 night; tired and hungry they usked the distance occasion. The hunters and-herdsmen who wer exclaimed with an'bathWhy:do'liot sandIairyouacoward7 I t
practice in the several Courts in the' cents : 100 Three miles \ ... :
destination. to
their too board : '
WILL to point was poor pay the'expe'ns&bf and lodg 'b :" 1
: Circuit Florida; in the U. 500 spirits barrels,at $1,75- < $875 "Good luck to '. 'returrieddhe the ;hotels out'. ?. ? ,<
the reply. you, ing :.at ;camped : in; the,woods "1fyo .do l ,
\ ; .thafagainj i.I."iU.sh you ,by
District Court: Northern District of Florida; Freight, commission, wharfage and spokesman'that is only a mile apiece for us.- arpUnd the town Early the morning it waS .Heaven !!:ehbated Wharton Eector .:nr g,d at V i

the Supreme Court. at Tallahassee; and prose- druyage on 500 barrels-, 500 An Irish car driver was presented*witha discovered :thatr: no ,house.cou1d.; :be procured the unfair'conductrof Criti DJ 'a',ec nd. '"

cute claims before Congress and the Departments -. 1800 rosin barrels at 25 cents, -. ; 450 'shilling at journey's end-nJ, grumbled loud large enough;to c hold*a tithe i,of the*people; already ; ZoufjdlejDaenaces cannot. deter''merom the

Government at Washington.Jos. Shipping commission, &c.-, 550 fare. Faith he -arrived .and" ;.the, : .
,. .1 .. ly at thebnialluessofLhq ? said : accordingly place-of performances of'my duty'j .rt'lied' Desha,: as,
S. SPENCER.Jan649. :
'it's not putting me off with, this'ye'd'be, il meeting was changed n' the City .Hall: to a with a'smile,he walked bid to.'his,:place. He .

ly Total. .- V 5,393 ye knew but'all.'. The traveller's curiosity,was beautiful'grove of pines ;in the vicinity,';which ,had gained.his'object., 'Conway'was'excited'by ; '

.Proceeds of 500 bbls.* spirits, 40 gallons. V V excited.V ..,.'< before the sun: had ,performed'three hours'': .the insult.t.the' verge.,of/,phreBiyHis; face :.
PHILIP F-RAtSER to the barrel: What'do you mean?''Faitli, that'ud 'be' >U. space of his .long summer journey;;was densely .flushed,.'ndhiS nerves; shbpkwith.passion.. He \

A Q UI 20,000 gallous spirits at 40 cents per ing. Another shilling was -tendered.! ?And crowded by the eager :>basses-the tr erulirswhose ,' I t.y S not.physicallyin:ihe best'state to drive'the ;

; ANDtouncitUgt gallon 8,000" now/asked the gentleiuun, 'what do ,you* mean' sceptr&lay injthe ballot box -i.Itshoiila t. centre' of the target' "pe ha'had the'word," and I

! ( -at LaW, 1800 bbls. resin, averaging $1,25 per : by saying it:you know t all?' That I druo- 'remembered by'the reader that he w it scveri;.minutes i before 'pronouncing

; JACKSONVILLE FLA. bbl., '-.2,250 I yer'honer the.laU three miles fDith ut,a lynchpm.Abegger.womanriiii both:parties had:"held Mucuses- the{previouS! it.. <'TMs.was contrary.to all rules-, and";servcd. S

: -- I ? tlievcpuntryt MIo.yeda< J! night, and as their proceedingi'wre.veryaith.ilarin to maddenConway more':uidin re!...r' '
I "TY7ILL attend to any professional business V 10,250 gentleman to his.reat annoyance,' (or about a their- mode of.conducting business, iuid ", Whii'tine two'antagonists'were Standing

I W entrusted to him in the Courts of the Deduct, S V 5,399 mileanil, on 'bidding1 him goott'bYe' ,ha.d' themodstytp as to-their specific bject--th ,acheivement of ,in V position, t'e'c cf'contracted

I IEt ttrn Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at ask him. for 'a little sixpence.iut .'- victory for themselves: will be sufficient", to' their sp cand..b ariDg.BCritt MenJ;

.i -Tallahassee. He has also such an advantageous And you have a ballance of '- 45S57 what,' asked the gentleman4whatihaveyou I give an account one'o l ly' -_ 3 | herited:the noblest human .forms with fair .

connection with an able Lawyer at Washington Ihave; only:.calculated 25 cents ;for the. resin done lor me?' 'Ah then sure, havn't,.E been :i The democraHc caucus'was called lit) theresidence hair i ,:blue:eyes;and a lofty countenaneb, frank
City. as will ensure a prompfand speedy and crude turpentine barrels, which is just honor in !
keeping yer. discoorsefa lt V V. of Col. Wharter Rector, and themain'sub-; '.and.ppen.ln this'.expression and wearing the
collection of such claims as may be placed the'price for making. The wagoner and dray 'The natioual wit of the Scotches altogetherdifferent S '
ject'bf discussion rrelatedtothemeihddj whichCoui'tij :se1,ofdeath defying bravery. .:He stood calm, '
ia his hands against the United States. man can get all the staves from the first; of November from',}that of the Irish; {Indeed;,the sHould f adopt in'the debateTofthe'ensuing -- :collected,'' unconcerned, 'like a:riflemanVabout : :

Sept. 8th, 1849. 'ly to the first of April. You perceive V that 'Scotchman, isn0t. :wittysomuch as sjithical.-' *day;'and more Specially air to'Jiis'tfeatjment'bf : .to> fire atamarki" ,:Bai Conw ay had a stern

you have a net. gain of$4,857 for the. first year If he perpetrates a pun orjrjoke'iibften'carrie3a hisantagonist. 'Col.-ChSter. Asbleyima'de face, eS'arli S nigh ,' and his look of'indubritoble'c .

CHARLES DEVVAAL for,15 hands; now.let us see what .you can :do 'stingin!Jt.':He.may raise the'laughr but see a powerful speech urging gentlemanly .oufagei'jvaa perceptibly tinged ;with' re- ,
the next year ; 12 bands will be sufficient to if itjs not somEbody'si.costT The following I "' \ .d :,1._- V
at h and pacific meusures'as the safestacd: surest] :"en WIn tb.theinsults of Ben"D..tSJ--'l. .
AUCTIONEER.J.A.CKSONVlLLE. E. F. tend the boxes' that are'now'cut. We will say is a good illustration: raeeting'of the eldersof because iiibst likeiyto piti te the'goodopinion6f )hiS. 1mb5 were tremulous'with 'age. .: : ,
that commence cutting boxes again the first certain kirk had assembled:for.the'p'urpose I ; .
you the, community A'H Seyier, :then a At.l ngt i'D sna. gave.the .word,fm 'a tbice i
of the attended
to rr and:: SALES in any solicited.part County of November. The 12 hands will cut enough, of eterp 1ing :!'abqut. .the positionftof i ;.a stove; l youthful aspirant- in ,the;;::first. :brilliant d&y.breIk ',that. 'rung afar.over the hills like the,"peal':bfa.trnmpetrr'Fire .

respectully by the first bfMarchto employ 9 m ii.V Th'e 12 which WI1S to be erected for thejiirjo's& r war- I of his promise)'.took the same. side, *But, .One-rfwothreeP! ,M"* '.

J Jacksonville. May 6,1848 hands which workln'thQ old, ,boxes jwill make ming the building on Sundays. : After considerable I Wharton': Rector, the :fiery:duellist. assumed At (he' .md'Fiie., ,',.Conway;, still 'iftnderthe
barrels and other 12 will '
300 to Jhe.hand, the discussion n old manwho.had. hitherto ; effect
AGENU1 contrary ground/; :His oration was-brief,':but otthe previous agitation instantly.raised
make 200 each-yo will;therefore,"make 6,000 said but little'wasasked for'his"opinion/- I V stw 8 ia
i characteristic of the man and of the times:--I .ulledthe.trigger.His bullet a
V OF barrels the'condyear.: \ my humble'opinion'he said'the, ,StoyecJshould Jthow the people of Arkansas,better than anycif: grazed the thJ breast and cut .a button off

DR. S. S. FITCH'S' SECOND YEAR'S EXPENSES..; be*placed'*in. V the.i'pulpitfor.'it- 'i*by' far.,-.'.!*the" '.,coul..! you, because I have resided among them, longer; .,his coat," wUhputnore injury.' 'But :Crittenden :

,CELEBRATED IEDLO1N.V 5400 acres of land ,at $ J25, .6750. dest place mat e Kirk. f and I tell you'from actual:observatiori and:from- waited till':the last"echo of the f td.'*twoJ, "and'then .

Interest on $6,7:0; at 8 per cent; $540 V The English are'not famous fortheiriwit., experiehce that_the_only.path to,certain'popularity hispisto1 exploded; 'With a'roar,General (

Used by him with distinguished success in the S Food and clothing ands; i %.<-, 750 'The nationa18tockc9nsists rathe, t p f ,a(setof. ; inf this meridian;runs throughthe arena :Conway dropped to the'':earthlike: l'. ...' The I

cure of Interest and wear and,tear of teams convo* ntional' eayinga.which men agree to.laugh' ; fafdrfoi.ght 1 Therefore:'Conways-must'. : .ball'had;picked through h3,heart. 1 : -' .
S at 'than to thosetJiatural'coriiscatiohs of :.witwhich ;i > V :Thus ended-ihe first :dael In .AVkansaal .
Roughs Consumption, Catarrh and .hors, 200 : manage t&get up.a fight. *< ffreatparty ,. -

Food for,horses, .. 400 / ,. distinguish the, Irish! characterDiggo- But ed OI. Ashley ''whatifCWtshbtald : :Hwas'fpUowedinqui ksnccesMon by t
Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia She to Conquer,1 when" his master interpo ; dozen &f .,
ryin Stoops like character and with.
Two wagoners and one drayman, the. 1een refuse w fight 7' 7-1 know myself more ,. .
Gonprrhoea, Piles, Female wages, food and clothing, .' .' v V$450 ;charges him not'to laugh with.t.he"guests.whileheisu'tiing that,he| is not,,a'shot,'and hai ncyer been engaged ; uta'sJr. le''-ezcepti6nnorta3-: ; the people _

V Complaints, &c.,.&c Two overseers, .. ., ., 600 l. his stories, protests that\ifhe: ,is*so in a' rencountre of tJ '3 rL'.:'; '*_ ;; : |.themselves grew sick andTweaJy'pf;the jnurderbuseihibitioc '. .." V
Wear and tearof i1l ,250 ,to."re"irairib.is mister tell the:storyofUhe'bld .5 Critteniea iurvived'Conway V
8 ,- 1 : 'So much the better replied Eector laughjng. "
ALSO One distiller, i V':-.,..- V V 750 : grouse'- in the gun:room.' jiThe::honest : : 'In1.that cause1 theremU,- beno tbuger, 'to -bnt'< te1r". "" 4 bd'w d. tatorti ,:.teier. t <:, ? ". !

Dr. S. S. Fitch' Supporters, Shoulder. One hand at the still-,, ... *';?r ,',,130.Wear V Dggocs5re" we'-believe_).t.- ..;,,'-:".'largevmajority.- .. nI. -. .', :Jna. bur man :,::and.beSi 'siCritteudei;;: :snouldback'but :',-u: -nTIU,.' had.> -.thideth." .. "'_. _' -" ",'s,,,1.' <.':., '-t'".. ,.".

Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and .Lectures ., and Mar,of tools, ,, ;- .'' f,$75: I.English, rl socIety.. ,,d. : .l .fv b _' t.:-Si,. v -i.:'... .""> ,!he will'be'utterlv disirraced."a'nd then ;V :. '7" .:. ; ., ... V _. .;.?..:. .
and the 4000 pitch, resin and turpentine; barIrels : VS '- S : 'I. I- we can cowhide:nim 'off theVtracki'with4lmpu? : 22t, Gtri APIiIi :Plt Jkti.soni fqis: V

on Consumption, i at30 cents ,- .i-rfj i -'J$ .;1,200 .Two Important COmFomLru..The New York "tr >;S4zq_ S .** -fivB&ilftij J *.- )fpH"l&-* :ut ai1th'a schesie to make an ooeatelefrbmAuerIO -
and S
art ofpresermng.Life 1000 spirits bbls. at $1,75' per bbL t. 1.750--. : }Dry Goods Reporter,saysand.repeats.; that MrClayisabout >' '* *Biit. 8upposehy'8ho, U dde;; ifeu .n f'tand Bfiglaaid.Gutta'percia ..

Health, to Old dge,. Freight, commission, wharfage, :dr l" to""inirdd. C e*a'compromise'tariffbilijto prove..Wmtelf.'aytrem"6ndoushero' I rsuggestodSeVier ; ) Ia'thl1riresfre ...:: --
V Src. 4-Ci age. &&,on 1000 bbls. spirits, 1,000 V standlforTtwenty:years,wherein. l1io" 't.' uppose'that he.sno ld' ic e 'and from the'effect.'bfmoure.bspIadId"improvement V ."
V r V V ,Shinnintr..>) commission. &0- 'on*''J 3600: and ad valorem duties are combined. ,,'Ttt is.not kill GenV Conwayh'bi; $*there itf-your.party; : will,:it is: ght"i"imfflediatelybroagUtotheaUentibn ..,

Ifcatefceea appointed, Agent for the'saleof; barrels pitch and resin ,'1.1100. acquainted with'. the:Details, but 'understands'! 'tbsupplytheplice; ofthVlatterJ' *"* .*? 'of CBgreaa,' andtiat ;:. "
them'constantly ,!i; '' ',-i- ''' 'fj. 1 ;. t"f U'" rd'.t'1.' .
the above Goods and will keep "" 4. that he does not' propos ttcrr&lS the.present 3 have iho'ughVofjhatorand 'respQn 4 Rec bodyreqneste4oaidtheprojetorbedvsnoing -f

on bautiy: Drug tore,- in, the Townof; >Total, n ,, 'V >" .VV 9,19b'. scale of dutiesjbut only to,Jsubstitute.the jpecU'fib '1 have;;jpMvided|g ins.t i *.XJ6nwa'X the.needful,'only; three:'miliiona. of dollars

Tampa Tampa Bay Fla.' Proceeds oriOOObbli'spirits,"40',p1.; : for the advalorem: : wberet1t:! "dan be''d 'ri t must. .tli- .the. 'onzd fending the!'. challengWit 'Many'.persona might'cOndderthe'reqiiostrath- "., \r : '
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V 'Dr/L.D.. ROGERS.: "J Ions to the_barrel$ ?' 'J''--' --,Y'$-> ..__- < 1r.POriieyt dr ;j.h'e pennsyltanianlwritebasion .on.In: enue: u .b"l'\. :thexwe'wU. ,er'a bold one hut, In Border t(silence'ai1 cavils ): 11T

'. '. 40,000 gallons 40 cents,'. -' -, 16,000 .from w I1RhJpgtoo.that.he ha, ev v .1"PAMD oanticipatethat 'ha ihcic1 o'' l.w,. f t J'' -t Wit abotlt thefeasibility of the schemeU g'annoaced '
'." BOOTOINVLUD.; s 3600 barrels Ritchith resin at $1,254,500! General' asWili U1l 'isWlsiM ten' Conway\hak. in : S '
!'L' i/r.t ucu'ji GUIDE : r1j C paces..) not an equal that thelprojectdrwiirguarantee- the'iareation. -' s V
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and Directions for'promoting Health,;and Instructions J",7"". I., t' "* -"* .".20,500 to bring forward compromise.propbsii ;: wew.btt'd/! : (!" .' ''*''j.- %-,i;f"vtJTx 't'ii' 1 .' i This :Trffl' 'be5hly'' iifactoryi-ii- .. S

to Mothers, in, the Management.: oW" ijj :. V tl0n unon.thQ, eXCltinll's'ayer..3.1ssue._ f >'Thlsext o "t- V'rwd"J't 'was ftJopted byjcxjrdingly doubt Whbntth&wIres; arc laid"down; inthewhentbeprojectbxgetShIsmilhIoe4t$1;
,Children" may', Uliad,' gratnitousyriby calling S iieatI t' .i"/t .9'195. t-.77-' .. : : u. !! 'I"It i ij 'i1 (Di' ili '''ud'COlw "- ie d.tQ (} :ocean/, 'V

for it at the store above.' 'An,extremely' "':Anouhve&CejmtD. 'mlint.3 '..' j i .Temperance.by'fprtifyngtheijini| ( aaibodyj '. The'decisibn'pf.;the." icuri1gh1ie t ;\he.fir&htorm breaks the-iroD'cord .Iz If'JQ01t

-valuable Book VV \ / J- 0 5ot.1 "'''' leads to happiness JDtempera.n e.by enervatingth'emerids'ln ; been'considered infamouV but'for\bne'f4''mJi ohd pieces,'or a giant,codfish"- 'agaiost .. .. :
,:: 'W "wi1lnOW'iak f calcuiatloh\ for tnVtnirdwork : &ftery.sl' xi* -',,U i !;:i:' .t ;?rt. dwbiineeti i'o""h'"I? eIolyMoIm1lat heinsnd : D '. 4
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": ftW;.single i andsdouble..Uintt. the ,b xeaU1at'y uJwve now cuW ,Yon 0: life 13'dfDi ,-. .shoulda xnanly ',andchiv da$ ;aow',1(f"Crittendenwnv 'and oddDg'QTf'tbfftt.uno"J! : cWiJ S '
"GUNS.- quality for sale 1riUi agaiii.'c uimenc6,cuttingtho'first.1f Nri-' tHe Kdosoniethinth6w.liates:hay &. tilr .-. '. ; .
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[ Pi7kP : f (Correspondence.of the Savaunah"'Gfeorgum.) 1 f ,-11"H.'. : .NE'w"rs.t.J: .:'. .The';Reallisel- and' tl>e '.iidaenl ,C.II, -4*' -
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Effrontery of ilieCabinet Organ.yji '. ASHINGTON'JA1f110.;-. -; ", : \' f -J,-. ":' -)- ; '_'': t1i\!:t. 11.'tr"i.: ._ .*, f, .. at.(.t'eaH.n", .'. '

<: LIQiDgE4Ct8'tlie} Rep i)1i"',the mouth-' GentlemenYjOU, .vi&iwce*perceit d' t1Zthe '.. "'."1S- 1.j'1 t"'Weiareqoafly. ); 1 snrnrisedand- grieved :MLhrre i"We irere surprised*to iwiat,( .
bif the Administration rather ,
I junior organ ,or 3w. t-rU ,
..ptocoor.Geiluyfor deny : amttheCabinetl_" ,-. u. i ,* ;
4 iThIt, (the RepubUcitself! r) doesB9t4Wto furious assault on' the iIO, ;1Iowell:Cobbfor, { .;to) T.e91d..writer ,upon:the. proposition following J- paragraphV? J-. *"* ii* dotdfromtnecuth.emnI3anner"and T '<' "t .-- .'-; "-
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the Committees n 1
Appointing standing of the fi
.to d {&do
rse jc6rtaining ii.
ayoV publicly, in its own columns, that it issOfposedior ->. for aConvtion'of .the ;
with than Southern
; ieal .
House more partizan sensible remark
that or'eitlicr'of"itKean ? y'tlzOE1tqpofthe
are' ppppsed, 'to ten' \ 1 il il'rsP(roTlSO. ,' ) :, forecast: _.Hot hut only,,jjajs tLe'Republic Dc.mQcrati is "JACKSONVILLE" ,__ ,,_,_a, NUARr_, _. _. ,__' _" W,,.lS O-" .. ,States.. Its"general tone, will $e, official paper, ,who has,hitherto, ,been; gen.

avow 2;,!Th1t id his::;(countrymenwhat Jn.T. 1 16r haTs .not opinion's and'dares jiipori not'' :eeryCommittee in its composition,one preponderatingly,:bat all the Chairmen :i .be:1adie4a4i:, J ., ;'.k ....1,'. ,gathered.. r'..nhe-&. concludin' .a....paragraph_, .. raUy,inJ accord with the:South, in relation_

that! question are j,and !hether":oj.not;,he'will! :of the are Democrats, andidltk&son4, to members the f The;:Seiflinel, _" of,the l4tlunsLsaya i :. wJii.cl!) ,as/olIow'S9muh. 1.,} the subject which the people:of California Jute '
: belong ,
.veto & 1lco O I.iningitLf one ,shall 'pass,Confess. respectieLComuuttees same 1" l learned of-a: Manatee .. : so nnnecessarily:brought into discusdoa by
: W from 'the; Tof; ,
par t'y!. _So,7 then,Tnpt"even a head-ache after"i .gentleman in way expressing an opinion upon :

.' ',-d rng.t.he[ Presienti1e1ectionhe. ... T3.JThat .' !Cupper,partyf or a cold, Twill giv6\the: Whigs a ',. <>n.'ridayIit\( tji, 'the'IsipOTtVfthings ; 'the-project: tof.'a:.?Soathern'Convention. including the "Wilmot Proviso" in the Coastt.
chance of cphtrohng the action of a O.mi.'whichthey '' -: -- 'tulidn which'they are about to to Coagresfc
1stray present -
as'(Genenl'.Xaylor)'to.theyilmot was: represented Proviso at the'and South at: 'jiittee a thing never\dreamt t >in; being opposed -
the North ai benlglD favor'of, it ., .and. :which"* ,they,particularly,regard'at.this crisis. -. and that no-apprehension"is,entertainedof : :Djriefly,:"i 8:: :.Wie.have'np: gieat 'confidence : :Bianaer;" to,whichwerefer; and whidLwe give ":,
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"A Th'at Millard FUlmore Y ce'President of ; hostilities' from : :
: ; These.Whig7 gentlemen are "sophists in any ns.- f iiiheRvalue: appears Intelligencer- -or with the

tho.jEJniied the$same tates.electedby ticket with; Jen.So.Taylor thern ,Wilig'votesoa is an' _all reasoning:, .They 'pretend that Mr. Cobb in :Gen TwTggs ;wfWfitiir i : ngainelof! ,being -; :'vention .as'a' :remedial measure.- We.do'ttot : comment made,upon it, 'by'the Editor of that f'

abolitionist! 'in favor of the'abolition:ofrslavery .promising i ; ((aftet his'elestioh. ,(anders in the Speak- : :> pa per.U: :4** L
pledged chairj I that he wonld''discharge'Tiis duties able to effect *i' removal (at least a think promises;;. much. good -and: ot'
in this District and the interdiction of : ; : A. Yoics:rxo .THK .SOUTH. Tie Southed,
the slave trade between' the'States. i firmly Committee and'impartially'"between i meant to distribute and Demo :portion of t bem. We .unaerstoo. : ;.our' ;it'is'one otthose,wpediienta; W liichmay Banner, at Athens Georgia contains'. ,copy of I

.Postmaster. 5. That General Jacob Collamer is in favor, 'General of the Taylor's Wilmot'Proviso crats..asT though equally their' impartial Whigs.Speaker'. ,Mr. informant. to say", that they bad held,a 'result'fr, l i in CV grtrlafln.2! 'The"-cause. of the California Constitution, ,accompanied; with_

; and has voted, for every abolition '..pro; Wirithf 'had.done'so I during the'last S sionTheyIorgot : Council\ 'among 'themselves, aiidhacideputd the South Jias.i in put judgement i already this sensible' remark:>."We have nothing Bay-
I position offered in 'Congress'. -while 'he'was' a' ;moment,"wanted that' to Mr/hear Cobb of a never i,compromise; for a single with Assinwhar to confer'with.(Jeni' sustained'injury J. ,..:.by :. J1-timed'.and, ill- for or against:Anti-slavery clause theICOisUtutlon.

.member.'6.That Thomas General1' the Whigs-that'he spoke in caucus against all Twiggs, upon another appoinfmentfpxa : ; considered,..tfepughrpatnotic.efforts' to. This Is their concern oot0aa ,
Ewing Tajrlorfc
We cannot but the
Secretary of the Interior;.is in favor:of the Wil- compromises; especially' against that which ,"' ", with him. The failure hold 'vindicate( 'her rights! ,'and;all subsequentaction "" repeat- ,' expression' of cur
would give them the control of some of the important surprise ,Mr.Editor_ ,at meeting with a
.mot Proviso.
Committees and thatoCWays' the talk last month is attributed to \ i'e ; .should it 'appears tout '
7. That William M. Meredith, ,General Tay- :which more particularly appointed, ,' "' ".i-"" ,' %T 1 graph.like this, qnotedfrom a.Georgia GhJettt
.lor's Secretary of.the Treasury" ':-is. in favor- of key of the and Treasury.Means, He repeatedly regarded declared as the .by.a correspondent of one of the >,'be:based( hot'upon what' iay be, but in the National Intelligencer rand mrk4y
.the'81::Wilmot thL Robert:Proviso.,C.Winthrop, the Cabinet-.can-: that he would rather,lose the Speakership than New Orleans, i:
rdldate for',Speaker; is in favor at the Wilmot House the Committees agairist'the, majority voted in rule caucus. Now and all in'this the : among"the"Indians, that-they; were '-Now this"may'be the individual opinion : per. For nothing can be plainer" than,thai: ,
proviso,and has.votedfor" ; v Abolition! he proposition ,being known to be true,and understood by all to be surprised, captured'and' forced to ,of the editor i of ih'eSen: ne/,.:but we I Congress, as the 'temporary ,Gutodierof tJift -
offered in
Congress'whlle' was a Territories belonging to the.Union
Mernb rand not in in the Speaker's chair in- parties,"what right has. -Administration to emigrate, whether they would or no." deny that it: represents the feeling of I ,
Waterloo defeat to the j ,
expect bettertthns,'after a iaterpose, instant that an. attenpt 'is
the two for the
.pluding rtceptiqnlof petitions '
I than were indignantly refused.. by of capitulation'1 the WBig'party: pn'ithe subject throughout
.dissolution of the Union. way Atlantic & Gulf Railroad made,,to interfere with the equal right posses

9. That Mr. Stephens a Whig from Georgia, military science Gen.1,'Taylor'or he could must have net have forgotten allowed his i The following extraordinary paragraph the State. As the Sentinel 'is. the' sed by the States in,these domains. _' _from what*-

.moved to lay upon the table the compromise' his'organ to commit such blunders. in article under the organ of that party at the Capital, ''i it' is ever quarter this attempt may be made-.wheta*
bill! of.Mr. Clayton, which would have put an appears an
Mr. Cobb-organized the Committees, in regard er from the South or the North. This we say
cii4 to the.cpntrofersy about slavery in the Territories to their usefulness,as Democratic Committees above title in the Sentinel of the 4th deceiving.the.North-and trifling with ilts ; r f t ; f
f and :that he and some xther Whigs plain and imperative duty-a duty,the ob*
theinterestsbf the South
and in doing this was not only justifiedby ;
by attempting '

from slaveholding States voted in the affima- but'by the unavoidably necessity of instant : ., ligation of which, ,it cannot Mink, but.is' bnnnd
,tive that motion and thus defeating the usage, "In Jacksonville of the 3d in- to drag partizan.ship into the
upon the case. A fair Whig could hardly have complained Republican .ques faithfully to discharge, up to the'' last moment

bill.. 10. That William H. Seward, a hotheadedFederalist about it; but the Organ of the the Admin- Editor stantreceived.lnst( retracts, 'a atatementmadeby Friday) we notice that; that print.the tion, in inducing' 'the belief that tb'erej is that these territories i or the 'pu lic domain;at

and Abolitionist, is one of the leaders istration opposing is bent the people on giving.when Congress opposing, the positionof will some time ago, to the effect that certain*Northern I! generally, any difference of opinion; :' which they forma' :part -remains 'under its

:ofthe mW.istration.upon thejfloor of the Sen- of.oldZack, and any thing to which'it'can lend capitalists were about to undertake the construction thai point' 'among' :the citizens of Florida.. control. How'can Congress:"then,: consistaatiywith
.'ate, having its full confidence. the color when to its of this road. The work, it'.cppears. its'duty,' admits '
of usurpation, opposed territory as a, State
The,Republic will not deny any of these statements own wishes is sure'to be taken up by it and still sleeps beside the Florida Ship/Canal, and We shall not," enier;at length> into ;:bis which 'forward for witl ,
; and particularly it flares. not atom its discussed forBuncomb. other like enterprizes of pith. and moment, a- to that a.Southern Con admissiOn ,a clattffo
.orcn opposition to the Wim t Proviso. Nor dareit speaking of rganization .of the Committees bout which so much has been said and wriiten argument prove in its Constitution, directly TioJat Te' (the

inform the people that Gen. Taylor .mill veto,- several correspondents have made the and so little done. Such being the case, our vention would be valueless as a remedial right of the whole Southern ,division of theUnion

ormill.approleJ' the Wilmot Pr oviso, if.it shall mistake classing Judge Thompson, of Pennsylvania contemporary (with whom under any circum- ..measure*. It is 'sufficient that sucha ; and formed by a casual collection of for
,. pass Congress. Yet that print is' unprincipled the non-interference of stances. we should be slow f.fttret into<*nntravev. _____ u '_ .
and.mendacious enough to charge upon Southern the.North., tunong This is undoubtedly a mistake.-men sy J) will, we are sure;hold U'eXCUSCdfrOrn;; 'the convention will most certainly be held signers transient resiaems, ana aaveaturera*
members alliance with whom the pursuit of gold, and not the desire
of Congress an the task vindicating an opinion expressed when of
violent Wilmot
Mr. Thompson is by no means a -that it is a popular .measure throughout -
Abolitionists, and to attempt to produce the impression Proviso ;man.; but Jie has .voted for it, under we were led to believe the road was to be under liberty and independence had led to this remote -
that tho.Democrats of the free States taken. It is perhaps not worth while to stir ,the whole South-and that Florida
the drill and whip.of the party. Tb e non- upon region-which even were it.peopled by
are: the: only portion of the people of the North local feelings and interests about a matterin
interference man of the Committee on he Judiciary will most certainly represented there- Americans, must still be regarded as "from its "
favor And
ybo opposition to slavery. yet a no more substantial than that in
ia Mr. John K. Miller of Ohio a shape
print> so profligate and unscrupulous is the cho tleman,who; on all occasions, has, voted ,againstthe gen- which the Atlantic and Gulf railroad at. present in.Vhy then this unworthy spirit of mother's womb,untimely ript,"and pre-maturo' :
senorgan of the Taylor administration J stands." Jy clothed in the imperial robe '
Proviso, and against the Missouri qompromise cavilling'-finding fault with every sovereignty;
Yesterday in f he came spirit which has; die on purely constitutional grounds.Again :, Now the Republican will of course like an infant incongruously swaddled in the- .
.tated of its articles it 'a letter measure because is of
many Decent copied Territories a new one, opposing -
the Committee
on so organized -
to have been written demo- make its own reply but for our own costume,or toga of manhood. This half settled
_.__purporting:____\___ .\_ nL:,_ T-_1_.__by_ _a___ as to give Mr. Richardson, of Illinois,. futile obstacles to a plan the very new-born its
$;nu.lv U1WUUf VIIi" VUIU : Territory,yet from Spanish moth* ,
UtglS1a"urt, VOWIng line 'in
the casting vote. Can.this be brought againstMr. part we. have fever seen a the
Jbimself favor of the abolition of slavery in, Cobb:1 Has not Mr.Richardson of Illinois, essence of which requires the most er-nakekl and unwashed,if we may be allowed,

.this District,with the the minds view of of the producing the been himself, a candidate for the Speakership? columns that paper which would perfect harmony and unity of aption. so strong an expression it seems, to,bej: :

impression upon people of the Was he not.run by the friends of Mr. Calhoun? warrant the above statement made hy .
.South that Northern Democrats alone favored It ts idle to' say' that the Convention thrust into the embracing arms of the confederacy .
Surely if the Speakership would have been safe
such abolition heresies when the fact is that the Sentinel The inference would and have its
; should what has ,
in his bands, he is fit to be trusted with the casting HbeFate.on1y ,upon
jfhe Republic itself is favor of the Wilmot Proviso vote in the Committee on Territories.As seem to be that northern Capitalistshave baby brow; (
and is the organ of Truman Smith and the been don. and not upon what will be
the Committee on theDistrictthe majority Encircled with thercund and "
However top ofsovereignty :
jVortliem Federalists,mho are not only infayor of abandoned the'pr ject. I 'I ,
are warm and devoted friends and championsof I II done. :JkVe are yet to learn that it is
that proposition.but the abolition of slavery. in this Southern rights, thongh Mr.Jeremiah Morton gratifying this fact might be to the or admitted to'a participation. in all rights and .."'
District and the.Territories. I imprudent guard against prospective -
I of its elder and adult sisters .
, a Virginia Whig elected by Democratic ,of the 1
The dare that Sentinel and the citizens of Middle
Republic not affirm .Mr.Fillmore votes has the casting vote. TheFree Soilers puton danger. We.are yet ,to )learn that we Union. sr, 2, ,,
is not in favor of the abolition in
shivery this
" the Slavery Committee as merely ornamental. Florida,generally. we believe they will % .
should suffer As it '
rather than its
District It dare not affirm that Mp.Winthrop an injury attempt wo.uld\'i immediately on becoming;s
"to make fcrJtn M.visible
They just serve (
Is not.in favor pf the abolition of slavery in this and will not'trouble Congress or the Country, he doomed. to .bitter i di& PP9int ent.-. to a vert it. Such halting, vacillating -. State, acquire the right of prohibiting slavery ., .

District and,the \Vilmot Proviso., It ..dare hot' had to be stowed From the they have,with within its limits the the
affirm that Gen. Taylor' will."veto .the Wilmot .with'lheir'eff'ulgeocy. They beginning a indecisive advice has always been adoption of measure, ,t
away somewhere; and the disposition made of almost at the of its '. i
without very moment applying for"
Proviso. -It which is a parallelin
flare not state what own posuionsonthfs.n&ject. > selfishness
them by Mr. Cobb was,perhaps the most prudent the bane of the South. It has tended to
And it admission into the Union- plainly t
an vnnAfassartinsultto
yet assumes to- be an
while at the same time it to be the history of public improvements .
appears induce the the North that '
organ of the Whigs! of the South and we suppose the most equitable.. opinion at the sl holding portion of She

it has the confidence of most of'them. Yet, The House is.still balloting for a Clerk, the thrown every obstacle in the way we are indifferent upon the subject,- confederacy, and ,an .abolition bravado,,:whbSi j

enough jt has to impudence represent southern.enough Democrats and mendacity as. the regular Free Soilers caucus.refusing nominee to go of the for Democratic Mr. Forney,party the- which could be effected by narrowminded that we dare make no effort to resist aggression cannot be promptly rebuked-and which" :we .

allies of Messrs. Giddiugs & Co.., when,the fact ,on account of,his avowed adherence to the legislation. They refused to grant, or that we are, too indolent, to trust,will be rebuked. by Congress the instant .

is, the whole body of northern nhigshar.e been andre Constitution and the rights of the South.- any charter that was not clogged h ,do It Iras'swelled what that, spurious,constitution,the "dirty work"'
now his allies so. was once a'
on proposition
every What was most affecting on the part of certain of a chance assemblage of adventurers,,foreigners )
the subject of slavery; and the southern whigsare Southern Whigs, and among others, of, Messrs. 'conditions which nearly rendered the cloud into a tornado': It has caused and incendiaries presented fonts 21ccepi
on every other principle of govern- Toombs and Stephens, was the selfsacrificinggood work impracticable.. They jealously
what the of few visiona-
was once
mental policy, a high tariff, internal improvements nature with.which,for several days, they cry a tance STATOR
,,and a national bunk included. The voted for Solomon Foot,of Vermont, a regular withheld favors which have been granted ries to become the predominant sentiment ,"

whole body of the northern Whigs vote with Free Soiler and Abolitionst, who 'voted for the to every'other Rail Road companyin of both the political Form tie Floridian J inn i. ,;
him on the. tariff, internal improvement and great partiesat '.
Wilmot Proviso and for anti-Souther
bank questions.; The time for this base and measure introduced, into Congress.every Politics, it the United States. And why !- the North.. Even Southern States Southern Convention-Wbiff ofT

unprincipled game duplicity has pretty nearly make bedfellows and Messrs. to the which Florida.
seems strange ; Merely promote object men such as CLAY and BENTON have
passed and the time .has also nearly approached Toombs and Stephens, who strained at a. gnat ; We have repeatedly.called,the attention of tha? .
when it will be for the interest of sticks,but in every line of the'article] in been affected this
in the person of Mr. Winthrop, were quite prepared > by apparent apathy' people Florida to the subject of the proposed-

this administration to have an organ possessedof to follow Foot and all of the kindred State the Sentinel,'to,cause the affair i ,to be'.a and deserted the interests of their con Southern,Convention,to be held.in ,Nashville,?
sufficient character and
dignity to speak the Vermont. Or it that Messrs. Toombs .
was to concert measures for.united harmoniOus.
truth. and Stephens wished to return to their allegiance State and not 'a private undertakingto ,- stituents because their constituents measures on the part oftheSouthfor the resis-o

published As an offet in the to the cabinet letter of B. F.of Leiter yesterday, esC,' and give this vote as a token of their have 'it managed 'in legislature, appeared'themselves to have deserted tance Northern aggr don., The proposition-
loyalty ofaCOn'ventionin Nashville comes from a Convention *-
we copy the following extract from the message P. S.-In the Senate there was quite an interesting where the East would _be continuallyoutvotedand them. The object of the Convention of the people of Mississippi held last-

of'Governor! Johnson of Pennsylvania' one of debate on the Resolutions, the State. to divert the route to Middle to us the' declaration ,of the fall without distinction of :party/'over' J-
General 'Taylor's right-hand supporters, .and of Vermont. presented by Mr. Phelps: I will appears
Judge Sharkey a distingnshed. ig of that -
the gentleman who accompanied;;the: General say slew words on.the subject t -l orrow.O. and West Florida with no earthly sentiment. of the:; United SJayeholdingStates State presided. '

in his tour through Pennsylvania last'summner.fl .. advantage for the intended. In behalf of the Democrats of Florida'we feel .
purpose declaration which be madein *
contains fall and unqualified pledge! in. .favor ,,a can
authorised to say that they arewe believe town-* ,
of the Wilmot Proviso. Coming from a From the Columbia Telegraph. The Sentinel ,is practising a gross 'de no other manner.. 'It' is ,.intended: to imously in favor_of the proposed, Convention..

Eepublicand WJiig governor the of Whig a sovereign press of State the",Sputh"will:'the re-, The value Negroes has greatly appreciated ceptionupon; the community by declaring define the )limit of aggressions upon our What:we,desire now is a response upon this subject .

in the last few months more especially sinee from the Whigs constituting as they do the
publish f On the 1"application for the admission of, the decided rise in the price of our great staple.At in equivocal terms that the'enter- rights, :to. show' tbe; :.Northern_ dema other half ot the people of the,tttate... Thought

States into the Union,the subject'.of the extension new Orangeburgon the first day of January,we prise has, been abandoned, or is sleep. gogues that.thus far .shall.they go ,andno we hope it is not necessary,yet to prevent,misrepresentation .

slavery will claim the' attention otC n- learned that wood-choppers and laborers,hired ing. ,It is not abandoned, and is only | farther and to.throw*the respqnsi i jealousy,we disclaim any'dis ,
'Our southern'brethren united by by the year, commanded an advance, price on ,, ? position whatever, 'connect the subject with .t.
gress.association and habit with'this,institution "long'and the rates of the previous year of forty ,per cent in obeyance until f a legislature,of some bility'of endangering ,the"peace;of the the party inovementaofthe day. It is an enterprise -"
At this place the sales on Monday last which commends itself alike to men of-
depending it in a large degree for their liberality amend the charter in : i
upon may Union 'th 'shoulders. ,
domestic comfort and commercial during this week; have.proven that the same upon ;right all parties and:of no party. Will not some ofVour.Whigfnends.favorrns

.illIt willingly allow of its exclusion advantages'from) appreciationthrough notin the same .ratio, has such a way' as to render the execution, ThelSen/ne/will: ',vainly 'attempt; fo with theirvlewsup"orLthiinatter7' 1

territories; belonging tothe general taken place here; able-bodied and capable of'the at all 00ih'i: 'We will gladly 'offer them I a
government.No project : stem the tide of public opinion .
disturbance is'cou of'their hands will now aveage from $700 to $800 place in our columns for any 'communications
templah 4 relations .
therewith in States were l it now xists.i .- each and every likely' and intelligent ones.even We are amused to'perceive the Sentinel ., .subject. There Will, 'be* ,va, "Southern ,on,a,.subject of such ,momentous,importanceTboughaa r- ,"
? ** ,
i Holding itw6uldinvolve their slaves bycompromisc and concession :more.'this is a naturalconsequence- of theprosperous' :, 'recommending- t \ the" '\State" internal' f"- 'Convention if and Florida will-. -be !represented "J to address Whigsj them, yet;it may asSouthern,>, ot be.'proper-fojrlaa menmen.whoieiiiter .
faith, ,;and; an interference, With;part'the a sovereignty breach of cato! s now7Bmiling upon, the planting j improvement funds to .be interested_ : a "therein. *": sts are identical with those pf their. I
interest and needless\ I Democratic brethren feel that t we mayhap-i .
deem we
we entirely to -
of sister 'republics to intermeddle with Grand Rail Road froaiithe 'St. Johns of (
their : :
: to > In the mode
regard to s
social to'' the give any, cautions on the subject to persons,who .. peal to them in behalf of l ra common cause and! :
policy; 'or controvert of
their domestic relations. Whatever,. injury!legality may: : understand theirfown: "business,"better than anyone Fensacola] : and'objecting to the.,employment delegates,we. ,are entirely.opposed; .1f 1 that our appeal r will be"received, In the same- :,
can teach it to them: y,, '. spirit in which it is made. We again most respectfully .,
inflicted north interests '
incident on to the rn existence of from the the institution jealousies '" ,This'species'of.property. always its true Northern capital. 'The, first object their! appointment by' ,theGovernor.-. solicit some'expression of their views,
and the effort to.prostrate free labor:a sacred regulator j/as surel .'asV water' finds',its leyel- cannotbeftected.: ., .u tiltherelha We believe the.people, ''can, :'much. ,better, andtendernO8ttChCerfU11Y.l a placeindoor c Iu -
--' "* ""
Its"enhanced'value'should 'mate the. -af-'jt + t f --1 J'- tf < *
J : .
to suffer regard'rather for our pledged than faith admonishes.reformation us f strenuous in preserving and perpetuating us more fund created, and.the}last..suggestion is appoint. them 'themselves' ',by, county r Legislature, 'of:Virginia;'nowln session; ,.,

attempt 1 valuable institution): worthy only:of a simpleton i. ,'The stock of ikf"I otuerwise -'. is'momg m the matter:.-"ThO'Efl'P1irsrOf the'
where.our,authority will.not be acknowledged n ., ,,. .. meetings :: .
; From the th Ga.) Bee ofthe. 2d inst.wetak ? < fr i : -i- i''rl -- ? ., 4th lost. ,, ." ( '. 1J.L., ..
Forsy .
,..-. The extension of the evil beyond its present :limits ; ; '; ( ; 'the.Atlantic and Gulf R.R." .'Company :..4. .' ,'.-: sy3 o. t.
:the,foUgtvirig paragraphV-vhich", : : "We regard proposed; convention as & ;.
'discloses '
.the free States a very_of different the]Union feature.to its fU7therrogrui. Tfo consent'of show that'similar,rise h'iistakenplace: in'that i'.i-is*already- 'subscribed: '' .. J- j-_ ,.,'partly.by-residents -. --ri v- 'l'VB4iT !Q'F N2w Srv.-.Tbc>t., grave neccessity-which Mr. urke declares'r

: would of the;,right evince of an jfJSt'ignorance 0f their(true, tJtet'utlj. .. State.giacontethpora.ve,.;impnUpicy;do suggestioas.not concur icf in ourVQepr-,- but: give ,i 'of. the? State. ,but,the, greater. !portion ficial. report' of'' ,the, Auditor' ..of Iowa "states., ': ; the admita!:first,!jthe-i no f discussionVandJemarioa paranwunjt"necessityonwhich :nevidence.7 -
j fl dllumanitYJ1.Ul. "
; "
-.: difference to the character aid an t them for what,they may be,worth, .."> :by.' ''Norther** capitalists J ;%' If;: the "the assessed.c valuation propertyi in : jSou ;Carolinahas:- unanimously
dignity their omlLDgcovnzry.J "" ; .. ,
,, Negiofel1qws,: (common, field'hands}f sold :in iijt'.j- i7>"Jr *-' '' a -ii- *< ->wv sanctbned it-Georgia; and:;AlahMoa wilt soon
IVhere,these arejanplicated, itisan thispLice- y steidayatpublic salefor over$1*' 'latter see fit;lo employ ;their,';money in ,that State_at'$18,479,751. the,:amount. follow:the-'.example-and'we hope to'see'Vir*

aadonneiitof the views: of,duty the to ,co&ptomise, .So.fuUi! QUO. One sold for,$.Q80. This is bigher than Florida.we apprehend"'few;:'of''ouFciti-' :&fc\neMl&tf\ : } .42. ,lNtimbelJy ginia exhibit equal-unanimityP "The voice or
were ExecuLhe fi .
expressed :on .., ,, ,
: : > 33 11"i1t. most exert moral .
.'negroes' have for number of 7y; ears. 'We ''i'z -' \ jfc trj < u:' v Virginia inflaeace uponth
the subject of the tariif anJtbe' ; 'vxtensiou I tt > : )8i\vill'obj t.to' handling! it. ,And I of land assessed horse .
slavery, iu.a fQrmefmessagethata .would r.:admonish ,the ,planters,against ,paying : ,_ i: :acres ,3,150,394; ; nseI3'oLthelniq )'i' p"J; t'
reference such exorbitant priced tar : .it Cot- i if "conrnder th "whofui'; 3 over i J $" ;L:__ : : : _
if to them here,.as embracing his 'present sentiments ; negroes,'_/or they:doio w uojer twpiyears_ ,(41.j neatjCattle, : : .1": ;W..g
ton'wefe; suddenly:to decline they would: de- Cipt;1tf therYVoDi'tJ: ., or
: thereon, would appear to be sufficient.'? nish it have: the best'.right :;t ; 91d22 mules and s sov.er, '$ $
';: '' dine! with,itand, the most, disastrous consequences .' ; aY J1tt\f two years their epa.;from Sax..CayesjUia Dosuni- !

I "- T- .The beautiful '' '/ would ensue:: tin?'advice, !fs :never buy''ne- ,,'itli-it s ia, iiVvJ'i spent.. t.'-1.-rilio's: -"',whoit. -" ."*KD1le .one'ear.., ,.oJ, ..1"iJI. ::23 '.8b en.oVef. 8t :'mQrid ) cans had:pillaged and burned to tae gTOuad two. '
following sentiment '- VffJ
drunk '
was groVwhe'n forthere 1'j and
!they arcUing; high} ; are > .i1f. I Haytien Tillagesv'namedi-PetUe: .Bevereii
i1 ; Standing aLa private st' 11 .ng"de first cfrV| ten, ,chancesjof,their, Ming. ,,to' one*_-their, .rlsTTsssEts The Middle and'W. it t Floridape'l 1 O r.;og l'over,8iJl'B:1: thl'.216 t r\Demo 1armawhch'caueda'< great'- -excitant .
cle" colored elite of New 'Yorl4? \ -" ;-.c."I- *T.I pf ji -1" : ?i-1 ttweH .N...<"t- 1'f.. .. -
fewevenings tP. J --
since :. ,';'. ;', 5W" ,I n., .", ''t .' ',, ;; knov! they/wiljjhaVftVtovwaiy soniei ** aVAux CayesJ sThe'Hayt1"1 :th .11'

Here's io de colored- far sec' -dar 'face need 11.'of vessels built BUILT in.the l United 49- The States whole in" number 1849, is l i time i > before.hey can,get ortherft:carj.' I II rI{ i lf fo'r'hethrpughuhe7b imjtonislunent ,Jbig' at.vttatpoitjbttt;-.. !.r : left bDB. diateJ. t..ro,3tY..t'D. "\

; no paint., dor' head no (;fumcry.V .'" 1,547, of which 53.M.huilt> at New York.. 'I ital to. carry'out tlieir Pcnsacola schemed, !8in"e8a} Ole, him completely. ii -.';r .N.Y.Ezpiul.- ._ '

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and the SHt tMemcfc ;; eiueu., Iin siUG 8T. m Wl.i&ate' ,: f"Wa-il 'i"OI"'w- : "
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ID,California In th'House.otDel" '.mi" ,'dai'' ; Maine, New.Hamftllbtrfi"'M.r h 6tt., NewJeirsey i m i .:I skaU*present : .J. ':.,,:..,,,,." .:.IJ.:;,.:..'.'.fif.", .",
SIX -. .'
ipOrtaBtNW ,'of Oxarles( unt1J' \Itt Ith.itol 1 Pebnsylvania Delaware, Maryland, ;!and votielwi. *. to ttie HOD.lad ..:.:."'.:..:"'.:"':'t-. '' .l', .

tbc Election. 10 7 P.M. lowing series resolutipns,,; hIhwereread Louiaianav*'*- *Texas*** .* 3.and,*.s- .Kratuckythe'Jndges* **'> -* of'. : Probate for;Duval O m "iik'jtesl Iett1 ; ;:; :,.
Niw TOM Jan ,and laid.over'forfuture' i tiWo t. .,".r. the. several courts are apjpowitea:bfrlhe;tecu- .and discharge i ;aa'Adiftfoiatforix F : '.
due from Panama. had 32ilrdjThat the State;-li.J&t11: ceded t V&'i&da: thyjadg sJjtJ,1i g.Co .: ceaSed.i :'<:SA.A.Jt ; : '. :,
'!gte.tuerOregon3 st. FranciscO.: In .Indiana Ttfissoun''and.c1ffgany 'Circuit' I1',7" : .; t _.../
.trived at the above dates At to the United States that partf the'District of ; acksonT, Jt 19. t Jet. ... ,
:- ot election is over and fifteen thouAanIotewre : .C lumbi'mgmally, edwit.h1ii1Ler: : Judges in Indiana being chosen by.the,legislature ::' ---L f. .
'The'State Dnruett has bce -' '' ,1d.ASs Judgkby.the pe' e while : d' 1t1'.tU.' w" ; ';
J Peter IL Lieuten- torial limits in good faith r'a permanent seat aU 7of p. .. .; : -", _._ ,.. ;
Missouri and "
1cD ugal Michigan Judges :
and John of goverftrsBat t for,the Union;, lup nth .except ; 7
1ecttI'Governor, 1V. Wright and Edward integrity'bf'o'z the part of,the-GeneralGoVerimentand the Supreme Court 'd"by.the: people. i ATTORNEY.. ;ANDCPUNSELL01BOAVINQ ; ',': : :. .
'.. nt Governor, George Bepresentatins toDemocrats. aNew i five;J dgeSotthIoirtofcoin.iioiiP1e I. '' '." 'it 1.::: ; : ; )1f.' ,;' ; :
'elected' its strict with'the y .
, 'h1vebeen upon compliance removed his office from Col [ '
ilbert ,They are all .- terms'ef cession in their letter d : &re chosen bjthL ie1ature.,' fiithirteOTStates : :. -
he UI11t6d spirit.--; ( JQLr ntito' Jacksonville:Duval -
United n6ntBhde Island.Connecticut
r -
decisive as regards That the Sthteofy1andne1e&gn4nor Y informs his 1ib
here is nothiDgle& 'North nn L'ScftithCar respEctfnlly friends that
, Sen&tor& did the! General Government at the time of ,Virginia sotaafoi vnthhimyiin the practice of lAW
States the lina Florida Alabama -Mt TeD : : .
entire '
G&rgia '
reigns throughout the essi contemplate the using of,'Ihe. "-
sovereignty brother S.W.SAinX5Soii.
rder : -- / t.
Public ,
could be Ohio and niinois 4he Judges are elected > ;- .. ; ,
at I as IIlnch so as ,over local institutions of, the State of "'31ie".firm\will be;:represented.it'.,ci .' '.
untry by a joint vote of. the two:Houses of the
. .
Maryland. < ; .term of the Circuit Court jD the
> .r .
| in c nseuenet Legislature.and also the Judges of the Supreme\ every :
ted.Labor ls'Onstant1y being cheaper That the:State Maryland is, feeling;position Court Iowa: the of theDistriet Courts' Counties Of:the Eastern Judicial:Cir : -
-nfthe great number of persons coming laws,e jotfiaj/y/, andfou eidvbaZZy a ; Judges 'c nntyoffrniltoninthe Middle
and other beittg chosen by,the,people lii 'New ToMsippI ; :
the mines into San Francisco slavehblding a Southern State. ; ; .The:8upexeonrt. at TaUahassee--and
frO CD1m8 ,.ndcitistO spend the winter That siiy interference by Congress With sh ,and., WisconanilAc. ..," Jadgesiire" .dcctedbytJiep .,-: U.s.Courtat'St.Au. ? ; .: i ; : \I
the rain we have pleasant weather. : very In the District of Columbia' would be :in ople. ? ,. .AU bnzin ntni dto thetf' ,
Except t(( In Connecticut'North; Carolina 'ahd ,MiChgan ?* '. -. .
Indian sumwr is now prevailing. : violationofthe, 1thUCd conditiols of the celsionthat .the' receiveprompt attention.! .. \
1 thesovereignty jurisdiction: thereby the age required. as a,qualification'fdr .AddeS. : ,'& S.'W.S ) ;
office of Senator is 21 je in Maine Pennsylvania -' ---- "* :
FATHER: MATHEW. conferred'should never be exercised to the vital : "S Cbo !iU .Duval (?,
1 injury of the State of Maryland and the Maryland, GeoFIorida1ndaflu, ,, : .
Charleston papers publish the letter of < ; Illinois.andlowS,2. ,;' in Delaware, &IabamandLeni i':" ito ).EBT ,
The opinion of this General .Asseably, whenever 't .. .. EkKJack$1niI1I. :
2V Hampshire n'
to Judge Lumpkin. The re- Congress shall violate these conditions the i a ;. in\New. eJ.'lONn. ;
Father Mathew so : .
Massachusetts, New Jersey, .Virginia, South E.: ,: : .;
disclaims all intention sovereignty.over the District of Columbia
earnestly ,
Terend gentlemo institutions of the ought legally.and of right revert to the Slate.of Carolina, Mississippi, Texas;Arkansas Tte'nnes- COMMISSIONER OF ;Dtsos.for AJ
with the see and Missouri 30 ,ia.Rhode Island
of interfering Maryland.That Ohio, ;. t} -
country and his rejection of the advances of the State Maryland loves and values New York and Kentucky, 33.. 'Virginia. Ar- (jreorgia, South :Carolina,:. #

the abolitionists, at the north, entitle him to the the Union for the glories of the past, the ftapK JanSu.qualification and Ohio i ;thiage fot of 25 years.is ill required Rhode Carolina' and, Virginia., S ;;

as all must know isle ness of the present, and the high destinies,assigned as Representatives; .Ti4 '185O. .11'-
of the people Island New York inW .
confidence Kentuckyand
it in the future and she believes that ao ,. D e : _. ,. .' .
the cause of temper- Missouri 21 'and ia all the' of the
object is to years, .
truly Atii rican and heart would wishto : '
patriotic BLA< :
States 21 is the qualification with
years ,
Judge Lumpkin .
He disturb the
.fltA san great comoromises which have '
-;ujn rfTing Honor to the converga.tion madeand'can alone sustain and'preserve itj nor course.as, the case may nethe, requisite'residence A'7n&BItish
I held with Mr. Garrison in the 'Adams would willingly use the powers of the ,Federal .4 .. .'.[P7. lade p h N,. s.1,. Qeartcrll-: vI ; <
I vainly thought my solemn declaration Government for the purpose Df oppressing.,or .OWIMO to the late revolntioriJ and, eo I :
House Boston bbtlic
The of Mr.C
of being firmly.resol ved not to interfere trampling upon the rights and interests of any : personal appearance revolutions among the nations of ,'
in the slightest degreewith the institutions of the States. Speaker thus described in tbeJDemocratic Review have followed ea other in such quick-.
of this mighty Republic would have That we'will not believe the Congress of the : sion,and of which. "tkc end is rift:"yet" .

been amply sufficient to calm the anxieties of nation contemplate any such unholy: purpose; "He is a handsome tan;with a,'very' agreeable ding periodicals' of Great Britain'!have

the most sensitive American. :I now, dear and that the ferment upon the subject of slavery spice bDnAommie in his countenance and invested with s degre of' interest

. .even and honored Judge, renew this declaration, and is the work short-sighted and selfish demagogues figafe, both of which are round, butpc rnl.- known.' They ?occupy ;middle;: gro

I most respectfully urge that no man who tnjoys and fanatics seeking a political advancement His hair is brown curling thick and closed 'upon tween tae hasty,disjointed and 1 V Vt1

limself freedom in this emphatically free coun- to infamous distinction. his forehead; eyei blue; complexion ruddy; perfect records of the newspapers,and -1
can require more from one who has meek- That the extreme alternative to which the 1 cheks and throat ful;ahd chin short but turn- orate; and ponderous:treatites tube. -* 4.

try ly come, amongst you to advocate the high and State -of Maryland, in common with her sister ed as with the chisel. of an accomplished artist by the his nan at future. day.. : .' 1
in his hand States of the South with whom she is indissolubly reads these periodicals obtains a "
holy cause of Temperance, bearing endeavoring to express jovial good fellowship i ,,
the pure and spotless white banner, with the I allied by institution, interests, and sympathies intelligence and gentlemanly refinement in the connected account of all the impoftant i : V V
divine motto inscribed, 'glory to God on high, would be driven in the event of a disturbance cut of that feature He weighs about two hundred events of tb. old world, :as they occur oJ

on earth to Men.3 of the treat compromises of the Constitution ahi is of medium height. learns the various' conclusions drawn

jeace ortf the abolition of slavery in the He speakes rapidly, with vehemence-, and, in a by the leading spirits 6f the age. :The ; V < .
District'of is too for can Publishers therefore deem it ; V '
Columbia painful contem- clariontoned voice and always makes points a- proper
tEVE&AL J.A.c1tSoThe little circumstance plation, but it .is"one from which, if presented, gainst his adversaries. renewed attentiou'to.the .narrated below, which is said to have occurred she will'not for an instant shrink, but meet and the very low prices at which \they V rOf,',

After theba.ttleof the 8th of January, 1815, with the same spirit of firmness which characterized ENO&UOC& LAND SALE!-According to the fered to'subscribers., The following .is .
strikingly characterizes Gen. Jackson. It re- her when she fought through the com Commissioner of the General Land office duringthe list viz:. :; ; ;f

feeLs credit not only on himself but on the mon dangers the whole country to the ton- fast year upwards of six millions'of acres of. THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, ) V j

country. I I summation of this -great Union. land were advertised for sale and more .than THE EDINBURGH REVIEW Ifi

'In the year I824our, informant mat, at the. six and a kalf millions\ are prepared for market,a V V V V
table of Sir George Airy, many distinguished great part of which will be proclaimed during ,' .
Englishmen tbea in Paris. The conversation SLAVE TRADE IN CUBA.-We take the follow the ensuing year.. THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW,: : '
turned upon the than pending presidential e- ing article from the New York Sun of the 19th ANDBLACKWOOiyS < V

lectionand fears were expressed,that, should instant. We all know that the African slave A Lady tn TroyN. P", ii ko had beakgifan 'EDINBURGH ..:

Gen.Jackson be elected,the amicable relations trade is still carried on in Cuba, but few know by JUT physicians,fault us the fOUDf: V
between, the two countries might be endangered the extent of the traffic. What opposition can TROT, May 15, 184 In these periodicals are contained the' ) ;

in consequence of his high handed exerciseof treaties present to the cupidity of the Spanish MR.Fowi>E--Ia October last I took a violent moderately, though:clearly and firmly .
authorities of that Island 1 which settled sed.% of the three great parties mE *
power, as evinced during his command at old on my lungs and produced a
? .New Orleans. ,The necessity the part of our There arrived in this city yesterday, by the hacking cough, accompanied with night sweats, ry, Whig, and. .Radical' -"Blackwood"" ; .b

, dnformant'jOf replying to these observationswas, steamer Northeraer, about thirty Spanish Portuguese which reduced me very low. A few days after "London Q artenj are Tory the"BdI ; 0 1,
superseded by the prompt and generous outbreak I sailois. formerly belonging to a slave I was taken I employed one of Oar best physicians Revi i" Whig; and the"Westminster ;
C LiberaL The "North/British Review"
I. of one of the guests, CoL Thornton of the ship, engaged iu carryiug slaves from Africa to but received no help but I tried another I
Sthan, officer well known for his gallant character Cuba, in open violation of the laws of Spain but with no better success, and finally a establishment to ,the :last great ': .
and whese regiment suffered severely in the and the treaties of the United States, England, third still growing worse all the while. At movement in Scotland, and is not ultra .

.attack of the 8th of January. He testified in and France, with that nation, and with the this stage or the disease was reduced so lowas views on any oneof.: the grand c : ; : V ci

the handsomest terms to tie conduct of Gen. sanction if not at the contrivance of a provin- to be unable to turn myself in btdor, sit .up I human knowledge; it"was originally; : V 'V V
cial Governor of Cuba.V e will give facts.- while bed Dr. Chalmers, and now, since his death I
Jackson, as an amicable and faithful commander my was made. My physicians finall
on that occasion, and declared that had he Some months ago, a slave brig, bearing the gave me up and said that I had the consumption ducted by his so' '.in-law,DrHannai V

.not used tie power confided to him in the high- Spanish same, Franklin and a Portuguese and that there was no help for me. My fnends with Sir David Brewster. It literary ;: \
name Euacuto with two complete sets of advised Balsam ter isofthe :very highest order. The '
handed way alluded to,New Orleans would in- paper me to try Wistars of Wild .
fallibly' have been captured. As to the charge and colors, Spanish and Portuguese, as circum- Gfcerr?, but the Doctors objected, said that it minster,"though reprinfttf aer that' ill :

of implacable hostility, CoL T.declared that in stances might require, and two crews and cap- wonid only hurry me-out of the would;Ifinal; is published,in England under the title V '

all.the intercourse by.flag and otherwise, be- tainSjSnanish aad Portuguese, left Rio for San- ly procured a bottle and by using three.bottles "Foreign Quarterly aid'.Westminster,7' : 4 4t
: tween the.hostile commanders. Gen. Jackson : ga.hton,near Cape Lope, on the coast of Africa I was restored to perfect health: ing in fact a union of the two" Reviews'

.had been peculiarly courteous und humane.and There the brig received 396 negroes bringing MRS SARAH LAW80N. ly published and reprinted< 'under 8' ot; .J
361 ofthem to t Cuban Province of tles. It has therefore the advantage I V
preceded to state that'on; the day after the battle Holquin45 For sale by, ,
,'the British were permitted to bury their having been smothered on the passage-where .. T.O HOLMES, &"Co. combination n of uniting in one work the V "
the was now tm shore the live landed li tures of both as heretofore issued. : < -
.: -dead Jyig beyond a certain lint a hundred brig negroes ynckznvflle, Florida.M V ..t
,und the crews to keep them from The above. Periodicals. .are. Venrinted, .
yards m advance of GentratJackson7 entrenchment teliiag ---. "--': "---;- -- -;-ICork --- V
-all within that tine being buried by the tales in Cuba, shipped by the American bark ia s Cou n) M lII ILU()N.J. UDm l& l) on t eir arr :H -' .

Americans themselves. ':As soon as the melancholy Albertto Charlestonfrom whence they came to DL SEt'H W.FoWLE ish steamers,.in beautiful. clear type : ; '

this city, as we have stated. white paper,and faithful. copies,of. :
duty was performed, General DA SIR -This may c erflfy that I am about I. i
"was surprised at receiving a flag, with the The 354 negroes .were immediately sold for seventy-five years of age, was born and,have nals,1flackwOodiMagain being D an ; : ,

.' swords, epaulettesand{watches of the officers 271 doubloons. or$467 50,thedobloon being always resided in this town. In October 4:,' sinikoftheEdlhbnrghcditi** ; V :!'

who had fallenand, a Dote from Gen. Jackson, 17-and of this sum,or for each negro< the :I took coldantlriix months 1. was afflicted, i" 'TEBJI&' .,.' V .'-.

couched in the most courteous language, saying Governor,'Cheruty, or Holquin, Cuba received with the iuftuenza and the wont cough I .have Foranyon'e'of the fourftevie'w3,, ,, V '
that one 1'air of epaulettes missing,but diligent one or more doubloons. The affair is mown to ever experienced;during my whole' life. :Myself .' For any twoJ do. t

' search was making,and when found they but few in Cuba for tbeconsignees ef the slave and friends had strong doubts ofiny-ever Foranythre ; dp., .7,00ForallibutbftneRevfews : .
8 ould' Thesearticles brig lost no time in sending from the Island every r.
.sentn.! -always con- recovering. I got a bottle Schenck's Syrup; 8,00
, sidered.fair objects of. lnnder-'Were rescued witness liable to give inteligence of it.V e it done me no goed I then applied to a physi-. BlMkwood's. Magazine. .'.3,00

by Gen.-Jackson and thus handed \twer, with a give, continues the San the facts to confirm cianwho, prescribed me'several 'times but For Blackwobd and,three Beviews 9,00 : ; ) V :
; request that they might be transmitted to the what we have loug ergei, thai Cub ig being did not care me. At last my physician advised For. Blackwood and font Beviews:-10,00 V V .f.

;' rcbtives of the gallaat"cers to whom they had flooded with negro slaves with the knowledge of me to take Dr. Wistar's Celebrated Balsam .Payments" > to,'' "bUmtuit' 'V ""LiIO1ZUZ i' ia Ul :*

'. belonged.TWs the Spanish authorities, and" England_ .the Wild Cherrr.which has performed .so many remarkable ; V ,
anecdote, anti the frank and soldier latter power conniving at the infamous traffic, c. -. I did" so,' nd1believethat. y cLUBBma.. : ; F

like style in which it 'was given, ttrrnei the in order that a sufficient negro population may sa1'ed'my life, my cough left me 'entirely, whenI Four copies'of a tor'aIl: the above V 3

'whole ctrrent of feeling in favor -df the General be accame'atedlm CubaVo;, be let loose and overpower had taken a single bottle. I am now enjoying :Will be sent to one address. payment df ..

,: ,and drew forth an eJpres'lSion of applause the whites, the t'ment they attempt the g&JJ health. Ifl ever again have a 'similar at:- ular,subscription: for. tnree- the f : V '.

? from all parts or the table. For myselfsaid our independence of that Island. Every day is hastening tack or my family, I shall,'immediately .resort beinggram V V t V

t',' informant, felta flushxm ihy cheekanda a'thrill ; the certainty of such an eventand Englandhad to Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry."' The *.*Bemittances and communications
off ride through bosom and in feeart I rather see a wholesale butchery of the Cubans :
mj my physician who recommended this Balsatd to me be always addressed, postpaid,; .
thanked the old Geoferal proving by this cHval- ,aad the negro t"a.in possession of Cuba, was induced to do so from his own personal: obervation publishers. : V V .) V

leU act that defenders of ourcomntr were then to see the Island freed,or annexed to the and experience in using it: One very ;LEONARD SCOTT, &t:CO, :: : : _X..>W*'

. above the.sordid feelings of mercenary 'war United States. strong case of cure of a young totac'occured in ,.'9 FuLWA .SiKKdr.New y is
fare.' The United States Government will find toolate .V :
, this immediate vicinity,of :Wbieh Dr. Homan. Entrance'54. .J.. <
that it took a step of folly) and injury to, informed me. V
Cu.L-The Havana Diario of December 19 itselfjUnd the cause of freedom, when it inter- EPHRABf SANDERS. NEGBOESTO 'HLBE.rflHE "

: says that nine Spanish vessels of war will speed fered with ofCaba.a supposed A few organization hundred (or the liberation None genuine,unless signed ButTS on'the Subscriber fw'-for.h' five" : I V

more cargoes wrapper. JL hands who uI&do*eIl : 1J V '"
ily be on the coast Havana, from Europe, of negroes on the Islandand England will show. king ; w V
For sale by. berar turpentine business; Also a1D1 : : V : A
among which are the-Ship of the line Soberana her hand an insurrection ef the blacks will !. '
T.O.HOLMES &Co. woman who'.is good Cook, and:a' > |
call her
out and
frigate Esperanza, corvette Villa de Bilboa brig mediator,!he will sympathy obtain,possession stepping of the island as a Jacksonville.; ---;Florida.. .t .. .' t >.,. '>,t ft who has' .served as ChAm --'matd* V V ".:':
Valdez, and steamer Colon. This reinforce be hired out by the month, on 1i liberal V
Nothing can avert such an issue but "
a powerful "Ho,few who think alright among the thinkIng immediate ;application mad at B i\tn; ,
ment will unable the Spanish Government to rl-o nizatioR of Cubans, and friends of Cuba few V V .V
/ .Cox's HoteI to .. ;
assume something like aa important attitude in and out'of the Islandandan an early effort on How manj tliink, but. only thinkthejJ': ,. -JOHN., ) ; VV ,
in the West Indies. their part to drive out Spanish despotism and : VV. V V
January 12th 1850. : : V VI
EnclJsh knavcrt.. Such an Ol't\'a.niut.tnn.. willhave .... a .y V
--- -- ---- -- ----- -- V V
. the best wishes of the American people.- bove exclamation is..on'no;subje t more'fully -': Bi V ', :.
COMING TO IT.-The Richmond Whig thug exemplified than on that:of:.health. But'few 's 1" :4b. ; :" ?;'' ':11

comments on the Free Soil position! GovernorFish's t.OdKt.A give it a single thought t and fewer,still reflect. B'ynu.TUE.ofthe power vested 'ia ; ',;i." '\M is;:":" <
correspondent of the New York Express -* upon it with ttia!observation and-,good, sense : t1 ; and '..: ;: "' i
Message to the New York Legislature; ., ,writting from Havana on the 9th ultimo]; which matters 6f min r consequence receive -. .for sale at'Fort'PIeft&.lthere; ( >,b : : ::-'j.' ; ;, V :1:

"We have nothing to object to. the tone and says: *. ,. v, observation ,teadbed :the. ..fact'that: .. Osgood's -. 'HAuseia tbe-eddnty of StLuaeJ.;in tL ;'.,',.V. '
temper of the Governor: cf New York on this The Governor is becoming evidently very un India Ch
vexed question. He is courteous enough.- populareven among the Mess classes here,some dy in:Fey6r and Ague good'sense would Purely ofO .tiel'fAD.!1849;'betweett the :: ,;:.' ,;

Neither do we object to the avowal of the sentiment of whom have.been represented!as.'extremely ,indicate its prompt. and immediate. use. .t sales the,following described tract.of : .'V V :.: .J.
which we have copied above. All we and frightfully rebellions, &',their: exemptionfrom 'Z' To be fouict'Si, :,80 tA11 h.. '. P1the.State* :V-VV. VI

have to say is.that if the Northern people have' the.society assembled vice-palice.. .', ?,T.o..nOLME5&'Cci'. tr.Taxes, .assessed !'thereon for the'" : VV t; .: V :,1

come to the determination declared by.Governor In fact, nothing but, the strong"military force Jacksonville. '. :.E.:lion-la._. ;. ..; _'. '_ ., :u i' _" I and 1848/unless. the Taxes Aereo' and -', V. ,: .
FISh that there shall be no' more'Slave States aided with an active police, and secret spies, I are paid before theday;of saleV to wit> V V'<. V V -

admitted into the Union we are prepared keptrebel1ionfrobj4out., .'The :sugar MARINE INTELLIGENCE. !, c land containing;3600 acres of Ja d 1 I ; V; V, V f*
once for a dissolution of that Union.' We do crop will be immense that is;it will exceed one being iIi'th'e said county Of>.8t'LJa : : ;; V ,

not intend to argue the question; But if the million' fiyehnadred thousand boxes.: .The':cof PORT'_OF:JACKSONmiiE;JAN.;)9. aMarniatt'iTslnd":situated nest Caj V .<\; .' V V

South to be denied'equal rights. and."privileges .fee crop will be a faildre, nd the temperature. is ral.Jlith. Riveras'or Indian Biter" '. '
the Union that fathers established no not lavprablqtopw .the, : BNTERED : V V. :
our ,r.u' .. growthof' bean.; The to'Don Jnan, Mclntosh by.the Spwiak : V
longer exists." prospects of speedy improvement; ;commercial Jani4. rb&Or ner'N,.tYort; f. ment the 18th pf Mayr in the 1ear.l : 4i-'
ffsecertain.a. thfl nnfont/nnw..,! In 4 u" 'hP1'. ,I"I.urJfI'Jt ft.rn'"T..lu- me d and laid"off toTfaid Mclntosh : ; : : I ..
j f 5* -y -' -- ----- mmtf f MT ".- ; :.: r
I la the Pennsylvania House of"Representativeson hand:from Europe-are immense.. Freights are DCUAflED... '.' J.F..crntb: 2d.De;; .," : .'! ".,' ,. ',- "-.:.
UO5YCAZ1dbeUCrprices',both ., Europe bs e bytheplatand 'survey 1 (; I V '" .y.
and resolutions
series of
Wednesday a preamble :
JiO.SthoueA toinette Browtr
and the .United ta&ero now being'obtained: ,: aaid3,600 1O3rCU50& .: }
were offered Senators
their :
calling J. .
upon '.' .
and Representatives in Congress,to use all hons 'fl:4: ".,'-' '---- --f_J ._'/ ; :..wonce.' '*--:: --j > .county. to'.HMcInt j4r : :.V -.:..rlf,.-,5.,:" -*

orable means to cause to be signified to the Austrian The Enjipire! :'City has. brought', baciseveralenterprising isiereby giy ito oftpersons 6xwr- Asnonni due for. aie4tor'cc' .'1847t>',. : >":. :-': J1; ': <
NoT .a. -u 1849 ,): ff1. :
Government disapprobation the American i :Baltimore ..hunters'and i that ,', ., ,." ,' l .
:gold altho'ng onMoadaythe llth day of Feb,. -.'. ". .Addoe' : .t.: ***..f> g" .I
r. : -
: .
people entertain the course pursued by.that dBtinguished as active: business .1 >... .'.' '. .
,; : :'meu, 1iWi nexlwiUappy to the U.Felix Livingstpn -, ;;; l;! ''_\ ). V ;.'
Government.:towards the 'brave in ait ._ 0 : ".7. A. ., .. ...".. 'f" .
Magpie they bringquite J tor'-tli .
uofavorablereportof their dgeV of Probate ; county of Daval, I (.' :'C41ll i'Jl.i siof Bt -0 'J : t" ,. F:';
their patriotic struggle for political.liberty as abroad. VNot one has ,: ,; \ ';: r 4i.
success brought back sufficient f6?;,1a.TOtO lt"tb'e{ rPi p r"f b lonzj Dg :td :
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well as.to use their exertions for the diontinu&nce to pay his'eXp D8:8t ,.independent theloss to-. the :Efitote of James.;Long deceased or soinucEthereof t.I. '_ 7ti. ... ,. .
Ii1e pjetpxraed
oC'all .diplomaUo in eh of, time. They,. however,. seen,aatisfiedwiUit1ieir.tripJ s wi1lbonecearytopay, the T' :&.L The* "b ,<.fci H ".- i ..J/;:.; lt. }'-":;;

Court of.Vienna,until the Indepeadsnceof the :' and do/not" ;regreithat-:.they. ,outstanding-debts,Estate. ? W J''i' .jo .firstfirst._,MO4aTaJUUkS.'" ... .> ndxt.. .-" ...". ; V, '- .,. If
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; ; f'f:! :1 7'.{ i "' f 't,Uttk: O\m':'ESTABLISHMENTvja /: 'I I j she immedJatelll'-n'to?regain her txeafftb ,

\ ATLANTIC & OU1 ,JtAILIWAD COMPANY: ,' { i'IIi'THts 1 .; I" .1. 1ii 'of l teT; deg" "' ro "K'N. irs;'. her:do1I pJalnt left icr,'and after taking jmj _

I"lS'h/ r bl'xiotite1 katit'1s\ ,{heInte:I Jon T ,' and'is'now reopened, for the ?receptiojpf' cqriPpany1' l ;ral, 'bottles she 'Isxeet .' .B I..ath _.1_-.

a ; Atlantic anGut1flroaa''\ Compi : : :' '* :: '.,.** i.-"I:* -" or. >r/ *: I U case thought it'mlgti'dQ good.tapnbliili ft ,1Sheused

I ic apply forarncnacnthits' :heChirtei4of : WS T tl 1J1.r. irp ON ; "Th< well earned reptetipp i wlucnlils':ffousVias : : a number. of'reaedieit_that done'i"' ;

the etnie. U ,g.. f the' .GCI&. the tst.to dayII t1 1 x t 9& lock .. "'acquired' ,'..1t'is thei te. t1 1 of the presentproprietor a $ $ {IQ. 'previously-- / : Yourerespectinuy,, .1
; nt.ASsenibll of Florida.1' *": .::', : : in.JacksonvUlc,,East Florida 4( \ W srctairi;." '" )10'r '73vEyery ::: ; .I R sI ._JOHN>.' L' '. 0' .,.87Nono1k-e, _. <. ,. :(
Noytmber 24 1849.: 2Di., j ? i iCO J ; ,
; 'wiUb extendedfiottwtsr '
J : Vaccommbdatibn' -
Separate rooms will. be fitted Up.tothe ac "' .
Lads and' : 'Invalids* traveUertand/others "will I U .TO.TD&.LADIE5 f
Blaster's,Sale, ;of Valuable alD mrnodation'ofyog esi1thte'
instructed ..n&bigiierbran'ch find Vila;hduse"desirable 'It*t8 t 1faCth .GREAT i' M1uriI JiillNR' "J
> t :1t. -: Est te. *L they will :be in'.t1 Elementary S I'ii .. .
I tle4 s tit-r 175 : e162i'with '. : : : ,"
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; of:ati =E g1ish"and< ; P-k'pii- I ;
) B Y' VIRTUE: fa decretal order :of ftfeDistrict -' :Education;and,fypung; "'menl will, be1 f fitted for 'I courtyarfii J- Cr'ant'' ,"iaid.! 'BfifeteaCfromhor t. / V :10. IL' D .TownsraD's SAisAPAaniani a'eOT tii"-\ I
Court'of tEe',United States'for:'the : i speedy cure for.incipient coniumtionI'fothe f
College' for professional ,jn the LatinliidGreek : 8 wirids.' Th&lr6onisa e eligibly iStua- ., > :
Northern District Florida. '(; made onthe'Uthdaybf classics, j''and-in' the :Philosophical,and. 'i+nyl,!large and'irj,> !*T jf*building' ? whether the
< [ .June, 1849. the.undersigned, a Master nees.t i .. D i in'iiew.- 'Thl1 se bniltbfOodIslath d : liiItofijb rejit a'accident .
Math Di.u.t1calscl : .
) in,Chancery,of said. .nrtW111 offer for.sale'at: ,,- '>, t-'t *.--r.r,. -,? 'Did ; "I'o.'w ik1'it. is nt; i-' ;' msiMEDiq: was n paxed byt&r giil r or. ;.causes, produced by.i ;) I .t

public auction :before the Court House, in the Arransrments; 'pr &itor'th--; .:-" 7' '" --1'- .:; Piiysicijii4! ia .. lt6f 1i iteii.stve j'"." > .._:

Town Jacksonville, hthecounty, jofJuVal, ,,THK.tEAR will be s divided intoTfoiir quarters, With the. 'advantages combined- ';Hhe! practicelpf Beveral'yearsVin'albiliousellJmate : 'NothingVcan be moreiiurprisuig"thn-iti .'f j
I t 'JV edn&sifay the sixthly of' February f t, of about '12'weeks:eacu, with' tntervenuig:vaca' present >opnetresYMr many J s8' : TJibse; 'bVe"USedit'seeii ;: ( lft' 'bi" fgorating efects :: IJiumn (nme' 1 .i

the" following real estate'of George 'Kingsley,' tions.,..Th ,day will have twb( sessions:.the first-, 'patronizing p the house that her'exertions 'will ;' i1saaliiaFy'; .: kts'npOTtrothcirsV;neel no' I sons,all:weakness and:Iaz&tudim"i \jn.
deceased to .wit.; -. .. -"' .' from 9 fo' 12 M,! 'arid the isecondi'from 3 to:5'P. be. *to"please-;. '. -f.,. --"--r -?- ', ;| ]!. ![farthfer5'etidence" Iisgreat falne1 '*Th health :at once become' robrist' arid full breneri :!Ij
A DRAYTQN: 'ISLAND. M. i.Wednesday mornings'will be appointed to .,4:1 '''V '- respectfully.l' ''?!.._".- :. ;!of thouMrids 'has; Jetn; jperfeclly1 restored ;bthifftriediciriewhensall / ;its influence. It immediately couritmc& '

r r ,e-e'C1-es.''in English'composition- and'declama 'ery', : f: "-. ': > '.THE-PROPRIETORc''. [ .other; remiediei. have i nervelessness'.ofthe." female franie/Trnicli is tk
i Situated on Lake,George, ;.containing,seventeen tion. ;; ;j. 'st.'iiustiii"e\ O tt20'1849:' ""?;"i1:' *! ': !1 U d! Its operation fs not simply'toeusperid.theMJsease : great cause 'of barrenness.ItTWillno u

t hundred ((1700)) acres.more orless-valuable After the first term, nc pupil willbereceived, ''N"B: Attach', dt ;the h u'seis;fllth.blixig,- :j : for)Tliniebut, ] id f jurify the: ;syiitemfand. : ;: e'xpected',9f PS*.in(cases_rf h;
its situation 'the its and .. ;
for of '
quality son except at drneVr the beginthoftEe session, \ horses : 'boats" and 1l fix : sfore!t"fo soXndand.perfect health,1 .delicate a nature,to.exhibit iptes.o onea
'carriages., s ponies .,
for; its orange, 1 lemon/arid citron,p-o ., fv and no pupil for less th'ari one term. tures for'ei urSlo, s.'' ,' -oct,: ;27-'2rariBoor ; A onatt"'Treatise on the caus"' treatmentafidc'ure'o'f performed, but;''we'can assure.thVafflicted tiS

: FORRESTER'S' ? .. ,. ,' ." .. fevjerand iu 'btherdiseases' fbilious'"elfmates htmdreda of haTb
S' POINT. ,. ) ; : -- : .1 cases reported ttt ut.'I1rfLToWli8END
,ttc r HI J 1. iJ o : s .,! : : : .:. '
r : .' 1 .may .be had'gratis of the undersigned. :, My wife being
; Situated on'the StJohns River about sixteen Beading Writing and Arithmetic$6,00 and Shoe Store I' ,' greatly di|>
j"*";-1 t'' ; i : teessed,by-weakness and,.general debility
I. ,&
miles below Palatkacontaining about six hundred Higher Engli8hsluuie6; 8,00 :THE 'hiving takVri '
\ ; i Also vn I IOns certificates from men'of the suffering cbntinually .by udjaitH oi
((600).):acres, more or less'; ,V. 'Philosophical Classical studies, -.J 10,00 'up* .his. residence'permanently''inJaCksonville highest i respectability, testifying "to the great difficulties, having known cascs'irli t
ere t
the '
of tuition according to y
:. BUENA.' VISTA.., One half' the price iri'advance IJt "'"" : ,- 'respectfully'inform!'\ II efilcacy'of, this_ medicine; ran be,seenori. : 'application medicine ha&' effected ,great) cures;' and ,.
will be expected 4is'now ,
t he
studies the ; ; .
pursued public preparedtoscarry"bn
4 '
Situated' to"' it,
; ded
near Forrester's Point, containing .., ; hearing rec mme for snch cajeata lL4
and the balauce the idor eachjterm. the Boot and ShoO business all 15
one'thousand ((1000))acres more or less with an Board will be provided in Town at reasonable its branches. As be obtains'all his ..materialsdirecUy in : ; 'IT.::b. HOL1ES&CQ.,1: des ribed{ I obtained a, bottle otyo'Crhtrut

orange grove,upon it, and I ,. .. Agents for Jacksonvilleand..Jacksonville.FebV2'4.4849. : .Yiczity.' of Sarsaparilla arid followed the directiosiio
rates per month, for u'pis.roJI1} the country ,from,"N ew:1)rW hi will be nabl d'to ; : me.J 'In short
t :' SAN JOSE ,PLANTATION and who may desire : .. :0nit gave period it removed Fef. _
;' arid Parents Guardians furnish''custom" at a much less price and' I ; : I J:7-- '.'". ,rtt ". plaints arid :restored hereto fctaltlt r u.
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Situated in Duval County, on the River St to avail themselves of the facilities tof.this of far,superior quality thanvhas''hitherto been DR/TOWnSEND'S' COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful.'for.' ''benefits- ipl *
'* . she'received'IU1
sit mlles.from Jacksonville tbe 1'ottheir.chlldr.enand Hd -- 'u .
Johns containingthree Institution for accessible to his fellow citizens: utitthat"the t--- Mur tin '
hundred ((300)) acres more or less of which 'others,'.my' be ,assured that no, exertion patronage ;which has already been etended 'S RSAPAn LLA. fo'the ckOwiedgitgjtjjdml 'reoaV-,

about one hundred and seventy-five acres are will be spared to ensure' the health comfort and to him and for which he takes this occa a" 'tThisExtractiSpu ,up in :.quart lottlss-itiasixtimes 'M dingIt: D.MOORE, priblid ,

open for cllltiv tioD. On the place is a dwelling progress in knowledge of aH' who may. ,be sion to return his sincere thanks, will."be Etillcontinued. Reaper,'pleasant ,;\warranted: su- cor;.ofGnd&'LyAlbanyAug.1844 :., ,

house with necessary out buildings, &&, entrusted to tbe care'ot't-be Principal. TO't': J "_}? eri r'toiyaold.t'urcs; : diseases without .J'Tj '

&c. The above phces offer great inducementsto RUFUS K. SB WALL",Principal.N. .. Repairing of all kinds executed with,neatness vomiting;purging,sickenwg or debilitating the patient MOTHERS[AND,MARRIED AEILS -

purchasers, being healthy andy pleasaut'y B. Pupils in Town,Twill expected to 'and despatch,'directly,opposite the BIL .nndis particularly adapted! fora '" q'8! EXt r oanapari11aha8 been express

situated immediately on the'River St. Johns provide seats and desks.' .Chairs are recommen- LARD SALOON in Bay Street ,1, ''_ ._ l) I FALL AND:'WWTEK MEDICINE. ]prepared: :in reference to female] compWats

with fertile lands bearing many of the tropical! ded. [Republican copy.] 't- ..BENJAMIN'.G.-MILLSH; :, I The great ;.b a u j4 and'' superiorUy of.this Sar "No.femalewhohas; reason to suppose she is a reproaching I

fruits, some of them already in a growing state! May 19, 1S49. tf .Jacksonville, Sept. 8th;1849.; v.6m :1 ,- saparilla'oyer all Other remedies: it_era-j) that erUisalperipd, ''the.turn of life!*

TERMS. IIOVJBJL. .. .; .> {,dicates disease. ,,invigorate the : should. .neglect to
I JACKSONVILLE, ...I .- R.' B.. REID &. -. 'CO." ,- > ." "J.' 'ttfi .body,qnsumpion.cured, of the ,numerous!land horrible
One third cash-balance in and -
three years, with interest,. to be one secured, two _by : ESSRS.. R. -R.' REID &; CO..'haying leased K., "3 H cleans ,strengthen' ,, diseases to '.whichj females..are, subject .Ubi.
M consumption anbe-cured, time of life. This
lli.i.Utl period be )
may delayed for
: bond of the purchaser, and, mortgage on .the the Wharf dhObuilding8attachedare ; '
SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease now prepared: in Onn ctio1i with their ..bronochitis. consumption, liver complaint. several years byusing this medicine. Nor is it

;: premisas.. GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS THE ihe. Hoter formerly occupied by Mr. DRY GOOD,' GROCERY: HARDWARE .colds coughs, catarrh 'asthma, spit- less valuable for: those who axe"approacbizig

: Master in WOOD respectfully solicit a.continuation of AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- sting ofblood.'sorenf' sin h chest, womanhood;, a& it is calculated to assist: nature i

""' St., Augustine. Nov.24, 1849. Chancery.9t the extended patronage which has hitherto MENT. do a GENERAL 'COHMISSIOk, j1 '. .f hectic flusl ,night sweats, diffiaj by quickening the :blood :arid invigoiiitiig'tbesysteff !

been bestowed upon this well known estab BUSINESS. : ; cult profuse cxpecSi .'. ..Indeed:this medicineis'invaluable for

; .. lishment. In order the better to merit it they established --:1', / ,.' .- .torationandpain. all the diseases which women are subject.

i To. all Clamants of Private Grant have enlarged 'and thoroughly repaired the Their ratesi charges bytheSavanjnah : .: ..:; '. r inthe&ide.&c.. It.braces the :.whole system- renews permanently

j{ LANDS IN THE STATE ,OF FLORIDA. building, and adopted many improvements to They are.the. Agents'.of' the U S. Mail .have: .and the naiural energies-by removing'the 1
the health and comfort of their guests.The can becured. impurities! :of the bo 1y-.iiot.'.to f r.sHn.umtiDg
promote this d"are 'no'ir
is hereby given to each and. Steamers at l place, a enabledto
| 'N'OTlCE every the house will certainlydeem .the_system.as .to duce a 8ubseq-qent'elua-
f Claimant'of the said Florida Grants that old friends of offer every facility to'tIie'M. r hanWPlanter .
; Messrs. it an advantage that the table will be un- and the Public ,.1' ;Probably there never was a remedy that ha s ,tipn,.which is the case.o?most medicines takes
I the respective Surveyors David If.J generally.
been successful in despcratecases of .for female weakness and diverse.DISEASE .
of experienced : ,
der the superintendence an consumption .
[ Burr Ralph W. Norris, Alexmder.l\lcKay. and Goods consigned to their carewjll be received -
flatter themselves : as thiS it cleanses-and strengthens, the OF,THE
aid ; HEARTtrRUP*
Hostess whose. they : :
by !
,Arthur Randolph have been appointed by ,. and forwarded with desp h: -
\ : Hotel in the system andappears to heal the ulcers on the ,TUREAND.DROPSXPU .._
be rivalled _
not by
any ;
: undersigned to survey said lands, and have they shall Their Store,.Office arid Warehouse are situated -
the constant steam lungs and the tients'gradually regain their EWf'oJ,
South being now enabled by july,22jl846. .
I been assigned to.their. several.fields of convenient the Wharf., :
J operation communication with Savannah and Charlestonto E.'F' } usual health and strength.' -. .Vs.., ;TOWKSEND-Dear and are now ready to.enter on their duties Palatka 1 St.. River :, January 3
been with
have the'advantage of the, fine markets of l' "J CURIOUS. CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There .>a ,disease, of.the. heart-and i
i : ., to the business 1849. ly ;with terrible. rupture for.over fifteen
> .' All those titles who have those Ciiies. In.additioniliejrbring isicarcelyad y passes but there are. ; years,
holding a rightful
or '
1 in an experi .. many'years, which will number of cases; Consumption reported as; the greater .part',of \\ib e".time.- She.lisa been!
claim to of the.lands
question or HOLMES CO.TESSRS.
any better'.the of attending .& the of .troubled with shortness breath and fiutteringof .:
who' hs.ve. knowledge of the lines and enable them to 'judge means cured by use DrJ.TpT nsendrs Sat'Sapa Ulri.- great '
may any who visit the mild HOLMES & CO. have'removed theheartrwhici. has.been dii .
of their claims to the wants of those ; The following was recently received very -
: corners respective } are respectfully climate of Florida for the pUt"poses'oC healthor \ their stock of Merchandize .to.t-he large TowNSEwbJUeflr Sir: For the last i tressing, ,arid. hasfrequentlyJeen"uDa; f
desired to forward with all such ti-
i tle'papers and evidences come locality as it pt asut'e. building formerly] occupied by the Unii'edSto.tes three years'' I have' been1 afflicted'with general' I I,J ',ive :her. ,bed.. (The, rupture 'wasjvery, Ingi,j,{
may which the climate known the Government and, and severe.j, sb e tried almost rtmedy lor;
be in their to produce.' This is the THE INCREASING reputation as Building. They debility: nervous consumption of-the last, every ; J
power more in'the estimation of have their stock the late arrivals and did f such cases with bukliule .benefit., Wheujsie':
desirable in this o".Florida possesses added to by stage, not expect o ever gain my health ;
especially as promptness
the ,of claimants will particular the medical,faculty for the cure of consumption from New York amullassortmentofDry Goods.; at all. Airer'going through a course'of medicine .had taken but three, bo tlaot: .your exccllfBt:.
greatly "
on part of the and other pulmonary diseases, has induced a Groceries. Hardware, Provisions &c, &c., under the care of some of the most difetinguisued :medicine.sbe.wasentirely.relieyed: of the dig tu, "
the in the
t : facilitate execution of their operations, work and the surveyors better enable vast increase of travel to this State, during the which they are prepared sell"at reduced regular physicians and members!the f the heartw and the, rupture has almost, atuely ,

r falland. winter months of those wbo seek the prices. Board Health in New, York and elsewhere : ilisappearedA ;

t I the Government to and to bring,the surveys termination.in question relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,-and in They are now.prepared:to purchase Cottons, and speudingthe: most1 of my earnings in at*f ;.She_has also had, the dropsy,, and >was .Tny.much
a speedy satisfactory
have determined of the at the beaUh and reading swollen We had, rq idea that she ecaJ4) j
The districts assigned the for the.present view of ibis fact, subscribers Hides, and other produce country, tempting regain my ; after I
surveyors that their exer!ions to'mevii: the patronage highest Market rates. and make cash advanceson in som' paper of your Sarsaparilla resolved be'sq benefited- she bad,such complication 1
will be follows .
as :-Commencing as a
Picolata the St.Johns, and which shall be 'bestowed upon them shall be consignments to their friends in Savannah to try'it. After using six bottles found. it' ;of diseases. But it has,PS strange as i%may appear
centre at
I, extending point the, north, on and.,south on,both without'regard to toiler'expenseT5UPFINGTON/ : and Charleston, or New York. done me great good and called to's e' you:at. :. ,,relieved. ; LerofiJieIroray., lemalcart. j

tides of the river surveys as the claims be, desig- : & COX. They have a new article of Wrought Iron your oThcewith'your ad vice I.kept on. end do that. Ihis.staternentis. so ..strange .as to ij rear
may tf would call L earti thank for advice.: almost like fiction.but, it nevertheless. *obtr
which most I :
nated. Mr. Burr will the grants in that Jacksonville e, Oct., 1849 Ploughs-rto they respectfully. y you your persevere i .
'and the' Savannah ( the have been' ,reality your Srr&apariila'i h certainly'aivolSuable.medicine
Jir ,The Charleston Mercury, the attention Planters. < in taking theSarsaparillai
of the west
portion eorg \Villpl Se'copy. the above Jacksonville Nov. 6, 1846 tf I able to attend! to'my: 'usual labors' for the last : ,, and should be ru ccl.by'everyone
of the St. Johns from Picolata to.the mouth
that is .
until forbid..'" ., four months; and I hope bvtheblessinssbf God, 811 ering as we .have been.* .1aay
and north to the north line of the State. Mr. '
Land for Sale and your San p ri11.\'locorifinueiny health;>-fIt disbelieve.this, account. tLey,aiealiberLy: :to
; Norris. in the district. commencing at Picolata, Law,Notice. ,call l house and ha've
the my. c.cularenoistraticn
on the east bank of the St. Johns and extending JAcKsoNVILLEJAugust.2t,1849.HAVING MIo ,FOR SALE, between nine and ten thon helped me beyond expectations of all that *

the b ; ,. sand acres oV Land, .situatediuNassau kneVmycase: 'CHARLES fQUIMBY. ?"'jYotirsrespecti'uUy, 'f'. ,. _
down said stream, between river.arid left the ",State for..California,, I ,. ITQ SER:
)Y1LLIAM 1 Jame
County, partly near Nassau and partlyjriear St. KOrangej-Essex'ColN.: J;, A g' 2, 1847. : (! -8ttiYSPEPSYi
i the ocean, and north to the State line, 'M -. transferred business to Col, '
my .
: ,
1 : 'Slale o./Nei tntyj'u.-Chas. --'if
of the Waterman, JseijEser ; ;
Rivers being a portion -
McKay: in. the districtS,b rderho the west conjunction withr i Mary's ,
(will' in '
Samuel 1
Spencer"( Grant. The above is heavily timbered spine'land -Quim y being duly. ; .sworn according law, onhis -. '
side of the St. Johns south Pholata and )1r. unfinished business
: No fluid hrs
'Mr.Baker, prosecute' oath salth'tittthe or medidine ever been discovered
situated foregoing staementis1true :
the district i Pj ola.taontheeastbankofthe conveniently:_ upon watercourses,
..Randolph commencing at ,
a close., which p nearly resembIes.th, ,
with exception of abouv.five hundred acresofheavyl.hammock accordingto the,best bfbis knowledge and : i gastric juice
St. Johns) and.running claims'in charge will,be attended in -
The Militia my land the belieV.' "' GHAS. QUIMBY I I'.or saliva ilccompcsingfood.and strengthening
south from Picolata. .. ... ,to' by myself/;in'. connection'",'with Col. : upon :St.llary'sRiver.i ; '- the. digestion ,as, this
; ( i I'lie.whole..oi: any portion will be sold Swora and subscribed to before me A t Orange,' I organ : preparation .of ,
i.It -is. requested, that all ,infomatiori iri"thepossession Sherman of Washington -
; claimants..be, directlyrcommunicated Spencer; arid Col Charles E// cheap for cash.: 'AppV. to :. -.n s, ,. .>JT "-, *" the 2d-Ausust.: 184'7.CYRUS BALDWIN, Safsaparillu.! It ppsiiively cures'ever, case,cf
i '
.or power of ;tabieveryj''eff6rtimadevby''n's'j6mtlytoprosecute'theiri( ; WILLIAM, raCKMAN. Justice of the Peace- l dyspepsia! ;,hpiveversevere. chronic. tBAKK
,to respective/surveyec---- toVsVccessfril'result: ; I haveno .. t I, DETABTMEMT,ALBANY May 18451
Jacksonville MArc 17, ,149. .tf j
'tho'be'ttei'to enable, them to define and ; estab authority to collect the money'due on these; TWO CHILDREN SAVED.Very D!.. TowN 'ENJ Sir: I have been.afflicted

ligh the true location boundaries, of the said claims as I have always preferred to have whatever :. ";.. ,, Curator'' ;:Notice.NOTICEIj4s ., ; ,few families Indeed-in fact'we have for .several years :wifhrdispepBiain.itBworstfpiixiattendedJwith !
:: : in the
'grAnts :r money may be appropriated! placed. hereby. given to.all persons hav-. not heard off; -tbafr-usedDKTpwnsend'sSarsaparilla : lSOurne .;,or ftoniach" loss
%: ,Surveyor General\ /Florida hands bf.ajocaltpaymaster"such'! the parlies of appelite. .cxtrerne heartburn and .
-) : I : dema .ds against 'she Estate of iIi'time lostVny children h past a great

] ,.'St. Augustine, Qt.13, 1849. ii,6m..I. ?: 'interested"..,may. .select" ,.after. ,the act of< their re 1. Georger.S. Payne; e.of Hillsborough! county, summer whi1e'.tho that;did not sickened arid aversion' to ,all kirds'offood: find, for. weeks I

: lief. GREGORY;YALE.August.28,1849. :. : ;whft( I.could eat) -hatye been.unableto retainjbut
> deceased,:are-requested to present the same to died; The certificate -we ublish' be1owi&; n-

..:. ;t / Notice/" .- ." \,, JTTHE ._.- -;< ?;?.- :r.-! -.tt. ,'f;! -.; tf: the underslgneY11thCu;:land ill Creditors -: 'clusive'evidence'of its value, arid-is only anoiherinstance.pf : .a siiiall poriiou on, my stomach:. 1 tried th.:

Copartnership; heretoforeexisting: 'bet !. i :;''olAdmhai.lrnto''aNotice.: < Legatees;?tifld:,p18OUS, entitled tOdisI.* its saving (l.b e lives of cblldrenTDE ;.. usual; remedies, bui) they.had but liille or no

t I ', undersigned under the name button are, hereby notified ,that, all, and style of Cooper& Reab, is this day dissolved SIX months after Vouchers date I shall the preSent'my Hon. accounts of naturetheynay--be' ,.wi1l. .e..r :everj dren cured by yoarSar&ipni fch'e'sumiDer i' tom: ntbs since, to try.yourixtracfof

,by mutual consent. CHAS. P. COOPER, arid final Judge settler barred, unle&Sj! they sha1 ...b J presented ,withintwoyjears complaint and: dysentery i onerwaV only '15riibnihiold SaiBrpanlla: andl, must bay. withjittlecoofidence -'
Probate for"Mi ri 1icountyj fora .
,. ,GEO..B..REA. : from the date of the arid the' btWr ; but after using nearly two 1
."' l' ; "'' '" .'s' t. n mentfand Administrator publication ; ,3 years:! ,:'They were bottles
). Jacksonville Ib. ., > 'J; ,k e".' 9',. l&49:. ,. 1t a,''f'1. '10'. ;,",'tt.-' of the apply'for SamuelE.Sv7illey discharge as late of hereof; and all persons Indebted.tq thesestate ver much redu oo.?and we expected they would found my appetite restored and the heartburtf
estate o ,
i ;>s o.i1 Lowades Georgiai deceased'WM. ;' are,requested.to /come/ rward and settle their die;'; ;they t7eregiven.up 'by!two ''respectable .entir1yremoved.'':and Jtwpuldf carnestj re'commend I
county. : : the use of it to those who ..have*been
CONDONffllJST 4RD,;I'ICEELS. ; Adm'r.n accounts Ylith.. pbysi ians. When the dpclbrinformed D3thatwerinustj ; '
.. .
< ---'s-- (
t .. SauceS &c. ; JOHN DARLINGl-,1' .lose tbeirij we":resolved1 to'ry"'your afflicted, as* Is.have beeii. : Tours; &< v

:: '.' 'I ,-x.,.'-MarioxiCo, .1' ., ':, August' ,4j,.1849.6m- ,. ., ..* c.i Curator of-the Personal Estate. &c.- SarS par 1JI'ifw had hHso'rouchbfj'but: bad '.J f . W. Wi 'VANZAM1..*" :

t, Mushroom and.Walnut i T-, --p.AdiuinI" .trntrixVIXoiice. Tampa,;FJ 'Oct. 1,3.1S49' :little :corifiderice. tb ere"being-so'much riJEiidiTcrtised ; ; :.!..B., gPurchas S none. t.sueh.s hayewraperi -;

Erepared Salad;'Dressing.,for Xbste ;'ChickEnfilish 1 v ". ., ,'f tq, .:that ,is worthlef.s:'but we are' Very tbat, ,hide,,the boUJe.;] .completely Tand have
I ;&I ens&c., \ ""' "' S IX'inontbs after datelshalf present my accounts Adminis1rntor'mNotic h i thankfulIhatHre did! for it uVdoubtedly'saved ,tb'wntten sisna'tuie oIS.P.' TOWNSEND.'""

t, '; Mustard,.,in,'pound '.and, ,: lf pou d, i .' aud,vouchers'to the Hori.c'Judge of ; SIX.month"r ''," :aft erUateJ: ,rihaU preserit 3. ',my.HG the liv orb th'. ;Twrne t.bis; that Other'may lPri l' pnl Office,.t2ffFulton-st.iSuiBrilldiDgf

H ?*. ','b. ttlei." ; "'j'. : ..j.d" ; ,.;.;' ;.f, ProbatesbfColumbia county, forft: final 'settlement "and h4A4ministitoroftheEstate be induced to i rise fa':.4; :tV 'Strcj cti'nl1 i NiTj;'jaedding;co/8 St -;:Boston-; Dybtt

Dunn's Chemically Prepared 'Chocolate. :for and ask a discharge from the further adfministration ; of Ramon 'Sancbez, deceased, to thHonorable ", '.4 :i 5 if* wJOHN WILSON. Jr;' "' &;sonSy-.lSa North-Second-st.,Philadslpiia p5

]': fu',111.1. a.1' -. '"-'- :- ;" .*:M'7'1\ of t.bestate"of Samuel M.*Elliotj, Judge Pfobate ofSfcf Johns counJ.tyfor ; : ;MyrtJ enufftBf ok1 n'S '.15,1847.: S.Hance, druggist, Baltimore;( p' lr&.l'J cov

.0 Spanish'and Frencb'Ohves:;;Capers., ,and Sweet. ,deceased., ,lateot'Columbiacounty--- ;' :* ;'a'finiiliettleinent: : ofisid: Est'ate'and; L. .-hi.VN1J.T >JJ.siLriji.-,' Richmond; P.. M..Cohen, 'CJiarleston;'Wnght:
..J '. x" ""' MARTHA F1TCHETT thall atthe time for Letters .. .. q ., .
C'-oiL ;. ; : ; r same ,-apply of Di-. < 'I' L &.co.l51-Ciartresist.New Orleans; 105 South,
: '::Currie Powder, df l'Sii? .an'd'- J Cayenne Pep- Administratrix'of th Estateof. .S.1V. Elliot mission as'such l1stratOItO ;"which all persons 'J mes CuinmirigSj'.sq. one:jof ttle Assistants Pearls-Albany! f R.Vai Buelli.k' 2g2"':cor. or
"' ,. i' V'l interested said-Estate in the Lun tic AysJum'BlackwellsIsland.is the
"' :;per' : July 2lf 1849.- ::6 m, : are desired to. Market; andBcadts.Ncwark,3J.andby
-: '"Anchovy 'Shrimp'Bloater' and'-Cavier Pastel:' 'r lake-ioticev, MAURICE SANCHEZ,'" gentleman spoken of in!tlie following letter: priricipal"Dru? ggistsMerchant:
.Jacksonville. ., .Female: :Institute, . -'iL. ,' .
RICH SAUCES f. variety imported ' : yftyt -** s .,2 :Administrator.-t &* dJt RHEUMATISMSThis States,' esOndiesand'!
? every '
'.Committee Direction have:;adopted '49 'v.n." 'f J. s io KTV A I
> is the'Canadas.-r A.-'M-H
.ugustine.August18thi 6m of than p-'ent
John Bull I only one more four thousand
cush Worcester THE ,
.as Reading, Harvey, . ,.. .
1 V- '
lt he folio regulatipii. /,! ;
wing i"' : r.
'' I l 3atkionvi1ie
: caseaofrhoumatism"thatDr.Townjend's : Xd
I Sarsaparilla :
t; Camp, &c. & : .The,scholastic year is to consist of four, terms 'N Boolts New'iB'o' kst j bas-'-cured -The; severe > :
Preserved English Fruits, and Provisions.i "* i [ !:* ; most; i iaridchronioicase Pebrnar726,1848; > Ij ,
T ,. .. _. ".
V ,
weeks each Z 1"v '
of ', \ :> -
**Jellies Jams Marmalades, and Preserved Jam ; : (Received arid tor'sale'*by Ihe sublcrii ; are-eekly --er teby1tltra9rdinaryvitnes x '- ""
'JUST + : '
{ .. ... .Orthography reading writirig and arithriie I .i ; ;
li ,' '' ''aIca'Oinger.Resl ". .' :f ( I' : ., ,u. : .r.'I. : c.: N oo 'J" ;
f : GbrgonaAnchovies.V.M *:>", r he per, rmi;$4OQ.:: -Tk!' aboye? : with .English' :'TllECRATER' .'f ""''or-c ,,YULCAN's- : PEAK, >f ..",'",UZ L. ;iwELL'sISr-UD;SeptfI4.1847terriblyiforiiine ,- THE- ,:suBscRlBthJoccipicLbyMr: l..' ;leased( :..ilr "".
audGeographypertermOO. 'The )
,-.v ,<. I grammar :. '.Dli;JToirisz.ti Dt T'Sir iI!h ered ; '
Bitters: s v
;-J-BtbUghton t A 1J : rpnse formerly. ..IachoaBay5street -
',' I ,above.with the higher branchesVpf ant English apci 5 1a l. ,.g C ; ,
Syrups of every sort.Llqueresdfthe .' i -; edaationernbraing4gebraOeoetryEisthiynaturalrnena1 -. ,ce I cen s."f," ?7ears with: thtfrKeumatismj .ow i i' ld iR
'. choicest kinds. : .u.t ; HE"RA1D'.OF.-GOPtmZ-2 cents::' considerable, i of thetinlft'l'could not e t81; epororkIlrndtbe'm ; o.n 3&nowprepdJoaccoddeanjwhq4uy '

London :' Chovr .Chow GHeN .mvralPhil6sphy: ,.Botany,- ,_ .FATAL', ; distressing pains Hridtmyliriibs.tTrere : se ,
.I Pickles Piccalili Rhetoric J ? 'j:TlI; ERRQJ1,i j ::ti; ; ; fit, patreriiie bim .p'
t. liris, Onions,'fee:. Chemistry and Evidences Geology of Christianity,Astronomy,: rterth1$6O0", ,Logic 'By'the. .Countess. i ofBlessirigton 25' _cents, i terriblyiswpllehl1:';I have used 's pstbbrn': lhatrri% : ?paiis:wfi be t4tG'; ip_.

.,PAUL DE yERE5&. -CO'S flavonnge.xtracts > .p T' THE.PRAIRIE-GUIDE; four.bottJes of your StHula and thet i Te -sure]their.'comfort; A commodious stable is.at'tached .
he Treasurer .in a'd-'
for ConfectionaryIce Creams, Jellies &a:,'viz: Each.quarter,to be paid. ,tpvt" lr A'Tale' of'th'Mezithii. lVaf.;-25 e nts done me more than one thousand dollars worth 'to the establishmeriti"and:::er ***j1--

'- Lemon' ceNutmeg Peach .Tan. e. i-',.,, r' .-., t n. .':-f" ,:,THE\"VlRGIN\pFJTHE; **%: .of,good -I anr'-Ko much. .better" !'Irideed !am tion will be paid to the horse of those T mTeIlerS
The scholara will be under carefunn&tru: '
VinSlft -Celery Rose; : Orange Peel (-' fema1eealieE,'' ( I ,A Romance of the last Ro(6nWPeru2; j cts;; entirely t relieved are"'at1'libertjrt: 'use ,who m 1..thi. ,jpropef. l stOp with,Mw.capital.
tionofaniexpejrienc : : :
"t: .
-- ..Ginger'. Clove Abriorid Nectarh ,&: ,: Provisionhas,.b iriade ,fdriristrUctibriiri ; ., ':CHARLES, DEW AA.L f j this benefit of the aIct d. -y : '. "-. :.' :AW4RICETO' .'..

V I "The above articles nail'many, others of the 1& i2 renciPainting'ndDrawing ,aiid'M .1 ,. J i S !!, 1849; d "tv #. #. 4 ;1 : iYpursj; respectfully;; 'JAEScvM&mGB; f ksonTine: ; E'-Fft: ? 2,184& :'!tr t.
) .'Jiwai COULD OT.WALKfThat .
I choicest kind are"imported from the principal .9.tfor ...- ...-,- ,. w 'r t. r - r' .
: beriiade'
,. whichadditional'charges'.win '
I *'bouses1nEniand._ For,'sale bwer: than">ny ; .7:1 ORDLll i:, aw Marlschteo! );; :.Curacao. : vDrcTowrisend's ,Sarsaparilla is the TCS ;. .. &tt .sji 1BLic TI"B 4 .. '
firdt .the BtA'orootQ fN '
.. ";" The tzxi'coniiices.pii ', . ,
VAbsynthe Lemon .there
house inthe United States y: "'*' \ : ,, ;Syrup1B.a1sJiis Cit-. rybestremedyto.Jethale.cojnWnts 14ndisutn 1:1 W t zH42.-. J. H. -J
-':, \ atwv ; GEQ.tG'E' RA.PHAEL. q. r,D :t.. ; ?; |. fro" ;b rralits "Fi n'ed:Gm r'Fli:1: Air ::' .:: ItJlousan. 'd 8" an .hIlds1.,ofw&ax4debi1Itated mp OQX8.ot'subacripU'
for admission to be made to ; '
are t r
.tiFf" "-:: 262PearISt'eiUS.HotelNY.; : ., Applications d'L'ob i-b Sef'$ ra 8' OUTeSN. : fmatwr pro !H ,J : ock'ofthe4t1jtIcs 4GntBaflBoaIcywmbeopene4Jnthe
in he CommitteepfDirection.. ;'-" C iTint"J'enr t''Btl 1t.b iY 1ra.t cl: 11ios .Jdb ':'sest j 1l A-l '
Perfumery every yarietyImporvii. ?and P .. ) PJ ar : CityIotSL'An-
fr4I Domestic.. TrfiONDON ;y ,\;..rt,.- 'T."J'Y,'\. ,T :CoaniiTTrs,OF;DAN:.DIRECXIOK' ; 1 "Pas t 'lR'<' e fl'...H'd....-Lt.quorlce'',1".an.-i r'.1 ,:.,'" or.l:5W.e" "J. 6y: "f 1\' f 1'..I jhe,._,..- ietj9f,robist_e ,.. :.gusUne, at-jthe cfficej oI.m'A"; 'onra.rctJ8sqr
Q ''9' -.."-" !, "-'" """D'eo' "1. -.t t, r. "" 14.'D'1ID'J' J th f ,at nineyclpck A, M.oa Tuesday the 25ti da j
A.-: 4& .. ... ., ;
i : t4
-_ : - :. JabJ. i.iWHi'. ,;' 'nnr'' ; DHO'J. "" 'if.\.n'l'i \ tU1 !; .ftJ'J ( IHIJ ,It'T 1'f.. Ptt23'JS.7:4Mife of September. n tvand.will be oi1 nedol

'1 OilTER}AND( COffcHf-'ALB-i .m.gEiU&EaiF"SWA1'" .,. ,.at-.u., '...ll''oA:M.- BEEDb,-'J.r+4$1: ,** ,c i n.t I =ff) .;Dt<1rn'P'WNS'JN:"''' 'r--I-D r'- o.ar:.: .Ia:; I.or. 1;-n ti1tholiitockJt: e2-! J ; l' t.ti
-p'- ta ttotUBm&B
?.IF rf AfREED- I 1'i M"fO' t\d.rr .1Ji'I'h ; ZfaUDccrJpzlona' .,.1eu..lStl1te.O"fJ1ea .I\')' J .otj.h Co =
6rsaleby | ,! ; '. .I.- ;" } ..deduced. 4 n
'.'.. D'c:9. r' : 'it' :SATLY bciag by .Y
; 'J M'J EXECUTED ll > -
t. Op't.l&13\1.1! : rJ4g1 #f-'t : I i\TlUgOFF! C : variety of complaints i such'as.females areliabla i 'August 25 J 1849. t.t

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